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 /'  Al  ���������  i>  'i  X  i  h  41/  'ol  1  :;  V'  I  if  '41  i  >( V  .1  1  f  f  XT  m  1  M  I  1  1!&tri#  3Z  Vol. I., No. 15.  ABBOTSFORD, B, C., FRIDAY, AUG. 19, 1910.  $1.00 PER YBAR  1  if.  i  i  -v.  i  All kinds oi: fresh moats in season.  ONLY  Al   MEATS  KEPT  IN  STQCK  We deliver llic tfoocls  jjft        3. wc (icuvcr mo k������������u������ ���������-^  This is the time of year when many people de-;  cide to build or provide for winter comforts and  summer pleasure.   Good doors and fine 'windows  add beauty and joys.  Consult us before.deciding what you will buy,we  can make it pay you to. do so. .      ;  Nothing but the best hardware shouldbe . used m  any building.  This is obtainable ficm   ���������ll III!        " "    1 ""  Fres  Milt  15 quarts, $1.00*  Delivered twice daily from  June 1st. 1910.    Apply.,'';  Harrop Bros.,   Lvthwood Ranch,    Abbotsford  Our cows are specially selected and quality guaranteed.  Good cows always for sale.  akin:  Best by Test  owcter  '  I have been appointed sole agent for Abbotsford for the Egg-o Baking Powder.  To introduce this new Baking Powder, every  customer coming into our store on Saturday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday will receive a 16 oz.  V h   S ������  e   linrree  We  still have a few of these tins left.  THE  PIONEER STORc.  L. MCPHEE  MUST KM'XTfON  POM  SCHOOL   TRUSTERS  Tliu   ririil   election   for' the   pon-  ilion of HChooi IniBteuH for tho Ab-  rr  1TB  ABKOTSFOKD  COAL   o   .From information received from  a private Monrec wo ipnrn that tho  Abbotsford   coal  is   attracting'-     n  .. , . i.. i   . ��������� irronl doiiVof atton if)7i, and that it  i.-ihirorl   .school   (  Brief av������h  luilti K1 oni (lul' "' \ ,'  ,       ���������     tun   AMw.iurriiTl 1������   of excellent   finality  (U1'  Wednesday  ...   th:   Abbot foul  Mr. ,)..!. MelMioe tho tniH  ychiioi.  (.co who I1.11H represented-the town  011 Ih'ci "A1������i.B<|iii school board conducted tho election, vcpre.sonti.ng  I he education department. -Mes-  bph Hope Alnnson, A. Trotheway  and Gourge ClarU were elected to  roprcHcnt the district until tlu  ndst animal, meeting/ in Juno 1911  when-three new trustees will be elected <lo Verve' the usual form.  The  people are  to be congratulated on'their choice of'trustees.  SPECIAL MEETING OF  THE   BOARD   0,F  TRADE  Willi coat oil and excellent sliip  pin,g   rmcuitic-H   Abbots ford" should  havu a   most excellent' future before it.   , and it is hoped wc shall  all enjoy tho coming .prosperity.  ���������'Abbotsford,   wiU   be   very   muqh  on   the  map   soon.' Just   wo^t,    ,  LAURIER  WILL  ' SPEAK   AT   WESTMINSTER-  A .special meeting,of the Board of  Trade will be, he,ld <\t 8 o'ciock* on  Wednesday  August     24th,     when  Messrs, "Givoday   and   Schumacher  wiU   expLain  the   opportunities   of  the  Sugar  Beet  and Canning  fac-  tory  in Mission Citj-and th e ad    ������"*-^ ^r"���������t ^ ^at  ..,,nfn(rpq the cu.ture of bugai oeetb' ^������ ,..,..        ������������������j.  vanugesuuLuiu to   ..  arnve  19      not  Robert Jardine  .Will make trip to your town as  desired for short meeting.  '    PARDEE  The above telegram received  from Viqtoria yesterday afternoon by Robert Jardine, says the  Nicnvs, UndWtes that tho efforts  put forth by the Liberals of: New  Westminster to induce Sir Wilfrid  Lauricr to visit this city before returning oast have at last been successful.   The  premier will  be here  will bring to the farmers and others  AH farmers and residents are in  v'lted' to be present.  DON'T DO IT  what  time he  will arrive  is  ���������known  Ernest Fisher of Coquitlam, appeared in the police court in -Ne^'  Westminster this week on a charge  of .starting a fire in the' bush *ith  out' a license.. He pleaded guilty  to the charge'and-was fined' $50  and 'costs. ThX .penalty was a  little .severe, but the .crown timber  agent has come to the conclusion  that this is the only way to impress on the public extreme caution  in setting put' fires is to deal with  the case in the police court.  ANNIVERSARY SERVICE  ' On Sunday, August 21st the An-  niversay services will be held .<������������������  ihe St. Matthew's church. The  church was opened for service -?n  October 28th, 1900 and consecrated  on August 15th, 1909.  THE  FIRST   DANCE  | gggga  The first dance of the season is  to be he-Id in the Maple Leaf Hall  on Tuesday evening, August the  23rd The finest music that was  ever heard ini Abboteford has been  secured for the occasion-the  Bardweil Orchestra of Bellingham  Washington. If . you don't believe us gc( to the dance and see.   o   . - Dr. Schumacher and Mr. Giroday  of Mission City paid our town a  visit on Wednesday in the interest  of the' beet sugar factory. A public meeting will be held here on  August tha 21th in.the. evenui'  ���������when the above named gentlemen  will address the public on the su  gar beet industry. This shou-d  interest .all -the farmers in the district,  Mr. Henry Freeman returned to  town o;n Tuesday evening from  Kamloops where he has been spend  ing the past few months. He expects to stay a-week, or so heroic he returns. Heavy is looking  as though the/climate at Kamloops  agreed   with him.  Miss Turnbull is  visiting friends  in Vancouver.  SIR WILFRID'S SUNNY SMILE  RETURNED   TO   ABBOTSFORD  Mr. J. A. McGowan and bride re  turned to town on Monday evening  They were welcomed at the station  by the citizens, who-were there to  wish them long life and prosperity  The platform and the car were covered with rice, so were the happy  couple.   o   LOCKOUT IN WINNIPEG  Winnipeg, Aug. 18.-Notice was  served to-day on union labor employees in the building trades in  Winnipeg that a lockout would  be enforced by the building #m-  tractors to-morrow. Thousands  of men will be effected.  _ .o*   CHOLERA IN ITALY  Bar!, Italy,~A"g 18,-The latest  report on the outbreak of Asiatic  cho'iera in the province of Bari  ���������Belle shows that there have been  thirty-two deaths. The authorities 'are taking, energetic measures  to   cope   with   the   scourge.  A CASE FOR THE  RAILWAY  COMMISSIONERS  Whc'rf IJho railway commission- '  e.rH meet at the coast in September  (hey will probably adjourn to the  town of Huntingdon to solve the  knotty little problem there. Tho  C. P. R. and the V. V. & E. railroads which run right through the  centre of the town,'have shut off  all tho lilreots so that there arc  only onp' or two crossings in the  whole   town.  This  action has caused vigorous  .  opposition on the part of the people and the provincial government  has taken up  the matter.   Neville  Smith has been instructed to make,  surveys of the grades and crossings  at Huntingdon and the result of his  findings will be' placed before the ���������  railway commission.  The  work of surveying was begun this week.   o   Mr and Mrs. Harry Eby and son  l left on Wednesday for a week's holi  day in Vancouver.   o���������   TMrs. and Mjss Boyd returned  home from Vancouver on Wednesday   evening.  Mr. J. W. McCallum left for Vancouver   Thursday   evening"  Mrs.'-- Molefircaux    and -sons,     of  Cloverdale .spent  a few  days      in'  town' thiia   week.   "While   in  town  they  were the  guests of Mr.  and  Mrs. Blair of the Commercial.    .   ,  Mrs. Dr. Swift spent'a few days  with friends in Vancouver, return-  home on Wednesday/evening.  Something^pecial in Toilet Soap  at ABBOTSFORD DRUG STORE-   *__   Mr H. H. Skelton will sing at the  anniversary services on - Sunday  i,n St. Matthew's church. He WiU  sing, "O, Rest in the Lord."  Mr. J. McRae is now in the real  estate   business.   o   Mr. J. J. Sparrow's new buildinjr  is about completed and he  will soon b$ open for business. His  many'friends here will wish him  success in the flour and feed business, and no doubt will back their  good wishes by giving him all the  patronage possible. That's the  the' way to do it.  The Mr. J. J- Tierney who was  drowned at Stewart this week was  well known around Abbotsford, he  having had a contract with the  B. C. E. R. Ust year.   o   Among those who attended the  Vancouver exhibition were Messrs  P. McCulloch, D. Nel4on and L.  Authiex.  ���������Mr. L. Lelgace spent the week  tend   at   New   Westminster.   ^  Mr. W. Roberts of Peardonvilie  was in town on Thursday.  Mr and Mrs. George Clark were  passengers to the coast on Thurs;-  day morning.  Mr. D. W. Turnbull was  in Vancouver with friends, over Sunday.  ���������Mr. Lightfoot, representing W.  II. Malkin Co., was in town ot  Thursday ttv4^".'    *&5i3am&3GGa  'jaaXaaeiSSSiaBs  .-- i  tW6  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,  ABBOTSFORD. B. C.  K  ���������  CHURCH   SERVICES  Presbyterian    Church���������   Rcv,    J. L.  Campbell, B. A., R. I), pastor.  Al.ibol.sl'rj.-(.|, n'a.m. and 7:.'{() p.m.  upper Sumas, May 20, and every  niti"mate Sunday  at 1}  p.m..  ��������� C. IS., Wednesday at 8 p.m.  Sunday School at 'A p. in.  Methodist Church-  S unci ay School 10 a. in.  Presbyterian    Church���������JluV.    A,    Y),  Alder.  Mount Lehman, 11 a.m.  Pine Grove, 7 ;30 p.m.  Glenmore, 12 ;30  St. Mathews Church- -  Rev. A. E. Daviss,     Vicar.  .���������\bb'/i:.s.ord.���������  Services for August,  Anniversary   Service,   August   21st  at 2 ;30 p.m.  August 28th at .11 a.m.  C.ayburn  every   Sunday   at   7 :o()  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  I'liliilslH-il    every    Frlilny    by    Ihe    l-'o.st  I'iiIiIImIiIiijv Company.  A w I'.ly .Ifniriiiil (l^vniofl t������ ilu'. Intor-  "���������:|H   til'   AlilltitsltJI'd   1111(1   HUK   "Hilling   (11,1-  'irlct.  /.d w.'i-il- Imk  Kali'i iii.'i.le J:now .    'n ap-  iiic'ntloii. , ���������  U'ICi.M. A I )\'KIJTI,'UNCI��������� -12 ci'iif.'-i per  iiiie Inr (lr.-.l insei'lluii, and S renin a line  I'or all >MilK-:0(|Lii!iil, eonnoculh (i In-icrtloiiH.  Our'Shibboleth���������Holthor for nor agin'  ������������������.Jio   G-ovornmont.  ���������*���������"        ., "   .... i, .. '....j;:.���������..���������������������������...���������L.ur.'  FRIDAY, AUGUST 19,   1910  ABBOTSFORD   PCSTOKFICE  Olllce hours from 8 a, in, to 7 p. in.  No 33-1 Mail train from Vancouver  and cast due S;07.  No Iiu7 Mini train from State.* duo  C .-53.  ���������   Train No. 311 south bound due al  8;07; No 308 due at .17:27.  Train No. 307 north bound due at  e;rj3; No 313- due at 3 8:22.  Great Northern���������going1 north at  0;20; going south at 7;1D.  Al'all (or Upper Sujiuih every Monday,  Wednesday aiul-Salurday,, L p. in.  Mail for Peardonvilie avary Tuesday  and Saturday, 1 p. -m.  Mail for Aldergrove, Shortrccu  and Otter, every-Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 1 p.m.  BUSINESS   DIRECTORY  ��������� "ABBOTSFORD.  OF  General Stores ���������  A uthier Bros.  D. W. Turnbull.  M. L. McPhee.  Hotels���������  Abbotsford Hotel; I-I. Freeman, Prop.  Commercial, J. A. Blair, Manager.  Real   Estate���������  J. W. McCallum.  C. A, Sumner.  Western Realty, J. J. McPhee &, W.  Nelson.  Lindsay Russell, C. E.  Auctioneers���������  Lindsay Russell, C. E.  J'.   W. McCallum  Banks���������  Royal Bank of Canada, W. H. Ken-,,  Manager.  Creamery��������� l  H. A. Howe, Proprietor.  Hardware and Furniture���������  11.   Aianson.  Butchers���������  J. Monkman.  Ruthig and King.  Liverv Stable���������  Lyle & Anderson  Baker and Confectioner���������  L. Legace.  RESTAURANT-  Conrad Andersen.  Painters���������  J. W. Golden.  Shoemakers���������  M. Hauser.  Board of Trade���������  J. W. .McCallum, Secretary.  Blacksmith���������  Stanley Ausneau.  .Barber and Pool Room���������  Jcs. Sanderson.  G. Isenor.  Tobacco and  Novelties���������  J. V. Means.  Doctor���������  T. A. Swift.  SADDLER Y   and   IT AR.D W A R!?-..  li. J. Gciv.aoy.  CARPENTER   and   CONTRACTOR  R. J. Shannon,  MERCHANT   TAILOR.  T. C. Coogan.  SURVEYORS  ilenuerson   and  Taylor.  Tt has been announced that Sir  Wi'.frid will speak at Now Westminster. It wou'-d have boon too  bad if the News had. not been permitted to- have one of Lauricr's  speeches without copying it out  of  another  paper.  Tho opinion c\ pressed by many  i.'i thai, ii" J:jIui O-'ivcr were appointed to the railway commission  i'; will b'.! ii.u excellent ono  and ono1 in which the interests of  (he people would be safeguarded  it a"I limes. I  'During his political career he  has made a study of what railways .slion'.d do. fir tho people and  is no doubt we'd informed as to' the  ���������kjht'i  of tho  pcop'.e.  (  The next few years will see a  great many rai'ways built in this  province and it would be well t<  have a-representative on the coin  mission from this province. John  would be the best man at present  ^vai'able' in the province that we  know of and his clay in politics is  most probably over. Ho should  have  some  reward.  Considerable news has been ov  er-ooked this week owing to the  pressure on our space through advertising, and the weather being  unusually ��������� hot we, do not feel like  enlarging the paper, so we hope  our readers wi'.l pardon our crowding  in  so  much  advertising.      We  ���������trust   to   make   improvements  t.h.q   paper   before   long   that  mako   it   more   interest'ng   to  i-eaders. '  THE  POOR  PARSON  chor. The chorus girl earns more  So does the bartender.- The hung  man earns as. much. A fair'jockey  earns twhe as much. , Christians  arc wi'.ling to pay far more for  their amusements .than fori their  seventh day religious instruction  'J he heathen who make their witch  doctors the most venerated men in  (ho tribe show a truer understanding of what religion should be than  do  we  Christians.-WEEK   '  WOMICN CONVICTS  ARBf-GIVEN  MIRRORS.  \mwmmmmmmMwm  GENERAL MERCHANTS  ���������*^������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������n���������.������������������!!���������������������������! |, nnm i wm bib i ���������iigTn-itf������������irin>rirnnM"ii<i������iw������i������i^������^  A prison has been established in  Glasgow for women where there is  a rcmarkab'e amount of freedom;  where every woman has a looking  glass and where tho prisoners are  taught by a ca'istenic instructor  to wa.k gracefully, ani to rogni->  their self-respect,, is one of Scotland's latest efforts at prison reform.  The now jail in Glasgow is a model prisons. It is built on .one of  the most startling styles.by an architect who understands that the  most perfect discipline moans tho  'miAstp   'crfc'et   freedom.-  ,  ,  Outside   the   mode!   prison   looks  liki; a stone fortress, inside like   a  fairy  palace of white painted  bal-  cor-.vjs   and   light,   open   air   stair-  canes and corrideiB b.u'-t in a ccrlc-i  of   radi   * n/r   /-tlaiVkp    wing,-,,   cli-  \ ided   from  each  other ,by      lofty  courts   covered  ,wi lh   glass,   One  ������ ingle warder seated at the-.'centro  can   control  th-o   whole   300  or   100  inmates  at  a g'ance;  .It  needs',no  espionage, no watching, no degrading sense of suspecting and (,kcck-  ing11 at each ce'-l ,door.   The    cells  are not kept fast;locked like the  English ..prison, cells. ���������  Every kind bf.;industr.y,,istaught.  (hit isp ossibl���������first-class, laundry,  work and the., getting up of fine'iin-  ���������contracts..being taken..from, the  chief hotels, and ,the. long lines of  the Iaundry;.hung with; the' beautifully ironed ��������� and.1, starched jlingerie  Professional cooks are;.hired to give  instructions in the making of dishes, and special;.atoves.;are brought  into the prison chapel, where the  demonstration takes place.���������Ex.  . o " V"  Send the Post to -your.friends in the  Bast. .-���������.,.  Only first class  , Groceries,  , Dry Goods,  Flour,. Feed, and- Grain  Boots and,Shoes  ' Kept in stock  Essendene Ave.,  Abbotsford, B. C.  ' dS& mmmmmm eawflUBmwiwa mssm m/mmmasm o s TO-zgg&xBBacatw aivmmnw^e^ >,  Q!  HARNEsjo  Single driving harness.  Double driving harness.  General farm harness.  Logging harness.  Made to Order.      Satisfaction guaranteed.  P. O. BOX 45.  LIVERY AND FEED STABLE  Iand;  TOURING AUTOMOBILE  We can give you the best  of attention at Reasonable Rates.  Our New Touring Automobile"is in great demand.  Wm. LYLE  Stables on Essendene Avenue  in  will  our  WATER   NOTICE-  .������������������.r-������r-..-'.,.  epjace  g    ABBOTSFORD.   BAKER  |   Bread, Buns, Kisses,  | Cream Puffs  ������       Wedding Cake a Specialty  |  ABBOTSFORD,  B. C.  **{=  S  ,::,s^^t;;;:r;feJfcJJ::IV-^Jt^JfeJ������..'<.ji.o/.j<..!!..K_ii,...  ir trnc a a -/{���������->(���������-/("/*-'/r-ip->^-/<;-jv',r->r5A"-/r-/r-rt"/r:)?  What's the matter with religion?  This  paraphrase  of   the      histoi'c  quesMon about Kansas is suggested  by an article in th-j New York P>ut  whi-'b gives statistics about clergy  men's salaries in the United States  Th=;  i revitab'.c conc-lusion  from    a  study of   h: tables is that the average churchgoer is not in earnest a  Lout   hisreligion;   if   he   were,   lv-:  v/tfuld not suffer his clergyman to  e: i -it on 1I13 wages of unskilled la-  burc]-.   Even if he had no personal  liking for his pastor,  he would  honor his  work, and wou'd feel it  a tingi-ace  ihat a minittsr of God  should  have  to  be  also  a martyr.  The earthly reward of the clergy in  the   'United   States   is   about   $665  Ihj figure is taken from the census  import   and   is   offi'cia'l.   Contrast  lhi:s wage  with the handsome salary  paid  to Marce'.line,  the  clown  at th2 New York hippodrome. Marcel line   gets   $10,000   a year,       and  has   a long   holiday.   Most   of  his  salary, one may take it for granted  is made up by men and women who  are  supposed to  be      churchgoers  and   whj   are   at  ".cast   Christians.  Another   circus   pci former,   named  Desperado receives $500 a week.for  diving  fro?a th.i  top  of a tent  to  land upon his ch33.t upon a runway  Tar   below.   Acrobats   earn   air the  way   from   $50   to  $200   a week,  so  that the poorest of them receives  what   wou.d  keep  four clergymen  and   their   families.   Consider   the  V.'us th-.it was offered too by nom-  iiial Christians to tempt two thugs  like Jeffries and Johnson to batter  cat li other.    Ii would keep one hun  drccl ami fifty ministers and  their  families   for  a year.   The   average  professional baseball player earns  twice as much as the average prea-  NOTICETS HEREBY GLVENthat  an application, will-be made under  Part V.-of the "Water-Act; 1909"  to obtain a .liaense in ��������� the-Chilli-  wack Division of the New Westminster   District.  (a.) The name,.address and occupation of the applicant, H. A.  Howe, Abbotsford, B. C., .saw mill  manager,  (b.) The name of the lake, stream  or source, an unnamed,spring, rising in the N(. W. 1-4, Sec. 14,-Tp. '.13,  E. C. M., within th������' limits-of. ..the  V. V. & E. Ry. R .0. W.  (c) The point of ��������� diversion, at  the southerly boundary of the right  of way of the V. .V. & E. railway.  (u.) The quantity of- water applied for (in cubic' feet per-second)  1-10 cubic foot.  :     : ���������  (e.) The character ofthe proposed works, pipe line.  (f;) The jrernises on which" the  water is to be used, Pine Grove  Lumber mill and premises/ situated  in the'N.'W. 1-4, Sec. 14, Tp 13.  (g.) The purposes, for which the  water is to be used, water "supply  and pond for mill.  (j.) Area of Crown land intended  to be occupied. by'.. the proposed  works, none.  (k.) This notice was posted on  the 4th day of-August. 1910, and application will be made to .the. Commissioner on the 6th day, of September  1910. ' ���������"  "  (1.) Give the names and addresses of -any. riparian >proprietors or  licensees who or whose lands are  likely to be affected by the propos.  ed works, either above or below.th ���������  outlet,. C.  Christie.  PINE GROVE LUMBER CO  HENRY A. HOWE,    -  Abbotsford, :B. ,-C  July 29th, 1910.  . -   Builder and Contractor  Roughiand Finished Lumber always on  hand  Estimates furnished free .    . .  Abbotsford anrj Mission  J. W. GOLDEN  : Painting  Paper Hanging  j Decorating  Sign Writing  Kalsomining  Graining  ABBOTSFORD. B. C. =  CANADfAN  PAIR   DATES.  Stock  Show and  Race Meet,  at  Edmonton,  August   23   to J26.  Canadian National Exhibition at  Toronto, August 27 to Sept 10.     -  Dominion Exhibition  at St. John  N. B., September 5 to 15.  .  Western Fair,  at  London, Sept-'  ember 9 to 17.  Central Canadian -Exhibition at  Ottawa,  September 9  to 17.  Provincial Exh'bition, New Westminster, B. C. October i to 8.   ������0������   When you hear that a man talks  mean about you, do you "consider  the source," . or do you go to him  about it?  WANTED TO RENT in Matsqui  in one ormore blocks���������300 or 400 ac.  good land already under cultivation.' State terms to P. S. care of  this  paper, Mission  City.  I  INSURANCE LOANS  Abbotsford Homesites  Watch  Abbotsford   GROW!-  If you are looking for a home  or snappy investments  in town lots, acreage or farm  property  -see .���������  The Pioneer Real Estate Broker of Abbotsford      J  J  I  "4  \ii  f  1  m  I  M ���������  ���������U  Ml?  4  m  i  m  f  if*:  I'  iff  F  i  i  4  %.  i  ,i4  Mm. w  THE, ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  fflREE  3?  I  of  l'  f  if  ���������tS  M ���������:  a  f  1  m  Mi  S'l  'u  fT  I&2  /���������*.  3  wfe  ,y*  T  WHWW BUWI HWMrfMfrW  otsford and Fraser Va  xchange  investment Company  ABBOTSFORD  25 of which are cleaned and under cultivation; 11 acres  3CFPS ������*' Pra���������> ^l ^ne bearing- orchard of 80 apple, pear and  cav^il KsO   p]um trees,  a   choice variety of small fruits,  small  house and one million feet of timber (no lease).     This property adjoins the1  Hygienic Dairy and the ������Matsqui Oil fields, has two running streams and is'  the very finest of soil.    This is one of the finest pieces of property in the  Fraser Valley.    The owner must sell and will accept $80 per acre.  $3200 cash, balance in one year.  We are entrusted with the sale of 7 lots adjoining the Townsite of Abbotsford, averaging .66 ft. x 90 ft. and the price is  $200 per lot  Speculators should investigate this.  LAND EXCHANGE OFFICE  ,    MANAGER  ABBOTSFORD, B.C.  ���������JhJnJmJ*  l>  ���������  THE  GAME-: ACT  Regulations Made:;Under:the Game  Act for the OpenjandClose  Seasons During 1910  Cock Pheasants,, may be shot in  the Cowichan Electoral District  between 1st October, and 31 December both days .inclusive.  In the Islands Electoral District  except the municipality od..North  Saanich between, 1st October and  31st  October,  both   days inclusive.  No pheasant shooting ,is allowed  in any other part of the province.  Grouse of ail kinds ,may be shot  on Vancouver Island, the Islands  adjacent thereto, and the Islands  Electoral District, between 15th!  ��������� September and 31st December, both  days inclusive, with the exception  of willow grouse in the Cowichan  Electoral  District.  Blue and willow grouse in the  Richmond, Dewdney, Delta, Chilli-  whack, and in that portion of the  Comox, Electoral Districts on the  Mainland and Islands adjacent  thereto, on Texada Island, and in  that portion of Kent Municipality  situate in Yale Electoral District  between the 15th October and 31st  December bolh days inclusive.  Of all kinds in th Fernie and Cran  brook   Electoral   Districts   may   be  and 28th February, both days inclusive.- "      '  Ducks "of all kind and snipe may  be shot on Vancouver Island and  Islands adjacent thereto, and in the  Islands ,Ele,ctoral district between  ween 15th September, 1910, and 28th  February, 1911, both days inclusive,  and geese at any time. ������  Columbian or Coast deer may be  shot on Vancouver Island, the Islands adjeacent thereto, and the  folands - Electoral District., "uet-  Scxatember 15th and December 15 th,  both days inclusive. Throughout  the remainder of the province, except the Queen Charlotte Islands  they, may be shot between Septem  ber 1st and December 15th, both  days inclusive.  Wapiti are not allowodf to be  shot anywhere in the province.  Sale of Game ;-Columbia or Coast  Deer may be sold-on the Mainland  only between September 1st and  November 15th, both days inclusive.  Ducks, Geese and Snipe may be  sold throughout the province during the month.s of October and November only.  Nothing contained in the above  regulations affects Kaien Island,  the Yalakom Game Reserve in the  LiHooet District, or the Elk River  THE  FISHING  SEASON  shot  only  during  the  month      of &ame Reserve i:i the East Kootcn-  O^roV'V. ay District.  ���������l?li=i.' :uul willow grouse, and ptarmigan, may be shot throughout the  remainder of the Mainland between  1st September and 31st December  b:ith days inclusive.  Quail may be shot in the Cowich  an, Esquimalt, Saanich, and Islands  ���������c.     ,i.    Dictricts,   between      1st  October   and  31st   December,  both  days inclusive. *  .t-.raV-1-t chicken may be shot  throughout the province during the  month of October.  Ducks, Geese and. Snipe may be  may be shot }iroughout thq Mainland and the; Islands adjacent there  thereto, between 1st September and  An advertisement of the fishing  season and of (hs alt-acjjns of t.ie  now famous interior as a fisherman's paradise, contains the following descri-lion of a fisherman ;  "He liseth1 up early in the morning  and dis'liu'ke h the who'e household  mighty are his preparations;,.,he  goeth forth full of hope; when the  day is far spent he. returneth smelling of strong drink and the truth  is not in him." We wonder if this  ad relates to any of your local do  votees of Isaac   Wa ton.���������Ex.  ODE TO CANADA   ;.  .Oh! Canada! thou fair, thou lovely  land,  Oh! let me sing a while thy praises  loud,     '���������  Happy and Free- upon thy hills     I  stand, <  And visw thy glories nature hath  endowed.  And have they called thee "Lady of  the Snows?"  Is that the only title for thee found  Land of tho app'e of  the  vine more  shows  Tho  glorious  riches  that  with   the  abound]  Land of the forest and the^bright  blue  lake,  The  wooded hillside, and the  rip-  ,   p'-ing   stream,  Where  the wild  deer comes  down  his thirst to, slake,  And  the  bright  sunshine  sets   the  whole   aglcam.  Land of tho wheat, thy mighty thri-  ,s kig West  Where freedom through the cornfields loves to sing,  'Tis   only   'neath   the  snow      thou Mission City, B. C.  n  takes-thy rest, CALIFORNIA'S   STATE  FA  As ,'neath   a blanket,   sleeping  till ��������� '   the   spring. , The   Panama-Pacific   Intern*  To Thee as  to the promised  land   al Exposition will have a boot it  ih:*y come, .    the California State Fair, to bel-d  Those   whom   sweet   Fortune'hath | at   the   State   Capital,  Sa'crarrr-'o  -Sera-  not smiled upon,  And here with thee, they hope to  make   a home,  Where brighter days may soon upon them dawn.  From many a land they have held  thy   star,  The star of hope to them it did appear,  And led by it, lo ! they have journeyed far,  To fashion neath thy sway, a new  career.  Blest be the, day that saw thy happy   birth.  That saw thee1 from the wilderness  arise,    '  Great be thy future, blessing all  the  Earth  With all  that,makes her more     a  Paradisic.  ���������John A Lampard,  from September 3rd to 10th.  ial representatives of the Ex*  ition will have charge of the bffh  which will be elaborately debated. In addition to a minatur<je-  presentation of the canal zonepd"  other educational features, y\-M  ture pertaining to the Expos on  al movement will be distribute to  tho throngs attending the , , ,ir.  Thousands of people /will tb*u(be  reached directly and put in  mate touch with the 1915 Fair  ti-  nd  given a clear idea of what it mi.ns  " i  not  alone  to SanFrancisco  bui to  the  entire  Western   slope.  This exposition is essentiall  Western project and thc-diredors  of it are urging ail friends-of the  movement to get busy with iieir  congressmen in favor of San Fan-  cisco Exposition.  ��������� 'J s " ,  W'.V^ZPv.  ??3*i2  i1)  RAYMOND SUGAR BEET FACTORY, RAYMOND, ALBERTA Liift>f/U<[-f lft/'tllb-t'.'U-.'V.-J.,  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  PLAN OF   SUBDIVISION   OF   LOT   2  fy'.BDI VISION OF ABBOTSFORD, BEING S. W. 1-4 Sec. 22 Tp. 16, E. C- M., N. W. D.  SGAlkt.  1 INCH. ��������� ..,.''  AND   WATCH   YOUR   MONEY   GROW  , This subdivision was placed on the market a short time ago and many lots have been sold.      Those remaining are good .and buyers will  undoubtedly double their investment.  ALL RAILROADS LEAD TO ABBOTSFORD  We hav'|the C. P. R., Great Northern, V. V. & E. and the B.C. Electric, with a prospect of several others.  ABBOTSFORD IS 40 MILES FROM VANCOUVER  The town is situated 40 miles from tlie principal city of the Province. Three miles from the International Boundary and six miles from  main line of C. P. R., situated on branch to Seattle and in the centre of a splendid fruit and agricultural district with bright prospects for coal  mining and oil centre.  V  FOR   INFORMATION  APPLY TO  OR ANY REAL ESTATE AGENT  IN  ABBOTSFORD, B. C  r  i  9LV  l{  l-l'l  i a  11  i n  \\  U  ������  m  ,������  'Ml  4  A  m  m  1.  71  *s  1  i  -i  f  ft  4  or  ���������1  ,'^i  is  h  1  I iff  51  USs Simfwmmm  .',  1  m  fl  ip  %  *'  It  W  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,       ABBOTSFORD, B. 6.  ^FiVE^  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  Capitalpaid up, $5,000,000.  Reserve Fund, $5,700,000.     .  Total Assets, $70,000,000.  - ,    A general banking business transacted.  SAVINGS    BANK  Accounts opened with Deposits of $1.00 and upwards.    Home Savings Banks issued.  Banking by mail given every attention. We  have correspondents throughout the world.  GEO. H KERR, manager  AffgsTmrssrr  J. McELROY & Co. '  LIQUORS,   WINES   AND   CIGARS^  OF THE BEST QUALITY  Cor. Essendene Ave. and Oscar St.,  CITY  ''      BASEBALL IN :HEAVEN  Mattapoisset,   Mass.,      Aug  .10-  Ba,seba|ll   fans   are   jubilant   today,  oven-    the    possibility    that   when  they reach the golden shore, home  runs and base hits may be among  the   attractions (there.       At   least  that is tho idea- of the Rev. Julian  C.'TuthV'l/ of  the  Congregational  church here, who in a sermon declared that there was no reason apparently   why   the   great  national  garme of America should not     be  found in some form or another in  the. world to come.     ^ ".aid     in  part.   Heaven is but an evolution  of  this  world.   A  christian     fin ay  'loy.e a ball game, and iov;img it remain   a christians   "Why   then      is  it not safe to prophesy that even  'ivi game of baseball will have its  pi,ac;e- iin  aoine   spiritual  form     in  heaven? ,  PERHAPS THE HAPPIEST  ,Min.5istoM���������������Imad������    seven     hearts  happy to-day.   ,  parishioner���������now was that?  Married   three  couples.  Parishioner���������That makes only six.  Minister���������You don't think I do. it  for. nothing?   o   Photographic  Papers ..and  chem-  1 Abbotsford drug store  FRi  Farm Lands  and  '' Town Lots  VANCOUVER AND ABBOTSFORD  mam^gamamMxgi!2K&^  We shall have a Milking Machine on exhibition and a large display of Agricultural Goods  Look for our stand in the Machinery Hall.  A. G. BROWN 8c CO.  1048 Westminster Ave., Vancouver,.* .C|  _>- RATHER DIM  A tourist concluding a   visit to  Ireland, w.as bidding farewell to an  ���������'attendant.  >   "Good-bye,  Pat."  "Good-bye yer 'onour, and may  .ecery hair in your head be a candle  to light you to glory ,on the last  day:"  ' liWe'J, Pat," said the .tourist  showing a Toald pate, "when that  dajy comes there .won.'t be,, much of  a | ^torchlight  procession." .  opened..   Vancouver's  ABBOTSFORD, B. C,  Strictly first-class in every respect.    The bar is  stocked-with the best of wines, liquor and'cigars,  RATES,  $1.50  TO  $2.00   PER   DAY  H.-FREEMAN,  ^g tj,ttr .-nf.r.i-^^r/ia*  PROPRIETOR  Laurier  ca'pbage.. show this. week.  want  aiwassers  jfahen the young husband arrived,  home from the office he found his  wife in tears. "Oh, James,".sha-sob  bejel', "I had; baked-,* lovely, cake,  alid put.it on the,-backp.orch for  i frosting, ijto.t dry, and the dog. ate.  'it'.". ; , ���������   ��������� - ���������'  '.'Weil,-djn:t cry about at dear,''-  he gently..said, ."I., know a man  who will give; us-another dog.���������Ex.  She   was   a ship  ,  A  great big - ship  And she sailed across the sea-  it!  Our "Want Ad." columns ������ro  rteatfHy ffrowlnff a* people ap-  preoteto-thelr value, v   -  Thoy help ono over,many of  Ufa's tflfltourjt������8.  Kevo yott B������4 somotnlnff you.  ������o no* naotf, ������r. nood something  m������u haw ������o������.(ret?"  Do you wes>t to land, borrow,  buyer solCF  A Want Ad will do the worn.  apply  The Abbotsford Post  Next door to Post Office.  DATES OF EXHIBITIONS  THROUGHOUT. PROVINCE.  First Circuit  Alberni   Sept. 14 and 15  Nan-aimo    Sept. 16 and 17  The Islands (  Sept 21  Comox         Sept 22 and 23.  Cowichan     ���������    Sept  23  and  24  Victoria   .-    Sept   27  to  Oct.  1  N. and S. Satiich   Oct. % and   8  Second Circuit  Coquitlam   -- ..���������-���������-. .Sept   20  Maple  Ridge  -- "Sept 21 .and 22  Mission  .----���������������������������������������������   Sept 29  Agassiz    ���������������������������������������������     Sept 27  and 28.  C'hi'JHwack -��������������������������� Sept 20,' 21 and   22  Third   Circuit  Nicola   -   Sept  13 andL -14  -Armstrong ������������������������������������Sept 22 and 2  Vernon ��������� -- -kept "to  17  Kamloops   ���������    Sept   28  to    30  -KelowiKi��������� ���������-���������   Sept 20  and    21  Salmon Arm   Sept 23 and 24  Summerland���������-  Oct.  17  and    .16  Fourth Circuit  Surrey       8ePt  27  Langley   Sept 28  Eburne     "Sept  29  and  30  Ladner     :     Sept   23   and   24  Fifth Circuit  Nelson     8ept 28 to 30  Cranbrook     Sept 23 and    24  Kaslo ��������� ������������������- Oct 20 and 21  ..Blobbs-rrWhat did Cynicus say  when you. told him you thought he  -would., make. a.good  husband?  S'.abbs���������He simply. said he  thought he was worthy of a, better  fute.   *   Three deaths were caused in Vancouver Lately, one by the street  cars and the other by vehicular traf  fie.  Ice  it  Stephens!      Ice  BE A BOOSTER  If things, don't seem to .suit you  An' the world seems kinder wrong-  What's the matter with a-boostin'  Just to  help, things  along?  'Cause  if  things should stop a-goin'  We'd be in a sorry plight,  And just ke:ep that horn a-blowin'-  B.oost  'er up with all your  might.  If you, see some feller tryin'  For to make1 some project go,  You  can   boost  it  up ,-a trifte,  That's your cue to-let. him know  That you're not a-goin'to knock it  'Just because it ain't your shout.  But you're goin1 to boost a   little  :Cause they ain't no use. on earth  Do you know there's   lot  o'   people  Settin' round in every town,  GrowHn'   likjef .a.  broody   chicken  Knockin' every good thing down?  Don't you be that kind.o' cattle,  'Cuse they ain't no use on earth.  You just be a booster rooster,  Crow: and boost- for all iyour>worth  If your town! needs boostin'boost 'er  Don't hold back and see  If some other feller's willin'  Sail right in.   This country's.free.  No   one's got a mortgage on   it.  It's just yours as much as his.  If your town is shy on boosters  You get in the boostin' biz.  Agricultural   iouthvfest  If you want a specially nice'box  of candy got it at the  ABBOTSFORD DRUG STORE?  Mrs. Warden of Vancouver is  visiting her sister Mrs. James Nelson.  Winnipeg, Aug   8th, 1910  W. E. Scott, Esq  . Deputy  Minister  of  Agriculture.  Victoria,  B.   C.  Dear Sir���������  I _have'  the  honor   to  report   as  follows;  I saw 25 boxes of peaches from ���������  B. C. in jobbing house here, had |  been packed ,and shipped in apple  box.es.without..paper, just thrown  in, apparently had been ripe when  shipped, were rotting, too much  fruit in one' box. This method o.  Lhii-ping peaches is certainto prove  unsatisfactory, to growers and ship  pers in.the way of diminished returns and at the same, time not acceptable .to the.- trade here. Peaches  being a tender fruit should be pack  ed' and picked in the regulation  peach box. Don't attempt.- any.innovations -in th3 way of shipping  unless you are prepared to pay for  the experiments, more particularly  at this time when you are trying to  mov 1. g^od crop f Dr profitable returns. I also saw 15 cases of Olivette cherries here from the Progress Packing Co., Victoria, arrived in good condition, baskets wed  filled and packed. I further saw  .about 65 cases of peaches from Vernon in jobbing h }U3~ here, had been  shipped in regulation box were-  sound and fairly well packed, but  showed large cfcemou colored patch  es on the\ fruit, it gave them a bad  appearance incomparison with perfect fruit, and would certainly detract from the market -gri.ee. I  supposed it was attribuatable to  mildew and this along with other  details of orchard work must be  done with care and judgment to  avoid injury and bad results. The  few peaches arriving at present  from B. C. are coming in by express  .10 car lots as yet.  Jobbers at this and other points  complain of tha unsatisfactory methods pursued by some shippers  of  B. C. quoting prices and agreeing  to   ship,   then   after   jobbers   have  ordered they fail to do so.       This  annoys  and disappoints  them and  hey   resolve   not   tohandle   B.   C.  fruit it it can be obtained     elese-  where.   This method of doing busi  ness   is   most   unsatisfactory    and  wiU work more injury to the shippers than the purchasers if this method of doing business is continued  in.  Yours  truly,  (Sgd) J. C METCALFE.  MISSION   CITY  INKLINGS  (From Fraser Valley Record.)  Mrs. Kccly of'Vancouver and two .  children wcic the guests cf friends-  in   Mission   City   during   tho .past  week.  Mrs. E. G. "BenweU and her lit-,  tie so-tie George of Lake View  Ranch, Irvine, Alta., is spending  her isummev vacation at Forest  Home Fruit Farm, the guest ot Mrs  E.   J.  Abbott.       ���������  Mr W. T. Cooksley of New Westminster, was in Mission on Tuesday   last.  Mr. Silas Yoemans says that, the'  new Dewdney Trunk road is now  compete   as  far  as the .Stave  River.  Miss Agnes Ross and h'er father  were the guests of Mr. Ross of the  local  bank.  Mr.  Sam  Smith  of Dewdney at-;  .tended   the   Laurier reception     in ;  Vancouver  on  Tuesday  evening.  There is no truth in the rumor  that Peck McSwain will be associated with Dr. Spencer as temperance lecturer in the interior this  winter, so intimates'the Professor -  to his friend "Mike" this .week.  The man who cuts his speech  short is our idea of the perfect  orator.  SHORT  NEWS  ITEMS  McKenzie and Mann have taken  an option on tlie entire holdings of.  the   Pacific   Whaling   company   on.  coast/ of Vancouver   Is-  Mr. Gough has served thirty-one  years as city c-ierk in Nanaimb  the   west  Land.  The Langford Hums fight may be  pulled off this moltfli. Johnson is  to meet the winner.  Jack Johnson the heavy weight  champion is said to have purchased  a .residence oh Brooklyn. Heights  Hi3 neighbors will be judges, lawyers, ministers and millionaires.  Eeforo the snow flies it is expected that the by-election will be  held in Yalei district.  Thje- .provincial government, is  continuing th3 Cariboo road from  Ashcroft to Nicola.   ���������  Secretary   Keary has      returned ','  from  the  interior of the  province-,  where  he spent some  time  in  the  New   Westminster  Exhibition.   He  says that the interest taken there  will be such as to send a good exhibit  from  many  points. He  is  due   along   the   Fraser      some'.ime..  soon and it is hoped he won't for  get to come Mission; Maple Ridge  Matsqui and Sumas should all have  an  exhibit  in   New      Westminster  this year.  'ss&rwswrrssa  I 4 m -li{,1 VI l.t.l.-^SIMKTT.TJTiriVnBFvi'l".  >^Ei7--^;;pv;������W3Sriis������",*-:.c?3 .'Vl^Wv  *  r,   i-.,  i, iw.ij, IS* ,1 .il"i l1-   ' . .1 i-������Mi*M^ili. V ��������������� ill  .-  (*  ���������   ������������������'.'*  SIX  1,1* I        , <  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,  ABBOTSFORD, B. .0.  'SMsmsmwmjmmnm^m^mMm^M^mMMY^  mtwwwwmwBasBBm  Special arrangements have ' been made by me  supply the public of Vancouver from the  day of September with hampers of  Consisting of Chickens, Ducks, Geese, Fresh Fruit,  Vegetables, Sutter, Eggs.  iat  Could Be  Why not, therefore, patronize the man who  studies the farmers' interest and is always working  lor them to obtain the highest price for their  PRODUCTS  I have established a market at your own  doors  jvhjere yon can  bring your   stock  and   obtain the '  highest prices under competition,  WHY, THEREFORE  Sell to the individual who   comes to your door  and  buys at. his own prices.  BE WISE  FARMERS  Bring your stock and chickens to the market, tell the  man who visit* your door that he can enter into  competition with others there. As you will sure obtain their market value, the dealers   value i3 the most  he can make out of it for himself.    You do the work  and he takes the profits.  I established your Abbotsford Market. I asked  you to bring stock, chickens, etc. I advertised for  you but my requests were always met with the reply  BUYTHEM YOURSELF  Now take this  to  heart and   digest it well, because I know the farmers will not like to hear it, but '  never the less Us true.  A Record of My Purchases and Resales  at the Yards  And don't forget it   was not  more than 24   hours  ? ClU���������   e ,^6 Purchase either: Bought '13  steers  for $300, sold them for $418, profit $ 1 18;   bought  3 pigs tor $12 each, sold   them for 98, profit $38  bought 2 sows and  a boar   for $90,  sold them   for  120, profit 30; bought line of 22   head of cattle for  AS each, sold them   at   prices   averaging 38,   profit  286; bought 1 team of horses for   450, sold   them  or 735, profit 285, and-sundry other things,    Now  look at my commission it would have been $1 1 0 35  and look at my profit $733.    Now the wise farmers  who thought they were getting good  prices from the  root or   an   auctioneer just    lost $646.45    by   their'  want of knowledge of  RULING MARKET RATES  'But still they say the farmer will never gel out of  his Jax and slovenly ways, But he will find he will  have to ,f he desires to keep pace with the modern  ways of the world.  Be Advised from Headquarters  Sell at the places where there must  he coirrpe-  nZ'    r-??fied   When   y������u-are   getting   a good  M*,L Y   A   y������U   ue n,0t  Salisfied   to se]1 at   Ae  Ma ket Yards now, then I am still prepared to trade,  deal or buy from you,    and will   probably give  you  better value than you can get from any one else, but  mmd this I am   not out for   the good of  my health,  but only tor one purpose, and that is  TO MAKE MONEY  thurISayF2?pt ^A i������ ET ,YARDS  wiU be re-������P-ed ������������  . Market will be conducted on '^S^^^^ZS^S^^:  TO  OFFER  PRIZES   AS   FOLLOWS  Ten dollars for the best Milk  Cow entered for sale  Five dollars for the best Steer or Dry Cow, Faf  Cn  i OAn8,?0' tHe   best *Hor8e' heayy weight  over  IzUU ibs.  Five dollars for the best Light Horse: weight under  IzUU lbs.  Five dollars for the best Sow or Shoat, fat.  hive dollars for the   best pen   of    12 Chickens   or  Ducks, any age.  Five dollars for the best plate of Fruit .containing 12,  any one variety either Apples, Pears or Plums,  hive dollars for   the best   assortment of 6  different  sorts of Vegetables.  Five dollars for the best sample of Oats, 10 lbs ���������"  Five dollars for the   best   sample of Timothy. Hay,  weight 4 lbs. ...     r  Five dollars for the best sample of- Oatem hay, 4 lb.  Five doHars for the best sample of ,5' lbs. of Potatoes  Hve dollars  or the best sample of.2 l.bs.of Butter.  Five doNarsfor the best 2  dozen-eggs .either- Hens'  or Ducks.  En,rir���������rriyrfG.r  to.^edisticL from^ Murray's  ������ Chilhwack.  All the: prize Fruits  Vegetable, Hay. and Oats, etc.,  will become the property of the Auctioneer.  Entries close for each prize on Sept.   1st,   1910.  LINDSAY RUSSELL,  REAL   ESTATE   AGENT  AUCTIONEER  ABBOTSFORD,   B.C.  ^IllWlKlltlMlUMi i;i  ^  s  They will give more comfort, last longer and  keep your feet drier, by breaking them in now. And  what's more you will save money by purchasing now  during the dull season.  We have Ames Holden, Leekie and Amherst  Shoes ��������� considered   the best on the market.  ���������whimwnwwn tmm  mn^wimi���������ipiwi)HMi ���������iiwwww������,������i  ' Abbotsford  .TURNBULL  MMWAMUHn  and  IWWWWIMIilWil^^MWWMWWHJiiWMw^a,,  Huntingdon  :M������SBlEttmiUMimn������i������������nn^minwB-'  Matsqui   Hotel  MISSION CITY, B.C.  . This hotel has been thoroughly  rennovated throughout and is now  open to the public. 1  The   Bar it  stocked  with   the  choicest wines, liquors   and cigars.  Rates: $1.50 to $2 per day  SAM GILES, Proprietor  Henderson  (Associate   Members Can.   Soc. C. E.)  Civil Engineers  R. A. HENDERSON  B. C. LAND   SURVEYOR  Office, next P. O. P. O. Box 1 1  THE   MARKET.  New Westminster, Aug. 12th The  Tke market has been steadily im-  market has-been steadily improving  for  the' last  three  or  four  weeks  and to-day's market was one of the  best that has  been held for some  months.   The  attendance of     farmers  was exceptionally good  and  the buyers were also there in large  numbers���������more  than  usual.      Buying and selling were brisk and the  transactions  totalled larger     than  i any we^k since the Christmas market, .-^ple   were   there   from   all  'over the district of the Eraser Valley.  There were a number of boxes  of cucumbers and they found ready  purc-Qiaflsrs.  There' were plums of all kinds  for stue; good, bad and indifferent.  The  good  were  quickly sold.  Apples came in in fair ��������� quantities, but did not find a ready .ale  owing to the quality.  New potatoes came in in large  quantities   and   are   quoted  at   $20  Eggs  advanced from 35 cents  to,  37 ,cehts per dozen. '  The following are the quotations  Beef, hindquarters, per lb 9 1-2 tolO  Beef, forequarters,per lb 71-2 to 8  Pork,  medium, per lb     i5c  Lamb, per'.b   <... 16c  Mutton, per lb   13c  Veal   large    Veal, medium   12 to 121-2  Chickens, per doz, live -���������'��������� $5 to 6  Broilers, per doz   $4. to $4#50  Fowl per doz, live   $6.50 to  Red Currants, per lb   6c  Cherries, per lb   6c  Onions,  per sack  -   $1#50  Turnips, per sack '  50(,  Beets, per sack    75e  Parsnips, per sack   7'5c  Eggs, retail, per doz  45c  Eggs,  wholesale, per  doz  -   37c  Butter, wholesale per lb ���������- .25  Butter, retail, per lb      30  Potatoes  per ton  $20  A   full 'line  of Infant Foods      ;,t-.  the  ���������ABBOTSFORD DHUG STOKE  Mr. and Mrs. Sutherby and children left for Ladner Tuesday morning.    ,  t'.i*  Wli  &**���������  BHj*S������Mi ������������������������������������<��������� ������������������      it  ** ".i" A-''SV? .^���������",���������������������������5*


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