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 , J'L'ili  T     V���������  > &  ������  ������  Wi  'J  ������'<  Itf'  u  1-  1 1  Wr 'f  V  1/  1  14  >1  1'  4  b  ���������ill  C'fl  p  -il  ")\  '*A  w  -wA  Ms  * ������u������>mww  Vol. I-:, No. ,17.  ABBOTSFORD, B. C., FRIDAY, SEPtf. 2,.19l0;  ORCHARD  8  All kinds of /fresh meats in season.  ONLY  A1   MEATS  KEPT  IN  STOCK  Wc dcliv.er the goods ������������������ u  i  io:������a exp/non^'  not  axic'coaijful   commercially.'  r^r.-S.TfirCYJl  SSTjSEbSZSISB.-  A lot of imported Granite ware at less than  half the ordinary price of Granite ware.; .,.   ���������>���������'-'  Sashes, Doors, and furniture-always,in stock.  ' First Quality Goods.  ��������� We Save You Time: ... J   ''- :', -. ,\ __/.' \ . f'. .: \'  . , We Save You vMoney. .���������        r.,.  IAN,  ��������������������� a m'im ������ m ^ ^ i������^i Wf>i  ��������� ������ft'������.y|g; ym w ���������������. ay ^j*vg'l-���������������r  ��������� "; -   .������������������ FreskMilk-v ���������----. -  15 quarts, .'$1.,00 ". Delivered-tw:ice':daily;from . *>  '   '  "-      , June 1st. 1910.    Apply  ' '     _'/.  Harmp BrOS.,     Lyth wood'Ranch,,  -    Our cows are "specially, selected and quality guaranteed  1 , Good cows always for sale. ,  rsssnci^  zzBsm  en's Shirts,  Regular $L25, now 60 cents.  .Children's Suits,      ,  ���������  Regular $1, jiow 50 cent?.  Men's Linen Collars,  , Regular 25c each, now 2 for 25c.  Regular 20c. prints, now 15c,  Lxtra Fine Wool Blankets,  Regular$5.00, now $4.00  THE   PIONEER  DP/MKWSTR'ATION  ; The dup'iirlmont of agriculture-  is; prepared to receive applications'  for a demons!ration ' orchard in  Uic Lower Mainland. I': jV"'1\vg'i.  knowii that many orohni'ifa p'an--'  led with1 I he boat of'intontionil'und.  by my 11 of mo:".! o������  hi  This is happening at the'present -  time not loss-in   British Colunibia'v  than in tho Slates south of.us.-Most  Most of Ibeil osseirao incurred by-,  intending p'anters can .bo ^prevented by following' the  projieiv me-  tlioda, which, need only .boiyinder-  ctood to. be  followed. ��������� .With,, the :  idea'of showing p!antersY-pf, ���������   er-.  c-hards the-best, methods-.for fcuc-  cess-commercially, in, orcharding  the  Depart  of Agriculture- therefore proposes to co-operate ,under .  practical .conditions. -.These-   or-.'  chards, ''wiil-'.bs ,   .practical ,;object'_,  licssOfhs of the methods'best.calcul-,  ated to avoid^the-jusual causes ,of -  faiv'tU're and ton -et^the owner, the  ���������best returns,for"'his1 investment. .  The, general terms -of .operation  will be.as fqLldws; An.orchard area  of five acres is desired, the    'land-  cleared and if'in a   timbered..district cropped to cloVer or- -'other  iinpovev by tbe'owner.i;If irr5gastf,  ion,is esseaitial-the wateiV.niust.be.'  i^d/^Jio^th'el'highest.p^jnt^and/,  with   the   necessary-     permanent,  works for distribution^. - '   ,  In -demonstration ��������� orchards '- the.  maintenance* charges .of irrigation  system will-be borne by the owner-  who ',wiM al'so fence 'the"orchardif  mejeessary: -     '.     ���������   J '    '   ,     "���������' -   ' :  -  The   government   will , bear; the ���������  cost of plowing and preparing thje  liand for plaritjng,and  .thje': cost of  marking out the land, and planting  the trees.   The varieties best suited to the district     commercially  will be .chosen.   Thetrce^  iwi'Iil be.  selected personally 'at the nursery  by  a -.rc.prese.n.talive   of  ll\c   government and tiic government wi"sl  furnish those trees free at the railway /.station   oft  ho  planter.    , ,  During leach year of 'operatio,n  the government wil,l reimburse the  owner for any expenditure ', incurred by the operations ,in excess of those considered necessary  for the, proper care of the orchard.  This amount shall be" agreed upon  specifically in each district -  The government throughthe hor  ���������tioiiltural branch of th.o ' department of Agriculture will _gi,ve full  ment -of Agriculture will giye full  instruction and demonstration  each yeai{ tot Jie o,Wjner im all \or-  chard operations. The owner must;  undertake to follow implicitly the  instructions of therepresen.tative  of the Department. Ho will also  bear all costs of apparatus for,  cultivation 'etc. and will' .���������.undertake tof doall the work necessary.  The' owner will agree to keep ac  :j urate records of costs etc. and to  report to the department'on v.e-  col'd-blaliks provided for i.'he same  The orchard may be used for  public uoinoiii-tiations at the times  of the principal culturaj operations  The* agreement entered into by  Ihe contracting parties, siliall be  binding for five yeans lerminajt-  aling at that time oj\ sKx months'  notice-by either party, after which  ��������� imo the trees become. entirely/  the property of the o wnecr of the  3V."A'JT.  Intending planters,'who' arcin-  Lorostod in co-opci/ation along  this lino for the cnyoriragcmcnt of  prope|r; methods -of: truit igrowing  , ' LABOUR,.DAY .IN, MISSION  -,  1  -The,citizens of Mission City intend apparently to have a      good  time on Labor Day.   An excellent  programme has been prepared and  -pesters ai;e put announcing,. Llio^i  diffeerent .events of the day. ,,  ������������������'It is- noticed that a New West-  'mmster league' baseball match 'is  onelof-the attractions.-   A'-'motor  boat race is .toy.be -pulled off'    o.n-  the.-Fraser,.river. .. .Then there* isi  to-'b&'a tug^'ip^ai' between C.' P.;  R. and;Mis'sion-'9portH.   Thiore.are  other-attractions -that'should'  be'  different events of'the day.-  ��������� -'A-t'iirst-class orchestra from Ab-.  botsford will- supply -music for. the.,  dance'in the evening, which is sure  l o! be'one of the best drawing cards"  people' "of Mission1 could  that the'  s( cure.  .CONTEMPLATES ETJILDING  Arthur. Jones of Smith and Jones;  of.. Vancouver was in town this  week. , It is reported'that lie intends to build a 'business^'block1 on  the corner of���������/Cyril and 'Essendene  avenue. It. is.-probable that-one.  of oui< local'merchants ,will occupy  ,a 'largo, 'portion of the ground  floor' for-'a '.general store.  . '"''     ''  ���������   -;���������; i^-o��������� r���������:>'-'     ..i'f ii- -'  /     *.'r *'. '.'"    ,   '  '  ���������    PUBLIC SCHOOL OPENS  >"'  ���������--    ��������� ���������      . : _i_ ". '��������� v.  *  Thlej- public ischool opened , on  Monday, last'.with - seventy ���������.pu-r  pils in'attendance,.,' There will probably -be at Ieast'^abqut "twenty or  more later oh.' ',,i ' "'>"���������/.'"'  ' Mr. Harold' McArthur is' iD'rinei-  pal and Miss -Archibald is assistant  CONCERT. AND BASKET SOCIAL  A concert and basket social will  be given in the .Maple Lea'f Hall  on Friday levening/August 9th by  St. Matthews Church of England  The Madies arc requested to bring  baskets. An.excellent.,musicail,pro  gramme has been provided and all  who attend are promised a grand  time!   Sec poster for particulars. ''  ANNIVERSARY ' SERVICES  A.'SUCCESSFUL DANCE",  /Que' of the most successful dances over hold, in  a prjvater.,,house''  in this vicinity was given by Mr.  '  , Cyril- Hulton-IIarrop';on ���������- Tuesday,',:  evening last.   The interior-of tho  residence was most tastefully'/de-.���������,,  eoratcd and great,   .preparations;^  had been made for the'guests.of. \  the-'ovonimg,   The, host-of Lyth-,'',  wood Ranch proved himself a 'most v  admirable one and everyone, .was.,  loud/in their'praises of the-good  ''  old'English dance which he gave"  Among  those   present  were    Mr!./ '  and^Mrs. Taylor, Mr! ;and "Mrs/ A.V  .Harrqp, jThe' Misses Nelson, ,J;Mr/-  and Mrs'. Buckley,", Miss'L. 'Hill'-l'''"  Tout; .'kiss  ,M.   Reminlgtori," ' Mr!    '  Mrs. and Miss "Shortreed," Mr.  C. '  Sumner,,Mr: A'. E.'Barrett, Mr. B.  ./. Gernaey, Mr. J. Heath, Mr. arid ,'  Mrs. McGowan, Messrs. Chas., Will"  and Allan -HiMhTout, 'Mr. ���������H.. ' H./'  Ske'Lton, Mr. A. Nixon, Mr.-N.'Rob-; '  inson and Rev. A. E. Dayiss/       i  -   ���������'" MATSQUI BOOMING ,  ���������/-, i'  : Hiv*  >l\  -The  new blacksmith  shop is  a-       ."-"  .bout completed. ���������   '���������   . ' .-'-.:  , There is talk of a new hotel be-''  * ���������   "\tl  ing built now where the Nicholson   " ''" '-..V'  'blacksmith''shop now'stands';":��������� '       i'"' '''>t  .;  Mrf Purrin]gton ,'will not build'a" '"���������;������������������'  ���������/.  rno.w������'liotel,.as at .first was^conte'm-- t���������"���������-'/It"'?  .plated.    . -     . 1   " " 'V-;,-   ;,-/_  School opened on Monday witli ������������������'��������� ' \---/���������  a" better attendance than ever'be-""/ '  :.-  fore:'"- '       '- ��������� ' '"' ;' ''-"--'  1 Grading has begun on the'C. ,N.'.'  ���������.'.', [\^  R\ and, thet .'dirt' is flying/in great ;"'//��������� ' ":''���������"���������'.  style1. (.It  is /expected  'to"-lhave,/ai \._'   \ 1N  'greater  part   ol  the ��������� work''"done      '/ ,;/ -  this fall. ���������.      "' .'     ,-  '    \. \j    / v,;  ��������� INTENDS TO BUILD .  '.    . ,'    .  The anniversary services' of the  St. Matthews church, conducted by  Ihe vicar, Rev. A. E. Daviss on August 21 were well( attended by the  people. Excellent music, was pro7  vided by the choir.; The ladies of  the congregation had the church  most artisticallyt decorated , for  the occasionand deserve credit for.  the beautiful appearance of the  interior of the church on this special service. Among those who7  contributed selections were Mr. H.  II. Skelton, which was much appreciated.  A fine' line of    Box    Chocolates  *��������� the' *���������  at  ABBOTSFORD DRUG STORE  in this district can secure further  i.nformation regarding this work  on application to J. F. Carpenter  Assistant Horticulturist at Victoria, or direct to the Provincial;  Horticulturist, Department of  Agriculture,     Victoria.  As the time for receiving applications is limited to the next few  weeks prompt action is necessary  to -have your application consid-  sidercd.  W. E. SCOTT.  Deputy Minister of Agriculture  . H. :Ala'nson has purchased-'   the ���������  corner lot on Essendene     Avenue  /opposite the  Bank   from  Authier  Bros and injtends at an early date  to build a handsome business block,  part of whiqh he  will  use as   -.a,.'  store. '       "      :'.-.-..-/  OPENS UP BUSINESS '   : . v  Mr. J. J. Sparrow has been busy ,  hauling feed this week and now  has his store open for business.-It...  would appear from the amount .of  hay and feed lie is putting in that  ,he intends doing a good business  We wish J. J. success.    ��������� . >  FREE SOFTOOL BOOKS  Since the, last school term the  education department ,has enlarged the scope of the free text:'  book branch, now supplying Fifth  readers, Latin grammars, and draw  ing books to the pupils of the lower high school grades.  MOST HAPPILY WEDDED  In St. Andrews church,'Golden, B '  C. on the 16th instant, by Rev. W.  L. Macrae, Ida  Charlotta  Larson  of this town to Karl Hanning Flodin of Matsqui, B. ������.  Mr. J. K. McMenemy is to become  a citizen of Abbotsford again. He  has repurchased the blacksmith  fhop and will lake possession this  week. lib' has rented the cottage  ���������jf Mr. S. J. Bates for a few months  but intends building on Gladys avenue.' Wc are pleased to to have  Mr. and Mrs. McMcncmy among us  agaLi ' -- ���������  Mrs. L. Logace spent a few days  last week with friends in Dewdney  She returned Sunday.  -9*  m ?H������������  Wo  .......^i*.  *,.; ;������������������.,;>,iV,  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,      ABBOTSFORD. B. CJ.  CHURCH  SERVICES  '?...  .  Presbyterian    Church���������  RCV)    I  L#  Campbell, B. A., B. D. pastor';      ' "'  Abbotsford, 'W a.ni; aud'7:30>.'m,  Upper .Sumasl May 29, and' every  alternate Sunday at 3 p.m.  C. E��������� Wednesday at '8 p.m.  Sunday/ School at 3 p. u.  Methodist Church-  Sunday School 10 a. m.  Presbyterian   Church���������Rev.   A.   D.  Alder.  Mount Lahman, 11 a.m.  Pino Ctroye, 7;30 p.m.  Glenmore, 2;30  St. Mathews Church- -  i  Rev,. A. E. Davias,     Vicar.  AbbotsiorU.���������  Services for September.  September, 4���������2;30a p.m";  September/111���������11  a.m.  September 18���������i';30,     '   Harvest  Thanksgiving,  Septemb'e^ '25^-11  a.m.  Clayburn le very'Sunday  at 7 ;30  ,     ABBOTSFORD POSTOFFICE  " THE ABBOTSFORD POST  rjnl)lliil)(.(l    Kvcry    Friday    by    tlio   Tost  - U    '    I'ubllnhliij? Company,'   ''  A weekly .Hour/ml de-voted f. tlio liitei--  ������������������t.s'of" Abbotsford and huk ^ruling- district.    ���������'     '-'  Advcrtl.slnff Rates made know.    Ii iip-  -.luHtlon.  LEQXl ADVERTISING���������12 cents per  lino for llrst lrisortion, and 8 cimiih a urn1  for all subsequent r.onHeeiitlvu Insertion",  Our 'Shibboleth���������Kaithar for nor atftn'  the ' ������ovbrninent.        ���������;>..'>  ' i,"      .'''���������'.',,  HUL'KLIJ..UJJt il.".   -J.JL-'..'- '���������������������������  ���������'.*.���������������������������'-'  FRIDAY,'SEPT. 2,"'1910 '  Office hours'front 8 a. m. to 7 p. m,  No 314 Mail "train from Vancouver  ftOd east due'fi:������7i':' ���������������������������' "   '    ������������������������������������'���������  No 307 Mia! train from States duo  ���������,���������53.������ ;;w;-1 '4'"'"   ~ '''' :'  '-" ;  Train No. 314' south bound due ai  *;07; No 308 :due "at'17:27.'  ���������\\ "-. <* t   * '������������������ '��������� -.  Train No;, 307 north bound due a I  6,-83; No 3i;3'd.ufe"at.'i8;:22.  Great Ndrfhernr-gplng/ north at  fl;20; goln^flouth!.at 7.;15.  Mall tor Upper Suuia's- every Monday,  Wednesday, and Saturday,, 1 p. ra. .'���������  Moll for Peardonville every Tuesday  ... .-.-.I.   ,<... i1..   .     .    .-    ....  and Saturday,. 1.p. m.  Mail for Aldergrove, Shortreed.  and Otter, ��������� very Tuesday,, Thursday and Saturday, at; 1 p.m; ���������  /  BUSINESS   DIRECTORY  ABBOTSFORD.   "  OF  General Store* ���������  Arithler .Bros,-   -,   ,>  D. W. Turnbull.  M. L. McPhee, .' ������  Hotels���������   ;"'-7"'V  AVbotafo'rd Hotel, H. Freeman, Prop.  Commercial,/J. A./-Blair, Manager.  '  Real'E8tate~'/.''(' /"".    "���������". ".''"[.'[ -'  J. W. lyicCialluin.  C. A. Stumafi*. ���������.;  Wefitern-R'eal'tvj'j.J. McPhee & W.  Neisen.  Lladnay^Rufloell, C. E.  Auctioneers���������;;/ ari'   '."  '"  Lindsay'KuBseJl, C." E.  J. W. McCatfuW'''" ' ���������' ���������'-'  Banks-   'r:C-J   :\-w  Royal Bank of' Canada, W. H. Kerr,  Manager. V'"   '"'  Creamery��������� '  H. A. Hewe,. Proprietor.  Hardware��������� aKd Furniture���������;   ���������  ���������   H.  AlansoB,..'  Batchers���������������.'.V'.-'. ,  J. Mer.kman. -  RuUaig and-King.  Livery 8tafcle-r-  Lyle & Anderson  Baker and Confectioner���������  L. Legaca.     _p----.-'-  RESTAURANT-  Cona-ad ^Andersen.  Shoemakers"���������"   '':"~ ..  M. Hauiier:;'.' .  Board of Trade���������  ���������   J. W. McCallum;,Secretary.  Blacksmith��������� '.' \ - ������������������'  Stanley Ausneaur  Barber and Pool Room���������  Jos. Sanderson. "'���������''���������'-"  E.sewhere we give the provincial  government proposals 'for the establishment of a. demonstration  for the- lower mainland. The establishment of demonstration orchards means a good deal in the  development of the district in  fruit growing and the proposal  should receive the attention of  all fruit growers.  Fruit growing is just in its infancy and there are many things'  in relation to this line of work that  differ so much 'in different districts  that it is very  desirable to .   arrive at some  basis  of action applying to the.'Praser Valley.   There  is pruning, spraying,   -cultivation  of ground under the trees, remedies for insect pests, etc and a   variety of other subjects capable    of  demonstration, which is now  left  to individual 'opinion.'     ,T.he hew  comer who settles oh the land intending to grow fruit and seeking  certain  information  is  very  con-1  fused arid misled  by/the various  opinions of his advisers.   But with  the  results" of  a few 'seasons' 'of  experimental  work  in    a demori-  stration orchard and the published results for reference the present uncertainty as to the best, of  methods to' be adopted would' be  .removed.  The provincial government are  to be commended for the excellent  world th'ey are 'doing "for this infant industry and laying a foundation for' the  fruit  grower     to  I work  upon]   The   fact "'that'       a  demonstration orchard is to be established ori both sides of the Fra-  ser shows that, the     government  mean business.   There' should " be  plenty of places  to  choose from  and it would be a good thing for  this town if the choice fell oh five  i mppsfiib o 'ibr me ro 20 at 'ores-  v t it, but I will be over to sec him  as early'ih the evening as possible"  Shortly' afterward, the messenger  ret/timed and said; "The commandant demands your immediate  prc-finec and says to tell youif you  lo not at once appear before hinv  he will place you under arrest.  MeUce" toid the messenger that  ie would scils the commandant,in a  notter p-'ace than San Jose' before  oefo're' ho    would    comply    with  ,uch,;a   trea'tening order, and    if  ���������iimediately he -had  better  come  himself,.^ ','. ' '���������  The, (cpnimahdant did come    but  with a. body of soldiers, and car-  r\'in(J,|vMcGee off. to a military,  piisoii. dl'dcrcd that he should receive fifty-one e.tripes and lay almost at death's door for several  months at the.home of another.  Can^cTlari, Mr. Stanley McNider, of  J.uab/viu'/.a City. 'He owed his life'  to the careful mursing of Mr. ancf  Mrs. .McNider', who, like 'himself,  were natives of Montreal.  Meantime the British Minster at  Guatemala had .been active.   Heat  once cabled .the home office  and  i-mmedlatcly came a reply  that a  reply came that a   British cruiser  then lying'off Punta Arenas, Costa  Rica, had, been ordered to San J:ose  tand would be there, within forty-  eight hours, land instructions were  that if during the interim thelQua-  tcmalian.     Government had     not  made official apology, not only to  the- British Government, but also  to McG-te,' and agreed to pay Mc-  Gee five' hundred 'pounds sterling  for each and.every'stripe received  a jtotal of-about one hundred and  twenty-five ithousand .dollar's, San  Jose should be taken.' Before the  British war'shipJ'arrived .the official apolo'gies were, given, immedate  payment of the money offered an d  the'.commandant reduced to "the  ranks' and imprisoned. McG-.ee did  not (accept the'-money, he - -afterwards' pointed >out that the facilities for'shipping and .the landing  of goods at. 'San Jose were inadeT  quate and . if, he ,!were. given -'exclusive docking riglits;he could secure;, capital to -provide facilities.  The' Igovernment of; Gauten^ajla1.  granted; harm the exclusive rights  asked for and he.disposed of them  to the- fCampa,nia de. Agendas,  which to-day is one of the wealtM  ic-st corporations in. Spanish, Am-;  teri(ja, Ayhile- McGee himself is      a  rnulti millionaire.  msmsmm  ������),,���������.,  J3ENERAL MERCHANTS:  ���������MH^MjuaiaanMaMaaMoaM������������aMiMWH������aMBBaMaBaBMifaaHHa������HiMUBMMKJMMaBBa4^^  Only first class;  Groceries,  . DryGpods,.  Flouri Feed,, and Grain  Boots and Shoes  Kept in stock  Essendene Ave.,  Abbotsford; B. C.  IHARNESS!  Single driving harness.  Double driving harness.  General farm harness.  Logging harness.  Made to Order.      Satisfaction guaranteed.  AEY  P. O. BOX 45.  LIVERY AND FEED STABLE  TOURING AUTOMOBILE  We can give you the best of attention at Reasonable Rates.  Our New Touring Automobilefis in great demand.  Wm. LYLE  Stables on Essendene Avenue  acres close t'o Abbotsford.  G. IflenorV  Tobacco si/lol.' Novelties���������  3. V. Means.'���������v  '"'?''  Doctor��������� ���������'���������}":"''���������'��������� 'f'  T. A. Swift.  SADDLER.Yc ;and IIAR;D W A R E~  B. J. Geirnaoy. - - : - - -  CARPENTER   and   CONTRACTOR  R. J. Shannon,  MERCHANil TAILOR.  T. C. CooganV "���������' ���������' !' '  if jvs'y ��������� '  SCRVEYOIJ6.  llonderson.'and Taylor.  ABBOT8F6KD' DRUG STORE.  There are a great many old orchards in the Fraser Valley that  if improved by pruning and sprav-  ing and, proper cultivation would  grow 'excellent fruit, and if such  a work^could be carried, on by the  government and the results made  1  known there is no doubt suteh     a-  work would -be highly beneficial to  the' fruit   growing  industry.  HOW THE-BRITISH NAVY PROTECTS  CANADIANS     ������������������"  kCi\^C  ABBOTSFORD, BAKER  Bread?-Buns, Kisses,  'tireativ Puffs'.'  Wedding Cake a Specialty  B. C.  J  v-  ; ;ij^^^M^:^<M!t*=JM^  Nearly forty years ago^  before  iCanadian- capitalists    had    turned  their attention' to "Spanish America,  writes" Watson   Griffith '     in  Psbruay- -Busy  Man's  a  Canadian  by tho name' of McGee," a naturalist of no "mean attainments, went  from 'Montreal to  Central Ameri-'  ca to make .certain  studies there,  and eventually settted on the west  coast of the republic  of  Guatemala at'the little town of San Jose,  the "port of entry for the   capital  city.   He   was  shortly   a'fterwards  appointed  British" consular  agent  at San Jose.   Thep osition was not  a"lucrstive one, but it had its hon-  01 and gave him time to pursue his  studios.   One evening in .the  year  1S71, Mr. McGee was entertaining  a few   friends   when   a messenger  came from ihp comma'ndant at the  port, saying he Wished, to see him..  McGee said;'   :^   - .   '    'v:  "Kindly give my compliments to  the commandant and tell him it is  WATER) JSI01"IGEJ  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  ah application "will be made under  Part. V.| of the" "Water A-ot, 1909"  to obtain'a license'in" thLQ Chilliwack Division -of the New Westminster- District.  (a.) The name, address and occupation of the applicant, H. A.  Howe, Abbotsford,' B;. C, saw mill  manager,      '     "  (b.) The name of the lake, stream  or -source; an unnamed spring rising in the N. W. 1-4, Sec. 14, Tp. 13,;  E. C. M.', within thei limits of the  V. V. & E. Ry. R .0. W..  (c.) The point of diversion, at  the southerly boundary,of the r'ght  of way of the V. Yr. & E. railway.  (d.) The quantity of water applied for (in cubic feet per second)  1-10 cubic "foot.  (e.) The character of the proposed works, pipe line.  (f.) The;j)remises on .which, the.  water is to-be. used, Pine Grove  Lumber, mill, and premises;, situated  in the N. W..1-4, Sec. 14, Tp.13.  (g.) ^he,purposes for which the  water is to be used, water supply  and pond for mill.  (j.) Area of Crown land intended  to be occupied by the proposed  works, none.  (k.) This notice was posted on  the 4th day of August, 19,10, and application will .be made to the Commissioner on the 6th day of September,  1P10.  "(1.) Give the names and addresses of 'biny riparian proprietors or  licensees who or whose lands arc  likely to be affected by the propon  ed works, either abp.ve or below th������������������:  outlet,  C.  Christie..  PINE GROVE LUMBER CO.  HENRY A. HOWE,  Abbotsford,   B.   C.  July 29th, 1910.  Time Is Worth Money;,, ���������So Is 'Hay|  Bui it is worth more money when it is baled; because it is easier  to  handle and retains the sweet flavor that is necessary to brir.g  good   prices.  And to properly bale hay so that time may be saved an I. H.'C. hay press j  is- indespensiable. ' -  See H. Aianson for terms and prices.  A. G. BROWN & CO.  1048{Westminster Ave., Vancouver, B.C-I  CANADIAN   PAIR1 DATES.  Stock Show and Race Meet, at  Edmonton,   August  23   to J26.  Canadian National Exhibition' al,  Toronto," August 27 to Sept 10.  Dominion Exhibition at St. John  N. B., September 5 to 15.  , "^,  Western' Fair, at London, September 9, to 17.  Central. Canadian .Exhibition   ai  Ottawa, September 9  to 17.  Provincial Exhibition, New Westminster, B. C, October 4  to 8.  +  *0* .  ' WANTED TO RENT in Matsqui  ,in one ormore blocks���������300 or 400 ac.  good land already under cultiva- .  tion.   State terms to P. S. care of  this' paper, Mission City.  EE  INSURANCE LOANS  Abbotsford Homesites  If you are looking for a home  or snappy, investments.  *  in town lots, acreage or farm  property  ���������       X  gCALLU  The. Pioneer Real Estate Broker of Abbotsford W'  V'-A'  ii; ,' 1.      r 1 '        11 1  .'.*   -.i.u..-'  '. fi'-r  .-a i.'n.:-:rtr&,<  ���������������      vVT,  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,      ABBOTSFORD, B..G.  THREE  r  fa  k  ABBOTSFORD,  B. C.  Capital paid up, $5*'b00,000.  Reserve Fund, $5,700,000. .  / Total Assets, $70,000,000.  "'   '. A general banking business transacted.  SAVINGS   BANK  -   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  /  CIAL  nimnamti^ippQf/fsqirBftiitfjflftffffi  j. Mcelroy & co.  LIQUORS,   WINES   AND    CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  man ������������������mrniB���������KtWMMiwiimiiinwiiiiiiiMiiiMUBniinMiiiMtaaiiiiijiiMUi  Cor. Essendene Ave. and Oscar St.,  CITY  . Several'  _ t *  Canvassers  Salary & Commission  For Particulars Write  Abbotsford  Post  ABBOTSFORD  B.C.  DATES.OF EXHIBITIONS  THROUGHOUT PROVINCE.  First  Circuit  Alberni ������������������-  Sept. 14 and 15  Nanairno   Sept. 16 and 17  The Islands <-- ���������  Sept 21  Com'ox    ; -'---  Sept 22'arid'23  Cowiehan.   .- -    Sept-23  and  24  Victoria '    Sept   27  to   Oct.  1  N. and S.. Sanich  ������������������ Oct. 7 and   8  Second Circuit  Coquitlam    "-  .Sept  20  Maple  Ridge    "Sept 21 .and 22  Mission  : Sept 29  Agassiz         Sept 27  and 28.  Chil'Hwack   Sept 20, 21 ,and   22  Third   Circuit  Nicola   --���������������������������  Sept 13  and 14  Armstrong -������������������  Sept 22 and 23  Vernon   Sept 15 to  17  Kamloops      Sept  28   to    30  Kelowna      Sept 20  and    21  Salmon Arm   Sept 23 and 24  Summerland       Oct.   17   arid    18  Fourth Circuit  Surrey       Se.pt  27  Langley -���������'  Sopt 28  Eburno      Sept  29   and  30  Lad nor      ,   Sept  23 "and   24  Fifth  Circuit  Nelson    Sept 28 to 30  Cranbrook      Sept  23  and    24  Kaslo   Oct 20 and 21  -    < THE    MARKET.      ,  i  -The, extremely low prices of the.  fruit at this season of the year was  the feature, at the market on Friday,.' Apples,  plums   and.    - pears  were on thje fenarket in large quan  tities.arid though the weather was  favorable'for the sale of fruit   the  demand was weak.   The prices in  consequence were;low and the sale  not great.   This is accounted   .for-  partly by the reports,of.the    fall  apple crop .which is reported to be  exceptionally good..--The V apples  on sale nowd b not-keep'long, and\  are not as'good.for .generatuscas,  the'later ripples.   Thus the demand  no.w is mostly  for .eating  apples,  and it requires not a great deal to,  supply  tha ...tdemand. Pears  and plums also suffer from   '" the  \v-,eak|ness ijn apples and fruit   on;.  th;e 'market and could be purchas-,  cd as cheaply as they will proba-  ably ever be' again.       ' ��������� v '���������'. '*  Pork" dropped from 16  and 15c  to 13 and 14 cents.  ��������� lEggs were unsteady but at the  close of the market tho price    re-'  mained   the   same.���������4.0   ecnta 'pea  dozen wholesale.  The rest of the prices remained  about the samejas at previous mar  kets but all the prices were not aB  Str'oimg as they have been. , .The  market was the best, that has been  held for some time. There were a  great many farmers and aU sorts  of buyers. The quantity'"of produce brought in far exceeded, that  ���������brought iln topr-evjiafus /"markets  for iso-mc- months past- and during  the day tho transactions.must have  leen totalled to     a    considerable  sum.  *  The following are tho      quotations;      .  'Eccf, hindquarters, per lb 9 to 10c  Beef, forequarters," per lb 14 to 15c  'Lamb, per lb   14 to 15c  Mutton, per lb : ���������-������������������ 12 to 13c  Veal, large, per lb  -'-���������-- 9 to 10  Veal, medium, per lb'-  12c  Pork, prime, per lb   13 to 14c  Eggs, wholesale, per doz 38 and 40  Eggs, retail, per doz   45  But'tcr, who-bsalc, per lb    26c  Fowl, per doz, live ������  $7 and $8  UroiUirs, per dozen ���������-  $4Lo$5  Ifrota'tocsj new, per ton    $20  Apples, wholesale per box GO to 85  Plums  per crate  ���������   -   ���������40   Lo  50c  Cucumbers, per doz   30c   o   Never   depend   on   a stuttering  man.    lleU break his word.  MISSION  CITY. INKLINGS  "(From Fraser Valley Record.)  The Misses Strang of New York  were wijLh Mrs. (Dr.) Stuart this  week.  ��������� Mr., J. A. Coatha|tn inspector of  orchards was in the district ' this  week. Mr. Coatham lives iri Chilliwack' but his duties take him to  all parts of the province, but he  is a loyal and 'enthusiastic believer in the ad vantages t which the  Eraser Valley offers to fruit growing.    .    '    ., '       '       " ���������   ���������  Miss Francis, the new milliner at  M DesBriRay's store/ arrived on  Monday  last.        ' ' ,  Mr. Bell wil(l assume his duties at  the barber shop this week thus letting Mr. Bert Mil-oV off duty.  Mr. George Riggs, president <f  tlvcj Vernon Fruit Co.,.Vernon, B C.  spent tho day in Mission City yesterday with R. C Abbott inspecting tbe loading of a car ol plums  15. Nuish the colored porter who  struck Mr. Conwuy about a fort  night ago at the C. P. R. station  here gave himself into the hands  of the provincial police on Friday!  .last and appeared before Magistrate Verchore. He was fined $5  and costs.  School ope'ned pn Monday with  but two teachers in the Mission City, Miss McLe'od, principal; and  Miss  McEwan,  assistant.  Mr. J. Thornton, M. P. of Durham  County,, Ontario,, and Mr. - Ben].  Thornton of Woodstock, Ontario,  are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.,  S. Henry, Mount Prospect Fruit  Farm.  Miss R. Marston who spent the  past week with Mrs.- A. S. Henry  has returned to.her home in Burr  lington, N. S. '  Mr. F. C. Mills has leased the Mis  sion City Hotel from the new .purchaser, Mr. J. A. Hargitt, and has  re-furnished, the hotel throughout  . Mr. R. K. Graham (representing  Lee's Furniture Store of New West  minster being intown on Saturday  last to sell'(Mrs:''Mills the furniture  which is 'a guarantee . t&at, the  furnishings will-be'Up-to-date in  all'respects. ^Mrs.'Mills should do  well in the' new premises-.  .,/_.;���������  .HATZIC/NOTBS."    ' Ji:, '.���������  We,-notice' with   pleasure   that'  tenders for.the .erection, of a new  schooi at-Hatzic, are being called'  for and we,' now'feel'assured that '  at last Hatzic'will- acquire'proper  educational facilities  which' have-  been denied her during the past.  ,   The Dominion Express, company  have appointed an assistant     to  help agent Ross for the rest of the  fruit season.  Blackberry shipments to the  eastern markets are graudally getting smaller at this point and the.  crop ijs rapidly coming 'to an end  this season. This has been a very  profitable year to fruit growers  Ln this locality arid the outlook for  the balance of the season' seems  very  promising.  Miss Coburn of Vancouver is visiting- her friend Miss Florence Mc-  Tagigart.   .'  Mr. A. Brealey was a passe;agdr<  to Vancouver on Monday.,  Miss E. arid L. Knowling who  have been ispending the summer  at Sunbeam 'Farm - returned , to  their home in Vancouver last weeic  -Mr. H. Cutler was in Vancouver  on Monday.  Mr.- A. Catherwood has secured  the contract for the building of  Ihe new- Mission school,  Mr. Geo Ross spentl Sunday in  Vancouver.  Miss Sterling, formerly, of Fern-  dale, arrived in Hatzic -on Saturday to ,take charge of the local  school.  Farmer's Agency  City Market Phone 5452  Vancouver  Pioneer Produce & Commission Agent.  Our Mottow���������"'Highest price paid for  first class stock."  P. S.���������We have orders for 'early  apples to ship north.  WESTERN  v"-^������aB8E2p'*5������  REALTY CO  Farm Lands  Town Lots  VANCOUVER AND-ABBOTSFORD  'TS  mmmmmsmmwsiwmiaxeMatama  TEL  ���������  ABBOTSFORD, B. C,    ���������'../,  HBawMancMnomMmwiM  r i  , Strictly first-class in every respect.,   The bar. is,  stocked with the, best of wines, liquor and cigars, ;  RATES,  $1.50  TO  $2.00  PER   DAY  I H. FREEMAN, proprietor  /..  ���������;  ������./.'���������''������������������  ��������������� P. 0. Box 58 Insurance Phone No. 1 ���������������'*���������  T m. ������������������ m ���������    ��������� sm>mmm mmmmmm* T  Tin mi     'h^iiiwi mnir1 w% %]  V w.ainl   m    %$ Vlwll^inill'Y''  ������3>-  V REAL ESTATE   AND  COMMISSION   AGENT" .V.  Jt*.  :       .         __       ���������^j .. ^_  A^b  ���������>  ���������>;  C*  T  Restaurant business doing average", of v'  $550 per month. Building .24x44 contain^  ing 4 rooms,  building,  lot and utensils'^ ���������  .'; etc., $1500, $800 'cash, balance" 6 and.,12,7  monfhs, 7 per-,ceht..,: ..-',���������:���������   - '' ., /7:'Vf:.  Well.built house on 11-2   lots.'rehtr-..,  ing at $10 per month;.centre   of.  town.,;1,  Price $850, $400 cash, balance in 6' months]  at 7 per cent. ; - '       ;    "  40 acres adjoining Otter Station with  beautiful house, 12 acres slashed, , splendid jsoil. Price for quick sale, $3750 cash  or $2000 cash, $1000 6 months, $1000 12  months.  2 choice residental lots on Yale road ���������  adjoining  townsite   66 x 90  feet   each.  Price 200 per lot, one-third cash, balance .,  6 and 12 months, 7 per cent.  A very fine   piano by Kimball   of  Chicago, cost $500 nett, will sell for $375,   -  cash $1,00, balance' $15 per month.  Splendid driving horse, 7 years old, \  gentle but  very fast, sound . and in fine  condition,' $250.  1 bay working horse, about 1300 lips.,  8 years old, $105.   Perfectly sound.  1 roan saddle poney, 7 years, perfectly  sound and in fine condition.   Price $90.  1 sorrell horse, good driver, $60.  Tent, almost new 16x18, big fly and  ^ partitions.   Cost $40, will sell for $25.  '���������������'.-  f  ���������>  ��������������� Land Exchange Office  Abbotsford, B: C.  u  \4 l'OUR  ������<iMii m mwimnnp iln*i'���������>������*<  4HN)Wr>r*'f ���������ar^w������������r*  THE''ABBOTSFORD POST,      AB'BOtSKOR'D,, ii. 0.  EMMms^am^^ H������mraHB������i������m������K������B^^  A  A ������,JB���������������4  .d  Special arrangements have, been made by me to  supply the public of Vancouver' from the 1st  day of September with hampers of"  Consisting- of Chickens, Ducks, Geese, Fresh , r  Vegetables, Sutter, Eggs.'.  What  Could Be Better for, the District?  ���������������������������������������������������������������      iiiMiirm  TBu*mniMitw-,a*t.tl.aM  Why not, therefore, patronize the man who  studies the farmers' interest and is always working  fpr������,them to obtain the highest price for their  ' ,J " *  PRODUCTS  I have established a market at your own doors  where yon can bring your stock and obtain the  highest prices under competition,  WHY, THEREFORE  Sell to the individual who   comes to your door  and  buys at his own prices.  BE WISE FARMERS  Bring your stock and chickens lo the market, tell the  man who visits your door that he can enter into  competition with others there. As you will sure obtain their market value, the dealers value is the most  he can make out of it for himself. You do the work  and he takes the profits.  I established your Abbotsford Market. I asked  you to bring stock, chickens, etc. I advertised for  you but my requests were always met with the reply  .    'BUYTHEM YOURSELF  ' s Now take this to heart and digest it well, because I know the farmers will not like to hear it, but  never the.less its true. ���������-.,���������  A Record of My Purchases and Resales  at the Yards  And don't forget it' was not more than 24 hours  after I made the purchase either: '-Bought 13 steers'  1 for $300, sold them for $418, profit $ 1 18; bought  5 pigs for $12 each, sold them for 98,'profit $38,  bought 2 sows and a boar, for $90, sold them 'for  120, profit 30; bought line of 22 ��������� head'of cattle for  25 each, sold them at prices averaging'-38, profit  286;.bought 1 team of- horses for . 450,'sold ' them  for 735, profit 285,'and sundry other things, Now  look at my commission it would have;been''$1 10.35  and'look at my profit $733. Now the wise farmers  who' thought they were gettiug good . prices from the  fool of an auctioneer just lost $646,45" by their  want of knowledge of I .  RULING MARKET RATES  But still they say the farmer will never get out of  his lax and slovenly ways, But he will find he will  have to, if he desires to keep pace with the modern  ways of the world.     - .:���������-������,  Be Advised from Headquarters"  Seil at the places where there'must "be' competition. Be satisfied when you are getting a good  price. And if you are not satisfied to 'sell at the  Market Yards now, then I am still prepared to trade,  deal or buy from you, > and will probably give you  better value than.you can;.get-from any one else, but  mind this I am not out for the good of my health,  but only for one purpose,, and that is  nmiiiFLa���������~���������.*.������������������*.������ Wi  TO.MAKE'MONEIY;.  y  THE   ABBOTSFORD    MARKET   YARDS   will be   re-opened   on  THURSDAY, SEPT. 13, 19lO, when Cattle, Horses, Sheep,  Hogs  ?     Chickens, etc: will be offered, also a quantity of New Furniture,  but the  : .: Market-will be conducted on an entirely different principle-in' future viz ���������  Because people have been in the habit of putting prices on' their stock far and above the marker value   Things  ^datbX " ht     f XD* '^ tVf advertisfdLPr������P������ly; and to do this, entries for each sale will do e at la  ttt^^i^T-'   JheI?agamI   ^deoded",*.!*   -y markets'the same" as a Fair   and-I  Ten  Five  Ten  Five  Five  Five  TO  OFFER  PRIZES   AS   FOLLOWS  dollars for the best Milk  Cow entered for sale  dollars for the best Steer or Dry .Cow, Fat  dollars for the  best   Horse,'heavy weight, over  1200 lbs.  dollars for the -best Light Horse: weight under  dollars for the best Sow or Shoat, fat.  dollars for the   best pen   of    12 Chickens   or  Ducks, any age ."'���������'.���������  dollars for the best plate of Fruit .containing 12,  any one variety either Apples, Pears or Plums!  dollars for  the best   assortment of 6   different  sorts of Vegetables. .,  Five-'dollars for the best sample of Oatsv 10 lbs  Five dollars for'the  test  sample of; Tirhothy   Hay,  weight 4 lbs.    ' . '  Five dollars for the best sample of Oaterh hay, 4 lb.  Five dollars for the best sample of 5 lbs. of Potatoes  Five dollars for the best sample of 2 lbs of Butter.  Five dollars for the best 2 dozen eggs  either Hens'  or Ducks'.  Entries are only open   to  the district from  Murray's  Corner to Chilliwack. :  All the prize Fruits, Vegetable, Hay and Oats, etc.,  will become the property of the Auctioneer.  Entrie* close for each prize on Sept;> 1st',   1910.  LINDSAV RUSSELU  REAL   ESTATE   AGENT  AUCTIONEER  ABBOTSFORD,   B. C  Mow is  HS"<i������  ef to   Boy  They will give more comfort; last longer and  keep your feet drier, by breaking them; in now; And  what's more you will save rmney by purchasing now  during the dull season.  We have Ames Holden, Leckie and Amherst  Shoes.���������considered the best on the market.  . W. TURNBULL  Huntingdon  Matsqui   Hotel  .     MISSION CITY. B.C.  This hotel has been thoroughly  rennovated 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 .  Henderson I Taylor  (Associate .Members Can.   Soc. C. E.)  Civil Engineers  R, A. HENDERSON  B. C. LAND   SURVEYOR.  Office, next P. O. P. O. Box 1 1  Social and Personal.  Mrs. Coogan and child rein return  ed-home on Sunday evening.  Miss Lucy,Parton ta'ft on Tuesday morning to visit friends in  r. verett. "*'  Mr. and Mrs. Jones and family  ���������left on Tuesday evening's train for  Nooksack, where they will residein  future.  Miss Maggie Miller (of 'Alder-  grove is visiting her sister,' Mrs.  McKinnon.  Mr. II. Aianson has the contract  of putting in the weight scales for  Mr. J. J. Sparrow.  Miss Maggie Nelson is relieving  in the telephone office while Wis.  Edson is taking a well earned holiday.  Mr. and Mrs. McKinnon .have  moved into the house formerly  owned by Mr. E. Jones. ...        -  Stop that Cough. Our Cough  Syrup will do it.  ���������  ABBOTSFORD DRUG STORE  Mr. Hayes of Sussex England, is  in Abbotsford with the intention  of purchasing 'sqme property if he"  finds ,that he ican be 'suited. He is  particularly pleased with the  future prospects of our town; and .  while here is a guest at Lythwood  P.iinch.  Mr. J. Murphy it is reported intends to build a blacksmith shop  on Gladys avenue.  A full assortment of Stationery  and School Supplies at  ABBOTSFORD DRUG STORE .  At Holy  Trinity  Church,  Fair-  view, Vancouver, by Rev. H. Beach  rm, N. E. Watkins of Clayburn, B <  C. and Eva Carter of Brighton, England.      . ���������'���������;* ���������"/ v  Harvest Thanksgiving ^services  wKl be hqLd in the St. Matthews  Church on September 25.  : Mr. A. Cruickshank of Chiiliwack  ���������spent a few days in and around V  Abbotsford this wejek. While in  the district he inspected some of  the work being done on the roads  in the vicinity of Matsqui and Mt.  Lehman, and found the work progressing satisfactorily.  A most pleasant and interesting  whist party was lield at Lythwood  Ranch on Thursday teyeriing.  1  M  mmimmmmiktmsgmBSSiBBi  /'

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