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 tf  *-   : \}  ^3fc  VICTORIA  Provincial Library  ������������gm;iira*llBll������'m������mgmTOCTnryiOT.������i������c^^  twi^TO>iiri������fr.^������rerTriiii������meT*������������.rxt.������������^^rrnT. n-^-n-j  With wmch is incorporated "The Huntingdon Star"  Vol. XXII., No. 16  ABBOTSFORD. B, C.   FBJDAY, SfiH'J MBEK   8, 1921.  $1.00 per Year  THEpjONE  "���������" < r.aaaix.-atergn3gxKg3gi3jgj:  D w:  b tf" "|  :] Thousands 'Attend  j    Dedication ai Elaine  12 or. -o/ EMPRESS RAKING POWDER  WITH LAGH   |-MJKC,I!ASE-0i������  1 //7 o/ EMPRESS COFFEE or  lib. <>JEMPRESS TEA  f ������<n':in1.io!)ii] SVacp  demonstrate;    io  I '<>������'(.������I   (o '|'Oi'(M'������|'  the Wd'-Id,     (Jic  detenninaOoa ol' two great nations  Dial, v.-.'n- in list- roayo���������Flag raising scene was' inspiring.  PERSONALS  -"-^-���������  P.I.AINI. WASH, Sopl. C���������Dcilifia-  fioa of Hie peace ;por(al here, (lie  arch symbolic of a peace boundary  between  the United  States an.!  Can-  d  j ; uttuveen uic un.ited States an.! Can-  j ada three thousand utiles long and  j j 10 7 years old, loolc place a( 2 o'clock  j j this afternoon.    This morning crowds  Mrs. ft ess of Vancouver was tlie  guest of Mrs. Baker over the weekend. ��������� ������������������ -  Mrs'.^ It. C. Cummings of Murrayville visited her sister Airs. McLcod  last week.    .  Mrs. A. Conway and family returned homo on Saturday night af-  lor spending a fortnight in the city:  Mr. and Airs. .H.     Possett of Ham-  and  HAPPILY WEDDED  m  I  M f^wm  IZS.1  m  PKJtlv���������WATKR8  mond were    the    guests of Mr  R.De  smazes  Tel"  16  iVIrs.-T. McMillan on Labor Day.  Mrs. Pegg and children of Vancouver visitod Mrs.    Ceo.    Wright    last  j 'estimated at tonjhou^inu, hail"pour"iWfi^"    ,r  od into this little border town to wit-j     M,ss Mny 0t>n>P''ojI of New West  noss the ceremony  '$  safet'-fe-  'oviuialls do.vt  high' g10t a jo5j  ;-.Z#&  %v������wK*'i' ��������� ���������   ���������  *���������%&.:::  J. IT. McNeice ��������� who recently rein rjied from a visit to the oil fields  ������������������! the southern.states told a Record  reporter on ?/ionday that when he  came through the prairies on iris wav  home there ..was,apparently nienfy o"f -,ha(.s  help for (he harvest. Mr. *MciV'"- ,;'Pn!t  "a m������  Motorists choked Lhe road: people  swarmed from every train and many  of the visitors from British Columbia, including'the party of official  delegates arriving in :��������� fleet of steamers and yachts. Those arriving last  night wore greeted miles away bv  the- cmblazonc'd portal, flashing aii  electrical message of international  goodwill.  Blaine had assumed a carnival air.  All the accessories of a country fair  were instiled on the principal streets'  and the okizens took to costumes,  hats and callos"inafl'^for the occasion.  Peace streamers"-'Matured the dav's  her    au,nt    Mrs. Mc-  minster visited  Innes recent l.y  Mrs.     Alex       Thompson       visited  friends in   Murrayville this week.  Miss Vera Hunt has'' returned to  Vancouver to gffend Normal.  Miss P.'sio "foPhoe has ernno to  Murrayville to attend High School.  Mrs. M. M. Shore has returned  from a  holiday a I, Spencos  B'-id'-ro.  Mrs. Whitchelo and Phyllis -"have  returned from a holiday spent at Edmonton.  ���������"'���������a U\ Poher I son left, on Wednesday to visit |1Cr son in Toronto  A very Quiet wedding took place at  Christ Church, Vancouver, on Thursday, September 1st, when Miss Grace  Waters of Vancouver was married to  Mr.. Thomas E. Perk of Abbotsford.  Mr. .1. A. McGowan and Mr. S. Trethewey attended the wedding.  KiYJOYAKLK   ILVIOY- SUNDAY-  SCHOOL  PICNIC  The Union Sunday School picnic of  the Anglican Church and Presbyterian Church held near Bel rose on  Labor Day was a splendid success.  Over one hundred children were present, and also many adults. A large  number enjoyed bathing in the lake  in  the afternoon.  The VV. A. to tho O. W. V. A. will  resume their monthly meetings next  Monday, Sept. 12th. The first of  these meetings \yill be held at the  home of Mrs. Ackland at-   2:30 p. m.'  _ ov. W. Robertson will    exchange |lt is hoped    there will be a'good'at-  pji.nils -villi    Rev. T.   Oswald,    who itendance as several matters of impor-  -i- me   larvest.     Mr.    McNV'-.o   ' ' ,- "eamers ',e{ltu,,C(' ^ day's   wiU conduct the    mornin- and oven-   ta.ee must   Ik -t iae ,������prf  home via  Nc^ York. Montr^.l.   ^orations on   streets and  building, Ug services on Sundav   Sept    3 T    n discussed  1 /i      W/inm.-.-.  i   .    1-. n Morn    nii/-l    J.i    r.,,,.,.^ i;         .   ��������� i ,,        ^^ ... ���������   '   ������������������J^L"..    *  '        "'I ," JV.    J\  Toronto,   Winnipeg    and' Kdinonton'ljT"Jcro fmd  in siir.roii?^ding    A morion-  and  had  a most enjoyable trip,     t  i:nhl  that  there are    many   returne<  ncn waiting I'or jobs   Lon the    farms  ., f' and Canadian towns has been declared an official holiday., The local celebration,  an Glahorafinn of tlie dodi-  ws^^V]���������������*���������'���������*<���������������������������?��������� !^..'  ���������^':.:':--;  :n Alberta and Raskathcewan and he- ' ���������lkm- hf-"-'"111 ypslorday and  will las  ing services on Sunday, Sept. 3 I  'ho Pro<:l>yforian Church. KeV. Os  wald will also conduct the service in  '-f. Paul's Church, Huntingdon, on  Sunday afternoon.  'olt  that   it   was  to bo regretted  that,  the  coast  had sent* men  down  (hero- I  throe days longer.  ACKLAND  (SecrtreasJ  F.  I J.   STACMY,   M.  P.  of Chilliwack  \vlio  will  abide  by tlie  rtocision of the.'---Conservative coiiven-  tion as to his rcnoiiiiiiation.  Three if Not Four  To Contest Local  Seat  for a i'ew weeks work. These men  will go broke in a short time"and will  have a hard time getting back home  again.  "Iln's id-a rf puling on the overalls don't help a man to    get a job."  said   Mr.   McNeice.      Kvery   employment, office can    show its quota    of  "vr-rall  out  of works and a man has  :v������t as erood a "chance of    getting > a  job when he wears his    Sun da v suit  as he has in ..overalls.    Mr.    McNeice.  who served overseas in the war, stated that he had no idea of entering the  I'ederal arena but he was a    gr^at be-  liovov in  a tariff    along flic'line   of  the Fordnev Hill.  The ceremony of flag raising ai the  benu'tiful and  DIVISION A.���������Moi-sos  Driving  Class " ist  M   Stallion      ...._   S5.00  arch was a nenutiiul and inspiring  one. Miss Britannia (Miss Wrig-  glesworfh. of New Westminster)  presented the Union .lack which was  bronp-ht over from Victoria, to Messrs'. Prank Terris, John B. Ycon and  R. J. Mathas, Ihe    Tacoma men. who       .    ,  had received the banner'on a similiar!,   '" h1a!',nos,sr to bu^-v ���������  r>  occasion in 191-!. and the latter pul-I   ������  S??,cl\e Horse    funder  led it to the top of tho flag staff. TlieJ     saddlo)      3.00  jAmerican flag was presented to P. R.  ]McD.   RusppIL   'Samuel     Gintzbur^er  and H. W. White, of (his city, bv Miss  ID1>TTI0\TAL Vlii'/A'fi  POf!  TDK  AltBOTflKORI)  RAIrt  A meeting of the. Loyal True Blue  Lodge was held on Monday evening  but there were few present and little  business was accomplished.  Single Horse or Marc  .00  Conservatives. Lil>ora!-J-'ai'j:i"i's, jr.-u-.  me:s and Old Lifse C'rlts likely in  noT������ii(5S!fc ir-an a( ciijivoptioiis '.<>  be held  so.oiij  With a federal olrcl'o-i co-uing off  fl'niL������limo beforo fh������, end of the year,  slate-makers are  busy  lining up  tht  pnocjihlfi    mnf^v'a!     fni'    the    lof"1!    PO"t,  in   the  Dominion   house and   already  -   ii   dozen   or   more   names   have' been  mentioned   by   the' followers   of   the  various parties.  The   Conserva!iv"   forces   v.v"   ������"���������>]  io strongly favor oiih-r .1   A. C:Xh������r-  <   wood. M.  L. A., or F. 13. Stacey, tho  present member, a'it hough     a     large  number are   reported   lo   ho   hard   a I  work to pur Ihe mi'���������!(���������> of Major Co'Me  of Chililwiick. who made sip-h :������������������ good  inn   against'   Hon.   K.   1)    p,.|-row   at  (be  l-ist   j)rnvi!!cial  el'-clion.   iln-eiigh  the   convontion.       Other     prominent  Conserviil ives  ineni ioned   are   Mayor  Mars of  Port   Coaitil lain7lf'>ove  i\lc-  C'-iilniii  of   M'|t������^iii..  C.   ^..Tisdall  of  Van ecu ver, R. P   "oe nf ������������������port Moody  "J.  Donaldson -of���������.Pitt Meadows.  '     .       ? >l'Oi-alv i'oadv  The  Liberal   forces     ni'o     ���������>if<-.<..iy  hard at'work iu one .'way and anofh-  y>r.     Tho old t,lnip>-s claim that. I h������re  is absolutely no chance of an  Oliver  Liberal  getting  the nomination,   but  ^'"eni   inclinod   io   lint-   Vy)   villi     iii<->  J. S. Cowper of Vancouver Mr. Cnw-  per is a newspaper man and has boon  engaged  on   the  Asiatic  question   for  ��������� the World. But Mr. Cowper will  have no easy time securing tlie cov-  oC>d honor of contesting lhe seat, for  Maxwell'Smith   of, Deroche  is  after  ���������Dtp nomination a"d it is understood  that   Capt.   Whitchelo   of  Abbotsford  Columbia   fMiss   Orctchen Snow,     oi  Blaine,   Wash.).  -������    Premier    Meighen or    Canada arranged that the    flag on    everv cus-  '���������,.,,.,.  ,���������������������������-  |fomrs h0'i������c on tli^    Canadian border  i.-i.x..i.i.rt I LA^s I be raised ar the  hour this afternoon  TO   VISIT   l������!STH!CT  appointed   for the    unfurling of tho    .Stars and .Stripes and tlie fin ion Ja'ik  I'. M Stacey, M. P.. of Chilliwack, over the peace portal,  telephoned the Record on Tuesday to i Co-incidental" with the dedication  tho effect that ho had cancelled all l!'^ formal opening of the Pacific  his otiL-agomenls to speak in various Highway wn's planned. The highway  parts of the ridine in view of the "'hen completed will pass through  announcement by "Premier Meighen ,th'-- Peace portal. Its southern boun-  thaf thore would be a general elcc- da!'.y {������ Tiajuana, Lower California.  Men' inside of ninety days Mr. Star-i '������ fiddition to a telegram from  oy  had     announced  o;i     his     return   P'Tsidont     Harding.     Samuel      IfiP  2nd  $3.00  3.00  2.00  Mr, and Mrs. J.  joining    over the  Wednesdav.  Caldwell are    rebirth of a son on  DIYISEON   |.;._Poultry  3a Leghorn S. C. white   $1.50  $1.00  Tim McElroy, an    old thner"in Ab-  hotsford is visiting friends in town.  The September    number of the Industrial    Progress and     Commercial  Record contains the information that  a partnership between P. King    and  the   King-Beach     Manufacturing  Co,  J Ad. has been registered at Victoria.  The same issue    gives    notice    that  the company trading under the nam^'  of the Mission Preserving    Company  has been dissolved.  R.  0.    Smith  town on a visit.  of    Hammond is in  Services  will  be held in St.  Mafh-  ew's Anglican   Church at-Abbotsford  every Sunday night at 7.30.  E. Rowe,  vi  Rev. f.  Several Mission people left on,, the  early ferry this morning to attend  the annual fair and stampede which  opened at Chilliwack yesterday: The  fair was well attended opening day  and with a good crowd to-morrow,  the fair will prove the most successful yet held at Chilliwack.  from England that he would visit ov  cry section of (he constituency but  Ihe announcement of an election  cnus"d a change in his plans. Mr.  Stacey would not make'any announcement :iS to whether ho will hp a 1  candidate for re-election   but   will ill-'  chairman of ceremonies, received to  read at the dedication, messages of  felicitad'on from officials of several  foreign governments  Speech by   Mayor C'ale  In his speech  P. H.    dale of  for    Canada.    Mayor  Vancouver   said    ho  low his name logo    before Ihe Con-  believed the peace  Portal  would  serfali'.e  convention     find     ho     will   over demonstrate     If) iho world  abide by Ihe decision of thai mooting,   determination  of  (wo u.vn-\i     n:l  forth 0  ions  ie chance of contesting  the  ridin:  .that war must coasnand that the dar   .-.-���������   v ,.���������,.,,.,  ���������������������������  . muis. .when (he sword could settle disputes  while Ihe other possibility menl ioned ,'.was. p.asl.  on. the   streets   is   Heeve   IVk-lvor   of! Message   to   Prfnro  Maple Ridge. While one must not I Messages were soul, to (he Pnneo  lorget George Murray, mow editor or of Wales. Premier Meighen Presi-  tho Son who has had in the past am- dent Harding and others bv ' Samuel  ulions along this  line. Hill, president of (he Pacific    High-  '���������"aniK'r May  Ktin  Irrespective of Mr. Cowpo'r's changes of securing the endorsatiou of  Ihe Karmer-Lilieral forces,' there is  talk  of the  fruit growers running a  way ������������������ Association.:. ��������� A message  to  the  representative of flic Gorman government at Washington roads as follows  "The sweetest find    greatest   voice  ' hat ever   spoke on  earth spoke    on  candidate of (heir own. Three names   ,!lP    Cross    at    Calvary  have   been   mentioned   in     this    con-  'Palher, forgive them, foi  nection and all three would no doubt  poll   a   good   vote.:   Thoy   are  Antms  SCIiIHHLEHS,   RULJ-RS,   PENCILS, clc.  BOOTS FOR SCH OOP  .���������{:illTL^rj,:(:lAL  WILLIAM'S  BOOT I'OR  IU)YS, sizes 1 (o 5 1-2 al  $  ^3.95  Asparagus Soup, pci' (in ..  Veal Loaf (1-2 lbs;.) ..........  Preserving Frails  ................. 10c   ;  25c  QUALITY  SEP VICE  COURTESY  and     said  Ihev know  we.  Campbell o'f Sujuas Prairie, Win.  Park, and -Win. Merrifiold, while M.  P. /Shook was mentioned on Wednesday.  In-any event it is evident that all  Ihree conventions will   be hotly con  not what they do.' And ��������������� so  hearing our cross, and ; mindful of  our dead, are striving to forget, remembering our own imperfections..  would accept, it if if were offered Rested before the rival cand dates ������re   0 X       1 ! rf0"!  him,   And it is ailoc-.thor ni^i.v tb-   selected  and as the ��������� days pass ?v ��������� ^ 'V, f f      h������ ,WaS, kl  d:   B.  Martyn  of  Victoria  will  seek  contest is becoming warner ."y a premature e.p.os.on of    dyn  D  A verdict of accidental death was  returned by the coroners jury at the  inouest held to enquire into the death  lied  ...   nm-  , ite at Kilgard, two weeks ago today.  We, appreciate ijQiir custom  Ba Hi ing Suits bolii wool and col I on.  We Handle'SHKLLY'S 4XXXX bread  Fresh Daily  Jii.  Limited  xmsmmmnmai  mmpKBMn  ESSBSS^BSFJffiiiiMHi^^  mat  s^mmmmmmmm^mmmH^ssmmismmmaimmssmMmmmmmm  mmm/nummimmsmmt HACK TWO  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  J. A. BATES.-Editor and Proprietor  Published Every Friday  '  FII i DA Y,  SEPT ISM i:i 13 ft . 9,  1JJ 21  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  "! here resign niy govern mont to llieo" said  (1)0 bard ol" Avon many   eons ago, and in the  s:������nie lone of voice, Arthur Meighen  notified  .    Canadians th'at. if was up to them in (he niat-  (fiyor hiring ji mow 'master'lor lhe good old  Kliij) ol" sink- as he had  heard so marry  i'e--  ' Meet ions as Io his incompetency as n skipper  Mini, he had  become sick and  tired of it. So  now  his hat  is; in  tlie ring and  he and his  colleagues are ready to do battle once more.  Of course it will  not' mean  a battle on  the  same lines as the Dempsey-Carpentier go at  Boyles' 30 acres bu,t it will be more or less on  the basis of the European war for   everybody  will be in it.    The Union forces will be reorganized and once   more put through   their  paces.  The Liberals   (old  line)   will  be conscripted and thrown into action. Tlie farmers  will throw an extra feed into their s'tock   and  leave to answer the call to arms. The Labor-  ltes will forget for thctime being that there is,  or ever  was,  such  a  burning question  as  a  44-hour week, while the ex-soldier will muster .in an  effort to save for Calgary, (he distinction of having started the ball rolling toward a $2,000 gratuity. All the various factum s are already as  busy as a hive of bees  gathering honey., in frantic haste to beat (he  other fellow to it in the matter of selecting  a possible standard bearer. And speeches wifl  be the order of   the   day.     Orators   will   be  pressed into, service from all  parts    of    the  country,  while  the  dhairmen  will  be  more '  envied than the boy at school with an orange  for he will have the first-word to say and to  him will go the    honor of   introducing    the  speaker of the evening.  But of course it will'" mean the same    old  line of chatter all the way down the line. Inside oi no time at all we should have a bridge  across the Fraser river and     real    road    at  Nicomen Island.    Then again it is logical to  suppose that Mission Citv will have new side-  ���������   walks, while.Abbo'tsford will be provided with  oodles of oil for its streets. The.farmers will  ;    get a tarriff to their own liking. The La';ori(os  \vUI be provided with 44 hours per week and  the  independents will  have to  toss  the coin  lor the balance. Such will be the case if all  the  pre-election promises that will  be made  are carried out. For from now on the stump  speechers. will promise anything in order that  heir candidate may be the. chosen son, even  to moving the Pacific Ocean. Then again Mission City should be able .to set a post office  bunding     Not a little one, but an imposing  looking-building with Greek columns and everything else. Port Coquitlam also wants one  and the various candidates should not   overlook this juicy bet in their pre-election presents to an unsuspecting electorate: And once  again the chap in the back seat will have a  chance of putting the cabinet ministers in the  lrying pan for a once-over. No doubt he will  want to know.why the    Union    Government  ailed to prosecute Mr.    Flavelle    of    bacon  fame after the Royal Commission on  profiteering has showed him up.    And it is a cinch   ,  he-will not be satisfied unless he finds out the   '  reason why a tax is placed on small incomes  in view, of the fact that the man who h?s to  pay in this case, is the very one who is the  backbone of this or any other nation,-for is  it not he who is building up this great countryside?    He will likely take a shot at the  Postal Department on the question    of   that  extra'cent on the cost of the letter.    This has  been a sore spot with him ever since the pre������*s  announced that Uncle Sam had decided that it  was no longer necessary to charge three cents  for letters, and that two cents would be sufficient.      And  by  the-time-he lias got  well  \.;a.rincd up io his work he will' want to know  why the-Government does not re-valuate the  Canadian  National system, cut on" tlie losses  ol the past and siart over* wiith- a clean,slate  ���������"'tit there may,be more   reasons why (his was  not done than he knows of. Still, he will want  io know' why. And he will once more hurl a  vohey of qiioKiioiiH a.(. ihe liovonimenl speak-  e/s in regard (o its treatment of the returned  soldier.    Thore'arc a. host of people Who are  or (he opinion IhaUhe returned man litis not  Ivon.lruai.id right, ami  j(. wil,    ,)(;,   .,    ���������|V'!|('  ������:hance for (he opposition speaker!-:; to <>vi menv  Mien  a   word   in. on   Uiis   v<..jy Jive  quffttioii"  .'iiid fight at.home here, ihe m.o hj.v unomion  would seem  (oho tho erection of "a    in-id-o  over the Fraser river for    vehicular    traffic"  Jlns has long been a question  of grave importance to the electors of^lhis district   and  the candidate   who conies "out"' flat-footed    in  luvor of it,  wilJ  no doubt stand a real show  lor election, irregarclless of how he leans politically.    '1 he farmers of Nicomen island will  go alter (hat Dewdney Trunk road question in  earnest this time, and the man who will not  promise his support will 'be about as popular  as the weather at fair time in Vancouver" Hut  down on (he prairies (he tariff will he the hi-  issue at stake and in this regard it is freely ���������  predicted that so strong is Ihefeelhig agams,  Hid present bill down  there, (hat Saskatchewan will send a full representation to the Ottawa house without; a vote.    Of course this is  oiuy talk  but it has its possibilities-even  at  -nat.    liut. in any eveuL.it should    prove    a  hg.it worth ihe price of a ring side seat.      i(  wu   seem like old times for    the    politicians 1  wi.l be getting out their frock' coats, dusting. '  tne acciimniuialion of dust from the last I2ur:  oi July parade tog their toppers; hiking to the  drug store tor a packet or uiro.at passes and  pui in hours of practise in the art of putting  on a Sunday best smile, for the benefit of the   I  laciies m general.     And the   babies   of   the  country will- not be overlooked by    the    seat  seekers who wjll insist on kissing and making  a uiss over every little tot. This has nroven a  vote-winning, stunt in the past and is sure to  be a favorite way of gaining tne support    ^  proud fathers and mothers,    especially    now  , mat mother has a vote too as-well. The Kind's  most excellent printer will work overtime "in  turning out bundles of real honest to goodness  dope on the splendid.record of Union Govern-'  ment while the opposition will, flood the coun-  ry wuh pamphlets charging (he Government  wKh.incompetency and ail the   other   things  thac they can think of.    Meetings will be hefd  almost, nightly and once more^the old timer  ni���������riJTi0 a Cha*VCe t0 1>ecaJI illsta������ces that ocean led during the regime of the late Sir Wil  ind Launer, Bob Borden and other   notable  K?^7    Thr ������***"'������"  occasion  hood  of Hi!        me When the b"ddinS   manhood  ot the country will wax its  misplaced  eyebrow and walk to the polls to cast his fl,s  vote on the strength of his 21 vears of a-e  And m order to more carefully "lay their record before the people during the campaign  the Government are expected   to   strengthen  up   he Cabinet,    it is said that   Sir   George  Foster, a veteran of many campaigns will be  a wm Col" f V^ i? the Se"ate Camber  ant Lt?���������vCy PeCki V' C' TwQ of ^e vacant   poitfohosare   slated to be filled by H i-j  SS  ������Th?i TV6r  and  R-   R   J3e���������ett''   ������'  his abilirvVi ^  ParlicuIarly  noted for  his ability as an orator and it is said that the  Premier would welcome him to the inner circle wth outstretched arms. But the wise ones  tmn i tnfS f ranl- aiUl he is ^pected to  turn the oiler down. However, Mr. Meiehen  has spoken and the Union Ship will teSL ler  popularity on the seas of public opinion some  ay before the New Year and for,many wee s  her progress will be the sole topic of discus-  Sinn   rln'micrl-i������,,f  n^ i_ -    i-      ul!=>^uo-  FOUR MINUTES-TO COMPLETE CALLS  TO VANCOUVER ISLAND  Have you li-ied' lhe long distance telephone service belwcen.lhc niainJwnd and Vancouver island  lalely? 'J he additional submarine c-able rives  amide (acdiiie.,, and Ihe nyeragecalHscompTeled  -u lour m.nules Thai's preHrSood ������oin������. when  il is rememhered lhal Central hunts up the 'parly -  wanted and gels him on the line.   Try ilSiTd see  belween / p. ���������, and 8 a. m. you   J, ((lree  .   *  lhe day period al lhe same price.  BRITISH COLUMBIA  TELEPHONE Co.  HHIiVICK  STATION  Ma or: m Canada.  NEARLY HALF A MILL.ON CHEVROLET  cars have been built and sold. Their reputation  Tor efficient and economical service has gn.un  as sleadily as lhe number of Clievroiet owners  has increased.  490 TOURING   CAR  $mOF.O.B. MissionCity  STUART MOTORS  CHEVROLET and DODGE AGENTS  Mission Cily, B. G.  the next, step is lo put Llie    finishing  lonlies or "Moom" on tho  animal. To  do tiita the animals should ho slahlod  three to    four kaay.s    previous to the  date of the show.    During this time  t'(i('(\ fairly liberally on suitable rou^i  ages sufih as.good hay. green corn or  other   soiling    crops.-   and on    grain  mixture eontaining ten to fifteen per  cent oil cake meal, the    latter  heir,"  The writer holds no brief to write  on |his subject lo experienced' showmen. The showing of cuttle is an  ������i-t which thoy have long since mastered and could give unlimited advice on if they would hut put pen to  Paper. The purpose of the writer is  (o touch on a few points which mav  M helpful to    beginners be  they old  u^Ci'^T "'���������'' l"a    nuier  IJ"'"8  or voun- ideal to put on a good glossy skin on  I".the" first place if you would top '\1������ *n\mtt!*' A" animfl!'s s,1������1" ���������������"������'.  the das- and tho    Judge In^ Z^oT^L^^n^ ^Jn  bus ness you must   havp tlio    <rnn** , " animals on    some  convoy   ZltZ   y    n.e %    ^'t" Platf������rm n"d wet U'e"'  oreona nla7 fitll���������. ,��������� "  , a" over-   The������ ���������b "P ������ lather   wltl,  ;"6nh,��������� ���������revio��������������� to ������,������,.,me or .no*- St w   ,  :,L      ,,'"' wl"  "������.   Thl, ,.re���������afato,,v   fM.li,,, ������������������ JihWiiS^ZriilMfc ^. m'n "  Ita ?El a������rVouf'"'" '" thBam "' 'M- *,'"." "*"������'*������ h������   ol.W..ed 'l>y .^ '  T.k.������������;., mm ,i������������������ that u.������ t^i^Ti^'L %: ",mi 'r  . ilJinketa. preferably  with a soi't   nn.  isli next the body.    Any work necess-  a'T to gei  animals  in    proper shape  such as trimming feet, filing    horns  smooth so as to make later polishing  wisy    and trimming hair with    dip"  PPi-s'In those breeds whore this prac-l  lice is followed, .should be done before '  lo.-iv.nig for the show.    Special alien-'  1,0,1 slloll!fl '������o laid    upon the. proper ���������  training of the animal'to lead, sland  etc.. for orton all the    work of good  fitting is offset by    bad    manners In  the ring.  Alex. S. Duncan  Barrister      Solicitor  Notary Public  OFFICE  3. A. Cutlierwoori Building  Phone 8001   P. O.  Box 09  Wm. Atkinson  General Auctioneer and  Live  Stock   Specialist.  MISSION CITV, B.  I;  23 years amoag- the Stockmen of  the HYas���������r Valley. Am familar  with the different- breeds of live  srock and their values.  SIM.4.S WORK (.'OlXft  wi<iii;,.SAv.silit.-iriito\v  Adlress   all  communications  Box 34 Chilliwack, B. U*  to  ���������8.���������Construction  proceeding even  hoped for, said  minister of agri-  "The high water  considerably    all  i "kittle Bessie, aged five, after calling her mother several times during the night and receiving no answer, said:    ���������Mother, are you    roally  nslnop or ��������� are you just p'toncllnjj  Gf>I'll0110 girl."  While we (liffer ,������������������ opinions.  \Vho is- right a,,dw ho is wrong  Life h too short foi' us to wOi'ry-J  Kick your heels and sing a song,  VICTOiUA.Sept  work at Sumas is  hotter than we had  Mon. E. D.  Barrow  culture yesterday,  held up the work  [summer, .but now, the big machines  are moving dirt at a rapid rate and  before the end of the year many of  the subsidary dykes will have been  practically completed."  The minister will make a trip-of  inspection'to Sumas next week. He  will officially open the Chilliwack  fair when In-that district.  For  a Good SmokeTry  B.C. & Old Sport  CH3ARS  C.   CIGAR   FACTORY  WILBERG"ft WOLZ. I.ROP6  B.  Many a man is fenced off from success by his Own railing. "  J.-.H.- JONES  Funeral Director  AGENT   FOR   HEADSTONES   !  Phone Connection. Mission City (p  [ui AgJciiltiiral and  Horticultural Association  ���������lil'I'iKS   AN J)   REGULATIONS  1.    All entries  >,.     ,       0    ,        musi be made not later than 5 p. m. on  Monday,. September J9Lli.    The Secretary .will Le oii'ihe  grounds on  the afternoon of that day, or emeries miiy be  .sani. to his address at Gilford Station, ������. c.    All entries  U> he made on the proper form'to be obtained from ' the  Association.    Entry fees for    non-members;   horse*.   a'iii!  cattle 50 cents each entry; all other entries 2;, cents each.  2,    All exhibits of Fruit,    Vegetables, Field Produce,  Mowers, Ladies' Work.and Children's Work to be "in position by  i.2 noon '.I uesday, September 2(1; Live Stock and  jouliry exhibits in position    before Hi a. m.    September  ^ist to remain in place till 5 .p., m., -September -2 tsi.   -  are entitled to free'-en tries  3.  . Membeis of the Society  and admission to the grounds.  ,������������������4''i Th.e- liVU;eoi' niem|Jeiship. tickets is $ I; or-life  membership t.ckets $10.00 and they, may be obtained on  application to the .'Secretary. ���������  ���������51    In horses, cattle, sheep,  the entry must in  pigs and    poultry classes,  every instance be made in the name of  the bona tide owner, and  of  any  which,  prem-  ... . unless this rulo is observed no  premium will bo awarded, or if awarded will be withhold  U liny person shall exhibit, any    animal or bird  he is not the bona fide owner, he will    forfeit  luni  which  may be awarded  him.  6. In all other classes entries must be made in names  S ���������i'^V.C<JrS V ma������������r'lcturers only, ;i,id by such producers hen, seves or their agents, who must have special  .uitlior.tj lor doing so, and produco their authority in writ  ing ii so required' by judges  nianul'iicfurcrs or" authorized  cannot compete  for the  must  only,  ' must have  "in  Those    who    are  agents-may    exhibit,  not  but  7. If any person  shall enter an      article for  manufactured  ho shall forfei  article.  8. No person shall be  tion, more than  prizes offered.  other    than the    authorized agent  competition as    produced or  by himself when it has not really been so,  it any premium which may be awarded the  not to apply  grain,    vegetable produce,  etc., of which each    addi-'  necessarily be precisely similar' to  allowed to enter for    compel i-  one specimen in any one    class of a divi-  Setv'or^n I' ���������ad?It,0,ia,1 aniCle is 0f a    ^tinol'named  \ailety or pattern irom the first.    This rule not to  to animals, but to all-kinds of  ���������   fruit, manufactured articles,  tional specimen would  the  first:  Eyery article must be entered under some one of the  headings in. the regular list.  vfl V?'    ������,n V16, entry of each anlmal or article, a card will  he furnished the exhibitor specifying the class,    division  - ton?h!lU.m?er ,������' entrf-which **** must remain attached  to the animal or article during the Exhibition  manner ^TK ?T b������ Sh������Wn   uncovere<" *nd in such a  manner as the Judges may require or allow, and if their  Slr!;;USe to:s^*t to the proper requirements^  the Judges their.animals will be    ruled    out, but the exhibitors wil   have the privilege of showing their animals  in Harness, bridle or under,saddle,-as they may .prefer  12     All animals competing for prizes must be brought  , fT,!?eC ',������n'5 the Judges; or for exhibition-when-  evei called out by the officials appointed for that purpose  13. All exhibitors of stallions shall produce a certificate signed by a duly qualified veterinary, showing that  the animals are free from hereditary unsoundness said  certificate to date.not more than three months previous to  the opening of he Exhibition.  r������rili'-i N������ I)erf0I\sha11 be Permitted in the horse or cattle  rings-during the time of judging except Judges  or peisons in    charge of   animals    and  press.  15.  grooms  members of the  10.  supervision  No animal or article shall compete'for more than  one prize unless in case of special prizes or sweepstakes.  The President and Board of Managers shall have  uon of Grounds and exhibition  generally.  ir,a1n������fSh0Uld fIVT aHse any disPute or misunderstand-  if tS? cS^t���������? >f ,?? by"law8 ������^ FUles and regulations  ot the Society it shall be referred to the Board of Managers whose decision shall be final.  18.    All protests' and appeals must be in writing, must  state plainly cause of complaint, and must be delivered  lo n!? Secretary on day of show, accompanied by a fee of  '  forVll!, -f      J ^7'eturned if appeal is sustained, and  forfeited if protest is disallowed.  ���������!9',   in6ses fiha11 have the power of    classifying stock  and Shan not awar(] a prize (Q   an>. artJcle ^  tlieie is no competition if such article is unworthy of   a  20.    All manufactured articles    must be the work of  the exhibitor, and must not have been awarded a prize  &*r IH7 exhU;iti0f of the so^y> but any manufactured article may be shown for exhibition only without  complying with  this rule. M  I,-*21", A1,������Pecial Priz"es shall require a special entry unless classed as a sweepstake.  i. J5'    *������ -perSOn Sha11 be all������wed in exhibit rooms while  2?nSTn.Vn1;^1'6?8'JXCGPt JudgGS and the": assistants  dd. The Board of Managers will use every precaution  in their power for the proper preservation of aft es "n  stock on exhibition, but will not be accountable for loss  or damage. Exhibitors must attend to their articles or in"  n^nlsduiw the exhibition    and to their    removal at Us  -   JS-i.    Should there not be funds enough on hand to nav  prizes in full they will be paid pro rata P y  25  The Association is not    responsible for  or delivery of special prizes offered by others.  payment  Sec.  CQNSrmjTfQN  NAME  1. This Society shall he called the Matsqui Agricultural and Horticultural Association.      '    USqU1 Agn  OBJECT .     <.-  ���������**������*?**' Tn,Q >"rpos? of thls Society shall be to encourage the cultivation of the soil and the general develop,  ment of all the agricultural resources of The province.  .    Sec. 3. To foster    every   branch of  household arts calculated to increase  home life.     7-  MEMBERSHIP  Sec. A. Any person may become a member by the payment of an annual fee of $1.00 0r any person may become a life member by payment of a fee of $10 00 which  sha 1 also entitle members to compete for any prize of the  Society without any charge or entrance fee  {n ?J' i ?he\ ,am?S ������J aU members shall be registered  in a book kept by the Secretary for that purpose.  ������i Su\ 6' ������n.l,pers0n being a member of this Society  shall be eligible for office, entitled to vote, receive a  printed copy of Constitution and such other -printed mat-  mechanical   and  the happiness    of  THE ABBcHteFORD PO������i  ter as the Society shall    publish and shijl  mission to all exhibitions of the. Society.   '  OFFICERS '  .Sec. 7.  The, officers and directors of this' Society shall  President,.,three    Vice-Presidents,    Secret n  and   twenty-live .Directors.    - ?ecieuij-  Sec. 8.  The officers and directors shall hold office for  one year and shall be elected at the annual  the Society, to be held at 11 o'clock a  Tuesday in November.     <  _   Sec. 9. Each    candidate for    election    must have'  at  least Ji imiiiwiiv nf i\.n ..������������������*.__ * "ut "������ve    at  consist ol  Treasure!  rn.  have free ad-  meeting    of  on the second  13  14  15  PAGE THREE.  Cockerel  Pullet  Pen       candidate for    election  a majority of (ho votes cast.  Socio.    At anv  r- , y- moeL,"ff or the officers and dlnWnn-  ^members shall .constitute, a quorum to transact bl"  16  17  18  19  20  21  22  22  24  25  Cock ....  Hen      Cockerel  Pullet  Pen       Cock  Hen      Cockerel  Pullet  Pen       Wyandotte  (Any Other Variety")''  Rhode Island Red  1.00  1.00  2.00  -U.0O  - 3.00  - 1.00  . 1.00  .  2.00  . Sec. ; i.  aiid Live Stoct  EXHIBITION  Phis Association    shall hold an'  Show,  Annual-Fair  PRIZE LIST  DIVISION   A,���������HOUSES  All stock must be    owned by tho   Exhibitor  , months-previous' to  Show  Heavy Draught   1500 lbs  Class  at   least six  Brood  aud Upwards  1st  filly  . C  ' 7  8  fl.  10  11  .12  13  14  mare, with foal at foot  Colt, two years, old, geldiug or  CoJt,  one year ;   Suckling   foal   ....:.'.''"'"'   Span horses'; mares or geldings 'in"harness  Agricultural  JtfOO to 1500 lbs  Brood mare with foal at foot .  Colt, 2 years, gelding or filly    Colt I year   ....:   ���������   Suckling foal  ".'.'.['.'.'.[ ' '   Span horses, mares.or geVdings'-in'harn  Heavy  draught  stallion,  registered  General Purpose, 1300 lbs. or  Mare or gelding, any age  Team in harness  leas  ...13.75  ... 3.75  ... 2.25  ... 2.25  6.00  3.75  3.75  2.25  3.00  6.00  6.00  under     3  75  6.00  2nd  $2.00  1.50  1.50  1.50  3.00  2.00  1.50  1.50  2.00  3.00  3.00  1.50  3.00  DIVISION   B.���������CATTLE  (Certified pedigrees "to be produced for  i, ���������  ,, Short Horn  1  Bui , pure bred   2 years and upwards  9-  Bull, pure bred, under 2 years  Cow, any age   ...  Heifer, 2 years ...    Heifer,  l  year ...;    Calf      4.00     2.00  bulls)  Bull, pure bred 2  Bull, pure bred/un.derS2a"d-'PWardS :"-$5-50  *3-00  7  8  9  Cow, any  age  10 Heifer,  2  years  11 Heifer,   1   year  12 Calf     .  Hoisteins  $5.50.  3.50  3.50  2.25  2.25  2.25  $3.00  2.00  2.00  1.50  1.50  1.50  years  ,  3.50     3.50  13  ��������� 14  15  16  17  18  19  20  21  22  23  24  n   ,,- Jerseys  Bull, pure, bred, 2  Bull, pure bred, under 2 years  Cow, any  age     Heifer, 2 years    Heifer, l year "'  Calf       '      .          2.25  ......:..-.....���������; 2.25  ��������������������������� :���������- 2.25  years and upwards ..,...$5.50  ���������   3.50  ���������  ,. Merefords  Bull, pure bred, 2 years and  Bull, pure bred, under 2  Cow, any age      Heifer, 2 years     Heifer, 1 year ..:....  Calf     "v":'  3.50  2.25  2.25  2.25  upwards  $5.50  years  3.50   ,-.-. 3.50    2.25    2.25    2.25  25  Bull, pure bred, 2  , 2 6  Bull, pure bred, under 2  2 7  Cow,  any age  .  .  28  Heifer, 2 years   ..  .  2 9 Heifer, l year    3 0  Calf     "���������������������������"  Guernseya  years and upwards ....$5.50  2.00  2.00  1.50  " 1.50  i.ao  $3.00  2.00  2.00  1.50  1.50  1.50  $3.00  2.00  2.00  1.50  1.50  1.50  years old  31 Bull, pure  Ayrshires  3.50  3.50  2.25  '2.25  2.25  $3.00  >2.00  2.00  1.50  1.50  1.50  io  rj���������n            J>red> 2 vears and upwards   .   $550  *<?'nn  32. Bull, pure bred, under-2 year-   ?  33  34  35  36  Cow, any  Heifer, 2  Heifer, 1  Calf   ....  age  years  year  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  two  DIVISION C���������SHEEP   shears and over  -. $0  3.50  3.50  2.25  2.25  2.25  two shears and over    % nA  shearling  ;....      ���������7?  3.00  3.00  1.50  1.50  4.00  1  2  3  4  r.  7  ���������8  9  Kam,  Ewe,  Ram,  Ewe,   shearling  Ram   lamb   ' "   Ewe   lamb    !"."."."'.".!".".!7 >" "  Three ewes' (pen) '"'. ..".   One rani, three  ewes, "different"ages"7i"n  Pen),  Sweepstake   MVISION I).���������-pigs  Berkshires  Boar, pure bred, six months and over       ^ no  Sow, six months and over  ?f H  Sow and litter .....'.  ������,uu  1'orkshire   and   aVes'tor"White"      ������������  A-oar. pure bred, six months and over        $5 0n  Sow, six months' and over   r  Sow and Jitter    '   *  00  2.00  2.00  1.50  1.50  1.50  $1.50  1.50  1.50  1.50  1.00  1.00  3.00  bred  .'.Duroc  six  10  11  12  13  T, -   Jersey  Boar, pure '-   '    '  Sow ,six  Sow and litter  _,  Any Other Grade   "  pure br������d, six months and over  00     3.00  $3.50  3.50  3.50  $3.50  3.50  3.50  00  00  months and over .:....$5.00 JT 50  months and over' ......... % 00  ���������r>.  5.00  50  50  Boar,  Sow,  Sow and  six nieiuhs and over  ... >  litter  ....$5.00  5.00  DIVISION E.~POULTRY  uy eiiigle birds as  Birds entered s  is't  Coops supplied .by the Association".  Plymouth Rock (Barred)  5.00  Spring store pig, 8 mos^'any other "breed  5'������������  sing  sred  one maie and three females.  $3.50  3.50  3.50  3.50  Entries by single birds as cock;'hfeTcockerel and vuim  entered singly may compete in Pens, Pen to con"  sist of one male and three femalP*  pullet.  1  2  3  4  6.  ���������6  7  Hen _ ;" -   Cockerel            ���������--���������..   Pullet   ....        '" '   Pen ZZ""Zr" '   Plymouth Rocks (Any othw'variety)       ��������� - ��������� :...'$!  $1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00  2.00  1  .50  .50  .50  .50  .00  9  10  11  12  Cock  Hen   ....  Cockerel  Pullet    .  Pen    .....  Cock  Hen  Wyandotte   (White)  .00  00  00  00  00  .$1.00  .1.00  $  .50  .50  .50  .50  1.00  .50  .50  26  27  28  29/  30  31  32  33  34  35  Cock   ..  Hen   ......  Cockerel  Pullet ..  Pen    -.  Cock      Men   .......  Cockerel  Pullet    ...  Pen       Orpinton  (Any Variety)  leghorns   (White)  36  37  38  39  40  41  42  43  44  45  Cock    ...  Hen      Cockerel  Pullet  Pen    .......  Cock    ....  Hen   .......  Cockerel  pmiet  :..  Pen      Leghorns  (Any Variety)  Minoreas (Bla'ck' or White)".   $1.00    1.00  .'... 1.00  .... 1.00  ....  2:00  :..|i.oo 1  ... 1.00  ... 1.00  ... 1.00  ... 2.00  ..$1.00 t  ... 1.00 .  :.i.oo  .. 1.00  .. 2.po  ..$1.00  . 1.00  . 1:00  . i;oo  . 2.00  .50  .50  1.00  .50  .50.  .59  .CO  1.00  .GO  .50  .50  .50  1.00  i .'56  ..������'0  .50   ,  .SO  1-.00  I  .50  .60  .50  .50  1.00  .50  .50.  .50  .50  X.OO  46  47  48  49  50  51  52  S3  54  55  56  57  58  59  60  Cock    ...  Hen   Cockerel  Pullet    ..  Pen  Cock      Hen      Cockerel  Pullet  ..:  Pen    ...:...  Cock    ....  Hen    i.  Cockerel  Pullet" ...  Pen   Gamea (Any Variety)  Any Other Breed \Jke^vy)'  ..|1;0'0  - 1.00  .-1.00  . 1.00  . 2.00  $1.00  .  1.00  . 1.00 ���������-  .  1.00  2.00  t  Any Other BiM"(Light)  -.,-91.00     1.00    1.06  1.00  2.00   $1.00      1.00    i.oo  ..... 1.00     2.00  61  62  63  64  .65  66  .$1.50   $1.00      1.00    2.00.  ..-$1.50  .... 1.50  ... 2.50  ...$1.50  , 9  10  Male      Geese  Female    ... .     '   Male and Female"i"n"pen""":" 'HJ  tit 1 Ducks  Male    .\ ���������  Female    .-. ;.7 :y-"���������.y^   Male and Female in pen"'"'"'" "'  67 Male    :..        *^-^~^ V  68 Female     .'...."."."'."' '   69 Male and Female in "pen "'   70 Male  ^^^-WhTte   71 Female    72 Male,and Pemal"e"in"ie'n "*  Jv5J  WVISION F.~l>AIRy PRODUOE AND HONEV  (Butter to -be as near June Color aspo2  i-������rblbdaifrhu?Lda,ry butter ���������"��������� ^oV*,  5 pounds dairy butter".'::.'"."  HJ*   - ^  Best display merchantable  b'u'tter;"buUer M  in crocks or-prints, not over 15 lbs.: -:  tr ��������� lst> $5-00;  2nd, $3 00"  Irrt   e? nn  Honey m comb, 3 sections .' ' ��������� , 5������' ?2'?J  3 pounds extracted honey " }'XJ      'rJ  Best display honey and  honey-" product's     ������������      '5������  8 Best home-cured toS.������Ml 2nd' ?3-00; ������'������. ���������*"  3.00    2  50  .50  .50  .50  .1.00  .50  .50  .50  .50,  LOO.  .5ft  .������0  .50  ,50  .00  1 .00  .50  .50  .50  1.00  $  $1.00  1.00  . 1.50  $  .50  ,  .50  1.00  91.00  1.00  1.50  $1.00  1.00  1.50  2  3  4  5  6  7  Best home-cured side of bacon "���������"   Best dressed chicken  2.00  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  $  .50  .50  .50  .50  .50  50-  Celery, t���������������S���������?-~������������������������i������i������B  Celery,  white,  3           :   Cauliflower, 2  " ~*  Cabbage, -round,   2 " "   Cabbage,  pointed,   2   .  '_,   Cabbage, red, round, 2,-  "   Cabbage, red,  pointed,   2  *n  8 Cabbage, savoy,   2    9 Carrots, red l-2,long, "5  10 Carrots, red,-short, 5  11 Beets,  1-2 long,  3  .  12 Beets,  round,  3  13 Citron,   2     "'"'   14 Pumpkin, 2   15 Squash,   2 :.   16 Vegetable Marrows" 2 ."  17 Onions, red!" 5 ....  18 Onions,-, white, 5 ....        'ifJ  19 Onions, yellow,  5  ������J  20 Collection of onions        f?  21 Onions, pickling, l quart*"."." '    "5J-  22 Parsnips,   5  5o  23 Turnips, table, 5 .  ".' ���������.-     J2  24 Tomatoes,   5     ".. " '     "i0  t25 Cucumbers, gard'en.^S  26  " ���������  .00  .00  ,00  0.0  I  .50  .50  .50  .50  .50  .50  .50  .50  .50  29  30  31  32  33  Cucumbers, frame or greenhouse'.'.'.'."  2 7 Cucumbers, pickling, 13  28 Corn, white, 5   [.      '"' ' "  Corn, yellow,  5  ...[[[[]"}[""r" ������������������"  Rhubarb,   5   ....]......... "   Lettuce, leaf, '2\...["["[]''''["'���������   Lettuce, head, 2.........:::::::" :   Green beans in pod, 12 "^f  34 Wax beans in pod, 12   ...::..... ""���������"���������'  35 Pole beans in pod, 12          36 Green Peas in pod,21    ''"'���������������������������������������������   37 Brussels Sprouts, 2 heads" I"   38 Spinach    .......................         v -  3 9 Potatoes, early, red, named"Variety78  40 Potatoes, late, red, named varitey  8       1  41 Potatoes, early, white, named, 8 '     '"   42 Potatoes, late, white, named variet'^'iC.'  43 Potatoes, colored, 8  4 4 Potatoes, white, 8 ......���������'."." ' *"  45 Potatoes, largest, ^8 '.,...'..!'": '"  46 Potatoes, collection of 5,"named ' variety"  5 of each    ���������  47 Best display of Garden VegeTabies".".'"!"!'.'  Class DIVISION H.���������FIEIiD PRODUOT8  1 Wheat, fall, 1 bushel .....   ' ������ *r.  2 Wheat, spring, 1 bushel      *  .50  .50  .50  .60  .50  .50  .50  .50  .50  .50-  .50  .50  .50  .50  .50  1.00  00  1.00  1.00  1.00  1.00    ,  1.00   .  .25  .25  .25  .25.  .25  .25  ,25  .25  .25  .25  .25  .25  .25  .25  .25  .25  .25  .25  .25  .25  -.25  .25  .25  .25  .25  .25.  .u  .25  .25  .25.  .25  .25  .25  .25  .25    '  25.  .25  .25  .59  .50  .50  .50  .50  .50  1:0$  6.00  1st  .75  .75  (Continued   Next Issue)  ��������� CO.  ���������4.00  $5.0.0.  2nd,  $  .5.0  .50 THE ABBOTSFORD'"POST, ABBOfyPORD, B.sC  *-y-'���������-���������' ^*"-<yiiritlln\iit\+mM*m ������tjf i ri  **A.-*irij*^^\**.h*^'V^r<Ji<VS**iiA'4J\J4.  ml ���������^*^^S^t-������������w**-*-^*������*>*rt^*^r*ri^^rf-ftfcrfa-������^������^*������)������..  I i  F  p  llii.1   I lie  1)<\S|   o|' i\J  CM (S  CHI!   lie   jMll'cliaSCl  I n( 111 if-: Sloi'v  Wo Lk-leH  our i:r-:ir with' in(.vlli:inn.:c::  'IUliI  li,7  one  ot Our roai-.  Try one of curT-nriie rcuc-i  iiistc t,ii������:)'i  li  finy me.* I.  G  aiiu'be convinced.  WHITE & CARMICHAEL  Abbotsford, B.  H.        C:        l-'llOIUJ        -II.  Fanners"   l.'hoiiu   IIKj'i  c  . SI ill Gain a SIvon q  -'- I av'ir.g liou.'-'h' hi.'; slock  of now designs'in Wallpaper  f'':r coming' ni'i-'iri;;-, I am cut--  'fi'.'-i' pi'i'i.s en *il.c!; in hand  lo make room t'ornew t/ocas,  A !���������?'������������������! _huv.i some p-.il;u at a  low p/'i: e.  A^P.OTKI-y'm:)), ' 11.   C  ������!Miiruwwjt^ jutuarnTni-f^raj^^u^aammiiagga^c w. ir-  %->.  'c?Ai'^:rc������N'  Our" bread comes as  I  ^SiilS^     regularly  as  ihe  aim,  ���������I^SS^-  rivshlv baked .For vou  v  oaKen .for  moniiiii?:,  I  t  ������  ���������jsasaamuMf iibc?a  ore  .1.  lies to.toe  ?  anon  A. ,E. HUMPHREY  (J.alc;    Taylor   .k  \ liuinplii-oy)  B. C.- Land Surveyor and  Civil Engineer  .Room   (!   Iliirl,   Hloclt.   Cltilli w.-u-k  ~Hox   'i::::. (mmi.ijvi'ack        I  you  and  and  who  Pahomze the br^ad marlis-in   Abboisfcrd   and  kt*ep ll;j" monc-'y rii.lujni:.1. ' '    -   ���������  Baker's bread R'ceps ihe house cool  ALBERT LEE,  Baker .and' Grocer  Ii ' ,  Mwwnan������imMRunu^..uiMu.i>iM..aKm '9wiv������vvKr������ufMwnjMM������UMjfimKii oh  ,*������������������  Theifil will. pa'v. von io  invesliaale  lhe  Zeniih  Carburelor. ���������  THAT  ZENITH  CIVKS MORE MILES PER  GALLON IS A   hACTTHAT  liASLiKRN  PKOVRN BY   REPEATED.TESTS  . IN ALL -PARTS Ol- THE  WORLD  I!'  .. Zenith's famous .Compound Nozzle, maintains  lhe perfect balanced mixlure offuei and air al all  speed, loads, aJliludes and lemperalures.  Zeniih   gives  Economy   luilh    Porocr,   Speed.  Pick-Up and Reliabililij.  GET A   DEMONSTRATION  arwood'S Currant  a f  S A H 9  BARRISTERS and  SOLICITORS  LAW OFFICE  OP ION    10VUKY    KDIDAV  Aiiiior.si^oan,  r������. c.  A T. N. T. Explosive of great strength,  safety and freedom from'noxious fumes  No Headaches  Take aclvanh^c of lhe,   Government    refund of  $U.i30,'U|) io len eases of powder, and blow   ..  your slumps  a������fai^������Cmitf������iCi  2J3CfcQLOflXhW  tl*IM"1r I 1��������� i���������<Tf���������J" "-I r- M Ml .1'iBTfc  ��������� Place  vour ordur now   for  'COAL  Ai    present   prices  ASHJOTSKOU'J  ./. \V .COTTRELL  CO.Mi AND TII-AXSH-Mi  iluilding     Materials,   Ume,     Ph������������toi-  Cement  PTlfCRR   RIGHT  J)on'l forgcl our Speciallics:       ''" j  RATHE-WORK; ' ��������� 11  ACETYLENE- WELDING AND CUTTING J1 ^r^^^^p^^^^s^  OVEIVi-JAULING and- RE-CIIAIUi!N(;  OE  -'      , HATTJiKIES .  KLF.CTnu: MOTORS    INSTALLED   AND  RE-WOENIX  Insurance of all kinds  NOTARY PUBLIC  Marriage Licences Issued  PJflAf., KSTArr.ri3--Mmi(i.v lo t,wA\ on Go<u! Vnrm ^ortg-ii^a  '**   A    ft/3   r*   vi  ?    '   ...  Abbotsfoid  v  m hl m tamtrrwi**, ^  [Matsmd Council  We fjuaranlce (df our work lo  be Snlisfaclon).  ������������i.-������1.-|it/tt . .   .'.,   ���������\���������-..^r.-n.nr-.1iIT||Tr|-J|W  achine. Shoo  Abbotsford Garage  Linn led  ABKOT,SF(>rKI)'B..C.  Wins Big Fight  v.. f\ ro. n. .���������ui.i-tN's- (o rnwil (crms   or  ulil (������������������liUMi'I -willi     \\'<'ster:i   I'iiwit  Ci>.���������Now up !o Mission (o Follow  Phone, B. C. 7  Aftnv a Inns stonc'ing fight, Mats-  "ui coihumI triiimplifid ovor the B. C.  15. R. arul ot an early date, work will  coniniP'Tce on tho installation of the  linos for the lighting of homes' and  .���������������������-,������������������:���������wntMmj^^."   ii'^-'i^ss   promises   within   the   murii-  ���������UR WEEKLY BULLET  SEPTEMRj^R  lOih "   ���������  Peaches, special  .'  $1.85  Corned llcci', special        MO  SheRv.s Cakes. Uvsh  -. 25  Reeve's School Paiuls  1-5  ��������� A. G. ANDREWS.  CAHU    (JKOORR A������t!OTSFOR!>.    IJ.  C.  Farmers 1 9 IS  ������������������"*""    m'irr**"~������������������1  Buv. Your Goods Ai  HUNTINGDON, B- C.  THE COUNTRY STORK    ,  willi lhe CITY SERVICE  / NEED YOEP PUS1NESS  Farmers'. Phone 1303  VICTORIA,  Sept.   3.���������Opening    of  the' fall    session of  Lhe    legislature  .   . WHIflK   IN   CAIiG.AJlY TO' (iPF.X A!50l'T  XOVKMRRR   I  .cipiality.    The nrrangemonts with lhe   . [ ^   ! ci nip any v/as only forthcoming aff^r ���������     Weather has been I'avorahle during  ; Mm  fonnril   liad   throat en Rd   to   fake the past week a slight' frost occurred  i.oc-ni   .���������"-���������f'on   airainst  the  companv to one   morning. '  compel rhem to ciwry out tlie.original        Crab apples have no: sold very well   'vii! 'Ulk(- I"'lar:e_HS "ear to November  fn-efmonffj     made   hv  the     Western this   year.     Price     on   ��������� Transparent   ' ns pcssihlo.    according to    Premier  'owe;1   Company-   before   thai,   com- r-r-.il-anplps  can;o down  (his  week-   to   Oliver,  it. being the intention  of Ihe  T������.'M,y was taken over by the B. C. E.   SI.35 and $l.r.O.     Wholesalers claim   government to complete the business  R  they are losing    money at this price.  As far back a* V-.-.-nb-r t 01 I   Mlo   but owing to the. slow demand   they  cf f'^House in    time'   to allow  ?.'n(s'"������i   farinei-s   b;ul   their   houses  decided* to   take h   loss   in   order   t.o   members tojje back home by Christ-  wired in prep-araiion for the bringing   o'et stocks going. ^ mas. L'ntil last week, nninicipal matin of eleclricitv hv the Western Pow--     Blackberries are saline v������:\v slow-   |?1's v.01.e thought to be    about    Ih"  or Company.     But this company fail-   '^ i-he market slumped badly and on   onlv oneg or L    impoi.lance to bo  ed   tocarrv  out  their  nromises   and   one or two claJ"'s ll-������>' W'H'!''- wholosai-     ,.,,,. , ,       - .,     ,  Iho district.', growing tired of waiting   ed at. from  $1.00  to $2.00 per crate   '''��������� w3(1 c"1 Uui ������Somla, and    while de-  started proceedings against the Pow-. according to Quality.          .                      . velopmenls .at     Alberni     during  the  er Company before th.-t com nan y was ���������     1^"   -1"'-!!   is   ^elh'ng  very  slowly.   l)ilsl- lcn' days indicate that the ta\a-  takfii over by Lhe B. C   V,. R.     .            Owing to low prices    prevailing    on ] Lion   problem   will     occupy     premier  ���������   The new owners of the powfii- Ii"   ripe tomatops, very little stock has nr  j)o;dlin;t, (he    recent   trip of  Mirough tho municipality have agreed   rived   last   few   davs:   now   that   fhe  lo  all   the   concessions   contained   in   market   is   denned  now  up   higher   pricos  private  members on the P. O. 10. has opened  WANT COLUMN  Advertisements unrl?r the    above  heading cost   2.1     cenis per     issue.  Leave  copy   and   money at. The   Al)-  'lolsfoi'd Oarage.  FOjl  SAI.IO-Separiitor,   lie   l,aval.  O.-VTIIKl'JW'OOi)  t'.ILIi  NOT r;f'.'|.j ,\X AXSWKK  When interviewed by a Record reporter. Mr. .1. A. Ontberwood. M. L:  A. stated that he did not wish to  com mil. himseif ei.'lier way on the  'question that he had  been asked    to  he old  contract and   have underfak-  are   prevailing.     A   r.liipmonl   of   Lhe   ll,������ ,,lllotllftr channel on Nchich discus-'"  en   to   install   lines   as  soon   as   ever - fallowing lines  was  received  in   Cr-1-   sion is likely to Jie prolonged and bit-  the agreenipnt is signed   "n.       Thix nry   dunusr   tbe   week   from   l-r.   H.   fer before a decision is reached as' to  was done and  Matsqui  folk are now Thnnmson  of    Pendiland:   ' Rurbank ' ]K)V,  ���������lm.,,   r���������rllicr   the  m-o^m   ,nv  assured of their    electricity    conven- "White   Icicle"   cucumbr-rs.' "nr-nr the pjcsent  go\-  ,e!u't?s- ��������������������������� Sunrise"  (oniafoes.   "Ooid"  .lubilee"  I     P.uL   (be   people  of   Mission   muni- (omaloos. "HuImi and C.o'd"    v:ii-.,t-i-  c-ipality are still as far away as ovor ted  tomatoes,  llydrd   I.enr,'i cucim-  In Kccwr'iig tlie same -convonionnes as br.r.s.  \'-''-ii.-> o������g    plant, ' Pimonloi's.  called  l>r in  the by-law passed some Sweet   White  lomalors:   IIk^' arrive''  years ago and in view of the success '" ���������"'''f"' ''"'l11''" and made a good  .'itt-iiiKid  by Malsqiii council if seems display in one of the .sh^p wbdovs.  lo   be. no   to   Mis'sin   c.ounc'l   to   get       Butter jirices are  easier, although  ���������busy with  lhe  H7c.IO.ll.   in  tin  ef- prices .rem.nin same.  eminent should go with its    railway  development.  rs r.-tXDin.vn-: i-oi; n'omlvatiox  i-fsiEi,  his    seat    in    the' provincial   ������" a slmil!,'r basisas M,lf-s-t������ui-  fort to havti Mission municipality put.       ''"^"'s. Alberta, per case. .$l-l.r������()  to   jay.t night  WlTfTIO ROCK. Sept. -3.���������A branch  of the National   Ube'-al and     ("v-,-  vative Associa'.-'ou was    formed'Uore  $12 no.  The hay market is dull, but h< e'y  .             ,                                                                                   ,,   .,           .             , The  members of  lb������   iW'ifffin?  r-on-i             xw-   nav   uianu-l   ih   (it'll,   mil.   hi   o  to 3 cows, perfect order, a  beauty. ; ^u em order to contest the    riding n���������   flpe   to   be   comrn^de 1    !o   X r   "ortM   to   liven   up   after   harvest   is  ^2,.,.ames    Milsfed. il.  R. No.    2.J at I he coming federal .election.    Mr, ,eal in bringing the Oompanv around   0^''-  a niotatoid.                                                [Calherwood said that he would rath- '^   their   way  of   thinking   ror   the. .'   Potato market off.      Eastern buy-   was present with Senator J.  1"). Tay-  er stav at Victoria'    where he   could co'ml"������ny apparently does not care to  ������''S "ot interested at present  Have a battle of wits with the prem-'"T ������"t;anyT,Pr  t,,fi   olfl   *v���������n*e-'  let; than go to Ottaw^ Che" id not %Te���������Tt*/f^?11? f TnT\  wish to commit himself at present. R  n  l     S S,          "''       C,,R,  The offico   bov  wnte  fn   l,,n,,  if     ., .  ������" 'A',ay   ls'-  ������'   fll'S   year diacelled i              'from  the  ].>��������������� ValU-y  R-poinU  Bakei- needs dough woukl a    Beaver w!t!'������������t -^"ce;. the easting contract'     Earlyi Wednesday morning. Messrs  skin ?  SITUATIONS WANTED���������Competent business woman desires position  .book-keeping'or clerking. Store or  Post Office. Not afraid of work. Ex-  "-"'lent references. Modest salary.  X. Y. '/,. care 805 Vancouver Block,  Vancouver,   B. C. '   il-lfi*  Out On. Bail  "Ld-.-n't need any    speedometer on  A Matsqui    wag says that all one  lias to do in order to start a    fight in  with-M!?s'o-vCity for street lighting, T   Br^dwf!' arrl P,   Hn-'r-'s wpi-e'plri^    and leaving the Com?n-:'csioners to find nr]  v"r\ny an",nt    bv    Constable    Mc  Sovnra! co^d ore ^mnbTs >,re ho--,- , Ways and mGans t0 P^vide for this PonaVl at    (be    inst-'gaOn of    n-v  my ":    f ��������������� easily tell inj^speed."  'M-ru-ht     Ho   VI      ?. I    f        inecessiiry improvement as  best thev Snuad    operators and    charged with !     ''<">'" 0o you do it?"  ~i -sa - --. ;^7K=d'-*-.^i ���������������?��������� - ~ - ��������� itz^^:^1- ������::*:'zu������20 ",,,esa" "our My  when  ol'1'icurs  were    eu:i:-  ted and cotnniitLe;-s for (he    election  oaHipaigu  were named.  'Mr. W. G.    McQuarrie," M.  P.    wlio  1^-r. iinnouu^ed that he    would be    a  candidate for nomination as the Na-  ; t.'onal   Party s standard    bearer    for  | the New  Westminster constituency.


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