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 it  4  at  m  '^       AUG 7. 1911        J  \ll*  irn  *grw������  SHE  "Zrr.  i.wi i   ���������"mq:  Vol.III., N������. 13.  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.,. FRIDAY,   AUGXJ.ST 4, "1911  ���������i.v  <*^1M      $1.0������ put Ym%  gTSTTBCS  Ti������   ���������������<<������.iKFBWfigS  ���������ES  33SB  3E5BSE  asaaa  aEBssaaaoBssass  33E  *  A Pretty Home Wadding   Hotel Changes Hands ;    A New Business  m  m  m  *  SUNBEA  Mr   Harry . Freeman', has - ditipps  eii  of his'interestsin the Abbots-,  ford Hotel to. Messrs J  iR. Peek-  ham: and T L. Hutton of Vancou  ver who took possession the- first - ,ion3e.-of our citizenB) 8hould;  *  *  | A good tea that continues good  #.  # is a good tea to continue to'buy jf  SUNBEAM  TEA that  A pretty home wedding was cele  ibrated at Burnside, Aldergrove,- on  Friday,   July  -28th,   at  1.30-p.  m..  )&>$ when. Elsie Teller, fthi.T.d'Maughter  \$p\  of'the la,te lMr Af F" Gqldsmith and  Sjo < Mrs   Goldsmith, was united in mar  t-P? ri^������eV*-������ 'Mr   James'O^veri of 'Ml:.'  t^o? Lehman -   -    '   ',,..V-  The wedding which was soLemn-  Js.ed by  th^ Rev  Mr. George, "of  4^<  Langley-io.ok place.Jn,the -draw-, -button arriving an ,our .little, '.town  ing room which vvas beau'ifully de-   '.they, decided, that they'could/, not  ebraled for the occasion and was   do. better than invest in .Abbots  witnessed .only. <by .the.ranmedLate   ford   and      "Watjch'  .-i  Mr . Less Murray of our tpwnhas  opened  up a   photo    gallery tni  is prepared to do ia'isfactoyy.work.  A. glance at his photos, taken, of  of the month    When these gentle  men' decided to go Into' 'the hotel  business   they  visited.smany-parts  of ,tne province to secure, a.proposition  that  had a   future to  it  .con-  rei.ai.rves   o<f  Lhecoh'ti'iajct^ng   par-' Grow.^ .A;-, conversation" witli   e  vincej'the m'bst'fastidroug.that*-!������^'?' '������������������;>.���������  artistic work and up-to-da,^^^ %'>U  ish, the. home .brew ,is, ���������sj^n.pjy'; allV-:' ;','. ���������,  right ,'as; a -pi<;.tiirie\ maker,/' f\^~'; /'y;.,v,,  ",.Mr.' Murray," although :just.'opi;;'V ,\  ening! up now as one oP't>ursetv'es'y---f.::.~.  has  been making" photos', for7jt'hej- -:.'ii  AbCtsTord"'paBt -ten year3' and Bho*i4^rt?^' :..'";������������������'���������  ly know how it ishould.nbe.doixe'.'Be-. ,���������  -/(.t.  sides  patronising one ,of'our'citl--:-  zzens you 'spend your" money'  art-  m  of a good Tea  ties    The   bride .look'.ngi;ch.a*m;ng   ther > 6������"ilie ide.w"proprietors ������������������' will  in her travelling ,suif of navy blue . jorivinc* fn what they -think -of, ^ and ., ^ g   toW3LV^^vJ^  their nevwly-adopted home   ;   -       ^ ������                     lbbotsfor4. ��������� Z.     ���������  Messrs- B^ckha^ and Hutton, in-    - ^ represeiltative  of fe^per'..;  Lend to keep up thereput|ation-of - ���������.v(  j '��������������������� --���������������������     ��������� ��������������� "     ii     ���������        *'"  ,     , ���������-��������� ���������*,���������������-������������������,. visited Mr   Murray's gallery yes-,  tend- to   keep  up  the reputation   tM-.d-v  nnH .fnntl/l>,1.-1 ���������.wi^ifcfeii  '  of   the   Abbotsford ' ,as a comfortable honie i'or the travel'.;  %*nsJ  chiffon   broaxlCiOih;,  'and' c'a'rry.ng'  a   shower, bouquet of white sweet  peas,. and  niaiden haiiv ���������- entered  the room on the arm .of her broth-  i ���������        * . i.   e'  er, Mr. A. -K. Goldsmith.   She was  ���������attended by her 'sister, Mi'ss Anna,  who   wore -a  -graceful -.g'ownj,   'of- when the.y'elop oyer in  whitq silk crepe, ,whi,le the. gropna,     ,;vlr   Freeman   who   has spent  .was   ably  supported 'by<Mr..\Ar-   number of .years in -the hotel busi-     , ,���������      ,.       ,     ���������  .   ^ ,   ������������������.     - J <-.-..  ,mo.ny   the. Ibndal, party .repaired   toretirefromthebusinessand.de-   n6un if necessaffV '"' '-*    ' '   ';  to thelawii where an informal" re-- vote his  time to some other busi-    *  would be pleased to have,., a ���������Wi,.-^'   .  INTERNATIONAL  EGG L VYING Canada^ who ha've-faens that'know  COMPETITION how. to lay that ought to be repres   0  ente-i in this eon'e.t. The climate  Arrangements, are being made to in< Connecticut Is ideal, the ther-  hold  an egg laying contest c-om-  mometert seldom goes much below  zero,  little isnow /a/nd plenty     of  sunshine,s o that a   gpod Cana Jlau  layer   should   do  just as   well  or  belter, in the competition surround  ings.   The houses 'are being   eon.-  phia.   Steps   are   being   taken   to   structed for the purpose and thSi-e   li'ay,  pair  of chairs,  enlist the services of.some of flie,;fur Wiu be ia!U new. /There are-lo      DOyiey, Mrs. Ne.wso.rn).  best equipped and;most    capable   foe 50 houses 12 x"l2,feet;!6 foot  jmencing  November" lst, 1911,-end  continuing   for   one year.  TiiO) contest is (being financed by  the North  American of Philadel-  -'eeiptioh' Was-held:" r--x -,--:.'~"y '���������>,'--������ w-.r  The'young' couple- were .the.re'4.  eipients' of Imaoiy useful and beau-  taui presents whLch testified    -. to,  1 tim<. higH esteem in which they .are  heid   by  -their   numerous   friends.  The groom's preeeriit,to' the bride-,  was a "gold watch ,and: chain', and  gold cuif links/ to the -bridesmaid  gold   waltch. if op.  .'From! Mi-s. Goldsmith, mother of  tf e bride/ thsy received achequ3,  '' From' Arthur Goldsmith, a check   ,  ' .From, .Edward  Goldsmith, set of  knives   and  carvers,-. '        ',-"  .'From the Misses Goldsmith, co,m  plete furnish.ngs of:-household   i;i-  en,  also 'embroidered csntre.pueo  .and  cushion cover.. . -   ,  .Mr   J. O. LeGappellain, ' '   sCver  forks and spoons    ,. ...    >  "Dr   and Mrs. Goldsmith, Lnglan 1  cheque. ,  jMr. J. Myles/tea set.       , V   , "   .  ;Mrs. Le,Cappi;lain and Mis3 AlL-.e  ue*s-><-l������.-i8 hoped that.Ke Wul-^e-;. gaUe^.. and|lt ^deemed' wise    -  *CI    that   the readers of this- .;..pj[iper  should know, that Mr. Murray .was   '  well patronised^ .��������� ������������������-' ~'\    '" S~- ���������/���������'  . . <. THC-  MiABmnv.v.'   ,  c.'ido. to locate, in Abbotsford  good ana .build.that-jyalatfalTesi-  tience  he  has .been ;.plannin&  for  years        ';���������.'.���������',',  A $100-TROPHY CUP [   -   ,      ,-...,,..,���������    ,,  ' ..^  'VS- -.������     i ' .1  ������"*"��������� '���������''j.     "������''"' New 'Westminster''Senr'^sth���������--  Mr, Duncan Marshall, Minister oX      r.    ���������      --S. ��������� u   ,, ..~ZF, ���������  ������ . ;-  .-. - --��������� j   -u .  iu all sections of the-market the  Agriculture,, fot Alberta, has noti-   iifi6rillg6   were Jmuch'jbelpw"'   the-  fied the managers of the Interna-- nr������rk, and the reault"i:was"w Shat*  tiornal Dry Farming ' .Congress) wuiiid be buyers had tp leave \vilh  which 'meets' in'Colorado Springs out* connecting wilh the?usm4'll sKip  'October-' 16'' that- the 'province of lhents-which sold im'm'edrately bid-  Alberta' will . give >a. '$100 trophy,, ding started. ��������� ,.  cup, as^one of the .premiums at the !New potatoes -experienced a drop  ~                                        in   i.heirajority' of instances,     as  much as fifty cents less being ac-  .cepied for the'tubers-which were  not-of the same even'qulality as  men in the whole field of poultry  husbandry to serve asan advisory  board and acting in this capacity,  formulate the irules and regula-  ions under which the "competition  is to be conducted and have constant oversight of the details of  management.' The..advisory board  walls and partially \open front  with plenty of windows. Each  housq will ba divided into two allowing t\vo pens of five ibirds^each  Tins will give fourteen square feet  to a 'bird;' The '(rations" /will be  whole grain and .dry meaUY'Tv<v.\y  Spoons,  Mrs.  Hill-Tout, Abbotsford. ', v  Silvert celery dish,, Mr. Chas. Hill  Tom..  Cheque,   Dr. /and  Mrs. Septimus  'Goismiih.  Cheque,  Mrs.  Calvert.    ���������'     '' '  ,,,.���������������ut glass sugar and cream. Mr.  dry> farmed  Exposition.  'The ciiji will be awarded for the  best exhibit of forage crops and  grasses made b yany -county or  district,- and is open toy the .world's  scamRQitition- /'It will jbe ia.. hand  some; affair of sterling silver. Canada took the 'grand '^weepstake  prize at the Dry' Farming Congress  exposition last -year ���������  Agricultural, practices."known as  ':dry-f arm ing" are /beginning to  be universally used m this part of  Canada,   where  thef arm'efs   " are  Last week ...-���������;  ,. Fruity, with, the Exception of rasp  berries was conspicuous by ita  absence. The berries 'sold at  $2.75 and.were rapidly bought up  at that high figure. Flowers of all  varieties added ^a; brilliant touch  of color,.to the otherwise aornbve  ��������� (budding and good average .prices  Li|bera\ cash prize's' iwilll be "given"   and^Mrs. 'Brusky, alsocheque, hand'  consists 6f nine members, including   also cups and trophies-ftf ^various  e^by������^ered   lyien.        ''  ' ��������� ��������� bee of carvers the Misses Brusky.  men who have at-heart the best  interests of the 'fancied and the  uti'i'y ppu'trym.in. As tnow constituted' the membership is as  follows; ' :  Prof. F. II. -Stonppurn, Storrs  Agricultural College,, iStorrs Conn  Prof. Thomas' F. McGrawj\International   Correjspondence   Bcho.ol'S  Prof. Homer Jackson, Sta-e College, Pa. :".y-;;y>\/ -. .m  Dr. A. A. Brigham,-tSouth ''Dakota School of Agriculture, Brookings, S. D.       >':'���������.' ������������������'-, :  Dr. Prince; T. Woods, Managing  -Editor,-American Poultry Journal  Chicage 111.   r".  Dr.  Nathan  W. Sanborn, Editor  kinds.  Rules 'and Regulations  1.   The first legg-laying     competition has-been inaugurated,and  .���������will be conducted under the auspices, of the North American,        a  newspaper published  in  the  City  of  ^Philadelphia  land  shall        be  known as the Phildelphia     North  American   egg-lay!mg .; compntition  Y--2.   This competition is to beheld  on the grounds; of the'Storrs Experimental   Station,   Storrs,   Conn  "3.   Thef time of beginning of the  pejtition   shall   be:'No'v���������(noi"ber  1st,  1511,, and extend over a   period of  one year, from that date.   Entries  American. ^Poultry Advocate, Syra-   will be limited to 100 psns.  cu&e, N. ;Y. y    /: 4.   Each��������� entry; to consist of elk  Prof.  F.  C, Elf^ord,    MacdonaW   pai.e.bred. femal6g# e^^^-^  College, Canada.. ;, pullets;  no (males,to be include J'  George.>.A. McDevitt, <The North  Five} layers ^hall! constitute acorn-  American, Philadelphia, Pa, ���������     , :     peting pen the extra female being  Ir is hoped that many .Canadian   held iu reserve as a   substitute in  pens. Will  'be entered.   There are   case; of death or incurable malady  5.   AH fowls must-be shipped ex-  Will  'b  a   goodly  number  of breeders in  Cubhion,  LLie Bruskey.  Sagar spoon and buuer knife  .'les&ie   Bruskey.  Cushion,  Els.e  Bruskey.  ���������Kitchen utensils, G.eio. Bruskey  Jun.     . ...:������������������  Antimacassar,- Mrs. "Jackman.  Cheque, Miss Kessen, (.England.  Toilet set and set of ��������� .salts, :-Miss  Mamie Hoiloway., "   ���������      '  Cake dish, Mr. and Mrs. R. Owen.  Dinuer set, Mr. and Mr si. P. JB. bwr  en.>        ���������. '���������   ,!  ,'���������''. . :.''  press prepaid^ ��������� "...-.,  6.. Fowls/v/ill be received at any  time from,'October % totOctober 25  It is  adv-ised that   shipment     be  made   as'. early as; possible   after-  October' 1st   in   order  that  fowls  may   'oecome   acclimated  previous  to the date of opening.i  .  , : Vi   The right is reserved to return fowls if they are deemed unsuitable; for the purpose, of competition and every, specimen.,  .sent  must  be  full-sized, healthy     and  vigorous.   The right, pf (course is  (Continued oh Page Three)''  ..  ., , , ���������     .   wore received.   In the poultry sec-  plowing deep and isummer -fallow   tion ih& 0|ferbigi; were much b^  low the usual grade, the (demand  as'a   result, being weaker.  .^The  following were the quotations ;  WHpLESALE MEAT-  ,Beef, carcass ��������� ��������� - lie  Beef, hindquarters. ������������������... 12c to 14c  Beef, forequarters  .-.. 9c to lie  Mlutton ,���������.���������;  i   UJ1-4   to-13c "  \*eal per 'lb   J.0c to 13c  RETAIL MEATS���������  Beef,, best rib roasts ��������� 15c to 18c  ���������v-    22c  ..... ������������������������ 160  lbct o 14  \ ^al ���������.���������"������������������������������������������������������������������������'.���������"���������������������������^���������������������������"���������.���������...������������������* -.������������������*xt to 2w  Pork   ������������������\:���������'-'��������������������������������������������� ������������������:"���������18c to  SOc  Mutton ������������������������������������������������������*������������������ ���������"������������������������������������������������������������������������. 18 to 28c  Pork     V  -���������: . 10   1-2  to )ll  \ l-2c  Spring Lamb,, each ���������������������������; $6.00 to $7.00  -Whol^eale��������� -;,  New Potatoes "���������.���������'.������"���������;,-?;���������������������������' 3! lbs 2^c  ���������Potatoes, new, per v������acK'"^''- $3i50''  ing.  Cheque';" Miss   Goldsmith,- Enig.4  ���������Berry bowl, Dolty iMurchison'  Traycloth,. Miss -Vanetta.-   .- ������������������  Buscan. scarf, Miss J. .Vanetta.  "Cut glass bowl, Mr. Mas. Oweh  Jun.  Set  of fcsalts, Oweh children.  "  Centre  piece, Miss Calbick.'  Butter, knife, Mr. Hannah.-  Pickle Jar, James Carmichacl  B  Cake-plate, R. Carmichael..-  'Berry.'set, the Mi3ses Carmichael   ^"V'TT"  ������ .������   - ���������'-iJT-    ���������' -j' ii/r ���������    :n    Beef, loin  Coffee  spoons, Mr._ ;and Mrs.  C.   Beef> rdund e������e%������  Smith. ' ' .-'���������-    Boiling Beef ���������"-.:-..  Water-sietJ'Mr. randkMrs.' Nicholl.  'Cheque,. Rj.-Nkhpll, Jnr.; , .���������   "^  ' ' Parlor,. lamp,   Mr,   and  Mrs,   A.  Vanieet'ta."       ' . '        ;     '       i  ..-..���������.... .    . :<?';���������    ���������   '   ���������   ..  Tra,ycloth,   Mrs.   iCar'micna'e*i.  Berry, set, th'e Misses' Cairmichaei  VETETEBLES  Cake plate, ��������� -R  Ca,rmichael. ��������� ��������� '0,  Carveiis, .Mri. Arthur. :Gledhill.   " ,  ��������� ' Berry spoon, "Mrs. Whymia:h>.-     .  ' Vase, Miss Stiu:'he?s. .  Berry, set, Mrs. Addy.  Tea-pot and istand from the'Carmichael children.  Butter dish; Miss Rankin.     ������������������'.���������'��������� :  Cheque, Mrs.'Qtuilter, England. ���������  ������������������>--TJie ;happy couple are -spending  the honeymoon' on Vancouver Is-  lar^dj' after which' they will reside  in ,M't" telim'ah.���������Leader "  .....a     ������...*.  Onions .................  ���������Cabbage, ��������� lb.     ���������Eggs, wholesale  Eggs,  retail  Butter,   retjail   ������������������  Hens,  small      Hens, targe  Broilers    ������������������������������������  Chickens  ���������...������������������  Ducks <���������  'Ducklings  ���������  ......5 lbs for'.25c -;  ......,..r. 30c to 32c  >���������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������' *3i   l"*2c  3Bc to-.37 ;   1-3  ..'...:.������.... .$& to $7  ������������������������������������ ��������� $7. to $ft.      $3.60   to  $4;    $8 to     $8 J    $7.50 to $9.00-:   ; $5 to $7'  &Ml  i l~*- v*1! two  .���������j/*  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,       ABBOTSFORD. B. C.  SBSSS  sees.  3S  asms  T������B ABfiOTflF������HD POST  published11  every   Friflay . by   the   Post?  1 PutilfMainff Company.  A weektor;'-Jei^>iViA'-,4l������.vated ��������� &'tiM> intatff'  ���������stb of A$boiit������cr*'*riWuuK^aw aW*"  Advarti'Biiiff Rktiin made iTrt'������*i.    -n ay-'  plication.  ' iiBOAfc- A'Svea'TiaiNO-^w oaiito p������*~'  lio������ for Ar.at imiartton, and f������;:contra 11W  rwr ail stittsequant' ������������^se'6utVv'e I'&fiVMwiiii:-"-  ������uir (BMfet������3*4h���������Sf'elfai* *���������* smr aflfca'  !wwwsa������w������  27 26 2930 31  HOPfSE  SHOEING  I!'l������ afine art, knowu beit  to t those who und ersWnd   the  anatomy of, a;  ? httrse'i foot I Rave 'secured the services of Mr. Jolin Bonner, of' Van-  | i'couver, Ute of Newca������tle-on-Tyne,'England, who holds only medal ever  Awarded for Bl: G. by' examination. Bring your lame horses; your  11 ctfpplbd horses and fancy drivers.    I guarantee satisfaction.  Abbotsford, B. C.  B. J. GERNAEY   ������������������'���������"���������^���������'������������������������������������"���������" i i    ������������������ i..y   i   ������������������       ��������������������������� ���������   -   iiniM..������������������ ������������������-���������������������������i..   n.www"  Retail I Saddler and  *e  ���������Harness Saddlery'Hardware  Trunks and Valises'  SAL]  P. O, Box 45  Abbotsford, B. C.  FRIDAY. AUGUST 4 1911  Wheie   are   all the        cigarette  stubs thrown?   It1 is-a 'well'kribVfi  fact that cigarette ffithokers, are- a  very  careless   buri'ch ofpeople  'It  is  only yesterday that' whiles the  editor  of  thispap'er.was ;.st'irnrdrn'g'  talking to a   citizen otf'Aobofaford  that he. eapied a ; s'maT smoke com'  ingi from'a- dry log ifdt ��������� tori^yard'af  from, our main .street Sind1close.d"c-  side a   building He"went to where  the smoke  was emerging- -and he  found  a   cigarette  stub istill burn,  ing   ..In. a Mshort' tiEae<'(it !i'a -just  possible  that'  znaiiy "citizens'    .of  thoi.t6.wri Would have been called  out to witness a.   small fire threat,  ������ning  the  town -with destruction'  Young Nursery Stock to Sell this Fall  ONE AND TWO YEAR  OLD  APPLES-Grareiistein, King of  Tompkins,   Wealthy  Northern .Spy,  Grimes Golden,  Jonathan, al'  . .grafted on ^whole French Crab Apple stock.  Mki AMESV-Hyslop, ��������� late.  Have also a. choice, lot of Clark's Seedling  and Maroon Strawberries for sale at $5.00  pei" thousand.   Raised on new'beds.  % year oldj 25c. each; |  lyear old 20c. each  LIVERY A IMP FEED STABLE  Having purchased the business of Mr.  W. Lyle,  lam prepared to give the   "'  best of  satisfaction as to prices and  c������mf������rtable rig:s. ' . Stables' open day  night to do business.  We solicit your patronge. - .  h. & d. Mckenzie, PROpS.  0. H. NELSON, prop.  Nursery  Abbotsford, B.C.  the  p'fairie."provinces -must  have ' poses.   Ii) ser-ms a   pity that-!ho.e.  coail or.'practically freeze to'death   .strikes  cannot be  avoided, but  it  The want of coal makes the work-   appears thsre is a   somebody who  Firea dbinofc go out until [tney-n'atfe   ing man suffer more than the cap-   calls outrniners on the least pro-  stopped  burning and.'&&?& fa  . a" iTaligt.-.-A-bdutothBfUame-principle's   vocation-and -makes them stay out  good  chance  of' a ' lVgh^d'c^gar-   were, to: be'carried^out in Vancour   until that power sees fit that they  ette  cjoing some- damage-.when- it .YtiV:but failed'   'But the coal strike  ,shouid  work again.   The -(order jn'"  is thrpwnon-material^h^t-ia-veTy   i*. to be settled, and settled very   c0uncil in re.gard to the fltr;ke   ig  dry    Wet quote this -'incident,      t6   ado a unless-we are very much mis-  entirely   a.     new innovation   and  call attention to' the" carfeleftf prac- - ta^en. .This is how it -is to be done   should   provie  effective,  tice aiid as a   .wkrnfng     .agaJn^   McKenzie Tfcng:^* rsuggested arid      ^ p^-^"0���������f~ the  Revel-  leaving   a   cigarette  burning  any   an ,.order in council has been pass-  -gh)te p()hce  cQurt ldisc]osed ln, a  place   whatever   afffer   being' dis-   ed  that after August 7th bitum'n-   very glaring manner the fact that  posed   of    The  'danger  is    great   ous coal will" be' admitted -free into   the by-laws of that city were os-  but   with -a   little"care cah^be .a-   British   Columbia^ -Alterta*      S'as- 't'ehsibiy. ma.de to be broken M ag-  Ivertise in  Ic.A. SUMNE  P. 0. Box 58 Phone Central  Telegram-Sumner, Abbotsford, B. C.  List Your  voided,  ���������fcajtchewari and Manitoba until audi  istrate Hamilton having'before him  no less than twenty eases offracT  ���������o-^~    .. "time  as miners   are in a position  to ture  of the by-law in respect- 1-,  fill  the demands of^'the people a-, the) riding of bicycles on the sills ���������  long this line.   This would appear walks ...  a   ttpVto'theminers to. get busy The "magistrate  who  is also    the  .>���������ri.,   .....            .- .*.������ niayor   of   the  city   fined .himseL?  -and seiftle the-grievances with the 4.      , nr.e,,   ���������,������������������  . .,      .,  .. .   ' .' *J ,in" c������9ts;   Twoof the aldermen  mine-owners and' that before Aug- were  nne^ ,^2 50 and costs apiece.  uat 7thr or the very thing they are while  seventeen-priviate     citizens  that wh,n the time-cnhe:������he Liber ''^tempting? to: do will be removed each  paid $1 and.costs  al aspirant for thi������ dl*t**t ���������   ***       Strikes' MVe   been  rather   fr^-     /^ unusual activity, on the part  ai aspirant ior thin distntf     got. .....-���������_,    . ,    ! .. ���������      .    ._. of   the  police   was  actuated"   by'  "cold feet" arid -backed doWri-h*" 4������������fc. m'th6 m,Il���������3 at FeTme- The certain .statements "made at a re--  business having increa'sed'.so enor- ;PeoPle  of theesatern part of  the cent coundl meeting ,wHefl Aidcr_ .  moualy since he received the- Lib-   Pr0vince have suffered on that ac- ma,n Abrahamson critici:ed tba^o?  erad   nomination   about ������   month   ������oullt' ao  Have therpeople of the hoe  for-their inactivity in-enfor-  ago at *ew We.tintri t/'r,.tWa������=h^vlpiairU*' P���������v���������e*' ^Al1 thia ln race cinff "he ������ity by"law in ^'.8 .respect;  of  the fact that three  years ago  -when   the miners  of Fernie  were  deprived- of earthly .-goods by  fire  citizens .of British Columbia,     the  prairie' provinces and the govern-  There ia a grandopportunlty :in  this riding <at Uie present.time foi  someone with political ambitions  and the necessary :'qualifications.  We doii't like to nay it pat- loud  >������ut it  is nevertheless ��������������� cold.fact  I hayg a number pf enquiries from.a  number- of  people in the Old Country  anxious, to come to B. C.  . At right prices I can sell  -f;.  it would be an injustice tohis clients to leave' them' for 'thfe- sake{6t.  political fame at-Ottawa Moral:  If your business is on the,hike-get  the political nomination 'ifithere' is  talk of anelection    By the'tlmethe   inenU of the dominion and the pro  vincea came to their aid with large  *ubscriptions of money and clothea  Surely ,wheh the" miners in their demands, and knowing the results of  a   str.ko have not 'thought     how  Another curiou3 fact was brought  to light in this case as to the name  of the alderman to whom is attributed this-activity'appeared first  on the list.  J*^VJ^M^MKKK^}  *-*���������������������������*  parliament   dissolves  jyou  may  be  able  to retire.    It is always  .well,  to   knowwhere   We-ajr-(a)t  There is eure some class to'Mc-  Koszic King, 'Minister of Labor!  This statement la not maaVoffcm  a* ao admirer Of hispdlitical ere;ed  buc aa a Miclrt������- Of Labor iu re-  gard t6 the Fernie strike. Thete  has   been .*   prolonged- strike  in  ADVEtfTIS]?  IN  THE POST  Mike Costigam, a Kooteiiay tak'*  fai-m' laborer, 71 years of ;age, and  ���������'a veteran of lilie American civil  war, has received a draftf roni  the  United   States  war office  for  ^J"8*jH$H&������i>  ���������nwOTflfflCam  nwrxiwi  good the -general publ c have b.en   $17>������M>   *enresentinghis       pension  and   the ,iate*es^ -thereon for    60  to "them in the past. Tak'ng ail  things into cohsideration, although  iha"'or'd"er in council takes      away  *a������������^sag^  INSURANCE  kotsjford Homeiites  years Costigan did ,juot jknr;w-he  was entitled to 'the money, the discovery  being -malde by Lord Ayl-  fr'oni! the miners their grip of the   mer, late inspector-general of the  BUike, it cannot surely be looked   Canadian  inilitia,. who  was on    a  ti^aoath extern part of thrtrb     uPor* otherwise, than'right andjust n���������������������>'  ���������h  and ^who eommuni-  v..o,.           t*   i,      ^     '.  '          P'������    ii������v *u      i.-        w    .       ,    ������������������!:������������������,      , cated   with the authorities   Costi-  province.  It   liaa   been    ���������; clearly "���������***; ^ -toe. people-who helped gan  ls a   ^ou,in of Senator j.j1ip  fiuown that the matter cannot   be   in'liu������������ of trouble should not aotv Costg���������,n  ar'o^rited   this   ^e.   A   ^ ���������������������������o���������������������������  of  tjj^  daily antj  ^eekly-papers; i^cy of snmeSocial'slic: idea. The  ^WRS   'who'-,ihelieved ��������� that  sno^i^t SccialisW^has become so     >A   coal strike is a   serious ma:- ^^sJeeS-were irjgjjt in paving  i^ef * ^^^.ttw.flui.^/41ot only .or.he miners them- 'S^^^S ������%������  ofF^anddist^'tMl'tJi^ate'-feiWfi, but for the town in wh'ch :i������e difference between the .amount  goifl|ijp^ hold Uprjr^p workings of lth������ strike vis/as well as all those vott'^ ������* ^he annual meeting .ai.Vi  <tn������ ^oiiies until tjhfeyk^et their de-   who- depend  upon the output 'of thal'-tl������ci>ie4 9.n previously-^some  niands - knowing i)^ well that* the  the' Amines  for winter's     warmth  winter  is  drawing near and  that   and comfort, and for business pUl.,  +������0  If YOU are looking for a home  or. m&ppy in^egtitte:  in town lots,.acreage or farm  property  see  -������������������JjSV'y  ADVERTISE  IN  THE P<?ST  The Piameer leal Estate Broker of Abbotsford  =rrtr-n^ '     I.'1        .    ���������     I1,    I"1     ' '  ��������� "; ~.-���������������������������-���������-7---���������������������������  m  a  feagJ'.igB'-t^'^^! .'���������"���������t ffe  m  I  t  i'.-.'  t'P  M  km  M  m  m  iff*  m  m  m  I'S  T&B ABBOTSFORD ������OST,     ,  'ABBQTSJPdRfa, B'.'C,  ������ta������mMuw.i)..in������.ni������.������������i, ���������.���������������������������iMini|i)M|| w.n.a.R.vii'v. l ���������.'jjeaa  MS-HE  a=a=BESKS-!=;  2EJBC  .Twrakasmffgi  aagasag^syw/i ,jrTtt.  gents   for  Phoenix A^urance Co. of London, England  Liverpeelj^S^dfen & dl������be, of Liverpool, Eng.  British American Assurance Co., of Toronto,  -Hi  CHURCH  SERVICES  J.  I SUMNER  i  For your Insurance.     Fire time is coming along.  Ilk  ESSEEESBES^SSHHEHSEEBfflEESSSSESESBS  SEESEEESs  3QC3BBBC  BHU.JiJ.j..jj;<m.tiiiLin.i.m.Lii.uiwiiwniu  win   int.uinm.ni l".l.i  ..u. '.iijumv  j mgelroy & c������.  LIQUORS,   WINES  AND   CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  Q$r, Hs$e������t������&e.Ave. and Osear it.,  W^tamKmBSBSSBBaBSSaSBBBS  CITY  OSSBSB  asssaaEssac  igffi88BB^aSRSiEEaSBSBE  afflaMiirig&^^  HOTEL  ABBOTSFORD, B. C  class ia ������very rarest.   Tfe������ fear  is  RATES. $1,SO "fglf&ag PS������ ������AY     ,  Hl.lU.Jl'ifflU'.'i.".11.1."11!.1'.1!1."1!1!1"!   ,  PROPRIETOR  ABBOTSFORD  J. J. SPARROW, prop.  Cash paid for Estgs an d Poultry  Our prices are hard to  beat, ������all and inspect stoek  Does the Finest Optical Work.  Medial men and others pay tribute 60 luis sfeill.  793 Ora-fiVilM 3t. .yancou;er  HARRON BROS.  Emisalmers ainJ Funeral Dfreetors  Vancouver, Office a^nd chapel���������-  WA 0-ran.vilrQ 8t���������    Ptoane 3486  Nortin Vancouver,       Offfe* , aj  -116 2a<X at. BHone  ���������������������������������������������-   .ti<������ *���������'  WANTED TO PUBpHASE  Forty  acres   improved  farm   in  tke fftfa&er Valley, with ox without  house and buildings, convenient to  etation or landing.   Appljr    to ^  H.   Smith, Straiton, B,.   Q,       for  full  particulars,   fjra.t tetter.  CANADA'S  Greatest  Nurseries  Wapt   a   jrejprpsen|tative      (gov  MISSION CITY,  B.C.  '  a������d surrounding district  The reliability, healthy condition  of our stock as well as true,ness to  name must be appreciated by the  Public or they would not have  helped us to increase our business  yearly since 1837, the date o{ ������,\j>  establishment.  0ur firrn's &aoi������ tends prestige  to o^r, r.e,^eaentatlves,  eoniglete line of Nursery SS������ock  for SSpring 1911.  Write  for  full  particulars.  STOiO WELLINGTON  The Fonthjjj. Series.  ..   _ '   TORONTO,  .r.KJ"'i"Tl.'.. _. ���������,  . Ontario  Presbyterian    Ghurchr-; Rev#  Cainpjael.l, B. A.,' BY D. pastor.  A-lfrbotsfoi-pl, H a.m.-anji 7:3j8-b.ei.  At.Musselwaite /School OKouse--  Service'  every alternate  Sunday  ' at  3 ,p.m'.  Sunday school levery- Sunday at  2 p.m.  At Huntingdon School House!���������  .Service  at every alternate Sunday  at 3 p.'m'.  S.  S. 'every Sunday.at 2;30 p.'m'.  %W ^m^Bg^Ws^ $., <md e.������e.ey  tfiternato tafftgy &fc 3 j^m,  c. e., W������8ta������j$ $ 8 g.na.  Sunday fcjhisw"! git 3 p.m.  Sunday School tevery- Sunday at  Presbyterian    Church���������Rev.   j^   (?,  Alder.  Glenmore, 11 a.m. "      ..   .      '  Mt.   Lehman, 2 ;30  Pine. Grove, 8 ip.m'.  p.m.  PT-   MATTHEWS   (Anglican)  Rev; A. E. Bruce, Vicar.  Services ll:00-a.m'. and 7,:30 p.m.  \- Holy Communion, 1st and' 3rd1  Sundays each Month. 'T ���������  ',   Catechising and S. S. at 2:30 p.m  Choir- practice, (Wednesday at 8  ABBOTSFORD  P08TOFFICE  ������l^ee hojins fr.QjHi 8 a,, ra. t������ 7 P- ������������-'  Mail for J^a*idfcttMiHe" e.very .Tjiesday'.'  and/Saturday, I p..m-.-   --  .BUSINESS   9IBECTORY   OF  ABBOTSFORD.  '''(������������������  Qeherjil Starec ���������  S, Brooke.       \ I  !   ������������������ f *���������'  AbjsotfiftH^ iiotej, H. Bfeesiaia, Bi>of>.  Commercial, MGBlroy"& Co.  fre#)  Ba%afeeJ5^  J.. W. 5*fifia^viBa.  C. A. Sumner & Co.  Beraau   &   Husband,  J.   J.   McPhee,  F1ED STOKE��������� '  . J.   J.   Sparrow.      ��������� ���������  6roa������Eftcy^-  S.   J.  Bates, Proprietor.       ,'   -_j  hUw:������Jvfiaj*e ami FtirrrttuTe���������  S.  AlsiAS'&n.  Phone Connection  W.R.! CROSBY  Signs and General Advertising  Painters and Decorators  F. SUMMERS  Mission City  A. M. King.  Livepy, State te~-  ���������J.  E. Geary, Proprietor.  Bakar a&d Serrfeetfcner���������  ahaemwateei's���������  INTERNATIONAL  EGG LAYING   of one wing on any fowl that may  COMPETITION. " fce inclined to fly out of:the inclos-  (Continued' Froto' Page One.)  Bear-d of Tra^pi���������  X W, ^feaWura, Secretary.-   '  Bta&fesmitto^-  .   J.  McMenemy.  Bacber aatJ P������9H R������������m���������.  Jos. S&E&eraon.  Tl^^D ^3E& W������veftfes���������  J. Y, BSeaas.  T,. A, Ssv-^t.  SAUBi&������RY and KaBEWAKS-  (   B. J. ������^rnaey.  MefiSHAiNT  TAILOR.  "5P. @. ������eo^an.  fleRVBYOHS  ilendejssott and Tjg^lor.  AB?!^������FOK������ Bfi������<^ STORS.  MFSK3 TBAOaES-  Mifla AUefe. Ste'a'd;   '  CONNTRACTOR  & BCJILIV  A.  Everett.  Hainmond!'~& 'Son.  CARRIAGE   PAINTER-  Geo. Zeigler.  reserved; to refuse, lany; andall e ,n-  reservedj to refuse lany, and all entries.  8. An; entrance fee of $25 is .required in each case, $10 to accompany, application and balance no"E  laster than October 1. In the event of failure of entrants to make  second payment, the first payment  shall ;be forfeited.  uioa.  15. The competition to be decil  ed by. the total number of eggs  laid by each hen.  16. No competitor -shall be per  nutted to wLtfhdraw any of the  fowls during the period of com ���������  petition, unless permission is granted1 by full vote of the'committee.  17,. Chickens . only Twill be eli-y  gible to this competition, and only  such chickens-, as produce marketable eggs; ornamental chickens in  5.   All eggs produced will be re-  ciuding all 'bantams are, therefore  tamed for the purposes of this com  ineligible,  petition. ^   Entries, will be received from'  10.   No appeal from1 the decision -any point in the world,  lo*  the committee, in any matter     19    Tho competition will be gov-  pei-taining to- the .competition w.ll   wned by the .advisory board. ��������� Can  sR-  'lAl  Yl  <  Home Ave.    -   Mission City.  EMPLOYMENT     OFFICE  We buy Eggs, Chickens and  Pigs.  be entertained. When <the fowls  have, been receive^ at the Storrs  Abi'ieul'-ural Ex.periraj.nt ' Station  and p.'ared inpens they wil- be pro-  tocled with larm^d g'Uards, locks  and' watchdogs. None of the par-  ,tjcs to this competition will in any  manner  be refiponsible for losses,  nor will they, be responsible -for  death or destruction of any fo.wls  11. Should, any surplus over and  aibove) the economical operation of  ���������the competition appear, .such sur-  plus wil'. !be equailly divided between the several.'owners of the  vena. , ;  12. All fqwls entered mil'st be.of  iliej same recognised breed or variety. Mongrel or- cross-bred- fowi  will not'be accepted.       "":.,: _^:-y-  -JS. Any fowl.suffering from''an  infectious; or contaigious disease of  a.ny kind, or whiych may not Meet  the requirements 'as viewed by the  committee will he rejected, and ex-  clud.������^ from this competition.  14. The committee reserves the  right  to clip  or cut (the feathers  .adian breeders wishing further information or application,,...blanks  please apply to F. C. Elford, vMac-  donald College, P. Q'.   0-r���������i-  NOTICE..,   .. .  '   LIQUOR'ACTy- 1910.  (Section  49)  Notice bI hereby 5giyen that on  the 5th day of,August next, application will he fnade to the fluper-  ihtendent^of Prdvinchil Police for  the transfer of -'thelicence for Jhe  sale ,_,.of liqn.orj Iby.' retail in and upon the, ..premises s known as the  Huntingdon: Hotel, situate at Hunt  ingdon, British "Columbia, . ,.froni;  Philip McDonald, to J3am Giles of  Ne,w Westminster, British Colunj-  bia. .-.   '      ',;, :���������;,;���������  Dated this 5th day, pf July, 1911.  philip Mcdonald,  Holder of Licence,  SAM; GILES.  Applicant for'Transfer  W  W. si.'.' ff'ut'i'^rMi'nni'NiPiMM<itmr,.iiLijj'juu-.ulJ!H  SOCIAL AND PERSONAL  Mrs Howe and Mrs. Eus >n ie-  turned home from Vancouver Sim-  day evening.  " '  , ' . ������������������',  Mist.  Crawford .from  Vancouver  is spending her holidays with Mr"  and Mrs. Elliot,     .'   ,, -   o .  Mr. J. A. Blair of Vancouver, was  i������������ town Wednesday-  Mr. Ale.v. Cruickshank of Ch:l i-  wack spout Wednesday in Abbots   '  ford,  Mr   F. J. Hart of New Westminster  was in Uwn..Thursday        en  rou'.e home  /rom.Chiillwack  Mr Jack Anderson ihas left for  Var.cou\ er, and is reported .to be  am ing an automobile in the city  None knows^ better than Jack how  an auto should be run  -o-  Mft AB^OTSFoJiB POST,      ABBOSSpOHb, B: 0.  Are you Building?  YOU WILL REQUIRE  Hardware      Furniture  i    .  Sashes and Doors  These we keep in stock of first-class quality and at  ���������prices that will pay you to deal at the Home Store.  Let us figure on your order.  *"      "'i' i    11 ii up   G  ALANSON  Miss Edna Boyd returned home  on Thursday  Is  the friendship ibetween     the  butcher and  the bird a   safe one  for the bird?   It .all depends on the  kind of "bird" ' .  WHY KILL YOUR WIFE  In th. kitchea wlw. you em gel frejh bread, pies and cles al the  ABBOTSFORD BAKERY  ALBERT LEE, prop. ��������� Abbotsford, B. C.  ^  %  "   The Misses Trelheway and Mjs^  'Robinson  arc   visiting  iriends  in  \ancouver  ���������-~o-   Miss Dennison from Vancouver a  spending   her   holidays   wjth  her  sisters, Mrs   McMenemy -a-nd Mrs  Zeigler   o������������������  Do you know that beautiful old  "Song of the Shirt" How does .������  go  now?   -o������������������u  Mr McArthur haa returned to  --'.bootsford after spending a few  wetk3 at the coast.  J   E. Nash,   Vancouver.  A. W. Co hrinr. Van:out r.  N"    Lu.a-,   Vancouver.  II   C.  S'ilin;r fleet, V.fnco.ver.  J   Gavin, City.  W  ������. H*ad; Yum:?, Arlr.  W   A. M^Leo ', Westmins er.  P  A. McDougal!, WcBtminater,  M   Divi9,  Vancouver.  Mrs    3feKsy,' Bremerton.  MiBB  Nellie  Midwan, Port and  Mr.'G. lsenor,spent Thursday kt  the coast.   o   ��������� Mr  and Mrs. H. Hoopw returned  from   thecoaat  on Thursday  . Don't go to Murray's for a  pb,oto, You might get V real  picture   o   What's the matter with .rjie entertainment comm.'tte ot "tike Board  oi Trade hblding .a pic4c, and  announce it  as  annual affair.   ooo ���������  John Drisco smd George Ander-  uon were on Friday sent up for do  days   for  persistent  hoboen,?.  LAND  PURCHASE AT MATSQCl  A. G. Marshall, real e;t;ite a^enl  South   Westminster,acting  ono>-  half of (he South Westminster. In-.,  vestment  company recently completed the purchase of lot 370 .Ma'H������  qai  from  A   Phillips, Mission City  The land comprises 160 acres and  has about a   mile of water frontage  on   the Fraser river    It' has  loam soil, some eix feet in depth,  is tminenUy .suitable tfor.fmit cu'-  tme  The*, company proposes to divide  the property into -small farms  of  four   or  rive acres besides  .water  transportation facilities it lies with  in easy distance of three railway*,  one-third of a   mile of:he mainline  of the C  P. R., onl-half of the C.  N, R. and two miles of .the B. C. E.  R    The   company's   agent   is   Mr  Marshall  AbtMtefWd Het������|.  Sidney   Hawkins,. WesImni'er  W; Ot.,, fiu/hVin, WetminaVr.  JMra.- Mi Williams, Vancouver,  W. Ky..o k, Vancouver.  F. Buker, .Pine Grove,  W. G.'.efy, Vancouver.  W. Qaety, Vancouver.  Alf.   Afhley,  Toronto.  ���������Nw J. Mitchell, City!  K   Barret,/Ci'.y.  B. Brooke, City.  J"  Fen wickY City.  .  A   Baton, Vancouver,  R   H n o-i Cou^h'ar-i  J   N.Miiier,'"City. *v-  A, Allen, .Vancouver.  C   Bourmany City.  H, McArihur, BostonVXJ. S.A.  F' Saunders, New'Westm'ns'ter.  W   E. Brown, -City.  K  Carlson; C'i;y.  W.   Jain-ison,  We tminster.  J   Sh^jld?, Cloverdaie.  Tom Keogh, Sumaa  T   W.  Boyes, Vancouver.  ,  Chas  Anderson; Vancouver.  J   E. Pe:k, Vancouver.  E   Langiry,  VafijcOuver.  1)   W. Muir, Vaniouver.  II.  Wing, Yarrow,  W.   J.  Sheamey, City.*  13. S. 1'ickman, City.  David Jar vis, Van^ouer.  P. Walsh, City.  P.  S. Nordang, Vancouver.  Geo, R. Sail, Vancouver.  Wm'.. Aiken, San Francisco;  Chas  Spice, Vancouver.  B.   Angleand,  Vancouver.  John  R. Ward, Camp 2.  ������T. E. Vanetta, City.  A. E. Rupperf, Westm/nster  G.' McMillan,   Westminster.   0   HAMMOND & SON  BUILDERS AND   CONTRACTOR*  Estimates given for all kinds of Buildines  ABOTSFORD.  B. C.  I.  Matsqui   Hotel  ;MlSSION CITY. B.C.  This,hold makes a specialty of  home-like comforts for Commercial  Travellers. Comfortable sitting-  room and best of hotel service  Cuisine Unexcelled!  Rates: ${S1T$2 per day  W. T. LUCAS, Proprietor  TENDERS  Tendera. will./baureceived by the  undersigned up  to,and including  ^ July 31st for the privilege -of conducting  a  restaurant  in connection  with-the exhibition to be held  under   the /auspices- of     Matsqui  Agricultural and, Horticultural Association   at  the (Hygenic     Dairy  Farm,   Matsqui   Prairie,   on   Wednesday   September '20th!  Also for the privilege' of seliin-  ice, cream and soft.drinks.  The  highest  or iany tender  not  necessarily accepted.  JAMES  GIBSON  ^ .-    Secretary.  Mt.  Lehman,  July  ioth, ign  DISSOLUTION  OF PARTNERSHIP  NOTICE.  F. Leroy Getchell and W. S N  Johnston of Northbrook Shiigle  Company, have dissolved partnership. W. S. N. Johnston under-  takes all liabilities from 4pril 24th  W. S. N;.JOHNSTON.   >  ���������    MATSQUI NEWS ITEMS  \Prom Fraser Valley Records  *IRTH-To  Mr. a,nd Mrs. R   \,  Dick  on July 20th, a   daughter.  '  Mr.. J. B. Cade was in Sumas this  week. '"'s'     . .   0 .  - No need to go to Sumas to have J  a photo taken.    Try  MURRAY, at Abbotsford  Developing done for amateurs just the way it .wanted.  HOME MONTHLY  AND  The Abbotsford Post  BOTH  FOR ONE YEAR  FOR $1.00  REMARKABLE, ,8NT ITP ��������� you want to oWa|||^ J  best monthly and weekly literature at the lowest possible  price, take advantage of this offer quick. No need to  spend money subscribing for other papers If you take this  "*~ ~ club, as you will have enough ��������� : .  READING MATTER TQ LAST YOU ALL WINTER  m  ������r v������/  #f  HOTBt, A������H1VAL6  Comrnarelai.  F.   Hirrison, City,  V;m   Cuilenn, Haifax^  J   McAu'ey, Vancuvcr.  Gust. Wun.h, Ci;y  J   M. M Rie, Vancouvar,  Boh Miller Cuy . ,v,. ���������  Ja.3   Craig,   Vancouva^r:i  E   D. Lo'\&n V. ncruver.\,  Capt   HalliweW,  .Vx:tona.  D   Kenny, Chicago.  C; W. Oalrown, Vancouver.  J    Langman,   Vancouver.  J. J. Jacob, Camp 2.       -  C  Ne'son, Vancouver..;.,  C. A. Kramp'y   Vancouv*-  w   K. Amiver, Vancouver.'  ^ho--,   CiJhpbeV.Cliy  ;V    Skinner,  Hunt ngdon .  Mr. and Mrs.Oordoa Cumn.in-s  returned from' the coast Sunday  evening. . j >-;���������',������������������  Miss Helen Bates returned from  a visit to Vancouver on Tuesday  opening. J  . ^ ^ . .v^i_ Mr. J. Montgomery the contrac1  T. J. DeLalr has been appolnte!l ,agent for the W. C.P ..Co., wishes  y agent Uunnsr mv ahson^   .���������    tnlspapap   to say that h- annw i.  foH   fi-.n.   ... ii -."I'l/ic.ia-  NOTICE  ���������������~  :i    .   i      ^^^ been -^uinnti  .... ��������������������������� ^-*  --.^u., wiane3  ���������in.   S ?      Unn* my *b*once, en-  tflJPfP.=IP   to say that h- appre ia-  Slll'tor !S t0 C������lleCt and W a11  ru Tay thB P60pIe bi m���������������������*  bill, for m*. ������������������...       '    ,    fjly used him whle here last week  irsoii  (Associate  Members Can.  Soc. C. E.)  OvOvEngjiteers  R. A. HKNDERSON  B. C. LAND   SURVEYOR  OfBec, noxt P. O.  W. LYLE.        '   j������ the interests of the company  Mr, D McTavish is'..n Mission  takmg^Mr Gammon's place while  the latter is in Westminster relieving   Conista/ble  Wilkie.  Mr, Oeorge Whitnly'of Wneju-  uv, arrived.in /Mission Cuy on  Thursday last to ������c ept a ,.p si ioa  f Passman in the Fraser valJev  Record  office. y  Miss Marcie Rougi7r"bf Vancou-  r. O. Box I I   yer is -spending the' holidays  with  her aunt, Mrs. H. Windebank"'  Geo. Zeigler  Carriage, House  and Sign Pointer  Gal! and get prices.  All work guaranteed  Abbotsford -       B. C.  Painting, Sign  General repair w@rk  J. E. PARTON  Abbotsford    .'���������'..       g^ q  Good Storage Eoom for  Furniture.  WATCH ABBOTSFOBD GROW  *1  1  m  M  \m  tf'1  Off  %  ii  1  M  M  i"? if  ail  M  lam  lU  i'i  A

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