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 m  'A-  I  !  M  ���������Sf.  m  r/l  aft  3&  m  *$���������  $  ������:  ^"  ���������r.M;i  .&������.  ���������w  in  '.essiv  "S  *1  4cj  voOi;,'Nd;'24;  7^  ABBOTSFORD, B. C, FRIDAY, APRIL, 21, 1911  |1.00 PER YEAR,.  ic Hath Uharms  ���������  On   Thursday icvening ��������� last   the  Misses Steed gave.their first grand  Weart Gets Gemination  prov  Mtetin  Special to the Post���������  At  the Liibcral  convention  held  concert in thaMaplc Leaf Hall, 'tt   in Now Westminster t������day.^r^W.  was from ,a   social' and -��������� financial  point of view .a., grand success. The  hall was crowded to' its 'fullest capacity to lv<iar the pupils of the  Misses Steed recite, B'ing and act.  This (exhibition showed .'that all  had  been thoroughly trained'    in  J. Weart, reeve of.' Burnaby,. was  the unanimous choice of'the convention. Two names were before  the delegates to. choose from, Mr.  George Kennedy, former!* postmaster at, New Westminster and  W. J. Weart, 'present reeve ,vof,  Burnaby.     The volirfg iresulted in  the  fascinating'art of music     by ^Kennedy  39 and 'Weart 44.      Th,p  masterful tuition. .Both brought  credit to both teacher's and pupils  and also a credit 'to the1 toAvn that  such 'an 'entertainment of.'so high-  3ri class could be given, by the pupils  '$A of teachers of our.own town.  While all parts oi the program  were, carried out,;tp. perfection and  to the"satisfaction, of an' appreciative audience, perhaps permission  night be'granted' to make'special  mention of the.actiori'solos.of the  little -ones. ��������� Tinyvtots, some of  them, indeed, peribrned 'and 'sang  in suchja manner as;to bring down  the house���������one 'little lady being  so imbued with the stage that she  d!d not like the idea of the "one lit  choice   was then made" unanimous  on'motion of "Mr, Kennedy. ���������  Every district pn the riding.was'  represented..        ,  Mr. John Oliver refused to have  h'is name placed 'before the convention.  Mr. Weart made 'a rattling fine  speech as did' (m'ainy of the other  leading ' Liberals. Everybody ������������������' in  the Liberal camp, is "happy."  DOCTORS   ADVOCATE  VACCINATION  The small-pox epidemic in the-  city of New Westminster is still  cause for worry on, the. part of the  CORONATION RENTS.  early date.  The .following is the programme;  Chorus, "Won't You Buy My Pret  ty Flowers,";  , t.     ���������           4..        ������������������fo moo Piano   Duet,''"May FIoAvers"  by  nrice paid for Coronation 'seats was *                  .'          '                       ���������*  puce i"^       ^                     ,���������i,OT, Q Miss Rucker and'Miss Ethel Wal-  in "the reign of Edward J when a  ,��������� Sxt^W .*������   - .being   ���������������������������Y.T��������� ^T "Q" 1   /^������ JSole,  "Th* LttUe  Patriot  asfed -for the rent oi w.est end cut. . ^uivalent to hi, a   farthing  ��������� X^'tmv ISStoZ  and' houses'for 'the   forthcoming   0r   a* quarter  of  a   cent���������for      a  coronation season, and as anindica-, good place from which to view the  pageant.  At the Coronation of EdAvard II  seat cost a   half-penny; Henry V.  twopence;' and   [n  Henry      VI.''S  tie pumpkin, allialone'.'being made authorities   hut  let 'all. hope  they  into  pie, and wished to give     the haVe  more than 'two doctors and  audience-the  song 'again.      - The one ��������� trained   nurse.      Should   the  >������^tht^ grow^xnora'Aserious- suf,  in their-work.  'The Toy .Symphony . ._-.       ,.���������������>                    .  ,. -- I   \-u '  was equally good.   . -All are to be fjcient nurses will be taken to the  congratulated  who took ipart,. and town  to cope with this malignant  hope that the 'Misses Steed will see disease.'.                      '���������'"'.'  their  way to give another at an The- British Columbian of- Mon-  The annual vestry "meeting of St ,  Mat'thews church was held in the-, -  vestry on Wednesday evening.  \,   *  The different reports presented  showed a most favorable condition of affairs In the church* . <  The expression of the meeting  was that Rev: Mr. Yates of Golden'  B. C. who has been vicar' for thfe ���������  w'oiter months, deserved great  praise a,nd credit} 'for his success in  bringing the church to its present  creditable  standing -  The   very pleasant part  of ..the  evening was when all business was  transacted all adjourned t.o the vicarage where cake and coffee .were ���������  served; ,    Having enjoyed thisthe .  Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Yatea were the  recipients on behalf of* the congre-;  gation, of <a   most handsome   oak'  and -silver serving tray, which they ;'  were  asked to iaccept as .a   slight:"  token of theieBteem in which they  were held by the people of St. Matthews, and also .in part recognition  of the very'estimable way in whjch  they  had interwoven their affections  with those o'f 'the people 'tor  the spiritual, welfare ot all: -  :  Addresses were delivered by Mr  'HillrTout and Mr.. J. p. Boyd, and  Mr. Yates responded thanking .the  congregation for their kin'dhess.and  f  day last has the following to say  "Dr. Pagan "(provincial Medical  health officer from Victoria is in  the city to-day in conference with  Dr. J. H. Jones, city medical health  officer, regarding" the cases of  small-pox in the city. He express,  ed himself as well satisfied with  the .action being taken by the  health  officer and states that the.  Cradle," by Miss Maggie Smith and   disease,' while undoubtedly email  reign the frequency of Coronation's  irene Edson and Miss Steed  caused them to ipa.ll on public taste   * piano Solo, "The Prixies Drill" by  with the result that the price went H-SB Helen McCallum  again   with Edward. IV to     two-  .,-tion of-the high iprices hkelyto be  obtained   for good views of t   he  procession the occupier of a   house  in.    James Street     has   let it     to  -.. a, wealthy American who has con-  -trdeUU   to  pay $5,000  tor the  daj-  .len   thousand, to       twenty-five   aeu<    thousand dollars are being asked .pence which was the standard price  for the season for houses round a- untji Henry VII., when it was a  bout Grosvenor Square. In Bel- W}l0le ;groa,t. At Queen . ' .Elioza-  gravia the prices range from $2,508  .bethte   Coronation   was Aa ..tester,  ��������� ��������� to  $5,000 and $5,500  for the larger   or sixpence; at James ,I:'s' av.'shill  , houses while in Hyde Park district   .;ng and was advanced to'Ahalf ,   a  including .Bayisw.'aJ^er and Ken- crown at the coronation of _..Chas.  aingtcn the rents are lanything n. an dJames II. At that of King  from $/2,500 to $'3,000 and similar W'illiam and Mary,it was a crown  are Jpeingasked for flats. and  at George IPs a   guinea, in-  ������������������ Iii? the'opinion of one well-known  creasing   slightly  with 'each   suc-  ��������� ' agenfc>theee prices .'aire altogether  cessive reign until that of George  ��������� t'oo-'eicesBive; and instead of good IV.  .'business   being  done there  is  the  likelihood, of a   slump in house-let-  ��������� ting unless there is moderation in  the re'hts.-asked.   "Fancy rents" he  '���������"'���������said,  "will keep prospective  ten-  ants-'to hotels, or.keep them out of  'London   altogether.   And.I  might  mention that the aupply of houses  io, oe iet exceeds the demand."  ���������Referring to coronations of the  i\I ss   Steed.  Song, "The Dolly's Lullaby," by  Miss Jean Alanson, Miss Ella Shep-  pard and Miss Irene Edson.  Piano   Duet,  "Reveille" iby  Miss  pox,   is  of a   very  mild  type.'  '���������Over a week ago a man ,in  the Windsor Hotel" "Who fell ill was'  removed to the Royal Columbian  Hospital. His oi'se was subsequent  ly diagnosed as smallpox. He was  removed to the .isolation hospital  and the Royal Columhian Hospital  Piano Duet, '"Gaiety" by Miss Ei- Ayas   quarantined.   On Sunday an  la Sheppard and (Miss Steed. other case of ismallpox was found  Piano  Solo, "The PlOAver Song" in the Windsor .Hotel as a   result  by Mis Ethel Walters,' of /which  that  hostelry  was  also  ��������� Action Song, "Ten Little Pump- placed   under quarantine.     There  kins"                                                    , are now eighteen cases in the Iso-  ' Piano Solo,:.'.'Santa Claus Guards lation Hospital, none of which are  March" by Miss .Gwen Sumner. considered serious.  '  Duet,   "Lullaby"  by  iMiss   Mag- physicians   in the city advocate  Acknowledges Receipt  towards the .alteration fund of St.  Matthews church, Abbotsford, making a total of $46.00 handed in by  past, it is'interesting to note that j^ri chibnall. There is a-sum of  Avhereas. seats and irooms at the $18.00 to square expenses of im-  " Coronation of Queen Victoria and provement and Mr. Chibnall is im-  K;ng Edward brought x anything powered to reo'eiiive the already  $J0U to $2,500 in the very early promised subscriptions as ulso any  aays seats could )be had i'or a fresh ones,, and hopes they will be  farthing.        The earliest records ii  handed in asiaoonas possible.  The Rev. Mr. Yates wished to ac  knowledges receipt of collections  by  Mr. Charles Chibnall  of $21.00  M.nuet and Trio, Rondo.  Solo,  Impromptu  in A  flat,Miss  gie     Nelson and Miss A. Steede.  Piano Solo, "The Robin's Lullaby" by Miss Jean Alanson.  Piano Trio, "The (Golden Wedding" by the Misses Nelson and Miss  urjce   Kennedy.  Violin Obhgato, Mr. Kennedy.  Piano Solo, "The Joyful Peasant"  by Miss Mabel Nelson.  Action Song, 'Old King Cole."'  Toy   Symphony  !.'Ln   C,   Allegro,  Mable Nelson.  ���������6ong,   "Daddy,"   Mrs.   Clark.  Song, "Best of All," .by Mr. E. A.  Barrett.  Violin, Solo, "Are Ye Right Michael,"Mr. Winson.  Song, "The -Dear Home Songs,''  by Mrs. Mclnnes     :  general vaccination, however, as a  guard against this disease, and  already large numbers .of citizens  ha\:e   been  inoculated.  "Dr. Fagan speaking to a representative of the .British Columbian this morning, stated that  he was very well satisfied with the  manner in which the civile .authorities are treating the small pox  cases in the city. He said they  ' vere doing all .in their power to  prevent the spread of the disease  and were dealing with the situation   in   a   most  intelligent   man-  Quartette, "Sweet .and Low," by  Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Mslnnes, tMr. Barret and Mr. Langley.  The concert closed with the singing of "God (Save The King."  had niade.. during? their^istay:? Kere;/:  The. election of-ti6f)fJcer������:''!wepe;,'aEai-:-''  follows;  ';'".���������       " \' ,,.-      ;i '';'. i,  -��������� The people's.,warden���������H. Alanson. ��������� ���������  The rectors 'warden���������J. TP. Boyd.  Se.c-Treas.'��������� Mr. J. JP. 'Boy3. \ i  Tbe delegates to the synod were  Messrs C. Hill-tout, snr., E: A. Bar-.  rett  and Cyril Harrop. ���������  The sidesT&len wer*e,Mes-re. C.H 11  Tout, W. Davenport, J. E, Parton  and J. H. Bateman.  REGULATIONS REGARDINO  NURSERY STOCK.  The attention of all persons importing nursery stock into, Canada  .s directed to the regulations contained in "The Destructive Insect-  and Pest Act," which may be'-ah-  tained on a-pplicationto the depart  ment   of  Agriculture,  Ottawa.  The following conditions ehould  be noted as they govern the conditions under which"nursery stack  may   be aidjniitted. K ���������  "5. All persons imorting. nursery  stock Into Canada shall give notice -  to the Minister of Agriculture with  in five days of despatching order  for the same, .and they shall again  notify the Minister on' the arrival  of. the shipment in Canada." ���������. -  "Notice lahall also <be given ot the  Minister 'by all transportation com-.,  panies, Custom House brokers and  other persons importingor bringing nursery stock into Canada, immediately such a consignment is  received by them. Such notice is  to include the name of the consignor and the consignee, the points of  origin and destination, the name of  x^he company carrying the nursery  stock as well as the nature, quality  and Origin of isame."   .".  "6. European nursery stock, aud  such other imported vegetation or  vegetable matter as the Minister  may determine, entering jJauaia  may be allowed to proceeed and  shall be inspected at the point of  destination, but must not oc. unpacked except in the presence ol  un inspector."  x.            .(- -.rrv.^rr.,..^-^^^-^^^.^^^^^^^  *i*E A^OT^PORI), t>OST,     "AttBOTSFCtitb. ������. &  rrnr^r,;  -'r-vr^i-^. -  I  ��������� w  MB AJMOT8VOWD .PO0T v.,tl,���������   ���������-,, ...        ,  Nature did everything .she could  ������W   r^L^ th'   *���������*"  b������th in &00&raPhical relation and  SEESZSSQ  2SS0BmHH3JSwIXK55������l5������aS5=3aH^  3SBS  "Tr-Tamrri  -���������"���������"���������'���������'  .TFittliMitftil1! nix Ov&t$������4ny. *   i   ��������� .     . ���������-  M~l *.*<*���������* to the W-   m   ra,Cml  k-'n8h,P������ t0 makd th*  tWO  ~ ~   " ������sd ������tt������. -���������ndtna ai*--.peoples   one   people, commercially  'at least; hut passion, prejudice and  THE PISH LIARS, TOO.  A wise old owl eat on an oak, '  He fished all day but never spoke,  The less he spoke���������he figured out,  The more he caught of specled trout  selfishness have succeeded only too   But hear that wise old owl next day  A4v*rttft4nflr, Atktoa mii<ta kno*.    *n up-  pMv&ttotK ���������     _ - , .       _���������  ' "MMM.& AWVEsariatNO���������u centa par  well in their Jell and evil work   of  Tell of the ones that got away  rr^sr^ru'v."u::������r ^^.������������������������>���������������������������com. **!.,<* ������,*^ tu. ,*������ oU  Ovor ttmltOttofl^   CTg&ttwr, for aor Affln'  B J. GERNAEY  letail Saddler and  FRIDAY.    APRIL 21     1911  RWB^iwtiaiii'uiii^'juaM'.uisi^:*--!  mercially.   ' b-rd)  Such is the'.situation of the Am- Why do fish liars exist? It is  encan and Canadian/peoples. Hum- time that somebody tried to ans-  orous, is it not?- And tragic too f>w^r the question, but it-is indeed  Humorous that the hard common doubtful if it can' be .answered sat-  sense, the mutual heeds of the peo- lsfactorily. Any lover of the rod  pie of the two countries should not and line who has bravely withstood  At a recent meeting of the Board raze the undivicVng'-wall that un- the istings of iblack-flies and mos-  of Trade the question of better and   natUI*al   f0rceS  have .builded   bet-  quitoes,   or has patiently  allowed  ween     them.   And     tragic     t,hat   a' broiling isun to peel the bridge  these   sinister influences     Avorked   of IlLs nose the while he fished and  ���������heir   will to destroy this.brother   hoped, knows hoAV easy it is to ex ....  hood  of blood and  interests. ta.*ggerate.   That   is   why  he      has  Let us have a friendly talk ar such Put^nce with.Jones and with  bout how all this came about. But Smith when they recount their won  first let us good-naturedly ask der*ul morning's catch and tell of  ourselves thi.s question; Is it not tne monsters that got away.That  better for both of     us���������Canadians   hti h'-111861* speaks anything but the  ness  Harness Saddlery Hardware  ���������Trunks" and Valises  of Trade the question of better and  sufficient fire protection waB discussed and a committee was appointed to, take, the matter up and  bring in a report tot the next  meeting.: We understand that the  committee has been busy and Avill  submit ������a   report .at the nextmee*.  P. O, Box 45  Abbotsford, B. C.  ��������� are not supposed to know anything   ,���������iM%   ��������� ,,    ���������   ���������       -���������       af.n   , ��������� .       .. .        ���������. ,  ��������� * e With one another? Why, - then Stlll������ he lfl tlulte as great a fish  about what the report contains make it har .dfor one another, when liar> a9 y������u 6r m* or anybody else  but we will .say this thait ,if the we really want to make it easy and" who ha8 had excitement's big mag-  proposed (scheme is carried out the when Ave can make it easy? We nifying glass thrust between our  was  it should be that Abbotsford want   tb  trade  wilth   one  another fltarJn.g optics and the battling fish  will be in *   good position to   fight ?������������������/������������������������h for usto.make it dlffi- at ������������ end ������f the Une'  *        ���������               ���������       '    '��������� cuIt to do the. very thing we wan^      *  -have   heard  noted   fish   liars,  any  fire that taught occur, in the to do!   Both of ois understand   we" ^^aordinary  fish liars and  ord-  to**n. need one another's (products^ Why,  inary   'Ish-liarB  talk  and I   have  Ab.hotaford   needs   fifre  protect- then, not exchange them freely?      proven.to ,my own personal satis-  . ion and almost any scheme backed Does it not 'appear to you that  by the people would made the town this is ^ situation?  more safe than at the present time . Tw? *ei8M>ora living in adjoin-  .. 4. . .   :        . '.. inS yards have to do business with  but from what wve hear we believe   OTw������   ^.^^ Q��������� , ������  one   another every  day., Put      it  the people will ,be satisfied and en-  still stronger, to teake the analogy  dorse the comhuiittee. more   perfect, and way that these  two  neighbors are blood brothers  Yet these neighbors -and brothers  ���������     ���������    i-..:,.,     .   " ..      So to work -and .build a.   high wall  We .quote the following from the   *eparatillg   their   adj0|ining yards.  LIVERY AND FEED STABLE  Having purchased the business of Mr.  .. W.  Lyle,  lam prepared to give the  best of   satisfaction as to prices  and  comfortable rigs.     .Stables open day  ,   night to do business.  We solicit your patronge.  J. E. GEARY, pROP.  igoa   ooo   pen of Ex-Senator Beveridge, and _put broken glass and sharp spikes v ^ ���������lZ !  fv.,%;i������ ������������* .a-.-h,, ������j������������������.*i��������������� :������ ������a.V   ~~ 4- ,-ij. * Bible-that  faction that in every case the  story-teller believes he is telling  the'straight truth.  I have heardmen of unquestion  ed' veracity in other respects, tell  whoppers   as   'Innocently .ais I,  would, tell an ordinary fish lierand  in every caae I have tried to be  true to the 'brotherhood. Being true  to the brotherhood ineans looking  the story teller directly in thr  eye and showing in every way pos-  'while not exactly educative is most on top of it.  interesting.   He  states  the     only Then when one-want ssomething  difference, between, a,,  protective from   the  other, that   thing must  and, obstructive wall dividing  you ������������������believe, him. If you  can   get excited and  fall out   ot  your boat 'just when heis. describ-      v.^ u*n,T~A " it      ,       r   ���������"   W how his hat'chanced to fall in-  the- lit absurd wall-. to  the lua,ge,s mQuth at ye  political unity of the United States ^f**?, ^ S" ^   mom*nt he had 'the b^ 'ellow al-  , ther, his wile/and children can pass  ���������w,uf i���������U^/i-!+ ���������,in ������ ii  and    a    .protective wall between through  the  wall, without feelintf'?     *w ^ ,will .fully convince  ^      a        a 4.u    tt  -4. j  ot. 4.       ��������� .        .i.    ^J - W"UUUL ^eiing ^im that you understand   and svm  Canada and the United States   is or  seeing  it.   D{id -any   writer  of  pa this* with him  '!the fact of-the political unity of  comic  opera ever imagine and ar-   -     T* ���������-n    i ,.  th. United State, tadCT 0ne ���������,g. .. ^j������������>������������ T" ^"^  tJL^Z^Z   tahe'd ^Z  II we cannot take the wall down ..  Around that one.word "flag" ia   an at once^ cannot we begin     to   3������urs!e .'  woven the whole istory that to-day   lower it?   If we find that lowering      *?������W   the"  *?**.: what  ^ ifc  that  ���������4. ������������������ ������    a <���������     u 4.L    . i      '.makes   good  honest, uprieht men  enables   the-people of Canada to  ������t xs good for both of us we can ow ^   ]ia^g?        ^      ^J��������� ���������  call themselves Britishers and those   er lt Btill more; and if we find this ,.     u QT [ou��������� ^      ���������  ,  .,     ��������� 14  ,��������� process still good for us we can do ,.      ���������  ..   ,,       ,,  ,   .,     F      ujfwi.  of  the United States to call .them  away MUvthe wall altogether.        ^that's  what  it  ta.   I   believe  selves Americans.    Canada and the      If on the ..contrary we two peo-        ��������� I ^}T\   u      T*���������*mhev cor  United  States .were once one, but   pies .'find'.that  it   is  not   for. our   Zt/d ftnnf fl ^\ ?v   1 ^  .. ,.  :,;..  j   ���������.-\-'      ���������.     , .. pound trout that up to the inoment  it. was the people of the States who  mutual'advantage to lower it we  he   ^^j;        ��������� T   knew  couldn,fc  cho-e .their own flag, after a fight   can, put .back-on the wall the few  p^sibly..be,more* than five inches  with,the mother country, and     by   1������^ *thatc^e hf*Ve    aken     ������lt  inches lone,.take on enormous pro-  There can be no danger, you see;  -n^rHn-ks    +^   ^.rJ^^i-- u��������� 1 ��������� i_   i  the^Adisloyalty   drove   our  ,ore-   and  thei.e proba,ly will le much  ^^JS^^^  fathers to Canada where they and  good, the shallow waters.   And the more  their descendants have lived and      DoeS  lt not appear to you that  I   thought (about that "fish the big  .jfought -under -the British flag.        'there  is  everything to  be gained  ger he became.    ���������<  A By' war tactics have .the Ameri- aad n������Tth:ng t0ube l0st .by' tMs pr������"      l   know ?^ngler, a clergyman,  ��������������������������������� ���������.t.4 ������. > -- a ��������� Ce8S?   Is not the experiment worth "too, by the, way, whose mind is so  cans tried to annex Canada;   and *-v..;���������'������<> "���������*       ������������������iri  4.^ u-       .-  .,-   ���������    ' ;-��������� A, tr>mgf open  to hypnotic (suggestion that      x  now that We have prospered   do      Suppose   we   never  had   built  a  he  finds it necessary to recite hs     V  they.,wish  to .hold, out   a   bogus tariff wall between Canada and our   next  Sunday'u sermon when  lug-     v  proposiltiqn\ of jecbnpmics   for   us 9eives; and suppose that now, for  giiig   his   day's  catch   home. . $  to accept :in: order :,to^ exploit Can-  ^e /irst time, any politicalparty  in either country were to propose  to' erect .such a harrier. What do  you think of-the fate of isuch     a  ��������� -hil.   -"   ���������-   -���������������������������--:    -1.---J    ���������,     <���������;   ���������: political   party   would ibe   at  the  4   There* are over���������hundredmillion  ������   ���������-,      . . f     \    ' '  ��������� ^,r;Vvii'. -a, ��������� n : 1a- - ���������������������������a- ai.    tt -4. j   hands of the voters of either coun-  people >n Canada-and the United   t   ,9  ��������� Stated' :'i:-'ThPBft-:-pfe'6ple"'     maiinly    **:        .    ...       ��������� '      . '  J      If- no .tar.ff wall ever had     t^een  thrown ,u.p between us  and     our  neighbors   and  brothers  on      the  INSURANCE LOANS  Abbotsford Homesites  If you are looking for a home  or snappy investments  in town lots, acre-      )  age or farm  property  -/' see '.,  The Pioneer Real Estate Broker of Abbotsford  i C.A. s  % P.O. Box 58  m , Phone Central  Telegram-Sumner, Abbotsford, B. C.  ���������>  ftda for the financial benefit of the"  UniitecfLS&tefl.i:"���������-'���������'*":-- ���������"���������'���������'���������  '���������{.'.Si,  ��������� Stated' >������-- These  spring- from -   a.   cohimori     stock.  :     They   speak- the-same   language,  hav������ the ������������������aaime' religion, live under  :   the 4same ^hstiitutlipns -   inheriited  from the same "source.* Their manners of life fare identical.   Their industrial', methods  )aire       uniform.  They have a   single standard     of  .living...    ,'.v/." ,-   :''.'!,.'.'.',"���������  '.���������...'Vet  aa.'wtificiai,,political bound  .. ary line fleiparates 'them���������and this  cannot   now be helped.   Conaider  .   that permanent.   But'along and up  ���������'   on   this  intangible  boundary  lin^  a   tariff barricade has been thrown  up as a   tangible and obstructive  as any barricade ever piled up in  I have his word for it that on  two occasions hemagnified the fisn  on his string, to. that extent that  he had to summon" assistance in order to haye them carried to his  douuciie. Alter that he too*  to  the "horse and huggy  Wherever you find the most anglers there you will find the most  fish liars, wherever the most   ex  ) AcTi  1 mile from Abbotsford,  Good house and barn.  10 acres cleared.  north, the proposition to construct       ,    an$lera there the most expert  one now would appear to all of our   wLi"8'    ^liJSlonApOBseasea BOmc  people   exactly  like  proposing  to  7hV^������^r  ?,f3   a. number>   wh.te  j    ��������� i 6 there Is another citv  bv the riv*������*-  divide our own country into hos-  bide hfls .   ���������*.* T,, y ,Dy llxe "vex  -e   tariff actions ; ,and,     indeed, J $* L I     x     , ^ ������f lhem  strictly frbm.anfeconomc point o -JI who?'^^"0��������� the latter  view, the two .propositions are pre To     ^  ������ J������������neyed ^ the Fraser  cisely  the same. Absolutely   the Zl when ? 1 ��������� ^   to^-nMth"  only   difference  between  hiding ^ ^^^^^^w  ^  sections of our own country in the u,���������   , .���������          .'       '                 w     a  ^ ������,,��������� the raet or ������^���������Iiti! S? ,S**^  and when told that -.that was nothing new and a   common1 occurence  .,.,,.. __���������_ he added "But that was not all my  All. "severity that does not tend ?,oy' VVhen be was-,through iwith  the streets of Paris in the time of to increase good or prevail evil is th% sharPening the fellow.(had" the  the Commune; and this can be rem   -die. audacity  to bite my (line off high  edied���������we can begin ito remedy it-    An idle man is like stagnant vva-  al?pv/e the h_,ook Just-/to shoW me  now. , .v  .    t  ;  ,  .   ,      ter; he corrupts himself. ^ ^ood 1^lie^niade of  ���������!���������  Here is a chance to  double  Your money at present prices  cal unity of the United .States un-  uer  one ;flag,  ������������������ooo-  ~   ���������   v  v  '&  $>  m  V 5-' 1  rv " 1  hi ' ' A  #Bti5 ABBOTSFORD kOSt, ABB&.SF0&1), & C.  r^rae  ���������!������������������*'-, ^.'"I'lLL"  k*J  Phoenix Assurance Co. of London, England  Liverpool, London & Globe^ of Liverpool, Eng.  British American Assurance Co., of Toronto.  SEE SUMNE]  For your Insurance.     Fire time is coming along.  L  M~kw.������.^ **f<fWi..tnV4iy  i������fm*\*.'  SEE  *.���������<*������������������������������ i���������ii y^a* y  =53CS  A.    V   JLi  SrffMMWHIMtHWMMM'll'TVim!  HWHimmviagnigmKaw  J   MCELROY & Co.  LIQUORS,   WINES  AND    CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  Cor. Essendene Ave. and Oscar St./  CITY  9<n>:  2~  aaea  [|rftirri?.T7-,lf',i  ABBOTSFORD  ^ase������  ABBOTSFORD, B. C  Strictly first-class in every respect.    The bar is  stocked with the best oi wines, liquor" and cigars, ���������  V* ���������  RATES,   $1.50, TO  $2.00  PER   DAY  H. FREEMAN,  eaaaac ,,.)'.*.j  1 ... ui.  za  PROPRIETOR  . ,.<,..���������   i,���������Tp-,....,..', ,>ga������a  1 BUTCHEF? .  Pork, Mutton, ?teef, Veal, Pork Sausages,   Weinies  and Balogna always on hand.     Fish every Thursday  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  full  particulars,   first  letter.   "  ���������    w..���������-���������������������������   11   ������-. ���������      - -  ��������� ���������*���������-'��������� ��������������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������-- ������������������  ��������� ���������      -   CANADA'S  Greatest Nurseries  Want   a   fc-epresen.tative      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 oil*  establishment.  Our firm's name lends prestige  to our representatives.  Complete line of .Nursery SStocfc  for SSpring 1911.  Write  for  full particulars.  STONE & WELLINGTON  The Fonthill Nurseries.  Eye Sight Specalist  Manufacturing Optician  Doea the Finest  Optical   Work.  Medical men and others   pay tribute to his skill.  793 Granvill* St. ��������� -        .Yancou.cr  HARRON BROS.  Maimers and Funeral Directors  Vancouver, Office  and  chapel   1M4 Granville* St.,     Phone 3486  Ke-pWa Vancouver,        Office     and  ���������   chapel������������������116 2nd st. Phone 134  CHURCH  SERVIGES  Presbyterian . Church���������Rev.   J.   L.  Campbell, B. A., B.-D. paBtor.  Abbotsford, 1] a.m. asd 7:30 p.m.  Upper Sumtts, May.2S, and every  alternate Sunday, at, 3 p.m..   ..  C. B��������� Wednesday at i p.nii  Sunday School at 3 p. aa.  Sunday  School levery Sunday at  "   Presbyterian    Church���������Rev.   j_   c.  Alder.  Glenmore, "11 a.m.  *"   ��������� T..->hmnn, 2,-30 p.m.    ���������  Pine Grove, 8.p.hT.  At Musselwaite u&ehool House-  Service  every alternate Sunday  at 3 p.m  PLEASE NOTICE  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 &   3LACKSMITHING  We hope by strict attention to business to obtain a share of your patronage  TRAGEDY OP THE   LIGHTHOUSE   flicker  going. He thought it wafc  W'(th< the, death of   Leroy  , C.   the last time, he could ever mount  Sunday"��������� school fcvery Sunday at Lou&hboroueh'   th*   fdfnal  t������������edy the   ata'frs.   It .proved  the Jucky ���������  o. pm touch   was   given  to   one  of the light for him,-for the small sloop  At Huntingdon School House��������� in0iit   l>athettc ;and ������xtraordinary Teciunseh came well in shore     on  Service  at every alternate Sunday Uffbthouse    dramas    ever enacted a   tack and flaw there was   some-  : at  3 p.m.  S.  S. every Sundayat 2;30 p.m.  CHURCH     OP     BNQLAND-ST.  JVIATTHiiW^-Rev;  C.   F.   Yates,  Ccar-pro-bem.  on   the  Atlantite    coast   or   any-   thing wrong.'  where else. 'Ihe   captain reported the  matter  Young .Loughborough died at as soon as he struck New London,  the home of hit father, near Pi, Conn..and Asst. 8upt J, H. Hay-  Judith,   R.   I.,  wasted  to  a.ohel-   wood, boarded the U.   S.   S. Pauey  sumtion   anc* went *������  Green ledge as   soon  Aubotsford Services every Sunday   ������ton ty" the ravages of consumtion   ������*������"������������������������������ ��������������������� "s,=" ***  ai 11 a.m. and 7.30 fr ms and other.diseases all of which had   asm^a��������� could take him th-re.  Holy Communion every alternate   their inception during his vigil on  Sunday. 1 th  S.  School wveiw Sunday at  2.30.  L'iioir practice, Wednesday at 8  There was a   little red speck of  ... , j      ,.  u   .���������,        ,    : light in the* tower, just a   glimmer  \A.  Greens ledge light, where he ,,'...,    i       , ..  ���������  .        , . ���������������������������������,!��������� ������i^������������������ ������������������������ ���������i    smouldering in the broad sunshine  was forced to rem/ain alone for el-   _, ,       ...        ,        ,  i    ���������      .,, "..4,,     ,    ,, .   The  exterior showed no signs of  even  days  with little  food     and.   ,,,      _       .      -   .        , P.   ,  life.   Jumping   aboard , a     ffende:*  Haywood made his quick passage  to the light /and within was a sight  little or.no .fresh water.  Loughborough's.   only    compan-  ABBOTSFGRB  POSTOFFICE  Oflice hours iroui 6 a. m. to 7 p. m.  Mall for Feardonville every Tuesday  ttad Saturday, 1 p. m-.  BUSINESS   DIRECTORY   OF  ABBOTSFORD.  General' Stores ���������  Authler Brr/a.  E. , Brooke  Hotels���������  Abbotsford Hotel; H. Freeman. Prop,  borough   had  received.  ion was his dog-and the foodwa*   he   wiU  never ,,f0rget. Young  .shared to the Jast crumb with the  Loughborough lay ,ait- ^ ,po8tof  annual, teven half of the. last stew   duty by fte ^ of the horn  of   meat   .and   vegetables   being engineg unc0nsbioug and 2lpparent  given   the^dog   for his breakfast   Jy   w-th   fche   ,Mt   bpMth   pagfl.  on the ninth day.          . from  him.   The^ faithful f dog    was'.  It was on March-the 1 a year ago burled up by his side.   No food was  that, Jighthouse-keeper John . M. /ound in the lighthouse and there:  Kirkson lei4: young Loughborough waa n0 jfuei                        ^       '  -  in charge of the light and went to^    When   Loughborough   was     re-  the   Connecticut    shore,    landing vlved fl0mewhat he w,aa taken from  near. South    Nowalk.   ,     Kirksou the ughthouse and removed to his  took.the only iskiff extender there fatheris  home-   Por the full   year  was >at the lighthouse and he alsc he   hdd  tonght courageously    but  took     the    last    paycheck     from unguccessflally  to ,get h;8      healt'h  Uncle Sam    which young   Lough- ^^  Kirkson  Commercial, "McElroy & Co.,  ,  Real   Estate���������  J. W. McGallum. ...  C. A. Sumner & .Co.     ���������--"-.    -  .    Bernau   & .Husband, t  ���������    J.   J.   McPhee,   ���������"-  Auction������ers-7- "*'  J.  W. MoCallum  FEED STORE���������    '  x   J.   J.   Sparrow.   "���������*'���������'  Croam'ery��������� " t   -  ,     S.   J.  Bates,  Proprietor.  Hardware and  Furniture���������  H.   Alanson.  Butchers���������    '"  A. M. King.  ' _  Livery Stable���������  J.  E. Geary, Proprietor.  Baker anef Confectioner���������.  ' L. Legece. .'���������,.,'  RESTAURANT���������  SoKPad' Andersen.  Shoemakers���������  M. Hauser.'  Board of Trade���������  J. W. MoSallum; Sscretary.  Blacksmith��������� ^    <  iS tan ley. AUsneau.  8arber and Pool Room-  Jos. Sanderson.'  (5. Isenor.  Tobacco and Naveltles���������  J. V. Means.  .Doctor��������� .,  t. a. swift.   *     ;'r '  SADDL3RY. and  k'ArDWARE���������  B. J. 6-ernaey.  MERCHANT TAILOR:  T. C. Cooffan. ���������       ,  SCRVEYORS  ilenctersoja   and  Taylor.  ABBOTSFORD DRUG STGRH.  MUSIC TBACHBR-  Miss Alk������ Steed.  CONNTRACTOR  & BCJILJ-  R���������������������������  A.  Everett. ���������  '>**^#***������^^*^^**#^#*������������**������<>l  THE CHICKEN ROOST  eeface  ������������������<  1 1  1 1  TORONTO,  Ontario  ABBOTSFORD.  BAKER  Bread, Buns, Kisses,  Cream Fiiffs  Wedding Cake a Specialty  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  was  to cash this  for Lough borough,  and was 'also     to     secure  provisions, for'the istOck was get-    ' Here  is a hint oh curing gaipes.  .ting. low. at ("the* lighthouse. Kirk-   j^ a00n. as you see a  young.chick'  ,    son   departed  with the-    promise   en  gaping/put it Into  a   basket,  .that-   he   would   return   ii^ & few   and. cover the ha/sket with a cloth  hours; '       "     -- ������        Now, either smoke strong, tobacco  For.some unknown'reason     he  yourself or get someone that that  never came back \to Greens ledge.      does, ^and have the smoke blown in  When   ni&ht came    on > Lough- .to  the basket.   The result wUl be  , borough   lighted  up, Started    the   that the chicken will cough, up the  fires, attended "to the signals and   the gape worms in a   few minutes  kept    watch    on   the waters   for   You must smoke the chicken until  'Kirkson   to    appear    out  of    the   y������u  can fiardly eee it for smoke .  gloom.   Davs   went hy jaaid there   Do not leave ft to������ lonS in ������> the  was no sign .of the missing   keep-   amoke or Lt w111 suffocate.   ! Scat  er      Loughborough' was .forced to   ter air-alacked lime about the hen-  remain on the'light .and-'fog shut   ll0use and Put 'a   Pief,e of camphor  in   for nearly four  days,    during" the'size, of,a   pea, in their drinking  which   tim* -  Loughborough's  ad-   ^ter    Thousands   of cures  have  ditional  duty of keeping fog sig-   b������n made thlS wa^ say3 an 8X".  nals going was' fast wearing   up- J)cr '  on;h:m. . . When   newly  hatched      chicken  The fog signals tfere, operated ^ thoroughly dry it should be re-  with two oil iemgjnes and they had moyed from under the hen> n  to tse constantly teuppbed, and to glvea her fl chance to cover the  do this Loughborough was forced other egg8> andiit giveg morer60m  to keep on 'the alert for hiost of for the late co-merg> Aiways pr0.  72 hours, while -the " fog banks yid? a warm basket and a* piece  covered Long Island Sound. The of flannel> tranfer the chicks into  light was kept burning nfght and baaket and put the basket 'near  day in the hope that some one atoVe. A careful hen is quite ������a.fe  would see there wa? something if left undisturbed, but a clumsy  amiss,.but ships .and steamers and j^q wm till them if she gets too  oyster boats and coal tows went many under her. When all. are  up and down ithe sound and no hatched carefully put. back the  helping hand oaane to the light- ciuckena, after removing all old  house. l shells.   It  pays to give a"     little  A   barrel   fire  built I'.outsjde the attention to these detailav     '���������'''  lighthouse and all (sorts of distress   .':.-..-.���������  signals were flet.out from the top     Young chickens require rio food  of the structure, but they availed  ior ihe first 24 hours.   Feed a   dry  nothing. 1.' .1      chick food composed of canary mill  Loughborough and hi* dog suf-  ^>  coarae oatmeal, crcked  wheat  fered keenly     when   the remnant   groats and cracked corn. But for  of food got down so low that on-   firat   f*ed   or  two  just  a   coarse  ly half rations were available. ..     oatmeal.    Do not give hard boiled  . It seemed almost "tun  incredible   *gS nor anJ' *<>" food.       Bowel  atory told hy the heroic    L.ough-   trouble  is hardly ever known in  borough that within Bight of land  chickens fed on hard, dry feed.  and   with   vessels moving   paat at     Always give plenty of fresh wa-  all tunes of the day and night   he   ter to a11 poultry, either chickens  should be starving to death on a  or manure stock.  ��������� _���������~ooo ���������  WORDS OF WISDOM.  lighthous'e.  At   times  the  light   was  ahnolst  extinguished,     for   Loughborough.     K,  ��������� ��������� ���������    , ,  I  became weak and helpless and he  , ^������. m" 8 ^ork is a   failure vn  *&:__, i-.j   .';., __-.Au   ...^.,lcss he himself is a   failure.   .';'"' a  contracted a severe cold which  settled upon his ilungs. Thus disabled' he found 'it almost impos-  Wealth is a   very good servapf a  very   bad mibtress.���������Bacon.  sible to mount the atairs: to light:     Apologies   only account forth^t  up,   but he jnanaged  to  get      a;   wbich they do not alter.  (0\ ,**"  Fotte  teR ABBbtSFORD POST,     . ABB6TSFORD, B. C.  5 per ct. Discount  A Carload of Carriages Jast Arriqed.  < ��������� <  A nice little cart' with room for two  for ��������� ���������  .$35  .AI   Top   Buggies,   leather   trimmed,  for x$ 105   ,  First-class Market Wagons, two seats,  for  $110  These prices are right for such goods and you  should call' and inspect before purchasing elsewhere  ,ca^^yi^BiqffWFy������������gl*^^  When You, are Trying the New  Electric Road Call on Us  Singer Sewing Machines,    Victor Gramophones,  ���������    Edison Phonographs, and all the latest Records  "always in stock.   Largest collection of Records  in the Province. i  WATCH ABBOTSFORD GROW  Born,-rTo  Mr. and Mrs.  Walter  Wells on the 16th iiist, .a :baby girl  ���������.������   6'-- .'j���������  Mrs. H. -T. Thrift and daughter of  White/Rock'.'spent ia   few days,v?a.  iting  friends in Abbotsford, while  here  they were the .uqests of' (Mr.  and Mrs. John McMenemy.   '  'Miss  Crawford. ahd^'her brother  Dr.   Crawibrd'A.'frcim".''  Vancouver,  spent   Easter,.with  Mr. - and  Mrs.  Elliott.' "     ..<;' ,-���������/::/;.. ";   , .. ,,  Mrs. Griffiths is honiie on a visit  to her parents 'Mr: and Mrs.' Gazley  Mrs. Sheppard .and Miss Bell' Elliot who have 'been visiting, their  parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Elliott  returned to Vancouver Wednesday  Mr. Kerr returned .from Hope, on  Wednesday evening.  ..-,.      ...  ,   ��������� ;, '���������' "j, ������������������  ' Mr. .F. J. Boydjtipent Wednesday  ' in   Vancouver. ���������. ��������� -  Mr. Caldwell'met With .a painful  accident at the'"'Abbotsford mill on  Friday of last week, losing the  fingers of his right hand.  Mr. B. J. Gernaey _pent the Easter holidays with"friends in New  Westminster. He has been smiliing  ever   since."  -o   _Every  inate to  /other  quality  is   subovd-  and' inferior .to "wisdom  ���������o--  ',    NOTE,THESE PRICES , .  Victor No. 1, $31,   Victor Jo. 2, $42.  Victor No. 3, $50, Victor Jo. 4, $83  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 seejus when you are in town.  Miss. Yering'of Vancouver spent  few , days .with ,Mr;s. .(Dr.) Swift.  ,  ,.    ' ��������� rO���������������������������***-  ���������   '.   ��������� .       .    .n.--'"\     ; .":."���������   --���������. .,    .  .  ���������Mr. and.Mrs. Anderson,of Vancou  apent a .few.days .visiting Mr An-  dersor's. ;sister Mrs. Harry Eby.  Mrs. W. H..Smith spent the Easter holidays in Everett, Wash., the  guest of her friend ;Mrs. Sherwood  formerly of Abbotsford. v  Messrs.' Vogeli'Wlr' H. Olark and  Messrs McKertzie' "and McDairmid  all of^Vaiicdtiver -were:in Abbotsford thia'-'week looking for land.  ^oawwatffli^  0  BY THE  <r-\-<  :Rlii������0-  Mr.  & Co.,,  J. H. TODD'S  Music House  '    419 Columbia Street, New.Westminster,.B. C.     ,.  Mr. Perry of Sumas, Wash., was a  visitor with the I. O. G. T. ." ou  Wednesday   evehing. '   ooo   Ltric  SOCIAL AND PERSONAL  Messrs Parton and Langley are  working on Mr. Alder's house.  Mrs. Harry Freeman is visiting friends in Westminster this  week.   ooo   Dr. Swift is busy these days taking lessons" on running his new au-  toinobile.  Mr. Jack Anderson has his automobile home, again. It looks very  fine���������almost new.  ���������FOR'  SALE���������Thoroughbred   Jersey Calves.   Pure Italian -Bees. Apply to J. tM. Milsted, Abbotsford.   ooo   , Mr. A"^ Tretheway is making excellent progress Jin. clearing his  land and is -using a donkey engine  in clearing the 'stumps off.    ���������   .  The Abbotsford Cricket Club will ^[fl8 ]3dna Boyd from Vancouver  hold a   meeting in Sumner's office ^snt  the Easter holidays at her  on  Saturday evening the 22nd at h.jme here.  8 p.m.   It is'hoped all will .attend 1._.0.   The installation of the ela  light in; the Presbyterian church  was completed by Messrs Taylor  and- Anderson.'in ime for the Easter Sunday ���������service.   .-���������'���������'    ^  These same gentlemen will also  instal the lights in the Orange.Hall  very  shortly.  _A . ���������poo : ���������  Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Yates left on  Thursday afternoon for their home  in- Golden,-ma.ny.,,ia&sjambling- at  the station tp bid theim a cheerful farewell.  Rev. Mr. Jukes will take the service next Sunday 23rd in St./Matthews'.  Charles 'Ch&nall of- Sumner  was .at the?coast this week  Mr. Victor Hulton.Harrop was in  Vancouver this,week.-  Mr. C. C. Grand,of the Steamboat  Wonder Gold Mine's is in the town  ���������selling shares.,.-The.Pacific Securities company ha.v.e, gome." six teen  claims on Steamboat and Red Moun  .tain district., TJip'-are now work-  , ing on the, tunnel, which is how in  about 40 feet. " Arrangements art-  being made to,carry in more sup- ;  work as ' fast' "as possible. '*'">'���������'  Samples of ore toe oh exhibition  at Messrs Bernard & Husband's  office,' Abbotsford. Mr. Grand  states that he is meeting \vith good  ���������success in placing the stock at 25 .  cents  a   share.  ...Messrs Grand and .Thompson of.  the Steamboat'Wonder Mines were  among  the 'first to  go in to'*'the'  Steamboat  district 'and (had     the  good fortune toVtake claims adjoin  . ing - and. adjacent to  the original  find,   which  was, .discovered   , by*  Green Walton Stevens whose stock  off   the   market  altogether.   Th,'fs:  property   of Stevens .is  off     the  market at 45 cents  Growers to contract for  Strawberries,  'Raspberries,-'"-       ��������� '"  Currants,  And all other Small Fruits  Applications should be made as early as possible to  THE  SECRETARY,  BOX 308 NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.  .���������Mr. McNeil and'family of Fort  William have taken tip their residence in Abbotsford.  . Miss Moore is in Vancouver and  Victoria on a business and pleasure  trip combined.  v There will be a   practice of the  cricket ..club  on (Monday.  Mr.  J   McRae has sold his property this week !to (Mr. S. A. Bed-  ���������'.���������uru;   Ic   .'3  reported >a - ca.sh   sale  Painting, Sign Writing,  General repair work   a  J. E. PARTON  Abbotsford        -       B. C  Good Storage Room for  Furniture.  ��������� o-  Mr.   Morley 'Spent the-     Easter  holidays with friends in,Vancouver  ^  .Matsqui Hotel Hendsrsoi S Taylor  MISSION CITY. B.C. |  (Associate   Members Can.   Soc. C/E.)  JCivil. Engineers  Mr. L. A. Muttit;student of Westminster Hall, Vancouver,. preached  Sunday at Upper 'Sumas, Mussel-  white and atStraiton, and is expect  ed >to be tat th&samR \place next  Sunday.  The Good Templars at their meet  ing on Wednesday evening elected  officers for the next quarter and  will hieet ,after this date fortnight  ly on thei'first and third Tuesdays  of teach month.  Mr.   anl   Mrs.  J.   W.   McCallum  spent  Easter with 'friends at Cloverdale. :;.  :   -ooo   . Do not forget the Abbotsford  Cricket Club masked ball .will be.  held on Thursday next the 27th inst  Grand March at 9.30 p.m. The Ins-  ley orchestra of New ^Westminster  will be in'attendance/ Tickets $1.-  each including supper. Ladies free  Costumes can b^ hired in'the. town  This is go,ingftp b ������the coming event.   Get your (tickets.  INTHE RACE FOR BUSINESS  The gentleman on the tortoise  represents the man who does not  advertise���������the one who tries to do  business as it was done in the days ii  of the tallow candle or' the oil lamp.  \  Are you in the glare of the electric light ~-in > the automobile of  Modern Methods?       ,       .  Our Want Ads. are high voltage  batteries, whether you'want light'  or power���������-business  publicity, or*/  ���������) competent help  This hotel makes a specialty of  home-like comforts for Commercial  Travellers.'. Comfortable   sitting-  room and   best  of   hotel   service  Cuisine Unexcelled.  Rates: $1.50 fo $2 per day  W. T. LOCAS, Proprietor  NOTICE  .''''���������' fex  T. J. DeLair hajs been appoinle 1  my agent during my absence, en-  tilling him to collect and 'pay .all  uills for me.  W. LYLE.  WANTS  Apply Box 58 Abbotsford B. C.  R. A. HENDERSON  B. C. LAND   SURVEYOR  Offiec, next P. O. ' P. O. Box 1 1  FOR SALE  Apply Box 58 Abbotsford, B. C.  A f'ne grand piano in excellent  condition. Price $150, i-2 cash. A  bargain. A  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  Single   light wagon.   Must      be  cheap. Ao-a^~-v~-~  A   good cow, freeh, (must be  good milker, not over $50.  ^     A   fine .saddle ihorse,-���������.quiet'  a  ride or drive. Cheap.  to  S J  1?4,  KA  JS.1  wm  V  '*mii  i8ir  ���������jfPwT.���������.  ^^T������:sa^s,'ifa*sffli?������;


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