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 V*  in  i  I  fob  Vgl.IL, No. 28.  ABBOTSFORD, B. C, FRIDAY,    MAY   19, 1911  $1.00, PER YE \R  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *'  *  *  Oor Ottawa Letter  Widding Bells  OUR  That   the   Hberal   Conservative Mr. Henry Carroll, atation agent  party   is   absolutely' united'in   its' fop the B  c E   R  ^ ^bdt8fordj  opposition   to  reciprocity -and  its . and ,80,n of w  j   Carrollj of S^p.  |J devotion, tortile, leadership of Mr. perton,. yestercfoy, mawied     -Miss  ^    R.~ L.   Borden;' was- demonstrated ^y pippijl> at ^ Providence 0r_  '���������������������������-  the recent banquet in  Ottawa phaiiage, BeV- Father-Wagner, of  |;| tendered'by; the} Conservative lead Sechelt,   officiating.   After  ��������� ^al-  er  to  Hun Richard McBride, pre- taking  of >a; ,weddflng repast, "Mr.,  mier of.-British' Columbia, and Hon and Mrs; Carroll left for the^south  Albert   Rogers "bf  Manitoba. The on  a   honeymoon trip.      A'bhpts-  Parlor Social  , The parlor sicial at the home of  Mrs. A. Trethway, under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid of the Pres  byterian   church   which  was held  lat'L Thursday was, a success in  every way. The crowd 'began1 to  gijther' at S o'clock' and continued  until there -were-about eighty  present.  .-���������va   ciijoyw .4e   ^programme-,   of  recitations and music, with, a spell  evening completely ������������������&>������*' wiU be ^eir **ore home.-   mS ***** in wmch the tadiw.cap-  i u -T    *���������            ,   News, May 18\h.        '     ��������� ���������'   tasned'by our-popular young as-  elaborate  tissue of ^^J^ L~^���������*   siU"nt   poYstmaste>,  won in com-  IS TO HOLD YOUR TRADE  |i  LOW PRICES!  *:  *  *  *  :#  QUALITY!  f  *  *  *  *  S. BROOKE/  ABBOTSFORD and. HUNTINGDON; B. C,  <*&>) events of that  demolish - the  j&S faischoods^built fup during the past  'ytiar or two by the yellow press i.-f  '.anada.     -  The coming of British Columbia's  premier to "Ottawa excited no little  interest'-;-; His-'..woiiderful ��������� career,  his unvarying -success .and his pic-  tuesque personality appeal to the  people of the, east. Wherever McBride went in Ottawa hewjn ^olio we'd.,by large crowds,'and many  ��������� ii his oid-friends and- acquaintances were delighted to" find that-  'hey still ���������heid.Jpla:ce3-in his .memory. He .certainly has,the real gift  oi  not forgetting names or. faces..  .sEveryone ���������, whom, ihe--ever met.be  -fore -..receive^,  tropv-'Mr  daring  his   visit  here' a- personal  greeting-that-was sincere and unaffected.   His .striking re^embiajne  to - Sir. Wilfrid was' a   matter     of  universal comment 'and ,there was  great desire on-all sides to,- hear  him   speak.  JVIr.   R. L. Borden,  in  presenting   the  premier  of British  Columbia,   paid' a   tribute   to   his  personal  loyalty   to  him and  his  unswerving   devotion   to  the  prin  ciples of .the.Liberai Conservative  disposal of his leader. (Mr. Borden  goes into the nexc campaign,with  these two toasters;,of' statecraft  as  his   lieutenants.   *"  Attorney-Uenerai Bowser..made  an excellent impression. He frank  ly said that the province would be  petition with the men was contributed to by ladies and gentlemen  of. the town and vicinity.  An offering oi.auiiu jiAujen dollars was made to the funds of the  church .choir, ������������������' (  .  ,  The ladies provided refreshmen'-s  reluctant .to give up itB great prime' &nd all came, away thanking Mr.  Minister. At the. uame time, _he and Mrs; Tretheway for opening  had no nestationin saying that the . thiir  new, aiid commodious home.  ptupit; oi i>rici-3h.,Oolumoia.would  be found no less .willing to'.make  the sacrifice one he'.altar of patriot  ibin than was Mr. , McBride^ Mr.  xjowtacv got. ms lauuience into good'  uiiiflur .ait tlie iscarcj he appiogiseo)  '.arid   deciare'u'7ainid, applause, ana  laughter', that hei-did'-not want.;tiic  representativt-*>- of-the ease to go  away wi'h tne impression ilia"-. 'Wc-'  Bride  was  the ownlei of the only  dress-suit in the province oH, B. .C'.'  The  vast supplementary ��������� '-estimates' recently .brought faown in-  dicate   beyond   peradventure  that  me  government' is -geccing ready '  for ,ao   eiect)ion.     >   The iact' is  staring'them in the face that .they  ANOTHER WAY TO DO IT  The following from the Sumas  News, and-might act as an incentive ;  "It is a   well established     fact  that when it comes to prying ^ a  hard-headed business man loose  from his toil begotten dollars, it  takers a woman to turn, the trick  A man will make a life and death  struggle   against   /another   he-hu-  Lionite Demonstration  (Froim Fraser-Valley Record)  The exhibitionn of Lionite given  this -week at the' Agricultural  grounds   should  demonstrate' ��������� to  the people'of this section the superior qualities of this most excellent article. It is at present  time made at or near to Abbotsford and a   number of demons'tra-  party.   Amid thunders of applause   cannot  force   through reciprocity  jpaah before he -will eut the bands   ti?ja8 ma(je on the 0{h-er side of qxq  on his bundle of kale and .dhstri-  ��������� bute the -same 'for the public,weal  and  welfare���������and   his own.     But  he'll make  a   bonfire out of "the  entire bale if Winsome Winnie Wilis  it.  (Witness;   the  /average x   man  won't buy himself ta   new necktiu  once a   year.   That is, if he's hap  pily  married   and  isn't trying   to  make  a   hit with IVlra. Trubble or  Oliyoukid.   The old tie'is good enough, and he refuses to let go of  four bits to buy a   new one.    ,But  along about the time his birthday  rolls  around   wifey goes  to  hinv  and   puts   up  a   play  for  a   new  bonnet.   She     lands     a   ten-spot  wjtjiout  a   struggle.      Five   of it  .buys the sky-piece  Dub-dubs and doo-dads enough to  make over the old one.   And ehe  eurprises pa with a   birthday pres  ent of a   dozen new, ties���������-and he's  tickled most to death.  "The ide<a of a Woman's Auxiliary for the commercial body of  a town has been worked out with  great success in many cities of the  West." ���������'.���������  rivt-i- has proven to the people that  it is just the right article vto take  out stumps at a very low cost  and at the same time foe perfectly  harmles to the -man who uses it. It  requires both heat and cpneus-  sion to do the work of .destruction  and then does its'work well.. Experts have given Lionite some  very severe tests and in each Qase  Lionite has doqe well.  Mr. D. 'M. Stirton, the inventor of  Lionite, established himself at Ab-  botaford last fall. He had spent  some two years on his invention  and recently Bold his Canadian  rights to the B. C. Safety .Powder  he plainly .intimated that'Mr. Me-  , Bride would be.summoned, to the  f.'t'Ucral Arena. ,  It was 'no easyt ask which confronted Mr. McBride .when he rose  to apeak at theB orden banquet.  Tne many representations which  h-t\ e been made concerning his attitude., tou*ard che leadership coulu  not have be^n absent from ' his  mind. At {the same.time he and h's  audience had just heard the tribute  paid to him.by Mr. Borden..Curiosity was on tip-toe to : ascertain if  he wouid accepc the call from his-  leader;, the fact moreover that he,  was, a stranger and a man about  whom so anuch had.been heard  made it difficult for him to come  up to the popular expectation wi'.h  out seeming to push himself too  much   into   prominence.   But ;Mc-  wiihout firac;obtaiiung,a mandate  frum the people.. Even Sir. Wiifrid  'LajUrierte luhreat rto absent him- -  sejf from tne' imperial conference  and the coronation ������didn ot stampede (.n.e .opposition. Ihxougn iVi*.  uwirden Ui<_j auggejteu mree cour  ses which* ne nughjt take, any out  of'which might enabie^imn io.perform his; plain; duty to ithe ilmp.rt*  iie affected at the time co: make-  light  of    tnese    suggestions   a&d  more than intimatea mat he- ������ o'mci  .       , / ��������� i  ."Jiiuw  ^110 own coai"ae  vildou*. any  i'  regard to the wishes ofi the-Canai  ian .people. Indeed he went so fat-  as to yay that he considered % the.  i-ecipo-ocity agreement- afa-of more  importance,  than  the great     pro-  to, the friends of the church.  Annual Mesting  .  The' first iannual,meeting g>tt he  Wojman's. Auxiliary was {held ,   in  ;sV.^'Mat.thVws' Church,  rTnurs.da>  May nth, the tiev.'A. i-u-ucV cuu-  .d.ucliDg   the   opening.   A      large  ga/tbering of, members,and friends  were present and visitors from the  Dio,ce,sean - Boaid,  feeing vMrs.  Dr  Pencier, Mrs. Lye, .Mrs. O,wen. Mia  Eastman; these ladies giving mo j  interesting, addresses; Archdeacon  Pentreaih   being  presen    and also   spoke,  of. the forming  of the  man'a Auxiliary in British. Columbia. )  The' election  of officers for the  ���������ft.      *  coiiixng' year Deing;  jtj.������ii.   rres.���������Mrs.   >Bruce.  a-i-qo.���������.ivxrs.   Ley.        ���������  ��������� lee-jfrei.���������M.ob  Steede.  ' uc.cifc.utiy���������/vjj-s.   h.iiig.  lieu-surex��������� iilih.   'iayi'or.  ���������atc.-'ireaii. ui Leai*et���������Mra*. W.  .baseman.  Rtjtpre-sen^atives���������Mrs. Swift and  Aii-ia ^. oteede.  A roost successful and enjoyable  meeting was held and a hearty  vote of thanks was passed to all  visitors, after which Archdeacon  Pentrea,th   closed  ,with  .prayer.  Mrs. Boyd kindly asked all pres  ent to her house for afternoon tea  A   party of four all Abbotsford  blems to.be considered by the,Im-   people   have   left  for  Steamboat,  perial   Conference.  He      retained  his top-Ioftical position for a   few  Bride met the test in. a-   splendid   days and then suddenly wilted. Ev-  manner. His speech was a master  piece of tact and eiouqence. H1-  proclaimed himself ready at any  lime to take any position that he  might have assigned to him .by his  leader on the' 'battle-fieJd. ;,���������  Everyone   realized      that   . ihia  Company, who intend to manufac*   would  mean   for a   time  a   great  ture Lionite and make it (popular  with th3 p.opl-; qf (hi Fraser Valley. It is claimed for it: that-it  or ribbons and i9 much cheaper and does its ,work  btlter tha;n' any other powder  the market. ���������  on  sacrifice, but at the same time everyone realized that in Mr. McBride, Mr. Borden would find a  powerful lieutenant and one well  worthy some day to become a  Minister of State..,. '.    '.'...  mu    t,     i_7-^r������    ~~ Mr'  -Rogers  is ,more or  less .fa-  rhe Band of Hope will hold their   miliar figure at Ottawa and  thus  annual   basket pic-nlic at the  Qid   -forf curiosity, to hear him than to  Orchard;   Abbotsford, -jajay      241).   been-   McBride. ^eveJ-thpless:   ail  ufldec the^spices of the W..C. T.   present  realized  that his  accept  L. Everybody weWrne,   ��������� Mce of Ml, Borden,s call -waa ?no  Mrs;  Tretheway  returned  from   ^^^af^*^ McBride s  Westminster   Wednesday  ���������en������*       ,   ,     eBnt.sh Columbia m^n he  '   ���������   ~"enm8   put   himself   unreservedly \at  the   a   daughter  .driving through *to Rope, then  p-^-iw.jifj on -uu trail. The pariy  consists of two rainijng eng neern  and two speculators. We wish ail  the best of luck, but why not spec-  ukute" in Abbotsford, but perhaps  they  will, later.  Mr. John Bouchier baa sold his  quarter section to. Mr. McNabb of  Saskatchewan at i$50.00 per acre  Mr. McNAib is jgojE|g to clear 80  acres to put injto fruit. Mr J,  W, McCallum put through the deal  The real estate agents are doing  that he was forced to jgo to the well and considerable; ..property,Is ���������  Conference and that be ��������� was only changing hands. There ,is seldom  top glad to accept one oifths pr*)- a day.'but there is someone from,  po&iiioifs tendered to 'hifen by Mr. the prairie provinces here looking  Borden. \ for  land, ''���������'.',,'���������"���������  ������������������.������������������n������������������������������������     ) ' '      ' ���������      ' '  Mr. A. E Baker, representing tht;  J.  C.   Wilson Paper Company  of  Vancouver,  accompanied (by Mrs.  \annetU on Wednesday, May 17th   Baker, spent Thurify; in Abbots  u<"" ' ford.  en his  own supporters refused u.  stand  by him in his petulent de  meanor.   Without   any   atiemptat  explanation   he  came   down from  his perch 'more quickly than he had  a-scended- to it and started for Eng  land at the time arran^jed. -  Whether he had alwayia intended  to do this and was mewly making  a cheap bluff when he, talked t'������  the contrary or whetbdr he became frightened at public opinion  ia not material.   The 'fao- .remains  WATCH ABBOTSFORD GROW  BIRTH-To  Mr. .and -Mrs. John ./.:���������':,������������������:  TWO  THE ABBOTSFORD POST.  Published    every    Prlrtay  ,by;* the '..Post  Publishing Company. ?'' "'' '.*  A wt'ek-b' Journal devoted to the Interests of ADbotsford  and huk ^'ndlne Als-  trjct.     ,      '��������� ��������� ���������,'   '"���������'<   r '���������   * -  ���������'  Aav<?rt.fslnK,Ra'*H m������<l<-'know', '--n, ajt-  plloatlon. ' ���������    .  UlfiOAL ADVEIiTrSING���������12 cents'por  line for first tnaei-tJon. and 8 cents a Jin*  fur all subsequent oonwc'outlve Insertions.'  Our Shibboleth���������2?*lth������r for nor agin'  the   dovernotent. .      ,..,, .',-,-'  THE ABBOTSFORD fcsT,      ABBO^ORD. B. 0.  mm  1H1B  J. Gi  ������t$,ii Saddler. apc|-  ffln  Do you want to purchase a good  TYPEWRITER   at  a very  Harness    ���������    -Saddlery- Hardware-,  i'    - -   , i ���������      r.  Trunks and: Valises ''  i,        *     ���������     ' *������������������  >: Abbotsford, B. C.  .'   P. O, Box 45  '.*-.'������������������.  .'������������������;.IIU1ULJ.J-J!IH. .UL  ���������(-:  FRIDAY,    MAY 19,   1911  T-JJj...i.."aL_. I���������n,.';  D:  tl:  reasonable price?  /i.   '.'- (A (j([i;.  Been used  in excellent  about a year and  ...   ,.;'i,'i"r.'^���������   ;    :I   . ' , '  condition; almost as good as new  .. . . I/i/    liOuul -...i'v :.     .1    n.������     . ,,  [Can be seen at the* office of  J., A, BATES,PRINTER'  Hub Square      :      Mission City:  (From Fraser Valley Record) ,���������.,  What  are   the  shareholders   a-  round   Mission   City   doing aib.out,  the   Fraser   Valley "Sugar  Works..  that was to have "The first .sugar,  works in British Columbia in. <*p- ,  eration,;by, September. 1st, 1911, and,  and  the  first  40 tons. of-".   s.ugjai-..  grown   and  manufactured in this.,;!  province ��������� will be for sale Septem- -. 'if  ber 2nd, 1911.". and to which com-*  pa,ny   a   number,  of 'citizens". . a-  round Mission City.subscribed?  ���������- The Fraser- Valley Sugar Works  Ltd., *is" advertising' "Factories';-.  Mission City, B; C.'>   There are no  factories  belonging to Ithe Eraser  Valley Sugar Works, Ltd. in Mis-  r^--**'^. - . -^, ���������.M ,..-.���������-���������w~--.���������������T-  sion City-that'this paper, is-aware' ^;M^ron-tW������iasu4iipTtl6'-5   that.. WHO. PAYS .FOR THE   - -.  cf/norhais the Fraser ValtevW''-M'i^elPf 5n?W Where-hte"fltore ia " " " ���������"' "' ' 'ADVERTISEMENT  ti,nor n<us me Eraser .Valley ������u-3 and what-He has for sale.'   Well it      Wouldn't you prefer-if ybu^had  gar Works, Ltd.-secured-any land .is a ..lucky-day-for a- merchant a clothing store, to sell a hun-  in Mission City ���������for'the-purposes.of when-his 'business is good-and his. dred suits of clothes in a day,ma-  uu.la.ng factories: '       '   *-'^)narae ^always.beforethose- who-, king* an average,.profit of-'$2.00. a  At.a'',recent pieetihg-Dr. Schii-   pur<j-haa?  goods,.     ,...-. ..suit, to selling ten suits in a   day  macher -'and .Mr. Peters made' the   '   Talking   about   advertising     an   with an,average .profit of $5'.0O-per  '*>.   '    .                             ���������" exchange   Bays   that    'Of  ail   the   suit. *���������:,..���������  ���������statement'-that they'fcad.>en pro, plenipotentiaries of- publicity, em-      Suppose that, to sell the Jiundred  mised bOO acres <fdr the'growirig .of   uassadors-*of Advertising, and bo&s, suits ;a. day. you should/ spend, say.  Augar  beets.-"'"In   a' recent\tad,yer- : ������Si'of~ press -bu'reauVnorie" equals'   $S:0.00  per day in .advertising,  tjst-ment in 'a''j3. C. magazine .we'"' Mose8> who-lived fifteen-centuries      Who  would  be "taxed" forrthe  notice "the -following;   "Over .one   uei0re'01iri*,t-  advertising,? Your    -patrons?  thousand acres of'land have'been-      '^������8ea  a^pointed  timaeU     a<*~  ,..-.,, - .      -. ��������� -  writer for the Deity, and ?ave us  promised'for growhig sugar beets-%^ account creation, from    ^er-  this adv-ertwement^appears in - soLal-Interviews,, which'have been  January. How (much-of'this'land W ^e-^pitti'-i-or unrt.y-i.ve ccnmrics  at .the present time sown in-the "'"'"'<Mo9e8 WTOte the-first "five books  Fraser Valley?��������� '.And how much a-" ������i "^'^^ and-this-accoJnt     it-  rnmir*   Mt -c-    o   rr        -  '  ,;-       ''' cludes ' -a^record - o^ the ' author's   yuu.wuum u you "saved  louua- Mansion?   How   touch'     on. romantic-birth'and-his-serene and   vertising   appropriation.:  Matsani    nrafvi*i9    Mrmr   ^,.-.���������w' J.'        riir~r.:e-.r.ri   jji-ii.' ���������  ������������������������������ .    ���������,. ir             .        ...  LIVERY AND FEED Sf ABLE  Having purchased the business of Mr.  . .  W. Lyle,  lam prepared to give the  best of ��������� satisfaction as to prices and  comfortable rigs.      Stables open day    >  night to do business.  We solicit your patronge.  H.-&D. Mckenzie,, props;.-  ���������f^Wfiln*n������iifmhii>   ��������� m!  it," i m i       M ti ^amBBo^sp^  INSURANCE LOA^is  Abbotsford Homesites   :  Scarcely���������when they pay you three  dollars less. than they would have  to pay for-the identical suits :   to  the merchant who does not adver  tise.   .  You?     Scarcely���������when you make  , a   great   deal   more.-money   than  you.-would if you "saved" your ad-  If you are looking for a homfe  or snappy investments  in town lots, acreage or farm  property  see-  CALLU  The Pioneer Real Estate Broker of Abbotsford  dignified dfeath'.������- Moses is the cen  tral 'figure,--after- tYahweh, in the  wnoie'i-wri.te-up.��������� -���������>.        ' ��������� ���������  -'-Egyptian'-history jn-akes not a  single-mentiori-di Moses'or the Exodus and* no record is "found of the  Matsqui  prairie?  How snUch' any  yhere in thci Fraser Valley?   Thos*1  who   have . tiharea ,. ,' .are -surely  ���������' entitled   to   kiiow'   this:"-..  - We will have a  'jam factory here  ���������  ��������� . ���������      . i -  ������������������������������������*���������' ftuu juu rccmu is touna of the  where- the -augar'cOuia'be; d'sed   night, "from "Egypt  except  what  to advantage. v-    -       - .-: * ... hWs "wrote, 'At -jest'it was only  Several of those who. have .-sub-"' "a* -few 'htindred-'pedplewho made  ,   scribed havV asked'us-Question-, a-   the lii^-ht' 'but''the'aocbuhrWkes  bout--the   Fraser "Valiey:'-   SuW' *���������" *^e"th:ilg co'iossarand"mag-  - tit ��������� i- -���������- t ^   .-j....:_,* ,-���������"&.   .    ���������r&������     --niiicunL.-    - -      -   - -  '���������    ������������������''-   '   s  Works, Ltd. and we-believe. the'v.   ��������� tn-i.   .������_���������������������������-���������  , bout h,ow the .compaiiy is'getting--rivaled.   Slogans" abound'in      ire  ""*' '  " ' Avntings  of,Moses.  "Moses made hi'sgod supreme bv  UHJllg.  Your non=advertising competitor���������in the' penalty he pays for  .not doing bo large a volume of  business as he could do* by advertising, and taking a smaller per- .  sale profit?  That's it precisely!  You will admit that doctors some  times  make .mistakes, .won't you? '  suggested -the  cross-examiner.  .<��������� - "Oh,. yes; the same as' lawyers," ���������  was the cool reply of the medico.    .  "And doctors' mistakes are bur-  .ied six*feet under the ground?"-  "Yes, that's right, too" said the  other; "and-the lawyer's' mistakes  often swing in the air, How does  ~.'^i'-ri  ?,O.Box58 ...   . Phone Central f  Telegram-Sumner, Abbotsford, B..C.'...'  c ���������'.:  ������������������ ���������- ��������� '-'- j &       . k\\t\   ok..rfA^n:i  "convincing  " 'Makethe truth kndwn'about'the ,\���������''^fi���������1* world'rafl ^en w.n  business that you'are supposed-to ���������        .������������������'-,'-   be the head of. ' "'.'    "' "    All  IiteratureTadvertisingaui  old shyster?"  '  '   '    CURED HIM  A little man in the west.of England rushedr to the i-iyer last sum-  ��������� T,-.       ,    -   -     . -  ,        *���������"���������"������������������*''  "  -uvertismgaui   ���������������"������ xu-.ueu.co tne river last sum-  ine only-man who should not ad   "H   genuine,  advertisements ���������   are   hl?1"' swearing that.he woulddrown  vertis'e. is the"one who haia nnth.nw   iiLerature.'' '���������'��������� -.'    * .  ', ' himself, ���������'���������wWi.n'1 k������ i,-j 11. ,   , .   .  vertis'e. is the one who haa nothing^literature  t?:������fffer. ^n' Way ot service,���������or'Vwh6v,;j;'T4i< author advertises men tare  cann6t make 'good, -i::-   ��������� Ali^&h:- places;,-deeds,!events and things  should seek the friendly-shelter of .His appeal is to the universal hd  oblivion,  where  dwpli th������*������.���������,i.������   "J-L-. J-r.:.    _;���������."    1 ������lv������aai. nu  s  1 mile from Abbotsford.  Good house and barn,  10 acres cleared.  himself, "When he had waded in to  toe  depth  of his waistw   his  wife  who had followed   him'  seized   him  r.hIivjnn    ���������,. i     ��������� ���������    --���������-.. "-;:-;    ---"-*" ���������.- - >"- universal nu ���������   hy,..tH3aLr' ,and then������ ** a local  ,      T\ where  dwell those who,  manful..  If fre does not know the   t^. ^^^ ^ -she led  him  shrouded in Stygian shades,: fore-   Jieiirt  tnrobs  of man and woml   Jfcack ^ ������e fashed a   place where  -gather, gloom, and are soon out ������,f  the ,ovs fa *.-    ���������a|J uand wom���������   the" water was ^out two feet dee d  the game.  Not to advertise is to    ^ &&L ?.^p*?���������*** ^bilions   where .he pulled him over back-  be  nominated  for membership in %^in^StT^h'^'^a ** ���������o������.a Jilm Zlr,   anl  -the  Down-and-Out  Club.  The ac-   self^nd hi.".dSr in^      ' T"^   PU,iedhisheadV^gain,'> "Drown  ceptation of the nomination    may       ',      ;. . ��������� a-dm,p,n* frienda- yourself (down he went   leaving  not be long.      But-the'science ot  ,,Z Fl TV* fiat--becoming ."���������������."������ ' to ������������������ father' the brats 1 (another  advertislng'^ist he ^iehc^;of'psy-   "^:������M^  ohplogy.-And;;Wch^bgy-i,"   ^y^^ f6nand h^'Wt "" **"*  '" ^-    '       "       "  .cien^^^hun^heart. v    ^f ,%   I     '     ItinL^^^  -       '   sIJJIt{,f  edpeajtes-^sometimes^        a  Hei;e,is a chance to  double  -money at present prices  and atart for the river 1 (anocber  -a.������p) Better use the water ih-  stead of rum j (another dip and  shake of tho ^.,11 .i-m.���������������������������������������������*       .-. ,���������  The advertiser VbVks'^'supply 2uZ ^fn^'^T^^        a"  ^   ������rrumJ (another  dip  and  ,,:. *^o,f ha^it needs, ? and istence an   ^ ^S^S  ^ ^ *^^'������^r������  : ^hatatAvants, and ������hows,. where op its way to the Celestia iVtvir  J?l h^   out  a   w^er u  Sot   a  and Iw:w..to,get,it.   The: merchant Fine Minds) ^tial.Cty of  better man, and .escorted him into  , -       '   /      :���������;   - the house and closed the door.  >?r ..���������'.;���������.���������.  i.;':-;!;:-./i/f  ,/'''-'���������������  :*S"iW:ouL'^  7&B -,  ���������'.-���������  <*'     *-..,".   ���������   ,-,  M \  /���������  Lt  '  V  ,J'-L'JL1'.������^J_  ���������ST-H  a���������?  Sgff ll --J .'.UP.-t.1 ,),.'ii.l'il-jr7mwi"i,'iri  THE ABBOTSFORD YOST,    ABBOTSFORD, 6. t  -,.'?J..^.J^.---J'^::^  CHURCH  SERVICES  are Agents  Phoenix Assurance Co. of London, England  Liverpool, London & Globe, of Liverpool, Eng.  British American Assurance Co., of Toronto.  For your Insurance.     Fire time is coming along.  l!Li.n...i���������  :.T", Ti'i.-Tirff  ������������������sac  mT��������� w������ *���������**>'��������� *������ m*r*i^wy fifcyiw tA-mtmmttny nuftOj^t^yayy *rfti ��������� M������*������gi,f������^yS|i&������S%t ��������� ^*- <- ������yyt^g py-  TT  COMMERCIAL  J   McELROY & Co.  LIQUORS,   WINES  AND\* CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  Presbyterian    Churcfi���������f*>���������V     j   J_i<  Campbell,,B. A.,, BrD. pastor.  Abbotsford,- 11a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  ���������At Musselwaite /School 'House-  Service  every  alternate Sunday'  at '3 .p.m. (  Sunday school tevery Sunday at :  2 p.m. .,,...,-.  . -At Huntingdon School House���������  .Service  at every alternate Sunday j'<<  at 3 p.m". ���������' "  S. S. every Sundayat 2;30 p.m.'  Uppei-'Sumas, M6y 29, and 'every*.  alternate Sunday at 3 'p.m.  C. E., Wednesday a-t 8 p.m. ,  . Suiuluy School at 3 p. m. .  Sunday, School .every Sunday at  Presbyterian    Church���������Rev.'  j    Qt   '!  Alder.  ���������    '     '   -       '    - ���������;'_'-  Olenmore, 11 a.m.  Mi.   Lohman, 2;30p.m.">  .-*   Pine Grove; 8 (p.m'.  ST.   MATTHEWS   (Anglican) .  Rev. A. E. Bruce, Vicar;-  ���������Services. ,11:00.. a.m. and 7..-30 p.m.  Holy   Communion,-'Ifet - and   3rd  -Sundays each- m'ohthr  Catechising and S. S. at 2:30 p.m "'.  Choir practice, Wednesday at 8     ''���������  PLEASE NOTICE  , ��������� 11.''���������  \ I beg,to. intimate to my  numerous Patrons and  Friends thatT have taken into partnership Mr. J.  ,Clarfc late ������f the Abbotsford Lumber Co. and  the  .business Will now be: carried oh as  ���������'������-.<*," ���������"/������*,<.  HORSESHOEING &   BLACKSMITHING  We hope By strict attention- t������ business to obtain a share of your palronage  i    v   i  -. j j-  ABB������TSF������R������ P������8T0FFI<Jff  ���������-���������.<���������     v  ������fflee boars fc-oiiu 3 a.'ia. to 7 >. ea.  Mail fer'Peau-tfejivitte. o*ory Tuesday  BUSINESS   ������lf?B������T.������RY   OF  ABBOTSFORD.  '  I  jo������ ""ESSE  ���������"���������">������"  5E  MGnfidia  MftByg" a^.Tt.T.-Tfiiy" Sani-ai.",  ABBOTSFORD, BlG."  Strictly, first-class ih every respeet.^j'The'.bar; is.  stocked .with the best of wines, liquor and cigars,  RATES,  $1.50 Tol$2.0O  PER  DAY  H. FREEMAN, Proprietor  ������������������, ,��������������������������������������������� i,y,r.T ���������''..,���������         '������������������ ��������� ���������   ������������������.....'������������������   ,   ','��������� ���������i,s=s'mr...'ii,rif., v..m ,.,*������������������'������������������ i '==  ������������norf;| Stores ���������  'Autbier-'Br'aif;'  Ei-Brooke  Hotels���������   '  Abbotsford Hotel, H,. FraeaaajB., Prop.  Commercial, McElroy ������ Co.  West\'"EatM&-^ ::--e,   ���������"--,'-'.-;���������    -  ''.' J." 'W.-������������@*lIuoa-.   :'.  C- A. Sumner. &-, Co..  BeVnau "��������� & "Husband,  -.-'���������  J.   J.'"'McPhee',   ���������'--''  Auctlotieera��������� -,-,,.    c".     ,.-: ���������  FEED STQJPE^::'V''"'"'' ���������"'"   *"  J.   J;   Sparrow! *  '    "  Creamery���������  S; J.  Bates, Proprietor.  Hardware and Furniture-;-   . ���������  H. Alanson. v-/  Butchera���������-.,   .    .. y. ^  ' A. M, JKing.....-.-    -....  Livepy Stable���������  J. E. Geary ."Proprietor:  Baker and-Cenffcotlonsi-���������.���������  -  ,L; Legaee,, ,-. - '  RJBfiTAlWAlW^*-^  ������oiH-ad Aader&sn.  Shoemaker*���������!^-   -,. .  M. Hausar , .,*..-  Board of Traded?        ',.-.'  J. W. S������������@a4tQm;r-Secraftary.'  ata<^k8m*J*i~ "  J.  McMeneiny.  ������������������������  >   t  WANTED TO PURCHASE  Forty   acre*-improved   farm   in    Barber aj������d.Po������J-Boom���������  the Fra*er Valley, with or without      Jos''*'S������a^"oii. ������������������  house and buildings/convenient to   T5^^'N.^ltloi-*-. ���������  station or. landing.   Apply     to J..������������������,:-J. V. M-eanB. . ���������  H.   Smith,  Straiton,-B.   C.        for   Doctor���������_. .  full  particulars,", first'letter. T.. A..Swift.  . ...   . .   SADDI/SAy  and  KaRP.WARB-  . ������������������     ��������� B. J. G-erjfiaey.-  .   CANADA'S MERCHANT TAILOH.  Gut ���������     .      T.-C.-Ceogan. ���������.  reatest lNursenes sckveyors,���������-.-.  Henderson   and   Taylor.  Want   a   Jepr.esenjtative       for ABBOTSFORD DRU&'STOHB;  MISSION CITY,  B. C.   music teacher���������;  and surrounding'district' Miss Alice Steeti'  -���������'  The reliability^healthy condition CONNTRACTOR  & BCJILi-  R-  of our stock as, well as trueness to      ^   Everett  name must'He appreciated by the . ���������*������������������."  Public or they would  not      have CARRIAGE   PAINTER-   '  helped us to increase our business      ^e0- Zeigler.  Manufacturing Optician veariy a*nce mi, the date of   ou*  Does the  Finest  Optical  Work.      establishment.  Modical men and others, pay tri-      Our firm's  name lends  prestige  bate to his skill.  . * to our representatives.  793 Granvllfcj ������t. ;.y.ancou.cr       Complete;line of Nursery SStock  for SSpring 1911.5  '^^yvrt������>s^^^^ Write   for   full  particulars. '  HARRON BRbs:      *-"***"  En^altners and Funeral Directors  Vaneouvor, Office  and  chapol   1884 Granville St.,     Phone 348��������� 10. ONTO,  Month Vancouver,        Ulrica     and   ;  ,,   ,   ---,-' Ontario  chapel ll6 2nd st. Phone 134  Eye Sight Specalist  v.<.  The fonthiir Nurseries.  . .i-1  Home Ave.  EMPLOYMENT     OFFICE  We buy Eggs, .Chickens and-  Pigs.  FOR  j > i  PARTIGliJMR PEOPLE  ' "    '";'   -.'WHO   --..''  Deaaaaj ^t*t thetr, Ofteo Stotoaery must aot only, be ������i the best  qtiaOkyi-wA that ftjsus-t.ba e&o^jt -. ead  fcssielM%' -printod.  Those ere. ibo poojoio wbo g������atee-jusc iho Frasoc  Vsiojr Reowdl ofice; aad dsoy prove  ibat tbojr  are  pb&aod  by  dkgijkotwis emierB  : Wo'''e^-'|H^^"'%'My;Q������aa^Sy,'e*a flfcwl Betsos'-tkat boats city prices  ''"'-'^t^sstf Ts^^hdsv C^tda, Nete.Cjn^m, Receipt. Forms,  :'Ne^''-}Rv&a&8^''Prt&oam& caMk-:Ledte 'by4aws.   Lodge  {. _v V- N r '  . a������!^������on^.;'.'.sardK :.'A������w������b4^^ .-'������ofi������������,'--BB*Br wrappers,  '.Dedgesa,-:Aeo^aa^ ba&v, .Envelope---, Far. ������le oardt, Wo^drag  ,BWJ8riMwia������: MagBoatBJ'o*g&, 'M<al SJctkffiSa, Private post cards,  Laatwiw-ftA^--^B^iaaA; M������*ae^,,^ft������aB������ssfti.^Lo<lg������ coostftat-  tt^"Lo^iffl^;Pl^������or!p%aa^bIa^ Lsbob gsRSot^d. or ether-  waeo,'"*PasBf������Silot^ Roparta, Festasra ������sy mbo^ Rod e<cta*������ c������a-  fcfftcSav Loose jW ������*8taw(waife������:. Moa������s'plaia ������r  faacy,   Hecetpts  ^ -,   <  ALL WORK GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY.  sror<  OS  . A. BATES; PublisKer  'v       **  lit    ������������������  0- I  AbBotsford  *-.(  B.v-G.  ���������'���������;;>i..  ���������ii'O'  .���������<:���������:���������! ;.i' v   r..-',...>  >'(.'   OJ     >  ;:,.iU i  . ��������� i ���������  FOUR  TH*! ABBOTSFORD POST,  ABBOTSFORD, il. 6.  I  ������������������-���������" ���������-���������  5 per ct. Discount for Cash  wiimmmik ������i  ���������  i>wi^^iii^iigw*w������Mne������i<io<*-i-wiMii������TOM������awow*MomiooM*<������oron^^  A Carload of Carriages Just Arriqed.  A nice little cart with room for two   ,  for $35,  Al   Top   Buggies,   leather  trimmed,  First-class Market Wafons, two seats,  JL Ox ....'. jq I  I \J  These prices are right for such goods and you  should call and inspect oefore purchasing elsewhere  -*r.->~~t-~.ii ���������- <.������."������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������.��������� -i?>i������'ii ���������  ,���������.''   ':','' r i ���������r 'i'"1- Lit ivst ljwlvjI  ���������*T*ffrtr  o^so I  ^gagesBaro -ffwtaswMBKiiww watflMMaaB aajg-p  When You are Trying the New  Electric Road Call on Us  Singer Sewing Machines, ' Victor Gramophones, ���������  Edison Phonographs, and all the latest Records  always in stdek. 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 Victrola, Oak and Mahogany, 250  Edison Phonographs from  19.50 to 250  We have Violins, Mandolines-Guitar*; San-  joes, all prices 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 seejus wh-en you are In tewn.  Thi** baseball language puzzles me  1   cannot  make   it   out;  When js  a   Hit /ia   -'Dingle" and  When is a1';   hit a   "clout?"  And..'!*.:';!   it's neiiher oi these two  My dullness may 'be "seen  When is a   hit a    "wallop"  And when a   "peacherine??"  JMany, a   female   oinger ���������at a  imo,v(ing   picture  'uhow .would be  heard   to Abetter  advantage, if  sue sang at a   wash tub.  "Did you eecure .tickets for Ihe  play, hubby?' inquired the Ne,w  York wife, "I hear they are in  demand."      "  '  "They are. But I managed to  get, seats for two* months from tonight.   And, by the way--"  '���������Well?'  ���������  "You might begin to get ready  now."        ������������������   I.--  There is money in being a promoter. All you have ,to do is to  get Home writing, material, ap  oilice and a few thousand simple  people to. commence operations on  You may get live yeara mcer ,on  but  then there-is no  work a-Boui  fuiai  eiiher.  ���������������������������o   . Mistress���������Did the mustard plaster- do you any good. Bridget?  Maid���������Yes,bu t, begorry mum. ut  uo <.*���������<��������������� .me tongue!  May���������Do you IhTtfk one should  marry for love or for money?  Chaperon���������My. dear, love is an excuse for marriage, but money is a  justification.  Mary���������Did she make a good  j-iwifviiiV Ann���������Splendid, Lots \ of  money, good' social position, and  that. In fact, the only drawback  ��������� is. the husband-  He���������He'stole a calendar. She���������  What did he get? He���������Twelve  month-).  "Don't you,suffer with ennui out  here,,on the farm?" asked the .fair  (���������uinmeiv boarder. u  ''No indeedj" replied the farmer's  wife. "This is^-the healthiest place  in the state."  'jmBMiaawHBwi^^  J. H. TODD'S   Music House  419 Coluanbia Street, New Westmia stor, B. C..  SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ���������> THE   MARKET.   n  The  following were the quotat-  ions *  Mrs.   Angus   Mclnnes'      mother    lu .',���������,,,��������� .   Ari      rr    , ,  -���������r    ,    .     . WHOLESALE MEAT���������  Mrs.   Harkness   of   Westminster  ,b   ���������     , **������������.*  Beei, carcass ...................... n to 12c  visiting here. ^  Beef) .^3^^ LLl:   ^  rr,,    -r  ~  ,-,  rr. L       ��������� Beef,   f orequarters' .-.'.... -.  ioc  The I. O. G. T. will meet on Tucs-   ���������     ' H 40    ,    /  . .    ,,  . ... MUJttoai,   --:     13c   tO   l&O  day   of   this  coming   week in  Lie    T      v                  ...                ���������   x   ������������������  rt tt 11 Lamb 14 to 15  OrangeHall. .    ,_    ,                     -                   ,   000  Veal   :- :*   "    12c  to   121-2  mi      m ui u   .^ ',    RETAIL MEATS-.  The  True   Blues  hold a   special  meeting   this   Saturday evening.       Beef' b&flt-rib *<>&*** ~ ^ to 18e   Q  Pork';. --.. ........r..   121-2  to   13c  ' The w. C T. V. netjn the Pres-  '^i^^^rZ.ZlZt. \%  by-omn   church   on   Tuesday  af-   BoiI1      Bee,  ;  '  ternoon. Tr    ,   n  Y*al  -���������������������������* 17 to 20  Pork    igc  to   20c  Mr. Chaarlie Wing left on Mon-   Mutton ���������������  * -     nc  day for Prince, Rupert. VHTETEBLES-Wholesale-           "  0  Potatoes,   per  sack  $2,501  o   $2 75  Miss Bell Elliott left on Sunday   Onions, lowland, saok  $1.50  for Vancouver. i������-     Onion������     ������������������     ......    6   lbs   25c  -������������������ 0��������� -��������� \ Carrots, ���������flack ���������-��������� ��������� $1,16'���������  Mr. F. J. Boyd spent Wednesday   Tur.niPs������������������ ������ack toc  in Vancouver. Lettuce ���������  3 head's 10c   0  Cabbage, per lb  4C  Mr. Thomas Adair of Vancouver   S??7 v.","u '*'"'  2 head8 16c  spent  Monday in town. Rhubarb, lb r....-..  iUo  x'ar-iley,  buneh ; g^   ������������������������  Chickens, dozen ���������*������������������������������������ $6.00 to $7.00  Miss Maud Caswell arrived in Ab 'H^-ns, laying, dozen ���������  $10 to $12  botsford on Wednesday from Cold-   Pullets, dozen ���������������.������....,..-... i$5 to $18  water, Ont., to 'spend the summer    Egg9- wholesale ���������.���������.���������............���������. 27c  with her isister Mrs. James A."Mc-   Egg8> retail ������������������������ ��������� J(,c  Gowan. Butter, ictail ���������..-..... 35anJ*G  Mr.  Hill-Tout's. r:hin&le ai|i will        ^  \ever '9trike!->o..u  that Nc.  aoon start-again. ^aUer h>w cheap you boughc ,a   0_                       snirr and no matter how     many  Mr.   H.   A.   Howe  spent  a   few   ^-^-^ P^ses thrpugh you .Wltt.v  days i��������� Vancouver this .week.       '      '      lt h��������� *_^____ ���������  ���������m~   -������- 1*        ~.������i.~rrr Never   feel  a  horse's  tooth ic....  i*m?::rk vi "^th,? coast cit-5ee irt-,a ������id- *������ -������������������ <������' y���������������  fmger  to aee if you are young.  A magnetic -speaker is naturally a   drawing card.  Men ,who know themselves arc  often suspicious of.others.  HOTEL ARRIVALS  Abbotsford  Hotol.  1  T. W. rt-ray. Now W^'tminflter.  James Groves, New Westminster  E.   West,   Vancouver.  S. McQuarrv, Vancouver.  P. Trapp, Westminster.  'fi'W  ... Gillett,  Strbtfghton, Sal.  W.  McNaibb,   Saskatoon,  Sask.  D.   Manning,   Vancouver.  J   Wood. Vancouver.  H. D. Koenig, Vancouver.  W. J.. Tunbick, Oity. .  John Revant, Vancouver.  Thos.   Pa/rkinson,   Chilliwack.  S. A. Cawley, Chilliwack.    ,  B. Nicholson* City.,  G. A. Woodland, .Vancouver.  A.' Hartshorn, .Vancouver,  R. C. Jamon, Vancouver.  R. Moore, Vancouver.  A. L. Greenwood. Vancouver.  L. L. Chimpion, Vancouver.  L. W. Goodbody, Vancouver.  S.  II. Lurakeg, Vancouver.  W. V.  Allan, Vancouver.  J. Smith, Vancouver.  C. 0. Chevalier, Vancouver.   '  Commercial.  Jaei Turner, Westminster.  H.  M.   Vasey, K.amloops.  J. J. Pochin, Vancouver.  T.  McMillan, Bellin^gham  J.   Cosgrbve, _' Vancouver. ���������������  A.  W. Beasley, Westminster.  Mrs. J. Adams, Seattle.  D\  McPherson,   Cloverdale.  Chas -Burton,   Chilliwack.  T. Kebgh, Sumas.  J. VV. Spauld'ing, Waahington.  A. W.Itendrick, Washington.  Wyne Darlington, Idaho.  Oscar A. Evans, Toronto.  F. J. McElhern, Detroit.  Jas Porter, Sumas.  John R. Jeffrey, Victoria-  H.,, Valentine Kussey, Vancouver;  R. Swan, City.  John Murphy, City,  Matsqui  Hotel  MISSION CITY. B.C.  This hotel makes a specialty of  home-like comforts for Commercial  Travellers.     Comfortable   sitting-  room and   best  of hotel  service  Cuisine Unexcelled.  Rates: $1,50 to $2 per day  W: T. LUCAS. Proprietor  -I  Pinting, Sign Wrifin  General repair work.  J. E. PARTON  Ajbotsford.      --       B. C  Good Storage Room for  Furniture.   .  FOR SALE, CHEAP-One heavy  Parm Wagon"; One Cleveland Sew- SJAfgff||'f>^ffe||  ing machine, new. Enquire  a,t the ilvllllwS dUli  Abbotsford Hotel. (Associate  Members Can.   Soc. C. E.)  W.  G   Birdsall, Vancouver.  A. R.   Mclntyre, Vancouver.  B. H. Davey, Abbotsford.  Jack Sorbin, Vancouver.  II. Stone, Vancouver.  t>.  Creighton,  Westminster.  Geo. Bowman, City.  Thos Houston,  W. E. Maiden, Westminster.  G.  Barber,     City.  D.   Barber.   City.  J.  Logan,  Clayburn^  L.   Hems worth,, Clayburn.  W. Bonar, Spokane.  J. J. Pochin, Vancouver.  John Pretty, Vancouver.  John Bouchier, Rityville.  Thos Huston, Camp. 2.  A. Barry, Vancouver.  F. Bantya,   City,  H. Groves, Rivers Inlet  Oscar E. Evans, Toronto.  John Miller, Spokane.  W.  Hill,  Vancouver.  Dan  Golden,  Bellingham.  Fred  Currie,   Bellingham.  G. C. McAllister, Spokane.  E.   Horsall,  City. v'\-  T. A. Galbraith, InniB/aiL  A. G. Do'natine, Vancouver.  Civil Engineers  R. A.HENDERSON  B. C LAND   SURVEYOR  CTiec, next P. O. P.O. Box 1 I  NOTICE"   ^T  T. J. DeLair has been appointed  my agent during my absence, entitling him to coliect and pay all  oillb for me. .  W. LYLE.  Geo. Zeigjer  Carriage, Hous  and Sign Painter  >.....<   u   ... ,  KIWIM ������Jl  Call and get prices.  All work guaranteed  Abbotsford -       B. C.  ft'*"!  ��������� tf'v  ''fr-m

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