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 I''  4i  i fir,"  '���������Mr  vfti.".rjNo:ipr-T;/~   '" *''; ABBOTSFORD. 13/ C.y FRIDAY, .JIJLY 8^1*9-6.'     '  $1.00 PER.iYBAR;,  ..... ,������_......,,  ,.-.J..i.Uh. Il,i J.i  fi.  L.INQS^kfRU'SsSELL,��������� aucti,qneeI .]  VftifcbOlAj^  '������n������iij l>rvr+4 if  Matsqui-Sumas Board of Trade Meets  v  i> ,  "       '     , ���������'   !, ,.    vi.. ��������� ; :���������;���������m  ' ''���������        '    ���������  'Ml,I    t������i  rft**'fL^-������������������     *<4,ituvl,������ ������*4, *  ,...,. tfi;;^t|;;,:Tues|a^r.26;tli:;:  !���������'   U !"i������'U;' ''{'":   ,'������Kll 'o<!)   'I--  f.  ���������Gommencing-^lr-l-o-clockr"- ���������  ;���������   Horses,' Cattle;', ^heepf/Hogt^ahcl Gliielcens are offered ench dayvs  r\    ���������    q"'i ^t*-* '<* j v':j ,lx '-V-'^r^i-W*''.    .������ w.- -������-~fl  Clearing oales are conducted throughout the District. ' I   have  a large -  list oi farm properties and town 'lots' tor private sale!''',s  'v^.A',number.oFfirstrclass'horses,'^  listed-with me for private,sale or trading purposes.   ���������  (< r  'il  Opening of- New 'Auction Rooms on the ���������  ;���������'     -=? 12thHlnst^ia1$3.pr)^c!; <rrr  vf Furniture will, be offered Jghairs, Bedsteads,  .':      Tables, - Dressing Tables"/; Dressers/ etc.    '  .. <r  l> ^t^)  i A  v >  SI   I S������? \/ F-" V^ ^ ��������� Arrangements' can be' made for all classes  %mJ ffv V ���������������"������������������' I ������"_?. 'of Survey "and "Engineer wor kx through  this office.    Ask those we have J worked jf or :V������ They will tell  you our  \ybrk is correct and welLdane., -Our t fees,", are. -more -reasonable' nor  because"we know our business'and"'wdrk:>^uickl)),.J'i-'!!:'--<-  LINDSAY RUSSELL  AUCTIONEER,   LIVE  STOCK,   REAU'fESJAjTE-   .j  '"   :.'r" "'l!a'nd' INSURANCE agent  ,,��������� ���������,.: ���������;":;:;;:"i ':^BBpTSFaR"D? &���������&  tfriie"!Rratso;ui-Sumas Boarrl ' ��������� 'of  tVade-'mebin their rooms; oh' Monday1 .'evening���������'list" with- a'fair" attendance. '; -i ������������������" - v'( '';.'< ���������  /jjTho minutes of tiie previous meet  in ft", were rcad^antlvadopted.'ji '  .,^Commuiuc.qtio,ni from. ,the. .se.crel  4')"y��������� o������ (he \it/C. 1-MnniicpaI,iLies. was  i^efiivcd.andsfUQd^.nu,!!   {..     .,M...  fjCommuniaation  .from      Railway  Commis.sioncrs .received  and   filed  ?iMr. Charles HiJ'*.Tqut was elected  Nticc'-nresidcnt, of.',the, board. The  " & . ,. ' ' ��������� ' - ''' ', ' -' ' v������'>���������<,��������� - v  nomination, , was proposed    by   J.  Vy. McCallum ,and seconded by A.  C^m'pbell, s . .;,,,. , '-.,'.,..  .'^Reports'-.of \Comnitt)ees���������H. A.(-"  anson .reported ,for committee ,ap-  pointed to look after railway, cross-  ings, s-tating that .the commissioners .'had sent .their .inspector and  the^dommictee had taken,him "over  ,|.|, i| ..,-     ���������. ���������> < >   ���������      .    I r .;,     ,  he grounds antiV-he. had decidee on  cussion regarding -a-water systen  'for the town of Abbotsford. .Alsc.  the   advisability' of   incorporta,n,'g(  the town.   The matter was laid ov-  er to come  up later.'  '"  n-i  asldiig  tha'i; ^loxitrose .Avenue b.e  i-i ��������� li1  ..   .     'i .!   opeihed, up , by '-having''a crossing  "undpr^neath > the railway;_ and, that,  Oscar   street   be   widened    twenty  feet! and,-railings ,put ,on. .   . ,   ,  ^Thei,,i;eporL , was .received.,,   (   ,  ^'���������"Pqllpwing .this,ih.er.e arpse a ,dis-  The , (Question., of, a farming  linci, agricultural society between  the : municipalities of Matsqui' and'  Sumas,' Abbotsford. arid ' Hunting-'  don''was-discussed. ' i���������'   :     i    ���������  -, '  -, It whs mov'ed'by' Al E.' Daviss a'n'd  seconded'-by 'H. 'Alanson- that the  secretary write, the. council of, Su,7  mas,, and Matsqui,muriicipalites and,  'i ,J- r ii      i ,*���������.      ii,,,   ���������     /.,, i  get j their opinion, and chances of _  support from the' different municipalities' to'ward"an'c agr-cultur'a"!'  'exhibition''next 'year. ' Carried.- ;    '  '"Moved"by H. Alanson 'ahd'secon'd'  ed'by'W."J. Warq'that at* the-next'  meeting of the board,the question-  iii  of incorporating the town of Ah-,  botsford be considered;  also pro-  'II I |       r   '     1 l        ' r ,.       ^   ,     ..J   i T ,_   '    ,    .^  viding  the   water   system  for  the  whole town. "Carried'.'''     '' '  ''"'"  1   I ��������� ...  . There being',ho-further business1  .the j me~eting  adjourned   until    the  .first 'Monday' in August."' '" -: -���������-  Happily Wedded  ���������-I  , jALuqli   iinte^est* was   aroused  in  ���������Abbotsford on Sunday (by the marriage of Mi\ Arthur Blethyn Hu'l-  .toiv Harrop,-! second-, son.^of .-Mr.,    '  Wii'.iam Edward Montague Hu'.ton-     '*  . fcfarrop,( J. J?.,,l). L., pf, Lythwood ,.,,  l-fai:,,, Shrewsbury,,. England,. i.yo  ���������  Miss Annie  Welch, third;daughter [.������������������  'of'Mr-. Henry Moses Welch; Maccles-' '  'field, England.   The event created 'j'   '  no little1 stir 'and'although' 'the'hews' r  .ol the time of t'hV>;marriage   ha!d ',''c'  .been  kept rather, ,quiet? ,a,gpodly  number assembled''at St. Matthews' '*  i;        >������������������     iilt-ui     !iiii,.|      it <-���������."   ,...,      (fiijV"  church  to   witness .the, ( ceremony.   .  The church had been tastefully'and   l''  neatly decorated,with, syringa and   (.t.  roses., ,,/rhe '..biide,,, looked.,  very ,  .charming   in   a mauve-clored. tra-  ������      , in  i| i    ��������� nit (i ,.>  Vbt  i, -  -hi  Sugar Baet: Works,  \iV   Si  i\y.' ���������-, i ,7>"ff v v  ..i >  1.1  ir ,'t.  /,'  Abbotsford's Pioneer Stors  1      "  ;i a^APints,   75c per doz;?���������/;*:,-  !        Quarts, $1.00 per doz. ,  :;        Haif't:ffi;$L^!per"Jc(oz. ���������  Fifs'f'Quality^.fir'G! S������&iyf- ]  ��������� - i     t .1 ir  .-.   v   - t   i   i ,i     r >��������� it r - ������ - .  ,r - -,r ,--\   ���������������������������    . .,.. ; -     -,-x -j ������     : ^  We' sell sugaii rat then  lowest possible prices  / v rf ^ \ '-*' y r  THE   PIONEER  '^.ctive'.'work" is -underway'having  fo'r Us object the establishment of  Vsugarifbeet4 factory, in  the--Eraser {V'-aliey.'' ''The \ movement -..has  bet-ri inaugurated-by ainumber-.of  prominent.-residents of..'the -"V-alle}'  .ind 'Vancouver-.!��������� From-.theprogress  made and .thesuppoivi , .'l:i;eiing< given  the project.by the farmers a-nd.busi,  ���������'iiess' men- .ofth'e-     district,..the  enterprise  seems to-be* certain-,  -of.  realization'and it  is, to,-be hoped  Jt6^have;-the, -works -,inc.operation  Hn^September, 1911.   /The   company  will  have a capital-.of- $300,000 , .to.  .commence-',with   and   is , now   ,,in  course-,of- incorporation. - -It   is   to  be known as- the Eraser- Valley Sugar Works, Ltd , and an excellent.  site,��������� with "water    frontage;       has  been secured at'Mission City:  At a'recent meeting of the Board  of Trade at Mission the matter of  establishing a sugar beet factory  in the district was fully -discussed  and it \vas proposed to bring the  matter'before the attention of the  government and in a measure to  .'setk its' co-operation in the establishment'of the industry. The  board also heartily endorsed the  movement;and authorised -the-pres  idejit- and- secretary to sign -the  petition being- circulated among  Lh'e residents asking for their en-,  dorsation.  '.Such an industry would grea'dy  benefit the farmers of the"'Valley.  The establishment of a fruit cannery in connection with the enter  prise would" be rendered possible  by the lower'cost of sugar,"and it  would be iri itself a matter of  considerable revenue to the fruit  grower by making marketable  much of his surplus products.  .There cannot be any doubt but  that the'sugar industry would bent  fit tlie farmers to a very great extent. In Raymond,-Alta.,-the fai-  mcrs are- making $125 per acre from  sugar .beets,-and .with the1, soil and  climate, -in , the Fraser , Valley the  same or,a better crop, can be.-relied.  upon. Iu addition to the revenue  derived, the farmer gets his .-winter  fodder free, because the pulp is re -  turned to him, pulp which contains  . l.iM  , tl:e i protein. intact,t .he ,most-1.yal7  .uable. part, of feed.,, This, makes the,  growing of'sugar beets, the  most  1 economical of crops.   It takes no-  . thing" oiit'as ^far as"the s'ugar is  .concerned for the',reasori������'that'.Ihe-  ������sugar, is  compose'd ,of  water, and  ; carbonic,, acid ,-qnly ;,.A11  the.nitro  gen! and  phosphates  are"returned  as pulp, and are either converted in  to. milk,' beef 'or returned'" ultimately to the ground as manure.  The' fact- must -further- be- consider-,  ,,ed  that after ,the ,first crop  sub-  i ������������������-.'���������      <- " - ��������� ,,!     - -'   -  sequent crops increase^25 per cent  ,.oW;ing to the 'treatment' the soil re-*  ceives from sugar beet cultivation.  The  farmer has advantage of an  experienced chemist at his disposal,  in the sugar works, and,his ground.  will be treated scientifically.  ���������     SIBBALD-SWIFT  ,6n Wednesday, June 29th. ii;  St! Paul's church by the Rev. A'. E!  i)aviss,' M." A., Mr. Thomas' Alfred  Swift, Mr- D., of ��������� -Abbotsford, ��������� and:  Miss Florence Daisy Sibbald, daughter of Mrs. Sibbald Lamb and the  late Capt. Wi'.liam Sibbald of Gran-  by, Quebec, were united in marriage.    -   '      '     '  After spending 'a few days at .the  coast.the  newly, married   -couple-  arrived in Abbotsford where, they,  will reside, the doctor haying     a  lucrative practise.  F    1 *  FUTURE LOOKS GOOD'TO HIM.  Mr. Scoffin of Chilliwack, on a,  tour throught the province, was in  town on Saturday last and visited  some of our fruit lands, including  Mr. D. H. Nelson's nursery. He  claims that we have better'fruit  lands than ha had seen in all his  travels through the preovinee: He  was also charmed with thd 'situation of our town and surrounding  plume the  gift'of the'bridegroom  '"'Victor.,jadward ,-Hultan-Har;r-op,i  .brother of the bridegroom-; attend  ed as best man, and the bride w*a  given away by her father." *,",r' !" "  ���������   The ceremony was conducted7 by  the! Rev.. A. E. Daviss .''���������"! T   '<"  i    ,'' ,.     ' -i     ��������� ,  ,3.'>r :m i . j  At the conclusion of the service  'th'e1'bridal pair amidst'a shower of'"  'rice, entered an    automobile   and   .  ���������������������5ere--drivenr'K-pffwto -.the^ pictures-, ;,_  qaejly situated .Lythwoo^^/"Ranch,"j^"  thei residence of Mr. and.Mrs. Vic-   ,  tor,  ,Hultan7Harro,p.. Here, 'a . r,e-..���������  ception was "held, at which "}s,,rtlje  following guests ..were^'present ;^Mi\ ,\  and Mrs. Sumner, Miss Gwend.o,le,n^!(lA.  vSumner, Mr. and, Mrs. Taylor, ,JVlr. .^  H. H. Skelton, Mr. A"!,,]_., '^Barrett  i[  and Mr. Joseph Heath. ,   p ,,.,���������'������  An * -iin^erefsting -feature 'bf>'i the > -"'  marriage was that all the -,gue9tB  'as-well as the bride and bridegroom-���������'-* '  hailed from the-Old-'Country. r;The "  newly  married  couple ��������������������������� afterwards' ��������� v ���������''  left  amidst  the   hearty congratu- *'  lations  and felicitations of    their *'-'"  friends, to .take up their residence  at  Wellington ranch, "one of  the' '  finest an dlargest fruit ranches" in  '' *  the  district. "'    ���������"; ' -'   -'   *' ' ;  MAPLE   GROVE   ITEMS, ,, , .'..,  \ I,-';-'-.'  Miss   Bertha Lobstead  of      Pitt,,,..)  Meadows, who  has been   -visiting   *  Mrs. E. R. Reminston, has returned ....-<���������  home. <���������       ���������-. ��������� -i  Mrs.  Hoye, who has been1'   the -������������������J  , guest of friends here for the7 -past  three weeks, received a wire -'-this   ^  morning calling her home to'  Port  Hammond. '      ������������������"'"���������   '���������  "   ""   - ' " '  Mr. and Mrs. Latham have'gone  to Vancouver to visit their parents  Mr. Porter Fleming, known to his   .  friends as "Slim" was taken to Su- , ,.  mas to the hospital there, where he  was successfully^ treated for a ease-. ��������� -  of blood poisoning in one of his  feet. ���������   ..       ���������.������-!_   ''*'���������_ ' ���������  On  account  of  poor health  Mr.  Sam Hartnell left here .'on Monday"   "'  for Portland, Or., and the"Mineral  Springs, where he will stay indefinitely, or until completely restored  Miss   J. MacKay's  school closed  here this week with a short pro- *  country,-and   to   show  the-great ��������� gramme, .Miss, l^iller^ of Clayburn }  faith he has in the, future    of   the  town he purchased seven" town lots  before he left.. He was over to  Mt. Lehman district and'so pleased  was he with the-district that he  became the owner of 80 acres.'Mr  C. A. Sumner put the deals through  Mr. A. Cruickshank of Chilliwack  spent a few days in town this week  furnishing the music on the school i  organ. f       .     ���������  ���������       i  ' Rolls of -Honor and .-prizes, were,  given for General Proficiency to,  Laura( Purver; Deportment' 'to  Victor Walters;'Regularity' and  Punctuality, D. Hartnell; Prizes for  ranks' in classes', .Violet Stewart.  Nel-ie Healey, Blanche Heaey; Rob^-  'ert Thompson. Bernard "Case  m  i  "3|  ������������������/.������������������  li\  '/  .41  -I  M  y\  i?  ������' >������  ft I  C1*   |  11  lirtf  4  "'Hi  ->f  , i--'4j[  ..wf  ��������� t** i  ���������'   'XI  - av't  :$  &���������  q  4  ��������� h.  ���������<->)  US -���������h^.f^j.  I . ~  ,  ������������������I      '  Pour)      :*.  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,      ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  CHURCH   SERVICES  Presbyterian     Church��������� Rev * I  I  Campbell, B. A., B. D. pastor.  AL)botsfo:-d, 1-1 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  upper Sumas, May 29, and every  alternate Sunday at 3. p.m.  C. E., Wednesday at 8 p.m.  Sunday School at 'A p. m.  Methodist Church���������Rev. A. D. Storey,  pastor.  Abbotsford, 7:30 p. m.  Sunday School JO a. m.  Presbyterian .Church���������Rev. A. D.  Alder.  Mount Lehman, 11 a.m.  Pine Grove, 7 ;30 p.m.  Glenmore, 2 ;30  St. Mathews Church- -  ',   Rev'. A. E. Daviss,     Vicar.  Abbotsford.���������  Services for July  ���������    July 10 at   2:^0; July 17 at 11:00  am.,. July 24th at 2;30; July 31 at  11 a.m.  Ciayourn���������at  7 ;30  p.m'..  HENDERSON & TAYLOR ;  (Associate Members can. soc. civil Engineers.)  CIVIL   ENGINEERS  >  >  >  >  >  | R. A. HENDERSON    , f  < B.  C.   LAND   SURVEYOR  * P. 0. Box 11.   .   Office, next P.O. Abbotsford"  ABBOTSFORD  POSTOFFICE  Office hours from S a. m." to 7, p. m.  ���������No 314 Mail train from Vancouver  and east due 8:07.  No 307 Mial train from States due  6:53. . -  ���������   Train No. 314 south bound due al  3 ;07; No 308 due at 17:27.  Train No. 307 north bound due at  6 ;33; No 313 due at 18:22.  Great Northern���������going north  at  6;20; going south at 7;15.    .  Alan ior upper Sumas every Monday,  Wednesday and Saturday, 1 p. m.  Mi.il for Peardonvllle every Tuesday  and Saturday, l'p. m.  M.-\il for Aldergrove, Shortreed.  and Otter,', every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 1 p.m.  -     THE ABBOTSFORD POST  Published    cvory    Kriday    hy    the   l?ost  Publishing Company.  A iwekLy-Jnui-iinl devoted to tlie interests ol* AhbotHford  and am.  ti-ict. '  Advertising Rate* made know  plication.  L.-CJAL. ADVIillTISiXG���������12 cents per  line for first insertion, and S cents a line  for aM subsequent eon.-ieeutlve In-forrloii.-s.  Our SMbtoolcth���������Neither for nor agin'  the  .Government.  'uidiny dis-  'ii a\)  FRIDAY, JULY   8,1910  BUSINESS   DIRECTORY  ABBOTSFORD.  OF  *<Tt  General Stores ��������� *  Authier Bros.  D. W. Turnbull,  M,:.L. McPhee.  ,Ht'tels���������   '"     ;   -  Abbotsford Hotel, H. Freeman,'Prop.  - Commercial, J. A. Blair, Manager.  , Real   Estate��������� - '       -..   .  ' J. W. McCallum.  C. A'..'Sumner.  Western Realty, J.' J. McPhee & W.  ���������  Nelson.  Lindsay Rvis������el������ C. E.  Auctioneers���������'  , *    ,.. ���������    - ��������� -    -,. >  Lindsay Russell, C. E.  J.   VV". McCallum  Banks���������  Royal Bank of Canada, W. H. Kerr,  Manager. t ���������  Creamery���������  H. A.-Howe,-iProprietor. .  Hardware and Furniture���������  H.  Alanson.  Butchers���������  J. Monkman.  Ruthig and King.  Livery Stable���������  Lyle & Anderson  Baker and Confectioner���������  L. Legace.  RESTAURANT��������� "  Conrad Andersen.  ,Painters���������  J. W.L 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.'   '���������    '  SADDLERY   and   HARD VV ARE--  B. J. Gernaey.  CARPENTER   and- CONTRACTOR  R. J. Shannon,  MERCHANT -TAILOR.  T. C. Coogan.  SURVEYORS  Henderson, and  Taylor.  % ��������� ���������*  4-. * . - t  egace t  3������  ABBOTSFORD,   BAKER  ��������� i      ' ��������� ',  Bread, Buns, Kisses,  Cream Puffs  Wedding Gake a. Specialty  'a  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  3������  f  ff  It is the people jn; the town that  make the town; not the. town thai,  makes- the  people.    We  are  p'.cas ���������  ed to see the people of Abbotsford  take up  Lhe question of incorpor  ali'.in and to discuss it thoroughly  whii-h we hope it will be.   It may  be   too   soon   Lo  havef  the   matter  seLLled  by'incorporating;  and yet  it  may  not.   It  all  depends  upoi:  what tlie propertyholders think-d-  bout it. If all are' willing to buckie  to and -meet the running expenses  of   the   newly   incorporated   town  the  time  is ripe for incorporation  otherwise if- there are a few dissent  ing ones why perhaps it would be  better   not   to   incorporate.  _ *0*  There is a small town on "Vancou  ver, island called'Cumberland and  when they run shor.t of improvement money, they send a man-to  Victoria and he comes back with  .a promise of help. That promise  .-is usually made good.  ��������� There are several small towns in  tbe interior which .were incorporat  ed many years before their time.  There are cities in the produce  that date their material progress  from the day they were incorporat  ed as cities.  -.There are some small towns that  would"be much better were thsy incorporated.  Abbotsford should have a good  water system that would .benefit  all. Good pure water is always  wholesome. Every fami'.y uses it  e% ery member of every family usee  Water to drink, some like to have  it handy at all times of tha day-  while some people relish it most of  all the first thing in the morning  To have the town supplied with  Water is an absolute necessity to  any  town  that   means  to  prosper.  if  your  neighbor  is  prosperous.,  let him prosper.   Do not growl or  grumble.   Say   a good    word    for  him and let it go at that.. Do not  be a knocker.   If you see that the  town is moving along nicely, feel  good  about   that.   Help   things  a-  long.   Sho(ve  a iittle.   Push.      Try  and   secure   some   of   the   benefi;  yourself.   Do not stand like a cadaver.   Do not waste time feeling  sore because some fellow has, a little more sand and sense than you  have.   Do a-little hustling yourself  If you can say a good word say it  like   a prince.   If  you   are. full   of  bile and disposed to say something  mean, keep your mouth closed. Do  not be a knocker.   No man ever be  came rich and happy minding anybody's business save'bis own.   No  man ever helped himself up  per-J  maiiently  by  knocking  his neigh  bors down. Give a kind word.Giv.'  it liberally. I'- wil not cost a cent  an dyou may want one yourself  some tlay. You cannot afford tu  knock. It will not pay. There is  nothing in il'. IC you want to throw  something  throw cologne. Oi  roses. Do not throw brickba'b  Or mud. Tf you must ki'jk���������go to  some secluded spot and kick yourself. - b'or if you feel that way you  are the man that need? the kicking  Paste tliis in your hat.   o '  IIANEY NOTES  Mr. James Selkirk has resigned  the rcevesh'p, and now Mr. J. C.  McParlane of Hammond is , reeve  Mr. McFarlane served on last-year's  council and is in touch with the  business   of  lhe  municipality.  The council evidently believe in  ftolid comfort while doing business  for the municipa'ity, and have purchased, seven leather cushioned  chairs to sit. in , whilq. transacting the business of the municipality to the best advantage,. One  must give them credit for in their  generosity they did not forget the  municipal-clerk as they bought one  for him just as comfortable^ as the  ones they bought for themselves'..  It shows the .council appreciate, his  services and he will enjoy it every'  office day of the year.  The - real estate tax of -Maple  Ridge for this year is about $12,000  and about $2,000 is expected from  road taxes.  .Nearly all the teachers of the  municipality have resgned and the  secretary of the school board is advertising for teachers for next  term.  Some people think that the clerk  of the municipality has .but very  little to do, but he has some 800 accounts' in "his ledger." One firm who  deals in real estate of the district  has some 60 different accounts.  The C." P.-R. station is a icreditft'?  the little 'town. The . company's  property on the north side of the  track has been fenced in and'Mr.  Hunt, the station agent," has. begun  to beutify the place. He ia an ad-  ept'^at this and should he remain a  few years Haney will be- able' to  boast of the most beautiful station  and residence on the western div-  .sion  It is claimed there is a good auto  mobile road from. Haney. to-. New  Wiestminster and "Vancouver. Mr  W. McNeil of the Canada Power  Company motored in on Saturday  last.  The engine from camp.one'fell  through the trestle on Wednesday  Charlie Opplinger the engineer wai  badly scalded and is now in the Sumas  hospital.    .  GEN ERAUMERCH ANTS  Only first class ,"'"',  ���������   Groceries,' ' ��������� ��������� '''���������'  : Dry Goods. '   '"���������'���������"  Flour, Feed, and Grain  Boots and Shoes  Kept in stock  Essendene Ave.,  Abbotsford, B. C.  man  ������     PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY     g  arness an  Mr. Farmer, wfren you require a new Set of Harness, a new Saddle, Saddlery Hardware, or anything  in the Horse Clothing, call around and see  '      ������.  J. GERNAEY  and you will be suited.  LIVERY AND FEED STABLE  !>nd' ' -  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       ,. ."���������"."'    :.  tiannon  Builder and Contractor  Rough and Finished "Lumber always on  hand  Estimates furnished free  Ablidtsfdrd and Mission  J. W. GOLDEN  Painting1 : *  Paper Hanging  Decorating =  , Sign Writing  ;Kalsomining  Graining  ABBOTSFORD. B. C.  CANADIAN  PAIR   DATES.  . ,, *-,2__������ *_____  '.   Alberta, Provincial Exhibition, at  Calgary, June 30 to July 7. '   ,  Portage .la  Prairie      Exhibition,  July 11 to 14.     : .  Winnipeg Industrial Exhibiton at  Winnipeg, July 13 to 23.  Inter-Provincial ��������� Exhibition,    at  Brandon, July 25 to 29.  Saskatchewan Provincial Exhibition at Regiiia, August 2 ito 5.  Stock  Show  and  Race  Meet,  at  Etimohton,  August   23 \o 36.  ���������Canadian National" Exhibition at  Toronto, August 27 to Sept 10.  "   Dominion Exhibition at  St.'John  N. B., September 5 ito 15.  Western Pair, at'London, Sept-,  ember 9'to 17.  ������������������ Central- Canadian -Exhibition   at  Ottawa, September 9 to 17.  Provincial Exhibition, New Westminster, B. C,  October 4  to 8.     '  - Coming the big show soon. l Are  You Crazy" dont miss it.  Mr. G. H. Aliardes' of the Royal'  Bank staff, left yesterday for his  holidays. His place is taken by.  M.  W. He slip.   o���������,   WHAT'S THE ANSWER?  An Englishman thrice divorced  wants to see his child by one of his  divorced wives, which wife has been  twice divorced and ia now married  to the divorced husband of a divorced wife of her former husband  who is making jthe plea.  FOR SALE-Portable bake oven  capacity 120 loaves per hour. Very.  little used, cost new $150, i.o.< b. Van  couver $100.   Enquire at this office  NOTICE  Left  on  my  place  at    Straiton,  B. C, one dark mare and colt.  If not claimed within thirty days  and costs paid, they will be sold foi  expenses.  Dated at Mission City, B. C.'Juno  22nd, 1910 "  J. PARMER,  Straiton, B. C.  INSURANCE LOANS  Abbotsford, Homesites  If you are looking for a home  or snappy investments  in towii lots, acre-v  age or farm  property  see  The Pioneer Real Estate Broker of Abbotsford  - ������'i  A  \i  ���������M  I  I'i'B.  ���������Ill  'if  i  \i  hi  m  IjZil^jli--j?���������'���������'..*H'  *_Ut-jJL, M  THE' ABBOTSFORD .HOST, "    ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  THREE  \'k  IK ,0F, CANADA  ABBOTSFORD,  B, C.  Capitafpaid up,~$M)00,000.'  Reserve Fund, $5,700,000.  Total Assets, $70,,000,000. ���������  ' A general banking business transacted.  SAVINGS    BANK  Account's 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, manage*  j  COMMERCIAL  uwmitwmmmiirwmmemimmmntmiui  HOTEL  J. McELftOY & Co.  LIQUORS,   VyiNES, AND   CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  Cor. Essendene Ave. and Oscar St.,  CITY  To Farmers and Fruitgrowers  1048 Westminster Ave., -     '���������  -    - Vancouver, B .C.  ��������� ' . See H. Alanson's  Show Room for     .        ,  Mowers, Rakes and Hay Tedders,'Cultivators.&c.  Lumber and Farm Wagons.  ��������� DAIRYMEN���������Write us re the'Hazelwood"-Milking Machine.   We  have now 7 milking plants working in the vicinity of> Chilliwack.  H. ALANSON, Agent,   ; ��������� ABBOTSFORD  Owned and operated by H. L. Nicholson"of "Matsqui is  ".Never out of order" *  Travellers and small excursion parties taken wherever  they wish to* go.- Will meet people from Mission' at the  C.P.R. bridge."  Call me over the phone at Grist's store  B. C.  MATSQUI,  Small Wants  !! Goes to The  Our paper floss to the homfe  and Is read and welcomed there.  If you wish to reach the housewife, the real arbiter of domestic  destinies, you can do so through  our paper and our Classified  Want Ads. form an Interesting  and well-read portion of it.  UvtrrWhlad lk������ bt ������������������ V   UtCurtf  - A small "Want Ad "in  'the Abbotsford Post  may seeure just exactly  what you are after.  A small advertisement  of 25 words or less,    '  25c. for one issu2  five times for $1.00  It might mean  many dollars if you  advertise in  The 'Abbotsford Post  ,. ".Next door to Post Office."  I'drrespondence   ,'  We do not hold ourse'ves res pn-  sible for*the' opinion of correspondents as expressed xijider (.heir Signature. -     (  THE RENOj'NEVADA FIGHT  i    ��������� *  No    Fiasco,   ..The'Genuine   Article  Citizens  of-Abbotsford, what "do  you.think of it?,  This big fght was  "practised and pursued under proper conditions'7-'       as  tlie rporter  of our third effort to procure a box  'ing match writes in Post of the lst  Do  you pronounce this "th'i  nioac  manly and scientific form of sport'7  cr,,is it like oar three fiascoes, "a  disgusting   and   degrading  exli'i1-  ition     of        most   ,     viciou.s animal  passions?"   It  surely  hi      tho  "sport's"  themselves  being   iudgci  "Those   conscientious   people   >rho  constitute r the   anti-boxing      element of tho community" are,' to be  congratulated   and   ought    to    be  greathy  mul'ipliod    by    additions  from the ranks of the non-conscien  tious   elements  designated   by  the  name of "sports"   There are sports  , that hill and surely w.o have read  accounts'of one that took place on'  ,thc 4th of July  in* Reno, Nevada,  that 'killed.   It killed the i=at ves-  . tige of respeclibility of the notorious city^of Reno ; it kilted tho honor of the whole state of Nevada'-it  kilted, we hopc���������v'the possibility of  such an exhibition of human brumal  ity ever being seen on this fair continent.   Let  it  die  and  be  buried,  ��������� this abomination' and reproach on  the name of a.Christian nation.  .J. L. C.  THE'FIRST OF JULY     '   .    ,  - " ;A"ND THE FOURTH  0tS9;  Dominion Day and Independence  Day are holidays i,ri Canada     and  the    United - States -  respectively  "They have come and gone once a-  gain, declaring as the mile-post is  .past that we are a year' older *md  ;may.we say, a year wiser". We "are  growing   greater   in   population in  ���������wealth  and^ in experience,* are  we  growing -wiser and better���������an exr  ."ample:.to the ���������oth'eiv-'natioh.sVof.the  .earth?   It  is  a matter   of   .c'hoice.  "We   cannot.avoid   growing .older,  we may avoid growing foolish. "He  is a fool who owns no master but  'his .own small seil'f; who is so "unthinking and so non-intelligent as  to suppose that there is.no Creator  -forjthe world or for man, and no  moral governor to whom moral, rational beings must give an account  A wise man wro*������ long ago "The  fool hath said in his heart, there ib  no-God"   The sun is-in the sky and  gives us light aiX       TLeat" Iveu  though  'some   silly   person  should-  profess .he did not believe il/jr say  we cannot know.    '  f Canada is becoming greater rw-  ery year" in population, in Lhe .t-  mount of her products, her exports  and' imports; greater too im 'industry; and'in our ' schools and  churches do their duty and our  citizens embrace their golden opportunities and rise to their res'pon  sioilities' we wD be greater-  yet'in all. those things, which make  nations 'great. - The twentieth  century is ours to makef Canada a  ioader of nations in intelligence,  in      industry, in sobriety  in purity        and  also in  righteousness.  VIDEO.  mmHM^l/MBWHt^MsmumwtiuaiittKmm  , HOTEL  abbotsford; B.cf. ,  -   Strictly first-class in every respect.   The bar is  stocked with the best of wines,,liquor and cigars,   '  ' RATES,  $l'.50' TO  $2.00  PER   DAY  iKaa_Q_r_s&_E~~i  ;H. FREEMAN,  PROPRIETOR  ' ������bbm������hb������������m-������-^^  ABBOTSFORD,   ONE     NIGHT   ONLY  WEDNESDAY,   JULY   13  The daman's in the Funny Farce Comedy  "ARE YOU CRAZYn  1' y OR.THE --   '-���������' *"���������  THREE TWINS  BANO'ANd ORCHESTRA,, -  ,. '    Watch-for'DailyiConcert's.  PRICES: Reserved, $1.00 -AdriittsiDh.: 75c;.  CHILDREN,  50c  Seats on- Sale at Usual Place   ''  vw&kmmmsjimmm^mm  THE SAVING  CLAUSE    -  In   olden   days   'twas   held   that  thrift  Hanked as old Scotia's truest gift  But that is ended;  For now our reckless friend named  Scot  Draws   or  drai/is   his     tittle, lot  Till  all's  expended.  And   we,  Avith   sorrow deep,  lament  This  loss of northern sentiment���������  'Tia sad and shocking;  Yet,   ere   his   boose   pal  starts   to  quake,  it might be just as well to shake  Our Scottie's stocking.  GLEN  VALLEY'GLEANINGS  Dan Cupid has been busy in the  valley, Last Tuesday Miss Lydia  Moore was married to1 Mr. Briant  and in the near .future three more  coup'es will endeavor to find happiness  in matrimony.  - Mr.' Frank McKenzie, M, L. A.,  paid a visit to the gang working  on Jackman road and informed Mr  Harry Leaf that the government)  had voted $500 in' additon to the  $1000 already granted.  Several of the Glen ValLey foot  ball team assisted jubilee in/ the  match at Mt. Lehma'n, but went  down again before the inviivb'e  Mitchell and Cox of Mission u bo  played for Mt. Lehman.  On Sunday afternoon Mrs. Sherlock, wife of Mr. Joseph Sherlock  a resident of over twenty yc-irh on  Jackman road, was buried al Aberdeen, cemetery, Aldergrove.  ��������� Mr. P. M'cLellan has disposed of  a team of three year old colts for  the sum of $550 to a resident of Haney.   o   WHONNOCK WHISPERINGS  Miss   Annie   Wilkie   formerly  of  Hatzic   has   bqe,n   appointed,    to  Whonnock school.  A pic-nic for the joint schools of  Whonnock and Ruskin was held in  Whonnock on Thursday last, under the direction, of Miss Kneeshaw  of Whonnock school and Mr. Donald Martin of Buskin school. Sports  ���������followed in the afternoon, most of  the prizes being captured by Ruskin scholars.      t      ���������  ITEMS FROM BUSY HATZEC  Mr. Gerald Ketchesonof Ganges,  B. C, is home for. the summer holidays.  Miss M.' McTaggart,' matron of,  Kamloops hospital is visitng her  parents 'at  White   Cottage.  lt is understood that,the plans  for the Hatzic school have, been  sent to the school board for approval." It is to be"'hoped that- the  board will see the necessity of having tlie school ready for the fall  term as th'e present building will  not accommodate the number, of  children who will be of ^school age -  after the holidays.  The raspberry crop seems to be  a fairly average "crop in this part  some of the local growers ship-  eping as many as 50 crates per day  Mr. J. G. Michie, formerly) owner -  and manager of the Hatzic saw mill  it;   leaving Hatzic   totake  a remunerative   position   at   Victoria.  Few indeed are the people in  these days of money and madness  who go to the theatre to be instruc  ted. They go to be amused, a  hearty laugh, a chance to forget  business cares and worries. To  such people and they are in the  majority, no show appeals as much  as the comedy, and the p?ay the  Clamans present this season, "Are  You Crazy" is full of laughs and  surprises, and entirely different  from any play they have  _produced before. Don't Miss Seeing them at the Maple Leaf Hall. ������  Wednesday July 13. Prices $1.00,  To and 50 cents. ;  I  4  Ml  '���������'Cr  <-y%\  '' #i?l  - <ja  -��������� ������������������$���������  ,- -$  ��������� il  ��������� i  ���������?{  a  ���������I*  (  ,*!  , >\  i'i  t -  > i  m^mmm&^M  ^^ss^s^s^sss ffotffc  .th"e.abbotsf6rd,.post, abbotsf:6rd,,b. c..  T  ^e.h..^^,^o,<.o������.o/.  -. -V-' -vr^^--,r'/r'A-'--/p'>i--v.<---n-*''/^''A---'.(*->i,--Vi--'A'---A',',.--'i^-iiv,i-'',*'',k'''pA',''.^-v^-',, ^r  '   <���������-     -   i        h ���������     a   t  5"*  ;.. All-kinds of iresh meats in season.  ONLY Al   MEATS  KEPT  IN  STOCK  :<_  'V  : f  11  ENJOY  LIFE-'DURING  "FLY-TIME"  i y   ,' v ,���������      I >   .-    '    ������ .���������> <.  J '   .J '    -.     ���������-.'/.! /   ',   .  i    v    '    ���������  . Ey- buying one of our-Screen Doors and a window or Iwo.  Our Stock and prices are right, and you will be suited.  Matsqiii.r Hotel  MISSION'CITY/'B'.'C!  r  !'l  il  v   ���������'������������������;���������!  Leave your,^orderwith us for   Binder Twinei solll'.'. at,; very \low  price������?^i.(?4-???-lV?5IX-Ar(,.-..-.'--..������..'. -  -'^-' -���������: ���������r-.-v.vvr^.'r.-.i  In Dish Pans that  sell at 75   cents ,ther^ is still, at'wih'dow full at .  i,|      50 cents each.    Don'timiss this 'bargain.,; 'y '  \  1.1  >ii  This hotel has been   thoroughly,  rennovatedl throughout and is now  open to the public.,,,.,   ,    - ,,    -,  1 he   bar | it stocked  with   the  choicest wines, liquors   and cigars. t  ,, Rates: $1:50to$2,per day,,,,,,  ������������������ SAM'GILES; Proprietor/"'1'  ,1  WATER  'NOTICE   ��������� i _____> <  |:j 15 quarts, $1.00   Delivered twice daily from  . ^vKrri.-tr/i^ne lst. 1910.   Apoly; A'������^:;^T':I ..  Harrop Bros.,: -Lythwodd -Ranch;    Abbotsford  V- r !,'^;.;G>ur,.'cpws;are jpecial!y.���������aelected; and.quality.-. guaranteed:-*;.:",���������".'"'.'''.'j'  t������ ���������* Good cows always for sale.  ,r  r ��������� - i,  ,**   i  1't   K'  ft  '   ./���������   \,  ���������.(  GEORGE FERGUSON  ,\.*i  GENERAL- CONTRACTOR  hi  Specialty, Bjridges, )C,ulverts;'I   J  and Grading  >������ *< i;.  Sdcial and Personal.  Mr.  jV^\.   A,  C.  Harrop    returned , from  Vancouver on Monday morning.  :.;:/ i\ s       .:.: ���������i'iJ_^*_J^ 3 *���������-.< i~i o / ^  .If the-"Post'say-s.it/-i8 soj'it'l  "'"   f *��������� '     i r,"*'   ';-i' ) >' "; I    H   *���������;  v *��������� ',,3  !ven" 'if"-,it>isn-,ti ���������''  ������ ^-"-- ���������-* '!' ���������<���������  s so  !  i  ���������'' Our'constable :was 'a busy 'man on  s    | 6    t ^ *____^ i.-.J-   r/\  Mr. J. J. Sparrow with Mrs.  'Sparrow are spending, a few days  \af "the cbdst/^ U) V  -u  Mr. and Mrs. McMenemy and Miss  Scottie  wants/an1' owner- fo;r ������the'j D'em:i30n!of NeWv.Westmirister were  .visiting,friends at Abbotsford dur-  ing the holidays.   Whi'e here they  ���������.-n.-* >m ,  "belUV  $  * '"  MrsrifjIIowevan.d clindren. are/yiait  ing friends, fin*New: sWe'stmirfster.  Dr.'^Swift   and his bride arrived''  home'rbn Saturday last;--.;  !*.    J.,,.--'  I.'I  tf  Miss"������Gra'w;fo'r'd,'--pr;^ipar'o'f"'the  public schoo', has'resigned and left  l^r Vancouver.;?  V,";!.,y(^': ! ,vc\'  . *   '    Mr. J...W., McCallum,1 who spent a,  few   days   in  Chilliwack,  returned  home >on-Sunday ,lastv.���������- ^ ������:.'  Mr. an dMrsj -Dave Mondhan," of  Langley,;'are'' visitirig Mr. anil'Mrs'  James1 Nelson.' :     ������'���������*>���������'    ..v.:!?    >:  ��������� w  .__' .. ^ i ���������> \  Mr. Tom-Grow" 'and bride returned  to Abbotsford on Sunday ���������evenino;_:^���������  train. ,(-'   -���������''���������   "���������'   ; '   ,' ���������    ������������������������������������ - '��������� , ���������������������������  ' , ��������� ".      V.   ' ' ��������� 1* i ' .   t ��������� , ��������� r  Mrs.'-Solaweil''Of Va'ncouv^'is'vis'  iting her parents ''Mr: and Mrs. H.'  Gazley. ������������������',!,���������-!  Mr. arid Mrs. T. Coogan spent' the  4th  with .'friends' in  Lynden,  \ "'   '"���������    ������������������'���������������������������'' -,   '���������'','  Mr. and Mrs! "Walter> Wells reiur'n  ed home'from'Chilliwack on Tuesday evening.  ��������� ' ���������_*   Miss Eliott of Vancouver spent  a few days at'home with; her parents, Mr. and Mrsj.  - Elliot.  Tbe ion of, electricity has been'  discovered. It is a-thousandth part  of an atom, or abput fifty times the  size of J. A.'s chance of .becoming  mayor-of..Abbotsford, bo says Joe.  Don't worry abput j^our old age  purchase a small\holding in. ',,piv  near Abbotsfbrd and insure your  ^ic>epejndenci:ev , . / , ���������  , Mr(. W. Lylejost a{yaI;uabLe horse,  yesterday; It was one of. a team  that he paid $840 for. Haf had the  team insured for $600.  were the guests of Mrs. Howe and  iMrs:Coogfnn^]i ������fAAu'-->  *  *   '* COavl������.land.;has'been staked right  IintoMthe-'town- of. Abbotsford and  expert opinion says that there is  , every .-indications, of-^this^being one-  of.the,.best.coal to.wns.in B. C.  *      "t ;'.' 5        T! ~'   '    '.,!,.   /     ' '  Mr. H. A. Howe has placed on the  riiarket.his new;,,subdivision.   These  lots are very desirable ones1 as they  are large and in the best residental  part of the town.   The prices are  exceptiona'ly iow, ^ i( Small profits  aiid qui^k returns is (he,.maxim on  which Mr. Howe works.  'Many ^people -have'not' yet forgiven our doctor for having stole a  march on them, however, thanks to  the wisdom and foresight of one of  our 'prominent citizens we knew  when the doctor-and his^ricTe were  't'o/'arrive. All extend hearty con-  'gratulations.'        '������''���������'  Mr.  Fred Bannister   who  travels  in all parts of ihe dominion was par  ticularly  deligh'.ed' withour; ' .little  tbwn as he'came*in' on the   Great  Northern.   The first thing that appealed to himwas   tjhat he was arriving''at a town with' a future! before it.   To a reporter he said "It  appeals to me as a good little town  I would  be  willing to  wager that  tiie man who invests in Abbotsford  to-day'will realize  on his  investment   beyond  his   expectations.   I  intend   to  purchase   here  if  lean  be suited as I believe it ������\' good in-'  vestment.'^ Whpn  last seen     Mr.  Bannister was in' company      with  one of our reai estate' agents.  .Yesterday while several of' our  citizens were going for -a drive tlie  wheel of 'the 'rig came off while going up the hill east of the'*' town.  "Tim" was the only one hurt!  ���������.NOTICE IS HEREBY,GIVEN, tha.t.  an application! \\;ill,be made' under.  Part .Vi .of .the.,'Water Act,,.1909','  to obtain, a.Ibetisa inntha Chilliwack Division,,of tho New ,West-  ,mins(,er   District1.    . ..   ,       ',; ,  (a.) ,The. name, address an:l occu-  jpation   of   the, appbant,-, II,.., A.  Howe/ Abbotsfqr.d, ,B.,,C.������>sa\y mill,  manager,        i,   , ,     ���������',   -   .,., , ';,������, r^,|  j"(b.). The namc.of the,Jake,-stream  |o'r '.source, an .unname.d spivng, r.ia-;  ,'ihg i.iv the N. W. 1-4, See. l,l���������Tp. ^3,  ;E. C. M.,, within, thc\ limits,,of    the,  ;V. V..& E. }\y. K..O..W.     :,.',.   <t ;  1 ', (c), The : point, of ,{divcrsionyiat  the souUierly^oundary of the rpht  'of way cf thelV. V.-&,E. railway.,  ', (u.) -The  quantity of; water, applied, for (in)cubic feet,per second;  i-10 cubic foot..,,    ,, ���������   ��������� ; >'i,i .,,!) -,.  ,ti (e,),,,The'characl.er'6f, thdpropos-/ ;  'e'd ,wor,ks; pipei line. (     ,!,   {'��������� . m, i "  ',  (f) . The jjpremises ,on -which ithe  water .is.,to be used,.' Pine ��������� G'ro.ve  Lumber, mill ,and premises/ situat'ed  in the N. ,W.-i-4,,Sec.a4,- TpM3". .i-m������  ;'(g.)   The..purposes for which the  >vater is to be used, .water supply  a'nd pond for milhV.'!:. ".������ "I fti! ���������!. ;���������  J,l, (j.)' rArea. of..Crown"lahd intended  to be occupied by    the    proposed  .works,.nonq.; > ,, ' It?-   . i,:.!  ,���������.���������---' (���������'.  ij(k.).,rThiS' motice .was,, posted    on  the 25th .day ofiJune',r-1910,/and -application .will .be^,niade -.to tthe; Commissioner ..on, the- 27th,'day "of 'J uly/  lfll0.''f<!   -,:i!i!o   t.<.-iv   i:   >'���������,,>���������    >'.v   j.'',nj  *'"](lO'-'-.G-ive/thevnames^and address-'1  e's of ,'ainy >riparian.;proprieitors:'dr-  licensees, -who or-'Whose 'lands1- arer  likely to be affected-by thepropds'  ed works,, either-above or belowithvi'  outlet,.mone. ;,.   ii'it      ;���������   .'    \'r.  U   ,..'  ''HENRY'A'.:HOWE, -'������������������-"  ^   '   ,l   ,    ' ' lA.bbotsford;"B.'' C."!r  ,^July 1,1910.'  ''  ���������' '     "V* ' '' ���������   ���������' ������*"  |a/ater:������isiot,ice,;  "jNOTICB IS, HEREBY jGIVEN .that  aia application.will,be, mada,.under  Part V. Qfr the, "Water Act, 1909"-  to obtain a license in the . New  Westminster District. -���������     t,  (  ���������'' (a.)   The name, address and> occupation of ;the .applicant, ,E.,M. Curtis:   Huntingdon,, ;B.; C,  Farmer..  ������������������ "(b.)   The name of the lake, stream  or-source, Marshall Creek.  (c.) The point',, of t> diversion,  where creek crosses north! line of  right of way of 'the. Vey 'Road' on  section line between, sections, >,3  and 10 in township 16, New West-  minster District. ���������  ' (d.) The quantity of (water > applied' for (in cubic fe'et per second)  four.  (e.)   The character.of the proposed works," ditch.  Cf.) The premises on which- the  water is to be used (describe same)  S. E. 1-4 and South, 1-2 of N. E. i'-4  of section 11, townsnip 16, 'New  Westminster District.  ' (g.) The purposes for whicht he  water is to be used, watering stock  and irrigation. * >    -    .,   _���������  (h.)   If for irrigation describe the  land intended to be irrigated, giv  ing acreage, S, E.' 1-4 and South 1-2  of N. E. 1-4 of Sec. 11, Township 1G  New    Westminster    District,    240,  acres.  (k.) This notice was posted on  tlie 27th day, of June,, 1910, and application will be made to, the Commissioner on the 27th day of July,  1910. - ^  JB. M. CURTIS,  Huntingdon, B.  C.  July 1, 1910.   >   There will be a local option meet  ing in the Presbyterian church on.  Monday August lst at .8 p.m. Rev.  Dr. Spencer and others will address  the meeting.  ?/: U va  , To clear out'dur^'stbclc'o'f.* Summer  Hats we  ' are making a big reduction, m (prices;} ;;Who,-would  ��������� be without a. hat at prTc'es'like'the.Mlbwirig?. ,   \',  25c hats now 1 5g.  ./.--v.  ,' ; Ifresh Eggs 'and good ���������Dah'y-Buttei-'alwa'ys^warite'd  I       ! P1:,*,*"!"1 '"'/'ti "t"> yV"1 *"'. *? "'"! i""."     J.*" fW,'."'"? 'y,*~Sr.'"\ i''',l~t'ifi'X'<i  D. W. fUR^MblLL  I '  1   .  [  *  I {  i!  !���������������'  ��������� it- Essendene Ave.  ���������V ____=__=  "ABBofsford, B. C.  i>  J  ���������!  1 I  I .- > i   ' t, *       < i'     -i : \ xpn<  Il   *  [i  ''*  r  U  <. M'vi   ������a  {    .   I' J  v������*������^  /--*|*   z-^"*!   ^      i "/"V '  '"' Btt-BB-WI"       ��������� *^*��������� ^^  wm  y  " __V     "": "   *" ���������-?\.   1!    !'.���������-  1  '^ t*v/  ,;,,'i.,"''"i<-v ?or<  h.'.������J ls v.rc.,-i 'J  ,tf /^. is*'*   J.    r; ,|  ���������:%?..  t f/.  ,   <  "t ���������  L-  ^-���������/.'is  [_ J"ft. *.    V ,J* -u-_iv- ������������������ ���������.1  't'S  Si  '^  ���������a1 '      ,���������  y������^ a"  4i  ^>  i'   v^A  -m  iiwrw   $  *r ,-~*  _r,fw;5?'\Ii  _;AND -AGENT : and "*yAh,U.ER  n rl  ���������v 51 j  i     *-"-__^     ^i--   o    t*-  y���������^.  .  -.-1  1      . *"  ��������� x^* (\s*'X c,*������  I have 2 acres and a fraction,.w.itri,aJl,00.a  hbusey barril-ehicken Rouses, e,tc,,/ adjoining  Townsite,rwiil be centre of this fast growing j  : town in a/;few. months.   Close to;G.'N>Ry:;',  C..-R- R. and <B. Ca E. Ryj i 1' x -       :   ;       ���������*���������;���������,  ��������� Price^$2750, fori quick-'si.  Terms could be arranged.: ^.:Write,:wireor  come and see me at once for the BEST,yet.-,! .'  Land Exchange Office  *r������  , i  i   1  Abbotsford, B.C.  /  4  'A  vfl  fWfl  I  'vM  ! 'il  If  m  f  i '   JB  'il  ltl>  ji  .  l!  ',������f  '4  ii_  II  Is*  '������  TJ W'^-W^iwCi*,1)'?'','. 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