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 in  (2a)  Vol.III., No. 10.  ABBOTSFORD, B. C, FRIDAY,   JULY 14, 1911  '    ' ''    ������������������ r$>   ���������  8. $1.00 PER YEAR  -���������- r:.r.v^y..������jtM.-^rji.-r v.^^-y i^.^ ���������������,; -ji ;���������-. ..     .-.-������-  sac  ~T7rritirrr������~  aas^MKBs  ������������������?���������*-*������������������  ���������^TTiifflr~flirrTi,irr-i)ifi>77Ti-,.Tii iTS  s=  School Board Meets  tgassfz Excursion  Seventy people^took (advantage lhe annual Imeeting of the Ab-  of the cheap excursion to Aigaasiz botsfurd school district was held  on   the   12lh.  froiAbboCMord.   A   on -Saturday July 8th in the >sch >ol.  house   with a   fair attenuance.  ia.r>ge 'iu.mb<jr   iwciit   from   Sumas  a n d Hutu, n g d o n a Is o._ a   large mi m  bet*, from Mi.. Lshaiand and Matsqui,  ';,It was" a- jolly Ibunch.  !i he 'Orange   Association |Of  the  Eraser,  Valley, say3 'the Daily Col-  um4bia.11,"        can   (mark  'down'  the  Twlilh   of   Jui(y-''.'ce/qpVSJLion .,   at  Agassiz as one of the most success  fat in the long hst of (tocal success  fill ajiniversaries".:ofJthe Battle  of   auCiitor.  the Boyne.. Ail things combined to      Moved  by  Mr. J:  Mr. J. W. McCallum,was elected  chairman and Mr:. 'H. Alanson as  ���������Djr'.v^'tairy'.. _       ���������   1  Moved* and seconded that Messrs  Hope-Alanson, A. R. Tretheway  and G. Clark foe elected" trustees  for Abbotsford school district and  there being no further nominations  the chairman declared the is e" elected.     - ^  Mr., H. H. E,by wsa appointed as  W.  McCallum'  lu-vur   uid   excursion - from     New   and seconded-by Dr. Swift that Mr  Westminster  and .-fcha proceedings  ���������at   the  Upper Valley  town.   First  H. McArthur, the principal be grant  ed a   salary of $1000.00 for the ccm  cias&   train 'accommodation, .warm   jng   year.   .Carried.  'sunny weather, complete arrange  mciics on the part of .the enfer-  taluing   lodge,   ia   pleasant      spot-  Moved by  Dr. Swift and jseeoni  ed  by  Mr. H. Gazley that . JVliss:  Arch, bald's * salary remain a^i it is,  ior_a,n outing ami stlrrmg epeachas   nameiy   $67   psf' year/ Carried.  All flavors.   We have a large assortment and  gp  prices rights -  ....     ; jj^'  in defence of the principles of .liberty  and equal, rightis.   The     day  Moved -by. Mr. G-azley. and second  ed that the  auditors report     be.  THE MARKET,  New Westminster, July 7th.  Visitors to the market this morning were agreeably surprised to find  business being conducted there as if  there had been no lire, though the  usual lunch facilities were aosent.  Market Clerk MacKenzie had his office at the opposite end of the structure from where it was when the fire  destroyed his office furniture and.  he v/as on the job all the time jmd  nobody had occasion to find fault  through any delay in transacting  business with the market clerk.  The attendance at the market was  small m the early morning hours,  but it was steady and all of those  who came seemed to have a desire to  purchase immediately and then go  elsewhere. As a result, there was a  small but steady string of buyers  at the stands most of the time. By  ten o'clock, however, the attendance  was up to the average and the standB  were doing a rushing business.  'ihe poultry offerings were larger  than usual, and attracted quite a  crowd of buyers. There also were a  number'of young pigs on the market.  The auction ring, as usual, was  the centre of activity after ten o'clock  and the offerings were numerous and  varied. The first animal put up for  sale was a chestnut hackney gelding,  broken to ride or to drive single or  double. The man who rode the  horse into the ring used a whip on  him to make him show his paces an.q  another attendant also u������ed a. Vttip  on the animaj for- the same purpose,  but these tactics were quickly stopped by Officer Pentland, who was  not a bit slow in informing the horsemen that abuse of animals was not  tolerated by the police officers of this  city The bidding on the hackney  started at $100 and ended with the  sale of the horse at $170.  One of the features of the market  was the drop in the price of new potatoes. Last week the tubers  brought $5 per sack, but today they  dropped a dollar in price. There was  no change in the price of old potatoes.- ���������������������������:' *' ���������' ���������  '" , ���������-'��������� ': .���������    "' ''     ,.  Strawberries stiffened in price and  sold ai $2.50 per crate, twenty-five  cents per crate more than they  brought a  week ago.     Gooseberries  dropped in price from  15 cents to  8  to j.������ cents per pound.  ihe wholesale meat offerings were  small, but the retail stands did a  rushing business, with no change in  prices recorded, and the only change  in' the wholesale price of meat was in  pork, which sold at 11 to'12 cents, as  against 12y2 cents last week.  There were some shrubs on the  market, but the sale was far from  brisk, though the flower stands did a  fair business, and had one new  flower on the market, the tuberous  rooted begonia being ��������� offered for .sale  for the first time this season. They  sold readily at 35 cents per plant.  Poultry.  An .exceptionally large offering and  low prices were the two outstanding  features of the poultry market today. The poultry section of the market building was full to overflowing,  and the bulk of the offerings was  snapped up by the merchants.  The bulk of the poultry offered was  of the broiler class, the ranches evidently taking the' opportunity of  weeding, the yeuhg roosters out of  their "flocks. At the outset of the  market it looked as though the offerings would be smaller than usual,  but the arrival of the Chilliwack  tram and the Transfer put a different  complexion on matters and resulted  in fairly flooding the market.  Eggs went up a little in price,  bringing from 30 cents to 32 cents at  For the first time for gome weeks  a few crates of geese were offered.  There ggejned" to be very little de-  mami for that class of bird and the  offering changed hands at 90 cents  apiece.  The  following were the quotations;  WHOLESALE MEAT-  Eeef, carcass  lie  Beef, hindquarters ���������  12c to  lie  ���������Ugef, forequarters   9c to lie  Mutton    -       121-4   to   13c  Veal  per lb   --���������;  10c to 13c  Lamb ���������  14 to 15  RETAIL MEATS-  Beef, best rib roasts��������� 15c to l8c.  Beef, loin ..................     22c  Beef, round tsteak - -  16c  (.Continued on Pa.ge Four.)  was an occasion for congratulation a<.ciipted. Carried. I*  aaiu nothmg .transpired to mar the Moved by Mr. Gazley and aec.-nd  pleasure, of the'demonstration and e(j by Dr. Swift that the sum "of  ..^.-.caj'e-iuee-i&cn.c d"t>������h,?^u3-angeV jjjggo -^ raised 'by taSfes -'ifr.om -\fche  "men, their families and friends', to district for the, carrying on of  the number of nearly one thousand ^,e schobl for the year 1912 and  -} The .main features of the caiebra- jyiatsuqi ,and^ Suinas ibe billed." with  tion for members of the ord_er_,were their .share of 'th/e; expens-es for  the grand parade1 in whi,cft;twelye; ^q remaining ''balance required for  lodges of Westminster county and the., ensuing year. .Carried. -'  district No.  1, four lodges of the      r^g meeting then. 'adjoYurncd  lady  True .Blues, and many .visit- ' b���������������������������  ing members took part, and speech   yn%   CONSERVATIVE  MEET INS  e& at the agricultural grounds. Mr.  J.  D. Taylor, M. P.,01 New  The. theime of the addresses was Westminster riding, epoke to la  the grand principles >of the Order f,air audience in the Imperial Gtlall  its purposes and aims for the on Monday evening last. Mr. J.  strengthening of individual liberty b. Cade was chairman. Mr, "W.  and the guaranteeing of equal j, Manson, M. L% A. 'for Dewduey  rights to all, c*i,viil, religious and was aiso 0n the plajtform and  political _ spoke.  .- The excursion-train carried three Mr. Taylor dealt vwith the New  or' four hundred from New West Homestead Act and_ the way it  minster and hundreds, -jo.nsd the would affect the homesteader who  a-ain at Mission City and inter- -had not succeeded his patent, es-  mediate points, . the nine coaches peciallyi in his riding, die gave ad-  of the' train being crowded, wh������n \ice, to all who had not .ye l secar-  Agassiz was reached." The Atlant'c ed their patents to 'communicate  express, also brought numbers from with" the Department at Ottawa  Port Moody and Vancouver. ' or  with the office at New West-  Forming at the Orange Hall, tthe minster at a very -early. date.  procehs.on marchad over three in regard to Reciprocity he said  hundred, strong, to the agricultur- that Laurier's 'a little too late"  al grounds. The ladies oi the True to the delegation from Niagara  Blue lodges were given the post who waited on the goyernmentiast  oi' honor and following che'Grand winter; had stirred- up^'considerabie  view band as proudly marched feeling against the idea that the  as those of the sterner sex, t with representatives of the govern-  the new "banner of New Era ment had placed the people of  10'cige of True Blues, waving     in  Canada.-  the breeze. The order of the pro- After, the usual votes of thanks  cession.was as follows; Grandview and the singing of the national  Band,  Lady   True   Blue3        (four   anthem the meeting closed.  lodges) representing Aga.S3iz, New  <���������>  Westminster, Abbotsford, and Mis- -r,^^amnt>  Biou   City.   Then   followed .      the BE A   BOOSTER.   ^  lodges of Westminster County No   If  you see isome  feller  trym  05  comprising New     Westminster   For *o ^e^om*fejPO]������tjsof  11.0; Ladner No. 1612; Lang.ey No.  Entrance Exams.  <The following candidate's passed  the recent entrance (examinations  Abbotsford shows  up well.  Non-Municipal     schools���������Abbdts  ford,���������Number   of   candidates."     4;  passed,   i,~Leslie   Tretheway. 679;'  Dorothy Parton ' 667, Selma Nelson  66;; Charles T. McPhee, 614.  Municipality or Matsuqi���������^ber-i  deen���������No of candidates, 2; passed  2^-John W. Catto, |632; Bessie A.  Carmichael   598."  Clayburn���������Number of Candidates 2; passed 1���������Belle .Hartnell,  564.  .. Glenmore���������Number* of     Caniid-.  ates, 3; passed 0. "  Matsqui���������No. of (Candidate-a, 5;  passed   1���������Frank   Aish   682.  Kidgedale���������No. ,of Candidates 4,  passed   1���������A.   Celeste  Page,  584.  Mt.  Lehman���������No*  of candidates,  4, passed 1.���������Ruth Owen, 550. .  - Municipality-'of      "Huntingdon,��������� '  Huntingdon���������No.  of Candidates, 2  passed 0 -       ���������--.   y  Musselwhite���������No. "of Candidates,  3, passed 1���������Eleanor iFadden 550.  "--   -  THE-USES -GFHSALT--  lOjo;  Hazelme.e   No.  1735;     New.  You can "boost it up a   trifle,  That's your cue 'to let him know  ,,r    ,    .    .      x-     ,-no   ���������    4. ���������������,    j     That you're not a goin'to knock it,  Westminster,-No. lo93; Port Moody   xxl    y .L    .... .. ,      .,,  ,- ^    ��������� 1 XT     too-      xt       \   Just because  it ain'ty our "shout'  16--3; Hammond No. 1866.     No.     1  -.���������oii.cl   compns ng Chillitwjack  lodge No. 1470; Mis'sion City>,No.  102U; Abbotsford 'No. 1867; Mt.  Lehman No. 1868; Agassiz No. 1940  Black Preceptory including members of Royal City No. 4o9, G. R.  Matthias, Wor. Preceptor, .of Mission City Preceptory, 17. E. Pak-  enliEjm, Wor., Pre'cejpitor.  The  parade  Avas marshalled by.  But you:re goin' to boost ia   little  ;Cau9e he's got the "best thing out1'  or. in the march were J union .Deputy Grand Master 'Edwin Busho f  Mission City; Wm. Pope, county  luajster of /Wejsf.mlnsi'.er Coun'y-,  K. L. Ashton, district master F  E. Pakenham> grand auditor.  Space  forbids  our -gi/ing'    are-  J.r J. Hood of New West minster port of the speeches. It might ibe  County assisted by O. T. Hubbard [mentioned however ithat 'several  of Agassiz. The chiel (memlbers of '"members of the Abbotsford lodge  the lodge occupying places of hon-   took "a   preeminent   part.  Salt an'd water .will. S-bjnetJmea  revive a person when unconscious  from' a hurt.'" For poisoning with  alcohol, an emetic "of warm wafer  and salt should be frequently given. A ter| spoonful of salt in a  glass of water is a sure cure,.in  many cases, for stomach ti-jub'e,  relieving colic, and helping digestion.  A bag filled with .salt and heat  ed. is a great comfort to anv one  suffering from' nauralgia. There"  is nothing (more restful to tired  eyes than a bath of warm' salt and  water.' If the head is washed oc- ���������  cassionally with salt and w^ter.  it will lessen the falling out of  the hair. Salt added to the batn  will be'found almost as invigorat  -ing as a 'dip,.in the eea.  If the carpet is sprinkled wi.h  ���������salt before sweeping, St will be  found that- little dust will arise,  and the carpet foe yonderfuliy.  brightened. Salt thrown on burn  ing Boot will soon extinguish the  flames. If it be 'sprjnkjed on the  stove when the kettle hafi boiled  o-\er, it will prevent all disagreeable odors. If sprinkled on the  coals when meat is to .be broiled  it will make the fire clear and also  bright.  To remove egg stains from the  spoons, rub with moist salt. If  straw matting be washed with ealt  and water it will look like ,new.  These are some of the very numerous ways in which salt is ,an aid to  us. It is ao common that it,js with  iri the power of everyone to keep  it for emergencies, ia,s well as for  cooking.  THE K. J. Co's FIRST SHIPMENT  In less than five, weeks after " he  arrival of the Kootenay Jam Company in Mission City, the first car  of jam was fihipped to Vancouver  on Tuesday the eleventh July  It was a straight carload of lhe  canned fruits for whwh mis company have already made a name  for themselves. It was principally rhubarb and contain A ate ut  600  cas���������-s.  Other 'shipments will shortly be  naade. ffio   .tOT  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,      ABBOTSPOBD. L 6.  THE; ABBOTSFORD POST  Post  PuMtofce'4 /'every    Friday    by    thr  PtiWlohlnjf Ompany-..  A weeMr^jftui'irai-'devoted,' io Ibe, Inter-,  &.������t* ot Avbdibtvrd attd/9uu,\,|ndinBi dis-;  k*ct.  >4*erti������l������s Rates made kiiow.-.ii ap-.  ������llofl*k>������. i     ��������� -  UWJAl.iADVICRTI8ING-f.12 cents- por���������  Mas Iter tout. Insertion;, Mid 8'cents a- una  C������r aril subsequent opriROcutive insertions.  <9qt* SbttriMrieth���������Sfeither for nor aflfin^  HORSE   SHOEING  r-r  ERNAEY.  s a fine art, knowu; best   to, those .who .understand   the , anatomy < of ������  lorse's foot.    I have secured the I services of   Mr. Jphn.,:, Bonner, of .Van-v1  Couver, late of Newcaitle-on-Tyne, England, who<holdsjcnry medal, ever.,  awarded   for   B. C. by  examination...    Bring   >your Jame horses, .your,.  crippled horses andr fancy driven.    I guarantee satisfaction.  1 #  Harness,  **j ��������� r\.v  FRIDAY, JULY 14, 191  iWi-jii7<nni-r~T-  Abbotsford, B.. C.  mu  Ly6^  $un  Hob  ]iie  M  pa  |H  5a?  i  CS!i|te^a^llilli>  E&SB^SM  2  9  3  30  4  5  6  ?  .8  ���������nlrjUK^^'^SufS^S  WS^SSfi^QgHary  \l  13  14  S5  JmW'IPIML  16  IT.  88  19  20  2J  22  lis.'ii !  %  ty  25  26  11  28  29  Eara^ss-.   .   ' Saddlery, Hardware  Trunks,and. -Valises  P.O.Box ,45   '��������� ��������� " ��������� -   Abbotsford, B. C.  10,000 TREES  U1LBWLJJIAS  !Rmu>  The   socre'tary ;of-'~th'e''    schoo!|  board informs' us that the" department will 'hot. grant the -c'ieaning  of the  old. .room .;the painting,   of  th"i o'.d building ;a'indi th?. nety-Kase .;  m.nt under the,old jbui^ding. ���������   .  N.  This, dotes not appeal to U12 Pxst-  at all and. if the" paoplie',pf, Abbotsford "school  district 'will think.the..  "matter' iovery we "believe, they .will  thinks the* i3aime--as;. this pap3r.do.es ���������  in  regard  to the matter.  Thoroughness' in school  work'  is   the  one thing required  of the  pupils of the,ipublijc'. school; -     We  and their i teachers iexpect���������this of  tliem. ,-Sur.EOuriding.s ..count;.- for.  much," so ths- p-.ychologist tels us  'and although 'Abbotsford has a  fine school but- at the same time Lt  . would be '.'well -to have the work  completed  right  up to.date.,  A   cheering   word   often   comes  to   our town rto-helpr us-keep   on  building.   On "Thursday  there was  a   visitor   to   the   town   who   has  travelled over (many parts jf the  .world/ His  remarks   to   the editor was that a   itfaii would "have to  travel some .to.come across a t town  that   would ^appeal .more   to   the  investor-'than the town ol Ahbots  ford."   That sounds nice. Don't it?   o   It will be gratifying to the citizens to see that the.pupils ,of the  public, scool have .-been so .successful at the recent.en'.ranee exam-  insftibns.  Young Nursery Stock to Sell this Fall  ONE AND TWO YEAR OLD  APPLES-rGray.enstein,: King, of  Toiftp&ijis^, \Vealt}iy,y  , Northern Spy/ Grimes Golden,.. Jonathan, all  grafted on yvhole French Crab Apple-stock.-  CRAB APPLES--Hygop, ��������� late.  Have also a choice lot of Clark's Seedling  and .Maroon Strawberries for- sale at $5iQ0  per thousand. , Raised on, new beds.  ������_2 year old 25c. each |  \1 year old 20c. each  ii  IP  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 your patronge.  SSSEEESS  h. & d. Mckenzie, PROPs.  land Fruit Ranch and Nursery  D: H;NELSONv prop.- Abbotsford, B.C.  /���������-  -.  y    -   -   ,    *   ,.    .    t  r    -#,i**.     . ���������     ������������������  Phone jCpnnectipnh       ' W, R. CROSBY  vSlgnsanii Seneral Advertising.  vertise in  -H^H^M^^ <!>  C.A. SUMNER 8c CO.  , P. 0. Box 58 Phone Central  Telegram-Sumner, Abbotsford, B. C.  ���������  t  t  t  Palters and Qaeorators  F. SUMMERS  n  unless In the .opinion..of. a..boardrjof produce.such passports^or^penalAcer-  inquiry, or. officer.acting as.suchv,they^ tifiqates.on.demand of.the immigration  have, sufficient money,. or, hay.e such /officer, .in, charge .before being-Allowed,  .profession, occupation, trade,, emplpy-:. to land jn,Canada.. ''"        ��������� .���������  mentio.r..other.iegitimate mode.of earn-      38. . The ,Qo,vernor. in, Council may,  ing a living that they'are not liable to.-Jy Proclaniatioh Vr order, -wheheyer/  The"-primal .of Lthe >������^.^^id!^������b^^  public   school   is  to  be.' congratu-. belong, to a family accompanying them, at any, specified- portif'entry in'Can-1  lated and uc- app th* n^ninnf ak     or all!eady in Canada and which gives'' ada, of .any immigrant who' has -rconie ���������  iacea ana.uo are-tlu p?opletof AbT,-security satisfactory to the minister to Canada otherwise-than. by. a. con-  botsford.- against-'such-immigrants., becoming a  tinuous...jojurnex from,,the country, of  public charge. which-he,, is, a,' native... or "naturalized'  o (d)    Persons,, who  have  been. con-, citizen, and upon a; through ticket piir-';  The  question is  this: What  eS-   victed.of'any crime''involving'immoral chasedTin that- country; or- prepaid in  .    t    ���������. .        .              . "turpitude. Canada.; ' '    ,'  feet   wid  reciprocity have on-the       (e) and (f)    Men, women and-girls      (bj.  Prohibit.the. landing in Canada  bill   presenting   instincts  iof     the. leading.aa- immoral .life^ . , of .passengers, .brought 'to, Canada by "  m.jKmiifn? (g)   Frofe6sional beggars, or   vag- any transportation "company wliichre-  84l4UOf rants, or persons likely to become a' fuses or neglects "to 'comply -with'' the  ���������-���������o  public charge, provisions of this act; ���������'���������  PROHIBITED CLASSES t   (hu    Ilnmigrants   to   whom   money      (c)    prohibit.for a stated period, or  Thafoiinwinj. ������f������ mnci,)n.  , has been given.or loaned by^ any. char-, permanently, the. landing in Canada, or  *h u)Zu f   ,    co^^ed among .table organization for the purpose of the landing/at any "speWied port of  tne   prohibited   classes   from  foreign enabling them to qualify for landing entry in'Canada,'of'immigrants belong,  countries. who may-come and reside in  Cana(|a  under this act, or whose ing to any race deemed unsuited  to  in Canada: passage, to Canada has ben paid whol-. the climate or.requirements of Canada  No; immigrant, passenger-or other ly> ?r ln:'Jar<- by any charitable organ-, or of immigrants of any specified class,  '    '     , ' i"*ool-"eci' Ul��������� ������������iei ization, or out of pub  c moneys, unless  occuDation or character-    -" ���������"-' '������������������v--  person, unless- he is- a Canadian, citi- it is shown that the authority in writ- ������CCUpa^on ������r <*.&aracter.  zen, or has a Canadian domicile, shall ing of the  Superintendent  of  Immi-      Anv lmmtt,rn *t * hn antar.a no������-^n  be permitted to land in Canada,, or in f������tion, or in case of persons coming anf LeT^t^behave   l mself    S  case, of having landed in or entered ir^ffitan? ^SeriSendelfo! ^V^^me^tc^  Canada, shall be permitted to remain ^migralS^ Canad^Sdon  ?^5^S?riS^^' %P' *  therein,  who belongs  to any of  the has been obtained for the landing in .Jj^J1*0SvuSrcnh'aiSfiti'Sf.^6  =g classes,    called    P-ibited ^-������^  C,^SIdiot,, imbeciles, feeble-minded  * ^<* ^y dap thereafter * P-ued.        =  ,;  ^T^r^ha^^n P= ������f 4StSS  ib)    Persons    afflicted    with    any applicable to such persons under sec-  loathsome disease, or with a disease tions 37 and38 of'this act, which reads      The   hen   returned to  her  neat ���������  which is contagious or infectious, or  as follows.:.- only to find "it ^mpty.'- '   :''       "'  which may become dangerous to the      37-   Regulations .made, by the Gov-     ������Verv  fuhnV '���������> wid 4h^ ��������� ������t  ���������4,.  public health   whether such  DPrSonS ernor "in Council, under .thia act may " %. ^  "^      a^flh^' rL  ekxi  int������nH tn ^>;.P .n rl T      pe"sons provide as a condition to permission  never  /ind   things   where  I      lay  d?m   th���������.,Sh^  l^ ShS   C?Dada   in,}Tfn^   t0 towists shall possess in.  their   own  .���������om������ other country;. P^vided, that if,right money to a prescribed minim^uin '     - '���������"  :������������������-  such disease,is one,^^  '���������^^nX^^^-1^--^-^' cpMine  t0' tbe  race,  occupation   or     ARTIICJli   J.   POXALL.  Teacher  ���������^^l^MU^������BnSStiS^i ??tina"0tt of sucl1 immigrant or tour-     JPiano  and  Singing, late Musical  ities. do not^exist on shore, or to leave all person? coming to CanadTdi?ec������y Co������������rt "Co's, visits Mission     City  shp.for medical treatment. or .indirectly,'  from "countries   which.-everir .Friday.   Terms    moderate  blind -oSiS^pnh^-nJ^f U*?b> ^ue,passports or penal certificates to Address   1526,   4th  AvenuS   West,  blind, or otherwise physically defective persons leaving such countries, shall' Vancouver, or Mission City P. O.  C. A.' Sumner & Co. 'beg to thank  their- numerous clients .on this auspicious occasion for th,2ir patronage and assistance in building up  the town and country round a-  bout Abbotsford. Our remarkable  perspicacity has "enabled us to  place scores of settlers on suitable ranches where they have  teen  frowned with Success  Our straignx rorwara methods  coniDinea with strict attention to  business enables us to guarantee  every sale we make, hence our  large, satisfied "clientele, consisting of Speculators, Investors and  Settlers. ...      -  1  f  V  T  ���������������  4  f  t  ^^^mJ^J^^^J^X-^^^ ^  LOANS  Abbotsford Homesites  If you are looking for a home  or snappy investments  in/town lots, acre-  ; : ���������     age or farm_  property    Z  see:  the Pioneer leal Estate Broker of Abbotsford  ������S  ss  BSE  l>  v r u������vi i*4JBr*tnn<] (M  / /  il  ���������I  .'-ff'jff  Oi|i'"ii������!!wWii'.������i������!^  TJ&E abbotsford .iost,    "abbotsford, b. c  JJlU._J.'..J.,!"llll'Jg������LilULJ.  JiLXLl  mesmames/msEBSK  ***** *i^.y  are ...Agents  Phoenix Assurance Go. of London, England  Liverpool, London & Globe, of Liverpool, Eng.  British American Assurance Co., of Toronto.  SFF SIJMNF1  For your Insurance.     Fire time is coming along.  SSESSEm^SB^  mrmmxm&gae  fuiiFiMBMnrawmn���������ummijwiii.iiq III, 1 limff, ���������,'"M. W WWBBIIH  BESS  wbbbbzsbxe  B.'.X.  OTEL  J   McBLftOY & Co.  LIQUORS/ WJNES  AND   CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  C������r. !s������������������deae Ava.and"bs������ar St.,  1 m" ill 'U.I ��������� W������f-i .nJlWYHtillWmiW^TWrMrill.  CITY  ���������,������..!���������'��������� ������������������WHIM .BUIW.-T  ���������'.' V"  ABBOTSFORD, B. C  first-elass in, ������vdr/ r������gp@et.    The fear is  with ifee feast of wines, liquor and eigars,  RATES, $1.90 TOM2.00  PER  DAY  h:  ossbSE  PROPRIETOR I  ABBOTSFORD  I Brain  J. J. SPARROW, prop.  Cash piid for Essgs and Poultry  Our prices are hard to  beat, call and inspect stoek  Ey3 Sight Spsoafist  Does the  Finest Optical  Work.  Medical men ..and others pay tribute to his *Mill.  793 ������ranvili'4 St. .Yancpu. ������u\  HARRON BROS.  EmbaSmers and Funeral Sectors  Vancouver, Of flee and cbafpel���������-  1034'Gi'anvilta St/,-' r pfeone ��������� 34B6  Nortft Varieduverj       Off lea    and  ������bapel^-~116y:2nd:8t;j Phone 134  WANTED TO PURCHASE  Forty   acr������i>   improved  farm   in  the Fraser Valley", with or without  hous* and buildings, convenient to  station or landing.   Apply     to J.  H.   Smith,  Straiton,  B.   C        for  full  particulars,   first  letter.  CANADA'S  Greatest Nurseries  Want   a. representative      for  MISSION CITY, B. C.  and surrounding district  The reliability, healthy condition  of our stock as well as trueness to  name muBt 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 SStoek  for SSpring 1911.  Write  for   full  particulars.  CHORCH:,SEflVICES  Presbyterian   .Church���������ReVt' J.L.  Campbell; B. A., B. D. pastor.  Abbotsford, ll'a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  At MusBelwaite (School House-  Service  every alternate Sunday  at 3,p.m.  Sunday, school 'every Sunday at  2-p.ni.    . ���������      , _ _  At Huntingdon School House-  Service   at every alternate Sunday  at 3 p.'m'.  S. S. every Sunday at 2;30 p.m.  Upper Sumas., May, 29, and every,  kiternatf! Sunday at 3 g.ra.  C E., 'Wedftesflayv.a* 8 p.m.  Sunday School at 3 p. m.  Sunday School rteyery Sunday at  Presbyterian    Church���������Rev.   j#   rj,   ,  Alder.  , Olenmore,-11 a.m.'.,:.,  MO Lohmun, 2j30  p.m.  Pihre Grove,'8p;'m;-.  ST-   MATTHEWS   (Anglican).  , Rev.. A. E. Bruce, Vicar.  Services 11:00 a.m. and 7.:30p.m.i  Holy   Communion;   1st' and   3rd..'  Sundays each month. '" .  .Catechising and S. S. at 2:30p.m  - CJioir practice, Wednesday at 8  PLEASE NOTICE  I beg to intimate to my numerous Patrons, and  -Friends that I have taken into partnership Mr. J.  Clark late of the Abbotsford Lumber ��������� Co. and ������he.[  business will new be carried on as    ;  HORSESHOEING '&   BLACK5MITHING  Wo hope by strict attention to business to obtain a share of your patronage.-*  ABBOTSFORD  P08TOFFICE  Office hours from 8 a. in. to 7 p. m.  Mail for Tcardeiivflle "every Tuesday  and Saturday,"! p'.'m-."'   "   ,."  BUSINESS   BIREGT&RY   OF  ABBOTSFORD.  General Stores ���������  Jfc������fcM������r Bi>������'������!.  S.'Brooke.        ' j     ,' *- ''"*   i V'i ,7'  Hete4s���������  Abietsf-ord Hotel, H- Freeman, Prop.  Commercial, McElroy& Co.  -Rea-I  Estate-1���������"   ':���������<������������������--  \  J. W. Weteallum.  C. A. Sumner & Co. /  '*���������   JBernau   &���������'Husband,  J.   J.   McPhee,/'    ���������     ���������  Auctigfleero-i--    '.  FEED STORE��������� -. >,  J.   J.   Sparrow.  Creamery���������>  S.   J.  Bates,  Proprietor.  Hardware and Furniture���������  H.  Alafisen.   -        -  Sutehensrr -  A, M. King.  Livery Stable.���������  J.  E. Geary, Proprietor.  B-aker and Gonfcotioner���������  Xj. Legae'e..   .. '.  i ..."  ew^ad.. Andersen.  ^otfWfrkeraf'-  ' M."HaUaer.  Beard, ef Tfcade���������  J. W. .J$B@a������Hum,-. Secretary.  Bhackamifch'���������  J.���������;McMenemy.  Bar-foer aojd Pool Roam���������  Jos/. Sa������&ersen.,  (%.ilaenot. *-  ���������.  Tc&a$p������ and Novelties��������� .  - J. [Y. Means.'  Doctor���������  %:a. swift. '  SADpii&RY- and  iURBWARI?-  B.-J. &������r#aey.      ' .  ME������@HA-NT  TAILOR.  T. ������-. Cooff-an.  SKRVEYQRS  Henderson   and  Taylor.  ABBOTSFORD DRU& STORE.  MUSIC TEACHER���������  Miss Alice Steed.  CONNTRACTOR & JBCTLT   R-  A. Everett.  Hammond'~& -Son. ,.  CARRIAGE   PAINTER-  Geo. Zeigler.  Q  Z  <  Home Ave.    ���������   Mission City.  STONE 1 WELLINGTON   employment   office  ; Tto/fflW^Nmite.. We buy Eggs, Chickens and  Ontario, PigS.  FOR  PARTICULAR PEOPLE  ���������      WHO  Demand that their O&ce Stationery must not onjy be ������f the best  . quality but mat it must be neatly  and  tastefuBy  printed!.  .-.'���������.Those.; are,the.people who pafeeaiae the Fraser  Valley Record ofioe; and they prove  that they   are  pleased  by  - duplicating orders  We  can supply in any quantity, on short notice that beats city prices  v Shipping'Tags, Window Cards, Note Girulaw, Receipt-Forms,  Notes,   Invitations,. Professinal cards, Lodge .by-laws,   Lodge  membership - cards,  Agreeraente,   Blotters, , Butter  wrappers,  Dodgery Aucrion.bills, Envelopes, For  sale  cards,   Wedding  invitations, Meraorial:cards,- Meaj  tickets, .Pflvat* .past..cards.  Letterheads,"Billheads, Memoes.-Statementfi,-, Lodge,- corwtitut-  iohs,; Legal femis,'Prescription blanb.iLabeJs. gummed., or. otherr  wise,   PaBapblets, Reporta, Posters.any size,   Real estate  contracts, Loose,'leaf statements,'".Menus plain or  fancy,-Receipts  Lien-notes,, etc.; etc... ..  ALL WORK GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY.  jffriww'ii.av.iwwiiittwuw^^  The Abbotsford  J. A. BATES, Publisher  '������' 1   Abbotsford  B. C. If.  I'  It '  fOtJR  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,  JKHBfei~E  SOCIAL AND PERSONAL   n   Mr. H. McArclnir is spjnd'ng the  holidays at Victoria.  Miss Maude Caswell returned  home Saturday after .spending ' a  couple of weeks with friends ui  Vancouver. '  Mr. Charlie Black from Vancou-  ���������ver spent Sunday last in Abbo's-  foid.  Miss Amy Heath ifroro Mission  City spent the week end wi,ih  friends here. Miss Heath is now  working with the Mission City  Tekphone  company,  Mrs, Gibson 'and children who  have b-^en visiting iMr. and Mrs.  James McGowan returned to their  home in  Westminster Tuesday.  Mr. Norman Caswell ifiiom Chi.-  bwack is visiting his sister Mrs  James   McGowan.  Miss Taylor and Mr. Paul Taylor of Vancouver are visiting Mr.  and  Mrs^ Taylor.   o   Miss Grant of 'Alberni arrived  here Wednesday Jannd intends to  spend her holidays with Mr. and  ���������Mrs. J. VV. McCallum'.   o '���������  Mr, H. C. Dixon his accepted '   a  ���������lucrative   position   in    Vancouver,   have   returned   from  and  left  Wednesday night to  fill   Ontario last week,  same.  Are you Building?  YOU WILL REQUIRE  Hardware      Furniture  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.   .    .  H. AL  ABBOTSFORD  BAKERY  WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL  Bread, Buns, Cakes, Doughnuts, Wedding Cakes.    We make the  Give us a tria  Abbotsford, B. C.  Genuine Article.  ALBERT LEE, prop.  Miss" M. J. Lightfoot and Mr. A.  Ell wood of AbboUfo.'d were married  this week.    ' ,' ,   ,    l ' '  Mr.   and   Mrs.  Murray      Stirton  Southam'p-  -0-  Mr^ S. Brooke of Abbotsford and  .M!!St"..SQ.da;_.and i:n"!e.N,da0n   Huntingdon will move into his.new   ing machine, new. Enquire a,t the  building at Huntingdon on the 20th   Abbotsford Hotel.  ������pent Wednesday in Chillijwack,  -- OUO   Mrs. McElroy spent a   fje-w days  this week in New Westminster.  Mrs. Howe and Mrs. Edson spent  Thursday   in   Bellingham.  Mrs.   Thomas   McKcnzie  of Port  Hammond  with  a   bunch  of capitalists,   was  in town to-day.   o   Mr.  J.   J. McPhee  was  in Chilli-"  wack last week.  The Post has secured an extra  supply o������ Cap l's���������"Sam Giles has  taken over the Huntingdon Hotel  Mr. H. W. Uruqhart, sheriff of  Chohalis Co., Wash., passed thro  Abbotsford from1 Mission Ci.y on  Tuesday with a prisoner wanted  for theft and escaping from law-  iui custody. .  Mrs., Bell GLbion of Westminster  was vi3iting friends here last week   ooo   Auction Sale  I have instructions to sell a  carload of carriages, consisting of  Vojjggies, De-mocjil'.Jfcs and <. Road  Carts. This is a chance of .a life  time to isL-cure ������a rig cheap, as this  lot must be converted into cash.  These are all ifirst-c'ass rigs and  they, have not yet been unpacked.  TERMS OF -SALE���������Cash or ne-  g^tte/ble joint tnot^es /for Ith'refa  months at 8 per cent.  Sale will take plaice at Abbota-  fo.d, B. C. co.'nm n-inj at 11 a. m?  on  JULY 22nd, 1911  J. VV. McCALLUM, Agent  THE   MARKET.  (Continued From Page One.)  of  this  month.   Stocktaking    sale  now: on before moving to th^ne'w  premises.  , _ i '  i  ���������  ��������� ooo   MOTEL ARRIVALS  Abbstoford  Hotel.    .  Th- Mis'������- P.^'n^e-, City.  (".on    Bri^^d.   Vancouver.  NOTICE.  LIQUOR   ACT,   1910  (Section   49)   ,  Notice si-hereby 'given that on  the 5th day of Augustnext, application, will pe made to ������the, Superintendent of Provincial Police for  the transfer of the Jicence for the  Mr. Draper's Children, DesMoines   sale of liquor iby retail in and up-  Boiling Beef ���������-- ���������  lOet o )4  Veal  - 17 to 20  Pork   - 18c   to   20c  Mutton���������-- ���������--- -   18  to 20c  Spring Lamb, each - $6.00 10*7.00  V ETETEBLES-Wholesale���������  Onions 5 lbs for 25c  New Potatoes  3 lbs.25c.  Lettuce  - -  3 Jids 5c  Cabbage,   lb.   ���������   5c  Celery--..- -   2 heads 15c  Rhubarb, per lb.       ���������- ��������� ��������� -ic  Eggs,  wholesale      ���������  27c    to    30c  Eggs, retail joc  W.   Cnthbertson, City.  Gfo   W' W"n.v    Vancouver.  F    B.   Chamnlin,   Vancouver.  Wm. Lon^fe'low, V.-jicouvt.  Sam   King,   Vancouver,  G o. Mc^r^o". V-n-ou-er.  Geo. B-own, Westminster.  F. Henley, Vancouver.  Jack  McDona'd, Sumas.* v  H- Draper and wife DesMoines.  Mzjor   Potting'er,  City.  Geo, Wal', Vancouver.  F.  R.  Farrel, Chicago.  K.  W. Hammond, Vancouver.  Geo  Brown New Westminster  Il-nry H^nion, Mat-qui.  J. R. Headrick, Bellingham.  F.   R-ndo'ph   Yar-ow.  Chas  F.   Wa"d, Vancouver.  J. E. Vanetta, City.  R, W. Cull-n City.  J.  C. McGuirk, Bell ngnim'-  Dan Winton, City.  Tougla-s   He ten,  Van:ou- er.  J.   F. Elliof-, -.Oity.     .  Jos   Scot--,   Ch'Il'wack.  Jno/ O. N'chol.   Sumas.  Duncan   Dundas,  Yarrow.  Wm.  Goetz, Vancouver.  F. ,V.   Winters,  Vancouver.  J.  Laviolette, Vancouver.  R. A. B-iynes, Vancouver.  H. Martin, Vancouver.  B. Gladwin and wife North Vancouver.  C   Davie, Vancouver.-   0   Commercial.  Mr. Albert Lee informs us thai  the Restaurant on Essendene Ave  won the cake, ha had Un the window and which was the admiration  of all. The (exact (weight���������11 lbs  12 ounces���������was iguewsad. / There  were- several others close guessers  FOR  SALE, CHEAP���������One heavy  Farm Wagon"; One Cleveland Sew-  on   the  premises  known as   . the,  Huntingdon Hotel; situate, at Hunt  ingdon,   British   Columbia,-   ..from  Philip McDonald to Sarn.Giles     of  New  Westminster,  British Colum- ww  bia.  Dated this 5th day of July, 1911.  " philip Mcdonald,  Holder  of Licence.  SAM GILES.  Applicant for Transfer  Tenders will b.2 received by the  undirsigned up to 'and including  July 31st for "the privilege of conducting a restaurant in connection with tha 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 selling  ice cream and 'soft drinks.  The  highest  or /any tender  not  necessarily accepted.   "  JAMES GIBSON  Secretary  Mt.  Lehman,  July 10th, 1911  s Now Complete  and ready to receive  Butter,   retail  Hens, small  Hens, large  Broilers      Chickens   .......  Ducks   Ducklings    35c   to  37      1-2  ������������������      $6.50 to  $7.50  ������������������  10 and $LJ  ������������������   $3.50   to  $5 00  -   $7.50   to   |9.00  -���������������������������'   $3 to $11   ���������-J6 to $8.50  ixeW .t^Lacoes, California;!, libs25c  Mike   L'zo,   Spokane.  Joe   Rnm.".*,  iSpokan.?.  A. G. Holt, Vancouver.  A. Brfnch. B.C. E. R.  A.   W.   Fulrh?", Van-ouver.  W.   E.   l'a.rro"-, ���������Westminiten  A. N'-I'-.on, We-tminster.  C,   Howland, Westminster.  H. r.'.'tnTon, Vancouver.  John Gavin, Vancouver.  W.  VV. Bar:', Vancouver.  II.   Newcombe.   Vancouver.  A.   Wichland,   Vancouver.  T. A, Hill, Vancouver.  II. Greerston Vancouver  A. E. Bu'ler, Ci'Cy.  J.   Hardy,   Vancouver.  John; Murphy, Vancouver.  J  .Geo., Starr, City.  Thos   Campbell,   Chilliwack.  John   Indkey,   Chilli,Wfick.   "' '  Matsqui  Hotel  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  W. T. LUCAS, Proprietor  Mission City, B. C. June 21st- 1911  rson &  (Associate  Members Can.  Soc.C. E.)  Civil: Engineers  R. A. HENDERSON  B. C. LAND   SURVEYOR  Offiec. next P.O. P.O.Box U  Geo. Zeigler  Carriage, House  and Sign Painter  Call and get prices.  All work guaranteed  Abbotsford -       B. C.  Painting, Sign Writing  General repair work  J. E. PARTON  Abbotsford       -       B. C.  Good Storage Room for  Furniture.  NOTICE  DISSOLUTION  OF  PARTNERSHIP  NOTICE.  F. Leroy Getchell and W. S.; N.  Johnston   of  Northbrook  Shjigle  T. J. DeLair hajs been appoinle 1  Company, have dissolved partner-  my agent during my absence, en-  ������hip.   W.   S.   N.  Johnston  under���������  titling him to collect and pay all   takes all liabilities from 4pril 24th  mils for roe. ������������������    . W. S. N. JOHNSTON.  W. LYLE.

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