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 . VilMi-/_rt *._m -0  '' '/"������������������  P-_*.<>'*_'V-V'l'*  ?���������*^ ^.-^  '-!^X  *s-i  i  n  fl 1  #Y  1  w  ������  .te (���������  W  l.������H  1?*  K1*  P  S1'  lit  ^  SB''  1<J  W  SB   '  !,<  I']'  '^  E*  ^J  Sfei  *i_i  i  1  '<*1  ii  MB-1  -������fe. ���������  <-x    x   '������  <p  ������___s_  ���������SBH3B9E!__S!_8BSE  SEMUK  HH5  1.1 u n������ii m niiummwuiiijii '*m>  ���������'.���������������������������Hi  ������������������-  Vol:IIL, No. 17.  ABBOTSFORD, B. C, FRIDAY, S15?TEMBER, 1 1911  Ig^.T-amFnTiTiViTiJ-l���������it"  t���������t������������������������������������-.���������Mwi-i.--i.-i r. -������������������-in������������������imi.-������g���������r-.-���������-  -rr~rr ,    ���������-���������trj- t -  I  <-<frl  'ii������rrr'~>rintr  8 $1.00 PEE YEAR  ������____  "k U--TflHTIMI lii mwiawnranBTii  ~i_frir iHroBiKTWF-raig  *  vtv iVi"-"4*  *  *  n  a  *  - .STEEL  LAYING  ON  C. N.  R.  The   Canadian   Northern  are  at  - present "about  to cross-the  C.  P.  track  at' Matsqu , *:-  Lteel-ali the way from Port Mr.no  Lhat far. About a m'le a dyy is  the record"for the steel,gang.  OLIVER  AT ABBOTSFORD  '  MATSQUI  EXHIBITION  A   meeting of the directors and  *  *  *  *'  *  *  *  *  *  *  STRINGING. WIRES ON MAT3QCI  The Western Canada'Power Com'  pahy-are   rushing  the work      of  erecling'the poles and stringing on.  ��������� he-, wires tp connect up with with  ������iayb'urn.-"'l<ast   Thursday      they  Mr., John-Oliver, the Liberal candidate held .'a fine meeting at ao- membeers was (held in Glenmore  botsford on Saturday evening last schooi house on Saturday, August  This paper- is unable to size up ibtll t0 ,make ,fi]aal arrangements  what the meeting did for Liberal- 7ur Uie forthcoming exhibition,  ism or how it killed Conservatism tf wag dee[de& to hold the exmb_  but  the  meeting lor .several lea- -dl0Il m the Glenmore schooi .house  :-'s'-"'*   ^V ,lS'-11- grounds   supplementary   to  Judging  from,' the jnany ovations bu:1U!llg. Wiih tents. ���������              '  to the speaker one could not help '.  ,r   ��������� i'���������.*,���������     . '.    ,  Mr.-J. A. Morrison-wa3 appointed  thss*'  A good tea that continues good ||  is a good tea to continue to buy  ��������� fiSUNB__AM;;TEA;isvthBit  kind of a good Tea.     ���������  but see that there were, not on������y  many of the Liberal faith there  but also numerous Conservatives  who by their, actionns were not  in   accord   with   the \,ispeaker's   i  started ������������������ to -erect the pcVles at the  '35 Fr__er\ffive$ and notwithstanding   ZaiTln l^nci^]''^^en'^  li   -lic-nttie   ditf.cui.y_     encountered    ,othe_   mafcter  which characterized  4!  *'  j*!  N  k  k  k-  Blendid and packed" expressly for my  '- - own trade.      .    ���������  *:  ha'i   reached'; Matsqui- on  Wednes  day  evening.' with .'the wires,  'iiad the company been permitted  to.carry out the original plans.it  was   expecte'd   that' the work.,  would  be completed in four days  ' from   the' date of beginning.  .  OATS IN THE RAIN  I he recent;rainB caught some' of  the   farmers ,.with  their .oats   out  in, the'field ixi the ishock'.   It is not  believed hpweyer tha,t much "dam  the meeting, placing it in a   class  by  itself   was" the sporty 'actions  of the'speaker in his $100 ,bet With  'a   ^onsei valtive   themfber -.bf^the  audience.   The   audience;  was'   . a ������������������  niui&eu  to say .the least.  .       ..   ,  ��������� Mr. J. W-. McCailum occuiJied the  chair  and  in a   manlier that  was'  pleasantly' "satisfactory   to   the big  auuience. ' -' ���������      ���������  The^ following report' taken from.  the~' Westminster. ;Liberal .paper wh 5  had'a' representative -"present ib a-  y:'���������'i'-Tia'-'e- for thT stoek.  ', E.' G. Phillips was appointed  "in  charge  of the field roots and vegetables, R. Owen'for the-fruit and  and, f.'owefs; and Mrs. L. Alexan-  -u_L\'for tha children's and women's  ��������� work.   ' .    <     -  . There ��������� will be. no entry fee vfor ex  hibits of school children's work or  women's work.   .  11. R*. Phillip's was appointed gate  keeper and the matter of a   stand  f ji- soft .drinks, ,?candy etc was .left-  mn the,hands of the secretary.  Mis.  p   A".Johnson was      given  charge'of'the dining room.   -   ���������  J. .T. Aish, P. Jackman and W. J.  Marolv  were 'appjih'.e.d a   commit  ^y-age1 will" be^adne^.to^tha crop.;'be- '��������� bout  as  good -a: report from " a  '. ;'  '������ < .vond ihe, darkening ofithe grain".      Liberal .standpoint! ja's'^orie   woul3   f, "  wish.  ABBOTSFORD and HUNTINGDON, B. C.  ' *-\  I*  "      TAYLOR IN ABBOTSFORD  ';Mr.-, J..-D. Taylor, the Conserva  tiv'e .candidate >for- this "riding; ex-  rpeets t tof. address -'the'. elec;6'rs~ 'fT  :Monday . evening   September   11th-'afternoon and- the .week-"was-com  n ;! lis-Maple Leaf. hall.        ' r r'   :��������� -     Abbo'islora' oh-,SaLur.day..night. Ev  CARRYING   CONCEALED   ARMS  f'ery where- the ^meetings .were      a  ej to -have charge- of the sports.  The secretary reported that S-.;nV  i   made  (arrangements -' for      a  football   match   between  Abbots-  fjxd,.Juniors arid Mt.Xehmah Juia-  iors ,ana-,Mt. Lehman Seniors and  The  electorate,of Upper *3u'ma_'' ^bootefbrd. .Seniors, /guaranteeing  tne\ expense's of the. visiting teams  heard rthe ,speakers   on Saturday."'-    .,;    .  ;    ���������  ;>n_';;:~'" *'���������' ���������  .   .,. j ... . ,f -   ���������      ,   -,���������Abbotsford., ^ Thee .action was en  ii -afternoon and- the .week- was- com-'. ^, ,v; .,, Wn-fi^Oo^L..'^   '  .,:���������-,     . ,', ^        ���������.",.���������-    uorseo;' by- the meeting.  ��������� --pieced'; with-a-/-monster, mee^iiig at ��������� . U'^.-  -    , -  ' Lesides  the >s special -prizes     and  ; cash contributions as listed in the  ���������published  prize , list the secretary  ~e  CONCERT, AND PLAY  AT' ABBOTSFORD.  ���������������������������.AHindoo,Bart-b   Singh was'   his" pi-jounced- success.                   , foUowine���������  week   taken   before   the      magta-,     1^,'meetings-have been largely ������>*><>'**   ^e  followmg  ������r-������e  for carrying concealed wea-' of-an 'educational nature, and men 50 Apple Boxes K. D. for the best  pons   and   had   to   increase    4he< of'a11- political -color have  agreed fiu.c   display-Brunette   Sa^w  Mill!  provincial  exchequer,"to  the': ������.&-'-uhac. the (speakers v    'everywhere Co., Led.                         .    -  tent of $25 and costs.   '           -       '; bandied..the  ruling question fear $j.oo  worth of nursery stock for  a  ,Aes;sly   with. a   firm "grasp of  the the  beet  packed  box of apples���������  The   concealed   weapon  was  :evo ver  bpiand  Piuit Ranch and Nursery  A   very  successful  concert and  play was given m the Opera House   nu,a   hunting 'grounds.   Poor \.old  on   Thursday   August  24th under   ducks  they took flight this imorn  the auspiceB  of the St. Matthew  church  of England. *'  The  following took part in the  concert;  ,' Children's  chorus  by the juvenile members of St. Matthews choir  ,    THE HUNTING SEASON,  Hunters from Vancouver arid the  ^"n^s^ord^Say-   ^  *������  <������***> no^vithsfand     iTh,. programmes were .imiiar at   D. H. Nelson, Proprietor, Abbot.-  morning on their way to-the Su-   ing' the decs.oii of our local judge,   ari.-the meetings. Mr. 0.JVer taking   ioid  and-Singh thinks-he has  *������ui>iect.  inging for the" Nicomen lakes and  s.oughs where there is- not so  many hunters' with their :'deadly  weapons. It is\ presumed they all  ��������� the wise ones of course���������heard'  all the early' iriorning .preparations in Abbotsford. So much noise  and   has J threatened  to "take   his  ca'"fcease to a   higher court.  AFTER THE CUP  Abb'o'tsrord football boys are  ~n������r (he pup,'and it is the cup that  "cheers",'but-' then there aresev-  the issue of vital concern, reciprocity and dealing" with it -both historically and . from its application to  the nations involved, -the farmers,  and the -consuming classes.  ��������� The Conservative convention this"  j ear in Nelson and the Conserva-'  Lit  Lehnun Timber and Trading  Company $5.00   ' ' '  C. .������.. Sword $5.00  Smith, Davidson $ WrightW, Van  couver, two footballs valued at $5  A   L.  Bates and Wm. Bates a-  gieed- to meet the tram car ('0. C.,  E. H.) at Gifford and convey visit-  under   the   able  direction  of   the   s0 eai\y in the morning" would sure  uve newspapers aii'.over* the coun  oral, cups' that cheer.   In-this ci''e. try had clamored for a   lower-cosj:   ors to the ground free of charge.  ���������-'  is'Mie'Pakenham Cup which the   0fl iving.' The boards of,trade oi      s- A- ^'awley, M. P. P. wrote ac-  "M-.sses Ste'edes. make, any bird-uneasy���������arid so ear   Coquitlam   teams   has  held  for "ti   Rossland, Nelson Westminster. *Na , ceptinng. the invitation to formally  Vocal selections   were riiost fel-   ly"in  the morning "too, "even 'AB-   yeari   and   which lis to  be  played "na'.mo, Vancouver and. Victoria had  open the fair.  * itously rendered by MessrsLrown  .botsford  ''birdie" was it   ^s^'re-   f0l- at Mi-sionn City on Monday-.the   urged}-for, a   reduction���������.of'.-the.-.cost.   'The secretary was'instructed to  Barret and Chamberlain; The \io-., ported' very uneasy in its nest ac' 4th   of  September���������Labor Day. It   qf   foodstuffs,-  Mr. 1 Oliver- .asked. order 2000 feet of-lumber     anden  linist Miss Legh of Vancouver gave   an early hour.- But "all's well   !S"fu'ly anticipated that our te.im   how in 'the face 01'-aiizii. genera . e-, gage   a   carpenter  for  such work  magnificent  renditions 'to the de-   that ends well" and all -hope that   WH1 bring the cup home with .them   mands on the federal government   as  was required.   Members vare re  lifh1'  of everyone. the1 Abbotsford   (hunters   will   se-   oj   there  will  be something doing   for  definite  action to  be      taken   quested  to be on the grounds on  The concert was followed by the   cure- -*1 i:he ducks they can carry   There  is no question about it but   could   the.   federal .authorities  ,g-   Monday   and  Tuesday before the  well known farce "The Area Belle"   nome w.th them. " *    '       Abbotsford has a   good "team and   nore the wishes of the people, b-^th   exhibition to assist in the final Br  ibe'members   of the caste  being  Mrs. Eby, Mrs. Croaker; :Misb Kid-  we'.l, the Area Belle; Mr. Hil'-Tout  TosBer;';Mr.   Heath,  Pitcher;  and  Mr.  Wi liams, ChaUks; '   The p.-fs- , u . - ,  entation  of ��������� this mirth provoking   Labor Day sports held their f,nal   to be about one hundred years old   er  of  the Conservative forces   at  LABOR DAY SPORTS.  (Prom Fraser Valley Record)  Ihe   various  committees  of  the  all lhat is required is a   Little vgood political parties had all along b,m   rangement.  practice.   Every  man  on the team _n.%.uu;i ior reduced cost of living  is   a   star,   the   team  being  muSh' and for better trade arrangement  stronger   than   last-year. with the republic to the south. So  The  Pakenham  cup is supposed recent as this very year the lead  BE A BOOSTER.  -o-  LALLY COMING WEST  ������������������  r  ._ "Joe Lally leaves Monday morn  farce   was   very clever and dem-   mG-linS  on Monday evening, and and waS put up two years ago by Ottawa  was  non-commital on^the   ing for   Westminster, JB. C.  wliere  onstrated   that  there Tb consider-   -������^o������---d   the   following   program yiv   F   E   pakenham to  be play- reciprocity, proposition, and in his   Jie is due to referee the last sched-  fyr the day; ed under the conditions appearing first two speeches -after its intro-   1i:eu m:itch in the western league  a0:00  a m.���������Ualathumpiari Parade ;IJ   iast   is8Uei   The  first year  the duction, to the house it was     im-   between the teams of that city arid  PRIZES���������$5.00 For the Best Agri (-Up was carried off by the Maple possible   to  state .whether he  in-  Vancouver.''  cu.tuial  Turnout. Ridge   club;   last  yeaV  the      Co- -cxiueu  supporting it as a   naliou    . The above !s the telegram receiv  $J.00 For thr Best Town Team. quitlam  team challenged and car- al measure or not.                                            ^              (   .  Both   to   be  decorated rigs   and ried  away  the cup, but this year Mr.  Borden knew that not only   *a ^1 ^ew Westminster ^>n Monday  representing, an industry or busi it is Abbotsford's turn to win.  -__s British   Columbia   ajnd  the  prairie-   JrtyUl   Lally J   home   at  t-o^waj.,  ness. the motto of the Abbotsford foot- provinces  wanted reciprocity, but   Vld" ana ������u-doubts as to the per  $2.00   for   Best  Comic  Character ba7l   team  is "What we  have we a.so  eaacern Canada clamored for1 st)imal  of-the, whistler holder for  $1.00   for   Second    Best     Comic hold"   [t is believed that if the cup it.  Character. comes   to  our  town it  will never,     Reciprocal trade was always ad-  $2.00  For  the  Best     Decorated leave  except to be taken to Mis- vantageous to this country. Under  Ladies, Bicycle.      , sion City each Tear to Replayed ,the old reciprocl(iy treaty of 1854-  * i0r  when [t iS sure, to-return af- ^ Canada,w^ an ixnmenseiy pros-  able   histrionic   talent  in  Abbots  ford.  The proceeds of the concert aild  play- are to be devpted to the Organ fund of the cxiurch. The incumbent Rev. A. E. Bruce desires  to take this opportunity of thank  ing the friends who took part in  the concert, the members of the  Area Belle -caste land the many  other} who contributed ito the suc-  ' cess of the entertainment ~"  WANTED���������A .lad to learn the  printing business. Apply at this  olfice.   Gpod wages  $2.00  For   the. Best     Decorated  Men's Bicycle.  (Continued from Page Three)  .er Labor Day.  ���������N^-V %<-  ���������o-  BE A   BOOSTER.  perous   during  that /period.,     SLr,  (Continued on Page Three)  ���������the   big  match on Labor Day at  Queens  Park  have been removed  t'Tne. fans will now sit-back.....and  wa.t - the. coming   of JtV  anagnate   firm   in..^1  "what Lally-.������.������*''"'  B  if  ft ft'!-  TWO  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,   ABBOTSFORD. B. C,  -j-r-Tr-a-rTT-K-���������.T_t  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  Published  "every    Friday    by    u,e   Po3t  Publishing Company.  A weeblv Journal devoted tv the Interest- of Abbotsford and sin. -nding dU-  trt-t. ...  Advertising Ilntes made know. , Yi application. '  LKGM, ADVERTISING���������12 cents pei  line .'or ftrsU Hi. ertlon.-and 8 cents a nnt  for all 8-bsenaent consecutive insertions.  Oft Shibboleth���������Neither for nor agin  the   (ftovornxue-t.  '���������{lit :*'!<).).  '���������_____ :*uo4v  .        /       .  'il,      (  I  t t.  Horseshoer and General Blacksmith  A good stock carried for repairs on all kinds c-'f  vehicles. .,���������-.-_  A first class carriage painter in connection.  j/K."McMEN.p;My"  Abbotsford,;Bi CJ.:';  B J.GERNAEY  Retail addleSr and  Harness Saddlery Hardware  Trunks and Valises  A: botsford, B. C.  P. O, Box 45  FRIDAY, S ::P'. EML ER 1   19 M  At the different meetings held  throughout the Valley during the  past ten' d: y ' ,the.qu?stbn of re-'  viiroc-y appears to ho the hiain  topic of discussion. We take the  fo"lowing'from a speech m one  of our daily, papers which str'kes  us as -'he belief of many politicians  as merely an election cry. Here is  what he styled the reciprocity pact  ���������'An agreement that would take  away, the birthright of British citi-  -uis in order to,, pull the Liberal  party out of a   bad hole," and he  Apples, Blackberries, and Plums,  all kinds, in large and small  quantities. Windfalls and culls  taken.  |am Go  Mission City, B. C.  party out oi a   ua������ ������������������,    ��������� ," fe _ lot of ,.tb <   beuent to the  people-  said that "the reciprocity propos-   not end there W tne ^ tiiis .province and the -people of  al was adopted by President -Tall   people   Borry   -and  .sore  tn       - ^^ -_  &-   v^ .^ that     we  to   steal  a   march  on the   Demo-   route  wafl  A^d/M?? "^er, ���������*-" exch^anke a   market of eight-  !T    a   ������..'*      ������Hip   Liberals   the  company  has .taught kicker. 0^-$fae-.or-one of ninety,  crats -   and .that the   Liberal    ^ ^^ ^ ^be tak_ m    % ^^^ producer3  .     '  had snatched at it to cover up the   ^ heed of by. others, as the com-   ^ ^-^ thiug8 haVe only gain  repking  sten-h al    Fcanda'.' pany must reach its point of,defc^-%;f-a^arket of eight" millions."  B .. ������* r?r u, to enumerate any   n���������^ '^f^^^      f^sum^ t<^e *_-������*  . - :^r_rs r:: 71^-*- 3_3_s'32r������?==  Cedar Valley road.   Now it *ou.d Canadlan  con8umer   paid     a  be too bad if the company had to   ��������� .$2|50o.O00 while on the oth-  eerr* their pole line a;ong the pro y     ^e .American consumer paid  posed  Dewdney Trunk road     to a-j-oooiOOO on the same list  Hatzic  in  order to reach ���������"__ ssion   ws1 yB*   ������ .'    -    .._,-,___ -,���������...���������������  City and the Fraser river; or along  the  Proud road to Peen's corner  thence  to Mission City. ~  From  what-can toe learned  the  tram will follow the light and a-  LIVERY AND FEED STABLE  . Having purchased the business of Mr. '  W. Lyle,  I am prepared to give the  best of  satisfaction as to prices and  comfortable rigs. ���������   Stables open day  nighf to do business.  We' solicit your patronge.  8c d. Mckenzie, props.  I C.A. SUMNER a CO.?  j'eihaps  o-hers.   But the  question  is reciprocity, pure and simple.  Betting on the result of ar^ ' ejection ������a not good for the health  or the pocket." We all like the .open, air.  MARRIED  AT THE MANSE  last  year s>u,uvu.������������v -v  ���������  of .ariicle- imported, from Canada.  So much.'for Mr. Templaman'3  presentation-of the'benefits lo lie  derived, from reciprocity. But  there =i{j   noting  more  uncertain  Davis--Stevenson, at the Manse  -..��������� Wednesday, August 30lh 1911  by Jhe Rev. J. L. Campbell, Mr.  Chatles A Davis of Vancouver t-  Mi.*-Florence L. Stfevenson ot the  same place and niece of Mrs.  Trowbridge   of   Clayburn.  tram'will follow the light and a-   ^^ ^ bene������it ������Q bederiv ed by  long the'present proposed polcine   ^ Valley' farmers   from ��������� the  line. There are a great many  property holders who would g.ve  considerable to have a tram line  pass   their  'door.  THE LARGER MARKET  "If'the farmers axe to be benefited all sections oi che comm.niLy,-  will be-benefited."  That sentence served as Sir.. Wil  ;r:a Launer's  text for his pro-re-   FU1,���������,  _r  - .  .-   -  ,pr0eity. SPeech .t tie ope^s o,  ^-^ ^^ ttl  o.ptning :"of th.s alleged ninety-  mui;on,mark'i':. The market is  there,,for the British Columbia farmer. To the' latter, the'lipme. mar-  ket'is the profitable field;'-t ia tak.':.:^  iiig all'he'p-oduces at'higher prices . ^  th.m are" ruling ;.'on- the Washington side. 'The proof is in the week  ly mkrket reports of New West-  'm'usle'f   and- Seattle..  .Then   again  it is the  Canadian  people as  a   whole who pay 'the  '  l>.P. 0. Box 58  I  $  T  f  ���������T  t  f  i  T  ���������  ;     '       Phone Central  Telegram-rSumner, Abbotsford, B. C;  BLOCKING. THE    .  POWER COMPANY ROAD  Some little time ago the Western  Canada   Power  Company throu&n t    apeeCh at tne opern^e ux ���������?���������"~ .  e     _om a -fa oaim.  itfl  representative ttr   ���������**������ the  election  campaign .t Blmcoe.. *������������ ?J���������tX.   Very much of  preached   ^   counc^ o ^^ q._ Auguflt lfi this.imported food is in the luxury  I0"  "t Cla'Zro   Trrangements If  in  this lies the  great justifi- ,da&s. .LiUle  of it is paid by   he  ^i:: mad"   wh!ch' appeared .at!- crtton for reciprocity, in that man- clU,en of the average means   the  Tactory to the council and all con- _e_  are the farmers-tWe agricul- v���������*���������"*^^^  emed and the company proceed- ;���������        orchardifl,B the Veget- o^������. ,ihe   who to  C Canada    pro  ed  to erect their poles, following groWerfl__of British Columbia bably VJ������V0*0*������n������e^d  Mon  alongside the C. P. R. track as far to be6beneaiedf in oroer that great crn   citien,   as  Toronto  ana   Mon  a8   the  Fore road then branching ^               _,ty   may  come  to   the freal.   Vet   for  this  east along the Fore road about^a ^  ^ ^ ^^  So far only the consumer in the  citires; and towns of the coast are  to derive any benefit, if dependence, is to be placed on the economic wifadom of such leaders of  poUtical   thought /and action     as  nun   William  Ternpleman. Mr. R. ���������-.,--.                     ...    :  lion,   wanam   x     i protection from a  Santh and Mr Duncan Rosi .    In .n>qya      . ..p     .                      _  his   bpcwh   at  Victoria  acceptmg industry.                          t^  Chicken Ranch  1 mile from Abbotsford,  Small house, barn and  good chicken houses.-/  5  'acres cleared, Price $1,750  ���������See   Sumiieif  at once regarding this prop-  ' ��������� erty. $600 will -handle. .:  ^ i  ^^_k   ^ ^  half mile then heading along another road in a eouth easterly  '���������direction, towards Clayburn. Th.s  latter road was to be improved and  widened with the $3,6jU which the  company? were to give the council  for that purpose. When the men  erected the pol&s from 'the Fraier  down the Pore road about half a  mile then some one threatened to  get out an injunction against the  company, for aorae reason.  Land was purchased along ih������  C. P.'-R. nght-ofiway a* far as  Clayburn station, thence to Clay  burn at the pri^e of ������250 per acre  with the promise that if the tram  line followed along that line tne  money would be returned.  '--*-������ The company (has ohown that  "*"***'> as more than one vray to get  i     * *J_ - . * m __.         JAA������-  treal. Vet for thia advantage to  cites whose people are not clamor  ing for a lowering of the pro-  fcCvi'on' to farmer:, knowing the  value of protection -to���������their com-  munii'.es as manufacturing-centre-  for ftitiahed products, ,the Liberal  pofiticians are' asking -the British Columbia citizen, the consumer  and producer, to vote for the re-  '--'��������� -   basic  who  ,.       , fuof   when   prorperouB   con'ribute      to  the- Liberal  nomination for     that   *her^^     P      q{ all section8. Sir  riding   Mr.  Tempteman,������pla^  .ci-iproclty   a*   a   no   ^*^^^e overlooked the great body  prehenslve   agreement,  be ng dir-   lo wye ^      k ������he     Pacific  ectl,   "that  the farm products  of ������������������P'*?*���������^ as well as of the  u    a  counties  wiil be exchanged   CoaB^of Can^  , other parts  without  any :duty"-being     placed  J;ag"^e^hen.thfey-frimed     a  upon them by either country." XI   ^0nt^.^? that menaces an  was  simply  a   case of reducUonn   ������ad (^^^ m.oeperity means  -r  /IiiHor   on  a   certaan     specvlic   inousiry   WJ1U^  i7     *v     "  list on both Sde. of the line, he da-   the  prosperity  of all Canada ���������  INSURANCE  LOANS  Abbotsford Homesites  If you are looking for a home  '    or '$nap.]p^ investmeiits  in town lots, acre-  >  "'"������'"���������'     ' .   Hat nn both sides of tne ime, ne uc-   t������--. f*���������*- * ���������  more than one way to/?V bj'^^o ,aa__ sH Pub ps������p   Dally   BnUsh  Columbian.  '-jurn,  but  the  fitory   doet) ^V * F  The Pioneer'. Real Estate Broker of Abbotsford   SEE ! P!??!!??!^^ ������7!v ij^ru������l^(c.7Ji7; :;'^?:"!>:A1.".',''..*5-/.;..'/  iJ^  #  $^  TUB ABBOTSFORD -OST,  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  ���������*��������� . __  I  ----------Frl    ii  '    TTTmF=a,-"~���������~|||  are Agents  i  CHURCH SERVICES  Phoenix Assurance Co. of London, England  Liverpool, London & Globe, of Liverpool, Eng. ;  British American Assurance Co., of Toronto.  For your Insurance.     Fire time is coming along.  -.-:������. ^^l^SSSS&IK������^^  Presbyterian,   Church���������Rev. J.L    .  Campbell; B. A., B. D. pastor.  Abbotsford, 11 a.m. and 7*30 p.m.  At-Musselwaite School House-  Service   every alternate Sunday  at  3: p.m.   -  Sunday  school every Sunday at  2'p.m.      .        ' i  At Huntingdon School House���������  Service -at every alternate Sunday  at  3 p.m.     ,_ , ��������� '  S.  S.'ever-y Sundayat 2;30rp.m.  Upper Sumas, May 29, and every  alternate Sunday at 3 p.m.  C. JS., Wednesday a������t 8 p.m  S\;T)<Uy-. School ai.3 p. m  PLEASE  I beg to intimate to my numerous Patrons and  Friends that I have taken into partnership. Mr. J.  Glark late of the Abbotsford Lumber Co. and the  business will now be carried on as  HOGG&GU.---  HORSESHOEING  &   BLACKSMITHING  We hope by strict attention tebnA^^'j^^'*^  Continued From Page One.)        cost  of  living is in  vogue.   With'  i . a., wt:-i.~B--.-* - - -  _ir_T._-_- beef  at 20 to 25 cents per pound  P���������T������d-y,i8eiiff������J.ai.������p.u.. ...    John. A   Macdonald had apprecia-   aild. potatoes  -as  high  as  $5  per  Sunday School every'Sunday at   ^ ^ fact arid his Conservative , sack', .and -wages   averaging  only  G.  -t-   ''~  ���������-���������'    "i.i  .,,   j    'iji i-T-ea-JUX I'     '   ''  ERGIAL  HOTEL  tea mt iact ������.������ ������������ -������������������������ -   m0nth, the cuiiBummg class  government had an order a coun  W^-^*, of legWatl0I The  cil  passed  giving a   standing of-   ^p^'city  pact is meant to give  fer of 'similar, terms to the United   tljiH uQjy _   measufe-of relief ev-  'States again.   This stood from 1879  en  though .slight.'  The epeaker as  to 1891 without any Canadian pot!-   a   farmer, did not eee any natural  tician objecting to the wisdom  of   ju.Uce  m  the government contin-  hTofS    and  the  Liberal  party   uin'g  llic  process of legislating   ������  Rev. A. is. -ruc������, ��������� *V������!! _   olank in their platform \_an_ier, of-money from the pock-  ^CoSun^ ^t'Vnd^   T^i^tZL A now- ��������� ������-of any one class in to .the^ock  ttoiy   ^uium i       . . , Qfafoa nffpred what  Presbyterian'-:Church���������Rev    j  v Alder;, t,   r-., ^r j: . - ���������, ���������   -  ��������� Glenmore; 11 ,aimV  -���������    ti -i.* Iim..n, ^.;30 p.m.'  Pine'GioVe, 8p:m.  ���������PI." MATTHEWS .(Anglican)  Rev. A. E. Bruce, Vicar.  j   MCELROY 8t Co.  ' i-  LIQUORS,   WINES  AND   CIGARS  OF THE BEST  ~ ~"  ���������     Sd "he" United States offered what els of ah> other class. It was con  anday. each month.                          bfd   Je ^te                                     _ ^ ^ ^ ^^^       Canndian  Catechising and S, S. at 2:30 p.m   f^^t 0f ina-lural products democracy   to   withhold the right.  Choir practice, Wednesday at 8      lr* .  :       -g^r   explaiw,d .clearly of  the  working man to spend his  - *____.���������_                      how the pact would help the hah.- money to his best advantage,,and  -"������������������*      "���������  ���������    "'     ���������         '                    emen  ofPth\s  province!^ A   mar- get as much produce as he.could  ketf would be -found in the Unite- get for it.           -        '        ..  States for their ca,tch, and .he A- In turning to the empty cry of  /                i   ^>..j���������������-   -_i i/  (,a *-hft   Preservatives   ithat   Canada's.  , i      * "A *  ABBOTSFORB  POSTOFFICE  States for their caitcu, *u." ^^ -������-- *��������������� ������-������--������e>   ���������  ���������   tF-"      -    ,  Office hour- teaai 8 a. m. to ? >. m.   -���������         *       poachers .driven  Dack off the   Conservatives   ithat   Canada's.  Mail for Peard&nvHle every Tuesday ������         Cana(jiaI1 fining waters. railway  traffic  would be diverted  and gaturiUy,,! P- m.  Cor. Essen&ene Ave. and Oscar St.,  ������____:  ---fffir-L.-' 'in   hi    1111 n ii     ii  CITY  3___f  BUSINES^   OjRECTORY   OF  A8B0T8F0RB.  '1"lil 1ll"-lU't'l"ii"l"S������i>"  s^S^SSS-SB^t  ABBOTS  General, Stores --  " Mi tli'ler" *ff oa .-'���������'���������'-  S. iJrooke.  Hotels���������  *��������� ^.i  'the'Canadian fishing waters. railway  traffic  would be diverted  u   i,-K0r  and   sh n_lc   to U. S. roads by the adoption of  The   rough   lumber   and    h.ugIc he   6'-eaker   referred  makers   would   again   be   ab.^o   ^^^/^ t0 Lhe opinion of >the  eeU  their Prod"ctqlVperi   a   iood   ra.lroad,financiers   who  are  now  States, , There   has   been   a   good k^ ^^ ^ ^  business done in seUngBeC.Bhmg       7   * ^   ^ ^^  les in Washington state-before tne .       ,  prohibitive duty came into effect.  Dauy  xNews.  This business would be revived.if  the pact.was "endorsed by the peo-  Xloming  to  the important ques-  ^uuiij.46     ������-" ��������� * _._-������������������������    ���������   AhWerdHoM H.FreeraBn.;Prop.  tion, of the"application of the .pac^ -Klding   or - Driving  Abbo^forfl ������������������ c t    the IannerB of lhis province, the ��������� :o0_Jumor  Lacrosse.  Commercial, McE-roy ������ v,o..   ^     ..____���������* _._.���������_h   m������  nasertions by , nft  -.������, _s������nior Base  Wedding Cake, value $15.00 For  ueat uecorated Ladies' Turnout  Kiding   or  Driving  ABBOTSFORD, B. C  ' - i t.  -Strtetly first-class."in}^v������ry- reispect.'  The bar is  stocked with the best of wines, liquor and cigars,  RATES, $l:SO TOT^S.OO PER  DAY  h: freeman, PROP^__?m  EiB# S?:cJ'^  and Balogna always enhand.    Fish-every TMay  WANTED TO PURCHASE  ������ Forty* acres   improved  farm   In  the Fraser Valley, with or without  -    house-and buildings, convenient .to  Opticia* Nation or landing.   Apply     to J  '   " H.   Smith, Stralton,  B.   C.        lor  Does tba  Finest Optical  Work.      full  particular_,   first  letter.  Medical men and others pay tri-  bube to his skill. ������������������_,     '    ,. ������^_-^--^^--^-- ^^   793 GranvllW St.     ..     Vancou.d     ^_-~^--  CANADA'S  Greatest Nurseries  Want   a   jepresentative      for  MISSION CITY, B. C-  '  and surrounding district  The reliability, healthy condition  of our stock as well as true,ness to  name must be appreciated by the  Public or they would not     have  helped us to increase our buslnesa  yearly since 1837, the date of    o_r  establishment. __-i.i-_,  Our firm's  name lands prestige  to our representatives.  Complete line of Nursery SStook  ^^ftfffr 'm  particular*.  STONE ^WELLINGTON  The Fontliill Nurseries.  TOSONTO,  Ontario.  Wi  [l^V-TEW  Commercial, McE^roy & Co.  Real   Eatate���������1-  ,  1 C.A. Sumner &'Co. .,  '... \ Beriiau"&' ;_^ueb������n<y  , J.C.:J- ...^.cPhee,  -.AuctJoVieerJB^ ' '���������'  v. J.; W.,McCal]-ro  FEED STOKE���������  '���������J;-' J.   Sparrow.  Creamery���������- :-  S.   J. i.Bates,  Proprietor.        ' '���������  Hardware and Furniture���������      '   .   " "  H.  Aianson. _ ���������:        ,   , :  '  Butcher?��������� . '  A. M. King.  Livery 6ta-te���������  -  J. E. "ae'ary, Proprietor."  Bakor and Confection ails. Legaee.  RESTAURANT���������  Comrad Andersen.  3ho������m������kers��������� -  M. Mausei1.  Board of Trade-1-  J, W..MaCallu_a, Secretary.  Blacksmith���������  J. McMenemy.  Barber and Po������l ���������������������������������������������  .les. Sanderfloa.  <3t, Iaeno-. -  Tofeajsco a������d MevoUlaa���������  j.- V. Means.  Doctor���������  X __. Swift.'  SADDfcSRY and KaRDWAR������-  B. J.-Gernaey.  MBR<?HANT  TAILOR.  T. C. C^ogah.  SLRVEVORS  llehderson   and  Taylor.  ABBOTSFORD DRUG STORE.  MUSIC TBACHBR--  Miss AUce Steed.  CONNTRACTOR & BUIL1    R-  A.' Everett.  Hammond "& Son.  CARRIAGE   PAINTER-  Geo. Zeigler.   .  epeaker  proved  his  assertions by  actual  market  reports   from    the  Daily   British  Columbian  of  New  Westminster ��������� and    the-   -   Seattle ,  ,. ,Time's   of   similar' dates.   The; fi-  ��������� 'gures   almost' invariably -.showed  "   that   market  'pfice* ..were  higher  / "ih Seattle than in British Columbia  ''���������Mu Oliver co^ld.isee no real cause'  for :alarm. ifrom .compaction  be- ,  : :   'tween "the farmers\here auid inthe. .  i    ' is'tate- of  Washington.   In - par,t, Jjp..,  ' -'stated;   "We   farmers .in ������ -British)  Columbia  have, .competition J not  only ' from  Puget Sound,' but also  from  our  own prairie . provicjas*  The prairies even to-day actually,  govern  our markets 4n this jpro-  ince in everything but wheat, ���������veg- ,  ���������    etables and ha,y.   It is the .prajrie  .  provincea  with which .we have to  'contend and no tariff wall can be ..  '    raised   against   a. :siste|r .province.  ; of   the   Dominion.   Alberta butter  -and eggs can bela id down herevat ,.  several cents less money than they  ..   canbA  .(bought ;for in Seattle. In  '"'"  some, bases the inducement to buy   :  '   Alberta butter wiU be afr'much as  12c"ehts-per pound.   .When Alberta  and Saskatchewan can "do this for : - ������  1.00 p.m.-Senior BaBeball Match.  2:00 p.m.���������Junior aparts; Running  jumping,' is'gg and opoon wheel  ���������barlow," Potato, Three-Legged.  etcVetc: Races; to conunue during 'the afternoqn. '  ���������-2 :30* p.m.���������Senior ; Fop'.'ball   Match,  ior- Liif.;Pakenham Cup.  2:45   p.m.Pony   Race   open  to   all  -    Boys'a nJ   Girls   16  and   under.  ��������� Entrance .Fee '60  cents.   Entries  - <. lo  be made - to N.. C. Fraser. -  First Prize $3.00; 2nd $2.00. Vn-,  der 4 entries: no second prize.  3:00 p.m.���������Ladies' Ra,ce. Special 100  ���������_a'rds Dash. -.Entrance Fee 25c  ist Prize $2.00; 2nd $1.00; also  Running, Egg. and Spoon, Potato  etc. etc., Races  3,:i5 p.in.-Senior Sports begin. Entrance  Fee  25 cents.. "3ee G. A.  ��������� -Watson.  Also   Pick-a-back,        Obstac\e  Three-Legged (under three en-  - tn,ea   no. race;   under  6  entries  no second prize; prizes..;82; end  ��������� $i) .Hi������h>Jump; Hobble,, jSk|rt  .' Hop- Step   and  Jump,  etcg etc.  ���������Kaces. ���������   .;        p.xa.-Fat  Man's  Kace.  ���������  d.u0   jj:m.-Men's   100   Yax.d  Daah.  our,  markets,   when  tilltog      ������** Soeciai Prizes $3.00 and $2.00  than five  per cent of  their total P                   ^  area,  much more iwiU they  enter ^ ^^  into the competitor! when they be- ���������              _Senior Tug-of-War, Mis-  come  settled  and are gro^g ;     P- ^              ^   p���������ize      $i(M)0  times   the   present amount.   Ihey, .  will be compelled to get a   broad Entrance   Fee  26  centfl'  er   market.   The   reciprocity  pact Tug-ofWar-Hindus   vs.   Ch.namen  affords  them  this'opportunity in No Entrance Fee.   Prize $6.00  advance, and  tends to ease local 'Tug-of-War-Boys. vb. Girls, under  competition.  Hundreds  of .tons of 16    No  Entrance  Fee. Prize,     a  Tho pny.lc������-n Use ������ ������������en <��������������� h4������������������  d8cr.   That I. an .a-vortlwmont to  pooplo������-otho������.B-howev������r.  Why not carry your ^������n into a������  th. oo.t hom.������ ��������������� ���������������������"��������� * /���������"  13>lth-t loo. of Prof������oo.or,a������  dignity too.   '  Alberta oats wOJ be sol(d in Seattle  within six months time  to fill  the Seattle order for shipment to  the Phillipines.   Seattle  buyers are  offering   $27   iper  ton  for      oats,  when  Alberta   oats  can be      laid  down in Vancouver  at $22.  Reciprocity, will tend to steady     our  marke,tn.   The   (reason   why      the  hay  market was  temporarily gov  eined   by   .Washington  state  last  winter was because of the drought  in Alberta and the farmers had no  (;iu-p'4u8   t0   shlP ��������� ���������westward     ttf>  British  Columbia.  Going on to reciprocity he con-  ���������  sidered from, the'consumers point  ---_.--      ^_r_rir*F  of view, the speaker outlined how  EMPLOYMENT     OFFICE ^ Mew, ^  p^^^ ^^ ^ the  ' r~Z7. , '   A coast cities found It to live decent-  We buy Eggs, Chickens and )y aud lay by a dollar for the  Special.  Relay Race���������Four men each side  Mission; Coquitlam; Mt. Lehman  and Agassiz. Prize $2.00 each  Team.  Entrance  Fee 25 cents.  Q  Z  <  Home Ave.    ���������   Mission City.  Matsqui   Hotel  MISSION CITY. B.C.  This hotel makes a specialty of  home-like comforts for Commewaal  Travellers.     Comfortable  Mtting-  room ana   best of  hotel service  Cuisine Unexcelled.  Rates: $1.50 to $2 per day  CHAS. E. DeWITT, Proprietor  "p"'. '���������  ���������t    -I.-1  "*���������  Pigs.  ������������������ftture,- so long as -the preaenthigh FOuR  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,      ABBOTSFORI), B. C.  sre  SOCIAL AND PERSONAL  Mr, Stanley Ausneau formerly cf  this   town   but  now of  .Vancou. er  was   r-n-wing   acquaintance:!   hei e-  on     Saturday  last.  Buy my chickens. Oh, you kid!  THE MARKET.  .Wcs'nrnsler, Aug., _5''h��������� Theiy:  was quae a' crowd on (h .maikel  thi's   morning   but   the   offeriings,   u.ll. For me.  -ML.HWJPW,  9-SSS>  new  outside   of   the   poultry    ���������^section,  were smail.   There Was no beef oi-  Show people.that Abbotsford il   fered-at wholesale and there-' was  no pork on the market'--at'whole  sale. -Veaiwas fairly plentiful and  the price (remained unchan^ecJ :  There was little change ��������� in the  the price of meat at retail.  The   vegetable   market  ,was  not  >>cl|0(g!ged ��������� with   offerings   and   the  Bales were not very brisk.     Some  ._ ceiery   was   brought' here      from-  Upper'Sumas and sold readily ac  ''ceil cehis'L|)er-hea'dj orUhree bunch  os  for 2d cents.   String beans  and  wa\..-b2ans,.\vere no-: pieruilul.  out  -they  were on the market and soTd  a .-jive cc-nts per pound  ���������    There were,several boxes of c:ab...  j'Hj.eb Avii.ch .'oold .al 75 .cints per  box and he had several boxes of  --^ibtracan apples that sold for $1.25  pei'.bj.,., .hjugh it'was be.ieved the  pre.\ ai..nj_ price was $^.o5 for such  $apples. ���������   .-.  ���������  The ��������� price of-.eggs and o fbutter  remamcd-.at the highest point, and  there, was no change in^the price of"  I'.sh., _ner������ were mo rock cod nor  emtlts on-the .market, bat Alaska  plnkr'saimoiv appeartu _nu ioia i_i-  NOTICE  i r  T. J. DeLair has been appoin'.e 1  iny- agent during my  absence, en-  .ing   umi  to collect and pay all  W. LYLE.  on   tlie   map   by  using   the  Board   of  Trade envelope.  Cj r  Mr. and Mrs. A. McCallum 'were  ai chc cuast on Thursday  ' .M-ss.-Ella-.iS'hepherd (   returned  yesterday   from Seattle.  'That ib a-fine -map that Ab-  , botsford- is on. In fact it is the  'on.y' map, but all roads Lead from  Abbotsford, if you don't believe it  see the Board of Trade envelope*,.  Mr. Harry Heath-/who left here  some: months ago to reside in Mission C'uy and work for the Koot-  enay Jam Company, hits'' this  \vcck'a.-c"ui)-.ed a  .position'with- the  M  . -hovels;  x\. on one of their steam'  enderson & Taylcr  (Associate   Members Can.   Soc. C. E.)  Civil Engineers  R. A. HENDERSON  ' B: C. LAND-  SURVEYOR  'Office, next P.O. P. O. Box II  BE  A   BOOSTER.  DISSOLUTION   OF   PARTNERSHIP  NOTICE.  F. Lcroy. Gatchell and W S. N.  Johnston of Northbrook: ShHgle  Company, have dissolved partnership. W. S. N. Johnston under-  ia.���������_a all liab lities'from Kprll 24fh  W. S. N. JOHNSTON.  _Y  you nmmmgi  ���������    ;   . ��������� '   ~'fb\J WILL REQUIRE  Hardware      Furniture  Sashes ant! Doors  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.  ':1  ____5_S__SS_  ^ What "everybody Isays must be  right. Use the new envelope that  shows   where'^ "Abbotsford   is.'   "   ''  '���������������������������' -" "      -   .     ~'- ~O- ��������� -..I,'       T  Mr. J; W. McCallum returned on   25  cents each.  Wednesday, evening }from  several      To briefly 'summarize the market  days' stay in Vancouver on busi  'ijess-    .  - -. '... ���������  4 ������������������ -'' - -' ������������������ -   ���������-   ~-���������-o-f--��������� ..,--.  Misses  Blanche and Annie;..;Mc-  Ca:lum spent-Sunday at Hope,    :  That   Board~ of- Trade envelope  Ao-  ivery person'���������">".' "who  bends an envelope out of the-town  should, use the ones that advertise  the   town..   should/ certainly,-advertise  ������������������botsford.    Every   person'"i"/>  .they. buyc,rs were, in excess of the  . sexier...  -The .flower market was well supplied... and. asters"-Old at 15 cen<.s  per. dozen''and*' ported plants' sold  at, from teii .cents .to. 50 cents .per  'plant, the tuberou's'rootd begonias  being the highest priced plant on  the. market.  . Ihe poultry section was notqu'te  /so, well .filled as usual and prices  .paid for produce were varied,run  ���������G.  W.  J.  C  Mrs. Edson and daughter-have  returned from a, pleasant, stay  in  Vancouver  with friends.  Mr. Scoufield spent several days  in Vancouver this week attending  the exhibition. -   .^        :       "-   ��������� "     i  -.   The. trustees intend holding  j    a  . meeting  before  Bchool 'begins.  - Abbotsford's photographer1 has  left for the Sumas hunting grounds  for' a-few days sport. He may  have some good pictures oz -duiikf  with him when he returns. He took  a   b;g sack with him.  ..ning  over! pn'g dLstan)ces.The buy  ��������� er.of a   dozen hc-iw'paid from $8 (o  $9 per dozen for'layingb .irds. The  wholesaler paid for the same hens  all the way from $6 to $8 according  k. to   the  size and condition  of  the  -birds, '.   .]'.''.'���������.  A considerable; amount of the 6f-  .fering was -bid by'the pound. Broil  ers   were  e'old  in large   quamui-j.s  at ,19 cents per pound and m small  Jerl' ots "to consumers at from 23 to  25 cents per pound.  Ducks., were, scarce and     there  were no' geese of fered.  '. The, following were the quotations;  ...  ��������� ...v.. .Jd_.ESALE MEAT���������  _   ,,.. .....    ��������� *.i..j -; Beef, ,carcass .-������-  uc  " Abbotsford? is on'the map.     Or-   3ieei' 'hinUquarters      12c tc   14e  der your new envelopes with the'*-^eef>  forequarters   9C to lie  map, on it.   See Sumner.  HOTSL ARRIVALS  Commerel-1.  C. Alder, Vancouver..  B.  Harler,  Chil'iwack .  Calvei/t,   Vannouver.  Syman,  City.  ShawHrors,  City. ���������   -  Allerii.G   Ne'-soh, Victoria.  ,.   W.   Winters, City. ; ���������"������������������  Koy  Winters, City.  A William. Ha'l,   Vancouver.  Geo.   Ellswor'h.  Vancouver  W. C'o'e...Elgin, .B.;C. . :.. 1  W.  G. Gamb'e, Matsqui.. -  K   J.. Scott, Chilliwack.  Bert. ���������Bun^,.Suu>ag.  Jas. McGurles, Sumas.  B.   Bickerts,   Spokane.  H.-Shrubsall, Spokane.  A. A. Craickshanic, Chilliwack   ���������  J. Jfc\ Montgomery. Bellingham  W.'C. ^Barron, city.  L. -I! fi'hysi Seattle. ,  Wmi'.liuffy,  City.  M. H. Clarke, City.'  Abboteferd H-tel.  Abbo-'sford.  C E. Fov, Vancouver.  W.   Gordon,   Vancouver  lIob'Nrf' .Bi^se't,   Vancouver.  ?..'.-    r:.r-,svn    Vancouver;  Iiobt.  Ross,  Vancouver.  ������������������ n', Vancouver.  W. ^orenien, Su'tia".  Mrs. E. Cooper and Miss'Annie  Law, of Silyerdale werethe'-gu'ests  of Mr. and Mrs. B. McElroy.a-. [h:z  vjuiuiaerwai Hotel' on Sunday.'    -  All roads- dead to Abbotsford1,  Have- you ������een the new envelope?  Mutton  '"V_._.|  small  "V eu.\,   largt-  .I'ork        , ...  Spring.' Lamb,' eacn  -itt.AlL MEATS���������  _J_uz, befai i\i roasts  Beef, loin    .Li'ual,'ro'unU _td_.k ������������������  'iJoiling Beef  121-4   to   13c.  ���������'���������-��������� 11 1-2. to 12  1-2C      10c to   lie  10   1-2   to   11     l-2c  $U.OO  to $7.00  ���������  15c to 16c        22c    itic  lOct o 14  Mark. S|Wl<mber"���������h,tonV,iur.i:p���������eilk,-'8,,,all'':  " ^ t0 12 ^  ca,ondar..a,..a.day to b. re^^^-ZZZZlS"'  *������   "  bered.  or  be .sorry.  Married and didn't know -itt -"!', ,  Snatciied from the jaws of death'  A   terrible retribution. .  *������������������'    18  to 20c  iV.������iT_>'iiEBLES.-:Wholea���������le���������  -:>iew Pouuoes, per ton - -$25 -io 2a  Gulons   5 ibs for 25c  '.Cabbage,   lb. - r,c  ��������� ;'E(jgs,-   whcleaalc     37c to   10c  ���������i Eggs, iretail  .��������� ���������-.  40o to lOf    30-to 3ic  -���������   $6   to $7  ������������������ $; i.������ $)  $3.59 to $4  ��������� $6 to $8  ������������������$���������. 5.1 to $10     iib to $4  $1  'WrHAT IS THE COST -     -  The answer to this'-qiiestion7   is ' ^'itier,.:retaii  that   the   cost   of   a -governtment -'flensj   small.  Annuity  depends  on-'four things; 'Hens,   large  1st. the age of the applicant:; 2nd   Broilers ' ���������--.������  the   amount   of annuity required;   Chickens     3rd, the age at which the Annuity   Ducks  ���������   is to commence ;and, 4th. the pTan   -Ducklings '.'....  oh  which  the purchase 83     ,made.   ^--eie, each ������������������  TableB   which  answeiv.:these qp.s-    Hay������   b~;cd,-per  ton $18   to     it-d  lions have  been published by ,th������,  'Department'and-may-Be had   om'  J !i>p!������y.'4 '.cnn.   Annuiities .are,   pa,y  able for life, but for ai  small atp  Uitional   pajyment   may. bo. jr'v r-  anteed   for   a   number  of ,'. years,  certain,  not Exceeding twenty.; so  that death occur before the guaranteed; period expire, the Annuity  Settle Market August '25-But-  ter, Washington creamery, firsts-S2  and 3 ; ce.it-;; eastornf re.;h, 29c'and  ' 30c;' eastern 'storage 23c and 27c'.  Kggs,'local ranch* 34c and 35c; east  vi ii' ir'iitisii' 25 'and' 26c; Onions, ye".  low ������1.25 per sack; red $1.50; Waila  Waila";i'.._o; P.^'alocs l   i-. ailJ   c  Fr-Mik.   Hr-nley.   Vancouver.  .1. H. Bii-.ike and wife, Chilliwack  F..   M.   Corkhi'l,  Vancouver.  W   L.  McCombs, Nape Ci'y .Cal  F.  R.  Dundas, Chilliwack.  i3. Terrell, Vancouver.  M. Mit-hell,  Vancouver.  . (Mrs.   M,:tchell,  ^Vancouveu.    .^  J. E; Peck, Vancouver.  J. A. McDonald,. British Columbia  L.   Leopold,   Vancouver.  "VV. L. Longfellow, Chicago.  T. Hayes and wife. Milwaukee  TJanel C. Kenny, Ottawa.  . F.  Oustot,  City.  ������>.  l-zit-L, .Ciiy.  A. Lehman, M-;. L'hmin.  Fred   V  Seve.l,  Winnipeg.  G. A. A'exander, Matsqui.  J.  Grove3, Peardonville.  J. Laviolette, Vancouver  W. Anderson, Vancouver.  A. J  Anderson and wife, Belling-  K. W. Lan.3, Westminster.  Thoi'4.    Campbell,  Westminster    '  E.   0.   Fountain,  Shortreed.  Stanley Ausneau. Vancouver.'  iiaziK.   Morgan    Vancouver'.  Mrs, F. Morgan and child, ,Van-  ver. ' ������������������{ - ..,       . .,  T.   Campbell,   Peardonvi:,Ie.  Geo.   McGregor,   Vancouver,  C. P. Eckstein, Vancouver. -/ ���������  D. G. Rogers, Vancouver.  J. K. Montgomery, Bellingham;  J. II. Vickers, Vancouver.  Tom  McLoach,   Vancouver.  S.  Petson,  Clayburn.  II.   J.   Parry,  Vancouver. }  ���������j. K. Ihorncon,  Vancou j.ti.  />������-w^ v w^-.  would be continued for the remain '"Pl?.un^ '> ^weet 4 cents; Oats, whole  der of the twenty years to the An- .^ per c-n;: rolled-$31; Hay, Tim-  nuitant's legal 'representadves.liy 0'liy "easte'r'ri Washington $18 and  the  latter plan the return  of:     av. *l!) Ver' ton' puffet Sound $13 and  specific sum is assured.   Any.oihor   ^A'> w"eat hay $15 and $16; alfalf,a      -  __..... y,. __!-...  details  of  this important.Annuity ,'f14 and ib' ^''aw $lOand ^n.  Ci������^. J. E. Geary to collect all' defcjqs-,ciueq  plan may be. had oh application to    ���������. ,'    ���������,:' V'^fi"  ~^%   and  unpaid to him in .-.connection  the   Superintendent   ������f ..CanaJiaa   '  *iark'--ftJeKtcWber .0th <on -yqth1   wim his late business interests in  t������U  oru^ni'     ft a    .a      cl.tr   '*-/'������    V\r>    ������J-.������^ ������._������^^j- *.t._       ������      i *        i      - . ...  I   have   been  instructed by Mr.  Government   Annuities,  Postage free.  Ottawa.   ca-endar  as 'a   day'to be remedy-the  Aobotsford  Livery /stable.  bered. or be sorry.  C. SUMNER.  OUR  SPECIAL  This week English'Melton-.Mobray  PORK PIES  Abbotsford,'Bakery       -ALBERT  LEE, prop  ' ��������� -HAMMOND, '& SON ,  BUILDERS  AND  CONTRACTORS  Estimates.given for all kinds of Buildings.  ������������������������������������'-���������' "��������� -- ABOTSFORD,; B. Cr; ,.,  d-d  No need to go"to Sumas to h_Ye  a photo taken. , Try '  ' MORRAY, at Abbotsford  Deyelopirig done for amateurs just the way' it is w_nted.,rv.. y  ���������!3C  PAINTER  Geo. Zeigler  Carriage, House  and Sign Paii  Call and get prices.  All work guaranteed  Abbotsford -       B. C.  Painting, Sign Writln  General repair work  J. E. PARTON  Good Storage Room for  "������������������ -"-Furniture.  WATCH ABBOTSFORD GROW  ABBOTSFORD  Featf  Don't forget.  WHEAT  $2XX>  A sack  We buy Poultry  J. J. SPARROW, prop.  Cfiamlj  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  I'oiiracfor' and Builder  Jqbliing Brickwork  Chimney's a specialty.  Orders left at the office of  C. A. Sumner & Co. will re-  cieve prompt attention.  EVERY   HOME  which is connected  with our distribution system  should have as part of its kitcken equipment a  ������UEll;  ELECTRIC  The appliance can be connected with the lightinf  equipment of the kitchen and save the housewifethe  drudgery connected with ironing day.  CONVENIENCE COMFORT ECONOUY  ^ Britisti OoSymbia Electric Railway, Ltd.  fm  ii^'-U.

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