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 .&-��������� r  *,h  7V/VJ"-������^ ^'^Mf'v'Ji/  itzw:  m;  N  ������>^,-.  at; ,{.; ; ���������>- t_i "iv-  -,-   ���������'   -, ���������   ,f.   i;  If4."..  .,.   .,   ��������� i.  If-)  1^  ������*fct^*W^M-rt.-rf*������,HfWA^>^.^j4iC?WA^(i.Vli'.V^/^.K^������^,aj������J,..     *    j  -.1" '.''"i^l/ilvlii^n  oo 19  V V/CTO^V^  Vol.HUNo. 24.  J>���������.  ABBOTSFORD, B. C, FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 20, 1911  8  $1.00 PER YEAR  MATSQUI  COUNCIL  , 1.   Thai} the sub-division/ plan of  E 1-2 of Lot 41, Group 2. be accept  The, regular meeting of, the -Mate   ed and signed byreeve and clerk,  it'council was .held*ori" Saturday -    2.   That ths dork write superin-  The.  qui  October  7, with councillor Cruick-    tendent of the C. P. R. asking that  shankthe  only - absentee. '\ ��������� ,,v the crossing of (the Page road   at  The minutes of the.previous meet    Matsqui' be widened; also thil     a  ing  were read and adopted  CLAYBURN vs. ABBOTSFORD  The Abbotsford boys journeyed  to Clayburn on Saturday last and  there met the'local team im a friend  ly match with the following line  'up; Featherstoaiehaugh, |V. ������Har-  rop,  Hogg. Willi amis'; iWells;  ad-  Communications'were received as  follows;,       ' :   ': '������  Fr9m A. ;E. Farr. for Farr Brothers' stating .that they approved  iOf. the'construction of the-road a-  long? the righ't-of-.wayof the C. In.  P.' Ry Co.- "The.reeve and Councillors SatchelPaaflUAish were appointed/a committe to inspect the-  rouce of the proposed road.  From Local; Option League ask-  ing   council to pass a .resolution,  gate  be put on the south end of   am's. Metcalfe,'-Campbell; Fergus-  the  siding there and thereby  oh-   on, McGowan and Brown.  "That in the'opinion of the Municipal it is desirable' that .the council have power, on'a ��������� petition of *&  per cent of the electors tosubmlt  a   by-law,,'to   the ejectors m the  viate  the necessity .of teams b ing  obliged to turn around on th-" .sio-  ing. -    '        -    '  3. That the clerk sign officiary  the pet.tion of ii.he settlers lr-rer-  ested asking for a station on B.  C. E., R. on Le Feuvre road; alto  that said station be named Nicholl."  4. That H. R. Phillips be instruct  ed not to give out anymore stump  ing powder for (municipal road  work  without  an order from  the  The game was -stubbornly contested) for isometijme, until McGowan" broke through amd opened the  scorings After some good defence  work by Goughof Clayburn fMc-  Gowani accepted a, pass \, jfr,o:mi  Metcalfe and agaAii .beat Fraser.  A little, later the left ,wing which  was being admirably fed by Adam s ran in and Brown ��������� .score.d.  This was all the scoring in ,the first  half. \ 1  (.1  Just after-the second half com-'  council or one of the councillors.  5.   That Councillor Lundeberg be mencedy* Oayburn  -came ,   a,way  authorize^ to-grade a   part of the ...>u   a   ruan  and beat     Metcalfe  William^ road at" ia cost not t. ex-, who had changed pLaceis with Fea-  form   of   ai-plebicijte, igiving    the   ceed $30; also to change'a   portion- .neiSLonehaugh.      Their      success  council power to reduce-liquor li-  tne Greer road through the proper was short, lived however as ���������'  Mc-  censes   in  the  municipality  on   a   ty   of   James   Murphy sothat      a .-Cowan   headed  through a   dandy,  better   grade   may   be    , obtained cruss from the right wing. Abbots  and to exchange the land uae-i for ford kept right on Brown -and Mc  road, purposes there for ine Jand Gowan again scoring for the vis-  to be used for the new; road; the itors  who retired victorious by 6  said; new road to be, laid out by a. goals.to one     ���������       ,,  j^U the. council did ���������notjdesirre lo Uke.'- competent , engineer,      .���������... " . - -', There;,,was not.a; w������5ak,������-poc.:,on  '*'~* - i'any "'acton.' "'    ""     "." '  "': 6." That Councillor Afih be per- ������������*-Abbotsford tpam on Saturday.  mitted to .get the Beharrell road although? it was really an ele/entn  slashed to the new'dyke at a cost hour ;������ljeqttop-and   the ^piay^s  not* to exceed $50.       -     *,' aU  ^howed the; bene^t of     their-  majority? vote-of the.isaid electorate at ,any municipal \ (election."  The clerk was'instructed to reply  that as there are no liquor licenses  in. existence   in  the municipaliyt,  r  iece L/mner  BIG VALUE  From' the B. jC. E. R. ^asking appro sal of crossing ito King's" mill  near Dennison's. Ihii was granted  on motion..-  B   ������ 1- *t *- 1  From   Cariadiajn   Bank   of Commerce   acknowledging/ deposits;  Municipal account, $1748.71; Scho >l  \q^i~account' $799.68    -     -;'  |q^5 * From, L. Coghlan asking that the  road be straightened m front of nis  land. Councillor <'Satcheirstaled Le  had no money ava^llabjle. -  ��������� From Western Canada Pocvii  Company asking return, of cheque  for $600. The clerk was instructed  to return the isame and forward an  expense account agajjiBt -the com ;  pari; yfor' $25. (  Bills were.passed for payment as - practices -. Victor  Harrop        and  follows; Powder account Ward 2  $129.25; Wm. Towlan,, road wirk  .Ward 1, $29.20;,Walter rowianload  work Ward 1 $40.80; J. A.' Aiah,  indemnity .$25; E. Lundebsr^, m-  demn ty  $15;   Win., Merryfiell,- in-  Moggj put up an exce*llent defence,  Waiter. We{lls keeps impro ving e"v -  ery week. Adams was tne mosc ar-  ti(s!tic hald, the Je.f.t wj.ng wad-conspicuous all through;. Brown m&.-  ki,ng his   best showing for      this  demnity $26; Alex Cruickshank in-   (^^80^, iFerguson  and    Campbell  demnity $25; G. Satchell indemnity   yaL������^ aid excedent work., .  ^  1*1  Sweater Coats for Men  Just.the thing for those  winter  mornings  Schilling's Best 2 Star Coffee  Worth 50e,   40C  Special for Week Endirg Oct. 26th  St. Charles Cream. 10c a Can.  $25 * Dr. Swift indemnity $2o; 0. M.  C. September salary $33J0; rost  age $4; bounty paid $3.50; road  work" paid Ward 1, $3.85; Ward 2  75c; Ward 4,.$12; Abbotsford Timber  and Trading Co. commission  There   wifll ' be  ,a  m,uch  harder,  match this' week  when Langley  will; be played in a   league match  at  Langley  and ,if the   boys win,'  or eveja draw jthere,they wgljust,  ab,o,ut cmch the league.  An account  of th,e       Clayb.urn  roa  dtax  collected  $20.10;     road  From; secretary U. B. C. M. ask-   work Ward 3 $157.50; lumber Ward- mafcch would not ,be complete ,un-  ing  that  full representation     be   i  $29,70;  Jos E. Smjth,   . grading, '        ' '   v    '   "  made at the connvention to beheld Glenmorq road north of the B. C  in Victoria on 15th and 16th .Nov- E R $JM. movmg piie ^^ Uy  ember as matters of special Unpor   Fowle^ $4>50. Jdmes Conray $10; P  tance would be discussed.  The  Conray $10;        F Coghlan hau'.ing  reeve   was   appointed  ai   delegate   gravel' $6;   L.   OqghJan  aas^ng>  with  Councillor Aish. as alternate  and the reeve and clerk were in-  fitiucled  to  prepare and forward  $2.75; Jas Murphy $9; Jesse Gard-  less the hr<spi/taitty jo^t' ,ine Clayburn . boys whom; Abbotsford take  off their hats to a's the best of  sports  in tt'he districts  The;' convention of Christian work  ers held in the Presbyterian church  ter of roads through, sub*-divisions  From R. Atkinson re road' from  S. W.l-4, S. 3; T. 14 ..to ^B.-C.'e, R  Referred to Councillor Satchell.  Mr. Kruger representing J. Ma-  cpuverj Rev. J. 1G. Shearer, D. D.  and Rev. G. A. Grant D. D. of Toronto., and the Rev. R. J. Wilson of  Vancouver.  Rev.  Mr. Hughs ������n cf  ^  J  nej- $8.75; Frank Wooler $8.25; WU- ,aaY Tuesday the mh wa��������� la    elv  |3J f alC^^Cia\$271������LDUnC.? ^ructive character were gi**nby  Smclaij:  $12.50;   A. Lundeberg $10. Rev< R   y  mcR                      der_  Fred Lund $28.45; A. E.     ^GledboAl ator   of  tha  General     As8en,bl  $16.20;. J. A. Gledh^I $34.65; E.   (W. Rev<   PrixUilld   MacKdv  of  ^  King, lumber  for teemetery $2.15;  lahen addressed'the council urging   b., C Gazette $9.25; Gotford John-  acceptance of sub-division plan of   Johnson  livery,  for iDr. Swift re  S. 1-2, N. W. 1-4; S. 23. T. 14.     The   emaU pox epidemic $3; a!"m. JN"el-  reeve, and Councillor Satchell were   ,a0n refund of statute labor pa>d /hn^I,r% Tl'  T'������"UgMw V  appointed a   committer to mvesti-    and worked $6,-C. A. Society July, lhe MeAodMt chui'ch> ^mat<' Weeh  gate the road allowances as shown   Aug and Sept. account $30; A. Kor Rev   M    Yateg    .     an, anmft  also the connection with these ������ud  din clearing Maple Grove cemetery ti(uc ia Abbotsford ^t Zter,h������  existing roads and refer the matter  $165. ^         d   ���������   Abbolarord ^g   fme  to  mumcpal sohcxtors.   If  - they      A   petltion was  presented for a l0   8t        ^   Vates      u  be   ^  advised  acceptance  to sign     the   roftd connecting the Ford road, the l]eW   v^car  of s,   Matth'         Rev  u      " a     ' ���������       tlt *���������     ��������� n               PagC r������ad aad the Hargi" r������ad' Mr- Bruce wh0 has been here lor  Krom Secretary Matsqui I armors   the land to be given by .the proper 8ome  Une has bean appointed as  Institute  asking  use  of Municipal   ty  owners.   This  was .granted on -vicar   of  St.  Luke's parish  South  Hall on Monday, October 16th. on ^notion*   Mr K. O. Brotnow to be Vancouver,  which date a   presentation will be   paid $140, amd Mr. J. T. Aish $100 Ih7^i^5aTHa7r^^  inad* to Dr. Hadwjn. Granted un-   respectively, as   compensation for November 4 at 10 o'clock am  der   usual  conditions.   Permiission   improvements and for fencing. The clerk was instructed to    be  was   also  granted the employees      {Councillor   Lundeberg   reported at Matsqui village on     Saturday  oi Northbrooke SbJngle.Co. on Oct   he   had  no (money  available   ifor October   28   and  Meri-tfield  Bros.  ober 2o:h-                                               road work asked by C. Hill-Tout etore| building on Monday October  The   following  resolutions  were   et al. 30 for the purpose of receiving tax  jierly  m/troduced  and carried;           The council adjourned to meet in ���������8.              ^                     .,-.."  &������  i TWO  -IT  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,    , ABBOTSFORD. B. d.  "the ABBOTSFOBD PQST  Published    evury    Kiiday    l������'    tin;    1'o.sl  Pii'ljMaliiiiK Cniiip*"'."  A WL'OUly .Journal devoted. I'.- Hie inle'r-     i  esls" of AljlH'I'ijronl  and sin, ^"urlintf di.i-,    I  trJct.  Advei lining Uiiios n'lacle knon. .11 up-  lillcat'on  L:K('J"AL AUVKUTISING���������11'. ciiiilR per  linn for llrst Insertion, urn! 8 cento u n������������  Cor nil mil*>-c*���������iiir-nt cousocuUve in������<:i:lioii.i.  Our Shltoljoletli���������Weltlier for nor ag'lii'  the   Govornment,  F. IDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1911  Horseshoer and general-BlatiGsnith     ;  A good-stock-carried for repairs on 'albkiii'ds ,of  ^vehicles'. .���������"' '    :     '���������      , ���������    ''���������    -:^    .'"���������''  ��������� A-first class carriage painter in connection..  ' j.K/McMENEMY''  Abbotsford, B. C.   .  . JvGE  w  Harness" ;���������, ���������' .-;Sa'daifery-'-;Mardware  ������ Trunks a;nd; Valises  .P.O.,Box 45  ALbotsford, B. C.  UNTILr-a few years . ago, although  '; concre.to hsd already been generally adcp.tc-d through:ut the country   by   contractors   and , farmers   for  HEATING WATER. pipes,   and   will ��������� soon' thaw   out   and  A- simple   and   easily-made   vessel become  heated,  for heating water is shown ir. the ac-        In  very  cold   weather,   the  cement  ���������     companying, drawing.-    (See Fig.l.). .may bdheated,by;.laylng>thevbags on  almost  all     structural' work,   it   was    A coil is made of one-inch pipe with , top .of tho sand, but.this is not abso-  the /practice Jo' stop'^'Il work on  this    the emjs fastened dn  the   barrel ��������� and lutely. necessary, 'as the cement itself  f'or'n'of  construction' as soon  as  the    mf,,je water-tight.    A small fire built must be kept dry until used, whether  cold weather set'in.       -     - *       under     the  coil.will,, heat  the  water the weather be hot or cold.  It   has   been   found,   however,   that,  rapidly-and   will  kcep.it   in  eircula-  concrete. work,.may be  carried on 'in    lion. ..thus- keeping    all    the    water  h������r������\his purpose It is wise  to use        Materials  should  not be  heated  to  a  length   of  malleable  iron  gas-pipe,,, too,.high, a temperature.    A good wa  because-it is-easily bent into  the re- .to  Judge  the  proper  amount "of heat  farmer,  as it  is  in  the  colder period     c,uire,d  coil.  . This is   done  by  taking Is   to  make them Just h0t ^^^{J  of  the-year   that   he   is  able   to   find,   a log.or fence-post .about-the size of be ^t0T^'t������'0^^^^  time   for. building, and . making   the .  the coil,, and, bending, the.pipe around be taken-not to use any-frozen, .lumps  many   articles   arcur.d    the   farm   to    it.     This   method   prevents   the   pipe of-sand.-  ,  which   concrete   so  LIVERY AND FEED STABLE  Having purchased the business of Mr.  W. Lyle, lam prepared,to give the  best of satisfaction as to prices and  comfortable rigs. Stables open day  night to do business.  We solicit your patronge.   ,  H.  & D. McKENZIE, props.  vertise in  cold, weather, successfully, and, with  but very little more (rouble than under ordinary chcumstances.  This -fact" is of great benefit to  the  farmer,  as it  is  in  the  colder period  TEMPERATURE REQUIRED.  f  readily   adapts   itself'.  W'Ah   ���������   a"   '  few-  Blmple  precautions  It- has  been   found.,  that . concrete, can,,  be. used,   not   only^  In    freezing'    weather, "but "when" the"  thermometer    'haa  been    actually   below zero.  If the concrete  freezes before it  starts' to "set," 'it"  will not" be injured, but If tho  freezing takes  place    .after    .the  "setting!'.,      action  .has     .started ,   up,  thc^    concrete      is  likely   to~"be   damaged    '   when       'it  ;  thaws,     owing   -to  the    expans'-.r.    of .  the   melting  water,  forcing     th.e    particles     apart     and  making  the' concrete  the      other   - nan J,  FIG.   2.-   BHOWINQ. TW.O-BABKEU METHOD. OP, EEATINQ  WATEB^--  PROTECTING  CONCRETE J IN  POSITION."  ���������  After    the    concrete      has      been  placed   In -"forms"  It   should-be -pro- "  tected-   so    as    to  keep the heat In as ���������  long    as    possible.  This is more essential   In' thin structures than in massive > - walls - - and.  foundations;!,     for.  the latter, will hold  their      own - heat",  longer   on   account  'of their-thickness.  Wooden "forms"  ; are'non-conductors,  'and will retain the  heat in the concrete  up^.o a certai np.olnt,  but the concrete  should .be protected on top by a'covering of.canvas or  4 P. 0. Box 58  4  crumbly.  If     the  On from "buckling" and makes the coils    heavy paper,  with  a-layer;of ten  or  con- more regular in size.                                     twelve inches of manure on.top of.^thls.  crete     has    .a     chance  - to   .be.come 'Where, concrete,wo,k .is, being done    Straw. will  also '^^*\*���������g���������  thoroughly       "set"       before.-    freez- on a large-scale, It. Is advisable to use . If  manure . is - used,  care should be  inT-  barm  win  be  done.'. To  give the  two-barrel., heater-shown  in^ig, .taken  to.P^n-  --"  It    his   chance  you  must  first  of  all 2.    This allows the water  to be con-r!   contact with, the  concrete,  as it will  It  this  chance  jou stantly 'replenished    without treduc-    discolor it,  and  possibly    even    seep  ing the heat of 'the water in the barrel from -'which, the hot >watcr is  taken.  Most farmers,-however, possess large  prepare the materials as described  below, and-secondly, you must protect the concrete, after it has been  placed, in   the  "forms.."  through  sufficiently  structure.  to'   weaken- the  f  - X  a    4*V?  Phone Central ���������!���������  Telegram-Sumner, Abbotsford, B. C. V  .. ' ���������* ���������-   &  %  t  Y  f  f  :f  x  l  Chicken- Ranch:  1 mile from Abbotsford,  Small house, barn and  good chicken houses.' 5  acres cleared. Price" $1,750  Y  at once regarding this property. $600 will handle. -  ��������� .   ���������' ��������� f  PREPARATION  OF'MATERIALS,...  hoHInV WeUIee? used, durmg butche������r-. .PROTECTING .THIN  STRUCTURES.     V ,   *   >   ������^^^^  .     ing time,.or for making soft .soap, etc.-. .-....-���������.���������...    ,VVW*   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������**���������*���������        ���������   ������������������������ ���������  Concrete  will,   on   its   own   account,  develop  a  certain .amount  of heat in  ing .time,, or for making soft .soap, etc.  One of these   .will .do .ec<ually    well.  In- the   case   of   thin, walls' whera  extra cold weather calls "for addition-  BBk  "3SS '     ���������  4$( ��������� ���������' A  'I'-Jvjg^-  T~  3=  I. -'  cir-   >pac.������  -zz^  air     spa.ee  no. 8. sirowiKO   now' materials   mat be���������  ���������iibatvn ,bv; meaks of  a tire in an old,;  Stdve-pu'E.   ''���������������������������''���������  vHE/Vting S4ND a:;d stqk'i:.  F.*fi.  t. ."sirowtxa srMpr.n, mctiiod o? w.vit:k,  iiEAr::,'a.  tho. "W-tir.g"   process.     But . in   cold,  weclho",   some   outside   assistance,   in  the'���������form   of  artiMoial  heat, <is; necesr  ������.ir".    ,:.'!:--   iost v/ay   to  develop   this and   the. other, for   the   stone.' The  arll.r.:::a! ���������   heat   is   to   wfu-rn  tho  ma- '.pipes -are    laid on   the - ground In  terial'T: before  m'.':������������������:'..(?���������      This    short- such    a  .position   as   to   allow- the  ens Ihc   time   that  it.  takes :the   con- wind    to   make, a   good   draft. Th^  ' cre.ie to "set", and Jcns'thens. the 'time fire Js . then bu-'.t    in    one  end. The  necessary  to  bring it ito  the Xre'-'^InS" flames    pass,   through,    healing the  riO.   4.   PAHE;R ; TACKED : TO   r<JOnEN   tUPPORT������  to rnoTECT concrete trojc niosT.;;  al  protection, heavy paper should, be  railed   to   the   vertical   posts^of   the  Sand and,.stqne..may be very easily: "forms*/(sle   Figure- A,)   thusiileaying  :.heated :.by making usa of .two ,.pieces  of stove .pipe,, one, piece for. th'et.s.and  poin'.. :Eear in "mind . thal..,the. iesa  wn>? user'., the ' r'aic.ker' .concrete  "seU.."     Thcreforo,   it   is "advisable   to'  a"ri- <enclosed..air .space '.between each  pair ;of posts..; These air spaces ;will  have about, fifteen; degrees higher  temperature., .than . the,..��������� outside air.  The "forms"; should always ;V b������  left on ldriger In cold "weather, as It  takes longer- for .the concrete.������������������ to  harden.   .      ^ @  ���������  There  is  no   reason   why  concrete  upo as lit!7e wt>tar  post1.?';'.!?- in  the  B?irijl|r during  cold- weatheR  whole pipe,  and as  fresh  fuel  is ad  (led,   the  cinders    are    pushed ,a'lonw  .  the  pipe  and gradually work  out at    cannot   be   used   with   complete   suc-  the  other end.    The  sand 'and  stone    cess !n  cold weather "if these fi'mpl*  should    be    piled op top of the stove    p-ecautions be tolloveA  INSURANCE  LOANS  Abbotsford Homesites  looking for a home  investmeiits; ;^  lots, acre-       "  or farm|  property  The Pioneer Real Estate Broker of Abbotsford i\ ftvi -������ *��������� t *S$t������$. ���������* L*4 j    i.���������  l*<<-, l> ^r-Vt,  ^.i^-n^.-v.'-^v.;*;^;'^^^ -J-".'T. :������������������ ������������������������������������-;-", ,v "��������� rH-;>:;."r'...v:;- w-.-.yu .' ^.l1;- ii  ��������� i, *i    ������������������.  ^- ~~F  JV-   ���������<   <i*mi   *   irf i      ������^   '  4  ���������frj&B 'ABBOTSFOitb JtOSt,      ABBOTSFORD, B.C.  1$  I  ������������������Ms*  "i*j  '*���������>;  V,  ���������sars  In y. '   ||   ~������-  SSSBB  BSCSSSESSSu  ateaaHaass;  aa:  2GH25HSE3S  3BKS5  HE  SBS5H  1"'U  CHURCH SERVICES  LIQUOR   ACT,   1910.  We are Agents .for  Phoenix Assurance Co. of London, England [  Liverpool, London & Globe, of Liverpool, Eng.  British American Assurance Co., of Toronto.  SEE SUMNER  T f  For your Insurance.     Fire time is coming along.  Presbyterian    Church���������    pt^ I L  Campbell, B. A., B. D. pastor.  Abbotsford, 11 a.m.,and 7:30 p.m.  -At Musselwaite School'House���������  (Section 42.)  every  available  worker turns out  and kindles fires in the smudge pots  that are act iji the1;, orchards, pre-  NOTICE is hereby given that on the  Pared for the dangers of frost. But  first'day of December next,  applica-  as  electricity. is light, power  and  tion will be made to the Superintend-  hpat������ al1 in one- may not the pros-  Service1 every  alternate Sunday  ent of Provincial Police for renewal of  ent< smudge pots become electrical  at- 3 p.m.. .,.....,. ,   the hotel license to sell liquor by re- heaters,  automatically  turned on?  "    Sundav school teverv Sundav at  tall in the hotel known as the Hunt-   . To-day  there- is niot a   practical  Sunday school (every Sunday at  p.m.- N  At Huntingdon. School. House���������  ingdon Hotel, situate at Huntingdon,  elecrtrical engineer who docs not  B^.C.,, in the, Province of British Col-  look' upon  the  present ytatn    of  ���������.^f-i-r-  1231  -������ ���������"1'  j Mcelroy a Co.  LIQUORS,   VVINES  AND   CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  =������������������������������  ABBOTSFORD, B. C  *,-*** *��������� ���������*  BnBOHBHHMiaHBBaW)  Strictly .first-class in every respects   The * bar: is  stocked'with :the'best of wines, liquor'and cigars,  -   -- .    ���������" ���������'     ���������-���������������������������'" "    - -.���������������-<-.-���������,    ���������      "���������       ', ' '."**  RATES,  $1.50 Tol$2.00  PER  DAY   .  nanBBMMMBnBBiBBm ;' *  I Hv FREEMAN,       ~ Lr   proprietor  amaasr ,      ��������� ���������       ;   ��������� . . .',... ,i  it*-������������������ . . .<, eg  i..-.  KING  ,   .      ��������� BUTCHER  [Pork/ Mutton;* ?*eef;.Veal, Pork Sausages, ^Weimes  aiitf BaloghV always on hand.     Fish every Thursday  *~\   <ra   r-ffr'rT." '">"'(' - ���������*.-��������� ���������"< a '���������      . Qit.',liM?.'������*^LSJlJi-''--''JL_������������������._  , -   WANTED TO PURCHASE .';  Forty  acres   improved  farm'in  the Fraser Valley, with or without  house and buildings, convenient to  Manufacturing Optician station or landing.   Apply     to J.  x,        l,      *-,-      x   ^ *.-    ,   T,i    , H.   Smith,  Straiton,  B.   C.   > ���������- for  Does the Finest  Optical  Work.      f ..   narticillara   firat  letter  Medical, men arid others pay tri-   ������ml   Partlculars>   tuat. letter.  but������ to his skill.  TS^Grarivillsi St.  Eye'ght Specalist  pay  .yaricouvdr  CANADA'S  maerson ���������-������riayio;  (Associate   Members Can;' Soc. C. E.)  Greatest- Nurseries   Civil Engineers  Want   a   ^epr,esentative '   for ~  MISSION CITY,  B. C.     ^f^A^^UR^YOR  :   and surrounding district      s B' C LAND   SURVEYOR  The reliability, heaithy condition Offiec, next'P. O.            P.O.Box 11  of our slock as well as true.ness to  Haiine must be appreciated by the g, > nnnM   E3C3/^\^  Public or  they would not     have rlMrCm-JIN   DrtUO.  helped uB."to increase our business   Embalmers and Funeral Directors  yearly since 1837; the date of    our Vancouver, Office and  chapel ,  establishment. 1034 Granville. St.,    Phone 3486  . 0ur firm's  name lends prestige g^rth .Vancouver, , ,   UHicd     and,  to our representatives. okapel 116 2nd st. Phone 134 .  Complete line of Nursery SStock . , :=  for SSpring 1911. All roads lead to Abbotsford, success  Write   for   full .particulars. arid happiness.  That   is   a   fine  map  that   Abbotsford is  on.    In fact it is the  only map, but all roads lead from  Abbotsford, if "you don't believe it  gee tye. Board of Trade eiivelopo.  Service  at every alternate Sunday  umbia.  , at 3 p.m;. v         .,  S.  S. every Sundayat 2;30 p.m.   .  Upper Sumas, May 29, and every  alternate Sunday at. 3.p.m..  C. E��������� Wednesday-at 8 p.m.  Sunday School at a p. in.  Sunday School every Sunday at  Presbyterian, Church���������Rev.,  j . Qt  Alder.  Glenmore, lla.m'.:   ..  :     M'.. Lehman, 2 ;30 p.m.  '  Pine Grove, 8p.tn,  Dated this 3rd of October, 1911.  SAM GILES, '  Applicant.  LIQUOR. ACT, 1910.  (Section  42).  ST.   MATTHJiWS.i���������(Anglican)  Rev. A. F;. Bruce) Vicar..,,'. , .  Services..lL:00^a.m. and-7:30. p.m.  Holy   Communion,   1st  and  3rd  Sundays each month.    .; :  Catechising (and S. S. at 2:30 p.m  Choir practice)" Wednesday at 8  ���������NOTICE is hereby given that, on the  first day -of- December, next, auplica-  tlon-'will bo^made^to the Superintend-,  ontof Provincial-Police-for renewal of  the' hotel .license to-sell liquor by re-  tall in the hotel known as the Abbots-  ford,HateU-situatesa.t Abbotsford, B. C.  in- the, province of British Columbia.  Dated this 5th day of^ October, .1911. '  HARRY FREEMAN, Applicant.  ABBOTSFORD  POSTOFFICE  Office ihours -from;8 a; na.-to 7 p.- m. ���������'  , Mail for Peardonville every Tuesday  ��������� and. Saturday, 1 p.'m-. '    '  ELECTRIC [TY ON THE FARM  Labor Will be Trifling When Time  . Comes  -Hired, Man, Will Dwell' m Earthly  Paraiee-fJ.ust  Turn  on  ' The Current.'  -^electrical service  as in its infancy  We have the electrical city. Mow  , long before the electrical fa^m?  NEW FRASER RIVER FERRY  "Ihe new ferry across the Fraser  River at Mission City "will be- a  reality-in the course of a ' week or  fortnight. The- ferry is receiving  the. finishing, touches now. and the  aproaches.at Elliotville -land Mission City are now being completed  According to report ithe new  lferry, which .will likely be named  Sprott, McBride. or Manson. is a  ferry of the first order, double-  decked, .and ��������� capable of carrying,  ���������six..teams ..besides the .passengers  (JasoJiner will be the'motive-pov.er-  Report  has_ that  the ferry   will  be free, although no authentic,information; has.-.as, yet  been, given-  out  in   this respect.   Hourly trips  will be made.   ��������� ���������'   "  It ;is-.-planned to have ,a   grand .  opening  day when ift is hoped, all  the, Valley will be present,to take-  BUSINESS-DIRECTORY  ABBOTSFORD.  OF  General* Stores ���������  Authier; Bros.  S. Brooke.  i   i  '.KJ.lJj'jti    ...-      J  Abbotsford Hotel,.H-.Freeman, .Prop.  Commercial, McElroy & Co.  .Real   Estate--- ;, _-���������^.  J. W..McCallum..-;/  C. A. Sumner., &. Co.  .���������>���������  Bernau  &   Husband,  . J.' . J. - -MGP-b.ee, ��������� -     ..' -  Auctioneers���������..:'.-.. . ��������� k  J. W. McCallum-  -FEED STQREt-,..  J.   J.   Sparrow.  Creamery���������. '....'   ���������-���������.-'.���������  *  S.. J;  Bates,'Proprietor.  Hardware "and-Furniture���������  H.: Alansori.        >'  .   Butchers;���������   .'.-������������������ '".  A. M. King."  Livery. Stable���������  J. E. Geary, Proprietor. .  Baker and Confectioner���������  L.. Legace., :    :,  RESTAURAN.T-:   ���������".   "'  Conrad. Andersen.  '. Shoemakers��������� "'.  M. Hauser.  -Board of Trade���������  J. W. McCallum, Secretary.  '^Blacksmith���������, . '.    -  s  J.  McMenemy.)X  ���������.._.        ;   -,  Barber, and. Pool. Room���������  Jos. Sanderson.  G. Isenor. .y.>������;.p--:-  Tobacco and Novelties���������  -    J..V. Means.  DoctorvT-   i  SADDLERY,and IuRDWARE-  B, J. Qernaey..  MERCHANT  TAILOR.  T. C. Coogan.  SCRVEYORS       ...     ...  Henderson  and Taylor.  ABBOTSFORD DRUG STORE.  MUSIC TEACHEiS-  Miss Alice Steed.   ......  CONNTRACTOR  & BUILI":;-R-  A.  Everett.   ,  Hammond."& Son.  In. these  days when the metro  ^poiuan city'Jmay be described  as   in  the tiightis. Abanquet iwill ,pro-  a,great/electrical   laboratory   and   bably/ be given in-the evening.  and  consuming 'station;.'it shoi!>d -    The new.ferry across the Frasfer  not be  overlooked that"the  farm  itself is coming in for its .share     of  this; universal source of power.  There- are 'many ways .through  which the farm that can afford the  . use- of the 'electric current^ Imayl  have, it-for the trouble of'installation. ; Some- near-by inter-urban electric^-line may have its surplus pur  rent; for^isale; some atrearo; closeat  hand-may  have a   gravity -water  will complete the last Uihk in ,the  Fraser. Valley Automobile route���������  a pleasure trip wh\ich ithis paper  has . consistently   advoc'^ted.   . .  THE   MARKET.  All prices rejm'ained much ��������� the.  same' The. following are the quor  tatioms;   .'���������������������������.���������'  Wholesale Meat.  Veal,'small liy2c to 12%c  iau do develop electricity sufficient Veal large 9c to 10c  tor half a   dozen farmers; or < the Mutton........ 10 to lie'  -gasoline^engine in conn^ection with Spring lamb, p.r lb...).:-.-. .12c to 13c  a - dynamo-is wichin comparatively Retail  Meats. .  il  - c 4.u-        -"���������-.,��������� *o- Beef> best rib roasts 15c to 18c  easy reach- of the prosperous far- Bee(> loin   , . ^  .-      ;  .     lgc tQ 226  1 mer'-wuo discovers chat- to keep Jus Beef,' round steak'.'.  .'.*.. .18c  boys-on che-farm���������-even to  make��������������� Boiling- Beef /..; 10c to-14c'  cerea/n-thie 'his- hired help wilijtay f_ee{' Pot roast  / ���������; ��������� ���������"��������� ��������� ������������������1osn0  ../-,.    .-���������.-������    --.x, ' -j. ��������� Veal  15c to 20c  withf him-through the season���������\t is Pork ,.;..-.,...;..���������.  igc to 20c '  ..up to inm to hgnten those'o,ld dru- Sugar cured bacon  15c to 20c  ctger,ies, of twenty years ago. Mutton : .18c to 20c  joy':For, warmer's   W^,fe      ���������'i  In the'"home of the> farmer, .   the  Young lamb  ��������� 15c to 25c  Dressed chicken,.lb , 25c  "'    ' Vegetables,   Retail.  f,u-st adaptation of theeiectric-cur-- oriioris, per sack   .....'.$1.50  Onion8,'6 lbs for ; :���������  .25c' <  Cabbage, 4 lbs. for -:...'-.. v .25c  New Potatoes," sack -. .$1.00 -to- $1.20 ;  Cucumbers','.  .3 for 5c-  Carrots, bunch  '.'..;....' 5,c''  Beets,- bunch    i..'  5c  ..       4 .i ���������        ������   ��������� t. Ripe:Tomatoes, 3 lbs.:  25c  the, dairy,, the lCream  t (sepa^tpr,   GrJen, Tomatoes, per lb 2c- to 3c ^  churn,.washing..machinery.lor dairy.   Vegetable marrows, each ... .5c to 10c  necessities.. can: be, operated. Launr   Turnips, sack .: : 50c "  Green corn, per doz. ears 15c ���������  rent wouidbein displacing the  ��������� kerosene-lamp. ..A; .motor*, in tthe.  ba-sement- and. a pumpiandtank.on.  the, outside would eifect a system,������  of water-works for the house.  In  ur,y woiK-uiat bugDear of the  farmer's wife���������is l simplified and  Jgluened to the. last degree. Even  the iong-sought .."nicking m.a-  chjiine" m to,,(receive an impetus at  Green corn, sack  $2.50  Cauliflower, each oc to 10c  .Pumpkin,   each    20c  Fruit.  Apples .'..'.;.- '. 51bs. 25c  ., .   _ .      e ,/��������� ��������� 'i   "   ��������� ������   Plums, basket *... .30c  the, hands otrYankee ingen.uuy^ana   Blackberries  2 boxes for 25c  i, fit shall .be,perfected, the electric   Pears,  per  basket - 25c  current must drive it.. Eggs and Butter.  Wiil, Be .(General-. Boon    ,    ' - Eggs, wholesale  45c to 50c  ' istables thq. ejetr^c, .b.u.lb,,attached*  to WjU'es in gaspipe housings not  omy< wui give tne. 8atety .lifeii'vior.  , winter^ mornings; and e. en.ngs, bu*.  aaeauy thtr -vacuum'' clpaner haa  made its appearance, adapted to  the easiest ana most, thoi-ougii curry ingi and Cleaning ot the coats oi  cows, and horses. ���������  Honey, in comb, pep box 25c  Honey, in jars, per lb 25c  , Fish. ��������� .  Halibut,'lb. ' 10c '  Salmon, red, lb.  15c  .Salmon, white, each   50c   -  ������.U.eelhead, lb. 15c'  Sturgeon,- lb. ..'. , 15c  Bit-oilers  $4.00 to $5.00  Di\cks $9.00 to $11.00 .  Ducklings $7.00 to $9.60  WELLINGTON  The fcr.tliill Nurseries.  Pr-- : "���������  L_.  ._^i   i.'..  TORONTO,  Ontario.  CARRIAGE   PAINTER-  Geo.'Zeigler.  Matsqui  Hote  MiSSION CITY, B.C.  This hotel makes a specialty oi  home-like comforts for Commercial  Travellers.    Comfortable  aitfting-  room and  best of hotel service  Cuisine Unexcelled.  Rates: $l5o������$2 per day  ; CHAS. t DeWITt, Proprfetor  Hens, small, retail  $7.50 to $8.50  Hens, large   -: $7.00 to $8.00  Hens, large, retail $8.50 to $11.00  (CMckens  .$6.00 to $8.00  FOR SALE���������Chestnut ' horse, S  y������ears old, isoun and true, weight  .eleven' hundred Also <an import-  old  Instead of the- Long ������nd laborious   Geeise; each  $1.00  process of ice cutting, 'from ponds,   Alaska pink salmon.^each 25c  "me eieetr.c-current; will operate the Hcng> small ... ������U....'. .$6.50 to $7.50  refrigerating - room's-. ammonia  -liuitts," wiili automatic istoppa,ge of  the motor, when thje required degree of cold is1 rechfcd. ' The power  may. be directed to. the, farrn^ work  ���������shop^ where latha. and gnnastones  and emery, wheeis may .be, run for  ithe. farm:s uiack-tof-ail-trades,r'  .saving; not only the e&argei, o������ jthe   ed ^Oxtoradown Bam, 3 year.. ol,  ti'.oubifcs,  out s-ave ������lie thne,     of igi*"w*;- ^yj"  tir.ying. to and toon the town,    '    Dewdney, JL������!   Save. Fruit Fro m Frost TEACHER-H.  G. Copley,  In some of ,the,no rthern.    frmt ���������            ���������                  Vancouver Opera  growing..sections the-ple.ctnc^a a- ***������                       w      ,n ^^  Wg -������e.nal ip ae.t..rori arrouSmg the House .^^ ^^ and wouW  whole farm  populaticmany^tfee  in   be phased to receive applicationB  the   n,ight  wb,^.t_h^^?Lnger. tern-   ^ough the mail.   Terms $1.00 per  ,perature isl.r.eacfceci-#ut:;Of..$oors.  ^8Bon.   Two lessons week y.   Ad-  ���������^���������l^iii *t^he"p pnpkt 1^ that dres������ Box 2,71, VaocQUver, B, ,C.  fat t ^   .*. i.  r'T; -;;;::.  FOUR  THE ABBOTSFORD| PO^,  ABBOTSFO  ' SOCIAL AND PERSONAL  Mr. B. J. Gsrnno'y has leased Mr'  D.  Fraser's   house  for one. year.,  Mr. Cyril Harrop is nick im ;lhe  Sumas   hospiial   with .typhoid. <  wmzmmEmsmmmm  ���������ass  Mr. Dan Kenny is home from the  llarriison   Hot   Springs.  When in Abbotsford call at  THE BAKERY  and take home some home made, Candy, Cakes and.  Pastry of all kinds.  Abbotsford, Bakery ALBERT LEE, prop.  Mr lacnor will soon move ��������� into  his new premises in the Cimpbell  block.  Miss Lavery and iher mother of  Now Westminster were in town on  Thursday.  On Thursday laal there wa's wit  nested; ,11 our town one'of '.he fin���������  ��������� at exhibition of sprjn/Jing ever  scon .auywher when Mr. Copying's horse Maud S. wa3 deie..,Ld  oy ene of our c.L'zen's in a race  ho in m front of tha bank as far  as iha post office. Mr. J. A. Blair  ,- r>c of ili2 sporting men of .Vancouver   was starter.   The.man on  Thursday   was   Mr.   B.   J.   Ger-,  naey'tj birthday. The question now  is how much more than thirty   is foo,-y wag to take ths si(ieWalk and  he.   Guess. Copping! was to mount his    j)aeor  and ai  the 'sonorous voice of the  Mi-ss   Moore   is  spending a   few starter   both   were   to  start      for  days  with  her mother in Victoria the   waning .paint.'  After      some  where   her   friends  are  entertain- fdlse   nVoveS   a   proper etart was  her   to ,a   birthday   party,. ,  Mark November 10th von your  cafendar and read (the Post next  week.  Mr. J. A. Blair of VancouverLw;s  in town this week for a . few daya  made and awy Ihey went every  bjslander was bott'ng on the  ,uo i-a.er and Tightly >so for he  was the winner. The ��������� ti'mc-kisep-r  Ci-'t, K'Op wa'.ch bust at tho vital  moment consequently we aro un  able to give the correct time but  we h^ve reason lo beliove it was  record   speed   never   yet   attained  Now many people wiil wonder  why ihe name of the winner is  withheld but as he is of a retiring*  and modest disposition and has  no limc-to accept other challenges  i*/ is deemod wise not to make his  name   public.  The   winner   was   good  natured  he  of  Rev,. Mr. Burch of the Westminister Theological Hall will speaks  in the Presbyterian church i next  Sunday the 25nd morning and even  ing- services.  >��������� The .provincial Sunday      School  association w.H  meet '{-i Westminster.' ont he 25, 26 ajri'd 27th of this and   in   a "general  asse,mby  month.   Thorsf will be a   big rally was   admi.tt*J <as .a   member  of ail the Sunday School workers. Hie ,Good Fellows.   0���������-.��������� Another   race   was .gotten      up-  Rev. Mr. Paton who haa labored afterwards   and   Maud. \S. won   a-  twchly; years iji the New" Hebrides gainst  Bates  (That is not the ed-  and son of the celebrated Dr. John ''tor   of   this  paper, but  the other  G, Paton will give an ������ddres3 .on fellow); but this time the. horse,did  his   work   in   the         Presbyterian' not' fh-st  go  towards  the   butcher  church   on Thurr/day  evening the shop   or   thel   ivery. stable   while  2G(:h.- A0  welcome. -'Hear a"  great muning  the  race.   ....  man on a" great workv.  0 r-  etiioyed. BUILDING  A   BUSINESS  BLOCK  Mr. D. Morrison will enterta'n the Ml'-  T- c- Coogan our estimable  lovers of the Highland Scotch lang tailor is ,bu.lding a fine new block  uag# at a   Ceilidh on Monday 'ev- ul1 JEssendene Avenue, east, where  |ening( the 2Jrd in the Orange Hall ,ie' mi ends tp conduct his business  ^acUcers   f"Shfo'ulder   .together." ajid   alap,   reside.   Gradually   Ab-   0  bolsford is  growing  1   Dame Rumor, who is seldom at '���������  all wrong has   it thab   young Pat- Mr.  ,Gco.   Scoffin  of  Chilliwa:k  Burns,   now  lomployed  with    Mr. vas. the guest of Mr. D. H. Nelson   for the $woo"fl?lver'cup .givenby^A  Copping as chief cutter, has nqw this.week.                                               _Ei stilwe'ii, president'.of the Kan-'  secured  the  cage, and all  that is .   Sd5j City, Mexico and Oriental raii-  meqaiir������^   tc,  cedent the  lives   of Mr.  Robert   Wark of . Langley   way  for' the ,best exhibit of mar-  two   of   our  citizens  is   ttie- lifcjle Prairie paid Mr. D. H. Nelson     a .ketable    late    potatoes    grown in  document' signed by the.preacher visit  this   week  ���������Abb&tsford Hotel.  ' L.   E.   Harbur,. .Vancouver.  W. P. Morrison, Vancouver.  F.   VVii.liamd,   Vancouver.-  A. KeUe.t, Vancouver.  ( O.  Mitchell,  Vancouver.  H.. R.   Everett, Vancouver. .  F. II.  -Everett,  Vancouver.. .  G. 'Kcnals,   Winnipeg.  N:ck   Luker, Spokane  M.iiC   Mii'hck, Spoane.  J.   L.   Downea,  Marsford.  A   1-1.. Lawrence, .Vancouver.  li   W. Hill, Vancouver.  Mrs, William pavist Mt. Lehman  Geo    D.   Scott,' Vancouver.  K   lilack'burn, -Vancouver.  H  L. Woicott, Vancouver.  H   L.   Leggc,. Vancouver.  L*   G. Rogers,.Vancouver.  J, tt. Aliinson, Eatonvillc. , .  Geo/ Ferguson, South Vancouver  Vv     Cuth'beiftson,   City.,  A  K. Stevens, Vancouver.  J    VV".   Cornell,  Vancouver.  P.   Davids, Vancouver.  J   G. Williamson, Vancouver.  11, D. Koenig, Vancouver.  .������01  Longfellow, Halifax. N. S. .  T, -Radford, Siraiton  R    VV. ��������� Graham, Westminster.  Fred Becott, Glacier.  F'red  Becott,  Glacier.  P.  C.  Hauley, Glacier. r  W, C. Chanc'ey, Abbotsford.  J.   W.   White, Vancouver.  T.- Ii." Butler, Vancouver.  J. T. Chapman, Vancouver.  C   O.   Bradshaw, Vancouver.  ii. B. 1-Iavns, Vancouver.  W, J.,.Tunlick, Vancouver.  D. Chiiholm, Vancouver.  W: F. Fay, Jefferson.' Wis.  R. E. Austin, Vancouver.  J. Clark, Vancouver.  A.   G.   Clark,  Vancouver.  -T. J. Hull, Vancouver.  . 0 r���������  B.   C.  POTATOES     ���������--  ?  you  YOU WILL REQUIRE  Hardware      Furniture  Sashes and Doors  ; * i ,  These we keep in stock of first-class quality and at  prices that will pay you to deal at the Home Store.  Let us figure on your,order. ,. ���������  Mr. Asahel Smith has been for  the past month gathering potatoes  from all parts of the province ,to  to take to Ne(w York to compete  .. Geo..' Zeigler  < ������������������ ���������      ���������    ���������  Carriage, House  and Sign Painter  "Pat" says the...bird is ,a lovely  e.uger and warbles like the horse  CPackerei. They will spend their  honeymoon on the eastern shores  of  Abbotsford  lake.  ���������  Mrs. T. C. Coggan is visiting-  \\ith friends at Acme, Wash, and  now "'lorn'' is monarch of all he  surveys,  .was a Welcome visitor. Friends,  were' present from Roseddln, Chilli.  wack, Agass.'z. Mission. Haney.  Port'. Moody, Whonnock an 1 Langley and Mt. Lehman. lu;3 convention was a prepftra-tor/Mep-  ���������to an Evangelifstic ��������� campaign in  the   Fraser   Valley.   0   BORING FOR COAL  ON SUMAS MOUNTAIN  Messrs A. K. Stevens and H. L.  Legge with fifteen 'mien are ib.or-  ing for .coal on Sumas mountain  They have now go"ne down cuT-"-  siderable distance and have e\ -  ery indication of igetting the ide-  u.red black  diamond.  Mrs. J. A. Tupp?r a:cor->] ani::i;  by her mother spent Thursday in  Abbotsford. c  The football dan'-e list evening.  wa3 a grand succe s A full report  wli  appear next issue.   -;_  Mr. George Clark wh^ recigncJ  the position of agent here intendiss  tu go into business for himself in.  the cloth,.ng and gentis' furnishing,  liiu-tj just as soon as his new store-  iri completed���������about the first of  the month. Mr. Clark jis well-  known in the district and should..  .Ju well in business here for himself.       ���������'���������' ���������      ��������� - .   ,;��������� ,-;- "'-'���������'���������   "'-; ���������  kA  Mr F. J. Bo fer cnl;f^mily,h:ve  come lo -re3.de in Abbotsford. JVIr.  Boa.ter is lha new station agent.  HOTEL ARRIVALS  Commerelsl.  M.  Taylor City.        -  ���������J.  A.  Blair, Vancouver.  T.  MoComey,  Vancouver.  .    N, P.. S. Ealley, /Clayburn.  Harry   Conely. -W&slLWmate,!^..  Chas,   Schaffer.  .Wiestmfiinjster  H.   Campbell,  Vancouver. -  N.   P.   Kelly,  Vancouver..  E. Nelson, Tacoma.  ���������Jos.  Baines,  City.  P^u'. N. Erdk^n, Vancouver  J.   B.   Stewart,  Clajyjbui^  W.  Ru'soll,  Vancouver.  John   Wallace,   Vancouver.  J ohm Scherer, Vancouver.  Geo Fudger, Vancouver.  Geo.   Scott,   Vancouver.  A. A. Clapp, Vancouver.  W. K. Armour, Vancouver.  C.   White,   Vancouver.-  ���������P.- J. Boulter, Westminster June  P.   Thompson,   Vancouver^  J.   Jackson,  Vancouver.    <^  W,  R. Spcer, Vancouver.   1  Li A. Coghlan, Mt. Lehman.  Iver  Preston, Vancouver.  L.   J.Beach,   Portland.    '  'G.   Crawford,  Vancouver.  J, B. Nash, Vancouver.  S.   II.   Stuart, city.  P.   An-'erson,  -Westmlinster.  J. Jyles,  Vancouver.  FV)'y:d   App,   Vancouver'.'   ���������  Eel Brundage, Mission  T.  Densmore,  Vancouver.  H.  V.   Coutea, Bradner.  J  O. Ninte&s, Bellingham.1 Wash  W,;' Francis, Bellingham.  J,  Kilgour, .Vancouver,     r r ���������  <JV Bigg, Vancouver. : i  1911.  There  are  other trophies to  be  competed for;  ' $1000 silver cup for wheat, given    A UW������-P^l  by j. j. hiii. , Abbotsford  $1000 in gold for wheat by Presi- .  dent   Shaughnessy.  $!00u  silver cup for corn,  $1000  silver cup for oats.  $1000 silver cup for cotton.  |iu00   silver   cup  'for   barley.  $1000 siher cup for sugar  beets  $50J in gold for apples.  $1000  silver cup for hops.  $1000  silver cup for alfalfa.  The exhibition will be held in  hew, York between November 3rd  and nth  on Madison. Square  British Columbia- competes bnly  in, potatoes.  Call and get prices.  All work guaranteed  -       B. C.  Painting, Sign Writing  '  General repair work  J. E. PARTON :  Abbotsford        --       B. C  Good Storage Room for  Furniture.  "  WATCH ABBOTSFORD GROW  ABBOTSFORD  I Grain  Don't forget  WHEAT  $2.00  A. sack  We buy Poultry  igar biiamoeriain  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  Uonractor and Builder  The pheasant iseason opened on  Sunday las:: and hundreds of 'guns  were sending' the shot in all ^directions thioughout the Eraser Valley .  lhe pheasants weie plcn'ifnland  ilso were the signs "no shooting  allowed" the farmers believing  n the law of self-preservation.  J. J. SPARROW, prop.  Jobbing Brickwork  .. Chimneys a specialty.  Orders left at the office of  C. A. Sumner & Co. will re-  cieve prompt attention.  LIQUOR ACT,  1910.  (Section-4a,H,-*~-  - NOTICE is hereby given that, on  the first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal  of the hotel license to sell liquor by  retail in the hotel known as the Commercial Hotel, situate at Abbotsford,  in the Province of British Columbia.  Dated this 26th day of September,  1911.  james Mcelroy & Co.  For the Residence,  Store or Office.  For Factories and  Industrial Plants  Read the new ads. in this issue and  be happy, . ,      ,  .  Convenience       Comfort      Economy  Attention will be given to al! applications for service from'our lines.  Address all enquiries to  Light and Power Department  Holden Block, Vancouver.  British Columbia Elei  .��������� ��������� &  it  )>  ��������� - war*  .        ��������� ��������� ��������� i T ta?*3  X. .^v^^v*-^^:^^

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