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 '0  \  /  l<  Vol.IL, No. 25.  A'BBOTSFORD, B. C, FRIDAY, APRIL,,28, 1911.  <3^!Sfei>8  $1.00 PER YEAH  |ss3i?*?5?5n^ in-tne "Dark-  -leaving Abboisfor-z!  1 Come in ana  looj  ||' at the values we are  *  4&  showing in  m  #1  Ribbons,  Laces,   Embroidery, *  JI Hosiery, Dry  Goods,  Prints, f  f Ladies'     Blouses,    Ginghams  :*> Special cut prices, - in  !l Ladies' and  Children's Shoes  :#      ���������     ��������� ���������  <4i  ASK  *  *  *  S. BROOKE,  ABBOTSFORD and  HUNTINGDON, B. C.  \4  POLITICAL   EQUALITY  LEAGUE  ���������7   The Political Equality League  of Vancouver will hold a convention in Vancouver in the Modern  Woodmen of America Ball on May  5th. The following is the pro  gramme ; '   > \  Morn.ng  Session at 10 a.m.  Call to Order.  Nomination and election of Chair  ������-  in an. - ^  JSlomination   and  Election of  Secretary. >.  Communications.  Appointment of Comrmittees.  Imports.  Introductions.--  Speeches���������Presidents.  Adjournment.  Afternoon  Session, 2;30 p.m.  Roii Call. '  Reports   of Committees.  Adoptiou   of Constitution.  Election of Officers.  Announcements.  Adjournment.  JSvexuWg Public meeting in O'  Br.en's   iriall, ac 8 p.m.  Chairman,   Mayor Taylor.  Address of Welcome, Mrs. Mc-  Cauiay,  Vancouver.  Response Mrs. Baer, Victoria,  Speakers, Senator Cottrell of  Wasmngton.  Mrs.  (irant, Victoria.       A <  Mr.   J. ������������������N.  .Ems,   Vancouver.  Mrs. Lashley Hall, Vancouver,  iNauonal Anthem.  Collection at Door.  ;On Saiturdiaiy afitierjaoon, Mrs.  Lucas Hunt .will entertain the  visitors and the Executive of the  League on the lawn of her residence-,1641 Broadway West.  Won His Suit  In the county court at Westmjn  ster on Tuesday before his honor  Judge Howay? the case of Swift vs  Pernridge Lumber Company, Limited, came on -for ��������� trial. The  claim was for professional services  of the plaintiff, Dr. Swift of Abbotsford, rendered a certain Japanese injured at one of the mills of  the defendant company at Alder-  grove. Mr. Tait the managing dir-.  ector of the defendant company,  happened to .be at his mill when^ne  accident occurred and had a doctor telephoned for. The plain'iff  sudd the Pernridge Lumber Company, Limited, on the verbal under  taking in Mr. Tajt, and the judge  held that a person seeing anyone  injured Secures' the services of a  doctor to attend npon the injuries  is liable for the fees of the doctor  notwithstanding the ������ac\ that he  might have summoned the doctor  from a purely humanitarian poliit  of view. The defendant company  pleaded the statute of frauds, but  tho judge maintained that the r.avue  did not apply, and gave judgment  for the plaintiff. Mr. George Black  appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr.  Adam1 S. Johnston of Whitesides  Edmonds & Johnston appeared for  the   defendant coimpamy. a  It is understood it is the intention of the 'solicitor for the defend  ant company, to carry the case.to  the  court of appeal���������Columbian.  The two rival companies the B. C.  E. R. and the Western Canada Power Company appear not to* be able  Lo .do business in the same community without at'the 'aaime.time  cau3ing each.other inconvenience.  Qn Tuesday eveningra number of  our citizens witnessed an evening  scene which they we're quite un--'  prepared to witness,';4"but it waa  one to'-look on when once the actions were seen.  I*, appears that on Tuesday evening Messrs Allan Purvis and Ed.  Stirling arrived'on the' Chilli,wack  train about 8 p,m������ The local section .gang under foreman Oleson  who are employed along the line  near Abbotsford were "secured, and  work was begun 'about twenty  minutes after eight just east of  the B. C. E. JR. station, on the B. C.  E. R. right of way-when the iron  pipes .which contain-the cables of  i.ae Canada Power Company were  cue with saws and' the pipes and,  cables were taken .out'and piled on  Hit side of the road and ,the.tranch  eh filled in. -  All this was done under cover of  n.ght with special wires laid and  men  holding electric lights.  It is reported that the. Canada  Power Company had obtained permission to run the'.,hne under the  JB.'C. E..R; right, oi^way and the-  action Of the jme'h seems -stange and  puzzles our, citizens.  Messrs' Sperling and Purvis are  said to lia/e continued their journey   west on- the 11 p.m.  tram  It appears that the Canada Power Company purchased the Sumas-  Electric Light plant and had contracted to supply the Clayburn  works and were to continue the  line on to Mission City to connect  with the. line brought from the  Stave Lake Falls and in doing this  had to cross the B. C. right of way  wuleh was done, at Abbotsford.  ~_ ooo   GOVERNMENT ROAD  ' WORK   BEGUN.'  The provincial government have  begun work in-Abbotsford.  A culvert 100 feet long is being  built on Montrose avenue opposite  the creamery and when completed  and filled in the old bridge, one of  the old landmarks will be removed  A few men and teams are working on Essendene avenue on the  Campbell" hill.  It is expected that a full force  of men will be on-at theb eginning  of  the month   -ooo ���������  BASKET SOCIAL AND CONCERT.  Over fifty people went over to  Mt. Lehman on Saturday evening  to attend the basket social and con  cert given in aid of the new Pres-  terian manse. The proceeds a-  mounted to one hundred and thir  ty dollars. The concert was greatly enjoyed by all present, and the  crowd returned home by special car  on the B. C. Elecitrical, arriving in  Abbotsford   'at   24:55.  ���������o-  The Presbytery of Westminster  will meet next Tuesday in Vancouver and the isynod on Wednesday in the isame place.  BASKET BALL JGAME ���������  The basket ball game between  Langleyand Upper Sumas in the  Maple Leaf hall on Saturday evening was a fine sight, and t^re.  were a large number present,  'ihe game was won by Upper Sumas-with a score, of 12 to 4. A-  bout fifty people came up from  jjungley in a   special car.  When il became known abound  town this,week that our popular  guardian of the peace Mr. W. Blajk  was to leave Abbotsford at tho  end of the month, the news was received with regret. His appointment' was ma.de about' a -year a-  go, at the request of "the ;citizens  and the people of the sorrounding  municipalities for a local po'lice-  -man. Abbotsford was at that time  infested with hoboes from all parts  of. the country, to such an extent  as to become a menace to"the welfare of the town." Mr. Black has  made the name of policeman of-  Abbotsfoi\cl among these fellows a  person to be avoided as well as the  iu\vn a good place to .pass by at  quickly as possible without being  seen. In this way he has won our  respect and our esteem as a public  officer, and sorry to lose him.  A. pe//:ion (to the -depajr^menl  oF-'Police was passed around among  the citizens asking that Mr. Black  be retained as policeman of the  town. It i,s needless to say that  everyone signed ' it. It 'is understood there were over 115 signatures attached to, the'petition with  m-"a   few hours.    -  ' '      i.  The   Post^is   not   aw aire   of   the  name of Mr. Black's, successor, but  ' it'ist-certam he will have to be   a  man *of-"ex'cellent -exeeutiv'e.'.-'abil:  ity   to  uphold   the   reputation    of  .the office'of .'policeman of Abbotsford, lestablished by his predecessor.            'A i .   O   THE    MARKET.  .The market last Friday at New  Westminster was an average one  for the season of the year and the.  attendance was good considering  the fact that the farmers wero busily engaged on their farms putting  in crops. The amount of produce  was larger in many lines than a1,  any time this month and generally a brisk business was done. The  florists were the busiest ^evtfors  with the fish vendors a close- second.  A few-carcasses'of beef brought  in gave a line-on the'"value of "that  commodity, little of which ' l:as  reached the market "for som e.time  Needless to say the beef did not  wait long for a buyer, changing  hands at 11 and 12c according to  quality. Veal is steadily 'increasing in quantiry, and although the  same price wa spaid last week, a  slight weakness was predicted for  next week if the supply-continues  to increase. The demand for pork  was not as strong but good prices  were realized. Mutton and lamb  were conspicuous by their absence  Eggs remained firm at the higher  mark (set at the Easter market, and  notwithstanding the large supply,  no difficulty was experienced in o'o  taining 35c retail and 27c wholesale. The demand for eggs at the  present time i3 exceedingly-strong  Eggs of thoroughbred geese for  settiiig  purposes sold at 2,5c each  The florists this morning made a  specialty of seedlings for spring  .planting, and a flourishing business  was done. Tlie regular; vendors  were in the building with large dis  plays of flowers an. dplants, and  ihere were a number of new stalls  opened for the spring season. Dah  lia 'roots were" also offered for sale  The fish stall displayed a varied  assortment, covering all the usual[  lends of fish, and'in addition sturgeons and oolichans.   The oolichans  are now running more freely in the '  river and are of a   very high qual- /  ity although smaller than last year  The   increased number caused,the  prince t of all slightly, the smal'Lfish  selling at 10c a. lb., instead of two    '  pounds  for 25c.  The live stock'market again'drop  ped to its .former dull level, and  while quite a number 'of head were  offered, as usual, quality was poor  and isales were few'and far between  More quantity and rather better,  quality 'ma.rktid th.e poultry section, ~-  but' the  price's remiahed much the -,  same.   Retail   buyers  were   not  so .-  plentiful   but   the   wholesale   men  had   no  intention of allowing the  price - to   sag,  and   bought  up   as  fast as'the supply came in.   Twelve''  to fourteen dollars was the average  price   paid,   although   one   lot    of  particularly   good-looking      Leghorns fetched $16,per dozen. These  birds  avera.gcd seven .pounds, and  were  a   very clean and well "bred  strain. ��������� There   are   still  practically  . no   ducks  offering 't\v,o , lone . speci  mens  of  the race  coming in early  in the morning .being bought by a  Chinaman for $2.25 teach. A -box of  pigeons   was   offered.3 70'c   a   piece ���������  /being the'price, but there were no.  ..buyers.,,^   ( .-,;'-���������������'  The demand for'table potatoes is-.  ��������� strong, but the,would be buyers are  f.nding  it difficult to  obtain roots  suitable  to their taste's, and pockets.       The   roots  brought   in   are  mainly  of seed- variety,' top- small A-  for the table and to ohigh in price  for   eatfig.   .Carrots   and   tiirnipSj  were equal to the demand with the  prict   unchanged.  ,The  following were the  quotat-  'ons;  '������ ; ''O i ,TCSA LE' MEAT���������     .  Beef,  carcass    11 to 12c  Beef,  hindquarters      13c  Beef,   forequarters       10c  Muvton,      13c to  14c  Lamb  14 to 15  Veal       12c   to   121-2  RETAIL MEATS-  ,Beef, best  rib roasts ��������� 15c to 18c  Pork    -12 1-2  to   13c  iteef, loin     >S?  Beef,  round   steak " 15c   to   18c  Boiling Beef   10e  Veal  17 to 20  Pork    -   ���������18c   to   20c  Mutton   18c t������ 20c  V ETETEBLES���������Wholesale���������  I'utaloeb,   ton    .-    $38 to $42  Onions, lowland, sack   $1.50,  Onions        6   lbs   25c  Carrots, sack  ���������'  $1.1S  Turnips, sack. -"- ������"0c  Lettuce  :  3 heads 10c  Cabbage, per  lb     4c  Celery  '    2 heads  15c  Rhubarb,  lb    10r-  Parsley,   bunch . 5c  Chickens,  dozen    $6.00  to $7.00  Hens, laying, dozen ���������������������������-������������������ $10 to $12  Pu.lets, dozen ���������-- -��������� l',j:5 to $18  Eggs, wholesale ���������- ��������� ��������� 27c  Eggs,-retail  -'���������  JJ0  Butter,  i'etail ������������������������������������������������������ ������������������ ���������.���������������,-:35 and 10 ;  Rev. Mr. Campbell of the Presbyterian "clinrch is planning for a  trip to the east and will'leave af-  rer May 28th for a six weeks'  holiday, "expecting, to return with  his family before the 16th of .'July  He is a commissioner to the Gen-.  eral Assembly of his church which  meets on the"7th of June in Ottawa  d*      '.Wi^S iwi  THfe ABBOTSFORD POST,        ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  TBE ABBOTSFORD POST  business   men   who  contribute   un  published    every.. lTriday , by    the    Post   wards   the   maintenance   o'f  PubliBhinjf Company.  yo ir  school3, your churches, and all that  A weekly Journal, devoted t15 the Inter  ������L-.-ts af Abbot.sford and sui. -������������������ruling di.3- which   goes  towards   the   building  "SverAln. Rates'made ^.'   * ap- ������f  V0��������� to���������-    Ma'k ?��������� 'dollw and  piicutJoii.                       .   . spend it with one of the home raei-  w*Sal yjvBRTisiNG-i2 cents per advertise  in  the Post   Dewdney and othe rplaces,'moves  lin������ for tU-st kiwertion, and 8 cents a Jine ,                                 .     '    ,                -  for ail subsequent oorneoutive ir)>?ortionki. and see if that dollar does not come   me in a   raanne1' anCl to an extent  Presbyterians of those days and,  'Stio?,siuiur- 'o.w] JLq paA.is>Si ifSnoqj  Lhe congregation was virtually one  My friends, the very .remembrance  of the goodness, _cordial friendliness and hospitality xof the many  qf   lhe   eai'ly   settler?   of  Mission,  er  Oux SSibfeoleth-  tfiBA   B-wTOSawjient.  -Neither for nor agrln'  ���������back to you again.   You will have  FRIDAY,     APRIL 28     1911  that- words   cannot 'express.        If  seems  we felt towards eaeh- other  to send money a   long time to an  mor0  like kindred ,than 3trangers.  eastern departmental store .before jjut while old-timers .do well to re-  one cent of Lt will come back to tain kindly and 'sympathetic feel-  help out your to.wn or yourself in  ���������SS towards each -other, let them  The  one important question that  concerns  the people these- days is  whether   or   not   reciprocity  pass the United States senate and  the   parliament  at  Ottawa.   ' One  fear'  is  that  if  reciprocity  passes  that it will lessen the value of the  market value of the1  Canadian pro  ducts   in some cases, for instance  fruit and farm' produce', especially  the latter grown near the boundary  line.      Canadians   wish  to   see the  home market guarded and tbe man  who tills,"tfre soil is the "man who  feel this the most.   The merchant  and' tlie business man is not likely  to   be  the first  that are  touched.  any  way at all.  not  forget their iduty  to newcomers, to those who have just come  Exchange   of, products at  home   to   B0journ  among ,th.,m.  Not one  will build up a   town much quicker  who comes in Ibut has some anxiety  will   than  any other way  we know of.   or trouble, and mot one but will ap-  That is the, way we want to make   predate a   kind word and friendly,  Canada great is to trade at home  mess Saddlery Hardware  Trunks and Valises  P.O. Box '45   , ,    N Abbotsford, B. C.  L.-P ��������� J  Anniversary Service  'deed.   Let them have your bestad-  ' vice and the boniit.of your longer  experience.'  Only a   cruel and unprincipled inan will italce advantage  of  the iignoran'ce and inexperience   o  of the newcomer to .enrich himself:  The  anniversary-services  of the   1    often  meet,  in 'unexpected quar  ,-,,,.        ,       ,        ,���������..    .      _..      ters,  personns  who claini  that     I  Presbyterian church at Mission City   .     .   ,    '    ���������    ,     .. ���������   .,  had  been of jservi,ce  to them. But  were conducted on Sunday by Rev whother those whom you may'have  A. Dunn, who-after lhe sermon gave .befriended may be (grateful or  many interesting details of the in- not> "'suppose they return evil for  troduction   of  Presbyterianism and   good, cursing for .Iblessing, it is still  your duty asi-followers of the Lord  Jesus Christ/to ido goo'd to'all men  as you have opportunity,'specially  distinct  LIVERY AND FEEDSTABLE  Having purchased the business of Mr.  W. Lyle, I am prepared' to give the  b,est of satisfaction as to prices and  comfortable rigs. Stables open day  night to, do business.  We solicit your patronge.  Methodism  in that place.   He said  J. E. GEARY, prop.  in   part;  I   have>' a  very   distinct    recol-   t0 {hose who /are pf the household  Th������._ home market .to the one thac   Jection   o������   t"he   firgt   Pregbytpriau  0i   fUi.cn.-j/na Columbian.  - MHiHiiira  -counts.-A good price for the pro ,servi,Qe conducted at St. Mairy^s  duct of the aoil is an important one Mission in 1889, .a little -later than  The next important question with this in the .season. It was held m  the man who sells the product oi .the fist, school house away back in  his farm is the question of ibuying the bush and quite invisible until  to   advantage.- one came within -a   tew yards of it  Mr. Dunn was woli known to lho  early   timers around Abbotsford.  A   PROFITABLE   PARTNERSHIP  SE  Let us apply' this question of  vbuy'ng   to  advantage.  Let us .apply thJs question of  guarding the home market in another way, and see how it works  ���������out.. A-b.botsford, considering the  - size of the town and the opportunities it offers ito men to start in  business has ;a number of .good  stores (consult the advertising col-  A father with a' view to encouraging his' daiugh'tej.-," aged~ 20"  Indeed the whole /hillside at the to purchase a Canadian Goverri-  time was covered with large trees ment , annuity, so ,that she may  though now thief 'site of a' thriving have an absolutely sure income of  little city with lexcellent prospects   $300 a   year so long as she may live  ahead.  from and after the age of 55, offered to contribute $25 a ' year for  this purpose if she would from her  ���������earnings contribute the balance of  the annual premium necessary to  secure the said annuity, an. offer  which,,the daughter readily ac'-.  -cepted^ on ascertaining how small  an amount she-would be required  ���������to pay. She found that by a saving of $2.27 a month, .in addition  to the"$25..a   year or $2.09 a month  INSURANCE  LOANS  ]t was a, beautiful summer day  and the congregation, chiefly Methodists and 'Presbyterians', quicc  filled the building. Some of those'  present that day have' passed' a-  way to the sanctuary above," including Mr.'Spring,'an elder of the  umns.of this paper)  wiling    and   Presbyterian  church, Mr. and Mrs  ready to do business in their line   James   TreAheway,' Mr.   A,be'rcrom'  in  this' district. ������������������[ Notwithstanding   bie> Mr. McMillan -and other's, have  that',fact there ,'are  a   number of   s.nce moved away to bther settle-  >',",.���������        ;��������������������������� ,     ' ments   and' to   other' cities  '    Tne ' to be. paid by her father the    an-  peopie   who  send to  eastern    de- -        "    *    omei   cities,      ine would  nof nn|v ��������� hp  ���������   ���������      ���������    . ' persons above named were alwayd   nm^-  01  ^6W *ouia .noC only    be   /-; _  partmentaJ stores for goods of one  at the 8ervice8 whether the preach   secured> but that it   would be paid   ^g~  K.nd   and  another.   This   destroys   er  was Methodist or Presbuterian   for 10 years -in, any event so that  the  home market as  it sends  the   eloquent or the reverse.    The only   should *h* die ibefore "the ten years;  two  present that Sunday (I   meai:   ex.Plred ^ie annuity would be con-  heads of families) who are present  to-day so far as I   can rememoer  are "Mr. and Mrs.  Geo. Munro  For   thre   eyears   from   i������89 ' onwards,   I   suppLed* Mission      C'lv  Abbotsford Homesites  If you are looking,for a home  .or snappy investments  town lots, acreage or farm        /  "property  ���������Jsee'"  W. McCALLUM  The Pioneer-Real Estate Broker of Abbotsford  money out of the district. Were  the.- merchants 'in-Abbotsford to  receive all the cash that goes east  tu the departmental /stores for  goods and sell all the good3  and  every   alternate      Sunday      aft'er-  tinued for the remainder of the  term to such person as she might  name, thus insuring a posiuve return of $3,000 but as has been said  with the proviso that should she  survive   the  10  years  the  annuity  vertise in  ,'.'. \. I .VMijff  gioceries   and  goods consumed ^ * noon preach;ng in ^^^y schof)1 would   be  continued to  herself so  the  district it would create anew   h6use  in the* forenoon.   Rev. Cov- lon"  as she m:;'ght live-    .   Should  state of affairs.    Of course all peo-   neliu's   Bryant,  Methodist, had death  occur before 55 all that had  pie have their faults, even the busi-   been on the ground, before my ar- been,paid in .with 3 per cent) cora-  t  {���������'*:  ''<_������'  i ' >������->������������������ jt\ . '^3  nessman.   The only .perfect man .s   riVa!'   iov   a .shor,:   time   ana   had   pound   interest' would, go   to   her    ; t. P. 0: BOX 58  the n. w.p_p���������r man, and even aoi  "oeen conducting his service' in the   heirs.      It   is  certainly a.   most at  Phone Central  ,        >tIie. same   place every  second  Sunday, tractive   investment,1 - and ���������"   other  people find'"fault with him.        But ���������,ae   u^d.cation   of   the   Methodist fathers  or mothers [desiring to set-  what chance has a   man of ag-im church took place on the Last Sun- s0 excellent an .example toberchil-  seeing  a    dollar  that   goes   to   an day   of   April,   1892.   In   cash   fnd drenof   any  aSe'3 may      ascertain  eaatern 'dcpaa'tmental  store,  but if -Promises* about-  $200   were   raised ful1 information on'the subject-by  you f.pen'd it at home it will most  probably  Telegram--Sumner, Abbotsford; B. C.  ���������by the'dedication*services.       The   aPP^'ng   to   their  postmaster,   or  benevolenc   eof  the members  .and   direct to the superintendent of an-  come   back   to   you   one   their friends had met the cost with   nuities,   Ottawa,  to  whom  all let-  way or another.  Some years ago the editoi of  .this paper lived in a small mmwg  camp. He marked a dollar bill  ,with a private mark and spent  it in one of the stores. W^hin the  next month that dollar was passed <Jay. Nol withstanding" the snow-  over to him four different tjmes by -fall the church, wae well filled. Rev  people who paid theirSubscription E- D- McLaren, moderator of the  It calnV iln twice for job printing f resbyer^' Preached the sermon. I,  r.���������     . ���������;-..'���������     ;,      ..���������  A be,ng   present stated a^; the after  lhe last tune the dollar came in noon service, that I had conduct-  he looked like an old acquaintance :ed the first Presbyterian service  and was kept as a keepsake for at M.,ssion on the 10th day of June  a long "time and an argument for :ib8i', when> of Presbyterian famil-  purchasing goods at home. At ^".^^ere only three and two  ,-...,'   ,  ,. single men.   JEven in' 1891 the. Pres-  last  the dollar was as an expefi-   byueriana  were ti  in two or three hundred dollars. terS  S������ free of postage.  The Presbyterian church at Mis- WORDS. OP WISDOM.    .  ���������aion   was not opened till January    jt is folly for an -eminent man to  14th, 1891 when -Rev. Mr McCuilock   think   of ascaping censure,  and a  was in charge.   Ins weather, I   re-   weak man to be affected, with it;  member,   was   unfavorable,    snow      _z0 man 'ever made an ill figure  JalLng   heavily  during the   whole   who   understood   his   own, talents  nor a good one who mistook them  Next to knowing when to seize  an opportunity, ���������the; most 'import-:'  ant thing in life is tok'now.������������������:when to  forget an advantage:    -A  Look   how  thou  walkest,      take  good heed thy soles are not tread  on the heels of the poor ./brethren. ;  He   that has health  has     little  more to wish for, and he that is so  wretched as to. want it wants ev-  small body nu-  t  T.  T  T  t  I  T  T  T  i  I  t  1 mile from Abbotsford,  Good 'house and barn. *  acres  v  t  1  ment paid out in a   town forty or  merically though possessed of vis:- ��������� '��������� ��������� ' ������       ' '      '  Children hive more nc?ed of mo-  shoulders have i  'ns  wonhlp or their own.   The utmost  o^Z^^J** .*������ ^  harmony a,nd Christian feeling pre- , A'3 f   ������L /? * ," A      .'    Ut  .,    t fax-"-"      taKca   a    Vast  deal   or   Inihnr ��������� f n crp ���������  The home bysiness men are the  vailed amongst, the Methodises and out ' ;get  ey in circulation at home, spend i  with   the home  merchants.  Here is a chance to  double %  Your money at present prices- %  4i  ���������H  1  m  it  < v --  m  'M  <*i^yt������i~t<<^^ * I,  /of  THE ABBOtSfORb^OST, ABBOTSFORD, B. C  A  :m������.Ljj^  JUJUJi-  w^i ���������*mm*mm^*memm*tim*mi^*^^ '-       -\ \  .ui:a^j/iWAuu.'^������������.l.A^,i^uLUM  We are Agents   for  Phoenix Assurance Co. of London, Englan^P  Liverpool, London & Globe, of Liverpool, \ Eng.  British American Assurance Co., of Toronto.  For }*our Insurance.     Fire time is coming along.  JiW-.Btr- tfj^,NF^3^nr-S������-T- J*^,-.,1  ffiKs^s&sstsnresSiSjaroiWTSiSsmicOT^ssrSM  ERGIAL  OTEL  mmirmm'aamixwmagm  j Mcelroy a Co.  LIQUORS,   WINES  AND   CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  >a������:  -������������������������������.-��������������������������������������������� *.��������� j.;^^..-re.������i3������g4i^^ ���������'|J--^B>  HOTEL  ABBOTSFORD, B. C  Strictly first-class : in, every respect., The 4 bar is  stocked with the best of wines, liquor and cigars,  .TT..  RATES,  $1.50 TOjs$2.00   PER   DAY  H. FREEMAN, proprietor  BUTCHER  Perk, Mutton, >*eef, Veal, Pork Sausages,  Weinies  and Balogna always on hand.    Fish every Thursday  ABBOTSFORD  resdl Grain Store  J. J. SPARROW, prop.  Cash paid for E������gs and Poultry  Our prices are hard to  beat, call and inspect stock  , Eye Sight Speeattst  Does the Finest  Optical Work.  Medical man and others  pay tribute to hU skill.  TM'QranvilW.St. .Vancouver  HARRON BROS.  Erafealmers and FuHeral Directors  Vancouver, Office  and  chape-1   im aranvilia St.,    Phone 3436  Kortk Vancouver,       Office    and  . eKapel^U6 2nd st. Phone 134  WANTED TO PURCHASE  Forty   acres   improved . farm   in  th* Fraser Valley, with, or without  house and buildinga,' conven.ent to  Elation or landing.   Apply .   to J.  H.   Smith,  Straiton,' B. . C.        for  full   particulars,   firut  letter.  CANAQA-S,  Greatest Nurseries  t    r * -     " t   ' ���������     .  ,  r j <���������  Want   a   fre.pr.esen'tative '    for  MISSION CITY,  B. C.  . and surrounding district'  The reliability,' healthy condition  of our stock as well as trueneas 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 firm's  name lends  prestige  to our representatives.  Complete line of Nursery SStock  for SSpring 1911.  Write  for "full particulars.  STONE & WELLINGTON  The Fonthiji Nurseries.  TO-ONTO,;  Ontario'  CHURCH   SERVICES  jffZfflEaBSBEnBHBm^^  Presbyterian     Church��������� pev     T    |^_  Campbell, B. A., B. D. pastor.  Abbotsford,- ll.'a.miand 7:30 p.m.  Upper Sumas, May 29, and every  alternate Sendayat 3 p.m.,  C. E.,-Wednesday ;a<t 8 p.m.  Sunday Scsfeoal at 3 p. in.-       R  Sunday  School "every Sunday at  Presbyterian    Church���������Rev.   j-     q_  Alder.     ,-  Glenmbre,  11 a.m.  M      l.--hra.'in, 2,-30 p.m.  Pine Grove, 8'.p!.m".  At Musselwaite.,School"'House-  Service" every  alternate Sunday  at 3 p.m.  9  IwL.'  I beg to intimate to my numerous* Patrons and  Friends that I have taken into partnership Mr. J.  Clark late of the Abbotsford Lumber' Co. and the  business will now be carried on as  HORSESHOEING  &   BLACKSMITHING  We hope by strict ahenlion to business to obtain a share of your pr Ironage  aMS-Si"^  TELL IT TO THE EDITOR a- Suffragate!"  with keen insight in  Tell it to 'the editor if you    cx-  t'o   (he   jjolitical  discontent      now,  Sunday--school levery Sunday  at   pcct   the   public to   know.   Unless   in   Gonnany> flay8������ "]    sec  by   the  2 P.m.    ������������������.���������'���������'������������������. :   "        "      the   editor  knows -about   it   * yuu   n<^'sP<lPpr lhat Ca"ada ". looking  At Huntingdon, School House���������  l^LUr,    itHL>������b    'clilJUUL      LL yi  you cannot expect h.'jm to teil thr-  for 5,000 brides, and thait there art  Service   at  every alternate Sunday   public through the columns of the   60"U0������  eligible bachelors therewith  ��������� at' ,3 '^m-      I     ,       ' ' local   paper.   He cannot .be  every   out Suitable feminine acquaintances  Will you please, Mr, Editor, give  us the fullest possible information  about conditions in Canada, because   we intend going there     to  ,    L, ���������     ,       ,   . ������������������    paper,   jtie cannot  oe  every  b.  b. every Sundayat 2 ;30 p.m. ^^   neJthor   Cftn   he   teU      t]_e  ' CHURCH OF ENGLAND���������ST. "thoughts of tho (people lie meets  MATTHEW'S-Rev. C. F. Yates, on -the stneels. Of course editors  v.car-pro-tem.. ���������'     are   all pnetty 'smart���������at  least     a  A obots'ford Services .every Sunday  "few   of  them .are   and  are   pretty 'fjnd husbands.   We do not see why  at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p. m. good guesaers, tout-At is much * an- .English women shouid  anntch    the  Holy Communion every alternate    ler to  be told a   thing than have   best catches from under the very  Sunuuy. t ������ ,  to  guess it.   Then there is simply   nuses of the German girls.  S:  School wver.v Sunday  at 2.30.       the   process -of  putting  the  story       "Since   the   German   government  Choa- practice,  Wednesday at 8      into' words and not'so haa-'d on the   paysAno attention whatever to,the  ������������������_ , .    .gray   matter#'   you  know    editors   colossal   surplus  of  German  girls,  must   hav-* _.a. I'Jttle   gray .matter  or they .would not be able to rim  ABBOTSFORD   POSTOFFICE  Oflice hours from a .a. m. to 7 p. m.  Mail for Peardenville every Tuesday  and Saturday, 1 p. m:  BUSINESS   DIRECTORY   OF  i   -:    '-ABBOTSFORD.  GenerJil Stores ���������  Authfer Bros.'  E..'Brooke : ���������  Hotels���������  .Abbotsford Hotel. T-T. Fr������eman,. Prop.  ;.   Commercial^ McElroy &'~Co.'  . Real   Estate���������  J. W!'McGallurn.  C. A. Sumner & Co.  Bernau   &" Husband,  "   J. .J.   McPhee,  Auctioneers���������  J.  W.*. McCallum ...  FEED STORE��������� -  ,.   J.   J. .Sparrow. ���������.,'.  Creamery��������� '  ���������   Sa   J.  Bates,  Prpprietor.  Hardware and  Furniture���������'  \  H. 'Alan'sen.'1-   ' '";  Butchers���������'"  ���������    A.-Mi King.  L iy ery'Stable���������-  J.  E, Geary, Proprietor.  Baker and Confectioner���������  L. LegF������G6.  RESTAURANT���������  ���������   Go-arad Andersen. ���������  Shoemakers���������     ..-,--  M. H'auser. '  Board of Trade��������� .  , J. W. 'AfeSallum,' Secretary.  Blacksmith���������  StanleF Ausheau. ( i  ���������  Oarber and Pool Room���������  Jos. Sanderson.  Q-. Isenor.  Tobaeco and Novelties���������  JA-vV Means.  Doctor-^-  T. A. Swift.  SADDL&RY  anol KaBDWARE-  B. J. Q-ernae-y.  MERCHANT  TAILOR.  T. C.doogran.'  SCRVEYORS  _ Hencferson   and  Taylor.  ABBOTSFORD "DRUG STORE.  MUSIC TEACHER���������  Miss Alice Steed.  CONNTRACTOR  & BQILJ'   R-  A.  Everett.  aud'as the. high price, of meat it  making it increasingly diii'icuit for  a-paper in  a   .small coutry town, respectable- girls   to   get   married  whore   "sometimes  there  is  hardly tlie g.rls oi, our circle have unan-  ���������enough'business to keep up fairly im'uusly-decided to 'become British  de,ccnt   .staff   and'.plant;   but      a subjects   and   emigrate' to   Canada  place where a   whole lot of-boost- Jn   order   that   the  -aspirations   of  ing'is just what will make things the   Canadian  bachelors 'may  -   be  ���������go "ahead.   News, that is real news, gratified. ThePruiBSija/ngovernment  is what makes the paper readable ^'U-  t-1,1-211 realize that  through its  and interesting.   The more interest obsolete  .franchise * system     .  the  ing the'paper the more people-will young women to who mthe vote is  read  it and talk about the place refused have been driven into the  where  it is published.  That is just ai'm3 o.fEngland." *  the aim of the country press���������to  have the town whore it is published'  talked about. Talk about a to^vn  ip the advertising of a. town, especially if 'that town can back up  ail that is said about it. .  Tho   other   day   wc   received      a  small piece of news through     the   ooo   ALL THINGS TO ALL MEN  Liberal papers onthe prairie tell  their readers that ^he coming into  force of the reciprocity agreement  ,wil' be a gxeat thing because :t  will lower the iprice of fruit.'  In . the>- fruLt (growing     district's  mail.   We   were  glad  to   get it. It    ,, " "���������   ,,    .   .,      .    ..    , - ^���������������������������^  ,   , , , ��������� ,   ,        -        .-        they   say  that  the   fruit   (grower  helped out a   whole lot, especially  as "more was found out later. '   In  that  way we'were able, to'tell our  wili get more, for his fruit than he  rides- now,"       ���������'- *:     -   - >  In the cities the working  man is  readers  and subscribers something   to]d tha(: it will pgdu.ee the cost of  that   but only a' few knew 3oy-  iiving-by reducing;.'the pr/ce of the  'thing ��������� about.   It   was  news      too,  Sometimes   there   are,/people   who  will drop into .the office and teil   a  little   gossip   that  is   uews,   while  others send it to us.   These are all  welcome  at the Fraser Valley Re- .,   ., .     ,. ,   .    TT   ,���������  --,... , .. ���������.-,' that- the price ,he can get in U. S.  cord office, and sometime a   good '.-.-- ���������... b ,     -  word   can  be .said  for  that  party   is, .better than/the pr^ce he can get  that   while  it  may' not  do   much' '1* -ddo^ ������* U^x3 3^od��������� ^  good,   neither cap it      do      mu-..'h"gures  are'published showing how  products. ";  In, the rural /districts the farmer  is told that if m&ans higher prices  for the same products. . 'i  The- prairie. wheat grower is told  harm   (either.   Be   sure   when  .yo.u  see a   person's name often.mention  much 'more' per (aere the land wiU  be worth'when,lall the wheat goes  ed favorably by the press that that  to   Minneapolis  and .brings  in six  party has usually said or done some  cents more ,per .bushel.        '���������    - -"  thing that has helped out in s5u;e"  way. A ��������� -man's name appearing,  in the local pa.pei: will never do  him any harm, ������specially if he is  not ashamed to ,������ee his name ��������� in  print.  There are ;many little things  happening every day that would  inteirest the ,public and yc at  the tiame time "be news.   How can  In' Vancouver and Fort William  and other railway towns,, they say_  that 'the wheat -and other traffic'  will continue to 'go 'east and west  as at present and that these towns  and railways will not b'e injured.-  Everyone who ships-into the U.  S. will be ienriched'*by'-taitmg"cff  ^he duty because ;it is the .producer  who   pays the .duty.  Everyone who buys, from tlie U.  the  editor (be <ex,pe,'cted to publish g   %vm get goods cheaper because  anything   about .your wedding  a- it  is the [consumer "'Who^pays the  bout   a    bucking  broncho,    or      a duty. ��������� ���������   ������������������:  bucking   adtomobile,   or  a   police      Good results will come from tak-  court case,'or >a   venture  in bufi- the duty off fruit, from leaving, it  ness,   or  anything that  your  best on implements, from 'keeping lum-  friends   would  like to   read   about bcr on the free list and from keep-  you  without the 'editor knowing it ing coal off, from having recipro-  Dc as the iG-ood Book says for you city in wheat and from not having  to  do, "Te-11 it," and teli it to 'he it in flour,  editor. Tn ly i-  must ibe a   magnificent  ' o  agreement   thatcan  produce      all  AFTER CANADIAN BACHELORS, these   contradictory results , at one  Instead   of/holding     indignation and the same time;-and the states  m,oKn,f,   fn n���������.)no|.  oo-iinaf-riviw-   men   who   can   invent   legislation  y.o'-^..feot..<.-jMtJiifcjt.ofcj<.^feiiJ/.j',.'i.jfeo������.Jt.j������.jfcjs,Jt meetinijd   to protest  agamsi aiaw- ��������� ������������������ ,     ,  egace  the attention of marriageable   that   will perform all these stunts  mg  young' women to the opportunities  simultaneously are, indeed, wonder  ,, .���������    ���������������������������������������������   ,.       ,^   r:-������������������A-���������   ful statesmen. Also ithe good peor  open   in   this  countrv   to. become i   ,        ,     ..     .    ,     .   ���������        &. ".  7?  J     1  ABBOTSFORD,   BAKER  Bread, Buns, Kisses,  Cream Puffs  Wedding Cake a Specialty  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  .if ., '���������,',' ��������� i. ��������� e , , n t ���������' [Ac who in each part of the <  # the helpmates of lonely Canadian .';l , -... ^ ... %, ���������n ... ���������  *...,; ��������� ��������� ... i^try   believe, that, these  thing  |   bachelors,   German  girls  are  pr?.-5L.onderfuj believers.  coun-  s are  paring to compete with their Engi  f,  lish cousins for Canadian husbands,$8 ,      /  ',   .  | according to an amusing let.tel.f Those who never retract their  I from one prospective bride in theI^P*10na * love themselves more  |   Tagebllatt.   The   letter   is -signep|than they love truth'  "Helene,"   and   the  editor   of. thejj   There   is  about'neat  and clean  Tage.bla.tt'   declares   that  it .is   infclotihng a   sort of youthfulhess in  '$������������������ every -respect genuine. ,      ^which it is well for old age to en-  The.   writer who  appears  to bewvelop- itself. . '     .  . -v   ;, i  FOUR  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,       ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  per ct.  A Carload of Carriages Just Arriqed.  A nice little cart with room for two  for    $35  AI   Top   Buggies,   leather  trimmed,  for S105  First-class Market Wagons, two seats,  for ...:������������������ $.110  These prices are1 right for such goods and you  should call and inspect before purchasing elsewhere  sac  ��������������������� -sstiBHEuasmii  tftjiiqf)i{M������i!rem^a'^iBBBaB������fl^^  When You are Trying the New  Electric Road Call on Us  dtak  Singer Sewihg Machir% * Victor Gramophones,  Edison Phonographs, aiid all the latest Records  always in stpek. Largest collection of Records  iii the Province.  NOTE THESE PRICES  Victor .it, '$31,   Victor No. 2, $42.  Victor NO. 3, $50, Victor No. 4, $03  Victor Victrola, Oak and Mahogany, 250  Edison Phonographs from 19  !  ;  We.-have Violins, Mandolines, Guitars, Banjoes, all prices to suit' ail pockets, Sheet Music,  in fact everything found in a first class Music store  You are welcome whether you buy or not.  call arid aee'us when you'are in town.  .H.TODD'S   Music House  419 Columbia Street, New Westmin ster, B. C.  cusxmwaaE������ gseama eaa <2skctsbssb5S3 :ii*illli'!:"!"i!3iilill'lH!i: ������  SOCIAL AND PERSONAL  Th-^ Presbyterian Ladles' Aid met  this Thursday at the home of Mrs.  Henry  Smith.  Mrs. Fraser's new home is hurry  ing to a finish :and wil lbe one of  the finest in the town and an ornament  to the east side.  Mr. Husband of Berneau & Husband is building a houBe in the  east end of the town.    "   ���������  : Oar town is hustling these dayt  and improvements are seen on -every   hand.  Mr. B. J. Gernaey intends to be  a week fend visitor to the coast  on Saturday.  The Ludies' Aid of the Presbyterian church will hold a parlor social at the home of Mrs. Arthur Tre-  theway on Thursday May 11 at 8  in the the evening.  Mr. L. A. Mutitt 'student, con^  ' ducted. ,'services last Sunday xa't  Upper Sumas, Musselwhite and at  Straiton and will do so again next  Sunday. These services will be con  tinned during the summer.  Quarterly communion services  were held at Huntingdon school  house, Easter Sunday by Rev. J. L.  Campbell. There will be public  worship there each iSujiday during  the Bumm ;r at 3 o'clpi^A The Sunday "school will'meet yat 2 ip.m>,  The Good Templars will .meet  next 'Tuesday evening for the Installation of officers and hereaf-  te ron the first and third Tuesday  evenings of each inonth.  Mr. J.* W. McCallum wais in Van  couver a   few days thi3 week.  Mr. Harry Heath was in Westminster on Thursday. ���������"*  Mr.   J.   P.   Boyd   returned   from  ,Chilliwack "on  Wednesday.  Mr. Alex Cruickshank spent a  few days in Abbotsford this week.  Mias Edna Boyd and her friend  Miss 'Steven who e,pent the Easter  f.ioK'dajs with here, /returned to  Vancouver on Monday.  Mrs. F. J. Boyd returned home  from the east on Friday last.  Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hairrop spent  a    few days in Vancouver this week  Dr. and Mrs. Swift returned  from Westminster on Wednesday  evening.  Mr. Brown of the local bank staff  returned from his holidays on  Monday.  Miss  Dennison of        Vancouver  ��������� spent   Sunday   last  with   her  sisters   Mrs.   McMenemy  and      Mrs.  Zeigler.  Mr. Paul Taylor of Vancouver  was in Abbotsford for a few days  this week.  Mr. H. A. Howe was a Visitor at  the Horse Show in Vancouver this  week.  . Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sparrow have  moved into their new home on Oscar Street, which Mr. Sparrow  rc'L-emly purchased from Mr. D. W.  Turn bull.' :  Mr. D. M. Stirton returned on  Tuesday from Banff where he was  for  ������a   short   time ��������� recuperating.  Rev. A. E. Bruce and wife have  made many wrm personal friends  here and will/be followed with'their  prayers and good wishes to the  new incumbency ,at lAbbotsford.  The rev, gentleman.will be succeed  cd by Rev. Mr. Williams, of Saskatchewan. Simikamcen-Star of  1-T.ncelon.  Arthur E. Baker is the architect  in charge of ithe now Commercial  hotel which wiil.be buiJt at Abbot*  lord by James 'McElroy & Co., ft  will be'a modern, three-story, solid  bnck bunding and will cosl $11,000  ��������� Chillnwack .New Era.  _ o   The Great Northern have started  work on the crossing on Montrose  avenue, and are driving piles. The  contract 'for removing -the 'earth  Wiii probably be let in a few days.  , Mr. McQuarrie expects to have  the roof on the new station this  ��������� week.   -���������ooo   The   Board' of  Trade "iWts  on  Monday evening.  WANTED,'  A   NICE     LOOKING  YOUNG   MAN,   not   particular   a-  .bont the color of his hair or eyes  or as to .whether is the 'best look-  .ng   young fellow in  town or  not'  Age   no  consideration   Must  be a  good  talker and  able  to converse  .litei'igtntiy  on the political questions of the day to suit tks ladies  In (expiation of the above it is  nuc necessary to @ay that we have  not  (started   a matrimonial  bureau  ..but   the fact of the matter .is ' the  ' editor   of this paper  has received  an invitation to the British Columbia   -Political   Equality  League   in  Vancouver 'to be held next Friday  May 5th.   Owing to that being the  one day in the week that we publish   this great family  journal the  editor is unahle to attend and the  btaff 'are also busy, it is impossible  to   attend, but  we   would like  to  have   the paper represented.   Applications   and  further particulars  obtained   from  Mr.  J.  J. Sparrow  when he is not busy selling grain,  hay  and oats.  HUTcL Ar������������lVAL3    >  Abbotsford  Hotel.  B. Elliott and wife. Vancouver.  A.D.   McQuarr.')s,   Vancouver.  G. W. Casselman, Westminster.  Geo.  Ronan Vancouver.  Harry   Todd,  Vilctoria.  R. McCallum, City..  G.  Waterman, Princeton.  J. S. Bell, Vancouver.  Mr. Johston and wife Vancouver  .W  H. Porter and wife, Vancouver.  S. S.Ciark, C. P: R.  Fred G. Bars Chilliwack.  Jos.   Scott, Chilliwack.  Henry  McKc'nzie, Vancouver.  D. J. McKenzie, Vancouver.  R. C. McCormick, Vancouver.  L. B. Tilus, Bellingham.  Tom Keogh, Sumas.  vV.   A. McCallum, City.  O    L. Spurrier, City  Vj. E. McGregor, City  J. A. Cox, Vancouver.  Fred A. Richardson, Vancouver  W.  M. Evans, Vancouver.  R. D. Douglas, Vancouver.  II.   Simon,  Montreal.  ������������������ J. 'P. King, Vancouver.  J as.   R. Fleming, Vancouver.    A  H.   Mlf.e, Mt. Lehman.  F.  Leighter, Vancouver.  B.E. 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