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 mammnmr"* ���������������������������������������������  V  j/i. i  r 7'  /,^^  Lili"'^,. /r  /��������� v  -%/.  '"'Li; i n <#  ,  '���������   /r>-l  ��������� ~ J "in, * \ yrr^-'V  ���������* -'V "*!**��������� "ili"*"*'���������  /  Vcl.IV., No. 5.  ABBOTSFORD, B.C., FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 8, 1911  $1.00 PER YEAR  "TiTr'TTrriiTT'  SISi  , $#������ ^j^^^^L^"^^ ''#' ^v^^^^'^r-^.'^s-^ ^^^^(^.q^^ ;  St. ANNE'S POULTRY FARM        WESTERN CANADA POWER Co.  I*  To be successful in any. business  :mators  Scarfs,'. Hoods, Infants'  Gloves and Bootees  The Weaitern Canada Power Com  pany! ,will ������oon be. in Abbotsford  or undertaking 4b one or the grand   wjth their light and power'.  Mr. John Montgomery and Mr.  Vogel, contract tagent and local  superintendent were in town this  week completing arrangements for  the Company.  A   iSfite has been chosen for a sub ,  IcCRADY'S SCHOOL  SHOE FOR GIRLS  Large stock of Dolls, all sizes  and prices  ambitions of the- humain.race. Tho  j&S proportions .o*'isudcess and Tail-  $A tire, especially "the/latter, do not  '* < .\hvays suit,.the-majority,'however  ;hJil doea-.hot-preyent man from  putting all his energy, iime money  ^j/and .experience behind his efforts station in Abbotsford, and the deal  $J to attain even that moderate de- completed this week. It is th-'i in-  *|j gree of success that placet* him in tention to build a temporary build  jg) ' the'eyes of his fellow man as wor- ng7 frame, for- the present about  dU thy, of their smile and approval j8x24;'but a fine ato,ne and brick  and.-.chere is no discounting the structurre will be erected later.  .fact that htat what. the public The cable acrross -he Praber wao  <-h:nk in a general way of the laid this morning, and it\ is expect  progress a man makes in his own- ed the company will be doing busi  private affairs has ** considerable ness in the course of two or three  to do with his'determination to sue   weeks at the,outside. (  ceed at all hazards and against  great odds. ' Public approbation  aaa built up many a man's busi  ness, if not directly, it' has directly.   The fact-that a   man isi mark-1-  :ncr 'ime and progress in such a the Coglan 'sub-station on Thurs-  manner as to be noticed by his day last, died on Saturday at  friends and acquaintances .proves at the Columbian hospital New  a good advertisement,'aB "people Wescmiinster, and<waa buried in the  will talk" and the/ kind of words   Masonic cemetery on Tuesday last  *  #  If  I*  *  I*  k  A   SAD ACCIDENT  REQUIRED IN ABBOTSFORD  A   good S+eam Laundry  A   good  Dentist,  A, .good  Watchmaker.  Since the above was sett in type-  Mr. Geo C. Clark of the Abbotsford  Boot and Shoe Emporium  informs  us '.hat a   wat'ehmnkpr will     very  shortly   locate iin  Abbotcford , and .  arrangemnts have been made wi*h ,  Mr. Clark for a   .small ���������"pici in his  store, until larger quarters can be  arranged  for. Mr.  William  Camp-'  bell is the name of the new watchmaker, he having recently sold out  h'1* business'in *-he.u-Dper cc*nn*r-.  Chase up all the old* watchos and  clocks that have accumulated     a-  round the house^aince "your . residence in Abbotsford and have them  in readiness  when   he   starts.     In  ]1,icJ:rieL't'    To   koop   Mr.   Cimnl^j'  and make him like      Abbotsford,  he must be kept busv at h\s choi^n  Victor E. Hetherington, who met   occupation.   Make  him  believe   in  with   such   a  serious   accident   at   Abbotsford the moment he -arrive  and the list of-"Boosters" will have  a   new  member.  *  *  A FOOTBALL JAUNT  ^ On Saturday week last "the junior football tea o1murh������v."d   f������n<n  m  spoken from mauth to'mouthf and   He  remained'conscious   from, .the ,  passed from ear to^ar,^hen-.: a. timejof.receiving.the^OOO.Voltsto 3 f;������������T*S^W^4V^H^  man is -doing w'ellN-brings him the   the time of' his death. > ,     ~ *���������*J*Bgu< *>       ' " ,     '  ������>      ,   ���������>        *������ team made the trip in a   specially  The deceased was a   young man -;1,f,T./.f>,.or7 lnijnch->nd *he .resV^n".  34 years of age and leaves a   wife- the'; >Beayer.;\r The   Beaver -;; got  and  little   daughter,.about      nine i^^p first,I the launch.having!; only  years of age, to mourn the loss of about Beven  breakdowns   on   rti������  ABBOTSFORD and HUNTINGDON, B. C.  trade that builds;up his, business  Abbotsford and 'district is fortunate in having.men who by,their  single and united efforts are' ambitious 'tt,o build up a prosperous community in this "neck of the  woodi"." Amone: xhe many' who  by their i&ingle achievements     are  husband-and father.  The family came to  reside      in  Abbotsford this last spring,     ar-   that the lgr0lHldlS lay  four  ^iles  riving  in Scotland;  but   the   ber-   nnf and   no conveyance  in flight  voyage.   On arriving at the  hn''  iiv 'blp +eam was dismayed to find  help'ng themselves las w.e|ll as the   eved will have the  sympathy  of  After about a   mile  a   store  was  ^ift*)   ���������*���������'#* :M>  iffa tffo tffi ifys a^5 ifc d^6 ^6 <;  within the reach of everyone in Abbotsford and district. Beautiful Scenery  and Artistic Work  From $L50 to $5.00  town and district are Messrs E. & all in this their timet of sorrow.  G. Giroday, proprietors and- owners of the St. Anne's, Poultry Farm  situated about .a mile south-east  of Abbotsford These gentlemen  purchased  a   part   of  the   Fraser  A   NEW PARSONAGE  A meeting of the, members of St  M?.tthew.s .church was '.held this  week   on   Wednesday  evening   to  i state last spring and started in   further the arrangments for     the  Have you seen, bought or  used our RUBBERS,  ONLY 50c.   A PA  Turkeys and Geese for Xmas  Now is the time to leave you order for Xmas  Turkeys and Geese at our store so you won't  be disappointed. We have a limited number  It's up to you.  V.  hp -poultry raising, making a spec  ialty of the S.' C. White Leghorn.  Already their success is attracting  wide spread fattention and visitors  to Abbotsford 'are told of the successful men on the hill near .the  town  A   number   of  hens  were   pur-  ANNUAL CHRISTMAS TREE  The  annual Christmas  tree   will  be . given  in   the Presbyterian  church on Friday, December 22nd.   0   The engagement of Miss Helen  M. T. Taylor and Mr. Chas. B. Hill  Tout is announced.    "Hiss  Taylor  reached and its whole available  stock >biscuits "was bought nn.  Much refreshed the players tramp  ed the remaining three miletf and  appeared on the field at three  o'clock. At first the field appeared to be a vast lake but on examination a little land was found  between the poolo. On eleven of  these hillocks the players took  their places and the game be-  pan. Owing to the lateness of the  hour only thirty minutes could, be  played each way and twenty of  these had passed before Catchpole  ger just now and aboufc two min-  ision goal (had one <moment| of dan-  rann right in and scored. Th Mis-  utes later Catchpole Bcored again  Irom a splendid centre-from Cox  tlie outside left. Half time came  soon after an^ in 'h3 fo'lowing half  Mt ���������'Lehman plfijyad <- |a rushixig  game,     Time and again they  brought the ball down but alwayb  it would atop dead irt a puddle  and sheets of water would fly a-  J  new rectory.   The tenders will be  called for and the work of building  begun right away.   It is "intended  that ������he new "home ' for  Rev. Mr.  Yates be completed and he comfort  ably settled therein before Easter  The plans Bhow a   handsome build  ing and in keeping withj the pro-  ���������iiased and also some eggs and '.he.   gressive future of Abbotsford.  incubators starred work'ag     last \ ���������.' ff 1���������  Apr^l, and during the laeasom some  2600 chickens were hatched; They  ..ive now about 1150 in their chick  en yards; isome- of the. finest and  most handsome of thier. kind. '^. ������  On the occasion of a  recent "vis  it to the farm by a   representative  of this paper it was found tlie  proprietors had four building a-  bout 75 feet long ant^ 12 feet wide.  ri^e-se were, idlividied into apartments 6x12, each containing from  fifteen to twenty birds each. For  each pen is a run 20 feet long and  enclosed  by   wire   netting,.  It is the intention to build four ly self supporting and payingb* a  more houses 75x12 at an- early/date, ais at the end of. the first year is'  and refused X$ budge.   The party  and tlie contract has been let Tor the ambition of the owners.      .'At  a   brooder 110 feet long which will the <time of the  visit  about tv.ro  contain an incubator house  50x21 weeks ago the young pulleta were  Many of the birds to start with ^lajyjng.   Careful  attention   As be-i  last spring were purchased fropi ing-made .along this line  and re-'  Mr. J. J. Wilson of Lulu Island and cords made of each, so as to pro-  also a   large nujmbefr of eggs  for auce an extra fin\*traia of laying.'  hatching ,��������� but an endeavor is be^ng hens.  made to have a   definite latraitf. all Every .citizen of Abtotsfo'rd and  their own. district are united in their praise of  The colony coops were usedl last Qf the manner in which the Giro-  sprmg.                                        / 1(jav  Broa, are   advertising      Ab-  That the farm will fee on a,,  strict botsford.  is the only daughter of Rev. G. W., round. The game ended two to1' nil  Taylor, curate of Dominion Rio- in favor of Mission. Referee Leh-  logfical Station,, Departjire Bay, man was very fair and satisfied  Nanaimo. The wedding will fake alL The team then made another  place  early  in  the  spring, long tramp towards the river and  found alter an hour's trying chic  the launch was an strike att he  thought of carrying thirteen home  then aecided to return by the Can  aaian iSortnern treack to the dyke  As the track was "covered with  soft mud most of 'the way Mie go-  ,r.g was enchanting, and much joy  was felt when the dyke was reach  ,ed. So, .weary, after ''ja-bout fif-.  teenm iles "walking and a hard  game the party arrived home at  -en o'clock to the tune of "We're  .here   because   we're' here".'  Mission deserves great credit for  this win as they took, only six of  their regular  players- down.���������Con  itributetL *    \ ���������  ;  (*!.i  i  Tl i-  5-/  m  I  ?&������  ��������� i.VII fWfl  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,       ABBOTSFORD. B. C.  It1  ! .  I''1    .' f  Hi  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  Published    every    KriUay    li.v    tin-    i'ost  ' '  publisliliifct i'oni|<":'  VAJOOOOOOuuUUo^o.  A weekly Jo'u'r.  ADllOtHl'O  tr4f.l  e^ts ol' AI  o'u'riiiil d&voteil to tli������ in terra  nnd sin. s"udnitJ dls-  ITa  5 f~\ vr".' virt  ItoiWM  ���������n an-  Advertls'lin,'.' Kate* 'made toiosv.  yliCllllOl'l.V  i^EQAL''ADVERTISING--! a cents per  for-tlrt.it irimsutlOTi, and H con IB  By Actci Seymour  ���������. ���������. -.- .'COO^OOOOOOCOOOOb  8  "��������������������������� '8'  8  1* ' 1  Hanford s balsam or Myrr  o  ������  line for-ilryt i'nmsutlOTi, and S conib a una 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000  ^..aUBu^aic^oon^ive!^'^.       ,.,e   Hdm,Uea    inill   no   wouia   not    hero u>-Iho Junction.    Told mo i.:6y ������  ������"^!������������ uavollkodlUbuL tho ad.nlHBlo.i rather    ^    ^^    (;q   ]omI    thomHoIvo,  leads wounds  sores  tho   Ooverniuieiit  WW  MWH'I'J.'!.������'l'.'.'J  added   to   his  general' discontent.     Lt  was only when lie, bade her good-by,  FRIDAY,    DECEMBER 8, 1911    thaL (jay, took his leave of her in Iho  **z~" sanctity of the woodbine bower which  their affection had' consecrated, that  Lhe old faith and undcrscuuliug seemed to spring into line again between  t'licm. ' Kor she wont bitterly once  more -the clinging, dependent, little  sprite whoso impracticability and  elfish whims had bewitched his Puritan senses. And he was again the  protecting genius, loving her tlie more  passionately  tho more dependent sh  became. , ..-._,  For most of his' journey North,  memory of that awcet abandon of her  will and hor loyalty to him If'-'1 him  brave and shut those outer doubts out  of his  mind.    Even her lack  of  pcr-  In today's issue the fourth of a '  series of lessons on singing 'by  Chaa P. "\Vard, [Director of vThe-Columbia Conservatory of Music, Van.  eouver, B.C., ia presented. These  lessons-will 'be found of great value  not only to the youngy,' but,to the.  advanced- singer, and are worthy  of careful perusal. The first lesson  appeared in this paper about a  month ago The scries will be. continued for isome time.  ^ 'feet   sympathy    with    his    ambitions  "^ seemed a  precious  part ol'  Hor   win-  LeSSOflS   00'SiOging'    "isanu, nature.    And by  dint, of glori  BY CHAS. F. WARD  ESSE  ���������OH  JX~~.  *#  LESSON   FOUR  ficatlon of her weakness he stamped  Lhe life out of that little serpent of  doubt that had hissed a hint that she  might be selfish in asking him to  Btay.��������� might, later be beguiled Into  solacing herself  for his absence.  II  - At   Norray   Junction,   next  day,   he  I  been sentenced to load themselves  down with .a tree-college dude. , They  follered their part, of orders. _ And,  to fell the truth young feller, I reckon  they was glad of the excuse to give-  you tho slip, If you've slipped up  on your part of orders, you can't  li'l a mo t'other fellers."  "But they could nave waited,"  George muttered.' "It was only twenty  four hours."  ''You couldn't expect them to roost  twenty-four hours on that wnforin''  tank or this station platform. And  l.hoy ain't the kind of chaps to go  back I'or fresh starts." lie looked  George; up and down. "Better give it  up, hadn't you? It's a big country,  north, to find men in when 'they're  try iu * lo keep away from you."  ��������� "Is that the kind of feelings the employees of the Great Trust have for  each other?"  "Well," drawled Kyle, "Civ and  hunch ain't exactly the kind that will  grab up a city tenderfoot and hug him  hard ��������� not reel hard!"  "I'll go into this ,'::ar, if you'll let  mc pass/" said George curtly.  ' '"Better ride-with the drummers, or  the dames, back there!" Kyle was not  'rude; he was patronizing. "Lately, the  Great Trust Co, is liiriu" g'nll;is,--most-  ly ��������� i mea.li for the gashin'-l'tddling  job,   ancl    i'm    takin'   in   forty ��������� ring-  Bwtwua  P.O. Box 45  Ai botsford, B. C.  LIVERY AND FEED STABLE :  Having purchased tlie in tore st of Mr. D.  McKeuzie I am prepared to give the  best of satisfaction as to prices and  comfortable rigs. Stables open day  night to do business.  I solicit your patronge.  The more closely we"study   human knowledge' afcd thought.. thc  m.irt closely do we perceive that stopi)efi down out of his Pullman and  the word "imagination" has more out of his dreams. He stopper! think-  comp'ass  and -'depjth ,of     .meaning mg exclusively  about r,;ary   Larociie,  than any other word which, we ap- and  began to .think pretty diligoiUiy    tailed ones this fr.p  ply to our faculties.   It includes^! ab0ut the Great Trust'Company. "Gushing    t.ddlmg!      repeated    the  we possess 'of constructive  power      He  had  a vague  idea  that, certain    lorestor. ' .     >     ���������  Ithe power "of- holding masses, of woods' gentlemen,  named  Smart  and     ."Why,     cross-cut    ^c-'     ���������^  P       ',m:y   an*.Lanuously Niles,  would  be   waiting eagerly   and    Say   you  are **^\���������^  in the field of vision a^ to enable humbly at the car steps. Norray June-       After   .hat,  aud   w.ih   that   humoi  us to .discover their-unit* and the tion had a station building  a tank on  Lvswnich .govern them; Mother stilts,' and'  coal   sheds.     Acres-     ;e  words, science-the power of see- -platform  was  a  tram   p.a.u.      ca J  ��������� -.��������� ��������� '     .        .   '     ���������   .j. frrr    nnfountrv.       He-  saw    Ilia    iru^-t  In,, the. permanent m.traoKtory. JV^^^, ������, ���������,���������.  the'''.uinjivereial' in' particular ; in  pith/ex iWo:r.d{a ' mhlUasophy,.���������;;���������the.  pbwe\r' p'f perceiving ahdr ralizing  th^ iao'iiiil b'f 'things-visible,: .and ou*t  of Ithei. real''constructing of ideal;  in other words,"'art��������� the power;, of  discerning the ispi'ritual-'behind^ the  .material, the\ creator behind''' the-  creature, In other words, .religion;  The pharanx,.ior pharyngeal cavity,'is ihe basis of resonance, there  fore' the''igreatosfc' 'importance,   in  toiiie ',-prd|duj<ctiorL.' The   'reinforcement of'isouxid is resonance gained  by using cavities.   Just above the  gams of the top teeth willbe found  ���������    ���������_..< ,y;    . ihis cavity   -s  one'of  the chief focal-points ofi. the , voice.  Tonesrshduld be aimed forward into this ��������� cavity, ��������� vibrating - back into the   pharyn,  thus  gaining      in  power and resonance.   Very many  people think that an  open mouth  is the only necessary thing to sing  an open mouth is notv necessary 'to  opening' the :'throat:   The   mouth  be opened ko wide as to narrow the  phV.ryh:V'-h-..r..'by closing thc throat  to :a v certain' extent. "Always  inhale thro'ugh'the nose; as  the inu-  ��������� cdus Wembrane of;the pharynx-is  exceedingly sensitive:   This is <the  way to keep your throat in good  health. "  Caution'should be  taicen  in   re-  line train, and slammed into the  baggage car across thc platform! it  had been checked through. Therefore, his course' was made plain to  him. But no inquiring Niles or Smart  stood  beckoning  within  range  of  his  vision.-  The smoking car, he could see, was  filled wtih men wearing blanket cop Is  and plaid jackets, uniforms of woodsmen. In the door of the car a burly  man had braced himself, occasionally  thrusting back with fiot or mocca?in-  ed'"foot men who lurched up thc aisie  and tried to squirm out past him.  The hrakeman, waiting for U>p. conductor's" word, stood by th? stops look-  ;  g on with a grin.  "Another" ������.raiei'ul far the Crent  '���������'rust," said thc bnikenir- as Gc-r.rge  v-ached "him.     "Shipped   pickled   as  usual."  SiK'.den hc'pc sprang in George.  '"Thst big man ��������� is his nai.-o Xiics  or tiniart?"  ������������������Noie���������Kyle. 'Big T-iH.' th?y rail  him. Great-driver .for the. G. T. iiur-  -..:;osl:es in  the new crcv.s."  The forester mr.uuted the csr Kt?ns.  IT.cre at-least was a .Great Trust Co.  :an. Kyle's gvc.i.t arms and sturdy  :?gs b:i.rred the door with effective  ���������,triangles. His li-mc reached to the  ]Intel, and a gr.zi:locl inustache, that  ran down his checks and thrust out  3 ike  liorns from his jaws,  seemed   to  gard' to eating heartily just" before   -^..v  in  lho U];,r;er i;art of  thc door.  ainging.for any length of. time, as  whatever affects the stomach also  affects the throat, the sympathy  between the two being great., ��������� A  full stomach also stands directly in  the way of good' mahaigeme-nt of  the breath, being an elfectual obstacle to diaphramatic action.  ���������Having conquered ideep .breath-  He did not make way for George.  "There's a sinok.ng plar-o for drum-  u',ors 'in the coinbinatiori car, back,"  lie advised thc young man. "Yen  (-Oii't want to get in here. They'll  he   fighting  berore   they've  gone   ten  ���������miles." .  The giant was bluffly good-natured.  "I'm   a  Great  Trust Co.   man,   my-  ,    ,   .,    , ���������.,   ���������:/��������� v\f "George hastened to inform him.  inng, .feel that you can  spread ic   tv it,   iifcoiei.  ������������������iT;re,stry   clei)artmtmt.     I'm   'ooking  to.r-JMr. Niles or Mv  Smart."  -non't hurt' your eyesight ��������� you'll  strain; it if you try to look to where  they've gone."  .He stopped to kick another persistent inebriate'back-into the smoky  interior of the car.  ''But they were to meet me here���������  .    insisted George.  "Civ Niles and Lynch Smart don't  wait, not when  they, get started  for  right around your body at the low  ���������jer ribs."..     '  .       ���������    '  To control.your breath, imagine  you ' are wearing a pliable ;belt,  wnile  you. inhale  endeavor to  stretch the beL all around. 'When  you exhale, still keep the belt  stretched   or   filled   by   a    steady  but-'not "too.,'stationary   pressure   they xVere to Wait for me nere,  ���������/Out,   ,.     By   controlling   trte   diaphragm the'spending of the  Ssreath  is controlled.   . _' ���������;   j .,  VVe must control the  dia.phragm   ^    Woods,"    stated    the    big    man  ���������by controlling the muscles  of   the ������-\vbere ��������� were you yesterday?" 4W^.. -  waist.--' ... ������j was _ Avas detained," _s,tammer-_ Harriss, of Gorran-cache.  Through all we must keep an^af.c-   ed the young man. jie glanced sideways at George to  tive chest. ��������� V' ' .....-,  CContinued  on Pajgrea FourO  onsiy !-c.-t)wini g.-.n beaming on him,  George wo'Jd have gone .into a den  of tigers rather than back "nto .tho  protec.ed ;>cfco of the rear coaches,  Somehow, he Tclt that his future reputation up that way rested on a  iiitle display of independence at that'-  moment.  ' The conductor had signaled a start,  and Big Bill stepped' back into the  car, George at his heels. .  The boss strode thc length of the  "Set d'own, you arrub-bahoolies!"  he bawled. No one raised hand  against him. The men only rubbed  their smarting cheeks and simpered  after him. Some held bottles toward  him plachtingly.'" But' he' l-'efused  roughly. ''Drink your own boolah  juice. Get it all into you,' and get  over it and ready for work!"  He met the conductor in the centre  of the car, ancl passed to him a little  package of milcsge books.  "Tear out for Bill Ky)c and forty!"  He looked over his shoulder, and -"--w  George. "Make it forty-one. You  might as" well ride on a company ticket," he broke in, when the forester  demurred. "The Great Trust Co. pays  for its men, and its' got more money  than you or I have."  That business transacted, he tossed  a man across tlie alsie in order to  established himself alone in a scat,  filled liis pipe, and proceeded to sc'ace  himself with tobacco. George found  a place beside a man whom he noticed  now for tho first time, deciding that  he was the 'only individual in sight  beside whom, that riac would be endurable.  "Set in, mister," invited this'person  cordially. "I've "been afraid one of  them ring-tailers would tumble in  here ��������� and if there's anything worse  than the sound of wind in a knothole  it's a drunken man taikin' to you."  Ho was an elderly man. an.I his  ���������fuzzy tsilk hat and suti-fa'-ed, worsted  isuit made him a unique figure in that  mob of  woodsmen.  ''If - gents   can. ge'   cogother   in   a  , bunch   like   this,"   he   rmiMrkcd.   as  George crowded in beside him, "gents  better do it.    Have, a segar?"  .   But,   before,   he   could    produce   a  'questionable weed, George had courteously rescued himseif by explaining  ' his preference for hii> brier pipe,  "I  smoke  a  pipe  myself;   mostly,"  agreed' the  elderly   man,  "but   when  ~ I'm wearing my plug hat and, as you  might'say, "attendin* to official duty,  a  segar  seems  to  be  more   genteel.  I'm on official duty, now:    I'll make  myself known to you.    I'm Governor  Bad for you.   I saw them just be-   notQ ^ovf ttie young man took the an-  Xore they took the train tp come out   nouncement^ His seatmate seemed to  H. McKENZIE, prop.  D  t v  ���������>  P 0  Box 58 Phone Central  Telegram-Sumner, Abbotsford, B. C.  i  T  T  ������������������!���������  t  i.  T  i  I  I-  t  Town Lots, Farm Lands  Business Propositions and  Realty in every shape and  form For Sale.  7  f  % ^M^HK^K^^H^K^H^^H v  LOANS  INSURANCE  Abbotsford Homesites  If you are looking for a home  or snappy investments;  ��������� in town lots, acre-.  age or farm  'The Pioneer Real Estate Broker*f.Abbotefofd  /it  ' it  uv  I  !jt(r  1  ,1 t  fC  THE ABBOTSFORD tOST,  AHBOTS/J'ORD, ft. ������  ABBOTSFORD1;  oe Emporium  __ _ rAND   - .- -  .  GENTS' FURNISHINGS :'  Patronize the new store when yon wish to buy  ���������anything in the line or ..Boots and Shoes or Gents7  Furnishings. ���������        .  A complete line of Graiiby Rubbers, Rubber Boots and  Overshoes carried.  , All our goods stand inspection se do tlie prices.  GEO.   C.  CLARK>bbolsford,B.C.  he nuzzled rather than impressed:  Governor,' 1 will say is an honor-   fjS  ���������    U       /"> o  ng   Hie   M  c same   ;'a  .>    ill-,   jl     fjjj  ary   title,   thai,   the   Ijo.vh ��������� along  river have given thc, and at l.h  tiino if ain't so cussed honorary m-, ;,,   ,������  lot of titles bo.    What I mean  to say   M  Ui, some honorary tulles, mean that a-||  man ain't got any power.    Hut, I have.   'V  I'm    plantation    assessor,,    constable,  road commissioner, and justice of'tho.  peace, and quorum.   Could have o(l:ei  G  o  CLAYBURN  ���������r���������*rrt-  .,.���������~jz  nssftc  vex.  up'our way, and 1 ain't bowi' called  out of m.v name a mite when I'm referred to as "Governor' Harriss."  There was a. challenge to this  stranger in his tone. It was plain that  olhcr strangers had deprecated or  ridieulalod.  "It's pleasant to al and 'well enough  among your neighbors to bo called  governor," agreed George, so frankly  that ho disarmed Air. Jiarnss's hair-  trigger suspicion. ''And I'm gintl to  know you, for I'm headed for Corran-  aaBttxamnmcsCT'tTOM^^  tm&������:vM-A<zKr!w,wtth'ivm?ax)iwiT'i*v^trcmvxm  J   McjELROY & Co.  LIQUORS,   WINES   ANDl CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  jrmvn now  t^JU������������^Ti������i?frjniBSuaagiavK:,v3waa^xt������fa.v^m1.nja:/k.vjja  Cor. Essendene Ave. and Oscar St.,  CITY  ���������{2>������S  The 'opportunity for tlie,man of moderate means  omc&"bu^ fco enjoy the luxury of Lhe world's best music in his  hoyy have put nil titles into one ami k home was never better.    We are making a special  1' f:^rZ,Z K!w������ I Coffer of   Columbia GiUphophw-es-'io   erable  |. everybody to possess on of these latest models. ' We  have the new Hornless machine as well as,the other  styles,; anil carry a full line of records. .Let us demonstrate these machines and tell you of our special  offer. .       "  Other Christmas gifts we have in abundance are  Toys, Dolls and Childrens' Furniture.  I. Oar stock of Ladies'and Men's Fancy Sweater  I Coats is most complete.  cache, myself. And, by the way, that's J -       Woolen^ knitted goods for children in   vevy at-,  a queer name for a town! i nniy.-ffj tractive designs, at' moderate prices:      '    "   ������������������  I A visit to our show room will convince you that  I our stock of Xmas Novelties is most complete, con-  I sisting of China Cuds and Saucers, Brass, and China  ||, Clocks, odd jugs and plates, etc,  | - - For men we have a splendid line of ������bed-rcom  I slippers, arm bands, braces and neckties, also shav-  I ing "outfits, etc.    . ^\-  it In Ladies' Novelties of Dutch colors, Jabots and  ������ colored ties, we have a splendid showing.  It is a pleasure to show good goods at the store  where '  V  i '  1   wat  heard   it   two  days  ago,   when  hired by-the Great Trust Go."  Governor Harriss removed his  cigar, and slowly faced around in his  seat.  "Do you mean to tell lrfc that you  come from any place so far away that  you never heard of Cornel  us Corran,  ������e������5S  ���������+"*B~~r���������-.  mREaESEESSSgE&iimSB^  r  ABBOTSFORD; B. C  KMntmnciiiuuHW  Strictly first-class in every respect.    The bar is|{  stocked with the best of wines, liquor aid cigars,  RATES,  $1.50  ToV$2.0O   PER   DAY  PECKHAM & HUTTON  amain l  EST  PROPRIETORS  t������s  BUTCHER  Pork, Mutton, ?teef, Veal, Pork Sausages,  Weinies  and Balogna always on hand.     Fish every Thursday  ro  II  . Eye-ght Speealist    ���������>  Manufacturing Optician  Does th-s  Finest  Optical   Work.  Jftedical men. and  others  pay  tribute to his'skill.  793 GranvUls St. .Vancou.cr  CANADA'S  Greatest Nurseries  Want   a   representative      for  MISSION CITY,   B. C.  ;      and surrounding district  The reliability, healthy condition  (Associate   Members Can.   Soc. C. E.)  insrmeers  R. A. HENDERSON  B. C. LAND   SURVEYOR  Office, next P. O. P. O. Box 1 I  INVESTMENT THAT PAYS  No home in Western Canada can  better invest a dollar than' send  h' for .a year's subscription to The  Family Herald and Weekly Star.  That paper has been a blessing  in thousands of Western Homes. Its  the duke of thc. Great Toban country,  and the founder of thc village/of. Cor-  ' ran-cache?"  "I'll' not   lie   about   my   ignorance,  sir; I never did." '  Harriss    replaced .his    cigar,;. and  faced tlie front. "I ain't goin' to make   Vi.  comments, for I never believe in bein.'   \&  disagreeable when  words don't do, a   ������3  subject any justice     Cut if you never   &  heard  that such a man as Cornelius   m  Corran ever lived, if' may be that you   [|  never heard  the news  that Cornelius  Corran' has Just died."  "It is news to me."  "Then, it probably didn't'occur  to  you   to   he   surprised   to   see   me' ou  official business wearing my plug hat  ���������didn't oocur to you that I might not  ���������   be   anything   but   an   ordinary ��������� salve  peddler travcling.upcountry, hey?"  -     "I'll be honest.. I. diclnf-/mink 'any-  thingabout it, or what you might be."  .Governor-Harriss puffed at his ci-  ' gar,   squinting  his   eyes   at   vacancy.  "That  shows  how   little  a   man   can  judge by his,own inside feelin's what  kind of an,impression hc's.makin.' eg '  the world in general. But fm.'-'prrftty  blunt, ,yo.ung ipim,ff I'm  gPjn'.to guy/  to you  that. I b&Ilovo you ain't boon .  mlxin' In very thick with the general  public lately, not to know any  more  about the world's news than you do.  You've either,just come out of some  college, or else you've :>een Bettin' ln  some back yard courciu' a girl!"  - George was glad that his  aisle, cuffing to right  ''A college  feller  thinl  too much to pay any- attention to Family. Herald and Weekly Star at so small a price.  what the worlds doin'; and the feller ���������  in iovb don't think about anything. Send your order at once to  And here Duke.Cornelius, of thc Great  Toban, lays dead "in his house at'Cor-  ran-cache, leaving for heiress a  daughter that is the handsomest girl  in all tho north country, leaviu' half  a million acres of timberland and all  the men from St. Francis to St.  Agathe to mourn him; leavin' five  thousand dollars in hands of a committee, to be spent in one day in  celebratin' his funeral, and the  crowds now comin' from every village  and- loggin' camp two brass bands  ordered, "and me down to the city to  get 'cm!  "That's my official business, young  'man -- to get them bands and an  orator and a thousand-dollar coffin  that's ahead of us, now ��������� the coffin,  I mean ��������� out. in the baggage car!  All that happcuin' and you setlin'  here beside Governor Harriss, com in'  fit  !���������  The Siggsst Value Ever Offered Residents of the Fraser Valley  By special arrangements we are in a position to make the following offer:  Family He-raid md Weekly-Star of Montreal-'-'  iautifiil premium picture entitled "Heme Again"'  Size 22x29 all ready for framing, and  ABBOTSFORD POST ail three for $1.50   .  The beautiful picture "flome Again" is the best pic-  .t his seatmate j-,ure ever offered newspaper readers. -It is simply mar-  nks he knows vellous how   such a   picture can be- included with The  ne  lie  Eai.  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  ABBOTSFORD. B. C.  ,'���������";*.   . ^   l.    ...it.'  '   ...... c ...   ...  '..].���������   ..   i,-'-ii  ;o c'r  v, :'c-;:i  he's loo f.tr yo;;e  \.u i O'j-  cjr.!.:re d.-j-rnily."  BijV Bill caire up tli.rongh tlie car,  luicclcint.'; n.-cn to rit'r!u aud left, bat-  roiring down' the innocent ���������jinl the  guilty, until he burst through the  press aud clutched the two who were  battling. He tore thorn nuart, cracked  their heads together, left one, and  dragjvod the other to the opposite  end  of the car.  "It's ;.;oin' lo keep Bill ITylc pretty  busy if he cal'lafcs en str.pp.'iin every  1'is.vht that's due in this sec-lion for tin:  next three days," ob.-terved Governor  Harriss   critically.   "Kuncral   coumiit-  of our stock as well as tnuiness to  name must bo apprcc'at(?d by the  Public or  they would not     have'  agricultural  columns  arc   us  ,as a   course  in a   college. IL:s  world's news page covers c\ cry-  helped us to increase our business thing in the news'line ancl its inaga  yearly since 1837, the date of our zine 'section provides- ample read-  establishment. ���������''������:���������. : . "������������������������������������ing for the whole family. l>.iiy per  wur firm's name lends prestige son seeing the beautiful picture  to,,our ruprescutatives. :'"���������'���������;v'.''''���������'' "Home Ag'ain,'.'''j.n,'a'; :'&h'bp ''wiridbw  Complete line of Nursery SStpck   Would readily;giye twojdoilarSj for  it yet it can be lia'd absolutely free-  by sendd;rig .a dollar for ' year's  Bubscription1 to;, the ������������������'��������� paper.' Buch a  paper for ia yt\ar, with isacb. a  beautiful picture all for the price  of a bushel of Wheat is ��������� certainly  a> good investment.  aoocl    biick   f1'01"   h'S  olTicial   hiislnoss,   and   l(J(J rcc|{omi 0��������� !:,,t.1���������ii,i- at ]ea;U three rl 1  lor SSpring 1911  Write   for   full  particulars.  '��������� STONE'&WELUNGT0N  The Fonthi!i"N������rseries.  TORONTO.  Ontario  not. knowin' hini from a corn doctor,  or understandin' his business! My  stars! Tlmt shows that this world  needs something.-more than wireless  telographin' to get news circulated!"  He sat for some time and dragged  at his cigar, and gazed out of the  window. ;  George was glad that the tumult ln  the car, recently stilled by .Kyle's passage, broke out now afresh. A Tight  started up.just behind them, and men  rushed that way. An apology for his  .'ignorance could not have been heard,  ancl he could not think of a suitable  one. ��������� Crovernor Harriss took off his  IJlut' hat, and guarded it on his knees.;  thousand ou I hiker -  it's   ben   siuuf'g'cd  and, seein' that  over from tho  St at <������������������������������������<, you get morn run in the dollar.  The other two thousand will he spent  ou the barbecue. All outdoor cookie'  for this feed! They got. the fires to  goin'  before 1  came away."  lie mentioned these details with,,a  satisfied reiish that jinrrod ou George,  considering the reason for the amazing demonstration.'  "This strikes mo as being a queer  ���������funeral you're, talk-tig about, if you'll  pan'en me for saying s������- tl sounds  like a celebration of soii'o .-ort"  '���������It   is   a   ceichraticn,"   stated   Uv.  Harriss calmly. "Celebration is called for by the will. That was Cornelius Corran's Idea ��������� to have hia  friends enjoy themselves."  I-fe produced another cigar.  "Even these segars come out of the  appropriation. Boxes open everywhere in tho village; help yourself.  That's why I offered you one," he  added naively. "'Eat, drink, smoke,  and whoop it up,' was the motto of  Cornelius Corran, and he says, 'I  want the boys all to remember me as  that kind of a feller. I want 'em to  look back aud say that the last thing  old Cornelius ever done was to give  'em the time of their livc3.' And he's  doin' it."  he old man eyed his silent companion slyly from the corner of his  eye. "Ton don't think t'-.at's the right  kind of a fincra) to have, do ye, city  feller?'' he demanded.  "No, I don't!" blurted George. "It  seems rather heathenish to me. Your  Corran  must haie been a "  "You'd better not pass comments  on Cornelius, not at this time, in this  section," broke in Oovern.or Harrisa  briskly, hub calmly "You're, a stranger and yoVmg, and I'm advising' you  for your /'own good. Nobody ever  ain't been/ hi  tho habit of criticising  the duke/ oi die Toban  CISC"-'   ITi'V   hp   grit   "lo'fl   if  Nobody criti-  (Continued  Next   Issue.)  ���������y FOtJft  $Ml? AtBOtsPokb post,    Afc������0;r3f*ofoi>, k &.  ���������LU.H.  saesMesssa  .,niim'iinniiMiiii iii" '.���������mlin������i-JiiiM'im>iKiuK>mimm  SOCIAL AND PERSONAL  -.0-  Ihia  Mr. J.   Blair  was  in  town  week  from  Vancouver.  Mrs. Bukor 'from Aldergrove arid  Miiss Strange -from i 'BeUingham'  spent last week end'in-Abbotsford  with Mrs. Edson and Miss Heath.  ��������� J,.. _-  Miss Blanche and Anna 'McCaiium  spent a few days with friends in  Vancouver '.his'week.  Mrs. McMenemy returned homo  from ' Kosclyn,   Wednesday.  HARRON BROS.  Emb liners and Funeral Directors  Vancouver, Office   and  chapel   1934 Granville St.,    Phcne'\3486  Sierra Vancouver, uriice at,na  ebapel U6 2nd at. Phone 1:34  LEAVE YOUR ORDER EARLY. .  FOR XMAS CAKE  We can sell it'cheaper than you can make it.    Icing and decoruting done  We also sell Almond Paste all   ready to go on cake 50 cents a pound  Abbotsford, Bakery ALBERT  LEE, prop. _  .unM>Jt,i,.r,Hi    gesss:  -n���������rr  rrrssv,  !l���������l*ti* I'I  SJHStml)  BqpaasmisailiTO'HBHi^^  ZdZiX  ^������m<K  THE MARKET.  Hens small, retail - $7.5* to $8.50    Heas, large -- -  $7 to $9  ilena,  large,  retail - $8.50  to $li  Quite   a   crowd   of   buyers  .was   Chlcken8 ,..������  $6 to $s  on ihe market at New Westminster   Broilera   : .��������� .$4 to $5  on Friday  morning last  and I hey    Ducklings  ���������  $7 to     $9  found more  offerings  than   usual  Mrs. Alex. McCaiium, Jnr., visited friends in Seattle this week.  Mr. Jack Anderson'i>om Vancouver was in town Wednesday and  Tlvti'sdav. He is now selling Vancouver real estate.  ���������  ���������0   Miss Amy Heath is now assistant  at "Central."  Mr. J\ J. McPhee was In Chilliwack this week.  Mrs. Yenny was a visitor to New.  "Westminster   to-day.  Rev. J. Gampbell was a visitor  to Mission C'iiy on Thursday,where  Mrs. Campbell was visi-ing friends  "T[ you can't be good, be careful."  The following conversation "V^as  over-heard on the !hligh tension  wire in a   broad Hielan'ci  Brogue,  "Will ye" ino come to Vancouver  wi me for a   trip?" . "  "Not'y,et!"  Mr. and Mrs. Archie Bailie of Van  t.u.iii', vibked iheir daughter Mr_8.  Jetfs, over Sunday. '  Langley and Abbotsford ioot.Lall  teams will again meet on Saturday  at 3 .p.m., there being, fair* vttdcher  Rev..James M. Taylor, a Kricx-  ville, Tenn., minisrer ga"* e a lecture on Sovith America in the Pros  ibjy.'terJian church last week; but  owing to the heavy rain-, there waa  a poor attendance. The lecture  was a very instructive one and  highly appreciated by those who  attended.  Excellent' evangelistic meetings  have been iheld  this week  in  Mt.  Lehman by Revs. Mr. Knight and  Alder, assisted by A. Lockhardt  The special meetings close on next  Sunday,  December   10th.  Mr, Marion has just returned  from a trip to Ireland and the  the Eastern (States, but says he is  glad to get back tp. ,t he, coast and  Abbotsford. The climate seems to  suit him better; snow is not half aB  nice as rain.  Mr. F. Fooks who iSy on his way  home from a visit to friends in  . ���������'., wi- -i es a friend here  from Winnipeg that he will be glad  to get get back co B.J C. and Abbotsford and district will be good  enough for 'him for lhe' rest of rhis  days. Funny how everyone likes  to be at home in Abbotsford.  STRAYED   on   to   my   premises  about September  15th,  two  gra-"*.-  Jlolstctn heifer;, neatly  Mack   'n  on/) (grade    Fro lis te in   bull.   iv������ar!.v  wh:'e   all   about   11-2   years   old  Owner can have same by paying  expenses  and  proving  property.  If not called for by December  16th will be sold by public auction  at Abbotsford, B. C. to defray expenses.  Dated at Abbotsford November  lbih, 1911.  A. N. STINSON.  during Lhe past few weeks. Meat  at wholesale was plentiful, but the  prices-remained unchanged. Retail  meat as usual was equal to the dc-  fnr.els         .$0.00  Ducka    $10  to $13  Turkeys, live weight, per lb  ��������� 30c  (Continued from Page Two.)  Exercise for frontal position���������1m  agine   a   line   drawn   from   abovo  ���������Timid, and tncre were no changes r hoa(|    Direct it.down through  in the prices. Vegetables at re  tail were more numerous than usual though the only change in  prices v/aH a slight increase on  cabhage. Wholesale vegetables  were very plentiful and exceeded  the head, nasal cavities and nose,  ., 'i'i)- <.'n '(Ills line. Foiiow vi'.:h  the word "knee" not separata,, Wit  on nibe breath. Use thc breath", as  a rider on whji'ch 'to carry .the  word and make it al> nasal -is poBS  the capacity of the buyers, though   .^ .n tQne> TW9 wm creaLe a lihle>  there was no , changer in prices  Fruit at retail was scarce, but  there were plenty of apples and  pears at wholesale, and they  sold at rather higher prices than  last week. Eggs, butter, hoiiey, fish  and wild "ducka showed lit-.le chang  -hough the only ducks o fered for  sale were mallards, which brou;<h.  $I..J0 per brace as againsti $1.23 isst  week, and they all sold in short  order. ' '      .  One o tlie new features of the  market was u phonograph ihjn  played popular airs, while the  proprietor  o    lhe wand      carveu  nasality, will make you a 'little  hoarse, and probably the voice a  Jittle tight but that will all wear  away. I would advise "a fairly  good amount of power in singing  for iplaice. .Use Jyour j voice .fear  lessly and you will gain voice, also  a   good mezzo voice,  Exercise for Frontal Position and  Explanation of the Diaphragm ���������  Jl'magjine a line !*i������qm 'the diaphragm up through the throat to'  to the cushions of the top teeth.  Sing the word "mee* This must oe  sung in a   broad "E", getting the  steaks and chops for 'his customers same effect as you would if groan-  The poultry market was  pretty ing or the same effect as the-broad  well up to the usual standard and hum given in lesson two.   B^ sure  some. 200 crates of birds good, bad- you centre the mind on aline from  indifferent changed hands at var- the diaphragm and not from" the  ied prices. throat.                            ���������  ���������'  'There were birds of al\ descrip- This will leave your larynx down  tion except geese and turkeys. All ������*  ?r������at..  ������?!?;1^  '?T������.���������*"*"  ouier branches of the poultry tribe  usually to be found ac, a poultry  market were there. There were a  fair sprinkling of very 'good hens  ojf the laying class which sold .a*  high as $12 and $14 to small buyers  who were anxious to add to their  laying stock. A few pullets were  offered which also seemed to be in  demand  by poultry fanciers.  Broilers sold  all  the   way   from  $5 Lo $9 per dozen, and were moaLly  tion to any hoarseness. Use judg  ment'and remember that ten,or fif  teen minutes at ar-'.time at differ-  enc times during the day wulgi've  you quicker and better results than  in a   longer iime.'\ ���������  THE OPPRESSED KID  I've just come home 'from, Quim-  per's shack, and I   am mighty glad  1 in  back r      The  way  they  treat  their kid I   swow, brings' perspir-  snappped up by Vancouver buyers, ation  to  my   brow!.   He's      eight  Spring chickens found ready pur- >������a1'8 <>ld. and fond of Play������ ^an'd  chasers at from $6 to. $9 per dozen "       kfceP   ^oix'ung   all   the   day.  Some good Pekin ducks, wire of  fered and readily purchased by  dealers,, at the average price of  $_3 per dozen.  The  poultry market  is  keeping  up wonderiuily well and ift almost  It's ''don't do this" and "don't do  that' Don't push those pins into  the cat! Don't islam your fingers  with    the    door! Don't      fall  down stairs and dent the, floor!  Don't flaot your toy boata in the  sink!   Don't   drink  {your      papai's  double  what it was a   year  or so  ago.   Tho  xarmers ihroughout  the   writing ink!   Don't play with mat-  valley especially eince the B. C. E.   ches or you'11 get the house on fire  already yet. Don't let the parrot  have that clove! Don't put poor  L'ido  in  uic  stove!''   Aim   Lhua   it.  R., has done so much towards settling tlie transportation question  are using the market as? a means  of disposing of  their  stock  more   *'ue& Lhe whole day long, the same  freely  than ever before. ���������  Following are the quotations for  the   day;  ���������   ".o.... ...t-E MEAT���������  Veal,  small    11 1-2 to 12 l-2c  old .soul-depressing song: What  wonder ihe the Quimper lad looks  broken down and tired and aad?  WnaL wonder that his eyes are old  What wonder that his feet      are  Veal,   large  9c to   10c   cold?   Let the kids cut loosa   and  Mutton   10c to 11  Pork, per Is    Al;. AIBAT5-  Beef, per lb  -  8  l-2a    o ile  uu lne time!  Ueei, oest nb roasts ��������� l&c to 18c  Beef, loin      22c -  Beef, round afeak ��������� ������������������������������������  ltfc  UuuiHg iJeof ���������    iOcc o 14  Pork   ������������������ ������������������    ���������18c   to   20c  play !   A boy should have the right  121-2 to 13   of   way;   and   there's   no   rejason,  there's no rhyme, in don'ting him  ���������      *   ���������       |  ��������� ..i  WALT MASON >"  That   is   a   fine  map  that   Abbotsford  is  on,    In fact it  is the  Veal  ��������� ���������������������������  15c   a 20c   on,y map, but all roads leadfrora  Mutton  ������������������ 12c tt> 20  Abbotsford, if you don't believe it  Young Lamb ��������� i5c toJW  see the Board of Trade cnvelon*.  Drodbeu. chicken, per lb .������������������ ������   25c  VjriGJaTABLES,   Retail-  Vegetable Marrow    10c  Carrots   per  aack  -   T5c  L/nioii3, b xbs for  25c  Green Corn, doz ........5,^  Cabbagei each   5c to 10c  .Potatoes,   t,ack      .���������   $i.oo   to   3SI.1J  CairoLa,  bunch - ��������������������������� 5c  Bewts,   bunch  ���������"-'��������� ��������� 5c  Just a few words on  Air-'  t  ^8B9  IS Inch  $2.35 22 Inch      $2.85  21 Inch     $2.65 23 Inch ������������������������������������������������������ $3.15 i\ Inch.  1 here are  only Mxty of these in-ttoclc    Do you want one?  Perhaps  a few prices on windows mip;ht interest you?  3-2x24, -1 Light Window   $1.63  ���������2-IV-21 2 Light  W:ndow    ������������������   ���������  Si:.75   "*  14x28, 4 Light Window     $1.35  ii.iiJi, 2 Light  Window, % 1.85  24x30   2 Light  Window      $l.Ji5  28x28, 2 Light  Window  -���������������, ^.15     '  .        '30x30, 2 Light  W.ndow      $2.2o  ALANSON  $3.50  ^'JjJ^-^UJ-^am^Ujmi.  ���������~^*zin7Hir2i!3C;  W������r  -  ���������������.-;��������� 1  -mx?  CARRIAGE PAINTER  ���������     fi  Geo. Zeigler  Carriage, House  and Sign Painter  Call and get prices.  ���������:        All work guaranteed  Abbotsford -       B. C.  Painting, Sign Writing  General repair work  J. E. PARTON  Abbotsford        ���������-       8. C  in ' ii \ i  Good Storage Room for  Furniture.  WATCH ABBOTSFORD GROW  ABBOTSFORD  gar mwmmm  ABBOTSFORD^ B. C.  FeSQ & Grain Store   gonractor and Buildsr  Don't forget  WHEAT  $2.00  A sack  We buy Poultry '  J. J. SPARROW, prop.  Jobbing Brickwork  Chimneys a specialty.   .  Orders left at the office of  C. A. Sumner & Co. will re-  cieve prompt attention.   XM Ll iVI-  aaa������ffliHaa������a!S^  APPLES  all kinds, in large and small  quantities. Windfalls and culls  taken.  ootenay Jam Co., Lb  Mission City, B. C.  For the Residence,  Store or Office.  lectric Power  For Factories and  Industrial Plants  'i'uinipo,   tack      75  to   85c  Parsley,   bunch  ���������:���������.���������  5c  Eggs, retail  per  dozen      75c  Butter, retail, per lb������������������������������������ JOc  Uniuns   per Back   ���������������������������-  1.75  Honey,   per  lb   -  25c  Matsqui  Hotel   I    Convenience      Comfort      Economy  MISSION CITY. B.C.  Hens,   small    ���������  $6.50 to  This hotel makes a specialty of  home-like comforts for Commercial  Travellers. Comfortable sitbng-  room and   best of   hsotel service  Cuisine Unexcelled.   \  Rates: $lTo to $2 per day  CHAS. E. DbWITT. Proprietor  Attention will be given to all applications for service from our lines.  Address all enquiries to  Light and Power Department  Hblden Block, Vancouver.  Ms'  'i  'V-..  %gz%m3&;


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