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 ,rJ-A~~l<*l*������������.  '-JL-,  11 V,* '1'Mif  \H]  rr*������w L������b,.���������y;  rsw:  Vol.IiL, No. 25.  ABBOTSFORD, B.'C, FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 27, 1911  $1.00 PER' YEA  R  *  NEW INDUSTRY FOR MISSION  ST.   MATTTHEW'S   WOMEN'S   AUX-  ILIARY,  ABBOTSFORD.  NEW SETTLERS COMING IN  >rooRe s  Ladies' short Kimonas, good  quality   Wrapperette, blue  or  red 75c and $1.  Delaine Waists, fancy stripe,  ' $1.25 each.  Children's long cloth coats,  from $2.75-.up.  Fancy cushion   tops, center  pieces, laundry bags, etc.  (From' FriiRor Valley Record;  A   now industry will shortly  bo  in  operation in Mission  City,  and  one which will in every respect ,be  unique and will mark an  import-  ant development in. the ��������� activities  of the K'ootenay Jain Company,  Limited. '���������  The Company realizing that Jam  making, and kindred lines, occupy  but a comparative'���������breif .period of  the year, decided to enlarge the  scope of their business, and with  this in view o.rganized"a department- wh;ch is a departure a-  longnew paths; ....  ��������� This-Industry will consist of a  -;p;-ai>t ,f,o,r the-manufacture . . o������  pure Cocoa aitid Chocolate, and will  be ready'and in'-"full -operation  within a few weeks from this date,  upon the' arrival of the machinery  which is now r on order.  ' The plant, which will be- the ,on-  -ly one of its kimdj in Western Can  ada, will, comprise the finest     and  most up-to-date'machines \that it  There are a number of new settlers coming into this district,, now  The new settlers purchase .'mall  holdings of five and ten acre   lots  The Woman's Auxiliary of BL.  Matthews ���������church will hold Lhe'i-  ahnual bazaar on Thursday N j-  vembor 30th in the Maple Leaf Hail   ci0,ge tQ (.he tram line.  The succes with which the 'iale of  work met. last year has, 'given the  members of the Auxiliary great en  coura,gemenit ,and they hope this  year to have a jn,uch larger assortment of pretty ,-and useful ���������  Xiuas gifts. ,  in charge of the Fancy, ,Work ta-  able are Mrs. King, Mrs. Victor ,  Harrop and Mrs. Alanson; the  Plain Sewing table Miss Steade and  Mrs. Parton; the, Home -Cooking  Mrs.' Bousfield and Miss Alice Steed  . the Candy Table Mrs. (Dr.) Swjf t  Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. A. Harrop;  the Art' and Doll Table Mrs. J.  F.  Boyd,  Mrs.   W.' Campbell   and  -;%.������������������   ��������� . . .     i .  Tea wjll he served alii afternoon  and in  the evening;  cake, coffee  'should do well  This is just the beginning of what  maybe expected; that the tram  line between here and New' Westminster will be linedon each side by  people each having a five or, a  ten acre plot, raising produce for  the city, the car line affording such  a   splendid means of shipment.   -  Hi/Mi-V  ^peei|il|Men!iS:  75c  &W  ANOTHER NEW STORE  On the first of the^ 'month Mr'. G''  siq  ut  dn   uado   o}   spuo^ui   i[Jt?o "  his new store with a   f'ulil line Aof ���������'  boots and shoes and 'gent's furnishings, he having purchased one  of  the finest stock' along fchiB li/ie it  is  possible  to   buy. , Being    >well-,  known throughout the district  he  ana ice-cream.   Mrs. iC. Sumner and  Miss Hill-Tout will have charge''of ' -Iu this-connection 'it'imi|ght-    b'e  these  tables.   Watch' the  next  i:-   menlione,d  that  Abbotsiori '    all's possible to obtain, and.-will pre-   'sue of this paper for further par-   foi-^s a .^e-opening for a   depart  'sent many  feature's  of . great   in- . tieuiars  of this. Bazaar.      ���������_      .   -.  ABBOTSFORD DEFEATED  -terest-'to "admif ers^'of-tr- rhigh-clats  ^machinery.--It iB- being made fipee-  ������pffllyv;toAthe',-order of-the Company  mm  mental istore  carrying   a   line   of  igo.ods .that r>ould ia<lt)i|act      the -  people 'i,n this   distinct   and   keep   -  thein"fromjg6iing\t6'New|"'Wes't|min '  ���������ster, ������������������Vancouver, and' Su'mias..5 V "  may later'extend' his,.,  ^'Afev/.  m  R";'C  --T3W?F  ������w  :  -;'   AB^TCFORDand^HUOT^  po^wWM*is^w?^^  1 pletion," and ���������will.be. in ;read:- --*-"--  ��������� --   - >-  %fc -f^ i-frS ^.f--#������ V*-'-  pieupn," ana win -be '.in'reSfl nessttov- .">:..-tA^*,*; v;\\t ��������� ��������� ���������." -   *-rt:"'\'.'''��������� <���������'������������������'''"���������-'W^  '���������re(ce(ive-'-the' plant-onk arrival.'-. <���������     -.,   -in*s-?ai:uraay..i;ne.' ceams .,meet 1 -���������..,_, ���������^^y.^i-..^.-y ~?;^������������������; ;{-^."i"T^7T->v-  -:"���������;"���������=  ���������- '4\.J'^h:':'^-'\ "- '���������*���������.  Vm-':-  'j '   c-n.-'Abbots ford's--grounds. .." ���������';.' '-���������; -' ���������..-.-���������     ':-'' J-v...  /.���������'���������"��������� i"ViA'/V,7-'C,V^ ::,"':  ., .The.clnex"apartment of tins ai- . - ���������-,    -     ��������� .���������...���������- ������' ,.  - .. ���������<    . ���������-./-   --j..;, -fi  B?^r���������,/i'"���������'���������������������������",-'is', .-  -���������'<���������-���������.  ^r��������� w,-. ���������   iir~--������MT.������������o^:w.ii       Oli^You Cup! -. ���������      -   ��������� - , ���������     . , -, Mr  B, J., Gernaey %������ increased      .  m  t  e rioneer  ���������^  McPhee & Kerr's Fresh Ground Coffee 35c par lb.  Picnic Ham, 18c per lb.; ;: .  ditibn is- a large" machinery,.'hall,  which will house the principal, machines; and which is a ��������� fine; -light  plPfiTtmyenf.'���������sixty feet long ^ by  .thiii'ty feet wide by twelve feet  'high; entirely free from obstructions in the way of columns, etc  A   SUCCESSFUL DANCE  the ;size of, his'atpfe.; The* / room  formerly  used .as   a      work-shoo  Kippers, 2 lbs. for 25c  Haddy, 15c per lb.  ORANGES BANANAS . GRAPES  Fresh Pine Apple 35c each  Choice Local Apples, $1.50 per box  ��������� A full line of Gallon Fruits  Lanterns, regular price $1, this week 85c  No. 1 Brooms 40c. each  \=:  THE B.  C.  L.  A.  Leal'   Hall   on   Thursd/ay /eveninjg.  by the football club was. a .grand  ���������and.the-rfloor of whJichC will be of i*ucoe,ss. ' There were ^afbout Nsev-  cement. There ittfe 'also ���������-.several .eirnty-fLve couples prasefnt ,who  .other rooms to accommodate the enjoyed the evening's dance indifferent machines and depart- til the early morning hours. The  .rnenXs, and altogether; the new /music was furnished by the>v.Qppen  portion of the building is of a shaw orchestra, who are becoming  capacious  and convenient- design,   very  popu'ar in  Abbotsford.  .When completed the  factory   will  0   Lover a large, area; ,ihe tot;ai������  .-lenfgith being over two hundred  and thirty feet, by ^eighty feet in  width at the' widest portion.  ���������With the facilities which such a  plant will afford, the Company will  be in a - position to -turn out ihe  highest grades \bf Cocoa and 'Chocolate, which will be manufactured  from the finest beans which are to  be imported direct; and all other  raw materials will likewise 1 e the  best obtainable, and the .greatest  care will be exercised ini tbeir selection  and preparation.  By   Ijhe   intlrodruc/lion   therefore,    has been added to the^ snow room'  ���������,      ,                              ,,      ,,    ,���������   and the workshop moved further  The   dance  g,iven  m   <"he -Maple -      ��������� *'. .,  ..   ��������� ,. ~,  '  _.j._.      '._.������.    back.   He has now asMmftf a   little  business establishment as is to'be'  .found  anywhere   in   the   Fr   aser  VaUey. "���������  DIED AT NEW WESTMINSTER  Minnie  the.; little   five   year   old  daughter of Mr. and  Mrs.  W. T.  Waite died at New Westminster on  Tuesday evening last of diphtheria  ..The .liittle   girl   with   her   parents    resided, for  a   short  time   in  Ab-  B. C. L. A. stands for the society botsford this yetir where she was  recently organized in Victoria for a favorite. She being the only  .the purpose of eecuftng the, pass- -child the parents will feel all ,thie  age of a modern Public Libraries more their loss and will have ,the  Act .which will provide for the (deeper syjmpaithy oif 'those .w|ho  esta,blish'm'ent of Library Boards know them;,  in any part of the province, ,wheth   er organized municipalities or unorganized districts; to give author  ity to municipalities to levy a rate  for library purposes; to make pro  vision for a provincial grant in  proportion  to -the   amount  raised  THE VALUE OF SMALL SAVINGS  If a young man fifteen years of  age were determined to save three,  car f.ares each week, and to pay  the fifteen cents thus saved every  week until he was sixty to the Can  locally; to provide for the organiz-   ���������.,. ��������� nn, , ,     f.  ,���������;������������������ yL_Lf,������������������   Q���������,q      Mtiln,p   achan government for the purchase.  of an Annuity, ithe  result  of his  thrift would be thatfroinl and^,after sixty he would receive $25.18  'every three frnonths so- -long; as he  lived. If he died before he.'was ,60  all that he paid in; with three per  J  of such a   line of .manufacture, the atiori) inspection   and     .assistance  Company is 'tihe jpioneer in   West- of pubiic Libraries in the Province  ern Canada, ias all such goods have by an 0fflcer 0r officer^ appointed  hitherto had to' be imported,     or by thc Government; to provide for  brought in irom the extreme fast ,the  training   of   Ubraria'n's.  but  upon  commencement   of   op> The  Ron-President  of  the    As-  erations o(f this pliant, it   will not s0 ,ation ifl Dr> Y          . Preaident   cent ^obpoun^d" i'nteresT w^uTd^be  be  necessary to  go  so   far  afield R  w  ^n,^\^ th~ ���������hl\o Tihrarian       .    oompouna interest would  t>e  for   these   favorite   products,      as y^v^^T^W^y^  T^f t0  ^  ^  ^  * he  they  will  be  manufactured   right I���������������U"W' ^u^/    Vilorii^^??8'te'������M Ws fiMt to8t^ent  here in Mission Citv  and d'atribu ��������� Buildmg,      Viptorn,   of insterest fell due his heirs wonld  Jl"^ ZZUl'Zt ^"It  Trea3urer' ms������ Helen_ G' SteWart   inherit $771.70.   A postcard sent to  the Superintendent of . Canadian  Government annuities, Ottawa, giv  ing age last birthday, will secure'  information as to what an Annuity,  it  ted from thence not only through th<?  publUj  .JibrarVj - Victoria,  out the Dominion but also to Aus- Membership   throughout  tralasia, the  Oreient.  etc.  as   the prov5nce iB ^olJcited.      ,  ,  Company  is faking   steps   to ������be >.,'  (C7m1Ia^Qd~onn?^^ BE A   BOOSTER.  the  w$ c������t|t4  J -  n* TWO  rpr  T^.H"^-'nazMr "T''-rr������  THE ABBOTSFOBD POST,      ABBOTSFPRb, B. 6.  ae  Postf  i,|  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  PuhllHhed   eyflry    Krlduy   by    the  Publishing Compn"y,   /V  ��������� A weekly,journal devoted to tlio Iriter-  eotn'of Abbofkford and'hui������-���������uultu'e dln-  , trJc't. ";  , Advertlalnff Kote.s"hlHdo,'kr)0^v'.,' *n atf-;  plication,"' '���������' '���������'���������' !"* '��������� '��������� <"' '��������� '' '<  W������JQA[|'A'DVKRTTSTNQ-^12 (ion'ia pur"  line"for lim lnswtioViVWl^uejfhA I'ma'  for all Mub-ioifucrtt con'''ec,ut(vc in'.soriions.  0'iir SIiU^oleth-t-Ntlther for nor agin'-!  the   <Snv������iii:uant.  FRIDAY. OCTOBER27;' 1911"'  Mr  rt  The Liberals these days a'ee'mi to  be much worried about the array of ability which the premier  of our Dominion .has gathered a-  round him,   We  hear  them     ������ay  Hoiseshoer and General Blacksmith  A gcjod ..stock Carried for repairs on al! kinds of  vehicles.   .:"!.-,������������������     .. . ;    n\ \      -.:Ai ��������� #\  A first class carriage painter in connection, ,  1   J. K. McMENEMY  '     ';'., , ,       .;.   _Abbotsford, B. G.\  v v,vH' * ���������"  let, them, go at less they vwere'.taf  ken home..   ':,   '"'   ' - ' -      ' "'^   '    '*  There  was  a   connsiiderable   "a-1  mount of American poultry on the  market   and  the" Chilli,wa(ck  Irani"  also    brought    i,h    a' number  of;  antord's balsam o  Si)  ft  I-  leais wdunds an  Ji-:(&ER'ISIA'EY  And so we are told that the pros-  cut Superintendent of Education is  to be at the headt of the mew B. C.  Li'iiiversity. A worse choice might  be   made,   and   possibly   a   better  P. O, Box 45  Abbotsford, B. C,  "wait a''while and wc shall seethe   choice migbt not be made.   JSuU in   crates.   Altogether   the-   market  FEED STABLE  ���������wab   of   a. .Baitqsfactory  character  and conditions seem to" be rallying,  after the past season'si tu'rmdihthc  harvesting  operations  which kept'  the   farmers .from- the market.  The   following were the quotations ;'  .';  result'.   No man ever  worked him giving a'   13. C. man an opportunity  self up to a   high position of prera to make good we believe; the pro-  icr of Canada who hadt not; ability vincial government is doing     the  to burround 'himself with men who nght i thi^g.   iSuperin.tenldcnt   Ro-  were able toaesist himi govox'n the binson madegood as principal     of  country.      It would be  hard for the Vancouver IIi.fh School. He has  any true Canadian no matter, what- made ,good as Superintendent    of   vViiOLBSAJjE' JVtBAT���������  hta politics were to have to acknow Education, of course there arc, al-   Veal, "small ���������������������������������������������  11 1-2 to 12 l-2c  ledge, such a v state of affairs. ' The -way* kickfei-s     Aiid;   the editor of   Jeal,   large    -.������      9c: to  10c  .. t ���������   .J , ,      ��������� i. Mutton,   iuc, io ii  Liberals compare the men in, Bor-   tilis paper, knowing Mr. Robinson   porkj pcr ls   12lT2t'el3  den's cabinet with the Lauriercab- ' P^0na<iy;   Reives (thai .if' ap- r&iall MEATS-  . ��������� .       ���������'.-'*'  iiict'of-1896. ���������much'''tQ^th^detrim'eht   1J01uied as the official head Of the Becf) be8t rib roasts - i5c to 18jC  of the presentministry, eeemin^iy.   ntw university, he will make good Beef, loin ���������������.- ���������'������������������ -     2Sc  "'Borden a)IunaoVb.01y^nlaaie^"in   a'tliird "time. It is generally conned Beef^roiind steak  "Itf'c  his own house, and has called,   to   f dtiiat'Dr'. Robinson is responsible p^ff���������^.;"Z^  his aid.men who. are willing ,to fol-  7o"r  the'pVesent  system   of      our ^to^'ZZZZ^Z.^, ig to 28c  low his lead.   lie led the Cohserva- 'schools.   Now while the .system is- M>tton  * .12c jto 20  tives   to; victory;  fl'urely  'Oie'can   by no means' perfect it is a   de- Young Lamb  ������������������ 15c to20  Having purchased the . business of Mr.  W. Lyle, I am prepared to give the  best of satisfaction as to.prices and  comfortable rigs. Stables open day  night to do business.  We solicit your patronge.  & d. Mckenzie, PROps.  se in  lead his party'to eucce'ssfui' gov-   cfded improvement on the,old ays-   ���������������s������?ii chicken, .per lb  ^:_-i.-.d.. .���������   ~..-   '/������������������'���������   ';."-������������������-v.- ��������� . ,     . ,. ���������* '        VEGETABLES,   Retail���������  Jh^A.  ernJ^nv. r%������W?1P1lfi.>oriCanida te'm^ndis be,ing" gradually 1m- Vegetable Marrow-  have, entrusted i^im with the work pr0ved upon each year. It is of- Cariois per ^ack -���������'���������  at any rale.and not; even, tho Li-   ten said that a   man is, of ^o ac-   Onions  per sack ;-���������  10c  75c  berals should fjnd fault; unless par   count unless'his  friends  severely   Omons, b ibafor -. 2iic      ���������  ty blind.   No igeneraV ever le,d his   criticise him; might the^ame'not   Oifn Corn, doz-.- "-"^.    t   ^ V.- ������>*  ^K'V^^   ^tle- ,,e   *tote;to* *M#p (No.  ^S,^' '"SSSf^  1'"     ^  Ml  |C;A.'SUMNER & CO.  58 Phone Central ������������������������  ���������I*  Telegram-Sumner, Abbotsford, B. C.  field umless he had his army under thing was. ever'invented ot. ever   uairoi<b, "bunch    perfect control and .won.'But some thought  out but some' one   came   Beets,' bunch ������������������   times  a' premier 'meteTs \ui'er"' sad forward with an'improvement.   Dr   .'luinip<,,. 6ack'-':������������:-,   fate ofa' ^hVen' Vrtiei he' '& Young has the consent of this pa-  i'ai-aley' b"n^ " ""  f^M'^fJ-'Vvv u1!-:"'"   -,-.  . "������������������  V'-i'1   : -----   .-,- ��������� ...   r        .   ; iiMga, wnoltdale    Umpt^. to, have a? his advisers, a per to appoint the' present Super-   tZl'J, 'retail' '���������������������������'-. '���������������������������-.  nes:' ������! *?$*?**! w������o would -give mtendeut as official head  of  the   Butler"; .retail ���������- ..........  -IJB sb  utm ao iBME Xajunorf"aq������ aiew .university.   Thus  the   world   Honey) .per  lb   :-  $6.50- tp  ���������( -  visers whom'he Vahhot control/It   rolls on,  was the clever man unwilling io%,  led that defeated Laurier  at   the  ������p,oUis   last /month.      Uradoubtediv  Launer surrounded himself     with ''  liens  tJinau   ������������������  liens small, retail-'.���������-..$7.50 .to  THE   MARKET.  some of the.clevere/st men/ that it  hub been Uie privilege of any pre-  '$7.60 y  ' .50  iieriiS,,large, ���������-������������������--.���������, ���������-��������� $7 to $9 ���������  llens,s large, retail ��������������������������� $8.50' to ' $12  . ChLckens, ���������������������������- ' : $bto^&;  Broilers  ������������������,  j$4to.$5 ;  i-'uiiels    - ���������"   x;$9.00;  Ducks  ..'.  $10'to"$13  mier of Canada tp have,vbut these  ctcv er men have ;noir alwayi3,'!b"een  Xi  Erighfc sunshine and. balmy \v< a-  ther  berved to draw the  largest  crowd that the local market   has Oucis.onsa  $7 to-. $9-   -y  fieen-in,'mW':'a*Vday.l|Coinddent Geeie'  each  ": " *L*������  willing to be;Wd-the-bre^ng-a-   w^'f ^^onZgW   '^i��������� '          '  '                            " :"  way has at tfiAei bee^palnfurand ^  of  salLn^ and s.le^wo- ^G LAY1NG C0NTEST N0^ ^  hard io expla.n.   A   house divided :int-n on  che'market place.   Veget '  Ah1 egg: laying contest ia being  divided against iiseU cunnoc stand   do'ie offerings at retail'were large carried on in  Vancouver  at- ta^  has been repeated many thousand   uhd Varl?d* and thethrifty' house preaent  time   which  is' in-'-' <*>n-  J                      wife ��������� had1 <no' iroiibie in '. geLtng junction'with- the Vancouver Ex:-  t^ines, and will in the future be said  r.vhac  bhe  -sought on the market,, hibitidh Board."   There * are nens  a������ Iua-Qy umes, and demonstrated.   1'hevti. was hul ilittle change in the 'from all parts of the. province, &&<  as many thousand tune's more.   We   Paces'for-the buyers were equal Australia and !New-Zeafandi      Up  know  very- Kttie'about  some   of   L������  lhe'BUPPly .and there was     a wards ,of forty pens��������� are ��������� entered  thp'Wor^n '������aK!������af' V * '*v     ���������    u   ^^^ceablo   absence   of  the usual and it is safe to. say there, is more  the Borden cab.net, but. the.  fact   aeUing  out  of ^pMed sLocks  at cowing and cackling to thaw ior-  tha.t Itfiey have been ca^e^ to (aB-   .whatever   price' was' obtainable. ty pens' than any other .space the  *i&t their leader should be a   guar-    . But. little wholesale beef was on Bame size in the .province*  antee'   that they   are ' collier ed  'ilie'market',-tho ugh'offerings'" of  0   flucles&'fui meni along special.'lines    v^ai and-(mutton we're nuniefous;at -                  --'   *"  R������uifiti,n'^-i                  ' rr, i       r^ " ��������� unchanged- prices'.   Retail'meat'of- CANADA POWUR COMPANY  Xe*������ the daily papers,   Take   the   ^riugVwere as niirnerous as usual BUYS IN MISSION- -CIT.y . x  mdjvid.ual men of the, cahinet, stu-   but the only change; in prices'no- -     (From Fraser Valley Record), :  uy thei uc history before, making:   led was a   decline'in'mutton; The Western Canada Power Com'  4*K~K~X~J~K~X^  of   II  weakness.   "/-lliei'e 'was-li.tle'f^uiL olfere'dj ihJ   pany   have   puix:hajseH ,tha-; Qlen-  "' ���������    it  isoon   sold at relatively' T6wer   brook Creamery from M��������� DesBrisay  l'aah   proclamations  But then the Liberals should     ������^������.                ,-        ,               ��������� ���������  ....  ,.,r:<   > ��������� r?5*     ,          pnets  tn an heretofore.   Lggs and &. Company, and will use the .build-  f i������'������ "1U<if-:n^e,al?0^t'.it[;ev"   butter.sh.owed no change 0f     mo- ing as a   sub-station and office for  fi       r      !.. v_i:        x,   ,.   .,     'menc  and  the only  new'���������''���������offering Mission City,   The  figure  paid  is  on the. fish market was sea trout not   publiic.  each of which weighed tHreie,   lbs. ..The Glenbrook Creamery     was  *.r more and sold at 20 cents   per completed in 1907 and run for two  poyad."        ' ,;    :       l '  iW years,'and although     a   superior  ^cietaiolcs; at   whofieaajlie (were article was placed on the market  -4mi if they firmly believe that, the  present mmiBtry is not oi as strong  fcabiriet material as was given to  the country in '96,. as if such , be  the case the "time, of waiting won't  he far away, and the time of pr������-   niuneruus, uud the prices showed a ifc was decided to "close out the bus!  bation would be Very much' Short-  fl ;������1k'"^^f ^uye/s being few neas' sinc:e ^ich time the; buildiag  W"    ThtreiV nothing' fr'ir^    *       ^������e poultiy'.mark.e^was well ,up ha8 remained practically, idle,  *'f r   ?������^. ������.*?������*������*    ^-irs    V.tolhe!Btandard.anda iotofbirds ���������. The main part or thai .balMing. la  ia.r.ly  good man. to  greater  auc-   ^banged; Hands.   Ducks were plen- 32x35 and bui^ ot> fitone^:,the .rear  juess than to showjhim! that yoa do "jtif.ui, and   the  price  was  a   little   addition, m !8x40 and o* '   tot believe in' him, especially1     if "wPa%r,   t'han'''last''week.  vA   few The Western Canada  .;'       -    ..-'''i.'.r..  '   i.'!     '!   A.'1'           'J'       !        .ducks'   sold   ,'iq  ih'frh   aa: Ki :''.���������*"*','.   .'.'���������.. tiailV   flTfi   hflvinff   t.hft   il  addition is 18x40 and of frame.  PowerCpm-  there is ability there; Of course we %^sqld ^s tCgh^s $u p"Jr u'oz Pauy are having the inside of - (the  all take for granted that  Borden   Af.*^-n^er- of turkeys were   gilding overhauled and mtend   to    ofiere4 and these were soid-a'c Mc   coyxl,i be put to further good use  wjU. have to go som'e if ������e gives    per pound    hye    weight    of   few   and for their local ������"^.  the country as good government as-   .good birds of the Plymouth Rock " *" "'���������0-^-^- .,.-  did hisy predecessor���������but like     all.    Variety   Were   offered  at $12. per ��������� A" roado lead to. Abbotsford, fortune  ,g'^d rmeu iSScre is a pitfall] dozen.   As   the   owner would not and fame.  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It Was an Important Matter   ��������� ���������  In a Man's Life .������  \      it   ��������� ���������������  ,?������  ������ ������  *.*  a lUcuiuer oi 11<>- >,.iuii,u'a, oui t pretended not to know that such n society  existed, lie had lost his thumb and  forefinger lu some accident or fracas  and told hie that that was the reason  he would do no stealing himself. He  would always be liable to be identified by his missing digits.  When I entered his service he gave  me better clothes, and I displayed suf-  flcient intelligence for him to manifest a friendship for me. I asked him  one day. If he knew, anything about  the murder of the American lady.   He  J'JIirJ.'Ll'.l J.-LL  CHURCH  SERVICES  Presbyterian    Church���������     Rev  j \^  Campbell, B. A.," B. D. pastor.  Abbotsford, 11 a.mnfiid 7:80 p.m.    ���������  ~At Musselwaite School House-  Service  every alternate Sunday  at  3 p.m.  Sunday school every Sunday at  2 p.m.  Z3SSC  Ylilir\VL>������l/\Lij  By Manuel Cosio  V, 'Copyright by, American Press Aoso-  *���������'* elation, 1911.  ���������$������ f  I was sitting In a wine shop in Naples. It was. a dingy place, and no  one was in the,' place except myself,  though in u' buck room ,wa3 a woman,,  who kept the-shop. I was dressed in. end my investigations, but. my life. I  rugs. Twilight had.nearly died away, was in,constant dread of meeting some  and.the room iu which I sat was light- friend ' or ^acquaintance who would  ed only by, a lamp in, the adjoining recognize me. To prevent this I told  room. But it was s'ufliclein to cast'a Genazzlrii'that: since 1 was liable to  shadow.- My back was toward it, and be recognized :bv'those"-from whom I  1 suw'on the wall before' me the had stolen. I: would .better inake: my-  shudow.of a figure advancing with a. 8e|f ���������p He at)Sented- to thIs; but t  raised arm.    My blood ran cold, for I  At Huntingdon School House���������  made no reply, but I had my'eye fixed    Service  at every alternate Sunday  on his when.I a'sked,.the .question.-and . at  3 ,-p.m'. !  practice .had .made me very, expert in  getting'unintentional replies from the  human eye. "I was sure that he knew  All about the case I referred ta.  I was getting on.very slowly, but It  seemed io me that I was making progress. To', hurry might, lead to a mistake,  and. a   mistake, would .not only  j Mcelroy a Co.  LIQUORS,   WINES  AND   CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  Cor. Essendene Ave. and Oscar St.,  CITY  knew some one, was behind me who  intended,.to murder me.  This Is how it came about:,  1 belong.to the Italian national police, or the carabineers. -We are a  very different body from the municipal police. I nssure you. We are se-.  leeted from the better classes, and It  Is quite difficult toenter the corps.  One day I was called to. headquarters aud asked If I .would, volunteer  for duty iu getting evidence In a murder caae. It was not a matter that I  could be ordered aipo'n,. because It was  necessary for me;to spy upon the celebrated Uaniorra society, .possibly - to  become; a member of It in. order, to secure the evidence I needed. I consented to undertake "the work aud' was  supplied with what mean's' I needed  temporarily'and assured that any draft-  of mine would be honored.  My  tield  of operations .was  Naples  and its-vicinity:   The Neapolitans have  found ;;Alhe( plan., impracticable, -. A  makeup can.'t be, used In close proximity' with persons', for they wlir'sooa'  discover it. '   ,  , Well.rorie'day  what  I feared happened;'- 'I -'whs"-In a"'-restaurant getting  Instructions in the. matter of a robbery  Genazziniwasplamiing.   He had gone,  to the cashier's deskto pav tbe.bllTfor-'  some refreshments, when In came Oio-  vanni/ContL onejofjmy Milan :frl.ends.  He  was'fashionably' dressed  and.  to  my "horror, saw" me and came toward'  me with'outstretched-hand. ' ("Jenazzinl  was passing out" at', the time..   I  saw  him, look.at my. meeting.vwjth1 Contl,  but without.appearing to take any es-  peeia.l   Interest   in   It. ..1   pledged, ray..  friend hot" on his life 'to meritiob me'  to any one and got away from him'as  soon as ;f could.-        ���������'''      ���������''   '���������"'' ���������'"'���������'  I confess that on" meeting my employer . again , I  dreaded ..to^-see.  some.,  indication of, an- awakened, suspicion.  S. ��������� S. every Sundayat 2 ;30 p.m.  Upper Sumas, May 29, and every  alternate Sunday at 3'ip.nu  C. E., Wednesday at 8>p.m.  Sunday School at 3 p. in.  Sunday School every Sunday at  Presbyterian , Church���������Rev.   j    q  Alder.  Glenmore,. 11 a.m.  Mt.  Lehman, 2;30 p.m. "-  Pine Grove, 8 p.'m'.  ST.   MATTHEWS  Rev. A. E. Bruce,"Vicar.  Services 11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m..  . Holy Communion, 1st and 3rd'  Sundays each inonthi   '  Catechising and S. S. at 2:30p.m  Choir practice, Wednesday at 8  BUSINESS   DIRECTORY   OF ,  ABBOTSFORD.  (Anglican)  ������ * f.f  "Strictly first-class in- every respect - The. bar/is  stocked: with the best oi wines, liquorandcigars;  RATES,  $1.50 ToT$2.00  PER  DAY.  been more'tyraniiized-,over'than any but ^.dW not referJoi;ha^1nRflfen.  other body of Italians; consequently . me addressed,by a Rentlenuin or, seem  there  are  more  poverty,   misery   and    to  have  remembered  it.    I. breathed  crime.among thenrthanauy'other Italian people. An Anrericari-lady had been  walking onvthersea-'wall .promenade  when dusk was coming'on,-and there  were few people about. >She was. found  General Stores.���������  Authier Bros.  B. Brooke.   >.  Bernau   &   Husband,  '.'J.   J.   McPhee,  Auctioneers���������  ' J.  W. .McCallum',  PEED STORE���������  ' J..'J.-; Sparrow.  Creamery���������  S.   J:  Bates;  Proprietor.  Hardware and Furniture���������   ."  H.   Alanson."  Butchers���������. '���������  A. M. King.  ; i'  easier.    He said his last-plan necessitated my" putting:'oh fbe-sa'me kind-of' Livery Stable���������  dress.'"!  had  worn  when hes flrst. met    . j  me.   Before leaving.me he directed me ���������  to meet him at a wine shop hear the    Baker and Confectioner���������  E! Geary," Proprietor.  w������.e i������w v���������v��������� auvui. .oue-----  rai|Way;"station   and; In^ beggartsvap-       ^ Legaee.  murdered, seyena  valuable;flnger.rings ��������� lull"a^ ^^iLVH, ������.. .--;-.j^������ >. .\ \. D1JQmATTT)UT_  ....;... ������������������������.,     <��������� ���������������(!?���������;: K'���������-i .i pare.    I was to go there about 6 la RESTAURANT���������  and what money, she had having been    *       ���������     ������������������     .    >��������� ,'.-���������������������������.,. fv ���������-;������,;���������    ;,������������������ :c^-     ��������� ,   .    _  *i*m    rp,^.:^,^-^.wVi-n^Wptf.i^:' the evening and wait 'for -him, till he      Conrad Andersen.  came.    We. would theD go to'commit   Shoemakers���������.-���������  .my object to dlsc'o'verran"d co,nyict'him..?  The only-.information^.I coii(d'gejti;to>.:*.1  hk FREEMAN,  PROPRIETOR  taken    The'murderer '��������� was_probably "a  member of. the Camorra, and it- was ....... ,  the.robbery.....   :     ,-..', s       -"-'.. M.Hauser. =.'  -.  rhis.briugs me,-to;thei.wlneshdp, look-;  _      -   '_  *k * -.u"   Amn���������tAkn  io^,r    Ing at the'shadow of a figure-advanc-  - oard of,Tr^_e���������  j-     -j  ' <'���������������' it L--ui 'vi,^- il(���������ii^-"������������n:������i," sufficient-to   fell   me  that the. figure- Blacksmith-^-1  ���������            ..  and a d^scriptiou;.of the, finger rings ^g^-^-^^na^na^ffiM^w^^'CtenaB.-   ' j }'&&.&&*   <  There were a -solitaire.d amond^nd a. ^^^mm&Vaovil It but  ^'^    ^a    ^          '  sapphire, and one setting included three- ^ shadow of "hte- hand:: -The abad-, ^aTrbe^ and Popl.Room-  stones-a ruby between .two emeralds jfingers-.the-' Jos. .Sanderson.  Having been enhsted at Milan  I was -   and forefinger betajF-absent.   .,.._& Isenor.  not known at Naples..  I appearedith^e i( ^^ -/aTl tnattoed'.npoV  one morning dressed^in dirty rags and,, ^ ������d  tfi^ug^what flbought.was.      --"������������������-  began  operations, on  the ..street  a������ af ^^^^^^ ffi're'staurahf h9-Doctor-  Pn^������^:^^\^J^.^^t had-gbhV to some'pface-'wher^ unob- ���������   "  position, for one w.ho had behind hm rf ^^ hVth-a-d-s^n,���������,etaIk..  the treasury of the kingdom of Italy. friend. Conti ai^d must  I pass over a month that I "PeBt^either    hagTeknown fron?. my; expression and  in begging .or poking .trinkets, to- sell...        -anner   tfa   , . bad  recelved   a  under  the  noses  of  tourists,.   Mean-..     ^   - and"was" direcUng-Cont'i not to  while   I   was   forming, .acquaintances..   _Kli���������Wi V^.^,',- :^- 'a���������^, - R,nrfl  among the  worst  element, of Naples.  One only among the "men. I" met. interested ine.    He 'appeared' to be of the  better class."    He gave me a  tip for  some petty'service I insisted on doing  "Tobacco and Novelties-  J���������V.'Means.-'  % A, Swift.  SADDLERY and KaRDW'ARE-  ���������'- B. J. Gernaey.  MERCHANT  TAILOR.  T. C. Coogan.  Eyeight Specalist-  Manufacturjng Optician  Does the Finest  Optical  Work.  Medical' men and: others  pay tri -  bube.to.his skill.  T93'G'ranVin^St." .yancouver  WANTED, TO PURCHASE  Forty- acres   improyed  farm  the Fraser Valley, with of without  ^tter"condition"  house and buildings, convenient to  station.or landing.   Apply  ' to J.  H.   Smith,  Straiton,  B.   C:       for  full   particulars,   first' letter.  him, looked", hi to,my: face., and; said, to  me: ,< ;-._..        ...  "You  are.-too, intelligent looking to  wear such clothes.    You should be in  publicly"' recognize   me/ again. ' Since   SURVEYORS  then^Genazzinl had:'doubtless put the'     Henderson' and Taylor,  machinery of-the-GamorrMo,work to   CONNTR ACTOR  & BQILf-  ascertain who I. was.    He must have ��������� *     U1U1,  been successful in at least learning I      **��������� .^verett-  " "   ~       It was     Hammond '& Son.  ���������R-  was a^ spy. if not ..a .carabineer.  necessary that j. die. before I could do CARRIAGE   PAINTER-  any more harm, and possibly, the se- ~       V^\tri^  cretsl had learned m'ight'dle with me. ���������u' *ei&ier'  Taylor ["  "Oh, we poor people have no opportunity to better ourselves!" I replied.  "You are right. - The rich absorb everything. The laws protect theni in  their iniquities: .But".the poor man���������he  must be a slave. .However, there are  ���������ways for a bright looking fellow like  you to make money."  The result' of this, meeting was that  went   to   the   rooms   of   this   man  (Associate Members Can. Soc*C E.) Genazzini' to learn how to make money. It was by nssisting him to get his  hands on- other people's property.  When I spoke of being detected and  obliged to go to jail he told,me that 1  need not fear that; he was In with the  police and would protect me. I did  not at the time' ask him for further  P. O. Box II inforrnation as to his means of protection, for I suspected that I bad  :' '   ' found n member of the Camorra.    I  HARRON   BROS       became his assistant in a number of  Embalmers and Funeral Directors .. "������������ anHd������ ,^1"p.lJeVng'inVv"  heLped us to^rease our business, Vancouv^  yearly since 1837, tne oate oi    our 1(m Granyille> gt>|    phone 3486 compensation from the chief of police.  establishment. ','',!.'������,������.��������������������������� &������rtn Vancouver,       unice     and stating that it was not their policy to  ������ur firm's  name lends  prestige q������������ftpgl--U6 ^d at. Phone 134 prosecute the thief.    In'one instance  to our representatives. AUU ^ -, I contrived to get caught In the act in  Complete line of Nursery SStock All roads lead^to Abbotsford, success order to ,earn ^^     otectlon that  -���������-������--���������������������������������������=���������������������������������������������"��������� and happmess.        . wou](J fol]ow    The mfln , robbed or.  dered my arrest and was very boastful  That ib a'fine map that Ab- as to the punishment that would be  botsford is oru In lact it ia the meted out to mo, but when he con-  only map, but ail roads lead fi'oin, fronted me in court failed to identify  Abbotsford, if you "don't beheve it'-.nie.'VHe dared not do so.  pee toe Bqaxd grx^ ������n^elop^     ^J^SfiSg ^^T^^l^S  the murderous weigut ivmie uis smeuv  let the life out of me. As it was, I  rose, gave my arm a flirt, aud as my  enemy's hand came down on my shoulder and the stiletto toward my throat  CANADA'S  Greatest Nurseries  Want" a  Representative      for  MISSION CITY,  B. C.  and surrounding district  The reliability, healthy condition  of our stook as well as true.ness to  aaine must be appreciated by the  Public or they would not     have  Civil Engineers  R. A.HENDERSON  B. C. LAND   SURVEYOR  Omec, next P. O.  for SSpring 1911.  Write  for  full particulars.  STONE & WELLINGTON  The FontWII Nurseries: -  --������������������ lOEOKTO.  The shop was doubtless under the control of the'Camorra. The only person  besides myself In. it was the woman  who kept.it. *nfl-f^ W^J1^ *? enemy's hand came down on my shoui  give evidence against ������e P.^jrer    -^ * ^ard        throa1  stiletto would be used, since it made f ^ a ^ thnngh oQe of h|g eyegt  no noise,,_   ��������� t tbe same tlme dodgiug ui3 t)iow.  This Is a great deal to go through He feJJ qq tfae floor flnd wJtfa one jump  one's mind while another Is advancing { reabhed -^ dQoc fln(J nevpr stopped  from behind to stab'him   but to me. fl]1 { reached ffl      |iceman>  who seemed to be doomed;" there was    Bufc a|J l wantpd Qf hJm was assIst.  plenty of time, as I have said, within a ance Jq cage there wepe any menjber8  second. .     . of   the   Camorra   near   to   take   part  And I would have been doomed I flgalnst me Ag soon'ag , WM sati3.  would never have told this story had fle(J ,u tnJg regpect j ,eft bjm &nd went  It not been for the advantage of the ^ the Dendquartprs of my corps and  shadow cast on the wall    And even e<J tfae tragedy  this would not have saved me bad it chJef deo|nred that If j vamed  not been that In the raised shadowed       Hft. , wQu|d better chan     m   fleld  hand   I- recognized   by   the   missing of     ^y^    Bm , & tnat Ge.  thumb and foreflnger the maimed flst nazzln, wag e}tber dead or wou|d ^  of Genazzinl. and   bejng a very  secretive man,  he  Having known that my life was ev- hfld Qot toldany one of hig connectIon  cry minute in danger I. of course. ^^ me or flt lpast thflt , knew any.  went armed and invented contrivances t aboufc tfae Camorra , was there.  to enable me to use my weapons quick- fQre desIroUB of nnishing my work.  Iy. On my back, under my coat, was But those aboye ffle decided otherwlse.  ������ stiletto, the favorite weapon In west- ^ wflg ordftred to Padua# whlch lfl  ern America some sixty or seven- aboutag far from Naples as any place  ty years ago. .In both sleeves 1 car- ^^ the limits cf Italy, and there  ried a self cocking Derringer pistol ^^ ob, ^- ^ g0> j had picked up  suspended on a rubber.strap Ihe pte--^ 6r ^ ciew3, -hoWever, which I  tol bung just above my wrist and by ^- my   8UCCeasor    ^ho'  begani  a quick fling of my arnVl could stretch ^faere.., ^ off and,at:ia3t advices I  the rubber so as to enable me to grasp learned that hQ had ^^^ who  the weapon.        r   . ������������������ - ���������������������������>���������"���������������������������--    - .    had  committed ��������� the  rnurd^   of  fh<������v  All this would hay^b^ep ^seless had ^erteah lady .-nd. wag worklxu3^>w  1 not seen tbe shadow and identlfled  ^ dence to brmr.,;. ,^ -  it by the missing thumb and finger. -^���������������������������    -���������'*���������    ....   -   - .  hi  jtx> \ 'irould~M?e^been*''era^ed������^d)!������^  ytetlpn.  '* m^^                 ���������                           ! '  ������ilUIII������IIIIUtt������������������yMfflBi ��������� ' ������������������' ' '" ������-���������������_������_���������_______^_   ____          .     1 ' "' I FOUR  tfHE ABBOTSFORD POST,      ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  ase  ess  SOCIAL AND PERSONAL  MARRIED���������At Bellingham' on Oct  21s*, Mr. Alex McCallum and Miss  May Snuth.  Miss Essie Shortreed spent  Sunday  last  with  friends  here.  Mrs. George Clarke Is visiting  Willi  i'riends  at  Lytton. (  Mr. J..W. McCallum ispent a few  dayfc in Westminster this week.  Mrs. Buker of Aldergrove was   a  ��������� visitor to Abbotsford this week.   _q   Mr. E. M. Brown spent a few  days in Vancouver this week.  .Mr. McAlpine of Vancouver spent  Thursday  in  Abbotsford.   o   Mr. R. Shortreed, Jnr. was a visitor to his home here this week.  Mrs. Coogan returned home on  Monday from visiting friends in  Washington.   o-   . Rev. Mr. Baton lectured to a  audience in the Presbyterian church  on Thursday evening.   ���������o   Mr. Harry INixon  of Vancouver  :spe,nt  Sunday   in   Abbotsford.   .   ooo        _  Mr. E. M. Copeland was a visitor  to WesLmin6ter this week oh business.  When in Abbotsford call at   -  THE BAKERY  arid take home some home made' Candy, Cakes and  t=^-=       Pastry of all-kinds..,.-"._.  Abbotsford, Bakery ALBERT'LEE,, prop.  H  Mr. J. A. Blafr who' spent a few  a few days here last. week returned to Vancouver after making  SPORT AND PASTIME.  A junior football league Kas  been formed this yeair comprising  Mission, Matsqui. Abbotsford a..,,  Mt. Lehman.  The first -game was played on  botsford and won 1-0 The game  October ilth between Matsqui and  Mt Lehman, resulting in a win for  the former team by 5 goals to 2  Last Saturday^Mission played Ab-  started at eleven o'clock. Mission  took  the, ball into Abbotisford"  ground and kept it there  for the  first fifteen minutes at the) end of  which time A. Harry of     Mission  scored with a   bounding shot which  Boyd  misjudged.   This   was      the  only score of the  game.   For   the  rest of the time the game was play  ed in the centre of the field neither  forward  bne   being   able   to   cope  with the opposite defence.   At the  same time Mission should have had  four or five goals a( least but for  poor shooting.   Tayrof made some  goal stops in goal 'for Mission while  Fuzino, Harry and Catchpole were  the best of the field.   For Abbotsford L.  Tretheway  was   far   and  away the best while  McPhee  and  Boyd showed  up   well.   One   feature of the game was the entire absence of fouls, referee Heath' hav-  all the jokes around town, he could -���������g *   very easy job.  Mission team���������Goal W. Taylor;  Backs, Stokes and Kramer; Hal-  yes, Taylor. Gibbard and Fuzino  Forwards, Coxi, Northcote Harry.  Manson, .Catchpole.  j  Mission will play Matsqui on the  exhibition   grounds   Saturday   Oct  28"h jt 2 p.m.^-Com.  -j  THE B. C. POTATO EXHIBIT  Messrs Asahel' Smith" and C.  Stuart-Wade passed through Mission City on Monday .evening, on  theor way to $ew York with the  B. G. Potato exhibit.  In conversation with both gentle  men this paper was informed that  a very fine .exhibit Jiad been secured and that there were over  two ^hundred ..varieties, ^gat^hered  from all parts of the province.  The question was asked what  was to be done wjith the exhibit  after the cofmpe<ti|tion was over,  and the answer canie thai* "sell it  to the highest bidder."  -  The cost of gathering this,     ex-  Hands up!   How many have pur   Wbit has no d������ubt cost the pro-  lle appears to  enjoy these  little  pleasantries. i . i i  > ���������..<-  Mr. Bernard McElroy spent Thurs  day''.n iNew .Westminster.  Mrs. Harry Heath left on Thursday to join Mr. Heath' at Sullivan  where 'they \wi|U reside for the  winter. \.'  Miss Amy Heath spent a few  days with friends in Clayburnthis  week.    . .  ,  . ���������    i  Mr.B. J. Gernaey has'secured the  sole agency in this district, fort he  Hansford  Balsam   Myrrh.  Monday being thanksgiving Day  - the "Btores of Abbotsford will,    be  closed for that day as will also the  Bank  Miss  Moore  has   returned  from  Victoria.  chased goods at Sumas the past  week and brought them secretly  over to Canada without pacing,  the duty?? We don't wish to be  V'tTRonnl or anything like that but  .what about Reciprocity? Read  jvti" the columns of this.paper and  sec m Abbotsford who are wanting  your business Don't pass through  U"e and miss half your, opportunities.  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 Jast week,  the hotel license to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Abbotsford Hotel, situate at Abbotsford, B. C.  in the Province of British Columbia.  Dated this 5th day of October, 1911.  HARRY FREEMAN, Applicant.  vince considerable money, and even if the medal is won, the exhibit  U5'������J it as a transforming station  in adverUsing the province, but  not by selling it to the highest bidder, but by the province having it  sent to the Agent-Oeneiral's off.ee  in London, England. Here it could  remain for another six months, aud  attract the attention of all who  visit that office during the coming  .winterr months. In' 'this way the  ���������province would be it is believed  be fully recompensed and "Love's  Labor" not "Lost" on the part of  the   promoters.  Did you isee how nicely Mr. Gernaey has his windows cleaned since  LIQUOR  ACT,  1910.  .FOR SAL'E-Chestnut horse, o  years old, ooun and true, weight  eleven' hundred Also ian imported Oxforddowh Ram, 3 years old  and a quantity of ewe lambs  (graded) Appiy, R. A. Thompson,  Dewdney, B  C.  IP  (Section 42.)  NOTICE 1b 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 Jh; the hotel known as the Huntingdon^ Hotel, situate at Huntingdon,  B.C., in the Province of British Col-  '������������������"������\tiia  *������d this 3rd of October, 1911.  '*' SAM GILES,  ��������� ... Applicant.  Matsqui   Hotel  MISSION CITY, B.C. ,  This hotel makes a specialty of  home-like comforts for Commercial  Travellers.    Comfortable  sitting-  room and   best of hotel service  Cuisine Unexcelled.  Rates: $ll5������$2 per day  CHAS. E. DeWITT, Proprietor  (Continued From FaJS^������������L^  represented abroad, and is making  preparations ' to conduct a.'large  export ' trade.  By the establishment of euch a  branch, I he" Company will' also be  . anabled to keep the factory fully  occupied the whole of the year,  thus retain and make' use. of the  services of their staff, without, interruption, which, as will be readily understood, is a much desired.  jiond.\tion.   . t  The Company is arranging 'for  the new branch t.o b4, in full running .order early in the New Year  ais all the preliminaries will be  completed, and everything in read  iness pending the arrival of the ma  chinery, of which it- is understood  ihe company has received late ad-  v.iicc-a in rt.gard to its early sh.p-'-  ment,  HOTEL ARRIVALS  Commaroial.  Jos Scott, Chilliwack.  Dan McCor'mick,. Mission.  Sa.ndie McLeo'd, Vancouver.  Alex Falconer, Vancouver.  Sam   Falconer;  Vancouver.  C. P., Sullivan; Belfast. Ireland  J. Johnson, Mat'squ'.  George Ellison^" Vancouver.  J.  W. Johnson,  Westminster.  J. W.^kirschharo, Spokane.  L P- u'fon, Vancouver.  George Moorhous'e, Bellingham  'M.  M.iler,  Spokane  D. O'Hara, Cork Ireland.  D. McGregor,*:'Glasgow,  R. Tajensen, Sumas.     '���������  .   J.  A.   Brooks^BeUipghap'.  A,   Ah^ei;son,'^Westm)i.nster  J. Peterson, " Spokane  Rube -bash-wood;' Spokane.';  Miss  Co urtetiay, '.Victoria;    ���������  A. Johnson, Vancouver..  B. AnthonyV Vancouver."  Si T. Cook,1 Westminster.'  W.  D.   Harding,' Spokane .  W. K. Armour/'Vancouver ,  *   M.   Taylor,   Vancouver..  J. A. Blair, Vancouver.  you  YOU WILL REQUIRE   ���������  Hardware      Furniture  Sashes and Doors  These we keep in stock of first-class quality and at  prices that will pay you to deal at the Home Store.  'Let us figure on your order.  \m  Apples, Blackberries, and Plums,  all kinds,  quantities.  taken  in   large  and. small  Windfalls and culls  c  am kjo..9  ;; j Mission City, B. C.  Abb&tsfopd Hotel.  J. M. Hatt, Vancouver.  F. C. Wilson, Vancouver. .  IT; Jeffries, Vancouver.  Stanley   Pratt,  Vancouver.  Lawrence Fortes, Vancouver.  R. McKinnon,' Vancouver.  A   S. -Taylor, Vancouver.  S. Lee. Toronto.''  W,   McKay,   Toronto;.  G. Anderson, Toronto.  . C. Fr.icker, Vancouver.  Bert Sanders, Vancouver.   .  \V. F. Cuileton," Washington.-  N. K. Mortmd',' Westminster;  M. Fino, Vancouver.  J. G. CuUeton, Washington.  VV~. Barnhar'dl, Wash.'  J. D. Grady, and wife. Vancouver  A. Hoft, Vancouver.  Sam King, Vancouver.  Wm. Macdonald, Victoria.  -   T. Henderson, Vancouver.  J. S. Elite It)' Vancouver.  J. ��������� M.  Hatt,  Vancouver.  James  Hamilton, Vancouver.  B. R. Durioribury, Vancouver  G. D. Paterson, Abbotsford,  C. 0. Bradshaw, Vancouver.  E. B. Hodgson, Vancouver.  Alex Kodgers, Chilliwack.  H. T,. Valentine, Vancouver.  T. J. L. Dowries, Matsford.  VV'.E. Davidson, Vancouver,'  LIQUOR-'ACT,' 1910.  (Section 42)  NOTICE is hereby given that, on  the first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintend-'  ent 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 26th day of September,  1911. ������������������'"���������-���������������������������'���������'  JAMES McELROY & Co.  Geo. Zeigler  Carriage, House  and Sign Painter  Call and get prices.  All work guaranteed  Abbotsford -       Bv C.  Painting, Sign Writing  General repair work  J. E. PARTON  Abbotsford        ���������-       B. C  Good Storage Room for  ��������� Furniture.  WATCH ABBOTSFORD GROW  ABBOTSFORD  ar cnanneriain  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  Conractor and Builder  Don't forget  WHEAT  $2.00  ' A sack  We buy Poultry  J. J. SPARROW, prop.  Jobbing Brickwork  Chimneys a specialty.  Orders left at the office of  C. A. Sumner & Co. will re-  cieve prompt attention.  For the Residence,  Store or Office.  lectric P������wer  For Factories and  Industrial. Plants  Read tho new ads. in this issue and  be happy. .      . ^       ^  Convenience      Comfort      Economy  Attention will be given to all applications lor service from our lines.  Address all enquiries to  Light and Power Department  Holden-Block, Vancouver.  itish Columbia Electric Railway  TZ&ti  Til    if  11  '���������f  #  m  m  JPJl  ^  r"'l  ���������vi  .������'T  I  m  %'i  "Ml  ���������    ?&\  -'".'!;.i"J  ���������W:4  - '-m

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