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 a.  nA  _ M^t^tXX.'^.'X'ic^^  mtj 17 jQl  Vol. VI., No. 18.  OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE GRANP LOYAL ORDER OF BOOSTERS  ABBOTSFORD, B.C., FRIDAY,   MaRCH.,14,  1913  Abbotsford,   0. C, March  10.  The lOdkor of The Abbotsford Post,  Sir,���������-Your cditorinl remarks upon  the'action of the president of the JUat-  squi-Sumas Board of Trade in (ho issue of March 7th, in connection with  the Hazel street crossing, arc extraordinarily .inaccurate and misleading.  Permit me to give you the facts of  the case.  , ' ���������'  In 'the first place the president has  ,,_ never been asked or appointed by the  . board   to act  as  its  delegate   to  the  Railway Commission. Two other members of the board were appointed for  ���������    that purpose.    But at the request of  ."   some of the townsmen of'Abbotsford  the president undertook to be present  at  the  last'meeting,  but one  of: the  Commission  in  Vancouver  and   state  the case for them. He' attended this  meeting and  waited   two  whole  days  for his case'-to come, on, only to find  -.at  7; p.m.. .of_ .the  final'.day'that  the-  board   would'not  at" that .time   near  any more cases.    All cases left/over  , had  to be. considered  by correspondence at Ottawa.- A'lengthy statement  of the case'was transmited , by   the'  .president to the secretary of the "Commission and a copy of the same sent  to the C. P. R. authorities, as the law-  requires, but'nothing was done in thc-  matter till the Commission sat in Van  couver in December last, when '.the  wise was considered. This meeting  look place,Just us the president was  starling for Eastern Canada on his  lecture tour, when It was impossible  for him to attend personally, but he  submitted for, the consideration of the  Commission another lengthy .statement of the case on behalf of Abbotsford, which set the matter moving.  On his  return  from  the  East    the  subject came up for discussion and the  president publicly explained   why "he  was unable to be present at the Vancouver meeting of the'Commission. He  was then,- for the first time, authorized by the board of trade to continue  his efforts and endeavor to bring them  to  a successful issue.-.The letter you  published  shows, I  think,  that he is  not neglecting his duties.  May I suggest-.to you that in ' tlie  future before you criticize the. action  of any member* of our board you first  ascertain the "facts of the case from  some authoritative source. -Your cri-  U'cisms might then have some value.  In this case somebody has. been evidently pulling t your leg.  ( May I ask you to give' the same,  publicity to,, this communication ., as  yW'did to; your, editorial-remarks.,   -  CHARLES' HIL'l'TOUT,  ;   President   Matsqui-Sumas .Board  , of Trade.  This paper' is pleased to give Mr.  Hill-Tout's letter the publicity he desires. Our editorial last week was not  intended to be either "extraordinarily  inacurate or misleading" but it was  desired to have the president over his  8 $1.00 PER YEAR  L MEETING  With the call of spring in the air,  bright sunshine and balmy breezes  no wonder the sound of hammer and  saw is heard in all directions throughout Abbotsford.  Essandane Avenu.e or rather.that  part of it which was recently wiped  out by fire, for the' past few months  was in a deplorable/condition, but now  it is resuming a. business-like aspect',  and .in the course} of. a few months  the original "old; timers-'will need a  guide to show them, the former landmarks.      ,    . /  Mr. Alanson, Abbotsfcrd's leading  hardware merchant, was ��������� the'"'first to  start operations, and new his new  store is a credit, not,only .to the town  of Abbotsford, but. to tlie whole Valley.    .  Mr. Lee's new bakery and refreshment parlors, now,.in course of erection next to Mr. Alanson's stor.e, is  rapidly -n'eariug"cohipMwn. "Mr/'LVe,"  in .fact,   expects   to   occup/   the .new  (Oon'timued on Page Four)  li.V  Our Goods are open for  inspection and comparison, quality considered,  with    those   anywhere.  premises by Saturday we^k. This new  building when completed will greatly 'improve .;he appearance of . this  rapidly growing main.street.  Mr. Gazley ,the owner of the Gazley  Block, including the' Maple Leaf Hall,"  which was also destroyed at the time  of the  fire,  has -descided  to  erect a  block on the old site, which will be'a  credit to the whole .community. Operations will commence in the course ol  a few days.    The new structure will  be  one   of   concrete,   two   storeys   in  heights.    The    lower    part    of    the  building will be fitted up    as    stores  (which, by the way, have all been spoken   for   in   advance)   while  the   upstairs will be used as a hall similar  to  the  old  Maple Leaf Hall, only it  will be  eight feet wider and fifteen  longer,   giving  a   much  larger- space  for concerts, dances and other social  gatherings.     The   building    will     be  equipped with all the modern conveniences  that  are  essential  in  a first-  class business block.   Mr. Gazley was  one of the first to build in Abbotsford,  and though he has met with misfortunes,  both  through fire and  illness,  he still  pins  his faith  on the future  prospects  of "the  only  town on  the  map"���������Abbotsford.  Opposite this corner will be the new  Commercial Hotel, the plans of which  Messrs. McElroy, McElroy Bros, are  now working on.  With these business blocks being  erected quite a number of private residences are in course of construction.  the regular monthly meeting was  held in the' Municipal Hah on Saturday, February 22nd, with the Reeve in  the chair, w. J. Ware, Councillor-  elect, having first taken the oath' of  office, took his place at the Council  Board with Councillors Me'lander and  Bell. . ���������.  -iThe minutes of the previous meeting  were read and amended by substituting the name' of Councillor Bell for  that of the Reeve as third'vice-president'of the Fraser Valley Municipal  Publicity. Bureau. The minutes were  adopted as amended.  Trie returning officer announced the  result of the poll at the bye-election for,  Councillor for Ward III. to be: ���������  William John Ware received 56  votes.  Horatio Ernest Watkins received 44  votes and W. J. Ware was ...declared  duly elected.       / .  .,'"'  Communications received from: ���������  It. .K. Nicholl, stating that' there  were some dangerous_holes in the road  on the township line west of the Aberdeen road.   Ordered repaired.  II. C. Benson, stating,that the Clay-  'burn-Straiton"road- had- been severely  damaged by the. heavy, "rains. Referred to Councillor Ware.  J. A. Hargitt and 25 others asking  "Competition is the life of trade," is-  an old adage, and Messrs. Morgan and  Hammond seem to believe in it, and  with the spirit of youth and energetic  , ability to carry them along, besides an '  up, to date stock of groceiies,' have  opened up a grocery store next to the  postoffice and adjacent to the Abbots-  ford post office. Both young gentlemen-have a thorough-knowledge of  the grocery business, and with the  rapidly growing demands of the community, should make a success of  their venture.  -    Mr.   Alanson,   who   formerly   occupied  the  corner store "in- the "Gazley  block, and was one of the heaviest los- "  ers in the recent fire^ is now domiciled  in   his   new  premises   on  Essandane  Avenue,  next the. Rbyal  Bank  building.    Mr. Alanson, after the. fire,, purchased the business conducted, by the  Abbotsford   Hardware-Co:;  and   pecu-'  pied the store used by them for sever-'".  al months.    But being an up to'date        0  business  man,  Mr.  Alanson  saw  the  that sidewalks be laid in Matsqui vil- advisability of building.a building of  lage. The clerk was' instructed' 'to J Ms own, with the result-that-he has  state that sidewalks could not be built I now one of the most "modern hard-  out of the general revenue, but only ware stores to be found in the district  by means  of a special    rate on  the | and/as he states, "everything is brand ���������  new," he expects brand new custom-  \  The Pioneer. Store  ^  :J\  Register your vote to-day.  The Presbytery of Westminster will  meet in the Presbyterian Church here  on Tuesday of next week, the 18th, at  7.30,p.m. for the induction of Rev. J.  L. Qampbell into the pastorate of Abbotsford and Huntingdon. Rev. C. Mc-  Diarmid will'preside and induct. Rev.  Dr. McKinn'on, of Kitsilano, Vancouver, will m-each. Rev. Dr. McLean, :of  Central Park, will address the minister and Rev.T.' I,. Millar, of Clayburn, the congregation. This promises to be a very interesting service  and the people of Abbotsford and  Huntingdon are heartily invited to be  present. Refreshments will be served  by the ladies of the congregation at  the close of the service.  properties abutting on the streets affected.  Secretary of the Union of British  Columbia Municipalities, enclosing  copy of the matters which were  brought before the Executive Council  of the Provincial Government. The  revised Municipal Act will be laid before the House at the present.session  and the various municipal bodies will  have a year in which to discuss the  Act, when it will be passed at the next  session of the Legislature.  W. A. James and five others, being  a petition to repair and make passable  the Hallert road from the C. P. R. to  the corner of Lot 4 of Sec, 1%, Tp. 17,  a distance of 1% miles. The persons  whose names were subscribed promised to assist in the work. The clerk  was instructed to communicate with  Mr. H. S. Phinney and secure a settlement from the individual petitioners  as to the amount each would sub  scribe.  Western  Canada    Power Company,  stating that it wo:uld not be possible  to have a representative at the meeting as  was  requested,  but would  be  able to meet the Council  on the following week to discuss the question of  the pole lines along the Huntingdon,  Abbotsford and    Riverside road.   On  motion the Council instructed the clerk  to write Mr. McNeill that they WQitld  meet him in Abbotsford on Saturday,  March 1st, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon.  H. E. Watkins, resigning the'position of municipal constable. On motion the resignation was accepted.  Secretary of the School Board, stating that the estimates had not been  passed as there had nqt been a meeting of the whole board.   Filed.  Bank of Montreal, asking   that   a  ers besides those who have "got the  habit" of dealing with him.  Mr. S. Brooke, who formerly conducted a general store in the Gazley  block, and whose stock was destroyed  in that fire, has decided to reopen  again in Abbotsford and is now busy,  fixing up the premises formerly occupied by Authier Bros, on Essandane  Avenue. He expects to be in running  order in the course of a couple of  weeks.  GET YOUR NAME  ON THE yOTERS1 LIST  Those having anything to do with  a typewriter will remember the line,  "Now is the time for all good men to  come to the aid of the party." The  ���������same words apply lo. all who wish to  have a voice in the1 government of  the country. Now that the former  voters' list is cancelled each one  should see that his name is placed on  the new list.  The  following gentlemen  have  the  papers and the necessary authority to ���������  place  you  on  the  list,   so  don't  delay: .   ;'.-.���������  , Those appointed by the Conservative Association are: Dr. Swift,  Messrs. G. Clark, Geo. Kerr, J. F.  Boyd, C. Hill-Tout, W. J. Ware, E. M.  Brown, J. A. McGowan, J. J. McPhee,  L. Authier, Abbotsford; J. Downie, Kil-  gard, R. W. Reid, Clayburn.  (Continued on  page Three)  Those appointed by the Liberal Association are: M. W. Copeland, Abbotsford; J. Ball, Peardonville; T.  Straiton, Straiton; W. Bowman, Upper Sumas. :  'j  I  I T HB ABBOTSFORD POST,       ABBOTSFORD, ,B. C,  ' t&  THE ABBOTSFORD POST.  '     ! Published Every, Friday' by The Post. Publishing Company.  A weekly Journal devoted lo the' interests oL; Abbotsford wid  surrounding.district.    . v:  Advertising' rules made known on application.  :   LEGAL ADVERTISINa-12 cents per line for first'insertion,  and 8 cents a line.for all subsequent consecutive insertions.  Our Shibboleth���������Neither i'or nor agin the Government.  Friday, March, 14, 1913  The Saturday Sunset and the Vancouver Sun both tinder the  control of the Liberal party of the province and the same managm|?  editor, etc., etc., has handed Mayor, Baxter a few packages that w 1  not be healed up at an early date, and Mayor .Baxter a poss.be  Liberal candidate at the next provincial election or the proving  house But then the Liberals of Vancouver never d.d agree and that  is why the Conservatives have gained such strength and the-province in the hands of the present government, -while at the present  time a few disgruntled Conservatives say, they will vote Liben.1 at  the next provincial election. But that ib wandermg away from the  , -roast that the Sunset gave Vancouver's first citizen.   Here is pait  ������   'some doubts were expressed at the beginning of the year with regard to  ' ,kv     Baxter's fitness for the position he occupies..   There is no longer any  doub     Tl^   uty o  the mayor 1, to act as the city's chief executive, guarding  fhe cttv's interests as best he can and remaining absolutely unprejudiced,  nstead  ot   t^ Mr.  Baxter has taken,  for  reasons  best  Known to  h.m-  ef  the posio'n a   special pleader for the Canadian Northern agreement  He has pCved conclusively that Vancouver has for its chlet magistrate a  ���������n whoatoouBto dirty insinuations to gain his ends; a.man who has no  m"e righl��������� *Tl. posit! than a cheap ward politician who.has been pitchforked into ofiice and at that by an accident.  The humble street cleaner,.euphoniously known as the "white wing is  a more honest employe of the city than Mayor Baxter. The former puts in  height hof/every day doing the-work for' which he is paid wine th,  gentleman who rules over the city hall accepts payment from the citizens,  and mTsJses the power which he holds. The False ������^  matter for the people to decide. It has been shown that opinion is tauiy  Ten y alvioefl and both sides have an equal right to state their convictions.  Wither lhe majority considers it good or bad is yet to be shown. Appar-  ' luv these facts bear no weight'with Mr. Baxter. He has his opinion and  ' hat became he thinks as he does the world should follow in am foot,  steps As mayor of the city his duty is clear. If he considers th^ Fal  Creek agreement a benefit, he should say so at once and let the matter go  at'hat Instead he takes part in innumerable, meetings, shouting his man-  . date from the platform and acting as though he were, the bearer of a dime  message He forgets that he was not elected mayor of Vancouver. [He  olta ned hs office either through a lucky chance or deliberate intention  whichever ay it works out the public had nothing to say about it. Instead  Tf coming Zvard with the declaration that he preferred a fair election  iLtZot winning on a technicality, Mr. Baxter calmly sat down to enjoy  The fruits oTl^ luck. This was not a serious offense, but it gave a ban,  of the mans character.  Now Mayor Baxter finds fault with any who oppose him m the False  Creek deal. It is because he has reasons to suspect his own motives that  heLts aspersions on the character of those who speak m opposition^ to  the agreement? This would be the most logical supposition. To the puie,  all S are pure" works both ways. .There is absolutely ^ ground for  ���������Se belief that any of the gentlemen who oppose the bylaw could be othe^  than disinterested, for there is no particular interest at work to defeat it.  They are actuated by the belief that the agreement is a bad one and do not  nesitate to say so. If Mr. Baxter is entirely free from any taint, why does  he immediately suspect others?  (Continued from page 1).  finance  committee  be   appointed  and  that the members thereof sign the  notes issued under authority of the  -Temporary Loan Bylaw. Councillors  Bell, Melander and Ware were appointed, with Councillor Bell chairman.  Cooper-Seldon Co., enclosing cheque  for '$10.00 which had been issued to  3. Peterson in 1912, and who had since  left the country owing them more than  the amount of. the cheque, and asking  that the cheque be cancelled and a new,  one issued in their favor. The Council declined to do so without a guarantee that they would be protected  from being called upon to pay Mr.  Peterson again if he should demand  payment.  Farr Bros., stating that the Smith-  Jones road was in a bad condition.  Referred to Councillor Bell.  C. B. Hill Tout, asking reimbursement for work done on the road leading north from the Yale road through  D. L. 48. Referred to, Councillor  Ware. r ���������  "The Guide," a monthly periodical  published in Vancouver for the pur-  . pose of advertising the various portions of the Province. Financial assistance was requested in the form of  advertising matter. The Council declined to assist.  F. E. Baines...accepting the position  of'municipal constable.   Filed.  Registrar of the County Court, stating'that the Temporary Loan Bylaw  had been duly -iled.  Communications previously laid over  from A. H. arker and Jackson Bros.  were' referred to Councillor Ware.  Relative to the request from Major  Bldred Pottenger for assistance in paying the cost of his outlet road, the  Council expressed its willingness to  assist to the amount of his land tax  of 1913.  In connection with the.plan of subdivision of the E. % of the S.W. % of  Sec. 16, Tp. 16, the Council resolved to  withhold approval until the road shown  through the centre of the property  was slashed to a width of 40 feet and  graded to a width of 12 feet, the work  to be done to the satisfaction of the  uouncil.  '   W. Barrett addressed the Council re  the opening up of the south end of the  Mt. Lehman road.   Referred to Councillor Melander.        ������������������'-���������-'     ..  Tenders.  1. Slashing and logging the Le-  Leuvre road.  T. C. Groves  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������ $390.00  W t. Prosiloski ������������������������������������  450-00  R.M.Pihl ��������� ��������� ���������- ������������������550-00  Councillor Melander stated that even  the lowest tender was too high and he  was  authorized to  proceed ��������� with  the  work by day labor.  2. Slashing, stumping and grading  the Sini road.  Knut Anderson . - - ....$330.00  J. W. Sandberg ..-' ������������������- ^O-00  The    contract    was awarded  to K.  Anderson.  Resolutions properly introduced and  passed:��������� .  ������������������   _    .  1. That James Gibson be appointed  road tax collector.  2. That, the Reeve, and clerk be authorized to sign all the cheques.  3. That H.-'-E. Watkins be ^-appointed municipal constable.  4. That the no;tes authorized at the  mooting of the. 8th inst. be canceled  unci a new note of $1,500.00 bo issued  Instead.  5. That Dr.' Richard Port bo appointed medical health offlcor 'for the  current year.  6. That the Reevo and clerk sign  the plan of the pipe-line of the Clayburn Company, Limited, as shown taking water from Kelly creek, the'said  line passing under the Clayburn road  for a short distance.  7. That all. appointments made, all  resolutions passed and all other bust  ness transacted by the Municipal' Coun  cil at the meetings held on January,  20th and' oh February 8th, 1913, be  approved and endorsed.  8. That the clerk ascertain from  the Dewdney Gravel Co. the cost of  two scowloads of gravel of 300 yards  each, delivered at Riverside.  9. That the V., V. & E. Ry. Co. bo  notified to clear the Ross road crossing  of loose stones so that there bo no inconvenience to vehicular traffic  '  Bills" passed for payment: ���������  J. Lundstrom, bounty on 68 .musk  rats,.$6.80;  J. E. Alingren, bounty on  14 muskrats; $1.40; F. V. M. P. Bureau,  March subscription, $15.00; o. E. Israel,  taking W. J. Cottman to. asyium, $9.20;  E. McEachern, taking W. J. Cottman to  asylum, $5.25; repairing the bridge on  the Coghlan    road-D. B. McDougald  $1.38,  W.  Firkin  $2.75,   G.   H.  Loach  $2.75, .Martin Robinson    $2.75;    John  Smith,  repairing the    township    line_  road,  $5.50;   G.  K.'Burnett,   surveys,  Ward 2 $107.15, Ward 3 $24.90;  Henderson  and Taylor, surveys,  Ward  1  $27.50, Ward'2 $38.70, Ward 3 $14.50, (  Ward 4 $45.00; Clarke and Stuart, ex-  pressage prepaid    on printing, $1.05;  Drs. Hall and Rottluff, examining Cottman as to his sanity, $5.00;  C. M-. C,  postage,   $2.75;<vbo.unty    paid,; H.   J.  Ryder for wildcat, $2.00;  badges and  handcuffs, paid,  $12.39; .traveling  expenses,  $3.15;   typewriter arm, $4.50;  election fee and expenses, $28.60;  refund  to A. Prey of overpayment,  45  cents;   refund   of road   tax  to  Hans  Stenerson, $2.00; February salary and  rent for office, $79.00; Roderick W. W.  Reid, election  fee and booth, $10.00;  James   McGowan, ��������� election    fee    and  booth, $10.00;  U. B. C. Municipalities,  annual subscription, $10.00.  By-Laws.  The   by-law   establishing  the  Aberdeen road from the N.E. corner of the  S.E. % of Sec. 4, Tp. 14, passed third  reading.  Councillor Ware gave notice to introduce a bylaw to establish a road.com-  ���������mencing at the d.W. corner of the N.  W. !/4 of Sec. 23, Tp. 16,- thence, north-  early along the section line xor one-  fourth of a mile,more or less, thence  meandering in a westerly direction to  the intersection with the Clayburn-  Straiton road.  The Council then adjourned to meet  as a special meeting in Abbotsford on  March 1st, and as the regular monthly  meeting in the"Municipal Hall, on Sat-  urday, March 29th, at 11 o/clock a.m.  JAMES GIBSON,  C.M.C.  La    Ja-*' a v ������>������������������������^������- ��������� -       7  r        ,' '  Exquisite !  These words mean, different things to different peo-'  pie    Taken together they will, in a measure,  describe for all the people the quality ol  B. J. GERNAEY HARNESS  Get that cash discount of 10 per cent on Harness.  B. J. GERNAEY,   Abbotsford, B. C.  'I  Abbotsford  Livery, Feed and Sales Stables  0 '  When you require a comfortable rig;  one that feels good and looks good;  ring up  CURRIE & McKENZIE  President, Chas. .Hill-Tout   Secretary, S. A. Morley  of Abbotsford, B.C.  Meeting Held First Monday of Each Month  : Write the secretar^ regarding manufacturing sites  with unexcelled shipping facias and cheap power  or information regarding^ he^tomandfrmt lands of  Thoroughbred white Plymouth Rock  Cockerels. None better anywhere  and the prices are right.  For some real good buys in Abbotsford call and see  Will Farmers Be Asked to Pay Notes?  After standing on provincial balance  sheets for seventeen years as representing assets to the extent of fifteen  thousand dollars, the promissory  notes given "to the government by  farmers in the lower Fraser River  Valley in exchange for seed, wheat,  they desired to plant in the year following the great flood of 1894, bobbed  up before the public accounts 'committee of the Legislature yesterday.  Some few of the notes have been paid  but there are many |iven by men  who are now wealthy which have  iiever been taken up and on. which not  even interest has been paid.  Adding! interest at 4 per cent, to  the principal owing all these years,  th'sre is now due the government  some $25,000.  All tlie notes were for  small sums, very few ..of them exceed  ing one hundred and fifty dollars.  It is estimated that from 50 to 75  per cent, of the indebtedness is collectable.  Alexander Lucas, chairman of lhe  committee, declared it was not competent for the committee to criticize  the policy of the government���������that its  sole duty was to scan, the publbic accounts and. criticize anything deemed  irregular. k ��������� ' f  The Dewdney Settlement Act of  1906, by which the government assumed responsibility for a .loan of  $25,000, was also discussed. The loan  has only been  reduced by $2,000  in  five years.  The chairman said. it would be in  order to ascertain if the tax sale had.  been held in Dewdney as provided by  the act, and if not, why not? ^  The Conservative '���������'Association of  Matsqui will give a grand ball, cm  March. 28th. ...__-  (From Fraser Valley Record)  Mr   Plumridge's  new    addition    to  Iris already pretentious grocery store  on the corner of Washington street  and Grand avenue, is already neanng  completion. The addition has a floor  ���������space of 24x50 feet and will be used  as the dry goods department. Access  may be had direct from Washington  street or through the grocery department   Mr.  Plumrldge  states  that although it is only a one story building,  there is room for two underneath and  as many more as you like    on    top.  The present store on  the  corner <m  Grand  Avenue   and  -Railroad  etren'.  will be used as a store room.     T)  building   oif   this   new   addition   ws  found   necessary   on  account ot  tn  ���������Wasbiij   trade  which  this popul-  ���������aloe's accumulating every clay. T-;  new'store Is expected  Lo be occiip--g|  in the-course of'a week or ten ter-'tBte  ��������� :."'"',..'������������������'    ���������   V :'< . ��������� ���������-;���������-' :'\'^U;.^lPS V  1^  %  3v  S  icv  *HB ���������ABBOVStfORfc *OSt,      AbBOtdS'ORD, B C,  i  ������  ���������[ We have just received a complete  collection of the very latest designs  and shades in Suitings, Trouserings   , ���������_- ~~��������� ������������������. ��������������������������� ������������������-<v~*" " ��������� ��������� '.**  and Spring_and[ Fgdl_j)yercoatings,.  etc., for ��������� Made-to-measure Clothes.  . .... _..    ...    11 ��������� '  As Easter comes early this year, we  would urge you to call and make your  selection as soon as possible so as to make  sure of the pattern of your choice.  Abbotsford  J   MCELROY 8c Co.  LIQUORS,   WINES I AND ''CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  Cor. Essendene Aye. and Oscar St.,  CITY  Tffl^'Bff.'juHtym^ snmWmMJi,,m,,aivm  ABBOTSFORD, B. CI  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  1  A. J, HENDERSON & SONS PROPRIETORS'!  BUTCHER  Pork Mutton, Heei, Veal, Pork 'Sausages,  Weinies  and Balogna always on hand.    Fish every Thursday  HARRON  BROS.  Maimers and Funeral Directors  Vancouver, Office  and  chapel   1034 Granville St., Phone 3486  North Vancouver, Office and  ChapeWUB 2nd St. Phone. 13J.  V  STRAYED���������To my place, a Grade  Jersey Heifer, about Beven  months old, on December 1st.  Owner can- claim sarnie iby paying for notice and board. G. C.  Kenney, i%  mile.��������� edtft,  %    mile  noarth of Vye Sta/tionj.  s...      ���������  [ree  >ubsci  >n to  "How-dear to my heart is the steady  ���������subscriber,  Who pays in advance at the.end of  ' -  1      'the year,  '   And never says  stop it, but  instead  says: 'Send it, ,      .  , For with its glad presence "comes a-  halo of good cheer.' "        ������������������   -  If.. Send.. The Post .'post-  to friends in the East.     They  might learn to like Ahbol  it to live.  [ice to have your  ie to you.   Easy  !���������  Leave Subscription with King, the Butcher. THE ABBOTSFORD POST,  ''���������'<; '><"  "ViS'-r, _ l��������� ..������i#  LOCALS.  Lee, tlie Abbotsford baker, says .if  you want, hot X buns order them  now.  "Erin go Brash" is the password for  the big social dance to be h'dld in  West Hall, Sumas, on St. Patricks  night. ��������� A  grand  time  is  guaranteed;  Is  Tuesday last witnessed a large niun-.  her of loyal citizens cleaning up tlie'  winter's accumulation of debris in  their back yards, ,aiid in front , of  their business places. Perhaps there  wore a few who overlooked this mutter, but noi doubt they will rectify it  before long.  T. W. Twiss of Toronto, and A. G.  Smith, Vancouver, were among the  commercial men registered at the Abbotsford Hotel this week.  As the supply is limited  ALBERT LEE,  The Abbotsford Baker  Mrs.  tie.  Campbell  is  visiting  in  Seat-  Miss Ethel  Bemming,  of  Clayburn,  spent Tuesday, in Sumas.  Mr. Chas. Goff, of Clayburn, spent a  few days in. Abbotsford this week on  his return from a visit to the coast  cities.  F. S. Cook of Chilliwack, was in  Abbotsford this week renewing old  acquaintances.  Government road work started on  Monday last, and Road Superintendent Cruickshanks is now a busy man.  The, first crew to leave Abbotsford  were in charge of H. Radford, consisting of about twenty men. They are  working riear'Kilgard. More men will  be  added  as  the  season  advances.  We take great pleasure in inviting you to  inspect our new store and see our stock of  Hardware   Builders' Supplies     Furniture  Furniture Polish        Alabastine  Varnishes    Paints  Linoleums     Carpets     Matting  Choice selection of Groceries,  Canned  Goods,   Elour, Etc.  Mrs. D. Fraser and Mrs. J. L. Campbell, attended missionary meetings at  "Westminster  last  week.  ESSFNDENE AVE.  -Up-to-date Grocers ���������  Abbotsford, B.C.  ^BB:  H. ALANSON  Hardware and Furniture  lad?  FOR SAALE���������5 young milch cows to  freshen from the 27th of this  month. Apply to R. OWEN, one  mile south of B. C. E. R., Mount  Lehman. :  Mr. .F. Munroe represented the. Presbyterian churches at the meeting of  the Presbytery last week in Westminster.  The Fraser Valley Presbyterian Association held its monthly meeting at  -Clayburn on the 10th instant. An interesting paper' on "The Bible Doctrine of Satan" was read and discussed.  Hi BREWERS' DRIED GRAINS  Cheaper, better than Bran  ��������� -Order from '.   The Ladies'.Aid of the Presbyterian Church met on Wednesday at the  home of Airs. F. Currie.  H. Windebank, Mission City, B.C.   J.J. Sparrow, Abbotsford, B.C.  "Notice.  APPLE8   FOR   SALE.  No.  1  N.  Spies, per box .'..$1.25  Russets, per box   3.25  B. Davis, per box  1.00  Kindly leave your order with "Geo.  C. Clark, and they will  be delivered  to any address in Abbotsford,  McNABB   &   QELLETT.     '  J.  o  Builder and Contractor  Estimates Given Free  Phone Connection      . Mission City  Mr. and Mrs. Longfellow moved this  week to Sumas, Wash., but they expect to return at an early date. The  scarcity of houses is the cause of their  removal. Mr. and Mrs. Rutling returned to their home in the village  after a year spent at Whatcome road  in connection with the custom house  business.  Mr. C. B. Hill-Tout was a passenger  to Vancouver on Monday'last  Mr. Fooks, one of our enterprising  farmers around  Abbotsford,    has    in  contemplation the building of a modern sanitary barn.    For a number of  years  he did a  large dairy  business,  but of late years he has not paid much  attention to it, but is again going into  the business and will run it along principles that will insure his customers  the  best of fresh    milk.    The    first  necessary requisite he deems is a fine  barn for his herd of dairy cows. With  a  view  of making everything handy.  and pleasant to do the work of milking and feeding his cows.    The barn  will be 100 x 90 under, which which  will   be a stable  for his  cows; Each  cow will have a veritable little palace  or  her  own.  By  means  of, carriages  there   will   be   a   constant  supply  of  feed   in   front  of  the  cow,   and  also'  fresh water, a bucket being arranged  for this which  will always contain a  mouthful  of water, and  the  moment  the cow puts her nose into the bucket  to  drtnk it  will   turn  on   the  tap  of  fresh  water for  her  to  drink.  When  she lifts her nose from the bucket the  tap  turns off ancl  the surplus  water  drains  off.  Other    sanitary    arrangements will be made so that the stable  will always be clean.    Mr.  Fooks believes that cleanliness in the milking  business is next to godliness, and in  tends to have the most modern dairy  stable in the Fraser Valley.  Mr. C. B. Hill-Tout delivered a lecture at the Progress Club in Vancouver on Wednesday last. On the same  date he was a delegate to interview  the Attorney-General and Deputy Minister of Agriculture from the Fraser  Valley Publicity bureau asking that  more space be given by the government for exhibits from the Fraser Val-  Mr. Hill-Tout's Letter  (Continued from; page 1)  own signature tell the public how long  he had been on the job and cover  himself with the glory of success if  he could. The truth of the matter is  that the matter has not been gone  about in the right way. It is folly to  attempt to make the public believe  that the president sat for two whole  days awaiting his turn and then to be  told that the matter would have to be  taken up by correspondence. It has  been the boast of the commission  that if any public body or person has  a grievance against a railway that if  the grievance is properly laid before  the commission an appointment will  be set for at the earliest date possible,  and a hearing granted. Other boards  have had prompt hearing, why not the  matsqui-Sumas. At the first meeting  in June, 1911, a petition was presented  to the board by the citizens of Abbotsford asking that the street was desired opened. Was any member of the  board to meet the commission at its j  next meeting in 1911? Did that party  meet the commission? If not, why���������  not? If the president could not have1*  attended the meeting last December  why was not another representative  appointed to take his place when the  matter was to be discussed? When a  member of the board undertakes a  mission for any.public body, it would  seem that it was equal to an appointment to do so.  The work on Montrose street is the  result of prompt, well., laid plans by  the board and its representatives.���������  Editor.  If you want the best in  House Painting Paper Hanging  Kalsoming and  Graining  and Carriage Painting  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.  Matsqui   Hote  MISSION   CITY, B.C.  This hotel makes a specialty of  home-like comforts for Commercial  Travellers. Comfortable sitting-  room and   best  of  hotel service  Cuisine Unexcelled.  Rates: $1.50 to $2 par day  CHAS. E. DeWITT, Proprietor  go to .  ABBOTSFORD DECORATING Co  W. Davey, Manager  Workshop in rear of S. Kravoski's  Blacksmith Shop.  E. O. JBnindage  Painter and Decorator  If you want any artistic work in  Painting, Paperhanging and Decorating give us a call.  Practical work at'practical prices  City Blacksmith Shop and Carriage Building  S. KRAVOSKI PROPRIETOR  For Horseshoeing, General Blacksmithing,  Wagon-Making and Repairing, Carriage  building- and   Expert  Carriage^ Painting  We will use you right.  Abbotsford  S. KRAVOSKI  Blacksmith  Gladys Ave.  Abbotsford  For the Residence,  Store or Office.  ctric Power  For Factories and  Industrial Plants  Convenience      Comfort      Economy  Henderson & Taylor  (Associate   Members Can.   Soc. C. E.)  Civil Engineers  R. A. HENDERSON  B. C. LAND    SURVEYOR  Office, next P. O. P. O.Box 1 1  Attention will be eiven to all aoolicdtions 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. 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