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 , j,t������.������., ^^ji-^.'.sj:.;i..r,.ii-i-J,' *&.������";?!���������.i:Sh.';v..!.'. '.:'  >.'. '^���������"f.Vi.i. .,.; ..;  ,.; A,! Cf>!.' ,j"  &  w  Hi  I;  12?  Vol.III., No. 18.  ABBOTSF0RB, B. C, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 8 1911  8 $1.00 PER YEAR  MiUismsr^uhVfasmijrrt- ������������������ .'ttirmriMimiKTTa^TffigHHMiiiii 'Y~.fr nSac  aaa  fiTirnav���������mrrrirrH  3EBEBH!-HESECBH  nmniju.niBaa  ������������������������ ���������h"-'^"ti ���������" ���������"���������-~~  ass  MARRIED  AT   HAZELBRAfi ' "  ON WEDNESDAY   o   ><ff*i  A good tea that continues good |f  is a good tea to continue to buy f  gBlendid, and packed expressly for my  . own-trade.    .  ABBOTSFORD and HUNTINGDON, B. C.  \V-yfyfttopi  >t^r  9BBSC  MOST HAPPILX lOTDDHD  (pjOMU ������&UBA ���������JWS'MvI inroJ,!)  RULES OF FRUIT PACKING ,v  COMPETITIONS.  . Each co'mpe-titor will i iexh3b.it  '.A quiet wedding took place on five standard boxes of apples of  'Monday, morning last at the home five or. fewer varieties, to 'be pack-  bf Mr and Mrs. George Gibbard ed by the pupil without assistance  -senior, when their son Frank and five packs; all layers except the  rW3B Louise Baker, of Mission City face, wrapped; ino layer-papers;  .were united .in.marriage, Rev ,W. fruit may be wiped; cover neeit  Wesley Whtftaker performing lhe not have been nailed'on. The fruit  ^r^moiiy;. :,,Mr. ,J... Little  acted   will be iscored as follows;   '  as'best "man, wliile Miss Nellie Gib-   Grading       20  points  bard, sister of the groom', was the   Packing  bridesmaid   Miss   Mary  Wilkinson      Alignment   20 pofnls  Bulge    :   20 points  Height at ends 20 poinfs  Firmness    20 points  ot .Nanaimo. wa?s the flower girl  biily immediate relatives of,, the  bride and "groom were present, and  after a pleasant ..wedding reception-the newly married couple left  for-their own home in Cedar Valley  100   po'n'-j  The Fruit Judge will forward ni3  >r-uieir-Own nome in ueuar vauejr ~        .    -  7  Mr'Ind Mrs. Frank Gibbard who   Bc"ie to the Department of Agri  L ���������.������ ������������������>n i;������������������- t������ M;ooinT, w���������������������   culture and the.pup.ls winning thi  are are well known in Mission were  the recipients of many useful ana  ^rst Second and Third will receive  ��������� '        p J pr:zes of $15 00, $10.00 and $5.0 j ea h  handbome wedding  presents..  DID. NOT GET THE  Pupils whose pack scores 75 per  cent are credited with these points  for   diplomas  whether  they  wcr;  ' r /Sri vnpiuiuoo wiieiiici inuy were  <t . ��������� , PAKENHAM, CUP. successful in scoring prize mon^y  The members of our footba'l club 01. n0^m  journeyed to MiBsion City on La- Competitors may buy fruit il  bor, Day to assist Mt. Lehman to necessary as this competition is  wrest the cup from the Coquitlam for packing only,  team" but were unsuccessful. It Competitions in packing of ap-  wast of course a difficult under- piCs will be connducted by the De-  taking but the boys need not be .paifjneiit of Agriculture '.during.  onc;i bit ashamed of their mighty the packing aeason of 1911,' in all  efiort as the opponents have had the districts in which .packing  much more experience playing 'to schools were held in .the previous  getter than our team. Next time winter months. All packing schooi  better luck imay follow. pupils   who  were   scored  75   per  .              . o  cent or over at the packing schools  Mr', and Mrs. Prefontaine of Van- *M  ^ eugiole lor emry,  couver spent a   few days visiting , Fo*'   furLher  information    apply  lMi<   P.rafonltauie's   brothers, *he '������ th5 "ft"* J'/m. B. Scott,  Messrs   Authier,      A Deputy Minister of Agriculture.  At  Hazelbrae,      Clayburn.     the  country home of thebride's mother, ,there was celebrated on Wednesday  afternoon  the marriage of  Miss  Marguerite Aileen,       second  daughter   of   the   late   Mr.   J. ,C.  MicLagan   and   Mrs.' (McLajgan  to  Mr. Alpheus Spencer St. John, son  of Mr. A. S. St. John of :St Catherine. , Ont.   The   bride,  one .of Jhe  most  widely known young ladies  in Vancouver isocitHy, isthe'daugh  ���������'er'of one" of Vancouver's pioneers  the   late  Mr. J. C.  McLagan, the  founder, and until his death, head  of  the   Vancouver World.        The  marriage was one of the prettiest  events  that has' taken place here  for some time.   Only the relatives  and  a   few intimate friends were  and   a   few intimate friends were  present  for the [ wedding     which  took   place' at   3:30.   The      large  drawing room where theceremony  took   place  .was   transformed.  It  was done in the golden autumnal  tints.of helianthusi golden rod and  and golden glow, while in contrast'  thtre   was   (arranged, an  arch   of  greenery from which'hung a   wed-  rdmg- belief white asters.' As Miss  Delia Johnston played -the "Lo-h-  engrin"  bridal.'chorus  and march  the bridal party entered and took  their, places beneath the arch. The  bride entered wi-Mi her brother, Mr.  P. Douglas M. McLagan,- oy whom'  ���������she was-given away, her only attendant bting her sister, Miss Dor--,  is-McLagan. Mr. Burton A. S*". John ,  was  his brother'3 best man.   Rev.  Alexander^ Dunn of New Westminster,' one of the pioneer clergymen  of '.he  province, officiated, as he  did  years  before- at the iwedding  of the bride s parents.   The young  bride was lonely in a   costume of  golden brown velvet, trimmed w'iih  yone  and (short, slee yes of cluny  lace.   With the costume she wore a  large French model hat o** brown  velvet, the crown formed of     silk  frings,  and  the brim edged .with  with   frings.   A   cluster   of   roses  shading from a   deep cream to a  golden  brown  with green foliage  was used as trimming;   Her bridesmaid wore a   lovely gown of Alice blue embroidered marquisette,  with touches of black, and embroid  ered   yoke  'and  sleeves:   With  it  she   wore   a   large  black  picture  hat trimmed and edged with white  \ w '.emcjfijmeis   lace.   Durfcur .fcfie  signing, of the register, Miss Hazel  McLagan,   the   bride's isister  sang  "Beloved,* It is Morn." followed by  the   Mendelssohn   wedding march  as the young couple left th3 house  for the  tennies court where they  received   the  congratulations     of  their  friends.   Mrs. 'McLagnn, ithe  bride's   mother <was   wearing     a  becoming dress of black and white  voile, mounted on black satin. The  yoke was formed of Irish crochet,  the bodies made with revers of Cor  onation blue.   The long tunic waff  trimmed with black met embroidered in white.   Miss Hazel McLagan  wore white marquisette veiling and  Helen pink satin.   Miss Delia John  sion   was   wearing  a   dainty costume pf white embroidery. Luncheon was  served in a   large niav-  quee on, the tennjs court from   the  bridal table which was decorated  STARTING  SASH AND  , u,    , DOOR   'FACTORY  Mr. WilbrancI formerly of     this  town, is going to start a   sash and  ���������door factory here, and will employ  at least- fifty men.   He has acq1'.'?  ed  the  necessary property for  a  site  from  Mrs. Campbell   He also  intends  to instal a' water   works  to  supply Abbotsford w^th water  At predent the town is supplied by  two springs one at each: end of the  town, but owing to the town's ra--  ��������� p;d  growi'h  this is altogether, inadequate. ,  LABbR DAY SPORTS.   o-  A PUBLIC MEETING /  A public" meeting will be hpH  :n the Maple Leaf Hall on Monday  September 11th at 8 p.m. when  Mr. J. D. Taylor will address the  electors. It is (hoped everyone  interested in .reciprocity, will be at  the hall that evening to hear what  the speaker has to say.  Other  speakers will ^address the  meeting.  .Taylor   speaks -at   Matsqui   and  Mission on the 13th.  -_ The.r Norton." Griffiths.-SteeL Construction Company is making great  Iprjogress   at   the ' Kil'garde   Brick  Company's  works (east of Abbots  ford on the edge of the Fum^sLak.-*  The  works will be in. full swing  next   springs  They   have." already  some excellent fire clay which can  ;be used;in the manufacture' of the  finest kind of brickg.   Mr. Mitchell  uorintendent and D. Heaton, engineer; for the Norton Griffiths Co  have the work in hand.  (From Fraser Valley Record)  Words fail to enable.the .printer  I to place ,in type a- true and,real-  realistic .descriptiontof the several  floats, but "Jhot'.'. type and. black  ink will serve to remind 'our. readers something of what the spectators saw. The marBhall and his  tho grandest that ever 'headed .any  procession   oh  the . Pacific   Slope,  ��������� when'- supported "by  the" musiical.  strains uridei1 the guidance of Band  master  Griffith  and Bowie's bag-  " pipes"' was eure" 'to' make  a   good  impression of what was to follow.  H. Windebank, which represented  his poultry and feed business, and  his goods; The float was two-stor  led, the upper, deck representing a  chicken-house^with all its comforts  Underneath was^-the, , packing  room where thepacker reached  above for. the eggs-and prepared  them," for the market. The ' hens  .were in-good laying trim" evidently  as the eggs ,-were." dropping'out  with clock7work7regularity. rThis  float was. given ."first; prize, a: 7,  Geo. Abbott's, ng followed'showing  the,-numerous articles -of Ttin-  ware, .etc.. The "display .was moat  ������������������attractive.- '<:;,-''-������:^L - ���������' *>" .   -*/.,���������';���������'  Mr. -and"Mrs.''Murphy,;the'"ops-  termongers,���������well; they--VduItP be  harct to.-'describe beyond 'beijagjthe  ' funnies't-'cbuple^'tharever.-'wallce.-l  the streets of'"Mission fcity.'Unfprt-  It is said that"the Teasoh the foot  ball team' did not get the cup was  because, there were mot enough of  Abbotsford young ladies there to  bousE-for. the boys. Co",uit!am had  had a whole carload , to cheer  theini along.  Tbe. real estate taien of the town  are wearing the (smile that won't  come off just now. ��������� There is a reason. Business is good, with a capital G.  Hector McKenzie lhas leased the  premises next to the drug store  from Mrs. Campbell for a - period  of live - years at a good rental..  Cow  Watch.  with white sweet peas and maiden:  hair fern with white satin ribbons  The  guests had the pleasure     or  viewing in - the dining room     Hie-  beautiful gifts that were showered,  on the couple.   The groom's gift to-  the   bride   was   an Alaskan  sable  stole with large pillow muff.    'To-  the   bridesmaid   die   gave   a   igold  watch and to the groomsman >a tie  \ ! 1.   The   bride   and (ferloam   left  ���������Ji������nng  the lato afternoon for     a  motor   trip   through   the     Sound  cities and Oregon, returning in a-  bout a   month.   The bride ������js travelling^ in a   dress bf blue panama  cloth' with pipings of Paddy green  satm and motoring coat of favWn  doth, the costume being completed  oy  a   smart  felt  hat of      Paddy  green trimmed with euede leather  in a   shade of tan.' When they returns they will reside in the Siada-  cona   Ap   artments.���������News-Advertiser.  parade. *C:Th'ey-  Then was-'BbwJe arid 'his ~..B  pipes accompanied by little" Miss  Shea who caVwedSa*cane" made of  bread and"representing" the' staff  oC life.-As best decorated lady she  iOok  first; prize.  E.i J. Bond was"represented .with  3iis electric 'BUpplies^'lamps. sha&ea  mtc. tastefully - arranged - for display.   '���������--      -'   - "-" .  Cox- and -Alw'm we're" there with  'decorated bicycle. Cox~ took, the  ���������prize.-' ������������������   '������������������ --;' v    -'7 '  M. DesBrisay & Co., was represented, by a float, ^displaying -the  different departments of the store  Mr. Cox the manager had the  v. ho'e affair under h:s own pergonal superviVoo, which means it  was throughly representative and*  .'first-class   in  every  respect.  Abbott's vegetable garden.Wjas  ���������shown to have the fertility to  .grow the best "of garden produce  and under'"the able management  uf ''Uncle Will" who was also decorated, should be the means of  supplying the vegetable wantB of  i.lie citizens of Mission- City <for  lie evidently understands his buei-  Jies*. As agricultural turnout he  (captured   the   first' prize.  The industrial float of Neil Fraser   demonstrated   the  blacksmith  business  from A to Z, except the  'the big bank account.   He ssecurod  a   special" prize.  The Belleyue Hotel was there  '.vilh a beautifully decorated rig  J. Kilby, who represented r John  JfJull was-the' driver, and'b3hind  Kim' seated on a throne was Mr\  ������3 amj'brinus, the German God of  rwine. Both were Apparently, on  the best of terms. Undoubtedly a  great deal of time and talent had  "teen expended on getting up "the  Boat and it .certainly was very  ���������excellent.      .  ' ;���������--������������������  (Continued on Page Fo-ir) .. u  TWO  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,  ABBOTSFORD. B. 0.  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  Published    every    Friday    by    tlie    Post  Publishing' Comps>"y.  A weekly Journal rlevotod to tho inter-  ' ests of ��������� Abbots fori) and suu-* 'mcllng di.-s-  trJcL.  Advertising Ratea made know, n duplication.  LEGAL ADVERTISING���������12 cents pur  line for flr.st bisection, and 8 ceniH a una  for all MtibserriHiiit consecutive insertions.  Our Shibboleth���������Neither for nor agin'  the   Oovernroent.  Hiiip.jimii.iiiiijnii.il    ,..u..i-   ..      .   Jt  ..... .i.L.J���������'J JJ  FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7. 1911  r-SEr*  Horsesfioer and General Blacksmith  . A good stock carried for repairs on all kinds of  vehicles. .   7. '  A first class carriage painter in connection/  J. K. MCMENEMY  Abbotsford, B. C.  B. J. GERNAEY  11, o  and  alter'  It  is not our intention  to ,take  any   particular iside (during     the  coming  election,  but we want  to  see the fruit growers satisfied that  a   change   in   the  tariff  does   not  mean a   ruination of their present-  markets, in the north-west or   n ft.  C.   Wet have the pleasure of reading both isides of the question fr< m  the  various exchanges that roach  the office and we must confess that  C|pvnions   are   sornio'tknes. at   v,ar-  iancev sometimes even from papers  that claim to be Liberal, and often  the old saying comes to,us "Better  trust a   Dutchman that .you know  than a   Dutchman that you don't  know." ,  The Woman's auxiliary met on  Thursday at the home of Mrs. C.  Sumner and a most enjoyable afternoon was spent. Refreshments,  were served and the proceeds will  be devoted to the aid of the church  MMSMBEgMWMI^II^^  Harness Saddlery Hardware  Trunks and Valises  ���������      ��������� ��������� ��������� '  RO'Box45 '*' Abbotsford, a C.  Apples, Blackberries, and Plums,  all kinds, in large and small  quantities. Windfalls and culls  taken.  HOTEL ARRIVALS  Abbotsford Hotel.  L.  Edwards   Vancouver      ^  H.   R. Norvle, Vancouver  .-   G. R. Thornton, Vancouver.  Harry Morrison, Vancouver.  John   Ball.   Victoria.  W. and Mrs. Carrol, Westminster  A. Nolan, Victoria.  .   G.  Raven, Westminster.  ,Gep.   Wray,   Vancouver.  B. Turner, Tancouver.  W.   Dawby,   Vancouver.  A. H. Dutton, Vancouver.  J. TapLin, Dennison. *  .  W. McDonald, Vancouver.  T. Wilkinson and fami y.  H. V.. Smith, Vancouver.  N. B. Armstrong, Vancouver.  B7 Wing. Vancouver.  E.   Berman,   Vancouver.  A. D. Low, Vancouver.  Mixes. DeWitt, Vancouver  W.  Benkrer,  Vancouver  H< J. Williams, New York  W. Spallin, Montreal.  P. Bremner, Vancouver.  T.   Chambers,  Vancouver.  W, J. O'Brien, Montreal.  H.  S.  Everty, Montreal.  .   Wiiliams, Chilliwack.  ...   X'ejuny, MUs.on City.  H.  itaciioid, Murphy's Landing  P.  Beeou,  uMrphy's Landing  L.   i.eeky,   Muiphy's Lanaing  D.  Dunuas, Murphy's Landing  Vv.  Powe.l, Murphy's Landing  H. J. Parry, Murphy's Landing  i  Commercial,  i  Stanley   Bergea,   Vancouvver  J. Maxyl, Vancouver.  B.   Baranoski,  Vancouver.  G.   Yurati,  Vancouver.  E. H. Rogers, Vancouver.  T. Sullivan, Chilliwack.  W. C. Barron, Vancouver.  Wm.   Plaxton,   Langley.  W. Bunyon, Vancouver.  L. R. Nooch, Langley.  ���������Wm.   Caldwell,   Langte|y\  J..   Pawtey,   Langleyt  D. Walker, Vancouver.  Geo.  H. Kerr, Hope.  Gus Erickson, Vancouver.  W7 R. Arrow, Vancouver. !7  B. H. Dancy, Vancouver.  S. A. Poole, Sumaa Prairie  H.   Griffiths,   Vancouver/  J. Coatham, Chilliwack.  II. Allington, City.  Mrs. A. McCaoker, Blaine.  W.   Krail,   Vancouver.  W.   Chancey,   Vancouver.  J.   C.   Sabin,   Vancouver  F.  Grantham, Vancouver.  F. 7J.   Gillespie, Vancouver.  ������T/ Anderson,   Vancouver.  M. C. Powell, Vancouver.  John Hall, Vancouver.  Mission City, B.  C.  Will be held on the  Inesday,  "HE WESTERN HOME MONTHLY  AND  The: AlbEotsf ������rd Post  BOTH   FOR ONE YEAR  FOR-$1.00  REMARKABLE, ISN'T IT? If you want to obtain the very  best monthly and weekly literature at the lowest possible  price, take advantage of this offer quick. No need to  spend money subscribing for other papers if you take this   -club, as you will have enough '       READING MATTER TO  LAST YOU ALL WINTER  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  night to do business.  We solicit your patronge.  h. & d. Mckenzie,  PROPS.  vertise in  POST  t  f  f  T  T  T  i  X  I  T  T  C.A.SUMNER&CO.I  P. 0. Box 58 Phone Central 4  Telegram-Sumner, Abbotsford, B. C. ������������������ -      ���������*���������  10 Acre  2  1 mile from Abbotsford;  Small house, barn and.  good chicken houses. 5  acres cleared. Price $1,750  at once regarding this property. $600 will handle.  t  ���������  ^yi^t^><^i^^^>^l^^^^^^^  ^s  INSURANCE LOANS |[  Abbotsford Homesite  *v  If you are looking for a home  or snappy investments  in town lots, acreage or farmf  property ;  ;��������� ;    See     ':���������.'.-:  The Pioneer Eeal Estate Broker of Abbotsferd  ��������� III  >1  im  \l  ������  ��������� >&&}  ���������mi  ' Wo.  cnR1-'  M  i'WB  -*i*m.m,   ���������i,,i\lmmUIUi^eHS  W  W -���������su     v*- / '  c'l& i '  ii$m&  :������';'���������  vC;..'i-  ���������>&z<n  %i  \{'i  . .1  ������������������#  ',1  1;  z' Yt *  te  w  M  v  scuts:  fcltB ABBOTSFORD iOST,.       ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  mSE2&&^������ffiB&  are Agents  Phoenix Assurance Co. of London, England  Liverpool, London & Globe, of Liverpool, Eng.  British American Assurance Co,rof Toronto.  SEE SUMNER  For your Insurance. " Fire time is coming along.  J  ~~=s=rc������J  CHURCH  &E-RVICE8  Presbyterian    Church���������     Rey   j ?  Campbell, B. A., B. D. pastor.-  ,   Abbotsford,- 11 a.m. and 7j30 p.m.  \   At Musselwaite School Souse-  Service  every alternate Sunday  at' 3 p.m.- .  Sunday school every Sunday at  2 p.m.  At Huntingdon School House-  Service ���������ia$.������gvery alternate Sunday  'at 3 p.m.  S.  S. -every- Sundayat 2;30 p.m.  tipper Sumas, May 29, and every  alternate Sundajr at 3 p.m.  C. E., Wednesday aA 8 p.m.  -   Kunday School at 3 ji. iu  LJLi.iUltJ_.iJij;  PLEASE NOTICE  I beg to intimate to my. numerous ,Patrons and  Friends that I have taken into partnership Mr  J  dark late of the Abbotsford Lumber Go; and  the  business will now be carried on as -     '"''���������  HOGG & CLARK  HORSESHOEING &   BLACKSMITHING  We hope by strict attention to business to obtain a share of your patronage  .    THE POET'S REVIEW  Sunday "School every Sunday at   0h! Were y������u UP on Labor Day  n     .   .    ,        ���������, . To  see   thegreat procession?  Presbyterian    Church���������Rev.   T    q  Alder.  IMMIHflBWttMBIMBWB  HOTEL  . J Mcelroy & Co.  LIQUORS,   WINES  AND   CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  Gor. EsseMene Ave. and Osear St.,  GITY  Qlenmore, 11 a.m.  j- . .JjUimi.ii,  2;30  p.m.  Pine Grove, 8 p.m.  ST.   MATTHEWS   (Anglican)  Rev. A. E. Bruce, Vicar.  Services 11:00a.m. and 7:30 p.ih.  Holy   Communion,   1st   and  3rd  Sundays each month.  Catechising and, S. S. at 2:30 p.m  Choir practice, Wednesday at 8  ABBOTSFORS   POSTOFFJCE  thegreat procession?,  For  never such a   grand display  Was. seen before in Mission.    ���������  First there was Michie on bis steed  That  pranced with pride ������o ��������� ,take  the lead.  And many a   toss it's head' it gie'd  So pr.juJ of its position.  Office hourVti:oiu S a. m. to 7 p. m.  '  Mall fop Peardonville every Tuesday  and Saturday, 1 p. m.  band.  Then  onward caine the     Mission  To serenade the city,  With   trumpet   can ;and  m,ajrches  grand  And many-a   lively /ditty  And as  they marched and loudly  .���������blew ���������'  The people flocked'to get a'view  For this was really something new  And a   credit to >uij ciiy.  Matsqui   Hotel  MISSION CITY. B.C.  This hotel makes a  specialty of  home-like comforts for Commercial  Travellers.     Comfortable   sitting-  room and   best of hotel service  Cuisine Unexcelled.  Rates: $1.50 to $2 per day  CHAS. E. DeWITT, Proprietor  ' tank   - .���������'<' '"      i   .   " '���������  Then on ���������came Marshall James Mc  Graw  With   hat  might-fit a   pumpkin  Who led in 'style the juveniles  'I   ,J-Jl-'U-1-J.MH'.     ���������]<���������!<  n  -' ������������������*��������� 'yl*  ������������������ ' ���������'  7'  BUSINESS   DIRECTORY   OF  ABBOTSFORD.  And  host of Calathumpians  ...    And as they passed in various form  Then next behind them in the rank   Sometimes in rank, and sometimes  Upon  the .car that bore.'em, '   iij swarm-  Tne Feed Store men of Windebank   A Chinee.-stood in. dread alarm'  *���������   rr~  x   l.  ABBOTSFORD, B. C  Strictly first-class in every respect.   The bar is  stocked with the best of wines, liquor-and cigars,  w  RATES.  $1.50 TO7#2.00  PER  DAY  I H. FREEMAN  ttM������4Ai!Hift������������.^4..ai'vi:.!:!1.. ������������������������������������.' ytfs  PROPRIETOR  SSSESESS ~ "  ������  Eye'gftt $p������c*list  Manufacturing Optician  Does the Finest Optical  Work.  Medical men and others  pay tri*  but������ tb his skill.  793 Granvill'4 St. ..yancou.c-r  WANTED TO PURCHASE  Forty, acres improved farm in  the-Fraser Valley, with or without  house and buildings, convenient to  station or landing. Apply to J.  H. Smith, Straiton, B. C. for  full  particulars,   first  letter.  CANADA'S  Greatest Nurseries  General Stores ~  A-uthier Brcfa.  S. Urooke.  Hotels���������  Abbotsford Hotel. H. Freenjaa, Prop.  . Commercial,''McElroy,- & Co.  Real- E8tate-~������ Y/  7" J.\W. .McGaVlmn. ..���������,.. 7;  .    C. A7Sumner & Co.  Bernau   &   Husband,  J.   J.   McPhee,  Auctioneers���������  J.  W. McCallum  FEED STORE���������  J... J.   Sparrow.  Creamery���������   . '      '���������>  S.   J. Bates]-Proprietor.  Hardware and Furniture���������  H.  Aianson.-  Butchers���������  A. M.* King.  ��������� Livery Stable���������  J.  E. Geary, Proprietor.  Baker and Confectioner��������� ,  L. Legaee.-   ������������������   -  R-ESTAURAlfT-  ; Conrad Andersen.  Shoemakers��������� .���������>!���������    V  ' . <. M. Haus'er.  Board of Trade���������, .'.    -- '.    ���������  J. W. McCallum, Secretary.-  Blacksmith���������^"  J.  McMenemy.  Barber and Pool Room��������� "  Jos. Sanderson.  61. Isenor.  Tobacco and Novelties���������  J. V. Means.  .  Doctor���������  % A. Swift.  SADDLERY   and  KaRDWARE-  B. J. Gernaey.    .  MERCHANT   TAILOR.  T. C. Coo^an.  SURVEYORS  Henderson   and  Taylor.  ABBOTSFORD DRUG STORE.  MUSIC TEACHER-  Miss Alice Steed  W ith hens and cockilorums  And who it was I   can't suppose'  But  some young man with a fine  nose  As good as any .in the shows^  Ani Ins sweet doxyorum.  And. as they strolled around     the  town ,>���������  Wi' funnm' and wi' daffin'   '  He cut his capers like a   cl,o(wn  Ant sec themi alia Laughin'-  Until   his   .sweetheart  .with ' a yell  1 npped o/er a   stone and     down  she fell  Then he just took a laugW spell  And started with]m,ore chaffin'  Then next George Abbott's car ao  - -trig ,  To/siiow his different wares  And William Abbott .with his rig  A comical affair,  For  dress'd in .all his     -different  green  A   eomicaj sight he sure was seen  And many a  laugh was caused I  ween  To   watch   his   capers   there.;     " *.  Then came the car of DesBrisay  The  VVhiceiy here of Mission  To show their wares,all trimmed so  Foi" fear they'd 'smash his dumplin  But  through  he bore a ���������   mighty  staff)     '        "./' '^' .  McGraw's  a. -m'an7of peace  Who's  object was to please  But  with  that hat.andgiant form'  He easily might cause alarm'  His massive hand and'strong right  arm   :..'���������,..'���������  Give weakness to the knees.  Oli i'Could I half describe/the fun  There was. in .that-procession  And. all.the things werje isaid ;anH.  done   - .      '     '   ������������������'���������'    '��������� "S-"  That day in merry Mission  For put aside, all joke and Jest ���������  Old   Mission  /surely did her  best  ���������And showed she's hot behind    the  7 rest "   '!   ���������'. .  And that ishe means progression   '  Mr.s. McCasher of Blaine, Wash,  and mother of Mrs. B. McElroy of  Abbotsford is in the,city,' the guest  of her daughter ' and son-in-lafw  Mr. and Mrs.. B. McElroy of the  Commercial  Hotel.   '  FRASER   VALLEY   FRUIT CROP  .Mr, J. A. Coatham, fruit tree inspector, .working under". the Dominion   Government  is. in     Mission  In nrmo o���������q *��������� ���������           ^^ '  "   City this week and will remain    a  Jn pr.me and trim condition   . few dava                         '  And Mr. Cox with genial smile V                    .           . .      ���������  AtM������T,H:n������-            "&e^������nide In conversation with Mr. Coath-  ! on TeX I he7&U thf WMe' am he formed" a representative  Up tnVo^h^T?"1^-!?113*^ ������f thiS PkPer"that throughout the  W through the streets of,Mission,   Fraser- Valley   this, year  the. ap-  pie, pear and plum crop  was not. up to the average' in  quantity, but im the quality of the  fruit was above the average,'and  he thought that when theTseason  was over and the grower had his  crop harvested with the money in'  Then next the Smith's wi' roarin'  forge,  And   anvil loudly clangin'.  And big 'Neil Fraser full in charge  And Geordie's hammer bangin'  And   Bowie's   pipes askirlin' loud  As on he marched wi' step so proud   his  pocket he. would find that vhe  A   lassie wi' him througkthe crow'd  Wi' loaves  o' bread a   gangin'  LAV  A.  Everett.  Hammond "& Son.   7  CARRIAGE   PAINTER-  Geo. iZeigler..  5 ������������������ ���������  The phyatolan has a ���������igrn ������nW������  domr. That Is on wtfvortleainent to  the pBseer������by. Cemporatlvely ft������w  people eee M������e eJgn hewevor.  Why not carry yeur ftJffn Int* all  the best homes In town ? V������u  oan do bo by a OlaselHod Want Atii.  and without Ices of professional  dignity *eo.  ...  ���������   ' -V.,. "\ '   ��������� - \  Want   a   t-epresenltative      for  MISSION CITY,  B. C. conntractor & bdili-.-r-  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 busineas  yearly since 1837, the date of our  establishment.  ������ur firm's name lends prestige  to our representatives.  Complete line of Nursery SStock  for SSprhig 1911.  Write  for  full particulars.  STONE & WELLINGTON  The Fonthiil Nurseries.  TORONTO.  Q  A   splendid team of four in hand  Next  drew the Gov'ment grader,  And all their men;- ahappy.bani  And next came in the scaper  Oh ! Yes my boys. These," these are.  '." 'they.  7.  Who rip ihe stumps and clear the  . way., ��������� ���������:������������������;/ .���������  Through scones and sand and stubborn clay " . , ;  Thati better roads be made here.  Home Ave.   .-Mission City.  TNow   here's   a car   bedeckied  with  fiowers  Diiven  by the mighty Kirby'"���������'���������.,.  Vvho's hat and dress, might maW' factory.  you guess  He was steering for the Derby       r    That   is  was much better off than anticipat  ed at the present time. The ^quality  of the apples, pears and, plums.^are  ���������such as to warrant. the . present  satisfactory prices; and in view of  the, fact that there was a scarcity  of large fruit throughout the province this year the prices would  not. be any smaller.  The estimated average, of the apple crop might be placed ��������� at ��������� a-  bout 50 per cent; the pears and  the plums at about 40 per cent  although Mr. Coatham aaid it was  hard to give a true estimate as  while! some, orchards did not ehow  up well there were other orchards  that   showed   up  extremely .satis-  ;.j ���������..:.! i.  OutuglOi  EMPLOYMENT OFFfCE X ^^^ Z^7tb^ ^J^^^Z^^  We buy Eggs, Chickens and ������" " '^ ������^^ ^ ^���������'-jSiSW Z^ ltt������l  T>;~~ ,*C SHM fl������ye^^ had a   wonderou*    fee the Board ot !Tr*ae envelop*  piSs-. FOUR  rtHB,ABB6T8FORD,E0ST,    , ABBOTSFORD, B. 6.  =SE  SOCIAL AND PERSONAL "  Mr. Thomas Adair from Vancouver  spent Wednesday ih Abbots-  {vfoid.  (Continued From Page One.)  Geo, Abbott on a charger, represented', the' cartridge company  for which he sells goofy and form  ed*a vert' attractive part of the  float. .  The   Public   Works   (de,pay|tm'ent  *'   "��������� ' ���������'������������������ ' of  I he" province was f. here  in full  Mr. M. L. McPhee was in. Vanoou-,   r7rce with road: grader and ecra-  ^ver thib week on business. . per,   under   the   guidance   of 'the  <-o '~ "7      *n->;\ S. Yo'emans  Miss, Digby-from Vancouver; was      Among the number of rigs that  thcguesi ot Mr., and1 Mrs^McOow- : followed   were' the  rigs:of  J.  A.  i-4hi.wo.ir "   ��������� .Tupp'er, ,J. B. Cade. A. Rouleau. H  aBffff.-'iiaiaia  mm?  Mr. A. Cruickshank from Chilli  v.'wack,-was in town thin'-week:  an this week.  NOTICE  T. J. DeLair hais been .appointe 1  my- agent during my absence, en-  , tAiing  him  to collect' and pajy all  uilla. for me.  f W.'LYLE. .  Henderson  (Associate . Members Can. .'Soc^ C. E.)  ;,:Civir 'Enginieers-  -*.,.. ., ,hul II ���������Jlt..-j ^.^'T^ISSZL-JJi^  ���������iW  rf  ���������Miss Esaie Gfl^bflftreed (pf Vancouver, spent a few daya with'her  parents  th.s" Wfeek.   and  The, Ladies,- Aid toet.at.-the'home, par^ oK'theViuade^and; had a  of .Mm. .John. McMenemy.on; W������d-: fine. ibi of ..'credit coming-to them  ne-tday   afternoon.. There ..was   a;   "Tne '8pQrt8'^n^heJgrounds jn the  good attendance.. ' afternoon were:>njp.yedby- all. The  o��������� fast wasf,.the. junior lacrosse .bet-  Mr. and Mr*..Tom A^ereon from wten Coquitlam and >ML3,sion'City  Vancouver.spent a few days with Junior*.. .The t score-; was.-.14.: to 4  Mr..and Mr*.fEby.    ��������� ,-"���������.>���������---    - .. -  . . ~������  Winde.bank,  A. . Catherwood  ."jinny '.'others.  ���������-������������������The-Calathumpian3'were beyond  description^, and.that lis not saying   Ofnec, next P. O. P. O. Box 11-  but that.,the.y formed,an important  R. A, HENDERSON  B. C. LAND .SURVEYOR  e you.'-jDuiiamg;  YOU WILL REQUIRE  Hardware      Futnityre .  Sashes and 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.  Mm.. (Dr.) ,Swift returned home  Tuesday from a ���������visit* tb: frien-ia  at tho icoast.      '*   - -7  - -OOO���������i  ������  Mr. .J. Sullivan the - public school'  inspector paid A b botsford Va..-visit  on,. .Tutad*y, -  DISSOLUTION  OF  PARTNERSHIP  NOTICE.  ,v  F.  Leroy  Getchell and  W:  S. N.  in  favor of ...the,, home. ,team.   The, Johnston,  of ;Northb������*ook   Shingle  lineup   was   as  follows; Company, .have'dissolved partner-  Miauion City���������P. Cox, G. Catch- ship. W.; S.. N.. Johnston under ���������  poie, R. Adams.. J. Kreamer. B7 takes all liabilities .from.April;'24th  Catchpole,  'c.   S.toke-s!, .A.:.;Henry. WiS^N. JOHNSTON.  A.   Paul,  A.  BltfcK. J.. Plenzer. L.    '���������' diiiio" ahd''T," Northco te!  OUR  SPECIAL  This week English Melton Mobray  PORK PIES  Abbotsford,  Bakery ALBERT  LEE, prop.  Mr. J. -VV. McCallum spent. Wed  nesday  in  Westminster^:   '  Yuung.  Boot race���������R. Cox; H. Routhier.  There  were two tug-pf-war c'ou  Th'crev, were- ; wo- tug-of-war contests;  first   between Matsqui  and  a  -vist      Coquitlam���������D. .Millard, A.;Mil'ari   won 1   pull; Girls won 1,'puli  "'     7. A. Mouldey, H.Gree^ C. Rowland      Small bovs race���������A. Rouleau; E.  l;u l:^l--'H:>R^ley;"lX''Blue.'a.*THompson  .���������i.. h.re������imer and B..Black.  Mrs.;-and rMas* .?feath .from, Mia������'"    CV ~P;' Giii&tvrefefeed",the , game  ���������ion spe.ntiW!edjBefldax.:with.fri������nd8   an'd~ho kick app^ei to be coxn-  in Abb'otsfo;p4.> V7~. 7      .-   ':ing  against- his (decisions.  ��������� The playing for the Pakenham': Mission and the between Mat3qui  ���������Cvtp-between''C^'ttlkm and jit.'Jand Coquitlam..- Matsqui won both  Leiiman''-was^^ 'r]ie   following   are        the   . -: : ' :s. -���������*- " teikm* were? in- fine fettle "and* an   teams;  Mc.,and..Mrs.JWilbr,and o^Van-7the   spectators. :iMt;:7I;ehh5an.?.had,    Mission  City-W.  Olson, M. Mc-  couver spent Saturday in Abbots   the->:fi*st,;<score ;to their 'credit in. Lean; P. McLean; W, Mouldey, N.  ford.;with frienikb^ 7\   -.; :\h^iBtBt^hAXt^tilt'^^fi^U\^:'^aseTi  I. Mclnnes; -H. Sweeney;   .  parent  that  Coquitlam would win . W*.  Court;  H. Simpson; C. Ports-  Mr,   and;Mra.;;J..i.McCallutn Tia^-Vowing to th.e-fact that"theflayer's."Portsmouth  ited   CLiUiiW������������k ..iMt-r/wweey; ���������           "were   betterr-^tfaiiiie'd. rAWhen "the " Matsqui-Q.   Egeland;   O.-^Soren  :          .i-v/rMRsO'���������ss-i:-.--"                   game was over the score stood 2   sen; J. E. Hanson; J McMullenjC.  Mr.   GUSespie;;.ofv:aaieftpw ..Ltdif'o ..r/.mi^v*K<ili:tte:<!bq,tiitlWM.'--tRiley;  R.   Thomas;. C...Worthing-  V^npouver,and^Ms. jJ^ck Anderson :.E> Buaft refereed the game. The'line   ton; E. Carhlan; D. O. Meale; O.  were  in Abbotsford on Thursday   Up was as-follows;.     . - Wright.  andmade^^ipJ^M������^qiiL*r^'^coql^ttam-.Ooil,^..*hiU^B; B.   ' Coquitlam-M. Marshall; 0   Mil  ne in the afternoon. B. Mixlard,an4,M.iMarshall; hif. O.   iard; G. Ingle; J. Tait;D. Rowland  ���������-"'^\-~~?'''~,      ,iu ���������������oy^,J;W.;,Wilaon..iC.;v.Martin;   f.   j.  Marshall;  E. 'RedgeI"w. Mar-  Mr, M^ny,forderly.of.the, C. y.   Wa^n,j0, r;;,J.,Perkins, i,-,.,- Marshall;  J. Mouldrey; H. Greer.  P. ^MiaajoaiJunction^h^fl.adcep.t Ai. Black, c; J. Stewart.^J.r   A.      ���������    ,    in���������    7.   :     ! : '���������  ed -������. position with/the B. C.^/ ������.  Chamb?M,,o, ,1. . :'��������� M^n s . 10������-yd   dash-A...Hawey;..  us  SLanon .agent-There.;.~Mra.. A"en-*   "' Mt :iI������.hmuTi   nrt������i t ��������������� J���������-,,. ���������    '-������������������' ^ia*"ton������  nv will arrive to'thV-course of   a ������ 1*h*'������-Gfal'J- A.TMcGow-      Ladies   100-yd   dash-Miss  Coxj  f w^       ^     '   ^ ���������-n; Ba������k L' Li������yd' J' C-������Shlan; half M.ss Edwards.    ��������� ' -?T6, : _I_o;       ' bach R\ &'l,&e&t0?&*&8h.   . R.   - The, baseball match between Ag-  After the B. a tram left Abbots if^^*���������^?0���������"*''7*- a8siz and Mi8sion City .was very  ford on,Xhurflday', evening.- eifi ^ ���������-^'^ -J ^^ ������"L interefltin^ The 'flcore Wa8 ������ *o  .were Wirce^.'in thaVcity.   Why?   t     t^^ ./;;.r.,,H.���������;;Kyder. i. ui. 7   in fayor of the home team.   The  Aak.ithftman.^theVam.. ,     , P' C" .   Allowing, were  the players;   -  Agassiz���������Merchant;   Ogilvie;   T  w*  '���������U;t'-  'i.^^^w  \V'hi.ej,..the, footbalKwas going- On  ;Geo, -Zeigler ;  Carriage, Hduse  and Sign Fainter  H. and O.,J."MqKenzietook about ^  number  ot ^orse  races, ,.took Millard;. Hardy;   Ryder;   A.  Milr  100 mVnnnfocra^^anS'3Snth^ l������rdj   A'^I>onald;   Whelpton;   Wil-  OreIt|W^pn*itowa^bB\^w ������ ^..F'W      - ���������������>   r   ..  _.            ....     .   ,                  -Pony Race-HfMnes, 1st; Hartley Mission  City-S.. Wells;, L. Wai-  Call and g������t DHCSS.  and. ton;   Hougen;  Crooks;, L.  Wells;  day;' The section"to'.tjbe Kilgaucde  Brick Works has to be completed  within..three <months,Jbence .: the  rush'.'   Don't forget' thV Abbotaford Fair  which takes place on September, ,27  Everyone': connecieof'^ifh:'this Xalr  is  working  hard and it  bid's fair  to be-:a"'-auc������rf ,Th^Jtarm'e'rs^ho   0 **s ..-W 5P������?n ������  ma^'the^ iir ;areiinter^t5d: ' V    ***������>������'��������� i ?^ 2nd.  Painting Sign Wrftin  ������  General r.tjsair wdrk  J^EPXRtdN  Abbotsford       --        6.  Good Storage :R@em-for  -Furniture.  xai  JL.uggy  Race���������P.  Fabry  won af- Bri5bane;  Johnston; Gustason; ;H.  .le'r exciiirig.!times.                  Thtre -Howell^������                  .    - ,-.c    ....   -  woo a   Kar ������.* ������>iRnn ~~ +u��������� ^n   ihe   wth inning  the  Mission  . was a   Dec-o.-$K>.{>0 on thus race. r, <     *.              j         f .-, .  .:         ���������         .:���������...;  , .��������� ��������� .~- City team made a   triplet run,  Thfr <childrens "sports formed,.an w.  Weir refereed the.game, io the  n.ex-usi.ng  part  of  ihe afternoon satisfaction of all.  ihe   winners- are;  All work guaranteed  Abbotsford        . -       B. C.   o������������������  WATCH.ABBOTSFORD GROW :.  1'orgive us if we missed any of  Egg   and 'spopn   race,   boys���������W   the names.  ABBOTSFORD  mmmimmm  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  .Eggs andjspooh race,,g?rIs���������Delia  A'-bbott/'-lsV; L'iiliV Ches'ter 2nd' "  An enjoyable picnic was held at  addocc, ist; mne Chester 2nd. l������|flif heir   Ph^IffiKfftt ���������  Milrferron Thursday afternoon;-It   Three-legged-Paul   and   Alex (In-     .#41101061   M3II6f]������t.  was^the occasion Vf a   Conserva-   Qitin&J M������ Alexander and Siddall **  BM Gram Store   t'osiractor andBHite  To   The   Trustees of the Pakenham Cup;  Dear   Sirs,  On behalf of the Mission City  Football Club I hereby ^haKenge  the present holders of the Pakenham cup for a match on Exhibition Day at Mission City.  G CATCHPOLE,  Mission   City   Football. Club  Dated   September   6th;   1911  ��������� ���������*mS*' ^ N, -w- ->*\SS  was1 the  occasion "dif ^a ,Conserva  tive rally and wai attended     by  nearly-everyone," "in     A>bot*forb\  The. Abbotsford-Lumber company, ha-ye'-a -Contract ''xbr lfaul- Abbott,.-1st^ Helen Birfes. 2nd  ing 300,000 feet of lumber" for the  Kilgarde--' Clay' com^'airy,; Thiij'' is  only ���������'part -of the cont'racti' which  it is understood will be for,one million ah'd"i'a" half f est  Mr.   J,   J.  Sparrowr unloaded ..a  car of flour and feei',thik .week . '  Membership   fees "fbr" the Agri-   ladies���������Mrs.  Bert Griffin;;  cultural. Asaotfiit^n^afe-com^       Colborhe.  beyond the toorit'������anguinO^^-'     'Boys  race���������Ernest Roleau; Haf-  tations.   Theref arev nibw'ove^? o%a   old'Elling^ --; ;  huhur'ed^m'e'i&berflAv^St- ^t^^go^'-^Small boys race���������A. Rouleau; E.  work^'cohtiriue'7"���������"-'���������-7'"''L".'."'''.���������7'7:.~ .Young.'-'������������������v  ��������� :-i^^o~- -jdibsstacle   raee-V.   Appleby;  7.      Mr. A. Scott thep oil tax collec-  Meredith;J; Li*y4"/^afl-m.-tp^ ,, .      tor from-Chilliwack :was oh hand  from t^aottther^iUte^ this 'ii%K'    'Giris  race-A. McLaughlin.        '   at the picnic which was held at MU  looking over some! -property wifc:       Boys   under'12���������G.'Rouleau;  C.   ner on : Wednesday.   He arrivied in  a   view to investment.   Let'em ill  Etlmg/ 7" time to hit up Honest John. Hon. J.  come.   They  won"t do better any      Boot race���������R. Cox, H. Routhier  Bowser,  the  AttorneyrGeneral. J.  where.-, ,. '       Girls   under   12���������T. Stoke������; .2.,   D.  Taylor  and others.       Honest  .   .  .    r7;t-Q������������������**���������.- 7 Jones.' ' John turned back the lapel of his  _ Ab%Mfojdf,f8vpA ^he-map.     Or>      Boys   scramble-W.   Beaton;  -.coat  and   displayed the requisite  der yo1^M^^;^velopM ^ich^h0,Heightoii- receipt! amid the cheerB of the, as-  'toaA'������9,^.'.;5!ee-S.iimi|*i,, Hug of-war, boys and girls-Boys    sem bled crowd.  2nd.  ,\V he/2 farrow���������Francis   and   Fe-<.  die, 1st-;: Penzer-> 2nd.7  Girls race^lO arid-41 ���������year's^-Delia  budttj.-lst^ Helen Bastes. 2nd  Sackeacet boys���������C. Goodchild. 1st  H.  M.yiard>.2nd.  Giris'  Sa.k  rues���������Pauline  Jones  C.' Lehman. '"'  Sack, .eace, (Indians)���������John Pehi'er  Paul.  Egg and spoon race, ladies���������Alice  Co,x;   Lela  Abbott. " \' i,ave   been instructed  by Mr.  Egg��������� .:*nd is'podn- race,     married   J. E. Geary to collect,aJJ debes due  ���������"    ^  " " Mrs.   and  unpaid  to him in connection  wiih  his late lousiness interests in  the  Abbotsford  Livery ,/stiable.  C. SUMNER.  Don'.t forget  WHEAT  $2.00  A sack  We buy Poultry  J. J. SPARROW, PROP.  Jobbing Brickwork  Chimneys 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  ELECTRIC  The applianee can be connected with the lighting,  equipment of the kitchen and save the housewife the  drudgery connected with ironing day.  CONVENIENCE COMFORT  .������


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