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 ���������    ��������� -������������������   -ftftw   (  ���������P    l.'.tf ?/Wl2       )  O'./'  ^PT-OBJA..^'  ���������-���������v���������-r,t!; J'.i'  mi���������! !i.i!tt!-.^JL ^iB-ituj-j'. Ljtii..ai'rga.i:ii.'iii|]i!ji|j3-,*'.j:  Vol. V., No. 2.  liUlLlll���������  ...J !'._  ABBOTSFORD, B.C., PMDAY,-   MAY 17,1912  &������8'        $1.00 PER  YEA  _������_  ___;  -rtrffiTiiiiTi���������i���������r-"-nr  m  French Toplins  White and Colored 20cyd.  *  *  x  AH colors, 36 inches wide, 15c yd.  rj-r---n-r-|-.---.-.T....fr������.^r,.TOT,������.|rv������,^^^^-^-.J..-, ���������������-,,, e. r, r-  ~���������        -     "  Committee Instructed to  '���������-'���������  Purchase Agricultural Grounds  Enthusiastic Public lyleeting Held in Maple Leaf Hall on Wed-  nesday Evening.    Delegate Sent to Victoria.  "inT*.*'';;  PEARDONVILLE  ITEMS  *  New Stock of Men's Slippers  and Patent Leather Pumps  c-^-anM-MMM-B-HBnHg-H-H-nfl-EM---M^  Balbriggan  Underwear  50c per Suit  A .general hiej&fcing of the Agri-  eutural Society was held in the- Map  leLeaf Hall on Wednesday evening  with a hrr_& attendance present  ItAvas a lively medting, if/milk of discussion '.���������'.'  Some 'tiiiao ago the Society a*--  p.otnteid. a ���������co/nrumiittee to purchase  agricultural grounds, and the choico  fell on fifteen acres iiortb-eiast ot  the, town; bat there "was a general concensus of opinion that it  was? hot tho hiosf suitable and it  was dejmanded before final actio a  Averei(taken to-.have a meeting i'o  reconsider" the- mjatter;  IMr'^IA.'Archibald; filled the cha^r  and (Mr. S. A.'Moflfley was secretary  The president explained that while  the, -connmittee had gone, s;o. far as  to, ,pay $ 25 00 o/pti'on and ' say they  ���������wo-uld-take fche-'pr&perty, yet it .was-  not, in the opinion of the public, the  most flujjtable., It  appears that at  the last   meeting of  the   Matsqui.  council it was decided to open up a  road from  the Yale toad  to  Mr  Ben. Nelson's  property,, which  he  had just reoGintly decided to. subdivide..   He stated also there would  he   another     road which      would  bring  the   property close   to   the  town-.   During the present year tiie  Association could use a short road  through' the! property, and it wan  up $o the trneabaig to decide whether -this was more suitable than .the  oneialready practically decided up-  od*;.  . Thej one to the east of the, town  would- be hard to cleat, and there  was a terrible, hill to' climb, Mr.  Nells-oai' wanted $200 per acre and  the ^Association could fchiPfpse. , a  square /or oblong piece as they had  a .mind) to take;. '-  A l.'vefy discussion followed, Mea-  s-rs lH:,i:-Tout, McGowan, Moraly, H  McKenzie,-Ware and others .taking  part.. '...-'(''.     ���������������������������/..  'Mrj. A.-. MeCaKnm, acting for the  owners of the land on which, the  option had beje/n t'akeip, waived all  claims of the sale of the property,!  for AVh.'ch a vote of thanks was  extended, to him,. ,  The question'was .then asked if  any present ha^d any better property, to suggest than the, Ben Nelson-., property,  There being no response', it was decided to purchase!  fifteen acres from Mr(.. 'Ben, Nelson  at ,$*200  per acre, With. '500 tq.^be  paid'down, but Mr. Nelson taking  f.iOO -worth' of stock or shares, and  the  balance   ait i the  Association's  oAvn terms.,  The Associ-aition were  to- pay for the;suryey^ng. -__., ...  ' It" was* alio decided "ttat",tkc>:ii^  who.'had paid-the $25.00 option' b^  'reimbursed. -   The secretary is to  ..send.*' a   let)t*e*r. .to the same committee instructing thejm to purchase  the- Nelson^praperty, the letter * tc  be-signed by the president and secretary.- .-   -  June 6th inste-ad oif Jun'e^ 5th' was  chosen' a,s the, ,djay.' for the bee  io>  clear up the nety grounds.  ��������� It AVias .considered good fiplicjr and  with a  view af- expediting .matters  tti send   a deflefgate to Victoria ;to  look after the securing of the charter of the Association^ .-Mr. J. R.  Peckhami was   chosen as delegate  a,nd; he left Thursday for Victoria  A jmep(t*ing" is called for Saturday  evening 'to he(ar Mr. Peckhani/s report. -      - ,  -       '  'The; meeftijQg th^n adjourned af-  te|r a lively .discussion as, to the.  rights of shareholders, mafmbers,  and the Association^  Onion ets, 25c per lb.     All kinds  of Garden Seeds.  RAILWAY  (COMMISSIONER  TOWN  Fresh Rhubarb and Lettuce  >ai!y.  Mn, Kerr, of the Railway Coni-  ���������nxssiJoon Avas in Abbotsford Vkis week  While here he���������was shoiAvn around  by; the Secretajry oif the Board of  Trade,, Mr. Morley and Mr. A-'anson.  He viewed the work o-f tunneling  under the Great Northern on Montrose ,'Avenue,, and did hot appear  p articular ly struck with .the completed contract commenting on the  unfinished "manner in which it had  been; left. He was a!so( taken, aver  to Hazel Street, and while ^not va-  -pressing himsedf very strong on the  matterj ,Avas o)fi the' opini|on that. ii'  shouldl, 'be opened' in. the, best in-  jQi-ests of the toAvn.  Both; of tha'dbove matters will  bd tdikeoi up by "the Bqai-d at \aol  earlivdate vejry vigorously,  DIED OF INJURIES  thq chiaifn struck' him so hard that?  it Jbroke one of his legs and fatally  ���������njured ilii.m internally. (He, was put  on board the Chiiiliwack line car-an������  brought to this city yesterday ,af-  ternoony w*here he was given medical attention, but to no avail, .and  he died last evening; Funeral services will. beheJLd in the Murclue undertaking parlors tomorrow afternoon ait 2 o'clock,, Re,v C. W.Brown  officiating and interment .will by  made in the Odd Fellows' cemeiery  ���������Columbian, "*  Mrs. Thompsoai and her sister Mrs  W. (Stafford aro^up from Vancouver- Viaiiling theffr brother, Mr. J.  Gardner.  ��������� Mr. Wm. Roberts has a force o(  men-,..working on the Peardonville  road' frlo|m' Pine^ Grove' church towards Abbotsifiord, Also son.* men  blasting stumps ind opening up a  road rto let Mr. G. 'B. H/.U-Tout out  to 'the Clearbrook road.  Thq;/fesident8 along the Clear-  brook road are taking steps to have  a school''stcrted.fior the educaf.oxi  of the (many, children residing there  They have thirty children of school  age .which were reported at an*en-  Jtlhusiastiiof hieeJting held" at the" residence of Mr. Wm'. Higginson on  the"31st inst. -"      '  Mr. and Mrs. Wm'. Roberts ha������.e  le,f,t' for ai week's trip to Vancouver.  '  'far. Tho'mae Roberts was. %pte&  a   surprise, party   on the evening  of the .11th inst in honor  of ������hia  78th   birthday.1 There  was   a ' fin-3  spread arid  a . large gathering  of  friends and neighbors and all  had  a   \rery pleasant evening. -  ."���������/Mr..-Robert,.Higginson,, ,a brother,  of the'Higginson brothers here_ arrived from Ireland,.with his-; famhy  on the 13th inst:   He will engage in  farm.ing/'b'aving  acquired   a   place  besidef that-o.-f-his brothel" Wm'. on  the. Clearbrook road.  ��������� Mr. H. Wardell is getting his new  poultry farm in fine shape.   He has  four  large   incubators running all'  the time  and has just  put .up ^a  beautiful large  sign.   If you want  to) 'see the chicken business up \o  d'altq' just call on Mr. Warde;llv  We1, are having.beautiful weather ���������  around Peardoinville���������rather .hot-  Gardens are' looking fine, but w*  heelei al ittle rain and Wiould ask-  th*! Post; to use; their influence -to  ge(C aibouit 24 'htonrsj of gentle, .ra^a.  NOT LOST ON THE TITANIC  William.' Cook,, a wid.oweir 63 yearg  01 fage-, died helre last evening as a  result, of..in juries that he received  at Mt. Lehman, Avhere he owned; a  sawmill. He Avas hauling .logs yi"s-  terday-iwhen the" hook slipped and  There is tko. truth in the rum;oi-  thai? the $150,000 which our towna-  man, Mr. Hutt,o;n, inherited, and as  published in a previous issue ol  this paper,, went down with the Tit-  Large sums of' knoney lino  tihalt,, and to he delivered as that  is to be are not carried on Tilanrcs  amid Mr. Hutton swishes this paper  tdL'dejny that it went down on-the  Titanic_ He has since heard about  (& 'and his, word is taken for i ciiel  fiaieii that it still awaits lh>n' at vhis  jold Ihome. Have you noticed the  millionaire smiile he wears there  ���������da^s?       a>:  DANCE ON THE 24TH  Thej Cricket Club" on"thej[r'rettura  fi-om? Mission City, where they will.  have1  a   friendly contest with  tho  crfckeitejrs' of  that burg'jnten,d to  hold   a   dancer to be he,ld'-in.<ch;  Maple   Leaf   H.a'U..; Invitations  are  already out;   It will be the dance  of the season..  RESTING   FARMERS'   MILK  Some of the ranchers of the, dia-  trict are wondering Avhy the government imilk testers do not go out  among the   farmers and test   the  miH.k instead otf doing it at the coast  Avhen the milk has been shipped.   It  is> jclaijmed tha)t true critjLciflm cannot be given that .will be of ben-  epU ito  Uiose .who sh-p milk to tlie  cities.'   Werei /the  inspectors to go  around among the ranchers it would  be''an'excellent opportunity to educate) the farmers in the best ,\'aj  of handling the milk with profit to  t'hemselves.r.sS'ince   the   pro-vmcla-  ! Bee Inspector has been through tne  dustnlct' the   bee-keepers have  become mocre entbusiastic.   Theyha������*d  receiveid   instruction   that  enabiss  them; to go on with their work ixt.  such a way as to be proifitable. L\.;  is reported that last year one fai-m-.  etc' received such instructions as to  enable .item to tma;ke ^500 out of hia  bees.   Similar; profits should accrue  from; instructions in other subjects  The fires rage around Abb.otsf.or-l  but poor Larry works, works. i;!  ���������Hi1  i'  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,   ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  I -  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  Published    every    J.'i-lduy    by    Hie    Post  Puljlis-iilnt' Comp'"':'.  A weekly .iouninl devoted I'.- the-in lores!* of Aljl-olsford  and sui. --nidlii_ dis-  Lr-le-l.  Advoi-ti.shiff Rules matte know. *ii applies I Ion. .        .  U-'OAT, AIDVKI'JTTSING���������12 c.onla pet  line for first l-iHi'i-Lion/suul S centt- a nm  for all .subsc'iucnt. con.socii'Uvc innei-llons  Our Shibbolotli���������Neither for nor a_iu  Uio   Government.  351  FRIDAY,     MAY  10    1912  srr~r.��������� ,  i J.���������.: ��������� ..������������������-"  There Is no doubt the vis ft of Mr  Cawley, our member for Abbots for .1  tu hu-ld cousu'taition with the' Bo,ard  of Trade willbeneflit Abboilsford, as  ���������thiclrci is iiohty/tig li.ko' the. co-oper-,  a|L'ioi.i. oif the/local rnqmboir and ihe  only local organization |b:f tihcjlowni  th3 Board o/f Trade.  It is   a well kiuown fact tha^thq  individual' iwijth   a  puri>osc, with   a  jo'leiar-cul/ 'unswerving aim, in, Ufa, is  itlh^loonstructive,, tho Creative, the  'successful imaiiy A  town is  made  ���������up 'of  the different individuals   Jf  tiac eiuy", and ' it wiould'arjp.e'ar   chut  ciencentratluit .Of  purpose and  ti,i-  i'ty,, of eitfon-t of .these difterenfc , individual si should' prove as successful Avithi  a town as with the "avi'n:  rooted.' tp  hii,s vocation!   This does  mot .jmean IJiajt one ,man in a J.o w u  slhould pull  one/'way and ' another  man 'in  a to.wn pull another wav ���������  ���������it|.'means   a WILL TOGETHER f ji  wlhaitcver, 'is f)o[f 'the' best  interests  jb-i Irhe town.     ��������� ���������'.''!  Situated (as 'Abbotsford is thqrej is  ni-������ (particular reason Av/hy it should  no-it 'be a bewn that makers i,ts presence .felt for miles around. As. men  gather {round a succceissful ma,a so  do [men come to live in a prosperous community. This should be our.  cue. and "Watch Abbotsford Grow"  Poultry Market  Poultry was a fair supply, but  the (demand Avas slow and the prices .were lower than usuai^ Laying,  hon.'f feitched from $10 to ��������� ' 15 per  dozonJ' Live, weight from 19 to 20  c(jnts.\ Ducks were more numerous than last ��������� Aveek and realized  $'l>l) qach. Young p*gs, live, .{4.DO  to $5. according to size. iHeavy  pork 8 cents per pound.  Ucwf, per lb,    8   to'10c  Veal  11 1-2 cto  13c  Mullein  ��������� lie to 12-i2c  Pork,, per lb.,    12 to  12  l-2t  BeeC, best 'rib roasts v  15 (o 18c  Bcdf,,loUi,   ISc to f:2c  ISeCfi, .1-cjiu.nd steak,    18c  13o'illing beef,  ������������������������������������ 10c to 14c  BeLif,   |/.o,t roast       ISc  Veal.,   15c to 20e  Pork,        18c    to   '20c    L0c  ___  "mSTTM  Sugar Cured Bacon     Su-ugar, Cured Coi-n Pork  mediately ion the-iir arrival they were  quietly a,sked by the- G. Pj R. constable} to vacate. They refused, io  do so but the big constable was not  to !be baffled for the time b,e;,n,g-  and determined to have h'ts command., abeye*d< It was obeyed. The  agitator.'* (marched up along Washington] Street ia their full strength  enjoying'their iimmunity ifea,rloss of  Lhe iJiann that might be handed out  to fi'heim by the local, force, conai'il-  Ing.'of the C.P.R. constable, the'provincial constab-e and the immigration .agent. They congregated noai  ' fWindebarik's feed -storey. Afterwards, when quest.oued by lb"* eon-  stable as to the'ir intentions they  stated 'that when the freight pulled  outiof the yards they intended 'to  beard ,'hoiy That was all there wc:j  to it. 1 hoy were passengers hoarding,'the train at the 'Home- Avenue  -J5 to 20c i station.  Mutton,  - 12 to  20et  Dressed, chiiekon, lb.   ijc  Cabbage, per lb.,  ���������  1 1-Lo  i'o-tatoes, per sack    ,$1.75  lo    *2  Jarrots,  per sack     75c  Tinrn'-ps, per sack   75c  Seed potatoes, per ton  $30 to   35  Parsnips, per sack   $100  LictUico,  pea-   bunch   ���������   oe  Onions, per  sack ���������-���������- $2  to  WaO-  Beets,, per sack   $1 25  Eggs, retail, per doz.   35c  i'Jggs, <whoilcsalc   25c to -Joe  Butter,,retail, per lb  35c to luc  Poultry, live  Avqlght ��������� 19c  to '20c  Laying hens, pea- dozen ��������� itlQ lo   io  liroelers,   per   lb       35c  dquabs,  per pair       50c  ���������Mali/but,   lb       10c  Salmon, choice, 2 lbs      uoe  Salmon,   white,  each       6l)c  Salmon,  half  or   whole,   lb    loc  Red Salmon, per lb.   ->-'Jjc  Elsewhere we publish a clipping  froiin ithe Columbian re/ga/rding *tne  people who come over .to the. Canadian .'side'to work, and live on the  American side.   We had occasion to  call' the attention otf the public -,to  this (siotme time ag.,0' and it certainly*  siho-uld be remedied if possible. Now  that1, 'Huntingdon is grooving, and is  likely1 (to have some first class hole's and board'ng houses th?ret is no  reason why a, man working in Can-  adraori ite.rriit.ory should 'not live- in  Canadian, territory. A man ought  to'- Ibaye," floa* his inottq, "Spend .his  m-o-ney in the country A\-her,el lit ,i.a  .mader.V We, tobject to the Chinese  who re.si.c1e in B. C, and some others  ���������o'f Ithe Oriental race, for-sending so  much ,oif their earnings to,, thei*!-  home country. Would not ihe saui������  apply in other AVjays?  THE MARKET.  Pine weather brought out a good  attendance at the New Westminster'market Friday and the sales of  produce lat reta'ill were brisk. Eggs  and butter were the leading sellers  the   former holding .steady  at 35c  PECULIAR SITUATION  A pqcuL'-ar condition of affairs has  arisen at Hunting don,, a condition  df .affairs which may cause the Dum  :ni-o-n government tp pass sptvc'alleg  .-slatio-nj, which Avill affect not only  xiunfeldigdon, rout the wholq bouud-  ary country. ������  ���������Situated',������n- the.Ame/i-ioan side, a  s'hoatfc .distance-from the boundary  line,, is a mill. oiwned by the Amer-/  'ifcan; Lumber Oompany, Avtliich saws  up/the logs and makes them not--">,���������  ro'iigh flumber. Then sa'ituated on,  the Canadian side, about a mile^dis-  tant ia a planing to ill known as Hid  Electnlic Lumber  Company.  - The "rough lumber i,s then hau-.e.'  by teams to the Canadian srdf cjiu-  ���������ing in free as rough lumber, isplan-  e-J.-and made ready for shipment in  the planing mill.  This lis preteisely the aim and jb-%  jectwf the government in placing a  duty o'f' twenty-five peii- cent, on  'if'hii.shed. lumbe|i-��������� to- force 'tho Am-  etutoan'S to' establish mills -on die,  Canadian aidq, if they wish tio eom-  -pdtci in Canadian marke\ts��������� But the  men; employed in. the milljs rside in  ������������������Sumas,/coming over in the morning  and (reiturning ait night. Thus prac-  icai. y ifo benqfii-t is dqrived oy the  Ca'aadliaiis^  The -men whan challenged by the  cusitio'ins, autlhoaSities in the morning  say 'they are eoaning over, for one  day (only, and'the customs authorities are powerless.' .  The (Work oif 'the customs authorities fin stopping these men is again  retarded by the^fact that Dr.Ches-  A-iwIre was sent to  Yale? notdy-  uig  the   po'iicu   what   they   mg.-li*.  -expect  a  litt'.o hucr on jji ������������������.*ho. ov  oning, a,n,d  no. doubt  thoir  ai-riva  AV;a's igiven proviincial welcome,  TJk', I. W. W.'s informed the iuc ���������  ai ;auth'Oi'ltiios that the next contingent,would make the number oi  this .one look small.  The headquarters    for  mobiuz-  a.tio.t\ .appeal's to be the old tramp  headquarters IbetAveen   Haney  arid  ���������Haiinmond Adhere tramps have stopped   for   years tor  enjoy   refreshments,:" Fro.m  hc-re   commnu.'c'ation  .'WnaU wi'ilh Vanoo.uver Avhe-re there  appears to   be 'unlimited  funds   at  the Idisposal of 'the men,.   The i,oca.i  policeman  is   in   possession   of.   a  "Strike" proclamation   which would  make  one   believe1 that iit   will   be.  a   case of ea'Khrg out the' militia.be-  f.ora_'strike  ends-the migrations;of  the, 'I.   W. -W. men,  although- they,  were    remarkably'. well'    behaved  wh'le here and law .abiding- except'  ���������or the trespassing on the C������ P. ,R.  .uid- icdhar   property.      The  second:  ooutlnge^i'MS a Availed. -    -  LATER-When I he I. \v; \y;-s  reached, Yale the ringleaders were'  arrested'and the .others headed towards-'the cda>t'Avrth' instructions)  to keep 'marching. Last reports-  havq it that'they Avere encamped  near Agassiz.      i .  .  BARBER BELL   BEGHTS   BUILD-  ���������ING   BIG'-BUSINESS  BLOCK.  per dozen and the latter selling wed tor' ^0,minion Veterinary Surgeon,  nd 40 cents nev nmind i.h*   hves in'Sumas.   If a I>o,mi-niongov-  at( 35 and 40 cents per pound th  supply soon being exhausted. Vegetables are becoming scarce and  therJ wic-ro-no on.'ions at ali on tn-v  market.) Veal at wholesale was  quit* 'plentiful, there was a little , what'illogical to stop a working  pork ton hand, but mutton and beef  m������}n ������v0>m working- on the Canadian  crnme-nt agent^ pajd by the J>om-  inion igovei-nment can rqside on ihe  American, iside and pui-sue his daily  dut.es in Canada,, it Avould be some-  were as  scarce- as ever.    ���������vK,eltaUf  meaits  were   as  plentiful  as \usual  and the prices were unchanged. The  s.de  and   living  ou the  American  side,  ��������� At Abbotsford also'there are. se v.-  fish stalls attracted many buyers | ^ A'm^ans working on the, ^lan  and the' sales Avere goiod, the var  ���������iety oif fish being large -and the  quality being fine.' /. . There was  quite* a little rhubarb on the market and it sold at ten cents a bunch,  otr about five cents a pound Tidy's  ���������florist stand was the only one that  handled cut flowers, selling tulips  for 35 cents per dozen, marguerites  foir, 25 cents, and carnations .for 60'  and 75 cents.* ��������� Both the stands did.  a good'business on beding plants,  which/ averaged 25 cents pejr doz-  em    ��������� :  .   *,.,--. ' :  .    i   i   (  i  .���������Ian |side-and.living'in the United  States, ,and ajt various other placed  allong the line, nov doubt the ,same  j conditions' exist.  Prom Eraser Valley Record"  Mr. J. R. Bellx Avho has sold h;3  present.buliding to-Mr. A. Stephen'  the .druggist, has begun excavation.  Go* (another building on Washin'g-  '.o:\ lStreet, just Avest of the Wat-  3 3-n   property,.'   The   new   buildsmg  wil.': be   a two-storey affair, 24x80,'  rnd costing in the neighborhood of  (t'-fiOQi,   Messrs Bell and Martin Lu-'  .en:1, to have'one of the be.stia.adi  most up-to-date, barber shops, pool  ���������worn and  tobacco store that there  s 'outslido of large cities.   .  (Im me urate! v  the   excavatijon'. jj  completed, .w.onk  will be begun on  .lie me,w block and rushed to; cozn'.-j.  plet'.on.,   The .Jhrni. expects  to  op-  -ityout in the new'premJfles, about  the ,1st of'August. ^  It is to be hoped tha,t immediately the barber "sliop "is completed  that some capitalist will come along  and buy as Bell builds beautiful, b-.^  buildings,.  MISSION, CITY INVADEE BY  ���������I.W.W.'ON GRAND TOUR  On Saturday .evening last Mission City Avas invaded by about  sixty-five I.W.W. men on their lour  to_; Yale where? they'intend, to agitate, agaiinst organized capital.  They ic-ame in on the" evening  .������' freight .train on lop of  a carv  lm-  INDUCTION SERVICES  AT  CLAYBU.RN  On VTucsday qvening last at, Clav-  hurxi the mduotjion service-s, of the  Rev. J. L. MEeayB.' A., graduaie. of  .Queen's University, was held.      .  As ���������j-j.ur readers will remem\ber,  the peiople of Clayburn broke, away  froim tine Missiiotti City congreigation  sic-me tame, agOj and decided, to navo  a minister' hi their, -awn^ They  have) given the Rev. Mr.' Miller a  call. It is the intention at thepres-  ejnit ft'ime; to bujflidj a church an4 .a  ma'nsc? .for theC'r, pastor^  Dr Wr:.ght, President cf the flew  Westminster "Presbytery,'��������� presided.  Mr. J. McDairmJid/, oif Langley, -ad-'  dressed/the-: minister; J L. ��������� Campbell (addressed the oongrevgajtyoa-  The ladies served the, refreshmnts  ' "S'traltion will be, included with'  Clayburn. ������������������....',���������  BESURE-ANDWORKiMflORSE  Q ^TRADrOMARK\J  AXLE 'GREASE, '������������������  EARNESS OIL,   WHIPSi  GURR Y'COMBS;--  HALTERS,   BRUSHES,   SWEAT   COLLARS,    and also  BICKMORE'S   GALL  CURE, "which   -wo  warrdnt  n. satisfactory  Cure for Galls. Wounds, nntl Sores upon animals.  AEY  Abbotsford, B. C.  % .    ���������'-        \- !���������''���������'���������.' ������������������'������������������       ���������'   . "  |       If  your   Subscription to  the Post is not paid or if  ������������������!���������  ������������������������������������  t  not already a Subscriber  otsi  ABBOTSFORD, B.C.  Builder's Lime, Hardware and  Cement  Have you secured your Poultry  Netting yet?  Jas. Elliott  er  INSURANCE LOANS  Abbotsford Homesites  If you are looking for a home  or snappy investments  in town lots, acreage or farm  property  / see.'-'--  w -ki  COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO   havoloTlo"  manage' Ihe  ca^ltailsEsT   f= -L, .  "~    '���������' t��������� -'������������������'   '     ��������������� '-������������������ ���������'.        r ������������������ ���������  j. i,'i^j____:  said Firefly sulkily, "forced  to  it hv would ftid no coniforts,"noTiblels,'    --  ���������     -        ���������~ -.    .���������.    ,....    ���������,     ',      .    .    .  the  working pGOpl    who  are  s lowly ������"ly r0Ugh lnR9'   A Milwaukee lady^ ftpa,M   0f   a   8tlrrm*   marfth   P-������������red   "������ ;P ������Ug ,ef  a   T^TT'n  f"m.  learning how to use  their w^ who  Came   to  Wtan^������  to'wait  for' by the com*OMr- a P������'ectly charm-   the railway tracks?'  'That Is the fire'  the ballot." ,     w*aj,on���������   her husband who waa *���������  v���������  ' Ing woman, when It dawneel upon me   guard,  so  that flros  wPn <��������� sPreild  to'  ose-  WtSHALL     SAUNDERS,  Author  of "Beautiful  Joe"  husband who was in Vancouver ' lng woman* when }t dawneel upon me   guarc1,  so  that fircs  w9n'*- BPread  t(  The    thirty-four    million    chnrrh   WaS asked why she dId not go on to that  X   WaB  aboUL   iC  !ose  m*  io^   ** 80l,Ue���������' farmB-.'    'What are ���������th08'  O.  members .in   this  country  coud   in     ^^st. ,'Oh'/ she replied,, ?t would f11"11?8     ������aat    twenty-two    o'clock   *���������r tracks  rumung over the  prai-  8"   Blst   on   having    righteous    working   n0t be safe to *������ west of Winnipeg Va,n--                                                     '    G?    ' .BaftaI������ ,trails<   re'lca   of   the  ������ ��������� laws  for  the   workingp" ople "    aid   Th������ C0Untry Is  e������ ^settled/    'Mad' "What klnd 0f talk ls that?" ask*d   "m������1.wfhen  the  immense  herds   wan-  8- Peanuts thoughtfully            *   '    "^   am/  said   a Winnipeg man   to  her DiXle-       '                              " ������          ' ?������"      ������ '"?       '  ?    ^   r������SUlar  8        "They   haven't   time"   ,,(*   ������.    ������     'what   Is   your   husband's'  bustaewr "That    !s    We8tern    talk'    Bey������nd                    watering places.'    'And  the  icornfiL     ������ ���������J���������\. " d._ Flrefly-She told hL h������ w ! *   '2���������*���������1 ^ke S^lor. the system of count-   Queer, hollows often with a flat rock  OcpOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO    scornf"Uy.    "They're   too   busy   cod-   She told hIm he was a railway man.    .      ���������        ���������    -. , ,n  tho m,H(,lfl,, ,.���������,.,������������������  uuuo    ,*���������--������������������ ������,���������i    .   '.       -    y   coa    <TT,<*n   ^n^o���������>   u.   .....      ... ing time straight on from noon, pre- P the-middle?   "Wallows, whore the  ia  ������������������., buffaloes   rolled   and   rubbed   them-  ,  14 ana      ,      .    ,:   ,   _  A   Canadian,   'Sir   Sandford SG VeS'    , And .those  rows, and   rows  * -,   , -                                                       dlinS .^eir own souls in comfortnhi* 'Then   madam/   he   said,   either  you S           ���������������S������ on from noon, pre-  to he,p him  build  up a fortnne ont   c-burche6,and pra;nS/fn0; hmef������hr   ^ don't read, or you are not on go d " Va"-U ���������������<*-  "  ������'clock'  14 and  ike^���������   "oVr8-    ^   WH1   ^ f������r* land8'"    '   .- terms  with  your husband/          g- -o   on.     A   Canadian,   'Sir   Sandford   _.    Un7 ��������� ^^            g,  andjai    "                     m   poor-houses       "Don't   run , down   the   churches/' "\ ^ ^ ^w tvM some more        ���������-���������--,      along fences?'    'A snow guard    They  ' "I don't think i  u-u i n    '                 f,      JUdy 8harp,y-    "If ifc weren't' for St0rif b<-arinS'������n this subject, then Renting,   began this scheme of time   will  grow  up   and  keep  drifts   from  tha '-' said DW                     "^ UnCle       ������m'   th������reU  be   no   Iivin^   m   this ?   beCame   tlred   of   talking;   and- ���������������*onlng.    Thirty years  ago,  Japan   forming along the  track.    Thcv  will  .u,   said Dixie seriously.                       country.     ,They   are   the   leaven   of Btared  afc  P���������������U������>  who  was   sitting adopted    lt>    'also    Spain,    Belgium,   look better than M,e fences ���������" '  in  an  enormous  chair  looking  very Switzerland,    Germany    and    China,      "The curious  bunchy  weed  rolling  --,    -���������  .-..���������- smart,m his dinner jacket, being in- Well>/1 ?���������  to my room  accompan- .over and over; I knew from my Cali-  Dixio shnni- i,n,. .      -   ..������                    ��������� nV''   "Let !t riB0' and spllt the crust torviewed hy a reporter, and doing a ied hy one of ^y new 'dear friends ' fornian    experiences,    was    tumble-  on   my    Sn    n!0!,,^011!,!^   natZ"  Iudiffeyenco that covers this f0od��������� deal    of   interviewing   in   his wb' ^ed.me to change my gown.   weed.    It was going over the Canad-  on   my   ima_inciLion,   still   I'll   oblige   naf|on.         .                                     ��������� turn." I   rushed   into   my   cloth   suit,   flew   Ian   prairie   as   nimbly   as   it   goes  ������Tf ������������������...* ������            . "'Many      Englishmen    been    here baC,-C    to ,(he    elevator,    got   'down-   down south."  lately?' wo  heard him  ask his  "Dixie,"   said   Jane   gently, ,"sup..   righteousness"  poso    you    were    a    real    widowed       "Which  leaven  tarries,"  said  Pi  mother with" one boy.'  com-  ,you.    Here is  a poor, widow loft all       "rt lsn't the mission of the church  alone, with but ono offspring to com- lo  run social  reforms," said Judy  tort her home," and  she crossed her ' "But'it's   their, mission   to  inspire   Panlon  hands  and rolled   her eyes,   till   she church   members   to   work   for' the      '"'Seven earls/ said the young man  Iuk   all her companions in an ecslacy 8'ooel   of   the   community   in . which    solemnly ' g  of laughter, *���������'---   stairs, and was met by the head por- "I suppose  the harvesting was  all  ter who thrust an envelope Into my over by this time," said Firefly.  hand with my trunk checks and tick- "Mostly.    How sorry I was not to  ets in it.    Some of my  friends  hur- see those magnificent'fields of wheat,  ���������Ym        . J    y hvo'    8aid Firofly.    "That's why       "'What does he mean'' asked  mv rIed  W,th  me  down  the  corridor  to breast high   to  a man.    There  were  ou  put your  boy  in  a  factory," ]  never  go  to  a church  or a  thea-   American acquaintance    ' the station-    What *un it was!    The "ily.a few  poor fields  left,  but   we  continued   Jn.ic.     "At   half-past   five 're.     Neither   of   them   amounts   to       "'Rich   and   mw   !���������,��������� ���������    ���������    .- T  every morning, a whistle blows.    I-ie anything,., -They   stir ' your   noblest - said     'often^   travel acroT'V  in,'^?    7rl   ,������f   ,l)CCl-     Thoro    isi,,t ^I"88' llU(1 ������hon 'd0n,t give y������u any' looking   for   opportunities   to   InW my fur coat' but lt was at the rear ^ere was  a good deal  o'f flax  lef  , much   --kfasL going ,,t Unit time in work to do.   A practical life for'me,',   capital.   The money market has hT, 0f  the  Profession  on   the   arm  of  a The wind in  the ^k __d acres  c  cool.wind struck us when- we got to   sometimes   saw   in   the   distance   a  the platform, and I looked round for   luiSe   harvesting   machine   at   work."  t,  of  the morning. He rubs his poor young       "Stop    It,   Firefly,"    said'Peanuts'    troubled   in   England  lateTy, "and" ^   nice. professor-you. know  they  have    it,   made   it  -  -  -      -1 a fine university' in  Winnipeg.  Canada  -is   prospering,   and ���������'!;!_ .^g0t to. fch;e- traln'    :JumP  on,'      . "But the most of the prairie looked    '*  eyos    anel     ots   of    or   the, factory.   ^ an imperious wave of her h^    the������ neZ Q InuT'JZlt     * ^ ^^ * ������������������������    ^    ^ ������d Lti.- ^  mcinn^r,011?   ���������������b0bbinS ������r "0me :rCl   m6mbCrS 'dOWOrk-     Jud^    inve8t'<'   Canada  -is   prospeS    and ,alIy r'gotto   the  train.    'Jump  on,' P    ^ Sta"  mechanical   task   till ��������� twelve.     Then   wha   else did you see in Winnipeg?"    has   no   labor   troubles Torth   men   ' sald 'the  ^ctcr,   for   he ,had   no  ho has .an  hour  for   lunch.    At one       "Oh!" I;had a club tea," said"Judy    tlonlng"  he  begins   work  again,  usually  in   a   "Girls!      I've    come    home    singing,"  time- to   examine   my   tickets.     No  w  stubbly and bare," said Firefly.  "Yes, and dry, -but prairie is,never  ^y. ���������mv���������o,oSo,M ���������(mosi)lie,.c. ���������*,,���������_���������ttt.;nir���������r_B-_ JeZ^������^^'1^-!Zr^n^ ������������"���������������������������*.. .������s������-,      +.       ..     . - places,  cattle and  horses were feed-  skins,    and'  all' sorts    of, Canadian   fa^^-^ this your suit-case?'   I said called  prairie   wool.    T0  look  at  it  stoutly.   "No one would"won, ��������� ���������m���������   press club." HaM ^~~^-..-    ���������*������\J*������.*>**'' kn0W before-be   ^ - ���������* f^f*" _f  "ie ' train' ������ne would say our eastern creatures'  r-oqr   old   Punchie  -was   somewhere would not touch it, but Punchie says  hanging   to    he   rear   car,   I   knew, they will- eat it and grow fat on  U  into Z Y I" i01T me' and We *'ent J -WU1   tefl   you' what   impressed   me  into the observation car.    'Have you mosl-the enormous stacks of straw  Hours   differ,   but- usually''tho   little and the-women.  fellow   works   till   five   or   s  sometimes  till half past six." "and up-to-date too."  ���������   "I   don't   believe   it,", said   Dixie       "This    particular    club,  "was    my   curios.    She  didn't know" befor7"she   <Yes*'-and -he, hopped , off  the' train  aslon.asdnt"W������UldWOrkaChiId JTV ZnT ^ ' "^ ^ &   Came' that she" would have .a chanc     P������^   ^   P^hi  V   ������    , ��������� . them across Canada, just as   .to spend her money.     I suddosp sh*  snfine if/      T * ^^ ^ ^ 3������UT^UstB: h���������  he^    ^ine  is just   thought   settlers'   ive     would   gt  TZ   '  Z^L^Tr^ f00t :rZr^i   ���������?>���������*<:���������.^   ^;raealS   as   shewent   oveVthe  at Dixie.    "You &Bly girl���������I tell you   help each other���������oh! so much."  a few miles north of us, there are at      "How .can' newspaper, women help    luxury  of   Canad  the     -present      minute      exhausted   each  other?" asked'Peanuts. "Tell    us  Plains   in   a   prairie   schooner.     The    .rlthlels^ano���������^  "hirstf as' ,71   ^^   aU   ������Ver   the   *������������������������-    By  a   overcame  her."  about    some    of    the  children lying in their miserable beds,       "Suppose   in   this   Winnipeg   Club dresses/'- said Dixie  * Iteht winT^ T^ bef������re day"   r^ W������man g6tS an ������ffer ������f a posi" Judy      wrinkled     her forehead  hghtuil stagger to their feet and go   tion   m  another  place.,.   She   doesn't "Well,   I   remember, one fa^r-haired  to a factory where they will work.not ^want to go.    She hands it to another bride   who  had been .in a desert.    The fun of it  their number  and size,  one can  tell  was, -as .we sat talking -in the hotel, . ^ -f^f a ���������?. ha8flbeen sath-    .  . ered In.,   At night time,  the farmers  including   lunch   time,   eleven   hours   cluD    member.      Suppose  .a    young ' evening with w Whnn* ^-'"J  before they  are  delivered." - writer joins  an  editorial  staff     Sne ��������� In   one   wrt   of  th? r t ' *������          **  The Club looked at her. Even Judy doesn't   know . press -eti_uetS'    Zl' U^lVot l^hT^Za'  murmured, "Are you sure Firefly?"   . X> ns   the, club.     The   other .women    their coffee at one of the nttle tables  Sure as I am that I am living.    I help.   her.    .Suppose-   a    journalist   under' the -'calms,  and  Pun^e  used  vent the other evening with a Social- wntes a book.    She doesn't know a   to groan anS say  'How long oh  htS  1st friend  to a meeting.    There is a thing,  about   publishing.     She   asks    long"     '  law against employing children more' so���������e; more   experienced   member   of       "What   did   the   villain   mean   bv  than eight hours a day in. this par- the   club;    I  can't  tell  you   all   the   that?" asked Firefly  ticular place I am,, speaking of,  but thousand and one ways press women       "How  long would' the  newly-made  someone ordered ice-cream and cake.  Everybody ate theirs, but I neglected  mine, and  a'waiter took it away  often burn these stacks to get rid of  the straw.    From  any  prairie' town,  rf  1������  f f������Ut  6Very   bef0-   I   noticed   him     'Punchie'   I   one ^b^ during the autnmn these  said, 'I've had���������'".  burning bonfires all round  the hori-  Now     Judy,"     interrupted  ' Jane,   tTesquT   IT   **  '^^ ' Md   Pi������  the   factory   inspector   is - afraid - to   can help each other."  husband sit round the hotel with his  will you have to drink?'"  "'Tea,' I said."  enforce  it,   because  the   manufactur- "What   are   the   women   doing   in young wife   before he *nt kI!   *!   masnificent hospitality.'"  ers won't let him/'              .          . Winnipeg?" asked Jane. wanted   to' run   about *tl   cfty   at       " 'Y������U're &S h������krSe aS  Where   are   those   manufacturers Here's  a list of their  activities" night"  going  when   they   die?"-asked   Pea- said Judy drawing a sheet of hotel "Is" that   what   the   western   men  nuts with  an air  of finality.    "Who PaPer   out  of, a   railway   time-table on?" asked Dixie  are they, anyway?" "I   jotted   them   down   as   my   new "Punchie    was'  only   joking    The  ^ "Pillars in churches," said Firefly, friends told me.   There's a fine Can- western men' are the  best husbands  "that. Is   several   of  them  are.    It's adlan club for one thing.    You know iji the world," said Judy.  a  little   place���������full   of   good" people tha-t is a patriotic society like your  ,   who  go  to   church,   and   praise   God' Daughters of the Revolution."   - Biddy,  from   whom   all   blesEh o-s   flow���������ah! "Why   Judy,  you   could   belong   to  twenty    minutes    to'  thirteen  o'clock,  I  began  to  get excited.    We were nearing my beloved,  Punchie's   home.     I   could   sec   the'  town in the distance situated in a dip  of   the   prairie    where   Moose   Jaw  River and Thunder Creek pleasantly:  greef each other.    It had a long line;  of hills to the south���������an extension of.  ' h     5"our, great Missouri  Coteau,  Firefly.'-  said, 'been'croaking too much^What   M ^  We PUUed  int������  the  station'  "not the  time of your  life,  now  remember." .  "'Punchie/'I said, "'from the unaccustomed mountain peaks of gratitude, I asseverate that the' denizens , of Winnipeg have most assuredly afforded to a' pilgrim; and a  stranger   the   most   unbounded   and  and there was the dear sister-in-law  and her little flock of children run-:  ning to put their arms round us, and'  shrieking,    'Daddy,'      and    ��������� 'Auntie.'  This was  the best thing I had seen  CHAPTER XV  The Lure of the Prairie.  _ ..      ..       AT       _ "The   porter   went   to   his   cubby- J'et.   :This was. Heart-String-Place.   I  Better than Nova Scortians?" asked   _0ie   at   the   end   of   the   car,   and cast a  glance   at  the  large  gardens'  !ly,���������       ..    _ brought us tea and cakes which he' tne railway keeps up here, and then;  No,     said   Judy   cautiously,   "but   put on a nice little table between our We    wen,t    roun<l    the    station,    and  wouhhVt  I like  to  preach a sermon   ZXTeXTjlV��������� " ^ ^" ?T'L    ���������.                             ChairS'    We  talked  ������������" twelve^n   J00^ *>���������** ������-  long main street.  ^r looked  pulled,   and   opened       ^T^o^LTs nearly all on^^T    ^    ^   ^   - went to our sleeper. I notice that   ^thTT' ^hTT^ 7*  and   shut -her  mouth   several   times   fcjjt   and   bled.for   this   coun^ "Whi., .ways white, trailing and   ^TmS^t   TtU^   ^ abTut in Z \rl^S^!.  Don't gasp, that  way,   like  a  fish   couhSt  ffi yo^f ol   TZj Tl^^JoV^JZ   ^Z^^To^ I   ^^ ^^���������SS^.  to Canada"                     ^        SiaQCe J������T"                          Westerners   go   thr0Ugh Portage La' Prairie>  _Pgreat   Us, as, if to say, 'Why don't you get  "Whv ^r- n-���������M���������^ m   ������ "t^-k     .        ." " '                             ^rain  centre  with  mills  and  factor-   iu'   and  let us  draw  you  along and:  Why so?    pursued Firefly. Deliberate   -mis-statement   number   legf . and    a   flourIshlng    population.   accomplish   something.'    Half   of   us:  without speaking.  "Don't gasp  tha  out 'of water," said Firefly irritably,   iance."  "say something."  "Child -labor  isn't  my   fault,"  said  Dixie.    "You get so cross, Firefly.  ^ "I 'love you, Dixie," said Firefly,  "but I hate your uncle. He's a  brute." .  "Because one has  to  discriminate   one," said Biddy,  particularly against the land of one's  nativity."  "Girl,"   b,m   t  , ** "Rubbish,"  said Firefly.    "Do  you  ttirls,    said   Judy   suddenly,   "we 'know how our oath reads'"  are here today, gone tomorrow.   Let      "No I don't,"..said Judy,  us do all we can to get women and       "Let    us   close    this   discussion"  children ou   of factories.    Biddy, you   said Firefly. ^"Suppose you go back  and I can help with our pens." to Winnipeg"  Irl'sh^rf ^ t0, JerlCh������'" Said the"     "������Ur laSt eVenlng in Winnipeg was  man   girl       My  heart  is   with   you   a delightful finish to our stay.    Pun-  ",,        mJ Pen  beIongs t0 W   chiQ  save  a  dinner-party  with  spe-  slave-driver.    No reforms  for him."     cial    dishes,    notably    some    fussy  piled   into   the   carriage,   the   other-  ,<T __       ,   ���������'- Near by was  a  bushy  district,   with ,   ���������    t    ���������  ,  T ,   ^Tr y������U  they  d������'    reiterated frequent . ponds   and   small   streams, 1&1   .Strolled   UP   and   down   ta������<ing'  Judy.     If you stand in the street of ^    containing    stock    farms     The lo.friends on  the train.    I forgot to,  a western town "when the weather is next   important   town   We   had Bay, I had been having a lovely tkne:  crisp and cool,  and  there ��������� is  lots  of through  Was  _randon>  als0   a      eat with   the   wife   of  a  mounted   police.-  business    doing,    the    men    actually graIn   place-    Between   lfc  aQd   port_ officer.   She goes away up north bo  run  M        v age  La Prairie,  had  been  a  succes- l������n* the/ailway lines with her hus-|  I   have   seen   New   Yorkers   fly," Blon  of stationg  at intervals  of  five band, and talks as calmly, of Indians!  Sa'4*Sdd-y'    ���������   T * or   elght   mIles'   a11   surrounded   by and   trails-  and mountains,  and  vast!  Biddy,    said  Judy  seriously,  "you brlg_t  and   bug     tow       flnd   nayln northern   solitudes,   as   if   she   were  remind me of that wll-known west- m _���������, maMlye .^^ ������������������ many  -'"    -        " '  ern story of the man who lived in a flour miIls.    It ls cud ihQ. effect  Mine   doesnt,     said   Judy.     "I'm   things   done  in. casseroles.    He  had    dry; be^'   and   when   asked -how -.he   of   theee   tali ��������� elevators   dominating  the    daintiest    ices    and    cakes���������he  In a press union now.   I'm going to  say what I like."  "Don't blame the editors overmuch," said Biddy good-naturedly.  "Capital is behind them with a  Whip."  "What are we going to do with our  naughty    capitalists?"    asked    Peanuts,  holding at arm's length a hat   N������-.w York travelling with 'her maid,  that she-was trimming.    "No women -.She. was absolutely astonished to find  $%n^ P-sperous    city,  their    husbands,    and-   children  ; school or playing."  Bpeaking   of   a    stroll    down    town.  Th-'   is   the   magnetizing   charm   of  western Canada.    The luxury of the'  -    _���������_���������_    Watered   his   crop   suid   the   onions   the  landscape.   T~ found" 1^78.40   clties> anfJ the strong sharp contrast  never orders heavy puddings.    After-    pIanted   hetween   the   potatoes   were   o'clock' and   the   station   was   Indian   ������f P10neer  life close by'    You  meet  ward  we  all sat in the rotunda, lis-   +S������  S,tr0Qg'  that  they. kept  the  pota-   Head   where  there  is   a  government   a woman out at dinner with a Paris-  .^ening   to   the   music,   and   watching \t0eS^eyes  ful1   ?1water''��������� However,   experimental farm.    I must say  be ever-varying crowd of handsome    gay that   Bown  on,  and  she  Is chatting about-  .   -������������������..._ .-    t0.   return    t0    Winmpeg.      Piuichie   ourCanadian "gbvernment"does won-   ffles. and the next Ume jrou hear ofj  y   dressed  men  and   women.    There    Said' :*'1  hav1e   thls   last  appointment,   derfully   well   by   the   farmers.    All    hf.  she-^ off -with  friends and In  ������������������-:. one  nice American worran from  and will meiSt you at the train.   The  head porter "tvill look after you.  over the Dominion, there are experimental stations, where the latest dis-  dian    guides,    up    among   the   fur-.;,  traders,  doing  stage-routes,   and   ca-:  I went on having a lovely time in   coverles   in   the   line,  of   agriculture    ^"g    and    visiting    trading-posts,;  .the  big dra-wing-room,  with  a num  are made known to the people.    Any  thin-    Wom������n   ���������:--,-���������-. ~ ��������� ���������, ...���������_oB    -u������u   a   prosperous    city,   Ur ������f oaMers^who had dropped in. It   farmer can ket all the literature and  .thln_.    Women  at home cooking for   with so many fine hotels    'They, told   *J?Y   ������ m6 th&t.there ls an unu8tf-' -seeds .he wishes, by sending his name  in   me,in  New York/ she  said,  'tfhat  I  ust not _o bevond Montreal, neither to K-yrw Scotia aor.-.out .west, ..that.  "MnntPinoHf)on     o  a must not _o bevond Montreal, neith  --.^un_in_H_.?i~..^Bd- &9vernments  ally large proportion of talented peo- b  the  stationg>'    WhIle  we  were  at  -pie   out  west.    Maybe   it  is  because breakfast, I; plied Punchie with ques-  the youngest and strongest go there, tions.    So  many   things  are  myster-  AnyvKay^   I...,.JKas. -.iistenL"^    ts.    "  with the same, avidity that she visits;  European art galleries." .   !  "Tell us about Punchie's home,"j  said Dixie. ��������� .:���������','" j  "Here is a picture of the main'  street on which it is situated.    Note!  iQm. .to. aa .BaaisiBflL    'Why 'is that   the ,breaejth_ of it.    No crowding for'  ^-   .-    jCTo "be  continued) I*"l  I i*'  i !��������������� p-������ rg-omgy-f  M W"*l <ra  FY-"  or Dale to iviaK���������  Young Pullets S. C. W. Leghorns iron six  h  ii   /VA.���������/ '.������ weeks to two months ok!  S   -^^f^    These Chickens   have   been   raised   from ||j  I ^^J^P- whiter laycrs- Price 75c "p- p  II  I Some specimen Cockerels weighing from l to I 1-2 lbs. ft-  S"j * Wi-  |i selected f-erri if-orc than eight hundred chickens raised tajj  PvSrp  in our big poultry yards.  and up  .BL������������o  le la GIRODAY  H Proprietors  ������-;^-~;-?>'&���������^w^^^  i**���������y���������_���������*��������� ".*'"'*:*"  ��������� '--V7'"*"���������"������������������"^������������������.m-'(c ������-��������� ���������  WHO'S WHO    ���������.������������������%*    8  IN CANADA c  OOOOOOOOCKXXXDOOOOOOvOOOOOOO  The Gramophoi;-^* Lan  Those who listen to :he wonderful  voices of Tetrezziui and Caruso ancl  Scotti or the beautiful 'strains of  Wagner and Beethoven or the stir-'  ring marches of Sousa by the means  of che gramophone and then see in  every paper they pick up the hugh  advertisements of "His MasLer's  Voice" get a vague idea, that the  gramophone trade must bo" a hugh  complicated business, requiring great  musical and technical talents a*   <vc>I!  V  \  m  Ablnlsford, B. C I a  fpti  fcti  wm  'mm  Reliable men with ���������selling' ability  and some knowledge of  i.ln*  irnir.  business or Nursery Stock, to represent us in British Columoia a.������  ocal and general  agents."  Liberal    inducements    and   permanent poslition for the right men.  Write   for   full   particulars-.  L3*?=  S^P-Tf;  m i u  The Fonthill Nurseries.  (Established  2837)  TORONTO,       .- -      Ontario  ancGuver  tHsuEtcnsicti uzsrjSBiazzxiir^x*jr.tty\'Uf  THERE'S no mistaking: Ihe expression of a"man whose farm is well "improved.1  He looks as prosperous as lie feels.  ��������� ' It isn't the size of a p.'acc that counts most, nor its actual dollars-and-cents  value. _ It's rather  that "well-kepi,"  thrifty appearance;  the appearance, that makes  you think of fat stock, and wrll-filled barns, and- comfortable, contented living.-   Neat, permanent improvements go further in giving, a farm this appearance than  any other feature. <>  Concrete Is The Ideal Materia!  for such improvements.    It is neat, h.irmo"nJzin��������� with  its surround in en In  tho country  Iwcrlaatin-,-,   it  cannot  be   Injured  by  Arc,   l'ro.st,   wind  or  lightning. , Ago���������Instead   of  cauHlng-  It.  to  d<:cay���������actually mnkos   it .stronger.  Concrete never noods rop-iir���������-first cost Ui Inst cost. New improvomonts can be added  year aflor year with leHs expenric than would be requlrod to keen wooden structures  In' repair.  Concrete   walks,  feeding   floors,   dairy-barns,   Ice-houses,   root-collars   woll-curbim*-  fenco posts, silos���������which of these* does your farm need most?    Whatever y������u want  ta  build,  It's best to build   it of concrete.  ,   'Do you want to  know mora about this subject of permanent farm Improvements?  Then write for your copy of ������>������w������������  " What The Farmer Can Do With Concrete."  It's   a   book-of   1C0   pages,   telling   how   other  farmers    have   used'  the   "handy   material"   to'  good   advantage.   ' Published   to   cell   at  50c.   a  copy,  it Is now being offered free to all farmera  who write for It.      Address  Canada Cemoni Co., Ltd.,  National Bank Building, Montreal.  K&*^������mp&^mtf^3$&&*m&-&^&:;  ���������\  II. S. liXRLlLiliil  as business ability, but when thu  listeners and readers be_!n to realize  .���������Chat the business oi' manufacturing  ithis wonderful invention and marketing it in Canada is in the hands ol  one firm and that the brains that  cont'-ol that firm arc -.hose of two  young men of 2!) and 2fj years respectively, they marvel at the possibility of it all.  1    But such  is the record of the two  brot������ ors  of  which  It.  S.   Berliner  is  the c'-cier.    Mr. II. S.   (the initials he  ��������� is _" -orally known by) is the head of  the '"���������inadian branch  of the Berliner  Grav ophone  Co.  and   tho sou 'of  tho.  founder of the groat business, which  has    brandies    and    subsiehiry    companies in every country in the world,  and anyone mooting  tho son ��������� who  is a proiype of  the father ��������� cannot  help   but   admire   tlu-   f;uiei   and   resourceful man  who has worked hard  to  make  Ihe gramophone  popular  in  Canada.    >.'o detail   if?  too  trivial,  no  suggestion   too  small  ���������  If. S.  is  always  encouraging his  staff, to   think  ���������  for   him   to   make   a   note   of   for  future   use,   and   when   we   think   of  this   young   giant,    who    is    already  wealthy, working harder than any of  his employees, not so much for money  in  itself,   but  to   win,   we  have  inure  confidence that the sons of Canadian  industrial princes will ��������� not like too  many of those cf other countries ���������  realize their responsibilities and take  up their proper  places as employers  of labour and builders up of Canada.  Mr. H. S. Berliner was born in  Boston in 1SS2 and educated in  Washington D.C. And after taking a  course at the Bethel Military College,  Virginia, he went over to complete  his technical studies at the Royal  University, Hanover. When lie came  to Canada some few years ago the  Berliner Company was already started but in a. small way, and young  ������������rliner .J^SXiju-'tfllZ... t2   .T-fii"^   -fee  '2t  ISMSSSBSSBSSXS^S^BSSSSSSSSSS.  It;  This Market is owned and I I  operated by the City, thus  guaranteeing all trai sac-  iens.      We solicit   your  coiteig laments  of  Fruit,-[ii1  ] poultry, Veal Eggs,   Etc  ] Highest prices, sharp re- j  ' turns, smart settlements  Joint McMillan  Manager  ^������j^-^tir*iMr������Tj������lr_nr:--,-www:  B HxncsKZKnrxjKo-mjutMi  1  la  S(  qui   H  MISSIONCITY, B.C  rius hotel makes a specialty of  home-like comforts for Commercial  Travellers.     Comfortable   sitting-  room and   best  of  hotel service  Cuisine Unexcelled.  17 7E want your subscription to this Great Family  V V Weekly and as an inducement to those who  pay one year's subscription we will give a box of  "Go Ahead" Chocolates, specially made for us by  the new chocolate factory at Mission City, B. C.  Chocolates sweet and mellow and guaranteed to  make you feel sweet  rig-*������������������>-*���������*������ rni riit������e*m-a.������j^jwia������.-!aflK;  ^^^^^ss^mim^^^^msm^3^^^m.mmsmissimm  MroAtaxuas  Rates: $1.50 to $2 per day  CK/IS.F.DeV''TTi>iopri8tdr  ccrr-'j.iny worthy of the great name,  soon laiiMohed out to Co I Ii ing!- with  the result that today the factory ���������  which has already boon enlarged  twice ��������� is hardly big cno;:;.-h io cope  ���������with the' business. -  Though a gec-d business man Mr  fl. S. does not let his work take lithe whole of his.���������time, lie takes a  trip now and again to Europe, oi-  course combining business with his  pleasure. It was on one of his trips  he met his wife who is a Scotch lady  and marred, her in 1908.  *?Z*  HpHIS offer   is good until May 24th when the  1       chocolates    will   be  distributed   at    this,  or at any other point convenient to the subscribers  Secure coupon when you pay a Subseiptin   at our  "Go Ahead" and subscribe for  ^^^^^mm^mw^^s^wm^^^^^, 1>  11  THE ABBO'x'SFORD IrOST,      ABBOTSFORD, ������. C<  ^S=E=  ��������� 'I   ' Till.i  I������i|'i  ("li^tf    il    -  *t**C  CLA  If'  Gents' Furnishings, Boots, Shoes  Just Received  -nomBMMHonMa^H-----^nMMwn_nw--^aaMMHBM������0----n  A large shipment of STRAW HATS  See these before buying  elsewhere  GEO.   C.   CLARK,Abbotsford,B.C.  i -17M.'III.'.'..  S3E  ��������� aKQ  HOTEL  J   MCELROY 8c Co.  LIQUORS,   WINES  AND   CIGARS  OF THE  BEST QUALITY  won  Cor. Essendene Ave/and Oscar St.,  CITY  ������������s������E_S__  J..! ',. ��������� ,���������,.,  ���������_3������  ABBOTSFORD, B. GI  Strictly first-class ih every respect. . The bar is  stocked with the best of wines, liquor and cigars,  RATES,  $1.50 TO  $2.00  PER  DAY  PECKHAM & HUTTON  PROPRIETORS  _______3__  ___���������B*M  A,  KING  BUTCHER  Pork, Mutton, Jteef, Veal, Pork Sausages,  Weinies  and Balogna always on hand.     Fish every Thursday  SpecaSist  Maaufacturing Optician  D.o'Qfi tl*va Fineat Optical  Work.  Vlediaal men and others  pay tribute to -feis eki.ll.   .  Vancou .* ������r  isnaers  or  (Associate   Members Can.   Soc. C. E.)  Civil Engineers  793 Granville St.  R. A. HENDERSON  B. C. LAND   SURVEYOR  Qmec, next P.' O. P. O. Box 1 1  QOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOO<D<DOOOOd  WHAT CANADIANS  ARE DOING  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXDOOOOOO  II. It.; II. DUKE OF CONNAUGHT  His Royal Highness, who is formally known under the title of His. Royal  Highness, Prince Arthur : William  Patrick Aibort, was born ,May lst^,  1850, and in^rRiee^'iVftirch-'- 1'STO'r 1879,'  Princess Louise Margaret Alexandra  Victoria Agnes, wlio was born July  25th, I860, the daughter of Prince  Frederick Charles of Prussia.  The Duke of Connaught Is of the  twenty-eighth generation which ia  descended from' William the Con-,  queror, who became King of England  in,1066. Taking the average life of a  generation as thirty years, and mul-.  tiplying that number by twenty-eight,  yields 840, which if added to 1066  makes the year 1906, which Is near  enough  for f all   practical  purposes.  Being of royal lineage the new  governor-general is a prince; but by  a.. c__"Jou_ f ictioii, In England thetitte  of Duke is cons'iuerec on-*-- cr superior  rank; and a prince shortly after attaining his majority is usually created  a Duke. Thus, Prince Alfred was  created Duke of Edinburgh , and  Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught.  Also, he is entitled to be addressed  jus "Royal Highness", a title reserved  for" the sons, daug'htesr, grandsons,  brothers, sisters, uncles, and aunts or  tho 'father's  side? of the soverign.  ...   .���������- v .������ R-. l; ftoiiDO  The hlstory-in-a-nut-sheli of Ca-  , 'lada's new Premier is worth placing  before the public at the present time,  when the press of the country is conning its attention more to the happenings of recent days, and to forecasting with more or less foundation  >he probabilities of his immediate  future.  Born on June 26 1854 at Grand PreV  che son of Andrew Borden and Eunice  Laird, the future premier had his  early education at Acadia Villa  Acidcmy, Hortoh; was subsecjuently  professor ih Glenwood Institute;, on  rnturri tn Nnva Scotia he, studied law  ,-���������������������������> va. 1878'was admitted to the bar.  FOR  ickems, r ruit an  arcten  Ten Acres one-quarter Miles  from Abbotsford will soon  be annexed to town. Four  acres cleared, good house,  barn, sheds, etc.    Nearly all  For this fine Proposition  ____5_B01Sffi2ait*SSS*t3?!S*Z*  . [SENTENCED, BRO   MASON TO  ,-DIE.  Judge   Buckhill,   who ie   a   prominent* Free  Mason, had the. painful, duty recently of sentencing tc*  deaibh\. a   brother Mason, Frederick;  Henry Redden, 40 years old/ an; 'assurance, superintendent, who, alter  ii. mine  day's trjiai in. London, was  found guilty of murdering Elizabeth  Ann; Baa-row,   ah. elderly  spinster.  Seddea's Wife  was accused of  the  crime -but was acquitted.   .Miss Bar-  noiWL:iodiged with the Saddens and  dha. ijroseeution charged that they  poisoned her wJith arsenic extract-i  ed dinc-m/   flypape-r in ordeg* to ,ob-  taini her money. Sedden ii a speech  of ;twenty.minutes veJieJniently proclaimed   li-is' innocence^ vdeq-arin^,,;  -���������Befoa"e the Great Architecct of the  unvea-s3 I apci nott guilty.," As Sed-  den made his appeal to "The Great  Architect, he ra>;s3,d his hand,'pointed aloft and igave  a  Masonic sign.  The   prJsoner-s     declaration ��������� profoundly   affected   Judge.  BuckniiL,  who passed sentence.   Alluding to  Seddea's suggestion  of Free Masonry, he observed:   From what you  ���������have said, I know we bo'th belong  to one brotherhood.   This makes it  ail the more painjful to me*jto vsay  wha(t I a(m saying, but our brotherhood does not encourage, crime. On  the 'contrary, it condems it.   I pray  you make your.peace with the Great  Architect of  The. Universe,     Seek  mercy;' pray   for it;   ask  for  it."  The case has aroused more interest  thai^ any trial since that of Dr. H.  Crippen.���������Vancouver Provincce,  g__t__aPMHBfriJMMiu������ tmwiKUMwr.ms' ���������'Jwat!iaujiasCTwg-~BP<TJ'-������cfn-rij.|>i:TP  ������������������Plutonic"  ���������ByDiabo.-lu**  "I've/ two horns and cloven feot.  And'i'my record is not sweet.,,  I run amuck upon the. land and sea.  Itfrthe wind'b'lo.ws buildings vdow a  Or ibrave millionaires should drown  There- are some'who always pul.it  down to me.  If when walking in. the town  A- Ihodd-up knocks you down  And rifles all yonr po.efkets for that  dime/...      '  If jyou're out upon the ocean   .  Andflan iceberg stops your motion  Well,-that's just the way I'mspen.2-  ing .ail my time.  ���������should you entertain a notion  ���������That} yo-u'll buy lots in the ocean  And; will realize a fortune hy-a ad ,  '���������"by?" ���������'. '-' "\  Whan iy-oiu're busted in the venture  Do;n'it Ihsoild yourself to censure.  There's one   who takes the, blau-ii/  and.that is I.  ���������'��������� * '  ''  If, yoiur funds are on the" burn,  Aiidl you sadly gnaw, your thumb  When 'some other sbap's a-courUcg  your old f^ma.  If. you're deep set m Vancouver;  In 'some real estate manoeuvre,  It's^because I hold the stakes, ac-d  lead the game. - '  If y.oiur wife's a trifle gay*.  No."matter what you say, .  If her actions shook precise society  If ',y<o,ur husband's on the spree  Or yo.ur neighbors can't agree  It's all my fault so put it dpwn to'  me. i  If (the weeds ajre. in your fruits  And Ithe mice eat up your, roots .  And y.om  cannot find a strawberry  foir .the grass. '" .  If yo,u cannot do your, chorea      c  Foa",mosquitos. out of doors   ,"  You "can - blame me,,' for I'm shutting, .off the, brass.  If you've toothache in your guni.)  If you hammer on your thumb.  Should-a log,f all. oh your head ?j oni  ,o.ff'a tre'e^  lf|-y,0!ur cow get^ out of sight  And-do:es not come home at night  You may- say an oath, and put il  down to me.  i glory in my fame  For .1 always ge,t the bla,hi������  If your council is not what it ought  to be, '  If   a   by-law. should appear  That's.sadly .out of gear,  Don't forget my friends to . put-  it down .to me.  I'm. tfrro.m a distant clime,  Where;'the weather.. is subhme        <  Where its cool; when awironiing'  ,   Jnj   bon'jling  sea. ^  If you re.ach that radiant shore  to me.  Wherej you'll feel the' cold no more  Pu'/the . credit of your visit down  oif surmise on the part of the public  as to. whether there would be a  Sunday,- sea-vice .instituted or not.  During..- the week days the ferry  novf (makes regular trips oach half-,  hour���������leaving, jthe -Mission sjde on  the, holur and the 'Matsqui side o:^  the'half hour. i  ���������Injconversaition wiit'h Cap;t,ain McKenzie, a fqw 'days ago ho stated  that during the summer months  therc( would in ail pnobabiiljity do, a  Sunday service ��������� between certain  hours 'in the inorni.ng and'certain  not' think it-wjould 'be a reguiait  hours. iin. the evening, but die did  service, the sarnie as the wee^ei Jay a  there; |hot being, he though.t^a,' de-  ma.nd )fo,'r it. ���������      .   .  'However, (the public-heed- have no  fear but "a 'good service will beg--.-/-  epi, and .the kind'demanded by tho  traffic.:"' .        .    i  Th.e 'ferry is free on -.week 'days  but' lit is the opinion of ���������many1.JLhat  a toll should be charged for a Sun  day /service.; Thia will be a matter  that, can be settled amicably fry  those, most interested.  It jmight be remarked that the  ferry service at the present ���������Lime  is all that can he expected o(f a ferry,; Many 1-emarks of appreciation  are heard on' all sides about the  fca-ry accomodation and the, courtesy oi' its officers.  MAGISTRATE HANDS  v    .        OUiT JUSTICE,  MISSION"-BAND DELIVERS THE GOODS  On frhursday evening 'last the  Mission City Band -journeyed t������  Matsqui 'wher-e they gave an enter-  taiinment in the hall to a very, appreciative audience. Those present  wea-e\ delightejd with the evenmg's  performance, land are only .wishing  that Ithe band will come over< again  at an early date,.' Those who Wert-  presentl have so praised tlie mus-  icail programme so that the community,, is quite divided���������those who  were present and enjoyed themselves, and those who weu-e not  there, but wish, they had bee^ti.  There Ss a movement on foot, \.o  have the.band go over and give an  opeaj aia* concert^ It .'is hinted thai  if ithey. do they won't be sorry, financially..   J     ; ;    .  REQUEST, OF PUBLIC  TO BE GRANTED  'Since,: the opening of tho ferry  across the Fra<ser River last fall,  there/   has; bee;n a certain amount  ti :centain citizen of Mission City:  appeared before Magistrate^ Ver-  chere on Saturday evening charged'  V'itli having , broken the interdict*  placed O'n him' some time ago by  Loving friends.: -He was fined $2Q  and costs; and one of them' who  supplied the liquor was fined $100  and costs, or three months.  On: Monday morning another of  the men   who supplied the liq-ior,  was- a  visitor before his Worship,  and he  was also relieved  of $*100  and costs.  It, is reported there are others  implicated, but whether theywii'  bei prosecuted or not is not made  publ.c ,as ye.t.-  The .Rphi-nson-Bell Orche$tra#  Oo:.'s ���������concert on Saturday was a  great success, and for high class  talent it superseded anything we  have had. before, with the exeption  of the small scare which was caused  by the stage scenery catching fire  everything.iwent off splendidly.  MriO. E.'Bernau is a viaitor, to  Mission this weejk, having refturned  from} iWestminster on Friday last..  ~        *     ���������-���������  The/Ahbotsford Cr^ket Club 'ai-e  im tre-al earne,st this year,, Eveiy  nighfe they practice, and the. club  thalis' c/O/mes up .against. tham will  have (to. look to their laurejijgy "  ,.' -THE ABBOTSFORD POST,       ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  13a!j.'."-JL m;..?. ljm...'���������  NEW MASONIC HALL  The' perejm'ony in connection \Vith  the laying of the. founel-  'ation/istp'ne of the' above building  will he conducted by Most Wor-  sih'piul Grand Masteir, F. J. Bird, assisted by officers oif the GJrand  Lodge (oif British Columbia, on Saturday .May 18th ait -1 p^m.  All 'Master Masons are cordially  "invited ,'t'o thof Maple Leaf -HaM), at  -I \]>. m. Saturday. .,  .  .  Tlie Icarqnrony at the ground is  open, to the (general puibJ������>c, who  w.li. be heartily welcome-,  Tenders  Separate sealed Tenders are  called for.by the Abbotsford  Temple Company, Ltd., for  steam heating- and electric  wiring for the Temple at Abbotsford.  Plans and specifications  can be seen at the Company's  office at Abbotsford.  Lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  Abbotsford Temple Co.,  Ltd.  per barre.  yet you can get 6 Loaves  ���������J.,~UL..'!!  !!JC"  Enjoy Life During  1  ALBERT LEE, PROPRIETOR  J Higginson is the kind oif man. to  have around a growing town.) He  is .always burf-ding now houses < R.  cently he has buitft se.ve,r,a<'l houses  and intends to 'bu\ld Inon-;"^ A bro  thea* of his will shortly arrive fi mi  Ireland-.with his.family ot ten.  t*  'Mr...-D',!''cn, V. E.. an offd t'tme.r in  the1 piiorvince, has come tio reside  near Abbotsford .   ���������  'Miss Emma Hanson aa-rie,d a 'Uiv  days ago from the Old Country and  is (the guest of Mrs. John Olejson.   '   j ���������   Mr. a,nd Mi^ -A. Milne o|f Kam-  loops ara the guests of Mr. and Mrs  W4 M. Campbell. Mr. Milne' Wipr'ks  in the Hudson Bay Company's store  of that town  HAPPILY WEDDED  Mr.. Cyril Harrop,-formerly of thia  town, (but who- ila 'now im England1,  .waa married on the seventh fli  this (month.  I-Ie. 'intends tpi saiil for Oana'da\ on  the -17th and will an-iive in, Abbots-:  fio.rd on the. 3rd of June with his  bride, and they will reside,' here,   9 ,  The' old. pool room' next to the  Abbotsford. /Hotell has been opened  foil-business v  The) editc-i- off ,.the Posit while, in  Mission City a fenv days ago had  'an oppoa-tunity of 'sizejng up the  baseball team' o/f that town^Wha*:  heisaw at a practice convinced him  that they are a hard bunch to beat.,  nearly, ail six-footers and have, not  lost a game this season, For dates  write,to J Kirkp'atrick, the big secretary  SCHOOL   AT   CLEARBROOK.  Quite a little se'ttlegnent is gr.ow-  'tag <a;t Cleairlbroolk-,', and application  has ibeen made for a school there:  The public school inspepjtfor was  there some little time ago and prom  ���������sed to make a favorable report  for a school.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXjOOOCX  ] WHO'S WHO .     t  i IN CANADA h  o c,  OOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC-  AXUUS CLAUDE MACDOXXKLL  With a father boasting llm name of  Angus Duncan tuid-ii-mother from tho  De-La-1-laye French family, Angus  -Claude Macdonnell was surely predestined by nature to bo a man of  mark. Born at Toronto In the merry  month of June In ,1861, he was educated  at Toronto Model School and University,' and is abarrister-at-law of Os-  goode Ha.ll nnd a D.C.L., K.C. Ho has  been member of the Commons for  South Toronto since 1904.. and is  known to the generation of young  men as an athlete of some fame. His  "forebears"' fought for' the -Stuarts in  by buying one of our screen doors  and a window or two. Our stock  and prices are right and you will be  suited with our screen doors and  windows. Our Meat Safes are perfection and our wire screening, etc.,  will be useful during fly time.  Hardware and Furniture  Friday, May ,24th its to be a .public holiday in Abbotsford* -Housewives should do their shopping on  the 23rd,,, The Abbotsford Cri,cket  Clulj( are spending the day ajt Mis-  son City _n-lhp-^ to wn -hsmaic.-.  ���������from/ the Straw/berry Growers.-  D.:n-ti forget   the  hi,g   dance  the fofaple Lefaf Hall on tiie 24th.  at  Rushton's orchestra will play for  the dance om the 24th.  Mrs. W. M. Copeland is the guest  '"/-T'lr. Cope'lan/d'S parents ajt Ch"l-:  liwack.   Mr. Copeland was home on  Sunday.  Tiie whole of the west si'de of the  Top ������umas road from the boundary right to Clearbrook was tho  scene o.f a great forest fire-onTue-  day night, .the fire coming very  elo.se ,to our town.  :M  Street  bus  im, 'Murphy's new staref on Pine  is naw opeh and ready for  ���������ness   ���������   Welfare glad fco hear that Mr P.  F-i-K-ifctci who was locked by a horse  seme time ago, ia progressing favorably,  Mr., J. 'Higginson is certainly br'njr  -ing ijui settlers and is providing for  them! when the,y '���������oo-me, Withnnj' the  lasiH .six months Mr. ingginson has  Bh.ppe.d into the town four families  from! Ireland,, bucl't houses for their  ���������and) in some cases found work for  thoni. If B,0)me of our f eJUow townsmen who have tlie wherewithal  would foilow Jun's footsteps we'd  xp-on ;be a very large community,;   ���������   Wa are sorry to learn that Geo  Ferguson's   (late   of (A/hbotsford)-  camp at Port -Mann has been burn-,  ed out  ' (      .       !  Gelt your axes ,and crosscuts sharpened up for June 5th as there will  bc(.ho  ax-grinding allowed, on the  sports grounds,    .    <  .    ���������   l i (  f f  Mr.. Dan Stirrett and party of  New* .Westminster visited Abb'pts-  f-OT on 'Monday last.  The Abbotsford Cricket Club are  practicing levejry evening in order  ���������fo.fbe prepared to meet the many  challenges which they intend to  ���������-end (cut during the summer.    Mrs. F. Sutherby of Ladner ;a  ?'^nd--jie': a fqw 'days i,n town the  ("rue-st ,c.f Mrs Howe.  /   *   _.     __  Mrs. [Peckhaim returned home', this  week from Vancouver.   e   Mr. G-. E. Graham, superintendent  "if Ithe C.P.R. was in town on Tuesday. '   -  ���������- A       r" **  'Mrs,'Hornby of Ladner Is spend  ing a  few days with Mrs. Starr.  ���������Mr1. E. A. Oihrmbell was in town  thi'.s week fr-oiru'Vancouvort He. is  the oonitractor for the hew customs  bu'-ld'n,g'( c;t Huntingdon.  BEES  FOR SALE  lf������*a&e*s*������''  M. McGILLIVRAY  Huntingdon, Bi C.  ANGUS CLAUDE MACDONNELL,  Clever Politician and Athlete   ���������  Jacobite terms and doubtless wielded  a good claymore.  MAJOR S. S. SHAKPE  The major is a native of Scott  Township, Ontario Co., where he  opened his eyes on 13 March 1873,  and after going through the usual  preliminary lesson routine graduated  from Toronto University with first  class honors in 1895 and now practices law at Uxbridge.  Major Shsrpe is a young man  who has made a name for himself  since he went into the House in 1908,  to represent the constituency which  was represented by his wife's grandfather, Mr. Joseph Gould. Not only  has he done a great deal of work in  tho'public accounts committee, but he  has been a successful provider of ammunition for the opposition to fire  at the Hon. Wm. Pugsley.  He has been in tlie Canadian Militia  WANTED FARM .\LAND-iIn exchange for "my $1150.00 .equity in  Vancouver lots _ Act quhckly for  a snap.' R... A. Cooper, Clayburn  B.C. A26.  Tenders  Tenders for construction of two  storey hall to be erected at Abbotsford will be received by Abbota  ford Temple Oo,, Ltd., until twelve  noon, May 4th, 1112.  Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Plans and spec-  Bfications to be seen .at Dr. Swift's  office, Abbotsford, B. ,C.  LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.  OSeafaon 49)  NOTICE is hereby given, that on  .he twelfth day of May next, ap-  nl cation will be made to the Sup-  eriiitendent of Provincial Police lor  .a-an&ier of the hotel license to sell  iiqu'O-r' by je,t,a,il in the hotel known  is the (Commercial Hotel, situate at  Abboi'isford, in the Province of  Brii'Jish   Colunrhra.  Dated this 12th day of April,  1912.  JAMBS McELROY & Co.  Holders  of  License.  JAMES McELROY,  BERNARD McELROYfc'     ,  Applicants.   ���������   Timothy, Clover and Field Peas  bo be had at the-Abbotsford Feed  31 ore ������������������������.  Painting, Sign Writing  General repair* work  J. E. PARTON  Abbotsford    ��������� B. C  ���������MW.fcl JBM1M  Good Storage Room for  Furniture.   ���������   ,.  PAINTER  Geo. Zeigier  Carriage,* House  and Sign Painter  Call and get prices.  All work guaranteed  Abbotsford -       B. C.  '  ���������It1 was Mr. O'Dei',. not Mr. Garret, 'who handled Div Swift's  case.  BELIEVES  TN .MISSION  CITY   HOSPITALITY.  A fc-entleman who said he hailed-  from^-Vancouver called on the police of thifl town last week and show  ed where1 he had sfome, l[We( spots  on his arln that' itched; For safa'  keeping he was'placed in the[ goal  until "medical .afte.ndan.ee could be  procured,.' It' *was shown that he  was Buffering from scarlet faver,  He''was removed to a 'tent .near  p.- Stuart's residence', 'where he  could, foe carefully attended to. Of'  course the jail was afterwards fuin-  :'gated.i ���������   . : ..  ���������_; ^Uja:"  When next your watch needs attention leave it with Campbell, the  Abbotsford Watch-maker. Shop  io'cated in Clark's Genta' Furnishing store. .  HARRON BROS.  Emb Inters and Funeral Directors  Vancouver, Office  and  chapel   1034 Granvillts St/,     Phone 3486  NertL Yaneouve-r,       Office     and  STRAYED-Red yearling heifer o.n-  'to my place on 3rd 'Marchu   Owner can have sam'e hy paying expenses^   W. L. Barrett, odd Campbell p\ace, iCl'eairbrootk Road.  ^wmmmmmmmmmmMMmmmmmmimMm^m  For the Residence,  Store or Office.  ectric Power  For Factories and  Industrial Plants  MAJOIt S. S. SHAIirE,  JlT'iIier of Par3ii*ioiiiHr*f. Ar.innnii'ilon  for over twenty years, being major  in-the 14th, and is an ardent athlete  in which connection he owns some  (nship_trophi.es.  Convenience       Comfort      Economy  Attention will be given to all applications tor service from our lines.  Address air enquiries to  Light and Power Department  Holden Block, Vancouver.  lolumbia Electric Raiiw;  M  if  '������'?]  lUV  I  nttVMn ^yiiti-f^irv^firM^f  'W������*ft*ifii������XrV;"(iM"'ftf"'i^/'ifcK*^'lvrV^

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