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 \  4roR,fA,-/8,G-:  W..��i*~*f  :V'  Vol. If., No. .1.  ABBOTSFORD,.B. C.,,FRIDAY, NOVEMBER. 11, 1910.  <&fo>S  .00 PER YEAR  *:-._  '.-    LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  /'(Section   42.)  \ . NOTICE ���" is ; hereby   given   that,  , oh the first "day of'.December next,  app'Ik-ution'wiX be 'made  to   the  Superintendent -of .Provincial,,Police for renewal of the Hotel   ..'licence to"Hell liquor by retail in the  hotel known as the Huntingdon Ho  tel, situate at  Huntingdon, B.  C.  in the Province of Brlti h Columbia  Dated this 12th Day of October  1P10.  PHILIP   MCDONALD.  Appficant.  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  (Section   42.)  NOTI'CE   is   hereby   given (that,  on the first day of December next,'  j^pplidation will  he   made  to .the  Superintendent  of Provincial', Police for renewal of the hotel     licence to sell liquor by retail in the  hotel known as the Abbotsford Hotel,  situate ,at  Atbbotsford,  B.   C.  ia the Province of Britlm Columbia  Dated this 12th Day of October  1910.  HARRY   FREEMAN.  ��� Applicant.  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.   ���  (Section  42.)    ,  NOTICE' is   hereby   given tthat,  on the first day of December next",  application  will  be   made . to - the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for "renewal'of the-hotel ' licence to sell liquor by retail in the  hotel known as the.Commercial Hotel, situate "at Abbotsford,  B.   C.  In the Province of Brit J h Columbia  Dated this 12th Day of October  1010.  JAME3 Mcelroy & Co.  Applicant.  GUY FAWKES' DANCE  On Fr:day "evening of last week  November -ftli,  the   members    ' of  ]L.   O., L.   No. 1867  entertained   a  I number of their friends at a dance  .in,the. Maple Leaf Hall. There  were about sixty couplus present  who'-'enjoyed .the excellent mutfic  'rendered 'by the,"'-Bar-dwell orchestra fi-diu'.'Bc'liingham."-It was fine  dfinc'ng miiMLc.-aiul the.')vay sonic  of the'guests of' I lio;.�� veiling danced to that'music would'have made  you 'believe that the good,old days  oi Guy Pawlccs hud  returned.  Lunch was served, 'ind dancing  kept up t 1! the wee' tmia' hours o'  morn, when al lwent home wishing  that tho next anniversay ,waB  only  a   short  time  away.  LODGE NEWS  Tho next, meeting of the Scarlet  Chapter will be held on Monday  November 14th.v  The next meeting for the election of officers in L. 0< L. No.  1867, will be held on the third Monday oh December. A large attendance is expected.  Bro. E. E. -Mathias of 1867 is a-  bout to leave Abbotsford for the  sunny Alberta. He has been here a-  bout four, years and during that  time he; has shown himself to be a  good Orangeman, being ^raised to  the highest office the order here  can bestow on, him���that of W. JVL  The-members will'be. sorry; to lo3e  him." The special meeting on Monday is to say farewell to Bro.Math-  ���as. A large attendance.is re-  'qucsted.  It is probable that a presentation will be a marked feature of  the special meeting on Monday evening.���Contributed.  We don't sell real estate  snaps  but  we se  We have  $4.00 shoes for $2.25  Regular ��� $2. for $1.  While they las  THE   PIONEER  STORE  BOARD  OP   TRADE   MEETING.  ^     '..-_���__.   -     ���>���  The regular meet-'ng of the board  of Trade was held oh Mondiiy even  ing, November  7th,  with,a   very  fair attendance.  Two namss wei"- proposed for  membership, namely A.. Cad we 11  W. Petapiece, and duly elected.  A communication, was     received  from tho B. C. Safety PowUar Co.,  ie the Icc'iiiou of their   "proposed  works.    After some discussion the  matter was referred lo the.'Suma&  conceit he sile being 'n 'h 4t municipality, and asking that the town-,  sit.o be properly protected. ',  ' R-.-port re the Fraser Valley Progressive Association was read The  Communication received, and filed.  Mr. II. Al'inson was 'appointed .as  delegate to the meeting of the Fra  ser Valley. Progressive Association  meeting to-be, held on December 9  The committee appointed to inquire, aa to the- advisability of in-,  corporating the town, handed      in  the following report.   .    '    ���  We the undersigned committee ap  pointed to take up the matter of  incorporation of Abbotsford town-  site beg leave to make the folio w-  'ng report;  After considering the' matter  from many points we. recommend  that the residents of' Abbotsford  and surrounding district-should un  dertake- tq incorporate, the following area by taking in one-half mile  *-*&!.ofj':the"townGite,"one-half mile  nc.rth of the townsite, and one mile  west and one mile south of the  iownsite, making an area of two  miles square and would comprise  2500 acres more or less, wh en ?.\  a conservative estimate would-be  assessable at $250,000, from .which  we would receive, sufficient revenue to thoroughly improve the  roads required to  serve  this dis-  MATSQ UI COUNCIL  trict.  We believe by securing this area  we could! borrow money sufficient  to bu;ld: good roads.around and  through our district. This would  attract settlers and increase land  value at once, and at ihe same time  increase, business and build up a  town.  Therq ia roon\ in the above area  to isupport a population of from  two to 'three,, thousand people This  improvement would draw as many  more close, to the boundary of the  said district.  We believe it does not require  any great foresight to see what  this means to every property owner and resident concerned.  And further we believe that by  the people all pulling together an"d  working earnestly in this matter  that this can be accomplished  Wo are 'satisfied 'that .it would  mean the making .of Abbotsford  one of the best townsitea in thediB  trict., all of which we respectfully submit.  (Signed) L. R. AUTIIIER.  H. ALANSON  The report was received and the  committe instructed to ��oliow out  the work they had started and to  i'v. port later.  A communication was receivca  from the railway commission received and filed.  A resolution va6 passed naming  next night of meeting as the nomination and election of officers-  first Monday in December.  The clerk was instructed to write  the B. C. E. R. asking that a light  be placed atthe crossing on Essen-  dena Avenue.  Thej r'egulan 'meeting of Matsqui  Council was(heild in the Municipal  hall on^NojV; 5, with the Reeve in  the chair! and all the Councillors  in attendance.  The miinutes    of   the    'previous  meeting were  read   and  adapted  with one slight alteration.  -�� Communications���From Rd. Emanuel statin's1 his property should  now bd (classed as real property.  Concurred in by Coun   Lundeber.g  Front A.i J. Hill, B.C.L.S., re,/plan  of deviation of Huntingdon road.  Referred to clerk.  From R. A. Henderson, B.C.L.S.,  re Clayburn���Straiton and the Har-'  ris road.  The clerk was instructed to request Mr. Henderson to do, what  survey work was necessary for reg  istering thesa'roads.  Thei reeeve' agreed to interview  Mr". Alverson re the widening of  the Harris road along his slough.  Feo'm! Local Option League asking for indorsation of proposed  a'm'eindmients to the Municipal  Clauses Act concerning the control  of Liquor Licences, License Comnvs  sioners, Police Commissioners and  matters of'immorality and moving  picture shows.  The, council indorsed these excepting the one dealing with picture 8ho.ws. , -  From, Thos. Andrew, and fifteeen  others .protesting.against .the ..closing of'the McCrimmon road.  The,' clerk 'jwias instructeed to inform! Mr.' Andrqwi why the council  could !not* grant the request.  'From Thos. Lehman asking permission! .to. erect electric poles on  the Mt. Lehman road, from the B.C.  E. Tl. R. to his house.  Permission was granted subject  to the! approval of the location of  sa'id (poles by the council and: an  agreement between the applicant  and the council for the use by the  public of the poles for bearing  otheil lines.  From, Coquitlam council re location of a 'stie for the.B. C��� University, Laid over.  From Av D. McDonald re taxes  on S.-.W.1-4 of S. E. 1-4 S:c. II..T..  13. Referred to Coun. Lundeberg.  From Thos. Goodchild re strip of  land on south side of S. W. 1-4 Sec.  13, Tp, 14.    The council agreed to  give a quit claim deed to the strip.  .From'   Registrar < County   Clerk  ^acknowledging the fyling of   the  Israel road bylaw.      Filed.  From secretary U. B. C. M. re con  vention to be held on Nov. 10. Filed  Fron\ council's solicitors re dee"3  of Alde'rgrove gravel pit. The  oouno.1 agreeoVto pay the balanc-:-  of t*ie purchase money, $200, on the  execution of the deed.  From' A. E. Gustofson re bridge  on Hallert road. Referred . to  Coun. Cruickshank.  From! president) Good Roads Association re proposed amendments  to thai Municipal Clauses Aet,  which blue association wished discussed at; it he convention of the  U.B.C.M.  From tho Clayburn Co. re the  Clayburn-Straiton road. Referred  to Coun. Cruickshank to report  at nexfc meeting* r  Front C. B. of C. acknowledging  deposit as follows; Municipal account $655.58;      school      account,  $886.50. F.led.  The tallowing bill were ordered j  paid. 1   ���  :  1 I   Si  E. White,sr., refund taxes being  MARRIED TO-DAY  Our popular young townsman,  Mr. M. L. McPhee left for Bellingham a few clays ago accompanied ���  bv Mr. W. Black, where he was to  be married to-day to Miss Jessie  Gray of Bellingham. -Miss Josie  Wilson will'be. bridesmaid and Mi  Black was, to be best man.  After enjoying a short honeymoon ��� the newly married couple  will return to. Abbotsford on Tuesday. A royal' reception awaits  them here.   .      ��� '  PROPERTY NOT  SOLD  We-' are in receipt of a communication from Dr. T. A. Swift, in '  which he. stat.es this paper was in  error last week, when it.stated tiie  property of- Mr. E. Barret and T.  A. Swift on upper Sumas road had  been sold to Mrs. WiJson of Vancouver for $1G0U. The property is  still listed by the two onwers mentioned above.  Don't you want lo buy some dolls  fort he little ones?   Come to    the    ���  Maple Leaf Hall on December 1st.  the difference between W. L. tax  and R. P.tax, $12.65.  - Road work *Ward 2.���C. W. King,  $33.75 ;W. 'McCormick,   $21.25.;   W.  J. Marshy $100; Rodney Marsh, $F ���  W. J. Mathers,..'$1000.  Rd.  Wcnlfenden, B, C.  Gazette,$9;  E. A. Wilmoit, dyking assessment,  $105.75;' C.  A.  S.   Sep,  and    Oct.'  maintenance  Aish   children,   $20.;  A. Lofgren, bounty, $6.90; T. White  hauling stove, $1; C. Hill-Tout, gra  vel, $4 ,- "Rd, 'Emanuel, refund taxes  .$68.40; -y. Lehman, on account Le -  Fruvre'road contract, $150,-.A. J.  Rottluitf, road ,work Ward 3, $221  T, 'Lehman, ^public duties, $9; CJJR.  Crist "'&' Son, ti5cc.; road work   in  Ward 1, ���-M.'Melander, $24; John  Crosby, $10.25; Wm. Stafford, $19;  D. Sinclair, $30; R. Carmichael, $12;  A. E.GLdhill, $12; Jas. Charmlcha.el  $8.75;   C.   Knudson,   $46^88; -OSobt'  Follis  $50.38;;  P.  Jackman,  26.25;  A. Lundeberg, $38.13; M. Sinclair,  $31.88; Joseph Catto, $7.50; Arthur  .  Gleahill, $54.75; Jos. Lehman, $25;  C. E. Gephart, $13.85; P. J. Fisher,  H. .Wardell, $6.45; E. White, $44; H.  R. Phillips, powder, $54.60;  Ward  2, $37.15; Pine Grove Lumber Co.   >  Ward; 1> $12.10; Wm. Towlan, road  work Ward 1, $6; P. Conroy, road  work   Ward 1 and  2; 32.50; A. JE.  Gustofson,  road   work   Ward     3;'  $27.25;  Percy   Smith,  road    work  Ward 3 j' $9; Maple Grove 'Lumber  Co., Ward 4, .$14; Dewdney Gravel  Co.,   Ward   4,  $462.53;  road   woft  Ward 4���T\ Listard, $1.25; F. Now-i  con, '$10.3,6;   A.   Bukland, V$1T.$5;;.  less road tax; Wm. Elliott, $95.12;  ��'.   W.  Beharell,  $32.50;   O.   Olson,  $2.50;;  R.  Robb,  $33.25;  Roy jMa-  chill, $40; H. Hay ton, $15; J. Har-  ,gitt,  $6;  N. Maeuili,  $24;      Wm,  Gurney, $15; L. Henrickson, $7.50;  F. BeciineL, jr., $6.lo; C. M. C. Oat.  .salary,  $20.80;  road -work   p-aicf,  $5.35;      postage,   ,$3.;?5;   bounty.  $3.20;. ' i  f  Th^ Extended, River road bylaw,  was regularly put through thrse  readings, Thia oyiaw. ia to gazette  a roaS on tha south bank of the  Fraser rive* from Jos. Patterson's  west line west to meet the r oad  already gazetted along the river  the road to be forty feet wide.  The council then adjourned to  meet in the municipal hall on  Saturday, Dec. 3 at 11 a. m.  . hi  t!��  I'WT J*  ".V. ' #6  - j-  i-  / :  i~ii- /w.ji.;  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,   - ABBOTSFORD, �� C.  n  11  CHURCH  SERVICES  THB ABBOTSJPORD-POST  Presbyterian . Church���  Rev    J  L.  Campbell, B. A., B. D. pastor.  Abbotsford, 11 ,a.m. and 7:30 p.in.  Upper Sumaa,iMay 29, and every  alternate Sunday < at 3 p.m.    ���  .'  C. E., Wednesday, at 8 p.m.  Sunday School at 3 p. m.  Methodist Church-  Sunday School 10 a. m.  Presbyterian    Church���Rev.   A.  Alder.  Mount Lehnaftn, 11 a.m.  Piae Grove, 7;3Q p.m.  GHenmore, 2;30  Published   every   Friday by'   the   Post  ;    ���    .Publishing (Joniptinyi  A wcolcly Journal devoted to tho interests,,<>J? Abbotsford  and suu ",'��nding dis-  Lrlct.   .    , , ,  Advertising Rates made know,     'n application, j ���.,       ^  .LKOAL ADVERTISING^]2 cents per  Uruj-for first insertion, and 8 cenie a nno  .for all-subsequent consecutive insertions.  -   Our Shibboleth���Neither for nor agin'  Kh��, ��overamont.   ,-,.'    (  ABBOTSFORD  POSTOFFICE  Office hours from'8 a. m. to 7 p. m.  No 314 Mail train from Vancouver  and east due 8;07. ���- ^    -   ���*-���<���  No 397 Mial traia from States due  Train No. 314 south bound due at  8;��7; N�� 398 due at 17:27,  Traia No. 867 north bound due at  6 ;53; No .313 due .'at 18 32..,.     r .,   ,  Great Ndrtker��~g;eii��ff aorth at  6^0; going south'at 7;1S~  Mail far,Upper Suaaas every Monday,  Wednesday, and Saturday, 1 p.;.m.   ��� -  jyiail far FeardouvHle every Tuesdaj  aad Saturday, 1 p. m. - . r   .  Jflail for Aldergrove, Shortr��e<2  and Otter, evejry Tuesday, Thursday aad Saturday at ,l,p.ia. -r. .  BUSINESS   P1R&6T0RY   OF  . ApBOTd^ORB. ,  �����noral 8terea ���  Attt&tar Bros. .  B. W. Tarabull.  M. L. McPhee.  Hotele���.. _ -1' ���  Abbotaford Hotel; H. Fre��w��H, Pr��j��.  y ComBWcial, J. A. .Blair,..Manager.  Real Estate��� ,, .,  J. W. MoOaJlura.  G. A. Stam&ee.,-,  Weatem Realty, J. J. MeFhe* A W.  Neleaa.  feladasy Rub<m>11, C. B.",  Auctioneers���  Liadsay, Buss^U, C. B.  J. W. McCalluia   .   -  Bank*��� ���'%: ^i^i.  ft��yai Bank of Canada, W. M. K��rr,  JKauwtg.^j   V.KX.-   ..'-���   ,��-  ���>.':.h-;:^.  ��r��amerjrrr:  BL A. Hewe, Proprietor,  Hardware and Purn4*tir�����  Elsewhere, wq publish the report  of the committe appointed to     in-  luire  into  the  practicability      of  including some of MatBqui municip  ality and a   part of Sumas municipality, with the present townsite  of  Abbotsford  and   incorporating  We have not given the report very  careful consideration, but from     a  cursory glance, it looks as though  the ischeme if "carried out 'would' be  the.making of the town of Abbotsford.- Th'q" re,pbr't will, we believe,  stand the serious consideration   of  property holders.  '"There is no question in our mind  but that the  present "lownsite:'"o!  Abbotsford is too "small to incorporate" for  iself-government,   and  the day will surely come when   the  citizens  of "Abbotsford ,will  want  to control, their own affairs..  -If transportation counts for anything in the making of a   city it  certain   that  Abbotsford   has      a  good start.  Batohere-rv,.,  S, Maa&aaa.  Ratblgr asc Kia��.  Livery stable��� ..-  iyle &.A��depa����  ��ak��r and! Opnfeetlanar���  L. Legace." '.    "    .  Shoemaker����� "-'  M. Hau&or,  Board af Trade-���  2. W. MeGaUuni, Secretary.  Blaokemr��^~rri:'.;   ^  .....,,  Sta^^.j^aaaaaa.  Baraar and: Peal Reem���  J����. Sadadaraoa. t,  Tahacoa and Novalttaa���  i. T. Mean*.  Daotef��� -'-'^   '���'���������'-'  T. A. Swift.  SADDLERY aad KaRDWARB-  H. J. Q-ernaay.  ISBBCHANT  TAILOR. ;  T. C. Cooffaa.   ���'   StRVEYORS  Henderson -' and Taylor.  ABBOTSPORD-DRU& 8TORS.  MUSIC TBACHBR-  Misfl Alice &t����4.  (Frorr< Fraser Valley Record)  A movement now appears to be  on foot-���to'form' a development  and publicity league for the Fraser  Valley,' with headquarters at1 New  Westminster. The final decisions  will probably* be arrived at at the  next meeting to be held in' December.-  -v      ���;'  '.f There is   a   well   known   adage  the "In unity there is strength" but  in each of the municipalities of the  ���Fraser Valley; there'is a' well organized Board of Trade.       These  Boards so( far, as we can learn are  all doing a   good work for the districts which^they represent.   So far  as wef know-each Board:is willing  to help out its neighboring TBoard  in recommending any    particular-  change desired, that  would be  of  mutual limpof tance and benefit. Ex  amples are not wanting and have  been reported an the press of-New  Westminster and this.town. Last  year the Matsqui-Sumaa Board of  Trade took up, the matter of dyk-  king the rSumas Lake; a   resolution passed by them was also recommended by neighboring Boards  and the result is well known to all  There is how a   well matured and  satisfactory plan before the public  to dyke  the  lake.   In  connection  with this, the Dominion     government at the request of the Board  set apart the lands thus affected to  help pay, for the work.   This was  accomplished by     Matsqui-Sumas  Board,   The work could not have  been  better done, had  a   league,  having for its members, representa  ��*3^,80B,,!W^^ from ail the bodies in the Fra  ser Valley, taken the matter up.  'A  league  representing all    the  different bodies of the Fraser Val-  iey would appear to be a   very unwieldy affair.   Does not experience  in public matters show that an  unwieldy organization, the members  ot which are not always vitally in-  terested-ih every section, would be  a   difficult association  to handle  i.nd that the -man  who  could do  60 satisfactorily would require and  command a   very large salary to  earry but the work.   Men do not  ifiually*undertake groat undertakings for their love of their fellow  man This contemplated ussocla-  ;ion might be Ihe means of destroy  rig the goocl organizations in the  shape of Boards of Trade throughout the Valley, thus, putting the  death seal oh active, energatic  work already undertaken by these  various Boards. We ' believe in  each community, working in harmony with  the  representative of  t  the district, backed by  the munir  cipal council and it Board of Trade  working out its own salvation in  the, way of development.      There  will be less chance of one man dom  mating the  whole  Valley,  backed  by a   few  of his   associates  only.  Through   time   thera   is   a   possibility that the Association wo.iilJ  become  a   political  one,  which  it  is impossible with the present system of -each district having its little Board; of Trade.   Would it not  be well to'let well enough alone?  There is no part  of  the Fraser  Valley but appreciates  the      fact  that'Westminster is growing very  nicely���the growing     is     genera!  throughout thel Valley, in fact all  British Columbia  is  growing.  According to Mr. Wade's address New  Westminster has taken very little  interest in the growth of the rest  of the,' Fraser" Va ljy in the past.  This is indeed news to us, but wh\  this instantaneous  fondling      and  cherishing  of  the   growth   of   the  numerous communities of the Fraser Valley?   Is it the idea of one. iv  two 'men 'to attempt to control the  marketable products of the whole  Fraser Valley?   New Westminster  is not large enough at the present  time to consume the products,of  the Fraser Valley, and neither, iB  the city of Vancouver, as shown by  the fact that'the  greater part of  ilie friiitf of the Valley, one of its  main products, is shipped direfct by  the "growers' and their'various .organizations ' direct  to  the  prairie  .provinces.  -We of course do     nst  claim that the; coast cities are not  the natural centres  to  whioh     a  very large fpar-t of the products of  the Fraser Valley" should be marketed, but past experience of the  man'who tills the soil and produces  the very best that is in it, is that  the coast cities are not satisfactory markets.   Better  prices      for  fruits are obtained elsewhere, and  also better satisfaction to the pro-  ducer.-  Theretfs little doubt but that the  people; of the, Fraser Valley ifvop-  fortunity afforded, would help to  build up the coast cities  and the  city of New Westminster in particular, but nothing has yet appeared  to indicate why they should do so  at the present stage  of development.   Let there, first be a'   decided    preference    shown   for     the  Fraser Valley product by the coast  cities and then the Fraser Valley  will need no such organization as  the proposed progressive associa-  BiCRMORE-  AXLE GREASE;  ..HARNESS' OIL,   WHIPS.  CURRYCOMBS,  HALTERS,' BRUSHES,   SWEAT - COLLARS', ��� ��� and also  BICKMORE'S   GALL CUREj^h��ch; we Wrinit a . satisfactory  Cure for Galls, Wounds, and Sores upon animals.  P. O, Box 45  .J, GERNAEY  Abbotsford, B. C.  LIVERY AND FEED STABLE  '., and ^ ;  TOURING AUTOMOBILE  We can give you theSbcst  of attention at Reasonable Rates  Our New Touring Aiitomobilejs in grea  cascnat  lemanc  Wm. LYLE  Slablcs on Esscndene Avenue  You will find my store the cheapest,place in  Vancouver to buy  Furniture,   Carpets,  Linoleums,  Stoyes and Ranges  : I can save you money.  ���':''���-: '. :  See me before buying. fr '"."'  I guarantee satisfaction  d. a. McClelland  300 Cordova Street, West, cor. Cambie,    .Vancouver, B. C.  Time Is Worth Money, So' Is Hay  But it is worth more money when it is baled, becanseit is   easier  to  handle and retains the sweet flavor that is necessary to bring good   prices  And to properly bale hay so that time may be saved an I. H. G hay prea��  is indespensiable.  I See H. Alanson for terms and priecs.  A. G. BROWN & CO.  )048 Westminster Ave., Vancouver, B C.I  e  =SSB  S3E  tion.  The people who are' going no-  where are always in a rush* to get  there.  &.  British Columbia is not good enough for some people to invest the  surplus of their earnings.   It ought  to be though and no travelling real  estate agent should be smart enough to convince British  Columbians that a   Bmall town thousands  of mile.'s away 'offers better chances  of investment in  real  estate  than does the home town or some  other place .within the limits of the  province where a' careful examination can be made by the investor  ���Never buy "a   pig in a   poke"   no  matter  what  the   upheld  inducements are.  1 INSURANCE LOANS   I  Abbotsford Homesites  for a home  or snappy investments   ���  in town lots, acreage or farm  property  see  /~>  1CU  The Pioneer Real Estate Broker of Abbotsford  i  &\  i-f/3  ���m t 'I-  f  j ' We beg to, announce ..to, the, readers o^.this.'paper, ^that tenant's'in 675-Columbia''Street, :New,{  ,.:-i*:>/\   i/i->s'"--:1w^(stminsl;ertfdr some 'twelvev.yeVs|weJ��'have'be'en-forced' to vacajte these premises by the end of February.  ���~v: "","'^lriTurmri]fuF6^ we will" sustain by our moving the larg:  est stock,of Men's Clothing, Furnishings,'.'etc!, in the City. In the ordinary way of business it is impossible  to sell out such a large stock, in a few short months. There is therefore only one thing we can do, and that is  to sacrifice our goods and give them to the public at genuine reductions. ���    . "  -We-have built up a large business through giving the public the very best at the least possible cost.  Among our- many high-class lines are 'Campbell's Clothing. These Clothes need no reccommendation to the  better dressed man.     They are the essence of style, lit, finish, and'their wearing qualities have no equal:  . for the next four months we are going to give the best value in Men's Furnishings ever given in this city,  and it will pay you to watch this space.  .verythmj  MEN'S SUITS  Reg. Pi  rice  OVERCOATS BOY'S SUITS  Reg. Price.                  '   ���      Sale Price  Reg. Price ,Sale Price  Sale Price   ��� $25.00 $20.00  $25.00 $20. ���  22.50... .18.  20.00 16.  17.50...:.. 14.  15.00 ...12.  10.00 ".....-' 8.  22,50 -|8.00  20.00".     '' ''l'6.00  $12.50.' $10.00  17.50  15.00  12.50  10.00  7.50  14.00  12.00  ���10.00  8.00  6,00  The largest Ikies of   HATS, SHIRTS,  UNDERWEAR and OVERALLS'  in  the City.  All reduced   20 per   cent,  10.00  '7.50.  -6,50:  6.00.  5.00.  4.50.  4.00.  3.50.  3.00  6  8.00  6.00  5:20  4.80  4.00  3.60  3.20,  2.80  2 40  YOUR STOCK  A carload of" Trunks and Suit Cases to choose from  YOU HAVE THE  BENEFIT OF- ALL  OUR FALL STOCK.  ,<?  675 COLUMBIA STREET  NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.  gG0.ffiSSi3UD'<  Another Mystery  (From] Fraser'Valley Record)'  ��.-  "'-���_  A On- Friday- -afternoon T. .Morell,  known" among .his companions aB  '    . Nico'demo Furoro* wiais*found dead  '     "at the' Silverdale crossing. Up to  "   and including November 1st    he  ���bad bee:} employed with, the Can-  ada'Poweri Co-, at Stave Falls. On  Wednesday morning he   and   another: Italian Ifflm&'T.'&ickt'-as the  'mfbrriiirg' was -wet/left for "Mission  -'City^'They >\So~tlY 'arrived  :at; -the;  \Mlai6qui' Hotel -. afcout - inoon 'fciia'  ���had" dinner! At that time'neither'  appeared to !be m'uoh under the' influence  of liquor.  They  left' the _  "hotel 'about one o'clock.' Nick returned again between'four     "and'  five, undeu the;"influence of liquor'  and was'told; to'. liget out."��He has.  jtiofcbeien fiieen-since.'Nothing was  thought-of the visit. to ��� the town  of the two men until Friday .oven- ;  ing when, 'tik-rdead body" of Morell  waa brought to Mission Junction  on'a handcar and recognized as the  man,*-who had^been in town;on the  previous   Wednesday., An  inqueBt  was found; necessary and on Monday a jury, was called in<to decide  the bause of death.   ��� ' ���" '"  W. Abbott, an'eimplpyee(of the  C. P/ R., testified to' having found  the body at theiSilverdale oros-  aing on the road limit and reported  at Mission on his arrival.  Allan J. Fraser, foreman of con-  rstnu.r|tio,n .works .,at !;3tave Falls  sworn, stated that he . had  one gang, of Italians, but he knew  no inian 'by the name of Morell. He  however identified t the murdered  man; as one; of the men in his, employ, and known to him as vNo. 161  o.n. the pay, roll. 1*3   'knew no  trouble between the" two. me'n,  Nick, No,: 170 on the 'pay roll and  t/he deceased. They left the Works  on Wednesday morning intending  Vb be; back that .night. Nick was  &  young-^nan  about "twe-nty    or  twenty-one, also an Italian, spoke  ,Fnglish  fluently,  wais  about  five--  feet five or six inches in height, rather thin, smooth,shaven, with very  decided Italiao, face, had a "slight,  limp or\ left foot, caused-by accident', ankle swollen, -worked  with  the company from" June or     July  of thi3' year, h?.d dark hair .parted  on the .side,.'and very particular a-j  bout combing.- He had a  month's,  pay coming tp him.   Knife produc.  od was identified as the" one that,  receased had-iused .in cutting powder.   Did not-recognise1 the revolver.   Saw both men alive last Tues  iay  evening,  November .-1st.," '  Dr. Pofte( testified that on-Nov-  -���mber '4th in'the afternoon he was-  asked to go    to    examine a   bocy  near Silverdale: '���-   He was "accompanied by James Stuart,     special;  nonstable.   They  found  the   body  near the crossing east of Silverdale j  station about 12 .feet from the track  lying.on the edge of theibank, his .  head downwards with face embed-,  Je"d  in  the  mud.   The  grass had  been  trampled  around  the  body,  He had the, body removed to jlYLis-  sion City where he made a   careful post mortem.   He found a   bul-  iet embedded in .the inner table^of  Lhe roof of the skull    The bullet  went in at the  left angle of ,the  mouth and had taken aja upward  direction' pen"rating the brain.'The  wound was such asrto cau.e insi.a'nt  death.-There Svas no  burn  about  the wound/no s njeiug of the mustache, which' would indicate  that  the shot was fired from a distance  He did nob think that the     pistol  was shot off; inside of the mouth.  Shot might "have* been inflicted by  deceased, but every indication he  thought showed that it waa done  by another person   The bullet appeared io have struck a   ��oochamd  had taken'an  upward     direction  j.asaing ibeinnd me,'eye and nearly  peneirai.ng the roof of the skull.'"  He took the flask out of deceased  man's pocket. Would consider the  .'man had.been dead .some twenty-  four, hours. "There   was - grass., a-  round the body an dtbat might pre  vent it being seen by those passing  , ' Charles jMellins, bartender, at the  tJBeilevue; Hotel  identified - the bor  dya:C,that; of a , man he (saw - -on  Wednesday afternoon about 3, or. 4  o'clock along1,'with another. Italian  He passed them! on the-railway "a-  bout"200 yards west'of the, Matsqui  Hotel.   They wei e w. lking'straight  then!   Did not see them at the Bel-  levue Hotel.   Was "on duty in the  forenoon but was off in the afternoon" They could not,have, bought  the, "liquor in the Bellevue in    the  forenoon without his having seen  them.   Went  on  duty .'about  five  o'clock;   The men c"o".ld- riot have  been carrying  anything" when   he  ho saw/ them.  Bert White,-bartender at the  Matsqui Hotel testified as-to recognizing the deceased aa'one of  two'men who had been at the hotel  on Wednesday, November 2. Had  dinner at the hotel and left about  one'o'clock.  ftl'.sy Ferguson, waitress at the  Matsqui, identified the deceased as  a man who had dinner at the hotel on Wednesday in company with  another Italian, who had paid for  the dinner of the two men.  Frank Fabry, proprietor of the  Bellevue, testified that he had seen  deceased Italian in the Ghed, ,but  was satisfied he had n?ver seen him  before. Was attending bar on  Wednesday afternoon, but had served no Italians. He knew nothing  about the dead man. In.answer  to a question stated that he did  not permit the sale of liquor to any  person who was intoxicated. He  had a copy of the new liquor.licence. '  , A..Stephens, druggist, was called  Could not identify the dead man  in the shed. Sold no liquor to  Italians on Wednesday.  Ernest Gammon, policeman at  Mission City, testified that on Sun  day afternoon .Constable  .Wilkie  and he had 'gone to view1 the place  where the deceased was found."    It  Was.ohown to them by'Massrs.Coop  er and - Wren. On looking around  he saw an empty bottle ofSegrams  ying about fifteen feet from where  Lhe deceased had been found. On  coming up the bank on some, will-  jW bushes he saw a brown sack  nine or ten feet from where the deceased had la'n. Inside of the sack  were five'"bottles of Segram, three  bottles of brandy, a   broken' bot-  Je of gin,- several pairs of socks  and a pair of overalls. All was  brought tq'Mission and was in the  court house.  The jury composed of F. W.  Hughes, foreman, J. Stanton, Hoy  Turner, McCrea (Abbotsford), Geo.  Ward  and  Lee   Walton,   rendered  .:e fo'lowing verdict;  "That said Morell, so named, met  .i'.u death at Silverdale croosing,  Jew Westminster district, on or a-  bout Wednesday evening, November 2nd, by a revolver shot in  Lhe head who, we suspect his companion, Nick, men'.ioned in the evidence, of having fired."  GRADING ABOUT COMPLETED  (From* Fraser Valley Record)  The contract which Mr. W. T.  Tierney had for grading the Canadian Northern is completed, with  the exception of that ^across-the  property of Messrs FJordine and  Reid, which is holding up the .'balance, of thei work and will|have to  be settled by arbitration before the  grading 13. finally finished. Mr. T.  Stokesi wha had, the work in hand  .for Mr. Tierney, returned to Mission City yesterday. , ���>  The one mile of rock work which  is also a part of Mr. Tieniey's  contract will be all complete by  New Year at the very latest.  The ifight of way has not yat  ���been secured through the properties of Messrs Flordine and Reid  and the rights of the company and  ���and the two property owners, who  have; fortyfacres each will be'set-  tled by arbitrators soon to be ap-<-  pointed.   The surveyors  are  now;  not 'even permitted"to" goon the   ���  property to conne'et up the'-line.  . On August 10th Mr.'Tierney unloaded, his  outfit at Mission,'City  and moved it to  Matsqui prairie  ,On August 28th grading was- begun  and th^" seven' miles -completed on '  November  8th.   The  speed    with  which the Canadian Northern contractors are completing this  line  is a   good example of modern rail-  iv'ay construction.  ERASER VALLEY. PROGRESSIVE ASSOCIATION.  At thq request of publicity com-  miscioner Wado 6? New Westminster, representatives from1 the different parts of the Fraser Valley  .net in New Westminster on Friday last-to consider the advisability of forming a league to look  after the affairs of the Fraser Vai-  oy in a   general way.  Mr. Wade gave a lengthy address outlining his scheme.  Mayor Lee also addressed the re-  representatives, but on, being called away to attend an important  business matter, Mr. T, Ladner occupied the chair. It was eventually decided after considerable discussion to call the new association  the "Fraser Valley Progressive Association" The meeting then adjourned to Friday. December 9th l  in order to give the different delegates an opportunity to report to  their different organizations.  The wise merchant knows that it.  ist he women who shop to-day who  buy to-morrow.  The best isn't too good for the   ,  man who {can pay for it with honestly acquired coin.  Money 'makes the automobiles  go andt he automobile makes the  money go���and 'there you are.  *     '�� n> La**/ Jb > .�� ..v. * j SL. . THE ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, B. C.
Demand that their Office Stationery  must not only be of the best
quality but that it must be neally   and   tastefully   printed.
Those are the people who patronize the Fraser
Valley Record office; and they prove
that they   are   pleased   by
duplicating  orders
We can supply in any quantity, on short notice that beats city prices
Shipping Tags, WindowC ard".?, Note Cirulars, Receipt. Forms,
Notes, Invitations, Professinal cards, Lodge by-laws, Lodge
membership cards, Agreements, Blotters, Butter wrappers,
Dodgers, Auction bills, Envelopes, For sale cards, Wedding
invitations, Memorial cards, Meal tickets, Private post cards,
Letterheads, Billheads, Memoes. StatemeEts, Lodge constitutions, Legal forms, Prescription blanks, Labels gummed or otherwise-, Pamphlets, Reports, Posters any size, Real estate contracts, Loose leaf statements, Menus plain or fancy, Receipts
Lien notes, etc., etc.
Abbotsford, R.  C.
Ne(w   Wesminsterr,  Nov. '4.—An
adequa/tef supply; of produce in. almost  adl - lines 'with prtfyes irwoil
tncafin-tafneo^ and* trading  IbrJisBc1
miau'lqed (he jcity's market this morn,
ing.     The ^tendance of  farmers
and ibuyers was large, and the first
farmers' train,' .from' Sum'as Prairie,
added a large and new quota    d£
mairkerr,tors, as well as  increasing
the  quantity  of produce   drought
in, ill Lhq regular course of events.
Theiv( weretin'oT miairked changes in
tilie' (p.i'fcfjta, Generally  »/peafldnjg»
it   was   a  igoTod   average   autumn.
Meat to-day was     plentiful      in
mioftt  .Yi nibs',   pork    bein/g \"frS|ce,P(-
tionla/lly is(o. Prices as a rule were,
slightly under lih'e figures  o,f laist
week,   "Beef was offered in   good
cjuanbity, 'selling wholesale >at   9,c
for (hindqua/liters and 0  l-2c    for
f aVjciq.u.antor-H;  ;by   uhe  iCa,rcass   ,'at
7 l-2c to>, 8c.     Veal .was considerably fmore (plentiful than last week
so.me'.fin;e carcasses being brought
in. fGood v-tfal Realized from' 9;to 11
and l-2c. pork was offered in miuch
grfeate'r   cjua-mlfcics ,han .recently,
ainid itlie .pr'icie  paid   by iwhjolosalei
buyers .averaged about ]2c, acer^t
, higher being p.a'rd for exceptional
Ica/rcasse-s. Mutton and lamib were
more rpleniful   a/nd the   price paid
■was about tho same.. A carcass  of
ve.iii'Son wiais bnought to the market  the  deer  dressed  HO   lbs and
sold to! Bowj3lT P Odidy for He. It
is expected that several deer will
be  brought in from  now .till the
close \of '.the iselling season oh Nov.
15.     A I'lHiimber of young ipigs were
brought inv'to'day and a immher of
theses sold for $5-each.
The  poultry   market   was fhat-i
urally, 'not 'as brisk a si ast week,
which was stim'ujated by Thanks-
.■rrivi-nop     po.tivity '       Nevertheless
'good triadiinjgf iwajs ,done and   ■ thle
prices obtlain'ed were good. Many
birds, however, failed to find buyers va'rid were held over till nexit
week.     There'were, Ino  turkeys or
geese  qffefred   today;   foul   & nid
:du'ck (a'Vftria/ibeing brought in.   . No
large  'sales  were   reported,  most
of the trading being in small numbers! Therei' were not many spring
I ohiqWbfn's   offered,    the   "aver^g.e
pricjei idealized being from $6.50 to
$7 pier dozen. Among pure-breda,
a |nu(m'ber of  White  Rocks  .were
sold ibyf Mr.   Freeman   of Linden,
Wash'., at '$18 a dozen, and another
vendor jsold 'a  number  of  White
Wyandotteis at  $1.25 'each.  Du&ks
sold /at $1 each.       ' i-
Fruit Wais .fairly plentiful o'n
the' (mlarket today, the apples being in good variety and good
qjualjity', 'tlh'e.' fruit. injector remarking tha^ they were exception
ally firjeje 'of (pfests. .There w&s
more! than sufficient to meet the
demand and some were lefft on the
market. Vendors realized from 75c.
for poorer grades to $1.50 for good
numbeer twos.
TP ota*£oes maintained" tfiefr
high figure of $23 .a ton, and indication are there will be no decrease
'and faiore possibly a ffurther rise
this flail. Turnips sold wholesale
a?t 75c. a sack; carrots at $1; cabbages $1; onions sold at $2 a sack.
Vegetables .were plentiful in the
wholesale section.
Eggs remained 'steady  at   55cc.
wholesale and; 60c. retail, the .supply .falling short of the demand.
J3uttcr    remained    at  40c      retail
and  was   pui'ficient   in -'.quantity
to meet all requiremeas.
Flourists did a good business in
cut flowers 'and. bulbs.
The following are the wholesale
prices; •*
Beeff, carcass, lb 7 1-2 to 8c
Beef, hindquarters, lb. e—9c
Beef, forcquartera, lb 6 l-2c
Lamb   .141-2
■Mutton, Jib 12   i-2c
Veal, large,  lb , gc
Veal, medium, lb n i_2c
Veal, choice, .wholesale 111-2
Venison, lb———- ...nc
Poirk-    •wholesale, — — -.............. ]2C
Ducks, teach  - -—  $t
Heins, dozen .................$s to $10
Spiring hickens, •■■-- $6.50 to  $7
■•Broilers  ,  $4.50 to $6
V "'■■'•'■-    ♦&
Next Doo to. Post Office
V —— - f —  ♦!♦
or E:
Bought,   Sold
^changed :
The best buy in Abbotsford today.
Owner must sell.   You should Inyestagate
this. ,.•'••      .    •   "   ■   '•
2 lots on Essendene ave.
m business location, price
$450 the two
These lots are honestly worth $700
$350 each at present price, and will be
worth a lot more in less then 3 months.
This is a chance for the small investor
and should be taken up at, once.
Write wire or come and see   '--
¥ P. 0. Box 58
Phone No. 1 T
Pure bred hens, each —$1.25 to $1.50
Egg9,  wholesale    " 55q
Eggs,  retail       ,- 60c,
Butter,   retail - ifta;
Potalto.es,  ton,    $23
Onions, sack,  "• $2.
Carrots, sack,   - $1.
Sawdust as usually regarded as
am objectionable product because
it increaseea <the .danger of fire if
deposited near mills or lumber
piles iaind ineeessitatea either Carriage with the accompanying
expense on (the construction of a
burner and the use of conveyors
or iear,ts to transfer it .from the
A double 'economy,however, is
in progress* A:a a result of the ubp
of band saws inHtaed of the old circular alnd gang, saws, a log that,
under the old system produced
eight boards will now produce nine
a A'jq.ry isubsta^tial increase \u
product with' .a corresponding decrease in th ^amount of sawdust
produced.     ■    I' v
•phuric acid and fer!mintingg,   the!
sugar iso .formed produces alchol
Mixed with i# isuitahle binder and
'cor^pi^essed, \it  can he 'used ■ for
making  mouldings  an  dimitation
carvings, while, if mixed with Port
ing invaterrial:     It is   an excellent
land cement, it ^produces ia ifloor
packing material ffor  fragile articles and  for dangero-us   explosives .and can be,used as packing
in Avails to'Jmake 'them 'sound iprooif
and cold .proof,     ' 1
People |a;re 1'fofnd of talking about
her "luck" either good, bad or
indifferent. Some are lucky in
busimjess, in speculation dV other
undertaking; others >prate about
being unlucky.' '     ;j   .
What is luck?? .
QVEajX O'Rell says that luck consists in rising at six o'clock in the(
! morning, living on half you earn
minding your own business and
not 'meddling with other .people's
Wit{h pueh 'a.'deffiction .what an
appalling lack of luck *hieremust
be in   the   /world!
~~  v,  ,..„  The    hard-
Owing to its ohe,mical and me-   ,ost task that can be assigned   to
liainiieallni-ioiTiGrtieH. lifiUmn q« «v»»    ^q xnajorit^y/of 'people is  to mind.
their ow,$ affairs and let those of
other folk 'alone. If the Imeddler
has -aA luck, ho is gatting\a.lt that
he is 'entitled to.
Luck; mearns. t!bje! keeeping pf ap-
■po.i:nit|mients, and promises and
pledjgTeaj    '
Luck means trusting in your own
resources land'not depending upon
others to iset ^ou right,.
Luck meians Effort. .  ;
chainical.(properties,'iti>has an ever
increasing field of usefulness. Used
is an, absorbent for nitro-glycer-
ine, it produces  dynamite.     Used
with clay and burned it produces
terra"cotta hrick full oif small cavities that, owing to i s lightness and
its prO|i>eries as a .,non-conduct or,
makes excellent fire-proof material
for (partition   walls.   Treating     it
vith ifused caustic alkali produces
ox/alic acid. Treating it withf sul-
■ fm
m #1  w  m  #1  ^'2  1  f  is  1  Mi  Ik  T^E ABBOTSFORD i^OST,      ABBQTStfORD, B. C.  6/  ABBOTSFORD,  B. C.  Capital paid up, 5,000,000.  Reserve.Fund,, 5,70"0,000.  Total Assets, 70,000,000'.   .  A' general banking business transacted.  SAVINGS    BANK  ��� J^w1*8 %e���d Wi^h ^eP^sits of  1.00 and upwards.   Home Savings Banks issued.  Banking by mail given every attention.     We  have correspondents throughout the world.  GEO. H KERR, manager  HOTEL  J Mcelroy & Co.  LIQUORS,   WINES  AND   CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  Cor. Essendene Ave. and Oscar St., " \ CITY  BBOTSFO  5T7-r~.mm*.  HOTEL ARRIVALS  ABBOTSFORD HOTEL;  R. J. Shannon, Mission City.  D. - P. Campbell, Vancouver:  '  C. A. Godfrey, Vancouver.  H. E. Parson, New,,York;  A.   Hamilton; City.  'A, M-. Currie, Vancouver.  H. B. Butz, Vancouver.  A.  Ham'lton, B.   C.   E   R  David Power, Vancouver."  Jas. Maghood,  Vancouver.  E. J. Dykes, City.  F. Cawley, City.  C. Trench, New York.  J.  Clark, New  Westminster.  ' Fred Lynch, New Westminster.  D? M. Stirren, Vancouver.  A. II. Sharpe, Vancouver.  R. Shannon, Mission City.'  II. Norman, Vancouver.  R. A. Balerett, Vancouver. "  J. Frankowiski, Sumas City.  David Lower, Victoria.  W. Matheson, Cloverdale.  II    .-Carr,'Chili wack.  ,P. JIagan, 'City.  II   I'-dford, City.  E. Mus worth,  Chilli wack.  ���T   T>?rn, Sumas.  R. C. Turner, Mission City.  R   J. -Simmons, Vancouver.  T Banirsier, Misfiion City.  F. E. Rcade, Vancouver.'  Andy  Woolor,  Dawson'City,  C  Grand, Vancouver.  F.   R.   Anderson, Vancouver  Mr.: and Mrs. Kn'owling/Bellingham, Wash  .  Mrs   II. King, Vancuover. -  T. Burnett,'Vancouver.    '  C. Coryell, Vancouver. ���  ��� G. Calenda, Vancouver.  Win. Greene, Huntingdon.-  C   Wilson, City.  P. Clark, City  ABBOTSFORD, B. C,  . Strictly first-class in every respect.   The bar is  stocked.withjhe best of wines, liquor and cigars,  RATES,  $1.50 TO $2.00  PER  DAY  PROPRIETOR1  Painting, Sign Writing  General repair work  J. E. PARTON  Abbotsford       -���       B. C.  Good Storage Room for  Furniture.  Embaimers and Funeral Directors  Vancouver, Office  and  chapel   1034 Granville^ St.,     Phone 3486  North Vancouver, Office and  chapel-���-116 2nd st. Phone JL34  Eye Sight Specalist  Manufacturing* Optician  Does the  Finest Optical  Work.  Medical men and others pay tribute to his skill.  793 Granvill^ St. .yancou, tv  LET HER DOWN  EASY.  Young Husband���Did you make  those "biscuits dear? 0  Hia. Wife���Yea darling.  He|r Buefbaqd���iWell, I'd rather  you wjould 'not make any more,  eweetheart.  His Wife���Why not' my love?  ���Mqi�� Hmaba.n.d<���Beioawse, ahgel  mine, yqu are, too light ffor Buch  hqa^vy wjork.���Ex��  -Advertising js'eems ifccbe, an art  yeit ito hej'disoo'vered by some people. That is .the practical part of  it.     A constant   stream (o;f water  from ,o,ne, or more hydrants   will  ���ooni extinguish! 'onget under control at'very large fire, while a (few  buickeits io,f waiter dashed /on here  arid there* ha,ve( 'little .or oio effect.  Thei (modern fire department    ia  practical, and 'has, outgrown   the  bucket system;'and &o with 'modern, [advertising--plenty* ojf i��, used  in, ij( practical, common sense   and  judicious manner, pa|ys.  Your  uncle   Timothy      realized  this to ia -very large extent,  and  his successors,';ar�� keeping up the  good wo,r,k land just recently  the  jmails werei loaded, with catalogues  of goods you might just iais we lVell  and could' >sel\' if you itook .pajttern  from your uncle Timothy's style.  It .is time some of you caught ou.  Pho,ne us ,'amd we'll (call ,for you��  copy, 'or (drop in iand havefa heart-  to-heart talk.  COMMERCIAL HOTEL;  W. Clark, Vancouver.-  P. Smith, Spokane.  Charles Milk, Vancouver.  T.   Bille, Vancouver.  A. A. Cruickshank, Chilliwack.  O. C. Daniell, B. C. E. R.  Fred  Osterberg,' Sumas.-  Predosterberg,  Sumas.  Antony Lucia, Vancouver.  Neck'Lucia, Vancouver.  John-Peluse, Vancouver.  -^  Joe Bamos, Vancouver.  James-.Lombard,  Vancouver.  A. Grant, Vancouver. "  W. G. Beaton, City.  W. Hawn, City.     .  J.  Watson, Vancouver. v  ,. Ott'a- Norleau,} Vancouver;  P. McDonald, Seattle.'    , <    '  _ Mi Samuel; B.   C.   E.   R  B Jl;Codley,'Mission City.    .:   *  J. Dork, Mission City.  Joe Dolan,. Vancouver.  H. G..Wilson, Vancouver.  George Baird, Vancouver.  D. Creighton, New Westminster.  W  Irwin', City.  D. McGillivray, City.  G. W. Leitch, Vancouver.  W.   R. 4F!sk,   Vancouver.  J.   Balfour, British Columbia.  .W.   Williamson,  B.   C.   E,.   R.  F. Ledmang, B.   C.   E.   ,R.  T. Walker, B.   C.   E.   R.  Bert Johnson, B.   C.   E.   R.  George Gilbert, B.   C.   E.   R.  JL. Darby, New Westminster.  E. Morton, Aldergrove.  (Jr.   Ceasar, Vancouver.  E. A. Long, Montreal,'  W.   B.   S.   Gilbert,  B:  C.   E.    K  C. Norman, Langley,  Mrs .Montgomery and family, JS  Westminster   B.   C.  S. Sharp, Vancouver.  M. C.'Powell, Vancouver.  STAGES OF LIFE  Little Johnnie, who had (been1  praying i>o<V isomiei months for God  to -send' himf a baby brother, finally becam^ discouraged. "I don't  believe God has any im/a're little  boys ,to< 'seind,'' he told his .mother  "and I'm going to quit it."        (  Early one morning not long after  that he was taken in hismother'3  room to see twin hoys who had arrived in the night. Johnnie regarded them thoiughil.��U/'for a few m'n  lit CIS.)  "Gee," foot remarked finally, "It's  a good thing I ceased praying  whid|n| I^id.'?  An ^unkraorwn oorreisjuondent  sends vk thjial interesting physcho-  logical study of the growth of the  child's imind;  "At 10 tha^ boy thinks his father'  knows 'Qvery.bhingt    <���  "At 15 ho thinks he kno,ws ,a9  much as his father does.  "At 20 he thinks he- knows twice  as;muoh as'theold man knows, or  ever,will know.     ,  "At 35 'he condescends to ask  his father's advice.  "At 50 ho.'is   where 'he   was  'at..  10���he believes the dear old chap*"  wat) ;tbje' wisest man in the world."  m�� 11 11 11 1 nin >  3KSHSE  mmm  A FEW SPECIALS THAT  ������������ian        .     -    [UST -INTEREST YOU  We prepay express charges on  orders of $5.00 or over.  Make ready for the winter now, lay. in a good  supply at these tempting prices;  Children's Underwear,  ��� 25 cents  All sizes in Children's  vests and drawers, wool  and cotton mixed, white  and natural.  . Special 2,5c, garment  Ladies' Underwear,  35 cents  Wool and cotton mix,-  ed,   excellent   washing'  garments, soft finished.  Drawers and vests  35c. a garment  See Our Stock of Furs  The variety is unexcelled, every fashionable' skin/is  shown in,our, extensive collection/* Collars, Stoles,-  Throws and Muffs in all shapes and sizes.   -    ���    -   l  Our prices are right  Corsets at $1.00  - The best "Corset in the  Dominion at' the price.  ���Every size always in  stock. We make a  special of this  number.  $1 per pair  Ladies' Hose at 25c.  Black, fast color,  wool and cotton mixed,  plain or ribbed. All  sizes for ladies.. You'll  be pleased with the service they giye you.  .      , 25c per pair  Neckwear at 35 .cents ���  Collars, Jabots, and Bows, new arrives in'a dainty  assortment of colorings and designs.-. '   / "  'Specially priced" 35c'  623-627  St., New Westminster  ) EKBBBEBSHSBSB SB&HSEBBBB39  Q9GBBB&SSSS (  When You are Trying the New  Electric Road Call on Us  Singer Sewing Machines, Victor Gramophones,  Edison Phonographs, and all the latest Records  always in stock, Largest collection of Records  in the Province.  NOTE THESE PRICES  Victor No. 1, $31,   Victor No. 2, $42.  Victor NO. 3, $50,.Victor No. 4, $63  Victor Victrola, Oak and Mahogany, 250  Edison Phonographs  from $19.50 to 250  /  t have Violins,   Mandolines, Guitars,   Banjoes, all prices to suit all  pockets, Sheet Music,  in fact everything found in. a first class Music store  You are welcome wjhether you buy or not,'  call and see us when you are in town.  Ho TODD'S    Music House  419 Columbia Street, New 'Westmin ster, B. C.  m  y  1 V"'1 J? OUR  the abbotsford post,    abbotsford, b. c.  RUTHIG and KING  All kinds of fresh meats in season.  Fresh Fish every Thursday.  ONLY A1   MEATS  KEPT  IN   STOCK  We deliver the good*  if  J?  J',  ���hm:<&-###*'#��^^  ':f air1  JUST   THE   THING   FOR   BURNING     KNOTS  At prices never before offered in Abbotsford.  18 in. $2.35.      21 in. $2.65.      22 in. $2.85.  23 in. $3.15.   24 in. $3.50.  There are only 50 of these stoves to be sold at  these prices.   Secure one while they are going as  there is a cold winter ahead of us.  If ordering by mail enclose right amount and  state plainly size required and kindly mention that  you saw this ad. in the Abbotsford Post.  Matsqui   Hotel  MISSION CITY. B.C.  This hotel has been thoroughly  rennovated throughout and is now  open to the public.  The Bar it stocked with the  choicest wines, liquors  and cigars.  Rates: $1.50 to $2 per day  SAM GILES, Proprietor  Henderson & Taylor  (Associate   Members Can.   Soc. C. E.)  Civil Engineers  R. A.HENDERSON  B. C. LAND   SURVEYOR  Offiec. next P. O. P. O. Box 1 1  rtftftfiftm  33S  ;��iU-. 'J.:  Sfl  Fresh Milk  12 quarts, $1.00   Delivered once every morning  Harrop Bros.,   Lythwood Ranch,    Abbotsford  Our cows are specially aelected and quality guaranteed.  Good cows always for sale.   I  Social and Personal  _ m  ..  BIRTH���To Mr. and Mrs. ;Wil-  liam Lyle, on November 9th a  son.  Mr. Paul Taylor returned from"  Seattle on Monday accompanied by  his'mother.  Mr. Dave Powers representing  Prior & Co., Victoria, spent a few  days in town thi3 week.  There will be all kinds of fancy  work, plain sewing, home made  candy and all kinds of good  things TO EAT.  Where? Why at the Bazaar on  the 1st. of December Where did  you think it would be?  Mr. J. A. Blair was in Vancouver  and NeiwWestminster ?(his week.  Mr. Dave Wells spent a few days  in Vancouver this week.  Mr. J. W. McCallum returned  from Vancouver on Monday evening last.  Mr. Harry Freeman is in Kamloops this week.  Mr. Coogan announces that he in  tends furnishing maaquerade suits  fort he masquerade on November  18th, and all those requiring suit3  for that occasion should see him  before. Tuesday evening Vo as not  to be disappointed.   o   Mr. and Mrs. Campbell contemplate taking a trip to the Old  Country in the near future.  ENTERTAINED AT WHIST  Mr, and Mrs. Heath entertained  a few of their friends at progre.34  ive whist on Wednesday evening,  Among-'those present were; Mr.  and Mrs. James McGowan, Mr and  Mrs. H. A. Howe, Mrs. McMenemy,  Mrs. Edson, Mra. Wilson, and Mrs.  Coogan. Messrs Jack'McLean, A  Scotsvold, and, J. Drake.  The- first, prize was won by Mrs  Edson and Mr. Drake  Mrs. Howe1 was the recipient of  the consolation prize.  Don't you want to buy some  pretty Ximas presents for your  friends? Come to the (Maple Leaf  Hall on December let.  THE ABBOTSFORD FOOTBALL  CHALLENGE CUP.  Dear Mr. Sporting Editor;  Our Club has been made the custodian of  a   handsome' challenge  silver cup.   It is the  wish of the  donor that fevery organized soccer  team in the Valley be invited to  compete with,us for the possession  of this cup.   The main conditions  of the contest are briefly as follows;   All contests to  take  place  at  Abbotsford.   Every   competing  team to be. given two trials   each  season and all scoring to <be     by  points.   Two points for a   win, one-  point for a   draw.   Teams  securing highest score at end of the season to be the custodians of t'he cup  till the. close of the following season, and any team holding the cup  three seasons in succession to be  the owners of the cup.  Visiting teams must b.e prepared  to begin the game not later than  3 ,p.m. " ~   "  ai\ teams contemplating entering the contest must send in their  names to the undersigned within  30 'days, from date together with a  list of ^heir regular registered  members. No "team, the members  of which have, been drawn for the  occasion from two or more district  teams will be eligible to enter the  contest.  Representatives of, each contesting team will meet together for the  purpose of selecting referees that  will bevacceptable: to all.  It isf the intention of the local  club to devote the gate receipts to  the paying1 of the expenses of the  visiting team, less their car fare,  and to share what is over with the  contesting teams each match day.  Any further information will be  cheerfully given by the undersigned. ';  D. W. TURNBULL  Honorary Secretary,  Abbotsford Football Club  Notice to Creditors  *    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lh;.t  (.hie  Ablbo,bsford     Shingle     Company o.f the 'bownofAbbotsford, in  .the  District >of  New   Westminster  and the Province 10I British Culo,m-  ia,      Shingle Manufacturers     nas  made lan assignment 'to m'e in trust  for  itheir  'creditors.   And   that   ,a>  meeting qf the said creditors will  be iheld lat my oifice at Abbotsford'  on Monday bhet 14th day of Noy^  ember, 1910 'at 2 jotolock \p.m.,to receive .statements ioi  affairs      and  for .giving directions for the disposal of .assets, etc.  Creditors iare requested to file  their >claims, duly verified, with me  on or be.f ore the day of -such meeting. After which (tilm>e'I shall pro  ceed to distribute the assets of  the;' iesfcate. Havimg, regard only  lo the claims of which I shell have  l.hen received notice.  i J. W. MoCALLUM,  Assignee.  Abbotsford, .B. C.'Oct. 29bh,'1910  FOOTBALL "NEWS  The  Abbotsford  Football  Team  will this Saturday meet the New  Westminster Rovers  at  the  loot-  baL grounds.  The junior football team will be  engaged in a lively contest al'  Mission City 'With the juniors of  that town. They'will of couz3c oe  the victors.  Ths match on Saturday between  Abbotsford and ML Lehman was a  exciting game. It was a return  match and the rain came down in  torrents, but so interested were  :he boys that they, took no more  notice than if the sun had been  shining brightly. It was a good  game on both sides. At the close  the s>eore stood 5 to 0 in favor of  Lhe home team. J. McGowan scored the first goal, the others being  made by C. Harrop, Kenny, McQuin  nie and D. Wells.  The line up was as follows;  Goal���F. Elliot.  Back���Ruthig and Hayes.  Half-backs���Hogg, McQuinnie, J.  Boyd.  Forwards���C. Harrop, D. Wells,  Featherstonehaugh, McGowan an 1  Brown.  c  We have a first-class range  CLOTHING  of  :3\  Fancy   stripe,    goodc  stout cloth,  Only, per suit, $12.  .   Other kinds, $18.  Best of English Blue  Serge.  Only, per ��� suit, $24. ".  $22 and $25 per suit  The celebrated Chivers  Marmalade  1 lb.,bottles only 15c  Moon^y's Sodas in two lb.  pails.      The finest goods.  Per pail 35c.  D. W. TURNBULL  Abbotsford  and  \\  Huntingdon  /  mmmamsmmmmmmmamBism  A. H. HARROP  PIGS ALWAYS FOR SALE  Wellington Ranch Abbotsford B. C.  I HE' THIRD, SILVER MEDAL  CONTEST  The third medal contest was held  in the Presbyterian church on Mon  day evening and was well attend^  ed.   The programme was excellent  The judges decided on the prizes  as follows;  Junior���Frank Parton,  Intermediate���Grace Alder,  Senior���Mrs. Harry Smith.  Bazaar! Bazaar! Bazaar! are  you going to the Bazaar on the 1st  cj December in the Maple Leaf  Hall?  MAPLE GROVE ITEMS  Mr. Ray Hartnell visited hi^s  friends here a few days this week.,  Mr. E. R. Remington has gone to  Lincoln to scale logs, until this mill  is in running order again, which  will be very soon as the work \>f  rebuilding is progressing very rapidly.  Mrs. Pratt and her guest, Miss  L. E. Hearn of Los Angelos, Cal.  were visitors at the Apple Show  in Vancouver last week. They re>  ported a large crowd and very  beautiful apples.  Miss Shanks of Victoria, B. C, is  teaching the small scholars here at  Clayburn in place of Miss Nellie  Sharp, who was not quite up %o  the required,'age, to teach.  r  ���r "  1 K���'-wuw-wiwwP'.'i'^i'**'*  ��� ��������."��������� ������  ���������    ���������  "N  2EE  SEES  Vancouver, B. C,  X  L  J  ft��E  tjy# ���  ���04  m  Wiir  ri  I  t  l  r  "t  f  P  r


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