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 *        I    II  ���������ti  tl  f!OV 3i5 1912  a  '1'  1  1  OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE GRAND LOYAL ORDER OF BOOSTERS  Vol. V., No. 28.  ABBOTSFORD, B. C, PRIDAYJ   NOV.   22, 1912  $1.00 PER YEAR  ),';  The Celebrated  ���������Ik'  20th CENTURY SHOE" I  #  m  m  m  m  Ma \e on  Merit   by   Expert  Workmen  (s sold exclusively  in  Abbotsford by this Store.    It is  "The Shoe that makes the  Brand Worth Looking For"  !#i  *$  Government   Expects   These  Schools   Will  Be" More  Popular Than Ever  Drop in and see them  *  a-      .���������^rf,rjt;?l-  W  ABBOTSFORD B. C.  Jc^-#v  > ^c&ifyptf  \66Mi/i  t  II  :\  ���������is extended to. all customers of this store and others,  to visit us in our new premises  now that we are in shape to do  business under most favourable  conditions.  In order to make room for  spring stock we are selling our  Boots and Shoes at  Greatly Reduced Prices.  Are making a specialty of carrying an UP-TO-DATE STOCK IN  GROCERIES, at prices that will be  hard to beat elsewhere.  See Our Christmas Specialities  in the Grocery Line.  The Department of -Agriculture,  in accordance with its policy of the  past itihir.ee years, wMl' continue the'  fruit packing schools -during- the  comifing wkitesr. The packing schools  proved even more! popular' iiri i912  than previously, (amid ..we expect,  fir.om tihie -inumiber of'.applications  already ifa, 'tthajt.thereAwill be' ai  great groiwibh iln the'work this winter, It IJs iholpsd that, this year  schoiqls will,; lbe(,p_ia^e.duni(cyery  fruilt "diato-ictof the province, AVhere>  a sufficient numfoer of pupils car:  ���������be s.ecuired.  The class of 'instruction furnished byt/h/e experts employed by  'tihe Department fin previous ye irs  /h'as demdnstrated its efficiency [u  meetilmg t)he competition/ of Oregon  amid Waslhiltagtcpi in fruit packing  The experiemioe 'and. standing of  the tostaructors 'secured and the  coihfi'danjce reposed im bhem by the  #)e!par,t:ment. guarantee to- 'the  tihe firuilt -growers tho highest flas*  oi- ���������misfcrucffcio'n'.       ' -  As 'iln .previous years, the local  admOniiigtrfatiOin of lihe packing  soho/als will be placed in the  hands of -a (responsible) local body  sudh ,as 'the.'Farmers' Institute, the  FruQtl Giroiwers'. Association, or tho  Board! of Trade.  The Department of Agriculture  provides tihe ' ki'structor and pays  h-js expenses. The Department will  also bear tihe cost of the pacici-ng  paper, the fru'ijt aind all other legitimate expenses, exeept that ui  \   . LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  (Section ������J2).  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 AbbotB-  ford Hotel, situate at Abbotsford, B. C.  in the Province of British Columbia.  Dated this 29th day of October.  1912.  A. J. HENDERSON  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 Commercial Hotel, situate at Abbotsford,  in the Province of British Columbia.  Dated this 25th day of October.  1912.  I  james   Mcelroy,  BERNARD McELROV,  Propriotora  I the seciretiar.Vd work, which it has  beem found most satisfactory ��������� to  leave to 'looal arrangement.   -  The feapansQble organization^ hi  eaoh case will be required to guarantee a m'jn'imum of 12 pupils, but  mat more than! 15, with the proper  qualifications, at a fpe'of three dollars eaoh, tof take the 12 lessons of  two and a-half hours a lesson, the  school extending over one week  In..a Mmited nnm|bei' of districts a  double packing school "can be arranged far, an wihich the minimum  guarantee will ^be 24 pupils, but  -not more 'thai* 30, for the same  number of lessons. .The guaranteeing organization will also arrange  far aind bean, the expervset* of lh������  hall, its"heiatiinig! and lighting.  The.hJall far 15 pupils must be it  least' 30 ft. by 15 ft., aind well lighted. It must bej cheated sufficisntly  to prevent' ohiilltoig of fingers of  the packers iaindi to prevent fr^ey.-  'ing of 'the fruit at night;  Tho Department 'will as rar as  possible use local fruit. At fhe  time of making ��������� application, tor  bhe packiing school.you are re-  quested-to reserve fruiit at the rare  5 of - '2 l-^-'iior'S^boxes - psff.-.pupvi. ..-.T,he  hardier,varieties, such as Ben Da-  v:s,^ are preferred.; Fruit must.be  in goiod conditioh, but-'-need net  be graded and none- s-nould ��������� run  urnder 21-4 imchea.. in diameter. The  Departmemt will pay. the legitimate market price' for. this fruit.- If  local fruit cainaxot be secured, the  Depeartment should be expressly  motified and will undertake to  3ecure same.  The imistiructor will bring with  him the mecessary packing tables  aind fruit paper. The. Department  expects that 'he; will be met onhis  arrival by-some responsible person,  who should provide him with all  mecessary information, so) as 'to get  bhe school under way without loss  of time  It seems hardly, necessary to  present to- you the important 'advantages to be ga'iined from the  padding school, particularly In fhe  way of practical/ and thorough in--  structikHn in 'actual commercial  ipacbtog.  Pupils will learn in; addition, a  good deal >about the methods and  equipment used by the m,ost progressive Associations, will tiso  [r>arn a good deal of the interpretation of the, Fruit Marks Act, and  will Ieainn- a igreat' deal of value  about exhibition packing by attending the packing school for in~  struot-.'idn.  Pupils, who gaib. a score of Vo  per ceinft. i, for efficiency in the  packilng sohool, amd who put up a  creditable pack for the Depart :  inelnit prizes the following year,  may secure & diploma certifying  the  same from the 'Department.  Abbotsford Footballers Defeat  the Latter in a Decisive  Manner  Time makes -a change and he  w'ha' laughs Last' laughs best. Thin  applies to the Abbotsford Football  Team's success at Chiliiwack last  week. Several years ago the Ab- .  botsford team, when- it wad 'iirst  organized, paid Chiliiwack a Msir  and in its youthful vigor XDut up a  most excellent garnet but was beaten to 'a frazzle, by the Chilliwac-  kers. Those who went on that  trip;..from Abbotsford with the  team werre'inot' highly" delighted���������  in fact, if out newspaper file mtLi-  prets us aright- again, it was considered tihe boys were not urn o;;  as square a deal as they might.  and the supporters of our home  team .are deligihted to find that  after' thorough organization and  some good practice,, the home  team come out with honours of  two to. omef in'their favour. Next  time Abbotsford .go-os to Chilliwac*  it is hoped that Chi'.iiwack will be  the proud possessor of a r blank  score.  The Post congratulates the    A-b-1  botsford boys on their victory, and  believes   the    -town  possesses   -ihe  best team inj the valley.  MATSQUI SCHOOL BOARD.  In Germany, a country whisre  they aire building many battleship a  the authorities are looking over  their finances believing there wab  something mot yet taxed and it  was decided to tax the moving pjc-  tune slhiows. Moiney is needed to  conquer t/hie world.  Grive the Womian's Auxilliary a  chamoe to roake your Christmas  cake or pudd'ing; Bave yourself  time and worry ^nd help the da-  dies in tflieir undertaking.  Mb. Lehman, Nov^ 11. ������������������ A regular meetiing of the Matsqui School  Board* wlas Qield at Clayburn - on  Saturday. Trustees Cruickshanks,  chaJrmian; Conroy, Page and iler-  ryfield being present.  A inuniber .'of commuancatioii'3  were received and filed.  Tihe secretary.was instructed tu  order mecessary blackboard, for che  new di'Viisiqn' at Matsqui school and  a teacher's desk -and stove foi  Rl'dgeda'le.  The Oauincil was requested to lay  a 2-pl'amk walk -on tihe unfinished  portion of the H'ayto,n: road.  The fallowing accounts were passed far payminet���������  tSal1\ploilis���������Aberdeen, $48.31; Brad -.  neir, $6.85; Clayburn,,, 2nd div., i'M.-  05; Duinfadh, $9.85; Gianmore, $5.55,  ���������InVA-Qe, $13'; Matsqui. 2nd div'.i  $12.50; Mt. "Lehrnjajn, $12.50; Pear-  danvMIe, $5.75; Poplar, $7; Ridge-  dale, Juin|iar div., $.10 ; general account, $30.21.. Total, $196.97..       .  Chairmian Cruickshanks reported  that he hlad rented a suitable room  far'tihe .-addi'tiomial division at Matsqui far $0tper month. The report  was adapted.  On imdtlion, Miss Edna Broe was  engaged as teadher of this division  at a sa'lary of $60 per month..  ' T(he meetiing adjaumed to meet  at C'iaybmm, 'oo^the fii-rst Saturday  im Deoem[ber, <a't| 2.30 p.m.  L%1 $BE ABBOTSFOftD POST,      ABBOTSFORD, B. C,  ���������Mti     i      ~  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  ' Vubllshed   every   Friday    by   the   T'ost  Publishing- Company.  A weekly Journal devoted to the Interests of Abbotsford and suk "-'riding district.  Advertising Rates made know- *n application.  LEGAL, ADVERTISING���������12 cents per  line for first insertion, and 8 cents a line  tor all subsequent consecutive insertions.  'Our Shibboleth���������Neither for nor agin'  tho   Government.  FRIDAY NOV. 22, 1912  It seems remlarkable that   many  people  do' <not know what is the  matteT wiith them1 when they, are  e-ck.   tand neither    does any' oi;c  else.   Some people will get hold of  a. quack medicine almanac, or any  other 'old thing* and- every disease  ' t'hey read 'about they consult Lhe;r  feeliing.s and mjake tlhemselved believe 'they nave that particular disease. 'By the time they are   done  .studying ' about iall   bhe   diseases,  they do not know what is really  the  matt'or  with' themselvea,      or  whether there is anything the matter wiitlh them or not. But itisica-  lly .a serious mlaltter to. be always  talkung  about  one's  own   disease  The other evein'i,ng a physician coi���������  -lapsed wlliale takiing, am active part'  in the discussioHi11 of his own disease.   He was taken- to the nosp'-  tal and died.   Seriously ^peaking  . though, there 'are people who do  too much thinking about their own  ailmefnts.  City, wlhiich ils oemtnal to much of  tihe Valley, but, fiorrsome reason or  b'l/iu-r tiie nr;i)tter has not been xtfl-  ioAVou up so 'ns to get results.  THE MARKET.  There will'be-war on the'turkey  in tihe Ujntited." States on Thursday  osnd rriajny turkeys, will be slaugh���������,  tered.   It is'Thanksgiving Day.  President Taft if wise in his day  and genieratioin; he is" giving all  the so'ft jobs, to his friends bivYcc  ���������ihe Tiesig/ns .office. Does thI-3 also  ���������sound Caniadian ?  They are getting after the quacks  >ox> the other side of the line. They  (have been using the mails since th������:  newspapers  refused to take   "heir  ads. - ~  The Mcioseja,w.Tames says; Ifve  could blot out; the memtal impi."^-  sian thlat money .necessarily biings  rhlapp'/ness, how much bettei'. a  place tlhtts great wealthy country  mligiht be to live ' in; how much  better Hives would be! But almost  everythl-'lng���������health, peace of mind,  beautiful surrou/nidin-gs, all. that  makes 'life enjoyable, is p-.it sec '  cmid to tihe eterfnal struggle for  the a-lmii'ghty dollar.  ���������'We observe from a Vancouver  contemporary thlaJt what is termed  "the ,'eurfew syistam'' is to ba  brought into force again in Vancouver. The object of the system  is to keep ,youin;g boys and girls  up .to a certa.'ml age off the strosta  after ininlie o'clock! at night.  Owing to the vast amount of  property dh'anging hands throughout the Fraser Valley at the present time, lit'slh'auld be oon/sidarad,  important by 'tihe; power/s that be  that the staff should be increased  in order that when a   man" appears  to regiister (his deed! he should be-  aMe to do so wlithout delay.  Several times tihe Board of Trade  iha-s passed resolutions to the effect tfbait a /branch) of 'he registry  office sJhtould be opened in Mission  Fifty-five ceints wholesale was  tihe highest price that could be obtained far eggs at the regular  New W-estm'.'Inister weekly market  today. Vendors masked-75 cents a  doaeui for eggs, retail at the opening of tihe market, -and many .of  tlhem abta:imed thi)s price, but GO  cents -a dozelnj lis quoted as the  prcvaulliin-g price for this commodity A  Aj inu'miber ofj cases were sold at  f50 ceinits a dozen wholesale, and in  sonne casicis 55 cemits. Ranchers report eggs still very scarce, but it is  mot expected that; any further .increase t(a ipridoi will be made..  Butte:} Wias olffered; ait 35 and 10  cants <a pound, reitacJ, wholesale 30  ceints a pound, 'and a number of  sales weire 'made/ at tiliijs- price. <���������  Potatoes nemiaL'fn s)taginiant.'on the  market, tfhe price' remaining at %12  to 15 <a tqn, WLJtlh few sales, _ although a. p)uum|ber of sales-were  made aft ;75/;'cefnts and $1' 'a sack ���������  Carrots were offered at from 00  cents to 75. cenits a sack and beets  at $1 pea^ 'sack. Parsnips were also  offered at $1 iper stack. Cabbages  were offered 'ait( o/ne cent, a pound  w.'holesailev-  T)he poultry section; as usual presented a Ibusy scene and many  deais were m'ade^n. this department. A num/ber of young nens  cihanged' hatfvds -ajt( firc-in $6 fco_,$S a  dozeni, cihdckjejnis (ait( $4 to $6 a doz,-  ein and. faroMiers at - $3 a dozen.  Poultry, l&ve weigiht, was sold for  18 tof"-20f toahlts'a pound, and poultry, dressed, faiti 20 to 25 cent3 a  pou/od. Duekfs were offered at 13  and 20 oelnjts ta   pouridj  A numlber of youirig p,:gs sold for  $3.50' to $5.50 ;a head..  Apples were (offeredvat from, Si  oeints ta $1.(25 >a box, a number of  boxes ��������� Wing sold' at the" former  prcie ijnijab lots., Pears brought  $1 a box/'-    "  k ."   > '���������  ;& e:  In the meaft department there  wa's littie ahiajnge in, the price a.  Some excellent park; sold for 13 to  15 cemltfl a pound,- wholesale, and  from 15 to\ 18 oeints, retail, accord-  ding t,o the, cut. L/amJb retailed al  from 17 to 19 cents, wholesale 11  to '35 cents." Sugar, cured smoked,  pork- and bacojn) was offered,at 20  cents  a   pound;  Chickens, per v'doz< $4to$fi  Young birds per doz ��������� $6 to !p3  Broilers,  per  doz.    $3to$l  Poultry, live weight  18c to-iSft-.'  Ducks, per l'b.--������������������-' 18c to 20c.  Ducks per doz. - $7 to $0  Geese, live weight --.-���������-��������������������� '23c-  Geese, dressed  ������-r --������������������.. 30c  Turkeys local.dressed, rper lb. ���������40c  Turkeys, eastern dressed, per lb. 35  Poultry, cleaned, per. lb. ���������: 25c  Young. Pugs, e!aoh   $3.50 to 5-5.50  ���������VEGETABLES  Highland potatoes, ton ���������$13 to 515  Delta   potatoes  (ton   ���������$13   to i$15.  New potatoes, per sack   75c  New Potatoes, 20 lbs for  *J5e  Beets, per sack  *.  $1,  Carrots, per slack, ������������������ 60c to 75c  Carrots, per bunch   oc  Cabbage,  wholesale,  per lb  ic  Cabbage, retail, per lb ���������'-  2c  Cabbage, per head  lOc. to 15c  Cauliflower, per head   5c to 10c  Onions, pickling per lb   7c  -SMALL FRUITS  Apples, per box ���������������������������-..-. 80c to $1.25  Apples,, 5 lbs���������-- -  i5C  -75������  ������'$1  Crab apples, per crate    Pears,  pair,, .box,      -EGGS AND BUTTER  Eggs,- retail, per  doz    ;    5dc  Eggs,  whalesfale ��������� 5.*ic  Duck eggs, per doz ' ;' o0c  Butter, retail, petflb.  40cto,45r  Honey, per comb   25c  ���������WHOLESALE, MEAT  Veal, -    -���������' ��������� I3e to 14c  Large veal -���������  10c to lie  Veal    4--J5clo ibt  Park, per lb. - -; ",-13c ta'iSc  Mutton, per lb   12c to U%r  Lamb, per lb.  ������������������������������������������ 14J^c to   15c  Best Heifer, No. 1. 10c  Beef steer, No. 1.' '��������� He  ���������RETAIL MEATS  Beef, best rib roasts  15c to 18c  Beef,   loin ' 18ctoS2c  Beef, short loin  :  25c  Beef, round  steak  ���������������������������' 20c  Boiling   Beef       10c  to  14c  Beef,  pot  roast    : 13c  Veal    -    15c   to   ifcc  Pork  i  15c to 18c  Dressed chicken, lb ���������-  L5c  Sugar, cured ha'coro     20c  Sugar   cured  conned  pork   ������������������20c  Mutton,-,  % 17c to 20c  Homemade pOrk  sausage, lb.���������  20c  Salted Pi������'s' heads, lb. - - 8c  Pickled pig's feet, lb ���������--���������- -- 10c,  Pickled pig's shanks, lb   15c  Sugar cured hogs heads,, lb��������� 5c  Sugar-cured (pigs feet per lb��������� 8c  Sugar cured corn beef, lb���������10c to 12e  Pure lard '   15c  -{FISH  Salmon ,red spring   15c  Salmon,   white    -'- , 8c,  Sturgeon.,   >--���������-������     15c  Halibut    ���������    lOc  Smelts  ���������: ���������  ,'iOc  Herring,  3 lbs for   ���������  Xb/  Crabs ;2 for ��������� -������������������ 2'j-'  Cod ,blue or gray ��������� - ���������'25c  Skate  t���������  *   ��������� : -_���������wc'  Flounders -.;���������   10c  Solei .*������������������ '��������������������������� '"   ............ ���������^.yr;  ��������� No douht .inearly -everyone has^  heard . soiniething of the -Spanish'  swi/ndle .anid of tihe thousands of!-  gullilble persc|nis oni.-this continent-  who have- cantrilbuted various.sums;  to the fundi* of the swindlers.  Tci -the"' recollection ��������� of -some it;  will he nememjberedi that the-game  was worked at variious times with-,  Jn. the .p^aist 30 years.   Comraun.ica'-'  tiom is alwaya openied by-means of  \i   letter, ciaimimg relationship and  putting up a   p'leaj from a Spanish  prjscin, wiherethei writer'.claims to  be Omp'risdiTved. ' The -following letter was received a   short time ago"  by a Mission' iressident, .whose; name  we Wiiitlhrhald,' butj the communication  slhould - be * sufficient to incli-  ecabe wi^at sort of- a /game it is:  ���������  -"PrSlsoniJof Madrid, -30-8-19i2.  IMjr-.'X ���������', , M.Sssiom, B. C.   .  Dear SJriand relative.���������Althougu  I know you only* from'good refer-  einioes  'Olf  my <dead* mother,   Mrs.  Mary  X ,-��������� my  own  relative  gave rme to! addresa my'self to you  f cir the finst tiime and perhaps the  last, ��������� consider ing .your -protection  for my .-only daughter, a motherless girls IS1 years old who is now  in a college.  Before bet'-ng imprisoned hnre I  was estaibk'iahied as a banker > jtr.  Russia aind I -beseech, you to help  me to (dbtai)n< ia sum!"of 240,000 dollars I ihiave an America and to  take Cape of my daughter for . a  reward of the third part of said  sum amd tihie^ totereat of the whole  stock duirimg Ihjer minority, jieing  your duty to advance the necessary .fumds toijaicquijre my baggage  9ei,zed. ���������  As I   iam 'ifn| pirisoinl it is prohibi  ted   toi receive puiblic  correspon-  Conitinued on next page  IAS  President, Chas. Hill-Tout   Secretary, S. A. Morley  of Abbotsford, B. C.  Meeting Held First Monday of Each Month  Write the secretary" regarding manufacturing sites  with unexcelled shipping facilities and cheap power  or information regarding the farm and fruit lands of  i^the district, and industries already established.  ' i ii I,  ust a 'hew'More  of ;those--Blne wool. Blankets.  ��������� at $3-25 .each- :: -New-stock  will not be sold at this price.  . J: GERNAEY  ABBOTSFORD,  B.  C.    ���������  Abbotsford  i  Livery, Feed and Sales Stables  When you require a comfortable rig;  one that feels good and looks good;  ring up ���������'  CURRIE & McKENZIE  Bright Sunny Days  and Coo! Evenings  recalls the fact that last winters heater  ought to  be replaced by a new one.     .      '  Our heaters are uptodate and the prices, right.  , Get a Cold  Blast-Lantern  before . the  wet  weather sets in.  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  Jas. Elliott .Manager;  If you are looking  for Bargains in  Town Lots,  >airy.-or  S  icken- ������������������  L'McPHEE'  Insurance-Fire and Life  Telephone Connection  A: few nice white Plymouth  Rock Cockerals, bred from prize  winner,   Seattle,   costing   $25.00.  Selling stock at reasonable prices.  5 and 10-acre lots and house  lots, ahy part' of 'town, at fair prices.  cL^aMum  \K  l>  m  %r  J.  m  V  p  %M  fl  ii  i n  II  ll  ^1  'm  I  ill  hi  li  i  m  m &  if,  ���������'w  TlfB ABfcOVSFORD ������OST,      ABBOTSFORD, B 0,  o We want just as much of the shoe and rubber trade of this town  as we can get.   We want your trade and your whole family's trade.  We have always sold goods that were worth the money, and  we intend to keep right on doing it.  Our whole stock has been picked for quality.   For instance,  GRANBY RUBBERS  (WEAR LIKE IRON)'  are one of our specialties.   Anyone who knows anything about  the rubber business in Canada knows what this brand stands for.  ' It stands for value, for service, for satisfaction.   No competitive  brand has the same reputation.  Granby Rubbers were made for wear���������to look well besides���������  but wear, it is on this they have'made their wonderful reputation.  The finest materials, the' most skillful workmen, and a factory  pride in the product; that's a combination that's hard to beat.  Try us on any kind of footwear.   We keep, only- the best..  Geo. C. Cut  Abbotsford, B. C  011Y OF CIM  A  By Mn- Expert.  One of tihe 'nw>st effective wiys  of cleawiilmg i'Ou1} a radiator thai}  Unas beco'mne foul; lais a result of accumulations of sedimenit or df.ale.  dis to eofninectf lit wilbh a boils i1 and  allow steam 'fco 'blow through it  feir -am Ihiour 'or 'two., It 'i's neceodury  of coutpse to ,'miaike sure that jiot  .etnouglh pines sure .accumulates to  burst amy .olf 'tihe 'tubes. For.oruln-  an-y depolsiltis of. sediment it is usu  ally suffillciemt, itb> ' "disconnect tftve-  o'U'tlet at the' -bajse of the radiator'  aind iihisea't a Qiose at the top.'let.-  ttng cleaM wo/beir ruin through' uo-  bill Ohe stone aim Tssuiirug from the  bottom ruin/s rp or feebly, clear. This  opeiratOqiT, by xiilie way, may .properly be carried,. o.ut at not'mirc-  queavt liinltarvals," particularly1._where  it i'S impoisisi'ble to secure perfectly cicain water iot ordinary filling  pau-'posc1.'^  LOAN'S TO FARMERS  L _ c  The'. vairiiou'S-. provincial legislatures are taMlhg up/the matter of  ioa/as at-'a:;ipw;rate of. interest >.o  asspst farmers in buying stock aud  improving their holdings. Tiiid  iis a matter which might well ct.m  maind the attenjt/jan' of- our own.  government.  Of all persons in. the countiy cju-  i,t comes to raiisirtg a loain, and he  ua more often tlvam not forced 111 !-��������� ���������  the tianids of the loain shark. Aiid  yet the farmer 'in the prcscn-L a iy ,  . 11 -.creasing cost'of living is the  best 'bet the country has. He iy  also safe.   He oainnot get away, 'ii.d  .f he dotes his liain'd is there. Why  them inioit assist him to bring \A'o  tond up to the maximum of productiveness? This is' net a oc\v  pol'icyj It has bean tried in Australia aind New Zealand and hai  worked well. ' Those government*.  fund that 'it pays to put the credit  otf the' coumtry ait the disposal of  its citizens aind especially the farmers. '        '  Loams' are 'arranged on a jys-  tern by which both primcipal and  (interest are taken care of by halt-  yearly jpayments extending over x  period of thirty or forty year'3. Of  course the borrower cam pa^ in  full 'ait ainy time, but there is no  reason why he should. If his ur������u-  ey'is not worth more than five per  eont to luLm on the farm���������the rate  generally charged aind which includes .both principal and interest  ���������lie, should get out of farming,  because, it is certain that either he  or the country is not adapted io it  Think what such a system would  .d'Oi-for British Columbia, and v-'hat  a firm-hold the government introducing it would secure on the al  fectioms of the farming, classes. It  has-been claimed that it would u.if  be introduced in' this '.province i'jv  the reason that the, large majority  of our people live in cities and  would fight such a policy as spec  ial legislation in favor of a comparatively small body of Ihe population. But that is nonsense  Without a large area of cultivated  laln'd tributary .to it, any city must  eventually come to grief. Tii3  welfare of our ciitjos' is indissolub-  ly bound up Wiitirtlvat of the country districts aind the' prosperity of  the latter reacts at once and automatically cm 'tihe former.  If the government wants to Hind  a popular way to invest that surplus let it be bhe first Canadian  province to ,adopt bhe New Zealand system of farm loans, and ir  cam sit back aind await tho future  with equanimity. We have the  land; we (have or can soon get, the  farmers^ We have also,' thanks to  the land policy of the govea-nim^nt,  plenty of momey in the treasury,  and coiri, get more if we need it, on  favorable terms. Nothing is lacking 'bo change the name of British  Columbia from a "sea of raoaci:-  aiim-s," to a sea of grain or other  farm produce but a little assist-  aince granted 'at the right time to.  those who 'are eager to undertake  the tira/nisformationi. It costs money to clear land in this province,  but the land is the best on earth  when it is cleared. A little assistance at the start would enable the  people of our cities tu secure home  grown produce at reasonable prices.���������The  Interior  News.  HOUSE FOR RENT���������at Abbotsford  ��������� 6 rooms and pantry.   Good wtf-  er/ large -garden,   fenced,   fruit  ��������� trees.   Rent  $12, apply  to F. M--  Moisted, Abbotsford.  LIQUORS,   WINES   AND   X31GARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY      -  Cor. Essendene Ave. and Oscar, St.,  CITY  ^���������^UJJJUMAV^lLVMkLm  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  PECKHAM 8c HUTTON PROPRIETORS^  How are you fixed with your supply of stationery for the Fall  Business? Remember, there, is an old proverb which says"A  man is known by the company he keeps." To this has been  added the following, which is equally correct and meant especially for you "A merchant is known by the quality and  style of his stationery." Of course you wish to rank among  ^those who have reputations as good business men. Well then,  get your printing done at this office, where firstclass material  and workmanship are combined with right prices. The busy  season will soon be here, so get your orders in before the rush.  or  o s  BUTCHER ��������� _.:. . w  Pork, Mutton, }*eef, Veal, Pork Sausages,  Weimes  and Balogna always on hand.     Fish .every Thursday  Henderson &  (Associate   Members Can.   Soc. C. E.)  Civil Engineers  R.A.HENDERSON  B.C. LAND   SURVEYOR  Office,next P.O. P.O. Box J I  Eyeight Specalist  Manufacturing Optician  Does the Finest Optical   Work.  Medical men and others  pay tri ���������  bute to his skill.  793 Granville St. Vancouver  GaTden~toeects, to regard to tfodr  method of treatment, may bd divided  Into two classes namely, biting and  Bucking Insects. Biting Insects ��������� by  which are meant those that eat tne  he killed by giving them poisons,  mien as Paris green or arsenate of  lead. Sucking insects, which suck the  Juices from the leaves of ffce/.-pUuit,  must he destroyed by something that  will' stop the ^breathing-pores, like  soan-and-water  or  tobacco   preparar  M'QUa.;- :   '    ���������:.������������������   ' : ���������������������������-���������������������������������������������  ' **"*������������������*���������"^���������^^^^"^^^  ..������������������.: Semi-ready Suits .  To Special Order '  T F THERE Is no Semi-ready store In  1 your town you -may- li ave a Semi-readr  suit made to your special order howi patterns. Send 'or ?W������ Own!', wee  suits at $20, with style book and elf-  measurine forms.. Guaranteed. ^Sold at  the same price everywhere in Canada.  Have you seen the style book, Sri  One for youat Semi-ready Limited,  Montreal.  ,y, 0pttrt-rraIiBSallortt^.  : A. BEE'STON, MissiopCity.  You  may be  paid $50  in Cash for  improving your  walk like this ^  108 Canadian farmers will  receive cash prizes   (twelve  in  each Province) in our big  "3JH  1912 FARMERS', PRIZE  CONTEST  WE held a contest last year in which 36 prizes were  offered.    This year there will be three times as   many  prizes (108.) and therefore three times as many chances for you  to win one of them.     You do not have to use a large quantity of  cement to win a prize.      Many of last year's, prize-winners used  comparatively little cement  THE contest is divided Into three classes and In only  one of these '(Clan "A")  does the amount of  cement U6ed count In deciding prize .winner!. Clan  "B" is for doinjr the best concrete work (the size  makes no difference). Clan "C" is for sending In tho  best and-clearest description of how any piece of  concrete work was done.  THERE will be four prizes (First. -MQ} Second,  $25: Third, 515) Fourth, $10) in each class  In each Province. Thus you have only to com  pete with other farmers in your own Province,  and not with those in all parts of Canada. This  jives you the best possible chance to win a *>u  prize.    ' '. .    ���������  ' IT COSTS NOTHING TO' ENTER-There are absolutely no ,'strin*." to this offer.     Tbwe: li:no entry fee: or red tape: tepother  1912 Prize Contest," on a post card arid mail it to-day.    Address Publicity Manager^  1  Canada Cement Company Limited, 503 Herald Bldg.,  Montreal  ��������� .I Wi'V-'- T������j  %������&%  *m ABBOTSFORD POST,  ��������� ���������t^saass/^^x^t  Mir.  J. C. Youmg,  oi' Bellingham  spe/nt Tuesday ir/ town.  '  .   Mr. W. McKay, of Straiton, wa������  in town ojii Monday.    ���������  Messrs. W. P. Kerr and party of  six, liram Vaincouvier, spent Sunuav  me air   Abbotsford.  Mr. T. C. Jackson, Vancouver  was in 'town on business on Monday.  -mm-,,m.  font inflate Russ'i&d banker, who has  already been 4m tihe calaboose 'a*t  Madrid for Phie past 30 years. Ho  7VevoT gets any 'ward etiher -about  tihe g.'rrl who1 lis 'still in college ar.d  tos been there long enough tu,  complete 20 (post graduate courses  ���������and wttia wiasprohably m'mus lo  years olid wilncm( she started to get  am  education.  ���������Mr.  E. Ferguson, of Vancouver,  spent Thursday in town.   %   Mr, Lindsay Russell, of Vancouver, was Sin' town Thursday with a  inum'beir of buyers.  PRESERVING GROSS-TIES  ���������Mr. A. W-. Blarney, Vancouver, was  a visitor to Abbotsford on Wednesday.  Yob Ih'ave ita he meeds- it;  You advertise fit, he sees it?  Amd tlhie JBo'srj Ads sell it.  Mr.   W.   Campbell,   the   jeweller,  severnal      days      at   the coast  this week.  The Woman's Auxiliary of St.  Matthew's Church, Abbotsford are  prepared to funnisth Christmas caices  Puddings amid Mincemeat, all strictly 'home made. Orders may be'  sent to) Mrs, Boyd, either by mail  or 'pfhiop'e or personally. U sua I  prices. Your orders are respectfully solicited.  ,-Mr.  Greo.  Muinro,  of  Vancouver,  speait Saturday last in- Abbotsford  BORN.���������To1 Mr. a^d Mrs. (Jr.    H  Ketrr.  a   son.  Mir. Arthur Tayloir was in Vancouver  om  Wednesday last.  There is tc{ be a turkey shoot ir.  Abbotsford soon   ���������  A Big Orowdi Desired.  Every Friend Given Hearty m-  vitatioin.  Juisi5_ Keep Lookung. Merry.  Now Open Purse Quickly.  Ruin .Swiftly to\ TJinshelve Viankb  With Xtr.a Yainkee Zeal.  At J. F, Boydte ojn Tuesday, Nov.  26.  The apmial (replacement of cross  ties in Caniadia;n railway lines is  abput 10,000,000, . jaccO'ifaHng v '-to  statistics 'compiled 'by the. Porosity  Bran oh .of the 'Departme^ tof ':ha  Interior. The .average, life of a tie,  i.e., sevejnj years, could be prolonged ho 17 years if pproper preservative treatment -were adopted, and  an ainjrma'l saving o.f 350 million fuel  woaird, measure 'of timber could, be  effected. This is equivalent, lo  three years' cut iof oine of the very  Largest 'mills mi the country.  iWihiie     the  ' unitial -expense   or  oresiotc'iiig   would  ;bri,nig  tihe   coat  per   tie  finomi  58  to   93  cents,      ;t  would save $l,40d,OUO a/nnuaily.  Slince 1910 two tim ber-treating  pi alnt s hja-v e b een. e st ab 1: she d, tr c a t-  limg,'in 1911^ 206,209. ties, or 1.5 per  celnt.'of i'tJhel_itota'r-cut.   (  The miumlber iof; ties purchased in  the DiomCiniqn in 1911 was 13,683,-  the770. an ..increase of 4,469,808, or  48.5 'pea- .celn/t) 'over 1910.  .The rap'd development ,of railways m, tihe wester^ provinces :a  largely responsible for this Lrv-  c/rea-se.  Eighteen, "kiaiids of wood were  used. Jack pOne, .with (40 v p.c-jr.  cent.; t'amjarack, w,jtih; 19 percent.;  Dougfas Kir, used to; a very large  extern! inn new. electric lines in Bn~  t'isih Oolumlbl'a, with A4 peer cent,and  hemlock, With 12 per cent., were  the Teadems. A remarkable, change  is that of cedar, fri decreasing rrom  40 par .-ce<nt. to 5.4 per cent, of the  total.  tions should (not be delayed anj  locgar. An -old broom, a brush  antla pailful ,of whitewash will do  wanders iln itakijng care of the  walls of the house; while a sho/el  and a strong arm; will remove tne  filth frjom the floor and replace it  with good, fresh earth. Such work  ihas '.a telling leffeet^ on, the health  and thrift iof 'the stock, and at'thd  same time it gives a severe biow  to the operations of the dangerous  louse ' '  Do this work of nouse cleaning  thoroughly. Remove nests, rooSts  iind every fixture; give all a thor-  outh cleaning 'be-fare replacing. In  thvs w|ork kerosene is a vara able  article. Pour it over the roosts,  tin the weist 'boxes and in every  orack ,amd crevice, possible.  See to it that the house is properly ventilated; Ohat fresh air  cam freely enter, and that no bad  odors exist. '  It is always, easy to dispose oi  fine stock, either eggs or birds.  The tussie comes when ,one gets  down to the poor stock.  ���������Ma'uy.'do. fiffst) rate wti,h poultry  t'iUJt eomes to(- selli/ng the utoc'k.  a<nd th.en make.a miserable failure.  j-.ve fu'llyj-as.,mudh care to marketing aa to 'amy other part" of the  woirk. .     ���������. ���������    ���������    ~  Presbyterian Church Notice  Abbotsford  Pastor���������Rev.  J.  L.  Cam-ibell,   L.  A., B. D.  Services���������Sunday school   10  a.ni.  Public Warship 11 /a. m.  Teacher training class 3 p.m.  Public WoriShip 7.30 p. m.  Choiir Practice; Friday .8 p. in;  Meeting  for  Bible    Study     and  Prayer Wednesday 8 p. m.  Huntingdon  Sunday School, 2.15 p.  m.  Public   Worship 3.30 p.  m.  HARRON  BROS:  Emiiatmers rid Funeral 'tiiicni  Vancouver,  Office   and   chapel   ', 1034 Granv.'lia St., Phone 3486  North Vancouver, umce and  Chapel���������116 2nd St. Phone 13J.  Watch Abbotsford grow.  FOR SAALE���������5 young milch cows to  "freshen   from   the   27th   of   this  month.   Apply to R. OWEN, one  mile south of B. C. E. JR., .Mount  Lehman. ,  Christmas line of Jewe'lry, suitable'for Xmas Presents. Reserve  your lorder-for Campbell, the Abbotsford Jeweler, You know where  it is. ���������   L   ��������� <  Builder and Contractor  Estimates Given Free  Pidone Connection       Mission City  Dried Brewers'  Grain  In Any Quantity   ������������������  Great Feed for Dairy Cattle  Watch Abbotsford grow.  J. J. SPARROW, PROP.  Abbotsford ,  POULTRY NOTES  Do you realize. w|hat the Canada  of -iToMMwrow \wllIf be, >or' may reveal ? K  Do yoiu kinow.lt/hat'.Canada i.s only in t/heAiB.C. of her development ; tthjaJt heir7 nlaitural resources  a're an|ly beg(nfning to be dra'Vi  upan ; that hea". wheait farm us ouiy  beg|r.|n^ng to sihiow, its yield', that  moist of her millmeral "lands a.v.uit  .ex|)i;otia;t^o������i ajnri "fasjbipg.; that  her fruijtful fisheries are only be-  gjniming- ta yield their harvests of  the  sea?    ���������  ���������     ,  We may live, without - canscicv.ee  ���������aind . livje 'without .heairt; ., <.  We mfayjive witlhout poetry, muaip  ���������aibd  airt;  '  /; - -...'-  .-  We m'ay .lli',ve'|witlho.ut irienda, we  may .Iuv,e 'Withaut fads,.,   -  But busiimiess ,toid'ay( parinot live without ads/  Thei Wo/men's    Auxiliary'1-  of St  Matthew's Church, Abbotsford, will  Ihold their Third Annual Annivei1-  Hary Soojal at the residence of Air  J. F. /B'oyd,, oin Tuesday, Nov. 26.  This social will.be alphabetical  dm dhainaoter���������admi'ssiom being oiic  cent per .' letter of the person's  mame.  Refireslhiments will be served  ���������alpthiabetiically, also, at five cents  per letter.  Aipha'betLcal games amd contests  will funnislh entertainment.  If   i'S has wot a-keady  been  attended  to,   house-cleaniing  opera  FOR iSALE���������near Abbotsford, 40  acnes with" .'house, barn. .J125  per a,cr.eT'Wbuld^"subdivide. Apply to T. ITebbutt, Abbotsford, B.  Now is the time for the Purchasing of the  belt a heater or a new cook stove. The  winter may be cold.  Just arrived a fine consignment of  toilet sets at remarkably low prices. Also a fine line of linoleums. These are  the best ever offered in Abbotsford. The  prices are right.  -  How about a Lantern for dark winter nights?  Hardware and Furniture  Old  Spanish Swindle  Again  (Continued frqm Piage 2.)  detnee, but you oaini send a cablegram siigmjed witlh your full name  -^(not Uitteir���������to tihe mame of the  fiarvamit of my .protector, who will  deliver * it to me a/s soon as reserved to. kiaow if you received  this letter amd; .in/struct you in all  my   secret.  I charge yoiu absolute reserve.'!-  bout  thsi letteir,.  Awaiitirng y,o,uii' c'nible, 1 am dear  S'ir  Youre truly  GOLKOI' I'  ������yddi*/esa--  Ginain.   Bartojome,  Gemeiral Pordiinas Al,  <1 M-adtnild,   SSpa^ji.  If the prospectvie victim complies with the irequest aind "euds  a cablegram, tihe next step is to  linduoe ,him to forward sufficient  funds to get the prisoiner's 0'i������������  gage out <oji bonid, said luggage  wcintaLiniCng tihie mecessairy papers  tempo/waring Ihim bo teke hold of  the foa;tum������ of $210000 stowed away  ���������iju Ameriaa. If he sends on the  cofa that is the llajat he sees of it  amd the lfa/st he heairs of the an-  is Mowbray's Pork Pies. Have you  ever eaten one? There is nothing  like them in the Pie line.  ALBERT LEE. PROPRIETOR  Trees for  Young Nursery Stock, I and 2 years old. Apple Trees: 2 years old, 25c each; I year old,  20e.  APPLES���������Gravensteirr, King of Tompkins,  Wealthy, Northern Spy, Grimes Golden, Jonathan, all grafted on French Crab Apple Stock.  CRAB APPLES-Hysiop, late. Choice  lot of Clark's Seedling and Magoon Strawberries for sale at $5.00 per 1O00. Raised on new  beds.  rf>!  D. H. NELSON. Prop.  nd nursery  Abbotsford, B. C  ���������*i  .'���������<  'i  ���������  I  'I  i  'A  II  i  1

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