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 .I-/*.-. ~i^.������M.4,.?.l^'WA&���������������H������, J  ;ii,sr'ii?<i"2jT.? *  "v.^'-'j;;'  ..Pi?.?'V ������������������-.  >"W*...../  ft  it  ill  II  18  If  #  : * Sri  if  ',61  .   . J������l   Air ..  I  '"'I?'.  ?���������  ft  flu  Ml  ID  <Wary l^^W  ./#  <% >���������  ���������/O    . ' I   <  Pi-ovfnciahsifi&to.     " /  ,   )j  wmrr was ^>-  ^>    8     f^-J    ^  VOL.III., No. 27.  ABBOTSFORD, B. C, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 10,. 1911  $1.00 PER YEAR  tytytytyty^tytytytytytytytytyty^ty$k\  MATSQUl   COUNCIL.  ABBOTSFORD   vb  LANGLEY  ���������SOMAS COUNCIL.  pecials  f Japanese Mats, 2 yds. long, 40c.  # Comforters, $1.75 up.  Iplv/5,  *  *#  #j Ladies' Shawls, 50c to  white and colors,  #i  * Delaine Waists, " fancy stripe,  #������ ��������� -��������� -$lr.25 each,  The regular meeting was held: in-  the municipal"-Nhall on Saturday,  November 4th with all members  in attendance."  ihc1 ininututi of ibe previous meet  ing^were read and adopted..  iCojmimunicaftions .were reau      a?  .^{follows;  Sumas   municipality \asking   the  council to improve .the municipal'  boundary road.-isputh of Abbots-  ford as promised:. Councillor  Cruickshank was instructed to ex  amine the same .and was authorised Lo ,exp~eriil an amount equal  coc that spent by Su'mas^ municipality-   ' _ -'   ,,    >;  Prom^E/'V/.;Kmg and^.J. W. Mc-  Callum ,giving an award of $320.00.  in favor of; ther'McClure eaT&te  ini ieu of land prbm'^Ded" With the  m-ual condition a's to costs in such  ������������������n'-'i.   Accepted. *  From E. W. King stating!, that' he-  ao-.i A. Murray had failed to agree  on the arbitration of Morrison vs  ;Matisqui   Municipality.,   j  From F. C. Saunders re. the^pro-  *  !#  The above teams met in the-.final  match for the Hill-Tout cup on  Saturday at the school grounds  Abbotsford. before a goodly  crowd of spectators. Both teams  were weakened -by the absence^ of  regular players; Langley ' wanting /their- full back C: Kirby >while  Abbotsford took the field minus  Wells,  Me-lcalfe  and   B^rown! '. .  Abbotsfor dlined up as follows;  J Feathersto'nehajUgh, H"V. Harrop;  Jackson, Adajms; Gough; Hogg;  T. McPhee; Heath;- Ferguson;' Mc-  GoAvan; Gernaey.' T, L. ^ Hutton  was referee.      - ��������� ,    -"���������  Abbotsford won the' .toss      and  started playing do.wn vhill.   ���������  ' The J  game had noic been long  in pro-  , r The regular meeting of tha Su-  mas Munic'pal council was held on  iSaXurday, November 4th. Prea  euL ihe Keeve, Angu3 Campbell and  Councillors D. McKenzie, C. Everett and-T, *B. Straiton.  The minuses of October 7 were  adopted as read.  /- The reeve reported ho had let a  contract to E. A.. Mohler to dig a  ���������iicch on the west aide., of the Angus Campbell road, south of B. C.  E; K. about 40 rods at 60 cents a  rod.. Ditch to be four- feet from  property , line, 16 .inches wjde at  bottom, three feet wide at top .and  dug to water level in, B. C. E, R.  ditch.   The  above  contract     wap  gress when Gernaey pluckily took   confirmed by council.  j       . ..       .��������� . .  ,      .       -..  .'     iurs. Peck,was present  advantage ,of ia', mistake- by   one   ', ��������� :   ���������    ;   l .  of vthe Langley jb'acks and netted1  the ball.- Abbotsford mever looked back after ,this; and after some-  cio&b play in' midfield McGj\vaii  converted a^ nice cross by Tup-  per McPhee .and later 'on''the isame  player  iscored   with   an   overhead  and com-  pimned of contamination of creek  near- J, S. Murphy's, by: .V. V. & a  Railway Contractor. The report'  bl Dr. Swift the medical health of  ficer was laid before the council.  Councillor Straiton volunteered to  see Dr. Swift and sea, what vcould  be done to remedy .Mrs. ��������� Peck's  grievance'.  as  !ffi^.'fifisr-''/re t'<.;  r  inter  kick ^whichthe Langley.' goalkeep-  ^ .poaerpla^orsuMivlBion^rpwt ,^ung.into his^al, This ended "iViFb^Iaw-iii'-aa- amended  i>; south half northwest quarter sec^ ��������� tlt? tfu������t-:.half.-iwith..thie. score 3-0,-^^^ se-nd and .third. read-  ^ din 23 township;j[4.^' \*   "   '.'���������������������������   lov~ Abbotsford,... ;���������', ,. '   '   \^y-\m-        ' ..=.,'���������-  i^T^^ian^s^eluleU'b^aus^'i^'- .Qn,assuming .A^boljford ; jboys ���������;:^^ aAd;jadKenrie tooveelthit  was impracticable to connect  the - Jeemed lfco ea8xfeuP a   blt anl Lan*. -W^'/Biat Aford bo allowed $6o to'  roadshown.on the south boundary   lev came -pretty.-near'-scoring-on .gi^-j l2^od3^n ;,th^- Angus-Cam  with the existing system of roads .several occasions, only.cUver.Pa^   pbtII^6ad   g"uth, of'Vey "road.  From Bowser, Reid and Wall- . ing iby\.Dick.������;, ^eathpstonehaugh;..i:straitah-Everett that'the coun  bridge asking payment' of $i5 00 as: preventing:themV. . Abbots/prdL'..cij ag^e to-accept''the proposit-  Lhon^codt in connection with the weakened up again and/Tiipper "fori" of the Ki'lgara Fir&-Clay and  McClure. arbitration. - McPhee  was -fouled close' inqaml ������ ge^< -pitf Qd;; & Bpend $75    io  This was refused. . '   from-^e; reciting kick the ^-isiS^/thebouiic H'S:$25 peVmohth. during  From J.T. Smeeton asking ass'st -ors Jeft half handled and a.penalty; ^he '.months- of "October, .November  ance on Valley road'on sub-divis ..wap .granted. McGowan took th;! and December on the Suma^ Moun  iun McClur'e estate'and complain- kick and easily beat thefgoalkeep ,tain roati-for repairs,''  ing of the B. C. E. R. crossing. The er. . The .game'was finished ui ra- ,Straitdh������<McKenzie' that S 'A'  road matter was refused but .the . .ther bad light owi^g .to- the:'late. iMbridy heappbinted a-u'aifor for  clerk .was instructed to requast arival of , the car from;. Langley; ^gn.--.' ���������. , '������  the company to construct a road ' Abbotsford .won .out", by. the c(5m- Eyerett-McKen'zie that the coun  crossing in  connection  with   their_ fortable margin of. four S'c^ls-and-: cil-;accept P; Munroe's        contract  ^  earner  look like stickin,g - to  the cup' '.for  Hill-  work on Angus Campbell road.  To be- comfortable will make you forget  the scold.  J^ Little Money Talks  and buys our Winter Underwear, made of al1  wool and imported direct from Scotland.  We have also Sweater Coats for men, the  best thing you ever wore in winter weather.  We have also in stock Gloves and Perfection Mufflers.    PRICES RIGHT.  For Rainy Weather  We have. Rubber Boots, short and long,  Waterproof Coats, also Oilskin Coats and  Pants.      ; -v ' ������������������ ���������.'���������'.      '.:v':'X-:: ������������������'���������.... ^; -���������;''::,;;" ���������*���������  P From R. S. Sherman B. C. L. S. re another reason. President ^- T^e reeve apointed gounciUora  plans of diversion of Grier^ road at Tout 'seemed very,happy after- the Straiton arid^Everett a- committee  Pine Grove. The clerk was instruc match and .complimented , ;"his to'meet;."Major'b. Pottinger and  ted to request him to make an ap^boys"  on. thefr  win, ;-  ���������".   examine .the-lbcaUoh. of a proposed,  pointment with. Councillor Lunde-      For- A,bbo!taford    l^eatherLstojie-(   road tp, give .him  an outlet  hauSh did splendidly Jin] goal,^ both '���������'   The cierk-.was instructed to pre-  backs Harrop and Jackson play-   pare ;a. bylaw; cancelling'gazette  ed������their usual steady game.   The    onthe road .surveyed through J.  haljf back line was  greatly     im-.  proved froin last week Gough play,  cil ruled that the commutation must   ing (well in h?s "new-.,position, while;  ' be paid but the equivalent in work   Hogg played a   good clean, game;'  .ii.jwed'and paid for. right  through.    "Tupper  McPhee!  'Councillor  Lundeberg   agieei'to   showed what the juniors can do and^  take over powder, etc left, in ward   put 'across some dandy     centres  II. ' while Gernaey "on the-left jplayed,  ' Bills'passed for payment;; with fare   dash.   McGowan      and-'  Ward  III.   v    $1421.51   Feguson opened out the  play  in- '-Yarwood whose resignation takes  Ward IV. ~-         244.49   g00d istyle while  Heath      playied   effect at the end of the year,^from'  ^"ard  I.          . 2i2,15   wel ,lfor his fir'st'game this .season.   Jan 1, 1912. till the new .council is-  berg during the-third week in Dec-  erhber to prepare plans of new  road at that point.  The  matter!, of belated  .statute  labor was discussed and the' coun-  Cole's prop.erty/by *A. :J^ ^Hill'.  ��������� Tlie councib-.grante;d"W^ E, ^Fad-  den's ..request.^"to-open rb'ad^ from'  *he Wh.ajtcom road' along West  line of Lot 253Ato the Vey road.  W. Porter, palhmaster to do the  work...     '       ���������'      '' ,/��������� s  The council' lehgaged-J; W. Win-  ison to. act as'clerfe1 in-place of Mr.  Ward II. '  400.17  General account       77.35  Total $2385.1-7  Properly passed and carried  1.   That the clerk be instructed  to write to the C P. R. and B. C.  Swan, Paxton and Pickles  were   elected.  the best for the visitors, ijthoU^h-  Swan   played   below   form      and  seemed |tp miss Kirby.  Mr. and Mrs. McMenemy enter-.  E..R. asking that the crossing; on tained ,a   few of thier "friends..-at;'  section line between sections 34 and progressive jwhist .on Friday even  ill) Township 16, be opened at once jng last,   i  Among 'those  present  the rroadgrad being noW( made to were Mr. and Mrs. Eby; Mr. vand.  the \xail(W'ay-ri&(hit-,of   way    , This Howe; Mrs. Coogan; Mrs.  Edson  is the line between the MqClure e3- Miss Blanche McCallum; Miss An-  tate and the Indian reserve. nie McCallum;,Miss Amy  Heath;  2 That the clerrk write to the ,Mrs. Dr. Swift; Mr. Brown'; Mr.  Maple Grove Lumber company Lowers; Mr. Longfellow; Mj.J^  request them-to remove the. debris McCallum; Mr. iSctosvold Mr. J.  oh the road leading to lh2 N.W.i-l McLean.           .         v  .                  '  S. 24, T. 16 isaid; debris beinjg the le %ir3- ,rjr.' Swift and Mr. Scotsvold  suit of their logging operations. , received first /prizes and Mrs.  H.  3 That Councillor-SatcheU   Ire- A. Howe the consolation.          ������  -' McKenzie~Straitpn tha't $200- be  appro'piated'fp:rJ.the. McKenzie road  Work to be tinder supervision of  Pathmaster (F., W^; McCrimmon.  ��������� Everett^Str^i|pDi, that���������;Mr.-.;GillLs  be instructed'to cutvthe' brush on  th ediversion of -.the Yale>.'.''���������road  road from the StaraV bridge td'the  Montain road.,  The re'eve appointed Councillors  Samson, Everett and.;S,tr'aiton a  committee to examine C. :A. Sam-,  son's contract for bridge and the  grade on the Mahrer road, and to  instruct clerk to issue cheque' if  work  is  found satisfactory,.,  Eyerett-McKenzie that..   E. '.. C.  ' (Contiaued oa Page I'our)  1  i'1  ! . H  )  ' 'I  > .1  I-  fj.v!  'Ml fcwa
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THE ABBOTSFORD POST,      ABBOTSFORD, & 0.
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THE ABBOTSFORD POST
-Published   every    Friday   by    the    Post
',. Publishing Comp*"\".
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plicHtion.
LrKGAL. ADVERTISING���12 cents per
lin�� for lii-Kt insertion, and 8 centB a an*
for all subserjucnt consecutive irwertions.
Our sl��ib>olF.th-?-NeHher for nor n#in'
the   Government.
raiooi
argarn!
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The Biggest Value Ever Offered Residents of the Fraser Valley
By special, arrangements we' are in a position to make the following offer:
The Family Herald and Weekly Star of Montreal
The beautiful premium picture entitled "Home Again"
Size 22x29 all ready for framing, and
THE ABBOTSFORD POST ail three for $1.50
aurora s oaisam or i
teals wounds and sores
B. J. GERNAEY
P.O. Box 45
Abbotsford, B. C.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE
WMIMVyWJHI'.llMi'
The beautiful picture "Home Again" is the best picture ever offered newspaper readers.      It is simply mar-
FRIDAY.-NOVEMBER 10, 191 f- veiloTJS how  such a   picture can be. included with The
Family Herald and iVeekly Star at so small a price.
~i i rn���rrva���
THE   MARKET.
Larger than it has been for some
time was the crowd, that attended
the market on Friday morning last
but the retail1: offerings were not
comparable to' .the'size of the buy Dressed chicken, per lb
ing , assembly. "Vegetables were VEGETABLES, Retail-
numerous at-wholesale, though the   Vegetable  Marrow 	
Vwyera   were   (not .very   plentiful   Carrota per 6afck 	
which might be accounnted foij "by   0nions per Back	
the fact that the prices were not   Onl0Mj b lbs ��or 	
Send your order at once to
THE ABBOTSFORD POST
ABBOTSFORD, B. C.
25c   daily for ten minutes, night! , and
10c
75c
1J5
25c
any too low in comparison with the   Greea Corh,.doz �����������-- 5
Cabbage, each  ��� -  5c to 10c
Potatoes, sack ---.���  $1 to $1.25
Carrous, bunch  ���  5c
Beets,  bunch. ���-; -  5c
Turnips,   sack   .'- ��� ��---������  75  to   85c
fa.rsley,. bunch  : :  5c
E<��gs, wholesale  ���  50c
Eggs, retail   '  55c
large amount of  produce  offered
���for sale.   On the retail market the
vegetables were not very numerous, but the offerings were, of excellent quality,.   For the first time
this ' season  Savoy   cabbage made
its appearance on the market, the
���sales of the same nob being .very
largie  as   few   people .hereabouts   Butter, retail
were   familiar   with  the    variety.   Honey,  per   lb ���---���'
Celery  showed  a   slight      change   Hens,"'small' '-'������������- i
sumt: .man bunches being so.iii' at' Hens small, retail
five cents each and the. larger ones   Hens, large ������--���--
for ten cents each, or three ��01   a   Hens;  large, retail
quarter. ,
Eggs were very'"scarce''and it-
tailed at 60 cents a ; dozen, and
were alimost unattainable at the
wnolesale price, Buuer rema ncd
firm at forty cenis. pen; pound.
Meat at wholesale was chiefly noticeable by the large quanitity of
pork on hand and the scarcity pf
beef. Veal,and mutton offerings
were fair, the price of all wholesale
meats (being . unchanged. There
was no change recorded in . the
price of retail meats.
Apples  and  pears  were   the on-
,Chickens,
B'roiiers. --
i'ullels    --
'Ducks  -"-���������
Duckiinga
6.50  to
��� $L5p  to $8.50
' ----- $7 to $9
��,-  $8.50   to .$12
-|  $6 to $6
......;....., $4 to $5
���2. Inhale as before, a full
breath through the nose, coomenc
ing -with tlie abdomen and, by similar contraction transfer the breath
to the. upper chest. Hold it five
seconds. :S,tanding no,w with the
chest inflated and abdomen drawn
in, ' you rhuBt by- simple* effort
which 'prac.ice renders easy, again
make the transfer, forcing the
breath" back' to the abdomen.
, Continue,, the pumpyng .process
half a dozen times on the same
25c breath before expulsion, and re-
cy 5q   peac for ten minutes each -morning
n
Lessons on Singing
III       BY CHAS. F. WARD      J"
V ���       "       ' "
immediately on awakening. Practice it lying down in a well ventilated room and then in< a standing position. Use discretion and
never.-,.iire =��your.Lelf."The, effec:of
$9.00 'this exercise is .precisely what swe
 1; $ip to $13   are looking "for in .the breaking^ up
  $7 to -������ $9'  ��f any feeling of fear,.doubt: ;an-
_ '   xiety, ��� craving   or   appetite,     vi:-i
a strengthening stimulant to -the
nerve centres, which has thei .effect of introducing a new train of
sub-conscious sensation, which is
evidence of the sub-consciousnoss
to   think. "'
:\
,.,.���,, ,    .        , ,, . Air. Chas.  F.  Ward,  Director
ly fruit on the market and the qual   .. r. , -   . .      V,
{1        .,  -, . H        the Columbia     Conservatory
ity ruled the price.    -   r
Smelts again made their appear-.
ance on the fish market' and sold
readily at ten cents per pound. Sea
irout were again offered at' tev-n-
ty cetitP per pound, each fish
weighing over three po alias,
"Let's make a bargain." "Well"
"If you won't talk about your
new auio T   won't talk about  my
The poultry market was a large   vanced singer as well  as  the-begone  aind  the offerings   were  of a
This   paper   has   arranged   with
of
of
Music, Vancouver/to  publish      a , new, baby."    ...
weekly lesson on voice production ;     ��� ..   * ���0	
the. first of which appears  below      If :!many  a' girl  meeits va   man
M.i\ Ward takes up the, art of pro-   who doesn't admire her she ima-
ducLion from the beginning and his   gines'that he'is a   confirmed    wo^
lessons  will  doubtless  be      inter--  rnan hater. \ *  \;. .     -
esting and  profitable  to   the-, ad-
A  BEAUTIFUL  STORY
A beautiful story is depicted in
the picturre entitled "Home Again"
given this season with the, Family
Herald and Weekly Star, of Montreal.   It is beyond doubt the best
picture ever of fered with that great
paper.   The picture is 22x29 inches
ready for framing.   The     Family
Herald and Weekly Star is  grow
ing faster and faster every year,
aryncsd 01 uie throat and the thoue   It is the marvel dg the newspaper
and und uiiu lil-j co. w.i'chi .jl   ^iijj;-   world to-day and with such^apic-
er's flesh is heir.   Breaching is;* :   ture as "Home Again" all'for One
ginner,���Ed.
'  LESSON  No.  I. .
A singer may understand  all the
technicalities  of  music   and,    yet
know little or nothing of i.h-2 vo:.al
organism.
There is no excuse for throatinesi,
'hoarseness, weariness.' nasality,
j.wuilen tonsils, elongated ���������vula.
unruly tongue, excessive     saliva.
character somewhat higher than
usual. The offerings of large pallets andy ouhg 'hens was .particularly good and there w;as not
so much scratch- up stock offered
for saie. ���;
There was the usual large supply
of American, poultry, which, however took a second place to the
Fraser, Valley   product;
The price asked for hens,in small
lots stoo dpretty steady ' at one
dollar each, although isome  were
sold for less.   Some fancy broilers   tne traiAing of the. voice, but it is   Dollar a   year, it is no wonder the
were sold as high as; $13 per dozen   l'lC oUli  Llun�� tnat supplies     'the     '      ���-������-���-- -~
Ducks also ran to  extremes,  and   B^ceBsary   life  and  energy   to the
Were  sold  all the   way  from ten   nerve centres .of theb ody.
to thirteen dollars.
Neither geese nor turkeys were
offererd for ��ale, but th* price remained the iaame as that of'last
Week. ' , ' ..;.'''������,.
Following; were the quotations; ;���
WHOLjBSALE MEAT-
^eal, small
Veal, large
JViutton, '���-.	
i^ork, per Is -.-�����	
RETAIL MEATS-   *'
Beef, best rib roasts
Beef, loin ������--..... ~
Beef, round steak ���
Boiling Beef ��� ..���,-
Pork   ���
Mutton
Young Laskb m ...
11 1-2 to 12M-2C
���'���.'������      9c to' 10c
 ��������� 10c to 11
��������������������������� 121-2 to 13
Abdominal Breathing
Abdominal or --scientific breath-
is a revelation to sufferers from
nervous' 'ailments', as chronic cpli-
plaints'; of long standing yield to
it.' The mode' of applying it is
" something that -every man woman. her virtues.
circulation grows. Every home in
Canada should spend a dollar this
season on this great bargain.
As a  matter of fact few persons
reside on Eauy street.    l
A   vain woman  would     rather
hear her complexion praised lhan
���������������*�����������������������
and child should be taught to practice   daily.
Exercise as follows;   Inhale thro
the nose a   full deep breath, thrusting out and completely filling ^he
-V 15e to ISc' abuomen.   This should" occupy five
22c   seconds.   Now, by contracting the
- -  itfc ; abdomen, force the air into the up
:..... j[oct o U< per chest and hold it there twenty
������'18c  to  20c :��*S"Conds,  throwing  the    shoulders
��� ������������ 18 to i��c -! well ,ba,ck; '.lastly (fexihail-e   s^owly
12c to 20'   I'ha'a should occupy not less  than
15c toStO-.   jfive seconds.   Repeat this exercise
Love may not make the world go
round; but it,makes a   lotj of men
��0 broke. ^
Being married to a strenuous wo
man prevents a man from living
the simple life.
""Pedestrian���"Hey \ You just miss
ed me by an inch 1"
Cha,uffeur���"Be pajtiein^ I'm1
coming back directly 1"        v     ''
Having purchased the business of Mr,
W. Lyle, I am prepared to give the
best of satisfaction as to prices and
comfortable rigs. Stables open day
night to do business.
We solicit your patronge.
& p. Mckenzie, PROps.
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But I would likely be admit- y������������������' ^ A" B,. D. pastor.  |.ted by the maid to whom I had tried     Abbotsford, 11 a.m. and-7:30 p.m.  to   sell   the   face   powder,   and   'It'   At Musselwaite SchoorHouse--  Wouldn't do to play two.vntB^^r^y^^^]^^^ Sunday  same audience.    I  went to my. room,  at  3pm---"     7 - ���������'��������� '  where I kept, various' makeup  mate-     q������������������^1  "  "r-L-t-���������  ��������� .���������''���������.���������   ,  rials.and  put'on a different suit of.    Sunday echo^.^very Sunday at  clothes-,and a full.beard and mustache  " *?'f1'  1     BvInHn I ��������� F,ro~h������������������#.    *  and spectacles.   Thiw arrayed.!I went, ^f-\HunPngdon. School House-  I ',    ;-T;>' ?i     <fe ' ���������  f   ' 3-to;the house In question, rnnk trieVront?Si(r>r,cfe,^t-,'every alternate Sunday  | A, De^ectiYe,.5olyje,d the Mys-  t.    " iery oif His"Bein'tf There  I  Copyright "by American- Press Abbo-  ��������� citron, 19H.  door bell and   was" admitted  by ;the  at 3 ;P������inV  <r   ...,���������;.*    -.,,..{ .:.. ���������.--. ,..,-.        $  Bame maid, as before.   I told her that  S'.' S.-^yery^Sundayat 2;30 p.m.  d)!fl4^b=r^.>h-~'-~-������v-.^ ���������<���������*, .^'..J L.^������. ������5U..^^=!C^ ^ ;   -^re-^u  -..������������������^,���������^ll   ���������..IJ  must see the master .of the hoiuBe ���������'  Upper Sumas, lHay' 29; and every  about the census, and she showed me   ulternate Sunday at, 3 p-;m.  Into'the front parlor  and  wept  np;     0. E.i Wednesday at 8p.m.  stairs.,   ..,,.-...   .,..,       ,       ���������";,   ���������'   "���������.��������� '.Sunday Schbpi at;3 .p.m. ���������...-,  ������  In a .few; minutes gn .elderly ^entl*'.    Sunday SchooL^very Sundav at  man  came down.    There  was some-,'    Presbvterlan   rhSih   iil        y  thing about him I didn't like"at'ilL  A1J'r Church-liev.  j.   G.  He had the craftiest face and eye on.  him of any man J ever saw.   I had a  :ju . ���������      i:  J Mcelroy & Co.  When 1 (Irst catered upon the detective business/being inexperienced,  1 found (it djqioult. to get a position,  niuTwuVn I got' one I couldn't keep it.  1 hud been tried by one or two agen-  -cjes,, ,bqt,',ljad;b.qe3ai-'out>yitted by. the  .-parties I;f.bad been sentto outwit, and    ,���������. ���������UJ  ��������������������������� , C������Cl DttW.    , uaa a  after one of my failures found myseli ' blank book in' my "hand' and. opening'  with .'no: employment and- not a cenl   It preparatory.to-taking down replies  In my pocket. , asked him such questions as are usual-  1 was walking disconsolately along ly asked by census gatherers. I learn-  an avenue occupied solely by dwellings) ed that his name was Laurence Gira'rd  when 1 saw a negro man ahead of ma   that  he  lived  in  the  house  with   his  ,^Ut^1.?^;-?)Jr?^c.k--.He?eeined- nWt' >wh0 wuuld com������ of age in a      *������>y.   uommumon,  to be talldug to. himself In.a low. tone,' few days, and'that  he and she ' were ^SnndWa'^W fi  and   I  came .up,.behind   him   without   the-only  persons  living  there except  ^days.each month.  making any  irdlse." indeed,  my foot-   the  servants,   whose   names   I   took     Catechising and S. S. at 2:30p.m  ftlenmore, 11 ,a.m.   : . .        '  Mt.. Lehman, -2 ;30- p.m.  Pine Grove, 8 p.m.  ST.   MATTHEWS   (Anglican)  Rev.-A. E. Bruce, Vicar.  Services n:oo a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  Holy,   Communion,   1st   and  3rd  ..J,  LIQUORS,   WINES  AND   CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  H Cor. Essendene Ave. and Oscar St.,  CITY  fails couldn't very-well be- heard be- - dowD with pretended care  cause the day was-wet and I, wore Having asked all .the questions I  rubbers Wa king for-a short distance dared. I shut.up my book and depart-  behind him. I beard him say. "When ed. One thing i; had.decided on-that  .1 get to the steps'going down into the I wouldn't trust" that man-to reim-  basement- I-'ll,call^Look but!' so's you burse me forany information I might "  can bn.ee yourself.  ..                     ��������� ?ive bim wlth?m ^^   .^. y ^ .^^ ^_  __-  Choir practice, Wednesday at 8  .BUSINESS   DIRECTORY   OF  abbotsford: f  ���������i.  As soon as I. heard this I surinised, descending the steps a man turned to  that somebody was in the box.   There   enter at-the basement door  seemed ' to 'me bui* one reason for any  one-to-be-tbils'ihcased/>nd that wa^  either to break on evade the law. .Soma  person,.was.golng.to.effect an 'entrance  somewhere in. order, to; be - concealed  ztssus  ������Wii  m  iHf'  ������  i*';'^?  '?jSft-I '���������  '$$b  $$m  -rv  <-'--1.wS\  ������i ,  -*"/-  kim ���������>  '^  , ''fy"rnk  ���������':s'3b  (l'l     t^  , r'  f o'.m  -  'Do you live here?" I. asked:  "Yes. sir; I'm the butler." .  "I'm taking the census.    Let me see  if I have'.voiir name." ���������     '     '  <    .i   v;"��������� i7,'- ~'~'������������������>���������"-." -^���������-^"--w      i   looked in'the record 'I  had taken    ."'."��������� "ltv'ai.JI  LuTd   a^Vl   f-   ���������rab?-0,'P������'',,i"'tJ   ma  f������"Dd "> m.n-,-n.me!!BlSiS-PBH>ST6&a-  My-detectn-e  instincts   further   oative.    I asked  him what-kind'of a" Cr^eVy--   ��������� ���������'  .Aufchier Bros.  3.. Brooke.  . McPhee & Kerr.  Auctioneers���������  X'W. McCallum  i   i  lice.  -.. i  ABBOTSFORD, B. C  told me that if Hhe'-person ,n the'box   man Mb  maBter-iaa-andf VecW an-" ?   J'- BateS>  *"****.  -    were gomg to rob:he would be.taken .: evasive reply.,-: But.rwben 1 mentioned Hardware and Furniture:  to a.mercantile, building..  If he were   his.master's niece-he. waWd up a bit ' H. - Alans on.'  going to. escape ..tho. police  he  would      "isiiss Edit bis a loVely sirI "he said  Sipped as ^!# W  Stat,������D   aDd      "* ������������������ be lonely Z her: heet  -      iy���������d, a; ve g^/ ...-:-��������� toS with an old man" I remarked      -  . , JhlS.i?S< Sas myavorIte ^W- -1      The man "made no reply To this  but  knew-that ^ waa>Weh easier to ap-^here wks evidence of soLtbing pass  to Others thnn   tn bn    nVar  nl������h It on/1    to others than*1 to ge't'a.way'vvlth "it and  Butchers���������  '.AM/King.'  Livery. Stable���������  J. B. Geary,.Proprietor.  ..Baker and,Confectioner   ..When 1 left him [ had.made \ip:my/^L���������'tefgaeef ^  taamamnBMmmBtn  Strictly first-class in every- respect.   The bar is  stocked with the best of wines, liquor and cigars,  RATES,  $1.50 ToS$2.00  PER  DAY  PECKHAM & HUTTON  ft^B~M    ������������������  "'      ���������!���������  c   PROPRIETORS  turn it Into Viash.  V-'���������������������������"���������-    '-      : u-    <:���������     -/���������'""' ,?lt U1-1U l- ua������ maqe up my       -- ������������e������������c.  ',.  .Suddenly i*hfl.-:faV*A>  pdrter ��������� turned,- ^^    L1^ WaS 7  myStery cou'   RE&TAURAN.T^     .  wheeling the box���������������into the basement   ������eCffh W,tI' ,the Prem1^-    I,shifted      Conrad.Andersen.  doqr.of a,handsome dwelling  house.   SLIT7   f^ /   hid,nsr   burff,ar>   S^^kers-  1  had-purposely dropped behind. hint.-.tb?"?b;.<.-.-���������".d������ *��������� ??f��������� ������������V ������ther.    T '���������,   M. Hauser.    -       ���������  that'in case be "stopped  I  would not "^'1        '7^   } l "pntrollable de-.  Board Vf Trade- " '  feel   oblteed' to'walk  naat  himi     R������.^S^.to;fja>s tlle ������'Khtln the bouse/and . 0f Trade~  , feel  obliged' to'walk  past him'.    He-  u f*.      ������������������  eased the truck down three steps u* fff ^n������t Jiappened-that is. if any-  der the stoop, and just as he reached- ?lng. dld haP������en- '*** I despaired of  the basement door it wn������ nr.P,W hv n   framiDff any plan  that would enable'  me to do so.    Then 1 considered" the  ��������� the basement door it was opened by a  maid.  "Aha!" I'said to myself. "This Is a  servant's..scheme^ There are more  burglaries committed through the connivance of servants ,than any other  way." There  is a', man" in  that  bor,  J. W. McCallum,. Secretary.  Blacksmith���������/,  J.McMenemy.,  Barber and Pool Room���������  Jos.' Sanderson.  <3L Isenor.  Tobacco''and Novelties   Eye'ghi Specalist  Manufacturing Optician  Does the Finest Optical  Work.  Medical men and others pay tribute to his skill.  TB3 Granvill'4 St. Vancouver.  WANTED TO.PURCHASE  Forty .acres   improved   farm   in  the Fraser Valley, with or without  house and buildings, convenient to  station or landing.   Apply     to J.  H.   Smith,. Straiton,  B.   C..      for.  full   particulars,   first  letter.       ���������>  expediency of breaking in.    As soon  as I was convinced,that every one in  the   house escept  the  person  in  the  box was.asleep I went into the alley.   '^u"^nd '  at the rear and found that by climb- . D '.'       Means-    .  Who when every one in the house is   ing oven a hIgh fen?e ] could'get into ������mt0I"~  asleep will-get out-of it and carry off   the'ba(*.yard of the house in question."' VA- Swift-  what .valuables he can find,    We shall      Golng to mf room> l took a burglar's SADDLBKY  and- KaRDWARE-  see whethei:v|ie.will or.-not.'.'    .     .           jimmy,  some  skeleton-=keys  and  an ���������' B: J". Gernaey 1 ���������' '  It was justJb'cfore'dark that the box   electric   hand   lamP������   and.  about   H MERCHANT  tatthp  was   wheeled Mnto "the   house.    The   ������'cl������ck went back to the house, con- T .���������  r    ^         1IjUK'  hour fitted my theory'exactly.   A per-   cealinS myself in the back yard..  Half 0,'       ���������    ���������       -"���������  son  would0not-wish  to remain shut   an hour after 1 saw the last light turn- ������L-RvEYORS  up in such nncomfertable quarters any   ed out-    ' examined a rear, basement Henderson" and  Taylor,  longer   than   "necessary.     Even   as  it   window���������not in the hail where the box CONNTRACTOR  & BQlLr-R���������  -   was  it  would'1 be necessary' for him   was���������and.   finding  that  I  could  take a. Everett  ' to   stay   where   he   was   for   several   out a  nane of SIass and unlock the ���������'   ���������         ,  hours.,. I waited till-I saw the negro   window, 1 did so.   After passing inside ua���������.������na.'������ Son.  go  away ,with .his   truck,- then   cast   and listening I sprung my electric light CARRIAGE   PAINTER���������    ���������''  about for an excuse to visit the house   and found myself in the kitchen.   Go-' Geo. 2feigler  with, a view to locating the position   ImJ  through a  door ha to  the  hall,   I '  located the box from memory.    But I  didn't go near It    1 sat down in the  of the box.. An advertisement distributer had left some handbills puffing a face powder on the stoops along  the street:   Gathering a few of them,      ���������       t    ...iUUU>.  ^  nuuuu.    ������������������ ...*v,.^t^ ���������*, ,w luc mum mc gin  I went,to the, basement, door of the Then I heard a screw turning.    After    was confined in.   She knew of his pro-  house I  was .interested In  and  rang- several such raspings I beard:a board    4r""A -** *'���������J   ���������--"  kitchen and waited.  An   hour   passed   without  a  sound.  or oourse\ 1 sympatnizea wicn ais w  ject arid offered to help him. He had  been informed as to the room the girl  CANADA'S  Greatest Nurseries  Want   a   Representative      for  MISSION CITY,  B. C.  and surrounding district  ���������The reliability, healthy condition,  of our stock as well as tru^ness 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  r^- SSpring 19U.  *^Write  for   full particulars.  V:^ST0NE -'& WELLINGTON'  The Fcnthill Nurseries.  TQS'ONTO,  'ft������ij-^;���������.   .- ^tafi0-  mderson  (Associate   Members Can.   Soc. C. E.)  Civil Engineers'  R. A. HENDERSON  B. G. LAND   SURVEYOR-  Offiec, next P.O.     ���������      P.O.Box 11  HARRON BROS.  Embalmers and Funeral Directors  Vancouver, Office  and chapel   1934 Granville* St.,    Plione '3486-  j^orxA Vancouver, utnee and  catapel������������������U6 2skd st. Phone 134  All roads lead to Abbotsford, success  and happiness.    J;  That is a fine map that Abbotsford is on. In fact it is the  only map, but "all roads lead from  Abbotsford, if you don't believe it  gee; tb������������������ Ho^a ol ^dg gnyelo^  the bell. The maid who had let in the ���������probably from the top of the bos-  porter' answered the summons, first laid gently on the floor. There were  lighting a gas jet In the basement. more screw turnings; then after anoth-  As soon as she opened' the door I er board was removed 1 beard sounds  saw the box standing in a corner In indicating that some one was getting  the hall where the darky had left it. out of the box. In a few minutes more  The top was. still on it The maid footsteps Indicated a person coming  was a very nice looking girl, not one stealthily toward the kitchen door.  ..to be suspected of admitting a bur- Drawing a revolver I always carried,  glar to the bouse. . I asked her if I I pressed the key of my electric light  could sell her some face powder, but. and it fell full on a man's face,  at the same time, she saw me looking He was nothing like a burglar, but  at the .box and,shut the door in my a well dressed young man about twen  face.  ;, But since l-'had seen what I wished  to see this treatment didn't trouble  me. I had;very little doubt that t  had discovered an incipient robbery.  I was not .doubtful as to, the means  of preventing it.   What interested me  jected attempt \and was" waiting for  him. I followed'him upstairs stealthily to the room he sought, and when  we reached it he put his band on the  knob to open it.   He failed to do so.  Turning to me with'despair'.on his  face, he whispered:  "It's locked."    .  "Let me try."'I said. .and. getting  out my skeleton keys. I opened the  door.,..  Giving place to him, my eyes were  good enough to see that he was joined  by a woman.   Without a word all three  very much startled. of us passed down: t^e staircase, but  !," 1 said. and. taking found every..'door,.Iptffce^VandJtbe keys  Hon  ichiit *-u~ /*���������������..        removed.;   I led theMc^wsT;to the win-  dow by which I had entered, and, passing out. we two men helped the girl  over the fence. From the alley we  entered a thoroughfare which at that  hour was deserted.'-   I was about to  ty-one.    He was  "Come In here  him into the kitchen, I shut the door.  "Tell me what this means."-        ; ",  "First tell me who youHare," he' re  plied. :    V-i;  -  l - . I told him of my accidental discov  was how to turn that prevention to   ery of  hls  entrance into  the  house "UU1   w������������ uBSWtea.:   i  was anout to  my own account.    If I went to the   Then be unfolded a diabolical plot of leave them when .the young man said:  owner of, the premises and told him   the master of the house to:makeaway "Come with us to a clergyman.   We  that there/was a burglar concealed In   with his niece, who, at eighteen, would need':yon to witness our marriage."  his basement he would call the police.   be ln  posaeS3iou of an' Immense ;for- That'was my start 'I didn't prevent  the -burglar,  would "be arrested  and   tune.   The voung man wns ner-lo.^h a burglary of money; but 1 effected an  very. likely the owner would give me   He. was ignorant, of  what plan her abduction of a girl.    The young man  $5 for haying furnished him the infor-   uncle wouJd adopt to remoye her aM - declared that without my assistance his  matlon.   I was after,a larger reward      get her property, to which he was next attempt would have been,futile;.   The  It seemed to-me that I,would better   m line of inheritance, but the servants day after.their marriage the wife fell  find out something concerning the peo-   had told bIm that the young lady was heir to a million, and they made me  pie who lived in the house.   It was a   kept a prLsoner,    The maid and ^ a han^ome present  with permission  handsome  stone   front dwelling  and   outler were in the lovers' secret, which to call on them  whenever I needed  Jsguld^onlj  fee '}?^W?d  ty   w������altU7   wsuc to raifflflBB the ?IrL                  lunds.  *                                                                                                                                                              i .���������������������������','  J*-  %  im four  THti ABBOTSFORD POSt,      ABBOTSflORb, B. C.  SOCIAL AND PERSONAL  Mrs. Len McPhee  has  returned  home  from  Bellingham.  Mr. L. M. McPhee was at ,Vancou  ver this week on business.  '  -     ��������� _.__0'-~-   -.-      ..  Reports of (marriage' and giving    in .marriage iul  the  air,' and vlf Lb, .lSSSSSrTr-~r^iTrzT!er-   r���������������������������.������������������r-������  a   race   between  . ja,  woll-knowfc  ^gjo'S/TB^M PRESERVE '"���������',  hotel managqr and- a ..dispenser of ���������. ��������� >..    ,. ' ������������������   UNBEATOW   RECORD  the  joyful nay tent ton     win ���������  When in .Abbotsford call at, ���������: ^ ������������������������������������ ���������-:���������*;���������:���������'>  THE  BAKERY  and take home some home made Candy, Cakes and;  , '' " "       Pastry of all kinds.'       ;      ;/   ,  Abbotsford, Bakery ALBERT  LEE, prop.;  Urn  canvass Mac.  Mr. Jack Vanetta returned from  .Kamloops   on  Saturday laat.  ., .(From Praser Valley Record)  On Saturday .last'the., football  team Journeyed to Hope ,tof return  liica- v.bi. on Thankogiv.ng Day  . Although, the Mission icam . was  very weak owing to .the inability of  Miss'Maggie Nelson'Bpent a   few 8cveral of  the  members  10   niAuf'  days  .with .friends ..in  Vancouver the trip and could muster only nine  this   week.                           *.      ��������� men, two-.'substitute's were  kindly-   o        .. found to complete the eleven,  and  Mr.  B.  J.  Gernaey .was   at jthe after ' a   most even and sportman-  Royal .City on Thursday on busk' like game the.result-was  a   draw  ness  and pleasure. .'-:;,���������        ' of two goals each.  _'_l.(i_i-���������,       .   - The Hope team began the, scor-  Mr. W. L. Hutton was  at , the ing about seven minutes from, the  coaBt this week.  When a   young man is  walking  . with a   gril and "meets a minister  in front of a   church,'��������� it? is his'cue.  to btart his thought generator.  MATSQUI  COUNCIL  (Continued Prom Page One.)  bwui-L'^uc AclamB evened matters  up from a corner kick ..perfectly  plased b,y Catchpole shortly before  ihe interval. ������  ." Hope again scored in the', secpnd  half and would have puc on several other goals but ion the splenica goai-ketping of Percy Cox/A-  liout five minutes from the'end D.  j^amonv   bcoi'tra   ior   M^s.on and  pair-the Jtficholsonb ridge  on  the- , ������nu., equalized matters,  township  road  at  a   cost   not   to , ', .The cieience of both teams     was  exceed $50.00. flXl'.V'"; ^r 'etronger than  iha  aaack  aiw  i.   That  the   clerk" write" J. -D.   :ol. jnlhil-l0ii'R. shannon and catch-  Taylor, M. P. asking .assitauice for   p0ie nearly always had their  op-  tne Harris road also calling^ attoa-'   p0nen'tsb  eaten.  . tion to the inadequacy, of'uae, cat-       owingi'to  the  presence  ,-f   subtle'' gurads now in use <;on(railways.   ^^3.^ the forward line, it v as  5   That Councillor Aish be author    ^p^^ie to carry out much com-  ized to repair the approach!, to the   b;n;al.ion ^na ao individual play was  Matsqui fridge with the -Smith road   ^ resultt   In this Lamonc always  0   .That   Councillor ,:Cruickshv.ank ' BU0^d'.up>.eil' buc owing to'his re  be. authorized to spend. $.25.00^n   plUatio,n he; was :throughout     the'  game closeiy markedb y two men  but even then he nearly always  11'i.v.ked them.  , The Hope team'tendered tlw. Mis  3ioi\ boys a   banquet at the  close    . uf the game and all too soon came  and clerk be authorized' to--renew, tiie stxme for departure.   After fre-  the   amount  of".-the ,.T,. .emporary    querit vociferous assertions on  the   amount   of the    -Temporary:  the Downes road 'and, repair '.the  road leading"to the -N.W. ,H'S.' 24  ���������j. j.b aL a cost not to exceed.$3&.(*P  7 That .a cheque.for $4000 be' ..#  ,sued in favor of the Canadian Bank  Lank of Commerce'and the reeve  W. J. Addock, Vancouver.       ,_���������  R. M. 3m.i.h, Vancouver.  W. 'Beard, Bellingham.  ���������  T.   Abbott,   Aldorgrove'.  , Abbatflferd  Hotel.  F. Lough, Vancouver.   ,  ���������8    Warn,1 'Vancouver,'  Ard L. Huquet, Vancouver  J. Til. L. Downes, Matsford.  S. G. Halme, Vancouver.'  W. J. Montgomery, Vancouver,  John L. Harvey, Vancouver.'  Chad  Muldoon,  Vancouver.    <  D. ,C. Lane, Vancouver  Lillian Poster,   Vancouver.  Mrs. ,W. CuthbertBon, "Vancouver  C. Hood,  Vancouver. -  J. .A.-Burnes, Vancouver.  >������'rc*ci   Lancaster,   Matsqai.  R. .Hines, Wichita Falls..  Chas Dixon,'Seattle.  J. K. McRae.   Seattle.  A.  Q. Lowyer, Vancouver.  u.   u.aw.iey, .Vancouver., ,-  W. H. Cuthbertsbn, Dayton. 0.  J.  M.  Hatt, .Vancouver.'  C. H. Parker, Vancouver.  Alex  DeWitt,  Portland.  W. Buker, Pine Grove.  D. Chishot,  Vancouver.  M. S. Matthews, Vancouver.,' *  ��������������������������� W. B. Barris, Vancouver.  E. B.  McKay,  Victoria.      .  ."���������_.  R. M. Blair, Vancouver.  C. B. Chapman, Eburne .     .  J.oe ,Shea, City.., .   . , ���������  J.  Fitzsimmons, Spokane.  John  Whytei  Bowen  IslancL  J. H; Dawson, Vancouveri;   ��������� .  P. Barraclough,. Vancouver.   >  Just a few words on '���������'������������������>,  ��������� Air-Tight Heaters  lb Inch  ������������������������������������ $2.35    ', 22  Inch   ���������-���������-  $2.83  21 Inch   $2.65 23 Inch   $3.15 l\ inch  ���������' There are   only sixty of these in stock   Do you want one?  Perhaps  a few prices on windows might interest you?  . ]2x2-k 4 Light Window    $1.60  24x24   2 Liglv.  W nd:>\v - ���������-   ���������  &\Vo   ?  14x28, 4 Light-Window    $1.33  *!:i2S, 2 Lighi  Window  ���������-������������������������������������$ 1.85  24x30, 2 Light W'ndow       $1.H5  28x28, 2 Light 'Wndow     .ji2.15  30x30,'2 Light Window  --,���������  frl.to  H. ALANSON  $3.50  ������/���������  PAINTEH  Geo. Zeigler  Carriage, House  and Sign Painter  "Call and get prices.  ���������  All work guaranteed  ' Abbotsford   , ,������, . -       B.' C-  Painting, Sign Writing  ���������<- .General repair work  J. E. PARTON  Abbotsford        -      ,B. C  Good Storage Room for  Furniture.  J  WATCH ABBOTSFORD GROW  ABBOTSFORD ,  'eed & Grain Store  LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.  ;-(Section 42)  NOTICE^ !is  hereby:/given, that,  on  the first day of...December next, application will be made to the Superintendent-of .Provincial  Police .for renewal  ^  .   of the hotel license to sell liquor by  Jieir  part' that  we   were   rattling . retaU in the hotel kuown as the Corn-  Loan due  and  payable   . in-     six.   g00d iello\vs we retaliated in ;.k,.  xrvztfhs.   . > ���������   .  : . ��������� /   measure'and are now looking- for-  The council adjou n:d jo meet on ,Aavd to their next visit, probably  December i!nd in the (municipal ha&l in quest of the Haddad cup, vhen  at 10 o'clock.      ...     ���������  ",   ' k..itIJJ   it te hoped .to give the Hope toys  . 0 ���������       ' .   the time of their lives.���������Com.  SUMAS   COUNCIL -     '   *:  :0---  (Continued From Page Oner I    .MARRIED   AT .WESTMINS rER-  ^r^ v^>^ v^^v^^v^^v^v^ ^        ^From Eraser Valley Record)  Kenny be allowed;$150 to i.grad^ ^ pred ,Miller 'and Miss Munro  the <east side .of the Kenny poadj jaughLer of Mr. and Mrs. George  for-,50 rods and to. have-100 yards.. Munro.of this'town, .were married  of grarvel. -    , \ at New' Westminster on Tuesday  ' The .following bills, were paased* -..November 7th, Rev; A. Dunn, per-  lor payment; '    '.-.���������'        ���������.forming the ceremony. .,-      ���������  Q  A   Samson; mad work, $5; .G/ "' ��������� Mr. J.-Munro otKwion, brother ^ ^    ^ the,Superintend.  C. tony, rqaj work $125,, ;A. Gil-   of Lhe. bride ���������*W������������������������������   ant of Provincial Police for renewal of  lis, road.: w.1, S108,5,W.;.Porte:,   J^^^^pi^^S.  road work SS.25,; P. Munro������e, roaT-   me.wiy. marrieea cuuP  work' $155;   D.   A.' Siraico'n,   road- of matrimony.     '  ������������������   After   a  'short > honeymoon   tup  the newly married couple will reside in Victoria where Mr. Miller  -carries on' the business ofl contract  Edgar Chamberlain  ABBOTSFORD, b".'C.'  * . -       \ ��������� 1  Uonractor and Builder  wo^:k  $22.50;,.H, D,   Str^ton,road:  work $-28.80; E. Weinste..n, .   road  work HJ12.5.Q j; F, ArcJher,/'roadi work  !jil0.8j);?G. Pa4dQAlfc road'.work $18.38>.  Gf- iPaddock. rqad w^l-k  $18.30';  A.  Paddock (r.pad. war^.  $15.80;   Rees  T^pm'fts'ppw.dejc $4^95; F. Ul/.Brown.  road .'.work $8.50 i" J. McCrea road-  $'ib.6o;_ A:.. S. Farr'ner road work $38  .75; A." J,. XtAthr 0p . road work 7.50 4  W. X... Bla.tchii'a-d road work,$110;. ���������  I. i>y",.'s.te.war\-, com. road   Ujc' 0.50'  ,<?;.(&. TarT/ood salary  and guua--_  Tjies $5Wj.  Con'aacL.ior following work wa*>  )Ci.'.;'o C. A. Lamson; To clear   the= ���������  fcrush .on the, Mahrer road 20 Jeet, ���������  ���������wide  s.tumpf)d   20   feet   wide- and  ���������  graded 20 i.cet wide.   Council     to ������������������  xuiMiiah lumber for culyerts,rto be������; ���������  : hauled and put in by C. A. Lyani-  ,son at his own expense. :r, , ���������  ^traito^-McKenzie that ���������.hejroa.d  tax culiecied trom  -he V.. V. .m V.  for (September   $138   De.'.epot-   o,n;-'|  oamuo. ^ounqain road for repair^,   j  The. clerk was, instructed, to  notify \W. C. ;Bp,wman, to .remove  ���������has' lence oil kahrer road in .ten  days ,or pathimaster will; reoaove,  isaffie ;at his expense. ���������        '  Margarot-Isn't it -strange?  Katherine���������Wiiat?  Margaret-That. many a woman.  who has bleached her hair wants-  to keep it dark.  mercial Hotel,  situate at Abbotsford,  in the Provinceof British Columbia.  Dated this 26th day of September,  191L  JAMES McELROY &Co. -  Read the new, ads.'in this issue and  be happy.  :���������-_ o-   LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  (Section  42).    .  NOTICE is hereby������given that, on the  first day of December, next, application will be made, to the ��������� Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of  the hotel license to sell liquor by retail, in the hotel known as the Abbots,  ford Hotel, situate at Abbotsford,' B., C.  in the'Province'iof British-Columbia..'  Dated this 6tfi day of October,..������911.  HARRY FREEMAN. 'Applicant  Don't forgeU  WHEAT  $2.00  ,   A sack  We buy Poultry  J. J. SPARROW, prop.  Jobbing Brickwork  Chimneys a specialty.  Orders left at the office of  C. A. Sumner & Co.^ will re-  cieve prompt attention.  ?ing..  The bride  and groom   are  both  well known in .'Mission City      and  ���������.their many friends will wish wish  Uhem  Long   life   and   prosperity. ���������  HOTEL ARRIVALS  LIQUOR   ACT,   1910.  (Section '42.)  />-  Csmmsrrtarl.  "EL Nelson,City  "C. McLeod, Toronto.  .J. .Wilkes, Westminster.  .J. McKinlcy, Westminster  W. E. Parrott, Vancouver,  '.n. P. Beyson, Westminster  (C.   Wiltshire, -.Vancouver.^  vE.   Provost, ���������Westminster'  ,7ohn Carr, Spokane,  j. Bennett,'Spokane.  B.^Li Smith, Victoria.  Jb*m .Williamstcibh, Spokane  Philips .DarangeJ Spokane;  Louis   Izza,  North  Vancouver  W. Q. 'Gamble, M'atequi.  3. Shannon, Cloverdale.  .j. C. Reilly, Vancouver,  Cr. H, Kerr, Hope..        ���������  JJ��������� Mitchell, Mission^  JI. .H'. McCormac, Vancouver.  M. ,V;  Coat'es,  Bradner.  D.M. Kenny, Chicago.  Geo  .Berne.au, Westminster.  .J. J^artio, .Vancouver.  ^yVj Carlton, '.Vancbwe^  NOTICE is bireby given that on the  first day of December next, application will to made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of  the hotel license to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Huntingdon Hotel, Situate at Huntingdon,  B. C, in the Province, of British Col-'  unibia. ��������� ! ���������.  'Dated thio 3rd of October, 1911.  f. SAM GILES,  ��������� -;���������..���������:.- -Applicant.  For the Residence,  Store or Office.  ectric Power  For   Factories and  Industrial Plants  <���������.  !  -V  missi6n city, b:g������  This hotel makes a specialty of  hcme-like comfort* for Commercial  Travellers. Comfortable sitting-  room and   best- of hotel service  'Cuisihe'Uhexcelled.  '    -' ,  Convenience      Comfort     Economy  Attention will be given to all applications lor service'from ourlineg.  Address all enquiries to ...  Light and Power Department  ���������   Holden Block, Vancouver.-    ���������  -4

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