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 y  Vol. II., No. 20.  ABBOTSFORD, B.C.,-FRIDAY,'MARCH; 24-1911  $1.00 PER YEAR  Successful Concert        Out For Business"     School Board Meeting  , *~r>  ) <*  #*  5*  ������*#j  *  f*  *  Colored Cashmeres at 15c a yard  New Embroidery,   Inse tons ���������  ,    and Beading 5c. a yard ; ,,   ;  Laides' White Waists, 75c each  Men's Suits at half .price  Drop in and see us.   We can savje you money  Store formerly occupied by D. W. Turnbull  .*������>  5*5  5#1  s.  -SOLE  ' OWNER'-  ABBOTSFORD, B. C  Pv  Lost His Cane Protector  There are .always some people hi  this world who are always learning  something that wilUbe to'their future advantage,' arid , Abbptsford  town .is where some people -learn  what is good for themV Tom Nash  of South Vancouver 'has made several trips to Abbotsford within the  past few weeks, land .now he knows  more, and his .pocket is lighter than  it was on Thursday last unless he  has made about $15.00 more than  usual 'during the. past two days.  Tom says he is an American citizen  but he looks like a Japanese, and  from appearances a very desperate fellow. He says he is a good  fighter, but he. once got the worst  of it from a hobo, and for the sake  of self-protection he flays he purchased a sword-cane at a sceund  hand store :*n Vancouver, so that  when he went,out into the country  to ouy real estate, even if it was  after dark, he need not fear man  nor   beast.  It was noticed by one of our citizens .that Tommy's dragon cane  was nothing less than a concealed  weapon, and the word was passed  on to Constable Black that he  should get busy. He.did, and with  the assistance of ye editor enticed  Nash inside the\ jail, when Tom received a ' surprise that cost him  a fine aaid the confiscation of his  cane, and nowi,it decorates the hall  of Justice, along with severraloth-\  ���������er curiosities. ���������  Messrs McPhee and Authier, J.  P's, notwithstanding the .protestations-'of the timid real estate a-  gent, had Tom Nash before them  for   carrying   concealed .weapons,  and the fine above mentioned imposed. It was better thaoi going  lo 'ail however, and now the ho-  boes'and the denizens of the foest  have a better chance for their life  when they meet Tom Nash of South  Vancouver, 'either in the dark or  the , daylight. .Our constable iwill  hereafter know a cane of a similar nature when he .sees' it.  I     . ooo ,  A Suggestion  We have been 'asked to publish  the   ��������� following;   >' ��������� j/       i  ���������A ;su'ggesftiion ,to our .Board of  Trade.' Spend isome money on ad-  \ ertising your town. This can be  done   at  reasonable   cost. Get  out a booklet on your town, having photos of the town, your best  private residences, ranches and circulate the same well in Vancouver  arid good results fare bound to follow. The enterprising tradesmen  railways and bank would we think  most willingly take up advertising space in' such a booklet so  help the funds lin the production of  such a fine advertisement of the  town.   ooo   Most Happily Wedded  ,    ,   . '     ���������_,     ' Mr. S. Brooke has purchased the  The LacKos'Aid concert on Wed- . .   .*..'.   .,.-.  .:������  .     ."'  ���������" ,     ���������', .      '     ''stock  of .Mr. D. W. Turnbull, and  nesday even ng .proved a  big sue-   , -   -     :������������������ ���������       ������������������.,������������������:'      -   '" v* v '  "ss   and  was^e'd W'befr yct.^on the editor of,this paper vis,t-y  hold in ���������AbboLsf9rd.''The"hail was/ ed th:.store .this week ^secure aa .  packed'by a' large "'and en'thusias- p^ *mVi Brooke was, marking the.f_  t'c audience./ Mr. J. J. McPhee pr'ces on the goods. ��������� Prices had"  presided in, his usual .pawky'man- , ah-ea.dy been .on some of them but-*  n_v. ,        ���������,       f\ . .,.,    ,'���������;*      ���������  .  the way they:were be'ng.cut down1  The ' IT'Icks'' Quartette .rendered . sva3  moat astonishing jndeed. The..;  several   parts   in '.splendid ' 'style',"'f0rmer  prices in the shoe .depart- v  while* Yi3s Ch:w,vMr. HJcks ahd'Mr. ' m^nt were receiving a. shock that  Wilcox all showed to advantage in .S]10Uia astonish the would be buy  their  solo's,, Mrs., Mclnnes .has .a!erg  when'they come to^the store-  n'ce rich voice, which,'she gave full   .,,,   mm;hase  goods.*.. There, .was-a  play in "her two ''Sjcoteh songs. 'Mr.   fine pair of shoes, c.osting formerly);  Brown as usual gave an excellent  ^g 5Q  and when Mr. Brooke     was  r-ndering of his'songs,' which were   tlii-oiagh  the "sale .price was $6.50';  deservedly   encored;-.while       Mr.   anothe'r- $6.50" wais cut'-' down *" tox  Longfellow, made his ���������debut,,on   ;a   $l5Q. $3 50 cu������-down to $2.00. "We .  local platform and made one of the _ watch������d,him for/a . short.time and.,  hits of the; evening in^'Pishing^.     lhe way he slashed down.^the ,pri- ,  Miss Tidy is; .well'known around/ces' on the goods,indicated that.he  Westminster fas an''"able elocution- meant business "and rtliat when the  ist and Abbbtsford.pebple are'not p^ple bFAbbotsXord'became a-  s'ow in showing their appreciation Ware "of whai was'going'on in the.,  oi" her excellent work. v/av   0,f   barga'Jns- th'eywould . ^be  A novelty was .introduced , in, f.lock"ng\ to this store: with; their--  the dances������bV Master Gibbie' Ad-" ready.,cash,, and ..taking, a way,- it*  ams of/Westminster and his "Hiigh, value ! in .gpods;!l Mr.( Brooke was  1 nd piing:'and "Sword Dance',',de-, asked if he intended to make such  livered in excellent 'style delighted -:"ash\ng cuts in the prices lof all  th-   lafsfeVaudUnte.',',".'-'. .'     "f     the g'oods as:h'e was-on shoes, and  Miss Hicks'^MrsJ Sum'ner,'Mrs Mr . then - he '.showed* whats he'- was.- do-.  Gowan/ .^8."Nelson dpd^Mr. .BverT' 'ng. ,^^adu.h|sfiard,.j!itJjwill^giye'. yojj,  Vtf rendered' able; assiBtaiice in ac-i some 'idea' of, what you may expect  comoariying.. .-'..���������, ' ��������� when you go to purchase. . ___ :    , , ,  .After a vota, of thanks, ,to., the., jyfr> Brooke .has *a-store in'yicr  chairman by Rev; Mr Campbell. the.'..tor5a>''^nd^ha'd'untii1 recently",, a  concert' Was "brought to 'a close ptore in Kamloops.'. Conversation  by the whole audience'"rising and 'wilth him formed-' /the- conclusion  joining in the "singing of the Na- '* that he'was,in close .touch with'all-"  tioual Anthein:      ',' parts of his business,'and {.when..the  The isum' total laf ter ,all expenses  present-goods /were, disposed :   of,  he would ������ber able to replenish, .the  .' , .     ",     itock  with' other'-good's*-at "just as  wore paid ��������������� ������R0 00.  ,        ' ooo   Matsqui Organizes  BARRETT-CAMPBELL -  On Tuesday, March 21st, 1911 at  the home of Mrs. Mahood, the  bride's mother, Peardonville, by  Lhe Rev. J. L. Campbell, Mr. William James Barrett and Miss- Margaret Campbell both of Peardonville, B.-'C.'������������������  low prices as he is selling the present. He says' he'ia'known a.ll the'  way from. Nova, Scotia to Victoria,  A meeting for' the completion h;s one aim is_togive.,people, jus-:  of organization of the Matsqui as , good .goods ..art a* reasonable  Agricultural "and . Horticultural prices as c.i.n be obtained from.the  Association,was held on Saturday eastern departmental stores.  even'ngat'8 o'clock at the Hygen- , .The peop'e of Abbotsford have  ic Dairy. " .*  V     . - -��������� always been good patrons-of this  It was decided.to have.a Board store and,now under ihf"able man-  of 25 directors and the following agement, of Mr...S..Brooke, the :sole  were elected; Wm. Merryfield, W. owner,, the store is ,sur.e to. get the  j; Marsh, J. T. Aish,'J. A, Morrison i;on ahsre "of the trade of" Abbots-  Rob t. Robb, H. F. Pagj?, H. Ii ford wlien such bargains can .be  Phillips,   P 'Conrby,  Jolm 'Taylcr,  had there. "       ' *  R.   Beaton',  M.  E." Alexander,  Ed. .,.,    L���������odo^--^���������  A   '-"���������-*"-  Baines, R." J. Owens, Chas.-Purver, .        ���������     :���������    '   ;   ���������  Jos.   Hargltt,," R. K.   Nelson,      E.       |r|Vif������d   tO    AUUtJI$M\b   *  Lundeberg,-P. "Ross, P   K. Nicholl,      ,,y������? "���������  P." Jackman,  Wm,  Kirkpatrick,  J. ������        r"  Merryfield,  J.  A. JacT)bson, TLos. ]    0ur  pushing real estate  agents  Lehman. . "\ie3srs  C. A. Sumner &. Co., ;were  The directors then met and elect busy this week with an invitation  ed :he following officers for '.he to Sir Edward Tennant and his  su'ng year. '��������� friends Messrs J. Leigh Wood, Marl  President���������P.   J. .Owens. borough E. Prior,',P. R. S. Balfour,  VLce-Pres.���������J. ,T. Aish, P. Conroy, Alexander Brown >and Aexnilius ��������� Jar  ' .>. J. Marsh. ,    ,        ���������     .     vis who were staying this week at  Sec.-Treas.���������James   Gibson. the   Vancouver  Hotel. Vancouver.  It was decided to hold the next to visit Abbotsford during their  meeting in the Glenmore school- tt-p to Lhe west. They received a  house on Saturday evening at 8 ivp'y on Wednesday much regret-'  p.m. for the purposa of drawing ting Sir Edward's 'and his party'3  up a constitution and by-laws, ability to visit Abbotsford this  Alter passing a vote of thanks trip as they were leaving Vancou-  for the use of the Hygenie Dairy ver for Victoria .and Seattle '^on  meeting adjourned. Every per- Thursday. This is a little .unfor-  son interested is earnestly reques- tunate as .it is felt Bure (Abbotsford  Led "to attend the next meeting. would have a>ppealed to them from   ooo , an   investment (point of  view  for  March 31, Friday, is the date for manufacturing and agricultural pur  the third annual True Blue concert poses. Still the\y now know that  in the Maple Leaf Hall. Everybody there is such a town as Abbotsford  come and hear Paddy Miller, "The and; that it is well to [see Sumner.  Boy From Limerick.1'    \;       , Better"luck next time Charlie.  The Abbitsford school board held -  their meeting on .Tuesday evening,  all  members  of the  school" board  br'na;*! present." ".������������������'   ,-.-(���������   .'-:'���������'".-���������_' **  The. following- bills ,-were '.passed .  for   payment;   Messrs   McPhee   & t  Ker, .85;: A. Parton, repairs $10.60;  W.   Lyle ���������'50;������������������Hult'ori*-Harrop.-fif-  -  teen ricks' of wood,- $20.25,.- ^ - ���������_'  The-.board decided,,to.aisk for -a ..  basement for the new addition with  corn0n't walls a.nd floor to put     in  slnpe "-for'hoating by fnrnace, wh-eri  the time comes" When the'towncan  afford ja^car'etaker J-   ���������;       ,*   ������������������  . Mr. A.. Catherwood the contractor,' will shortly co'rrimence work  on the new addition.  The meeting-could not deal with  proper ,*3chpol taxes un*"il the assess   ,  mc*nt ro'l was gone over and the ,���������  property   equlaly  assessed, which  Trustee's "Alanson   and   Tretheway  willendeavor'tb do. ���������'   '.'} ' ���������*' -  " The \ next' meeting of the board  will be held when the roll is com- .  plete. .  .  ,.  .>v,.    ,.- ,,,-,    ;   ���������  CORRESPONDENCE ���������-���������  ���������Huntingdon, B. C. Mar. 20.  Editor,K'.*������\ ���������/*,'���������.-'  .-.  'Abbqtsford.Poat...,       ,, .  r'.��������� ,-tlt  :^.l>.*3ar. ^Siff --'.-. -t  .-, '" >-*. - ���������       * *'  V. Allow" m'e the privilege of correct  ' 'ing  a ' "-6fatement. made flby Mr.'' F. ���������  Munroe in your issue,of,'March 17.*  : I   never told .Mr. Munroe    -that ���������  lmyself.rand Reeve /Campbell had a- .  greed" to  pay the   clerk .any  difference ' in 'salary, and  I   also beg .  to .state that no promise 'or agree-  meht to -pay", the/ clerk     anything  extra was ever made by me.'  Yours  truly,  DAN'McKENZIE.''   000���������=���������  THE    MARKET.  Wostnv'hster,   March  17th���������The  trad:n������   generally   on the  market.  was brisk and "a/ large amojint, of.,,  hus'ness   was  transacted.   Produce  .  ,-,{'-   -. -   ,     '.   *.  ���������/; f. *    '  was fairly"plentiful, and the.attend,  aiice was-good.   As is usual ,at this  season, the.fish vendors and flor, .  Vbts are well to the front, and fur-,  nish 'he"busiest sections of the mar.  ket.   The   stock  market again  be  cr^me active but the meat and poul- ���������  try buying- was quieter than ever  While  the supply of veal   - was  good there, was little variety     in  the  nieaf market  and   the buyers  could  not obtain beef, mutton or  hmb at.all.'.The bsef supply in the  country-;- is,-practically "exhausted  accord'ng.to the,buyers -and;son.e*  time must elapse .before the supply-,  will   reco.ver."     Mutton and ^lamb  cannot be expected.until after Easter, when the ranchers will have a  better., idea* of-how- many aninrils  they   can  afford  to   slaughter ���������'for  the market.. The veal, offered was  mostly  of very fair qulaity.   and  found  a   ready isale.   Pork was a  fair snpply and the demand was p-  qual 'to the offering.  Scarcity lma.rked both sides of  the poultry.market this week, hoih  birds and .buyers being few in  number. Thi high prirco (hit have  been recorded for the past few  weeks ��������� have probably been instru  mental in decreasing the demand  -.nd the fact that only laying hens  (Continued on the last Page)  w-iwi" '<���������-- T-.y,i'.'������^-7- l,Vffi'������"  :mmmwmim^\ two  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,  ABBOTSFORD. B. C.  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  Pub! it* hod    mv^ry    KrlUay    by    tlie    Post  PubliHtilnft Compmiy.  ,  A weekly Journal devoted to the Inter-  e Uj oi" Abbott;ford mid sin. -.'Hiding district.  AdvortistnK' Rato.-)  made' knov...    *n ap-  SHHUffi  fri  Sat  plication.  i,bg-al ADVKRTrsiNO���������12. eentn per  0f us need stop long to think until  'Un* for first Insertion, and 8 corns a Una  for all mibtiequcnt consecutive InrferlionH.    we   ean recollect 'Something that is  Our siiibboieth���������Neither for nor ofirin' not prospering to-day because all  the   (Jovonxroent.  our   citizens  have .'boosted  for  i1:.  Of course when one man starts co  knock another, there is no use in  turning the other cheek. Then probably it is easier to knock than to  boost, !as it is the easier course to  pursue���������tlie course of least resistance though is not .always the one  that brings the best returns, and  is often a destructive one. Competition is not knocking, at least  it need not be.  Situated as Abbotsford is to-day  There is an old spying to (the fol-  be plain talk, but do you ever know \ime_ lsee eveto 0ye'with us' on all  or .hear of anything in this town points'but there is one thing that  started, or. was lever intended to be we can all agree upon and that is  started that was not knocked b> to 'boost Abbotsford and watch her  some iself'ish individual?? None ffl'owi ' L   ^fy ���������  C-A.GALL CURrf  BE/SW&AND ���������  FRIDAY..    MARCH   24     191  If there is .anything in the above  article that fits those who arc always   crticising  this -paper,      our  , advise  is to  put  tho cap on  ancl  then "saw wood" until you feel     a  little better.   ooo   Matsqui has formed her agricultural association, but no point has  yet been decided upon to hold the  fall -exhibition. Does Abbotsford  want this? Why of course we all  want it, and we want the Board-of (I  Trade to get that for Abbotsford  if possible. Sumas would be willing to organize and join. Matsrjui if  it was shown to them that it would  be of advantage; then Abbotsford V  would be, in the heart of tho exhib- )  ition centre, and ms all roads lead  to Abbotsford no better place could  be found. ,The grounds can be so-  cured   without very  little  trouble.  <3       ��������� \^vjrr;/>D������ O WM\J  ,_ AXLE GREASE, "  HARNESS OIL,   WHIPS,  CURRY COMBS,  HALTERS,1  BSUSIIES,   SWEAT   COLLARS,    and also  BICKMORE'S   GALL  CUPJE', y*'*^' .,"0, wirant   ������ satisfactory  Cnrre. for Galk..Wotrniis. m\A ^ores tipnFi onim^h,.  P. O, Box 45  AL botsford, B. C.  day there i'S no centre in the Fra-  ��������� lowing effect that 'a   house divided   ser Valley that can compare with  against itself cannot stand.   Those   it.   What are wc doing to help it  who   have  experience  k^jw   that   along?   The   answer   is     nothing.  truer words were never spoken. We   When -some people are not     busy  read .so much about family quarrels. the>* are sowing seeds of discontent  murders, divorce courts, etc., that   regarding   something   that      they  it convinces all that the' pen that   *��������� lentous, of.   Knocking we take   Thig paper ]ms nQW b],C)kcn th(j ice  first wrote those words had good .from  the individual as pure jeal-   iu ; lhis mattt>]% ,amd  if everybody  reason to .pass 'the thought on to   ousy.   If a   citizen is mot doing his   wiI1 fall inj we believe we .are quite  future generations for meditation.   Pa.rt   to   projmottj   the   town   ���������  he   safe in saying that there will be no  should be exposed, but first inquire funerals, but rather a big day of  thoroughly into the matter before  rejoicing   for  Abbotsford.  any harm is done to the person's  ooo   business. Don't ropardire ,a.man\-< Here's another. We understand  means of honest livelihood. There tlie Western Canada Power corn-  are a few things we can always do pan.y intend building , a $90,000  to assist our town. The one that building for a sub-station. Can  should stand at the head of arty list tlie Board of Trade get that for us  is to patronize wherein possible, all   tod.   We need it in our business.  the   enterprises   of  the   town,  by  ooo   buying your goods -at home.   Ab-    MAKE BEDS BY ELECTRICITY  botsford is blessed with some very  r   excellent stores���������all of them do not  advertise in this paper, but that is  their business, we have the space  for sale���������and if your receive fair  treatment keep your money! in the  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  conrfor,table rigs.      Stables open day ���������  nip-lit to do business.  We solicit your patronge.  J. E. GEARY, prop.  ZTTZ^Z^Z  Would it be wisdom to supply the  word "town" for the word house  to make it Tead, a town divided  ag.-.'nst itself cannot stand (prosper.)  No 'own no matter how great  its advantages' can ever grow and  ���������������������������������������������'"-mp ��������������� bus'ness community cf  note unless propositions that are  mooted receive the 'support of all  its citizens. We know of a l*-*wn  that not many years **go had been  ��������� b't'-en _ often   and   hard   regarding..  proposed   industries.   One  came a-  ,   long   that  was  genuine.   A   great  big,   loud-mouthed   knocker    ' gn't  busy.   The    industry   went      elsewhere and is to-day a   prosperous'  concern,    and  many   use   its   product* at the breakfast table. That  knocker -should have been run out  of  the  town, because  he and  his  following deprived the citizens of  the benefits tq be derived from'   a  good  .industry.   But   still   it   was  not really a   criminal offence and  no  action could be taken against  ���������   How would you like to have your  work done by an electric motr?,The  windows  put down and locked at  night   for  instance,  and   the  beds  made   in the morning?      Wouldn't  -.t'-be iiih to have,even the sausage  town.   Then remember that at the   grinder turn" itself and a   machine  present size of the town, we cannot   that buttoned .the children's shoes  pretend to be,so -up to date as the   and  stockings and combed     their  large cities���������our stores, our hotels  .and  all the business centres    cannot   probably  be las   big.and   the  heads in.the morning?  More  wonderful .things than this  are outlined in a   Utopia that Ed-  goods shown so Advantageously as   is���������  sa/s  will surely  be  brough,  ,,,.,/ aoouf by  electricity.   It  will   be a  would like. '���������  INSURANCE LOANS  Abbotsford Homesites  If you are looking- for a home  or snappy investments  in town lots, acre- ��������� ���������  age or farm ���������  ���������property.  see  !cCALL:  The Pioneer Real Estate Broker of Abbotsford  them.  we would like... All ..towns were happy land /Where nnbody ^,.  small once���������all'things have a be- work, not even horses. But best  genning. Another point that can ������i? ail it. will work for the email-i-  always be observed is to mind your Pationof women from house keep-  own  business. It needs  all     your mf,'  .     ������������������** It  was Florence Iv.-oig  the      pa-  no  hiatter what  way  we  take   it    the m���������> ^   " *   ���������t������-re:keeper tent   lawyer,   who  said   before   an  Knocking is a   business tha should ' "T^ T      " '������ ^ ������-^Uge'of club women not long  y ��������� I v,     -        neSS  ���������    * Sh0Uld   3'0ur  own business/the  better     it ago, "Invention ,has done more for  be punishable by imprisonment/The   will be for your business; no'mat- the  emancipation .of women than  town in which we live has many ad   ter what occupation'it may be that legislation-ever will,-'and from Ed-  Co-operation   is   a   grand   thing   care.   If  I C.A. SU  vantages that no other town     i.   you follow there is no need fortry.  ison's  outline or the housekeeping  the Fraser Valley possesses at the   ing to displa7your7gn7i^cTaa"to ������f ^ ^^ *" P������pul3r e^tricit?,  present  time.   At no distant date   what  the other fellow   ,*������ i* -a ������f thS fUture in populf,r el*ctricity,  in  the  ruhirp a���������tua    *                           ^t.tne otner fellow  -should   do this Utopia is'nearer than anybody  m  the future another town     may   and   does not do.   It  is  not  your has imagined it ds.  prooab y, with not half the advan-   funeral in any case.   But it may be "I   *m ashamed of the number of  tages that we have m the way of   yuur funeral if the wholesaler re- th:ngS   around mv house  that are  ���������shipping, cheap sites for manufac-   fuses to forward you .goods or the d������ne by an'ma'ls-human beings.   I  turing   concerns,   and   a   paradise   bank fail to honor your papers for ^Tw T ?*  ^ventor-   "Th.ey  ofa   climate, become ,so enthused   npvf   f���������   '.*>..   .               P P     ' -ought to be done bya   motor with  nexc   to   receiving   goods   to   stll rout any .sense of fatilgue or pain.  t   .  J* P. 0. Box 58  <*!���������  Telegram-Sumner, Abbotsford, B. C.  f  Phone Central  argain  having     a  there  is nothing    like  hank to back you.  - We.cou-d not.all have been born  ���������n 'die same place -but we have air  come  to do business in the same  town, and while we should all have  a   good fellow feeling to our near   to live at Huntingdon  est of kin, yet we should try tolel  some of i'he, other fellows live and  ���������prosper.  motor  must   do    ail  Hereafter   a  It he  chores."   ooo   Mr.  Howe's newresidence is ona  of the finest residences in town.   o   Miss   Turnbull  will  short'y leave  that it wi:i .attract the outside and  foige  ahead  at audi a   pace that  will   leave Abbotsford. far  in  the  horizon behind.   Of course we do  not wish to se that, but Abbotsford  has   now an   opportunity   that  it  may never have again.   Now is the  time,   that   a-   plan   of      campaign  should  be organized for the purpose of advertising the town     a-  broad. What  are iwe doing?   Too  ���������   many in this town fare pulling at '  cross purposes for /the town to ev-      This PaPfir is willing at all times  er go ahead.   Somebody .seems to  to boost* and on the whole we have,  have a   grudge against their own  haci fairly- good support from th*  .'.'existence.- It   will   always  remain   citizens of the town, but we     can- He use. .    .:;  Abbotsford,   with  very little    im-   noi do all the boosting-the larger ���������ooo���������  provement on the present, unless   -,ur support the1-better-we can find     STr8' Harkne3S of Npw Westmin-  an entirely new leaf is turned over  words-the dictionary is     ful^tc> ^'j M^ ^r daughter, Mrs.  ���������the past blotted out-and an en-  sound the praises of the town.     Of  ���������ooo   tirely new programme     outlined,   course- we cannot expect  that all      The. re is no Christian du'y that is  and parried into 'effect.   This may   the wise guys at large shall at all   not **' be 'seasoned with' cheerful-;'  .    -ness^   ,' .   , ���������;,. . i   .      *l  i" [{ \fI   ooo   "When in Abbotsford do not fail  tc   visit the nursery  of Mr. D. L-l.  kelson. '  ���������.���������ooo���������������������������  Mr.   Dwight' Rucker wi!l  shortly  nnoA-e into his new residence.  ��������� ooo���������-   Mrs. D. Fraser is building anew  Balance as rent $15 per month till paid.  t  T  T  I  ���������f  f  X  t  y  T  T  T  I  i  f  t  '���������������������������������������������K^H^  t  J  I  ���������i  n  *>K  .    I  I   \i  '���������If    t rv_m^^^^ZZli������7.T^^^  ������-*-^*^������>-T*������-������^f*-xii*������**j������ ;A-?^*-A,*-������x^Kv,^i.*v^w,':j.^j.= i\^^^ ^t,-.^uBX*tt-Ml������w;1?*^%:iu,t^^"^^- ^^*jfo4>tttiJ^t.*&v,tt.w/&rtt THE ABBOTSFORD 1-OST,  ABBOTSFORD, B. C   ���������    , , TII1IJ.  **'  CHURCH  SERVICES  are' Agents  ���������' Phoenix Assurance Co. of London, England  Liverpool, London & Globe, of Liverpool, Eng.  British American Assurance Co., of Toronto.  ^ iMaww.im'jgmcrgi'r^^ ,  IL  For your Insurance.     Fire time is coming along.'  Presbyterian Church��������� Rev ��������� J ' L  Campbell, B. A., B. D. pastor.  Abbotsford, 1J a.m. and"7:30 p.m.  Tv'pper Sumas, May 29, and every  alternate Sunday at 3- p.m.  C. E��������� Wednesday ait 8 p.m.  Sunday School al 3 p, m.      <?  Sunday  School .'every Sunday at.  Presbyterian    Cliurch���������Rev.    r    r*'  . < -j .   v,.  Alder.  Glenmore, 11 a.m.    ".  Bee  Keeping  ���������* * ���������  ��������� Tho folio wing-"paper was deliver yd brofore'ithe Farmers' Institute  of Kaslo last month and io we 1,1  worthy  all \who are  interested in  but when they .get. riled naturally resent tho cause., The speaker  ������a'd h_ has.put h'ia finger into . a  cluster and not got "uliing, but in  working around \the hive's ' one  would us iehis business end    some-  "hm'in.   2 ;30  p.m.  Pine Grove, 8p.'m'.  At Musselwaite ..School 'House-  bee-keeping. The speaker'-wire the"i:inios and he'd-/l>ass it off wiith the  Venerable Archdeacon Beer; hk, remark, " Yon 'vgot 'me that time"  subject being "Bees." ��������� .   . ^e've, hived swarms in .our time,  The Archdeacon started out with   got -stung, and said worse than that ���������  h:s experience .locally nn he,'-kcep- '        . - uia-  ing;  he'had just  disposed rf his''    Ho Werienced little' difficulty in  last hive .after having'Lhe honey- nf'rK,,in������,tho bees at swarming time,  makers' nearly (ten yours, during >f ,*-**ey lit in a, cluster, he had ,no  which  time he had lost but     one   trouble at jail, but if they strung  Service,'   every  alternate Sunday   ���������*���������>���������������������������   Bees  are',-.divided into Miren ' out-'a*on"g  a'  limb Ire  tried to get  them' .together. ,      Here .someone  :���������3r������-  at   3 ,p.m  .Sunday  school (every��������� Sunday at  2 p.m. ,       "' ���������  At Huntingdon .School House-  Service  at every alternate Sunday  at  3 .p.m.  S.  S.- every Sundayat 2*;30 p.m.  classes; th? queens, drones and the' ,        .  workers;   A queen is to be found   cluoriecli ."How do'you account for  .should  be, .in "every"hiv-d; her'that?" "c'r"n't account for it,"camo  -������  ERCIAL  duty is to lay the eggs for hatch-  cb'me "thd cluick. reply, "they're     u  ing Hie-now brood; in the egg lay. *'"*��������� "���������"I"**'-*4- vcply from him, "they're a  ing' 'she  is a   marvel, and in    the   counting for what they'll do."That  J warm .season has^ been known     to  reminds us in speaking of the work  CHURCH. ^OP     ENGLAND���������ST. "lay ovar,2,000 in one day, or more   c'rd we sl"ou*d have started at first  HOTEL  l    "  i .. ,  j Mcelroy & Co.  LIQUORS,    WINES   AND    CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  MATTl-lliW'.S���������Rev.   C.   R.   Yates,    than   the  weight of herself;     All   thov 'nro  claibscd as  imperfect fe-  v.car-pro-tem..        ., food, is ,predigested, prepared mid   males-and there being so many of  A oootsl'ord Services'every'Sunday   ^J'-' to 'her, all she hits to do   is.to   M16���������'   are, sure   to   make   trouble,  ai Ji a.m. and .7.30 p. m. ,'    oat a.n:l,k:ep th'2-egg f.;c'.o:y going . antl-'lhey have'not got a   monop-  merrily. Only, twice does, she oly oi imperfections or, trouble ma-  leave the hive, when seeking a mate kill& Proclivities characteristic of  and   going   with'1 a ������i.������f������.^  Holy Communion every alternate  Siinday. c  S. School  uver.v Sunday  at  2.30.  CJio.r  practice,  Wednesday-at 8  Cor. Essendene Ave. and Oscar St.,  CITY  ABBOT8FORD  POSTOFFICE  Ofllce hours from S a. m.'tri 7 p. m. ���������  Mail gdr Peardonville every Tuesday  and Saturday, .1 p. m-.  BUSINE&S   DIRECTORY   OF  ABBOTSFORD.  iswarm'; once  mated she is fertile for life, returns  to the hive and goes heavily into  the egg business. As fast'as the  eggs are .laid they are placed one  ���������in leacli'c's'li by the workers and put  in.shape for the hatching-process.  The. queen is much larger than the  ordinary bee and is provided with  a sting; this is reserved for defence against.her rival; you can  handle- her   with  impunity  if  you  that isex..  In  dealing with the  hives,    Mr,  Beer cautioned his hearers not   to  " rob the weak, ones, and be 'sure' to  ascertain' they have enough   food  to tide them, over the winter. The  ���������more bees the more-honey. The  time to .strip the hive was the lat-'  tor part .of'September or early in  , October. A good hive,/. 'should"  yield 50 to 60 pounds of honey; his  did and ,he, took every bit of it, De  ������������B9*  I  ]ssa9  ABBOTSFORD  HOTEL  _j__s_mmmmw__wm  &_m_  .'' .ABBOTSFORD.-J3.-C-  Strictly first-class in every "respect; , The bar is  stocked with the best of wines, liquor and cigars,  RATES,   $1.50  TO  $2.00   PER   DAY  H. FREEMAN, proprietor |  - ' ���������**"        '' '   '���������' *���������' " ���������'���������' *������i  BUTCHER  Pork, Mutton, Beef, Veal, Pork.Sausages,  Weinies and Balogna always on hand.  Bffiifflra'S'B'aM^^  ABBOTSFORD  J. J. SPARROW, PROP,  CANADA'S  g Greatest Nurseries  Want   a   t'epr.esen^ative      for  ISSION CiTY,  B. C.  and surrounding district  ^"IX^^^?.   MERCHANT  TAILOR  T. C. Cootjan  Cash paid for Eggs and Poultry  Our p:"lC8S   are   hard   tO    of our stock as:well as trueness to  .       ,        ,, , . ,     ,     ,   j name must be appreciated by the  beat, call ana inspect stock J 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.  General Stores ���������  Authier Brols.  .  E.   Brooke ���������  Hotels���������  Abbotsford 'Hotel.- H: Freeman, Prop  ��������� Commercial, McElroy & Co.  Real   Estate���������  J. W. McCallum.' '  ''  C. A. Sumner & Co,',"'   '  Bernau   &:;'Husband," ,'..',.. '  . J.   J.   McPhee,      .,  <  .    .  Auctioneers��������� . '.���������*,  J. "vf. McCallum. . /     '   .'  PEED: STORE��������� ��������� '.'.  ���������J*   J*   Sparrow'".- '"   ',  Creamery��������� '���������"'  S.   J.   Bates,' Proprietor.  Hardware and 'Furniture���������  H.   A*an'sqn. '  '���������  Butchers���������  A. M. King: '  Livery Stable���������  J.  E. Geary, Proprietor. ' ���������  Baker and Confectioner���������  L. Legace.  RESTAURANT���������  Conrad Andersen.  Shoemakers���������  M. Hauser.'  3oard of Trade���������.  J. W. MeCallum, Secretary.  Blacksmith���������  Stanley Ausneauv  Barber and Pool Room��������� ���������   ���������  Jos. Sanderson.  G. Isenor.  Tobacco and Novelties���������  ���������   J. V. Means.  Doctor��������� ���������  T. A. Swift.  SADDLERY  and  KaRDWARB  B. J. Gernaey.  get a", chance and she'll not sting cauSe he .f������un.3...it Profitaible to sell  you, but in doing so be careful not thehoriey >at 35c .a pound and give  to injui*e',her or you. may 'lose'your the.be.es in return about'35 pounds  hive".   The bees are curiuus insects of granulated sugar at 5c a pound  if  they^find- the. queen ,is getting on which .they thrived just as,well  old or .slack in' egg production 'she' The su������ar he, boiled in water, with  is fired {.another is-selected in her ou^   burping,  un.ti  lit   became     ;a  place ; then proceeds the battle roy syruip;;   thi\s   he- \put   in. a   Miller  al in which we guess, the qld  ludy feeder *and',placed it in the hive, the  goes down and out as we guess no  body wants her and bee history has  no record of a state funeral. Inspect your hives frequpntly and see  if the queen is there, her presence  ivVeasily ascertained by the 'young  ones  in1 the cells;; no new brood  bees packing away as much as     ia  quart or threq pints in one day.  For'wintering he advocated leaving the hives' out doors; but protecting them.- Climate here ,was  ideal and all he found necessary  wq's a   box; for outer covering al-  means no ,queen and if you expect' lowinS a 'space of about two inch  to" keep the-bees you. had better es f*lled with planer shavings' and  get a queen qufck. . Blest iZ, we a S^nny isack.,. with .the (samVfill-  know how to help youget her, tiie   '"������  PIaeet:* ������������ top, leaving the on  ��������� bees, have a. process of their.'own  if the eggs left have not ripened  too far .and possibly the Archdeacon can enlighten, any seeking .information   on   this   queenly  point.  The drones, of which only one is  necessary in a ,hive for the mating  p rio-1 ar^ o"notmu hu-e;uu.lly  a hundred    come'.ou/t   with a new  brood but as'they aire "lazy beggars  they   are  tolerated  until   the  fall  then killed*.  trance p irtly open. * This ga ve the  bees  free exit on-sunny^days-and,  they came out'strong in .the spring  On ,no account disturb the hive af-  Nt   the   m'ddle   of   O'ctq'ber,     ,as  when the chilly weather sets in all  cracks   are "glued" ' up    to    keep  out  the .wind and removal     may  break  up the sealing which'  cannot be fixed up again before spring .  About  Marchor. ..April "inspect  the  h'V-?, see that there-is n    queen bre  tt^ ������r������^i,��������������� 4.T. and P]enty of food, if there are nei-  The workers are thenumerous as ther provfde both' * The "Archd.a-  well as b.u-y ones; they gather the cori. ,3Paid ,he J^ J������e f^  honey, build ^p,the hrves, arrange by feeding ,one of the iltiplLct  forthaxn.ub,tionofth^n-wbro'.d females royal jelly; better ffet  and ������* industrious ,11 the time. some if yo/need on , bu don't^  They've   got .stmgs,    and  w*ll we  Kootenay  jam. ���������* '  know it because of meddling wi'h- .   n-,  a hive;.when a kid, but it   ������a they   +hl   ?-'T  ^  U?  '   Mve      3������'e  who   are ol great benefit to the   ? " .^Vel' ��������� if * ls tiIted the  fruit grower. When tL trees are   ?������^ WU1 ���������*  ^'^   Weather;  white and pink .with blossom in th^I'Ze V " *** ** ^  Eye Sight Specalist  Manufacturing Optician  Does the Finest   Optical   Work.  Medical men and others  pay tribute to his skill.  793 GranvilH St. .Vancou.ci-  HARRON BROS.  Embalmers and Funeral Directors  Vancouver,  Office  and  chapel   1034 Granville St.,     Phone 3486  North Vancouver,        Office     and  SURVEYORS  Henderson   and  Taylor.   -  ABBOTSFORD DRUG STORE.  MUSIC TEACHER���������  Miss A'ice Steed.  CONNTRACTOR  & BUTLf- -,R_  A.  Everett.  spring the workers get busy ga'th  ering honey .for all they are worth  and it is then in flying from bud- to  bud they pollenize the orchards so  much needed .to bring forth" good  fruit. A 1 good f.uit growers should  have a hive in theiir orchards; the  old theory that formerly held here  In concluding ,;the archdeacon  said that the first year he went in  to the bee business his profit was  600 per cent, and"that'beat poultry  raising, fruit growing or anything  else he knew of. ��������� With a few ques  tions asked and answered, a vote  of  thanks  was tendered Rev. Mr.  a   few .years   ago   that  too  many ������ant    ......                                -  bees   were   i'njtfriflujj  has   apparu '���������      '!������v.   ���������   interesting   address  ently proved a false alarm, so get }** wthlch ^e meeting adjourned.  i^^n ������������������/> i^*. *i_ _^ ,               & ������<*  that if enough people interest  STONE & WELLINGTON  The Fonthill Nurseries.  egace  t  chapel���������116 2nd st. Phone 134  WANTED TO.PURCHASE  Forty acres improved farm in  the Fraser Valley, with or without  house and buildings, conven:ent to  station or landing. Apply to J.  H.   Smith,   Straiton,   B.   C.        for  bees and let them get busy.  But reverting to Mr. Beer's remarks ,and   bee , propagation &e  _  stated that(the eggs placed singly  J" in each cell became white grubs or  <f   |arvae in three days, enlarge rapidly \n eight, are capped over in  nine and a half and emerge at 2.1.  Drones   mature .^afterwards  at    24  days, queens at 16 and workers at  G   days.  At the swarming time there is no  ^  need  for alarm or danger. You'll  Wedding Cake a. Specialty ,.,1  gets'tung   possibly tif .not proper-'   ��������� -A^j  iy covered up.   but;said the spea-5  ��������� it  er,         "  ABBOTSFORD.   BAKER  Bread, Buns, Kisses,  Cream Puffs  *  themselves in bee-keeping to make  it worth while, the provincial government  will ,send.an expert     to  give practical pointers, ahd as     a  lurther aid .the keeper should keep  posted by lceep.ng a   periodical relating   thereto,  the  Canadian  Bee  journal  of b'rajicford, Ontario, I e-  uig -recommended.���������Kaslo Kooten-  aiao'. '"������������������������������������.:,���������'���������  The -surest and shortest way to  prove, a work possible Is strenuously to set about it;'1'"   :O00���������������������������  full   particulars,   first  letter.  ABBOTSFORD,"B. G.:|  er' 'y6u,il get U8ed to k after     a i    Genius   i������ th* 7���������V,h   ��������� \u  vWlll  not  hurt  von &;  v *->���������- iimL you,^01.ingg lt out>  &'���������������&! ..   M  tfOUR  THEABBOTSFORb POST,    . ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  A nice1 little cart-. with1 room f^twU'-  for-:';;, - ��������� -foQ,  Al /Top v Buggies, -leather' 'trimitled;  ;,  for���������.- * * ��������� ��������� ��������� $r1.Q5.;  First-class 'Market':Wagoris, 'two seats,,,*,  for.'.. , ���������������������������������������������;���������������������������.; $V]0\  These prices are right*for such/goods and you  should -call-and inspect before purchasing elsewhere  ���������-''j!'-  lu-i, .tM,f ''<"*���������    ->���������>    J '_' i\_ -���������'''''  1 . "' i  ���������j     i  ElgcffiB^/Calt' on'Us:  r   ^v> rt-      -V--.-   ti*1"  ��������� *������������������*���������������     ti*w**<'V*     .*���������*.*.> I *��������� *���������* -V'    ' .    .^���������wr^t-M.���������^  Singer ''Sew.iri'i\'M#ines;}'"  Victor Gramophones,  EdisohPhonographs/and all th'jSla>^''tee^oK3s;*  always' in. stpcl!';' Largest Collection of Records ,  in the*Province..."'  ,....  ������"���������  NOTE THESE PRICES' "  VicfisrMX $311 ��������� Vii&rNa: 2, :$42;:  VicttiiSNifA ISU^ictor^o.^ 4, 163f  VictSf^iciFoI^oilhdlah&iany; ��������� 250;'  Edisoft^lil^iis" froiii <19io4t5il  We 'have "Violins;'' Mandolines,'Guitars,-'Ban-:' 1 .vfS  joesrall-prites^to .Suit 'all Toc^..',sheet',Music;;;;i ^.iiet  in fact-everything found' in a first class Musicstore   1 .������������������_?_  You ire'welcome ��������� wh^fer;;ypu' buy' or hot  calla'nd' see tis When you are in town.  Abbotsford. has ,a   moving  picture'show twice a   week.  j  Won't   the  ladies  have      a   fine  f. time chopping when .all  the  new  ssidewalks are built. ^   ooo���������   The  Chilliwack  Board of Trade  'will .spend' $250 in advertising this  year.   000��������� ���������  The Good Templars met on Tues-  '  day   in the Orange' Hall and  will  '-meet.on the sams even'ng   -each  week.  Mr. S. Brooke intends moving his  ��������� family to Abbotsford "list :as. soon,  as he. can secure the,desired house.  \Miss', Brooke'has come to Abbots-  ���������ford;  Mr. E. B. de ia'Giroday is moving   to .Abbotsford  to  his  chicken  ! i iram-h.   ooo   Mrs. Sparrow .returned home on  .^Tuesday from .a. visit to friends  rin Kamloops.  'i  00" ���������  ' Vs  The Post is not so Black ;as some,  - Kerr' to paint it.1  fi  000���������'   . S' It is reported that Mr. Hill-Tout  - ���������'���������*���������)as������.';sold a .large tract of., land   (.0  -'���������Vancouver   investors,  who  intend  ���������bub-dividing same \i;nto 5 .and 10  ���������"acre" blocks, and placing -them or.  ���������-liie  market on reasonable  terms.  ��������� Mr. and Mrs. Victor Harrop enter  -tained   a   few  friends  at   a   very  enjoyable card party on Saturday  ���������!JaBt.  j  ..'   It- is funny how some people kriow  . a 11  that is in the Post each week  when they are not .subscribers.  , {-It is pleasing to see that the people of this town have had a   cay,of  ..clearing'up  the .back .yards,  etc  /The habit ,was very taking while.it  .'.lasted,  and before the'idea     ha 1  "gone '.the  rounds' it  became' very  "*'  liipnable.     It is up to "us all to  jp'.the town clean,'healthy and  .presenting   its" best      appearance  when "strangers come here.  isasan & aansos������  t>  S^V*!  ;^^������nv^1i������  \  cents 1 s-,h  Potatoes  n 'ho   pr 'v-i'ing fi."-* c  ?.re still selling at from  M"TOf)E)?S   Music House  _mim^^xmnamm_^mmma>mmKmmtmmmm_w^  419 Columbia Street, New WeBtnaih sfer" B. C  ' -  ,'������������������:���������       .". .'      '.'..'���������      ��������� ij"~'lt,"   ������"i/'    b&.i&'ii}  ; '���������'<������������������ -Indignation���������I. do   not .   under,-.  stand1 the reason why our name is  '��������� not in the directory.  ��������� ���������"* Enterprise���������Show   me   your   advertising receipts.  .".', Rev. Mr. Yates who is spending a  '.' holiday at the'.coast, and has the  r, charge of St. Matthews ��������� church is  "' m'aking his presence felt in the  town., Abbotsford will be sorry to  lose  such an energetic vicar, and  SOCrAL'ANB1 PERSONAL  Help AbbotsMrd by.working  vour town"; >nd support y otir local  $20 to $32 -per ton, this being for  1ho<\-> of pood quality. Several  tons of lower grade* potatoes have  been offered recently and naturally realizing a smaller price. A  fan* *3upp'.y of table carrots nnd  turn'ps are being offered and a  few pirsn'ps.  The apple market is .quiet, "(here  being apparently but little fruit to  be brought in for .sale. The . demand is good for good stock, th?  lower grades not finding much demand.     The supply .was fair.    ���������  Ah exceptoinaily - lairge number-  of horses were offered up at. auction, but the quality was poor and  mo9t of the animals had a high  reserve placed on them, with the  result that but few so'd. ��������� Cattle  also were present in numbers and  ,.sold .slowly.  ,. The   folio wing   were  iho   quotations  WHOLESALE MEAT- ���������  Beef, carcass   9 1-2 to     10 1-2  Beef,   h'.iidquarters       9c   to  10c  Beef, forequarters   8c to 9c  Mutton,   -    13c to  14c  Lamb  -  14 to 15  Veal   ---������������������'- '. 12c   to   121-2  RETAIL- MEATS���������  Beef, best rib roasts ���������'15c to 18c  Pork       121-2   to   13c  to' 18c    10c  17 to 20  IJ0rk    18c   to   20c.  Matsqui  Hotel  MISSJON 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    -  Painting, Sign Writing  General repair work  . J. E. BARTON  Abbotsford ���������������������������-������������������       B. C  Good. Storage Room for  Furniture.  paper.  ---������.e?---  .    . .,,.(���������. .���������,..--������.��������� ���������-..,>.   ^ i, - .;t������,.u0,( while there arfe others who Mutton   18c t*s> 20^:  Mr., ^am   Cawlejr. of ;,Chilliwack   conguJt the spiritg as to the"future "VETETEBLES-Wholesale-  ..   : TT-K������j:--"'.'.-  -,.���������;.  V-.-.paid'Abbbtsf ord a   visit .this week   When one i9 young the predomin- Potatoes    - --,-���������   $30  to  Patronize the^advertisers qf tta ___000__^ _ ( &^ .^ ^ concem3 young men Onions, lowland, sack  post.   They -are Mhe-,.people. tU^t.    Mr8#   E'dso-n^a^d jliittje. d^u.g^^er.^^at is to know the .name of     his Onions, crated    wish   to  see  Abbotsford    ... grow. ..returned liome on -Monday eyeuing, ;futn're wife.   It is teasry if the fight Carrots, sack  They are the enterprising ones who,. from a 'few da^s visit w^h.fri^d.s'  way  ia pursued> ,but ,some young Turnips, per  will give--yqu;value for every uol-*. in .Vancouver and Westminster;"       -n prefer a   ,short ^ anfl make RETAIL-  lar'every time,, .that you spei^d one     ,. .������������������w,*���������  ��������� , + ;v, ,��������� ���������_.-.������ Cabbage, per  with them.rfrom.;th���������.8tQres.that ad .  sack ������������������  $32    $1.50    $3 00    SUE    7oc  men prefer a   'short -*cut and make '   "'"- u  ...  { ;-.  ��������������� -,.- .;���������   t-.\\r .;������������������ -public   announcement in 'am  opera ^a,    a"^  w������������  ���������, -.--.. -��������� ���������       Mr. A/A'. Cruickshank was in tha   that" they -ar^ open bo receive -such Le'er*>'  vertisc you can .always expect th^ .t������)Wn this week"/" ' ,,n     .,                   knowledge,  and .at .-the same tm?.e Egg9'   ooo���������������������������, ..... :/1p.u,t'on a   serious .flace about it  ���������j. ~~~^?0tT~~ .". ^*-. ���������:���������:��������� :--.>P.u-t'on a   .serious .flace about it as  Mr. and Mra^CMnpJjeiJ.'are homo f though   they   appeao-pd .to   be  in  after  a;; pleasant" trip. to   the old   earnest.   The   joke; Is old but     it  country.  sometimes   catchea   a   nejw victim  THE MARKET.  'Continued from Pag? One.)  be:ng offered in numb������rs may  best or.,goods, .as, th^.^ners are ;.  sure to',be enterprising enough ,p;,.  s^e thaf.thehj ajtock, oi.goods are   .  up-to-date..in,every respect  See Sumner for. your- Wants .and     Mr; .jj/W 'Copland^^'^lsaiii..(;hiU.i--  ,  Sal*es.    !'','".       ,    - .     .. -   ' ��������� wack  o^ Thurs^^^  ������������������-fo���������t���������; .,.��������� funeral 6{ his mother,,who had^d    ..  Mr. S,\-k! -Willia'mBon .of the Bank . \ ery   suddenly.'. JMr.'     Copeland*.*?,  of  VancouV-er. returned , to,.,; that, many friendsihere will ^ extpn,d,   to .are ���������.������������������:. wB uhca-ju m i.uiuw..^ "...j  city on:-Friday morning.last aft*r;th':m* the hand' biyB^mp^it^W.'thifl,   also have had a   similar effect. On  a   successful   and. .promising tour, an hour of'severVeare'a>ement.'"      the whole, the- quality of the birds  around  AbbotBlo'rd ,'tnd'..'.  district..,  LIooo^--   ,.        ..     offered was f.i'rly high, and prices  He is expected.in AbbotBlortashort, . Mr. A*.; Stephens' of"Mission City   remained much the same as before  iy   to  complete ,.arr.a.nge,ment8./for,<,pC:ni��������� Thursday1 in'town.'  ' " although   onei1 .small lot   of  white  opening a  -branch of ..the-Bank   of __���������00*0'_:'__: ^ , Leghorns   of   inferior quality  sold  Vancou\er here., He has,been.as-     Mr. Brown of'the'RoyaVBank \vi\\   Cor  $10 per  'dozen.   A   feature  of  snred the;.;supppr.i.Qf/av..:nunj(bei:,;Ul  leave sh'o'rtlv'for.'h'is' holiday a v H-, some   :ntere<st  was  that, anumber  buHiness''mjn.and pthers.wili follow, will visit his liomeln-Ciii^bVflAnd.''   of  highly bred roosters  were for  when they find that.Jhey will re- --^qp-^��������� ' .r. :.,,;, ;. .sale at fancy prices, but ther* was  ceive courteous treatment. Mr. and:Mrs. P.^ Miinroe and Miss 'no/demand!,  __, o������������������ ,     Alice McPadden returned from Ot-;'/'^  , ���������  .,      .       .   tawa lately, where they spent'some   eent the nr.'ce still lower and the  To boom Abbotsford, why    -.net _���������^,K��������� ;,^:h-������������������ ^:;^^��������� ��������� l -. .  .  .  Eggs.  EfTJTS.  lb   ������������������   -ic  head  -'���������  10c to 15.  wholesale..    "-c  ratail    -v---    35c  retail   -     .  ���������   ������;5c   to   4*1*-  ABBOTSFORD, B\ C.  $M  get up a;! petition, to, the B.. C. E.  R. to run an excursion .at,the, week  t������nd? The train to leave here ��������� on  Saturday evening andreturhing on  Sunday levenihg Or the other way  about,  liav.ng the train leave'the  mbnths visiting' friends.  vendora  succeeded  iD  ,  obtaining-::  ���������;'~"~~ ,.    '',...'    not more  than 30c retail, atid 23c  Messrs-L; W.'Eliiolfj!F!fk, EijioU^.^  aiiu  treo.   VV\ ^ot'c'hfci^s';' of Cle>e;,  h>arket,;:asi;. is  almost  always  the  land, OhlbV were theguests of.Mr.'"ca������e'.-...wiien ! the   demand^is  sia;k,  Harry Freeman on Thursday.'"���������"''     many   eg;gsywere  sold, at several  White Leghorns  Pure bred (single.comb)  igis; can  tained.  For particulars.  Apply as above.  ^Associate   Members Can.   Soc. C. E.)  Civil Engineers  R. A. HENDERSON  B. C. LAND   SURVEYOR  Dffiec. next P. O. P. O. Box I I  Advertise - in The  '���������- posr-'--'"  FOR SALE  Apply Box 58 ' Abbotsford, B. C.  A f'ne grand piano in excellent  condition. Price $150, 1-2 cash. A-  bargain.  A   set   of  heavy  harness,  hand  sown in first class condition. Sacrifice   price $25  A new Williams sewing machine,  almost new, all fittings.   Price $30  A   fine isaddle horse, quiet  or drive. Cheap.  to  rid   o-  Apply Box 58 Abbotsford B. C.  Singlt*.   light.wagon.   Must      be  cheap.      !     ���������''.������������������'���������'    ��������� '���������  A   good  cow, fresh, (must be   a  good milker,.not oyer $50.  Mr. Pat -Murphy the-'.blacksmith  lute of Abbotsford,. ha,s '���������started; in  Hopd. Let us hope that he will  do as well there a<s in this town.  I'l  1/1  ^.~;.~i^-������. i^iii..^i,v������- n ij��������� p������(m������������^*f r-*i**;'nxn*i'������'*W"������.Tt i^r'-t  ��������� ���������t<**itM.vi>*r������*<m *���������!���������*��������� fft^w ���������">?������*'���������** ���������  rnVr-iwal/t "*������*������'>���������-' fT������"p  ���������SfV-r ������-������ ���������trei ^l'"^'''^'3*f^.^_^nmn'^_)mt_\

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