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 41  ���������I  < 1  I  ������  I  ���������^  VI  u  tl  i*  1  '1  r.'.f  a!i  mvi  'J  1;  v'l  fflf  If  '���������I  Spend Coronati  -'v /rv  at the. Sporli^o*,  f/0  a c.  Vol.III., No. 4  ABBOTSFORD, B. C, FRIDAY,     JUNE;2v 1911  I^>8        ��������� $1;00/PER YEAR-  RETURNED   FROM   STEAMBOAT  NO HIGH WATER THIS YEAR  (From Fraser Valley Record)  There has been much talk about  '-High. Water" in the Fraser River  this year. Owing to the cool backward spring many predict there  Will be high water this year. This  (paper is in a position to state, on  no less an authority than Mr. W.  ElluV't, known throughout the  Valley as "Bill EMoitt" that there  will he no high water this year in  the Fraser River. Mr. Elliott  haa won several new hats in the  past on his predictions as to there  "being no high water, and he Informs this paper that the residents  along the banks of the mighty  Fraser need have no fear  Of ba4 results from high .water  J{e. says he,.could have told,us all  abqut it last fall.-. For over two  weeks there has 'been no snow,.on  the ground in the Cariboo '������������������country. "Mr. 'Elliott (has la theory,  Which has worked out correctly  fq'r- the past twenty years without  fail, and he is willing to wager a  new hat with any man that the  Fraiser River will not become ob-  titreporouB this year. His theory  is not divulged by this paper.  Several old time residents also  aay that as there was a new moon  on Sunday last with but little water in the Fraser at that time all  the danger will be past before the  next new .moon.and without damage un-eas there is a south-west  ���������wind at. the time of the full moon  when there' is the' most danger,  DROWNING  AT NICOMEN  (From- Fraser Valley Record)  On Wednesday evening the 24tb  Charles Davies, firman on the rock  crusher, at Nicomen,while, bathing  in the creek at Nicomen was acci ���������  dentally drowned. He with some  companions were 'bathing when  Davies got beyond his depth. He  could not swim, (and although his  companions made a desperate attempt to save him they were unsuccessful. ���������  . '   i  ii  The inquest was 'held on Thursday morning, the jurv bringing in  a   verdict   of   accidental   death,  He was buried On Thursday even  ing at ,Nicomen the burial service  being conducted by J. McAlwin.  The mourners were W. Davies, the  borther of deceased, and his comrades.  The deceased was'born near Man  Chester, England (and had been in  British Columbia ifoi about four  years, formerly residing at Revelstoke.  Mr. McArthur is holding classes  for advanced work in thes chool on  Saturday. - -  Mrs. Shepperd from Vancouver  spent Sunday last with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elliot.  Mr. W. Black formerly of Abbots  ford paid us ia   visit on Tuesday.  Miss Enima McCallum who has  been visiting with her uncle and  aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCai-  lum, returned to Vancouver "on  Tuesday last,  Mr. J. E. Geary"_returned this  morning from, Steamboat Moiuil-  u.iii where he speni a' week or, leu  days days looking info what the  district would have .in store for  him should he centre his interests  there instead of 'going to Alaska  where he has already 'spent sonic  time. ". .  Mr, Geary reports that there i3  no snow on the trailhetween Hope  and Steamboat; There, are-also a  large number of imen going, in and  aim out over the trail;daily, many  of whom nsver reach" Steamboat,  while others after reaching Steam  boat are tiredand after remaining  a few. days to irest. return to  Hope. He believed these' , latter  are the fellows who attempt to  give the d'-strlct a blackeye. by  seating that the country is all stak  ed. There is-plenty .of ground yet  remaining unstaked back from the  trail.  Mr. Geary spent. Jour, days out.  in the mountains hack from Steam  boa,'- and staked a number - ' of  claims for himself land friend's; He  believes he has struck something  .pretty good -and hojies to do-  some"' asbessment "work'this summer to be more siire^what he has  He. believes he1 ough to know.good  mineral when.he sees it, and,while  ���������th3i|3i3 ..no .gold .hatngjing on .the  trees along ths -trail or dropping  uiC tha aidvi of th? cliffs as some  fellows-who |go evidently .expect  there   is  good (mineral there.  In conversation with Mr. Geary  this morning he saidthat while digging in the gravel in the _townsite  this ��������� week colors of a very encouraging   nature   were 'found.  Lightning Creek, -some f.'fLeon  miles further south from Steamboat gave promise nf bl'ing wed  prospected this isummer, land report ha.s it that it may .be even  better ' tham   Steamboat.  Mr. Geary thinks enough of the  future of the district to purchase  a number of pack horses and  ma.ke Hope his headquarters for  the summer. He will move his fam  to Hope in the course of a f e .v  weeks.  The price pa.'d for packing over  the trail from Hope to Steamboat  is 10 cents per pound: and 5 centb  per  po^nd up from the trail.  Asked as to ths route from Chilli wack to Steamboat. 'Mr. Gaarj  said he believed th2 e>sist way was  in over the Hope trail.:/  "Steamboat may not-boom much  this year, 'but mark my word <the  district is a good one" is the opinion of bur friend, Mr. Geary.  B. C.E. R. STEAM SHOVEL  The hill north of theto wn on the  Clayburn road is bding cut down  by the B. C. Electric steam shovel  By arrangements Imade .between  the company and the government  this work is being done. The company is using the gravel for ballast on their track between there  and Chilliwack, while the cutt'ng  of tbe hill makes it all'the better  as a public 'highway. The mutual arrangement '/appears to redound to the benefit of bo.h parties and the public.  Miss Essie Shortreed of Vancouver spent a few'days at her homers re this week.  WELCOMED THEIR HOME  COMING   JOYFULLY.  ��������� On Monday evening the !',boysr  went out to, .give their friend ,Mr.  Carroll and his (bride a welcome  They advanced towards the front  door and giving the 'signal were  admitted' to the confidence of the  master benedict, ��������� who recognised  the password of the s'erenaders and  amid the tinkling of the bells and  other   harmonious instruments  commanded them to bide a wee  until ,he consulted his bank manager as to the best mode of procedure. This parper does not report further except to >say that-  the home is to be,forever blessed._  Later Mr. and 'Mrs. Larry Chapman had, the pleasure of saying  ���������'good-even.ng   and   good-bye"  ACCIDENTALLY KILLED  Clarence Soles who was hurt at  Clayburn on Monday while lead  ing cars at Clayburn is dead. He  had been removed to the hospital  at Sumas after the accident' and it  was there he died.  The  parents of the deceased reside  near Clayburn.  .,_-Jt   is", probable   that   an   in'^nest  will be ;held.-_ ' ;���������'     ' _"  ��������� CRICKET CLUB MEETING'  A meeting of the Abbotsford  Cricket Club is called for on Satur  day the 10th of June in the dining  room of the Abbotsford Hotel  so kindly lent for that purpose,  at '8.30 p.m. It ds hoped all members and subscribers, will attend  this meeting and a hearty invitation is extended to all interested in cricket or sport of any kind  A   ROCK CRUSHER  FOR   THE   DISTRICT  The provincial ^government will  shortly establish 'a rock crusher  at the Sumas sub-station and proceed to crush 'rock for the government road work. Th3 B, C. E. K.  will build a spur ,in and a very  resysona'ble rate Ihas been given  fur  the hauling of the irock .to all  points on the line.   <j   MONTROSE AVENUE  Mr. Percy Wilson ,who has tbe  contract for (excavating for the  tunnel on Montrose Avenue has  begun work 'and is making good  progress in moving the earth. He  will take some of it across Essendene Avenue and fill in the g/.ilch  the old bridge on the Yale road  spans. This will remove ih<- bridge  one   of  the old landmarks    >f "he  town. - i  LAY  STEEL NEXT ON ,t  THE CANADIAN NORTHERN  . Official information is out to the  effect that thy Canadian Northern  will start to lay steel east from  Port Mann next week. The first  rolling stock of the company has  reached the coast. It consists of  two engines 'and cabooses 'aiTH a  number of cars. Grading an the  yards at Port iMann will begin at  tlie  same time.  T wem' y-fo.ur men ;"N .and seven  teams are at work grading the  Jackman road between Aldergrove  and the B. C. Electricl ine.  Mr. and Mrs. Alex Vahetta from  A.dergrove spent Sunday in town  WHAT'S DOING IN ABBOTSFORD  There is considerable work now  going on in Abbotsford which  gives employment to a number  of men, thus giving the town quiie  a   little   pay   list.  The new C. P. R. istation which is  under the supervision' of contractor McQuarrie ��������� iS"nearing completion. This is a beautiful little  building..and when completed will  add to the heauty of thetown. A  platform jhree hundred feet longer will" he padded to ^he present  platform  to:the south.  The  company  is also putting  in  -  a   lot of tracking, but the greater part of the work is ;beingsdone  by  Chinamen and foreigners.  The track to the north of Essen  dene Avenue where considerable  trackage will be put in toaccommo  date   the   Abbotsford  Lumber  Co .  The B. C. E. R. is excavating behind their, present station for the  government road.  The. Canada Power Company  employ a number of men on their  new line.  Mr.  Percy  Wilson ,who has   the  contract from the Great Northern  in excavating'for the right-of-way :  jomploys   a   dozen   or  more, men  and  a number of teams.  Both'the government gangs, the  one working on. the big hill and  the Clayburn road make their head  quarters in Abbotsford.'  The addition to the public school  is progressing well and the addition which is two more rooms will  make 'a very imposing ..building  in which to educate the budding  youth  and  beauty of the town.  The Great Northern employ a  number of men on their contrac".  work.  Added to this we have the old  standby of the town with its big  payroll, the Abbotsford Lumber  Company.  There are also . a number of  6huigle and saw mills which make  Abbotsford town their head quarters and supply point.  There  are also at the present   a  number of dwellings going up   o   B. C. E. R. SCHEDULE  Effective June 4, 'the new B. C.  E. R. >sch2dule will show four trains  daily all the way to Chilliwack  and return it having been decided  to make Huntingdon local a thro  train on account of the enormous  increase in the .passenger traffic  which has taken .place during the  past month. This will leave Chilliwack at G a.m. arriving at .New  Westminster at 8.55 nad Vancouver  JJ.-J5.  Indicative of the (extent of the  business now being handled on th's  line the daily .average carried in  May is over 900 passengers, the  highest   for    a   single   day   being  1500. ;       - -..'      ".'.-  An innovation which will be ap-  predated by th3 dairymen and  ranchers is the. installation of a  "solid" milk train, leaving Chilliwack  6.15   p.m.���������Columbian.  ���������i ooo���������������������������  WESTMINSTER'S INVENTOR  New Westminster claims one in  ventor of wireless, in theper son of  Cairoll Erickson. He (has construe  ted a wireless 'Ireceiving apparatus in his home and can hear San  Francisco at intervals. TWO  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,       ABBOTSFORD. B. C.  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  Tiil)iisliod    evp.ry    Friday    by    the    Post  Publishing Company,  A wceWy Journnl devoted tv the Inlor-  ei������ts of Abbots Corel and sin -'Midii'itf distinct.  Advci-ti.,iiiK Kates made know, 'n application.  1,-lCGAl.. ADVKKTISINO ���������12 cents per  line; for first insertion, and 8 (ienin ii uric*  Tor all subn������i|i<ent c:on-e<:nt I ve insorllons.  Our Shibboleth���������Neither for nor a������-in'  tho   Government.  FRIDAY,  JUNE 2,   1911  .C. Mil!  T   B   T������  J. GERNAEY  is,- limber-an*  radini  ompany  >etail Saddler, and  .  "THE   BREAK IN   THE, CHAIN"  British   newspapers,   and   noi   a  good   many   Canadians,   are   quite  open in an expression of their fear  that   the   great   unpeopled  region  lying   north   of the Great Lakes is  a   point of weakness in the Dominion   as a   nation and may result  in the development of two Canadas  which   may   'not   always   work' in  harmony with each, other.   One of  the   la-test   writers  to express fear  on  this point is Mr.S tephen Lea-  cock   who   writes   about it  in  the  National   Revie-w.   If .this   is .the  case, there is no help for.it.   There  is not the slightest use in fighting  with   geography.       The        -Great  Lakes  are where nature put them  and  so  it> Hudson's Bay. But is    it  Uu ctiiseV   The Canadian Pacific already    passes   (across   this   region.  Thi' National Trancontinental Rail  way   is   in  course   of  construction  and  will soon be opened through  this vast unpeopled area. The Canadian      Northern    is    to   be  built  through   it.   North  a>nd  south rail  ways  are being ipushed into it. .It  is known that there is a   vast area  of land there 'Suited for agriculture  Almost daily  w |e,;hear of new. dis--  coveries of valuable minerals there  and the country has not' been one  tcnih   prospected.   There  is .much  good   timber;   there .are inexhaust  ible  fisheries. . There [must ,be millions upon millions of acres of forest   suitable   for  the  manufacture  of  pulp   and   paper.   Mr. Leacock  asserts   that  the  settlement of the  uilicu   bulges   proceeded  steadily  from  east to  west and  that there  is   now   a   continuous  range      of  satlled    communities ' aacross   thi.  Continent.   But then he has forgot  ten his history.   For years the Pacific   Coast   of   the   United   Scales  was separated from the Mississippi  valley   by  what used to  be cailed  the   vj-reac American Desert. If hi  will turn to the records of .the Un-  nea States Congress he w^ll find  Mr. Benton proposing iliac some  point not very far west of ihe  Missouri should be, selected and a  tiuaicUie of the god Terminus be  erected, there to signify that the  limit of the expansion of the_Un..t-  eu States had ;been reached. Daniel  Webster Uiciareu m hjs place in  uie oenate that he would not consent to a   single dollar of the mon  Vancouver and , New Westminster  Manufacturers and   Dealers   in all kinds of  S Lumber,  Lath,  Shingles,' Mouldings,"Sash,.Doors,  H Interior Finish, Turned. Work, Etc.  Fish and Fruit Boxes.  Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.  [aker  Farmers Attention!  Lumber Alwavs in Stock for Fencing and  Draining-'  Royal City Branch,   Columbia. St.  Telephone 12 ' New Westminster, B.C.   -  ED. BUSH, Agent, Mission City/ B. C.  Harness Saddlery 'Hardware  Trunks and Valises  P. O, Box 45 ��������� Atbi&ford. B. C.  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.  Ontario' .will  fill up with  a   pros-    be  answered by your neighbor.)  porous   and .contented  population      Mortality-  just as the mountain region  of 11.      Particulars as to date and cause  C. is' being filled up by such apeo-   of. death,  pie.   Canaua   will   be      continuous  and   homogeneous   from   ocean   to  ocean.'. Across   this   alleged .break  in    the   chain   three   railways   wdl  H.  & D. McKENZIE, PROps.  suonbu running from east to wcat  ..iiiu tiirce igreat ,ov.eaman.p uncs  ply upon thi lakes. More Lhanone  liiivi oi raLway wi.i re-ten .'tu.; siuix  of James Bay, >and time ,w_iil d.nn-  ons irate that this part of the Dom  inion, which ' certain people" now  look uponas a source of weakness  Wiit bj one of the strongest of the  links that will 'b.nd Canada togeth  ���������jr.���������\Uoionist/  STUDY   THEM   CAREFULLY  Soon the census enumerators will  be making visits to-your house and  place oi ousiness, study the follow  iug questions and 'be prepared to  see him cornc, 'for come he will. Per  haps if he asked the questions unawares you wou.d noc be able to  give accurate !information. .Here  are  a   few of the questions;  Your name.  Relationship to head of family or  household.  Single,   married,  (widowed,     .divorced  or  legaiiy .separated.  Month' and year of birth.   -  Age   at  last "birthday.  Country  or place of birth.  Year  of immigration to Canada  if an immigrant.  Name of physician" and post office address.  Disability  and  compensation- -Na  ture of loss of injury caused by accident; canse of .accident; w. eks  of disability vn cunsus year; 1 if sot  salary or othsr earnings m census  year; voluntary allowance to employee by employer' for loss of  time through sickness or accident.  Compensation by employer under statute.  Compensation by insurance in  census year.  Houses  and buildings, fru.ts.. etc.  Houses '; inhabited.  Houses yacant. ���������   .  llouses in. construction.  Rooms in inhabited houses.  v. I  Barns,  stables   and  other buildings.  Buildings  for business purpo?e.=>.  Total acres occupied.  Acres  owned.  Acres leased or rented.  Acres  improved.  Acres   unimproved.  Acres  in   natural forest,  Acres in Waste or marsh land,  Acres in pasture. t  Acres in summer fallow 1910.  Acres  in  orchard and' nursery.  Acres in vegetables.  Acres in  vineyard.  Acres in small fruits.  Apples, peach, pear. plum, cherry  and others.  Fruit  trees���������number        bearing,  INSURANCE LOANS  Abbotsford Homesites  If you are looking for a home  . or snappy investments  in town lots, acreage or farm  property  see  cCALLU  The Pioneer Eeal Estate Broker of Abbotsford  ���������3SSW  -T5*.ttftrl'i.,.ytifiTfr-  -er*-~.*i-s.:-���������> Mfj*,...***) .i.~j-8T  5ar  vertise in  **A tf^^^^^^^+^+S+Jr+s* A^^+Jt^^^jt^A^A.  sn8>  Year of naturalization if former-   number  non-bearing.      Bushes  in  ly  ^n alien. .  Racial or tribal origin,  ������\ aaionalilty. '!,   <  Religion. L ,  Chief occupation or trade.  Employment other than at chief  occupation   or   trade,   if a,>y.  Employer,   employeee   or   uork-  ey ul the peopie of MassachusselLs   nig  on  own account,  bung" expenueu in removing eveu       where  employed.  1910/  Pounds grapes, boxes of strawberries..  Currants and gooseberries, number of quarts, ,  Other small fruits���������boxes.  Tons of natural ice cut and atgv?  eti  in  winter.  Acres of Jajid owned in Canada  outside distfigt,  ?C.A. SUMNER & CO  f  % P. 0. Box 58 Phone Central f  X Telegram~Sumner, Abbotsford, B. C.  1  T  , ���������,    , , Agricultural,  Grain   and     other  a   mroe-iooL    wan    oi   earu,       u       Weeks employed in 1910 at chief   field crops 1910, acres, bushels and  that   separated   the   occupation  or  trade.  thai   was   all  Pacific slope from the re^c of tne  .country, jlc may not >be within  tne mL-mory u. lvfr. Lay cock out  it is fresh in ..he recollection of  some people ma.t .ut one time the  desirability of cutt.ng 'Off "iJaiiiui-  n.a from tne Linked States and set  Weeks employed in 1910 at other  than chief occupation or trade.  Hours of working tjimepL-r week  at  other occupation if any.  Total earnings in 1910 from chief  occupation.  Total earnings in 1910 from other  value. -       *  Hoed crops and grain and other  crops  in 1910.      ' ���������   '-    ,  Hoed crops and grain and other  field  crops,  acres 1911.  Animals and'animal.products.  Pure   bred   animals registered,  1 mile from Abbotsford?  Good house and barn,  10 acres cleared/  .    . , r'arm and urban values, real es-  lin8'., MP.aVndt.pendeiu  republic   than  chief occupation or trade, if   tatc and live stock in enumerate  aijy- uistrict.  Rate of earnings per nour when      Live stock and nursery stock sold  employed by the hour���������cents in 1910.  insurance -he.d at date, up^nlife       Dairy products consumed on the  against  accident  or sicknesj farm, sent to factories oreoldji/  Cost of insurance in cens.13 jear.   iDio.  'Educative������������������Mon'.hs  at   ocinol  in      Animals  slaughtered  on farm in  the year 1910.  Can  you read?  Can   you   write?  Language  commonly spoken.  Cost of education in 1910 tor persons  over 16 years of age at col  on liiu Pacific siopa wad seriously  ciiacuasecl. ihe le^oOiis io.r the ui>-  inions voiceu m what has been just  referred to was iha fear tna'. nature had created a break in the  continuity of possible eettlument  oi tne unite a otatea. A great  many peopje Jiave not lorgotcen  that at one time British Columbia's  '���������dea of mountains" was supposeti  fo lurnish an impassable o.irrier  iu ccuinivii-ce a.nu jiatuonai exjian-  sion.  in   view of these thing.s  we art; ltge convent or university.  ri..n of those who see in the unpeo-      Infirmtiies���������  pled  region  north  of the     Great      Are you blind, deaf or dumb, or  .bakes   a    potential   break   in   the crazy or lunatic, idiotic or silly?  Canadian   nationality.      JNTorthouj      ^^ above are not supposed to  1910.  Other products of..ithe farm.  Hired  labor  on farm in  1910.  Value of al Hands and  buildings  ���������not manufacturing .establishments or mines, .owned in Canada,  outside oi remunerative district in  1911.  WATCH HUNTINGDON GROW  Here-is a.chance to  double !������  ��������� '   * -  Your money at present prices  i  "I  p  filil  09  i  ���������������5>.'-1  *;* %<~l">&i������M^ /  IV  T&E ABBOTSFORD irOST, ABBOTSFORD, E. <5  ������������������I  i\  r  i  m  ������?-'v  dfe.i'1  ,1  ���������:s?Lja������t.:.  :u , ������.,���������,.' i',/ ,". ', i'.   .sszc  We are Agents   for  Phoenix Assurance Co. of London, Englan'd  c,   Liverpool, London & Globe, of Liverpool, Eng.  British American.Assurance Co., of Toronto.  jpiMM^wjimjiuw^wMaim^  SEE SUMNER  For your Insurance.     Fire time is coming along.  IEEE-  -*rs  til wn* jn <r> *i #-ii i  ;������������������-"��������������� *r������r������t������5������������  J  jaE". m-������--*~������- ��������� -~tr.".y viv  .ill>..JUI������l������ll������^.IMvtf^������rayM������l^^  j Mcelroy & Co.  LIQUORS,   WINES   AND   CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  Cor. Essendene, Ave.' and Oscar St.,  CITY  ������:  QMonzzsau a ...,la,..4/^W^'..-W������~^,4������i������^^  ==B������9  ABBOTSFORD, B. C  Strictly first-class in every respect.    The bar is  stocked with the best of wines, liquor and cigars,  RATES.  v <  H. FREEMAN,  50 TOJJ$2.00   PER   DAY  PROPRIETOR  5n7rSTC?;,.vi..Mili,l!J, ��������� i!.IH. 'JWi :'*   Tt"������������0  Bmmp^BsaiiBgs^^  KING  BUTCHER  Pork, Mutton, ?teef, Veal, Pork Sausages,   Weimes  and Balogna always on hand.     Fish every Thursday  WANTED TO PURCHASE  Forty acres improved farm in  the Fraser Valley, with or without  house and buildings, convenient to  station or landing. Apply to J.  H. Smith, Straiton, B. C. for  full   particulars,   first   letter.  ABBOTSFORD  in  J, J. SPARROW, prop.  Caih ?iid for Esgs and Poultry  Our prices are hard to  beat, call and inspect stock  CHURCH  SERVICES  Presbyterian    Church��������� Rev    J   L.  Campbell, B. A., B. D. pastor.  Abbotsford, 1J a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  At Miisselwaite .School 'House���������  Service' 'every  alternate  Sunday  at  3 p.m.  Sunday  school 'every Sunday  al  2 p.m.  At Huntingdon School House-  Service   at every alternate Sunday'  at  3 p.m.  , S.  S. every Sundayat 2;30 p.m.  Upper Sumas, May 29, and every  i.teriiate  Sunday at 3 p.m..  C E., Wednesday a<t 8 p.m.  Sunday Sciiool at 3 p. m.  Sunday  School 'every Sunday at  Presbyterian    Church���������Rev.   j   ,rj.  Alder.  Glenmore,  11 a.m..'  :v. .   Lohm:.n,  2;30 p.m.'  Pino Grove, 8,p.m.,.  ��������� ST-   MATTHEWS   (Anglican)  ��������� Rev. A. E. Bruce, Vicar.  Services 11:00 aim. and 7.:30 p.m..  Holy   Communion,   1st   and  3rd  Sundays each month.  Catechising and S. S. at 2 :30 p.m  Choir  practice, Wednesday at S  ABBOTSFQRa   P03T0FFICE  ������ffice hoyns freaa 8 a. ih. to 7 p. m.  .  Mail for Peswdsfiville every Tuesday  and Saturday, 1 p. m;.,  BUSINESS   DIRECTORY   OF  ABBOTSFORD.  Eye Sight Specalist  Manufacturing Optician  Does the  Finest  Optical  Work.  Mediciil men and others  pay tribute to his skill.  793 GranvilH'Stt.     .      .yancou.^r  HARRON BROS.  Embalmers and Funeral Directors  Vancouver, Office and chapel���������-  1034 Granville St.,    Phone 3486  worcn Vancouver, umce and  Chapel���������116 2nd at. Phone 134  CANADA'S  Greatest Nurseries  Want   a   ^epr-esen|tative      for  MISSION CITY,   B. C.  and surrounding district  The reliability, healthy condition  pf our stock as well as trueness to  name must be appreciated by the  Public or they would not have  helped us to increase our business  yearly since. 1837, the date of our  establishment.  Our firm's  name lends  prestige  to our representatives.  Complete line of Nursery SStock  for SSpring 1911.  Write   for,  full particulars.  STONE & WELLINGTON  The Fonthill Nurseries.  10. ONTO,  .   ; .' 'i  . , OntaxiOi  Generf.l Stores ���������  Auth.er Bro'3.  E.   Brooke  Hotels���������  Abbotsford Hotel. H. Freeman, Prop.  Commercial, McElroy & Co.  Rea-I   Estate���������  J. W! McCallum.;' ..  ,  C. A. Sumner & Co.  Bernau   &   Husband,    ���������  ��������� J.   J.   McPhee,  Auctioneers���������  J.  W., MeCallum  PEED. STORE-  J.   J.   Sparrow.  Creamery���������  S.   J.   Bates,  Proprietor.  Hardware and Furniture���������  H.   Alanson.  Butchers��������� '  A. M. King.  Livery Stable���������  J.  E. Geary, Proprietor.  Bake'r and Confectioner���������  h. Legaee.  RESTAURAN.T:-  Corfrad Andersen.  Shoemakers���������  M. Mauser. '  Board of Tra.de���������  J. W. $I������ealluiB, .Secretary.'  BtecksnsKth���������  J.  McMenemy.  Barber and P������������l Room���������  Jos.. S������,������������tefseh.  61. Isener.  Tobacco and Novo I ties���������  J. V. Means.  Sector���������  %. A. Swift.  SADDLERY  and   KaJRJDW ARE���������  B. J. ���������frer������aey.  MERCHANT  TAILOR.  T. ���������. Oo������8fan.  SCRVEYORS  llendersen  and  Taylor.  ABBOTSFORD DRUG STORE.  MUSIC TEACHER���������  Miss Alice Steed.  CONNTRACTOR  & BUILT   R-  A.  Everett.  CARRIAGE   PAINTER-  Geo. Zeigler.  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 the  business will now be carried on as    .  HORSESHOEING   &   EILACKSMITHING  We hope by strict a'tention to business to,obtain a share of your patronage  ���������>'<���������  FOR  PARTICULAR  PEOPLE  WHO  Demand that their Office Stationery must not only be of the best  <  quality but that irt must be neatly   and   tastefully   printed.  Those are th������ people who  patrcake the Fraser  Valley Record office; and they prove  that they . are   pleased   by  duplicating  orders  We  can supply in any quantity, on short notice that beats city prices  Shipping Tags, Window Cards, Note Cirulars, Receipt Forms,  Notes, InvitaSioas, Professional cards,. Lodge by-laws,- Lodge  membership cards, Agreements, Blotters, Butter wrappers,  Dodgers, Auction bills, Envelopes, For sale cards, Wedding  invitations, Memorial cards, Meal tickets, Private post cards,  Letterheads,. Bi8head������, Memoes. Statements, Lodge constitutions, Legal forms, Prescription blanks, Labels gummed or otherwise, Pamphlets, Reports, Posters any size, Real estate contracts, Loose leaf statements, Menus plain'or fancy, Receipts  Lien notes, etc., etc.  ALL WORK GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY.  3Ma^B������H������^^  otsro  J. A. BATES, Publisher  KWONG YiCK ������  CO.      Abbotsford  <f  Home Ave.  Mission City.  EMPLOYMENT     OFFICE  D.  G.  We buy Eggs, Chickens and  Pigs. FOUR  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,       ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  SOCIAL.AND PERSON'Ah  Mr. Joe Carroll and his bride returned home on Sunday last.  It is sajil that tilings.arc booming   down   at  Aldergrove.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Dodson, former"y  uf Seal.lie, have leased the Western  Home Hotel at Aldergrove.  To-day the Matsqui council anl  also -Ihe Sumas counc'l hold their  regular   meeting.  The next regular (meeting of the  Board of Trade wi'lbs held on Mon  day.  Scotland has a population oi  <.7J9,-M5.   o   The many friends of Mi. Jack  Vanetta will be pleased to heir litis rapid Ly recovering.  Mr. Lamb upent a few days visiting his sister Mrs. (Dr.) Swift.  Mr. Harry Heath left Wednesday  to accept a position in the new  Jam   Factory   at Mission  City.   o ���������  Mr. Robert Shortreed .who has  be en visiting his .parents here for  the last few weeks, left Sunday for  Rock Bay, accompanied by his sister Miss Alie Shortreed.   ooo   Mrs. (Dr.) Swift spent a few  days with friends in Vancouver this  week.  Mr. J. A. Blair, formerly of this  town, spent.Thursday here on busi*  ness.  Our   new   painter Mr.      George  . Z.iig.er i&  a    busy man these days  He   is   talking   of  enlarging       his  premises   he~ has  so many  rigs in  to receive a   coat of his fine paint.   o   e  Mr. Lindsay Russell was in town  on Thursday on business.  Mr. C. A. Sumner was in Chilliwack on Thursday attending an  auction sale there.   o   FOR SALE-ln Abbotpford a desirable piece of property on Railroad Avenue opposite B. C. E. R_.  station, consisting of two lots well  fenced and in crop, two storey  house 30 x 36; every convenience,  water, bath, . woodshed etc. Price  $1800; a bona i'ide snap. Apply to  J, E. Parton, Abbotsford.  DISSOLUTION   OF   PARTNERSHIP  NOTICE.  7 L"roy GetchaU and YV. S N.  Johnston of Northbrook Shingle  Company, have dissolved partnership. "W. S. N. Johnston under-  uucc-s all liabMities from \pvll 24th  W. S.N. JOHNSTON.  5 per ct Discount for Cash  A Carload of Carriages Just Arrived.  A nice little cart with room for two  for       $ 3 5  Al   Top   Buggies,   leather  trimmed,  for $105  First-class Market Wagons, tw������ seats, '  for  $110  These prices are right for such goods and you  should call and inspect before purchasing elsewhere  e     ijuLj  i ^mAJim ������<h aflf ���������  35=  L2S2E2U  xi:  =sa=  ited States than in Canada. There  isis, therefore, encouragement for  expansion in huttermaking unCan  ada. Even if access to. the American does not materialize, the enlarged market at home will all>ow  i'or . considerable expansion. And  ir. enlarging the .butter output it  :vf'd- not be necessary to decrease  the cheese output. In the newer  iKstncts being opened lip in the  west and elsewhere, there is room  for expansion in buttermaking w;th I  oul in any way interfering with  dairy conditions as they exist in  the older dairy districts.���������Cana-  adian Farmer.  Pinting, Sign Writin  General repair work .  J. E. PARTON  B. C.  ���������MWWIi������*ii IH'WIM  Good Storage Room for  Furniture.  THE    MARKET.  The   following  were the  quotations;  WHOLESALE MEAT���������  Beef,  carcass   11 to 12c  Beef,  hindquarters     13c to  15c  Beef,  forequarters  ��������� 10c to 111-2  Mutton       lie (to 121-2  Pork    -       .121-2e  Lamb  -  HtolS  Veal.    10c to 12  .1-2  RETAIL MEATS-  Beef, best rib roasts ��������� 15c to 18c  Beef, loin  ���������*������������������     22c  Beef, round -steaik   16c  Boiling Beef   lOct o H  Veal  17 to 20  Pork   -- 18c   to   20c  Mutton    -:   18 to 20c  VETETEBLES-Wholesale-  Potatoes,   per  isack   $2.50t  o   $2 7.5  Onions, lowland, sack  $1.50  Onions    -.         6  lbs   25c  Carrots, sack  -  $1.16  Turnips, sack  ������0c  Lettuce     5c per head.  Cabbage, per  lb    ic  Celery      2 heads  15c  Rhubarb,  lb     -���������-: :       4c  Parsley,  bunch 5c  Chickens,  dozen   $6.00 to $7.00  Hens, laying per doz ��������� $12 to $13  Pu.letr, dozen  1$5 to $L8  Eggs,   wholesale,     ���������  27c    to    30c  Eggs, reiau ��������� jjc  Butter,   retjail   ���������   35c   to- 37      1-2  MOTEIL ARRIVALS  BUTTER   EXPANSION   .  In  developing the creamery busi  ness, Caanadian dairymen have   a  growing  ho'me market to cater to  Our   cities   are   'growing,   and   the  number  of butter consumers is  in  creasing every year as fast, if not  faster   than  the  supply of      good  butter.   Then, too, 'should the tariff agreement' between Canada and  the   United  States come into force  the butter-maker will have vn enlarged market for his product. The  exports   of  cream  to   the   United  States   the  past year or two, under a   nominal duty, may be taken  a* an indication of what ths possibilities of what the American market   aire   to  the  butter   producer.  ���������Oaky-men   'shipped   cre,am /across  the  border last year and the year  bbfore  because it paid them to do  so.   And they will ship, the manufactured  product  in (the  shape  of  butter, should the duty be removed because it will pay them to do  ���������so.   There may bs times it will pay  better to -sell at home.   But a   re  view of market conditions in .'both  countries   the  p;jist five years wtl'  show   that  prices  average  a   few  cents per pound higher in the Un-  Abbotaford  Hotal.  T.  Cnff'n,  W-dli-n-i-ton Ranch.  E.   VanP-u'-ikirk. Vancouver.  Oscnr Wickman,   San Fran-isco  E; "VV.  Dewey, Chilliwacfc:  J  O   Ii. Coyne Vancouver.  G. II   Cipell", Vancouver.  A. C'l.iu'ien, Vancouver.  W. C. Chapp^.l, Western Cn Co  L. A   Gain, W. C. Power Co.  J. T   Duff Mission City.  T).  W. Muir, Vancouver.  H.  Stuart, L?page, Vancouver.  W. J. McManus, Vancouver.  ' F. Hall, City.  H. D. Keonig, Vancouver.  Geo. G. Blackmer, Vancouver.  Ji/&. Tednes, Spokane.  Mike  Bo vino, Sumas.  C. R. McKLbbon, Mission City.  Victor Martin, Spokane.  Victor Martin, Spokane.  Walter Demars, Spokane.  T. C. Jackson, Vancouver.  James F. Hennessey, Clayburn  A, J. King, B. C. E. R.  S. King B. C. E. B.  W. J. Timlick, City.  B. Lam plough, Portland, Ore.  F.  Cray, "Mis&ibh City.  R. K. Graham, Westminster.  A, D. MaQuarrie, Vancouver.  W. C. Mclnhes, /Vancouver,  it-td i When \ ou are Trying the New  Geo.  Zeigkr  Carriage,, House  and Sign Painter  ?  Call and get prices.  All work guaranteed  Abbotsford '  '   ' -     . B. C.  Taylor  (Associate   Members Can.   Soc. C. E.)  Civil Engineers  R. A. HENDERSON  B. C. LAND1 SURVEYOR  Offiec. next P. O.   * P. O. Box 1 1  D. Wade, Vancouver.  G. Te Teko, New York.  G. W. Gillett, Vancouver.  M.   MeNabb,   Vancouver.  E. Marshall, Vancouver.  Albert Wisler, NewYdYk  John R. Ward, Regina.'  'W. J. Ella, Vancouver.  E. T. Jones, Hatzic.  Alex  McNair, Vancouver  N. Devereaux, Vancouver.  A.  E.  Wilder, Vancouver.  V.   Greenlegs  Vancouver-  V.  Martin, Vancouver.  D.   J.  McGillivray, Cfty.  Commercial.  R. W. Baldwin; Mission City.  W. T. Baldwin, Mission City  A.  Mcln'yre, New-York. *  JohnSteven   son,   Vancouver  Ole Gu'la. Matsqui.  John Gavin, Regina.  P.   Gorman,  Calgary.'  D. W. Lalley, Edmon'.'on.  E. Rowland, Winnipeg.  R. O   Stevenson. Vancouver.  A.   H.'iberg,   Vancouver.  A    C-y^r, ��������� Vancouver.  A.   Bonney, 'Calgary.  Walter   Demar.   Spokane.  C. Graham, Vancouver.  D. Field,  Vancouver. ��������������� ������������������  A.   Clements,  Abbotsford.  Sir Percy Boghead, Cork, Ireland  A.   E.  Wood, Calgary,  L. R. DeLair, City  Percy   E.   Bleakley,  City.  Rocco  Canales,  City.  James Tedero, Spokane.  Dave G. Nairn, Honolulu.  G. E. Boniface, Kamloops.  W. W. Calthrop, Kamloops.  Frank Maden, Vancouver.  Electric Road Call on Us  Singer Sewing Machines,     Victor Gramophones,  1 Edison Phonographs, and all the latest Records  always in stock. Largest collection of Records  in the Province.  NOTE THESE PRICES  ���������Victor No. 1, $31,   Victor "No. 2, $42.  Victor No. 3, $50, Victor No. 4, $63  Victor Victroia, Oak and Mahogany, 250  dison Phonographs  from  19.50 to 250  We have Violins, Mandolines, Guitars, Banjoes, all prises to suit all pockets, Sheet Music,  in fact everything found in a first class Music store  You are welcome whether you buy or not.  call and s������e*us when you are in town,  '��������� i ���������������  J. H. TODD'   Music House  419 Columbia Street, New Westminster, B. C.  2S8BXSBBESI89  aaBBaqpqasjgg zmmsa ma wiuwmmw HillUlilittimil!liliril!������!l������nM  U  ^mmmmmmmmmmmmmm  WANTED-A   lad   to   learn   the  printing   business.   Apply   at  this  office.   Good ;wages  FOR SALE, CHEAP-One heavy  Farm Wagon; One Cleveland Spwr  ing machine, new. Enquire at the  Abbotsford Hotel.  Watch  Abbotsford GROW!  NOTICE  T, J. DeLair has been appointe 1  lny agent during ray absence, enduing him to collect and pay ajl  Dills for me.  w. lylb;

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