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 m  Ml  1  9:  2f  V'tl  I  h  ilahve  j AN 1 5  ri  Vol. IV., No. 7.  ABBOTSFORD, Bi'C, FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 22, 1911  ������*������*>8 $1.00 PER YEAR  as=s  sam  SE=B.  ~i���������frrrlimrg  ass  >Wa  A Pretty Wedding  I   pretty wedding took *pface  at the home of Mr.1 and Mrs. Alex.  McCallum   on  Monday.   December  15th when the Rev: ."J. L. Campbell  united in marriage Miss Blance Elizabeth, their eldest)'daughter,    to  Mr. Geo. H. Kerr  of the firm of  ���������>$>$. Messrs McPhee & Kerr}/merchants,  .ft'lbolaCord, B. C.,   The home    was  tastefully  decot-ated' with     evergreens  and  flowers';  i ���������  The bride was gowned in white  wlk with, lace and- j>earl> trimming  and carried, a,.lovely "bouquet of'  Lilly of the Valley and maiden hair  ferns and was attended by, her sis  ter, who was dressed'inn white net  carrying a bouquet' of rosea. Mr  Norman, McLennan, of Vancouver,  was the groom'. :: "-  Tne cereinoiiy'Was-perfoiititii under a beautiful archway of tver-  greens and carnations. The bride  was given away by her father to  the beautiful strain? of the wed-  dinng march played by .Miss Ma  be I Nelson . - -  r.'--  ���������  MISSION CITY vs. ABBOTSFORD  ANNUAL MEETING  The annual jmeeting of the,'Mats- -  --(From Fraser Valley-Record)  qui Agricultural and Horticulture  The Abbotaford Team Fails To Low  al Association was held in the store  building of Merryfield Bros., on  Tuesday December 12 with Pres.  R. Owen in the chair.  On behalf of the directors ��������� the  president gave a very full and ���������  comprehensive report of the business of the Association. In i-pite  of serious handicaps and unfor.������������Jen  difficulties the Association had had  a successful year: The exhibition  which was held in Olenntor* school  house and grounds was e pronounced success as to the quality  er The Record of Missionites  On Saturday last the Mission-  team travelled to Abbotsford in  quest of the Hill-Tout cup and as a  result Mission has an advantage of  one goal to carry forward to the  next; game. ,  , '  Owing to ia late start for which  the visitors were in no way re-  apomsible, it 'was impossible , to  play full time, but fromj the very  first kick it was evident; that Mission was out for goals. The forwards  penned Abbotsford ���������'   into  and quantity io fthe exhibits and-' their half of the field and .although  the high personnel of the judges- they had the advantage of playing  and their satisfactory awards. down the slope they  were never  He expressed his,high apprecia-  reaUy ^gerous.  ���������tiora.  of the "valuable    assistance      Asa   result of the constant press  rendered by the Ladies' institute ure upon the Abbotsford defence  and the .various committees and by ane, ������ &hevc backs had,,the misfortune to score Mission's first point  by putting the ball through his  own goal  Nor was there a long wait for  another score as almost from) the  resumption of play: Lamond,scored  the press for the report, of.  th������,  exhibi/tionn.   Report  accepted.  The treasurer submitted his report audited by -Mr. Jas.  A. Me-,  Go wan ctyief accountant o fthe Ab-  After the ceremony luncheon was   botaford Timber and Trading Co..'  served after ��������� which )the. ,   "' happy   showing. total  receipts, .of , $746.25 ' .*..f**?, ������������al frdm very close; to sthe  couple left-on.the^C:rrP:rRV'express :--and..expehse's>$463:*90l<eav:ing a bal':��������� ^goaljU^^Itwemeft.-aJBiost an imrf  .for Seattle, and Vancouver, amid . ance of cash on hand^of $342.35   Re.-, possibility to gel the ball between  -showers office and old shoes.   ���������    ,'��������� p:or taccepteeL-.".    ;"*���������'"-���������������������������   /'   ���������    .   the posts, so narrow was the, angle  ���������;���������'''������������������  . '.������������������������������������ .       The following members were ������1-   but get tle��������� & <*&,. much to Abbots  ected directors for the .    ensuing   f������^a  disgust'. Andt   q help   the  ���������"."���������ft"  f  ^  loneer  Extends to all the  Compliments of the Season  and may the New Yoar.be'  Bright and Prosperous  ^ > i in  The return^of the happy,, couple  yesterday, evening was the occasion for a   iwelcome by the people  of Abbotsford which should make  Hie hearts o  fthe  newly married  couple rejoice, and live in thepleaa  ant memories during the years of  married life.   The Maple Leaf Hall  Wis . tastefully  decorated  for  the  occasion and a   large  number  of  people were thero to greet th^rn  After the preliminary welcome the  strains o fEverett's orchestra sent  forth itssweet dance music, and as  be.Mtted  the  happy spirit of   all,  partners were chosen and a   merry  evening of /tripping the light fa -  tastic was indulged in until it was  tune for luncheon, when everybody  looked Leeward.'When the  inner  man was duly, satisfied the merry  dance was continued until an; early hour this morning.   0   WHAT   WAS   THE   MATTER?  ' o������������������  These are the daytf-when Abbots  f'.T.d iis growing���������one new business  af ti'v another being added to those  already here. In other words the  town is growing. There is Row-  ever one thing very needful above  .cau3e;alorig the ."skipper" had the  easiest job imaginable, a   te\v min-,  utes later, when he had the ball   at  his feet and the. goalkeeper; out t&  meet him'and fell over, ,to steer the  ball between the unguarded posts.  Thus at the half time Mission had  the useful lead df threeJ goais and  th^ idope in their, favor for the rest  of the  game.   Unfortunately    the  forwards took things too easy ��������� a-  ,b<mt this neriod and as  a   result  Abbotsford became dangerous and  delegate to attend the annual con;  3cored from la  ,scrimmage ^ front  ventkm to be held in Victoria on of goal>   A   few mlnutea ^ Mc-  Monday, January 22nd, 1912 with .3oWan notched their second and-  the secretary as an alternate. \ast goat.   It  was  a   magnificent  The matter o f a  site for a per- shot from about 30 yards out and  year;  Messrs' Wm'. Merryifeid; W. J.  Marsh, J, T. Aish, O, Sjogren, J. A.  Morrison, R. Beaton, R. Robb, H. F.  Page, H. R., ^Phillips, P. Conroy,,  J. W. Taylor, M. Alexander, E.  Baines, R. Owen, C. T. Purver, Wm  Bates, Alex Bates, Wm. Elliot, H.  V. Coates, Ole Sorenson, D. H. NelT  son, R. K. Nicholl, P. Jackman, J.  Merryfield and T. H. Lehman/  *  The   president, was   elected'     a  ������ianetnt (building was > discussed  and the secretary read a letter  from Mr. J. C. iMacIure offering  4.27 acres at Gifford on the B. C. E.  Ry at the corner ofl the Glenmor������  and Harris roads for $1200.00 on  Lerina or $1000 cash.  The .secretary was instructed to  secure an option on this' land until January 31st, 1912 an$ the presi  dent iWas requested to use h-is  best endeavors to secure government  asBistantce, ' " ;  Foliowinng adjournment thedir-  ali other matters should bef attend  ectora held a  meeting to elect of-  J  ed to at an early date. A' crossing  over the two lines of* raSway���������the  C. P. R. and the B. C/E. R.-on Hazel etreet.  This matter came up atj the Su-  mas-Matsqui Board of Trade some  time ago and a representative of  the Board was appointed to attend the isitting of the railway com'  mission, at Vancouver to present  the case before the> commissioners  Accordinng to our best information  that delegate from the Board did  not make his appearance at any  of the sittings. Some who realize  what has happened and the continued danger on Essendene Avenue are asking why .that representative neglected his duty toward  ��������� Tne board, himself and thet citizens  of the town and the surrounding  community,.   What's the 'jfeinswer?  ifcers.   The following were elected  Pres.���������R.  Oweiv  1st.  Vice-Pres���������J. T.  Aish.  2nd  Vice-Pres���������P. Coinroy;.  3rd Vice-Pres.���������W. J: Marsh.  , Sec.-iTreaa.���������James   G?ib|scKn.  The directors Idecided tp hold alternate meetings on Matsuq.1  Prairie annd at Mt Lehmaa at ,the  call of the president.  St. Matthejws Church - Sunday,  School will have their Christmas  Tree in the Orange Halt oa\Wed-  nesday December 27th froni  7 to ' ��������� ������������������  9 pjn;                         ,.;.'���������' Mrs. John McCallum of Vancou-  ��������� ������������������-o��������� ��������� ver is visiting in town.   She came  Watch, Clock and Jewelry Re- to attend the wedding of her cous-  pairs at. Campbell's, the Watchma- sin Miss- Blanche McCallum.  ker, Clark's Jewelry Store. ���������. -.0������������������ ���������'  '"���������  ~-���������o  Mm,  Frank  Sntherby  who   has  Kramer made mo pretence of aav  ing; thinking the ball wa aoutside  the posts.  From now unti Ithe end Miasion  ���������did their utmost to score; and   although coming very close on, several occasions' they, never succeed-'  'od.    '  " ���������-. The game 'thereffore ended  with the score 3 to 2 in Mission's fa  Y������r.        ��������� :.. i  For Mission Brown played a  good game at back, 'while McLellan  was the pick of the halves with  Cray' a   good second.  Williams did better and. the combination among the forwards show  ed an improvement'. With a little  more bustle and yims the. team  should do still' better in the next  game.  THE  SKIPPER.  Mr. Knight who assisted Mr.. Alder ^ i&pfeipial levapig^Lietic ������tr-  vices, left on Monday for Ontario  where he will take part in the Local  Option contests.  ���������I  Mr. Hector iMcKenzie was a  itbr to Vancouver this week,  vis  been visiting ifrierids here, left) for  home in, Ladner on Friday. T&E ABBOTSFORD POST,  ABBOTSFORD. B. (?.  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  Published   every    Friday   by    tho  Publishing Com.f>n"y.,,'",,  Post  ��������� - o:xxxxx>cocx;oo  .1 U.i ������- ;*.  ,  A ,weekly Journal devoid tajthe/.nter-    . Jv.letoii   .S('v,noij  'trict'  Advertising,.Rates;;ma<ie.know,    rn ap-  y-. ,>.- -x;.#:-occoooo  pUcatteh."'!  But the fprester-cmajntalned wrath:  FRIDAY.    DECEM-$ERi22,,.,19U"'lg.e^,;j?p-   against   when   you .make    tl  '���������"^;>_\_' '"   ^ " ,your play for Queen,.Clare, ^ls-a good-    T  n.;       r-, .-..���������^-^^ r:    sbw;'^":'^;   But-Til'.tell  you,  son,"    ce  George had hard work to edge himself into  the car. > It was  packed  to  tlie, doors. There l\a.d been  important  new .arrivals on th^traiu^tbatpassed  through 'SlciUcock'^n.'th'e.i.ea'r^ hours  ofi,the luprnjng.    'ih'ese w^rej/tlie two  bands "of.;.rri,usic   th^vt  Governpn  Ha-r-  , r,have ,. gone (   riss -had, ordered.  -TJieir gay uniforms  he realized,   constrasted strangely  wijthj the.-, rough  have flattered    clothes . ot- tlie' woodsmen.--.'.Governor  Mr. Kyle. ^ -.,,. I-larriss   marshaled   them   pompously,  -/'Th'isyBlJnn-.Wij^gin.that .you'll ���������be^. and lavished much attention, on a gen.- ..  tleman..whom he^ntroduced-aa-'.'Squire  hurlow,. orator  of   tliis .solemn   occasion, gents."    Lautiy. the master of-  The Post extends.���������to  its readers ,'he.. addedH';crSticallyt/'It'll   be  a  fair  .ceremonies .had. careful   eye ;out��������� for  ������, ...   ��������� l     ��������� *    a      o   ���������������^,f ' race,.between,,you,   handicaps   about    ^   ~    "   .  a Merry  Christmas and     a   very    .   ���������'���������''     ' v u'   - . his attack.:  even., lies known, he;r, boy and man -  prosperous and happy,New .^ ear.   _ kld a^ queeni all his life.    And   0  she. knows', him ���������.;but she may know  The followinng appeared in ,the   to������ much about him.   Just one quiet  .,.,.,��������� hellion with girls ��������� nnd, on the other  Victoria Times of December.,11th,   hand> wom(;n fa]1 for just that sort.  and is worr.hy of attention because    Aml  yet she  ,nay  be  tne  kind  that  of Jthe narrow minded 'and bigotted    would    rather   come    up'   the   home  '������������������ ,'   ' .  "!" ' ,'       '.l stretch ' with-something In  the shafts  introductory remarks of our con-  :*.<;qi porar.v.   jft.2acf.fhe ���������ftonnraenit,  and..'the editorial-which  appeared    ���������Li"1'  inn  this' paper in  a   recent  issue.       "I" don't want to have any' trouble  Here'     " "''    ""'      "'   "'    "      "       '", wi'th-you,-Mr.: Kyle." advised the for-  ���������'   "'-'    , ,   x . ��������� cster':balefuily'.  ������Truly,lpywal-:(tq,-it9f;patron,,the       <<You.re wlth- the maJorltyr Ulero_  . I^H" ^MriMcBrijde, ,wed .to.Tory, ,not .mttny:.people, do.!    On  the other  .tradition^..congealed in'-a ;resolu-,, ,h,and( j Bay. jcpg0n Wlggin-has been  tion of the provincial Conservative,.. managor.,'for..-Cornelius   for   a   good  Jcynventiqn,.the.) Abbotsford, , Post -many, years, ..and  Cornelius .has- left]  'says; ,'We  hope. Borden ' and 'his, .him sole  trustee, of the estate.    And'  followers,.pile  up ..the-.'tluty.,on A-;   y^ou/yo got,,ta.;admit, son, that he's a  B, J.GERNAEY  that  the,crowd  didn't have, quite so  'much   of  a   line   on.    On "the   other  Clare . Corran ���������< leaped ��������� her horse  through .the ring of^ humanity .that  hemmed the foes, and- rodo between  them.  "I heard, my name, .here," she said  simply and icily. It was a tone thn't  hushed both the combattants. She  gazed first at- one and .then at the  other. ��������� It was '' <���������> same look for both c  ������������������Indignant,reproof.  Shame, ..sudden .and, almost unex-  plainable, choked , George when he  strove to speak. He did not wholly  understand  his  embarrassment.,  "You were the one that spoke It."-  she went on, -turning 'at last to Wig-  gin. "Come, Blr, -tell :mc' ��������� by ��������� what  right- are!-you shouting my name In  your street brawls?"  ,'.' Wlggin. hesitated,-.;sullen and ap-.  prehens'ivo:   -  ���������  Excuse me,-! Miss '.Clare,".'said Bill  s-hat l:i his  this thing.;'  by   Harry.  George's accusing stare.--- "The stranger,, here, -name io\George .��������� ��������� Great  Trust ,Co.'s, new man'.up this, way ���������  ain't to blame.   -I'm.-fair, -and, I want .  to   see   fair,  usage..-..������.But, ,->for   some  reason/ Blinn   seems.,,to. .think,.-.the  stranger/1b' tryln''to   cut   him., with .  you, and������������������" "  P.O..Box 45  Abbotsford, B. C.  Having purchased the interest of Mr.D.  McKenzie 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.  h. Mckenzie, prop.  But George" broke in,, his Ire breakr  ing bounds.''" ...,.-���������  ' "I-am ra-'stranger here; 'Miss Corran,  as , this  man  says.-'--And,   as  a .-  stranger, It- seems - to ��������� m'e--1 tha V- -I- 'ha ve  met nothing but fools and prize fighters, c.so- far.    This -'manvattacked  me  ithout cause."'������������������'/  Hit'.you'"<w.hen,'*you...waun'tdbokln'," .  cried a- man j.in\. th'e;.cro.wd-.:; v'lf Wig-  gin  is -your, beau,: Mclss .'.Glare;.- you'll -;  have   to   be   ashamed   of   him;   after  this!"  'Sudden passion.painted, the .scarlet ..  on her cheeks. But, .before she could   .  ...    ...      ..   ...    ..       ,   ���������.      speak,, George   came   close., to   her  that.a>'Shake dad-not stir-them.-'. Mr.-. ;: '    .- -���������  ..   - - > horse.  Kyle,..Lugged -down. v,the'-aisle., to -the ' ���������'������������������������v*r.j   . u       - , x.       . ,.���������  ,_  ,      \    T       ,-   ^ j     u      i-u   .*   . -It-is -shameful  ��������� shameful!"  he  door, .to .be unloaded .when.-the.train ������������������-.*,,    <<T '. ��������� .   ���������    ,:  -j    ,T   u    j, j^u'     l       ��������� * ���������        protested.   "I beg you to believe that  stopped:   He-handled them as-a steve-��������� .,-  dore" would.."^handle '-bags- of -grain  terests.'tQf /Ee: ^Canadian, grp.wer^.,,Vatch>but.foi;,jfti'.few .days. f I'can.tell  . We^u'st'hi.Yp Jhe^.,c!.fruit grow-,,.something .from ;.the_  way .you   score  erypr9tec.ted!j'us^a8.;tauph,' as itis^ ' ^6J.^.,^Mj..,^e ..wIre   at/ Corran-  .     possible to protect, and-not-hinder   facne"  ,our citizens from'enjoying.. luxur-''"'^^rse'"''a9'-an-Fy  a3-.a 'well-bred  iesi during-'season "at- ' reasonable "'^ng:;-man^ can -well   be,- muttered  ������rf^'������. :Ti:eV.iess:,1;Qr.eign.'fruit that'--6'ometh.lng-about punching out-the eye  - ::������������������������������������:���������*:< -.K ;  >:i--X   v.ri^v-.   e".**^"- >  a   r-t)ht rinr&d 'in'p-pf )busv' with his ^busi-  ...the.prftviiice^th.q. quicker .will ou..-;tb&tdared-to get-ousy witn nis dusi  .,.p1%t^ip^ "^'ir'-;       ' ". m   i  ��������� ~n/c������zZ~ -    ���������*''    J-  jt'   ' Mr.^Ky.le:.chuckled; appreciatively;   ,  and our growera rise to ,the.occas-       4<VT   -    .    .  ...     ., .     .      ,x  ���������  ���������     . , ,   j,    '������������������-<,;��������� -..- "Never^-hadi-this.,ride-up'jShortened .  ion of eupply  and  demand. -,,        ; ^- --<..-������������������--<>->���������? -;- ������������������ ^--   - - -  \;-v.-.- M^.,--    ^ "i'-;*; "'.���������>-���������      : .. any- mor������- by "jinnocent and profitable  "..$%,$? $m^. .^.ea>roiBpeete?,������J5a;k^,^^.(f^ ^nd ���������I>e, been ]u&''  <���������$$, ^.iey0-,tn.?iPPWion'e.ipa'-jsscd  .gln\ ln->m'en" for,,twenty,-years! -You'll.  ;.iji ^thera^pv.ejreditoi'iaP-taie^opimon.' ,ha?(er lP^ ^fi"8?.'.���������6','?,?^-')-'1'.^-'^* .-^  -ofHheVmajority^of thc-peo'iilo of '-'th^^? ^-^^   -^li:������^ at^e.*';.'������  /-i'  ' j    -    " -       "��������� ��������� ,-;       ".;    '    -    ,. next '.'station!",,,, ,  -  Canada as-expressed'at "the Wpprt    - ,?' '-'-'"��������� J-^ ���������     ^ .u ,4.1  -,-..    ;:...��������� ���������  i ..,*:.,"Si:" "���������  iu.V..-?^ceric       ������je went through the car, shouting,  dominion,.electio^', ^h^^.whe.tlier.the   cuffing, and shaking."^'   '.'   J "  Post were. Liberal or, Conser Native ���������      It'had'been- a Jong ride;, and night  it would- be.hard'.to;get-away from''"'nad-ebme oh. /MosV'of'-'the convivial  (.i.p' v 'n���������f    tt  i-i      it.    ~. v      crew   had   long   before   fallen <asleep.  the ballot,   Unlike-.the-Times' we>    ^^-        ,���������    ���������        ������������������.���������-���������    .1     *���������  ��������� . - xuuto   wo- ...jphose who. were so far. gone In stupor  -.are- prepared-; to' take"  a      man's ..  -.public 1;opirii6n"--a8'--'expressedt   ' by -  . ions. ....  ��������� -'  r;;  *   '-   -  '"Truly, Jo^to. -its,.patron,  the';,  Hon. iBich^,d-.'McBride������   The..Post ���������  fiin9e;'^s; f^tfLTo^l^htitiryfiax ago ���������-  ..l^^Alay./haB^epended upon  the  .a^^Wg-;::.Publie^of ..Abliotsford ,;they toid. George.,   It was -the .junction  an4>ur;roundiri^district /or, its tup ^here^ine/lqigingVrailrqad to] Corran-  por^ ,-No  patronage ,hp.. bW������x- tf*9*"L-MW&&* J3WW V&L/I&-    it by raising .her hand. - The; spirit,of  tended:^by.;.the  Hoi."Richard' kt    T������&^^^  ^h^^"*?^-   command was in her.   ���������  -Bride.:^nd..none.;'ha9't W.      i  *   ��������� ������P?W������l ^% *   T^^ 'l Jk"       "J heard enou������h' m^elf' t0 ^^~  No  ;atol'^ -!���������! ���������   aSk^'   ^-,!^?S���������^:ye^������f5?i-.^^Se- stand where-the fault lies."   She'did  pio. patronage- has-been ~      ���������-���������������������������-  to the-Poat by "anyi' 'governmeJnt  and yet we live, .and/ pr,03per  **? ^^^^PolitlcAl, vur-  .'v* ��������� ^v^^^nedpee.?...,-,SitWe tlie  Hon. Templeman has been in, politics a fine building has bee:a erected in Victori*,fpr'tj3.io^c of  ins paper. His paper had 'been, in  existence, many,. yf���������������.teftrejj,0ut  vben^ifcici- afiplrafec/ns^ "   were  Partly-realized.-by,,^;,:^     '^  Ottawa, there wa������-J.     '   '   "     '  "en prosperity. ai;80>    ?tWed;tp''Tor^;t;adition5,,., Ve  gods:   The iv   ' ,   '   .  v./a-    ***Vj* r yfat does-tfot aim to bi  Political, y hen the Post sce^any  se in the   POST  ���������<$������*4*  C.A. SUMNER 8c CO.  4 P. 0, Box 58 Phone Central;  Telegram-gumner, Abbotsford, B. C.  to+^'  <s  1  iWhen-  the-.station . was   reached,   he  ,tossed them off into the arms of the  v^tber:.meh,   and'-kicked .their  duffel  hi %s\ but.1 after them ���������  ', \e little hamlet was Ski.ticock, so  m not responsible for this. Insult to  -you."  -!"You needn't try to, lie It off on to  ���������me," shouted young Wlggin.  "You'was the one that, claimed she  was-your *'���������' gal." - cried' ithe-  habbler.  i"And t'other:feller--was" tryin'to shut  you up!"   . >  ���������  X'--. Thereiwas uproar,- but she checked  Town Lots,, Farm Lands  Business Propositions   and  Healty in every shape and  . form For Sale.  "ling U>.:4 it, believes to be wrong,  party'  gr'y mbsq'uitqes' chasing him..  "''���������'Forty' gpats'.for. the ram'pasture!"  Kyle notified'the peeper of the boarding house.    He 'was" shoving men bo-  'fore-him ��������� In"   at'"the''door.   '-"Me'n   a  -caliper-chap.for a room."  George-'-got   a  look   into  "the- ram  -pasture"  when .he  passed-down   the  corridqr. ��������� It was, arbar.e room,  with  :'lold beds on the floor.v; Some of the  -xn'%m/;:wer.e.J.ugged;..thcre and  thrown  -VpoJl-jthe.vpq4s..to-:sleep It off. ��������� Most  ..of., th.^ni /Were ^sufficiently, awake  to  eat supper in the rdl-nmg .room, -with  Jts  tin,.fishes,  its ..bare  benches and  tabled-covered. with. oil-cloth. George  :manj&g.ed.L.to-, ea.t, tl\ere, too.    And  he  -was pa#pffu.1:,to ,-get a, seat as faraway  .frora-jBij.V .Ky.l:e..ias!.;pqs,sib.ie.   ��������� That  Bqulrmed throughr the,.:press,-.-azid- was^'  trying to speak-to her.  ."-Blinn was-.excited,.Miss Clare," her;  ^pleaded.    "He didn't mein all  that.",'  But. she Ignored the father.   She. fixed ;  her gaze onftheson.'  ���������' - "This Isn't the" first rime you' hava ���������  ���������'bandied -my ������������������name in -public,   Blinn '���������  ;tWiggln     You   have  been   making   a.  ���������boast of me. along the border. Don't ^  you dare-to-speak,-now! I know what  'I'-'am talking about.   I-have not said,  any thing, -before;   but. I- toll  you  to- ���������  your face,- now, that a', boast from you 1  'is   an   Insult   to .an .'honest < girl.     Ii ���������  know    about    you.    I    haven't    any  .father* npw,, ,to. protect: nie, from In-:.-  suit.    I hayenlt. brother or lover to  take my part."       '  Tears sparkled. In. her eyes, but her  &4^MHHKK~XK^ ^  y^entlenian   ,was   getting, on. to   his  hand sow" figUrC;^ ^ ������ther '^^-^ TiT*??7 volce ��������� ������<*- J>'^-     ���������'.''  H**.&mtmn We.com^ndHike   to.^leep  when^e^r? r^d together -'Vir.^ :^cV^if,';thongh. And  the re/jio,lutioii'irof<ii������fl^- *������ './    rrL^   In   the   one   room   available   In   the. .;    ���������    -  . :   ..v- ���������v;,'.;   :'-i  ;���������������. .   ..  .  ^fls^*uugn.ireiexrea$o.       The.   UJ.   ,      .   . "       ��������� ,   ������������������ for you, or any other cur that-lies  PoaJ- {p. -*  i.    . '���������sy.'v :���������'������������������   '   ' .     .hou^.-and,,snored .continuously  and      .     .  -v. .     ��������� ; ..'.,���������  -row .ii not-wedded td 'tfriviiflrtv   .'-^"^-V', ���������   "   '       a,J>      .        ,     , about me,. I, have���������this ". .  .     . ,. ������������������-        , . ...-������������������     -   .H^Jr,.ifHr>y:   jjeot-'Wra  A,wa.ke,-,-.d}(Ji not, seriously .--r.-r������������������_'"-'- ;,^ri-���������������������������������������������', ������������������:���������.'��������� ,.', ���������"     '   -' .  ii^hang againatv the "Tory tradit- riirinder,.^o,is^  ions  von.ffralife he is  fighting,,againat a 'hopeleeti.cause  line of conversation'.  Jn   the   morning,   they'were   away  t,'a/ly.���������9,ve^ ,tjhe.rough, road, in a rpugh  but thenihaB-Vhe^ofi'' been1 h������p>la,BS ," tfa!a/]andr''with 'their;,'rough crew,  \j out of: place i^1 the' " (Liberal' "''''ThereVV^'''6n������'.i,a^e^'.c,ar for  ranks.nearly^the time? .Hisex- Pasaenficfr-.-. it had benches without  v..<-r+->.... V..OJ **.������fa backs. It played "snap-the-whip" at  P^f1������?^. in -vpoliticfl. lhas. ^c douht   the end ...of a ' train  made  up of  log  *~^r**^ carriers  ���������  skeleton    cars,    loosely  (Continued on the -last .Page) Baackled.   ..���������-  she lifted her whip, and brought it.  down across his upturned face.' He  leaped back, a weal blossoming across  his pale cheek from eye to eye. Then,,  she .whirled her horse,' and galloped  - away* men'tumbling out of her course.-  *'By the Jumped-up beeswax, old  Corn Corran didn't take all his grit  to tophet with him,".declared a voice  In the crowd.  INSURANCE LOANS  Abbotsford ���������. Homesites.  If you are looking for a home  ���������; or snappy investments ���������  iii town lots? acre- ..';.���������  age or farm;  rope  see"  Th������ FioKieer Real Estate Broker-of Abbotsford  5  i  i  V|  W  1  ! a-  1     i'/l  H  1  ii  U  I -  j,  %  ���������\  Iff  m ?i-  J'  1 !  -I  -I  I  i  a-  \ %  Sly  H  f  ��������� i  I  /'**  THE .ABBOTSFORDU OST,  ABBOTSFOKJU, B. C<  '���������*''i''l''W'-'-*'>-H������^'aMW'>������^,...>l.'. j^rftJ^K1  ABBOTSFORD'S  GENTS''FURNISHINGS  To our Patrons and,Customers we wish  A MERRY.   MERRYXMAS  . ' AND A '  PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR  GEO.   C.   CLARK,Abbotsford,B.C.  SE  ...y^TU^n^*w.r.  J���������.^w.j^^m.^������rW^^.;  ������f������i&*WH-4TlLj.ti,('!<  USE  j Mcelroy & Co.  LIQUORS,   WINES fANDa CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  Cor^ Essendene Ave. and Oscar St.,  2825  -J-1-" ������������������������'  CITY  11     'flfflfH?  ABBOTSFORD, B. C<  Strictly first-class in every,Respect. -The bar is  stocked witH the best of wines, liquor and eigarsj  ST.  RATES,  $1.50  TO������$Z.OO  PER  DAY  PECKHAM & HUTTON  PROPRIETORS  uHftranwii  SBSS  A.M.KING  BUTCHER  Pork, Mutton, ?teef, Veal, Pork Sausages,  Weinies  and Balogna always on hand.     Fish every Thursday  .George  drove  himself forward  toward Wlggin, elbowing men to right  and  left.    He was no longer In  the  mood of one lacking subject for quarrel.   Hi's fingers' itched to' get at the  adversary who had brought him intC;  such shameful situation;, He was not  thinking about the blow whose badge  he  wore on his face.''Even-in  the  whirl of his thoughts, he.realized thai  he had now become the champion ol  the girl who had been, insulted, and  who had "'.been forced to he' her own  protector. . ' .\   '.   -  ��������� Jepson'Wlggin saw him coming, and'  flung'hiniBaif'oh'his"Bon| pushing hjro-  {farther :into the'crowd."   '  '"Keep'-nim 'off!   Keep   him' off!"  ,crled   the   father. ���������  "Hold  'em ��������� apart  ���������Thero mustn't be trouble here. It will  disgrace us to have trouble.','  "That  cur  has  got  an  account  toi  settle with me,", raged Harry, Btrug-  gling with'.the ,men  who seized him  =  '"The commands of the magnate of thf  village bad summoned Volunteers.  "Tm   sum ' tlicio   mrst-'be   a   'mis-  .,,,������,.,.,.|...,(���������!;,',������������' '���������}]���������(  ijvyiVj'-o'���������'do I gel  a huge "box that',was set across- one  end ofthe' car. He consented finally  to'-allow'"'men To'sit., on' It, but' impress eVbn "air'ihaVCorneilus Co'rran'u  thousand-dollar coffin ''was- inside "that /|  box and must-"be respected accordingly. ��������� ���������'��������� - '  ' Toward' a't'ruhk that had:been" loaded on'-board' the * car, Governor Har-  rlss did not-display'"as much'.'respect.  ���������He ordered it to be'taken'off.  "I'm running this occasion, and we  heed all the "room," he said. "And .who  -.in the 'name of-the wall-eyed Horace  is it that's ca'rryinl'a trunk'into the  woods, - anyway ? Trunks' 'don't - belong  in the woods."'   '-.  ��������� , "That's-my'���������trunk,''--stated" George.  "And -I 'want -it t'akeh-albng "to-day."  He  was  thinking  of  the  precipitate  ���������Niles and-Smart;-and realized1 that if  he managed to catch up' with them at  Corran-cache' they would'not be inclined' to  wait  another  day  for   the  trunk that contained his woods' equlp-  .ment."   He had a wordy battle with  the governor, and prevailed "only be-  .  cause the'men .who sat on< the trunk  had anchored it,-and "did'not' want to  give up their Beats.-''  ,  ,W.hen the.trairustarted away, scores  . of men were - stradding. the spreaders  of; the log cars-'at; the risk of their  necks.-;- ^Another' "score"'plurig''to  the  roof, of��������� the passenger car.' "'  -/There "seemed to be a general hankering for music-'In .'the.-crbwd," and  men "pleaded   with',' the   bands*   until  , they were hoarse.  "But the "men with  the  Instruments , could not lift their  elbows.   -Then,   the   little   group ��������� on  Cornelius  Corran's  ooffin  decided to  try   their   voices   in   .old   Dobeery's  "Come   All   Ye."-   It   was   familiar  enough, bo that all joined the third  time it was Bung,  and it furnished  melody for most of the /trip, except  fbfvthe intervals--when the ��������� choristers  ooper, oeiaon  CLAYBURN,  acae  The opportunity for the mamof moderate means  -rto-enjoytjie luxury .of the -world's best music in his  'home was -never better.' We are making a special  ;;Xmds offer;of' Columbia Graphophones  to   enable  everybody to possess on of- these-latest models.   We  "have'the new Hornless machine as well as the other  styles/ and carry a full line of-'records.' Let us demonstrate'these'machines and tell you of our special  'offer;'  -Other-Christmasgifts we have in-abundance are  ���������tToyv Dolls'and'ChildrensrFurniture.  j'. ..;1  Ouf stock !ofLa<lies'! arid Men's Fancy Sweater  Coats is most complete. ���������    '  ������,    Woolen knitted goodsrfor children in   very attractive designs, at moderate price's. " *'  A visit to our show room,will.convince you- that  our- stock of Xmas Novdties is. most complete, con-���������  sisting of China Cups and Saucers, Brass ,-and-China  Clocks;'odd jugs arid plates,/ete. ���������. ���������.  Fo? men we have a spilendid'iine of-bed-room  slippery .arm-bands.*braces-i^ridJneckties,;also shav-.  ing.outfits^etc.  ���������   v: In Ladies' Novelties of Dutch colors, Jabots and  colored ties, we have a splendid showing.  J ;r   It is a pleasure to'show good goods at the store  .'1(where ���������_-"���������": ���������-    ,  bi  ^gam  Eyelgfot Speeallst  Manufacturing Optician  Does the Finest  Optical ��������� Work.  S&edkal me-n and others pay  tribute to bis skill.  703 Granville St. '.Vancouver  %  ~4  "n  '; Tho seefrct of the success of our  Want Ads. lo that they ero short  and onappy. People llko a plain  business story told In a few words  and If thoy want anythln^they  refer to the place whore thoy  will find it with the least trouble,  viz., the Classified Want Ada. Is  your business represented thero.  OvKlllW KB V, B  B, feOM,  lor  (Associate  Members Can.  SocC C. E.)  Civil ��������� 'Engineers  R. A. HENDERSON  B. C. LAND   SURVEYOR  Offiec, next P. O.        .   P. O. Box I I  CANADA'S  Greatest Nurseries  Want   a, J-epriesenjtative      for  MISSION CITY,  B.C.  and surrounding district  The reliability, healthy condition  of our stock a- well as tru^ness to  name must be appreciated by the  Public orV they would not have  helped us to increase our business  yearly since' 1837, the date of ou*  establishment.  wur firm's  name lends prestige  to our representatives.  .   Gomplete line of Nursery SStock  for SSpring 1911.  Write  fct-  full particulars.  TONE ^WELLINGTON  The Fonthill Nurseries.  .TOiRONTp,-.  Ontario,  The Biggest-Value Ever Offered Resitfeht^}tit~the fraser"v^/reV  . Byispedal"arrahgenieh'tsvwe:;are' in-a position to make the following offer:  Tiiefamiiy-HeraW and Weekly Star of Montreal  Tfig beautiful premium picture entitled "Home Again"  ..'     Size.22x29 all ready for framing, and  THE^BBtSfORD POST all three for $1.50  The beautiful picture; "Home Again" is the best pic-  refresked   themselves, from ' their ture eter Offered":newspaper readers.      It is simply mar-  "t������.   had" those'word,'  d,nned  Yf1^'1?^ Sf ^ J^ ^   ^   inClU<letl,With. Hfe  into his ears so many times that he r.amily-.Herala ana - weekly Star at so small a price.  Send! your order at once :to  '-ABfiRXTSFORD POST  ���������   ABBOTSFORD, B.C.  could never forget themj  'Oh-h-, come all ye bean-fed larrlgan  ^ lads " '   ���������  And listen unto me,  I'll sing a song to the tune we played  With a crosB-cut on a tree.  When we whooped along, a hundred  strong,  With a hotfoot down the middle;.  A-dancin' wide'and a-kickin' high  To the tune o* the gashin' fiddle.  '.    Slivers',' iandr-Bawdust,'''andf;sw'agon  Btew,- ���������:"  iRlp-fa-duddyv ^wefss1 C6t fan's -'fere w!  "You see, son," ��������� growled Kyle, in  George's ear, "they ain't forgettin' old  Cornelius In thiri-' country. ' I can see  that you're a pfetty good pussy-foot,  that sluggish''se'rEf'e'n't'of'a'train"worm  ed ita - way - out'' of "'the ' woods "and  jangled l,doWn" into ;the ' brbad,"Hver  valley'Where' Cofrah-c'ach'e huddledin  its clearing.- He-burst out of the car  among', :the^'early ones, 'struggling as  one struggles'-to 'come1 to "tlie surface  of-the'water.''  He' narrowly -missed being. flatten- ���������  ed by-'his-own trunk.    First of the.  baggage,  as  though  it  contaminated  the car, it came out of the side door  like a projectile.    It was  plain  thai  and'1 know';how to keep your mouth' the man who threw it had  the full  shut as well, but you've got to play  smoother than the big bosses up  Moh'tr'e'aT; way realize,*-'if' you're' goin'  to get away with'any of the'plunder  that Cornelius-left behind."  It was a persistency In'an Insulting  belief that stirred'Qebrge, sick withi  sleeplessness, and "harried by the din  of voices In that stifling pen, to curse  him.Boulfully. ������  "You'll do for what they want of  you, I reckon," indorsed Mr; Kyle cordially, after listening. "I can see that  you're hidin' quite a lot of brimstone  under a pretty, smooth shell."  The forester plunged Into the press,  and forced his way apart from his tormentor; and the men whose fee' he  trod upon, swore-, behind his stalwart  back.  Jt was.: respltev^after _agotiy when  strength of his convictions that  trunks did not belong in the woods.  It struck on one corner, and its ceams  started with protesting squeal.  "Got, a school ma'am on board ?"  demanded" "tne station agent of the  crowd that came flocking out of the  car door, each man with [ his stuffed  nie'alsack on his shoulderi' The agent  was patting the'1 tdrik. In * his sudden  little ���������' panic of v embarrass'mentV the  forester hurried ' u^b the platform  toward the station. It was relief to  get awayrirom'. those grinning faces.  He; would - claim ",his despised trunk  when they had scattered. The agent  up ended it, jounced it along on -.its  cornerB in a few emphatic revolutions,  and then started to drag it. A sprinkling trail of some black substance  that. Issued   from   a   broken   corner  marked  its' course.  ,   One  citzen  who had  early  noticed  'that trunk to scoff at It was among  the   last  to   leave  the  car,  his  legs  not being of the surest, that day. He  espied the trunk departing. Then, his  eyes followed  back along that black  ' trail that ended at his feet.   He picked up a pinch, eyed It, smelled at it  Being  still   in'doubt,  but  mumbling  the' name right ��������� Mr. George, I believe? Of the Great Trust Co.?"   He  was nervous.   He was apologetic. And,  underneath  the eagerness of his appeal   as   mediator,   there   was   something that stirred the wonder of the  young'man,   excited   as  he  was.    It  was  as   though   Wiggln   were   trying  to';'convey''a"'hint  to  him;   trying to  signify  that there was a mutual understanding.  /"I shall seeyou again as soon as  possible," the old man went on. "We  can arrange the matter. I'm' sure we  can." ���������������������������' Again, he spoke with significance. 'He reached down, and took  George's' hand' and : shook it. Then  he turned away. His son had begun  to cry1, threats 'and further insults.  "I .have-just  this much  to  say to  you, sir,'-' said George.   The hot blood  of his youth; rbs'p in him.   He wanted  to  declare  himself  before   them  ail.  He took one step toward ycunp; Wig-  (Continued next  Issue)  ft FOUR  '   ���������   '    1" imiiim i.mi  EDITORIAL.  ABBOTSFORD, U. C.  irMBiMtifrmimi'      wr.i '   wit  WA^-imu^.  steta  =aa=  nnouBr  (Continued from Page Two.)  r  made h'm bitter, and the/ defeat of  his party lias made him sore, .almost unto death���������even political  death. No more "pap" for the  Times; no more slipping into parliament by a round about method��������� Comox way; in fact his influence in politics, either domin ���������  ion or provincial, is less than it  ever was, which was almost! practically nil at any stage of the game  H might be remarked that he and  LEAVE YOUR ORDER EARLY  FOR XMAS CAKE  We can sell it cheaper than you can make it.    leing and decorating done  We also sell Almond Paste all   ready to go on cake 50 cents a pound  Abbotsford, Bakery  msmfflmmm'Mm  Thanking you for the patronage extended during the past year, I wish all  ALBERT  LEE, prop.  mmmfP^'jmj^SMimm!'>s  ductionn as to make It; quite intelligible to a vast audience.^ So plain  ly does he put this lesson before  THE MARKET.  Chilly damp weather, had a r>-  his audience that every intelligent pressing effect on the attendance  person-can begin to train their own nt tnc jjow Westminster market on  .voices both for singing and speak- .p,.iciay last but later in the day  ing after .hearing.it No doubt, the the crowt| wa9 iarge an(i the buy  I'.osbyterian church will be .-rv"vd jng waS b,.igk There Wflfl ih& Ufl-  ori to hear this greatj artls.e. Tick-. 30rtment of offerings in all lines  his followers  are  unpopular even   elg 5��������� cent8 wij lbe 0n sale at the,    uJ the ���������omber 0p piucked cblok.  with   the  Liberal  party  of  B. C. '-iuor ol .he church. ell8 offered was the feature of the  Jf you don't believe the Post ask fl f.av.   Pork at wholesale was  Mr. J. Bousfield will have, a  Kelly.   Now  Liberal   traditions nre  the same, good, as the Tory tradit-  and a  Happy New Year  H. ALANSON  Hardware and Furniture  fes-  aav. iJorK at wholesale was very  plentiful, and veal and beef were  ive Christmas he won the. cake at , ffered in good quantities,!) utmut-  Lee'* bakery. The cake weighed ton was.scarce. No change in, the  ions, when good men handle them, 14 pounds and six persons g'uefis- theprice of meat a( .vholeaalei was  but when a novice like the leading ..^ul. Then it was raffled for. nnoted, with the exception of a  Liberal light (pardon the-expression) o fthe Times makes  a   muss  ��������� 'jgn,������wBtyfT.'j y.TU'.'.u.g.  ".1 ,'.".������������  "N*Mftinian.  there is no use 'getting after a con  temporary in a   country town for  sake of revenge.     < '!_..'  , "How do you like the prospects*  Guess the prospects for the polit  cal future of the ex-pet( of ,the Liberal parity is not very bright. It  r.i  Lessons^ on Singing  b BY CHAS. F. WARD       ���������  LESSON NO. #IVE  In to-day's issue the frth of  flessons  on  singing,   *by  hanger-on  for   ohas. F. Ward, Director oi Lhe Coi-  must be hard to stand on one's own   ^r;on n  feet after being a  so many years.  (slight decline in the price, of meat  Vegetables were quite numerous  and brought good, prices, with but  little variation, though beeta     advanced  and  carrots  declined     in  price.   Eggs sold at 65  cents  per  dozen at retail, and there was' plen  ty o fthem on the market.  ' Christmas  baskets  of     flowers  were the attractionn on the  flor-  a   .'sis'  stands.   They  were    artistic  *���������   and ranged in  prices from' 80 to  . >������������������  " $150, sprigs of toiiy also made Call and Mt prices.  then* appearance for the first time  Geo. Zeigler .  Carriage, House  and Sign Painter  Painting, Sign Wrifio  General repair work  J. E. PARTON  Good Storage Room for  Furniture.  umbia Conservatory of music, Van Ln.;s season, and they Sold readily All WOrk guaranteed  Jt would be well >o������ Liberal .pa-   c������uVQr \B^en'  ,Thef less fs "* ^^ h������Uy ^ tai8t^oe wer������   Abbotsford - .  C.  ,      ,   be found o fgreat value, not only      Following, are the quotations for  per* to  diop .Reciprocity  and  all   ^ the young> bufc tQ, the advanced (he   day;  that  pertains  thereto,  unless   the   singer, a'nd are worthy of careful Be������f������ Pe^ lb  8 l-2c   :o lie  party want to.remain'in oblivion   perusal.   The  first  of  this   series WHUU98ALB MBAT���������  for the next generation or two. Th������  present voter of Canada does nVt  . believe in giving its grand heritage  "for  a   mess  o*  pottage.".      "Thus  it would be'well for, thje/TTimes   to  study  the  British  CoYuanbia   Vole'r  and if possible become;   enthused  with a   like patriotism, thus help-  in gto create new and,', up-to-date  Liberal   principles   to   overshadow  those honid nTory traditiona"    it  accuses the Po/Jt of having.  appeared in the Fraser Valley. Record on November 9th. The aeries  will be continued for sometime,  Veal, small   11 1-2 to 12 l-2c  Veal,  large   ....'..      9c to  10c  Mutton -������������������������������������ ��������� ~ ioc to 11  Pork, per 1B ������������������������������������  121-2 to 13  RSTAIL MEATS-  Beef, best rfb roasts  Beef, loin -...-...a......;  Beef, round steak '���������������������������������������������  Boiling Beef ���������.--������.'���������-;  Jl or it. ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������** ���������  Veal  voice.        *        "*���������;' rr iiW iyaoto "* 15c to 18c  The preamble to the. vooal exer-   ������eeJ' loIn ������������������������������������������^���������r ���������-���������    22c  ...       ���������    ,       ���������  ��������� , Beef, round eteak  ���������  18c  cises is, to create a   suo-conscious    ���������     '      _.   . .... v  of   the   parts  mentioned���������mental ������������^ng��������� Beel "���������"������������������-"��������� ** V*  ,. :���������   r.��������� ������������������,,   ���������r -.   ...  , Pork.��������� .,.   ...igc  to  20c  tnerapeutics."   We must think  as ...                                   .   ,   .          **  . '      ���������. . , Veal ��������� i  15c   m 20c  we *uig.   We must analyze or ex  Mutton  :..��������� ���������,... l2c ������, ^  plore   ourselves    au'o-^unsciousiy.   Young: Lamb --.���������.i... ....'Ue'to'lM  This does not mean that there must   Dressed "chicken, per lb  ���������   &Sc  always' be   a   thinking  for  place   VEGETABLES,   Retail-  Eventually the act becomes mother;   Vegetable Marrow  ��������� ���������  10c  to the thought, as" it, becomes     as   CarrotB  per eack  ���������... T5c  natural to  use correct placement   Um������ns> h lbs for ���������-:������������������ 25e  as it is nacural to walk.   Upon the   Oi'ecn Corn, doz  5c  visible law of vibration depends   Cabbage each  5c to������ 10c  11          -a    mu    u                       ���������    i.u      Potatoes,   sack      ���������   $1j3!j   to   Sl.-iO  ail sound.   The ihuman voice js the   r, ,    ',.___ , v v  ���������������>/��������������������������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������������* ������������������������    Qfc  WATCH ABBOTSFORD GROW  Matsqui   Hote  MISSION CITY. B.C.  This hotel makes a specialty of  home-like comforts for Commercial  Travellers.     Comfortable  sitting-  room and. best of  hotel service.  Cuisine Unexcelled.  Rates: $1.50 to $2 per day  CHAS; E. DeWITT, Proprietor  result of the vibration of the vocal  iigaments, together with the air wo  uiti&ihe, also a re-vibration in  the thin walla of the head and the  inroat.  In order to gain tone quality or  resonance, we must understand  how vibration and re-vibration is  developed at or in the. nasal cavities. Inn order to place or. discover these different places we must  constantly think or imagine. By  cultivating desirable qualities, -tt-  tributes, beliefs and customs, we,  increase the brain areas devoted.to  these various faculties, and in time  ��������� ������������������ fH   ��������������������������� ���������<  Carrots, bunch -������������������ ���������  Beets, bunch  ���������   Turnips,  sack     farsley, .bunch  ���������  lCa:gs, retail per dozen  Butter, retail, per lb  Oniuns  per sack.   Honey,  per  lb   ������������������.���������   Hens,  small      $6.50 to  Hens small, retail  Hens, large  :  liens, large, retail  Chickens^    Broilers    Ducklings - ���������  Pullets   75 to  M*.   j   r>   j)   Mn\,iqi!,nd.  fv<rn  r  .Ai^n^Mty worM rpnownpd tenor  vociUst  and  voice   BDeciiiiut      ������.f ions or cavity above thei top teeth  London. England is to  give     his always thinking  as  much  of   the  world   famous  public   lesson   and vowel "e" as possible, -ing on this  demonstration on voice production line from the top of '.ha:head   to  Jor singing and speaking  in  Ab- the cushions ofthe teeth, the word  KnUford on December 27th in the "pooler".   3tar(C   on \npg)er   noies,  P-oqbvterian church. carry  them'���������well down, retaining  Everyone     in     the    community Bime quality 0 ftorie pj-oducecfc on  .musical and unmusical, witt be' de- top on each and every uote o[ th&  !;r:hted (that  arrajngelmenTtfa 'fcava scale.   Sing sustained toneB with  k-^n mqde for Mr. McAusland to  ���������m. ���������V  ,i    ���������    , , .... ^ . ,   Ducks    ���������.-.  #10  to $13  desirable qualities are strengthened Turk        hve wei^t      J lb ....^  ana the undesirable qualities   and  habits may be eradicated, fo if we  think of place and quality we wiil  '^   find place and develop quality. The  Sun-day  School children  of  Exercise for frontal position and tI,e Presbyterian church held their  nasal   assistance.   Think   a   direct ^hrietm'as tree ������ate^iaffient  line from above the ear to the cush   Friday evening.  -o ���������  Miss Bell Elliot spent last week  end with her parents here, leaving  Tuesday morning for Vancouver.  50 to $8.50  ��������� ��������� $7 to  8.50  to. $L2  ��������� $6 to $8  ��������������������������������������������� ,.$4 to $5 ,  ��������� $7* to   0  give his world famous song demonstration and public lesson on  voice production in the Presbyterian church on December 27tH at  8 <p.m. This flong demon.stration  has ceated world-wide interest. Sir  McAusland whose own voice is.of  ���������I>hejn.oimenal   range, 'sEretotglfch, and  for the "������������  of "e", which is at the top of the  top of the teeth or just above, in  all worda or combinations of con-  aonants and vowels.  First-class Watch Repairing at  ���������sweetness has made a   life     long Campbell's the     iWatchmaker,   in  ������tudy of the human Voice., and waa Clark's Shoe Store.  leading  tenor isoloist   ia      Italian ���������   Grand Opera and had himself the  same lessons as were given to Jen- ���������      Mr. Davis, student of Weatmin-  ny Lind, the greatest singer th.it atter Hall wiU assist Mr* Campbell  ever lived.   He has so  simp.'ififcd Sunday evening and preach  tne Italian method of  voice pro- sermon.  iNEW map of Abbotsford  Blueprints of the new. map of Abbotsford, price one dollar, can now  be obtained at the office of Messrs  l\reath  touifween  ea.ch   tone.   Try> .Henderson".and Taylor, Civil En-  *--- "-- "e" place or the placement   gineers, Abbotsford,  a  All roads lead to Abbotsford, success  and happiness.  For the Residence,  Store or Office.  Convenience      Comfort  lectric Piwer  For Factories and  Industrial Plants  cononty  Erals tmers and fwiera! ^reetors  Vancouvar, Office  and chapel���������-  1834. Granville St.,    Phpiw 3488  the  Stf������Mrtii Vancouve'r,       OfTfc'e    and  ttbapel 116 2ad st. Phon* 134  Attention will bo given to all appKcations for service from our lines.  Address all enquiries to  Light and Power Department  Holden Block, Vancouver. >  uifi'bia Electric Railway  n  i  iW  y  *  m  ������  H.  ?/-.  S������Kj!ESH2!E5W^F  &W3&������fflt&tff^^


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