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 A  I  I  'I  * rw  I  ffl  1  fl  Is)  OCT 'U 1912  ''I  m  ffi&s-  J  i  'I  |r  '1  ir  i-;g  ���������i  jl|  3ft<  1  B  1:  Hr-  1  :li  ������  V'l  T*  \.W  #,&  km  Hi'  Bfl.'  OFFICIAL PAPER OR THE GRAND.LOYAL.ORDER OFBOOSTERS  Vol. V., No/22.  ABBOTSFORD, B. C, FRIDAY, OCT. 11, 1912  8  .00 PER YEAR  j MATSQUI, COUNCIL.  Board   of Traded Decides on  Six -or More  >Lights  f  *\  or a  /  Noted, for Fresh  Groceries and  Choice Blends of .Teas  A Full  Line  of  Dry Goods,  Boots  and  Shoes at  Special Prices  Leave your order for preserving: peaches, $1 crate  V,  Tho/;Abbotsford .Sumas"'Board of  Tr ade ��������� held- ��������� their regular meeting  on ' iMofnday-   evening- Jlast) in'- itho  board. rooms with. a ..'good ^attendance. ,..    '    ; ���������" '._,; :  ��������� The minutes of .the previous meet  ing were read -and.Adopted;  .- a number of communications' were  ordered-naswered.- while   a:.."rrum--  ber,. of. others were ordered filed.-  Jj A. Bartonj-by-the-iri-atuafc'-cpn-'  sent of the, board,, became a .member.   Mr. C. HilL-Tout reported that,  he had taken, up,the matter of-the  Hazel street crossing with the.railway, commission at Vancouver, at  their meeting there and that, they  had promised that the street-would,  be opened.   The B. C. E. R. had already consented to> putin ja.ccrdsr  sing there, while he had the,, assurance  that the  crossing  would  be.  opened across the C. P. R. > There-  port was received favorably, by -the  board.  - The question of lighting the loan  then came up for discussi'u and-Mr,  J;; Higginson was /appointed to.in-  terview the people .and secure subscriptions for the paying of* ith������  lights. It was agreed' that-*for a  start some six JigMs would-be., enough. Each light is to cost $i.7Z "  per month and they will J>urn. all  night. The Canada Power company  will furnish the juice for that a-  mbunt. It was- decided for tha  board that an agricultural .meeting  be called for Saturday October 19tli  at 1 o'clock. It is desired, ,that .a"  large attendance be present.  ABBOTSFORD  AGAINST GLEN VALLEO  J  On Saturday list tha football boys  journeyed to Gl&n Valley to'play  the team of that place. It was. indeed some football, arid the local  b.oys o,f course came out with the  highest score,, being in fine fettle  for the day. The score resulted 4  to %     ,L r   , ,  Tupper McPhee opened the.scor  ing about five minutes after.- the,  game started, while the other scores  w^re made for Abbotsford on the.  second half.. Cyril Harrop ^secured,  the second two.^scores, while,Jd^L.  Brown made the 'fourth about ten  minutes .later.  Glen Valley , made one in <th&  first and the other in the second  half. ��������� ...��������� " ''  Mrs. Ben Nelsqn an 3 her eldest  daughter returned last week from  Chicago where they spent some six  weeks visiting friends. J  1 The regular-.meeting was held'in  ^���������,tihie ' ���������miuiniic'ipaL <hiall  otn  Saturday^.  Setplt-.^28,'-wiitlh 't-hereeve'in the chair  and Oo(u(n. ��������� Roberts ^ absent ,on -ac^  ooumlt-of isickness.    '���������' <  The miniates-of the pirevious'meet-  ,ing. were xead and adopted.  Oofmmunication'S��������� ���������  FinomL Cleveland., &, Cameron requesting-that (plains of subdivisior  Oif-tlhie IS. E. % .ofjsedliion 8vand,the  S. E. 'M 'of- 'section 9, township .14,  be returned .las the time had. elapsed when they could be registered  The< clerk, was instructed bo'return  them.  PromT, Colleft, asking .that,he  be allowed a refund of -thei. differ  ene'e between the wild land-.taxeg  and <tflite real properly taxes ,oh; a  part ,<of tlhe N. E. %_ of'section ������1,*  township"13. ' The council ruled that  no"' refund could be made aia the  land wais not approved Wiken-. the  assessment was made.-- The same  decisiion was rendered regarding  a isimilair-application friom Thomas  Adair, re tlhe eajsft half )o������ the N. ������E.  M"'bi section 22, 'township \16>  ' Fmo<m,.H. .Rose, secretary of 'the  Uniioin of Britislh .'Columbia- Municipalities, requesting tlhat the. lioun-  .cil send in ..the, resolutions: which  they ' wished, .brioiught1-befocre the  convention wlhich would toe held in  Revelsitoke on the 22nd .and -23rd  of October; also bhaltj full represeut  a'tioin 'be sent,- 'The reeve was appointed a delegate and resolutions  affeotiing sab division plans and mun  icipal ownersihip of telephone sys-  temis anid 'the high charges .of survey ops ��������� were passed, and .ordered  forwarded, .  . Fittoin the ,Wes:tenn, Canada Power  Opmjpany Limlited', asking that they,  be allowed the use off both sidea ot  -the ipoad from /Clayburn "Station;.to  Abboibsforid as-lit would be danger-  'ous tlo Ihjave.the line for lo.cal.power  .and-Jiglhit .omthe.isiaime side as that  ,of jtlhe line of heavy voltage,., - Tup  council allowed tihe request, but foi  thi-s piiece of roa'dVanily.  ; F������'dm(''Donald- Stewart an,d four-  teecn cufchers asking that the sum of  $200 be expended ont'he Wright  (road to comjpleie tlhe gravelingun-  dertaken by tlhe government, prom  ising to haul- -slabs to (finish tht^  work if the appropriation; were not  sufficient.   Request was-granted.  . From Joseph Campbell, stating  that the roadi-beiing1 constructed on  ;tihe west side 'of section L10,, town-  eih)ip>14 enoroache'd' on' his property,  and he intended closing the. same  and asking what compensation the  council intended Itio pay'for the dam  age wlhich. he claimed' he iha,d; sustained. The ireeve stated he would  interview, Mr. Cajmjpbell, ajs he.in-  tended-going to 'town in the, ueai  future and would try to effect a  settlemenit; of 'the right of ,way for  the road a;s oonistrructed.  From the Glen Valley Land Company, stating that they intend mak  ing. improvements on the S. E, % of  Section; 8,-,an;d the "S. ��������� W^ oif\see-  tion 9, township, 14, part'.ofj wnioh  would be the opening-'up ,ofi:roavls,  and asking if this work-would be  accepted as Improvements* The  The council decided that such work  would be accepted as improvemcr.ts  until these rodas would be gazetted or registered on a plan ofouo-  division, ���������  Busy Session of Publicity Bureau Held at Haney  on Tuesday  (Continued on Pag������ Two.)  (From Fraser Valley Record)  '' The 'piosilpoined   meeting   of   the'  Fraser Valley Publicity Bureau was  held at Haney soln Tuesday last and  migQut. fae-'considered   one   of; the  midst enlllhusiiasitic 'meeting yet. held  by   (tlhe bureau ! and    the business  done guarantees the success of the  bureau^   The   organization   of   the  bureau  wais practically  completed  for 'fahe'-present'/"A" bureau of-this'1  kind will na'turally have ,b,o expand  and tlhe 'bylaws will have o.boi be  a-  mended according  to the  growth'  of tithe 'bureau. -,'  In tih;e���������ab3en'ce of the president  Mr. Nels. Lougdieed was voted to  tlhe chair.- flVIr*. Marmont," the secretary, read 'tlhe" minutes .of tthJ  meeting 'held at' Huntingdon, of  Avihdch this meeting '"was the ,pos't-  pioned meetings These minutes  were ad/opted as read.-  The nfotice re the assessment of  the various boards of trade and the  councils w,as*reiad and after discus--  sioin was withdrawn and the follow,  ing. adopted in its place; Tha I the  Fraser. Valley- Municipal Publicity-  Bur eau-qcrnisist iOf members elected  by tlhe iniunicipal /councils and the  boards of trade of each municipality, one member to be elected ny  each body.  The above simply worded resolu- .  lion will, it is believed overcome all  difficulty re the 'representatiou on  ���������tlhe b/ciard of publicity.  Tlhe following was also added to  tlhe GGiijis'.ituti'on; That the executive 'consist iof -nine members tof be  elected by tlhe bureau at the annual  general meeting^-Membership ''n .  the bureau shall consist of election of representatives from munic--  ipalities, districts or townsites or  boards of trade in tlhe Fraser Valley from Hope to tihe mouth of the -  Fraser River.  The assessment to be not less  than five dollars per month payable in advance. .  The following executive were elected : '���������'������������������-  N. Lougheed, Maple Ridge; Ot-  way Wilkie, New Westminster; J.  A. Bates, Mission; W. R. Miller,  Hunttiingld|on and 'Sumas; iR. <SV,f:  Hulbert, Ooqultlam; G. Dennis, Lad-  ner and Delta; W.' Bridge, Rich-  m'ond; Chas. Hope, Langley, and  Oounciilor Murplhy of Surrey.  .It. was moved and seconded that  the'office 'of third vice president  be declared vacant and open for  election. Councillor L. A. Marmout  of Goquitlam was appointed.  There  was  considerable   discussion*, in regard to ������t3xe main object of  tihe bureau and it was finally decid  ed in order to make the matter  very plain to the  gener;al (pubi'e  (Continued on the last Page)  \ ������  m  {WW.**"'  *. ,������VVJ--.i.M tf&E ABBOTSFORD POST,  ABBOtfSFORD, B. &  >-������.  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  Published   every   Friday   by    the   Post  Publishing- Comppuy.  .   A weekly Journal devoted'to the Interests of Abbotsford and suu binding district.  f  Advertising Rales made know., "n application, t-  LEGAL ADVERTISING���������12 cents per  line for first Insertion, and 8 cents a line  for all subsequent consecutive insertions.  Our Shibboleth���������Neither lor nor agin'  the   Govornment.  FRIDAY,   OCT.  II.    1912  It' is pleasing that the board of  trade had such a successful meeting on Monday last. What the  board can do for this town! is not  to be estimated in dollars amd cents  It can do a lot v,and< if fully alive  to the situation will be the^ meana  of putting Abbotsford on the map  for all future tim'e.  One of the  mabters  brought up  at the board and: dealt with should  receive the support of every property holder in the town.   ,We reier  to. the  lighting  of  the town.   Six  lights sure is   a  small num;bei\ out.  it is  a  start.   Once this number, of  lights have been subscribed for and  in running order there will undoubt  edly  be  other  lights  that  will  be  wanted, and wll be subscribed for.  "We are of the opinion now< that a  rate   has   been   secured   from- the  company, that there are people m  Abbotsford that will guarantee one  light  each.   The  cost  is  but little  when the convenience is considered.  When Mr. Higginson goes around  to secure subscriptions it is to be  hoped that he will be recieved in  such a manner that.he will beabifc  to'say to the board andf the company that the town will have twice  the number of lights that it was  at first thought or planned.  that the heart desires. The child  with the most, toys is the least  contented. And in this case above  all others the child is father of the  man.  "Men-a/ndi women are forever  wanting^ A new car, or a-' new  house, - a new horse, or a neu  franchise, a new set of furs, or n  new hat, and in the United States  particularly a 'new husband or a  newt wife And 'when "the want is  gratified the happiness it brhigu ih  momentary and 'selfish.  "Unquestionably it is true tnat  rich people are becoming more plen  tiful than ladies and gentlemen.  Vulgar individuals decorated with  precious stones sail'down our city*  streets or crowd our drawing rooms.  And our eyes are so dazzled, that  we c/verlook their defects as men  and women, and yearn to gov anu  do likewise.' The country Is full  of people who are cultivating a  champagne taste on a beer salary.  Their determination to get rich overrides ail morality, all reason���������and  there are consequences, often rude  and terrible.i"���������Saskatoon  Star.  D, G. M. Martin of New Westminster wil lvisit the A. F. & A.  M. on Tuesday .October 15th . and  will examine, the officers and! if  found correct will order dispensation for the new, lodge.  MATSQUI COUNCIL  (Continued From Page One)  THE CRAZE FOR MONEY  If 'we could "blot out the; mental  impressions that the possession of  money  necessarily  brings   happiness, fewer cases of embezzlement  would reach the police court, so  thinks the Toronto News.   "But if  is   drummed  into   our   ears Jrom  childhood   that  getting  money  is  the proof of sccessfuul living, that  the man deserving of our imitation  is one who by any meansv has amassed    a    million   dollars.   So   we  have books on "Success and How  to  Win   if���������page   after   page   of  warmed-over  platitudes,  unctuous  with the oil of patronage.   We listen op en mouthed to stories of real  estate Bales where the profit reach  ed   almost   fabulous ipercentagcd.-  We look even reverently upon cue  vulgar    pile    of   brack and   stone  which some financial marvel" has  erected, under the impress' n that  it   is   'a   "honfei"   Magazines print  portraits of   millionaires   by   the  twelfth of   a   gross^   We get life  stories of successful men, column  after  column^   Is  it  any   wonder  that  t^he   great   majority .pi iour  young'people begin to believe that  the ability to own  a  six. cylinder  car  or to "wear diamond buckles  ion their suspenders is  the stamp  of true noibility?       ���������  "Canada is an exipanddng country.   Opportunities for wealth gec-  (ting are plentiful.   Any man with  a  modicum of'business sense and  with decent treatment can do well,  can live in peace and plenty/and'  can acquire enough to assure him  against penury in declining years.  Hundreds ,of men with the genus  for   money   making   will   pile up  great fortunes..   But money is not  the   end  of  living,.,   Neither  ia it  necessary for our peace  of mind  that  we  should  have  everything  Road   Appropriations���������  $50 towards draining the Skouge  road. I   i     ..������--���������  $50 on the old Riverside ;road,  from the Yale1" road- north to the  Great Northern tralck. -  $125 towards- clearing the ditch  on the Hallert ro'ad east /.of the  slough. ."        i. , ,  Bi'.ls passed foir Paymamf1���������  Pbi'.ip Ross, Sinclair road, $31.05:  H. F. Page, on account of. the proposed 'Smi'.h-Jameis ro.ad, ..$30.0j. E  Wil-i'-e,   $30.63,   E.'  Phillips,, $39,  T.  .White, $27, John ,Wh>tte, $43.50, H.  ���������Fowles, $9*75, work on White Hill ;���������  Wm.  Merryfield, - $25.; T. W. .Roberts, $25; T. H. Lehman, $25 ,vW. J.  Ware, $25; Chas, 0>D Bell, $25;, 3rd  quarterly   indemnulty;   G,   K.   Burnett, .surveying the road  through  D. L. 407 and 408, $46.55; H. J. A.  Burnett, on account 1912 audit, $20;  B. ,C. Gazette, seven copies ol Election   Act, i$l.������75;  -Eraser .Valley  Record,  printing  and  advertising,  $31|24;   Ross   &  Lapp,   lumber  for  Ward 1, $14,28 ; Walter Brown, cutting noxious weeds, $9; J. E. Israel,  $one day as constable, $3; W.. Barrett,  $13,150,  W. Cottman,  $15;  W.  S. Hiil-Tout, $1.50; Harold Hill-Tout  $30; 'P. J. Fisher, $3-; J; N. Whyte.  $30. jWm. Higginson, $22.80;, Clear-  brook road; Angus MacLean, grav  eliing Lee road, $35.75; Jas. Towlan  $350*5 j M. Makweis, $8.25;  W. Kir-  kins, $3438; Dan Nicholson, .$2o.8s;  George  JMcCallum,   $45:50>; \E.   VV.  King,  $35.'75; John. Israel,  $72; A.  Plant, '$72'; E. Plant, $72, graveling  Lee  read; 'Abbotsford   Timber   a  Trading   Co.,  Ltd.,   lumber,   Ward  3, $12.13; Murdoch MacLean, $52.50,  W. Lipsccmbe, $24; ^7. Acorn, $45.-  75, Burgess road; A: Schroeder,lay  ing planks on bridge on Nicholson  r-oa-J, $1.35; Frank Smitti, caps and  fuse, Ward 2, $1..60; H. K-WaAkius,  cutting noxious weeds Ward 3, $78.-  60; Jos. E.Smit'h,; grading the Fore  road, $104.40; R. Ro'bb and A. Beaton,  ihauing  cinders   on   Aberdeen  road, $50; R. Maidhell, makln.g fill;  on BelMuoad, $18,90; J. Conroy, $30,  Harry  Fowles,   $19.50;  P.   Conroy,  19.00, work Von Glenmore road; A.  E. Sharpe, work on the Abbotsford-  Ciaybar.n  read,  $100;  John   Knox,  $50, work on iSim, road; Qar\.Poig-  nan:t, work on Poignant road, $iy,  Roy Leihmam, one c^ay as constable,  $3;   Jesse  Lehman,   $72.(95;   R. ,L\  Brough, $61*50; M. E. Brough, $6i.-  50; Dan Caldwell, $46.50, Jesse Cnau  pell,  $55.50;  Jo.Yihn   Smith,   $61.50,  P.   Muirlhead,  $58.50;   John   Olsen,  $102;j Henry Fredericksou, $66; P.  Jorgeson, $15, Pemjberton road; J.  Croy, repairs Pembertom road, $2.25,  A. O. lihcmson, ,$2.50; Cunningham  Hardware  6a\  $8.20;  T.  J.  Trapp  & Co., powder, $J75.45; Cunningham  Hard ware, Co..!,. nails, $2,  -^eso lint ions Introduced and paa-  red��������� , .  Tdiat Mr. -W. -Elllottls services as  .-liable for "tlhe municipality bo  di;pense-l witlh and he (be requested  to sent in h'is^adge and handcuffs  forthwith.' ���������        '   ' ���������        ',  ThaU W. Elliott's contract on the'  approach ito the Matsqui bridge be  cancelled.  That the council endorse the ac-  liori Of reeve in instructing Councillor Bell lo secure a foreman and  the necessary. h/?lp to famish the  work of. repairing tihe approach-to  tflie Matsqui bridge.  That1 Councillor Roberts be empowered tor complete the wofk on  the LeFeuvre ' road between the  Yale <i<cjald and tlhe Great Northern  track.. (   .  ir Tihat the clerk write to .the C.  N. P. R- Go. an'd request that .a  crossing be established at the bell  r'oad. f  ���������' " ,  That the C. N. P. Railway, Co. be  ondered to put tlhe various .road  c,rciso..ig8 .in good repair. -  ' That the C. P. R. be requested  to repair the crossing at thei llal-  ���������1 feint Iroad'; ''  That the offer of H. VF, Page of  fencinig tlhe ISraflth road for $1 per  i*od be accepted.   - .  Tha''! P. Conroy be awarded ihc  eomtradt for ilpult(iing -.-in a culvert  and making a fill on bhe. Downei  r'oad Oo. do away with the bridge  far the sum of $280, provided Mr.  W. Elliott does not object to a,diversion on <his property; this work >  is in lieu of Ihis tender on thebridg������  tihe work to be done tcC the sati3.-<  facli':-n of the council.  That the following plans of sub  division be accepted: (1) The west  92163 acre, part of the N.W.' %   ofl  seciiion 23, township .16; - (2) parti of  D.. L. 204, Gp. ,2 (Clayburn  town-,  site); nad of legal subdivisional m  seetii3n -26 triad the 19.6 acres, part  of the NM'.'M of sectioni" 23, township 16, when the final plans are  sent in -for signing.  <; Bylaws��������� .-   ��������� '  -'The Western Canada Power Company, Ltd., light and power bylaw  was amended by addingthe woras  "and the Sim road" after the; word  "tracks" in line 18 of section; 10 of  the articles of agreement. As thus  amended it passed third reading  The Matsqui ������������������Water By-law was  amend.ed by adding sections 9 and  i'0r'," SeciiDn 9 is as folfows: Tae  corporation of the District of Matsqui shall have the right of purchasing the assets of the Matsqui; Dykr I  ing District Water Works Company  Limited, when the company wishca  to sell the same, the purchase price  to be idecided by arbitration.  ���������Section 10 is as follows: . The  company/ 'hereby covenants arid a-  g.rees to and with the corporation  that they will pay. the costs,, charge*,  and expenses of and incidental to  the ��������� preparation and execution of  this,agreement amd the preparation  of the bylaw to authorize the council of the corpiortaian to execute  the same, and the costs,, charges  and expenses Inourred by reason  of the fsuibmissdoai of this bylaw ,to  the election for their assent.  As thus amended the bylaw  passed the third reading.  It was decidW by motion to hold  the elec'ir^om the_a.b.ove-mention-  ed bylaws on Saturday, October 13,  1912, the clerk to be the^-returnlni;  officer with /power to appoint the  deputy returning, offficers and the  "polling places as follows:  Wardl���������-The  Municipal Hall  and  the told schQolhouse at Aberdeen.  ,Ward 2���������the Orange Hall at Mt  Lehman.  Ward 3���������Clayburn Pownslte and  some suitable house near Abbotsford, to'bte arranged for.  Ward 4���������MajtsquiI Village Hall.  ���������Byj resolution the clejk was empowered to exercise the powers pos  sessed by the assessor in talcing the  statutory declarations of changes of  ownership of ipacopemty.  Only persons possessing property  will have the riigbjt to vote; on the  bylaws and the lis't will be1 c-ljsod,  five clear days before the day of  voiting.  The' counci Mhen adjourned to  meet on Friday the 14th inst.  f  There was a young girl at Pike's Peak,  Who, with her lover went driving last week,   ;  When lo! the. neck yoke, flimsy center, ft broke,  And with a crash, in a jiff, all went over'the cliff,  , With a terrible clatter, their remains they did scatter.  While away to its goal, flew each little soul.  Let us give you a poke���������if they had used a  Little Giant or a Mountaineer Yoke '  Their address this week, instead of heaven, would still be  Pike's Peak. '  BUY ONE FROM  B. J. GERNAEY  ABBOTSFORD,  B.   C.     r  AbbotsforcL  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 Cool 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  Hardware   Co,  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  Jas. Elliott Manager  If you are looking  for Bargains in  9  See M. L McPHEE  Insurance-Fire and life  Telephone Connection  one half mile from centre of the town |  New six room house with fire place.. \  Barn 16x30; 100 fruit trees;small fruits  of all kinds ;nice creek running through.  RESTAURANT, including building and lot for sale.  Down to rock bottom prices. $400 cash and balance  to suit purchaser.  Apply for terms and price to  c^alium  ;'TTV(rii'.'ii'-i rrf-i n-n nf-rT'T- 1/  ^  I  Safe'  fl.v  M  H*"V"V    11 |l    I       ���������   I'   1      M    "  '   T -  $HB A^BOVSFORD JbOSt,      AfeBOTSFORi), B C,  For the wet Weather  Rain Coats - $4.00 to $10.00  Oil Clothing, per garment $2.10 to $3.00  Rubber Boots -       $4.00 to $7.50  Umbrellas - $1.25 to ij>2.00  GEO.   C.   CLARK,Abbotsford,B.C.  i.   ,;_!���������  COMMERCIAL  HOTEIi  j Mcelroy a co.  LIQUORS,   WINES  AND   CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  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.  otsfor  OS  FOOTBALL  BOYS WIN  t������e  I  HOT  ABBOTSFORD, B. CI  Strictly first-class in every respect.   The bar is  stocked with the best of wines, liquor and cigars,  RATES,  $i:50 TO  $2.00 PER  DAY  PECKHAM 8c HUTTON PROPRIETORS  (Associate  Members Can.  Soc. C. E.)  Civil Engineers'  R. A.HENDERSON  b; c. land surveyor  Office, next P. O.  P. O. Box 11  MONTREAL.  THE STANDARD Is the National  Weekly Newspaper of the Dominioi-.  of Canada. It Is national in all its  aims.  It uses the most expensive engrav-  : ings, procuring the photographs from  all over the world.  ' Its articles are carefully selected and  its editorial policy is ' thoroughly  independent.  A subscription to The Standard  costs $2.00 per year to any address in  Canada or Creat Britain.  TRY IT FOR 1912!  Montreal   Standard   Publishing   Co.,  Limited? Publishers,  Eyeight Specalist  Manufacturing Optician  Does the Finest Optical  Work.  Miedical men and others  pay tribute to his skill.  793 Granville* St.  Vancouver  About Cigarette Paper  Of   the   great   army   of   cigarette  smokers there is probably not more  than  one  In  a hundred   who  knows  that rice paper, in which the tobacco  'is wrapped, has nothing  to do with  rice, but is made from the membranes  of the breadfruit tree, or, more commonly,   of   fine   hew   trimmings   of  flax   and   hemp.     So   light   is   this  paper that 500 of "the tiny sheets go  to  make  an  ounce.    They  are  perfectly combustible,  and  givei off thy  ���������minimum of_smoke.  Semi-ready Suits  at $15 and *20  LOOK for the price���������and name���������������ewn  in the pocket���������alway������ the lame.  Ask your Clothier and send for style  book and sample of " King's Own"  Serge at $20. Send directtoSemi-ready,  Limited, Montreal,' for book entitled  "Sir I" If yon cannot get It In town.  (Prom Fraser Valley Record)  'The above match was played' at  Deroche on ���������Saturday last, on the  grounds of..Mr. (P. Tremblay. A  large'number of spectators .wLtmea-  sed one of the best games of Ihe  season.  Abbotsford 'kicked    off *and   at  once became' aggressive,    but the  Deroche  backs proved    equal    to  the occasion, Smith aind McMicking  being particularly prominent.   The  Deroche forwards then took up the  attack aind- shots   from Howie,   C.  Anderson   aud' McNeil   were successfully handled by the Abbots-  ford custodian,'.)   Deroche still continued to press, amd   a   fast shot  by- H.vAnderson was handled"by-the  Abbotsford1- back  in- the   penalty  area.,'   C. Cooper took the kick and  a - goal resulted..-Immediately afterwards Davit't was'successful with  a long shot, which the goalkeeper  misjudged, and Deroche were two  goals up.[   Time after time the Abbotsford, forwards  tried  tov penetrate the Deroche defence, bat C.  Cooper, McMicking and Davitt were  in grand- form..  Half time arrived  with Deroche leading  by  two  to  nil.   After ������the lemon interval some  exciting play was Been.   The Deroche forwards led by McNeil, H.  Anderson and' Home, gave a good  exhibition _of the passing game, and  the Abbotsford goal was repeatedly dn danger.   After S, Malcolm and  "Home had ''dribbled the ball nearly  the length of the field the latter  passed 'toi McNeil, '^who' cleverly eluding several 'opponents scored  a  grand goal.   From the kick-off the  Deroche forwards, now combining  beautifully,  made  another  attack,  but  the Abbotsford back  with .a  ta-emen'dou'sf kdck,L sent the ball.up,  the field,  >a' forward fastened on  to Hie ball and aeoj-ed for A.bbot%-  f ord; offside'Was appealed for but  the , referee gave in favor of the  viisitorsv. Soon, after   the   whistle  sounded for no-side, leaving Deroche winners by three goals to one  Deroche aret o <be congratulated  on their fin? 'play and thoroughly  deserved to winj For the wmnetb  C.| Cooper, McMicking, Davitt and  Smith: played -a.grand game, and  it is interesting to note the.im--.  provement in their, forward Lino.  The brothers Anderson and Malcolm also did some very fine work  Mr. E. Clayton as referee was aa  ���������usual popular 'With {the visiting.:  side, and Der<oche are fortunate to  have such an experienced referee  and" trainers A '-word of thanks ,id  due to Messrs Smith and Copley  for-'tj'h&ir'Interest in the club, alpo'  to Mr. P. Tremblay for providing  ���������such a beautiful playing a tea,  Messrs.-.Copper land Parke siiouTd  also be mentioned for entertaining  the teams at-lunch.). We shall hear  more of the Deroche Football club.  SERINS ILLUSTRATED  BY MOVING PICTURES  The moving picture machine has  now found its way into churcli in  some\ western states where its educational value has been recognised.! To be sure it is only, the more  "progressive" clergymen who have  adopted the new idea, but one of  the big film producing concerns  of New York feels so iconfident  that the demand for films of religious copies will become general  that it has sent Its manager to London to gather da'ta for religious  ideas from the British Museum, arid  frcm other sources.  Those clergymen who have adopted the moving picture as an, aia  to. their work;the.manager explain  ed in an interview, "make, use of  the pictures to illustrate their sermons,   The   films, -of   course,   are  chiefly biblical  scenes,   and  illu's-  .trate  certain   scriptural J:exts - to  which} appropriate sermons can, be  readily adapted.   The principal par  pose of the innovation, aB I understand it, Is not so much; the simplifying of the parson's task as it-is  the drawing of young men in to the  evening services.', By giving Ihem  something ota (beneficial character it ia hoped to stimulate, their  interest in church ;go!ng generally  in addition to giving them real entertainment,   combining   both  .religious and 'moral instruction.  So far the Congregational church  has shown the greatest activity in  the novel departure, but it must  not be inferred thalt every sacred  edifice o 'fthe denomination is to  be Itfarned 'into a moving picture  theatre^ The real motive behind  the whole scheme is simply to make  the 'conventional sermon more.attractive ��������� to the ' non-churchgoer,  "thereby helping 'him, and at the  same time adding to the church attendance.  Each of the Two Great World's Oil  Trusts Hare a Large Number of     *  Private Detectives to Watch  Each Other.  Ooqoiitlam is.'ito 'have an Orange  L'Old'geu( Mr. J'.W. Whitley, the organizer fior Uibja-t order'in this; province, is alt present busy at w,ork.  The/ Methodist church has also  takne the matter up, and in addition to- illustrating the regular  Sunday services, many of the pastors are planning the installation  of moving picture exhibitions in  the recreation rooms, of the church  es, changing the bill nightly. They  hope by this means to keep^ yourig  irirLs and boys from visiting th������3  cheap theatres which are condemned as immoral and dangerous Id  their influence on the young."  Ther-County 'Board of Chicago ia  also making trial of the cinema to-  graf'.as" a reformative agent. A  machine has been set up in the  juvenile detwention home and the  eighty boy and gir linmates w/jre  recently entertained with pictures  of 'the Coronation Durbar in colors. This unique effort to improve  the morals of the city's delinquent  children has 'been warmly endorsed  by socia'L'ogical experts as-, a step  in the right ddreetionl.).. It is argued thjat it children whq have,  gone slightly astray can have their  minds taken from the sordid things  of (life at reasonable intervals they  are bound in time to become better men, and womejn.  In old days, before Patent Acts had  been passed to confer well-deserved  monopolies upon inventors, the man  who discovered a new process in the  arts or In mechanics took the most  elaborate precaution's to guard it.  He worked behind locked doors; hla  workmen were' put under oath not to  reveal tihe process, and were searched  when' going out, while all visitors  were rigorously- excluded.  ' The busuness spy of those days had  to resort to the most elaborate disguise, and he practically carried his  life in his hands. The man who, in  1770, stole' the famous Huntsman process for making steel, got access to  the Attercliffo works under the guise  of a half-frozen tramp, who begged  admission one bitter winter night.  " To-day the" owner of a patent is  protected by law from, infringement  In every country in the world, yet  the trade' spy is far more numerous  than he was,a century ago.  The Oil business  There has been, and is, war in the  oil'trade.    The  two great companies  ��������� one of  which  draws   its   supplies  from America, tlie other from Russia  ��������� have been cutting prices.  Part of the campaign ��������� the most  'important part ��������� Ls conducted by  spies. The Standard Oil, it is said,  employs no fewer than eight' hundred  secret police, many" of whom act as  paid employees in the works' of the  rival company.  Thus the rival oil companies are  kept informed of the yield of their  enemies' welis, of the names of their  customers, the wajjes they pay, and  particularly of the prime cost of. the  carriage of their products -to the  various  markets.  In England, many of the great  wholesale firms have their own corps  of secret pci'.ice. There is at least  o^e. Lriii of whisky manufacturers .  whose secret agents constantly visit  the retainers, their object being to see  that no inferior substitutes are offered to 'customers in piace of -their own  brand. ��������� ���������'*  ;  The owners of wc-M-Iiuown brands  of patent articles, such as soap, drugs,  motor-car tyres, ecc, also send round  men, whom they ca;l "inspectors," to  see that Uie retail fir., a do not sell  their products below tlie advertised  prices.  How Dressmakers Suffer  The worst sufferers from trada  spies are the fashionable dressmakers.  Very large pivces are i.a:d to the  artists who design new fashions In  ladier,' dresses, and these, of course,  can be registered, and so protected.  Firms, however, Liia-t e.-uier cannot  or will not pay the Lest artists are  always on the leck-out for these designs as soon as thoy appear; for, by  making a few mvial alterations, they  elude the copyright, and so manage to  profit dishonestly by the brains of  others.  MAXUFACTUaED  .MILK  Cows are not numerous in Japan,  but the Japa-ose are fend of milk,  and to rreot this dornn.ad in the 'face  of a natural shortage chey long ago  put their wits to work and evolved  a product that the 'average person  cannot distinguish from the regular  dairy  article.,  The artificial milk is derived from  the soja bean. ' The bcaus are first  soaked, then boiled in water, presently the liquid turns white; sugar  and phosphate of potash in proper  quantities are added, and the boiling  continued until a substance the thickness of molasses is obtained. This  fluid'/'corresponds very accurately  with ordinary ccideuLed milk; and  when water.-is added cannot be.told  from fresh. If the present rise In the  price of British milk continues we  can foresee a big run on soja beans.  Now, Mr. Milkmant beware^ *  TUB ABBOTSFORD POST,  r<  "*���������.->?-, ���������-/..-*. h>.-<w*jsS^J������*' --"���������'*���������* '"<< I"''  ey.i/iSf������������  Mrs. Iletheringtan and Miss Rita,  ,   her- daughter, leave tomorrow for  v rScotLnad.   They go, by the C. 1\ R.  ; to Quebec and by ope ofl th'e" lira-  , press steamships to Glasgow.  At a large meeting of the, citiz-  7 ens of-Huntingdon held on the 27th  ; it was decided to "build a Presby-  : terian church in that growing town.  Three sites have 'been offered the  ��������� board jof managers.   At a meeting  .  of the building .committee held on  ,. the '8th it was decided fo, build   -a  . church of cement blocks and $500  was subscribed by the committees  i to head the subscription list.  The  otsfo  Mrs. Yenny of Abbotsford was  i the guest of friends at Mission City  , on Sunday;       '���������    L   t ���������-  Mr.  Prank  Mu/nroe. of  Hunting-  \ don was in tow,n on Thursday.  Messrs. C. E. Mink and C. A. Porter  of  Vancouver   are   spenidg   a  ������,.f.ew;days hunting at. Atkie Lodge  Bread, Buns, Cakes, Kisses, Cream Puffs  Wedding Cakes a specialty.  Fresh Cakes. Every Day f  Try our homemade taffy, 25 a pound  Now is the time for the Purchasing of the  ALBERT LEE, PROPRIETOR  Mr. H. A. Howe, having finished  his harvest���������the digging, of his potato crop���������hiked himself. away to  the happy hunting ;grounds for , a  few, days good shooting.  r  ������������������      a    ''  ..Mr, M. L;: McPhee, who has been  sick at tlie hospital at Newi Westminster, has returned home feeling  -much better.  ,. Mr, M. L. Brown, of the Royal  .���������"-(Bank, .intends  to  take   a   trip  to  Cumberland, V. I., on Saturday af-  ' ternoon to visit 'his parents there  Mr.   and  Mrs.   Bishop   ,of tKam-.  loops' are the guests of.Mr. landMrs..  '���������'���������'' fW   .Campbell.      Mr.   Bishop   is    a  ..printer on the Kamlooips 'Sentinel.  The Parmer's Institute of Sumas  ,��������� Prairie will hold their regular meet  .. ing on the 20th for the: purpose -of  ��������� -the election of officers.  A good attendance is requested. ���������  Mr.   H.   Oemrod  iof   Sh^opr.hirc^  England,   is   the  guest of . Mr.,. A.  Harrop.   Mr.   Ormrod   mja-^ purchase land in: the district he is so mispressed with our future.  Mr. and Mrs. Hutchison  oi ,New  -Westminster  are  visiting Mr.  and  .Mrs. Elliott this week.   ���������   HAPPILY WEDDED fj  'With -the   Newly-Weds |H  A pretty wedding, took place, al  the home Jof Mr. nad Mrs: Ban Nelson,"  Abbotsford,  on  ^Wednesday*  Oct. 9th., when 'Hilda Marie,  their  eldest daughter, was united in marriage  to Mr. Harpur  Cyril Nixon,  son of Rev. H. J. -,C< Nixon of. Den-  man   Island   B.   C.   The   ceremony  was performed by Rev. J. L. Campbell,   of   the   Presbyterian   church  The bride looked handsome, in ,hei'  wedding costume.   Only immediate  friends of the family were present.  ��������� The happy couple left far their  home  in  Victoria  on   the  delayed  ii'ternoon train.  Committees Elected at Haney  (Continued From Page One)  CANT BEAR BEARS  S  It is reported  tha't  three bears.  . a  mother and two cubs, havei been  , recently visiting the orchard of Mf  ! McNab, and that they have done a  lot of damage in the way, >of barking the trees 'and the brelaking. ot  limbs. The cubs are fully two-third-.*  ���������- grown and the bunch make a handsome trio.  A posse of hunters are (organizing  to 'go out after the bears������> but require a leader. Who will be the  first to offer?  . Thinking, to outwit ,the young  ,folks of-the town who were awaiting,,them .at the C. P. R. ,depotv the  newly married c uple drove tj Clay,  burn to take the train there instead  of-at-Abbotsford. The train at Abbotsford1 was delayed .some time,  during which interval every jjerspn  in sight-had a little handful of lice  thrown" at-them.-��������� The "rice was njo  respector of- persoinis, both old,.ancient- and young found the ;i\icu  creeping down their 'back. But as  the train started out rice and, Ab-  botsiord passengers were every-  .���������. here prominent on-the train. The  do,ors '0.f  the ��������� different   cars   were  all.closed except one whin the train  stopped and the excitement on.the  platform when the newly weds were  spied was nothing compared to the  showers of rice that went flying all'  around.,. Someone got into the car  find .met.them as they came.in.wh.ie  there, was. a, .regular fusilade.froin"  all sides. Rice followed the couple  intothe car through-the-open window. It is whispered that-lOJ \j.oui*ds"  of rice was purchased that--afternoon in the Abbotsford stores.  The good wishes of all-follow the  iiewiy married couple 10 their home  in "Victoria, both being well known"  and very popular here.  STOLEN  Stolen from our Sardis ra;i -h or  nig'h/t of Sept. /24th, one hay mar^  weight 1125 lbs , 6 yr. eld. t .'.: v.hittt  hind feet, branded C.H. on left hind  leg: also Vancouver made sad.die  a. 1 bridle  Fifty Dollars Reward  .for information, leadiij,;-to recovery. Communicate with B. C. HOP  CO., Ltd., SARDIS, B. C.  ' .  The I. O. O. jF. iheld, their regular  meeting on Wednesday ,;evening.  Wednesday evening of each week  is alw yi thi r gula.-r night cf meeting, i  that, the   following, resolution   be  placed on 'the mlnultea of the book;  That  this  bureau 'Shall -wiOfk  for  the 'progress of (the Fraser,(Volley  by   piUomoling   settlement   on "the  lands  and  by   affording   accurate  infA-matiiion , to tlhe  intending  set-  iler; to interest and locate industries, and to afford information to  .���������.ma������n.uXactuirens,  tetcn ��������� To 'establish  one or more Information bureaus as  may be 'selected by the exeouiive  tio  assist  settlers, to find suitable  markets'and.'secure equi:able    express and freiglht raites, and to-promote any eni.ar.piiae for the general  welfare  of-'tlhe, whole Fraser Valley, i .  '    \.  On mcl'ii'Din of -Messrs -Miller ..and  Ba'ros,' Messrs Wiiilde and Hulbert  were ajpp|ci:iited'delegates .to Interview tlhe Progress��������� club' of Vancouver and'if 'ppssi'ble to-arrange, for  s:d'.abie 'quarters;'.,'This-earled un-  aiiimiDtuiS/ly'.      ���������       .,  Hulbert-Marmconit that the chairman npmdnate   a-.,'committee to go  tio Vadtionia and interview the government tab-ask for an appropria-  iim for the assistance of \the������. Bureau^ The   following   were .--selected :��������� Messrs W. J.:Manson; M. L.A.,  J   Mans,  reeve  tof   Coquitlam;  O.  Wilkie; F. J. MaeKenzie, M. ,L...A.;  Mr.  T." Gifford,'M._L.'A., and N.  Dougheed of iMapIeTRidge.  .. The;.'da'te iof/the. .annual -meeting  was (placed as -the third .Friday, iu  January in. New'.Westminster  for  tihe election of officers, and, otliei  business, i.        ^   ���������    ������������������  Then ��������� came the  date  and place'  of the.next-^meeting, and.ion^mot-.  be. it. 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.  Hardware and Furniture  ion -of* rMessrs ,Bates , and..Wilkie,  .Coquditlam was chosen as,-, the. .next  .-place, of meeting on.the.third/ Fri-  . day-ti\n..'November,- /at,.1,0,30. a. m.  : The meeting'then-adjourned and  wen(t-.;iniFo.- committee/., i.The^naiu  ^business .was the-, appointment' of  a' permanent-secretary*. 'Mrj-Qtway  Wilkie was the -fortunate -candidate far tlhiis most honorable position.  ' The meeting - then ��������� adjourned and'  the'delegates left for their home:  feeling  itlhat   a   good' day's .work  had been done an'd that the bureau  was on  a fair way tot Buccess.  ���������ss^mmmBammmmmmMmmmfms^mB^ji  Presbyterian Church Notice  Abbotsford  Pastor���������Rev. J. L.  Camnbell, B.  A'., B. D.  Services���������Sunday school 10   a.m.  Public iW'Oirahip 1.1 ja. m.    >  Teacher training class 3 p.m.  Public Worsfhip 7.30 p. m.  Choir Practice, Friday .8 p. in.  Meeting  for  Bible    Study    arid  Prayer Wednesday 8 p. m.  Huntingdon  Sunday School, 2.15 p. m.  Public Worship 3.30, p. m.  ' &���������  St. Ann's Poultry Farm  Proprietors  Abb .tsford, B. C  A meeting of the - Agricultural  Association will be'.held;o,n the. 19th  of' the month at 1 ,p. m. It is to  be hoped that -a large attendance  will be present, as business ,of importance will take place. ��������� An effort  will be made to trhoroughly organize-for the next season and, have a  bumper show.  To whom lit--.may- concern���������  This, is to notify, all,-concerned  that Andrew'McGarva has nothing  to do with the Matsqui Percheron  Horse Co.'in the way oi> collecting1  money.  WM. ELLIOTT.  DATES FOR B,t C, FALL; FAIRS  HARRON BROS.  Embalmers and Funeral Directors  Vancouver,  Office  and  chapel   1-034 Granville St.-, Phone; 348C  North.Vancouver, Office .;,and  Chapel���������116 2nd St. Phone 131.''  Builder and Contractor  Estimates Given Free  Pihone. Connection    .-Mission City  FOR   iSALE-nniear   Abbotsford,  ,40  -.aones   with, house,,s.barn,      $125  per acre?  Wouldi subdivide.   Apply to T.ITebbutt, Abbotisford, B.  Armstrong���������October; l6-i"7.  Bella Coola���������October 30.  Kaslo���������October' 15.  Summerland���������October, 30-31.  Vernon���������October     23-24     Apple  Show.  FORSAALE���������5 young milch cows to  freshen from the. .27th , of; .this  month. -Apply tq.-R.'OWEN,-one  mile south of B. C. E. R., .Mount  Lehman. ;    >/ ;  rees  Young Nursery Stock, 1 .and 2 years old. Apple Trees: 2.years old,. 25c. each; 1 year old,  :20g.  . APPLES���������Gravenstein, King ot.Tompkins,  Wealthy, Northern Spy, Grimes Golden, Jonathan, all grafted on French Crab Apple Stock.  CRAB APPLES-Hyslop, late. Choice  lot of Clark's. Seedling and Magooh Strawberries for sale at $5.00 per 1000. Raised on new  beds.  m  D.H.NELSON, Prop.  Nursery  Abbotsford, B. C.  :35s  3C  ^  le  For^he Residence,  Store or Office.  lectnc Power  For Factories and  Industrial Plants  Convenience      Comfort      Economy  1    MHRMBaMBHBaRaBHngBHGMUaiBEMBaBnMBI .  Attention will be criven to all aDnlications for service from our lines.  Address all enquiries to  ���������;Mghk anil":/Power Department  Holden Block, Vancouver.  Sritish Columbia Electric Railway Ltd  w:lTR',* ,.W'���������i^^f^,���������,c?"iis^iR:',.',^,*,"^!^, jP%

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