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 ~r-  V  ^  ^ *"*  I  i  %���������  y'J  <..--!  <?3  OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE GRAND LOYAL ORDER OF BOOSTERS  Vol. VII., No.    4.  ABBOTSFORD,   B,   C, FRIDAY,   DEC. 19 1913  8  ���������  $1.00 PER YKAB  -^  SCHOOL BOARD IN -,  REGULAR SESSION  To our many- Friends, and a  :-i-.-s?  "%,  L MATTERS  I  . (From present ''indications arid rumors  that are being circulated, the forthcoming municipal elections for reeve  and councillors Jn Mafsqui Municipal-"  ity will be well contested. The present  holders of office are: .Reeve Merry field,'  Couns. Bell, Melander, Satchel.1 , and  Frederickson. Now rumor *' has it  there will be,-three.contestants for the  reeveship. ^The -ptesent reeve having  already declared himself as a candidate, while the names of Prof. Ghas.  Hill-Tout, ,of; Abbotsford, and Mr. A.  Cruickshanks,,-'of Matsqui, are mentioned as opponents..- ������������������ ,  ���������The   two':?later, gentlemen   are -well  "* known in Municipal affairs, Mr. Hill-  Tout being-'-president 'of-. ��������� the ���������> Matsqui -  Abbotsford--Board of Trade,.'while Mr.  Cruickshanks", -besides being one of the  ��������� school trustees, has held office in the  Matsqui Council before.  In Ward IV. Coun. Bell has decided  to retire from active service, and so  far only one name is mentioned to fill  his place, and that is Mr. Win. Elliott,  of Riverside, a veteran in Municipal  matters.     ''','���������'  Coun. Satche.ll, .in .WurdJ II. is likely  to be opposed by Mr. Angus McLean.  At present there "is no 'opposition to  Coun. Melander-iii",Ward T.  But the big'contest will be in'Ward  III. In this ward Coun. Frederickson  will seek re-election; while Mr. A. Mel  Galium has also declared his intentions  of running, and ex-Coun. Wear may also  enter the political arena.  TRUE BLUE CONCERT  When the members of the Abbotsford  True Blue Lodge make up their mind to  entertain their friends, they do it in  a manner that.leaves no room for criticism. This was clearly exemplified on  Thursday last when the Alexander Hall  was crowded to the doors with an au-.  dience who enjoyed every item on the  excellent programme provided by.the  committee in charge. "Mr. Wooler, of  Peardonvijle, fulfilled the duties of  chairman in his usual happy manner,  and announced the following program:  Song, Mr. Blair; recitation, Miss Slater;  song, Mrs. A. Mclnnes; comic song,  Mr. Hands; Scotch songs in character,  Mr. Walker; recitation, Mr. Colliugson,  of Pino Grove. 'A sketch, "Flannigan  and Finnigan," by Mrs. Eoberts and  Mr. Chapman was very amusing, while  the farce, "An Irish Engagement"  kept the audience in roars of laughter.  The cast was composed of Mrs. Roberts,  Miss Shaw, Miss E.' 'Walters, Mr. T.  McPh'ec, Mr. 0. Hicks'and Mr. J. Kennedy.  After the concert the floor was cleared and dancing was indulged in till  the early hours of the morning, the  temptation of resisting dancing to tho  excellent music provided by, the Dc-  Lair orchestra being too great to make  the happy crowd adjourn earlier.  - The proceeds netted some-fifty dol-,  lars,'which will be used by the order  for  charitable purposes.     ,.  Chilliwnck breeders won nearly all  tho prizes at the Revelstoke poultry  show .  ���������  A . regular, 'meeting' ,of j,tn"e Matsqui  school \ board .was held at,'Clay burn on  Saturday aftornon1/ December 6. All  members of the board werfe present with  the exception of Trustee1 Couroy, who  has been confined to his house through  being injured in falling from the roof  of his barn. Trustee Cruickshanks was  in the chair. .Minutes of; the previous  meeting were  adopted.  Communications were received from  Mr. Robertson, advising the board that  the public works department had been  requested to construct ''I a - four-room  school at Matsqui Village.   ".'  Also that the complaint of the .board  re the poor'quality of the cement work  at the new Poplar school had been referred to the public works department,  and that the providing of; planks to  cross over small sloughs-for children attending the Ridgedale school should be  provided by the council. .-  ���������Fir Tree Lumber Co.,)re -supply  of  wood for the Dunach school.  From    supervising " architect' Public  Works Department,.re matters of com:  plaint by .the .board.in. regard, to.,the  poplar- schools^y,������������<~'~t., .\:<^-.^-^;.;,;;������  ,""' These' communications and a number  of others of minor importance ,was ordered, feyeiced and'filed. -    -.    . - -. ". A-  ^".Mr. Allan Waters, supervising,'architect-Public , Works   Department,.-was  preVentr-at-the, meeting to take up. the  complaints  of' the aboard in  reference  tp the way Messrs. Robison, Bros.,; contractors of'the Poplar school, had not  used materials as specified, and that the  cement work of the basement was-very  unsatisfactory, also the siding was  of  an inferior grade to" what is called for  in the contract.    The board protested  against the building.in the.present condition being turned over to the municipality.  Mr. Waters assured the board that  it was the intention of-his department  to.have the work done as specified.  The board thanked" Mr. Waters for  his visit and the interest shown in the  complaint of the board.  Trustee  Wooler  reported    that - the  "grounds adjacent to the building had  been  left  in  a  very unfinished  state/  but had now been put in proper shape  by the board.  The minutes of the meeting of November 1 were approved on motion.  The Matsqui council's attention will  be called, on motion of Messrs. Beaton  and Wooler, to the inability of pupils  east of Ridgedale schopl to reach the  school, and the hope was expressed that  necessary assistance be granted. ���������  Accounts were passed by payment.  Mr. G. H. Liddell, who has been accountant in the Royal Bank of Canada  here for the past year, left on Thursday for his old home in Halifax, Nova  Scotia.  Mr. Liddell's absence will be missed  in athletic circles, as he was ono of the'  foremost promoters in good, clean spirt,  and his many friends in Abbotsford, including children, maidens, and parents  .of marriageable daughters, testified to  his popularity by decorating his trunks  and other travelling articles, which he  inadvertantly left at the station, with  all manner of cards wishing him "bon  Voyage.';  Mr. J. B. Johnson, of Vancouver, sue-  V -IT"     -s.  ceeds Mr. Liddell as accountant in the  Royal Bank here.  SALE OF IRK  WAS A SUCCESS  The-Sale of Work which was held   -  in the Alexandria Hall on the-afternoon  and  evening  of Thursday, Dec.   11th,  under the auspices of the-W. A. of St.  Matthew's Church, to which we-mad������. ,  passing mention in our' last issue, turned out to be a' very succesuful affair.  There were seven stalls  in operation,  persided over by the following ladies  and  girls:    Plain   Sewing  booth/ Ma-  dames Alanson and King; Notion Count?-  er,- Ida Boulter, Majorie Shaw;,Candy  Stall,  Jean  Alanson,  Florence Parton .  and Eleanor Loveder; Fancy Work Emporium, Vivian Peele, Lillia and  Ger- \  trude Davenport and Mildred Hill:Tout;  Fish Pond, Grace RobertB, Phyllis',Hilt- '  Tout   and  Mable    Davenport;     Seme *  '  Photos Stand' (all the work-of Rev.; C.������  F. Yates), Mrs. P. R. Peele; auchlasfc    .  but not least by any means, Home CookL -  ing Department, Madames Bosfleld nwd'*'. .'  Tulley.      The    cullinary   .Department/   -  which provided"the-many good things, ��������� '-  for the tea tables and suppef',' way inert;  ably   looked   after  by  Madames. Eby,.,  ���������Parton, Barret  and  Miss  Rows; M5*R,-  Hill-Tout.  -Mrs. F. J.' Boyd', to*-whoW '  .untiring "energy much? of the-i?uce������������J>Q������^,  the -sale. was vdne,.:yraa^n^jLhe.J^|^.W!  occasionally here; sometimes '"there-an^-'.  .generally all the time'. " One of :tb'������frieafif \  tures of the sale; was theWeight/^wi^^''  ing  contest -on ��������� a 'four-storey, - lovely:"-'  fruit cake, 'the work" of .Mi# Bbp;';;TOeV^  'lucky winner was Mre.'' Mom;fof;���������H*y-'"  bum;-who��������� guessed" the'net weight^elf. , '  934 pounds.    Some cake for a 10-csat '  guess/    i, ;��������� ' ,  . -At"the close of the sale a-'"feature" "  was pulled off which was not on the  bill. Professor Hill-Tout mounted aT  chair and proceeded to dispose of by  auction of many of the left-over articles  of apparel and some remanents of home  cooking. Some of his commentaries  and displays for effect were quite '' convulsing" and brought forth many, bidders. As an auctioneer of ability the  genial professor has a market scene on  a Friday morning in New Westminster  beaten  a block.  WILL HOLD DANCE  ON NEW YEARS E������������  It has been decided by the Committee '  of Management of the Quadrille Club  to   hold  their  regular  dance on  New  Year's Eve instead of on the 2nd of  January.   In order that the corner stoa*"  of good wishes for a bright and happy  new year can be well and  truly laid  the dance will be prolonged to 1 0 'clock.  It  is  expected  that  this  change  will  prove a most popular one and that there  will  be  a large  attendance  in  conee- ���������  quence thereof.  On Sunday last the C. P. R. put into  effect a slight change in the local time  schedule/, which on tho whola is &  great improvement on the old one. The  7.45 morning train conecting with tho  Aggasiz "local, is discontinued on holidays, train No. 806 leaves Vancouver  daily at 9 o'clock, arriving at Abbotsford 11.33. Train No. 805 leaves Abbotsford daily 2.42, arriving at Vancouver 5,50, instead of 6.30. Train No.  802 with main line connections from  Mission arrives at 4.15 instead of 5.15.  This train is also discontinued on Sundays.  mmmsmmmm������ THE    ABBOTSFORD   POST  -ABBOTSFORD,   B: C.  THE ABBOTSFOKD'TOST.  =*.  Published.Eyery, Friday by The Post Publishing'Company. ���������.  A \vaekly Journal'devotecr to tlie' interests of. Abbotsford and  surrounding'distribt. "' ���������"       - .   ' ���������  Advertising rates :mad'e; known'on application. "  LI?GAli(^ADVERtiSING~12 cents per line for'first insertion,  and 8 'cents' ���������a:'line,"'������or. all sn^seque'ntt''con'secutive insertions.  Our ShiblvSleth���������Neither for iior'agiri the Government.  '*'      ' -EriSay;':-v'Dec.49>('i91-3't"  MOUNT LEHMAN NEWS  i.((liKu<T���������^ *���������*,. "'tttd-* x^u.  THE   MARKET  With the approuoh of tho holiday  Konsonlaslj Friday morning's market  was more active than that of tho last  week, buyers being evidently on tho  lookout for supplies to lay up for tho  Christmas  In nearjy, every -line offerings were  up to the demand however and thero  was no matefiai advance in prices  Veals'- wero'vw-y, strong; - 'so.vehtcen  ccii'.a being paid for good smullfl.' TU  lurg.y veals sold at from' thirtoeu Jo  lift eon" cents "  There was a big  demand for pork  all  morning. .and for a time it looked       as  a I ig hole in the' supply would      raise  ' the price, but with the Coming  of     the  up river boat  "and the B.     C.   Electric  train the 9upply wus greatly   augmented, ahd there was'no raise in price.  T\ViK������'ccnts for choice smalls- and nine  '   to eleven cents'for heavies.    Live  suckling-pigs" from 'six to eight weeks      old  sold'at from   four dollarsJ-and a    half  to fivc'dbllars'each.;' The supply ' ���������  wa  .    goo'd'.'"Vpry little mutton   was offered.  '' The price was" twelve conts.'  There were no turkeys on the 'market  but." quite a number of orders were   taken for Christmas"'delivery 'and'the  pri-  .     ces being'thirty five'cehtB-a'pound | for  .. liyij l-uds and forty cents killed-' and'all  so.plucked., Live ducks sold'' "at prices  ranging   from one dollar'to'one   dollar  and thhity cents    each and' weight"' lnt  ' -'.twenty.to twenty two cents' '"' ��������� -  -,''   There' was little changeinthe   appear  .. am*'of. the "meat stalls 'but all the," but-  ' "dlurs^proinise'a" Christmas display next  ���������'Vm'arket'day".    Their prices were        the  *"' 'Baili'e''as those of last "Week ���������  -.; .".:, jEggs 'bpetieid at"1 sixty, ceh te - - -but   tho  ���������':Vpri^Vcould noVbe Vmiaintained' ten o?-  .-'- 'clock tliyprovailing'figuro :'fifty;five cts  ��������� So'me"f������w:vendors sold out and got-. six  : ���������' ty. cents '-'-' but th'eir eggs "Were selected,  -    arid.'sol'd' to'special'customers.   '- .  .:       Butter was more plentiful 'than'" last j  w<*.������: i but' tho price' of forty 'cents''  "'was  unchanged  1 lie offering  on  potatoes      was the  - smallest' for many months, in fact icon  sisted of one consignment from , Gifford  Other sacke'd'vegetables   were  plentiful   Cabbages sold at'tho dollar    mark  turnips at ~sevcnty:five cents a     sack,  'cairots'at' eighty-five - and parsnips at  severity "Ave." There was a little   celery  ptiered at seventy-five cents per-head.  Th'ero was "a good slibwing'of flowers  chrysanthemum's'and carnations, cut,  .aud begonias ahd'i'crris and" other "'seasonable plants"'"  It is pleasing 'to see such, an interest taken in the schools of the  district, and it is sure to result' \x\  benefit   to the whole district  One af the best advertisements of  a town or district is' a good school  system and this can be., best accom  plished by every person taking 'an  interest in the cost of running the  schools and having good and mod  ern. school buildings, situated at  convenient points throughout the  district.  Thereis.no    question, about     it  but that' the district  has had' "during'the past few years  capable "and  reliable" men at     the head    of the  school system. Anything that they  have done should, bear' the strictest investigation,'with' credit   , to  the board,   and if mistake's"" 'have-  been made,'   through'lack of  judg-  anant or for any Mother cause, these  should,' also bo thoroughly   considered,   for future  guidance.   '     But  .on the whole it- will -be  found the  various boards  have carefully and  conscientiously "-weighed all matters before "acting.  : We believe that when a1 full    and  detailed'statement    as asked    for  has been made public, it will     be  , shown conclusively "that' the' municipal schools are a higher jiro rata  par pupil ' than-the Mission     City  schools.-.;0The centralization  of    a  school system-   of a district     has  been considered the cheapest meth  'od of education,     where that 'centralization has'been workable,    as  to final results  we are'-not   always  prepared to say. '���������        In a graded!  school .the classes are  larger     and  for.o teacher has more pupils under  >her charge taking up the same sub  ject'at the same"time,"and"' there  !may be less 'iad'epehdent'   thinking'  'on the part of the.   pupils than in  I a smaller class."   But the cost   '    of  !ieducation in the'graded '-school    is  i also less:v However' the higher'  cost'"6f the education of the pupils  in theicbuntry schools 'cannot be  remedied'until such .time-' as-the  district becomes' more thickly settled, and'with the increase of the  number bf pupils in a school the  cost pro rata will-diminish.  DEATH   OF   PIONEER  ��������� The deuth orcurred at   Chilliwack' on  Friday'last  bf Mr. Donald 'McGtllivray  ot the agp'of seventy-five''years.-    Tho  lato'Mr. McG-illivray was'ari old      and  respected pioneer of the Valley', coming  here in" 1862.' 'Turing the'    gold  ''rush  he operated a pack train ��������� on   the Cariboo road,' after which'he was ��������� engaged-  in stock raising   on Sumas Prairie. 'He  was the first'magistrate^'and justice"bf  the peace in the New Westminster'-' '"'district,'having been'"appointed   "in  1872,  Ho wasv    ' also police -magistrate "' 'for  Chilliwack-for a'number of'   years.-' In  .1878 he was returned as'a-melhber-'"bf  parliament v:':fdr tlfo: New Westminster  district j   and served one'term/'';     The  .funeral was held on'Monday ,aiid: "Was  largely attended." -  MASQUERADE    AT 'DEROCHE  (From the Faasef~Valley'"Record)  " The question'of'taxation ;h'as always1  ��������� /beo'i a sorious matter   for   tho people.  It has over beoh"th'us since tho days of  the Feudal System.' 'Las*  year Mission  .  municipality" was run under tho    single  .tax-system,.and thiri year   tho    council'  '  reverted to the'"old" method  of  taxing  improvement's.   Taxation "cannot"    be  dono away with "  altogether,     and the  . method that will be the "most ciuit'able  ;.-,lo the tlaxpayer   is   surely the ' "  best  for the upkeep of the rhads, "etc..of   the  ( nuinioipality.       Wo  believe  it   is   better to bo taxed for improvements'" than  it io to borrow   a largo sum of money  . to build roads.   While it   may " appear'  . unjust to    tax a man   for his work yet  ��������� at the same time    it  is also unjust   to  w t tax capital invested  in  u district.  Rut this is a broad matter   and we   do  willingly loave it for. better   informed  l.'uin the editor of this paper"   to   solve.  Tu tlie'manwiib caii: devise :sbmo little  scheme of taxa'ti m' that'will"be   be V'r  The masquer ado ball at' Deroche on  Friday night last1' Was a most. enjoyable one, quite a number from Mission  City attending, and all arc loud in the  praise of the hospitality shown them.  Some of the costumes worn Were exceptionally fine, while tho music, supplied by Blair's"orchestra from Abbot  sford , was'all that   could be desired  The) usual) Hatzic contingent,"     who  are making homes'   for���������no,   not themselves���������-other'-pcbple    "at    Esson'dale,  spent the Week end at home,  incidentally motoring in from the rhubarb metro  j polis, accompanied by as many   of  the  fair sex   as   the* van  (believe us    'van''  is a'good  Word, as  there is   no   differ-'  ency between it and a hay    - wagon," is  tl/ere)  would hold on Saturday night,'  whore they spent a pleasantc"'time   tak.1  ing in .the sights of the city,      also the  moving pictures at the Victor. Theatre'  : (Faom'the Fraser Valley'Record)!  A stately edifice occupies a p'romln-,  'ent position in'tlie artistically decora-'  ���������ted window af our local "drug store." It  isTn fact an exact replica " of a strong-  ly'built lighthouse, ��������� with its searchlight, brightly beaming to guide " the  mariner on his woary way. "But in this  case it is not built bf sandstone vor"gra'-'  nit.e but simply" constructed "out of one  of Mission City's homie products.hamely  the famous brand of Kootonay chocolate, manufactured by tho. Kootonay  Jam Company -here, and.is a work bf  art, but not like other works ��������� of that  description, can be eaten up at any  time without, causing indigestion  to all., a placo of high honor among his  follow man  will s'urely  bo lids ' reward^  I  and a crown of glory  awa'itB iiim  ���������til- heioafter.      '. ���������  ���������.  in  Mission City is right "thero   when    it  comes to discovering things.   After   th'o  discovery   of oil at Hatzic  Prairie      it  oczed out that several of    our   citizens  had visited New Westminster ' and ro-'  corded  a   gold mine,   which    they had  discovered     not many miles Jfrom Mission City.   The    holders of the    claim  are paying nothing but  looking     wise  awaiting an" assay'from headquartetfs.-  Sure M'iwsion is some place!  Nu new" developments have trianspir-  ed ii.regard'to'thod.scbver'yof oil at  Hatzic prairie sinco'last" weed's l issue  of the Fraser' "Vallley"Record,' although  every day sees visitors froni tbo coast  looking the property bver" '"On Monday  la3b two well-known capitalists ' from  V uncouver, Messrs ^Spearing "and Jeffreys, vrisiteri' Mr. Boiichicr and retu)rii  ed with samples of the precious fluid  In .themeant'imo those who have stak  ed claims, adjoining Mr. 'Bouchier's'  have about twenty days to mate good.'  in or they will have' to renew their  loftw ata    somewhat' advanced figure.  FRASER VALLEY NEWS: ITEMS  Tho foundations for the,' C. P. R.  acrosR tiro Pitt river arc expected'to bo  completed by the end of  January.  ���������TheW. C.-P. Company's station at  Pitt river is about completed -  In the ladies basket ball'match last  Friday, "Haney defeated Matsqui by "a  sciorc of tt������n to six.  The ratepayers bf Yarrow   are 'potit-  The Praser-Valley-Presbyterian ' min  isterTal associaciatiOn met'in the riiariso  liero on Monday '"of last Week   and dipV  cussed questions bearing oh-" the social'  Welfare of the Fraser Valley.^  Rev. Js. ,L. Campbell, (������������������ Mrs. Campbell, Rev! J,- C. Alder'and' Mrs. Alder  from Abbotsford and Rev. J. C. Miller, and Mrs.'' Miller of "CI ayburh wore'  present   ,   ,     ,  Rev.'W,. M. Reid'lttd an interesting  di(scusBiion' 'on tho Sabbath; \At ctho  cloio of^a Welpful conference, tea Was  served by Mrs.'Rcid     \ v.  At tho municipal hall on Tuesday  the case of cruolty to animals1 lodged a  gainst Japanese was dismissed'"for the  lack of evidence -  Mr. Peter K&iy has sold his butcher  business to Mr.' Mills of" Matsqui. ���������   ���������  The dance is the order of   the  nights  in this municipality there beiiig four' in  two weeks   The Christy  Minstrel   cbn-  c srt is expected here on* ��������� the  twentieth  v of J amiary 'next year'  The Xmas'tree'for tlie children of the  district is to be held on noxt Tuesday  in tho Orange Hall. All ^children frco  of charge    "  ' Miss Reid is'trainin'g the children in  the hall to net "Hiawatha" tho youn-:  gsto'rs" to sing solos, duet's,'trios, quar  tettos' 'and'ehorusos at tli'o Christmas  tri-e Miss Reid will give" the ' interesting drama ' at tho closing exercises at  tho school . on .Friday,' when a full attendance of parents and friends is expected     k  Abbotsford  Livery, Feed and Sales? Stables  When you require - a comfortable rig;  one that feels good*-arid-looks"good;  ring up1  GUliKIE ������������������ & -' McKENZIE  Now is the time to selecf your Cockrels for  breeding.." We.nave a fine selection of choice  White Rocks to choose from.  PRICES RIGHT :   QUALITY BEST  ���������M���������pjanimiiiiumi.iiiiii wn i       ' /.  List your farms, acreage or houses for'sale With us  Insurance that Insures  For terms and particulars  G^ailum  This is an Age of Useful Gifts���������Every Article  Suggested Here is Useful aiid Sure^to i  Make an Acceptable Present  FOR A  'MAN- ���������  Heavy Bath Robes ?6 00  House  Coats- ,$5.00 to ?6.00  Heavy Leather1"'Club"*- Bag's, r  ..;... j.  ?5.00 to ?12.00  ��������� ^Holiday  Neckwear ^and Suspender   Sets, boxed    50c up.'  Soarf; Pins', Cuff Buttons, Tie  Clips, etc. 'All prices' * '  , ���������* Collar Boxes, "Leather, Suede  -j and Corded Velvet 89c'to ?2  i ���������  ^Travelling ' Cases  -containing '  rComb, 'Brushes'," 'etc:' ' fl.25  ���������j'to..1 ,     ?5.00  HoiiW ' Slipp'erb '' of ' Leather  Kid1 and Felt'$1.25 to $2.00'  ;: Mien's and Ladies' '"Umbrellas  $1.00 tdji..:....r.   $10.00  FOR'A LADY J"'     V  Large assortment of Xmas  Handkerchiefs,'"! to 6 in a  nice box 25c to  $1.50 a box  Back Combs      and' Barrettes  all thene*west-styles--35  cts.-'  to :.  $5.00  Budoir Caps of Flowered  .Muslin' and Chiffon 50cto 75  Silk Head Scarfs, Large variety 65 "cents to '    $5.00  Manicure Sets,' "Ebony and  Ivory--Handles, in Leather"  :Cases; )$1.25    to  ' $3.50  Budloir Slippers'of Fine Kid  ���������and Fell-' $1.00 to   $1.5a>  Bar Pins, -Jabot Pins, Lace  Collars-, Beads, Brooches, etc  All' Prices. -  New"Ladies'"Rest Rooito. Unii  SUMAS.  ��������� er the Rear-Balcony  WASH.  ���������Mr/L.W.WesV of Vancouver, has  -been appointed assessor 'for'Maple  ���������Ridge-district  ' ��������� The season for pheasant shooting has'  closed from Monday - after" a two months   of very good sport  .The provincial government offer to  pay sixty per cent of the cost of the*  proposed schools at Sardis and Rose  dulo  VALUE  OF'. IMPROVEMENTS ' IN  MISSION  MUNICipALITY  . ���������; and MISSION CITY  Municipality   <  Stoltz;Mili '���������  25,200*  Angevine Mill  ,   20,000  Tel. Lignt & Power,  9,500  Townsite   '  W.  Can. Power Co  15,000  Can. Pacific Railway ...        34,000  Mission^ City Water &c; ... 14,000  Telephones  2,500  B.   C. Electric   800  .Total  $631,200  50 per cent $315,600  l  ���������    ��������� -'���������* ,       , ,. W. Can Power Co /......   .  S4.R1 nnrs  toning for anew school^ building' | Can. .Pacific Railway ;;.. '       '  8 mills ...  4 niills ...  llltMMH II  $2524.00  1262.00  f  I  4  ���������8  i  I  I  i  30,000  Total, ,    $3786.00  m  s*ir^  &SSS  M^llMHTOMIMIHIlUMUUBIHMlllMaM^^  ������������������Bffl^ft ft  fPHE^  'ABBOTSFORD   POST.     ABBOflSWrffl), - B.  <5.  ^  rffetthtf*  -*. \..^ImJu  I  w.  5  ens  eckwear ror  Each Tie packed in Fancy Box,  Price 50c, 75c. $1 and  $1.25  Men's Silk Nit Mufflers, 35c. 50c. and $1.00  J A nice assortment of Felt Slippers,  all sizes, for Men, Women  and  Children at the  lowest prices  ��������� GEO.. :C CLARK-.  Essendane Avenue ^ Abbotsfsrd. B. C.  A B BO.TS KQ R D,-, B.JJZi  :i~ i:  .Strictly;-,first-class in every- respect."' The bar-is  stocked, with the best of wines, liquor and cigars,-  * '"���������   R^ATES; $1;50 TO  ^2.00  PER  DAY  A, ^ HENDERSON & SONS PROPRIETORS  A.M. KING  BUTCHER    '  ork, Mutton,   }-:ccf,VcaJ, Tcik ������au������ggei?,  Wesinie  nd Balogna always en hard: '^ Ffsheveiy Thursday  President, Ghas. Hill-Tout   Secretary, S. A. Morley  of Abbotsford, B.C.  Meeting Held First Monday of Each Month  Write the secretary regarding manufacturing sites  with unexcelled shipping facilities and cheap power  or information regarding the farm, and-fruit lands of  11 the district, and industries already established.       Jj  :������E9������  M t yor Baxter of Vancouver, is seelc-  ji.iT i\ second tcr.ai. He is to bo oppose-.1  by (.: 3). ������������������Taylor,-;.editor of the Vancou-  v!!.' World. Taylor was mu'y-.ir of Vancouver for two successive terms, \vh1ich  should be honor enough for ono man  in ono decade, especially in a city like  Vancouver When ho ran against Mayor Findlay lie was badly defeated.'.He  uiMI however appears to have the may  <, [��������� "ing" and cannot get away from  it E very ] arge town or city has one  man among its habitation who wants  tin limelight, thrown on him for public  office.  '������������������/ Mayor.Baxter    has  made  .good; .duriif.g a time,of financial stringency  and( he 'should V be given  another  4erm of,t>tt?ce.   v-     -1 '    :  By MARY: ROBERTS  Gicorge' Wren>-> a lineman: in the em!-'  ploy of the Western Canada'Powcr, Co.  and resident of Port Coqjdtlam, . wa&  electrocuted at Stave'Falls on Thursday last falling from a pole dead into  thd arms of a felldfcv workman,  Copyright.  1910, by.Babba-Me** ,  a rill Co..   ,  ana ho had a tiair nqur alone togetner.  I had known, of course, that It must  come, but under tho .circumstances,  with my whole future existence at  stake, I was vague 83 to whether it  was colored-undergarments on white  orphans or the other way round,  When I got away at last i found Bella waiting for me in, the.hall. Fler  eyes were red with crying, and she had  Hi.crumpled newspaper In her hand.  She broke,down when she tried to  speak; but-1 got the newspaper from  her, and she pointed with one work  hardened .finger, to. a column on the.  first page. It was/the announcement  of Mrs. Butler's tragic ( accldeut and.  the mystery that surrounded it. Theif  was no mention of Schwartz.  Bella told me that she had lived with  ��������� Mrs. Butler since she was sixteen and  had-only left when the husband's suicide had broken up the home. I could  get nothing else out of her. but gradually BelrH's share in. the mystery-was  coming'to light.  Wardrop.was looking better that afternoon than he had .when 1 saw him  before, but the news of Mrs. Butler's  approaching death and.the'manner of  ��������� her injury affected him.strangely. He  had seen the paper, lilce Bella; and he  turned on me almost fiercely when-1  entered the library, 'Margery .was at  -the window. '���������  "is she conscious?" Wardrop-asked  eagerly, indicating the-article in the  paper. '     " .      i  "No, not now; at least, it is not lilie-  ' ly."   r .     , , \    ���������   "���������  He looked-relieved.   Then���������he paced  - the", room .nervously,.,;'.His! nest action'  .showed the-development;'of *> resolu  rtion, for he pushed forward two chairs  ; for Margery and myself. -     '       '.  ' "Sit down, both of VonC'*-he'directed.;  "I've got a lot to say, andX.want you  both   to   listen.   When   Margery   has'  heard .the whole story she-probably  will-despise-me for the rest of her. life.;  I.can't help Jt.^  I've got to tell all'i'  know.-and.it isn't so much, after all.  ���������y0u didn't'fool me'yesterday,  Knox;  I  knew' what that doctor was after B  But  he couldn't make  me1 tell   who  killed-Mr. Fleming because, before God,  I didn't know.  "I have to go back to the-night Miss  Jane disappeared���������and that's another  thing'that .has driven me desperate.  Will you tell me why I should be suspected of having a hand in that when  she had been a mother to "me? If she  is dead she can't exonerate me; if she  is living and Ave-find her she will tell  you what i tell you���������that I know  uot.hing of the whole terrible business/,  "I am quite certain of that. War  drop," I interposed. "Besides, I think  I have got to the bottom of that mystery."'  Margery looked at me quickly, but I  shook my head.    It was too early to  ..���������tell my suspicions.  ���������"The things tliat;looked black against  me  were  bad  enough,  but they   had  ��������� nothing to do with Miss Jane. 1 will  have to go back to before the njghl  she went away, back to the time-Mr.  Butler was the state treasurer and  your father, Margery,.,was his cashier  "Butler   was .not  a   business   man  He let too much responsibility lie with  his subordinates, "and then, according  to the story, he couldn't do much any  how  against  Schwartz.    The cashier  was  entirely   under  machine coiirrm  and   Butler was  neglectful.    You   n������  member. Knox, the crash when thn������������  banks, rotten to the core, went : under.  and It was found a large .amount oi  slate money had gone, too,?,   it wn������  Fleming   who   did   it    I   am   sorry.  Margery, but this is no time to. mince  words.   It was Fleming who deposit  ed the money in the wrecked banks.,  knowing what would happen.    When  the  crash  came  Butler's sureties  to  save themselves confiscated every dol  Jar he had in the world.   Butler went  to the penitentiary for/six months on  some minor count, and when he got  out.   after   writing   to   Fleming   and  Schwartz protesting his innocence and  asking for enough out of the fortius  they hiid robbed him of to Bimnr-rt. his  *wm rti.i.     i pin    ������M^toinaMg>������  wife, he milieu niiu&eu. -. Clio While  Cat."  Margery was very pale, but' quiet  She eat with her fingers locked In her  lap and her eyes on Wardrop.  ' "It was a bad business," Wardrop  went on wearily. "Fleming moved  Into Butler's place as treasurer and  took LIghtfoot as his cashier. That  kept the lid on. Once or twice when  thero was an unexpected call for funds  the treasury was almost empty, and  Schwartz carried things over himself.  I went to Plattsburg as Mr. Fleming's  private secretary when- he became,-  treasurer, and from the first I knew  things were even worse than the average state government,  "Schwartz and Fleming had to hol<!  together. They hated each other, and  the feeling was trebled when Fleming  married Schwartz's divorced wife."  Margery looked at me with startled,  Incredulous eyes. What she must have  seen confirmed Wardrop's .words, and  she leaned back in her chair linip and  unnerved. But she heard and comprehended every word Wardrop was saying.  "The woman was a very ordinary  person, but it seems Schwartz; cared  for her, and he tried to'stab Mr. Fleming shortly after the marriage. About  a year ago; Mr. ��������� Fleming said another  attempt had been made on hi3 life with  poison. ,.Thlngs were-not going-well*  at the treasury.. Schwartz and his  crowd were making demands that were >  hard to supply and behind all that  Fleming was-.afraid to go out alone at  bight He employed a ��������� man to. pro-. t  tect him. a man named Carter, who  had been-.a bartender In Plattsburg.  When things began to happen here in  Manchester he took Carter, to the home  as a butler. .-.  "Then the Borough bank got shaky.  If it went down there would- be an  ugly scandal, and Fleming'would go.  too. His'notes for half a million were  there, without security, 'and he dared  not show the canceled- notes he had  with Schwartz's indorsement.  "I'm,not proud ofcthe rest of the  story. Margery." , He stood looking  down at her. "I, was engaged to marry  a girl who was everything on earth to  me. and���������I was private secretary to  (he state-treasurer, with the princely  salary of such a position.   -  "Mr. Fleming came back here when  the  Iiorough-bank  threatened failure  and tried'to get money enough to tide  ov,er the trouble.   A half million would  .nave doneitf but, he couldn't get.it.  He 'was. 'in- Butler's, position exactly,-  ,.������nly' he was.guilty and Butler.was in-  cio'-ein.   He ruLsed'aUlttle.money here,  and--! went to Plattsburg with seeiiri-  Ties and .letters.. It"isn't necessary .to  go.over the thing's I suffered-there. ��������� I'.  drought back $110.000 in a package. In  . my -Russia ;!eather bag.   .And���������I hadl  "<?b'mething>Ise." ��������� ���������    ,.  He wavered for the first time', in his  reoiral."   He went on more rapidly-and ���������  without looking ateither-of-'us.'-   -l    .  "I carried, uot in the( valise, a bundle  .>t letters, five in all, which had- been  .vritten by lienry nuuer to Mr, Flera-  ug. letters that showed what a dupe  Butler" had   been. - that  he  had   been  ���������negligent. :b'ut not criminal; accusing.  Fleming  of  having, ruined, him .and  lenianding certain  notes'.that -' would*  oave proved it.    If Butler could have  produced the letters at the'time of his  ���������'.rial   thiugs ,would have  been  different."  "Were you going to sell the letters?"  Margery demanded, with quick scorn. ���������  "I intended to. but���������I didn't, it was  a little bit too dirty, after all' 1 met  Mrs. Butler for the second time In my  life^at the gate down there as I. came  up from the train the night I got here  from riattsburg. She had offered to  buy the letters, and I had brought  them to sell to her. And then at the  last minute riled. I said I couldn't  get them-that they were locked in  the Monmouth avenue- bouse. 1 felt  like a cad. She,wanted to clear her  husband's memory, and 1-well.. Mr.  Fleming \\i\* your father. Mnrgury. 1  .���������ouldn't hurt you like that."  -  "Do you think Mrs. Butler took your  feather bag?" I asked.  "I do not think so. It seems to be,  Che only explanation, but I did not lot  It out of my hand one moment while  we were talking. My hand was cramp-  ed from holding it when she gave up ,  in despair at 'last and went back to" the  city."   ''���������'���������    '��������� ��������� '" ���������"''���������" ::: - >'���������''."'    .'���������   .     .  "What did you do with tho letters-  ahe wanted?"  "I kept tluHii.with me that night and  the next morning bid them in the se.,-"  cret closet.   That was when I dropped  ray .fountain pen!" ''-'���������.-..;  "And iho pe:irls?" Margery asked  "When did you get them, Harry V"  To   my   surprise   his   face   did���������'.-npt-;,  ' hauge'.  '������������������Two days before. I left,"  he said.  We;.':w������'.ri'|:; using' every:method^to. get  joney. and your I'ath6r:ysaid to s.ipH-*  ��������� -Jce.llieui.if necessary."  ���������   "Mv father!"        ^\   '.  "Did You Think I Stole ThwnW  ' 1   I  He wheeled on us both.   ������-  "Did you think I stole them?"- h������ fio- -, -.  banded. "And I confess that-1 was'���������"������������������  ashamed to say I had thought precle������*  "ly that '"  "Your father gave me nine unmoaafc-"*'  ted pearls to sell," h������ reiterated.    "I  got about a thousand dollars for them  -eleven hundred and .something, l* W'-J;.  lieve."  I think-Margery was ^fairlyf'Btnnneaou,'!.  to learn-that >her father:hadxmarriefi/vaj:  again, that he had been.the'.keyBtoa9,.r?Ft v  in an arch .of villainy .that ,wjh;h,,b!m;; ,;,.,  goae, was<now.about-to fall and t^Wt,.,;.,  sociate him with so small and mean a '  thing as the theft of a handful of" ���������'���������  pearls. - ' . ,  "Then,;*  I  said  to  bring ^Wardrop<^ <  back to his story, "you.foundjyou'jhafi i>\.  been robbed bf the-money,- andMyouj.T  went in to.tell Mr..,Fleming. r,-^ou;had^,u ���������  some words.,didn't,you,?", ;-    --. -  "He thought :what.you all .thought,'.!.;..  Wardrop said, bitterly. ' "He accuBed,;   ",  me of stealing'the money. ,f felt^wbrM'-"''  than a thief. - He was desperate,- anflc-i-'v  1 took his revolver from him.   . .   ' ,  . "I came' back here to Bell wood, and  the first thing" 1 "learned-was- about' V  Miss:.Jane.   , When ,:1 .'saw-.!(the blpod1^.  print pnsthe "stair .rail \ thought she   '  was,murdered; and.I ;had more.thian;I:- -  . could ;starid.," I took the letters put- ������*'���������''  the secret closet before I could show Ji  to you and'.Hunter.vandv";later I.priti'i  them in the'leatherbag I gare-yoii.-aad'--^  . locked. it ��������� ��������� You ha^������ iC haven't 'yotai -"  ���������Knox?". ������������������ .".   ;,.../" '; \ "..  ;I nodded, -r      '. ��������� ' '   ��������� '~ -  -..������'As for: that; bight .at the iclu b, -I.jtoidy,\  the truth then, but not>air,tbe.troth7;t I.  suppose I am a; coward, .but-1 - was j _'  afraid to.   rf~.you knew Schwartz you'O  would understand." . -    ���������  With the memory of this huge figure  and the heavy, undershot face:.that ���������-! (  had seen the night before I:cou|d.un-.,;  derstand very well, knowing. Wardreik  .  "I" went- to that room at the .Whiti -;  Cat that night because~I'was;afraid>-:; ���������"  not to:go.'; ,Fleming might .kill .himaell-Y  or some one else.' I' went up' the.staira^..  ^lowlv. and I  heard no shot;   At the*  door;-rlipslt;ated. then opened it quiet-./  iy" The oo'or uittf the built in staircase-.;  was just closing.   It must have taken     .  tiie bply hu instant to realize what had  happened.   '"Fleming was-swaying forward as I caught him. - I jumped to  the staircase.and looked down, but I  was too late!    The door be low  had  e!o?ed.   I knew In'.another minute who  had been there and escaped.'   It was .  raining, you remember, and Schwarta  had   forgotten   to  take  his  umbrella  with his name on the handle." i  "Schwartz!" '  "Now do you understand why I wanting   followed?"   he   demanded. j,-."I   .'  have   been   under'surveillance' every .  minute since that night   There's probably some one hauginga round the gat������  now.    Anyhow I was frantic- I saw  .iow it looked for me, and If I had  brought Sihwartz into it 1 would hare  ijeoti   knifed   In   forty-eight hours.    I  'iprclly remember what I did. \l knovfl  I run for a doctor, and I took the TWJ-  hrf'lla with me and left it in the rettl-  ���������Sule of (!:e; first house I saw with a  :oc;tor's 'sign.'   I rang/the bell like A  ���������razy ,niari.  and   then  Hunter cam������  .longaud said to go back;; Dr. Gray; ���������..���������}.  -as at the club. '-  . "Tli.it is all 1 know.   I'm not'iroua     .  ��������� it. Margery, but It might;aavebecs  .vm:5;e. and it's the truth,   it clears up   ';���������;  o\'ucln1itif.vlnirviu>fr^..J?t?dbe8a*t tell    ;;  ������������������������������������here...Aiint Jane is of'who has th������  nirlred thousand.   But It does sho%   y  -!io killed - your father.    And if. you   .  uiow what is s-rv>d feff Von, Knp^:, you  (Continued next; Week?)  =53?'  ���������IVsifl  l^ro rrfrD    ABBOTSFORD   POST 'ABBOTSFORD,   B.   C.  LOCALS  Mr. Peterson is   erecting'  a   new  residence. ���������    Who is the  lucky girl?  Mr. J. McCallum has returned  home from a th.ee months' trip to  his old home in Taunton, Mass.j  Mess. Gray and J. Godson are  home for the holidays from attending- the assizes as jurymen at New  Westminster.  An( excellent program in being prepared for the concert at Straiton next  Monday night. A dance will follow the  concert, the music for which will bo  supplied by  tho LoLair orchestra.  MAKE YOUR HOME  A PRESENT  of a bath-tub; see to it that bath-room has  the proper fitting^, and that the plumbing  is in good order.) Our tubs and bathroom littings arc thoroughly up to date,  and our plumbing work invci" fails to satisfy the man moot-hard to please. When  you want plumbing done, we can save  you money.  WM. ROBERTS  Plumbing Shop  Old Creamery Bldg. Abbotsford  MAY HAVE A BRICK SCHOOL  The good people of Kilgardc, being  embibed with thhc Christmas spirit,  gave a, most enjoyable concert and  dance in that rapidly growing town on  Friday evening last, which was most  enjoyable to all who had the pleasure  of attending., DeLair's orchestra furnished their usual excellent music for  the dance, and the numbers had to be  cut short on acount of the numerous  encores received.  Mission,Bachelors Entertain  The young bachelors (this is probably the last time some of them will get  the chance to be called that) entertained their fjriends at a jolly dance ��������� in  the Imperial ballon Friday eveninglast  When it'comes down to a classy evening's enjoyment, these Bachelor Boys  have all other organizations relegated  to the discard, those who had the plea  "sure of ���������'attending will testify. -" The  music was superb���������what else.could it  be, when Prof. Bannister's four-piece  orchestra was in attendance, while the  floor was in excellent shape for tangos  bunney-hugs and ragging. Everyone  is hoping the boys will be able to  "comc;bivck'.'_   again  As will be seen by notice elsewhere,  the provincial government are calling  for tenders for the erection of a four  roomed school for Matsqui. In   the  past all the rural schools constructed  bv the government have been of frame  but it has been learned from authentic  sources that the new one contemplated >t Matsqui, will be constructed  of brick, it is the intention of the  government in future to have all the  school buildings constructed of brick  In the case of Matsqui, tenders for both  brick and frame will be invited 'so as  to estimate the difference  in cost.  The schools    throughout   the. Valley  ar > all constructed on the same architectural lines and present a very attractive appearance, but with the cstab  lif-hmcnt of brick buildings the boauty  will be giro'atly emVanced, while the  danger of loss through firo will be  greatly reduced.  SOME MILK PRODUCER  Our old friend "Kube," who has been  leading the simple life in the jungles  around Sumas Lake, was a visitor to  Abbotsford on Thursday. Anytime you  hear a good hearty laugh on the street  you can make it' down that "Rube" is  in town.  ���������     - ���������  -  '   - -  ���������Qar^jttustirated Catalogue is Full of  - Sii'ggfestidh^^ for-"those who must '  -Biiy ��������� * '-Christmas' ' Gifts "  Henry. Birks & Sons, Limited is a firm that is known from the  Atlantic to the Pacific as a firm which gives sure and honest values ;  to all .buyers of Jewellery, Diamonds,  Watches,   Silverware,   Cut  Glass and leather Goods.  ,; Our big Vancouver Store, which is British Columbia's store,  is one ofthe largest, best stocked in the world, and certainly there  is nothing in America which excels it and it's service. This store  is your store. To all out of town orders for Christmas Gifts we  pay.-strict.attention, and can give British Columbians quicker re-  tufiiVand better value for their money than any other store in the  Dominion. If you have-not received our Illustrated Catalogue  write" for it today. There is lots of time yet to make your selections from our large stock if you hurry:���������Write us today.  HENRY bIrkT&TsONS, LTD.  Jewellers and Silversmiths  GEO. E. TROREY,  Managing Director  VANCOUVER,   B. C. _  jj.  CMENEMY  Horseshoer and General  Blacksmith  A Good Stock kept for Carriage and Wagon  Repairs.  First-class Carriage Painter in  Connection  '   No wonder that the members of tho  Farmers'   .Institute   of _Sumas   Municipality  have  asked  the  Provincial  government  to   supply   them   with   a  competent  lecturer  on   the   art  of  modern  dairying.    There is no   doubt  that  the  farmers of  Sumas  Prairie are  familiar  with the art of treating (not at the bar)  a   cow as   she should  be, so   that   the  luciou's  flow  of milk will be forthcoming in order that the laurcntia cream, as  thick as foam on'the product that made  (g) runes stout, will be supplied in quantities so as  to lower the high cost of  living,  but   when   it  comes  to  a  city,  where the inhabitants are familiar with  the milk of human kindness badly adulterated,  and  cream  an  unknown  quantity, and become envious of the farmer's   calf,   who   can   drink   his   fill   at  will  of  the   purest,  richest; milk,' it  is  about time the powers that be stopjted  in and' made known the secrets of perfect dairying.   'Of course, if our genial  station   agent can   make  a  success   of  dairying with one cow, is that any reason  why a fullgrown "Birdie," whose  large warehouse is stocked with Brewers' Mb.lt grain, corn, chop-feed, rolled  pats,  lead  pencils,   baled  hay,   kittens,  electrical    choppers,    fertilizers,    duck  eggs; chickens, with or/without feathers,  protectographs, sewing needles, egg producers, and ���������numerous and various-other.  articles, should make a. success of one  cow grazing oh'a 2x4 city lawn. .  ,  , The Post has. much -.pleasure in, announcing .that Mr. :J. J-.' Sparrow, .the  feed and'grain merchant,.,of .the Lower  Fraser Valley, has purchased, a'thoroughbred, -milk-producing Jersey - cow for  family" use only.    ,.       . ',. ��������� ,  Mr. Chapman, of the A. T. and  T. Co., was a visitor'to the coast  this week,  Henderson & Taylor  (Associate   Members Can.   Soc. C. E.)  Civil Engineers  R. A. HENDERSON  B. C. LAND   SURVEYOR  Office, next P. O.. P. O.Boxl 1  Matsqui   Hote  MISSION   CITY, B.C.  M. MacDoriald.   H. "Watson, Mgr.  EUROPEAN PLAN  Rates 50c, 75c and $1.00  per day  First Class.Grill and.Bar in Connection.   Free Sample Room.  The leading Commercial  House  of the Fraser Valley.  Porfer meets all trains  Eo O. Bnindage  Painter and Decorator  "  If you want any artistic work in  Painting, Paperhanging and Decorating give us a call.  Practical work at practical prices  Gladys Ave. '��������� - ���������  Abbotsford  GOOD THINGSFQRXMAS  Call in and have a'look at our Christmas:  ��������� Goods,    No trouble to show them;  Almond Paste ready to go on your  cakes, 50 cents per pound  Bring along your cakes and have them iced ready  for Christmas  ALBERT LEE,  The Abbotsford Baker  If you .want the best in  House Painting Paper Hanging  Kalsoming and   Graining  and Carriage Painting  go to  ABBOTSFORD DECORATING Co  W. Davey, Manager  Workshop in rear of S. Kravoski's  Blacksmith Shop.  FERTILIZER  Presbyterian Church Notice  Abbotsford  Pastor���������Rev.'J. L.  Cam bell,  B.  A'., B. IX  Setrvices���������Sunday  Bohool  10  a.m.  Public iW'arislhip 11 a. m.  Teacher training class 3 p.m.  Public iWoirsfhip 7.30 p. m.  Choiir Practice, Friday .8 p. in.  Meeting  far  Bible    Study    and  Prayer Wednesday 8 p. m.  Huntingdon  Sunday School, 2.15 p. in.  Public Worship 3.30 p. m.  So 3   Bates   for   Shooting  Notices.  The   market   -  '  Abbotsford Feed Store  Builder and Contractor)  Estimates Given Free     V  Phone Connection       Mission City;  zap  N.  1     s--- ���������    *    \  City Blacksmith SJiop and Carriage Building  S. KRAVOSKI PROPRIETOR  For Horseshoeing, General Blacksmithing,  Wagon-Making and Repairing, Carriage  building   and   Expert  Carriage Painting  us a Trial  We will use you right.  S. Ki  Abbotsford  ELECTRIC   APPLIANCE   SALESROOM  For the convenience of its patrons residing in the central- section of the South Fraser Valley the B. G. Electric has opened a  salesroom and display of electrical appliances at Abbotsfard, adjoining the B. C. Electric station.  The salesroom will be in charge of Mr. F. C. Wiggins, a  representative ofthe Light and Power. Department, who will also  deal with questions pertaining to the Cempany's light and power  lines throughout the central section of the valley.  A visit to our Abbotsford Salesrooms will be interesting.  You can then see for yourself how Electrical appliances can save you time, labor and money.  The company has also established salesrooms   in New Westminster, on the second   floor of the B. C.   Electric  block and at  Chilliwack.. " .  B. C.  ��������� ���������4  J  "''J  I  ���������M  1  I  ' W E

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