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 \ ;���������     ,s. .."-"  *v-  "v. Jr.  ������-H  V \ c  ''.������������������  '('.llWt/l'J,  ft*"***-..  ������%  -S5C������-  ,jW������  ?."'.">:  ^  .���������.".:������i  ���������"^tittw^jji-rj-t.  *%,  ������*���������*'  Si  Jill  11 i a ���������  Vol. II., No. 22.  ABBOTSFOED, B. C, FRIDAY, ,APRIL.;7,-193.1  ..00 PER YEAR  '<$<  ?<#  ?,W?9W  f?W  W(  Board of Trade Meeting       Suiras Council  *  *  *  :#  >Jd.  <������:-  .We are showing the best suit (shirt and  drawers) of Men's Underwear for 50 cents in B. C.  Ladies be sure to ask and see our Ribbons; at'  10c per yd.  Special for Monday and Tuesday only  4*5  jt..1  ROBIN  FLOUR  The regular meeting o'f.thVMats-  qu.-Sumas Board of Trade was held  in   their  rooms "on Monday April;  3rd with a   most te������ce|lfe.sit attend-  ance. ' ���������        ,'��������� ''.,&^/"\ ,     ��������� '<���������������������������  The minutes of the'..previous meet  ing were'read iaind adapted.- ������������������ . ���������,- ������������������  ' M. W/Copeland be'oaine.'a: member, of the board."t~>''\ .$-������ l '   -'_  Two  'communication, ^orie -from  the president of the Board, and one-  from the Minister of\tiae Dominion  Lands.   Filed. ���������       .',,. \r','   ��������� ...    .  The  committee .appointed at last;  meeting whose duty-ft was to ask  the people of the towjcfto have     a.  day, of cleaning up,Reported that  the- citizens 'had gorie -about   -the  work with good grace and that the  icommiitteei, was  in ia   position  to ,  hand  in a   most favorable report  of the work done.   Now the town ���������  had donned its spring suit and was  ready   for Easter 'Sunday!   '  A discussion of the C. P. R. plans  arose and the following motion  moved by J. W. McCaftum'and seconded by H. Alansori'wais passed,*  "That this board is of opinion  that the C; P. R. freight. .shed  should "be plalced south of.the pro'*:  -p.osed pa'ssenger station ' if -. possible" isa .as-tjo let trains.-stopping"  >^>\ to 'unload frepight'tq pull cleair of  *^>l Essendene Avenue arid'the propos  ed site, of the",passenger station is  satisfactory;"   -   "   ,      _��������� *   -, --   - -���������  On motion of W. Taylor, and E.  Barret that' the jpos toff ice inspector be written to:asking that,a  mail bag be carried daily from Abbotsford on the B. C. E. R. to Chil-        liwack   aind   return.   .Carried.  ~ " :\  . .   ������������������.-.        On motion' the 'secretary was in-  with  'a   J������P .n7^r0'  P���������h"   strueted  to   wr*te Mr.  Copping in  ioners.  received Holv Communion , , ,     ,  at the handlof ^ Bishop, who   regard to the slaughter house nuis-  was assisted .by 'Rev. Mr. Yates.      anee* -,,'���������,,'       ^  April 9th-Palm . Sunday, . the Moved by .J. McCallum and sec-  day in the, history of St. Matth- .Venerable Archdeacon Pentreath onded by W/Taylor that this board  ews church. The bishop of the dio- will preach,at 11 a.m. and the even- appoint) to committee of three lo  *mb    naid    his first     official  ing taervfee will be at 7.30 pm. There   take up the matter of. fire protee-  v sTt inced I," consecration,     and' will be Palm Sunday hymns and a .tion  and the following commute*  large   congregations  were present   large  congregation  is looked for   was   appointed;  Messrs      Mprle*,,  sack,  .s  ASK  ^i  S. BROOKE,  SOLE ,   ���������  OWNER  D. W. TURNBULL'S OLD STAND  ABBOTSFORD, B/G  Red tetter Day  Sunday   laist .was. a   red "letter  at both mopning and evening'set-  vices. The new chancel and choir  .stalls hed ibeen "completed during  the week, and .the vesting room for  the surpliced choir sufficiently advanced to ,permit of use. A choir  of twenty-two men, 'boys and  girls in their new vestments, entered the-church jsiriging the .processional hymns, .and considering the  short time they 'bad for preparatory practice fulfilled their duties  throughout the whole service in  such a manner as to call forth the  pleasing enconium from the Bishop  Before administering the tite  of Holy Confirmation the Bishop  spoke a few .words on the great  improvements to the church building and the .marked progress that  had been made during the past few  months in the work of the parish  generally. ' He congratulated  them on their efforts but incidentally remined all lit was known well  to whose energy'and'untiring work  it was chiefly due; and although  Mr. Yates must shortly return to  his own parish ������ut Golden, he urged  them not to relax their efforts after liia departure, but to give united support to the Rev. Mr. Bruce   ooo   Police Court  H. Gazley and J.-J. McPhee  Sumner-McCallum, r'that the cha'r'  man   appoint  a   committe  to" take  "up���������advertising Abbotsford as     a'  m .    .,      .    , :  ...       - manufacturing   site.     '  Committee  Through   the  instrumentality  of     .      . ������ ���������    ������������.,���������_  \ ,,    -,-,,,    t    ��������� Q +v,-��������� appointed Messrs J. W. MpCallum  our constable, Mr. -Black, some thir ^^ w"-cn.���������������  teen foreigners were brought be- ^-*��������� S������������������ jnd B McBlroy.  for Mr. J   J. McPhee,  stipendary     >AlanBan-McElxoy -. hat ,       Con-  magistral for evading the  immi-'������ -tabje   Black's attention  be  cal ed  gration laws of the country.   Af- to  the dangerous shacks on Hauler hearing what they had to 'say way   street ��������� Carried, .  for themselves it was decided that      The   secretary, Mr. J.( W.    Mc-  they should beeent back>to Hunt- Callum, tendered his     resignation  ingdon'and report,ito Mr. Yarwood owing to'his being.-absent so much,  M. Belgar and A. Metcalfe appear but  on motion the flame was not  ed before the|cadi on a-   charge of accepted, but S. A. Morley was ap-  D.  aneLD.   The 'former wais fined pointed to act. during the absence  a   V and the latter was let off with A the secretary  a   caution and $2.50 '             <��������� ���������  Several parties including a couple of women,pleaded guilty to a  charge of vagrancy and were ordered out of town.   ooo   .Did it lever 'strike you forcibly  that it does not look well for your  paper to have to do all the boost-  subscribe for it or take  The meeting then adjourned.   ooo   True  Blue Concert  The True Blue concert which took  .place on Friday last was a distinct success. .  i\    mcBX" rxcerKint  .progrnjnjne  was rendered to the satisfaction of  ing;  subscribe for it or taKe     a ,  big ad once in .a   while to thow the the  appreciative audience.           .  people who read it that you have The   concert broke- -up abou   12  ; .,;   .              .               t    -^^ )��������� n o'clock after which tune the young  faith in your town.      Incidentally u Llul-'v  someone might learn you were in o'clock after which time the young  who had been appointed as vicar,   business if they saw your ad in   a people arranged a   dance Svhich all  and who would iin all probabi'-icy'be   paper.                                      ���������   t ) 'enjoyed until an early hour.  with them about ;the end of     the  0       '  present month.' After     Confirma-      Mr. J.   W.   McCallum .spent Wed Now ,1S the time to order-your  tion the newly confirmed, together   nesday and Thursday in Vancouver HOC X -&U.nS trom Legace.  Tlw regular, meeting of the Sumas council was .held on Saturday  April 1st. The reeve and couhzil-  lors were all present.  lM'c:K:enz( i /EveVr^.t���������That ihe  minutes-of March 4 be adopted r,s  read  the council considering that  notwithstanding   Mr. Munroe'scrit  icism the minutes aepublirhed were '  aubstantially; correct.  iCarried.  The clerk was ..instructed to  write ithe B. G.' Telephone Company  regarding, log in dittxh on Huntingdon,., and Abbotsford road; The  clerk was also instructed to notify  Swan Peterson to complete his,  ditch" on the' Angus Cam,pbell road  according to specifications or the  council-gwill,complete the same at  i    ex.perise. '��������� ���������  ��������� Report of "committee on F. Mun-  roe   contract for stripping,    .Vey  road   gravel' pit," 'We   ..inspected  Vey road gravel pit on Tuesday,  March 21, and found the work not  completed, there being one foot to  J8 inches of soil over a 'large portion of the .pit and several ���������    large  stumps  not .removed.'also     ditch  not completed according.to specifications. vWe-   ������n������tr,uc,t|e.d jMr. -F.  Munroethat work must be completed  according to specifications  r before-it would be-accepted;--���������-"*'��������������������������� ���������  . > . ���������  -    ��������� " . ,*  (Signed)-Av   Cam,pbelr,'C. Everett  D. McKenzie.'.Report "adopted.-'  - Report os committee'.of'S. Peterson contract on Angus Campbell roadvditch;; 'We .examined the  ditch and find it not according to'  specifications. Ditch not dug deep  enough, to drain water from west  end. (Signed) C. Everett, A. Campbell    Report   adopted.  The clerk' was'instricted to no-  . tify the B. C. E. R. Co.. to remove  power pole from,ditch on Vey road  at the north end of C 'street extension.  The reeve appointed T. B. Straiton and C. Everett a committee to  examine and report on Bridges on  Mountain road with ipower to order paid J. W. Stewards account  for $-07.36 for repii.'S if found satisfactory.  Everett-McKenzie���������That tenders  be called for the building of 80 rods  of fence, along the Kenny road.  Posts to be, nine feet apart and 4  wires, barb wire, .and also for moving 80 rods of fence and clearing  right of way on Brown's side. Ten  ders to b ehanded to clerk by April  io,   clerk to award contract.  The,-.foliowing bills were passed  for .payment; C. Everett, 50c; C.  S. Yarwood $41.45; J. M. Stewart  $10; E. Chudley $3.25; M. Murphy  $11.70; American' Lumber Co., $3.75  B. C. Gazette $7.50; A. Anderson $1  Columbian Co., $12.50; G. C. Kenny  $28; James McAdaans $75.90; School  accounts W. G. Gamble$60; A. L.  Harvey $50; G. Hamilton $55; Mar  nciidentals  $63.50. v.  Straiton-Mc-Kenzi?, tha tihe coun  cil appropriate $100 to repair the  Mountain road between F. Fooks  and Mrs. Miller's. W. Fooks, the  pathmaster to do the work..  , ���������Evjeirtftt-Str'arTpn, ithiait ,tne tax  eB recharged to Mr. and Mrs.' F.  Fooks on account of wire not furnished as agreed on Mountain road  .-  vvritten off. v  Everett-Straiton, that the clerk  be instructed to notify delinqunet  tax payers that unless their taxes  (Continued on Page Foir)  Matsqui Council  The regular meeting of the Matsqui council was held on April the  1st with all members of.the board  present.  M"nutes of the previous meeting  read amended and adopted.  ,  From  T. Andrews notifying the*  council he would close the road a-  cross his'land within 30 days.   The '  .clerk was instructed' to inform Mr.  Andrews this was a   gazettedroad ,.  on which no obstruction would be  permitted;, also to enclose,a   des-  ,  icription. of road as gazetted.  From G. Rummell, manager Power and Light department oTE. C  E. R. stating'they intended erecting a pole, line -along the-Riverside roadinorth from Clayburn and  asking what distance they would  ,have to place their poles from the  side 'of the road. Councillors Aish  and Cruickshank were appointed a  coramivtce to confer with Mr. Rummel.        ;��������� ' "  From -T. C. .Groves asking for extension of time on his contract to  July   15.   Granted.  , From   Dr.  Swift, medical 'health  officer,' stating' tha\t the  smallpox  outbreak was over and recommend '  ing ' payment - for. .guards   as  fol- ,  "lows; H:.McNeil $45; J. H. Stafford  .. $77.50.   Report'.accepted.  :'From'  James; Mur.phy  and"   six  others  being a   petition to grade  ;'the. Murphy  hill: by  contract, or-  "day" labor..;' , -! '    v '  ��������� From ' .Canadian , Bank of Commerce ��������� acknowledging deposits,  municipal account $107.65, $104.08,  school account $473.35, $22.85". Filed  From- W. J. Mathers,.asking for ^  extension  of time on his contract? ���������  as he could not .(proceed un'ilr ail-,  way   crossing  had 'been made.    .,  The above was granted. ; ('  From C. A. Sumner enclosing plan  of 'sub-division for approval. Laid  over.  From H. H. Logan and nine others being a petition to improve  the road runn'ng south from' Ab-  ootfcford between sections 15 and  16. On motion Councillor Cruick  bhank was authorized to _ interview*  Sumas' council and propose an e* * .  penditure 'by each municipality of  a   sum   not to 'exceed $250. ��������� ���������  F om F. MJTavishiaisking for $1.0  ou account of Boyle road contract  Inift Wis refusedian:Ion mo ion'h a  contract was cancelled. Coun-nJ'.ir  Satchell stated th:.swork would be  finished by day liabo'r and if any  surplus remained it would be paid  .o Mr. McTavish."    -       '  From' A. Purvis, manager Fraser Valley Branch B. C. E. R. Co.  stating- that a new time table _  would be in effect on April 1st and  after that date Chilliwack through  train would stopat Patterson road  crossing.   Filed.  The   following -resolutions  were  ntroduced   and   passed.  That Councillor Lundeberg be  authorized to expend about $30  on Mt. Lehman road repairing the  Gledhill road and grade the Ring-  rose .hill on the LeFeuvre road.  That  Councillor Satchell ibe authorized to do some slashing on the  (  Uledhdl  road.  That Councillors Satchell and  Lundeberg andthereeveb e a committee to inspect the Baines hill.  That Councillor Cruickshank re-  '^Co^n^d~from^^  -/  / TWO  THE ABBOTSFORD POST, ,, ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  -(  wi-������  care .of a-  foreign trade  than  we   Jjow,*th'a't bllver'was out of polit-  '      ' ��������� "��������� ���������   ' ���������-'������������������     i   ���������'.'���������.' '   i.       . ', ���������        '.f  He" will sure ibe out if he runs  PubliBhed    every   Frltty*./   b.y  !,the   Post   a];c..    First   we   have  h'O   merchant   its  Publishing;,Company.'. ,,   .' ���������..'.������ ,,-.  ,,    ,;.-.-.!     < .;   t  ., -.i   .!..->    marine. .        v       'lna4;  is'a   sure thing  A weekly Joi-ma^devoted to.thP inter- .      , ,..'.. ������  e Ih of AnbotHfoni and .sui. "'inrtlng di.s-  Wet. ��������� .  AdvortlKiiiR niitos made know.  fl   lutltlOII.  L-KGAIJ' ADVERTISING���������'l!1, cents per  line for Hrnt liiftei-tloii, urul 8 c'oiilk a l"i������  for nil mib.sequcrit consecutive insertions.  Our Shibboleth���������Neither for nor ft'jr'n'  the   Qovoriimont.  FRIDAY.    APRIL ,7.   J9IJ  And second, we have barred the"  a'-   \iap- products,,' of".the world'in "a'' great-' In "ihe1 !b'!g, libel suit-' bet ween' Eui-  ���������many. instances, and the'-countries erson and the",editor of the. Satur-  ,that  we bar, in';turn barua."       ���������   day  'Sunset' trie  damages   to      be  ���������This is'what you'call "Commer-   paid'is the enormous .sum of five  ' ���������  ��������� <  , ���������.      *    ' ; .'.','. , - ...      ��������� ��������� '��������� ,  cial   Reciprocity",   Russia,   for .in-  cents. 'We-were just wondering if  stance;   is  in  Canadian      custom* 'if wouli be'.pefmissible for the. ed-  house pariari'::e "a   favb:e'd'',na!-ion": it or,1 who has .a   farm at Chilliwack  Goods m*������di in Can;'da go into Rus-''to' give  a' cheque  on  his    ,hdme  Reciprocity  has been    discussed   sia fr^e. Bu;' goods niide in the Un-   bank  at Chilliwack. .   '  from   many points of view..   It is   ited   States   are  barred   by  a tar- ���������������--���������  further reaching than one thinks as  iffoske. ' Glad   to. ^e ,that  tne  P������9t  has  the following will illustrate;     " In  the making or plows, six in-   done a   wee bit lof good in calling  The Olivers have recently bought  gradients enter-wood, iron, paint ^he attention of thc citizens to the  a   largo   tract  of land  at Ha-ntf-" labor,  enterprise,  capital,-''' need of advertising ithe town.   The  ���������  ^    ���������.     ,      .    L  ���������      rpi,^   TTnit^f"   Rtntps   is ,   ffeftinp   Board of Trade has taken up  the  ton, Ontario, for factory purposes      i-he   umcea  oiaies  ih .   ttiiuit, ������,  This land i3" traversed by the Grind   short of wood;'  Canada has plenty   matter   and   chosen^   committee.  Trunk Railroad and it'also borders   We need Canadian' lumber, yet we 'Believe the Post there will be some  on   the lake front, so deep-,water   place   a   tariff   on  lumber"   that   thing  doing.  can  load and unload right at the.  keeps it out.   The bods.of iron ore  Oliver do_k\ Th; first investment in Canada'are'practically untouched. But it' is- .'a' Wll-kridwri' fact  that   the  'Harness     ,' Saddlery''Hardware  '���������-'  Trunks :aM'Valises -  P.O. Box 45 ���������    ALbotsford, B. C.  LIVERY AND FEED STABLE i  lor land, 'doc'kaga',1 buildings and  machinery" is over a million' dollars. .  ..  This, however, is only a   beginning.  Lia!k'e  Superior "iron  re'-'  ���������   ������������������'>,'     -    -   * -       v  gion  is not limited to. .the United  WATCH ABEOTSFORD GROW  '. .      MATSQUI .COUNCIL  '(Continued  from Page One)  i  Before they get1 td'shipping plows  .'   > ('���������������������������;'',    ,- ���������,  he   investment for m-itemi"  climb  up and infive years, at  me,); yet iu aiu^jpiiig jjiuwo ,.    . .,  _      fJ ,..  ,   i ,      . ,.. ,      .power me mun:cipamy mis iu cun  the  investment "lor'miuA^k   will  Canada" than, here"; Food"'stiiffs-ar^ trpj. the^C.'N.-'P'.'R-Co./'interfe.  a  the  guess I   would say the Olivers' will' l������h6r  market ^easy. -.      mgs.     ���������'     '   ,  have  twenty-five millW    dollars     The.e*;^^  invested   in  Cannada-and      then   who are' going over from' tlie1 Vn-^^ ipsl, gr0' ndg>  some.  ThV..p-*int of'the Olivers .at Ham  , - .   ��������� ^     8;ub_division of, part 0f  W; 1-2  of  />.    "   section 11' T.-'H N.W.P. when     an  ited States to Canada,, .. carrying That the :ree've amd clerk be ai;-  capital and enterprise in-their.grips'tiiprized .to sign theplan of tlie  and building vast factories on.the   B-ub-division of part,of  ~  King's sbilj are not dreamers* ''or .   ,.    . ��������� ,    ��������� ������������������;r,i.Q������������������rI  .������������������       ,..'..., ,.   , agreement that.can be registered  theorists. as, a   charge ..against, the property  " They" are- simply  follo*.ying ' the  has been entered intoby the owner*  ,������������������, .--t-r.^ \r    ',��������������������������������������������������� ������������������,* with   the .municipality tocoristruc't  grand    trek of ..farmers and- i:.������      -...; .,..���������-. .-..,.-   ...    .,,     .-     . ,  ... ���������     i m the roads east and west shown on  plain  people who have each two ^,v.>   ,   '"  thousand* dollars"and'nine children' -   Communication,'' telegra-m, ''from'  Your capitalist and Iman of en-' Gleri Land'Valley Icompa'ny regret-  "." "   ,.x.     .."r"" ,      .    , terprise.' knows ,.what 'he .'is' doing.' '&**&   his   inability   to  attend1 the"  cityof  fifty thousand people. And ������������������-  ������������������ '.  ������������������ '���������-������������������-'-"-������������������'��������������������������������������������� t;;;-.,e.f*n*rf - '   ������������������  iv "'���������������������������'������������������    tt'i^'c"    -r-u' He figures that with the tariff be-  ni?.* ,    ���������,     ,.    ..   ..  this   city  your Uncle  Samuel has ������*-    B ....   . Messrs   fcieveland  and-Cameron;  lost, very much as&eorge"the' III twe en Canada and the" States as it"-pr^enlYng/:;a" report'of'rthe. con-  lost the colonies. -. *s> an,(* the^riaturar'resources ' of nec'tions' 6f the pVoposed: logging  The tendency .of trade is toward Canada practically; unmapped' 61e" ^d with with Patterson road and,  A   big      factory��������� Canadian' inyes^cnts' are'eminent1 'S^ roa^l.   The^reeve^and coun  ilton, Ontario will not only be the  largest  plow'plant in Canada but  the largest in the British Empire.  This 6 iver exphir:L6h means' that  . -     *.. ��������� -'      .   i '   ���������-���������',��������� ���������  they will build up'and maintain' a  population equal to .a, city . of  twen,^y-t.Lve thousand people,  which   in-;twenty years  will be   a  d^ecen tra li.zati on.  wlseand safe.  Satchell   reported  verbally    ' that'  The   Olivers control     a   water-  power" of South.Benid that is am  pie to care  thousand  acres of land, adjoining  their   present site. Yet     they  choose Canada for the new works,  all for reasons em in- ntly scu/.d and  "safe. The words "reipudiation"  and "degeneration" in the Dominion are not known. The good'old  Scotch virtues there, pre vail���������Canada is coining, .hot going.  Canada has' one 'tenth of the population which, we have; but she has  an. available farming -district fully as large as ours.  Canada needs plows ahe has the  the money to buy the best. But  she can't .buy SoU'th Be-jid'plows,  BECAUSE THERF, IS A /tA'RIFF  ON GOODS .CARf-lBD INTO CANADA FROM TH?E STATES THAT  IH  PROHIBITIV E. ,  The  Olivers   "have never catered  to Canadian trade.   They could not     ,  ..i "������������������������������������������������������ v-111111 at Dunach ,to the Yale roaa.'  The above .is quoted from an art  v   ���������,.-'.���������,>,       ��������� - . ������������������..   - .,..,   ���������    ,.    .  .:..    .���������.������������������..*,.    .:    ;.-    .-.     \ The clerk was instructed to draw  icle published last December in the up an agree.mentAtp" be entered in-  Eastern States, and igoes to show to by' Getchell/andi "Johnson" with  the   present standing' 6������' the  two   the   municipality  embodying ��������� the  countries-i-'theone has' had" its; clay   ������8-ua^������������d.%-?a-  j ^V ���������'  vi-' ���������'*'���������    '   *.:-*"i''   -t ' ��������� ��������� '      John Le Feuvvre iaddressed-the'  and the.other is coming to its own        ���������  .-. -, i - ..      ���������   ;   . -     2 ��������� , .  -      -    ,-...���������     .council re the classification of n:s  Under   present  conditions ,   there  j u,-j- Laid over.  would surely be'.more jpeople conic.      The nionnth.y,accounts were or-  to Canaida"like the Olivers, but    if dered' paid.'  the   reciprocity  agreement  comes ' ' The cemetery by-lawvamendment  t    ���������    ' iu' ���������   '���������'������������������ii "G-    ���������'.'���������'���������:���������,. by-law;- the  temporary  loan   by-  into   force, there .will be no need  ,  .��������� ���������    . .,        .-,    ..     ,     ,y "*-  ...'-.. law and the .wide tire by-law pass  for American manufacturers corn-  eci  third' readings ,and will be re-'  ing  to  Canada and establishing a considered oh "May 6.  factor  ,m  It would appear that Canda un-  ���������j���������v roc pi-u'jK.y,.������H to m.S3 th.;, b.g  opportunity that,stands knocking   for  recognition. %  Theire appears to .be a   race be-  But they had ������. ..very large.trade tween Oliver, the defeated ;poiitic-  with South America, Russia, Fraricp ian and Kennedy .of ;New Westmin-  Turkey and the." Orient." ster   for  political choice 'for  thjs  A   manufactuj-er   in 'Canada      fs next  dominion'ele'ctioh.   We.   "had  very much bette r situated to take an idea, someone told us so any-  ,.:Coun Satchell igaveihptice to introduce a by-law for the prevention . of Kiasphenious or obscene  language.  The council' then' adjourned to  meet as a court of revision oh the  assessmerit roll ait .10 o'clock a.m.  on Sat'urSay^Ap'rillb in the Hall  ���������<Remeo',',''Mr. W.' P.'Tiefney's fox  .terrier,vwho has.Jbeen-    annexing  .several blue ribbons at the recent  dog shows and will make his home  at. Camp No. 1, for   a whidej  "Haying 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.  States.   Canada   has,.the   iron and   pair the"'bridge'6n; the Wright road  she also has the coal to smelt it    '   .   That tlie'clerk-wri^e the Attor-'  ,.-.-;     ���������   ������������������''.,    .    -      ���������,,.. ���������. ney-gehefa'r'to'-'.ascertain"    what  Lumber is more easily secured in ^^ the mun:dpa]ity hftg.to c8n.  cheaper^ and this tends to make fK'o" ence  with' roads'at railway crossings.     ���������.'���������������������������  $100  J. E. GEARY, prop.  gets e'o big that wheh it is enlarg- -ir w'seauu Ba,1K-                        '            the- connection' possible could only  ed, it must ,be enlarged as a unit Next, in case of'a/iiy dist-ufban'ce'' be' made' at an  approximate cost   <-  that ie/.a.n entire new' plant' must 'or change in tariff' relations eitli-  o'f1'$3000 vand therefore they could   A  iuUt-duplicatiag ti.' flra.t:        . er ^r^il o,^^^^ ^^^^^S^^  And when you build a   new plant ly   with free trade between     the   struction  of the proposed logging  you do the'jbibb'ett'e'r thanlybu did countries, he is-stilt safe.                    road. - ' .                          ..-,>..  before.                            . The   Oliver's  are -not   politicians',' " Counl   Satchel!  reported against  To meet their growing trade the lobbyists-or faw',nVakers.''They are" the  building of the  new Coghlan  r>!iw>i-q JhaH tn ������-���������������iiftafa +i,Q-��������� wL���������n.    financiers and manufacturers. roa  '  Oavers (had to duplicate their mag-       ���������      ���������=....,.   ....    .     ������,:-    ,..       . Coun.. Aifeh reported against anv  nificent South ,Bend plant. The They a?c?Pt th'nS9 as th?y *-re.-road being .established along the  queatton naturally arose-where? and then adapt themselves to them north side or the'right of way C.  And naturally answered,"you would' '-^nd the fact lis, the Olivers.could N. P. R.\ also- that-, there.- was a  say at South BeW of course.   "        hoid  fneir owh against the world    sttong; -profeability- of  the   River-  When An'drew' Carnegi'e''said 'that -'Side wharf becoming the property  ' .   .      '.-,-���������,      *. ��������� -��������� .of.the provincial government when  _     American interests did. not require  said ^-j;Voul'd be usedas'a   land  foVtheQw^k's    as' ^f ^ h*e/^ a -^"^' iw^ ^ce ;for ^epryosed ferry,  ,l- -   - .'.      the. obvious.statement; ^:Y.ou.didn!t'    Messrs-Getchell and Johnston ad  well as the old.   They a.so own ,a   ^  ^ untll kft.^ .-i.0-li* 8-old 0-u>t���������. dressed; the .council for permission  But Andy is''right' just tne samfV "to^rPct a' '.telephone iirie.from the  INSURANCE  LOANS  Abbotsford Homesites  ��������� ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  If you are looking for a home  or snappy investments  ' in town lots,, acre-.  age or farm  property  see" "������������������  LLUM  The Pioneer Real Estate Broker of Abbotsford  se in  f  \ C,A/"SU  T  V P. 0. Box 58  t  T  T  ���������y  t  Phqn'e- Central  Telegram:-Sumner, Abbotsford,- B. .C.  ���������T**������  T  Y  f  t  T  T  T  t  f '  V  1  Good'house and barli.  10 acres' cleared *  ictory   in. order to" get the  raw    \90y*fV*iS*ve notice to intro- .     t  *-'i.u-..i , i-  .-.-,   ���������: "j.-. '   >  ��������� -  duce'a "generarGa-ietie by-law.    '    ' V  ater^al���������it  will go over free. ,-,���������..��������� o ���������*. t ^,V * '.        -.������������������-���������.  t  T  Y  f  T  *}''  Y  Y  t  I  I ���������  &  &  to "doiiMfe  11  ���������^  m  n  i*Z^K<<<<<^^ *  -K*-fV*:tt*v/ytt'^  ,'jUiH.-*J*r+ifJi^CtA*tiA  ,4'r w *,\-Wi*'*������!*rf-"^ti/������i*r������: THE ABBOTSFORD J-6ST,       A*h6!t$f.Q$t>l $.&, ���
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Liverpool, London & Globe, of Liverpool, En'g.
British American Assurance Co., of Toronto.
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J   FvlcELROY & Co.
LIQUORS,   WINES  AND    CIGARS
OF THE BEST QUALITY
Cor. Essendene Ave. and Oscar St.,
CITY
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Strictly first-class ��� in every respect.    The. bar is
stocked with the best of wines, liquor and cigars,
RATES,  $1.50  T"bT$2'.00   PER   DAY
H. 'FREEMAN,
PROPRIETOR
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Pork) Mutton, Heef, Veal, Pork Sausages,
Weihies arid1 Balogna always on hand.
ABBOTSFORD
J. J. SPARROW, prop.
Cash paid for Eggs and Poultry
Our prices are hard to
beat, call and inspect stock
RlM
Eye Sight SpecaSist
Manjfactiirifig Optician
Does the  finest  Optical  Work.
Medical men and  others  pay  tri ���
bute-to his skill.
793 GranvillJ St. ^ancou .ci*;.
HARRON BROS.
Embalmers and Funeral;Oirsctors
Vancouver, Office-and chapel���-���
1034 Granville St.,     phone. 3486
North Vancouver, .Office and
chapel������116,2nd at. Phone 134
WANTED TO PURCHASE
Forty acres improved farm in
the Fraser Valley, with or without
house and buildings, convenient to
station or landing. Apply to J.
H. Smith, Straiton, B. C. for
fuii   particulars,   first  letter.
CANADA'S
Greatest Nurseries
Want   a   Representative      for
MISSION CITY,   B. C.
and surrounding district
The reliability, healthy condition
of our stock as well as trueness to
name must be appreciated by,the
Public or they would not have
'helped us to increase our business
yearly since 1837, the date of our
establishment.
..Our Lrm's name lends prestige
to our representatives.
Complete.:line of Nursery SStock
for SSpring J.911.
Write   for   full  particulars.
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CHURCH  SERVICES
Presbyterian     Church���j"��ev    I   J^
Campbell, B. A., B..D. pastor.  ���   .
Abbotsford, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Upper Sumas; MFay 29;-and;everjr!'
alternate Sunday at,-3,-'p.im^  -
C. E:, Wednesday,*t 8<p:ra.
Sunday School'at'3'p.'->m..
Sunday  School.tevery Sunday at
Presbyterian ;.-Church���Rev., j���, ,(-<t
Aider.       ���..'    ���
Glerimore,, 11-a.m.,
���'*      Iiohman, ��� 2-;30 p.m.-.   ,
', Pine Grove, 8ip.nY.    .
At Musselwaite (School House���
Sera-ice;  every alternate Sunday
at  3 ,p.m.
Sunday school (every Sunday at
2 p.m.; (( '      '  '��� '
At Huntingdon School'House���
Service  al every-alt'ernate Sunday
at 3 .p.m'i ���   ���  .  ' ���    ,.
S.  S. every Sundayat-2 *3P pjim
CHURCH- 'OF'- ENGE'A-ND-ST.-. cross-the continent on the Canad-
AIATTHEW'S-'ReV. G. F.- Yates, i n Fa ifir-.f om To:onto \o Vancou
\ .ear-pro-tem,. ver,  without change pf cars.
A ob.otsford-Services'every^'Sunday-   -And Toronto-is just half a day'u
at 11 a.m. and'7.30 p/m. '    '    '   ride- in  a. Chalmers-Forty     from
Holy Communion every alternate1  East -Aurora, where the writer re-
PLEASE NOTICE
I'.'I beg. to* intimate to my  numerous  Patrons and
/Friends that I.have taken into partnership Mr. J.,
I'.Clark.-late of-the Abbotsford Lumber Co.  and   the
business will now be-,carried on as
& CLARK
'WJiolhope by strict attention tp business to obtain a
share of your Patronage.
HUBBARD IN THE WEST
In the Phillistine 'he- states ho
had just completed'a twelve days'
v,H>it to California.
tured in Seattle, there on the' front
row sat the Englishman,,and by his
sido the chauffeur,     a   redheaded'
Scotchman.
After the eloquenpe, this son of
'appy Ilalbion explained to me that
Sunday., t
S. School ��very Sunday at 2.30:  ���
Choir practice,- Wednesday at'8*
���I-entered*the State ,of. California   the ride from Vancouver, was the
'��� ,r ' ,   '       . only rest he ha dha.d for a   year���
from'  the North, .having  come  a-      ...        .   . ..        ,        ,       .,
"travel is usuaillysuch a   beastly
bore, you know."
He  and Pylcs, 'for  that was the
the   chauffeur's 'name, had   struck
up a. friendship.   - '
Pyles'.had,.been \n  the     British
Navy, and the two were quite chum
the
per-
sides.
It is a   great country,we-diye in  W-   They   had  telegraphed
��      ,      ,   ���   ,'������   '   .,.-      .. owner of the,car and gotten
neighbors,j a   land o fmagmficent ...           ,               .          ���
,, f            ,   .  ,        .      .            ,i -j mission to go down as far as San
distances., but he who is appalled ~,                 , .     -,
.. j. i.       -        i.v l_  j          ~  ,.~��� Francisco.   There   my   Criend .was
at distances with modern conven- J
once* would be asked to be' carried
"to"  Paradise  on Plowery. beds  of
ease* and then -kick.
��� ,-, ,     ���      ,      ���, ^,     ^      '   I   would:'like to write about the   . . .
Mail lor. Peardonville! every; .Tuesday ,j{ t,    ' ,���������  **,������*��������. f>,���   in   Sai* Francisco, in  a   box     sat
noble'scenery we was skirting the .' , ��� .
,.v.   ��� i., ;��, v<       . t   i     a  -.�� *U���. ,^p   Pyles and my friend, grinning     a
'North''Shore of (Lake Superior; of     J,>       .        J ' * &
wonderfuh-'Winnipeg, metropolis of
the pfai:i>s; of the str-itching mjlea
off-Manitoba where (money is bsing
-raihted out of wheat,-at a   rate no
Eldoradian (ever dreamed; then
' comes5 Saskatchewan, .and  British
Columbia,;.both worthy of a   book
-To-tarry in City-of Vancouver-   .
j.u   uaii.;   ��* v-   j  , eighty, and was .never, ten miles a-
��� is  atemptation^a   city North of {rQm h undoubtedly mi.s
the-North-Line of-;,the United States  ^   1()t o�� f ���    '
 ooo	
ABBOTSFORD-;F?08T.0F;FICE).
Office hours fx-oni.S/a. mut'o 7jp.,m'.
Mail lor .Peardonvill
and Saturdayji.l-.p.-.m1.:
BUSINESS   DIRECTORY' OF'
ABBOTSFORD.
General Stores ���
'Authier- Bros. -
E.   Brooke
going toload Pyles and <he auto on
the steamer and send them back to
Vancouver.
A   weeklater   when    I   lectured
smile.
This little, Ftory happens to be
true not needing even to be hand-,
illumined. It has no -special point
aiid I insert it here merely to
-bhow that distanc eis a matter of
mind���a point of view���and that
Immanuel  Kant,  who  lived  to  be
Hotels���
Abbotsford T-ToteK H. Freeman? Prop,   tbat yet has a   semi-tropical cum
Commercial, McElroy'-A Co.
Real   Estate���
"-J. W. McCallum:   .   .
' C. A. Sumner &'iGo..- /;���-
Bernau:i&. -.Husband,   -..
,  - J.   J:' McPhefej- -
Auctioneers���'-     - -    ,  .
J.  W. McCallum
PEED STORE���
J.   J.   Sparrow.
Creamery���   '���
S.   J.  Bates; -Proprietor;-
Hardware' and-Furniture���
H.   Alanson.
Butchers----   *
A. M. King. '
Livery Stable���'
J.  E. Geary, Proprietor.
Baker and Confectioner^���
L. Legace. -
RESTAWRANT-
Conrad Andersen.
Shoemakers���
JVI. Hauser.
Board of Trade��� *  _
J. W. MeCallum,'Secretary.
Blacksmith���
Stanley Ausneau. ,
Barber and. Pool Room���
Jos. Sanderson.   -
G. Isenor. ,  .
Tobacco -and -No'veltl��B���'���
J. V. Means.:r, ���
Doctor��� -,
T. A. Swift.   ���
SADDLERY  and  KaRD.WARE���
B. J. Gernaey.
MERCHANT. .TAILOR.     ���
T. C. Coogan. . ���
SURVEYORS-
Henderson  and  Taylor.-
ABBOTSFORD DRI/S STORg.
MUSIC TEACHER-
Miss A'.ice Steed.
CONNTRACTOR & BinLP/R���
A.  Everett,
atej   a   park with -flowers, -trees;    ^vatCH ABBOTSFORD GROW
plants-and vineB so diverse and var	
;-:ied -in'their tangled .magnificence
��� .that It defied:the,pen of��udyard .|gjjg|- . Jq w Jj|g'   geOfgeS
.-Kipling  to  describe, .and , he  fled ��.
*me*reiQ"   Biucierins,  ������ vTojidej/uU ��~"
-merely   mutterilng, ������;> ^Wonderful !���     The following, is theletter to the
Wondferfui'! !" : , Georges  of the Empire;
,   ���   ���'-'* ����� '     .,   ���������   fOOP      The government is in receipt of-
At .Vancouver,  if you can tear  &   commun.-oa,tion   fro,m  Hig ExceL
yourself away, you can take pass-   ^      . th5 ��� a6Ve-rnbr.aeneral ;  of
acre for Alaska to the North, or hie  ��� ,     .        ,..������-.��� i
ate iui aimm ���        .    ,.    ', Canada,  m which it is announced
you southward by--numerous steam.. that a  movement has lbeen get on
.^hip lines or go by rail, taking your   foo(.  wUh the objecf  of eriafciing
choice of.-the C.   P.   R. Grat JNoi-   aU thg {<Georgeg)r o�� the Empire to.
,lhern .-Northern Pacific. -Or you can nt &   Coronation ffift   to the   .
do what I .saw a> tired and blase  R
His Excellency expresses f. lhe
desire that such steps' may be
taken as seem best ,for the pur-
of  .enabling  the  "Georges"   --  in
Englishman  do:   So here is   what
tlru  Johnny Bull did.-
There was a   smart taxicab.stand
ing in froiit of the Canadian Club
at Vancouver, bearing the legend   th.g' province to have ajl opp0rtun
.'.'For Hire." '    j   \       I
. the Englishman -was the typical
ity of joining .in thegift.    ���  ,    *   "
It is proposed that subscriptions
globe-trotting Britisher, wearing a  ghaU    be   acepted   trom 5c     up
helmet,   a   monacle;. a   check-suit
tweed, a   trifle loud, aind carried a
.cane. ���   '���
I   had met the-man in the plub,
and we had had a   ginger-ale     or
suinething together.
lncide--itally.,1Ii..haid ,tpld him .1
was on my way to Seattle.
And we walked out of the Club;
his eye spied the sign, <'For Hire/'
' wards to $5.00. , A list- ,of the
names of all the donors, but not
the amount given by each, will be
presented-.to' the .King..
The government would .esteem it..
a   favor if you will kindly receive'
subscriptions in your vicinity, trans
'hutting, isame in ibimeto reach this
department  on or 'about the 15th
of May together with list of names
���Come on, I- sy, Old Cha)pr we'll 0:f aubsCribers
go to Seattle in this bloomim' trap-   .It..-8 sugg,dsted..that every pub-
yqu know���.by. Jove 1" . licity be given to this matter thro'
,1   held, back .and protested that the   press.   Letters  are  being sent
Seattle ./was two hundred miles   a- to the mayors of the various cities,
way/ ���           _ reeves   of municipalities,  govern-
"A.w, now; my word; you Yank- ment agents annd .Canadian clubs
,ees are so queer.   It iin't so -far as throughout  the province.
it is from Suez to Khartoum, and  I  ooo	
rode the-distance on,-a   bloody ca- WATCH ABBOTSFORD GROW
mel���come on;"     -          i          i ',
i   suir -declined.
In .disgust.-he; stepped, into  the
rnotor-car,, settled bJtoaself     iback,
���:#:#*
iCiiO.s-'C
chauffeur
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ABBOTSFQRD. BAKER M
Bread, Buns,' Kisses,  -J t
Cream Puffs
Wedding Gake a'Specialry- '
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ABBOTSFQRD; Bv C.
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IT PAYS TO SMILE NOW
The late Chief Justice Chase was
noted for his gallantry. While on
a visit to the south shortly after
the war, he was introduced to a
very beatiful woman who prided
herself .upon her devotion to the
"lost cause." -Anxious .\tbat ���' 'the
chief justice shou'd know her senti-
olher word cranked Ihis machine, ment's, she remarked aa she gave
took 'hia'place,,iat the wheel; and as him her hand, '"Mr. -Chase, you see
they shot around the corner the' before, you a rebel who haa not
Englishman .called to pie, "I sy been reconstructed."
Old Chap, Good-by! I'll meet you "Madam," he replied with apro-
in. ,Pi1-adii'iy) jouknow!" ''      ������ found bow, "reconstruction in your
The   next .evening  when I   lee-   ca-je would.be blasphemous."
^���^^^^^^ ,and . as' he.- lighted-, his  briarwood
^,  pipe, remarked toi.the
wile word, ������Seattle!"
The chauffeur stared and asked
hini to repeat it;���'*'���.
���'Seattle, ypubioomin' b^oke!"
The chauffeur without isaying an
./- 1  )  FOUR  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,,  ABBOTSFORD, B. C. *  ���������r.'".1-*"^  A Carload of Carriages Just Arriqed.  A  nice little cart with room for two  '    for : "... '.$35    .  Al   Top   Buggies,   leather  trimmed,   .  for........1 S105  First-class Market Wagons, two seats;  . for'.....:-....  $110     '  These prices are right for such goods and you  should :all and inspect before purchasing elsewhere  1JL  A go vszmsm'-'���������* >���������������r*^.*jam?aaa emuw/taxusfB eta narnam omnimimM  a  When You are Trying the New  Electric Road Call on Us  Singer Sewing  Machines,    Victor Gramophones,  JEdison Phonographs, and all the latest Records1  always in stock,    Largest collection of'Records  in the Province.  ME5������  NOTE THESE PRICES  Victor No. 1, $31,. Victor No. 2, $42.  Victor No. 3, $50, Victor No. 4, $63  Victor Victrola, Oak and Mahogany,' 250  Edison Phonographs  from  19.50 to 250  We have Violins, Mandolines, Guitars, Banjoes, all prices to suit all pockets, Sheet Music,,  in fact everything found in a first class Music store  You are welcome whether you buy or not,  call and seejis when you are in town.  1. H. TODD'S   Music House  419 Columbia Street, New Westmin ister, B. C.  h *m i-tgrc^JMMMUMia OT**^***w**~-g~*' **^g'*a*M*M'B*W ffflBsaa map tsimm'amitlllS  Social and Personal  Mr.   W.  Lyle was   Ln  town ,   on  Wednesday.  Judge   Howay   of  \ Westminster  was in town last week.  Miss Mitchell of Vancouver is vis  The  crickets m'feet again on Saturday   evening.   All <are, invited. .  Mr.  Hill-Tout is recovering from  the effects of his recent accident.   o   Don't   forget the concert      next  Tuesday, week. .   ooo   Now   is the- time  to  order  your  iting   her .parents Mr  Mitchell.  ���������_ono   Mrs. Edson is on the sick list wjth  a   severe cold.  ravens vis- _ T  and   Mrs. Hot X -tiuns from Legace.  -o   Mrs. J. McGowan is visiting  Vancouver  with friends.  in  SUMAS   COUNCIL  ' (Continued fro'm Page One)  ore p'id iu '0 day.*) <he solid'or w 11  be instructed to collect.  ' McK-onzie-Sfraiton, that tenders  be called for grubbing the Farmer  road 40 ft. w'de -and ,throwing up  a good grade 30 ft. wide. Gutter  16 inches deep rounded to centre of  road.' Work to be completed in 60  days from award of contract. Tenders to b e'se'nt to clerk in time for  next   regular  meeting.  The cleric was .instructed to notify ,path*nastor9 to enforce .the  Noxious Weeds .'by-law and have  statute labor performed by July 4  ' Mr. J. P. McKay" resident engineer of the V. V. & E.'Railway Co.,  was present to discuRS railway  crossings with the council. The  following arrangements were made  made V. V. & E. Railway Co.,- to  construct road from -Rock' point  east of Ellis to a level crossing a*  J. 11. Starr's grade to be six, feet a-  bove' last year's high water ac-,  cording to data of railway. Rail-  .way to provi.de right of way and  pay all expenses. No'grade to exceed 8 per cent���������16 feet crown right '  of way tobi* 40 ft wide; Two <-ul *  verts, one at east of Rock point  and olher at the end of aix foot fill  fenced to be builtb y railway; culverts with two foot openings V.  V. & E. to construct road and provide right of way 525 feet from a  point on present- grossing to a  point on Boley cut off road about  i.00 feet east of right of ,way line of,  railway; right of way 25 feet wide  railway, crossing 40 'feet wide; 16-  foot roadbed; turn of railway  crossing to satisfaction of a com-  mitee of the council; fences to be  built  by  railway.    ,   ,  Road by-law No. 109.was reconsidered and finally, -passed.  , Sumas wide tire iby-law, 1911, No.  HO passed first, seebnd, and third  readings.  ��������� Councillor.Straiton and A. A. Serl  were -appointed toloacte . F. --D.  boucher's   north east corner.   -  The municipal constable Mr. a.  A. Serl was instructed to enforce  provincial law in (regard to bulls  and etud horses running at large  after April 15.  Report of committe on road to  Mr. Herz; We find that a road can  be put in on the section line for. the  greater part of the way and we  recommend that the council open  lhe road. Signed by T. B. Straiton  L.   O.  Lamson.   Report ..adopted.  Straiton-Lamson, That tenders  be called for clearing out the pro -  posed road into Mr. Herz's place,  lo be cleared ten feet wide and soft  places puncheoned, stumps to' be  low cut in the middle of the road  and knolls to be surfaced. Tenders  to be sent to clerk before next regular taie'-ing.  L. O. Lamson and D. Mckenzie" were appointed a commit  tee to look into an outlet road'for  Koy.Serl.  W. H. Fadden was' instructed to  dig a ditch on the Straiton road  between, his property and -A. A.  Serl. Ditch three feet wide on top  and  three  feet deep at least and  Miss Maggie Miller returned to  her home at Aldergrove after spend  ing a few weeks with her sister  Mrs H. McKinnon.   ooo   Mr. A. Sullivan, public school  inspector, was in town on Wednesday.  . ���������ooo���������'���������   Mrs.   Shepherd  i<s  visiting     her  parents   here, Mr. and Mrs. Elliot  after  a  'few months trip in  south.  Mr. S. Brooke intends Btarting at  Huntingdon. ��������� ���������  Don't   wait   for .the   riproarious  prosperous times that are . to come  but get your boosting apparatus in .      ,.-,.-..   ,.*.-������������������..  order and boost-for is not Abbots-  deep enough to drain slough' ditch  ford   and  the .Fraser  Valley  sur-   about 30 rods long; dirt from the  ���������mtMHBM^^  BY THE  Growers io contract for  Strawberries,  Raspberries,  Currants,  And all other Small Fruits  Applications should be made as early as-possible  THE   SECRETARY,  BOX 308 NEW   WESTMINSTER,  Matsqui   Hotel  MISSION CITY, B.C.  This hotel makes a  specialty of  home-like comforts for Commercial  ' Travellers.     Comfortable   sitting-  oom and   best  of  hotel   service,  "Cuisine Unexcelled.  Rates: $1.50 tq $2 per day  W. T. LUCAS, Proprietor  rounding it the 'best imitation of  the original garden ,of Eden that it  is possible to find anywhere.  Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. James  of Vancouver are on a few days  visit to Rev. and Mrs. Yates. .Mr.  James is a large .property owner  in Vancouver, and it ia possible he  tlT may see something in Abbotsford  that looks good to him.  Mr. and Mrs. Charles De Witt of  Mission CUy were in town onThurs  day.  This is an extract from a Siamese paper that has an English column ; for foreign readers;,  '���������'Shpotiing  i Out-rage���������O   Fearful  Agony���������Khoon Tong was a" ma-  No w  is the time to order your   of Rangoon and on his return acei-  ---'���������       ' r '-'--'       dentally shot at by .some miscreant  scoundrels.; Untimely death, oh  fearful! All men expressed their  rj-iourn. The cowardicedogs is sliil  at large.1'  ditch for five rods to be put on  fill at culvert to make good road  Dirt to be thrown two feet from  edge of ditch towards roads. The  price to be $22.  McKenzie-Everett, that <as Mr.F  Munroei wishes to know why the   Apply Box 58  clerk's salary was Increased to $300 ������������������  the council increased the salary because the council .--'.considered. th$>  clerk's services worth .'that amount  The council ]then adjourned.  lerson & layior  (Associate   Members Can.   Soe. C. E.)  v..  ,  ' Civil Engineers  R. A. HENDERSON  ��������� B. C. LAND   SURVEYOR  Ofnec, next P. O. P. O. Box 1 1  FOR SALE  Abbotsford, B.C.  At.f'ne grand piano in excellent  condition. Price $150, 1-2 cash. A  bargain.  Painting, Sign Writing  General repair work  J. E. PARTON  Abbotsford        -      ; B. C  < ��������� ��������� -  Good Storage Room for  Furniture.  Advertise in The  POST  . ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  Hot-X Buns from Legace.  The   cricket meeting  on  .Saturday last   was  a   great  success,   $50  .has  already been isubs'cribed.  WANTS  Apply Box 58 Abbotsford B. C.  Single, light wa,gon. Must be  cheap. _^^^^^^^~^^^  A good cow, fresh, (must be a  good milker, not over $50.  ,A   >set  of heavy   harness,  hand  sown in first class condition. Sacrifice  price $25  .;'-A new'.Williams'sewing machine,  almost new, all fittings.   Price.. $30  .JVhite.Leghahi :;  Pure bred (single comb)  can be  tained^  A   fine saddle' horse, quiet  ride or drive. Cheap.  to'For particulars,  Apply as above.  I  U  I  *.1  I  , |  is  ���������' II  \������j  Vil  tit  1  [Ml  1  1  ���������M  L'-"'      * ���������**V"LW-"ir**-,>*9

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