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 Vol.IV.,'No. 8.  ABBOTSFORD, B.C., FRIDAY, DECEMBER,. 29,: 1911  &>8,r,       $1.00. PER.. YEAR  SESSbSSi  ���������M^MMMMSfi  m**  9 I  THE MARKET.  RUNNING POR REEVE' *  OP SUMAS MUNICIPALITY.  Last,-Friday  "morning  the    New      s '    \Vcstmn3ter market was thronged      Mr., J. L. "Atkiiiaoin ^as in >tqwn!  with people looking for bargains ,.<���������>������. Thuffiday^. He^ eaid he.^wa,s M. ^^fci&J ^tensT  lor their  man ya   day has* the marked'been  crowded with offerings and. with  MATSQUI ITEMS-   o        ^    '  Theresa to-be a public meeting  in the Marsqui public hal^ on Friday ,night' at. 8  o'clock  to dicuas  Councillor**  Christmas feast.  Not   for  >e inning for Jhe reevohip- ,0*;---A,������h,- Cruickshank -and-the. Reeve  year, and (hoped ,to    win again a*"  his opponent, ,,wliich he. -stated was.,  so far as he knew the present reeve{  A very lively cojite&t is expected.  i I  Wednesday, Jan. ^3rd , Remember.  NEWS PROM-CLAYBURN  buyers  and  spectatota.   As befit-  't]ng the holiday -season, many  of  the .stalls were decorated with flow  ers and foliage.   Aside from" .   the*  iarge crowd and the numerouS| of-  lei\ngs the -feature b fthe market  was the iarge amount of plucked  -turkey, chicken, -geese and duckB    on .me various stalls. In nearly. A fewnighta-ago "the,* inhabitants  ,ev*3iy section of the m'arket; pluck of Clayburn/���������wete rudely arouaed  ed fowl of, some, kiwi was on sale. by .some .one,calling to* help. The'  Turkey ranged in price- from , 32 . barber ^ ^&d caught on fire  to -40 cent* per pound, chicken. 25, through-a faulty atove ani , be-.'  also the same for geese, while ducks fore any(me ^ noticedL it ��������� the-  sold at 30 cents per. pound.. Retail, whole.building > flames. Mr  meat was as plentiful aa ever/and filmer Hartnel the owner wassleW  sold at the,usual prices, Wtole-. iIlg. upstairs ��������� and found it neces-  sale meat was pretty, scarci, * h������ne.  being no beef at alfc on fae market ,  and very little mutton, though .  pork and veal waa very pfentiful  ...u change in the prices, was noted o������ the usual varieties-were can  nave. attend.- Everything, bids fair to be a hpt.old  time;./.All voters, are expected to  be. there and express their- opinion  and give the mimnicipal - officers  ' of fibers'particular- fits, and try, to  ���������-"make "believe .they deserve * it  whether-or, ao(t '������������������ - The public are  expected to think up all * the sins  of- omission'as well-as^ commission  a'nd try to corner th������ 'speakers/  *"   Mr. J. Hargitt is trying* to make  relieve he intends to be, a* candidate "for Reeve.   (Councillor*Aish in-  tend&.to'be a   candidate'for Councillor for. ward four-iannd.- C. Bell is  .already canvassing 'for himself for  candidatte-fox-the isame1 ward.     , .-  *���������"*>.'������*.'  .- ';>������'���������'  ' /  * Sit  t .IB  VI  Ss  <���������������  ,*:,V  sary to pick up  tmake.* a ' h(atsty- retreat  burning floors. . The villag  soon upon the ecene and  direction of Mr. J./B. Miller  found  it neces-      The C/N. R.-Lta rushing'theii?work ���������/<.'     V   \rJsl  this��������� clothes     and' of construction^m'this , vicar* yXat- *"<- \.-;- '-.., '<"-]#&���������!  sfts-mSP- --e: A- ^3E3-lni?ifl^������Mfr .9 ess  -   -"Imk *v v .--;-"^SSBfi^fr*?1^ir������^^rii^!^''fl5i  ABBOTSFORD and HUNTINGDON, B: C.  .���������r ^<  . , ..      The building'..was, !fuyy'y covered  Ridge'poultry^-aBSociatiqn,was fo*cm  tiieir'."by/insurance; through, the>Copper; "ed, ahd^arranngements ,werie,*macle  ~ "      "' "'"i     ��������� '  -        -     - ���������    siupping of grain to. be dis- near future.  f  Mww^iJiWBg^itxTOBmn^iBWimaBaataa  en's Hats, Stetson  3:99  ...    , ,   ., --.,���������..   -bucket brigade 'thaf more f!d*amage'-: r''  u us.not very brisk-at;-.that, ��������� Apt-- ,vaa :noV'd^.' It^ was'-enlcdurag-A -An enthueiastic-meetingW Ham-  pies sold readily by ..the, box at-^g.^ "hote'hbw^iilihgi the" menimundland Haney, poultfymen was'  prices ranging from;'$1.75 to"$2.00 were'to" work'wheii i'" leaiier::came' held the other day in the Municipal  ana the same fruit Boldt at 25'centfl ���������' 'al^"# ������     .   - *..   " "   ^ ���������:'-'��������� - _ Jiall with the result that' the Maple  per" basket, at' the  etalls.- iVeget-    ''   "'    "   ables at retail did not .show,  a**ual variety, but the quality-was " ^eldTnTompany.Tnd^Mr"* Hartnel   for.^he slii]  very good and the quantity.>a������  expects to erect'-a .new. building' t'ributed amo-ng.the poultrymen. A  "'  wholesale rate ehould help .out and  ������tio*w to the patrons whaA it is to  ���������.  ,      ,   .    T.     ���������  ,   ._ , ' belong to the association.    '  .Cars  Wednesday, Jan. 3rd -Remember. ,^ ������ .^.J^ ^ ^ ^ ^^  It is the intention to; hold .apoultry shbw-.annually undlerthe patron  .age;of the ^government The. associa  tiqn;wiii,be affiliated with the Pro-  vinciaPassociatii^-,    -  Ihe .folio,wing were     appointed* provisional officers;  fresident?r-A. S.'-Rankin  "��������� ,\ ice-TH.Ro.ddi������<",  Sec-Troas.���������L.. S..Carr.  '.       i  Turkeys and Geese  at Cost Price  nces<  large. Parsley again made, its ap  pearance and sold readily, yege-r  tables by the sack wa^' very, numerous.- There were no changes- in  the prices and the "sales were hot  very brisk. ^' .  Flowers nlade  their  appeacanee  ,in great profusion and in more than  U1.2   usual   variety,.  The poultry market was--decided  ly ismall considering that Chriat-  mas is so close at, hand, the reason  probably waa that the people were  looking for dressed poultry "rather than the live article. The offering waa far below the ifsual vol-  u.jk and the prices were very  variable, -Tajking vthe averagle!  v.L2ie was hoc any pax'Ciculai'j \ai-  ia^ion over last week's prices..  _lA. luaewcieraoie uuain\rci of  geese ,were offered for sale t.nd weight sold for the. most part-  3rd  "CHRISTMAS TREE *   /    .  AT; CLAYBURN  One of the most important social  functions that takes/place here, is  the^annual Christmas tree to, which  every-body coiitr{L'b������tea (most.libr.  erally, even tlie Italria,ns who/have"  no children here are moiafc / open,  handed-with their/support and do"  case a* real interest-in it    / - Executive ., - : Committee-Meesra  Last Thursday tnight was not the, .Buace. Gillis,- Goffin, Henderson,  muse, ideal ftiight to gather many.,LmKigreii, Purdy; Stevenson," Sol-  people' .together but ifche ochoo.l .we and..Wilhamean. 'Meetings "wiU  house was crowded t;o etanding' be ^e[^ at Haney and Hammond on  room pn\xK .     '        / "   /   '   tne ifirst1 Saturday o feach month  The young ladies and men * had. and the annual membership fee was  decorated the inside, of,4tliev build-   placed- at  one   dollar.  ing. with paper roses., and    ever-  for 22 cents per pound.     A; few' greeha and a   splen'did ,-Christmas  small geese were sold* by Chinamen  at'$2 each. No live turkeys weie  on the market and but a few iluoka  were offered. WThat ducks we're  sold retailed -at from $1.25 to $1.50  each.  A   SPECIAL MEETING ON JAN 3  tree had been broug/nt down by the  Purver b,oyia.   The' room,     looked  During the -evening Mr. Miller-  Higgs> :o������ the Provincial Department of Agriculture gave an ad-  ���������.u-csJ on   iCo-operation   and   As-  A special imeeting -of the, Board  of Trade will be held^ in the Board  rooms   onn -Wednesday, January  inviting with/all tble iighta burning ."station Work," It is largely' ow-  on the tree and v>ith the .prepents ,u g(_0 the energies of Mr. M:Uh2r-  there displayed I'ox all children an,d Higgs. a-nd-Mr. Terry, secretary of  some of the grojvn-upSi. ������������������ the.Provincia lAssociatlon tha,t this  Special "taenti-on of the. splendid . is .the second association to be  programme thf; children "rendered formed within ten days on the  is only just to the   work the po-   bank of the Fraser.  pular, teacher* gajve in the, train-,  ������������������   ���������  ing ofthe children.   Misses    ^edaiesday,'Jan. 3rd  Renieniber,  and Elliott are the teachera,  ._u   'Everybody'' expressed theirthor     Mi:/1 iHeetor - Mackenzie has pur-  3rd for the transaction of import- ' ough enjoyment of  the  evening's,   cha'96d >Mr> j. w> McCalluhVs house  ant business which has accumula- , '*"*" **��������� dare lookring forward to   and wiU.move hia -fa^yy to AbJ  ted on the secretary?? desk, and in   next'?������** already  the interests of the town should be  attended to at aa early^.a- date vas:  possible. A mong .the-'|map*y urgent matters is a resolution in con  nection   with  the  Sumaa Dyking  Wednesday, Janj 3rd   Remember   ^   - WTatch, Clock  -and .Jewelry  Repairs at Campbell's the Watchma-  acheme,-a   matter which is of vi- ker, Clark'a'Jewelry'.Store.  tal  .\mpOirtanee  to  Abbo-Lsford. ��������� ' p ���������  A   good aCCendance is req.uevsted.   ��������� Leap ^"ear B/all, Mon> Jan, let,  famiJ-y to ,Ab-  bottsford while Mr, (McjCaU.uas'-fl.  family -will reside  ip, Yanconxe*;   0 ������^ ^     r   y-.j  Wednesday, Jan. 3rd  Remember  Mr. and JMrfl. Colvln itt'ourh the  22 mexnths, who died last Saturday  after a  brief illness. .", ,'', ��������� ���������-���������������������������.*:-;.��������� ���������. ���������..(,.  THE ABBOTSFORt) POST,  AfiBdTSFOilb. B. C.  ��������� 1  I- '  ii'  ,     THE ABBOTSFORD POST  Published   overy   Frlda-y   hy    tlie   Post"  Publishing Cornpi"1;'.  A weekly .Tournsil devoted to the Inter-  e-=t5! of Aobotsford and sui, -"ruling UIh-  tr-lot.  Advertising Rales made know.' "n application.  1.KS-AL ADVJ'IKTIS'INQ���������12 conta per  ���������lino for first l-nsen.t-Ion, an-'d 8 centi? n nrift  for all HubKeiiucnt eonnec-iitJvo lnnertlona,  Onr Slidblsolc-th���������ITelttker for nor agrln'  the   Qo-tcornMieRt.  WOOOOOOOOOOCKXKXKDOOOOOOOO  THE BACKWOODSMAN  By Acton Seymour  lOOOOOOOOOOO  FRIDAY,   DECEMBER 29, 191  ��������� We ex'tendlto- tall readers of the  ROST <a Bv-igiht and Prop-perous  noneteen  twelve.  HOW  TO   MAKE  HENS   LAY  The secret so long sought for by  -poultry keepers has been solved, or  at least it is eaid to have  beenso1-  ved.  We need .not tell you what     the.  problem  is,   because   anybody who  ������������������has ever hadanything  : ,  do  w'ith  hens, either in professional ov sn  amateur   way, 'knows   what it   is.  The biddy-biddies do their work all  right  in the 'spring  and  cummer  hue as soon as the* leaves begin to  , fall  they   begin  to   fail   also���������fall'  off the 'supply bf  eggs,   until (he.  product  reaches  the   zero    point;  Every poultry keeper haa ,'puszled  h :> or her, head upon how to remedy this disaster, for disaster! it I9  to find your hens go on strike just  at the season when their eggs are  most needed.  Like ���������somany. other..great discov-  : erie-s the credit belongs to a French  man, M. Joubfert, professor of agriculture at Itontainehleau; . He  found like, every, other.'poultry-  keeper, .thatthe- number ofr iegg.a  laid by hens fell off each .fall, and  he set himself to experiment.  Last October, he selected a ,-doz- -  en young .hens, .arid divided -them'  iiii-o   cwo   indiscriminate lots      of  six each,  the same  one-half dozen there was.added a'  :daily  ration -of  a   glass   of   wine  per head.   The results were supri������  ,'ng.   Frpm the. hens which ,go* ho  wine M.  Jaubert" had  in - October  four eggs, in November-one ,andin  December  none,  and" in -January  twentvwtwn '  BSnTSna wagged "a "monitory forefinger.  ,-MTho trouble between us will be  bQU-ared when the time coma* But  you keep the woman out of 1;. you  yapping hound 1"  He forced his way through the  crowd, got a pitcher of cool water In  the tavern washroom, and went to.his  room. He had got a look at his fare  In a mirror In the'office. -He suddenly realized that he was- not a  pleasant object for the eye to rest  upon.  VI.  By what he saw from his window  and what he heard after night fell.  George decided that the "funeral  parade" was far from closing: ' th.*-  obsequies ,of Cornelius Corran. That  part of the programme had merely  started the event off in good shape.  In the evening, there were fireworks. The bands played with a  drunken persistency and a luck of  harmony that nearly drove the young  man frantic. Revel roared In the  single street. Hoarse . mirth was  broken in upon by the howls of fighters. It was- plain that a wild night  was to be devoted to the memory of  the lord of Toban.  George drew down the ragged shade  of his one window. He tried to occupy his mind with a cheap novel  that he had picked up in the office  on his way back to his room from  supper.  A discreet1 tap on his door startled  him. .He"opened to the visitor, thinking- Romeo Bragg had come to consult,  about a start, in the morning  Jepson . Wlggin stepped in, and  <losed the door behind him.'  "I watched my chance to come up.'-'  he said. "I'm sure no bne'saw me. It's  0 h were fed ph exactly, 'a.busy gang of ruf f ians -but there,-Mr.- along just  diet, but to the.vfood of  'George." '���������'    -' -     ������������������  "'���������   ' ''-���������- ���������    :��������� cut"  sent. Mr,, Wlggin." lie returned. "Yon  probably know why I'm up here.  You've got the advantage of me In  that. * You've got to talk a little  plainer."    '  "I'kn w a r.-an waa coming," snid  Wlggin. "Of course, I know It couldn't.  be same one that made the other  trade. He's marked in this section'  But I've looked for soue line, from  the big folks'''��������� a little something  from you, In. the way cf credentials."  "My folks do not put things on paper ��������� when those thin **- c-fiii be arranged by word of mouth," declared  George, hating himself for this deception, but firmly resolved (to uncover any more plots against himself  if he were able.  *  ''An excellent plan," affirmed Wig-  gin, "even if it docs put other parties  in the way of guessing a bit." He  fondled his long nose, a-id studied the  face of the Great Trust Co.'s man.  "You received some Instructions, I  suppose?"  "I did."  "I don't like to beat about the  bush," said tho old man. "I know  your folks understand how I stood'  with Corran: And, of course, you  know. I have been his right-hand  man ever since' ho started in business  ��������� he couldn't read or write, as you've  heard."  George did not betray by a flicker  of the eyelids, even, that the Information was new.  "I'm going to tell you very frankly  that.I've hoped that my son would-get  the girl," continued Wiggin. "There's  no chance of that. I've helped Corran  steal half the lands he owned. I'll say *  this ��������� If tie hadn't stolen them, some  one else would' have done It. That',  the style up here. He could have  made a fair division with me and  still left1 the girl enough. But that  will ���������^ T drew it myself for him ���������  left me just where I've always been  ��������� his agent. I'm sole trustee, too  Now, just what kind of a proposition  have your folks sent to me? The other  man said the proposition would come  as soon as Corran dropped  Have a prosperous New Year, by purchasing a set-of.Single or Double. Harness from  twenty -'two  The ./owls which drank their glass  of wine "daily responded, nobly-to-  the stimulant. ln October they pro  cmced tw.enty-ei.ght egg&, ^November ��������� fifty-seven,  in-'   December  -, The young man. accounted 'for this  air pf mystery by the  ready supposition, that the father of Blinn Wiggin  "would'not like to be seen in company  ' witti his son's sworn foe.  '.The 'gaunt old  man  eased  himself  ; upon -.a, chair,   scrutinizing 'his  host  ikeenly.  "I'm sorry .you got. mixed up with  *my son in that way. But you came to  '" tcrtvn'at avbad'tlme/ Too* much* liquor  .all around! Blinn wouldn't have done  :it If he'd been, sober.-But I know you  ' -won't' blame me! -It's a matter entirely  forty-four, and in January forty-    'outslde of,.business, eh, Mr. George?  sjx, so that the toDern ahn���������**      AY young fool's performance  mustn't  young  ���������get-in ;the. way of more .serious things.  Eh?"'      ���������-'������������������������������������'���������  His  shrewd -. eyes  were  boring  the  -young man.    He acted like one who  was .treading-carefully up to the door-  of  a  subject,  waiting  to  be  assured'.  -���������* that he might enter.  ''I'll not let your son interfere with  Btj/' business, you can be certain of  tha il   You advise him  to keep away  topers showed an  excess of production over the teetotallers of 148 eggs.  M.  Joubert,   unfortunately,  does  not. say in hisreport which has just  been published, what eort of wine  .   he employed in his interesting ������x-  i'^-mi-nt .   ;  If he used the best of  champagne, the cost would exceed  the profit; but if the stimulant was  y.m ordinaire, ..which can be bought' :^w * me."  m Prance wholesale for about  three       "I\-n-done with him," protested the  cents a. quart, a .new and rmport-   old  *  an"    "It,s  just as   thoush  h8  ant field of consumption lor that   Wasn't' my son at all! : haven't been  article will be opened Up, greatly      "' "~  "  to the relief o:, the  winegrowers,"  who have complained bitterly     in  recent years of the decline in    the  sale  of theirproduce.   The  admin.  istration of wine is said to have not  only .have   increased - the   output  of eggs, but also to have .greatly  improved their quality, .a fact  which will prove somewhat diSCOn  Stea? gt������   the  te'mPB������"������ce   advo-  It is a very interesting fltory  but we would like to have the op-  .Jiuon of some expert, like Profess  or Gilbert of the Central ��������� Experimental Farm, as to how it would  work out in thtscountry. Is wine  cheap enoughto enable ue to lead  to. hens?   Would thel adies of the  able to do anything with him. He  had his * chance, and he's fooled it  away! Yo uve ������ot ^yes, and you've  got ears! 1 ������ anv one' after this, tells  you that Tn, ' Paying to arrange the  thing throtfjk. '. any Wtch-up between  Blinn and   tfot.   SirI.  you're  in  a  po-  ���������    "Our folks would like to know juat  what you cah:'do," stated the yoi ig  ���������man.   He felt no sense of guilt, now,  . In   leading^'this-1 "plotter   on.     Clare  Qorran's"-interests we're threatened. He  hardly knew the girl.    But never had  ' the desolate condition of any one sc  appealed  to  his  chivalry.    She  was  alone In the midst of them.  Outside his window, the uproar of  the drunken mob celebrated the memory of her father. But that kind of disorganized loyalty, ignorant - support,  could not prevent th<s sustle plans of  schemers. Common sense suggested  that lt'.was none of his business. But  there was something pitifully pathetic  in it all.  He shut his eyes, hiding his own  from the boring regard of Wiggin.  Her brave face cama before his Inner  vitlon ��������� he saw her again riding  past ��������� and he bellevect he knew her.  well enough to understand in what  agony of spirit she ha.l obey.-d Sud-1  den determination took possession of  him. It was quixotic resolution. He  loved Mary Laroche. That was a  sentiment that made him tender toward the helpless in the world. .  He opened his eyes. ' WIggjn wr 1  surveying him anxiously, almost si-.s.-  piclously,  "I don't propose to turn myself  wrongslde out before a strange ���������  I've gone far enough as it I������," Insisted the Corran trustee   "Say some-  He   fooled   It  ��������� "Are you in a position to turu over  anything worth while to the Great  Trust Co.?"  "If you think I've had the handling  of all the papers of old Corran without getting  ready  for  just  such  an  sition to kno\ri^tter' ah? Fve ������ot tnat   thing, yourself.'*  much reason .SP?   beln������ Slad that the  thing did happ*?*V- bad as ifc was- But  they can*"t fool .yosi',   'after this ��������� you  saw  enough   to   kno\v  that's  all  off.  Hq   had   his   ch; mCS,  away, I say!"  Gecrge stared a t l?i-tnV. understand- emergency as this, you've got another  ini: only a part..  ��������� .     ^ guess coming."  ''So you Bee we can dv? business. I . '<iHer^g my credentials," said  Tmveh't. got/any. h lterests" ^.nywhere 'George', producing "papers, "I'm an  <'isc." .:..-.���������' accredited agent of th������ cgmpaqf; fM/  He  sat  and  loo&t d  at  the*',$rPunS   of course, you understand that J can't  * >*>an for several .min utes; he E'-wawed   settle matters with you.   I can enly  WVC. T. U. object to eggaiahf h^ '   I0 lje w'j;-"nS-forMra,lto speak. >hear and report.    The fellows higher  hens who have  become elave?  to        "Yotfre not'a   " '  ~" " ��������� ''V'  the drink demon*?   And what happen.-*, in the spring?   Are the hens  fiu.ade.-oly. cut off from their supply  ������R alcohol or are  they  oent     to  maxe   poltry   institute   for  treatment  so  they  can     "taper  off?"  The subject is one full) of possibi'-  itiea and we would be glad to hear  of its final resuIts.-Bxarain  ler,  AH roads lead, to Abbotsford,, fortune  "������UIBi  pug  uispiiclcus of me,  ^  arrange  the   price   ���������  it's   their  what  yo/u   saw,   are you?"   InqulreuVjn^^ejr/'  Wiggin:'   "You^ -can see '.ray interests *    "Tha.fiB all right.   I expected that.  dton't lie. tliat --way,' now!" J|'i'iT say-this, oti^w: I've left deeds open  lit mic on Qrecrge's tongue  to de-||B0 tlN^t when the $me comes, claim-  Ian ts   who   haven't aigpt^   off   thelr  "rights in  certain' tracts can ft$ pr>  fduced.    Those  cJaJmants  will  neve*-  fcome forward to coi>test the Corran  ^claims until  the proper work is put  into  the  matter;    They  don't  knpw  anything about their claims.   You see,  don't you? You've got to have me in  the thing to make It gOi^J know the  ,elsi e that he liad not the least Idea  Vitalt aJ/ this n leant, but he suddenly  declided to meet' craft with craft. He  ladl disco.rered that .ingenuousness  Mimztwstfk- well to this north coun-  '.'J-F- 'Every magi's bEnd seemed raised  : gaii-nst hi;n. He nei^olved that he  ��������� 'oild tak 3 a han-'l gn the" game of  ; Ji^e hin: self, for palf-,protection, ii  ior^aothir e elaj-.).  b: j. "gernaey  P.O. Box 45  Abbotsford, B. C.  LIVERY AND FEED STAI  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.  v, .,   h. Mckenzie, prop.  Ivertise m  I C.A. SUMNER & CO.  P. 0. Box 58 Phone Central  5? Telegram-Sumner, Abbotsford, B. C.  I   : ..  Town Lots, Farm Lands  Bsginess Propositions and  lifllty in" ey^ry shape and  ���������form For Bale..'  $'fr&fy&&Mt&&4t^^^ '  mnRef  1M "J-J.1!1"'.'  'mmmmgm  INSURANCE LOANS  Abbotsford Homesites  * ���������% -^ ^ ^ ^ ^ *$ ^ ^ ^ 9i? ^ ^9^^  .If you. are looking for a home  ;  or snappy investments   .; ���������  age or i  V  see  The Pioneer Ueal Est-a-fee B^pjc^r-pf Abboferf-wrd.  n  I  ti  ill  it  If  1  t 1  H  It  0  i  \  3  ii  Ml  i  A.  M  SE  imsmmmMimmsmBmmmmssmmmmmmmmmBmMmmmEm  msmumim  wmstamtmmmm i  /  I* I  If ���������'.  * Li  ���������1  I  U   e  ������  fl  I  I  1%  hi  1  /*  3 r?  < It  i  <?���������  u  1  1/  /������  *HB ABBOTSFORD * OST,  ABBOTSFORl*, A. G,  X~J2JLIL ���������'J , L. J... .,  "-���������hmki'h-'i  ~~-������->>=*~.iZ& l3W>'?,^n; ..���������-M-W4.  GENTS' FURNISHINGS   -AND -��������� ���������  To our Patrons and Customers we wish, <. '  PROSPEROUS  NEW YEAR  GEO.   C. -CLARK,Abbotsford,B.C.  S...  YUM������y.  *>������nvMw  ���������*" *yt*>^������^^������-tlr^^fcmm������J,iwy������.'-  :"|  j Mcelroy & Co.  LIQUORS,   WINES'fANDSiCIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  Cor. Essertdene Ave. and Oscar St.,  CITY  33C  Z������  ���������������BB>  WttJ-WH-WHc  SMSE  =""^^5E^S^25������a>|  /^BgQTjSFpHl^i B. Cs  Strictly flrst������class:; in .-every respect.   The bar. is  sleeked with the best of wines, liquor and eigars, ���������';  RATES, $1.50 Tof$2.00 PER DAY  1  PECKHAM & HUTTON  8jySam.������H>i.M!-.'ir.������.������ill...������i.|i.r.......    ... ��������� ������ ... ,���������  ���������sas!  PROPRIETORS  StfiawMgyft aril ���������l������ji,,fi-Jg5?  claimants ���������: I know now to produce  claimants." '  "Ready-made ones,eh?"  "That's a part of, the  system,  up  here,  but It has  to'be  worts i Just  rght when the, matter of Corrar.'-i properties are, up.   You've got to know  .  your .   men.    Corran's.- friends     ire  pretty thick. ' You'll fall, down unless  you deal  with  me.  - I've  been -In  it  long enough to know ho"-.*-.* to operate  and coyer all tracks.    And: If tracks  t ain't  covered,   you'll   have   a   tough  gang on your backs. Corran's scheme  has left an army of fools to. back up  his  estate " he .flapped his' hand  at. the window,'outside of which the  x * bands were playing.   VBut even foolH  can   put   the   torch   to   timber  lands  that your company grabs., It's all,  ���������got to be done right! I can do it right, ���������  ��������� and hide behind the -law* for I've been  getting ready." ���������      v . ���������      *.  "What's your price?"  :   V'Half. Not lands.   I can't use lands.'  But half  the valuation  in  cash. The  Great  Trust  will   be  getting  practically  the .other fifty  per cent.     My  scheme grabs the land for 'em ��������� they  don't have to buy."  "George   felt   sick", at   heart.     This.  buzzard   was   so .promptly   ready   to  tear at the dead man's possessions  ,   , ''Of course,  this is no , time to get,  down . to details," went on Wlggin.  "I'm Just up here to tell you that I've  got the thing In my hands." He  stretched out his bony fingers, Looked like talons. "Get ycur report in,  and wake the big, fellows up ��������� for  there are*" others, If the Great Trust  'Co. don't grab it."    ..   ���������  "I'll attend to the matter in the  right way," replied'George grimly.  Wiggin made cautious examination  of the corridor through the crack of  .the door before tie ventured out. He  left with promise to "show goods'" to  the Great Trust Co., as soon as the  yqung man got.the,ear of his.superiors  and was ready to talk business.-  George kept vigil ,for tho most of  that night. The tumult outside did not  trouble him as much as the plot that  Wlggin had exposed. It.was plain why  the old man had been so precipitate  with  a stranger -rr.tthe. Great Trust  ���������Co. had dealt with .him before.    Probably,    the    company ruwas*. entirely  .,T.h6i  to'deait^wi'th.; him,'-again.    It"  .was. the money, of ..the Great Trust that  .. George, "was  carrying  in'.his pocket  . at., that. .time.    His: future prospects  i were .in the keeping- :of the company.  He was ..their employee.  . On the other side was a girl that' _,  he barely knew. Perhaps She would jJie Family Herald and Weekly Star of Montreal  not listen to a1 stranger who came to ��������� -  the: r Z:\tZTlTt The beautiful premium picture entitled "Heme Again"  father's intimate. - -.women did not Size 22x29 all ready for framing, and  usually    understand    business    well* '  .������*. to aeteraI���������e wtat diB^s,* THE ABBOTSFORD POST all three for $1.50  He-could-not warn her without exposing the men who were powerful  The Biggest Value Ever Offered Residents cf the Fraser Va/fey  By special arrangements we are in a position to make the following offer:  The beautiful picture "Home Again" is the best pic-  to help or harm him. *;ure ever offered newspaper readers.     It is simply mar-  After he had breakfasted, finding vellous how such a picture can be included with The  ^ZS.nnTroLlZTtol Family Herdd and. Weekly Star at so small a price.    ���������  Send your order at once to  Eyeigitt Spsealist  Manufacturing Optician  -Boejs the Finest Optical Work.  Medical men and others pay tri-  but������ to bis skill.  T93 Granvill^ St. .Yancou.-Ai-  night before, he went and sat on the  porch of the tavern, trying to straighten out a line of action for himself.  Romeo Bragg found him there.  "I ain't exactly what you might  call sober, yet," acknowledged Mr.  Bragg, "but I'm all over celebratln',  rson -&-layior  (Associate   Member^Can.   Soc. C. E.) r^ready"^ 'a^rt"Ani!^'^"0^  Civil Engineers  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  what  you  said   to  me   yesterday.   I  R. A. HENDERSON  B. C. LAND   SURVEYOR  Offiec."next P.O. P.O.Box 1 I  CANADA'S  .for the trail.    So, what say 7"  It was a call to duty put straight.  But Harry George was still floundering In his difficulties.  "I reckon you'll outfit like the rest  of 'em, at the company store," pursued  Bragg. "I'll go across with you and  help pick out."  7S6  n  the   truth   that   he   was   meditating;  Want   a   Representative      for treachery to hie employers.    He had  IUICC:ir.M   pitv   > El     r- money that belonged to them ��������� he  MIOOIVJIN   \~>\ \ T,    D.   -w. was not ready to take more of their  and surrounding district g00dS( uot at that moment  ' The reliability, healthy condition While he waa hesitating, Clare Cor-  of our stock as well as tmness to ran 8Wept pa8t on her black hor8e<  Thfl Seorott Of the. suceesa or our  Wftn* Ad9. is that they are short  And snappy. People like a plain  business story told in a few words  and if thoy want anythin^thoy  roffer to the place whore thoy  will find It with the least trouble,  viz., the Claoslfied Want Ads. Is  your -business represented thoro.  out to  yesterday!"  'Bragg, I'm not ready to start to-  mm  name must be appreciated by the  She bowed t0 George proudly.  Public or  they would not     have      "Reckon Queen Clare Is ~oln'   helped us to increase our business the grave/. BUggested Bragg. "Wa'n't  yearly since 1837, the date of ovft much chance for her to mourn there,  establishment.    ;  ,  our firm's  name lends  prestige  to our representatives.'  Complete Une of Nursery SStock.  for SSpring 1911.  Write   fofr   full particulars.  STONE &WELLINST0N  The Fonthill Nurseries.  .  TORONTO,.  '':���������''��������� -���������! ������������������' Ontario.  took  away   his   crew,   after  he  had   PBOF.'GEORGK CROSS, M.A., Ph.IX  made some biting comments on the A popular Canadian Divine  flgger you've got consld'able appetite    hustling qualities of certain foresters   '   A Canadian who has recently won  +-K..+  h������ ir������������������r     pm������������������n   a{a  ���������/,��������������� -������    added fame as a theoJogian Is Prof,  that he knew.    Pennell did not re-  George Cr0fl8> M A^  ph D (  who hafl  tort.   He found no profit in converse   ^e chair, of Systematic Theology, at  with Bill Kyle. ' Newton Theological  Seminary,  New-  "1*11  tell Fatty Niles  to stop run-  ton  Centre,   Massachusetts,  and  was  ning."   he   said,   by   way   of   parting   ���������tl}   re,cen"yM Professor   of   Church  '���������.,-���������. .       ������  History In McMaster University, Tor-  word.   'And I reckon you can do the      to  Great Trust as much good by sittin'      prof.  Cross  is  an   honor  graduate  on that porch as you can any other of. Toronto University in philosophy.  He  took  his   theology   at  McMaster  University,- preached for severai years  ,    ���������    . ,    .       . ,       . in Ontario churches,  took his degree  less Inclined to seek the girl and ex- of Doctor of  Philosophy  at Chicago  pose what he had learned.   It seemed University,   and   was   later  called   to  a rather cowardly piece of tale bear- the chair at McMaster.  There he waa  ing. ,. Probably; Wiggin had it in his exceedingly popular as a professor,  .'������������������������������������    .     'iu' i. ,ur:   * for he has a warm heart and a sym-  power to convince her that this stran- ^^   lnslght   lnto   tne   reilgioua  ger, representing a land-grabbing cor- pr0biema which perplex so many  poratlcn, was lying to her for his own young men today who are In pre-  ends. The plan of going to Wiggin paration for the gospel ministry. By  and threatening to expose him unless the rigidly orthodox he was regarded  ������, y ,.   as  Bomewhat  heterodox,   and,  being  he either gave up his plot or his of a peaceable disposition, when the  trusteeship would appear to be only opportunity came for him to escape  a futile bit of blackmail.   George had from    the    broadsides    which    the  Vyaof-^scf      l\Iliyc^KriAC     That Bummona bore In upon George    way  ICaiCol 1   ^UIS-CIl-CO   the     truth      thnf     ha     woa     m������HI + ���������H���������������  Ab the day wore on, George waB  day" blurted the young man. "I've got    nothing except his own unsupported'���������^���������My-fcunters .were hurling against  the Baptist University, he took It and  word- went to Newton Centre in 1906. SInoe  When night came, he was still. un- t*hat time he has been most eagerly  decided.   He cursed himself as a de- sought after by several of the leading  cidedly worthless tool.   He seemed to Baptist theological seminaries of tha  be of no use toi;himself or to others. HntIe,d 'Sta-^8'    m "Ueart l8,st,U ta*  .....    XT���������     Canada,'flnd-..avar-  summer la BDont  With every hour that passed,  Niles ftt hh 'CQlw UCto, Brlguton. Oat  some business to attend to."  His guide stared at him a little  While, but George's expression did not  invite comment So Bragg strolled  away.  VII. i  During the forenoon, the roisterers  went straggling out of town. Bill Kyle  (Continued next Issue) FOUR  THE' ABBOTSFORD POST,      ABBOTSFORD; B. C.  sxsms  a.^OXOo^^o^^ ^oOOOOOOOOOOfl'  8 WHAT CANADIANS  g ARE DOING  OOOOOCOOOCOOCOOOOOOOOOCJOCO  HON. -iVILMAM Til KG EON  The Young Man of tho Saskatchewan  Cabinet, is Attorney General T-irgeon,.  who looks about twenty three years  old, hut is really, according lo 'the  Registration department in the thirty  neighborhood.  Mr.   Turgeon   comes   from   a' parliamentary   family   as   his   father   la  u>    am  ���������BS3-B������m!-LlJ!������������l.'.!..-M il n Hi  ���������  m������^&������#^i^3Sii&.,t8.  LEAVE YOUR"-ORDER, EARLY ���������  fos xm as:;cak;e:  -*WJ-J*1 ^''������������������4g4!dMl^WJr4i-.;;���������'<Wl,^^^���������������w:^..,'���������J..;/,'lffil' yn. .,., .wyis  'Jflj *\v������> ������w  2&  ::i,-,s;:-^i'i-v'imikt~v,  :"il  ���������We can sell it.cheaper than y-ru'ex'n ir.a.;e il.     Icing,"and (iecaralihg done  ���������;   We also sell Almond Paste all   ready to go on' 50 cents-a* pound   --  Abbotsford, Bakery ALBERT  LEE, Vror  r>*Mfl-ffiyi,ff������iMiig'*i''i jr.ri rr irrtrirs;  "   WeJn3sday, Jan.  3rd   Remember  ' ^T-.-nn'-liMrs.'Elliott and son spent  'Christmas at jFerndale,; Wash.  Leap Year Ball, Moii. 'Jan 1st.  M-iss Denhiso'n spent Chfistm'aa  w.V:h her  sister, Mrs. '^cMenemy.;  Mr. S. A. Morley, im'anag-er of the'  Royal Bank ispeiit Ohrist'm!as.with!  friendia in .Vancouver* ,-  AISO W  Thanking you for the' patronage . extended'during the past year, a  i-san-a  is assured those who patronize  Mr. and Mrs. JrHeatH' spentXmaa  j , Arithmetic-.'Problems   that    Sadden  ,      Schoolboy of Today also Gave  Pain to the Kiddies of Two  1 Thousand Years B. C.  Iu ���������    oi    Thrre is a ray of vindictive comfort  ,,*  for _ the'modern .schoolboy in the fact  that'"for over 3,600 years his school- .��������� .-T-  -    .  ������-boy-" progenitor's .'-have   been, worried with Mrs.'Edson an'd Miss Heath at  by just such'problems  in  arithmetic jj0lWe Hall s* "  ���������,',as annoy him most. '  "' ���������  Among   the' archaeological   discov- ���������; ������  tr erios'made in Egypt is a papyrus roll,       Wednesday, Jan.  3rd .-Remember  bjjin ���������-excellent ^condition,   dating   from ��������� _..-"'  olabonfl700.B. C    This roll  which had Sanlson, head/of the provi-nc-  ^a, long heading .beginning, "Directions '        .^ \  9 how-toattain  the knowledge  of all lal police department, Waia ifa, town  dark   things/'" proves   beyond   doubt on Wednesday, >  ,. ""'  Hardware and Furniture  See our new Stock of Wall Paper.  rarwi' ;).,v;ii^4^^A������-a8SS,..,il.wi.B,.l|> ������4-ifaa-u^-ti-,  3SE2S^EE������3S388EEBS3S  rrpffn������,:|ft-L,w.v.Ti,."-!:!U!';ii.t.  ���������assn  )':  |p/)that '.the- Egyptians of that time had  "'" a thorough knowledge of the elements  of arithmetic.  Numerous examples show that their  principal operations with units and  fractions were made by means of addition   and   multinlication.    Substrac-  HO]V. WJT. TFlM-JEOff,  Attorney-Genernl, Saskatchewan  the  New  Brunswick  member of  the  Dominion house, 0. Turgeon... He was  admitted, to the bar in Quebec after  graduation at Daval, but immediately   ���������������������������������������������,        ���������       .  afterwards   moved- to   Prince   Albert *Papy���������s-    H*re,!a on*  where he  became a partner'of Hon    Ef^*--���������   schoolboy ho  -, Leap Year Ball, Mon. Jan 1st. :  Messrs  Hutton   ' a*nd 'Mackenzie'  were at thecoast on business and  tion and division were not known In   pleasure' this week.'  their   presetn   form,   but   correct   results  were  obtained  nevertheless.  Equations   are   also   found   in   the  Here is one that.brings the  Ten measures  of barley are to be  J. H. Lamont.    Mr. Lamont was the. .. l.f ^measures  of barley are to  oe  province's  first- attorney-general and- -d!vided a���������Png ^ Persons- in such a  upon moving up to a judgeship in 1907   mann^  that each  subsequen    per,,ca  the -attorney-general job was kept in  s^ll receive .one-eighth lrss than tUQf  ���������the family, and. Turgeon took oyer the   one- Derore hm  work.    Turgeon is the orator "'of the  Another   example ��������� given   is: . Th ire >  seven.;  , Leap Year Ball,* Mon, Jan' 1st "..-"  Mr. John McCallum! waa at! Van^  coiiver-for 'Christmas.   ���������  -   Mr. ��������� a,nd Mrs.   Eby  were" "atth'e  coaj&t for  Christmas/-  Wcdnesday;- Jan. 3rd"   Remember-  Geo. Zeigler':  Carriage, House  and Sign Painter  Call and geipdees.  All work guaranteed  Abbotsford - . C.  Painting, Sign Writing  ' General repair work ���������  J. E; PARTON  Abbotsford        ���������-       B. 6  Good Storage Room for :  Furniture.      s .  cabinet   and, has    the   Frenchman's, arf seven  men;   each _;  proverbial    ability    as,   a    platform  cat*?; each cat >as eaten seven mice:.  speaker. eac"   mo,"~   ,"**-'   eaten  seven   grains    ' ������������������   The Hon.. gentleman, whose full .?f barlej-; ea ch.grahvipf barley. ..would. The English" 'church' , Christmas  title baptismal and otherwise 'reads fave yielded-seven-measures .of ,bar- tree-o,n Wednesdav ewnino--woa ���������  William Ferdinand Alphonse Turgeon, '^How much barley has been lost? . on w^^W evening was.- .a  B.A., K.C., and M.L.A., was born'at " The" papyrus also contains-the'cal- gi ana success. ,  Bathurst, N.B., and took his educa-* culatJ������n of the .area of - -"rcle and  tional courses at Laval University and attei������pts . to squ'are the circle.  Quebec. ��������� '  " '   Leap Year Ball, Mon. tfan^isV  GEORGE G. FOSTER, ff.C.  Of Blarney  Castle,  Quebec  Province  Mr. George Green Foster, K.C.i of  Montreal, is one of the prominent  legal men of Canada's -Commercial  capital;' and as an advocate made a  name for himself as far' back' as  1896. Mr. Foster is a McGill graduate,'  a native of Knowlton, Que.,-and car-  Miss Moore is "spending tlie-Xrn'as  at* home in Victoria and:  with friends in Vancouver forjrtlie.  New Year.  ABBOTSFORD  Don't forget  I wheat $200  A 'SaCK  We buy-aPoultry-  J. J. SPARROW, PROP.  WATCH ABBOTSFORD GROW-  Matsqui   Hotel  '  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.1  Rates: $1.50 to $2 penday  CHAS. E. DeWITT, Proprietor  ries   his   love   for   the   scenes   of  his   "Writer ��������� Pointc   Ant   ������,������*   *p������U7���������������j   i������  bovhooddava to the fiTteii.t..nffi ������m,������,-   "���������������"���������������. ���������Toints  Out that England.Is  boyhood days to the extent of a coun  try residence in that locality, a. home,  which for reasons known to its owner  no doubt, carries the title of Blarney  Castle. ��������� \  Mr.  Foster's  specialty 'is   company  Not the Mother of Parliaments,  the-Honor Really Belonging  . to Spain.  -     -    ������������������,       How errors grow, says a writer In  law and from time to time his opinion   T.   P.   O'Connor's * Weekly,   and   how  has  been  sought  in connection  with 'false-epithets attached to'persons or  some    of    the    largest    undertakings - nations,       by ������������������ ��������� constant   .   repetitoh.     lux*   ^ernaP  launched    from   Montreal.     He   has   come to be accepted as descriptively   w    f   ���������    f  taken.     an      active    ..interest ���������   in   true!   England is called, not only in' Westm,nster.  financial and industrial, affairs, hold-J" our own Press, but ih that of other * ���������  ing   among   other   positions,'-'that', of-countries.' ��������� the" '"Mother   of    Parlia-  President of the St Lawrence Power   ments."    She, however, Is not in that  Company,    director,  of   the   Eastern"'.;proud   position -legislatively.-    Spain  Townships Bank and of the Dominion   had   a   Parliament  nearly   a  century  Guarantee    Company,    vice-president' before England ��������� meaning by  Parol!   the   George   Hall   Coal- Company,   liament-  "popular ���������'   representation."  director  of   the  Aluminum   Company   Such  an  assembly   was  convened   in  of America,  the  Northern Aluminum   Burgos in 1169, wjiile that of England  Company   of   Canada,- the   Montreal* first   assembled   at - Leicester   in   the  Street   Railway,   the  Canadian .Light   middleof the thirteenth century  and   Power   Company,   the   Imperial .    Unlike        ours,        the       Castllian  Realty Company of Ottawa,  and  the   Parliament did not receive hereditary  Johnston,   Richardson   Company;   LI-   nobles;'It was left to England to do'  mited   and  vice-president-of the Or-   that,; -and   to   give   them   hereditary  ford  Mountain# Railway  Company.        legislative powers which were denied  With a live interest in politics Mr.' -them   by   the* Castilians.     If    then  Foster  has  proven   himself  a  strong -writers desire to call any nation the  supporter of  the  Conservative  party,   "Mother of Parliaments," to be accu-  as    a    ready    platform    orator    and   rate   they   must  attach   that   title  of  energetic   organiser,   having   carried   grace  and   honor  to  Spain  out some  particularly good   wort  In    Mr. S.  Brooke  spe-at * Christmas  with his family in VlctoriaV   o���������.' -  Mr. E. S. Colvin) and faisiilyr .w&fi}'  to. take this opportunity' Jto -.'thank  all-those who helped 'theiaa' in\time  of. sorrow and   '-need.  Leap Year Ball, Mon". Jan- i������tf]  OTfSgSE^^  Mrs. Gernaey is visiting 'in [NeV?  r. .  Wednesday, Jan. 3rd -Remenibe'r  First-Class  Watch'Repairing' at  _ Campbell's the      Watchmaker,' in''  representation."   dark's Shoe Store.-  All roads lead, to  Abbotsfo-rd,''succeSS-  and happiness; '-  connection with the Eastern Town  ships Conservative Association. Aa  result of strong representations from  the party he went out against the  Hon. Sydney Fisher In Brome County  Evidence from n Shark.  It may be a perfectly unwarrantable reflection upon an upright and  exceedingly useful  body of men,  but  HARRON BROS.;  Eniu: Imers  and Rineral directors���������  Vancouver, Off ere ,and "chapel'���������  1034 Gi-anviiie, hi-.,'-- Ptieri'e 3486  Wortn Vancouver, Uince' ��������� and  cbaj>el 116-2nd at;- Phone 134  eo*v*������ic*������T ims       "-a*"*-*-*  ccu/m*i/a. orA-  We are prepared   to J  book orders.     Eggs for..  Hatching,    and     Baby  Chicks   from   the    b������st  strain of S. C. W.  Leg-  ,horns. ,      Our    poultry  'yards are open to visitors  who    will   be   able   to-  iudge   the  flock  before-  buying,     Chicken   Fertilizers for sale, from one  \o two  and a half  ton8  per  We are ready to b^k^ Qrder' big or ^a*1  Proprietors  Abbotsford, B/C.  ���������n   iRQfi   onH  -.vmi,, ,w��������� * j   u  j IL     cAc-ctsuuigjy  us������iuj   Doay or  men,   du  StifJtiUZ        defeated, had the  somehow the mention of the legal pro-  well ^one C������meS ^ an eff������rl   fefisio������   irresistibly   draws   thf   mind  M^dSterTriat M^ ^ -^^Ic^ccSi T i^l  ss^M^r^^^s?;: ^^isssi'jsrin,portant  consists of one son and one daughter    P a criminal   trial.  His Mistake  Maria, the new cook, was one of  those very stout "culled ladles," one  of the sort who are most particular  about the social relations between the  family and themselves. Mrs. Bennett  had been visiting friends in Boston  for a week and her husband didn't  get along at all well with Mafia.  He  In   1799   the   brig  Nancy  was  captured by a British warship as a suspected slaver; and her release by the  prize  court at Jamaica,  whither she  ,  had   been   brought  for  trial,   seemed ���������!'  inevitable, owing to the absence of in-.!-;  criminatory;    documents.      Curiously.,'  enough,   the  officers, of  the 'Aberga- ,;  venny hooked a shark soon afterwards V  in  the   ' neigh borhoodr   which    was . i  found  to contain a bundle of, papers 'j.  imaaaatSBft  could stand it no longer, and one ?1, \.���������������������������4^ ������T ������������������  morning he called her into the dining- ��������� n]^ve to th6 Nancy' ��������� , ,  room. "Confound It, you, I want my - ,T1l?se werf Preserve������ In ignorance :  meals cooked better hereafter or out of tibe1 ,ca?tVr������ ������f the brig, and /  of the door you go. I don't propose������������������^entually led to her condemnation. (1  to pay you $30 a month to burn my 7 ^ }niereBtA:n������ documents are said ,  meals for me." "Look a-here," re- to ***ave been stored ln the museum  torted Maria. "Don't you talk that at Jamaica, and perished in the great  a-way to me. You jes' 'member who earthquake-there-a -few years ago; .,  I is. I don't like your tone o' voice b,ut the head of the shark is still on [J  and I aint no trash for yo' to holler v,ew ^ the Royal United Service u  at    Yo'  mustn't  take  me  fo'  you*  "    ' London,  wife," ._  ���������  >-���������r^  .....; i.  Wo will d������voto thta ' epaeo  roffulAiiy to a eerlsa ������f -advas--  ��������� tlBomont������ to otlrnulftto interoet  In our Clasotflod Want'Ada, ''  Wo ara piebltaHty advoeat������a  and practice our own procepts  bocauoo wo a|ap>roclat������ th������lr<  value.  Thlo eerloa vt/lfl bs preenent  with portlnont point* b'f ������*onaral  Interost, whether you wlofi lo  buy or soil, to omploy or bo  employed, to borrow or to fond,  to And a finder or an owrtor,"'.  It will pay ub to run those  advertisements. ' That lo tho  boot proof wo have to offer that  It will be profitable to you to  use our Classified'WainC Ad.  Columns.   ���������  ctric Light  For the -Residence';  Store or Office.  swer  , For Factories and  Industrial Plants.  Convenience       Comfort  dnomy  r���������*������*"  Attention will: be given to all applications tor service from our lines. -  .Add-re*S8> all enqiflriesto  Light arid Power Department  ���������    -    Holden Block, Vancouver.  iritish Oolnbia Electric Railway It  1  rffi  S������


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