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 ft  OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE GRAND LOYAL ORDER OF BOOSTERS  Vol. VII., JNo. 6.  abbotsford, b. c, Friday,  June 20, 1913  <-*i(i$������ JK"^ 8  51.00 PER YEAR  c  *Ard of trade-meets  Tho ndjounicrl meeting of tho Hoard  ot! Trade was hold in tho iMutioiiic'l-lall  on  Monday, .luno iUli.  Prosldcnl. llill-TouL occupied llio  chair,and an enLhuiiinullo Llioii^vli small  ' attendance wero prow'-tit.'  Mr. Alex. ftlcCalluiu was iippoliiloti  on tho Agricultural Committee in Llio  place of Mr. A. Marnip, whoso resignation was accepted.  ��������� The president reported (lia(. al a  meeting of llio 'Fniscii' Valley Uovolo'p-  ment League a rosoluUon was passed  asking the Provincial Ciovermnent Lo  sond a delegate throughout Llio different farming districts to give instruction in regard to bottling fruiL for ox-  hlbition purpoees.  Mr. Alanson  reported  on bolr-ilL" of  ��������� llio Water ConimiLt.ee that no dolinito  arrangements had boen arrived  at in  regard to financing the same.  Moved by Mr. Alanson, seconded by  Mr. McGowan, that tho Board purchase  ten barrels of crude oil for the purpose  of exterminating mosquitoes on the  Trairie, and that the co-operation of  the Kilgard Clay Co., the Sumas Municipality and the Council of Sumas  City. Wash., be asked in this matter.  Mr. Hill-Tout reported in, regard to  the Hazel Street crossing and slated,  that a-the last meeting of the Railway Commissioners that body had deeded t.hPt the Abbotsford Board o"  Trade had no status to act in this matter and that-it. would have'to"-be dealt  ��������� with' directly by the Provincial Government. He was given to understand  that if the Government made a request  for the ptreet.to be opened no objection would be raised.  The secretary was instructed to take  this matter up with the local member,  Mr. Cawley.  'Mr. Hill-Tout reported that at the  last meeting-of the Fraser Valley Development League it was decided to  hold their next meeting at ������������������ Abbotsford.  The matter was left in the hands of  -tho Publicity CoiuiniLieu, an it was (he  inioulloir oi I ho Hoard to provido a  luncheon  for llio vinitors that day.  ft I eCo wan-Go nut ay ���������-That Mossi-a.  Taylor, Alanson and Hill-Tuuf go thoroughly .into Iho matter of Incorporating thu'l.uwu, eilhor as'.a city or a municipality, and a complete report be  presented later.  GUN CLUB SHOOT  A vory siiccest-l'iil shoot, was held  on Wednesday when. Mr. L. Murray  won Llio. silver spoon-presented by Dr.  Swift, willi a score of 21. The leaders  in the DuPont handicap are: Murray  and Wiiigulst, tie for 1st, place; Cope-  land, 2nd; Taylor, Swift and Shortrocd  Lin for 3rd; Clark," 4th, and Alauson  5th. The 'following are the official  scores, 25 targets;  E  ]  2 3 4 5-6 7 S 91011 1  H.   Alanson    0  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1  0   1  A. Taylor       0  0 1000011  0   0  G.  Clark       ' 1  0 10 10 110  0   1  Dr.  Swift        1  0 0 10 10 11  0   0  W. Copeland X  0 10 10 110  0   1  R. Shortreed  0  10 10 0 0 11  1   0 -  L. Murray       1  11111 111  1 1  Winguist         0  0 10 0 0 11  1  1   0  Clark                0  1"!   1  0 1 0 0 1  1  1  Dr.   Swift        1  I  0 1 0 1 0 1 0  1   0  W. Copeland  0  0 110 10 11  0   1  R. Shortreed 1  .000101   00  1  1  A. Taylor "      1  0' 1  1  L 1 0 0 1  0   1  Total  ?,'l"3'i"4 1") 1G 17 18 19-20 21 22 23 24 25    '.:  0   0   1    0   0   0  0   1    0   0   0   10  0    5  1   11    1. ���������- 1   0  0   0   0   0   110  0   10  0   10   111  1.110   10   0  0 "14  10   0   10   0  10   0   0   110  0  '10  10   10   0   1  1   1   1   0   0   1.   o  0' 13  110   1   0  1  0   111   1   11  0   15  0   10   111  10   0   11    11  1   21  011110  1   0   0 .1   1    1-0  1   14  0   0   0   0   11  11   111-01  0   15  0   0   0   0   11  L   1   1   1   0   1   0  1    14  011.111  0111110  1   17  1   1  0   1   1   i  0   0   0   0   0   1' 1  1    13  10   0   10   0  0   10   0   0   10  . 0   11  Vinegar, Lemona  Our selection of Canned Fruits and Vegetables and the best on the market.  The regular meeting of the Matsqui  Council was held in "the Agricultural  building at Gilford on Monday, June  IGth. . ���������      ��������� ���������  .Present: Reeve Merry'fleld, in the  chair, and Councillors -.Satchell, Dell,  Frederickson and Melander.  The proceedings opened with tho  full Board sitting as a Court of Revision, to wind up the previous meeting's  business.  Coun. Melander moved, seconded by,  Coun. Frederickson, .that N.E. part of  "-I.E. Vi Sec. 21. Tp. 13, be assessed as  real property. Carried.  . Melander- Frederickson:���������That the  assessment roll as revised and corrected by the Court of Revision' oil  May 17, May 31, and Junet'l6, be adopted ��������� as the assessment roll for tho  current year for all municipal and  school purposes.   Carried. ',  This concluded the business, of the  Court of Revision, and Clerk Gibson  then read tho minutes of ..the Council  meeting lield'-at M.t.'-Lehman on May  31.. ..-/The. .Clerk, informed, .the r Board  that" before these- minutes could- be  adopted the minutes L of the meeting  held' at Gifforcl on May 10 must be  confirmed.  ���������This resulted in considerable discussion,' Coun. Satchell strenuously  objecting to their adoption on ac-  countf'of a'motion therein authorizing  the Council to purchase a strip of  right of way to connect with the Pa:  cine Highway, which the Provincial  Government is building throughout  the Municipality.- He contended the  Council had no right to purchase it,  as the Government .would- build the  road  anyway.  ' The Reeve explained to the Councillor that the Government had no  power to purchase right of way, and  it was up to the Council to do so, or  in all probability the road work would  be stopped.  The discussion lasted for some  time; finally the following motion was  passed:  Bell-Melander���������That the minutes of  the meeting held May 10 be adopted  as read. All the Councillors0 voting  for, with the exception of Coun.  Satchell.  The minutes of the meeting held  May 31 were then adopted with a correction that Coun. Bell advocated an  increase in the land tax.  Then followed the hearing of delegations, and they were numerous and  nearly all in connection with reads.  Messrs. R. A. Baynes and.T. Bracl-  ner addressed the Board re the Hal-  bert Road, asking for assistance, Mr.  Bradner  agreeing  to   donate  $50   for  same.  Bell-Satchell���������That Coun. Frederickson be authorized to spend $250  on the  Halbert Road.  ���������Mr. E. Willman asked the Council  to build "a'culvert at his place across  the Halbert Road. The Council were  willing to give him the material and  let him build it himself. The gentleman objected to the material used, so  the matter was dropped.  Bell-Frederickson���������That the Clerk  write to Gus Foreman re fence on  Halbert   Road   between   him   and   E.  Willman.  Messrs.   Small   and   Smith,   of   the  lumbian Hospital, New Wot-Lminstor,  addressed tlie Council on behalf of a  grant, for that institution.  Mr. Small explained that the hospital was a munii'ipal Institution, and  as the former bui/.ding had outgrown  its usefulness th;/ present new building'was found necessary. The building when completed would cost in,the  neishu^-hooc!- of $250,000 or ������300,000.  Of this the Government'gave $100,000,  while the city of New Westminster  had' subscribed $130,000;" but there  still remained a deficit of some $30,-  000. This,, the speaker hoped, wouia  be made up- by tho different Municipalities. He had Interviewed several  throughout the Valley, and in every  case' met with good success. Mr,  Small also felt'sure that the Matsqui  Council would see their way clear to  literally help this worthy project.  Ihe speaker also laid particular stress  on the beneficial advantages of the  training'school .for nurses which is  operated in connection with the hospital. .  Mr. Smith spoke briefly on the question, and stated that were it not for  the heavy taxes in'- New Westminster,  many of the/citizens would have subscribed' more liberally.  ������������������  ' ' Rcevo"'Mcrryfieid', on behalf of-'the'  'Council, 'thanked   the    delegates    for  their    attendance,    and    the    Council  wculd attend to the matter as soon as  possible.  Mr. Hutton appeared for assistance  onvthe   Hill   Road.     Laid, over,   and  Coun. Frederickson to investigate!.  .,. Mr. C.-B. Hill-Tout appeared on behalf  of   the   petitioners   re  the  King  Road. ,  Satciiell-Bcll���������That Coun. Melander  Ibe authorized, to spend $100 on the  King Road, providing the Government  spend an equal amount on this road  in Ward 1.  ' ' Bell-Satchell���������That Coun. Frederick-  son be authorized to spend-$150 on  the King Road, providing the Government spend a like amount.  Mr. Phinney appeared on behalf of  several petitioners for assistance on  the Hallard Road, the petitioners  agreeing to donate the sums set opposite their names. The matter, was  laid over, as it was thought more signatures could be obtained.  ��������� The following petition was read:  We, the undersigned ratepayers and  property holders', most respectfully  petition that the Township Liue Road  be graded between the Alexander  bridge and the east end of Alexander  farm. Further we hereby agree to  contribute toward the cost of the work  the sums set oppositel our severa  names, and this will be your authority  to collect.said sums from us on completion of the work.  E. G. Walters, $50; Mailes & Has-  tie, $25; M. E. Alexander, $10; A. J.  Rottluff, $10.  On motion of Coun. Bell, seconded  by Coun. Satchell, Coun. Frederickson  was authorized to spend $1.00 on this  road in accordance with the petition.  Mr. Isreal asked for a bridge over  the Isreal Road. Left in the hands of  Coun. Satchell.  Melander-Bell���������That Coun. Satchell  be authorized to spend $20 and a box  of powder on the Allan Road.  Bell-Frederickson���������That   K.   Rollag  look after thistle cutting on roads in  Ward 1.  Frederickson-Melander���������That  Coun.  '(Colnlto^d^otn list Page)  DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE  MET.IN ABBOTSFORD  The    Fraser   Valley    Development  League met at Abbotsford  on Thursday   of   this    week,    with   President  Heaps,  R. M.  Hulbert,  Coquitlam;   J.  A. Bates, Mission City Board of Trade;  Prof.   Hill-Tout,  Abbotsford  Board  of  Trade;   James   Gibson,   Matsqui,   arid  Secretary Wilkie being present.    The'  minutes of the previous meeting were  read and confirmed.   The'meeting was  a   short   and   business-like   one.    The  following resolutions were passed:  ��������� "That  this   Fraser Valley   Development League learns" with regret that  no notification    of    the markets and  general produce committee meeting or  j-Tiday, June 13th, was officially sent  to the League or,its accredited representative, and that a disposition was  evidently manifested that no part be  taken by the League in the representations  made  for  the establishment of  central     markets    to   the   provincial  government."  "rihat   the   Fraser  Valley   Develop-,,  ment League learns with  sincere  regret of the sudden death-of Ex-Mayor,  .;ohn A. Lee, of New'Westminster; and'  desires to express its deep sympathy  with Mrs. Lee and her family, and to  the city of New Westminster in  the  loss of one who has been ever prominent in promoting the* welfare of the  city  and  of  the Fraser valley   as- a  whole."  Communication was read showing  their' intention   of  again- joining   the  League. '      -    '     -  Chilliwack municipality claims the  reason it does join the League is that  it does not want any settlers.  Reports of advertising committee,  stating that answers had been received  from the various papers in the valley  stating that they were willing to devote space in publishing names of  those seeking places on farms.  Tlie question of a booklet was left in  the hands of the committee until next  meeting.  "Thu. the' League respectfully recommend for the consideration of the  government a separate department,  with a minister devoting the whole of  his time to that department"���������notice  of motion at next meeting.   ���������.  The meeting then adjourned.  The delegates were entertained by  the Board of Trade at luncheon at the  home of Mr.' and Mrs.' J. F. Boyd,  which was probably the most delicate  and delicious yet enjoyed by the  League delegates in their monthly  ���������our throughout the Fraser Valley.  Prof. Hill-Tout outlined the aims and  objects of the League, holding the at-.  tention  of  the  twenty-five  who  were  present for over half an hour.   President Heaps and others gave addresses.  The Presbyterian Ladies Aid will  hold a strawberry Social Wednesday  June 25th at ,1110 home of Mrs. Cur-  ree Afternoon Tea also Ice Cream  will be served from 3 oclock on.  . Everybody come.  '.Rev. C.'-F.' Yates is attending the  Masonic Grand Lodge at New Westminster  this week.  Mr  and Mrs. Yenny, of Abbotsford,  spent Sunday with friends in town.  Mt  m&r&i  JKTfTHW;.  ���������raw  ;*w , ���������8&Ctamxts*<,n,mm,>, i,������������������  AfiBOtSPORb POST,      ABBGKfrSFORb, B. 0.  ���������>-*--���������������'���������-  THE ABBOTSFORD POST. '  Published Every Friday by The Post Publishing* Company.  A weekly Journal devoted to the interests ol.' Abbotsford arid  surrounding district.  Advertising rales'made known on application.'-  LEGAL-ADVERTISING���������J 2 cents per line for first insertiwi,  and 8 cents a line for all subsequent consecutive insertions. ���������   ���������  Our Shibboleth���������Neither for'nor agin the Government.  ii       ii ii   in-   ii i      i    ii i I. 1  Friday, June 20, 1013  ��������� Spiroa, per plant $1.00  Stocks, per clox.un -joo  Gladiolas, per dozen  '..25c  Fish  Sturgeon,  per lb 15c  Spring salmon, red, lb 15c.  Spring salmon, white, lb. .<: 10c  Steelhead salmon, per lb 15c  Oolichans, 3 lbs. for  '. 25c  Cod, per lb lOc  Herring, 3 lbs 25c  jHalibuL, .per  lb. , ioc  'Whiting, per lb ioc  '     DELEGATION  IS  WELL  RECEIVED  Sir Richard McMride gave a very  favorable reception to Llio representations of the Fraser Valley and New  Westminster delegation who waited  upon him on' Saturday in Victoria Lo'  urge upon Ihe government the need  of assisLance for the bettor organization of agricultural production and  distribution of the Lower Mainland.  The Premier, in reply to a memorial presented urging that a scionLific  agriculturist   be appointed    to   travel  throughout tho valley and organize tho  farmers into selling communities, advising them as to the most profitable  crops for  any year,  and  uniting  tlie  local producing centres Lo one central  station for better distributing results,  "stated  that.it  had  always   been   the  volicy of the government to endeavor  to assist the farmer as much as possible, without at the same time hindering legitimate trade.    The substantial  "prosperity of the country, the government recognized , lay in the profitableness of agriculture. .As Lo the successful   efforts   made   to    reorganize   the  fruit-growing interests of the Interior,  selling    centres     being     established  throughout the whole of the Okanagan  Valley,  to  which  reference had  been  made in  the  memorial.    Sir. Richard  said  he  could see no  reason   why a  similar move could  not  be  made  in  the Fraser. Valley. ��������� A plan would be  laid before the Agrictural Department  without delay.  ,The  memorial   read   by   Mr.   C.  H.'  Stuart-Wade,   secretary   of   the   New  Westminster Board oft Trade, set forth  how the farmers of the valley could  benefit from a complete and comprehensive organization, and by the adoption  of some plan  that would  bring  the producer and the consumer into a  more    mutually    profitable    relation.  ( With, the establishment of cold storage and re-packing facilities at a convenient   centre   this   could   be   done.  While    the     Okanagan    co-operative  organizations    had    been   established  for the selling and marketing of fruit  the  conditions  in   the  Fraser  Valley  were concerned with mixed  farming,  and by the same organizing arrange-  (juanLilios causing a slight, drop in  the high prices of last week. Twcnty-  oigliL to thirty cents per pound was  the prevailing figure. So far there  appears to bo no glut of this coni-  motlity, all consignments meoLing a  ready sale. ' Broilers maintained last  week's price, but prices throughout  ihu poultry section fluctuated considerably according to grade and size  of' tho article., Matured ducks have  practically disappeared in favor of  this season's hatch, buL full grown  hens were quoted at from $12 Lo $13  per  dozen.  Cut carnations wero the feature of  the-plant stalls and tlie clerks had a  busy Lime supplying llio'1 eager demand for blooms. Sonic remarkable  line red and pink'flowers wero offered  at 25 cents per dozen. Potted geraniums and fuchias 'maintained- last  week's prices.  The demand for cabbage and tomato  plants has fallen off owing Lo Lhe lateness of the season, but/a small supply  aL tho regular price was on offer.  Eggs maintained Lhe prices of last  week, 35 cents per dozen retail and  28 to 30 cents wholesale, wore the  standing offers. Butter was on sale  at 40 cents per pound.  No appreciable change in the vegetable market was apparent and very  few sales were affected. Rhubarb was  quoted at JO cents per bunch.  Last week's prices stood in the fish  department,   an   abundant   supply   of  salmon, .cod    and  halibut meeting  a  ready sale.  'Meat prices remained stationary.  The Prices  The following prices were quoted:  Young birds, per doz. ...;. ?6 to $8  Hens, per dozen  $12 to $ib  arm arid  ULLING  on   your boot straps  will not get you very far.  set of  arness  I  B. .J GERNAEY,   Abbotsford, B. C.  HENS'���������S0DA  FOUNTAIN.  Givo Tlieni a Convenient Watbrlng  Placo, .One That Keeps Clean.  A'convenient place should be provided for water for the liens. It is best  to construct a small stand about one  foot above tho door and place tho water dish on this. This stand can bo  constructed in the piirtitioirso Unit the  Lions in iwo pons drink I'miii one dish.  It is. however, usually hot tor to give  each pen a sop-irate driiiklng^tlish.  Tho water stand should bo placed  whore it is light and also wiiore it Is  convenient to empty the dish and re-'  (ill it. As a rule, the water dfsh will  keep '.'leaner If near the south side of  the building, as the lions scratch the  litter   toward   the   north   much   more  Abbotsford ���������  Livery, Feed and Sales Stables  Broilers, per doz. ���������. $4 Lo $6  Poultry, Uve weight 20c to 21c  Ducks, per dozen  $12 Lo $13  Ducks, per  pound  :.' 30c to 32c  Ducklings, per lb 30c to 35c  Poultry, dressed, per lb 30c  ���������  Vegetables  Potatoes, ton  $8 to $12  Beets, per sack  75c  Carrots, per sack  65c  When you require a comfortable rig;  one that feels good and looks good;  ring up  c  CURRIE & McKENZIE  '-fl-?-*^*--***^*--^'*^^  yx-+~i:���������-l^jj;  ...y.j,:  a H Bn fin I S ���������  President, Chas. 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  the district, and industries already established,  ment and the extension of the same | Cabbage, per  financial assistance for organizing  by a disinterested party, there should  be the same benefit to1 producer and  consumer.  . The delegates also set forth the  successful operations of the New  Westminster city market during the  past 22 years, and how it had been  of essential benefit* to all classes, but  that now it required extension and its  overations organized on a more scientific basis. '  Those who comprised the delegation were Reeve William Merryfield,  Matsqui; Reeve Poppy, Langley; A.  Dinsmore, Surrey; E. Hutcherson,  Delta; James Owen, of the Farmers'  Institute, Mt. Lehman; Alderman  Henley, New Westminster; D. E. Mac-  Kenzie, market clerk, and C. H.  Stuart-Wade, New Westminster Board  of Trade.  The representatives of Maple Ridge  and Coquitlam, who expressed themselves fully in accord with the movement were unable to attend.  THE  MARKET  Briskness of trade .was again Lhe  outstanding characteristic of the regular weekly market at New Westminster. Probably the l-argest attendance of the year was gathered and  vendors were lushed off their feet  attending to the wants of purchasers.  Poultry was the centre of attraction and an abundant supply of the  feathered tribe was offered for sale.  In the floral section a. line assortment of cut carnations caught the  eye of visitors and many housewives  as a souvenir of the day's marketing.  Ducklings came    forward    in large  head  10c to 15c  Turnips, per sack  60c  Parsnips 50c  Spring Onions, per bunch 5c  Rhubarb, 3 lbs. for 10c  Rhubarb, 9 lbs. for' 25c  Cucumbers, each  20c  Eggs and  Butter  Eggs, retail, dozen  30c to 35c  Eggs, wholesale  25c to 28c  Eggs, duck, per dozen 35c to 40c  Butter, retail, per lb 35c to 40c  Honey, per.comb  25c  Wholesale   Meat  Pork, per lb 13c to 13 ^c  ���������Lamb, per lb 1 12 ^'c  Mutton, per lb 12y2c to 13c  Veal, per lb 14c to 16c  Retail   Meats  Beef, best rib roasts 20c to 22c  Beef, loin  26c to 27c  Beef, short loin  28c  Beef,  round  steak   20c to 25c  Boiling beef  14cJ  Beef, pot roast  : 18c  Pork 20 to 25c  Mutton  20c to 22tec  Sugar cured corned pork 20c  Home-made pork sausage 15c to 20c  Salted pigs' head, lb Sc  Pickled pigs' leet, per lb Sc  Pickled pigs' shanks, lb '. 10c  Sugar cured hogs' heads, lb 3c  Sugar cured corned beef, lb 1.5c  Pure lard 15c  to IGc  Sugar cured bacon .20c  Spring lamb, fore qr 23c to 25c  Spring lamb, hind qr 30c to 35c  Flowers  Tulips, pot of 7 bulbs .25c  Hyacinths", pot of 4 bulbs  25c  Carnations, cut, per dozen 50c  Primroses, potted 15c  Violets, per bunch 25c) canal it desired.  Photograph by Wisconsin agricultural experiment station.  WATER  PISH  FOR  POULTRY.  [Stand  like  this  insures  clean   water   for  fowls. J  thaD toward the front of the bouse. A  hen faces the light usually when digging in the straw for ber feed, and the  result is that the Jitter works ba'clr  Thero are numerous drinking devices  ou the market, many of which are valuable. A large number of farmers,  however, use either a small pail or pan.  A low pail makes a very convenient  water disb, as the bail enables it to  be readily, handled with one hand.  A pan as shown in the cut also  makes a convenient watering dish.  Care should be taken not to use watering devices of any kind which have  parts that cannot be readily cleaned.  A dirty drinking dish is frequently a  source of disease and should never be  permitted in any poultry house.  SALE  The. 67d employes of th"e International   Harvester   company,   who   walked  out of the twine mills  March  21  at  Auburn,   N.   Y.,   have   since   rejected  every  proposition   made  to  them   to  return   to   work.     Further   effort   to  bring about to a settlement has been  abandoned by the board of mediation.  By a vote of 41 to 12, the assembly  of   the   California   legislature   turned  down a resolution to invite the governors of Oregon, Washington, Nevada  and Arizona to come to Sacramento to  confer with  the lawmakers and  Secretary of State William J. Bryan on  the  question of anti-alien land legislation.  At the meeting of the American  Society of International Law, held at  Washington, most *of- the speakers  agreed with Richard Olney, ex-secretary of state, who held that this country was entirely within its rights, as  the owner of the Panama canal, to  make  whatever  rules   regarding  the.  13 acres about 3-4 of a mile from centre of town,  house barn and chicken house, about 100 fruit  trees and all kinds of small fruits.  Good House, one and one half acres, Yale Road,  two large chicken houses, number ^of fruit trees  and.all kinds of small fruits.        Good well watar.  Insurance that Insures  For terms and particulars.  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If he w���������s ff0Jng to steal there  :    ' -ABBOTSFORD; B, C  Strictly first-class in every,- respect; ��������� The bar is  stocked with the best of wines, liquor and cigars,",  RATES,  $1.50   TO   $2.00   PER   DAY  g A.J, HENDERSON & SONS  OfflB '  J  PROPRIETORS!  arao  mttatteiBsmaBBSBBmmman  BUTCHER  Pork, Mutton,  7*eef, Veal, Pork Sausages,   Weinies  and Balogna always on hand.     Fish every Thursday  *^-^*-M**************^  First-class Work Furnished by Experienced  Workmen.      Estimates Furnished.  ������������������������������������-������������������"-.-���������������������������j. MIDUB  Old Creamery Bid.  Wm. ROBERTS  Abbotsford, B. C.  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  HARRON BROS.  Embalmers and Funeral -Diroctors  Vancouver, Office   and   chapel-���������  .1-034 Granville St.;     Phrne 348P  NortL Vancouver,'   :.. urnce     and  Chapel���������116 2nd St.. Phone 131.  ^A't-i'itTfftfcfr)  On It Was the Number "Eleven Twenty-two."        .  were so many more valuable things In  the house. My mother's' jewels as  well as my own were In my dressing  room, and the door was not locked." '  "They were not disturbed?"  She hesitated.  "They had been disturbed," she admitted.    "My grandmother left each  of her children some unstrung pearls.  They were a hobby with her.    Aunt  Jane and Aunt Letitia never had theirs  strung, but my  mother's were made  into different things, all oid fashioned.  I left them locked in a drawer In mj  Bitting room,   where  1   have  always  kept them.   The following morning the  drawer was unlocked and partly open,  but nothing was missing."  "All your jewelry was.there?"  "All but one ring,' which I rarely n*  move from my  finger."    I  followed  her eyes.    Under her glove was the  outline of a ring, a solitaire stone.  "It does not sound like an ordinary  burglary," I reflected. "Nineteen from  thirty-five leaves sixteen, according to  my mental process, although 1 know  men who could make the difference  nothing."  I believe she thought I was a little  mad. i  "We must find him, Mr. Knox,** she  Insisted as she got up. "If you know j  of a detective that you can trust please  get him. But you can understand that '  the unexplained absence of the state !  treasurer must' be kept secret I am '  sure he is being kept away. You don't) j  know what enemies ho bas-g&'D like '  ftTr. Schwartz, who have do scruprea,  do principle."  "Schwartz!" I repeated In surprise,  Henry Schwartz, was the boss of his  party In the state, the man of whom  one of his, adversaries had said, with  the distinct approval of the voting  public, that be was so low in the scale  of humanity that it would require a  Bpecial dispensation of heaven to raise)  I- ��������� STRAYED-To my place, a Go-ade  Jersey Heifer, about seven  months old, on December 1st.  Owner can claim sarute by paying foir notice and board. G. C.  Kenney, V4 mile east, % mile  north of Vye'Station.   ,:  [    i-Ini-.s are under-advisement at the  [���������.'resent  time  for  the   erection   of  a  large business block on the corner of  I'^rl'f'1   ?n4tarI������' Street.     Mrs.  M.1 him to the" level of totardegmdaOonT  '.-'. L. nail ton intends to move her gen-   -*���������-������������������  era) -"tore business from its present  j location   on   the   water   front,   south  of the C. P. R. tracks to the new  | stand. The building will cost in the  I neighbourhood of $5000. The post  ! office   is  to  occupy  a  section  of  the; *-��������� ���������*������    -"���������*��������� **���������������  ca-jhuubu,  new -.building and Mrs; Charlton is to1 wIth heightened color, "but they are not  be   congratulated   on   her   enterprise -friends.   My father Is a gentleman."  But he and Fleming were generally  supposed to be captain and first mate  of the pirate craft that passed with  us for the ship of state.  "Mr.  Schwartz and my  father are  allies politically," the girl explained,  in'the matter in that the change will  be much appreciated by the public.  ^ Messrs. Foley Brothers, Welch &  Stewart have received the contract  rem the C. P. R. f0r the double  aac!-iiif".' of. the tunnel' through the  -.fcpikirk Mountains, wliich will be five  miles in length.  The inference I allowed to pass unnoticed, and as if she feared she had  said, too much the girl rose When  she left a few minutes later It was  with the promise that she would close  the Monmouth avenue house and go th  her aunts at Bell wood at once. For  myself, 1 pledged a thorough search  for her father and began It by watch-  Ing   the   scarlet   wine   on   her   hat  CHAPTER li.  Uneasy Apprehensions.  AM afraid It was a queer hodge  podge of clews and sentiment that  1 poured but to Hunter, the detective, when he came up late  that afternoon.  "They're rotten clear.through," Hunter reflected. "This administration is  worse than the last, and It was a  . peach. There have been more suicides  than 1 could count ou my two hands  In the la3t ten years., I warn you���������  you'd be better out of this mess."  "What do you think about the eleven twenty-two?" I asked.   ���������  "It might  be  that many dollars or  the time a train starts, or It might be  the eleventh   and   the  twenty-second  . letters of the alpha bet��������� k-v."  [     "K-v!" J repented.   "Why that would  be the Latin cave-beware."  Hunter smiled cheerfully.  "You'd better stick to the law, Mr.  Knox," he said from the door.   "We  don't use Latin In the detective business."  Plattsburg was not the name of the  capital, but It will do for this story.  The, state doesn't  matter'either.    We  will say  that  my  home city Is Manchester.   I live with my married brother,  his  wife and  two boys.    Fred is  older than I am and he is an exceptional1 brother.    On  the day, he came  home from   his  wedding trip 'I   went  down with my traps on a hansom In  accordance with a prearranged schedule.   Fred and Edith met rue Inside the  door.  "Here's your latchkey,' Jack," Fred  said .as he shook hands. "Only one  stipulation-remember we are strangers in the vicinity and try' to get  home before the neighbors are up. We  have our reputations to think of."  "There   is   no   hour  for   breakfast,"  Edith said  as  she  kissed   me.    "You  have, a  bath  of  your own  and  don't  smoke in lhe drawing room."  Fred was always a lucky devil.  I  had been there now for six years.  I had helped to raise two young Knox-  es���������bully   youngsters,   too   (the  oldest  one could use boxing gloves when he  was four)���������and the finest collie pup in  our end of the state.    1 wanted to raise  other things.   The boys liked pets, but  Edith didn't care for animals.  Ou the day that Margery Fleming  came to me about her father 1 went  home in a state of mixed emotion.  Dinner was not a quiet meal. 'Fred  and I talked politics generally, and as  Fred,was on one side and I on the other there always was an argument on,  "What about Fleming?" I asked aft  last when Fred bad ��������� declared ��������� that In  these days of corruption no matter  what the government was.be was "for-  ninsf'it. "Hasn't he been frightened  into reform?''  "Bad egg.1' he said, jabbing his pota-  to as if it had been a politician, "and  there's no way to improve a bad egg-  except to hold your nose.   That's what  the public is doing-holding it's nose."  "Hasn't   he   a   daughter?"   1   asked  casually.  "Yes-a lovely  girl,  too,"   Edith  assented.   "It is his only redeeming aual-  , Hy."  , "Fleming Is a rascal, daughter or no  !_ daughter," Fred persisted. "Ever "-since  ,' he aud his gang got poor Butler into  , trouble and then left him to kill trim-  , self as the only way out I have felt  ��������� that there was .something coinine to all  I of them-Hansen. Schwartz and the  j rest. 1 saw Fleming on the street to  |" day."  I "What!" I exclaimed, almost Jump  , ing out of my chair.  i Fred surveyed me quizzically.  I "'Hasn't he a daughter?"' ne quot-  . ed. "Yes. I saw bim, Jack, this very  i day 'In au unromantic four wheeler,  t und he was swearing at a policeman "  ��������� "Where was It?"  "Cbestuut and Onion. His cab had  been struck by a car and badly damaged, but the geutleman refused to get  out. No doubt you could get the de  tails from the corner man."  "Look here, Fred." I said earnestly.  "Keep that to yourself, will you? And  you too, Edith? It's a queer story,and  I'll tell yon some time."  As we left the dining room Edith put  her band on my shoulder.  "Don't get mixed up with those people. Jack," she advised. "Margery's a  dear girl, but ber father practically  killed Henry Butler, and Henry Butler  married my cousin/'  "You needn't make it a family affair." I protested. "I have only seen  the girl once."  But Edith smiled. "I know what I  know," she said. ��������� "How extravagant  of you to send Bobby that enormous  nobby horse!"  "The boy has to learn to ride acme*  time.    In four years he can have a  pony, and I'm going to see that he has  It.   He'll be eight by that time."  Edith laughed.  .. "Io four years!" she said.   "Why, In  rour years youu oe rorty, jacit: Aim  it's a mighty unattractive man who  gets past forty without being sought  and won by some woman. You'll be  buying"���������  "I will be thirty-nine," I said, with  dignity, "and if I marry-If I do��������� IS  will be some girl who turns and runs  the other way every time she sees me.''  "The oldest trick In the box,". EditH  scoffed. "What's that thing Fred's always quoting: 'A woman Is like a  shadow; follow her, she files; fly from  her,.she follows.'"  . "Upon my word I" I said Indignantly*'  "And you are a woman J"  "I'm different," she retorted. "I'm1  only a wife and mother." \  In the library Fred got up from hla  desk and gathered up his papers.   MI  *^VM9<*-U-hri^4  I Saw Him Put a Leg Over the Low  Fence.  can't think with you two whispering  there," he said. "I'm going to the  den."  As  he  slammed  the  door  Into  hla'  workroom  Edith  picked up her skirts  and scuttled after him.  "How dare yon run away like that?'.  she called.   "You. promised me"- The  door closed behlod ber.  , I went over and spoke through the  panels.    '.  " 'Follow her. she files; fly from her,  she follows.' Oh. wife and mother!"  I called. '"  "For heaven's sake,  Edith/" Fred's  voice rose Irritably.   "If you and Jack  are going to talk all evening go and  sit on his knee and let me alone.   The  way you two.flirt under my nose Is a  scandal.   Do you hear that, Jack?"  "Good night. Edith." 1 called. "I  have left you a kiss on the upper left  hand panel of the door. And 1 want  to ask you one more question. What  if I fly from the woman and she  doesn't follow?"  "Thank   your . lucky   stars,"   Fred  called In a muffled voice.  I had some work to do at the office,      and half past 8 that night found me  at my desk.    But  my  mind strayed  from the papers before me.    After a  useless ,-ffnrt to concentrate I gave it  up as usi-iess, and by 10 o'clock I waa   ���������  on the street again, my evening wasted, the papers In the libel case of the  Star against the Eagle untouched and  1 the victim of an uneasy apprehension that took me. almost without; volition,   to   the   neighborhood   of   the  Fleming house, for it had occurred to  me that Miss Fleming might not have  left the house  that day. as she had  promised, might still be there,  liable  to another Intrusion by the mysterious  Individual who had a key to the house.  It was a relief, consequently, when  J  reached Its corner to find no lights  in the building.   The girl had kept her  word.    Assured  of that,   I  looked at  the house curiously.   It was one of the  largest in the city, not wide, but running far back along the side street   A  small yard with a low Iron fence and  a garage completed the property.   The  street lights left the back of the house  in shadow, and as 1 stopped in the  shelter of the garage I  was positive  that I heard some one working with  a rear window of the empty house.   A  moment, later the sounds ceased and  muffled footsteps came down the cement walk.   The Intruder made no at-  tempt  to  open   the   iron   gate,  and  against the light 1 saw him put a leg  over the low fence, follow it up with  the other and start up the street still  wltb peculiar nolselessness of stride.  He was a short, heavy shouldered fellow in a cap, and bis silhouette showed  a orodicious lenetb of arm.  (Continued Next Week)  i  ���������j-  *s&T^?)&'r'i''tt?rtt^>\&&^^tW?Fz:i'yt':" ���������*'':''*y*w-','x*-?''----i-'-'^ fa^B-O'V! * n3ti&^*jp^?z**^'!~^^f^'*^^''jL}'!' T,^A'<?'7:^*'''-'Ai-'^?y'!^.'i������,rt-V's������^''t^'i TfiB ABBOTSFORD POSf,  v  $"? ' -  7/- *  ' i  (  i  i     I**  ���������'  '-'-���������_  1  "{  -  ���������'i  MATSQUI    COUNCIL.  (Continued .from'page 1)  board   of  directors  of   tho   Royal   Co  Melander be authorized to spend $22d,  on .the Aberdeen   Road,  north of the  Yale Road.  ������������������ Mr. I-larrop's request for a road was  'laid  over.  .A petition from J. Ball and six others, :aslring to have Burgos Road opened.  Referred t.o Coun. Satchell.  Bell-Satchell���������-That the school board  be loaned the sum or $i300.  A number of monthly accounts were  passed.  .....Mr. J. Campbell asked permission to  '' address ithe  Council,  and  on   the  request being granted, stated he had a  .   grievance in connection with the work  done on the opening up of the Bound-  '.ary Line Road.   The grievance lasted  several  hours, tho  controversy being  principally   between   Coun.   Melander  and Mr. Campbell.    The latter enumerated the various points at issue.   I-1&  contended that the foreman, Mr. Ber--  ger, lacked experience as a road builder, that he was showing favoritism in  ��������� employing outside residents of the Municipality, some even being American  citizens, and cited the case where Mr.  Helgerson, who was an American citizen, had been engaged to handle powder at an increase of 50 cents a day,  while the speaker had used the powder the day  previous  at the  regular  wage.    Mr. Campbell stated emphatically  that he ��������� had   nothing  whatever  against the work of Mr. Helgerson, as  he was a competent man;  but it was  the principle involved that he objected  to, as  he  thought  ratepayers  should  have the first choice.  Coun. Melander explained the' matter, saying that it was a hard matter  to get a man to handle the powder,  and he had instructed the foreman to  hire the most competent man. In regard to the hiring of aliens, he had  given the foreman strict instructions  "when the work started not to hire any  if avoidable.  After prolonged discussion, it was  decided that as soon as the municipal,  money was spent the work would be  turned over to the Government, who  would appoint the foreman for the  completion of the' work.  (Associate   Members Can.   Soc. C. E.)  ��������� Civil Engineers  R. A. HENDERSON  B. C. LAND    SURVEYOR   .  Office, next P.O. RO.BoxIl  - AT HOME .  The Worn ens Auxiliary ol' St. MuL-  thews flhui'ch will be Al Home Lo Lhe  <��������� en oral public every -Thursday from  Lhi-ue o'clock until live p. m. and will  be prepared to serve afternoon lea on  the lawn al the home of Mrs. F. B  Boyd. Should the weather at any  time be unfavorable Lea.will be served  indoors. Gentlemen as well as ladies  welcome. Proceeds lo bo devoted to  tlie ������������������YV. A." fund for church purposes.  ABBOTSFORD LACROSSE CLUB  TlK"; following is the team selected  to play Matsqui at Abbotsford Saturday, .J    ..        4 ��������� ._  Goal, W. Campbell.  Point, F, Payne.  Cover, F. Elliott.'  ,1st Defence, C. T. McPhee.  2nd Defence, C. Gewsner.  3rd Defence, G. Gillett.  Centre,  L. Tretheway.  3rd Home, F. Kickbush.  2nd   Home, G. Liddell.  1st Home, \V, Warde.  Outside Home, W. Laird.       ,  Inside Home  13. J. Gernaey.  Spares, J. Fraer, S. McPhee. Time  keeper, II. 1-lam'mond. Goal umpire,  ���������W. Morgan.  GETS  DECISION  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  R l DC, DA LID SCHOOL EXTENSION  SEALED TENDERS, superscribed '-Tender, for��������� Ridgedale School  Extension," will be received by the  Honourable the Minister of Public  Works up to noon oi' Monday, the  30th day of June, 1913, for the erection and completion of the extension of one room to the school-house  at Ridgedale, in the Chilliwack- Electoral District.  Plans, specifications, contract and  forms of tender may be seen on and  after the 9th day of June, 1913,- at  the office of S. A. Fletcher, Government Agent, New Westminster; Mr.  Wm. Merryneld, Secretary of the  School Board, Mount Lehman, B.C.  Intending tenderers can   obtain  STORE  No bread, no matter how perfect,  is too good for your family.    Our  product is as nearly perfect as can  be made.   Try it.  ���������;"\  ALBERT LEE,  The Abbotsford Baker  Interior Finish and Cabinet  Work. Our work guaranteed and prices on  the  rigot sicl^.'  Jas. Hutchison  Opp. Postoffice. ���������  In the litigation between Mrs.  Campbell, of Abbotsford, and'the G.  N. Railway, arising through that company's line running through some 16  acres of choice bench land belonging  to Mrs. Campbell, the decision was  reserved.  The case was tried before Judge  Shaw in Vancouver, with Messrs. An-  nandale and Elliott as arbitrators.  Mr. Whiteside appeared for Mrs.  Campbell and Mr. McNeil for the G.  N. Company. , The witnesses for Mrs.  Campbell    were:    Messrs.    Yarwood,  copy of the plans and specifications  qy applying to the undersigned, for  the sum often dollars ($10), which  will be refunded on their return in  good order.  Each proposal must be accompanied by an accepted bank cheque  or certificate of deposit on a chartered bank'of Gonada. made payable to  the Honourable the Minister of Public Works, for a sum equal to 10 per  oent of the tender, which shall be  forfeited if the party tendering decline to enter into contract when  called to do so, or if he fail to compile  atsqui   Hotel  MISSION   c'iTY, B.C. -  This hotel makes a specialty of  home-like comforts for Commercial  Travellers.     Gorhfoitable   sitting-'-  room and   best of  hotel service  Cuisine Unexcelled.  Rates: $1.50 to $2 per day;   ���������  MURDO McDONALD,:Proprietor  If you want the best in  House Painting Paper Hanging  Kalsotning and   Graining  and Carriage Painting  go to  ABBOTSFORD DECORATING Co  W. Davey, Manager  Workshop in rear of S.Kravoski's  Blacksmith Shop.  Barbo,   Henderson,   Boley,   Brownellj  and T. Campbell, while Messrs. Bart- Plete tlie work contracted for.  lett (Sumas, Wash.), Kennedy, J. Ball cheques or certificates of deposit   of  and F. Fooks appeared for the com- unsuccessful tenderrs will be return-  pany.     Mr.   Chas.   Bell,   of   Matsqui,  watches the case for Mrs/ Campbell.  Among the new settlers to arrive  in Abbotsford are Messrs. Morly and  Chas. Smith, o������ Vancouver, they having recently purchased several acres  of fine property from Mr. Hill-Tout on  the King Road.  The sad news was received in  the district on Wedneseay morning  that Mr. John A. Lee. ex-mayor of  New Wcstmins*ier had died suddenly on Tuesday.  The announcement came as a  shock to the entire Valley, where  Mr. Lee was well known and highly  respected,  The deceased leaves a wife and  two children to mourn his loss.  The funeral took place from  his late family residence. Third  Avenue to Queen's Avenue Methodist Church, thence to the new City  cemetery, at 2:30 o'olock Friday  afternoon.  FOR RENT.���������Abbotsford Pioneer  Bakery. Good oven and location. Apply Mrs. H. Fraser. 2  ed to them "upon   the   execution   of  the contract.  Tenders will not be considered unless made out on the forms supplied  signed with the actual signatnro of  the tenderer, and enclosed in envelopes furnished.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  J. li. C.RIFEiTH,  Public Works Engineer,  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, B. C��������� June 10th,   1913.  Trie. - o^# Mtti/dy.  It's the Cloanes', Simplest, and Best Home  Dye, one can buy���������WJiy-you don't even have  to know what Kind of cloth your Goods are  made of.   So mistakes are Impossible.  Send for Free Color Curd, Story Booklet, and  Booklet giving results of Dyeins over other colors.  The Johnson-Richardson Co., Limited, Montreal.  FERTILIZER  Abbotsford Feed Store  Presbyterian Church Notice  Abbotsford  Pawtor���������Rev. J. L.  Campbell,  JJ.  A'., B. D.  Services���������Sunday  school  10  a.m.  Public 'Warwliip 11 a. m.  Teacher training class3 p.m.'  Public Wwslhip 7.30 p. m.  Choir Practice, Friday 8 p. m.  Meeting  far  Bible    Study    and  Prayer Wednesday 8 p. ra. '  Huntingdon  Sundpy School, 2.15 p. m.  Public Worship 3.30 p. m.    .  FOR SALE���������\ milk cows, apply, Mr.  Penzer, Breatwood Station, B.C.E.R.  J. H. JONES  Builder and Contractor  .    Estimates Given Free .   .  Phone Connection       Mission City  City Blacksmith Shop and Carriage Building  S. KRAVOSKI PROPRIETOR  For Horseshoeing, General Blacksmithing,  Wagon-Making and Repairing, Carriage  building   and   Expert  Carriage Painting  1 Fin!  FOR SALE.-^Eggs for hatching.  White* Wyandottes, prize winners at  all the local exhibitions; also a few  choice pullets and cockerels. Apply  C. B. HILL TOUT.   P.O. Box 63.  E. O. Brundage  Painter and Decorator  If you want any artistic work in  Painting, Paperhanging and Decorating give us a call.  Practical work at practical prices  Gladys Aye.  Abbotsford  We will use you right.  S. Kravoski  Abbotsford  lunmmiiin  $1 is cost of paper for the  average size room: New  styles and Canadian Papers. Samples sent on  request.  Cooper Seldon Co.  Clayburn  Everett's Orchestra  Abbotsford  Good Dance Music is our  Motto.  apply  A. EVERETT, Abbotsford  For^the Residence,  Store or Office.  lectric Power  For Factories and  Industrial. Plants  Convenience       Comfort      Economy  -sanHnna  Attention will be eiven to all aDDlications for service from our lines.  Detailed information concerning service will be furnished on application to  the offices of the Light and Power Dept. located at  Vancouver Abbotsford New Westminster  B. C. Electric blk. B. C Electric blk.  British Columbia Electric Railway  <WM^m,  wmmm  ���������a  if  '���������&&���������*-#  6  iV'.'ii!S

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