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 ft  9j'  m  m  Hi  ������>Bb  l-ffi  wm  1  m  \m  I  |;i  1'  RES  M.  I  mBt  ff |fl)yg  1  m  rji   '  m  i  Eg*  >i  W  m  1  IS*1'  \?fi  Htm j  1h1  % -������  Vol. V., No. 21.,  OFFICIAL PAr^ER OF THE GRANt*LOYAL ORDER OF BOOSTERS  ���������i .     * >���������' -.  ��������� \  ABBOTSFORD, B. C., FRIDAY:   OCT.-4,   1912    ' * ��������� 'I  .'     ,fi f     )   r ���������  -      ��������� > ,   h.,  >;8 ; ., ,  $1.0Q,PER~; YEAR  PUBLICITY BUBSiU TO  ���������'���������'" ' ��������� lEET AT HANET,  Tho -next Imeetdfng of the Eraser  Valley 'Municipal'5 Bureau   will   be  ���������held at Haney -qn' Tuesday Oct. 8th  iri'tihe board [of trade roomisl; there  It is expected t!hat'"a'large attendance wiill-'lbe preisetft as -tihis Is one  meeting that tells"1 whether the biir-  eau  quits  busimess^or' geLs  busy.  Every .board>'<������ tr|ide'and/eVery  m.unicijpal ��������� douinciK Sii  (the" Fjraser  Valley is^eratMed. ������������ a'membe^.at  the .meeting.'     ���������;/ $_ *;f   '       -   >"   '  Numerous; rxieet^'gs ��������� oi ' the " bur-  'eau have'Jnow\tiee$;h^ld%a,ndJt has  developed ^h^tVq'eonstitution has  ai yet /bten'ipireseaited to the.-mem-  b?P -0lfJ.'t-h-e ���������m'oaifthly', meetings. ' if,  the bureau is "to'be-a success which  At 'W^co^fideoittly^exiP.eeted that* it  "vvdir.jth'ejre, should be something do-.  ing;;^afe&ty jsoo/q.;- ' At; the 'Mission  Cic^;me^jirjgw  a .; resolutiom " was..  BOARD OF TRADE ;     .,  WILL MEET MONDAY  brought*!djward that caused con*  BidOTableydiscussioDtf and passed ai  'that meeting, ib-uf ripj sooner did the  CWekmlinster' delegates/go (home  '���������than ihey /started toV&nock $hei re-  flb^tdon;~st^tibg'^hfefrwa^an': iiri^  \ppss!ilbijl/i!ty,.0Of,' course it  was   an*  impossibility, but,why un the-world  dlid tlhe delegates-not- say sot when  they-had (the. o^pp or lenity  at the  meeting.. "      . .  , At ,tihe Huntingdoin -meeting ��������� a  'motion was' 'brought .-forward ,'to  have* a .committee. appointed to  dTaf t,iajp a constitution -arid 'by-laws  but the matter.wa's'laid over. Until  a later meeting. > ':' ��������� , ���������,  Tlie rvalue . of .{the ' publicity bu :-  ,eau to tlhe valley ,is 'undoubted and  it> .would (be we'll for every board  of trade and. coum.cil to;joii.rJ������ in the,  work of organization aind be in a  position ito next' spring bring <a  lot' of new. settlers into the Valley.  The  Board  of Trade 'is- due jto  hold its next fmeeting qn.Monday,  October   Tibh in  the   board rooms,  and it is1 hopefi /that a large attendance" will Ibe pire'sent as there, are'  a mium(ber of communications that  require Ith'e a't/tention of the seeie-  Itary and the boards  The secretary  cannot "be expected to answer.all  fthe  conamTinica/tioins   without ,t'he  advice of the mem[bers o|the-board.  , Of laite tlie a'ttend/awce has not  been all'.that was'desired and iris  hoped,that jsoime of the members  will  interview the   treasurer ,and:  see bow they stand1 in ,orden to be  in   a po'sition to vote ;on any jin-  poirtarut m.atters thiat may come up  a-c the forthcoming meeting."  -��������� A .quesition; that is in, all pr'obab-  ilityto (be'brought belore the meei  ing is the line,of polacy( that js-'to.  ^.jpursued ;by the, board tot attract  the ^attention - of .Abbotsford -as,; a,  goodvcentral,(^otet f.or\trading^,in  conversation/; wilfch   a-member tllib'  w^ek;ihe.:stait"efd,thatit wasVau 6p>  portune time tnojw to boost "Abb<������tsr  ford .as' .the'cenitre#".of��������� th'e.'Frasei-  Valley  on /the 'south  side'of  the'  Fraser River.  .  Don't' forget the   date/���������Monday  October 7ith.^ .      >  .     '     '"  MATSP* FAIR HELD  81  .>i'  ,  The second annual' fair of, the  a-  pove'associa'6:on"was 'openVd Qv Mr  S.*-:A.  Cawley,  member  for, Ohijli-  ;Wack"'ridding .wlh'o   motored   down'  "frbm/ Cthiffiwack^acebrnfyanied'oy-' a.  party'bf friends in splendid'weather on tlhe"27tli.      '-\   ' ���������*''   " '-    i'  The^fttendan'ce at the fair was  all that cbuld'be desired' "ana the  exhibits were"''ex'cep,tion'aI dnJ'eacn "  and every class. \ ''    ~  ' Owing-':to having.'ieceiVed*"!tfee  list of prize winners shortly before  "going lo press;, a'' part, 'only! wMl  bepublislhed'this week, the balanco  following in the,next issue.,'  : The following are'the'prize'win- '  ners'as^awarded by tihe judges-..  ���������.DIVISION A-t-Horses. ���������   .-������������������'      :  ,  Heavy /draught-.horses, 1500. -Ibj,  or upwards-^ ,    *     '    '     ''/'-/������  ' wBw>odJ 'mare' Wifb.foa'l at foot,���������  'Jo's. Smitih, 2nd|,'E. Goudy.' ".!}..' -  ''��������� Colt'," two-Vears���������Jos. Patterson.  2nd'jE..G'oudjy.'": -       " ',-''"'-  '. >C<oHt,.ope year���������E. Goudy.^n'dE.  G-oudy.������������������-1--.  -���������;���������?"'.   -T'    ���������' ���������0-,j ���������-<������������������' .<-  : Sucltling'- f'0!al^ok":kmitli'in'b"'M.:'  D. 'Mjorrisbn.        , \ >    .  Span Horse's, heavy draught���������Jos  Smith.-,1'   vJ-":'������:     '���������        ;-;"."'.  :������������������'-���������   i   i������' .. *���������- .  ,���������'',  ���������       '  'BOBRERS TURN -TRICK    ���������  T ?".' AT MISSION CITY  Noted  for Fresh  Groceries and  Choice Blends of Teas  A Full   Line  of  Dry  Boots and   Shoes  Special Prices  Goods,  Leave your order for preserving peaches, $1 crate  TNE SILVEO: SPOON BRIGADE  As   the   result , of . the' j3umnjsr  shoot of the gun club, a mumber'of  the members, are nojW the ,poades-  ���������sors of silver spoons, contributed  IbjtDr. iSwift.   The spoons are^.oi  course, handsome aind well worth  taking home as a  so/uvenir of, the  summer's shoot.   The" following are  the fortunate holders of the apo^us.  Geo. jC. CJ,ark, two; T. York^ two:  ^M. (W. Copeljand', Les  Murray, T.  H., Walters, W.. Longfelio;w, 'tf. A.  Howe, T. Hutlton, one.each.  [Geo. :C. Clark iwoh the jixedal, for  .the highest average���������sfaooit during  the season, lhavijng shoit |a,t ,88S> pigeons and making . a percentage vt  67f;3: He is ,also ^the winner of/ the  gun case, (firing (350 with'ani average of 73.3. The Dupont" troohy  has ,yet to be. shoft /or| and^ a date  will be lai-ranged1 (for this week,  A1 young lady eaid this-week that  the Bingle /men ^wifth a s^oo^' .will  now sure jbe spojoiny.  , The quietness of the town of Mi->  sion  City on   a   Sunday evening  afforded the safe crackers to get  in '^heir work alt .the store of,Al  DesBrisay and |get out off towji^ before .notice of 'their presence could  be  given  the proper  auithorjlifg.  Some" $200 and some valuable,papers 'were secured and taken away.,  By the way "the -safe was drilled  and iblow-n  oipe/n  it  was apparent  that  the  robbers   were  not jnere  amateurs.   The po'llce have no ciac������  of them 'so far. ^        ���������; ,   ,  Co-incident I'with the abo,ye robber^- and on the' same morning, '.:  is reported 'that a passenger on  the-C. P. R. 5iad lost some $6003 iv  travellers cheques and money, ana  that: another man'had the misfn-  tune to lose the clothes in which  he carried all -his money. Trouble  'never comes single handed.  PRESBYTERIANS HAVE A PIANO  V.  The annual Harvest ^Home on-  cert of tihe Mt. 'Lehman Presbyter-'  ian oburchdwill be ,held l"h the  church there on Saturday Octr>;b<jr  112th. The harvest home services  were /held last Sunday when 1'vof.  Taylor o/f Westminster Hall, Vancouver, conducted the (services.  The decorations for the day were  the mo/st beautiful and-appropriate  that coiu'ld be desired.  ,Tthe Presbyterian church here baa  Installed a (pialno to assist in the  musidal services of the .,'church  There its a great difference betwen  tihe ''maiaic of the present day, and  ,the tdme that the precentor rose  and led tlhe -services on the Sat-  -baifb tiiayj.    (J  \.< '*, ���������  The, new Pre^yterian church at  Clayburn was opened.recently.and  is /a credit to 'tihe townfi Clayburn'  has now.their own church, their  c?wn. minister land their own manse  for'the minister to reside in,t Tho  civimih is 'capable of seating soma  400 people, land1 is ,built of^brick out  aide and 'finished inside .of fino  White ibrick. The other furnishings  are "equally good, The ladies have  also buiilt a small ball for (the holding of their meetings.  I Agricultural���������.^.. .  !'��������� BTood'-mare* wit'h fbal^ at -foot"--  Taylor Bros.,' 2nd>E. GoUdyr'*''1'-  ;' Colt.^t wo years���������T. Thqm"ps6n,������nd  B.\Go.ndy;"  -'\>f ..   "';. ^'4-,    .''  '   Colt,-qne year���������Ei-Goiidy,''"2nd L.  DeL'air.'   ���������       '      ������������������. '���������  < '������������������,.'  'SucKMng foal���������E. Goud'y, 2nd"A:/  L. Bates?  '-*.-''-- ;   '  .t Span   horses 'fin.-harnesa^-Frank*'  Cioglhlan, 2nd' iJ. Olsen. ,"   " :  Roadsters��������� . -.'/���������  -     ,v     '*'  Brood mare w'itb foal at' foot���������Ir.  DeLair, 2nd iGe'o. (Alexander./  Colt,  two years���������L. DeLair;" ^  Colt,;.on'e   year^-Dan Nicholson,  T. H. Lelunan.;', "      ,/        v '"  Su'cki'ng   foa-i-E. Uoudy, 't/ud G*.  Alexander.      ���������>     * ' *  '"'v-~  Driving Team -din;'Harnes4���������C T,  Purver, 2nd iWrnrMille'r.   '' : *  ���������Single driving horse in Karriess���������  ���������Dan, Nicholson,'2nd; D. Stafford  . Saddle' ihbrseAWm.  'Miller, ,2nd  E. G. iWestlin..   ������������������     \  .  '  Heavy.-, draught,. stallion", ; .pure "  bred���������S.f- S. TDeLair, ..2nd. Wm. Elliott. ' ; 'v . '  Roadster stallion, puro bred���������Wm  Elliott, 2nd, J. A. Tapper."  DIVISION-B*-Cattle.   ; ' '���������'"      '  .  ShorlT Horn��������� .   '-*-.'���������'  Cow, any ago-Wm. EJriott, 2ud  Wm. lElliatl. .    ,. \  Heifer, any tige-T^ra. !"EllioU.  Jerseys��������� v   .  Cow, 'any 'age���������Martin Mcleod,  Wm. Elliojtt. ���������  \.     - |     '(y:;  neper(���������zr'ttaxtiia   JBTcLeodV'  Ayres'hires���������  -  Cow,  any oage-VWin. Elliott.  Calf-Wm. Elliott.      ���������'. . "���������  'DIVISION   D.,-Pigs. .;..rv  Yorkshire and  Chester*'"Whits���������  Boar, tf>ure ubred^kv.F:Page, 2uu  H. P.'Page. ���������   ' '������  Sow, jiny age-^H."P. Page, 2ndH  P. Page. ' * .���������_,*> .  ���������  So'w.'and litter���������H.-P.vjPagJe.  DIVISION E^-DOGSV- *  Collie Dog-  W. King.  -C. P.. .M.yBQM, 2nd  E.  rCpQitinued on Page. Two.) J  Qffll ABBOiTSPORD POST,  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  *������ ������    ���������.*���������t- ���������*������������������������-  ^ib..a^i>.^  4.-Tf^p   ���������  sa������  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  Published   every   Friday   by   the   Post  -    Publishing Comply.  A,>weeJ4y,Journal demoted; to the lnter-  ������ciUt-.,������f--<AMM)tsf-ard and auu ending dis-  Hrlctj.   '    V  Advertising Hates pnade tarrcm.. ta application.  LEGAL. ADVERTISING���������12 cents per  linejfor first insertion, and 8 cents a-line  for all subsequent consecutive insertions.  ������nip Bhlbboiffth���������'������otta������r for nor agin'  the  C|OT������nuii������nt.  ���������Lii.iiiiiiiijyiianiu'.mMiii  FRIDAY,   OCT. 4.    1912  gagtB  . .When Jiewa els scarce and, things  are (Slack  ��������� I>en't roam (tlhe office looking blacte,  But. Ih&ve isome piquant thingfi to  ������ay -  '   Of those who WalH from Canada.  ��������� *   *  Don't'pdgih. for ordinary news,  But seize your style and abuse  .Witftv;^!ll-the venom, at qomman.d  - ilppa.extfe from.thiat fayojredlaa.d,-  * *   * -<.  .  Th������ ordinary reader begs.  ��������� JP������������.*Baa;.witlh.bacon and withi. egfgs  - .-,&������ ������xtra lapeeial condiment  ���������Invective tihiat is violent. <���������*  ��������� *   *   *  TJae ������5a������adiaB :i������-ao good, and great  . Jfa ������o|ndJuct,������o immaculate���������  Tq contemplate him bestirs the bile  Qf .'dwellers in this backward isle.  -  ^ , j������ . * ." *  ftov.igreen wdtlh jealousy .arid spite.  ' .T������e 'Hove to Aee, our writera .writer  ��������� 'AbusV for (all. they are worth!  Of these���������the greatest fo'.k on earth.  It h$S' "been"the privilege ,of this  pajnsr ^R> 3*ave cojoteiderable difficulty ip fifetUng ^he'regular news, of.  /.���������the-d^itricti��������� 'JWe are' always pleas-  ^������������������^'^p^J^peMC0;al items, which  V 'are   adway.8  oi  iaiteretft.'to   other.  ireodergr;:- iWfo'en y.o(u"k������o.w anything,  .;;. spootl fland tit to.the Post '   .  "BOOSTOR BfeAT IT"  A certain (booster club recently  organized at (fche lalst meeting held,  decided to get *rd ojf the felloVa  .igfeotf afigfc (tkeir nose i'n othert people'* businessy, instead1 of minding  ' ���������tioifr-iQfflRU', or-always starting something $hat wouM not. help the town  jtloiisrf, and tlhe fallowing was the  . result otf tiheir evening's deliberation and -serious tihought.,   It    was  sent this paper for publication,  ^Bl^.i&er read's. :v    ���������   ���������   '  ���������WHER&4& TlbJere is an individual] whom-'we <have .alt met, an lu-  . dividual ���������:of. ��������� ibath -sexes, who f ar  eom������ reaBom caanot see that he  caiipot or -waiH not praise tihe beaut-  , 4e*'o4-ih^..home tawin,.acceipitJts real  and fancied disadvantages cheer-  -. ^ly^teogganzihg in them a manifestation of tihe eternal law of con*  ^e^Ation-or. (balance, <has no moral  right to,.rejaain . !& -barnacle on;, tie  . .c^amujiity, ibuit, lehouldtpurchase a  .^oing. afld. one-jy>ay ticket to nobody  ^v^sra-bean^here, and  ''WE^RE/AH; 'That hoJlqw-faced,  Unterp'-ia/flgid lawing-tongued individual .sfe Wad ;|be 'made to. know,, if  jKweibte, "wUte������e <he standi in. the af-  f ecU'cm* of 'the people of 'hisj. to,w,n,  - 4&er������ beifit  RES������S*VE&, $y ������tlhe Booster Club  txf/ Bo^atervitle, What ito the vocabulary "oi tfihft 'NopthJwest be added  ,, the iphrasV:   "Boost or Beat itj'r  FAIR HELD  ���������ID SPHIID WEATiiE  (Coivtu������ied Prom Page Onte)  gV)������ TjerrieriSr-Jas. Bailey, .^ndG  'Motrlo. ���������;���������[;���������:.  ^pp6ea������--Jaa  ^aileyv -2nd   |ioo:  Martin.     \ ''���������'���������'      ������������������'������ '���������>..,���������. t V..-.  >?DWWZ08 P.���������Poultry.  B^m^^^^r-^-. Ofwen, 2nd" A  JS.Bvtes.i ���������'..''  W$m Wyandottesr-C.-.-Hill-Toat;  R. Owen. ." ' ' .  '   M4^rea, '!black~E. G. .WeBtlitt.  ���������������������������'��������� ^egibo^^. mhite-^A. A.  Houift'i*,   James Owen.'  ���������Leghorn, IbrojWin���������B. G.  Westlin  Leg-hioms, buff���������A. L. (Bates.  _Duchs,  Pekim���������H. .P. Page,  2nd,,  Maiitin McLeod. i  Rabbiits���������J. T./Ai^ih���������2nd E.    "G.  West-liin.  Pigeoin���������E. G.-'WesiUin. \  Hems   eggs, kbroiwn-rWm, _ ^Batos,  2nd T. iH.Lefhman. ���������    .  Hen ,eggis, iwlhiite���������T. H. Lehman,  2nd E. .'and -G. de la Giroday.,  DIVISION G.���������Dairy Produce and  .Honey. * -_  . 10-I'b> crock dairy butter���������Philip  Jackman, 2jn;di 'Mrs. iJaco,bsoj)..  l'lb'. ^private dairy-butter���������Martin  ,McLeod, 2oid Mrs. Jacabson.     '   ^  5 lbs. private-dairy butter���������Mrs,  Jaeoibsom.  Honey in comlb���������Merryfield Bros.  12 lbs.'extracted honey���������Mrs. Ma-  chel, 2nd Merryfield Bros.  DIVISION H.-Vegetables.  Cauiiflowerr-P.   Conroy,  2xud   E.  and G. ide la G'iroday.  Cabbage,   white���������P.  Conroy,  2nd  [-1. C. -Sm'jtih.  Cabbage, red���������P. Conroy, $n.d C.  T. Purver. ���������  Cabbage,  isavoy���������C. T." Purver  Carrots, red���������Pihillp Jackman, 2nd  R. Owen.       ,'  Beets, half. Looig���������W. J. Marsh, 2nd  R. Beaton.'-    i  Beets, turnips���������R. Owen, 2nd A  L. Bates.      [  Citron���������A. O. 'Thomipison, 2nd D.  B. McDougal. ���������    t  jfumpjvi'ns*-iVvm.   Bariuso/n,   '^rio.,  H. C. "Smith. ������������������  *     ' -  . Squash--P. Conroy, ,2nd M. For-.  guson.\       ' i      ���������       ��������� ���������  'Red ojiions���������Pihilip' Jackman, 2nd  P. Conroy.' ���������    (  White iOnicais���������Philip  .Jackman ���������  2nd "P. Comroy.  Parsnips���������*Mrsj   S. iA.  McLagan,  3nd Geo. Alexander.  .Tfcmatoes���������PthiiLi^ -Jackman,   iiid'  C. T. Purver. i '"   '  lOucumbers���������R.   Beaton, '2nd    'R.'  'Owen. < _ '"  Cucumbers, pickling���������R. Owen.  "  ��������� Corn���������Wm. Harruson, 2nd M.Fer-:  ���������gu'son.;'        , '  ��������� Rbubarb���������T. H.'-Aish.    ,   .  (Lettuce���������A. L. rB'aites. r :; -..  (Greeaj. ^eans���������A. iO.  Thompsoft-,  2nd A. .L.-"-Bates. '"-  Wax beaiKis���������2nd Mrs. J. B. Miller.  - Brussels sjpmout's���������R. Owen, 2m*L,'.  Ma-rtin McL^ad.: .��������� ,'       . , .        ;: v!  DIVISION H.���������Vegetables.      ��������������������������� I ���������  Potatoes, RociheBter -rose���������Jamas  Gibaqn, 2nd M. Eerguson.  Potatoes,  Beauty >of  Hebron���������R.  Owen.  Potatoes, gold coin���������Philip, Jack-  man , ! ������������������  Potatoes,   red���������D.  B.   McDougal,  2nd A. '-L. Baites.  ' P.-itr-!'joas;  wb'ite���������R.  Owen,  and.;  D. B. McDougal..  Potatoes, largest���������D. B. McDougal, <2.nd>'M. Ferguisom.  DIVISION I.���������Field Produce.  /Mangolds,  gtobe���������R.  Owen,  '2nd  Wm. Smith. ^    t  -Long, red���������E. and G. de la( Giro-  day, 2nd' -R. OJw(ejti.  Tankard���������R. Olwen. i '2nd    H.    V.  Page. ,  Turnipis, .Swede���������J. '"VK. Carlson, 2"  M. Ferguson. --���������  Turnip's, any variety���������J. ,W. Carlson.  Carrots,, red���������2nd R.' Owen.  Carrots, ".wfli'ite���������P."'Comroy,  2nd.,  M. Ferguson. .������,  Pumpkins���������W. J.'Marsh, v v '  .Kale-2n.d  Jame ���������sGibson. ^  Corn, enisilage���������D. B. McDoagaJ,  2nd' J. W. .Carlson. " ''   '  Bale fhay���������J. 'W. iCarl-son.  DIVISION J.���������Fruits. Flowers aad  AppLeB���������  Gravempteijnr-Taylor  Bros.,   2nd.  R. Owen.      i  King of Tompkina���������Dan .Nichol-  scm, <2?nid/ R. O.wen.  W,eaLt!hy���������R. Owen, ^nd M.  Ferguson. ^  NcrbhersV Spy���������Jao.  Owen,  Cnd.,(  Merryfield Biyois . ;.  ���������,^i;vme9 Golden���������P. Conroy.  BerJ  Davis���������Jas.  O^ven,  2nd    R.  Owen.;. ������.'���������' ./ i  Bljjie Pearmain���������W. J. Marah.  Canada Red���������R. Owen.  Golden. Ru-sset���������Merryfield Bros.,  2nd Martin McLeod.  Wolf River-'Dan Niicholaop, 2nd ,  Alex McCaltuom.'    r   '���������. .':.  fealAwto���������Martan   flTcLeodc iJnd  jgpitzenburg���������M. Ferguson.  Wihesap���������Merryfield .Bros.  Pewankee���������Taylor  Bros.. 2nd  M.'-  Fergui&on.     '      ��������� '  (Duchieas '(p',A'ng!OU,'lien|e^-rMartiii, ,  McLeod, 2nd P. Conroy.  Hxibbardsto n^otoauch-^artLa &.'  McLeod, 2nd E. T. Philip's.  - Rhode' Island' 'Greening���������Merry-,  field,"Bros.,,/ , - '     '  ;A������y- other variety���������Taylor Bro������,  2nd James Owen.������.;._,  :Largest; any variety���������Mrs.��������� S. A-  McLagan; 2nd fW. P. Smiitih.  Hyislojp���������M.  Ferguson, -2iid   Mrs.  F. C. Stocker.       ' '     * ~        ���������   ��������� ���������������������������  Ajny'   other ��������� variety���������Merrvtie!d  Bros., 2nd M. Ferguson.      - '.   .    ���������  Bartletts���������Martin & McLeod, 'Jnti  M. Ferguson. '  (Winter   N el Lis���������Merryfield iBros.'  Duchess D'A-ngOjuliene���������! 'A. ��������� O  Thom-son.  > Ajiy .otlher ��������� variety,  falll���������Merry-  fie'ld Bros., '2|nd Maijtiin & McLeod.  Any other variety, winter���������Merryfield Bros.,'2nd E. T. Phillip*.  Grapes, colored���������R. Owein.  Dam!So,n���������Merryfield   Bros. ���������  Italian���������R. Owen. 2nd Merryfiold  Bros.    ��������� ��������� .   -i.  .Any oitlher variety���������M.-Ferguson,  2nd1 Merryfield Bros.  Blackberry���������J. T. Aish, -.2nd A.  L .Bates.-  ���������   2 -boxes packed apples, Niarbhern  Spy_James Owen, 2nd.M: Fergus'in  2 .boxes packed-apples, Gravenstein��������� R. Owen. ���������  2 box-eH packed,sany- variety���������It.  Owen, 2nd E.-W. (Kinig .  2 'boxes packed,-Fall Pippin,���������M..  Ferguson.' ,  - 2 boxes .packed pears, any variety,  ���������M.,Ferguson.  DIVISION iK:���������Ladies' Work.  Best collection 'jams���������Mrs. A. L.  Bates,. {2nd,' 'Mrs. ",F.; C... Stocker.!  ^ Bes-.t cqJlec'.ion canned f/rudts���������Mrs  A< L."Biajtes, -2nd;Mrs. F.'pl 'Stacker.  ''1 Best "collection jeilies���������Mrs. A. L.  "Ba'tes',j-2in.'d,,'Mrs. J?'. C. Stocker"..  , "Best bottle Qf Jam or ,'jelly���������Miss ���������!  B.'lj;e{bmain, '2nd Annie ".Goqd'c'hiida.  "'." Mrs.'.Geo. Haverinah's ��������� display of  s'traWDerri'e's "'highly, "cbinmended.  ' DIVI^ON" J.-Flower������..  ,. ;Qt.tfbps :'bahilias���������M'rss'���������, L^, Purver,  '-���������2nd:T/H������Le3ijmlain. ���������"''���������:;$"  ' Specimens Fudhiia���������T.'H.' Lehman.  '-" CcJlle.ctri(Oin DabMas^Miss L;v Pur-  '���������ver; "2h,d<-T.:'H. ^e^ismah.';' ���������  -^Specimen searlet���������T. "H/'Lehman.-  "Show Dahlias���������T. H.;Lehman,i2nd.  Mf-s.:.M.'-'Ferguson.-. '������������������"--.���������  ��������� "Coliecstibin Sweet peas���������Mr*. J. B.  Millar, 2nd T. H. OL.eh.man.  Oollectipm pansleB���������Miss ��������� L. - Pur-  ver,.;2nd(.T. H: Lefhman.  Collection Gladdolia-s���������T. H. Leh-.  main; ;2nd- G.;H. Haverman.  :   <7ollectioin> Asters���������R. Owen, 2nd  Mrs. -F* C. -Sitoick������ra.  ^ptee^mens,-��������� {any .(Variety���������J. (W.  i.Oadson. 2nd Mrs.. J. BJMiller.  ���������Cb>lieciti!on Roses���������Miss - L. 'P-urver  inicl" T-H. Leihmian.  Qollectiiom Nasturtiums ��������� A. O.  Thioimson, 2nd G. * H. Haverman.  OaHeetian Phlox���������Mrs. M. Ferguson.  DIVSIION  Eir-Cihildren'B  Li3t.-  Boy. or-gar luhder 14 years vo'f age  .'Oookingr-  Best loaf of white bread���������Mabel  Giibs-on.  ��������� Best 'hemstitched handkerchief���������  -���������Elizabeth? Gtofodchilds. ���������  Dressed  doll��������� Elizabetta    Good-  ohJiids.  .  Boy or-Girl', 12 to 16^  -Best loaf-wihite bread���������Roy Gibson,-2nd "Annie G'oodchildo.  .Best haif dczen buttonholes���������Annie G'oo'dchiiilds, 2nd Easter Carlsoh.  Darniing on Sock���������Lucy Owen,  Best (patched three-corner (tear-  Lucy, .Owen,'2nd Annae Goodchilds.  Hemstitched Tray 'Cloth���������Atynie  Goodah'iUds.     <    .    ,   (   ���������    v ;  u.&  Exjhdbii't school work���������Ridgedale  school, 2nd1 Glenmore scho,Oil.  Matsquliy Mt. Lehman and Bradner sc/hoola highly commended.  Tray carved by Mr.'Miller, Jr.,  'iuigh'iy commended.  DIVISSION K.-^Ladies' Work.  Cooking��������� ^ '   . (   "       ,  Best loaf wihiite (bread���������-Mrs. J. T.  ���������A'iah,, 2nd. Martin & McLeod-,  Best lhall'f dozen-rolls and buns-~  Mrs. J. (W. Bates, 2nd Martin, & McLeod.     ��������� !  Fruit, loaf and layer cake���������Mrs  .   (Continued on Page Four)  Limericks to Cork You  There was a young girl at Pike's Peak,  Who, with her lover went driving last week,  When lo! the neck yoke, flimsy center, it broke,    .  And with a crash, in a jiff, all went over the cliff,  With, a terrible clatter, their remains they.did scatter.  While away to its goal, flew each'little aoul..  Let us give you a poke���������if they hacl used a  Little Giant or a Mountaineer Yoke  Their address this week, instead of heaven, would still be  Pike's-Peak. '    '    ,  ���������  '. ���������   ��������� BUY ONE FROM  B. J. GERNAEY  .ABBOTSFORD,  B.   C.  Abbotsford  Livery, Feed and Sales Stables  When you require, a comfortable rig;  one that ieels good and looks good;  ring up /  CURRIE &��������� -McKENZIE  Bright Sunny Days  and Cool Evenings  recalls the fact that jast winters heater ought to  be replaced by a new one. [ *  Our heaters are uptodate and the prices right:  Get a Cold   Blast  Lantern  before  the  wet  weather sets in. -    I   -  ;  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.:<i  Jas;,Elliott " ���������        ������������������    ' ..Manage]  If you are looking  for Bargains in  Town Lots, Farm Land,  Dairy -or Chicken  Ranches   .  ee M. L. McPHEE  Insurance-Fire and Life,.  Telephone Connection    !\  one half mile from centre of the town  New six room house with fire place.  Barn 16x;30; 100 fruit trees ;small fruits  of all kinds ;nice creek running through.  Apply for terms and price to;  c  CV-^3. ���������v���������������*-f~*i i���������1��������� n-" y i -' i"~i ~u"  \y ���������  THE ABBOTSFORD irOST,      ABBOTSFORD, B 6,  i      .*.VA    t^-���������yi  J-1  " j.^ J���������   '4.     "���������- i.   "*   i  pmm  Gents' Furnishings, Boots, Shoes  For the wet Weather  Rain Coats , ���������   ', - $4.00 to $10.00  Oil Clothing, per garment $2.10 to $3.00  Rubber Boots -   \ $4.00 to $7.50  Umbrellas -    ,       $1.25 to ^2.00  GEO. C. CLARK,Abbotsford,B.c.  17,aJTW^l/iLI a  HOTEL  j Mcelroy a cd.  LIQUORS,   WINES  AND   CIGARS  \'  OF THE BEST QUALITY  Cor. Essendene Ave. and Oscar- St,,  CITY  9CBB-  =������B8������  8  '     abbotsford; b?cs  Strictly first-class in every respect.1  The bar is  stocked with" the best of- winesr liquor and ..cigars, . .  RATES,  $1.50 TO $2.00  PER'. DAY  -PECK-HAM-& HUTTON  PROPRIETORS  9<SB:  ���������������B9������  BUTCHER V-  Pork, Mutton, }^ee'f, Veal, Pork Sausages,   Weinies  I' and Balogna always 'on hand.   , Fish every ��������� Thursday  ft-  Henoerson &  (Associate  Members Can.   Soc. C. E.)  Civil Engineers  R. A. HENDERSON  B. C. LAND   SURVEYOR  Office, next P. O.  P. O. Box 11  MONTREAL.  THE STANDARD is the National  Weekly Newspaper of tho Dcrr.inlcr  of. Canada. It Is national-In all liz  uims.  It uses the most expensive engravings, procuring the photographs fron  oil over tho world.'  Its articles arc carefully.selected an:  its editorial policy is thoroughl:  independent.  A subscription to Tho Standar  costs $2.00 per yoar to any address i.  Canada or Great Britain.  TRY IT FOR 1922!  Montreal   Standard   Publishing   Co.,  Limited, Publishers.  Eyeight Specalist  Manufacturing Optician  Does the Finest Optical  Work.  Medical men and others  pay tribute to his skill.  793 Granville- St.  Vancouver  Cost" o'f "One "Pyrairfd  It has been estimator!- that to rebuild the pyramid of Cheops under  modern conditions an expenditure of  $100,000,000 and tlie lal our cf 40,000  men for two years would be required.  The work really required,-it' Is calculated, the services of 100,000 men  for thirty years. ' The; pyramid '- occupies a.space of. 12% ^acres and is  746 feet high/and contains .about 145,-  816,000 cubic yards oi stone and  granite. It Is built on,a* solid rock  160 feet deep.        ������ ,-     \  Semi-ready .'Suitsi.  t  .. .  LOOK for,.the price���������and name-sewn y  In the pocket���������always the tame.  Ask your. Clothier-and send 'for' style  book and eample ol " King's Own"  Eerge at $20. Send directtcrSemUready,  Limited, Montreal, for book entitled  "8irl" If ycu cannot get It in town.  r* '  How are you fixed with your supply of stationery for the Fall  Business?   Remember, there is an old proverb which says"A  man is known |by the company He keeps."   To this has been  . added the following, which is equally correct and meant es-  ; ; pecially for you "A merchant is known by the quality and  style of his stationery?'   Of course you wish to rank among ,  those who have reputations as good business men. Well then,  get your printing done at this office, where rlrstclass material'-'*  and workmanship are combined with right prices.   The busy  r season will soon be here, so get your orders in before the rush.  ���������... *  ���������:. IX >  o t s i o r  OS  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  1  WHAT 'CANADIANS  ��������������������������� ARE DOING-  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  REV. S. D. chown, d;d.  Western Superintendent  .'   Methodist; Conference  , When that'G. O^'m. of Methodism,  Dr. Carman, delegated tlie more onerous duties of superintending the western work to a younger mind, it was  realized' at 'the conference 'that there'  was no better man to-take up the  work than -Dr. Chown who had al-r  ready shown executive ability of ho  mean, order.  REV. S. I). CHOWN, D.D.  Since his appointment Dr. Chown  has so ingratiated' himself to the  Westerners with-his earnestness and  , aptitude for work-that the members  of the Methodist church feel that in  'the genial doctor they have one in  whom they can place the utmost confidence.  MADAME'ALBANI~  ; 'No hereditary Sovereign is more of  ,a National Institution, in the best  ,sense of the world, than this woman  who has hound every province in the  wide Dom'ihiion "more closely, together,  and has come back to us after every  fresh -triumph more than ever our  own.  Albani, educated, musically in an  "American city, reflects credit on the  neighbouring- republic; Albani, the  beloved singer' of the- dead Queen  Victoria, was ea'sifly 'the favourite  Prima Donna .of England; Albani, the  cosmopolitan cantabrlce, has been a  -notable figure >in Europe; but it' is  Ailbani, the'Canadian,'a woman simple  of soul, pure 'of lifer high of ideal,  'pre-eminent in faithful art that we  especially claim from the national  standpoint. . <  She is the daughter of-Joseph and  Molina Lajeunesse of, the ancient  'family of St.- Louis, and was born in  ChambUy, Que.; in -1847. ' The singer  was educated ( at an English , school  at- Plattsburg,1 -N.Y., and later at1 the  convent of'the. Sacred Heart at -Sault  au Recoilet, Que. Her first musical  training came from her father, himself a skilful musician; and at the  aire of" seven lyears_we 'find. the., little  gvN:"^&SkSSg"^W llrsT appearance In  i public under the auspices of certain  influential citizens, in the Mechanics'.  Hall, Montreal.' 'Later she came a  teacher of singing and .piano* atv the  convent 'of ,the- Saored. Heart. Ambition ^spurring her 'on, however, .the  young "singer left shortly for Paris..  On one occasion" she sang for Prince'  Poniatowski, the,rioted'critic who admired-her. voice, hut remarked/"Her  shake is. not correct." "Ah! .replied  'Lamperti; 't'hat will be all' right. She  is like a bottle of soda,water; I have  only; .to draw .'the cork, and out' it  comes."  Years of study followed, resulting  in a debut as "Messina" in .1870 under  the nom .de-theatre'of-. Alhani.' She  .came . under the management of' Mr.  Frederick Gye, who soon' afterwards  became her husband: Her triumphs  hiave become, a world story at London,  St. Petersburg, Paris, Edinburgh, Berlin, Malta, New York, and on to the  "coasts "Qf Africa and Australia.  frig, handling and stonige">f7hjgh~~ex-  plosives. ' An explosives'' 'division  'under Dr. ".Haanel is how'-'being established, and prepar-abion'-yis" being  ��������� made for, the, erection of a testing  station.'' '       -    - ���������  ARCHBISHOP BIIUCIIESI,  Montreal.'  One of'"tlhe- principal'''factors in  Archbishop Bruchesi influence' is his  splendid, 'tact .for .every* -.one ycoming  ���������. AUCilBlSES1*? BRTCIIESI  ���������    '..;'������������������v ; ���������   :���������> ���������, ; .?"-  ;-\\ ,    ^    ���������  from his presence .^y.be' thcty' CatJhollc  or 'Protestant"��������� fcei'; th'&tjitttey;' have  a friehd'ih the "Arch'bi^hOp."^-v"  Born in Montreal in rl$8&.%b;e Archbishop was eduoatcd at ilontreal College and. Mont-real Sc$i;\$r^an,d-also-  studied in Paris"arid' lib me'.'* -..'He' .was '  ordained .-priest in 18-78 and'^rchbishop  of Montreal'.in'1837.     ">������������������ '!���������'>������������������'���������   ���������    i  FRANK T. SHUTT,  . , Dominion Chemist.  , The importance as fertilizers of any  plant from seaweed at the coast to  clover in the interior of the country  is- -ascertained for Canada by Mr.  Frank T."'Shutt, M.A.,' F.I.C., F.C.S.,  -F.R.S.C. - Dominion Botanist, and his  sta.ff at-Ottawa.  Seated in the midst of a formidable  army of bottles, flasks, bnnsen burners, test tubes, sca^s. etc., Mr. Shutt  directs 'his work, sending broad-cast  instructive bulletins on the nitrogen-  enrichment of, soils, through the  growth of clover, 'the effect of subsurface packing on the soil moisture-  content, and kindred subjects. These  questions may seem to have little importance to others than farmers, but  in reality they concern every consumer of Canadian bread indirectly in  a very vital way. Without wheat there  is no flour without flour no bread;'  without proper soil and moisture, no  wheat and consequent'/ no bread. It  is thus with the very fundamentals of  farming that Mr. Shutt has to deal���������  with the soil, its fertilization, its irrigation! and in a general way preparation to bring forth the bounteous  harvests that make Canada f;-.mous.  Another branch of this work is the  examination of walers from farmers'  wells, dairies and cheese factories. By  'pronouncing on the water's whole-  someness, the department does much  to preserve the heoH'i both of farmers  and consumers of ^fm produce.  Recently, Mr. Shutt experimented  with three lecdirig varieties of sugar  reets on experimental farms at many  distant points in Canada. The results of the investigation show the  possibility of a large sugar beet industry in this country.  ~        DR. EUGENE HAANEL,  Ottawa.  As, surpertoterident of the Mines  branch of the Mine's .department, Dr.  Eugene Haanel is -rendering, valiant  "service to Canada in the development  of the- country's vast mineral ��������� resources. There are two branches of  the Mines department ��������� the Geological Survey and the Mines branch,  *he work of 'the latter being; largely  "economic.  Under-Dr. Haaoiel come the publication of , statistics Relative to mineral  production, the investigation of mineral areas, . preparation * of mineral  maps, and'the collect/ion of ore specimens for display in the national museum at Ottawa.  At the present time Dr. Haanel is  undertaking eipecial investigations  with regard to the peatlindustry. For  demonstration purposes' the depart-  .m'ent acquired a peat bog at Alfred,  Ont., on which a new peat machine  has been operated for the last two  seasons. Peat has already been sold  to the people of Ottawa, and. has been  in great demand. The lack > of coil  deposits in the provinces of lOntario  and Quebec and the high costNof imported fuels make the development  of peat fuel a matter of immense importance to the community.  . Ones branch of Dr Haanel's work  is to'keep the public informed on  mining and imetaHurglcal industries  of the country. Monographs 'have already been published on mica, asbestos, graphite, while others-on gypsum, eailit, building stones and copper  areas are under way.  The serious loss of life and property  during the past few years due to explosions in magazines where explo-  ives were stored, and the number of  casualties resulting from accidental  discharge of explosives on construction work emphasized the great necessity of governmental control and  7-gcruii.qfrli,irv2 cf_ th/>_ r'P'niifaf^nT.0.. -Jtest-  1 Who is, the 'highc'st-tfii(factor in  the 'w.brld? Th'e; Q'de'stion'.'is. not an  easy one to answer, but-'there"can" be  very.'' .few', stage ��������� celebritij5s-;6e������nmand-  ing so high a salary as'-j&I.' Le'-Bargy,  who has just sighed a'pori'tract with  the-'Porte, Saint Martin//Theatre at a  salary of '$25,000 a' Tehr," plus' 25 per  cent, of the receipts. Heiateo-has a  five years', engagement ,t'i?./ap.pear in  various parts of the .\>\;orh^. .and will  pnv' >in average(_oT $50;iX)'O a year  i....i,t 'period.- - ."':'<'���������. :���������' .'���������,'';' ^_   ���������  ���������.vw-tt'.'. -"��������� !i~-s- -.Z. Z.  ne  SHALL BOOijs._}}E--'BytttfrfDf  , Quite recently-/Lortl;-'.Roseberry declaimed agaaust:Cie^Systb'm;.;or "hoarding up thou'S'amd.b"0pcrf..fii56/iisands of  .books. i>n public 'g^, HjtfS^V^iihraries.  It is probably.;^c<^*^^many of  the bu'lky tomes'so" carei'di'iy-^-guarded  and stored will never-be-^''ffse^agaln;  but who shall weedvouticiwjtfbrks that  have lost ^heirvpr/c't'iaiu'^ij;.^'  Lihraj'i'es arc im oicj^as. "'ou^t civilisation. Aristotle poksess^dVar.' collection  of books, centuries bera're^tne Ctiris-  tiidn era, nrid^Pluta.'roh/mVAietf'SlJOO.OOO  of the curious vo!un;-o*.<)f.;;h4$5 day.  . As proof of Lhe^enoxitt^s number  '.if- books that" ��������� have' 'tve'ir'- thepherded  into 'public'kefjpihgl'i't 'v&tyj be 'men-  tioWd thait Uhe Bo*le:an' Library, at  Cw{������4'd, contains no fewer Cb4'nt600,000  vbhaJ.C3, and tlie AdvoclLos.'.:"Library,  hi Edinburgh, 430,000.'      '"'' ''  Eight Uicupfinfl- ralle'rv-v'-of fresh  water aro uped .in---.a..taT-^ot;battloship  laily. About two-thirds' ol'' this is  ij'kcn up by tlie''boilers,' and the  remainder is u^ed fc drinking, wash-  ng,  etc. ���������. ��������������������������� .  ��������� ,,_j>   Ab������ut Cigarelic Paper  Of the great army 'of cigarette  smokers there is, probably not more  'than' b'ne in a* lirmdno'd1 "who knows  that rice paper, :;i which the tobacco  !s" wrapped, liar, TCtby-g to do with  rice, but js. made from 'f,he������nWinbranes  of'tliP'br'eadfruU >'-ee, or',# rtiore commonly) of. fine r.ew;' trfrn'minss of  flax miii homp. So- light*' is this  paper that 500'of; ^he-jtinysheets go  to .make, an ouaje. .'-'Th'e'v: are perfectly combucL'ibliv'ar.d give off thr  miniihum ���������.ofxs.moke. . .'. .   .,_  ^  i' a  ' ,  i  R������fi  W*l  -' i : r  ."���������������������������' -'��������� ���������     ���������.. ' '"V-l ���������' l"(".  r-l"'-  > I '          * ���������  fcBB ABBOTSFORD POST,  v ^f^y^U-waa^-"' *���������!'.''���������" '*:>"v,'""/' "<  ���������������l->A^i.^(������t  -^rlra. .Gampbell iwlio was spending  a- tew days,at the Harrison Hot  Bpring-a,, returned (home .this week.  Mr. Geo.-jCOjpeland of Gfedlltwack  ,-Si-.a������..ans. a. visit/tchia son, M^Ware  , pop.eland, om Tueadiay/i  ���������.',."���������. . ���������, '���������   ~     .-'  Dr. O'Neil 'and Mr. O. Yarcho, uf  Vahtt&aiver, ispent tihe week end at  iktkie Lpd^le, ���������  -i  ,. i-.'^H'cvH''  v���������r--���������   ���������     '  Messrs- "Cook and Craig of .Van-'  oouvcr 'Spent''the week end shooting; oaiWJum'd'B Prairie at their headquarters...  otsrord oakery  A,;.Conservative banquet is tube  held at Mt. Lehman .in ithe early  part 0|f the /week. . '���������  Bread, Buns, Calces, Kisses, Cream Puffs  Wedding Cakes a specialty.  "T���������-"   . '  .' Mwij, Clark 'has  returned) Jhome  from -a' ,yiuit .'.ten friends in, Victoria.  v-Mrs./ yy.m. ,Camp:bell da home a-  gaiO;Iro]m Kamlqctps ,and our, jeweller haiB his usual pleasing amiie  on.again.'���������      ,   : ,  Fresh Cakes Every Day  !'  J ' ,  J J I 1 ^ 1L, ���������  Try our home .made taffy, 25 a pound ,  ALBERT LEE, PROPRIETOR  33=  ii  < i.,  ���������1  , M^.������Bra. Jl.BrOtwn, Of Glepcoe,Oiit,  ,-arudL" J..- Duguid of Edmojnton, are  the. ;gue?ta" of'������ Mr.. J.. Elliott  this  fceek.A*-,, -... .  .jJHra^'-H. MacKengie-as visiting in  j0eabtle ^hia; week.     ...  * *"!     *j i' ^ ^~~~ :   -j, ,OuriAfebot8ford baker, Mr. A. Let;  w^������..,3(iidfge.-!at th.e Maitsqui fair last  jv.eek'. He ,kn,orws good bread when  a������..Bjpeflv'it -anid. the (management*  ^hjere ..wanted., an .expert,. so they  sent for Mr. Lee. -.  . 3-libs. of dairy butter .in.pfunts���������  Philip Jackman,' 2nd Mrs. Jacobson.  ' Best be,ef animal���������>Wm.- Elliott.  Three best colts by Carlist Imp���������  Jo's. .Smith, 2nd M. H. Mornsot.v 3id  Jew. iSmith.  "% loaves' best bread���������Mid. Wm.  Harrison.  Best foal 1912 .by Claud huchan-  an, ���������Jos. Patterson, 2nd laylor  Pros  >  ��������� ���������  ��������� Best   art   needle   work���������MIjj   l>  MciGowna. '. ^  this happy somftiiriatipn or any ex-  tensivehscale,"with'"'a' single exception which need n'at at the moment  be   iparticudarlizecUf  But 'the success which'has alltended tha tone  organization, ao far as land clear  ling, settlement and cultivation aiv  concerned, clearly points ou|t  the.  path along which British Columoia  wi'll.hjava to be set'tled.   The only  question is whether private enterprise can be sufficiently interested  to. carry ,on the work (at   a   rate  There was a little man and he had,a little ������iin.    He.bought his gun  and shells from H. Alanson, the hardware  man,, and  shot  a  little duck  thro' the head.    His motto,was, of course, (to buy. U.  M.  C. Shells and  , be sure of his bird. ' ��������� '     "   '   ���������  *   Just a Word to the Ladies  Purchase one of pur MaleaSle Steel  Ranges; something that   will last a  lifetime.    Prices right. ,  Best collection field roots ana en-' commensurate;,wi^h,t he' develop  /'���������>;��������� ������������������'-���������*    ���������         r-|^hen���������next y,6ur watch needs attention-leave it with Campbell, the  AfcbatBtord Watch-maker.' Shop  located; in- Clark's Gents! Furnishing *tcsr������.''    r>:.;', ;.;-.-  wpSSr  v^?1H:SpffllNWHtB  ���������y n'"<<*;y,-i'..V, ;-m^-#,'.-    -���������   ',-���������    :������������������<'-  (Cfeptinued fwwn Page Two)  A., L.fBatejj, 2g'(������Mr1B. J. \W. Bates.  -   Best oa&;a$xi wMte ^cookiesf-M'ra!  , J, B.'.MSfliaT, 2n.'(J Mrsl-'D. Niibliio'l'aori.  ! ;:vB.efi>|e,oillec^on j-pickles���������Mrs. ,J  Semrfhg-  vj^eniJ^g���������Mrs. 'L. McGo,wan.  ^'Biest .darning on'sock-^E. G. Weil*  Unhand; Mrs. .iWjm.'-Harriso?!., ~;y  ^dBefct-^meridang thTee-comered teai  ���������J4rs.--iWv- 'A-. Adams, 2nd Mrs.; J as,  Gibson. ���������     \  ...Best.-patch;on cloth���������Mrs. W. A  A4������j������s,-:2imI Mrs; Jas.' Gibson. ,.'���������  . .;.Beaft ihaif dosjen buttonholes���������Mr*.  ^Tj.iAiaih, 2nd Mrs.. Jas. .Gibson.  .yftoqcl WLfrdti apron���������Miss L.  Mc-  Qr^w!������ii^.and,:Mns., G. D. Heid.  fs&v -kaitted. flnditts���������Mrs.   W.  "J  9Me(8, -2nd.MrB. H. Nicholson.  |w*J^te;d 'bedispreads���������Mrs..W,   B  Adams.  ^'Gl'exShet (Shawl���������Mrs. J. ,B'. Millar.  jjGirdciheted 'bed  slippers���������Mrs;   P  C^totcker,-;-*,: ,  ��������� Pigge.-jjoL (hemistii'tching���������Mrs.      J  Builivan, and Mies L. McGowau.  ,.^������jj3([br,oldered  <sentre-p,iece,���������Mist'  ^,M������G.owna>l2nd Mra- R������ D.Beiu.  ���������?.Eand-emibroidered. cushion top���������  Misjp,^. MoGawany-anU Mrs. Jas. Gib  bod: ,  vl5and painted, cushion top-fMi&a  L. -.Purver.  JPancy aproan���������MSiss L. McGow  ;.Fancy snade -apron���������Miss L. Mc-  Gowan, 2oid Martin McLeod.  Handanger ceptre-piece���������Mrs. J.  Oleaon.  .Handanger doylie���������Mrs. J. Olcsoii  ,,45PECIAL (EXHIBITS-  Presbyterian Church Notice  silage'  corn���������Martin   &  McLeoJ  Best   sample   oats���������Wm.   Batob.  Best display bottled fruits���������Wm;  Bates': .  Best collection of 'fruit display  for one person���������M. Ferguson:  Best display .o'f,5 boxes applos���������  R. (Oweni      ,.        \ ^  Best dairy coiw���������Martin & McLeod.        "' ' '  Best 2 loaves of bread made from  Seal of AlBerta���������Mrs. ft. Beaton,  2nd Mrs. W. J; Bates.  Mr. Rofberbs. 'a ;pioneer of, P-:ar-  dori'vilie, some 70 years t^of ages*  made a fine d'Jspvay of fruit, fl'diw'-  ers, vegetables and field produce  all groiwn (by 'himiselT, which had no  place_ in the prize lLs'i:, ;but was'  highly cbmmende.d!'  . v  P'swtoir���������Rev, J. L. Camnbell,  Ii.  A., -B. .,lJ-  S^rvlcea���������.Sunday; school 10  a.m.  Public iWotraflaip 11 ^u m.  x>c������ui*o4   n cLMUilift   Cliaao o p.111.  <���������:;��������� .-   :JPubJic iWonahip 7.30 p. m.  ,JChoiir Practice, Friday .8 p. m.   ���������  -, Meeting fqr��������� Bible    Study    and  ^^jiet.^WedDeflday 8 p, m.     .  LAND SETTLEMENT  The  subject otf land  settlement  in British  CoiuimToia  is  attracting  more ',attention   every   day*  TIue  is :due 'to, the 'increased urgency of  the question, taind tp' the fact that,  [ while there is  a large increase year  by year in 'the total immigratiju  'tot Uanada, .there isr but   a   .Very  small increase among the agricultural settlers of the province.,   In  ���������other words, we are "not getting  our .shiare/ lThe reason is' not far  to seek, and it "can (be, stated very  shortly, whereas on the prairies all  the   immigrant   has -.to  .do (;s   to,  scratch the virgin '(soil aad fling a  handful of grain, in British.Columbia he has in every instance to uo  clearing, and an .some instances Liie  clearing costs as much as ���������igSOOi an  acre.   These conditions necessitate  not only capital; But  a  larger, a-  mount of manual labor than can be  o'bbained under any..ordinary condition's.;   They call for an organization which can control both capital and labor-.-,  Up .'to date it has'  bee nfound  impossible to   secure  ment of the province, or whether  the g.ol\*ernme;nit will have to, intervene.'  ������. Scores-   of   (caloniization  schemes  have  been  presented, to  the -government with the request  that they take a hand which means  that in .some form or other'they  give flnanci'a laid.'  But,'so 'far1,'the  govenrmeait has n'at seen it svtiy  to adopt-any of them,   Mea:n'whLle  agricultural 'development   is .lagging; the importation .of agricultural  produce'.^.increasing;' our  cities are,growing 'out of all; pfo'-i  portion  to  our" rural  papulati'ori '������������������  and we are reversing'the natiiv?!  healthy'comdibioih' of things." lt'i'rf  two"years sin'ce the'"Nelson Con-  servative. convention .went on ro-  cp'rd   in,   a ..series ;<xf resolutions'  f avoring.'Agoverament' aad, and, th:-  adoption of, an, energetic immigration .and" land- settlement' policy,  The'proposal attracted widespread  atteritioin aind, led to  a gre'at'do'al  of newspaper correspondence'"aiid  general' ventilation, of "the subject  Thier eseem's to b'e' a' consensus;.of  opirdon that the government migJit.  well take some action, both iritnif*  direction  of stimulating immigration'to British Columbia "and" of so-  * * *  curing momey at a low "rate1 of  interest to aid individual settlers  in developing their land, Along  with this 'policy would have tp go  a reductions in the size of preemptions and the encouragement of intensive farming'an smaller areas.  The best resu'ts have Io'.]o,wed high  cultivation and land in British Coi-  um'bia ,wiill always be too dear, to  yield a- profit'ori any other: system Wit'.i th? rSpii sp~ead of our  railway transportation schemes, the  opening .up qf. new districts and  the splendid ,facdlities which will  shortly be available for marketing  agricultural produce, The Week be'  ft^MMmaKffl^^  Sunday Softool, 2.15 p. m.  Public Worship 3.30 p. m.  Proprietors  G������ dc la GfROOAY  St. Ann's Poultry Farm   .  - . ��������� Abbitsford, B. C  mmmmmimmImmmMmm!miimmmm!!^mm  i i  Hardware and Furniture  Lieves tha tthe .time has come* for -  t'he; government tovface this, problem.- The objection that immigra  tion is t'he 'basimess of the..Dominion government.Is no answer when  I t'he Dominion' government policy'  fails to meet the requirements of  our own province.���������Victoria Week.  To whom sit may'concern���������  . This is to notify all concerned  that��������� Andrew'McGarva has nothing  to do with the Matsqui Percherun  I-lbrsc Co.'in the way oi) collecting  money.  WM. ELLIOTT.  DATES FOR FcTfALL FAIRS  ' /' "  -���������1���������  Arrow Lakes���������October 4-5.  . Armstrong���������October 16-17..     -    -  Bella Coola���������October 30.  ; Kaslo���������October' 15.  Reyelstoke���������October  8-9-10.    ;  Sumrherland���������October 30-31.  ���������, Vernon���������October : " 23-24  . "Apple  Show.      ' '. '"        "-'"'-'.  FORS'AALE���������5 yoiing milch ,co,ws to  freshen   from  the  27th   of* this  , month.   Apply to R. OWEN, one  mile south of B. C. 'E.'* R., .Mount  Lehman, i.  . HARRON BROS.;  Embalmers and Funeral directors  Vancouver, Office  and  chapel������������������  1-034 GranvillQ St.-, ��������� Phone 3486  North' Vancouver,        Office    and  Chapel-rll6 2nd St.''Phone 131.  ������#������  Builder and Contractor  ' v   Estimates Given Free  Pihone Connection  ,    Mission City  FOR  iSALE���������oiiaar   Abbotsford, "';40 '  ��������� faores"   witih "hidu'se,' .barn.  " $125  '  par acre. WouTdt subdivide.   Ap-.  ply to T. ITebbutt; Abbotsford, B.  Dried Brewers'  Grain  .'   In Any Quantity  If Great Feed for Dairy Cattle,  J. J.. SPARROW, prop.  Abbotsford     :;  Young Nursery Stock, 1 and 2 years old. Apple Trees: 2 years old, 25c each;. I year old.  20e. -        '  APPLES���������Gravenstein, King of Tompkins,  Wealthy, Northern Spy, Grimes Golden, Jonathan, all grafted on French Crab Apple Stock.,  CRAB APPLESi-HysIop, .late. Choice  lot of Clark's Seedling and Magoon > Strawberries for sale at $5.00 per 1000. Raised on new  beds.  D. H. NELSON. Prop.  ursery  Abbotsford, B. C.  i  J*  ctric Light  For the Residence,  Store or Office.  ctrac Power  For Factories and  Industrial Plants  Convenience      Comfort     Economy  Attention will be civen to all aoolicdtions for service from our lines  Address all enquiries to  Light and' Power Department'  Holden Block, Vancouver.  ;ii Cdlum  &  ill  a  ���������i  i  4  -  u  ������\  mfimmsmmsm

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