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 -Oc-^flrr. tur^J^. -i.*  * -rt,"   <��������� Mto -ry-v     ���������* ��������� ,ji*i. rvi  f ^'���������-.(i/'tj*r-������AtfV/������-r������,>*i  "-*T,s.-Tjrj--i5:i*.i,?3*J-?h '.������    s'^y.^^n^^iJ/V.' i-i,S^J  ie  J.  I  It  ?  .f  w  ^j Le^lslat/Ve ^     :  N .*���������  'I  -1 'l1  / )  m n wm  -."Mai-*., i ri  Vol. L, No. 24.  ABBOTSFORD, B. C, FRIDAY, OCTOBER. 21, 1910  ���������     LIQUOR ACT, 1910.n ,  (Section  42.)  NOTICE is/hertfby given that,  on, the first day of December next,  application wiil be made to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for reneWa.'. of the hotel licence to'seli liquor by retail in the  hotel known as the Huntingdon Ho  tel, equate at Huntingdon, B. C.  i,u the Province of Brlti h Columbia  Dated-.this 12th Day  of October  1010.  PHILIP   MCDONALD.  -   Applicant.  >8 $1.00 PER   YEAR  -o-.  LIQUOR ACT,' 1910.  (Section  42.)  NOTICE  is  hereby   given (that,  on the first day of December next,  ftppliicjation will  he  made' to .the  Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the hotel     licence- to sell liquor by retail in the  ,    hotel known as the Abbotsford Hotel,  situate .at Ajbbotsford,  B... C.  in the. Province of Britim Columbia"  ������"' "'-'"Dated this 12th-Day of .October  1910. ���������-    -"  ; HARRY, FREEMAN.  >,--,;-''    *      ��������� . . <.    Applicant...  ,      , L'liQUOR ACT, 1910.-  .    ,/V  '-.' ..-(Section;42.)    '���������-���������' ;i.".���������.'  "-."NOTICE; is, hereby.."-giveir Hhat).'.  on, the first'day of December next,  ^ .'application will  be  made  to  the"  ."Superintendent.of Provincial.- Po-  . lice, for renewal\of the; hotel    -Ji-  -���������- cence to sell liquor-by retail in the  hotel known as the Commercial Hotel, situate >at Afobotsford,  B.   C.  in the Province of Brit i;h Columbia  Dated this 12th Day of October  1910. -  jame3 Mcelroy & 'Oo.  Applicant.  TIJK MAN AROUND TOWN  ��������� ~���������o��������� ���������  ,,On,o of our citizens has  turned  over  a new   leaf. -He   reties   now  at'8.p.m., and is up: with the birds  There  is  a r.umor  that' Jo  is a-  bout to spend  bin  honeymoon at  Abbotsford   Lake.   There 'may  be  nothing to it (hough.  Glasgow was in tho Royal City  U.c is said to have .brought home  a   -small   par^t. riis    intimate  friends pay it was uilk stockings.  B: J. cays that  playing  fodlball  requires more physical   , 'exertion  than sewing harness.-   lie says he  feels it in his bohes.  The Eagle is jnow in good trim.  Have  you .seen  a 'ghost?-   Ask  Cien.   He has ILi/mlot  beat at  the  post.  Who did you say that follow was  who was talking in his sleep the  other night?? Wonder what he  mea-niS^by it??  Marria.g'< /licenses   are   So'd   by  Gather wood in Mission.  The pen is mightier than      the  automobile.   It is  worse than  the  vce dog", so'high. - *  That's a   fine span of horses J.  don't dr':ve.  EXERCISE FOR YOUNG LADIES  -Throwing a 'follow over.  "/,-Tbssng one Vhea'd'in -the air.  ;>:JumpngVat a chance.;'   *  -Pushng one's'self forward. >.  Gettng in the swim."  ~ Fshing^ for an-invi[ta'tion.;  ^ tShooibng.arch glances.at a' .men'  - Twsting'him  around   the    litt;e  tngex1. .       ���������   ���������   ���������   ,  Casting-aibout for an excuse.,  ��������� Ruining-up 'millinery bilCs.,  o���������  SHORT COURSE IN-  FKUIT  GROWING,  Fruit growing lias developed  :noJit rapidly during the .past 20  j cars.   AI   lhat time  the  average J  ��������� lit jrn.wcrs nfti-r.planting their  .rces paid little attention to   them'  itil th.o fruit -W.--15 ready to pick.  IMic   result.  wa3'that ' a   -lot,   of  inferior - fruit  was  placed   on - the  market.   A few grower:; foreseeing  V  good'jmarlcet  for 'high   quality"  orchards  and  the] consumer soori  learned to appreciate the value of  fruif.,began by taking care of their  irood fruit, even al a ''higher piuce  TO 130RE FOR IRON. - '  The .supposed   rich   deposits   of  coal, gold and iron in Sumas   ��������� Mt.  has .caused- considerable attraction  this flummer, and there are some  who .claim that there are fortunes  to be made right at our very doors  Tho "mountain, has all been staked ffor ithe purpose of prospecting  for icoal and petroleum; and very  ! 4 i3C/4{';ory   analysis   ha3 ,    been  "made  of  the   outcropping.?,      and  efforts are being made to secure  Capital to  develop the  claims.     "���������  It remains however for Mr.     J.  BrowneIl. to/ be the first to secure  SUCCESSFUL FOOTBALLERS  To-day thej imauiMvho neglects'his    capital  to  proceed  with   develop-  Try our 'eimulsion of cod liver oil  for that cold.    ,  ABBOTSFORD DRUG STORE  -fl  erwear  c  Penman's Pen Angle and Stan-  field's that suits all in prices; fit  and weight.  Every Garment Guaranteed ���������  Bacianua������K������tBKUM>  Zimmerman's  or Women.  knitted underwear  line of Ladies' and Gent's  fine Shoes and Rubbers.  THE   PIONEER STO  orchard isays there, is ���������no money  i.i ffruit growing.; Tho reason is  evident. 'Fruit-.cf good quality  will .always have-' a market but  poor f r u i t \vi li be-/a " d r u g on th e  mark el: at nearly any price. Competition,-is-keen and the grower or  ���������S'..oc'iritior\ whici*. ifirts iip the best  'artiokt gelb the-best 'trade."'    ���������  Fruit growing i's'-a   science and  v'lould be considercd'as such.   Let  us consider .breif iy the fruit "grower as  a   scientist"* with -the  other -  scientists.   The  chemial. mixes -together two elements or compounds'  and   obtains   a   certain   result.   If  he understands his .bu3iness-'- -he  knows-in<most' casea'before he has  niada his mixture what result-will  be  obtained.     The . meteorologist  might'know that a.-AVet belt'.is  to -ba, found on' the  west .aide tof  .tha rockies 'and -a   dry belt on the  east 'side but he is not considered a  inqteorologist - until- he   kno.ws '.'or  has  tried to  ascertain the reason  for this  phenomena.       There  aro  certain well-defined'laws   -��������� which  govern these actions and when the  the  scientist  has  mastered   these  ev-eiii  Co ,a   small degree, he  can  carry on. his work with .soma results -and with a   great "deal more  satisfaction   The .same is^ the case  with'the, fruit grower.   Ilo   might  know  the  right  time  toprune,  to  cpray, to cultivate, etc., in-   a genera] way but until he knows why  this.is the right time ha is to a certain extent working in  the dark.  Vov example, wh,y,do    we use arse- nato  of  load   to  iconlrol  caterpillars .and   Black Leaf ,or  Emulsions of some kind lo icontrol a-  phids??     This year somebody ad-'  ���������vocatcd arsenate of lead for controlling! ^aphids, If this person had  known   the   feeding habits  of this  isect he  would have-known that  arsenate, ofl ead would have little  effect upon the aphid,1!.   The aphid  is  a   sucking  insect and   penetrates the leaf to obtain-its food and  would be*' very un'.ikeiiy to take any  poison with which the leaf     v/as  coated  into   its  stomach. This  only poison which would be'.any  use in (combatting it would be a  contact poison mich as a keroson  CTHilsion. This is only one of a  treat many examples of where It  is tof the advantage of tho fru'il  grower to understand, if only in  a small/way, the underlying principles which govern Jiia different  practises.  With these facts in view (lie Horticultural   bran'?!; ������uf the* 'department oT agriculture purjjo.se ho Icl  ing a   short course in fruit grow-  l i.n      .t'(t  'Aldcrgrove     in the  IJ>all\ on December lth and 2nd.'At  these meetings such questions as"  soils and their management, bearing 'habits of fruit trees, selection  cf tuurscry stock, ipruning, ~ ov->  char dplans and planting, orchard  me-nt work .pn the mountain. It  is- reported that be has secured ^in  tbe .neighborhood^of $30,00, to bore  for, iron, lie will confine his work  at .first on the'property of'S. S. De  Lair.  Should he be successful in securing the desired ore it-willmean a,  great  deal  to  'Abbotsford.  , WAS GIVEN SEVEN YEARS  The  Jap   Sasaki,   who  .severally  slashed one of his ,countryrqen last  June, at; Aldergrove, has been given 'Seven year in the penitentiary  to-ropent;of his doings.       ^ -f"'-' -  .   It will be.remembered'' that ".after .commiting the act, and,while  his'victinrlay in the Sumas hospit-,  al, Sasaki rejmaimed   out 'of, sight  for nearly three months.-       ' One  day ���������diqwe.Vjejf.'    Constahle-   - B.lack  received an intima^tioji. that there  was-a   possibility that-a'Jap who  hired a rig at Aldergrove was the  "lie feb'owi wanted. Black was taking no'chances and securing an au-  _lo" captured "his mam that day.  Sasaki's victim was crippled for  life.  Whe/n Sasaki was taken to tlie  penitentiary Thursday morning  he appeared very much affected  by his predicament and did not  display any -of the stoicism typ-r  ical iOif -"hi? race.  pusts-ii/nd  their control,  and    ail  subjects which are of interest  to  the practical fruit grower w,ill  be  discussed.        Practical demonstrations will be given whever possible  This course will be pr,aqtica,l and  will deal with  the  scientific .side  only enough .to give the grower a  better understanding of his'.practical work.   At one of the evenings   the   important   questions   of  organization  and  marketing iwlil  bei discussed by Mr. J. C. Metcalfe"  markets commissioner and Mr. R.  M. Wilson, provincial horticulturist.     Programmes will be posted  at a   later dale,  Eviciryonic (interested   in      fruit;  growing 'Should [mark the dates of  December ith| and 5th on their calendar and outline his work so as to  bo rnblo to spend  these <wo, days  in  Aldergrove.      These  meetings  rro especially   arranged ,to   meet  lhe requirements of the     'Lower  Ittuinlantl south of the Fraser River  but icveryone is welcome.   Similar  meetings aro  being arranged    to  cover 'the 'other ^districts.     vThe  department lias gone to no litt.'c  trouble land   expense .to   arrange  thes-.*  meetings .and  it  will ,be to  the -advantage of every fruit grow  or to be present at all the meetings  Come yourself, bring your' neighbors and iho prepared to ask questions and take part in the discussion.  , When Abbotsford formed a foot  ball .oliub this fai\\ it was not expected that they would be isC'Success-  in winning againsit such  well .organized and old teams as Mission  and Mt Lehman, but both" of the  teams went down  at  the       first  game,  and  now  Abbotsford   will  journey to Chilliwack-on Saturday  October'22nd to play.   It is hoped  they will be victorious.  iTh/e .game last Saturday '.with  Mt. Lehman, (boys was a good one  and our boys claim they had the  h&sfi of, it all, the way ^through and  right from tha beginning.  Mr. J. A. Blair once a good athlete; himse'.f, refereed the/game, and  to th* satisfaction of. all.  The two teams scored alternately  our-boys scoring first, then     Mt.  Lehman.     Gernaeji made tho first'  goal by -one of "those winning, kicks  nc-W so familiar to ,the boys who  practice   cm  the "school -grounds; '  them. Buckley; wishing to share   at ���������  least a   littlle (of  the hohor .sent -  another, ball where it woukl be remembered as a   winner; A.  riar-  rop 'sciored the third time for- Abbotsford. .   ,  . Our team-put up a   much better-,  game than they did at'M'-s- O4on,the  r-e.sul't"df the/few', practices'."they,  had-isinae;   and. play -d  .Together \  very well,     "   ���������         .  ���������. The following is the- team that  played;      " .,.      .',:      ' ��������� _ > ;  G oal���������Foa-iherstonehaugh  Back���������A.  Harrop,  W. "Welis,"  "HalfroacIus���������H.' Nixon,      Hayes,  .and Hogg. ' '    .       <  Forwards-D.-Wells, R. Buekl/ey,  C..Harrop, B. J, Gernaey,.andHeath  The/ foJjo.wim.gr wi,I,I be the team  that  will .meet  ChiMiwa,ck;  Gioa^���������P������a(tjh|ars(toinehaugh  ��������� Backs���������A. Harrop and Shannon.  Halfs���������Nixon,'Hayes and Hogg.  Forwards-Buckley,  D. '.Wells  C.  Harrop, Kenney\ and W. Wells.  Mr. E. Bush of Mission Qity will  referee the game.  LOCAL AND PERSONAL  Mr. E. E. Mathias has sold his 80  acres for $4750.  Mr. M. W. Copeland, our genial  druggist, visited his parents at  Chilliwack on Sunday.  The Huntingdon post office has  been Imoved -to the C. P. R. station   o   The membcr!-| of the Orange Order will entertain their friends at a  Grand Ballf and Supp3r .on Friday  Vovrrober tho 4th . in the Maple  Loaf Hall.   See posters.  Mr. Charles Neiwman 'of (Vancouver, spen,*i Thursday in town.  Miss, Campbell, who has made so  ���������na.ny fr!,ond< While in Abbotsford,  will shortly leave for her home 'in  Port  llnncy.  Tho sacred concert given by the  ladkrVofThe W. C. T. U��������� on, Monday evening was a grand success  Tho proceeds amounted to $34  The programme which was entirely by local taJiont was a grfea?  success and highly appreciated by  the .audience.  ���������ftomfcfthing    special    in      ladies'  f.ombes at the i  ABBOTSFORD   DRUG   3TORE  *'M  * SI  I  n  ���������r.\  *,'  j.  rj^y,^W_.*i������ii itV.TVtJ m  TWO  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,  ABBOTSFORD. B. C.  V  (a  ^CHURCH   SERVICES  ,   Presbyterian   ..Church���������   Rev;   J   L  Campbell, B. A., 13..' D.i.paitur.  Abboi!3i'p.-d; lj-a.m. and ir':30.'iJ.m.  Uppers una a,s, May 29,-.and\'every  a'.teriiiice- Su'nday at  3.'-p.ui.'  (". lit; .Wednesday- at. 8'p.m.  Sunday School a't Z p. jii.  Methodist Church-  Sunday School JO a. ru. .  '   Presbyterian    Chinch���������Rev.    A. ' D.  Alder.  Mount Lehinan, 11 a.m.  Pine Grove, 7 ;30 p.m.  Gienmore. v> uO  'VfTETK ABBOTSFORD POST  I'ubll.ihed    evory    Friday    by    tho    Post  '.,       PuMi.sliing-Coinpuriy.  A.weekly .loumul dcvfited  tc theintei--  .-  Is oi' Abbolsl'ord and gui: ^'Midlny dij-  ;rlet.  '' Adyorliiiny Kiitei-mado. know, 'n ap-  'I'.idatkm. ' ���������  ' -"LEGAL. ADVERTISING���������12'cents per  "line for flK-:t iirsertlor. und S c-cmik a nnc  i'or-all subseq uen t con :eculi\ e in -ortion -.  " Our Eliibbplcth���������Maitlier-for .nor agin'  ;1io   Govern-jnent.  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2!, 1910  ADBOTSFORO  POSTCFFICE  OflJce hours from 8 a. m. to 7 p, m.  No-314 Mail train from Vancouver  and east due-8:07. ���������  No 1'07 Mial train from State3 due  6:53.       '    ���������  Train No. 314 south bound due at  8 ;07; No 308 due at 17:27.  Train No.; 307 north bound due at  6;53;'No '313 due at 18:22.  Great Northern���������going, north  at  6 ;:M;-going south' at 7,15.  Mail for Upper'Sumas.every Monday,  Wednesday aud Saturday, 1 p. m.  Maii'fer Peardonville every Tuesday  and Saturday, 1 p. hi.'   '   ''  Mail for Aldergrove, Shortreed.  and Otter, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 1 p.m.     '*  .An unsignedcommunication has  bo-en received advocating a booster club for Abbotsford. Tlie -writer who signs himself "Booster"  believe it 'is po&s/b'e to boost the  zown to such an,, extent that tlie  population of; the town will be at  least 15C0 peop'.e" in tiiree years,  but fiays every man woman and  j'hild \v\ \ have lo work touthand  nail every hour of the day. Stran-  ���������iv things have happened and with  the writer we have faith that the  J town wiU go ahead.   If the writer  will send'his name we will publish  the- letter.  BUSINESS. DIRECTORY  ; . /.ABBOTS-FORD.  OF  Ceneri.1 Stores ���������  Authier Bros. ���������  D. W-.T-urnbull.  M. L. McPhee.-  1   Hotels���������       ".  Abbotsford Hotel, H. Freeman, Prop.  Commercial, J. A. Blair, Manager.' ���������  Real   Estate���������   ���������'"    ' '-}'   ''  J. W. McCallum.  C. A. Sumneor.  Western Realty, J. J. McPhee & W.  Nelson.    '���������  Lindsay. Russell, C. E.  Auctioneers���������  ,   Lindsay,Russell,. C. E.  . J.  W.'MfcCallum-'  Banks���������,  Royal Bunk of Canada, W. H. Kerr,  Manager.  Creamery���������  "&. A. How,e, Proprietor.  Hardware and Furniture���������  H.  A Ianson.  Butohers���������  J. Menkman.  Bathitf-atfa 'King.  Livery Stable���������  tyle & Anderson  B&ker and Confectioner���������  L. Legace'.-'" '    ���������    *'  RBSTAURANT-  Oernrad Andersen.  Shoemakers-^ .��������� ~u  M. Hauser."'  Board of Trade���������  J. W. McCallum, Secretary.  Blacksmith-i '   '  Stanley Ausneau.  Barber and Pool Room���������  .Toe. Sanderson.  Gr. Isenor.  Tobacco and Novelties���������  J. V. Means.  Doctor���������  T,. A Swift'.  SADDL.ERY. and I-ARDY7AMl?~  H. J. Oernaey.  MERCHANT  TAILOR.  T. C. Coogan.  SURVEYORS. '  Henderson   and  Taylor.  ABBOTSFORD DRUG STORE.  MUSIC TEACHER���������  Miss Alice Steed.  :j{^###^HM!f4^##^^W#^^##j}c^a,j[  Tho forowingi is taken from one  Victoria's  papers,'  Victoria  has  lost  the "provincial  university, if it can (be -sa^cF to Jiave  lost something which it,never had.  .-r..|" .: cri every hand a    filing  cf  keen 'disappointment  .and   not  .i lLlt'..e  cdrprise iaf the ."fjihal decision  of' the'Commissioners.   It  is  '<V..e U* -attempt to  bnrke  the fact  and  the  only  reasonable   attitude  :.i  to  dispassionately consider  the  causes which have contributed  to  an adverse verdict and to lay their '  lessons  to  heart.   The   Week  has  always maintained that the govern  ment should have settled the ques-  tion-of.:the uniYersity site.     Such a  jnatter. lay   distinct'y   within     its  prerogative and within, its ordinary routine, business.   The^magni-  tudco.f the question did not in any  benso) li'f i; it into another plane.. If  the government had dealt with the  matter--no-.doubt there would have  considerable- conflict,      and      the  subject would lhave-been settled in  the political arena, but this-hardly  constitutes   a valid  objection-     to  the constitution a Imethpd-of. procedure, which was followed when-a  matter, o^t^east^ equal, if not of  greater importa.nfe^v-^?,dealt with  xiz., the  location of  the^^pTa'rlia-  rne.nt  buildings.   To   this      extent  LheiVy'eek believes that the govern  ment .showed some we-.> ;ess  and  vai  -bian-ioworthy,   Luc,       unlof-  tunatciy the- comfnittes which represented Victorian interests, show  ed -eve.-, greater weakness, and instead of  contenting      themselves  with ���������&   very   aTole  'Statement    of  the  cas,e for -the'-.Capital City/,-it  stepped entirely outside the^imiits  of :1|heir .-authority .in  euggesting  that the .'question beidjealt -\vith\by  an  independent, commiss-ion.  Such  a suggestion furnished the govern  ment with an  easy  method  of a-  voi.ding ,a ' complicated  and '    disquieting problem, and it made it  impossible for Victoria to raise any  re.a,:^niab!o   protest   against      the  decision;.  It seems to the     Week  ih-.it  this  action  on   ilie .part      of  the   Victoria   committee   puts   the  city i:mlire!y  out   of   court,      and  there in absolutely nothing to  do  but to accept the verdict with the  "he   be.';'.  tlie country. The gas .'flame gives  a steady heat thatis susceptible of  ro������ulat:on-.whi'.o tho oillalmp is un-  uncerlain, needs more attention  and does- not give such-a- uniform  heat.'  ��������� -There'are numerous prover.bj a-  _biut the busy litt'e bee and the ju-  flnsiricus ant.'but the real -money  maker is the humble and unsung  hen.   It is estimated that the value  of the eggs laids in the United States 1909 was 500,000,000. Ten years'  ago tlie value was only about one-  fourth so great���������a little more,than  $M-1,000,000 for 1E93. The '-'figure's  give &ome idea of the -marvelous  growth of tiie egg 'industry.  This growth could, never have  ginc until the business reached its  present gigantic proportions with  out iho g-i-s heated incubator. Antiquated methods could never have  kept up with the 'wonderful expansion. The old-fashioned oi.'. "anip  is almosf: as much out of date for  hatching purposes as is the hen its  self.  Formerly   the  country  imported  a    very^'large  proportion of      the  eggs-used and exported very few  But tho .ratio has changed during  tho last decade and now the   exports far exceed the imports.   A-  bout 2,500,000   dozens  of  eggs   are  sent evci-y year to Great Britain  from tho United States.   .Curiously   enough  the   British    customer  does nofwant eggs with the dead  white shell.   He .wants an egg of a  deliqate   brownish   tint. (  This is a decided variation of the  sort of eggs in demand, not on'y  in diffe,renti countries, but in different States of the 'Union. In New  York istate-the white thinned shell  ed egg is in demand. In Boston  they want a yellowish tint to the  shell. - Experiments*are now under  way on the part of dozens of breed  ers and fanciers in various parts of  the '{country looking "forward toward -blue control of the  color.of  egg shell to fit the 'different mar-'  t  l.-o,f  AXLE" GREASE,    -     .  EARNESS' -OIL,    WHIPS,  CURRY COMBS, ���������  HALTERS,   MUSffES, " SWEAT- COLLARS,    and also  BICHMORE'S   GALL CURE, ^j������ch'_;W0:>/orrant  a satisfactory  Cnre for GslSs, WounrJs, and Sores upon animals. ~~"  P.O.Box 45  EN ���������  Abbotsford, B. C.  LiA/ERY AND FEED STABLE  .   .AND  TOURING AUTOMOBILE  We can give you the best  of altcnlion al Reasonable Rates.  Our Ncv*/ Touring Automobiiejs in greal .demand.  Wm. LYLE  Stables on Lsscr.clcnc Avenue  Then they arc fed evory two hours  with a special'y prepared food.  Five days after they are hatched  they are' given their first run in  a    small enciosure or yard.  POINTER, TO 'THE BRIDE���������  FOURTEEN WIFELY ERRORS  To tell ihim what her mother says  T.o\ allow/him to edit her letters.  Td'economise' at the expense -other personal  appearance.  To' lex.poct him to like her best  friend's husband.  keits.  egace  ABBOTSFORD,   BAKER  Bread, Buns, Kisses,  Cream Puffs'  Wedding Cake a Specialty ,  abbot������f6f*p, b. c.;  The loss ofa man's temper re-  with fewer good results than any  any other thing known.  grace   possible.  THE JTUMBLB HEN- ADDS  TO NATION'S   WEALTH.  A -billjon  dozen  chickens      who  pecked ".bhefr  way  to 'daylight  in  the' United /States  last   year  had  incubators for their grand parents  ���������or  slop  grand  parents,   at least  says .the   Brooklyn  Eag'/e.      Two  billion dozen eggs (were produced  in..'that period and a   half of them  were, laid by incuba,tor hens���������hens  .that had themselves been hatched  in 'an incubator, by the heat of the  gas flaime.  For gas.:is replacing-the oil lamp  on nearly every chicken farm  in  In ' ail' the best chicken farms���������'  really model establishment, where  nothing but gas is used to hatch  but the,-eggs, and to keep the"  brooders   warm���������the brooding  house and incubators are built in  combination.   On the usual model  farm tho incubators arep laced in  L-hs eei',ar 100 by -20 feet, where 10,-  000 eggsVmay be heated to a .temperature of 103 degrees for 18 days  In one,- large New Jersey     far.m,  45,000 cubic fe^it of gas is usedeaoh,  .month.   At  this  farm  the  gas  is  piped directly to the incubator cellar through service pipes after it  has be(en, metred in the workshop,  gas eingine is used .to crush the ma  terial for..the mixed food given tov  the chickens.   The heat in the incubators is regulated automatical  ly  by   means   of   a   thermometer.  Uniformity of heat had been reduced to such, an exact   .science  that 35 par-cent.-more chickens are  hatched from a   given number of  eggs, en an average, .than ^before  '.he old' oil lamps were Isuperced-  by the[ use of gas.  In thct big farm the whole business is carried on in a   mo3t systematic   mainncr.   Card  racks   arc  mai,ntaine:d. on Which ar erecorded  the' day am -hour at which the incubators .are  set  and  the humber  ctf c;ggs,-t-hat -have '/been placed in  the machine.   After fourteen days  of  steady  and   uniform heat   the  eggs are, taken out of their trays  and tested by experts who know  how'to toll the difference between  the fertile eggs and the ones which  [ will not turn out a   live chicken.  Usually it is the twetieth day when  the first cheap is heard.   As soon  as the chicks are ,out of the shell a  memorandum is made on another  oard, and the newly hatohsd features are placed in the . brooder.  This is sometimes called the hover  forit is a   rough aortoi,  limitation,  of .the.fiprea.dout wings of a   hen"-  who is covering her chickens.   The  hover is heated by  means of air  which get.B .its  temperature  from  gas, between,90 and 100 degrees.  It is at least 48 hours after the  .chickens.are,hatched  bfore  they   &V>-~  are   given food for the f]...st tim&    ^g=  Following the; general custom of  so-mef writers' to point out the errors 'of the; feminine -portion7 of  the( world> .a recent periodica,! has  given a classification of the wife's  errors. There are 14 in all and "are .,  as follower  To ;askr-a   man :Where he is going' when 'he "goeg out.  ���������To"'a's/k him'-:where he has been  when) 'he(. comes back.  To, tell Jiim 'everything and thus  reveal her limitations.-  To ask himi' to put on her rubbers, t i  To allow his sto.ck of, handkerchiefs,' and^'socks to run low.  To buy bargain neckties.  To tell him that he is good-looki-  ing.  To lexpect him to have, the last  word. v  To(.leV!him know how old she is.  N  "    HE .WAS'FRANK       <  Physician���������|cHav������ you any aches  or pains, this morning?"  Piatiejat���������"Yes, .doctor; it hurts  hie to breathe; in fact,, the only  trouble! now seems to be with my  breath, v , ������    '    ',/  - Bhysicia-n���������"All right, I'll give'  ���������you isolnething that will soon'-stop  that." , '  THE ETERNAL FEMININE.  Just as we have always said-  women don't really want to vote;  all they; wafnt is the fight to vote.  And after; they get the right it fe  like last summer's hat.  m  WANTED TO RENT in-Matsqui  in one ormore blocks���������300 or 400 ae  good  land  already  under cultivation.   State terms to F. S; care of  this  paper, Mission  City.  Time Is Worth Money, So Is Hayi  - - But it is worth more money when it is'baled, becanse it is easier to]  handle and retains the sweet flavor that is necessary to bring good -prices |  And to jxoperly bale hay so that time may be saved an.I. H. C. hay press j  is indespensiable.  See H. Alanson for terms and prieci.  A. G. BROWN 8c CO  1048 Westminster Ave., Vancouver, B. C  INSURANCE LOANS  Abbotsford Homesites  If you are looking- for a home  or snappy investments  in town lots, acre-  ���������   age or farm        ;;-:  property   ,  '.'see.//;  The Pioneer Eeal Estate Broker of Abbotsford  ���������in  'I  t  hi.  if.  l:0>  s>  I  * t**.-.;-'.^!-,^-***^.^^ ,.���������v>7^^^rr/j\v^w,.S?.*:K:t*JTi*^^^ :..:-J{^mux-i  , jjuinm.-; ;"-v.tiW"JasAaaa������iM-Ki������.-������������-^*r������j..-B,iij^aa������������������  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,      ABBOTSFOBID, B.C.  THREE  P  ft  il  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  , Capital paid up, 5,000,000. J  : Reserve Fund,   5,700,000.  .   Total Assets, 70, 000,000.  "A general banking business transacted. !  SAVINGS   BANK  ,,   .j Accounts opened with Deposits of  1.00. and upwards.   Home Savings Banks issued.  .    , Banking by mail given every attention.     We  : have correspondents throughout the world.  ,  GEO. H KERR, manager  .v:~,~^rxr^A\  j. Mcelroy & Co.  i^j^:  trQUORS, "WINES AND   CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  Cor. Essendene Ave. and Oscar St.,  CITY'  10th.  WATCH THIS  SPACE-FOR  SUBSCRIPTIO/S  ANNOUNCEMENT  ������S--v." tw  Winnipeg, Man.,  Oct  W.. E. Sco,tt, Esq.,  Deputy Minister -of  Agriculture  Victoria, B.C.  Dear'Sir;  .' I ihavei tha   honor   to report  as  follows; ..    j  "Calgary, Oct. 3rd���������On interview-  iewing retailers here they, reported tha large frius that came from  B. iC. as .most satisfactory, in every  respejct. The .pack has much improved over former.years especially was this 'noticeable of peaches  in thel latter part of this season's  pack being much tighter and more  weight to package.  Some*few second -crop 'strawberries coming iin from B. C. arriving in 'good icondition and fetching  o,n first shipments $9 per crate,  but fchef supply 'now 'hieing: more  plentiful $5 ipei-crate jobbers price.  M&dicinie .Bat, Oct. "4.���������Plumte,-  prunes-and ipeaches are over here.  This point being reached by Crow's  N.e-st line/ 1/arge quantities of American fruit are shipped in here, although town is small retailers buying, car- lots, .and jobbers bring in  car loads and distribute from here,  down the main lines east, prices  being cut close, express and fre'g.'it  rate?) being low to this point from  American, "side.-' ��������� ������������������;  ���������Regina, Oct. 7.���������I saw in the Mc-  Pherson Co.'s warehouse here American apples in boxes winch he  stated cost him 50c. per box, f.o.b.  point of shipment and although  certainly good stock for that money were only wind falls bruised  and mixed sizes and quality, they  comprise Blue Pearmain, Yello.w  Bclleflcur and (Nonsuch. I saw B.C.  cantaloupes here, were sma'l and  green, at .present they arc slow of  sale and demand is very limited for  thorn. I saw B.C. Italian prunes  from Vernon, B. C. here although  in-some 'length of time were holding up well, jobbers selling retailers at the following prices;  American apples  per  box,  $1.05  'B, "C apples per box, $2.00.  B. C. green tomatoes  in  apple  boxes, $1.25. ���������    *  B. Cltaliaw prunes, $1.00  Winn:fpe|g,-0et 10th���������The Mc-  Naugihton Fruit Exchange      here  itajtcid, theyfhad (one car of apples  nd onoi oir of plums and prunes  :rom   Victoria   Fruit      Exchange,  Victoria, B. C, sold by 'auction at  he following prices';  \rj-ples,  per box,  No.   1     $1.35  Apples,  per box, No.  2.       1.00  Plums  per ease    '-   .69  Prunes, per case   .63  These ,wore certainly very fc,w  ���������iriccs. They further report* selling 60 carloads of (mixed fruits and  vegetables this season to date for  the St., Catherines Cold Storage  Fruiff Co.,-.of St. Catherines, Out.  To Summarizr���������Although   prices  given in this report  of American  apples by jobbers apparently seem  low they all admit the quality is  far below the B.C fruit benig offered  and   quoted   at   higher   prices  this season, and are all prepared to  buy  if  solcitcd   by   our  shiippers  more particularly if they are called  on, by solictor personally ii.t is far  the   best  method   to   insure   sales  would advise growers and shippers  to   hold ' firm .to  .present- prices  asked   for  good   varieties   of  No.  .1   grade  and   pack   a-3  prices ,aro  ruling higher everywhere., for No.  1  stock of winter varieties.  Yours faithfully,  J. C. METCALFE.  Commissioned-.'   o ���������  ^rrssroy city itnals.  WESTE  EALTY CO.  aUMWMfeBMM���������aBSIIBMWMWHMW  Farm Lands  and  Town Lots  VANCOUVER AND ABBOTSFORD  ��������� Mr. George Webster who has the  contract ,for the bui.'ding of the  Dewdney dyk-j, wa i in M'ssion City  on Monday. His . forpman Mr.  .D. McDougall and mien "are rushing  iheir part of the work.  . o   Mrs. Sam Giles -acconrpanied by  her daughter Helcnis visiting her  frioiids in Sarnia, Ontario.  Mr. C. KeKiher of Matsqui Prairie  had quite a surprise on Friday evening last week when'a, number of  his Mission friends pajid him a visit  to ^pend the 'evening. Mr. and  Mrs. Kelliher were voted by the  party as admirable host and hos-  tes.  Rev. D. W. Scott of Maple Ridge'  will preach in the Methodist church  on Sunday:next.  . AN  INTEESTING CASE.     .  At MI ton,- Sept. 28, Judge. Gor-  ham, of Haltoh, delvered judgement n' th'e' license appeal case.  John Tnanor, of the Stration hotel,  Georgetown, was fned some time  ago by two Georgetown mags-  trates for selljng liquor in quanti-  te's greater than .cine quart at a  tmie-. Two detectives- swore that  thai; 'they -"had asked Tranor's bartender to sell them 'four bottles  of a\e\ >in quarts, but he had refused, rto give them more than one  each, 'butiftold them to go out and  coma back and he would 'sell them  another bottle each. They got  one each, settled, stepped on .the  vera,ndah> returned in a minute or  so and-got and paid f jv the second  bottle each. The judge decided on  .this evidence that there was no  connection between the two sales  and quashed the conviction with  costs -to   the   appellant.  WISE REMARKS  There's a difference between  looking for work and going after'it  Tho easiest way to prove that  heat expands is to give the average  man  a little hot ah*.  Make sure (hat however good  you may be you have your faults  that .however, dull you may ibe  you can find out what they are.  and that however slight they may  be. y/ju would better make some  pat font 'effort to get rid of them  ���������Rusk in.  We've .known cooking school  girls who didn't pan out well.  Girls  who carry watches in  the  belts are guilty of  wasting their  iniiS.  Some girls can stand a man who  is dissipated if ho fortune, isn't.  A girl who has a large circle of  frionds generally runs around a  good deal. .  Even if marriage is a failure a  widow is always willing to take an  other chance.  traffiiBSgMmgiwrawwm^^  ABBOTSFORD, B, C,  Strictly first-class, in every respect..  The bar is  stocked with the best of wines, liquor and cigars,  RATES,   $1.50 T0,$2.00  PER   DAY  H. FREEMAN,  PROPRIETOR  ������������������-���������. -���������-! ���������  ",     .tea������  Insurance. ..<.-. ... Phone No. 1 ' "������&���������  <��������� P. 0. Box 58  f  T  -��������������������������� REAL ESTATE  ���������!���������'    X  <*���������'  AND   COMMISSION   AGENT V  - X  <**.  I ���������A^li"\l' .j  t  t  T  t  f  Y  T  T  T  T  T  f  t  ���������?���������  T  T  ���������!���������  I  T  t  T  For This Week  Several 5 and 10 acre blocks adjoining the  Townsite of Abbotsford at.   ���������  $90, $100 and $110 per acre  Terms, quarter cash, balance 1, 2, and 3  years.  fr  7 Townsite lots adjoining the B, C. Electric Railway.    All cleared.  per  One-half cash. Balar c :��������� in 1 year,  A few lots on Cyril street at  Vancouver property is at top notch prices.  Be wise  Buy Abbotsford   Property  and get in on the ground floor. Two  years ago Abbotsford was a village of  less than twenty buildings. Today it has  over two hundred buildings and is still  forging ahead.  T  Land Exchange Office ,  Abbotsford, B. C.  !    '.  if  Hi  "'A  *    ���������  ���������<K~K~K~KKK^^^ ������6ui*  THE ABBOTSFORD POST;   -ABBOTSFORD/B. C\  ���������u.i.^_  >!Vhm^>jMiM J>^p.r^Mn������3n������T1|li.|M-f.^.  U  =!?  I  3):  All kinds of fresh meats in season.  Fresh Fish every Thursday.   -  ONLY Al   MEATS  KEPT  IN  STOCK  We deliver the goods  Hotel  MISSION CITY, B.C.  ivlatsqui  ���������>������' ."~..V,.<  ���������^^���������^^MKM^K^S^MWfciMKM:.::1^-!:  AIR Ti  This hotel has been   thoroughly  . rennovaled throughout and is now  open to the public.  ,The   Bar  it  stocked  with   the  choicest wines,- liquors   and cigars.  Rates: $1.50 to $2 per day  SAM GILES, Proprietor.  T  ���������St,    &  At prices never before offered in Abbotsford.  ������������������ 18 in. $2.35.       21 in. $2.65.      22 in. $2.85.     ���������������������������  23 in. $3.15.    24 in. $3,50.  There are only 50 of these stoves to be sold at  these prices.    Secure one while they are going as j  there is a cold winter ahead of us.  ��������� If ordering by mail enclose right amount and  state plainly size required and kindly mention that  you saw this ad. in the Abbotsford Post.  fefieersQEi &  (Associate , Members Can.   Soc. C. E.)  .Civil Engineers  R. A. HENDERSON  B. C. LAND   SURVEYOR  Offiec, next P. 6. P. O. Box 1 I  Fresh Milk  J.A. CATHERWOOD  NOTARY   PUBLIC  FIRE   AND  LIFE   INSURANCE  Issuer of Marriage Licenses.  MISSION CITY B. C  "nftrt Tnmi  '������������������ffiTTSniB  12 quarts, $1.00   Delivered once every morning  j Harrop Bros.,   Lythwood Ranch.    Abbotsford  Our cows are specially selected! and quality guaranteed.  sale.  Social and Personal  Mrs. Pike, from Bellingham is .on  a   visit to Mrs. James McGowan.  Mrs. ��������� Buker from  Pine      Grove,   o   ,spe,nt  a   few days  in .town  this  On examination he found it was  friend and chum Alex Roharge  He found that the man was shot in  the face.���������the shot fired at the bird  had also wounded his friend.  The wounded man was hurried  to M'ission,City fox medical assistance.   On (examination by Dr. J. A  ~r^,~   u    A^ ���������   ,ua.j,0   tll   tuwii   imis   i  ���������> ���������"*���������,"��������� -���������������.  week; while here -she was the guest ���������stuart' i<: was found that Mr. Ro-  r\-r    A.T..0     tit-tit-  hararp .was mnt m^i'inno'n l-.*-.*.*-        *r_  Of  Mrs. McMenemy.  Mr. Brown returned from. Spokane on Monday evening.  ���������Mrs. -Beckett loft   Tuesday   ev-  , ' ening, for Alberta to join 'her husband who left a   month  ago      to  take, iup   a   .homestead   there*     "  Miss Elliott of Vancouver is  speeding a week's holiday with  her parents, Mr. .and Mrs. Elliot!  Mr. J. W. McCallum returned  from Vancouver on Monday.  A full Line of'cigarettes and tobacco at the  iBBOrSFOKD   DRUG   STORP  Mr. John McDermott of Chilliwack was in town on Thursday re-  -newjng old aaquaintanqes. -'He  has not visited us since February'  He says we are getting ,so many  new buildings, in Abbotsford he  does not know the place  Mr. Sale, who J,oft us .a few flays  ago, paid us a flying visit on Thurs  day (evening.  Mr. S. A. Morley, who haa been  relieving Manager Kerr of the  Royal Bank here, leaves for Victoria to-day. Mr. ,Korr having  fen joyed ,his holidays has again  assumed his duties.  Mr. S. Jones, of Victoria, was in  town, last week and purchased the  Thomson ranch near Peardonvill*  On November i8th Che ladies rf  /������bbo������tafoiqd.. wil 'emternain their  friian,ds in ithe Maple Leaf Hall.  ACCIDENTALLY  SHOT  (From Fraser Valley Record)  On Saturday last white Mr. H  Kor.tem,of Dewdney was out hunting ha took aim-at-a grouse, and  after Shooting he went forward  to pick up the bird; but while do-  uig^o',he heard wha.t he believed  to .be the gro,an3o,f  ,a,human being  barge was >not iseriously ,hurt.     He  wa,s taken to Mrs. Middleton's hospital. '    ��������� ���������' , /  It appears   that  (neither  young  man knew that the other was out  hunting.   The bird:was found next  day   by   a third   party. "Each   had  ���������shot a bird previous  to  the  eeei-  dctfit.  Mr. Re barge had sufficiently recovered to'walk downto 4>he doc-  ' tor's office yesterday, and in all  probability will, have il|eft the  hospital for his home by the time  our readers have perused this is3ue   o   CHINAMAN SUICIDES  Su Chung, a Chinaman, who recently came from - Vancouver to  Mission imaking his home, with C.  A. Song, committed suicide on Monday morning In hi.3 bedroom.  It appears that Su had sent $500  to his brother in China to come to  tome to Ca,nada, and the brother  spent the .money, and Su probably  became despondent and decided it  was better "not to  be."  The jury brought in a verdict  of suicide.  The, remains were shipped -to  China on Monday evening last.  Among those who passed - the  surveyor's -examination we . find  namo of Mr. Charles Murray of  Mission City.   o   HOTEL ARRIVALS  ABBOTSFORD   HOTEL;  0. T. Rent, Sumas.  R. J. Rockcy, 'New  Westminster  J.   Chalmers,  Vancouver.'  James McNally,  H.- K.   Carse, New Westminster  C. B. Miller, Vancouver.  K.   Fulton,   Vaneo-uviejiv  'O.  M.   Stirten,   Vancouver.  A. Ellison, Vancouver.  J. D. Brown, Mission  City,  L. T. Rogers, Vancouver.  J. M. Mahen, Vancouver.  J. Mitchci:, City. , .'���������'���������  T. Kama, Vancouver.     v  F.   Cita,  Vancouver.  Jamc^Mc-FarJane,   Vancouver.    .  J. O. Perfect, Vancouver.  J-  J.  La.n,o,   Vancouver.  T.'C. Groves, Peardonville.  S.  I. Hamilton, Vancouver.  Fred O'N'eil,' Vancouver.  A. E. Wilder,' 'Vancouver.  Victor'Martin, New Westminster  G. Lib-: rgclb,'Sumas."  I-I. M. Munford, Vancouver.  C.   L.  LcPage,   City.  Mr, and Mrs."W.J . Frcemrm.  E.   Thomas,  Vancouver.   -  S. H. Allan; Vancouver.  L. K. KoI"y, Vancouver.  A.  Butherel/ Vancouver.    '  S.   M.   Ward, Vancouver.  A.  Vincent,  City.  W.. A. Sheldon, Vancouver.  -  R.   Peterson, 'Sumas.' " '  3.   C.  Sparra,  Huntingdon.  L. P. Sharp,.'Vancouver.  K. M. Sharp, 'Vancouver.  W.  'Jameis'orf,' Huntingdon.   .  W. T. Jackson;* Vancouver.  COMMERCIAL  HOTEL;  H. G. Wilso.n, Vancouver.  .T   Bailor,  Abbotsford.  J. Marion, Suma3, ,  Ge-orge  McFarlajid, 'VancouverJ  James  Lombard,  Huntingdon.  John. Boyd, Huntingdon. . ' ���������   *  A. J. Gland, Vancouver.  C T. Tkahash', Vancouver.  Mrs. Fairy,- Huntingdon.  ��������� G. Boardsur, City.'  T." Paulsen, Tacoma."  E.  W. Harrison,  P. Jumporb, Suriias.  J. Beer. Tacoma.  Chas.- O. Oleseh, Sumas."  "  E. Johnston, Huntingdon.  ��������� J.  Erlckson,- Huntingdon.  V. Johnson, Huntingdon.  H. K. Ealcombe,-New    Westminster. . -  Carl  Larsen,   Bellingham.    -  Torn   Jaffray,'  Geo   Gardner,   City.   "  R. D. Douglas, City.  A.  Grant, -Vancouver.  George   Syrotuck,   Vancouver.  A a drew Leitch, Sumas.  W. A. Sheldon, Vancouver.  F.   II.   Cas&els,  .Vancouver.  L. H. Leigh, Vancouver.   o .  THE    MARKET.  Now   Westminster,  Oct      14th���������  The   market   showed   a' reaqtion  after the slack time of fast week  and a   large  amount of  business  bo/th   wholesale   and  retaij,  ,'was  transacted in all the lines. The sup  ply of produce in most .lines was  larger than for many  weeks and  demand   was   brisk.   The   a  ancc> was not as 'large as     might  have been expected, but this was  attributable  to   the   soaking  rain  which prevailed, making it ' un-  phauant  far  persons ; a:ttendijig'  thi .markeft ,and keeping at 'hcurae  those who did not find it necessary  PIGS ALWAYS FOR SALE  Wellington Eanch  Abbotsford B. C.  big wholesale,,.business - ,������wa3 trans  acte.d.   Beef was not as  plentiful  as usual.   By the carcass they were  purchased at from 8c to 81r2 cents.  Par [hindquarters from 10c  to  lie  was paid for and for forequarters  from 7c to 9c.   There was     more  veal and of better quality sold than  has been seen for some  time and  prices paid ruled higher accordingly.  (Especially    moitidaabDe     were  two' icxcfeptimally .fine      carcasses  for which 12 cents were pa'd.   ,Mut  ton, in, offerings were sufficient to  supply  demands  but  lamb     ..was  -represented, by <o,nly two carcasses  Pork was plentiful/the best selling  at  13   1-2  iciqnts.  (Retail (butchers'  transacted a   large  business, 'pri-  tho  to be there  The meat market was strohg to  day and -prices ruled higher, than  for some time. There.'was good  quantityof    meat offering and   a  ttend-, j'res'generally remaining about  samjQ.  The-   poultry   supply   waa  $arg0  and the demand forg ood birds was  heavy, th;f'p'/aces'advancing* in response.   ,Mixed hens .sold at $9 per  dozqn, chickens at $7, white Leghorns and Buff Orphingtons $10.50  Plymouth Rocks for $12 and mixed  ho.ns.a(? $10. .Chickens sold by the  majority of the dealers at $7, higher prices being aske'd but pot paid  retailers finding ..that they could  scc'ure a better .price 'for produce  raia-hg to CO c/ciits. Gr^in & -Son  sold -thon retail at 55 cents. .The  whotesaie, buyers.had Jto .pay 50c  for Ithc-ir eggs before the (market  closed, although some were "secured at, a .lower figure earlier m the  morning. The ruling prices last  week were 45 cents wholesale and  i>0 -oan-ls retail.  Th,:t fruit offering was small and  confined to apples, most of which  ���������'.J a!j $1.25 a   (box.  The following are the  ions:  Beef, forequarters per lb  Beef, hindquarters     Lamb, per lb.    Mutton, per lb    Veal, per lb.    Pofrk    ���������wjiole.sale,  ."   Ducks, per dozen   Fowl, por dozen    Heois, per dozen,.--.. ,  Spring  Chickens'" ...".'.'.'  Eggs, wholesale    Egffs,-retail <   Butter, retail    Picked potatoes, sack  Apples,  Eggs  advanced  another  notch' L ���������        ",   .unci   no.icn, j Onions, wholesale, sack ...  quotat-  8 to 10c  '���������*������������������������������������������������������������������������*   lflf    1*1 c  ���������"��������� -������������������������ 13c  ��������� 10 to Jic  ���������������������������;  12c  ������������������ $9 to$12  $10 to $12'  ."$9 to $12.      $7 ���������  ������--....������.., 50c  ���������_55c tic? 60     40c  '-   $1.25  -1 $1.25  - .$1.50  M  if  P  t$  \fr  f  ft;  if  If

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