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 \$t>  Vol,III., No. 15.  ABBOTSFORB, B. G., PMDAY,   AUGUST 18, 1911  ������4B!������8 $LG0 PER YEJAR  ���������arrrffl  3HH  iff  ' "ff"-" rrmnK.  SEE  nous  ������������������3=  SKE9DSC  IrfUHhMWBS  BHB  ��������� MM-imMKr  as  -'Matsqui Council  The Ma.tsq.ui.council met on Aug-  ubl i5lh, Councillor Cruickshank be-  .ing   absent ,j -  ' Minutes  of  previous'meeting ,a-  dopted as read       ��������� '��������� '  '  Communications- were, received  from- C O. Bradahaw,-' enclosing  proposed plan.of sub-division,'' of  part'' of   least   1-2,   sou'th~ea3t   1- i  Appoint Delegates  A meebngCof "the- Conservatives  was held on .the 16th instant, when'  the folio wing- clel'geates ,.were appointed to attend the convention  at N^ew Westminster to-day     >  C Hill-Tout, ; W. ;Tayl6r, J. J.  JMclhe'e,' Abbotsford -J; II. H. Nelson, tipper Sumas; C .YarwooJ,  Straiton fR Peardon,- Peardonvilie  Proxies; J;J. Sparrow,"C. Sumner,  B'Mc'Elroy, Abbotsford; '  S.'S. D������  i-:.  THE MARKET..  section 19, township 16, wKic'ti will   Lar; Upper S.umin; J A. McGowan  Peardonvilie; H 11. Howe, Straiton  :.The   following  officers  were Ael-  ���������ected;  President���������J   A.  McGowan.  . \ ice-Pres ���������J.  J. McPhee.  Se re>a y���������C Sumner. '' '. J  Exe-utive-Dr   Swift, C.BuT-Tout  J '������].'  Sparrow,' H. A.  Howe, Geo.  Clark, J   H. H. Nelson," C S.Yar-  wo'o'd, j   Higginson; H. Gazley. H.  SUMAS   COUNCIL  $10; P   Munroe, contract Vey gra  vel pit $1045 45.  W rG. Gamble -salary $60; A. J,.  be accepted        ''''       -U\    ''".-   ���������  From'H   J.. A* Burnett,, re auuit  for .1911   Laid over.    >  Frum'   Canadian   Bank   of  Com.-  merce, re  over-draft    In connect-'  ion therewith Councillor Aish'gave  [notice   tp   introduce  a .temporary  Loan   By-law! ' " ''<'  ' From/ G' Purver re account  ��������� *s  !��������� 'quarantine   guard   at -   'Clayib'-.rn  during small-pox'outbreak stating   Morley     , '.-���������-.'.>.  '.-he   was   appointed iby .Dr.;.Stuart '    Speeches were-imade during -.the  :������) '.who had 'jurrsdiction over thel'dis- -tlie  evening by Messrs',MoGb\van  Ti trict from Chllliwack'to'New'w^'t'  Hill-Tout,   Haynes,' Yarwood   and  minster    The' council'Iwai  of 'the 'Morley, " -      "������������������.-: _-_  -opinion " that     the   -   government- on August -6th; The -mijnut'es - ��������� of  ���������should  pay their, own   .- appoint^   August' oth. we're read .and adopt-  meixfcB (_    .,       '.    ,e'd ^Communications   were  recei_.-  ~-> From! solicitors for jWI-iWilkie,-B.   ed as,follows;-.;    ., .   .';    ,  C   L.'S. threatening suit.unless, his    - From"Mt'" Lehman Lumber and  account   be   eettled    The   council   Trading Co, asking permission to  Tclecided   to   offer'one-half as   fill'   place: a'water pipe lihe'froin'1 the  'settlement      ���������- south east corner- of south' west-l'4  '' From 'Canadian   Bank  of  Com-   section. 12  township. 14 .to      their  merce   acknowledging.:-deposits "as   mill - Request   granted   unier  ts-  follo.ws; ��������� Municipal!, (account  $416 -. ual conditions  998;   school 'board  account .$788 56  .Filed  -  From! W G. Swan, division en-  giueer C N.-P. R. Co., re road cross  ings at" Gleri Valley road and" Mathers road and offering $10'0 in-lieu n0lth between, district lot 203 and  of the log dumping place at Mt distr-ct lot 382 to'the ore road,'66  iehman -.The  clerk-was instruct-   f<?.et Wldo ^ construct the road-  the   >vay 40 feet Wltle i0T $3������600������ -wh'"ch  The application of the Western  Canada'Power Company for certain roads was discussed at-length  The council .agreed .to establish a  highway  from' the Clayburn road  ed to inform Mr ,Swan, that  Karvev"sala~rVT50"incidentals for   culver^ at .Uie_,G1len~lVaUey road is L,s  ^^- P^d bv  'h8 above.men-  ,      ..... . j.1.    a       W3 vy, salary ^o, inciaencaw lor ^       -^   *../;��������� tLJ* .hut' ���������,- tioned  company    In (return     the  The regular meeting of the Su-   jujy $5.50. ri������l   on,y   unsatisiactory   out also  ���������__.__. ._*^ Ju_ _,,���������.���������-_J ,._ ,...-...,  ma^' council was held on Saturday     ;The   following  resolutions  were  lAugusl   5lh    There   was present   passed;  , dangerous    Also'that1 the Council   company,, is to be allowed to build  Keeve Angus Campbell and Councillors D Me Kenzie, T. B. Straiton  C  Lverett and L. Samson.  The minutes of,the pr,e,yiou3meel  in gwere  adopted as read.  Samson-Straiton���������That $50 be  appropriated to repair the Samson road work to be done a'tVmce  under  Pathmaster  Samson  ,S?fmson-McKenzie ��������� That the  would iiot accept one hundred dollars offered for Hog dump'ing'p'ace  and that a   plank approach at Mt  Lehman   wharf .was -necessary to  That   the   bridge ,.acro8s^muddy .council agree to build a.fepce for ^ ^  plm.���������u  be renaired Tat-once     -     '    ^   Everett along the Everett road   "���������'���������������**   . b  slough, be repaiiea At.pnte. kr(liw,   ���������������������������������,.���������,'���������  '1^��������� ���������^���������i-' ���������   road    Laid   over,  through south-est quarter, 'section  H,  township  16, fence to  be four  Everett-Samson���������That. a contract be lot to G C.Kenny to.clear  and burn a   strip along the Kenny   banrhZj!L.0S!/??_ ???*'*:  road-20 feet wide, commencing at  the Vey road and .going north a-  bout one-quarter mile  The contract for slashing and  burning on the Maher *'road was  awarded  to  Cahamson for $60  The contract for the~ditch "on the  Pathmaster Samson "���������was instruct  ed to drain jslqugh _on .the Maher  ioad and put in a   cluvert  ���������Council aUjo.urne.d.to August 12  maaila-n and" operate' its " towers  pules ' and" transmission wires on  both   sides   of  this road  and 'the  - v..  Fore road Poles and towers are  . .. ,_, . ., , t . not to hinder a telephone line  >eepmudoffthewhaa-f^doutof behlg- built Before ' building the  tne freight shea company^ is to submit a   blue print  From, Joseph Heath for Hulton-   of  their  proposed location  for     outlet      From   solicitors  for Mr   J.      C.  Maciure   re  land  taken for  road  Fiuni registrar county court ac-   The   clerk  to' state in reply that  knowlcdging  receipt   of        Public   any taken from the Maciure estate  Morals by-law' had   to   be  taken in the ordinary  The   following  resolutions   were   way, viz : By Gazette By-law and  ca.rr'ed;  That the reave and clerk  sign  plan of isub-division of west l-2; s c  Your home .merebvita,carry up   tioJ. M toWnghip 13  to date stock, not stuff that must  feas<; side of the Kenny road swa8 let   be sold 'by-^^f _?et ^ oi  to A   Anderson for $36.  Lverett-McKenzie���������That <Mr F.  Munroe oc notified to complete b-s  contract on the Angus Campoel.l  road  Tenders were received foi the  (building of the Boley bridge as  follows; J  W. BrowneM, $600; C. A.  Messrs T Thompson, W. S. Mun-  rce, and J Clarey of. Mission City  fc-pent Thursday in town  Mr L. R. Authier spint Thu s 'ay  in .New Westminster^ '  Riverside .presented an animated  That- Walter To,w;lan be awarded  the  contract  of putting 70  yards  of gravel on the Towlan road at  .$1  per yard   "  . That the collector,be ti'mpowcr-  to collect statute labor communication   from'  persons  liable    for  ���������same  The following bil'ls,were passed   203,  thence southerly along  Wiardr,I;;$59.5G;  Ward;2. $456.68   bolmda.ry^between;district  any land usedfor road at Glenmore  would' shortly be surrendered.  R A. Henderson, survey Clay-  burn-Straiton road, $4130; E. Lun  strom, ditching in ward 3, $15 55;  ,'A Ncholtion, completon of contract on the road, this cheque to  be held by CfounciJUor Satcheil,  pending inspection, .$240  < Councillor* Cruickshank gave notice to introduce a by-law to gazette a highway commending jti  north-east -corner1 'of   district  lot  "th'o  lot  The market today was vastly  -different from that of a. week -a-  "go The' offerings were small and  the buyers' fairly numerous ' 'A  week ago both'offerings and buy-  trs. ,wero plentiful a/nd the poultry  ^section was crowded, The features of the market'were the rise  in the "price of poultry and the decline in 'the price, of potatoes at  wholesale The tubers - could " be  purchased at $2 per-ton less than  they brought a week ago, though  there was no' change in' the retail  price"     '"      ' '     J "  Vegetables   were   .quite    plenti-'  ful aiidthey we're" of good quality  .but  there   wajs no change in- . the  prices    There   were ;a   large num-,  'l* Iber of cauliflower onvthe market  and they, jspld.readily,  .    the; wholesale price of eggs ad-  N'anced   tVo   cents' and' the  retail  price went up five cents, ;  No'" change1 was recorded in 'the  prices "of ttneat 'at' wholesale," and  the .offerings- wefe, email, though  there were a few veal, and hog  carcasses, sold,; /. r>    ' '   ;  \  Retail meat -prices remained unchanged and there was plenty',of  the meat on the market ��������� "There,  was no,change in the price   off.sh  For some reason, or other there ���������  was a stiffening up of prices , in  the poultry section ' The some  what- Tow ��������� price's" of- birds which  have ruled," for'��������� the Jpast l' three'  weeks gave place-for-?Lhose 15 to  2ii per cent higher*  JFor, the first time this season    a .���������  quantity   of   pullets   were  offered .  for sale and the price asked   for  good   ���������brown  -leghorns'-jwia's ( one-,  'rt.olliar   each,   They;   were ijevenjt-  ually  sold to dealers at $9 00 per  uozen    There   were  several pens  of ducks offered _and the .best   ot'  them   changed' hands   at '$10   per  dozciL ��������� Ducklings ' sold- at  $b     to  iti, as,compared with $5 to $7 last  week  As  usual there was'a large   .offering- of American- poultry, most  of  it,-brought'in by     Bellingham.'  dealers^   Vancouver   Chnese  mer-  chaoits were the leading buyers--  There\ was but little" fruit on the  market* and what was offered sold  quickly Apples in besketsmade  their first 'appearance and sold at  15 cents- per'basket;'  The  following were the quotations;  WHOLESALE MEAT���������  Eeef, carcass  ��������� ile  Beef, hindquarters    12c to  14c  Beef, forequartera    9c to lie  Mutton     -,    121-4   to   13c  Veal  per lb   10c to 13c  Lamb "... 14 to 15  Pork     10   1-2   to   11    l-2c  Spring Lamb, each - $6.00 to $7.00  RETAIL MEATS-   .  Beef, best rib roasts  Beef, loin  Beef, round steak  Boiling Beef  ���������  y GSl     **���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������  f~ fjJ"JK        ������������������ ��������� ��������������������������� *������������������ ���������*��������� ������������������������������������ ���������>��������� ������������������<  Mutton  -������������������.,���������   - 15c to 18c  >������������������ ..���������..���������!������������������     22c  <������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������  1 oo    10ct O 14  ....  ...17 to 20  -���������18c  to   20c  ��������� 18 to 20c  .Ward 3, $1195; ward 4, $43.33; T.   203 aaidT district'lot'302 to the ih-  Samspn $525; A  Boley $495.     The .aPP^rance on Thursday when the ;k  Leiimax,, ^onstahle' duties     at tersection/ of daid houndary-Ywith  contract  was  awarded to A   Bo-   sl ^an>ei ������*:ayj������eaJc cauea tiiereon ^elebr^:io,n  and  ,dance, $6|: Wm the Clay burn" road'j the highway to  ley, the work to-be completed !,y   [ie* vaf t0,  0pe ,^dtne ^s\i������: .Elliot;   constable  duties 'in ;; icon- be of a   width of 33; feet oil'each  October' 10 .take _adyaiitage of this_was Mr W  ;nection with J Bugston, $23.65; Dr. side of the .above described line  The  following-bills were passed       !������   ' ��������� JBhipped.six.-tonii.    of ^m^ M   H< 0> S(iC0^' quarterly      T^e; Ten.porary: Loari -   By-law  forp   ayment;   W.  Porter, cutting   ?������       u   . ,���������  teen  tonS 0T     ,y  C������ indemnity $25-, C M. C. July^;salary ^as introduced by :CounciUorAish  thistles, $16 75;  A.. Seri,     burying   ? ?\ beS'deS-&   P^f ^^t     of ;..^-.-|- poflfca       $5.: road      Work ^d, passed through the three read  Thorse/^, .^.  Po^^                                                                                                                               ^ings  oil, $7; C ,S. Yarwood, .salary .and  postage, 412 90;   J^W.-    Stewart,  sion Cityt  commissioner road tax.es,, $10 9,0; C.  A:  Lamson   paithmaster i^eryice's,,  paid $9 63.  The council then Adjourned      to     .The   playjburnT<Straiton   Gazette  ~"^������~"~"~ ;        .meet in theI "store building 'of bj-law; passed, its third readiiig.  M���������   'Va^et*a.���������.'?.?,?������  Aldergrove ;Merryfield  BrotherS   0n Tuesday,      The  next meeting will be  held  ��������� the guest of her son Mr  John ; 8th at 6 o'clock p m. m  Municipal  Hall1 oh     Saturday,  The  Matsuqi  council met again September 2nd at 10 o'clock am.  Vanetta  VETETEBLES-Wholesale-  Potatoes, per ton, new $28 io $30  Cabbage, lb. >......���������.���������-  Eggs,   wholesale   ���������-  Eggs, retail '-������;������������������������-���������  Butter, retail ���������������������������   Hens,  small   - .........  Hens,   large    .'.........  Broilers ;������������������ ������������������----............  .Chicke>ns   ............  Ducks ���������- ���������-���������   Ducklings ��������� ���������- ........  Geese, each .................  ' Hay,  baled, per ton  ���������5.lbs for 25c:"'  - 35c to  27c,  ........... .. :45c  ���������- 30 to 35c  ----  $6 to $7  ---,-)$/-��������� to   $3  $3.50 ' to _��������� $4  - $6 to ".$8  ��������� $'.5ll to" $10  ������������������'-���������:������������������ $6 to $8  -������������������������������������������������������ $1   -   $-20  'k  f.  h  hi two ain:  r rr  .,.-,, r  i i  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,  ABBOTSFORD. B. p.  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  Published   every   Friday   by    the   Post  PubllJihinK Company.  A weekly Journal u>votod to the Interests of Abbotsford and suu -'"tiding- district.  Advertising Rates made know.. *n application. '  I.KGAL ADVERTISING���������12 cents per,  \hif> for fl,ra't Insertion, u:nd 8 oenta u Una  for all subsetfuont oonsooutlve Insertions.  Our Qhtbfcoleth���������Neither for nor agin'  the   Qovsrnmont.  5ufifIon  13  20  27  14  21  26  IH  6  85  22  23  I  9  23  M  10  17  24  31  Ih  18  Id  25  1  HORSE   SHOEING  ?> . ..  Is a fine arl,. knowu best to those who understand the anatomy of. a  horse's foot. I have secured the services of Mr. John Bonner, of Vancouver, late'of Newcaitle-on-Tyne, England, who holds only medal ever  awarded for B. C. by examination. Bring your lame horses, your  crippled'horses and fancy drivers.    I guarantee satisfaction.  J. K. MCMENEMY  Abbotsford, B. C.     .  B, J. GERNAEY  etail  5  19  26  Harness ���������'���������', :   Saddlery Hardware  . Trunks and Valises .  P.O.Box 45  Abbotsford, B. C.  ������������������> n.  FRIDAY. AUGUST 18, 1911  , THE CAKE OF THE FARM  HORSE  The farm horse is an important  factor, in agricultural pursui d especially in the .west We should  not get .'far wi hout the patient  quadruped who draws our loads,  and carries our burdens He is so  closely   interwoven  in  our indus-  ,. trial and business life that were we  called upon to adjust our farming  operations to the U3e of someLotiter motive powe-, oiir plan3 would  be demoralized and ou? prosperity receive a serious check In  view  therefore  of the importance  :: of the place- filled T>y - the. farm  horse it behooves us to care for  him   in   a   manner   that   will  co.n-  .    serve his energy and enhance his  .  useffulness  The farm horse needs a stable  a comfortable stall in which to  rest when the day's work is vdone  Don't put .him in a   dungeon, with  no light or ventilation and expect  him to be in good trim for the next  day    Neither  should  he  be compelled   to    stand    under a   leaky  shed     where     the     water    drips  through   for   three   days      after"  each   shower    A   good  jbed  if as  esential to the comfort of the h->rse  as   of  the  man    As to   food, the  hest is none too good, clean, bright  hay  with oats that are not jsmufcty  nor dirty    Decide the quantity for  yourself,  but  don't be stingy      A  man who cannot tell what amount  of feed is required by a'horse af  ter he has worked himfo r a   few  weeks hasn't sense enough to farm  anyway.       All  horses  do ,not "require the 'same amount of food ,any  more  than all men    Study     your  horse    Feed, him enough to enable  him to do his work And jpay some  attention to his likes, and dislikes  ii' possible   He works for his keep  alone and isurely he is entitl/e.d to'i  something  better  than  a forkfull  of musty hay under Jiftg  feeta'vnd  a   quart  of  screenings  in   a  dirty  feeilbo:^  The horse at work should be well  combed and brushed every morning, and a tew strokes at night  would not hurt him    If any of you  *njoy going without washing your  face and combing your hair .possi  biy you would be consistent in Jetting your horse do without grooming  The harness too shouM receive  aUention There is neither humanity, economy nor common sense in  having your horses shoulders peeled and raw, his back sore, ,and his  momhvtorn with the bit See {Eat  the collar fits- the horse, better to  buy a new collar than to use one  Young Nursery Stock to Sell; this Fall  ONE AND TWO YEAR  OLD  APPLES-Gravenstein, King of Tompkins, Wealthy  Northern Spy, Grimes Golden, Jonathan, al  grafted on whole French Crab Apple stock.  CRAB APPLES-Hyslop, late.  Have also a choice lot of Clark's'Seedling  and Magoon Strawberries for sale at $5.00  . per thousand.   Raised on new beds. ���������  Prices for Apple Trees;? p-fflftSS  Fruit Ranch and lursery  LIVERY AND FEED STABLE  Having purchased the' business of Mr.  W. Lyle, I am prepared to give the  best of satisfaction as to prices and  comfortable rigs.      Stables open day  ... night to do business.   ���������.������������������'',  We solicit yourpa'tronge'.5'"  h. & p. Mckenzie,  props.  Ivertise in the  D. H. NELSON, prop.  Abbotsford, B.C.  &  that  does not fit . Then keep      it  clean and smooth    If the eol'ar 'be  comes coated wash it off iat.night  ���������with a   rag and.some-warm water-,"  and in the morning it will (be clean  arid smooth when new    If you^will  make   j-our   collars iTit  and   keep  them  clean  you  will seldom need  a   fad  and   the horse will     have  better shoulders and be more comfortable   at   work without a   pad  The hames, too should fit the collar, with the pull 'so adjusted that  it will bear .evenly on the shoulder  and keep in one position A little  attention to other parts of/'.'the  harness' will prevent .gaUis, bruises  rubs and the like  -Kindness 'is appreciated iby a  hoise as well as by ia man The  owners of the world's famous raVe  horses, will not let a groom about  tne stables who swears at hoi-ses,  neiiher will they permit harsh  ��������� treatment of, any kind The farm  horse may not -be as ifinely bred  aa ms brother of "the turf, ,but he  will respond to kindly treatment  noine!} he less .  From the standpoint of right the  farm horse deserves kindness, care  and good feeding It is his due. It  is, all he gets, and too often much  more, than he gets, for a lifetime  of toil and servi.ee' I believe that  we will some day render an account of our treatment of .these  creatures entrusted to our care &>  the Great Father who lends them  to us  But we owe it to ourselves as well  We do not invest in horse flesh, es  pecially at present prices, ,as a  matter of philanthropy It is a  business proposition We buy horses because we expect a profit on  our business investment. The bet-  terca re we bestow on our horses  thebet -ter service .-they will render  The prudent man (.will conserve  his capital /by a proper care of  the horses that till his souV  CONSERVATIVE DELEGATES  (From Fra������er Valley Record)  At the Conservative meeting on  Thursday evening Messrs J :R.  Cade, E Bush, F. Gibbard and J.'  A Gather wood were appointed as  cejegates to the -Conservative-con  vention at New Westminster today- ������������������������������������:   .< ;    j  THE BUTTvERFLY.,. .  ' You may- catch the butterfly,  '' R.o.'mping   littlje   foqy^ ,  - But ^'whem- hete ..caught. h.e.?3-- not to  "hold,        .. ' r  Like' a' 'painted   toy,     "���������  For hisl ife is gay and free  PUttiugii  jthe/air.  Let him go arid happy b'e  Roaming   everywhere.  Did you know .the,tinsel bright   "  On the butterfly, ���������  Is soft feathers scarcely seen ���������  With   the  naked eye?  Touch-.with care those dainty wings  Wonderful   to /see  Many  things  to learn from  them "  But we'll iset him free  Did  you  know an ugly  worm  Once   that   butterfly  From   its   casket 'beauty .came,  Likev (.he clouds oh.high.  All   God's   creatures   wonders are,  .Stones true they tell  Study   them, my. children, dear,  It will pay .you welili.  Eliza H   Morton.   '  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby,   given that the  Western Canada Power Company;1 Limited, a   body   corporate, 'incorporated  under the Companies" Act of-Canada,  carrying on business in the District of.'  New Westminster, in the Province of  British Columbia, propose ��������� after   one  month's advertisement of this notice, ���������  to apply to His Excellency the Gover-  nor-General-in-Council, for-the approval  of its plans lor the-stringing of wires  across the Fraser    River, and laying  submarine    telephone    cables from a  point in  District Lot - 384A,' Group  1,  New   Westminster   District,   on   the  south bank of the Fraser River to a  point.iri Lots thfee ��������� (3) and Four (4)  in Block sixty (60) in District Lot four  hundred and eleven (411), New Westminster District, lying   on the north  side of the Fraser River, and did deposit with the Honourable Minister of  Public Works at Ottawa-plans showing  its : towers at and between the aforesaid points and.,the wires, and cables  to be suspended from one point to the.  other, together with a description of  the said two parcels of land described  by metes and bounds, and have also  deposited a duplicate of each in the  office of the Registrar of Deeds ifor the  District of New Westminster, in which  District ;the said works are proposed  to be constructed in accordance with  the requirements of Section, seven (7)  of the Navigable Waters    Protection  Act, -Chapter 115 of the Revised Statutes of Canada, 1906.  DATED at Vancouver in the Province of British Columbia, this 4th day  of August, A.D. 1911.  TUPPER & GRIFFIN,  ���������Solicitors for Western Canada Power  Company, Limited.  | C.A, S  ���������?��������� -P. 0^-B6x'58 ���������'���������:- ;:  ER 8c CO. I  Phone Central. ������i*  Telegram-Sumner, Abbotsford, B. C.    ���������     ' ���������  rty:  I have a number of en-  -.quiries :from a number/of  people in the Old Country  anxious to come to B. C.  At right prices I can sell  <%> ^^J^J^<^><K^J^>^<K^J^  ������Jmjnjn$mJmJ������  'SSsSs  rrrra  ass=B  ���������"-" ' "������������������-T  n.'i.,.",:,j  INSURANCE  LOANS  Abbotsford Homeiites  If you are lookingfor a home  or snappy investments  _  in town lots^ acre- .^  -   age or farm  see ������������������;'."v  I  i  The pioneer Real" Estate Broker of Abbotsford  jl',r.',...xgajjs 13\  TAB ABBOTSFORD *OST,   ABBOTSFORD, ������. C,  saaeeiHSBE  saaaatsei  JLUA...���������M'-5  ?gaflBgac5S6Sg^^  PEE  m.l )J���������,j| . , -AlA^l    I       ���������k.tJ.J. .*4.I.A  We are Agents   for.   .,  Phoenix Assurance Co. of London, England  Liverpool, London &.Globe, of Liverpool,, Eng.  British American Assurance Co., of Toronto.  SEE SUMNER  ��������� * * '  For your Insurance.     Fire time is coming along.  i', . i   i     i.i   n.,Un������ijjiiijiinniiiwt!wwiji   i ' nawtmaHSK  svrwwi.  ������������������������������������'"-"' i'-"^������  J   MCELROY 8s Co.  LIQUORS,   WINES  AND   CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  Oor. Issestee Ave. and Osear St.,  ^ppBMMIIWihlLWJM  CITY  ftW'M ��������� ���������'���������!<&*$  ABBOTSFORD, B. C  asm  bristly tot-@lafis ia ������very M������*ect.   Tfee fear -is  RATES,' $1.50 TO&a.CS������ P������R DAY  H. FREEI  PROPRIETOR  Fork, Mutton, Heef, V@aX Pork Sausages,  Weinies  and Balogna always @nhand.    Fish every,.Thursday  GHURGH  SERVICES  Presbyterian    Church��������� ReVt    J% L.  Campbell, B. A., B. B. pastor.  Abbotsford,'11 a.m. and 7;30 p.m.  At Musselwaite Bchool (House   Service every alternate Sunday  at' 3 ,p.mv  ���������   Sunday school every 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.,  alternate 3j2o4^y ^ ' &m'  c. e.j w^^yfa s* s &*���������  Sunday S^UqoI at 3 p. m.  Sunday School (every Sunday at  Presbyterian    Ghurch���������Rev.  j,   Q.  Alder.   '  Glenmore, 11 a.m.  .   Mt.  Lehman, 2;30 p.m.  Pine Grove, 8 ipJm'.  ST.   MATTHEWS   (Anglican),  .   Rev. A. E. Bruce, Vicar.  Services 11:00 a.m'. and 7,:30 p.m.  Holy   Copamunion,   1st   and.3rd  Sundays each month*  .    Catechising and S, S. at 2:30p,m  Choir practice, Wednesday at 8  ABBOTSFORD P08TOFFICE  Office hovuj &fiffir? a. a*.- *������ T ��������������� ���������������   .  Mail tor -pa&rigteBYiJJte every Tjaestfay  and Saturday, I P...nv.  BUSINESS   DIRECTORY   OF-  ABBCT&FOR������.  General Stows  Aul&ier Basffc.  S.. Brooke'.  ���������rf TnT-'i"'  Matsqui   Hbte  -  MISSION CITY, B.C.  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 to $2 per day  CKAS. E. DeWITT, Proprietor  Ho.tfijsr-  AJiUoteford Katal,;^- &*&&#>  Commercial, Mollroy ft Co.  J, W. fejfiga&ma. ,  C. A. Sumner & Co..  Bernau  &   Husband,  J.   J.   McPhee,  A.u&*Ugl$e_T���������������  FEED STORB-  J.   J.   Sparrow.  Croajnery���������  S.   J. Bates, Proprietor,  Hej-dwAFfl ajarf PttrsJtu**���������  M,  AJ^njsOB.   <  BtrtirttfBr*���������  A. M. King.  Livery Stafirte-���������  J. E. Geary, Proprietor.  Baker aosl Gonfaattenar���������  @Q3fi������ajH Anmrsen.  Shosmftteera���������  M. Hauiser.  Board of Trade���������  J, W. I&9@allum, Secretary.  Blacksmith���������  J. McMenemy.  Barcber and Pool Reom���������  Jos. Sanderson.  WANTED TO PURCHASE  Forty  acrdB   Improved  farm  in ^^^     . .  th* Fsaear Valley; with or without   TqSW������ aftB Noveltlee���������  ,...., ���������    ������. 4.������      ��������������� v. Means*  house and buildings, convenient to   Do^tor_  Station or landing. Apply to J.  E. Bralth, Straiton, B. C, for  full  particulars,  first  tetter.  CANADA'S  Greatest Nurseries  Want   a   fr������priesen]tative      for  Eye Sight Speealist  Does the  Finest Optical Wori?.  Medical men and others gay tribute to his skill.  793 GranvilM St. .yancourer  HARRON BROS.  % A, S.wjf.t.'-  SADDLES Y and KaB������WA&������-  B. J. <a-arj������.aey.  M^BflHAJffT  TAILOR.  9?. @, Ooagan.  SURVEYORS  Henderson  and T*yioJC.  i  ABBOTSFOSS B&WQt S9TORB.  MUSIC TEAQBBS-r  Miss AUce Stead.  MISSION ClfY,  B. C. c������n**^tor & BtJILI'-R-  and surrounding district  The reliability, healthy condition  of our slock 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 of our  establishment,  @ur firm's name lends prestige  to our representatives.  Complete line of Nursery SStock  for SSpring 1911.  Haimmond"~& 'Boa.  CARRIAGE   PAINTER-  . Geo. 'Zeigler.  Q  2  <  ik'tK  PLEASE NOTICE  I beg to intimate to my numerous Patrons and  'Friends that I have taken into' partnership "Mr, J.  Glark late of the Abbotsford Lumber Co. and the  business will now be oarried on as  HORSESHOEING  &   BLACKSMITHING  We hope by strict altention to business to obtain a share of your patronage  mmssmmsmmmm  Phone Connection  W. R. CROSBY  Signs and Genera! Advertisin  Painters and Decorators  F. SUMMER'S  Mission City  WORTH  KNOWING  Grass  stains, 'as well as     those  from' fruit, can usually be removed  by   alcohol,  Flower vases stained with ;flour  water can he perfectly cleaned  with tea leaves moistened with  vinegar    ;  . lo help whiten clothes add a  teaspoonful of borax (dissolved in  the last water ia which -the garments are, rinsed  Delicate, china^may *be washed in  wairal water to which a little full  er:s earth has been added instead  of soap  Sansdown trimming (may foe wash   *'���������?  /It  ed Make a little llather of yellow - soap a/nd warm water and  kneed the down in this, then rinse  in cold water with a little blue  in. it  To. bleach faded muslin alla.w a  taVlespoor.ful of chloride of l������nie  to every quart ofwater till allcolor  has disappeared, and then rinse it  very  thoroughly  in clear'water  Aluminium, utensils for the kitchen are "uecoming daily more popular on account of their lightweight and cleanliness They  must never be washed with soda  soap and water 'being ail that' as  required with <a little po-wdered  whiting   for   polishing.  Home Ave,    -   Mission City.  Vancouver, Office aad ohapel���������-  10S4 ������ranville St.,    Phone 3486  Kortife Vancouver, Oflfitae and  chapBl-������������������116 2nd fit. Ph'bne 134  Write  for  full particulars.  TONE & WELLINGTON  The Fonthilt Nurseries.  TORONTO,  \J  Ontario,  PAVING WITH MARBLE  A   portion of the Bo'aleYFtrd,    a  part of Rowley street'and;'half of  t Trinity, avenue in-'GcuverjlieurhaVt;'  EMPLOYMENT      OFFICE  been selected thus'far for building  ������������������������������������ marble roads, <ahi as iriuch  of it  We buy Eggs, Chickens and as has heen complete^; is giving  the greatest s.atisfactip7n ,: The road  PlgS. [ bed  is   first laid with   a   covering  of crushed marble; it is thenjolled  by the steam rcller A" coat of.  hot. asphalt is poured upon it, anion top of that a cover'ng of.crush  ed marble is placed and Tolled,  the,-'abphalt acting as a bin'der It  causes the highway to become watertight and prevents moisture  from soaking into it The stone,  -beiore, it is laid, is sifted tand fre������d  from1 dust ���������The Municipal Journal  BACK TO THE OLD DAYS.  . Backward, turn backward, oh time,  your flight, and give us a maiden  dressed proper and right.   We are so  ���������\veary of switches    and    rats,   Billy.  Bnrke clusters and peach basket hats.  Wads 'of- jute hair in a horrible pile,  stacked on their heads to the height  ,of a mile.   Something is ^yrong with  ttlie maidens, we fear; give us the girls  as they used to -.appear.   vGiye us the  girlies we once knew of yore; whose  curls .didn't come from ,a .hairdressing  store, .'Od'.aidens who dressed with sensible view., and just as Dame Nature  ���������Intended then? to.   Give us a girl'with  .atflgure her own, jg.nd fashioned divine- ,  'sylby nature'alone,   feminine styles  ge!ttmg .fiercer each -year���������Oh.give us  the -gi^s as they used to appear,  Qfy  for" a ������girl with a." sensible mind,_ on������  ���������whose^fair tresses were ample enough  ^vitbirut addition-of make-believe stuff.  iGlve us the days when the.hats wo-  ���������uen wore, were not the reason Chris-  Jia-u men swore; over'our way such a  iair" maiden-steer���������yes, give us a girl  as Bhe>s.ed,toappear.-Ex...i}  Mrs:  bo rtat*  of Straiton     who  has  recenLV 'been suffering    was  -xemoved to/.*e Sumas-hospiUl. n;  Wednesday of. xthis week  m?. FOUR  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,      ABBOTSFORD, B\ 6.  SOCIAL AND PERSONAL  Mr Harry 'Nixon from Vancouver spent last Sunday with lY.ends  iu   Abbotsford  as&i  Miss McLaren from Vancouver  spent a few; days visiting Mr  and Mrs James McGowan returning to her home Tuesday evening   0 ������������������  ' ���������  Mr   J.   W. McCallum'     returned  from Vancouver on Wednesday  Miss May Smith is spending   ��������� hsr  holidays with friends in Seattle.   o   Mr, and Mrs. J. Bates spent the  week end in Vancouver,  The C   P. II. is 'building a   new  station at  Clayburn  Miss Crawford who was spending  her  holidays with friends here, returned home on Tuesday'evening   o   Miss Prefontaine and her brother  from' Vancouver are visiting their,  uncles, the  Messrs Authier's.  Master Frank McCallum' It dm  Hope, spent Sunday last with his  friends here   -  Miss Emily Weir from Vancouver  is spending the holidays with Miss  Jean Alanson   o   Mrs 'Gagfrozn ,������rohi Vancouver  ia the- guest0 of Mrs Harry Fireman  yoir  YOU WILL REQUIRE  Hardware      Furniture  Sasirers 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.  3ss  3SS2EEE  mmmmmmmMmMmimsmsm  WHY  KILL YOUR  WIFE  In the kitchen when you can getfreshjbread;pies:and cakes at the  ABBOTSFORD  BAKERY  ALBERT LEE, prop. . Abbotsford, B. C.  ELECTRIC  POWER ON FARMS,  Mr  The widespread use of electr.city  in  the   other countries of  Europe:  and the many novel use3 to which  the power is put, was one of the  ���������most- striking features of an interesting trip-made by'Hon Adam  Eeck,   chairman   of  the      Ontario  Bob   Bousfield  got a   nasty ��������� Hydro-electric   Commission,'     who  NOTICE.  LIQUOR   ACT,   1910  (Section 49)  Notice si hereby.given that on  the 5th day of August next, application wiLl he made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for  the transfer of the licence for the  sale of liquor Iby retail in and upon   the  premises  known as      the  mmbm  HAMMOND & SON  BUILDERS  AND   CONTRACTORS  kick in the face'Tuesday evening  when breaking in a   wild horse  Patrouize your home merchants  they are the ones' who help Jauiid  up the town  reached   the   city   on      SaU-rtfay  on the Allan.ilmer, "Virginian"  lion -Mr    Beck  stated   that   his  studies of the conditions prevailing  in Germany and elsewhere will ibe  of great assistance to him' and his,  colleagues on the commission   arid  H   Woi'thingtoh of Riverside was ,in their effort to convince.the far-  in town Thursday on business hiers of that'-province o'fthe great  .       ~������  l   advantaged they may reap     from  The A/hbotsford -Livefry stable the employment of-electric power  under the new management of H in their life on the'farm; It .will  and H D. 'McKenzie, is undergoing ' not be long in the Ontario minls-  ���������eon'sideraftle   alterations.        tfhe   tef's opinion," before this is effect-  Estimates given for all kinds of Buildings.  ingd^^ BagBsafl^B^^  Philip McDonald to Sam Giles oi  New Westminster, British. Columbia.  Dated this 5th day of July, 1911  philips Mcdonald, '  Holder  of Licence.  SAM GILES.  Applicant for'Transfer  Jinn' have also added a fine touring car to the equipment, it being  under the charge of Mr Hector  McKenzie  It is expected that the .date of  the Abbotsford and Sumas exhibition will be set now at an early  rate, so it will be wise to he ready   o���������-���������"  Mr C. H. Stuart' Wade informs  this paper that he ;wo'uld esteem it  a favor';if those having good picture's .of  this 'district, could  spare  ed and conditions in the rur&l  parts of the province will be -im-  niea&urab!.y   enhanced  "Our   visit   to   Europe  for   "  the  purpose   of   investigating   a number   of  important matters      con-  nfcted  with the hydro-electric power scheme has 'been successful be  yond" our most sanguine expecla-  lions    We ��������� secured much; valuable  information   at  -the -electrical  exhibition   at   Munich,   amojig      the  most  interesting features of wh'ch  .-i-_--    were- a- model' farm   fully equip-  hima   few! to .send to the Imperial ; pod. with electricity"; and the prac-  Istitute,-London, England   Here is   tu-al      demonstration  of .   eleclric  an opportunity to Tdo a   little et* l.plough.ng,   by   which   from  25   to  fective   advertising   at  little   cost  HOTEL ARRIVALS  Commercial.  W   Powell,   Vancouver.  K  L. Le'gge, Vancouver.  A   R. Stearns, Vancouver.  H   S. Ro-lgers, Vancouver  T  J. Ballard, E. C. E. R.  Ellis  Darker,  City "   .   "  O    Larson,    Vancouver.  H   Cameron, Vancouver.  J   Stum,  Vancouver.  M   O.  Harrow, Victoria.  J    McRae,   Huntingdon.  McLeod, S.umas.  Evans,   Vancouver.  Svvartz,   Vancouver.  F. Gay, Vancouver.  A.   Spiers, Clayburn.  Abbotsford Hotel.  ���������C. Elkihgton, Vancouver.  S. Bell, Vancouver.  D  Kidd, Vancouver.  W. H.Smith, Vancouver.  W   H.Sholsby, Vancouver  T  F.McKnight, Kingston.  P    Chambers.   Vancouver.  Geo, Turn-bull, New Wes-.minster  S   H.  Great;   Vancouver.   ���������  J   McCIure,  Vancouver.  Archie  Greer, Vancouver  Dr   C. - W. Schlosberg,  Vanv ju  ver  T  W; Cox, Vancouver,  W   A. Hills, Sumas.  H    Burton, .Vancouver.  W   Currie, Sumas.  J  J  F  J  N  A  J  oC   acres   were ploughed; with" one  plough  per. day  ���������lJn .practically a.11 the European  , countries electricity is ^extensively  used on farm^ o f25.to IjOOO acres  for light and the 'thrashing and the  ciean.ng of grain, chopping, root  cutting, wood sawing, pumpng  water and for dair.y purposes At  the municipal farm at Berlin which  wo visited over 400 horse power is  used  "Electricity from an economic  ais tandpoint 'should be of greater  value, toour farmers, as farm labor is difficult to procure ma  from 5U to 100 per centjnore costly  ' Electrio ozone -system of ventilation is being used successfully  for schools, hospitals and public  buildings  "The city of Berlin has adopted  electricity as a motive power for  its fire idepartmeht Four tsCa'ions  are already fully equipped and are  dispensing with the ,use ;of horses  and gasoline -motors The Imper- '  iaJ^ Fire Director gaVeufl a most  intoieisting demonstration at one  of  the stations .:'���������<������������������  Amongst the tnany advantages  -is a saving of one-half of ,the  cost .when horse's are_ used, also a  wonderful, saving of "time, it being but. .twelv-e .seconds after the  akrm. was -sounded'when the -de  partn.ont was fully %nder weigh  on ;the street���������Montreal Star.  DISSOLUTION  OF PARTNERSHIP  NOTICE.  F. -Leroy Getchell and W. S. N.  Johnston of Northbrook Shiagle  Company, have dissolved partnership. ���������W. S. N. Johnston undertakes all liabilities from 4.pril 24th  W. S. N.JOHNSTON.  NOTICE  T. J. DeLair has been appointe 1  wy agent during my .absence, entitling him to collect and pay all  bills for me.  W. LYLE.  ABBOTSFORD  esd & Grain S  Don't forget -  WHEAT  $2.00  A sack  We buy Poultry  J. J. SPARROW, prop,'  r, .j  No need to go to Sumas to have  a'photo taken.   "Try  - MURRAY, at Abbotsford  Developing done for amateurs just'the way it is wanted."  HE WESTERN HOi  AND  Tlie Abbotsford Post  BOTH   FOR ONE YEAR  FOR $1.00  REMARKABLE, ISN'T IT? If you want to obtain the very  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 TO  LAST YOU ALL WINTER  rsoti;-& Taylor  (Associate  Members Can.   Soc. C. E.)  f. /  meem  R. A. HENDERSON  B. C; LAND   SURVEYOR  Office, next P. O. .P.O. Box ll  etfS*  jar Cfiamlierlairi  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  Infractor and Builder  Jobbing Brickwork  Chimneys a specialty.  Geo. Zeigler  Carriage, Mouse  and Sign Jointer  ADVERTISE  IN  THE POST  Orders left at the office of Call and getpriees.  C. A. Sumner & Co. will re- All work guaranteed  ceive prompt attention. Abbotsford -       B. C  Painting, Sign Writing  General repair work  J. E. PARTON  Abbotsford       ������        B. C.  Good Storage.Room for  Furniture.  .���������������������������'������������������M'.'\  WATCH ABBOTSFORD GROW


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