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 b '  v  01  V.l  "if  I  Vol. If..;, No. 18.  ABBOTSFORD, B. C, FRIDAY, 10 MARCH , 1911  $1.00 PER. YEAR  ���������Mtu trrw'rt ��������� -M������  nuerwear  At 1.00 per suit  Ellis spring needle light wool underwear at $1.75 a suit-  New spring shirts all kinds. Prices from 50c. to $5.00  Shirts regular price $1.25 now    . 80  Felt Hats "       "   $3.00    "    1.50  Prints      "  Neckties  ''  15yd "  75    "'  a  .10  .50  THE   PIONEER  STORE  V-MCRHEE-& KERR-  SUMAS   MUNICIPAL   COUNCIL    NEW   BANK  FOR  ABBOTSFORD.   SOLD  OUT HIS BUSINESS HERE  MATSQUI SCHOOL BOARD  The' first regular meeting      of  the Matsqui school board for 1911  was   held  at Clayburn  on Satur  day  evening,  February   17,  1^  tees   Cruickshanks,   Conroy    Page  and   Merryfiield'being  in   nttend-  anOn motion Trust*' Cruickshank  was appointed chairman for the  ensuing year; Trustee Merryf>e>d  ��������� secretary and James Gibson, CM.  C, treasurer, at the same salanes  as  last year. .  From, Dr. F.agan, re medical inspection of schools. On motion  this matter was to be "ranged  with Dr. Swift, .municipal heaun  officer to make the necessary inspection. . J . j.     l  From Dr. Robinson, superintendent of education, re school matters  Prom J. ^ Dougan, -secretary  B C Trustees' Association re a'n-  annual subscription of school  board to the association. It was  riec:ded to consider this at a later  meeting.  ��������� From H. Alanaon, secretary Ab-  " .botsford school board forwarding  a statement of estimated expenditures of the Abbotsford school  for 1911. Secretary to re,ply stating the Matsqui board was only  l'lable. on a basis of attendance  during the year of pupils from  Matsqui   municipality.  The above communications with  a number of others were ordered to be received .and filed.  On tnotion all salaries to be the  the same as last term, e xcepting-  Peardonville -school which was reduced to $50 per month.  The   compulsory  vaccination .of  pupils   attending   all  schools   was  'not  considered  necessary  hy   the  board  as circumstances did     not  warrant such an action. ���������  ted to write the department stating that the .board did not consider 'such an order necessary, that  the parents objected and refused to  submit to vaccination of their children which caused .practically no  attendance at several schools and  urging that this'order-be recinded  Secretary- was instructed to order necessary supplies for several  schools.   >  Estimates of all^scKool expenditures for 1911 .was taken up aind laid  over for final consideration at the  next meeting before being submitted to the council.  Accunts were then passed as follows;  ��������� Aberdeen School���������John Catto..  1 cord wood, $2.66, repairs, $i :���������('  1 coid wood, $2.66, repairs, $1.50  total $4.10; H. Alanson, window  blinds,  $8.00.  .Claytmrn School���������Clay(buru Com"  mercial Company, -box stove $7 50  supplies $3.05, total $10.55  Matsqui School���������C. R. 'Crist &  Son, supplies, $1.75.  Mt. Lehman School���������Angus McLean, fumigating school and material <$2; Thos. Thomson, recutt'tng  1 cord wood .$1, P. E. Tsrael cord-  wood $-2.50.  Ridgedale School���������J. Alingren,  12 ricks wood, $19.00  General account���������H. J. A. Bui1-  nett auditing 1910 'accounts $10;  ts^qrelary " balance   of sajary   for  1910, $25.  The meeting-adjourned to meet  again in the, (municipal hall on Saturday, March 4, at, 2 p.m.  CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP  The  Abbotsford Shingle Co. has  sold out their-business at Mt. Lehman  to     a   Vancouver     business  firm and it .will start up again.  Tin.1 regular meeting of the Su-  maa Municipal council was held on,  Saturday, Mai*,cli \ at-the new mo-  n'ci.pal hall. The reeve ��������� Anguti  C;impbell and Councillors C. Everett, D. McKenzie;1, L. Lawson and  T. 13. Slrait.on wero'.present,  The minutes of February 4th  work  udopted as read.  Coun. McKenzie reported '��������� thai  S. Peterson has" (Completed his  ditch contract ion the Vey road  according, 16 .expectations. Tip-  Iiort 'adopted.      ,   ' ("  The date for the sitting of the  court of rovusion for assejoment  roll was fixed for Saturday, May  '���������) *at 1 .p.rn, *���������/ .    'v  The reeve and clerk wore authorized to erect poles Cor carrying  light and'power7 wires on the McKenzie road on, the west side 10 -ft  from the property Jine and from  the McKenzie xoad.lby the most  feasible' road :or roads into Hunt-  "ngdon. ' ". .'-  '   Everett-McKerizJe, .'that   tenders  be  called for digging a , ditch on  the north side of'the Angus Camp-,  bell road from <the' brid,ge     over'  Marshall creek past about.60 rods  Ditch 3 1-2 fleet..wide on ;top, S ft'  deep, and one foot wide at bottom  Tenders to ^be delivered to, the  clerk   by March  10th.   Carried.  The' clerk was'instructed to request the B. C. .Electric to'c-xtend  platform at "Whatcom road station  to the road.li)mit :ahd to.erect a  ���������,m.iik_ stand..oil the,;iw.a.gqn.:road1alr..,  ,'lowance. .Also to improve, and to  make ������safe. Whatcom road crossing..  It " was   agreed . to  submit      the  ��������� claim  of Joe Cole for damages on  account of. gazetted road through  ��������� h",'s    property,  to  (arbitration.   Mr.  A. A. Cruickshank of Chilliwack to  be  sole' arbitrator. Coun ,'Straiton  to present the case for council.  Councillor   McKenzie      reported'  ditch dug by A. Anderson on Hunt-  indon   and   Abbotsford roaid   satisfactory and according to specifications.  An appropriation. ,6f $100 . wa3  granted  for Angus Campbell road  The following pathmajsters were  appointed for the 'current year;  Ward J,' L. Munroe, F. McCrimmon  and F. C. Brown; ward 2, W. Por-  tisr 'and A. Gilllis; waird 3, F. W.  Fouks, D. A. Straiton; ward 4, C.  A.  Lawson.  The clerk was ^instructed to nol-'  ify Mr. F. Munroe that- committee  report. Vey road /gravel pit work  not sat |;fa'ctory (nor'work completed and that $40 cheque deposited as security is forfeited and if  work is not completed at> ones  council will put some one else to  do the work at his expense.  The following .bills were passed  for payment; F. 'McCrimmon,road  work, $75; A.. McGarva, road work  $13.75; 'S; Peterson, road work, $100  W. Good, road work, $13.75; A. McGarva-, road work $13.75; H. Boley,  work,, '$16.25; B. Boley, road work  $13.75; E. Boley, (road work, $;7.J5;  E\ W. Fooks, road work, $30; J. W.  Stewart, road work, $8.62; E. E.  Austin, road work, $5.00; J. P. Fir-  lolte, road worki$2.50; A. Anderson  road work,, $37.00; 'C. St. G. Yar-  wooii, salary and dsibureements  fc'id.Ol); ii. C. Gazette, election notice $2.50; Dr. A. J. Stewart, coroner, $f).00 ;.Columbian stationery $22  R. A. Henderson, survey, $75;  School accounts j'Februaa-y, incidental $62.11; W. G. Gamble, Feb-.  at'iry   salary  $50.  The   proceedings of the council  It is rumored .that Abbotsford  is to have another bank, the Bank  of Vancouver having decided to  locate here.; The town can cor-  tianly give another ban!? a little business .and the rich district  surrounding the town will not bo  hindered in its development , by  superior   banking   facilities.  were enlivened by an inquiry held  regarding the circulation of alleged slanderous stories reflecting on  the reeve, A. Campbell, Coun. D.  McKenzie and the clerk, C. St. G.  Yarwood.  The stories, were to the effect  that   the three ia|bove  named had  'entered kito a" conspiracy ;by  which' Mr. -Yarwood was 'enabled  to secure the position of, clerk, the  reeve and Councillor McKenzie a-  greeing to pay him the difference-  between his former salary and the  amount ol hiis tender put of their  own- pockets.  ���������   Messrs. J. H. Starr,-Jay Starr, F.  Munroe and J. L. Atkinson whose  n mes h jd been mnind with-rc-  gard to circulating the stories had.  been requested to be present. Mr.  F. Munroe \yas first called and admitted  having repeated the story  complained   of   to   W.   H.  Fraser,  Justifying   himself   by  saying  McKenzie had cold him so.' This Coun  'McKenzie   denied.   The  reeve stated that the matter of paying Mr.  Yarwood  an -extra, allowance had  been -/discussed, but that Mr.^Yaa--  .wood Jiad,flatly refused to accept  anything"   beyond   the /amount   of  his tender and that no promiseiwas  ..ever' made ..to 'pay. him  anything  and- that noting had ever been paid  Lir intended to be paid to him beyond   the  amount of his salary.  Ex-Reeve Atkinson, who ' was  present stated that public officials  must expect to be criticised and he  did not see that the council or clerk  had anjihng to complain of. Mr.  Yarwood on the other hand claim1  ed that a thorough enquiry was  absolutely necessary to establish  the truth or falsity of the 'stories  as in his opinion the charges made  were almost of a   criminal nature.  Mr. D. W. Turnbull hae, disposed  ��������� of his business here and at Huntingdon,, it is -rumored. The name  of the new proprietor is Mr. S  Brooke who will take possession at  an early date.   ���������LI  THE   MARKET.  New Westminster, March 3.���������The  market this morning was the best  and busiest-of the year, the continued warm weather and improved travelling conditions being the  reason. The spring weather has  brought out a ��������� large number of  visitors as well as the regular buyers and- sellers, who came to the  market in force. The arrival of  the. Huntingdon local was an usually interesting event .over 100  persons arriving on the electric  train, as well as a large quantity  of produce. The unloading of the  freight was facilitated by the use  of two new trucks purchased by  the city and used for the first time  More meat was offered on the  market than at any time this season, and" buying w.as brisk, the  buyers being willing totake all  that offered and more had it been  obtainable. There was no mutton  or.lamb offered, the season being  yet too early. Beef while a fair  supply, was not sufficient to meet  the requirements and the price per  carcass advanced 'slightly.'. The  buyers say that there is little beef  in  the country to bring in.   Veal  and   pork .was plentiful,  the veaf  season having now'arrived.  The egg market is still going  down as the quantity of eggs a-  vailaiblje becomes greater week by  w/eek.. Last week the retail market closed at 40c, to-day none of  the vendors obtained over 35c, and  the wholesale sellers obtained only 25c a dozen for their produce. ���������  All were*disposed of at quotations  In the poultry section, conditions  remained much the same as-at the  close of last week's market. Prices  continued - firm, and the dema'nd  was good. On account of ihe high,  figures asked, however, many prospective, buyers decided to postpone their purchasing fur a time  Thi'a aided by the fact that 'the  supply was fairly good had the effect of preventing any tendency to  jump prices and the market finally  closed in the same positi in as &t  the opening. Although the. buying was a little slower, the en-  tirel   offerings  were* finally   taken  There; was a larger variety of  fish oh the irtrarket than .it any previous time this year.  ��������� There' was a   medium' supply of ���������  . ,-pota toes, ..all ^of^h^h^er.e.iBpld;  By- the tori'they realized from' $30  to $32, som'e of which were Bold but  not  obtaining ai   dollar more. By  the sack the potatoes, fetched $1.75  A small supply of turnips and ca-r-'  rots   for  table  use   was' offered, '  The demand for apples is increas  ing   with  the 'spring   weather ������.nd  the small supply offered is having  a- tendency to raise the price. No  2 grade apples to-day sold ac 25c  a   box more than the same grade  of fruit last,week. There is only   a  small quantity of fruit left on the  farms   according   to   the   growers  and the pricej.is expected by them  to improve until the new fruit arrives.  The   following  were, the  quotations  WHOLESALE MEAT���������  Beef, carcass ������������������-��������� 9 1-2 to     10 1-2  Beef, hindquarters    10c to 12c  Beef, forequart'ers   8c to 9c  Mutton,  ���������    13c to 14c  Lamb  :  Htol5  Pork       121-2  to  14c  Veal"  -    12c  to   121-2  RETAIL MEATS���������  Beef, best rib rojasts ��������� 15c to 18c  Br.ef, loin  .-   >*'���������  Beef,   round  steak    15c   to  18c  Boiling Beef  -,  10c  Veal  17 to 20  Pork    18c   to   20c  Mutton   18c to 20c  V ETETEBLES���������Wholesale���������'  Potatoes       $30   to   $32  Onions, lowland, sack   $1.50  Onion-s, crated   $3.00  Carrots, sack    -  75c  Turnips, per sack  ;  7oc  RETAIL- -  Cabbage, per  lb    4c  Celery, head   10c to 15*  Eggs,  wholesale   25c  Eggs, retail  30c  jjuLter,   retail    -���������   35c   to   40c  Do 'not Hjudge a man by one  word or upon a single act. Life is  composed of so, many contradictions that one often takes the exception for the rule.  fe  1 fcSi-������Bv  MV������>������  *ife,JtW  tt TWO  THE AfeBO'TSF'0'.fti)' t*OSTT      ABBOTSFORD."B. C.  CHURCH  .  4  SERVICES  J L  Presbyterian    Church���������  Rev#  Campbell, B. A., B. D. pastor.  Abbotsford, 11 a.m. and, 7:30 p.m.  Upper Sumas, May 29, and every  alternate .Sunday at 3 p.m.,  C. E., Wednesday at 8 p.m.  Sunday School at a u. in.  Methodist Church-  Sunday School 10 a. m.  Presbyterian    Church���������Rev.    A.    D.  Alder.  Mount Lehman, 11 a.m.  Pine Grove, 7 ;30 p.m.  Glenmore, a :30'  CHURCH     OF     ENGLAND-ST.  MATTHLW.S-Rev.   C.   F.   Yates,  r  \ car-pro-tern..  Aobolsford Services every Sunday  ai 11 a.m. and 7.30 p. m.  Holy Communion every alternate  banuay. <  S. School  ������ver.v Sunday at 2.30.  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  PuhliKheil    evory    Friday'  by    tlie    Po.*t  Publishing Company.  A weekly .Journal devoted to the Interests of Abbot.siord und  siu< ���������"���������melius dl.-,-  trict.  AdvertIhIiim'-Rates, made know, 'n u������>-  plication.  I/KGAL ADVERTISING���������^ oonts per  lino for first Insertion, and 8 centK a unci  for all Hubsenuont consecutive insertions.  Ouj;, Shibboleth���������Neither for nor agriii'  the   Government.  fiiNoi)  w*  Wm  pi  Sal  ���������  i  2  3  4  ������  6  7  6  9  80  It  IS  \i  13  14  85  16  17  19  20  l\  11  23  24  25  26  n  m  29  30  3!  i  i  FRIDAY, MARCH"   10,   1911  ABBOTSFORD   PC8TOFF1CE  Office hours from S a. m. to 7 p. m.  No 314 M.e.11 train from Vancouver  and east due 8 :07.  No :-07 Mini train from States due  6:53. '     ������������������������������������''   : '   '   "���������   Train No. 314 south bound due al  8;07- No 308 due at 17:27. *    '  Train N������. 307 north bound due at  6;53;-No 313 due at 18:22.'  Gi\eat Northern���������going north  at  ������;2U; going:south-ai 7,;15.  'ivian' Lor upjiei'siimius every Monday,  Wednesday and Saturday, 1 v. m.  Mail for Peardouville every Tuesday  unci Saturday, 1 p. m.  M'.'ii'. f.sr Aidergrove, Shortreed.  and Otter; every Tuesday, Thurs-  day'and Saturday'at'l'p.m.  BUSINESS   DIRECTORY   OF  ���������    '   ABBOTSFORD^  Gener;,!  Stores ���������  " Authler Bros.  D. "Vv\ Turubull.  McPhee &  Korr.  Hotels���������  Abbotsford Hotel. H. Freeman. Prop  '  Commercial, McElroy'-& Co.  RVal'-'Eotate���������v ;  ".T. \V. -iMcCalfum.  C. A-. Surrvnei.  EerhaV &.'  Husbund,  J.   J.   McPhee/  ^ctioireers���������   ' .*  ���������:   J." W: MoCallum  .FEED STORE--;  '" J: ' J. ' Sparrow.  Creamery���������  Ft. A. Howe. Proprietor.  Hardware and Furniture���������  H.   Alanaon.  Butchers-���������  ' 'A.'ivi. King.  Livery 'Staisle���������  W.  Lyle.'.  Baker and Confectioner���������  L. Legaee.     '  RESTATJRANT-  Coiirad Andersen.  Shoerriakers��������� " ' ���������     I  ''11. Hauser.  Board of Trade���������  J. W. M'cCallum, Secretary.  Blacksmith���������  Stanley Ausneau.  Barber and Pool Room���������  Jos. Sanderson..,  G. Isenor.  Tobacco and  Novelties���������  J. V." Means.  Doctor���������  T.'A. Swift.  SADDLERY   and.   I.'aRDWARE-  B. J. Gernaey. '  MERCHANT' TAILOR.  T. C. Cooffan.  SURVEYORS  ' Henderson   and   Taylor.  ABBOTSFORD DRUG STORE.  MUSIC TEACHER-  Miss Alice Steed.'  As will be seen elsewhere Ab-  botsford hiay have another bank  "We are not surprised at this as  Abbotsford, situated half way between the coast nnd Chilliwack, is  bound to become a business centre  of importance. It may ,take a  little time but increased business  is sure to come. Glad to see that  the banking ipstitutions are recognizing   our  importance.  .What is bping idonc to make Die  town more ^widely known to the  outside? Last year there was a  little talk in some quarters about  having a fall vfair here. Now is  tlie time to. get busy.  There were a large ..number of  people at the W. Cates sale and the  prices were good.  Did you .ever hear of anything  like   the   following  to   encourage  ���������'tovalty.''   . ,.  The   following  is  the piece;  !'In order Lto [encourage '.loyalty and es,pit de corps it has been'  suggested that ea(ch iof the large  ���������schools .shall ado,pt an "official cap  for the use of the pupils. A certain' .style qf.ca.p would be adopted  for all the public schools, with but  slight difference of color or decora  MISSION  CITY "NEWS ITEMS  Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Sharp spent  several days at the coast last week   ooo���������   Choice American Spring Millin-  at Mrs. L. J. Solloway^s. ,  Mr. J. M. Chantler, who was confined to the house a few days on  account of sickness, is able to be  around ajgain.   ooo   Mr. and Mrs. T. Northcote were  holidaying at the .coast a few  days last week.   ooo ���������  Mr. Chas DeWiitt of the Matsqui  Hotel returned from a holiday  trip to Vancouver and the Sound'  cities, alone.   ooo   Mr.  ,J. ' Johnston  returned      on  Monday to .the (prairies, where he  is interested in farming.   poo   Messrs Catherwood amd Wat&on  have secured the iagency for the  Thumpson ' Steam vShi{p Company  and are now .prepared to sell tickets to England, Scotland arid Ireland. Now is the time to patronize 'liome enterprise when you buy  your tickets for (the coronation.  ' W. Grade /who robbed Einile  Johnston at the. Bellcvue Hotel en  January 6th (jja|sit ,was yesterday  given a three yea*' term at New  Westminster.  John Howard who was given one  month in the .New Westminster jail  for breaking into a car at Mission  Junction, escaped Trpm Constable  Gammon yesterday noar (Sapper-  ton whileon the way to Westminster. ^  Mr.  Williams of Messrs Williams  and Nash purchased a   carload uf  horses   from   Messrs ,Cavtherw'/od  and Watson yesterday and the car ,  will  be sent out to-day.  Mr John McRea of Agassiz secured a marriage license en Tues  day and will ibe married this' week  to   Miss  Belch-art: of  Agassiz.  '  ��������� ���������OOD   HANEY;NOTES  Mr. Hunt is'busy thesedays during spare time in getting the lawn  at the C R. R; station in apple pie  order.   Last   yeaT   i,t   was   one   of  tion'for'each individual institution   th^ finest lawns ,along Lhe C. P. R.  These would be worn all the time  and would ericour.ageTads and lass  es to take fapri.de in. their "school  and in all that pertains thereto.  Already school colors have been  chosen for use 'in connection with  ��������� ho athletic games and sports, and  the adoption' of ia cap would be  simply" an .auxiliary (to   this.  "Naturally it would not be possible to make the use of the school  cap .compulsory as ,i,s done in the  private schools. This .would .not  be necessary. Once the oa^p was  adopted and placed! on sale in the  , city shops, practically -all would  purchase, them. There may, perhaps, be one or two who would  rather, not be identified with the  public 'Schools and )even these  wbii-d,, we think,-jcome to look up-'  on the school cap aa an eanhlem,  in .which they would: take /pride.  As they would be used in such latrge  number^ they would .be just as  cheap as are any', other variety o/  head-gear which<may be worn. We"  are  pleased, to pass this suggest-  ��������� ion on with our endorsement, for  we are thorough believers in jjub-  lie scnools of the country, and [anything that can 'be done to improve,  them and to help the pupils to ���������  take a pride fn them we consider  worthy of serious consideration.  The wearing of ia cap does not a-  :"^*^^W^4!^*#**=**=������***#^****# mount  to much, ibut neither does  the   flying of a   flag.   How would  line. ' This year he is starting early  and   intends  to eclipse  all former ���������  rejeords   in   having   an  ���������attractive  and   picturesque  lawn.   Last year  a   photgoraph of the laiwn was taken and sent to the head office of  the C. P. R. at Montreal, where it  secured a ' second prize.   The first  prize was captured by the Rev. Mr. -  Calvert  who sent a   photo  of the .  'Grand  Forks station.      Mr.; Hunt  .also received a   prize "for a   tastefully arranged plot.   Such grounds  ���������are  a' credit to him and the surrounding   district, "as  they    must  leave  a   pleasant reinembrance of  .Haney ' in the minds of the many .  tourists who travel over the C. P. >  .!R. iline during the summer months.  About 400 bulbs have been planted _  this year and when full grown will  help  to make the grounds     still  :more   attractive.  ABBOTSFORD, B.C.  ^Mll CURE  BEiSUHE-AND " "  \L      \^TRADro marks!  AXLE GREASE,  HARNESS , OIL,   WHIPS,  CURRY COMBS,'  HALTERS,   BRUSHES,-  SWEAT  COLLARS,'   and. also  RICKMORE'S   GALL  CURE, whlcl,   vG warrant  o,satisfactory  Oirc for Gn|l.s? V/^wnflw, and ft ores upoti animn^s.  B. J. GERNAEY  P. O, Box 45  Abbotsford, B. C.  LIVERY AND. FEED STABLE  AND  TOURING AUTOMOBILE  We can give you lhe best  of attention al Reasonable Rates.  Our New Touring Automobiles in grcat^demand.  WM. LYLE  Stables on Esscndenc-Avenue  You will find my store the cheapest place in  Vancouver to buy  Furniture,   Carpets,  Linoleums,  Stoves and Ranges  I can save you money. .  See me before buying.  I guarantee sasisfaction  d. a. McClelland  300 Cordova Street, West, cor. Cambie,     Vancouver,' B.- C.  INSURANCE LOANS  Abbotsford Homesites  If you are looking for a home  or snappy investments  ���������   in. town .lots, acre-' ���������  age or farm  .property  see.  The Pioneer Real Estate Broker of Abbotsford  egacel  f  V-  ><  '4  I  ABBOTSFORD.   BAKER  Bread, Buns, Kisses,  Cream Puffs  Wedding Cake a Specialty  I  ABBOTSFORD, B. C. |  %  *  i'~.  it be to, use the Union Jack as the  school emblem stamped on the  front of the ca.p, each school lo  have   a   different  color?  "  The poor school 'teacher and the.  unforunate school child h^s always;  been considered a fit subject upon which to foist a hobby of.  some kind.  ��������� White Leghorn's  , Pure bred (single comb)  Advertise in The  POST :  Settings can be'- obtained.  ABBOTSFORD  Watch  Abbotsford  GROW!  "Por particulars,  Apply as above.  Eyesight Specalist  Manufacturing Optician  Does  the  Finest  Optical  Work.  Medical men and others pay trl ���������  bute to.his skill.  793 Granville St. .Vancouver  esd & Grain Store  J. J. SPARROW, prop.  Cash paid for Eggs and Poultry  Our prices are .= hard to  beat, call and inspect stock  J  A.J  1.1  I .8-i'jLi.iBU���������:!!.���������].:���������������������������.:..  ���������RHT!  .1 ,m���������  llfB  ,pr.  ������������������������/  1  , WATCH THIS ���������  SPACE FOR       ,;  tr-Tsar  .    NEW ADV.  ' '         '   ,      "                                '  <                                                                                                                               r          *  ���������  ���������  j Mcelroy & Co.  LIQUORS,   WINES   AND    CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  Cor. Essendene Ave. and Oscar St.,  CITY  ������  HOTEL  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  H. FREEMAN, proprietor  ������8BB:  SE=E  ^^fy^^^^^^^^^^^^fy^^  ���������V*X<  %  ���������f  t  T  T  T  T  f  ���������1  T  T  A  %  Y  ���������to  I  t  For this-s  Adjoining Abbotsford  Townsite ���������%  LOVE,, THE DIPLOMAT.      '.  By Alicia Murdock  "And !h:n tnere are Trixy'More-  hivtd and Upll Pay son."  Kent Roberts was describing the  five young ladies who were to bo  ��������� members of  his sister's party   lo  the five students who were 'to fig-  uro as his guests at thf* same time.  'They're neighbors," he went on  'Ti'ixy's eyes are as 'blue as yours  A'l-'ker, nnd her hair is on the corn-  silk order. She.'s especially invited for you becnuBe���������well, because,  to a' dot ,you!U .'suit. One mold  furnishes your���������ideals, as per��������� '  . Helaughed, waving la big hand  toward numerous.(pink and. white  .wall adornments, iall with the bluest ofblue eyes and yellowest of  yellow hair.  "She's a very humming bird," he  continued, still laughing. "Not a  serious thought in her pretty head,  hut dainty and lovely as anything  human can he. You beauty worshipper's��������� I 'guess 'there will be  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������< n'prr>c.l;i]ig 'thesis for lhe  terms bcginn!ng���������hcxrt. .breakti and  fractures, you 'know, with .cures  ?.nd general treatment."  He chuckled 'softly, pushing back  in his chair and drawing at his  cigar with lhe unconscious comfort  of a pleasant task well performed and quite completed. Apker was  rmaming fine-cut into the hoWl ,of  his pipe, hot in the IcaBt displeased  "Therearc others," he laughed,  "at least, one other, I think you  mentioned a   Bell-c���������"  a-���������~k,  This is the best buy in the Fraser  Valley at; the   present  moment.  Terms could be arranged,  65 acres of this is subdivided into  5 acre blocks.  T  T  K*Si  Y  V P. 0. Box 58 Phone No. 1  Telegram-Sumner, Abbotsford, B. C.  T  ���������I*  ���������*���������  i* ���������^k^k^k^kkk^k^  &  i  T  T  t  ���������V  f  Y  T  T  T  T  T  Y  i  T  T  f  "Oh, Belle," Kent-sat up, rumpling his straight black-hair. "Belle  is Trixy's opposite ; plain and dark  and wholly given to fads., Long  'ago my salutation got to he stereo  typ-ed; "Hello, Belle, what's the  latest?" And she never fails to  trot out a new,,, article for inspection. The last one was building a badly needed addition to  the charity hospital.' She-did it,'  too. She's, one of the kind that does  things.',? , '  "Strenuous," Apker, meditated! I  can't say that I admire that sort  Can she talk ahout anything���������besides her fads, you know?"  Kent's laugh was sudden, geniality itself; "Talk? Oh yes. But  don't feel that you must put yourself out, Apker. -Belle won't expect it.   She' and I   are engaged"  "Since?" questioned Apker, with  strong sarcasm.". "We have chummed for --three -yea/rs. .Se^e/ms ' (to  me"���������his .'sarcasm-from from some  where received a sudden impetus���������"seems to me we'd naturally  have heard of it. ��������� But perhaps it's  ���������recent!'^  Kent was still laughing. "Just  the contrary. <So ancient, in fact,,  as to seem a matter of course.  .���������We grew up together and it dates  back to our high-school days. I  don't know why I haven't mentioned it, only it's just not my way  ���������you know me���������to apeak of matters close to my heart."  ("Heapt! Oh!   Perhaps,   now  a   thesis���������"  Kent laughed with the others,  and for the-first few days wae released and, gratified vfith.lhe attentions showed upon his, fiance.  "Belle  is  charming, of  course,"  he confessed to himself in high elation.      "And   then  they're  complimenting iny   taste.   Nice      old  boys." .  But at the end of the week there  w. estrange little prickings, sir1  twinges of���������he .didn't know what. '  It was not thathe was distrustful  ^r jealous. "Most certainly not"  he reiterated and affirmed. Yet,  try as he would his eyes persist-  entyfollowed Belie, "'transformed  ��������� from the earnest faddist of his ken  to the gayest of gay of .the house  party; and .always very close to  her dark hair was Apker's shining  yellow one.  With himself she was, as always  quiet and serious, full of fheoriea  and plans. With Apker she was  another being, radiant and beaut-  fu). Something had changed her;  that  much  was certain. But  then "  Kent caugght  at a   straw.   She  -was happy that he was home     a-  , gain, that the long summer, their  very last apart, was before them  the life that was to iconic afterward. How perfectit was to bo I  Troubles? Yes of course. Troublco  came to everybody but with.such  . sympathy and understanding as  they gave to each other, troubles  wmild be easily met and borne.  There was nothing, not a cloud,'  not a mote to, mar the fair fahric  of their future.  The last vestige of disquiet fled  while; Belle, again his old S;lf, sat  on the stops leading to him. While  he listened he pulled yellow and  white honeysuckles from ah old  trellis and/ strung them on green,  stems, fastening them at.last in  her hair and in iand out among the  lace of her dress. v-  "We'll be very happy, Belie," he-  smr'led, holding her off, admiring  ly when he had finished and Belle  rawed twitching lips and full eyes  to say, q uite steadily, "Yes, dear"  Kent's eyes were moist jtoo, from  very happiness, and after that  there were no more prickings and  .������mges. ,*  There was no tunc indeed for  anything except merriment. Ideal  weather made rowing and fishing  and all kinds of picknicking posB-  :ble, and somehow it happened that  with Belle and Apker's pairing  Trixy fell to him. That was at  first. Afi(jer,w,ard he sought her,  forgettingto take stock of Belle's  doings.'  He was acknowledging to himself that last evening of the house  party, lying full length in the  grass at the edge of the water in  a great sweep of sunset beauty  Just such another glow, he was  thinking had colored all things for  him.  Fibers of his inmost self, it  seemed, had been touched to life  by Trixy's appealing ways and  pretty  helplessness. >  He was conscious of a tenderness,' a warmth of protective  feeling that had never gone out to  Belle, his chum, his brain's compan  ion.  NNature he argued solved hard  problems, usually, too,, to everybody's satisfaction. Perhaps nature was wiser than even the. wis-  yank the teeth out of his head if  he makes a motion or step that,  does not suit. you. A man purely ought, t one able tp read a  driver's mind, we horses arc ex-  ex poctcd to do that..  ���������'.Never, think of 'driving a man  without a wlrp, and if yon'expect  h'm to have "life" or "action" use  thowhi.p often and hard.  ��������� Half blind the/man withhnird  pieces of leather and then kick him'  roundly if, he "stumbles or is fright  ened at some .noise behind that he  . cannot see the cause of.. It will  "quiet his nerves."  If a   man gets frightened at any  thing thrash him (good  and hard.  , The   terror  inspired  by  what he'  sees iB neutralized by the torture  of. the whip .and so your man feelB .  neither. .  If you would clothe a   man put  a   Bmal lblamket von his back only  do   not  cover him   with  a   good1  generous blanket, for: it will make  him "tender"  Tie, him, to a post when you  want to clean hkn, and if he does  not Btand all your rubbing, whip  him mercilessly, it will do him rr.,ore  good than a nice^tr.a w bed in the  stall in the stable, and he .will.be  in better humor, iwhen he goes out  Oil the road, also go faster.  These suggestions I *ive <p  my fellows because,of my long experience as a man's servant. Now  though ,1 am master, I am ready  to acknowledge the intellectual superiority of the (man, and to do by,  him' as he thought hest to do by  me. What is good for horse must  be good for man,  THE GROUND FLOOR  Once upon a tijm'e, as the story  goes (a ,fopc and ay ,'ground hog  went for a walk and their talk  ultimately drifting on to the subject of the various schemes which  even in that day were being presented to a credulous public by  which they might Get-Rich  Quick; the fox, recognizing U14 increasing interest of the groundhog   on  the /subject,      remarked;-  est of mortals. Perhaps for the "Would you like my boy to get  reserve and quiet, nature's gifts in on the ground" floor ofanabso-  to him; she had foreordained as a   lutely  cure .thiing?     and the  complement  just  such      feminine   -groundhog's   readiness ,  to       em-  lcvableners as Trixy's.   Perhaps���������   brace  such an exceptional dppor-  It was Apker's halloo that roused   tunity, 'being  immediately   , ,com-  him.   He sat up, confused, but Ap-   municated the fox, said; "All right  '30t;ou o} }oup9ui3a8 .i92j then, you have only to open your  "Kent" he      begjan        'quickly,   mouth and the plum will fall into  "you've, given   taoe   a  Voyal   time   it, there you are;" and suiting the  but I'm glad its over. You'll never- action to the word, he pointed to  know'how  like a   thief 'I've felt,   a   juicy  piece of meat  which was  enjoying.your splendid hospitality   hanging   from .a    bush  hear .by.  and���������oh, I   know you'll despise me  As  the groundhog reached for it,  I   despise myself, hut Kent. I've���������  the  carefully concealed trap,     to  stolen.your.sweetheart."    * which the fox had all along -been  He. turned  his face  away  from   fading him, was -sprung, and the  fox walked off with the meat. The  foxes which are on your track today are more numerous than ever,  and the number of get-rich-quiek  ���������schemes with which you are beset  is "also increasing. The ground-  floor-plan   is   worked      over-time  and the glow and went on desperately; It's no use arguing or calling nniaes...I've done it-myself to  a finish.. If; you-.killed ..me 1  should loveher and she'd love me  1 know, what you'll suffer, but I  can't help it.   Belle art!   I-������  "Belle!"  Something  intangible, that had  ���������I   was  afraid   it  was���������Trixy."  suddenly smiled.  "Belle!" he gasped. "I thought  been disfiguring .like an ugly veil  ���������slid  from   Kent's  face' and   eyes,  and the "fox" in ninety-nine  times out of a hundred walks off  with the plum. If, however, the  people, of Canada are seriously,  looking for a "sure thing" in  which to invest their savings, that  sure thing is available to them in  HOW TO TREAT A MAN  and the lips that had istraightened the Canadian Government Annuities proposition, by which, for  the payment of a small sum each  month they can provide an income  to begin at any age after the age  of 5j, ample for all needful irequire-  If a  By  a  Horse. >  man drops from illness, ex-  haustionor   slipping, jLmmediately   nients, and which no process of law  proceed to pound him with a club  an dkijck him in the belly.  If a man is -loaded beyond his  strength, or don't travel fast enough to suit .you try the club remedy. I know of .nothing ibetter  for such a   stubborn beast.  If a man won't drink, if you give,  him a. chance, don'tlOffer him,water again for two or three days.  He must be taught to drink when  you want him' whether he is thirsty or not.  God didn't put (man's head on his  shoulders to suit us horses; so  draw his head /bajck with a Btrap  and turn his eyes up to the' sun,  just to make him "look fine."  If he has't ohaul a ibig load or  run fast do .not shorten the strap.  Put an uglvj bit in his moth and  can deprive them of. You 'should  be incereste.d in the .subject, and  information will bet 'supplied either  by your postmaster or oy the Superintendent of Annuities, Ottawa,  to whom letters igo free of postage  A man who was, visiting one of  our coast cities recently- iost his  watch. He reported to the city  officials who politely replied that  they would leave no stone unturn  ed to find ,the missing time-keeper  He returned to the town the 'next  week and saw street after street  turned up where tthey were laying  sewers. He was tpld that ahout  ten miles of streets were iu the  same condition. Rushing around  to police .headquarters, he ex-.  claimed, "Say, I ' didn't think 1'de  give you all that trouble! If you  don't find.tha( watc by Sunday 1  wouldn't break up any more streets  if ,rr\\irf\  rwviitK    A 1r>t>rvrt^o1WAVW\    K#-.t!vw,  _-nn,/\rm.iTa/\r������ Y-*    i������    r\  FOUR  TTJH ABBOTS 1?0KL>  POST,  ABUOTSFORD.B. C.  ".vZHfisra  jftKlUAiJ ill   umimm^  JUST   ARRIVED  "A' nice litLlo cart with room for two  for  Al   Top   Busies,   lejitlier   tvimmrd,  for :..,.., .... SI05/  First-class Market Wagona, two soatw,  lor ���������'.... ..[p.l iO  These prices are right for such j������-oods and.you  should call ami inspect 'ber'ore purchasing" elsewhere  A MQO  \  ^*J0 "".~.~:"  ������to w&axMssxsa wmanamsstai mm'sejbz^^kk/^ ',c;urcj.:'.'r.r,r ������X9#  ������ ���������,/���������-  9  When You are Trying the New |  Electric Road, ���������Call-cn Us   . jj  Ginger Sewing Machines, -"Vi^toj- Ci'iin'o|>honer<,  Edi.oon Phonographs,.and all the lalc.-.U'. J'k-eonls  always in stock, Largest ��������� collection of Records  in the Province.  ���������     NOTE THESE PRICES  Victor Ho. 1. $31.   Victor-No.'2. $42.  ;,    <p  Victor No. 3, $50f, Victor No. 4, $������3  \1M  ctor Victrola, Oak and Mahogany, 259,  Edison Phonographs  frosn   18,50 to 25!  We-have Violins, Mandolines, Guitars, Dan-  joes, 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.  call and see us-when you are in town.  rwtun/in*iiJiprri'���������'��������� ivTffw*wn'r'���������,"'1,*<*Jj"m*'r'* VKtuni  J. -H. TODD'S ' Music ..House  419 Columbia S-':reet, New Westminster, 13. C. $  i  ������ *2������ ffiS3MJSK5:������K5B ���������j^SEBBBBEHa? ������fflEH5fflarK3B������ ������BEK:3 :"S> SSKSSSEiXES iii.'lilliJli.'lHJiKii.'iiii!:   COS 3  "������m^S^*^*V-"S.  .     SOCIAL AND PERSONAL  M:.ss  Dennison of Vancouver vv'-l3  the   guest   of her  sister Mrs.  Mc-.  McCallum.  :Mv. and Mrs. Frank Wilcox of  Vancouver spent a few days, as  'he jyucst oT Jlr. and Mrs. J. \V.  McCilaum.   for a   few 'days.  Mrs. Shaw who was visiting her  parents Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell re-  turned  to Vancouver on Sunday.  Mrs. Elliot returned home from  a week's visit with friends in Fern-  dale   on Monday Evening.  Constable Gammon .nf Mission  spent Tuesday in Abbotsford.  Mr. Jack McLean, engineer of  (lie Abbotsford Timber and Trad  ing Company, is (building an additional two rooms to his house; The  boys are wailing ipatiently to see  what ine next .s^eps w:li bi>.  Mr. A. A. Cruickshank spent  Tuesday in town.  Mr. Charlie Wing .returned on  'J uetdny from Vancouver.  Mr. Harry Free-man and son returned from California on Tuesday  Mi. H. A. Henderson of Chilli-  spent Thursday in town.  Mr. jxnd Mrs. II. A. Howe moved  into their new home this week.  Mr. fiad Mrs. Murphy who purchased Mr. Conrad Anderson's r*\s-  tatiram-, moved in en Thuridiy. '  BUILDINGS IN COURSE  -    OF CONSTRUCTION.  (From Fraser Valley Record)  Every  spring cees a   number of  new buildings going up in Million  City.   This rpi'in^ Hi-a building line  appears quite brisk. i .  Mr. J. Lampard's ne.w residence  is nearing compiftioii. It looks as  though   he intended to  stay.'  Mr. J. A. Tupjver is adding another 50 feet to h!is livery stable.  He say j that the ferry across the  Fraser should double his busincr-s.  J. A. is quite optimistic of the  growth of M'ssion City.  Mr. A. A. Lane is erecting a fine  residence oa Gi,.in:iia\u:.ue.  Mr. Lane will also build .1 house  for Lhe Scoff.-; on the property pur  chased   from  Mr. T.  Stuart.  I! is reported the contract is '.r[-  for an a-ddition to the Mission City  llot..Toi s'iine i'l room-i.  Messrs Catherwood and WaLsjn  are advertising for larger building   for offices.  Mr. J. B. Cade intends to build  a   h n.ixome re&idcn .e on h:s farm  There -are others, of course, according   to -reports.  Mr.  Charlie Black from   Vancouver 'apent Thursday in Abbohuord       Man '!,iul wUc are Uke a   I)air ������r  . . scissors so long as tliey are toge-  Mr.   W. Lyle's /sale  was jiao      a   Uu-r,  but they become, daggers a-s  'Success. ��������� soon as th y ce om; disuni ed  MISSION COUNCIL.  \  (From Fraser Valley Record)  n-Uurduy   was  a   busy day      in  mun;,c;]>al   affairs, ,n   Bpecialuneet  ing   of lhe .'municipal  council  was  held  in tli'e liinperial hall at 1.1 a.m.  when   lh<!  r.'Oiiiici.'l .'met   l.o diucuHH  (he proponed fr.-rry iiicrofia (.ho Fra-  hcv  between >I:.K3ion and   Matsqui  with Mr. M^nspn" M. L. A.  There   were  present   the   rcev,c  '>,,   l) ���������';���������'{.   and  Councillars  Cather-  wockI,   Wren, Wilson and 'Cribbard  Vlclot'ia. B. C. 23 Yob. Will  Pu'pvp  nn;l Conncillora,  o,f  Mission District Municipality  M'ssion  City,  13. C.  C.'u'.li-nn'-n;  J', have to inform you that a  mi in for the .purpose, of construct  'jiiig and .opiM'aitiiijg a ferry between. M'ssion 'and 'Matsqui ban  be'.-) placed "n the est i males, and  w li 1j ������ available for that purpose  mi April 1st.  The   Assistants   Public      Works'  ii'?,',niM-r h'ts (I'ecUli.'d that (lie most  u'.'v.b'e  place (o operate (he furry Von (lit- soulh side of the C: P.  IV K. bridge, and a.H (his itifwithin  Hi.1 eonfineK of the municipality 1  will ask I had you proceed to iiecure  sufficient  grounds for landing pur  pones   and  nhio a    road  allowance,  so  as  to permit of connecting up  with   the (ownsile of Mission.      I  am o'f (In; opinion (hat the govern  men I" o l'( he (province has no juris-  '!'c( :oi)   wilhi.ii   (he corporate   limits of the municipality, and, while  !    have no in form 0.4. ion in this respect,   (ho  establishment:  of      the  ferry might be contingent on your  securing (he land necessary as a-  foresa.id.'   1    feel   assured   thai   on  account  of  the many rcprcsontu-  t'rins  which you have made to me  in   this matter that.you  have fhc  establishment of the ferry at heart  and  I    trust that no time will ibe  lost   in  getting matters  in      such  shape  as to permit of,the immediate   construction ,of  same.  ���������  I   remain ���������  Yours tru'y,  CSgd; W. J  MAN''ON*  Mr Manson who was   present  was  fll'aed .upon lo .a.dress the council.  I-Li stated that (ho government lad  made a.n appropriation for the ferry and that an engineer had taken  soundings and prepared plans for,  lhe proposed landing on this s.ide  ���������;f the river, .but he had defused to  accept the pi a.n 3, as the proposed  iand:ng we^s loo far down the riv-  ?r to bo of any material benefit  to  the municipality a.nd townsite.  Mr. Manson stated that he favor  ed the site of the old wharf as a  more tuitabli ploice lor :h'i 1 nd:ng  and he asked the council to support him in getting this location  A concrete arch could ibe bui.lt  under the present C. P. R. track  and .this would .give -an easy access to the ferry. Mr J. E. Griffiths, the newly -appointed engineer of public works, who had looked over the situation last summer  ancl was of the same opinion as  himself, would be in town on Friday a-nd would go over the proposed alteration of the plans with  a committee from the council and  Mr. Manson. He also assured the  council of the -hearty co-o.peration  of the Matsqui council in this matter; and also that the plans would  have to be .submitted to .he Dom  iniori government at Ottawa'for  :;.ppro\ al and he felt assured they  would  hi* acceptable to  that body  The reeve .'thanked Mr. Manson  and stated that that ge'ntleman  could rest assured of the co-operation of the council in the matter  after which the following resolution    was   unanimously   carried;  Ihat tlie council favor the location of the old wharf, as. suggest  ed by Mr. Manson, for the landing  of theproposed ferry and that the  government be assured of the cooperation of the municipality iu  establishing the ferry and in providing the necessary right-of-way  through  the  municipality.  On motion ;the reeve and Councillor  Catherwood  were appointed  a   committee   co  receive  and   ac-  /  SPRING  :%  K-EisKro^^Ji^j?;^^  v>  Always on hand  A full line of three-piece  suits in brown, navy, black,  plain, stripes and checks.  From $12 to $25  Two Piece Suits ;.  In Hrcy   wilh   stripes,    plain  grey ancl other good   color*.  From $9.00 up  Fancy Vests ? Odd Pants  While,    white    with black ? )"    In all the leading  colors and  j     stripe and  lens. i \ slr''5cs-  $1.50 to $2.50 < ''  i  From $1.75 to. $6.50  ���������vy-V^"...'*'  *,-v./-*^vrf~������.,*,iirf������W'**������'"N''W*.  gency for all kinds fruit boxes. ���������  place your orders early  Pure Fruit Jams in Bottles, Noels, Kootenay  and Empress, all 30c each.  Chiver's Jams and Marmalade, 25c cell.  irwwwimwiwmwiwwwwwi wuww  0 w     w     ���������  TURNBULL  V  Abbotsford  and  Huntingdon  J  Matsqui   Hotel  MISSION CITY. B.C..  This hotel makes a   specially of  home-like comforts for Commercial  Travellers.     Comfortable   sitting-  room and   best   of   hotel   service  Cuisine Unexcelled.  Rates: $1.50 to $2 per day   ,.  W. T. LUCAS, Proprietor  HM*M>r mt*rn������* unram  Henderson &  (Associate   Members Can.   So:. C, E.)  . Civil Engineers  R. A. HENDERSON  B. C. LAND . SURVEYOR  Offiec. next P. O. P. O. Box I 1  cept plans from the provincial gov  ernrnent of theproposed ferry land  ing and right of way through the  municipality.   ooo   GLENN VALLEY GLEANINGS  Mr. Charles Murray, C. E. li������&  been/nGlen Valley, surveying the  property   of .Mr.  T.  Bennett.  Miss Elsie .Smith of Vancoir, er  spent Sunday with Miss Flora McKay.  Miss C. McDonald .spent the week  end with her parents Mr. and Mrs.  ?    McDonald.  Mrs. A. Benan, who has been ill  sometime is recovering.  The Rev. W. R. George, vicar of  L������\ngley, has .arranged to hold  services in Glen Valley, 6n Tu������-s-  iJay ove>rng at eight o'clock, "dur-  'ng   Lent.  It is reported .that Mr. Ben.  Green has sold his 10 acres at lhe  sum of $125 per acre. Mr. Green  is well known on the football field  as he has played with. Lhe Langley  team for some years.  The contract for fencing the C.  N. R. from Langley to Jaekrnan'  oad,' has been completed.  The Read sub-divisijo of ten-  acre blocks..have��������� all been disposed of. principally to investors, only three being occupied by 'settlers  New settlers ' are-.wanted as/lhe  potpulation of the. Valley has drop  _.ed ��������� cpiTsiderajb'iy.,  Painting, Sign Writing  General repair work  J. E. PARTON  Abbotsford        ������        B. G.  Good Storage Room for  Furniture.  HARRON BROS.  Embaimers 2nd Funeral Directors  Vancouver,  Office  and  chapel   ' 1034 Granville St.,     Phone 3486  North Vancouver,        Office     and  chapel 116 2nd St.. Phone 134  mJSS E. HERD  Late of Hudson Bay  Stores,  Vanancuuver.  COSTUMIER and DRESSMAKING  , BALL DRESSES A SPECIALTY  !___   WANTED TO PURCHASE  Forty   acres   improved   farm   in  the Fraser Valley, with or without  house and buildings, convenient to  fetation or  land'in'g.   Apply     to J.  R.   Smith,   Straiton,  B.   C. .      for  full   particulars,   first   letter.  CANADA'S  I Greatest Nurseries  Waait   a   frcprfescn]fcative       for  MISSION CITY,  B. C.  and surrounding district  The reliability, healthy condition  of our stock as well as trueness to  name must be appreciated by the  Public or they would not have  helped us to increase our business  yearly.since.. 1837, the date of our  establishment. ���������..���������������������������,  Our firm's name lends prestige  to our representatives.  Complete line .of ������������������Nursery SStock  for SSpring 1911. ���������'���������''���������'  Write  for   full  particulars.  STONE &.WELLINGTON  The Foiithiil Nurseries.  TORONTO        -''.'-'      ONTARIO


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