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 Vol. II., No. 8.  ABBOTSFORD, B. C, FRIDAY, DECEMBER. 30, 1910.  <af|������?a>8 $1.00 PER YEAR  ^mmwmmmmm  LINDSAY   RUSSELL  Anctioneer, Real Estate and Live Stock Agent  ABBOTSFORD,   B, C.  I'beg to thank my many clients throughout the district for theii past  favors and in doing so desire the pliblic to know that I am now attending  personally to my own busenes? and rhat I have no agents either employed  selling or listing properties on my behalf, , ,  I want for clients at once '  A 40 Acre Ranah with out timber lease; A 10 Acre Poultry Ranch  not  necessarily near a railway station,  I I also have  English money to buy ranches with but the ranches must be   such   as   can  show an income on capital invented  Call and see me personally as no one else can do my business with you.  Matsqui Council  The regular meeMng was held in  Man cipal Kail on December i*  w Hi the reeve in the chair and nil  councillors  in   attendance.  Tnetm mites cf previous meet ng  were read  and adopted.  Commun cations were     received  P.   Mcintosh    asking      for   extension  of   time (in   contract      on  Boyie road to March 31st, 1911  The  iequest   grained. , ���������  '  Canadian Bank of Commerce ac-<  knowledg ng deposit . of $90.0'),  school account, also stating that  I he mun cipahty had $1004 71 on  hand on December 1st and school  board had $5*15.1'! on December 10  j'iied.  Hope and Permer staLng that  33. W. 1-4 Sec. 13, Tp. 13, should  .iow be clashed as real property  and app y.ng lor die Jiiference be-  vveen wila land tax and real property 'tax.  The above was referred to Councillor Lundeberg who reporLed un-  avorab.y aga nst a,   similar application  from  A.   D.   McDonald on  >. ,E.   1-4  of   S..1-4,   Sejc, 34  Tpl3  The  following  resolutions  were  passed;        '-,,'���������    * **  y'  Vhat the. clerk write to',-tie" Canadian 'NortherntPacif i'e RyjICo:" re-  ABBOTSFORD  JUNIORS  The Mission  Juniors came over  Tlie fo'low ng  bills were passed  iui    pa^ men t;  Harry Fowler,, repairing road,$5 00  V. Ferguson r- p i ing Wh leroad I on Monday to p'lay bur iboys and  and bridge on Alt. Lehman road ! went away again defeated, al-  "Slo.12; Walter Tvjwlan hauling ' thou8'i* they played a muph bet-  grra\e! $jG.OO ; J I. Machell, repairs ter &ame thah they did.the last  ijiJbUU; J. T. Aish, indemn ts.'time they were here. The,ir men ,  ^25.00; H. Lundeberg, indemnity, $2~>   dicl not all come and ofcDur3e were  A.    Liuckbhauk     indemnify $2i 00  T.  Satcheil,  indemnity, $25.00;   \\  Merryfieid,   ree: e,   indemnity,   $2j  Julin   Catto,   year's   salary, ,care-  aiver,  Aldergrove   cemelery^lS 00  *.   IVlcCalium, caretaker  Mt. Lehman   ce-m Lery,   $15 00;   Dr.   T.      A.  iw ft,  year's   salary  as      medical  Lejilth   clfcer   $1G0 CO;        Matsqui  scnool board, taxes paid for labor  iii4i.07,   J.   Gibson,   December saIT  hand capped.  Our beys L'ned up as follows;  '���������J.   al-II.   Boyd.  Backs���������T. Gazley, and T; Me-  Phee.  Halfbacks���������T. 'Rucker, P.' El-  'hutt and S.-  McPhee.  Forwardis���������Brown, Tretheway,  Wfltl   and   MeKenney.  The Mission boys scored (first  goal and the only one in the' first  half, that  is as far 'as they we're  .j y   $.312u    Bounty   account   $9.00  rotaP$L0 20; H. R. Phillips ac- . concerned:  count, powder. Ward I, $49.50; V. A-bboifcsford scored their two  Lehman building culvert on Le- goals in the last half." The 'firBt  Feuvre road $15.00;' Abbots! jM ! was scored by J. Watt and the  Timber avJ   Trading    v Company, ' second by Brown.  road,lax $21.10; T. C. White, repairing White roadr $10.00; Royal  City Planing Mills, lumber ' for  the bridge1 on Extended River road  rgl9.95; A; L. Ba,tes road work  taxes to be'deduc'.ed, $88164. '  'Clearing   preer   road,'  1 John Catto $9.75; Robt Palhs $30  Joseph Catto, $18.75; A. Lundeberg.  The game was a   close one but  our boys undoubtedly played'   the  best game, and kept the right end  ������f the field. v   ,'       ".  A'l the  M'ssion and  Abbotsfprd.,  flayers   were   treated "to      a  turkey  dinner  at Mr:      Tretheway',e  ,-iouse,   wh'ch   everybody   enjoyed'"  "ind.Jf the Mission boys w<?re win-"1  \%  STORE  t*  4.  CPHEE 8c KERR  -tl'/orize'd-tto .secure 150 copies*?:  'lie  Lridifcial  statement;-���������>    O*   /  .���������*���������*<���������' '    ' u'  ,-,Thal the. plan of sub-jdivision of'  ^N%; W.. r-4,. Sec.  i", T'p:'l4-'be"n"ot  constructed   and   no/profile   plan-  of. said roads is furnishexUto- show  ���������vhether It is^feasible to-biiildthe  roads'rwhere shown'and_ ^connect  vith the present road system.'  That > a > court   of  Revision      of"  Mrs  SOCIAL AND-PERSONAL 'with a   painful accident^on Mon-._  /.( <j'" or--��������� -   i'day slipping, and,spraining     hei  rs. '%.. -Freeman'as is her us"Rankle., 5hev went to*the jhospitaHn.  \_ >._j..���������i._:_     New Westminster oii Thursday.     \  ,      *���������    ' .i^.-o-I-.-   - -    .       .    -  " llal custrnifOn^CHristmatsJentertain-v  'ed'heif Biests"and' friends to a^'������iae->  Is Sinner ait ,the\ hotel.  \  "Mr. Aa ,Mrs. J. J. ', Sparrow  ha^e riurned from' spending ^the  Christnfas with friends in'Portland  Oregon  ���������o���������-  Mj-b'J   McMenemy -and ^ch ldren ,  retux'ijd home from Vancouver on  'S^Lurlay.  \  Misl Sadie Parker of Vancouver'  ispcnlrChristmas with-Mr. arfii'Mra  Jumt/Nfcl&on. '    y . .   .,  M������/^rs  Adair   and  McMantis 'ot  anpuver spent Thursday in5tow������v  Miss Essie ' Shortreed spent the  Christmas with,her parents Mr.  and  Mrs!      Robert   Shortreed.    ���������  Mr., and Mrs. Widiam Lyle  and children spent Christmas in  New< Westminster with Mr. Lyle's  sister, Mrs.,Henderson.       \  /"���������Mr. Caswell spent Christmas  with his sister Mrs: -' James Mc-  Oowan.   -   '      ���������    . -  Mrs. Heath  spent,Tuesday'with  friends  in  Clayburiv. '  ��������� 0_^   >y ;    ;  .<M!ss   Mitchell   who    spent ��������� th'e  ( Christmas holidays .here with her  V   '���������?k many,-friends of Miss, Luke   parents, returned to Vancouver on  Vwil/be sorry 'to hearthat/shje me't 'Thursday morning.  *     ��������� '   ^.  Ihe^voteis' list be hell in the mum  cipal Hall on January 7th, Saturday 'at '-2' p. m.    "i -   *��������� v.        /  " That thpv nominations for, re'eve,  and councilors be li2ld in the;muhj  cipal Hair on"Monday, January 9 th  from thv'e'hour ol>12 o*clock"rio,dn,tbs  l   p.m. ,     .   ,- ,1  --That the   nomiations for  school1"  trustees to beheld in municipal hall'  ������11'Monday, January 9th from'/the '  'hour-bf 12 o'clock noon,to.2 p.m. r^  .That the clerk, James Gibson "be"'  appointed  returning   officer V-'fof  the municipal and school board election at the "usual remuneration  an dthat he be authorized to ',faip-  point the deputy returning officers.  In1 the   event  of  a   'p'oll' (being,  demanded the,date of poU'ng-ahall  be -Saturday,- January   14th   from  the,hours of'9 a.m. to 7' p.m-./and  * t  the, polling places shall.be; ' t , )  VVardl, Andrew  Prey's 'Store af  line   Grove," r._ ',--*   .  Ward II, ,'Orange Hall'-Mt.'-Lehman. }   ''    "     .-w"'   '  ' - *,*''1_   <   /'  Ward III, Gust Farmer's-House at,  Claytburn.     ; '',''/���������'' "  Ward  IV,   Pubic Hall,  Matsqui  village.   ���������.'   I    r s^i'      ' ' '  That the clearing of Ma'ple Grove',  cemeteiy be left in 'the���������handss ..of  Councillor   Cruickshank.''        - '.  '  That Councillor Satch'ell be' ^'u-  thoiized to expend '$50 tfo^foi puncheon on.Glenmore road,'  Taylor $10.28; _Wm. Staffol-d/$ir.25  R.   Pear don '$20.31 ;'1 C. Hanson $12.-'  .78;- Sf '-Olson.   ������12*78 : , jV%Iurphy,  $11.33 ;'M. Me^ ndeiv'f oremah $25.00{  \John WChite, roadw.oi.-k on town-v  jhip*lirfe.$5-00J\>V^l.   Mirsh, buildr  IngbrUgj   cn'Exfe'n': ed^R'Ive'rroad  .$22.33;;' Thos ",;Sulli<an,      building,  bridge oh Extended Riyer road $32  Solicitors,Retainers* and legal'' ex-  'pen>e^$iy5ii; -Rdyal   City JSTavi-  gatiVnTComVany for"lunibir~Ward  .IV^iJlOj'Vr^CC.^Gazette,'; adver  "tiSin'gfby-Jaws. $51^% John.,q;eo m,  fen'cing 1909,;taxes 'deducted, '$&0 87:  'JoKh-r Taylor, hauling gravel to <be  applied;on^arreafs of statute labor  $26.00 ;/T. ������A'.f Lehinan's biir'/n $13  forii^auTing-gravel was kid over   ;  Wni? -pftok, lumber for'Glen  V'al-  le-ybridge , applied towards1 ,L?xes  $i 5^; ;Cf.   W.; Lehman, ohiug^ aif-  lerence (between wjld land la*; and  real property  tax,;$90 2������j  -jThe^lodow ng by-laws w^re    r,e-  con,skiiered,a   doptod   and   finally'  pa'Vsod;  1 ,l'Kev diy.orted Hun'angdun Ro.id  By.-la'w/mO;   ^i ' '   ��������� ' "��������� s ,  The Matsqui,R4qad RcgalatiJi- P-'j  La,w/1910; \\ , .     ..''-.   '      ���������j  '���������fThe- 'HuritJing(dbn , ."Ab,bQtiiford.  and', Riverside Road By-law 1910,  audi he reeve and clerk were auth  izedj. to sign the 'same and affix,  the -corporate 'seal.\        .     .    '  Tlie council then adjourned to  meet in tho munic"pal'JBairon'Sat-  ur Jay; January^ Tth a/Kll a.m., and  party, but-alas ^tHe gejnial  jtetp be a^bachelbfs'^Vj r C^tf^&A  the genial host s������d- 1- -   ��������� "\., u ^v  0- v/i  spent and*many a -toaia&wW. call-  ed for" *by,th'e youngest/man pref-^"^'./  erit. and in'o,toast was drank,^with /'   '  m^re*-gusto*'Yhan the   health.?, 'of ������  and "'prosperity;  of  Mr/ and   Mrs.'"  Charlie Bell., No one "was forgot-  ten. i There  was 'toast after toast ,  and  then "there   was   bridfee^, and  whist.      The many-friends df\ther  -'  newly  married  couple  wish  them.1- '  all the happiness and prosperifcytit    -  is possible.,forithem\ to have.'.MayC  (.hegood things "of life be theirs*  >  '   ;, V���������o-r -\ ; '  ' I ft? I  _c������ <���������<  to sit as a   court of revision.  Mr.      Jovs' Scott  of  Chilliwack  spent a   few  days in Abbotsford  J iiiis week. -  Do not forget the'Jolly Entertain';  ers who will appear in the (Maple   ..  *  Leaf flail on January 3rd.   Tli'ere*  '  "  are   twenty, talented  perfefrfin-erg     ''  and they guarantee a   good time."  l!o present and enjoy the music.lhe  Comedy, the Songs, the Recitations.,  of these,-young'people.  ���������The Presbyterian* Sunday Schoolr"-'  held'their  Christmas Tree'*ini(the "/ '  church, ont Thursday;?nighi\ ���������TheyV/*?   i  had-an- excellent'.pi,bg'ramme,^cbn--' ^  sisting  of   songs/ and Vecita'tioris',    "  and dialogues,-'and th6n came the' 1     "1  'o.g-item'bn the Droga^mme a-p^es-.,   . L  'eht for each small boy and girl"off    >.-  the- Christmas   tvee'. ������*: Everyhody^  present \yas made happy.-1    '"'   '������   ';  I  , Rev.     Mrr .Yates istTspe/adin^- a^������*-. ' '  few days at.thesepast 'with^hisiia"-./   ,  ther^vho is about" 90 years old/ "'"' ''  "'.''  1  * 1  *'l *  V"  _  r  f' TWO
THE ABBOTSFORD POST,     'ABBOTSFORD; B. C.
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CHURCH   SERVICES
Presbyterian Church��� Rev. J. L
Campbell, B. A., B. D. pastor.
Abbotsio:d, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.in.
Upper Sumas, May 29, and every
����� tenia tc Sunday at 3 p.m.
C E/, Wednesday at 8 p.m.
J*5llliU��y   bCllOOl   h.1  o   iP.   1U.
Methodist Church-
Sunday School 10 a. in.
Presbyterian ' Church���Rev.    i
Alder.
Mount Lehman, 11 a.m.
Pine Gijovc, 7 ;30 p.m.
(ulenmore, 2 ;M
D.
THE ABBOTSFORD POST
J'tihiisliod ��� every    Friday    by    tlio    I'osi
PubllKliini-  Company.
A weekly Joiirntil devoted Vj Lhe.Intel
est* of Abbots l'oi-il and sui.. ���^Muditig' ill.--
trJct.
Advertising Rates made knov.. "n h|j
pl'lcutlon.
LKQAL ADVlOUTtSiNG���12 cents' pei
line for first Insertion, and 8 ceiitK a 11 ii�����
rnr all subsequent uon--eculive Insertion
Our SUibboletli���Neither for nor affin
the   OovernDtent.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1910
ABBOTSFORB   POSTOFFICE
Office honr.s-from 8 a. ni. to 7 p. m.
No 3M M-ail tu-ain from Vancouver
and east due 8:07.
Isio S07 Mi:.l train from States due
. 6 .53.
Train No. 314 south bound due at
8;07; No 308 due at 17 :27.
Train No. 307 north bound due at
6;53; No 313 due at 18:22.
Great  Northern���going north  at
%;M; going south at 7 ;15.
M,an tor Up per SSuuius every Monday.
Wednesday und Saturday, 1 p. mi.
Mail for Peardonville every Tuesday
and Saturday, 1 p. m.
Mail for Aldergrov'e, Shortreen'
and Otter, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 1 p.m.
BUSINESS   DIRECTORY   OF
ABBOTSFORD.
General  8tor;es ���
Authier Bros.
D. W.- Turnbull.
M. L. MoPb.ee.
Hotels��� ;,
Abbotsford Hotel, H. Freeman, Prop.
Commercial, J. A. Blair, Manager.
Real   Estate���-
J. W.'.lylcCallum...
C. A.,Sumner.
Western-Realty; J. J. McPtaee & W.
Nelson'.
Lindsay Russell, C. E.
AuctldTOeer'B-���
Lindsay. Russell, G. B.
J.  Wt.; iHcGallum.
Banks���'-;
'      Royal Bank of Canada, W. H. Kerr,
..Manager. " .1
Cr&amery-r-
;   H. A.. Howe,  Proprietor.
.Hardware and Furnfture���:
, H.  Alanson.
. Butohers���
.  J; Monkman.
Ruthig and King.
Livery Stable���
Lyle & Anderson
Baker and Confeotlonsr���
L. Legace.
RB9TAJJRANT-
Conrad Andersen.
Shoemakers���
M. Hauser.
Board of Trade���
J. W. McGaJlum, Secretary.
Blacksmith������
Stanley Ausneau.
Barber .and Pool Room-
Jos. Sanderson.
G-. Isenor.
Tobacco and Novelties���
J. V. Means.   -
Doctor���
.   T. A Swift. ���
SADDLERY  audi l^RDWASE-
ti. J. Oernaey.
MERCHANT , TAILOR. ,
T. C. Coogan.  .
SURVEYORS.
Henderson ' and  Taylor.
ABBOTSFORD DRUG STORE.
MUSIC, TEACHER���
Miss AUce Steed.
In extending to our many readers our best wishes for a Happy
and Prosperous New Year, we are
sure \vc are not wishing Abbots-
ford anything but what is sure to
taUo place. The coming year we
ice. w.il be a glorious year for
..-ur town. -The past year has seen
many changes for the 'better and
juug.ng by Jio bright -prospects
.\"c sue everywhere around us the
com.ng year has much in store for
lis that is good. There are more
boosters in Abbotsford to the
square inch than any other town
.11 the Vadey. Let us keep on
boosting; say a good word, act
a goo J act, write a' good word
wherever possible in favor of our
town.   T'lun _ "Watch   Abbotsford
v.il'OW'."
The past year has seen the' B. C.
E. R. completed to Chilliwack
giving us communication by tram
lo that town and the coast cities.
We have always had the C. P. ' R.
We get the Great Northern occasionally This keejis us to the fore
and makes the ctown . a railway'
centre that is sure to heLp us grow
Our town is iightad by elec r c.ty
There are few small towns that can
ooast of that.
Let us \ make one resolution at
.ne jiNew Year^to be che means of
showing-the-good points of-Ab-
bo.tsforu to. at least one -prospect-:
lve settler,each month.   Of course
the  real ^estate, agents ,iare. doing
^**'*^**^^#**^*^**4i:��:^*#.-5{:^*
egace
ABBOTSFORD,   BAKER
Bread, Buns, Kisses,
Cream Puffs
Wedding Cake a Specialty
if
i
I
I  ABBOTSFORD, B. ���.. -
thh.t every, day; but that is their
business. But let everybody be-
cJUne the means of bringing in
a settler during the cqming year;
and --"Watch   Abjbotjsford  jGro.w."
Abbotsford is minus any cross-,
ings on Essendene avenue, which'
is decidedly annoying to many
of us. The crossing in front of
McPhee's store should be repaired
at once for the convenience of all
There should be another crossing
at Alanson's corner towards the
Great-Northern station. ��� Both . of
of them would be appreciated >-e
are sure.
Uf course we are aware that the
government has spent a lot .of
money in Abbotsford thisyqar but
there should be no delay in 'giving
these two crossings.
FRUIT PACKING 'SCHOOLS
To -bring before the public '.. the
method in which fruit ishould, be
packed for the market packing
schools will be arranged for by
the provincial government-in any
district. It is however required to
guarantee a minimum attendance
of pupils.
The department of agriculture
provides the instructor- and pays
his expenses. The depaTtment will
bear the cost of packing paper,
fruit, and all othe ^legitimate expenses except that ?of packing
tables/which will be left at each
point after the school is finished.
The responsible bo/dy in e..ch case
whether a muncipal; body, Farmers'
Institute or Fruit Orowers' Association, will be -required to guarantee a minimum of twelve' pupils, but not more than tfifteen, at
V lee of Three Dolt are each, to
take twelve lessons oyf two and    a
' 3ssoii; in   other'words one week,
n  a   limited   number  of  districts
double   packing, school  can   be
rrange'd for in which'the miriimum
guarantee   will    'be      twenty-four
jupiis,  but' not more   than thirty,
lor   the   sam'e  period.      Arrange-
��� nents can be made for an evening'
jr late afternoon' public demonstra
tion oh apple packing for the .bene
.11: of the district at large.
About throe boxes per pupil of
iruit is necessary. The hardier
varieties such as Ben Davis and
vjano are iprei'erred. Fruit (must
be in fairly good condition but it
need not be graded. Associations
should at once secure the necessary fruit, or if none, is now left in
tuc d.strict, this' should be staged
.u tno Line application is made
and the department will look after
.t.
Two  tables  IGx-l and  3fcet .high
w.ih burlap top and rests for boxes are  required for fifteen  pupils.
Those tables cost about $8.50 each
when-made   up   -by   a   'carpenter.
Tney are  unnecessary  where fruit
pack.ng  associations   can   provide
tiio.r tables. ' In  cases  where these
tables must be provided please advise  the  department  and  full  instructions for construction will bo
sent.
Advantages   of   Packing   Schools.
1. Practical and thorough instrti
struction in actual eommorcialpack
ing will bo given. Pack.ng schools
have, proved, very successful because' each pjpil is engaged in
actual packing under personal supervision of ' an instructor who
snow's and can teach     commercial
.JACKUlg.  ,
���1. pupils will have an opportunity to learn the method and e-
quipment used by up-to-date and
iJrogre-b.iiAre associations, for the
most cconom c:l 'pick.ng; grading,
packing, wrapping and handling
jf  fruit.
'6. instruction will be given in
the operation' -of the Fruit' .Marks
Act, in the proper marking of
different sizes and. grades of fruit.
4. ' Incidentally,, instruction      in
ci       ^\jrade\3mak'^
AXXE GREASE,
HARNESS OIL,    WHIPS,
". CURRY'COMBS,   -
HALTERS,v BRUSHES; ��� SWEAT  COLLARS,    and also
BICKMORE'S ' GALL 'fcURE, ^h.ch   >vc  warrant  a  satisfactory
Cnro for -Gnlis, Wounds, and .Sores upon nuimals.
.     kJ ���
P.O. Box 45
ERNAEY
A. botsford, B. C.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE
AND
TOURING AUTOMOBILE
We can give you lhe; bcsl  of attention at Reasonable Rates.
Our New Touring Automobile is in grcat^cleinaucl.
Wm. LYLE
Stables on Esscr.dcnc Avenue
exhibition .packinig  will- be-, given
5. t Packers.    "wl\o   ' are ;.; given
a . score of 75 ef fj."ciency in the pack
>ng school ari'd.who-.put-up''a creditable pack .the following'year will
'b'e ���' entitled to; a "i diploma, ��� certify
ing the;same, from tlie department
oi   Agriculture.. ?'
' G. Pruif growers in the district-
may visit' the' packing .school at
any time and secure information'
in this way. The evening' demonstration and lecLure on commercial
fruit packing will also be valuable
In view of the large demand for
packing schools and the fact that
Linat work must be started early in
January, districts which aim to a-
vailt hemselves of this opportunity should -send application as soon
as possible to R. G. Winslow, the
Provincial Horticulturist" at Victoria.   .
You will find my store the cheapest place in
Vancouver to buy
Furniture,   Carpets,
Linoleums,
Stoves and Ranges
I can save you'-money.. '  '���������'- '���'<���������
i
��� ..V
See me before buying'.; ���'. ! '���'' -. ,
���������",���   ,���:,.! guarantee sasisfaction
i
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SS E. HERD
Late of Hudson Bay
Stores, Vanancuuver.   ,
COSTUMIER and DRESSMAKING
BALL-DRESSES A SPECIALTY
d. a. McClelland
300 Cordova Street,  West, cor.  Cambie,     Vancouver, B. C.
INSURANCE
LOANS
CANADA4S
Greatest; Nurseries
���Want- a   Representative       for    -
IvflSSiON CITY,  B. C.
and surrounding district
Tine reliability, healthy condition
otf our stock as well as trueness to
nvame. must be appreciated by the
Public or they would not have
helped us to increase our business
yearly sunce 1837, the date of oulf
establishment.
Our firm's name lends prestige
to our representatives.
Complete line of Nursery SStock
for SSpring' X911.   ���
Write   for   full  particulars.
STOWE & WELLINGTON
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���maw   ... THE ABBOTSFORD POST,      AHIJOTSFOr'd. B.C.  ABBOTSFORD,  B. C.  Capital paid up,  5,000,000.  ,  Reserve Fund, 5,700,000.  Total Assets, 70,090,000.  A general banking business transacted.  SAVINGS    BANK  Accounts opened with Deposits of \.W r\ I upwards.   Home Savings Banks issued. '  Banking by mail given every attention.     We.'  have correspondents throughout the world.  S. A. MORLEY, manager  ssb������:  "���������wm* 'mm^mrmM'mr/rtmmitrnt9  J   MCELROY 8c Co.  LIQUORS,   WINES   AND    CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  Cor."Essendene Ave. and Oscar St.,  . CITY  ������flSBB;  /  /  BBOTSFOR  LLWMU^M^jmntimwBMiwaw:  iMMwiiimii.vj������Miwiupgwiig������g  :;:. ABBOTSFORD, B. C    .  '.'- ,Strictly- first-class in: every, respect.- - The bar'is  stocked with the best of wines, -liquor and cigars, ���������' -  -       RATES,   $1.5d TO  ^2.00, PER   DAY  -TTTW "TTflTMIBni��������� -  PROPRIETOR  J-H. FREEMAN,  ������6SO;  :������8B������  ISEESU  ?���������'  t  T  T  T  -?'���������  T  T  t  Y  f  Quickly for this property is bound to double ���������������  in value inside of a year from now.  4 30x120 ft lots on  9  L  f  f  Y  T  f  f  ^ delightfully situated on the best of soil only 8 ������  A minutes from, C. P. R., G. N. R. and B. C. E. A  ���������?��������� .Railway stations oh Yale road. ���������*  %   Price $350;   $100 cash,   I  balance one and two years at 6 per cent.  ���������������������  THIS IS A SNAP if you are looking for a ������*  ,   /4'    l" ���������   1 j ���������     1        ' i     _  .  1 Z!  <*3  Y ���������.  , ��������������� *-*  ��������������������������� delightful residential spot at a very low figure.  T    ���������  >  NOTE THE PRICE!  ���������!���������  \  \  f  t  T  t  P. 0. Box 58 Phone  Telegram-Sumner, Abbotsford, B. C.  THE LOST  IS FOUND AGAIN  The little Martin.girl who ran  away from Agassi a. and finally, after wandering to the coast, probably over* the tram line to Westminster then to Aliasion has been  taken home by her mother. Constable Black went over to 'Mission  on Wednesday evening anil ���������on  finding the true facts of the case,  he brought the girl's mother vup  from Vancouver the next evening  where ' she ,had gone to look for  the girl. During the girHs stay  in Mission she had a most comfortable home with Mr. and Mis.  F. Hughes of that town. But,  on Wednesday morning she again  left and landed at ]\lr. Hanson's  house. She was taken lo Mission  and the CV J.'. R. consta'blu had  charge until Mrs 'Martin arrived  from Vancouver, on the eveiiing'.s  train. r - '  WIT AND [TUMOR  Tile Editor of I.I10 Northwest Review Talks of Money  It   takes  mousy to' run a   newspaper remarks the SI John,Kansas,  Ne.ws.    What   and   exaggeration?--  What a   whopper!   It has     been  discovered a thousand times; it is  case of airy fancy.   It doesn't take  money  to   run  a   newspaper.     It  can run without mo'hey.   It is not  a,  business venture: ��������� IL is a   charitable institution, a , bogging con-  ".crn,   a   highway   robbery.        iA  newspaper is the child of the air,  a   creature  of   a   dream.   It    can  go on and on and any othsr .business concern would be in the hands  of a , receiver- and'wound up with  'cobwebs in the windows.   IL takes  Wind  to- run  a   newspaper.        It  takes gall to run a   newspaper. It  takes   scintillating   acrobatic  imagination and a   half dozen white  shirts and  a   railway pass  to run  a   newspaper.    Who   ever   needed  money  to   conduct  a   newspaper?  Kind words are the medium of. exchange that do the -bus ness f or,the  .editor���������kind words and church soc  iable  tickets,   and not. many     of  those!   When  you   see  an   editor  "with. .   any '   money ,[ ^ you watch;  He'll be paying his bill and disgrac  ihg his profession.   Never give any  money,'to  an',editor.' '���������] Make 'him  trade it our. ,He likes'.to swa'pV,.' ���������  r Then when you- die, 'after,having -  stood'around for years'and sneered'at the .editor and his little' jim-  crow paper; :with' ail its ads.,- be  sure and have,your  wife  send in  for  three  extra copies by ,o'ne of  your weeping children, and whe'rj  she reads' thegerierous and touch-  !j*3 notice about y" x, forewajnh'jr  ro neglect to ser'-l f-fieati cents to  the   editor.   It   wouJd   overwhelm  him.   Money   is v    a      corrupting  thing.   The editor knows it; what  he wants is'your heartfelt thanks  Then  he  can thank  the    printers  and they can thank their grocers.  Take your job work  to another-  job ofC.ce, and then come back and  ask  for   free  notices.    Get      your  lodge   letterheads   and  stationery  printed out of town, and then feed  the editor with beautiful thoughts  in resolutions of respect and cards  of thanks.   They make" such spicy  reading, and when yb'u pick it up  filled with  these glowing and vivid mortuary articles, you are so  proud of your little local paper.  But 'money,���������scorn the filthy-  thing. Don't let the poor innocent  editor know anything about it.  Keep that for sordid tradespeople who charge for their wares.  The -editor gives, his bounty away  The Lord loves a cheerful giver!  Ee'll take charge of the editor. He  has a charter from the state to  act as door mat for the community  He will get the paper out somehow; and stand up for the town,  and whoopit up for you when you  run for office, and lie about your  pigeontded daughter's tacky wedding and blow about your big-foot'  ed sons when they get a $4 a  week   job,      and      weep over  your shrivelled soul when it is released from its miserable bulk, and  smile at your giddy wife's' second  marriage. Don't worry about the  editor���������he'll get on. '.The Lord only knows how���������but somehow.  t>i**n'ntMxnntommmmm*n*cx% Elvii.~it^*imimm***mi+������im rwii-mtw.1 ���������?*������������������������������������������������������ j-j.wt.bwi.^hi  Commences  uesday, Jan  titv&mrrMmm^nmnwKmxnLn&jau-azxnAMinvtmTttrviw.  ^M^mm&wm^mm^wmm^m  And being heavily stocked  m every department we intend, to reduce it to about  one-half    its   present    size.  Your car fare will be saved  many times over by shopping at   this  popular store.  A large quantity, of desirable merchandise���������purchased by our buyer at aston'r  ishingly low prices���������will be launched forth  -at this great event. ���������    .  Come on Tuesday���������come ..every week  through January���������every day will find us  offering new and tempting Bargains. . '  ,; G23:627���������Columbia St,.New Westminster., \,,j-St;i![f  ) gBHSSSB^ESSS  When You are Trying the New  ectric Road Call on Us  Singer Sewing Machines, Victor Gramophones,  Edison Phonographs, and all the latest Records  always in stock. Largest collection of Records  in the Province. ��������� ���������  &  NOTE THESE PRICES  Victor-No. 1, $31,   Victor No.2, $42.  Victor No. 3, $50, Victor No. 4, $63  Victor Victrola, Oak and Mahogany,  250  Edison Phonographs  from  19.50 to 250  We have Violins, Mandolines, Guitars, Banjoes, all prices to suit all pockets, Sheet Music,  in fact everything found in a first class Music store  You are welcome whether you buy or not.  J   call and see us when you are in town.  J.H.TODD'S   Music House  ���������119 Columbia Street, New Westminster, B. CV  g. fi^ fflsii!!aff������������s������gn assiemMtmym^ iJiisssasssmismtii^Bimsmt  v^Y^rvm,av,^ommmWW U"  -^.������������������r������-7 mm��������� nn^w. FOUR  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,      ABBOTStfORD, B. C.  rsaf.  HRTE  ���������-'.-'��������� .<i!.-:..  ���������MjaVJi.ML.  *.-'*->i.-������ir-  #  All kinds of fresh meats in season. 1  Fresh Fish every Thursday. |  ONLY  A1   MEATS  KEPT  IN  STOCK     |  We deliver the goods *       Kii  H  i ��������� ',v  atromze  ome btore  When in need of   Furniture,   Sashes,   Doors  and General Builders Supplies.  Secure our prices before placing your order.  We guarantee all our goods.  H. ALANSON  Social and Personal.  LOSST���������A hat. Will the finder  kindly return to the owner and re-  coaive reward.  . Mr. and Mrs. T.' H. Simonds of  Langley Prairie are the guests of  Air.   1). Nelson  this week.  Miss Bell Elliott of Vancouver  spent Christmas with her parents  in Abbotsford;  Miss Young of Vancouver spent  spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs.  Dr.     Swift.  Constable Black returned home  Tuesday morning from spending  the.-Xmas holidays in Vancouver.  '..������������������   '    ' ������: ��������� :���������   ���������  Miss "Edna Boyd spent Christmas at home with her .parents, Mr.  and Mrs;     P.   Boyd.  ���������'    ���������     . --''"  ..Mr.;'   Coffin  met with >a painful  accident on  Monday last      while  na'uling iwood he fell off the   load  the Wheel passing over one of his  k-gs. ���������  Mr. William Kennedy's nephew  Mr. Caldwell from Vernon is here  on   a.  visit.  Mr. Ross of the Pine Grove Mill  staff spent Christmas in Tacoma.  MSWOBSBStnBMnVJB  A.   C.   McCorke.ll,   Vancouver.  C.   .Russell,  Tacoma,  Wash.  W.    Rosa,   Tacoma.  T.   S.!   Clarke,   Vancouver.  Commercial.  J.   A.   Walch,Stanwood.  C.   G.   Walch,   Stanwood.  Fred   Howard,   City.  A.   Nelson,   Abbotsford.  Thos L.   Gordon,  Chilliwack.  G.   McT-Ieffy,   Chilliwack.  13. "Bromley,   Vancouver.  R.   Bromley,   Vancouver.  A.   Logan, Vancouver.  J.   Pearson,   Vancouver.  E.   Campbell,   Vancouver.  T.   Campbell, New  Westminster.  Thos.   Lee,  New   Westminster.  C.   Smith,   Clover dale.  ���������: o ���������  THE    MARKET.  Messrs W. S. Robertson and  George Reith from Deroche were  in town .on Tuesday, and pu'rehas  ed a -five acre lpt each  Mrs.; Stinson was hostess on Mon  day last to number of her  friends whom she entertained to a  Christmas  dinner.  ! Mr. M. W. Copeland spent lhe  Christmas with his pai'ents ( in  :Chilliwack. He was accompanied  .by- Mr. ��������� Harold McArthur, principal of the public school.  ���������:��������� WANTED TO PURCHASE  \ Forty acres improved farm in  the Fraser Valley, with or without  house and buildings, conven.ent to  station or landing. Apply to J.  H. Smith, Straiton, B. C. for  full   particulars,   first   letter.   o   HOTEL ARRIVALS  Abbotsford Hotel.  Thos Mason, Victoria.  Geo.   Black, Vancouver.  ���������'���������  E.   R.   Beale, Vancouver.  Geo. Tyus  Vancouver.  "���������'  M.   Moore,  New   Westminster.  E.   Harrison,   City.  J  T. " J.   Walker,'Ottawa.  /;   F.;   Sutherby,   Ladner<  ;���������   Jos.   Scott, Chilliwack.  L.   Waddell,   Bejllingham.  Mart.   ijicks, Sumas.  Harry Biladeau. New Westminster. . >w;   : ���������  E.   &;���������  Wykes, Grand Rapids.  New Westminster, Dec. 23���������Poultry reigned  on the market     this  morning, and all else bowed' to its  sway, the  main produce  of other  weeks of the year falling ,the farthest from sight in the Christmas  rui������;h.   Poultry   (met   the   eyq .Everywhere. It  crowded the      meat  from the   butcher stalls, the eggs  and butter from the dairy vendors'  counter and   the vegetables  from  the   grocers. Flowers   and   cut  plants alone contested the right of  the turkey and goose for control  of the building. The Christmas  market fell -on an opportune day  this year, close to the holiday. As  a result the attendance was one  of the largest that the market  building has been called upon to  accommodate. Buyers elbowed  their way from stall to istall seeking the finest turkey or goose or  the one nearest the size of their  jjuiisfes. Everywhere Christmas  and its -good cheer was evident.  Decorations-6'f green boughs and  colore dpaper adorned the -stands  of the sellers, sthe flower counters  WtDre bright with blooms, and piles  holly, and the butchers displayed  their finest cuts 'of meat.  The turkey was the most sought  after of all the produce on the mar  ket to-day with geese a   close second.   Live  and   dresed  they  were  everywhere.   Every 'salesman  and  woman sold  them.   Dressed poultry was  most in evidence, -turkey  selling at   35c a   \b.t  geese     and  chicken at  25c   The poltry tables  were  crowded   with   sellers,   each  with a   few of th^ir best b'rds   tur  sale.   Farmers who could not fin 1  space at the counters sold     from  boxes on the floor.   The arrival of  the market train from Sumas add  ei  to  the already large  number,  in order to dispose of their bird3  at the late hour, some of the new  arrivals lowered the price on the  geese and  chickens   to  20e a    lb.  An interesting feature of the poultry market was the strong demand  for local birds'.   In the city stores  the buyers could obtain cold storage Eastern birds at 5c ,a   lb less  than they could buy on the market  but they preferred the home fed  bird.  Only a   fair amount of   livepoul  try was brought to the -market.. A-  bout 75 dozen chickens were offered and most of- them were dispos  ed of.   No  change was noticed in  the price of the fowls, although a  large  percentage   were sold  '    by  weight   to-day.   .   Hens   weighing  5 to 6 pounds each brought 20c per  .pound.   Broilers   by   the.    .dozen  $���������1 to  $5, while roasters 4   to.5 lbs  sold at from $7 to $10 per,   dozen  Live turkeys' were offered in small  quantAies.   In all about two dozen  were sola.   They brought from 2!3c  to 29c, per lb.   Geese  were  somewhat'scarce.- Two dozen or     loss  were offered live, at from $.1.25 to  $2.00 each.  Several were sold     al  ipl.To   Several dozen ducks went at  ..-om $1.50  to $2.25  Meat.was a very scarce commod  ity in the wholesale section,, practically none coming in on the boat  The prices remained the same as  lJ3t week. The demand was not  strong, the butchers being well  stocked with meat bought during  the week.The retail bu.c.iers'stalls  did a large business, mostly in  poultry and prime roasts of meat,  were also eagerly sought. Prices  generally were  unchanged.  Eggs continued to fall in .price.  Starting at 65c a dozen the lower  figure ofl ast week, they fell stead  ily until they reached (50c at which  'figure most, were sold. The supply was much larger than last  week and the number of vendors  also increased. But'er remained at  from 35c to 40c.  Quotations by  Bo we'll & Oddy���������  MLtton  -  12c to 121-2  Lamb  14C to 14 1-2  Veal..small    lie to 12c  Pork   12c  Quotations  by   Pacific Meat  Mt.  Beef, carcass     7c  to  8c  Beef, h.nd  ; 9C to 10c  Beef, fore   ��������� 61-2 to 7 1-2  Mutton   12c to 13c  Quotations   Pacific   Meat   Mart.  Sheep   61-2c  Lamb. ��������� :: 14c  to. 15c  Pork-------- :-  lie to 12c  Veal' '--���������-::::  He to 12c  LIVE MEAT-  Lamb ���������- '.. 7C to 71-2  Veal '��������� j.* -v..-6c .to 61-2  Steers,      4C to 41-2  Cows  .'~���������  31-2 to 3 3-1 ||  Pork        9C    5  RETAIL MEATS���������  ���������Quotations   by   Cooper   Bros���������  Beef,- forequarters       6c   to   10c  Beef, hindqua-rtes..-"  8 to 15c  Lamb,   forequarters       15c  Lamb, hindquarters    f5c to 18c  Pork  - -  121-2 to 16.  Quotations  by Gain & Son���������  . F3vof, best rib roast --'-���������  14c  Beef, loin ���������       i8c  Beef, round steak-.���������--- :- ���������: 15c  Boiling   Beef    ,:,    8c'to   10c  Lamb' ~ ..:..  ���������. iec to 17c  Veal       -----  13c  to   17c  p������i'k    - - 14c  to   18c  Sugar cured  hacon   20c to 25c  Mutton    -  :..   i2ir2  to' 25c  FISH and GAME-  Qudtations  by Monk &Go.���������.  Salmon,   red    --......-...'...;._. 21bs   2'5c  Salmon, white  .'...'........... 1~... 3 lbs 25  Halibut  - '..:..!'...!  ioc  VEGETABLES-WHOLESALE!  Potatoes, ton $27 to  $30  Onions, per sack---' --$2.25  Onions,  lowland,   sack     $1.50  Carrots,   sack '-- ~   $1.00  Turnips,-   sack   ���������; ���������75c  ��������� Turnips,   ton   ��������� - :    $34  Carrots, ton  ���������  $17.59  Red, cabbage   ~ 5C to 15  Potatoes,   sack       $1.50  Brussels   Sprout       3   lbs      25c  POULTRY  Ducks, 3 to SJbs e/ach - $1 to $1.75  Geese, each    ... $1.50  to  $1.60  Pullets,  dozen   $10  to   $15  CLEARANCE  To make ready for new goods we are  clearing out all odd lines.  All dolls at half price.  Overcoats and suits at 25 per cent,  discount from regular prices.  The balance of Fancy China. at one-  third off. These are suitable for New Year  gifts. All goods at reduced prices are for  cash only..  D. W. TURNBULL  Abbotsford  and  Huntingdon  FIREWOOD!      FIREWOOD!  Fir, Cedar and Maple at popular prices.  Satisfaction guaranteed. Apply to  A. H. HAR'ROP.  Wellington Ranch ��������� -       -    ���������   Abbotsford B. C  Now  to   place your orders for Spring Delivery of Seed   Drills, Harrows  Cultivators, one horse Plows, etc.  Let us quote you for Prices and Terms on Gasoliue Engines etc. -  Call and inspect Show Rooms at Agent; H. Alanson.    -  -   '  A. G. BROWN & CO.  1048 Westminster Ave.,     * Vancouver, B C  Matsqui  Hotel  MISSION CITY, B.C.  This hotel has been thoroughly  .rennovated throughout and is now  open to the public.  The , Bar it stocked with the  choicest wines, liquors   and cigars.  Rates: $1.50 to $2 per day  SAM GILES, Proprietor  Henderson & Taylor  (Associate   Members Can.   Soc. C. E.)  Civil Engineers  R. A. H/ENDERSON  B. C. LAND   SURVEYOR  Offiec. next P. O. P. O. Box 1 1  Painting, Sign Writing  General repair' work  J. E. PARTON  Abbotsford        -���������        B. C.  Good Storage Room for  Furniture.  of  LIVE STOCK,  i  to  $12  $4'..to,$i>  Hens, dozen '-...........  Broilers, dozen ���������������������������������������������  DOGS  and   BUTTER  Eggs, wholesale -  ...55c  Eggs, retail  :..���������..................  gp  ������������������J utter, retaif---..- ������������������ ��������� ��������� .........  40c  VEGETABLES,' Etc ,-RETAIL.  Quotations 'by G. Dowling & Son  Onion, sack ������������������.,.���������............... $2.50  Onions, pickling, lb   .......... 5C  Onions,  cooking   ������������������  45   lbs      25c  Cabbage, lb   ���������-    4C  Apples, lb   ..........i    5c  Marrows -,-....................... 5c tol5  ABBOTSFORD. B.   C.  Nursery stock for sale,  one year old. Choice at 20  cents each, Northern Spy,  Jonathan, Grimes, Golden,  Gravenstein and King,  D.H.NELSON;prop  TiARRofT^osT  Embalmers and Funeral Directors  Vancouver, Office and chapel������������������  1034 Granville} St.,     Phone 3486  North Vancouver, Office and  chapel���������116 2nd st. Phone 134  IMPLEMENTS, etc.  on  WEDNESDAY,   JANUARY   11,   '11  At  Wellington  Ranch, Abbotsford  Starting at  1 p.m., shanp.  I have received instructions  from Mr. A. Hulton-Harrop to  offer by public auction, WITHOUT  RESERVE,  the   following.  HORSES���������One team of 7 and'l8  years, good work horses, drive either single or double, weight, a-  bout 2,700   lbs.  One Bay Horse 16.3 hands     high  8 years, very fast, 'broken -saddle  ,and to" drive, weight 1250 lbs.  One Horse 8 years, beautiful ladies' hack, will also drive.  Several   other   'horses.  CATTLE���������Six young heifers and  and cows, all due to calve in March  and   April.   All   good   sorts.'  IIOGS-Sow with litter at foot  one breeding sow and several others. ������������������  CHICKENS-Six dozen as well as  ducks and  geese.  liMPLEMENTS-Mower      (Deer-, '  ing),' Cultivator,   Cross  Cut   Saws  Sewing Machine (new) and  thirty  other sundry: lots df; furniture, etc  TERMS-Cash on fall of hammer.  Special arrangement may be made  with the Auctioneer before day of  sale. ��������� -  'LINDSAY   RUSSELL  1      -. v        Auctioneer  607 Hastings St. W.,'    VANCOUVER  1  j*ji  1  ^ Cm  is  M  5W?*8*f5"1  R/S-ftS.'fi  '^5585^^

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