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 '���������  r ���������  W#  ?^, b. q  OFFICIAL PAPERvOFTHE.GRAND LOYAL ORDER OF BOOSTERS  Vol.. V., No'. 20.  ABBOTSFORD, B. C, FRIDAY,   SEPT. ' 20,   1912  8 '$1'. 00 PER YEAR  *  m  OUR SPEC  FOOTBALL BOOMING  l^L������r*-  6000 ROUTE  IIUBPOTSFORD,  in  -IS-  V ������  m  m  m  Your Money Back If Not  |* Satisfied.  Football  is  getting ,,exciting  AbbotRford and the "boys are practicing for the purpose'tof winning  ,a large number'of'games this .season.   There, iB   a  veryj.gootl fighting ohanoe that the]HiU-Tbut! cup  wilj come to- A^bp|sfdrd 'this season instead o_f MiKfljori-lCity,.where  it  has   been  since'las)!' season.'   ,lt  will  sure  come'h'o'rneY\be'fore    the  season closes and there will be' onu  of the .grandest welc6mes awaiting  it that "you can' imagine.   Ip that  not right? \ "       */   '     -| '*  Abbotsford ;hasji good team this  season, and ,a ,conversation; with  one of the members pi theclub this  week led the, Post to..believe J:hat  Abbotsfordhas the beat team, they  ever had, and a team that will  ��������� work, together to. good.advantage.  The glory of the football season  Avill soon be on' and- the practice^,  are entered this-year.^witK a vim,  heretofore unknown fin,the history  of .football in this town.  On the .iSlst, Saturday,: this wteek,  a game -will-be -played/with Lang-.  "ley-'on "the"'Abbotsford grounds':'* 'It-  is %o be; an   example of .the ,bestv  football  that <Abbotsf ord can . put  ���������i.p - The Visitors will be. w.elltreat  'ed.but they will be beaten but^go,  away- determined, that next   time  they will come back and win, arid  they  will also, go away with the  impression that the Abbotsford. boys*  .ire good clean sports..,  MINIMUS  f  3.  \  Noted  for Fresh  Groceries and  Choice Blends of Teas  '4 <  A Full   Line  of  Dry Goods,  Boots  and   Shoes at  Special Prices  Leave your order for preserving peaches, $1 crate  After the (match a meeting will  be held when it-" will-be decided  what will be done'towards forming  a league fori the Valley this year.  If a.''satisfactory conclusion is arrived at, it is likely a Joint,mooting of the representatives .of the  following clubs will meet and form;  a league for matches this season.���������  Hope, Deroche, Mission City, Langley, Abbotsford and' Chilliwack.  . Junior football is to "be in swing  this season-'too"and a meeting, of  those interested will be held at an  eaily .date. It is likely 'that viie  Karidad Cup will' be the centre of  -iJi coptests (Joe Haddad, the jewpl  er of Mission (City has rut. up ��������� a  oup.) LeagueT/matches wiilVbe .arranged if "the following leading can  .be gottent o enter the leagu.e--iM.i-  sion City, (Abbotsford, Pine'/Grm-p,  Deroche andHammondi- .Thegames  for the cups.will.be held alternately at the different places. , The boys  of Abbbtsford' have asked the Post  to just watch their smoke this season.    ,'..-���������  Last week-Mr.1 J. A.-Tupper of  Mission 'City passed through; Abbotsford  on -his way home from  Vancouver. . He- had' started 'out  from  Mission' City- on' the inorth  side of the-Fr.aser.River and had  followed the , Dewdney trunk road!  to/Coquitlam a'ndrthen on to New.  Westminster;^returning by,way of,  die Scott and Yale road to Ab'-  botsford' then  taking the  River'-,  side ,rcad ;north to  Mission City,  crossing. the  ferry at, that point.  He  was  accompanied by  a. number���������three���������of   citizens  of^J^Usion  City.'-. "*'   ' ^ - ;,  ''-' -.- T . ��������� . - ' '"  _>Mr. Tupper says that, it ,was (he  finest trip'heever.had ina^-auto;  and is .only hoping that it' Will' be'-'  his pleaavwe to; go -over the same-,  route again at an '-'early, "date. ' Of"  course.he was surprised that the  roads were as -good'as he 'found  them to be at this time of the year  with the recent rains:   ��������� ''.  The   Fraser (Valley   automobile  route has always, been   a  favorite -  theme\of the e'ditor of-Ihir.padur  and this year it-was his" privilege?'  to take a trip rc>ver this road.  Glad  .to see that others have found, the  same real pleasure.   The Dewdney  trunk roadjis, wittt the exception;  of   a. few places, excellent',; while  tihe .'Scott"".and Yale roads Are '.the  finest, in the'rland.   The beautiful  soeriery���������both, mountain  and farm  ���������is, the. fin est that one could wish  t'c<, have. ��������� ��������� There;}'are , a ' iarge>num-.  ber of .very prosperous 'farniaj in ali  the  districts  he'passed" thrtfugW  that would surprise a "lot 6t people were they to ,take' the trip.  Asked  as to whether-he {Would  recommend.th& trip, he. said thai  he /would and'that .it would, be   a  real pleasure for him to give any  information to tourists Wihio,'.might  desire such.   He says that at_ this ���������  time of'the year, the trip is  well  .worthy the time as it demonstrates the progress that is being made,  /n all parts.   There is land clearing  POST REPRESEMTflTIVE  VISITS NURSERY  It is always   a  pleaNsure to,visit  the Upland Fruit Ranch and Nursery,   and   have   a   chat  with'.tliy  proprietor,' Mr." H. Nelson.   Twicv  a   year, it is  the privilege'of thy  Fo"st   representative   to  visit-  this  young ' industry  which   has C lom*  33 miich towards, making Abbots-  ,ford > known  throughout .the' Vai-  ley in particular .and 'the.province  in general, "for'lie ships trees and  plants to all parts of the, province  ���������stock that is a-credit to himselJ  and- to the ;fruiit-industry, of  th������  province.   Mr.- Neljgpn^ has demon-* -  strated', what can 'ber-. done, jji ��������� a-  small way and with very little capital*' and; a   whole lot; ofvenergy,,,  backed up hy the will .to workand.  wait patiently for."the.results.1!i''ou������;  years jago he/atarted inlthe'vUgja.  forest to clear land tp^make., a,B,ul!-  cess'fui������nur'sery'r ' That1 .'"he" has' 3uc-  ceeded'one has! only- to visit .nan  this /time ibf the year-and, take* la  walk arovind. the nursery.   And.^yet  .he;says, he; is ,only .beginning.,^ "Do.  .believes Jn  the power  of  adver-  -iisi������g^nd,J,has;an-ad 'in.J,tluB-tis������ut������{ ,  ofthe (paper.' Read i't.,(   \ ,-'  In ."the '"straw^).erry',line'jypu?!wilJ  .for, nJarlr'n^Sp^rtlinw  on all sides, and- a gre;at lot of.  building of 'substantial' -homes ail  along the line, particularly [bn the-  north side of tlie river and near  Abbotsfordi'' They believe tjiatthe  farmers -and fruit growers,," notwithstanding the rainy seasoip, have  had a ��������� succeasful year. \   '   '  i  ODDFELLOWS'WE  INSTITUTED HERE  io*oeer Store  V  Abbotsford 'Lodge No. 20, I. O.  p. F. Avas d!uly instituted on Wednesday evening by ������.'Past Gr.umi  Master Wallace Law of Vancouver  assisted by a number of the broth  ren from Chilliwack, New Westmin  ster, Vancouver and Cloverdale.  The ceremonies took place in the(  new Masonic Temple and proved  highly interesting to the large*  gathering 'of the order who had  come to join in the opening o,f a  lodge of Oddfellows at Abbotsford.  After the institution of the lodge  the ' following charter members  Avere installed in 'their, respective  offices: ��������� j  Past;, Grand, B; B. Smith. N. (J.  freorge? iCi Clark, V. G. ��������� j  Past Grand, *C. F. Yates, Rec aud  Financial Secretary. \,  Alexamder McCallum, Treas.  Davidi Campbell, Warden '���������  ���������G. W. Gillett, Cond. t        j  W. J. McClennahan, I. G:,  i  Suppei* was fserved at eleven o'clock, after Avhich the work of in--  itiation and conferring degrees on  applicants for membership was begun and lasted uniil the early morn  ,ing hours, there-being thirteen can  didates, all- of whom were advanced to/full membership.   Thedegren  '.work was done'by members of the  visiting    lodges    and   Abbotsford  Lodge feel deeply grateful for thei\.  valuable assistance.  see- that for\Clark'sf Seedling.^arfd  the Magoon he can  supply,  a' lot  1 of "the" healthiest 'plain ts' that * e ycr  left  ,a   nurseryr Th,ese are -air,on  i new- beds' and'' to. 'a   prospective)  buyer - that,' means1' a !16t!' ��������� He .nas  alFkinds'qf;apple trees���������in fact he,  says he'has some 10,000 trees   for  sale this season. He has a lot more  planted,  probably; ten' tirnes   inat  amount,' but they are not on the  market this .'season.   They are all  one and two year ,old trees,   are  alJ grafted on whole- French "Crab  'Apple   stock���������the  stock > irnporfSii  edscfrom France direct.   Just think-  of what that means. / '-.  Mr. Nelson informs this |>ap'er  that the past Beason has been a,  good 'one for hursery stock, and ti  is, sure his trees and. plants* look as  though they had' been .flourishing  during the past season  -gr'oAvth has indeed been  able. His work demonstrates what  nan be done around Abbotsford in,  the fruit .growing industry., - He  has a lot of young trees that ������������������ are'  just coming* into bearing ���������' and he  has some fine apples taken from  trees this year.     ,  Mr. .Nelson is very much .disappointed that there^ is not going to  be a fair at Abbotsford this soa-  fson as he-says it Vould have, done  hi ma lot of good to have been  able to demonstrate what fine fruit  can be groAvn.'here. He hopeB there  will be one next (year.  -1  A  'for   the  remark-  NEW HALL IS  NEARLY READY  The new agricultural hall of the  Matsqui Agricultural and Horticultural Association is neanng coraple  tion and will be ready for, use next  week Avhen the Heeond annual bIioav  will be-held. The building is two  story high, thirty feet wide and  seventy six feet long. The cattle  sheds are some three hundred feet!  "���������  :[  < i  "(Oontinaed on laat. Page;  P'E  %.!���������*  : U ���������.3.V!* ������BB ABBOq  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  Published   every   Friday   by'*,the .'Post  Publishing- Comp������������y:'   ���������  ��������� A weekly .-'Journal "d������Woted<itQ the inter-  . ests of Abbotsford and-isuu-ending idis-  ' trict- I    i ,  Advertising Bates made know-, u-.ap-'  .pli cation. ' '  ' LEGAL ADVERTISING���������12. centH;'per  =Ii:ie for first Insertion.-and.Scents a'lme-  for all subsequent consecutive insertions.  Our SUibboleth���������Wotther--*or nor 1 agin'  tha   Government.  ^... .,....-..I.   iniimwn ���������������������������������    '!" *   '���������" ...'��������������������������������������������������������������������� ",'   Ji"!L  ,  FRIDAY,   SEPT. 20,   1912  takes    a   hand  in   reforming    the  w"orld  outside of her own h;Qme���������  BACHELOR   BLUL  Man was made to admire woman,  and* woman was created to receive-  the   admiration   of  man,   but  the  '    twentieth century sees woman oc- j  cupying  other positions than  the  one "the Good Boiok tells .us she was  .intended.   We--are, told, that woman .was made as a helpmate to man  .    ���������not  a  reformer, of the people of  the' world; notto 'compete against  man in his-daily occupations; notn  to sow seeds, of discontent against'  human laws; but to assist him! in,  .his .duties to his fellow-man; to enable-:him to have- the comfprts-oi;:a  home; to enjoy life and to make-  this a good.'old- -world 'to. live. in.  In.the.modern struggle for wealth  and.the'-ga-udy.-butterfly life of .'lie.-  twentieth!-century, woman-has at  cepted other than the position, bis'  helpmate.'to man.-  She is   a  cour-  ..���������letitor.   We .see women-occupying  ��������� > ������uauy7,high positions in  the-.'-to."'  merce and ^business ;of our country  Woman aspires to. equal privilege*);  with-the-man  in ;the 'ballot;  wny?"  becauseisheJis'n,ot satisfied to remains a ��������� helpmate to man, ;but;  a  ;.c'pmpsti,torv She; a&yk-;'tt,.is,  tho  strife 'for-'freedom'-ifrom' \slavery.;  ���������Women ���������.dccupyppait'iona' that nien  ought"Lto\ct -.(        .   .(        '.-     .   '''  Many are icomingvto.believe now"  ���������adays tt'a'. woman-'Bhouid not teaih;  school,1 should -not) fill, the position  of saleslady.in stoies/bs stenograpri  ' era and book-keepers, and the oth-;  >er<\pqfiitions that.'men .-should-be en-  !gag.ed.Iiri. ^It'ds all foi" the. dollar  and -the-life that* surrounds'it is  surely one'of the reasons, for the  high eoBt of living,. .   , r..  'Th.eorih'tak'envifr.om' Adam-.grew'  to-' a- .woman, ^consequently tone  might' expect, that future  women-  should-have similar ambitions"  to  . men; ien,dow������d with; ability of tha  same calibre-as mjan, ;and'above :atl;  - a-'helpmate to man.   It cannot be  expected that  when' women, cake  upon, themselves-to go into other.  fields >of 'life; than- -that ;for whieh*.  they were'-'created that'-they Wiil"  have  the  same .success,   t-vhh.   ot ���������  course, (exceptional cases,.as-if .aoi-  ��������� ing-ias-i a- helper to. her; husband'.  Itwis   a good old idea, that the  hand  that rocks the cradle, rulebv  the world.   Of course many do not  .believe.ithis-and. scofI' at. the ide^  ;but what man is the worse of: hav-.  A ing had the training in the religious, moral ��������� and   physical    when  young,-.what girl wii-h-the guidance  ol.' a   wise, mocher'dous'. not'igro.V/  up to womanhood; an .ornament fj  tlie home, and   a  .blessing 'to. her  parents.   The happy home life.wi.h  na.���������wise, training (/or <,the future  difficulties to be contended ,with,.ia  the result of the careful guidance,.:,  in childhood.  The Hon.- Joseph Martin1 is atill  trying t6 reform the - world. ,He  would abolish'',the House of'Lprils,  and if need be (elect a second  chamber by the popular vote' of  the people "the, same as any democratic .and , sane go^vennmenJ  should." * The'House of Lords may  riot, be all that'Ave wish, but tho  election of a(.second and, superior  chamber Avouldmean the.introduction of much politics into; our government. Not- even the-Senate oT-  Canada is elected by the popuiar  v*ote. Of course "Joe" might.wan":  the Senate abolished, but he is not  alone in that respect.  Tho popular 'A'o'ce of the people  in electing our,.law-makers .is certainly according to British and Can  adian constitution, but to have the  candid honest opinion of any body  of men on legislation passed by par  liamcnt, we do not believe it can  be -secured from a body elected by  the populate A'ote. To give aucn  thatbody,- we believe, must- be removed from' the day when they  must face the electorate. ���������  If Hon. Mr. Martin in his revising  ol the British-.constitution had! an  idea -to remove the House of Lords  and have a chamber above" the  House of CommonsCelected similar  to��������� our Canad an Senate there might  be something to his contention.' But  for? all 'parts.-of the governing machinery to be; elected by the popular 'vote of the people is the m-  troduotion of 'tootmuth pplitics'in-  to our go\rernment. Still thet would  be .in keeping with his ideas���������he  was; always filled-body and rfoul .  with drastic political ideas.'  ���������   It- seems  strange 'that  the Hon '  ��������� Jos:' Martin" showld ��������� make  his  annual ltripB to'.Canada, and take 'up-'  ���������on"himself'the: solemn 'diuty of ed-  ucating'rus:,Westerners iri .politico,.  Surely-no Canadian ".can look upon  'on''the -ideas of Mr.'Martin other-  'Avise'-th'an -that of "turmoil "pjolitics.  British Columbians "have no*'forgot  ten the1-time, when' he had  a  hand i  in: the   politics   of   this province.  Compare!those-days-with the stable government- of the province ; compare-, the   financial -conditions voi  those days with those of the, present. '/     '������������������,.���������.���������:.. j(     ^,_..-,  Whether we be'Conservative.or  Liberal-we musti^all recognize the  fact'that the financial standing of  the province mnder the .present  igovernment looks (better in Uh'e  eyes-of the money mark-et than under themethodsemplqyed by Martin Avhen he had .. a / hand in .the  politics of this proyinfee.  attire, betoken average success and  prosperity, still the average oerson  feels  a  sense ot pity for the un- -  fortunate and there is coupled witU">  this the ^ feeling -of curiosity, as to-  the nature > of the accidenjt which1  has deptived him in some Avay of a'  portion' of hia anatomy.   You, nave  taken .notice not that'" a   one-leg-'  ged mian is unusual,- not that' ypu ���������  knoAV that'there must be many.ous-  legged men in the' world,' but that  you have seen this one-legged man  today���������tomorrow yo-u may seet another one, and more, next'week:-  Be this as it may, i*������ is- probably, true 'chat each' onerlegg'edi  ,man you see AVili haA'e - the same  subconscious effect on you.'  ��������� You took notice because of .the  individuality' of- the one-legged!  man. In, the crowed on the au-eet  he A\-as iiiinglea.AVicn d.roves of,rwu  legged men, buc ail o* them uhr  marjved in any ^vay from lus, iei-  iuw man. You are an inuividuai  in the business Avorld, beyou:u������-  ionic liii* 'husmess or doing. bUBineds  as a lirm, a. corporation or eveu  a trust, it is up^ tq you to staud  out from tne mass, to advertise, if  you please, a >'something different" from the other fellow.  It' is a'mistake tothink that th".  man with the AVooden'leg must  '���������loom up".or be noticeably tailor  than the crowd, but/he 'must havt,  "his sign out" to'attract attentn/n.  Th'e 'moral/of this epilogue, J car  brother, is this: L .   .'  Whe,!/ you sv.ant'tp send out an'  announcement to. your trade for  any event', don't tread the old beaten paths,, but go down and'browse  amony the enormous line, of i:,j; er  papers Ave carry, pick out something original in-color and'quaniv,  have it. made up in' an ..original,  way, printed.' ' ditto,-' and.���������ne\ er  mind' the expen'se���������$how- - y^Jur  Avoo'den'leg. ' }  NEW .WESTMINSTER PROGBLS-'  SiVli   ASSOCIATION  ,- There are a ,.*iiumber- of'fine build  ing ..sites in. .'and  hear Abbotsford .  that can be 'purchased 'at veryreas  onable ra^e-s.    With the transport- ,  ation facilities that'the  manufacturer can sget- in thjs town it is . a,  yc^-y, remarkable/thing that our raal  estate agents have-been .unable to-  attract  some, of these  capitalists.-  There are opportunities!, for capitalists in this, town that t'eAV realize,  and Abbotsford is just u'Waiung the-.  capita*isti4 class to come.  THE MAN WITH THE "WOODEN  LEG  Woman suffrage may be secu-,.-,,!,  during,this century, but as a,;n ���������sr  periment,.not. even   a������������������ Psxr>ikhurat:  can forecastv   Think'-'of-'t^' j happiest, lovliest womaF ^. flee lf }(he  One .of- the- greatest walkinjg ad  vertise)ments - is the man witid tho  wooden leg.  Subconsciously you tglance at.him  ft-ji'd; in that glance the question itf  formed, in your mind^ as to how he  lost the member, audi'concurrently^  you look -him over) toi ascertaia if  perchance the loss has worked a  hardship, on him in; any form. Be  his attire seedy or showing i,ar;k':  of ���������meainis, a Avaye of pity seem.a to  floAV volumtairilyto him; or, if' hia J  The day is - drawing near now  when ali'chanc^ of 'winning the $1C0  offered'by the New W'edtmiuater  -Progressive Association Eor'th^ .br.-jt  slogan *.for .their city-will have ,gone  i,Guid-v"er.--.'Septeim.'0'er I2ch-' isr tne  'closing, djate ��������� and the. secretary, ex-  piec-os>hatl there iwial be a big "rush  of entries-at'.the very last moment.  -Wide publicity has been given  the- coco/petition', and slogans haze  uouii i-t-oeive'u i'roin many lar distant points. Oid' England, dix  thousand'miles-aAvay, has sent iu  quota, ^ihile sJogan artists seem to  be-, scattered' thick' on" the rocky  coaidt ot:. JNew^Brun'swick, an'd seagirt N0A71 Scotia.- The--prairies are  not..very, proline in output- but like  like di invoices-f.roin tlhe wild come  entries from the scattered, islands-  oil the .northern' coast' of\B. ^C.  JDoAvn south .of thie line- too, the ever-ready American 'has-set-his" wits  to - Avork . in Seattle, Tacoma and  other near border cities.  - (Real- human interest is found in  a competitor AVho Avrites fr6m a  hospita If or incurables and) the. little- .lad ������of fourteen- AVhose prouS  father sends ' in his- contribution  which-is of real merit; .In that $100  first prize or the, $50 second, prize  th'ere may-lie just'that chance that  some struggling body is ' waiting  for. to lift1 him'from- the ruci. info  the place he should'occupy in this  hard world of ours. ���������  When a fellow goes put.of town  to get'married, does it mean that  he has left his girl behind him?  Oh you rose I  Remember the grand social ball  in the neAvi Agricultural hall Sept.  27th, at Gifford.  . Among the prominent Oddfellows  visiting Abbotsfoed'this week was  Joseph Peers -'of-Chilliwack, whoae  enthusiaum for the Order and valuable assistance greatly helped the  Abbotsford!'brethren.  Several auto pari lea drove Ju  from Chilliwack on Wednesday evening to assist af the openings of  the ; Oddfellows' Lodge.  There was a* young girl at-Pike's Peak, ,���������  Who,1 with her lover wentdriviag last week,. '     '  ,Whfen lo! the neck yoke] flimsy center, it''b'roke, :  And with c; crash, in a jiff, all went rover the cliff, -  With-a-terrible clatter, their remain.; fhey-did scatter.'  While away to its goal, flew "each liule 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  Abbotsford   .  Livery, Feed and Sales Stables  When you require a comfortable rig;  one that feels good and looks good;  ring up '     . *  CURRIE & McKENZIE  ������������  "Slaughter the Ducks  The shooting season opens on Monday, Sept. ?rid.  To get the best results use   f  Dominion Duck Shells  Known as a sure kill.   We also carry a line (>of'Te-  liable guns.    ^ ,l- \  5  Abbotsford  Hardware. /Co.  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  Jas." Elliott'' ������������������   Manager  If you are looking  for Bargains in . . ���������  Town Lotsv Farm Lara  or Chicken  See.M.rL McPHEE  Insurance-Fire and Life  Telephone Connection  ��������� /  Purchase our 5 and 10 acre fruit lands, or if in need  of a home, you have a choice of Houses or Bungalows.  tiVkv  f\nir>h   Q-alr* A good Business in Abbotsford, now  F Or  yUlLKOdiC-       j     dnd a money-getter.  Good Manufacturing Site-^^g-JS'  INSURANCE-Fire and Life, see  ���������-fn.  .mi  ������1 TMJS AjaUUl'SFUKD i UST,       AJB.B WTSFUJKIJ, B Uj,  awrotMTMiMyil"^;:^^  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 ip2.00  GEO.   C.  CLARK,Abbotsford,B.C.  5TT3C  ERC  mmsEBSssmz  zmwHgtaeammmm  J   MCELROY 8c Co.  %  LIQUORS,   WINES  AND    CIGARS  OF THE 6EST QUALITY  II Cor. Essendene Ave. and, Oscar St:,;  ���������jilHW"���������  CITY  ~QjBB  =<aa������������  '    I'  mp  WW  ���������i  BtftBimawiHBam  ABBOTSFORD,. B.-Cl  ' Strictly ^first-class in every respect.   Thevbar is  stocked-with the best of wines,, liquor and cigars,  ?, RATES;  $150 TO  $2.00  PER  DAY  PECKHAM & HUTTO'N -     PROPRIETORS'!  **B53  ���������i$  BUTCHER  Pork, Mutton, -Jfeefj Veal, Pork Sausages,   Weimes  and Balog'na always on hand.    Fish every Thursday  ���������' \  (Associate  Members Can.  Soc. C. E.)  Civil Engineers'  R. A. HENDERSON  B. C. LAND - SURVEYOR  Office, next P. O.  P. O. Box 1 1  Wat  MONTREAL.  THE STANDARD Is the National  Weekly.- Newspaper of the Dominion  of Canada. It is national in all it:.  alms.  It uses the most expensive engravings, procuring the photographs from  all over tho Avorli.  Its articles arc carefully selected one"  Its editorial policy Is thoroughly  independent.  A subscription to The Standard  costs ?2.C0 por yoar to any address in  Canada or Great ������������������Britain.  TRY IT FCR 1912!  Montreal   Standard   Publishing   Co.,  'Limited,  Publishers-  . ORIMMETT  Eyeight Specalist  Manufacturing Optician  DoeB the Finest  Optical  Work.  Medical'men and others  pay  tribute to his skill.  793 Granville! St.  Vancouver  Anyone'will lie able to buy a complete outfit for aerophoning for $100  in a-little while. Sir Wm. Bull, the  chairman of the Grindell-Matthews  Wireless Telephone.Syndicate, told an  Interviewer that this would probably  be the price of the two necessary  small boxes, and it is expected that  before long the aerophone will be  in everyday use. "One of the largest  firms of financiers in England,"  said Sir William, "have taken  a great interest in the Invention. They allowed us to  use their strong-room for experiments. The room Is built of chilled  steel, and is, air-tight, so that our  operator could only, remain in it for  10 minutes. In that time he got connected with another operator on the  roof of the building. Experiments have  also ,been successfully carried out  and' I, myself, have in the early  stages of the invention spoken  'through' the walls of a suite of  rooms." The two boxes which complete the outfit are about nine cubic  Inches each, and are made of mahogany.    _   How are you fixed withypur supply of stationery for the Fall.  Business? Remember, there is an old proverb which says"A  man is known by the cdmpany he keeps." ������T6 this-has-been/  added the following, which is equally correct and meant-esr  pecially 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.  item  r  'Ms  '  i  Ab b  ������ t s r o r  OOOCOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOO(  2   Of THE SCIENTIFIC WORLD  5' -     "  oooocooooooooooooooooooooo  MORE THAN FRUIT AND WINE  Contrary to Popular Belief, Portugal  Is one of the World's Highly  Mineralised Countries.  In   the  popular   mind ' Portugal' is  generally   associated  "with  wine   and  fruit as 'its -only industries* and 'pro-  duets.-'yet-there^are'.several important;  mining .concerns-which add materially  to the wealth of'the country. ��������� Fo'r its"  size' it'   is   one   of'the   most' highly  mineralised'.? countries-'in? the*''world;;J  but while in the time-of the Romans  it was the scene of "much"'mining an'd  metallurgical  activity,  in-these days  its resources'are-not developed'to the  extent that they-should'be.    .;  The great belt of copper-bearing  iron pyrites which springs from:' the  Sierra Morena in Spain passes  through' Algarve ;and 'Estremadura;in  Portugal, ��������� and is lost in the sea near  Lisbon.' All���������,through its course* it is  associated with -manganese. These  are the' only ��������� minerals- south of ' the  Tagus. The "Spanish"'end1 of the-belt  is much wider- than the part which  passes into, Portugal, and Ms worked  by many large companies, the most  important being'the Rib Tl'nto and the  Tharsis mines. The "'former is > the  largest mine of'any-kind in the world.  On the Portuguese, side the largest  mine is the San ' Domirigos, in tho'  extreme south; farther north the Al-  justrel mines, and nearer Lisbon the  Mina da Coveira. Besides these there  are several others of less importance.  This is' the copper district of the  country. * ��������� - ��������� --  ' In one of the Portuguese , mines  where the gossan attains a thickness -  of one hundred and thirty feet it is  treated with marked success for the  small .quantity of gold andr silver  which it contains.       ��������� "  It is a noteworthy fact that ,no  mine of any importance in either  Spain or Portugal has been discovered that has- not been worked 'by the  Romans during their occupation of  these countries. Wherever mineral  outcrops apnear the Roman workings  are to be found, and in "many cases  heaps of slag' amounting .-to ' many-  thousands of tons.  secret.' It rs">'sald",'������liat'',0ie new explosive will not damage .any thing .us-  less-fired .in an 'airtight chamber. A  bag of it, has been' dropped "from a  six-stdry window of the' sidewalk,'  igrainsi'of "It-'-have 'been-'pounded "on-an  anvil, and ��������� a"*rapid-fIre'igun has- bjsen  shot, into a mass-of It, .all with.no  explosion ' following. ; Mr. Wright  claims-th'at If "will stand "275 ^'degrees  of heat without igniting-and so the  danger of spontaneous; combustion is  obviated. It will not freeze,. and it  can . be used 15 minutes .' after being  compounded.iDyriamlte-m'ust'be^stored  ���������90 days before'it .can be used.  Why Your.^Jngers-Crack.  iDr.-Howard-Marsh .tellsdn -a- recent'  'paper that the'"snap," which, is often  both felt and "heard"when a joint that  has tlorig'been stiff-orv at rest'is 'suddenly moved.is a'phenomenon-, to which  bonesetters ,point as- a>plain-demonstration that a, bone was but. and has  been put in.-'"These1 snaps)"however,  ares not - produced *'by >! the- -'concussion1  of two'joint- surfaces:! as' they- come  suddenly into contact but.on-the contrary, are due to the. sudden separation1 of 'two' surfaces 'which 'have 'been  ���������stuck' together -by^'a^too-viscid' and"  tenacious synovial' fluid.: (the -synovial  fluid is of the consistency.of-white of'  egg,' and is "Nature's lubricator of our  Joints, ,In ��������� the-; cavities-' of s-wnlch' it is.  present)." - ��������� Manyipersons\can ;make''all'  their fingers- crack" by-steadily pulling  at them till" the", joint surfaces suddenly separate.  The Cry of the "DeTil-BIrd.*  Of all the awe-inspiring- sounds  emited by wild "creatures none "is "to'  be compared to that, of the "devil-  bird" of Ceylon, whose cry has been  likened to the scream ��������� of a .human-  being undergoing the most frightful  torture.. Naturalists 'have- identified;  this bird with the brown , wood-owl  found in Hindustan. The'"devil-bird;"  or ulama, as the Cingalese call it,' is  an elusive. creature.' The natives of  Ceylon regard the cry .'of this bird  with superstitious horror, for, it 'is  "claimed, its scream 'heard at night  presages the mopt dire -misfortunes.  An official of the Cevlen civil service  has given some study to this curious  bird. "Its ordinary' note, he states, .'is  a magnificent clear, s^out like that  of a human being, heard at a great  distance, and producing a fine effect  in the silence of tho n'ght. 'But the  sounds that have earned for the bird  Its bad name, and which this officer  reports he heard to perfection but  once, are said to he well-nigh indescribable, the mc=t appalling that  "can be imagined, and scarcely to be  heard without a shudder. It has been  compared to the cr'e? -p. a boy in torture, whose screams a������e being stopped  by strangulation.  The Ivory Supply.    .  In view of .the-jrapid disappearance!  of the herds of "elephants which for-,  merly   roamed1 in   Africa,  and   the*  limited number of those animals re-'  mainin'gi In'Asia, attention -has, been;  called1-to   the   enormous; supply   of  ivory which-exists'in-'the "frozen tundras   of   Siberia,   and   which,   it   is  thought,' will probably suffice for the:  world's consumption' for many years  to'come.    This1 ivory, consist's of the:  ,tusks   of    the-  extinct'  species    of:  elephant called'mammoths.-.The tusks'  of these animals were of -great,size,  and   are    wonderfully   abundant' at*  some places in Siberia.  Stronger tli.m Dynamite  The recent death of the inventor of  the Japanese explosive, shimose powder, which played vn^h an important  part in the Russian war, adds interest  to the announc^p-ent made by. B. F.  B. Wright, a former- professor of  chemistry at Harvard, that he has discovered a new explosive- that is almost safe to handle and three times  as powerful as dynamite. Of rourse  the,   ingredients   are   being   kept   a,  Tenth of a Second  It is not common to find a person  who can correctly estimate; the lapse1  of-a single-second, says V well known  Scientist.   -But-   in    these'- days    of  speeding motor-cars  the  exact  time:  when each, of two colliding-vehicles;  must have occupied particular spots  may*��������� be7a 'matter of great Importance.  .In , a -"'recent-' experiment a; car took  nearly ./.'two .' seconds   to   stop   after  brakes-'"were ?appdied,"and 'in that*time-  it moved \%9 'ft '. So even fractions of  a .'second'vare  Important. '^On'e   can  train -himself to estimate even tenths  of a second. ��������� Try it with a watch, and  it will -be''found-that it Is just possible "'to'.'count 10 in the lapse of a  single ' second.    But one must count  very fast' to dp Jt.  How a Man Who Married for Money  Was  for  Years   Kept  in' Pocket  Money By His  Wife ��������� Who  Held a Tight Hold on the  Cash.  I married for money, and now I  wish I hadn't. I was a bank^clerk,  when'a wealthy customer ���������' a widow  ��������� took a fancy to me. She invited  me .to various soolal functions at her  house, and before long I knew that I  had- only to propose to be accepted.  I didn't hesitate.'    While I was not  in the least bit in love with Mrs.   I liked her, and foresaw a pleasant  existence as the master of some thousands a year, a cosy house In town,  alTu a nice" pTa.ce Tn lie Country.    .  At least, I fancied I "was "g'oin'g~to  be the" master,of'airthese'good things;  ���������but that'was I where I made 'the/miB-  'folrp fc .  Naturally, I. resigned-from the bank'  ���������  ��������� "indeed, .my fiancee'insisted on my .  'doing so ��������� and this "seemed a fa'vour-  -able  opportunity for vhinting   that  I  'should* require ' some-'money-'for-< my  own -personal, use.    The'answer; was ��������� ���������  ���������satisfactory in a way.''Didn't" fkriow-  'that' aM\ she- had' was :m������ne?' ,-That   -  sounded* all right; -but, alas, her law-    .  yers took,precious good care that not,  a single penny of"her money 'did really'-;  become mine! ' ,- - ,    .  There imay be cases.'of '.rich--5women;  :marrying';poor'men, -and making,them  independent for life by handing them  'over a 'lump sum,,'but'I "can"only 'say    ,  Itha'tPhave* yet'tb'h'ear' of an-authentic-'  instance.'   As' it is, ��������� I' receive1' an , al ��������� ������������������  lowance-of  $1500. a" year,, but  It  Is  ���������'absolutely at my wife's-pleasure..  Well;'you  may-say," $1500  a"year<,  pocket-money, the" "run cf my teeth'"  In a,-comfortable,? even- a- luxurious-���������  .'home,' motor-cars, hunters; what have  I to'grumble"at? 'But I' ani-rn'O'longer  a'bank-clerk on,$G.5u .a-year.;;_ .I"'heve-  developed' expensive ���������'':tastesV���������'-I   -am  'thrown:-with men" who'^sp'end-"-$1500 a-;  'year--and.'more'ons their clothes.-; ;,������������������'  True,.'my, wife pays my tailors'."and_'  ���������other '" bills' and im'akes*' raVbands^imr  '  'presents from time-itC-'timel vPradti-  ' cally;- '-however,' I ��������� am-, harder' Up-.r than  ever.I was as a -bank-clerk.   '���������,; >-, .. .v( : ,  We "do-not "get on at "all -badly, 'iny*  wife an'd'I*, but'there"areM'times"wh"en';  my -po'&ition''iS'Vaimo3t 'intolerabler-'and.',  .I-.( wish; I were-'back- at; my.;��������� desk,- .a'.'-  free .nianj not- ashamed to face other,  ���������men. , . '-,       ,'t "<   '     ." -.'"' ���������   -  ' 'Tf'"we'lhlt'it >6ff'I pretty ;-we*iIl*'Ttoi-;  igether/i.occ^sjoJaal tiffs :are 'inevitable,-,  i and At lis ?then -that-, my wife 'is .apt to.  remind me tha fit* is she' who holds-.  .,tihe*'p.u'r3b"-string's."' Ahd; one ' way Joil> -  ' anotiher}' I "am^always ^'being; reminded^'  iofs'thisodlsagreeable; fact.;   If:';a-,,'man!  'wam'ts- to-seill-- me - a- horse.  I, cannot,.  say ,rYes" until'I have asked'my wife."  If we subscribe to anything the s'iib--  scriptiori' - appears:- in'- her - ��������� name'. >br /  jointly -with -mine..'.   ;���������' '-/.������:- v.^.  The . servants treat me .with ^veiled  :insolence;" for 'they; k'rtSw 'niy'' 'true'  . p'os^'tl6n, as-well; as-I'do.-  A Wife Keeps .he Keys  In 'a rec-ent '-lawsuit'-between' a- rich ���������  wife and a-poor'husband.i.t was show;n.;.  that she kept the keys  of the wine-^--;  ��������� collar, and- every time' her"lord" and^1:  ;master" wanted-'a-bottle:of-twine,'-hei -'  had'to-ask ^hisJ wife for, the keys/;My-'  wife.-does, not-pu't .such  an indigjuity  on me' as that; 'but'"still we are not' -  .kiiig'and queen, but queen '<ari'd."!pri&ce-  'consort,' and' in  the  end, jpractic'ally  ���������everything connected with the house  'has'to be referred to her."     ;     '-  ;   I have met'a-good'many-other rich  women's'husbands; and-11��������� don't, know   .  one-who is really ha^'py--   Often-;they<  'take-to drink to drown their feelings  of self-contempt.    Scimeti.mcs;   'kept*  ���������short of'ready-money; they''get it')by  gorging  their  wives'  names- to mollis *  ���������and cheques.  I am talking, ofcodrse, of men who  like ��������� myself,'- "are absolutely depeh'deh't'  on their wives.' I don't'say,'that rich-1  women should only mprry rich-/men; -  'but. unless a man c?n maintain'him-.,  self independenf'df 'his wife," their-his '  'posl-tton is at best invidious; whllc'It"  is often-little-short of intolerable.,.     .  * '.' -  REALISM IN THE CHURCH.  The  cult  of  reaMsm   is  spreading.  Art, Literature, and  the 'Stage'.'   have'  all  been  permeated   by   it,  and  how  the    Church    seems  to  bb following  suit.   The pioneer Is the Rev. Charles;  Harrison, vicar, of Selston, a-colliery "  village "in England.   For the celebration of the harvest festival the ylcar  decided to use "God's own temple"���������  a stackyard -attached to the farm of  one   of "his   congregation.    A ��������� farm  waggon, with the 'horse in ;th'e-shafts,  was used <as. a!' pulpit,    sheaves    of  corn being placed ;at each corner. On  one side of the waggon  was a large  wheat stack, on the other side a'stack' .  of oats, and at the rear hay and straw '  ricks.      The    surpliced    choir-   and  school children.sang harvest hymns.  M  '. 'ii  ���������A  ���������< ���������-'-'$  '   U  x.   ������������������  I'  T, THfi ABBOTSFORD POST,  ��������� , Mr.;-Brown 'of the Royal Bank 'la  spending   a   few holidays at Ne.w  -Westminster.  Mr. VM. L. McPhee is sick at tho  hospital at New Westminster, bul  is recovering, all'trust l'apidly.  Mr.: Henderson, who will in all  probability take over the Abbotsford Hotel at an early date, was in  town on Wednesday,  ",/rhis is great* weather for bird*  Birdie is well.  ' Mrs.  Mclnnes   was at' the coa3t  this week.      '  Mr. Hill-Touit has returned; from  his' trip to/California. ,'"���������,  otsrord oakery  Mr. B. B. Smith's new store build  ing is progressing favorably and  'in the course'of a few weeks, jwili  be one of the finest buildings in  ito\\(ji. He expe'cts sto move nis  stock in in the course of ,a .month  or six weeks.  To7~  ',-; MATSQUI PRIZE LIST  Class 15 A��������� Single Driving .Horse  in'harness was omitted in the M.'  '. A. '*,&��������� H. Assn. Prize1 List-of 1912,'  any   one. can  enter    and    exhibit  \same at' the coming exhibition- on,  Sept. 27ith, 1912. 1st 'prize, |j5.00 ;  2nd prize.$2.50.  i6. Special for best two loaves  of .bread made from Seal of Alberta  Flour, 1st, 1 bbl. flour; 2nd ywbbi.  Seal' of-Alberta 'Flour. Donat&i.  by Calgary Milling Co. through  H'alverson. "& Hougrm,. Matsqui.  Bread, Buns, Cakes, Kisses, Cream Puffs'  Wedding Cakes a specialty.  Fresh Cakes Every. Day  Try our home made taffy, 25 a pound  ALBERT LEE; PROPRIETOR  ' New Hall is Nearly Ready  (Continued From "Page One)  l'ong and sixteen feet, wide.     The  building will cost when completea"  about $3,500 and will be ;a  credit  , to the municipality in  which'the  exnibiti'pn is held.  .    ;-In this ha'll.on .'the 27th of Sept-  "   ember"; the second day of the show,  af'dance   wLlfbe given when  the  '.������ lower  part  will] be  used for. the  dance and the upstairs will be the  banquet  half.of' all twho  attend.  (Committees have all been appointed  and will have everything in'  readiness for   a   regular -jollifiea-  ,'tion.   Every dancer who can should  attend as the music ;will-be in keep  ing with the >other goo'd methods  of the,people for providing a go.oct  time.  . On Thursday the exhibitors of  the district will bring their, grains,  roots and garden products to the  hall when they will be placed and  judged by competent men. On i/ri  day the horses and cattle will -be  judged while the visitors .of the  day are there. This is always an  interesting [part of any. agricultural exhibition and judgiang by the  keen contests last,year it is likely  that the judges; will have a hard,  matter to decide to the satisfaction  of the public, there will be bo many  who should have prizes. ���������.  Mr. iS. A. Cawley, M. P. P. of the;  Chilliv/ack Riding will open .the  exhibition at 11 o'clock. The Hon.  Price Ellison has been .invited to  be (present.  The new hall is situated in- a  convenient place close to the B. C.  E..R. at Gifford .station, and.by con  suiting the time table of- the company if will be seen how best .to  get there. Go and see the products of your own' district, and be  sure and attend the dance in ihe  evening.  Presbyterian Church Notice  THE LADIES' AID  By Ella'Corey Benson.  We have  a 'fine addition on the  good old church, at home.   '  It is-thei'Tatest killer, with  a  gallery and dome,  It seats a thousand people���������finest'  church in (all the town.     v.  And   when  'twas  dedicated,   why,  'we :planked ten, thousand down.  That is,  we paid five thousand���������  ���������every deacon did/ his best���������  And,  the. Ladies'   Aid   "Society,   it.  promised  all the rest.  We've got an-organ in the church  ���������the finest in' the land.  It .has  a   thousand pipes, or more,  its melody is,'grand.   ���������  And when we sit on cushioned pews  and hear the master play,  It carries'us to realms of blisv un-  ���������  uninhered miles away,  it cost a cool three thousand an J. it,  -. ��������� sjbood the hardestn test,  vYe'll pay a thousand j'; it���������Ladies  Aid jWill do* the rest.  They'll give   a   hundred  soc^tblcs,  cantatas, too, and(_teas.  They'd bake a thousand angel cakes  and tons off cream they'll freeze.  They'll beg and scrape and toil and  sweat for seven , years  or more���������  And then they'll start all o'er again  for a carpet on the floor.  No, it- isn't just like digging  out  the money from the vest. '  When ^ the Ladies' Aid  gets ' busy  and says ".We'll do the rest."  Of course we're proud ol our big  church from pulpit up to spire.  It is the darling of our eyes,  the-  ciwyn of our. desire.  But when I 'sec the Ladies work to  raise the cash that lacks  I somehow feel the  church   iB- built  on women's backs..  And sometimes I'can't help thinking  when   wc reach  the' regions  blest,  Tha*; men ^il". go'./the toil and sw<-'ai  and ,che Ladies' Aid'the rest.���������Ex.  There was a little man and he had a Utile gun. He'bought his gi:n  and shells from H. Alanson, the hardware man', and diet a little duck  thro' the head. His motto was, of course, to buy U. M. C. Shells and  be sure of his bird.. ...  Just a Word to the Ladies  i  Purchase one of our MaleaSle, Steel  Ranges; something that   will last a  lifetime.    Prices right, N  Hardware and Furniture  DATES FOR BJ. FULL FAIRS  British Columbia's fall fair dates  cow  compiled,   show dates ranging   to   October '30-31,  when -   the  fju'mmerlanid lexhiibitian   -witH   be  held.. Following is the lis.tj  Arrow Lakes���������October 4-5.  Armstrong���������October 16-17.  Eurquitlam���������-September  28.  Bella Coola���������October ��������� 30.  Comox���������October  3.  Semi-ready Suits  at $15 and $20  T OOK for the price���������and name���������sewn  in tlie pocket���������always the same.  Ask your Clothier and send for style  book and sample of "King's Own"  ' Serge at $20. Send directtoSemi-ready,  Limited,, Montreal, (or book entitled  ''Sir!", If you cannot get it in town.  .,   Smt-reabii Sailnrbtg''.  LINERY  Miss Damon will be soon located in her new  brick store at the old location on Garfield street.  In the meantime the fine new stock of millinery  is on display in the old store at its new location on  Cleveland street.  Drop in and inspect thg New Fall Styles  LSS  lioery  ������tore -  Sumas, Washington  tmmmasmmmmfmmmmmMmmmmMima  Abbotsford  .Pastor���������Rev. J. L. 'Campbell,  B.  A'., B. D.  Services���������Sunday school  10  a.m.  Public iWouiahip 11 a. m.  Teacher training class 3 p.m.  Public Warship 7.30 p. m.  Choir Practice, Friday 8 p. m.  Meeting  far  Bible    Study    and  Prayer Wednesday ft p. m.  Huntingdon  Sunday School, 2.15 p./m.:.  Public Worship 3.30' p. m.  E. & G. de la GIRODAY  St. Ann's Poultry Farm  Proprietors - . - Abnitsford, B. C  Grand  Porks���������September   26-27.  Greenwood���������September 30.  -"(Golden���������September 21-25.  Kelowna,���������September 26-27.  Kaslp���������October' 15. ������  Langley���������September 25.  MISSION���������September  24-25.  . Maple Kidge���������'September 25  and  26. ,   -  Mittsqui���������September 26-27. V"  N. and S. Sa'anioh���������October* -1 and  Nicola���������September 25.  New   Westminster���������October  HARRON BROS.  Embalmers and,Funeral Directors  Vancouver,  Office  and  chapel���������v���������  .    1034 Granville St.-,     Phone 3486  North Vancouver,        orrice     and  Chapel���������116 2nd 'St. Phone 131. ���������  ILL  Nelson���������September  22-23-25.   ,  New Denver���������Octobe r2,  Pemtict'on���������September   29th.  Reve'lstoke���������October   8-9-10.  Richmond���������.September 25-26.  Salmon  Arm���������September  27-28. :  Summerland���������October 30-31.   .  Surrey���������September  24.  Trail���������September 25-26..  Vernon���������October 23-24 Apple  Show.  Victoria���������Provincial Exhibition-  September 24-28.  FOR SAALE���������5 young milch co.ws to  freshen .from the 27th of this  month. Apply to R. OWEN, one  mile south of B. C. 'E. R., vMount  Lehman. /     /  ������������������ ���������-   t.  'Builder and Contractor  >  Estimates Given Free    *  Pihone Connection  '    Mission City  FOR .iSiALE-iniear. Abbotsford,   ;<H)  ���������" (acmes   with   house,' - .barn;   * $125  petr acre. ���������Would'- subdivide.   Apply to T. ITebbutt, Abbotsford, B.  . C.  I rees ror  Young Nursery Stock, 1 and 2 years old. Apple Trees: 2 years old, 25c each; 1 year old,  20c.  APPLES���������Gravenstein, King of 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 Magoon Strawberries for sale at $5.00 per 1000. Raised on new  beds.  d Fruit Ranch and Nursery  D. H. NELSON. Prop.  Abbotsford, B. C.  3������E  :sm  ". Ll. j.' 1  *  Electric Light  For the Residence,  Store or Office.  Convenience       Comfort  er  For Factories and  Industrial Plants  conomy  Attention will be civen to all aoolicdtions for service from our lines.  Address all enquiries to  Light and Power Department  Hoi den Block, Vancouver.  irifIsh Columbia Electric Railway Ltd  mmsmmmmm

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