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 l.*V~t. J.J.^1. ..." ' XJ.M .,-*.������* n> -UJlW^M j������~ .l������  ^a.*,^- i_vi,^uj-..vMisasjl -���������'M.--."d7������.-WijsU'"j!'''. ,-..���������;-->*.-;*   ..'i-i.,.���������'SVj:i������-s..-s~n/_.u..;J'jr. - f.v������  V  ������4  i  1..  cs:^  _U-i ult>.'*v *-"J"������ .'  i j>i.t>fi***+'& .vjWCti'ii-V^'Jfl!^.  -������������������'��������� X  ��������� -fJ.,<-��������� \y' ul ���������l..rt'^'-  y  >r  . * w-d/-*? 3--''<-^  OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE GRAND LOYAL ORDER OF BOOSTERS  Vol. VII., No.    17.  ABBOTSFORD,   B,   C./'���������FRIDAY, SEPT. 6 1913  $1.00   PER YEAR  We are now taking orders  for the famous  Okanagan  preserving Peaches/: which  will arrive in a few days.  NOW IS THE TIME'.  We handle the Schram and ������-Z  Preserving Jars in all sizes. ;  The Pioneer Store  V  J  PAKENHAM  CUP GOES  AGAIN  TO   COQUITLAM  (*\  For the fourth successive year, tho  Port Cqrjuitlam football team was  successful in dcfending^the'much cov  eted Pakenham cup when they defeated a picked aggregation ' from  Abbotsford and   Clayburn al Mission  v on Labor   Day.  T'ie game, while . not a brilliant  display of' soccer, provided plenty of  amusement for the good natured  spectators who naturally.-did not  export good   football so   early in the  .season.  In .the   first    'half   honors      were  fairly'  even,    both     sides     scoring.  Shortly   after   resumption^  of   play,.  however,   the   boys   from the  City, netted   the ball twice,  their own goal was never in  er.  For the losers Mc Gowan at centre forward was easily the pick  of the fie'd and had Captain  Thorpe worried very considerably at  times  Miller at back, and Tolbcrt outside right, played ��������� their positions  well, Tolbert especially being very  effective.  Prior to, the senior malch tin Coquitlam and   Mission juniors played  to a one goal draw in a fast and  exciting game. The visitors-were a  very much lighter bunch, but what  they lacked in weight they thought  they made up" in aggressiveness and  tne score was a good indication of  tlie ' play   throughout.  DEROCHE ITEMS  Port  while  dang-  Everybody come to the football  dance next Friday. We sure do have  some   good   times   at   the City Hall  Mr. .A, F. Hornc opened the  school ��������� on Wednesday, several new  families having moved(in,,the school  will 'be   well   fil,ed this term.  Tin annual meeting of the Deroche Football Club was held on 27  of August. Mr. J. Cooper was reelected captain, with Mr. C. G.  Cooper as vice-president.  The Derochites are, very anxious to  get their fixture card filled up for  the coming season and secretaries  of other football clubs should communicate with- Mr. A. F. Home,the  seei clary, at Deroche. / .,.  Paiedi-. a big success  ]\!r and Mrs. A, Fi Home return  cd from California last week.  Mrs. and Misses, Trembiay entertained the Deroche, ladies on Monday  ' With , one hundred couples present  Alinotsford's new'^amusement, hall, in  the" recently ' constructed Gazley  blo^k was ' opened ":on Labor Day  withJ^ a grand ball. The opening of  this fine hall, .undoubtedly the best in  the Valley has been anxiously look  ed forward to for' some time ' and  responded, nobly-to Mr. Gazley's invitation to be present at the open-  ing ceremony.Autos:, filled with merry-makers arrived from Lynden, .Sumas, Clayburn, Matsqui and Mission  City  while the   contingent  of  local  dancers turned out en masse. The  music for the occasion .was purely  horn:-:' talent,:'E\sJre'bt's four piece  .orchestra, having' been engaged for  the' occasion,, and never has that orchestra Tendered more acceptable  music! In fact it was a hard mat  fcer to 'get the merry throng to  disperse at 3,a.m. at the conclusion  of   the  home   waltz.  JusV before lunch was served at  twelve o'clock, Mr. Gazley asked the  assemblage to be seated' and then  slatod he -had much pleasure-in call  ing on Mrs. Barrett to name the  new hall. This lady graciously did  naming   it "Alexandria Hall-  Tl'.e new name met with hearty'  applause, all rising and singing of  "God Save tne King" Refreshments  were "then served and after, all had  done justice to the good things pro  vided by Mr. and Mrs. Gazisy, dan  cing was resumed all returning lo  their homes voting the dance the  best ever held' in- Abbotsford and  Abbotsford is -noted for its good  dances���������and wishing Mr. Gazley every success in his new hall.  MT. LEH1IIK ITEMS  Two 'men were badly hurt at Mr.  Cook's sawmill here on Monday last  A Jay named Assage got   both legs,  broken and a young Englishman who  had been at work at the mill only  a , few days got one leg" broken The  both unfortunates were taken ta  the hospital at New Westminster by  Mr. Cox the"foreman.. The Jap .died  wxt day. The other man is doing  well so far-.it is reported. While  Mr. Cox was- away the same day  little girl got two'.of-her fingers cut  off, with an axe  Mis.,' Leonard McDonald, daughter  of Mr.' and Mrs. Robert Coghlan,  died on Friday' after a lingering ill  ness patiently borne for eight month  Most of the settlers around here  attended the funeral conducted by  Rev. W M. Reid.''The'grave was cov  ered with a great many floral tributes of   affection.  Harvesting is well advanced a-  rounu here and oat crops are good  and gotten into the barns n excel-  ent   shape.-  Road work is being pushed ahead  by. Mt. Lehman and his gang in the  southf ~Mr: Marsh and' his gang ia  the west: and Mr. Murdock Gillies  and his gang in the grand pit. No  idle oi unemployed around here.  The Stai-  in  tbe  pro-  - The Lo5'aI- True.Blue Lodge had a  merry 'time on Labor Day when   they  all went a picnic party to .Chilliwack  and   assisted   in  organizing   a  lodge  there.   The   afternoon- was spent     in  various amusements, the most irnpor  tante vent being the baseball "match  the   Abbotsford gents againsj; Chilliwack, but alas ou(   own gents were  on   the   eve of    defeat    when    their  "better halvesj'���������'���������came, to the rescue,  with   the   result  that  Chilliwack  DUCK SEASON NOW ON  Mi J. J. Sparrow is recovering-  from u severe attack of. grip, contracted in Vancouver last week whil  on a business trip. "J. J.��������� states  in a very hoarse voice, that his  illness was contracted in Mission  City while waiting for a train, in  a down pour of rain, but he forgot  to say he was takling orders for  his grain and feed store Avhile out  in   the   Abbotsford   thunderstorm.  The provincial exhibition held  jNew Westminster apart ',from  fun and entertainment'that is  vided, is considered the largest and  most extensile, truly agricultural  exhibition-in the province and "the  agricultural building in which district exhibits are displayed in competition for 'the- famous Dcwar trophy three thousand dollars in cash  prizes is well worth coming miles  4o sec.  Rows and   rows of   fruit, of   veg\et  ables    grains-and   grasses dairy,pro  duec and   every   product of the. farm  ana   garden   of   the best, quality and  variety and  the  very best specimens  that   can   be   obtained are here placed;: od- .view:    v -.  ;;-v    :.-r, . ��������� .,..- .,  'Tin. Fraser Valley, * the -'Okanagan'-'  Valley," the   Cariboo  district;, -fam-  loops and   Revelstoke districts, Vancouver    Island,   the   Skeena    River,'  district and   further north Fort George and   Quesnel were   all represented   last year and   it   is  expected to  have    these   and     many   more    tfiis'  year   send. exhibits.   In   fact    many  of   them   have already expressed the  intention  of   so. doing.  Special attention is also paid tq  the third annual horse show-which  is held in the magnificent new builh  ing, opened last year. ' A splendid  programmrne has been arranged and  many champion horses will" be in tho  various competitions.  Politics, school matters, Mexico's  troubles and other incidentals in'the , Labor  world-s welfare are ancient history  now. The <\ *. +heme f conversation is Ducks, with a capital "D"  Labor Day the shooting' season started and everyone and his dog, and  some without, whom Constable Mr.  Brown had tagged .with a gun license, betook themselves to the prairie the breeding ground for ducks for  the province. A special artist for  the Post is around collecting snap  shots and stories which will "appear  in book form later. Geo. Clark, A.  J. Henderson and W. Copeland are  at present leading the list, while J.  Vanctta stands ;Ir������a;'M looking wise  even Taylor and 'iRiube" are arguing  the point about -which is the better  kind of powder to use. At the same  King's butcher shop is dispensig fresh  meat  as"'.''usual  On axount of Monday last being  Day and a public holiday, no  meeting of the Abbotsford Board  of Trade, but all members are requested to riieet at tne usual place  next Monday night. wheni a number of  interesting questions will be brought  forward.  Mr. Edwards, B. A., arrived in  town last week to take the princi-  palship of the Abbotsford school..  The school trustees are to be con-  congratulated on securing the scr-  ices of Mr. Edwards, as he conies  highly  recommended "from Toronto.  MARRIED���������At the Manse, Abbotsford; B.C. on Monday, Sept. 1st,  by Rev. J. L. ^Campbell Miss Gerald  ine Wilkie of Kamloops, B.C. to  Mr. Roxbough Richmond, of Hunting  don, B. C.  FOOTBALL ������N OPENS  The football season opens in Ab-.  botsford on Saturday when Glen Val  ley team will try conclusions with  the Abbotsford team on the home  grounds. The Abbotsford team will  be represented as follows j Liddell,  Hayes,. Gillette, Gough, Kickbush, C  H. Harrop, McGowan, Salt, Lloyd,  Heath and Fermor (captain)  In the evening the local boys  will entertain their guests at a  smoking concert in the new Alexandria Hall. The committee in  charge arc arranging an elaborate  programme, interspersed with light  retrcshm cnts.and a good time is  guaranteed.  ine new saw-mill of Hill-Tout  and Anderson are installing an up-to  date ledger with a variable friction in  a specially of manufacturing ties  their saw mill. As lh;s firm make  for railway construction this new  machine will be valuable acquisition  to their plant. The firm has just re  ceived a, contract from the C. P. R.  for ties which; 'will keep them bus.  ily   engaged for   the next six months  &^^im3^^m^.m^t!^^^T9^M^i THE    ABBOTSFORD   POSt  ASBOTSi^ORb,   B.   C.  =*,-  lv���������.   r��������� *."ss ������y--*���������.i^L-^2^Sf>  the interests oJpAbbutsi',ord ind  THE ABBOTSFORD POST.  Published Every Friday by The Post Publishing Company.  A weekly Journal deutttled ,g *   pounding district.        JS$$ * '*  Advertisiiig^^ilest,i^<')^ 1<  LEGA^AMEIglSfiG-         .   8 #pts a lii^t'oMU &ft.semmiil consccutivMijilk-wunravs  OutfiShibJ'^BSth-^Ieiwr JoMjior agin the wfcDvefiinienta  ifornia,   that the.,vital  question     of  'tlie   day in this   province has aclual-  4$$ on applicapr.    t   ^ &,   . ffi    l  -Kpjents per li:i& 1^ first j$isei$!a?t)i|f  T_ ^r4|kion,s||  '"Hi    K*St   -Jm     i- ~" F& ���������     ,,      few     IS? M  mh-igNeirafer -joMjior agin the Sfcoveni  tUXlll        ������������������l^gjji ill    ������HI>i       i-imAi������4>< MJVilil) I ii      I    I JIllK.li mi  rjdVjimm (jtiljlji  Friday,   S||t. 5,  1913   - -.  ly  be'n   included  in ������ the subjects irn-  . .v.   ... _, - - .   J&  deir  Mascussion  in   t|fif cabinet  coun-  jcil  ljbom   SI (attaw;$/AccMcU8&    t*^  ..the EMlawa. Cilimi&whicfiSis fiarli  jprjilarp-^ informed,  IJLLING  on vour boot strjaps  THE MARKET  Notwithstanding the fad't-'t  in id harvest   season    anil   it  SJ-3K  ���������'that thiiT  w'ai'  is lnnlluirvest, season  hardly lo be expected that there  would be a a big turnout! of farm'-,  ers with their produce-,-&V"Ui&\.ci.lY'  nnuket on Friday last, by ton* o'.1  clock in both numbers and quantity  market was at least up , to lhe average.     ^  An.ong   the   people from   the country who.r.:iisc .���������the;:inarket-to-.gcl     in  touch - with  their cily cousins in direct   trade   were  seen   many      faces  "���������-^thg*-.Avere in ihe stalls, last -week.  L;jA;l|a. jLhcrc jw.erc new-; faces'. iFur-lljor  v niVre   quite *a.'number 'of  Ine "fades  one'" saw   last 'week  "and- !thc   week  be|pre -wc-re njissiug. ^. -,<, , , ^  when liht'crvicivcjd    dh! Hhi's'' ^phase:  of' the 1ha;rketLsome !bf thi 'country  housj   wives said-that-they could not--  find   it .proJUaiblc  to, attend     everv  -    week, foi)' thei^r^dson that their offer  ings wcekfy \^o,u?'d > bff f'too      small  Others   again   did -not  come     every,  week  because   they   could  nol  spare,  the   time   from "farm home duties.  r.    Rut.'thercw.ere .-those..who ap.prcc-.  ..{jjiate lhe   vialufi-.to,.theirjse,vcs, of being  .-,'femil.iai-),-,figures,,in ,th& ,sta U.   They  ������������������,s.ay,,.ljyMhcing   qii.  han.d,,evei;y mn.rket  hj^aytjli.ey ,.,are,,f,.ablelVlo pslabMsh.,..,   a  -;itrad/j.~.willi. -thp .Jj.ouscwive.s^pf, New,  -i)Ve,stminst������jr    .who-:,, wish,,, to   (t-rade  -,,W-ilh|,-spmeonc,ion,, whose,,��������� wares, ,thoy  ,, ran, depend,, ,fpr,, .qiuality.. ., They . (feel  .'j.that _ this..; -is   the .real, object of" ilic.  . city   market���������the making of a connec  tion with the   producer and the con-  .r.s.utccr.. Th.ey, say  that it pays, .them ,  .^wejl^fhcv. soon, have regular    weekly  ....customers a .mutual advantage.  .,.,��������� Tbci^e., was   lit^e .change" in prices  " yf.f an'-  .sort   of   farm  produce from  last   week.   Duller      remained ' the  same, that   is 40   .cents .  perpound.  ,.,.^gg.s s.old .generally, at 45' cents,'   ,  .-!c There   was not nearly   so   manypo  .,la toes consjgned, this week as   ' last  11 ^    ' - '  '   f ** ������    ���������      ^        Ot   / f i, VJ V. . ,-,,   , , J   ;  Uimo&'^w 5s   ri'ilTiwa-by Ih'if.prac-  jr:,ii;;-:e'&i!uL!on of   iraitsaclio^sil^Lhc  real-v.jeslale   ajKl. ���������*by/:an'A'-i(5ii(h'ih'oiis'.  ������il i i%r-'if ^ke ^ in V''i������y i lVu nfe1'!-. l^iiil iii.a ?::" fu-.i  'cndt-iit.aih-fi/5f ' is .diflifruM? -'tci'' 'ftUWcct?  '.' .'������������������- "'���������> "-'ii "���������"���������" '    ���������    ��������� NX.  accounts'.-' Advertising���������has -fallen��������� ofV-  al   U-asl forty  ])cr   cent,   nd      there  is   very   .little   money   available  for  new   enterprises; 'so  we  call  '  these  "dull   times."   On   the   other' 'hand  "lh".':re'--''a're   almost  if not. quitor;'������ -as  many'mo tor x-ars running - a roiind'; all  placed"' of" 'laniusenjiVnfc',' are   packed;  the   poorest   theatrical company play  ,lo gopd j houses, .and, l.he(',bcsl., ,     is  packed to.  capacity..  This.week. Sav  .*        (-��������� 111;      ���������      ;        / ���������    j     jj     I' .i   ,\j ,\<,      )  .agj'.'.-. splendid .production of "Everv  -   ������    ''' - -     ��������� - ri    ' *     ''- -*        '���������'   ! -     .' f^     *'    *  ^ycmaii" has .taken   in  $.1S,000      ,in  ,.VancouvcTfi  On .Saturday.:.last r, over  $100;000 wa's wgcrcd-at-Minuro' park  On'r' women 'folk-'are' as"'wbll dressed  as'   usual," if   not'   fo tlie'same extent  ���������'���������   ������������������   i    ��������� .v      ...... .-���������;.,,    ��������� />      ,.;,  AI   garden   parlies   and   dances   few  lad'.cs   T,year,., the ^ ,samc,,. ,drcss   t)\;jicc  so   there  must be. a low dollars, rleft,  in   the-old city. Yet'there arc"    to--  Any   in   Victoria  many "hundreds' of,  '���������������������������������������������< i.     . .    ,������;.  ,    i.i    , .i i       ,i       '   ���������  men  out   of   emplovment and yet of  ���������  .[ ���������   ���������    i ���������   .'���������   i     -. ������������������/..   i.. -      .       i,,    l  these at, least ninety .per  cent,     are,  .wiling .workers.,  The , Week   knows'  "pt,isipCoPnbiI|  wa considerable   trouble and not     a  liUl*it anxielv   these   days.-  "TJic~strike- roI-.,4.he���������coal-...^.miners  " lhe  cn,e aged, the ..bC$t,aJLtontion'  of A  departmenl ^pf,;ilabor ��������� all    summer^/  ��������� ,r     ' >.^���������''i���������V-t���������, r '    . ***'''* %^\  \ii'ii(l .'made, itf.ccs'sarv  or  desirablei^i1'-  ig  Crothers.  "Ihrce    or,   four   weeks ago     the  arrival" ill "lhe "coast" of " J'apa'iicsc,'  junks,  with-1 .Jiapanese' who  were in-  le'i>b-' iipoii',-evhdii^g< - the- i-mmigration  laws., gave,, rise ���������tocojisidej-able,.cou-  in  Uy'  port' iiiatf ' -two   .-Japaii'cscj  ollir-ialt.' as envovsp'of- thev^mikado'si  goveiivinen  t, -.arc .now.  on��������� the  coast!  sluciviiik iconldition's-'j aiid \ talking into  account' BritiHh"-",(5(j'liinibia senlimenti  wills 1'cgard-to-, tho oA.sialic immigrii  ^uy- a sq|  if1?.;'  v^^feRBtiiliiElJv%bb&ford, B. C.  I  l''':''ir::"r"' . ��������� Abbotsford  ;    Livery, Feed and Sales -Ni-ame*"^  lion.  "The Oir^ciitrfl'jprbljjem presents itself into air c^ilai'lly* ' iinportaiit and  scan el y less disturbing light, with  the action of the Hindus of British Columbia' who"arc preparing to  driv-t'.:;a-.canrh and^ui-x Uixough:-7 lhe  iiyjnigratjiqn.laws by ch.ir-lerjpg ,'.,_ ,aj  direct  steamshjp service.' r, ,j|  "^"Thc.'latW" phiusc of 'ilie Asiali6:  lqucstiOn,,i.s iiiowr'J cingagihg the "close!  altiGiiti'Oii bV the \government; an-d"taH  keniall'ogetilier:,j.,the Dp.miniojiigov.ern4  incii/V.j.s giving   closer,.attention  :ria.  When^y.p^reqiiirev;a ppmfqr.hible ri^;  one that "feels- good ^nd" looks "good;  ring up  W  one   man,-- a   first-class- English..car- ' present lo the Pacific coast and it  'pentc'r   Of,"thcl:best' character, !who  applied' for' work 'oh a "certain''job  in   the  city   this week and   was tu.v  ncd clown, .,with /the remark,., tluvt a  ^gre-it.<.many-more '-than.. 1550.   ..had  applied   and   been    refused'r---Yrt:sans  of every' kind are out of "employ-  (en-iJlo}-mcnt,_ .to   sav nothing, of pfd-  ha,i;y laborers; (At-tjic ..same,, time  ���������there-,arc. .hundreds of,.Dagos,. China  man v problems tnan ever in the; past  ;   p.'- -liw"  )      '/���������   .-.f   - i������ b. .'j.: :  ���������MAKE  IT.A;WHITE MAWS'  ,,-.  ,,;,,-    .,     .;    ,:,    ��������� ,���������    . cCO^T-RY  '���������''   "������������������!>. ������������������!    w.)-.'! ~:.-. ,-.,.,        ,..,, , (  "Mate il a   white man's country!" !;  Is  ever the hue and cry, . !  'From- tlia:jchiitt who- roll's' rih 'tlie1 'glit  :"        tor, ^     ���������������������������������    L- .-������������������-;  ���������'���������Is  ever  lhe ��������� goal we seek,    ���������'-���������������������������.:{  ���������Fronr'-the sta'tesmafi who'.rules of  1   ' Liarlv.   "��������� ��������� -1    ������������������������������������������������������' ..''    ������������������ ������������������ ���������-������������������-  ���������������������������'��������� i  President/Chas. Hill-Tout   Secretary, S. A/Merley  .    ? of Abbotsford, B. C  V5?w  ..   ,    ���������  S       B        i"    ������...  Me.etin^ HeldFirst Monday of Each. Month j  -. Write the secretary regard ing manufacturing sites j  with unexcclied-shi^ing-facilities-and cheap power |  or lnformation.^ardingjjhe facm and fruit lands of j  1^ the district, and industries .already established.       j)n  men "and- ether aliens-'Slcadily    --al  work   six   days   in   the  week.   It is  ..and  the- price was  in  the neighbor  .,hood,pf 75(ccnts, bVj the sack,  there  about time something   was done     tq  J""   * '       fi^stA1'^. ���������v,']}.^}i w.P,rk   thoro, is    ' for  Britirh..subjects.,. Is ���������also.:tim.e    . for  the labor-organizations  to- consider'  ^.bein^^a /ittle .variation���������'for quality  ...  ;,OiLeri, .vegetables with the' .'i.Ivi",.j,e  ���������-of   tfio, season    were    rather    I'.'cr?  V   ��������� " '   ' ". '1.1 ��������� , . '  r ... I   |  .^plentiful, than  formerly, ( but     there  was   only a slight change  "in"   the  p;ice.     "      ''" " ' v    "'.''"    ' '  I h;T.hcrC;.(was,,   a fairofTering" ofv'd'rqss  vfi;I, poultry, and,good prices were had  , wiihout .difficulty.     In the live'pout  ;itr^(rriarket, which is   mostly whole1  ,risa}ej  trading    was    brisk-,' 'Chinamen  being in as much' evidence in "'"the  whole   sale   price was 'i$"to 22' cents  The purchase "of" odd"'live birds   by  how "far they "may have' contributed  to ihe"' invasion "of "alien's and''"the  unen.ployment of British subjects by  thei-:, o.w.n . reasqngble ..demands, ,and  finally-.-it. is- quite time -that Cah-  'a'dian' la'Uor undertook to organize- iV  self'an'd' get" rid" ol" tlie'domination  of American unions whose; -policy is  ���������largely- responsible :for the present'  of' affairs,'-. .-.,.!.  Westminster   marketers    .was   small ....  j   4i      -* i    -l ii      "condition  ann*r4he prt'^s-a.rnved������at--'������vras thro .,,  dickering.        r- ... \ I, . ' ~  Many   more..apples were on the mar ^R^TlSH  COLUMBIA'S'"  ..i Jcetiithis.i.wcpk, .brought in.frprn ncur  .--by.-, orchards and ,by boat from P'oit  i ������Langlcy.'' These -found , r.ead.y..sale , at  ,,.,g9od.,,pric,es.,II.Among, the, apple .o.IJer-  ..,ings,.were..s,ome qnoice..,Red. Astraq'h-  ������������������iranfi.T  . -, . ,,i   -r     ..... .-     ���������;!  -(There,. ���������was ,a. good, .showing, v).f f sh  - ��������� eveiy-:Treasqn)able..|Sort���������with   little  change���������=iiirtheiprice...in dhe week.ex-  ncenl, iu ,sockeycs,rw,hi,Qh are now   off  ercd byi:thc fish... Last, .week r;they  ^wcrc.Qffercd at 2.5, cqnls cach.,,Tp-  ��������� day.,.,Hic  cannenps   are, paying "lliis  rtp,i;ic ���������.'.(. so the   market has, gone   t baek  f.to   jthc, per  pound, rate,...There,, are  verylittle   pork  .offerings,  but.,, veal  offerings   were, good both in quantity  and   quality.  in ,.Jn./thc-Jlor.a(l(j.sec.tion,, there was an  ._exceptionally   gopd^ display, _ both jof  potted,,plants and  cut 'flowers.     Of   mem.      has ..struck, the.first, blow.  ,41ic   latter   there were large qtianti:  -ties  ol- asters���������fine.; ones,     loo���������and  "PROIJLE lI.-3  _.. Geographically, as well .as politically the--province of -British Columbia  occupies   the    same "relation-lo -'its  federal government as does the stale  of   uamor.nia ������'to    Washington.   Its  >    ,     <-r.i        ,1..'; ,,.    .      ������     ....      |  problems arc .identical wi.lh . those of  California-and as in the case , 'of  that -slate -its attempts to legislate  for 'it's"own" happiness'a'ml Ultimate  safety have all ' been cold-shouldered  and turned down. The tide, however   so   long against   the people ' of  the Pacific   Coast,   ' now   shows un-  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������   ������������������.���������(,., .,     . ,i  iiiistakable   signs   of   turning-.'' Calif-  ornj.'   backcd<by   its, central; govern  .lots  r:VTC  , , asters���������fine'  ones,  of.   sweet  Tt'  weet peas.  ���������Ml nil1, -,  'are-'passing through, says'    tne  It io now-the lurrr-of-British Got-  imihiii., or-rather .Canaha.-j Hitherto  wc: have, had no, support, from the  peoplf --of- tne-������astern -provioces, '.but  we arc- glad ^.to   learn says an    .Ox-  yiclpria. Week,  what  for   lack of   a  ,,,.be,t,U'r^ p|irafscvt Auvy  be . called  ",dull chsnge; thanks" tb "the people of Cal-  To make it-Christian and moral;'-';  ���������So'down   wit-lr the-O'rh'nlal  -������������������.���������������������������'���������������������������]  Out 'with-the stalwart  Sikh: , --:j  Let-in--"ihe dusk-y Dago.   '    ���������  '';  These are the men to-work,--   - :i  i  The scum of Southern. Eu'rope;    ''     )  TJic 'Bulgarian and the'Turk: '���������      '/  'Anj thing-(-hat is ��������� :riot'- yellow ������������������' -  -  ;!  "' -M'-d-y come  ;to us day and'night, - ' \  He may knife 'his chum in the- alley,  '  But���������keep ��������� the- country  white!      '  So   welcome to "thes 'bur 'brothers'?'  Followers' I 'mean,  Of"Him'we love tb"honor,1      ".Tlio'gciitle N'aza'rene        ���������:������������������_������������������������������������  To View ' the "smoking1 horhesleads ���������  '' About "the'mine's to-day  ''*'  '  'As "the'bomb' falls in the utlrsery '  Where*"the children romp and play.  List "to  the wailing-'women; '  Sec babies'dumb'.with fear, " " "  Anl   fathers broken and beaten  By   the   men we welcome   nere.  ' ..i.      .. i. ..        i  How  do the yellow races  View   the shameless sight?  Whju  do they think we compass  By keeping th'e'courttry while?  Bii-te    from   the ranks of labor,  Who revel in blood and flame,  i  (When  the'victim's aire defenseless.)  -   Christian aiid  "white,"  byname.1'  'Merciless as a tiger,  A blot'on the "virgin soil,    '    ',  Who dares to "wield his pick axe    \ \  Willi   the honest son  of  toil."   " '  i  In the dusk'he will   knife his   neighbor. " ���������       "  To  the land a blight 'and pest."'  Who: jeers at a Sikh'or Hindoo'"    '' }  For Ihe'niedal on his breast'    "'' ,  Who fears "the ;Jap at his duty' " ,  , Cleanly alert and bright. ��������� r ���������:  So' birtng in a few more cargoes;    >  Wi: are keeping   the country white!  ���������Willi apologies 'to the pbc'ti Laur-  ���������������������������"; eate of Victoria "Week.  '���������Mis. ' W. -IL'Stratlon will receive  at her home Hatzic, -Wednesday', Sept  10th from 3.-until'C. '        ;  13 acres libout  3-4 of a mileMfrom centre of town,-  house barn  and chicken -house, abo.ub  100 fruit  trees and all kinds of small fruits    At reduced  price.    Good terms. - i  J:4 section,' situated on:Yale .Road, half mile east - of town?  -" =' WOFcut-and sell in "lot's of any size^anted-.-fronL-Liiv.e  -   :acreS'up. - Price reasonable, ter-ms- goodr. m -1.  . i   i.  V"' 'Insurance 'that -Insures���������  ""���������"��������� '���������->'  ��������� '"     !-���������������������������- . -.!<,.     ���������-, ;         il,. . ,...-,       ..,���������.     ,  !  For terms and 'particulars" :    "    ���������  "  ',!' ���������   '������������������ ;  -.r-'  A .''  ������������������'-'��������� f   ... r      ; ,.        J,.     ... ..t.,     ....  e  -r>l  ������ummer rasnions  ������������������1913 STYLES  0  ������  ������������������  A choice; selection of goods to choose from  . Practical;Ladies' and Men's :,:  '"".' "-Tailors  ���������;/ !'- ^ -���������--���������-'. ���������..,'r'iJ."*  i  Hi  I  ^1  1  ���������4  ������?���������  ivi  I   *l  rv'J  i  i  I  'i- ^���miSs^si^
i*iiiH*-rf-lit-Ji:����*WiJ����t*VihJi.��tfe*MiS
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RUBBER
.u
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We want just'as much* of theoshoe tiifdVubBsf Oradfe' of'truVtowfr
as we camget.. W& want yjour trade and your whole family]s trade...
Wc have always sold goods that were worth the money, and
Matsqili Agricultural
��� 33.'Geese,   male ��� : ' ....  1.00     .75
34.      "      'female    .'...-.. ._._.....__: ._^.. J.00     .75
35.' Ducks, i'eklii, male'ainr'feihale '..777 ..".'   "75     ."GO"'
da I .�� ��, ,       ��, ���   '   t ��' J-��u.v,no,    4  v; 11.111,    mam    UI1I1    LUUliWU         .1') .UU
. . Korliculiural Association ^ i;i r��jjWM^
38; Rabbits, best pair  '.....' 5.
PRIZE U5T,   1913
89. Hen eggs, best 12, white
40. Hen- eggs,-best' 12;'brown 50
41., Turkey ,eggs, best. 12  ���  .50
...  v. .,.i
.5.0     ,25
25'
25
25
we intend to keen right on doing if.
Uur whole stock has been picfce
V,
pickedror Equality.   For instance,
GRANBY RUBBERS
. 1Bfefl h,��i��'?i1L,W0N;,;:-i^. I Ta'iU!
are one of our specialties. Anyone who, knows anything about
the rubber business in Canada knows what this brand stands for.
It stands for value, for service, for satisfaction. No competitive
bratfd has the same reputation. 7 (\- ,
Granby Rubbers were made" for-wdar���to look weH baoideo--.
ut.wear, it is on this they have made their wonderful reputation.
The finest materials, the most, skillfulSvorkmVn.'ancf a totorfr
pride in the product^ thal's a combination that'rliala^o^beitt1
Try us on "any kind of footwear.   \^e keep only tlie- best.
:':''v;^GEO?CCLM>!/'"^
r. ABBOTSFORD,: B..Q.
Jft��' ������']'���<��� ,
.<^i
7. ;    DIVISION  A.���HORSES." ,i
���     '   Heavy Draught,'1500 Lbs. and Upwards.   '
Class: ���    .- -1st.'   2nd.
.1.)Brood iriare, with foal at foot ..' :'.$5.00- $2.50
2.; Colt,, two years, gelding or filly.....'...:. 5.00    2.00
3.;Colt, one' year,' geldmg or filly ...-.'"...'....- 3.00
4.-Suckling foal   ...'. -.-. ' -...'.. 3.00
5.; Span horses, rnares or geldings in harness 5.00
-.      -   , Agricultural.
G.[Brood bare, with lbal al foot '  5.00
7. Colt, two years, gelding or filly  5.00-
8.'Colt, one'year, gelding or filly.. ...��� .". 3.00"
!).;SucklinE   foal    .. 7........, '. 3.00
10.-;Span horses, mares or geldings, in harness-5.00
.-    ' Roadsters. ,
1.1. J Brood' mare,  with, foal  at  foot- ..,...'.���.. 5.00
12.-Colt, two  years, gelding or  filly...  5.00
L3. vColt, one year,, gelding or filly '3.00
I.4. Suckling   foal   .....' '..'  3.00
lo.  Driving team,, in harness. ,:....- '.  5.00
16. Saddle  horso   .....: ' ���....���   3.00
17    Vtenvy draught stallion, pure bred 10.00
18.-.Roadster   stallion,  pure   bred 10.00
ii). Single driving, horse in harness. .7 .'   5.00
DIVISION  B.���CATTLE.
11 Short Horn.
,'���   .--   .-   ,, (Bulls only, to bo. pure bred.)      ">r '
1. Bull, pure bred, 2 years old and upwards.$5.00 $3.00-
42. Duck eggs, best)12/ ! .-.-.���.������. .v.-.-'. .���'.���;���/���. .'v.: .50"-^:25'
(Each competitor or exhibitor must show his poultry in coop 30 inches long, 20'inches 'deep', '24-'irichW
high, ^vitli  2-inch  m'eslr poultry .netting..front.)..
.-.i ��
DIVISION  G.���DAIRY PRODUCE
2.00
2.00
-2.50
2.50
.2.50
2.00
���2.00-'
2.50.
2,50
2.50
2.00
2.00
2.50
?.00
' 5100 '
5.00
2.50
AND  HONEY.
::'r...:$3.00"$1.50-
.,.50,
1.00
".SO
1. 10:lb., Crock .Dairy, Butter-
2. 1  lb. Private Dairy Butter , ....-..;, ...���<%>
3. 5 lbs. Private Dairy Butter"".'.'7 .'. 7..'. . 2.00
4.' lToney in ,'EOmb; 3 sections ���.-.-���::���:���. .-.-.: '.'.':'. 1.00
5. 3 lbs. ,12xtracted7Honey.,., %,v<_.: ^LOA
...   DIVISION H.���VEGETABLES.
Celery, red, 3    '.'.V'.'.'V.''..'.'. \'.'.'.. '.
Celery, white, 3  -	
Cauliflower," 2   ..'.' '..'	
Cabbage/  round,-   2 .".'.; T . . "���'. :'.. .
Cabbage,. pointed,   2....,'....... .....,...-. |
.50.
% ."50"'?
,-..50 ....
.50
:z5-
.25
25
'* ft u i* '* *"' ^' '
����B-
-1 V'4lWX
* tt it-   ��(,- V-   fr   ,
T.
A.
caaBBlJ^-aBamiA
[���r-r*'
0.1 t j
M\�� <
"sABB"5TSP��rRD,"B. C   ;"''
Strictly.; firskcla��gJin^Y.e^
sipeked with the best of--wines, liquor and cigars,
RATES,   $1:30  TO   $2.06  PER   DAY
\
���11
J, HENDERSON & SONS
PROPRIETORS
5.00
3.00
3-.00,
2.00
2.66'
5.00
,-uT'
;r.r;,,
feUTC^HEW
���i\-
irt.
..-*.?
2. Bull, pure' bred;'under' '2 years ..'	
3. Cow, 'any  age   ... r.-...-.....!.. .������. ...-���....
4.'Heifer    ' :.'.	
5 5. Calf   	
Holsteins.   .
G. Bull,-.pure bred, 2-years-old and upward.
7. -Bull,.pure bred, under 2 years	
8. Cow, any age   ' '.<���.	
0. -Keifor   .. .: '.-. ';.'..
.0. Call: :., -	
Jerseys;.
1. Bull, pure bred,' 2'years old and upwards.
2.-' Bull, pure bred,' under 2 years .': : , 3.00
3. Cow,. any  ago : ' 3.00'"
14. Heifer-    -. .'   2.00
Ln. 'Calf   .....-:.......' -.  2.00-
Herefords.
-. (Certified pedigrees to be produced for thor
'; , . oughbred bulls.)   ���
jl6. Bull, pure bred, 2 years old and upwards. 5.00
3.7. Bull, pure bred, under 2 years .....'  3.00
iS. Cow,  any  age  3.00
10. Heifer    ���: :. .���   2.00
20. CaJf.   ...... t .2.00
Guernseys. .      .i ,,
21.-Bull, pure bred, 2 years old and upwards.5.00
22. Bull, pure bred   under 2 years-..-.  3.00
���28. Cow,  any  age'  3.00
24. Heifer    .' '. '.'. ^2;00-
25. Caif ' .......: :..:-.; "::;.:., 2.00
' "'' Ayreshires.       -
2G. Bull, pure bred, 2 years- old and upwards ."5.00"
27. Bull, p.ure bred, under 2 years ...'.,  3.00
28. Cow   any age   \' .'-. '.'.. .3.00
-29>-Heifer    '....' . .l. . :v. .,2.00
30,'Calf   ..i -..���.- v....  2.00
I Graded   Dairy  Cattle
Class. " 1st-
31.,'Cow-' :...'.....:..'..; '.V../.:.:.". 3.00
32J Heifer, 2 years ...- ..'..;../.-..-.���  1.00
33. 'Heifer,  ,1   year  r.00"
34.' Calf    .-..'.-. ". ..,.-... 1.00
'   "-    *       DIVISION   C.���SHEEP. ���-. -'.-,���
;-.'������-*��� '  ,  ..1st..
3.00 2.00
3.00 2.00
2.00- -J.00-
2.0.0    LOO
3.00
2:00
2.00.
.1.00
3.00
3.00
2.00
2.00
���r.oo-
3.00
3.00
2.00 ;
2.00
1.00
1.00
3.00
'2.00'
2.00
1.00-
. 1,00..
'3:00
2.00
2.00
3.00
'1.00
.2nd.
2.00
'.50
.50'
.50
2nd.' .
l.;>Ram, two shears and over
.$2.00 $1.00
Pbrk, Mutton, Keef, Veal, Pork Sausages/ Weinies
and Balogna always on hand. '   Fish every Thursday
t
*
*
First-class Work' Furnished'.by Experienced
"��� WoYkrl^lKT^~^rEstimI^
VW^J
���r
r. .,     . . :. .
Ofd Creitmet-y Did.
1?|o.
v 1 1 :
. is t ��
*\s\i
,j
Abbotsford, 13. C.   ��j.
^ .  1  .    i. .;....* ���t  ... ....%.��.n/    -.       .,<*}���
Mr.' Henry Routley.and Miss Juan
|iit��f#illard ol HQi#��QQflpi#la]in<vcrc
married in New Westminster on' the
tilth  of   August.
��� Mayoi" Jnmes' Ma'ryV     of' Coquit-
ani,   has   returned   from  a �� pleasant
on- Vancouver  Island.
j - ���������:������  -., >   ,.. . .i��
ops  will  contribute  a     dis-
FRASER'-VA-LLBT  l^EWS' ITEMS.   .<*��<!& Exhibit /to  the  New-Westinins-
, . , stcr..fall exhibition ..th'is year.    .
Government ������ analyst,'! in ' his report      Ncw   Westmins'tcr' is  better  light-
to   the:.-mp;aicai.hcaltft:-|Officur-at;Cliil.v
Pure . ������"'    . ��� ������'    ".'*:-   V ," 'I returned.
HARRON  BROS.
Embalmers and Funeral Directors
Vancouver, Office   anc'r chapel���'
1-034 Granville, St;,   .;��� phone 3480'
Kortk^Va-ncouver,, Onnja     anq,;
Chapel���116 2nd St.-^Phoiie 13iJ.
sojourn
*   ���    t
any Eastern city off its,size,
miVmm6vhoum%i%
from   a   ti^jp   to   the  east
2>Ewe  two shears .and over./..,  2.00    1.00
3.' 'Ham, "shearling     2.00    1.00
4j Ewe,   shearling    ;  2.00    1.00
5.' Ram   lamb     1.00      .50,
6.' Ewe lamb    1.00      .50 '
7.' .Three*ewes'1' (pen)  ..���.,. ���.���,".��� /'.,.^.....'; 1.. 3.00    2.00
8.' Onerti&m-v and three ieyes-' differerit'l'a^es
!i(in   pert)     ".  5.00
DIVISION   D.���PIGS.
Ber^kshires.     ..   ^
i; Boar,.- p.urer bred,-;any; age ,. :>..: $4.00- $2.00
2. Sow, any age  .. Z. '  4.00    2.00
SJ "Sow  and   litter     4.00
11 'Yorkshire'andr Chester White.
4. ;Boar,.pure^brecLfany age.  4.00
5. !So\v   any   age   ...'  4.00
6i 'Sow' arid -' litter    /'..:......... -.'���:'.:.. 4.00
Any Other Breed.
/
2.00
2.00
���2.00
2.00
2.00
"Boar, pure bred, any age ..: 4.00
81'jSow,  any  age    '.,4.00
9. ;Sow  and   litter    '. ".].. 4.00
lOMSpring store pig, 8 months old, any breed. 4.00
1'        f --?���-DIVISION. E.���DOGS.' "���     *
li^coiiie t��6g ........;:.('.::.::.v..'. ?i-.oo ���
jRetriever
:Pointer   .
2
3 _
4. -jSetter   	
5. -Hound.   1	
DIVISION  F.���POULTRY,
'��� (All classes of poultry.to -be: composed .of; one
1 male  and two females.)    >
2.00 -.
.2.00-
2.00
2.00'
1-.00 -���?
.50
1.00
.50
1.00
.50
1.00 ���
.50
1.00  -
-.50
~-Jh .Plymouth 'Rock, Barred .:.-...::.'���.-.; $1.00 ?
'2.-.'      " "       Buff    1.. 1.00-
3.-'    " "       White   : , .1.0.0. ,
4. -Leghorn,   S. C.  Brown ��� ' ^. 1.00
5:--     "    -S. C. Buff  j.."i:oo
6;-'       "        S.  C- White    '..-1.00
7!I        "        R... C: other  variety    I.. 1.00
8:{Wyandotte,  White    .J..1.00   .
9j|   -      " Silver    ���!���. 1.0"0
10; [Minorca,   Black   ...' 1.00"
lliJLangsham,  Black    .';.. 1.00
12,!Rhode   Island   Red   ., - .-... J.. 3.00 .,
13. j Cochin?- ;any"xvariety.u ':....'..    .75
14;: Brahams,  Light   .'..    .75 ' '
J5;iAndalusians, J31ue  ..< j..    .75
16;iSpanish,   Black    ,'..    .75
Harry' Mu?se^l7"a'wwT!^^rrr^^^n^T��Hf^,*^^ twingHsemreed
n   of Chilliwack was,?killed;b^    V front   of   the   Mental   Hospital
iau   of
tram   in  New Westminster
at
Essondale.
17.'Polish,   Golden
18; i Polish, any other. variety'	
19f' Hamburg,   Golden   	
20j'; Hamburg, Silver ���	
21;,' Orpington, Buff  	
22;;Dorking, Colored  	
23;-Game, Brown Red ...	
24,'<Game, any other' variety
25';?-Java   Mottled  	
26'.rDominq,ue; ���...,.	
V.: Bantam, best pair 	
21.. Guinea Fowl, best pair
.75
.75
..75
.75,
.75
:75
.75' ���
."5
.75
.75
'.50
.50
ir-'-itt^O.' Turkey, male, brown   .*.. 1.00
of  30.       "       female, brown   1.00
31. "      male, any variety 1.00
32. "       female, any other variety  1.00
.75
.-75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75",
.75
.75
.75
.75 ���
..7.5.,
.50
.50 '
.50
.50
.50-
.50
.50 ..
.50
.50 '
.50'
.50
.5,0.
.50
.50
.25
..25.
.75
.75
.75
.75
1
2
3
4. Cabbage/ round,- 2 ;���;.;: . :r. :'.. .'. "; .o0 "'.25"
5. Cabbage,. pointed, 2. ...,'....... .....,...-. t. .5.0 ���25 \
(i. Cabbage, red, round, 2...-..- 50  .25
7. Cabbage,'.'rod,' pointed, 2. .-;���. ..'. .':" :. .".���.:-.'���' .0tJ""*".25"
S. Cabbage, savoy, 2...:  ���. ,.50 ���.2C-i-
,.,.,
9. Carrots, T'i'ed,' short,
30. Carrots, rod, 1-2 long, 5.-
3 1.  Hoots,  .1-2   long,  .'{ ,
32. Beets,   turnips,   3 ',
"13. Citron;   2'. V. ...'.:
-34. Pumpkin,   2.-. .v. .'	
.50
-.50
.50
.60
.50
/.
35. Squash, .2 ."'.'.'/: .. .'.".".'.".'.". ...'" .50
l'fi. Vcaretable   marrows,   2.-.-.-.���.-.-?-.. s-.- .-.->..-.
17. Onions, ' red,   5	
38. 'Onions,"��� wnite,   0:'!..'..'.'.'. ~~.7.'.'..'.".'..'
39. -Onions,   yellow, ��� 5. .;.. .-,......-.-.. . -..'. .-.v
20. Collection of onions . .- '.. . .,
21. Onions, "pickling,   1   qt.'.!'.':.'.'/.. ?.".T. .'"
.22. Parsnips;   5.... -. .. *.-- ,...-. .^ 4/. ...
23.' Turnips,   5. ..'	
21.' Tomatoe's"   5.'.''. .'...'. V::'..'.'.. :':*.'"'.'
.25
:25"-
,25..
.25
.25r
50....,?5 .
.25.
-^.���50   -<-.2f/.-.
.50     .25
.5'0;'""!25 '
.-50"' !.25;":
50      .25 ,
\2&
���.25��
���' 251 'Cucumbers,'". 5. .".".':'."..', ,,. ......
���-2G.-. Cucumbers, -pickling,   12'.	
-. 27. Corp,   5 ....-. . . ......'.-..':���:-:���.<���:'
28. -Rhubarb,"  5    '..	
29. Lettuce,   2   ..".. .'.'.':'.'..'. '.*
������ 30. Green-. Beans,- in' pod,' 12 ���'.-;-���. .-.
31. Wax Beans,  in   pod,   12	
32. Green peas, in pod,  12!......'.
'33. Brussels' sprouts, "2' heads...-/...
��� -34. Potatoes) ~itochesler--Eose,   12..
. -B,eautyvoi\ Hebron, 32
Empire State, 12 ....
Gold"'Coin,' 12...,.,..,
Scotch  Champion, 3.2.
red,   12 -.���r.-.--: .::
,, ,,white,   12.. . .^.^ .. y.
largestj ��� 12..."'.'':T:. :.:
" collection of
��� . ...ties -. ,,.>....
".      .^ollectiop ..of
,DIVISION   I.���FIELD
Wheat, fall, 1 bushel. .'.-'.	
spring,.!' bushel
'CoO -
^.50.
.50
' .fro-"
.50,.,
.50'
.50"
:,.50. .,.^5:;.r
.50      .25
.50''""'.25 "'"
���50'. .,25���...
.25
/2o"
...25
.25
: '.'25 '
.50-''.25
35.
33.
37.
38.
39.
40...
41.^
42.
43.
11
> >
���named varie-"<; -���������
...........,_ ,3.0ft,
5 named varieties
PRODUCTS
���.-.50-
.    .50
.     .56"-'
..   .50
.50,
.    .50
'.��� .50-;
 5p.,
. : .50
2.0Q
"1.50
���-.25   '
.25
!:25"
.25
.25,
.25
.23
,2a. r.
.25
1 .,0.0-
.75
���1 rf
i -,--���.   -,-.,   ...
3. Oats, white,-l'bushei: :....'. '.7'..'.."..':".". "1.0D '"'".SO
4.
5.
6.
7.
.$1.00 ?--.50'-
1.00,     .50
.,.1.00 m. ;50'
Peas,
black,-, 1. bushel-
blue, 1 bushel,,...;  1.00     .50
white, 1'bushel '.:::':..-.-... :r.v "l".'00 nMr
grey   1 bushel : ^.. ,:'... 1.00,. u .50-
8; Vetches,- % bushel-  ". 1.00     .50'
.    9. Mangolds, globe, 3 ":.-.."..:;:; r:~ ;:'.'.. : '.50'tl'\'25'"
10. "   '     long red, '3  50     .25',
-If:    '���".' l" Tankard,'3 ��� 50     .25
12. Beets,' sugar,- 3'-..::.' -.-.r-.-r.'-.'.* :��������� :50"'   ".25^
. 13. .Turnips,   Swede^  3- 50     .25
14.' '  "       . any variety 3.: r ?f ^.-.<,-:50 -.r''.26--���
'15. Ca'rrots,'red, 5" I     .50     .25
-16.r ���   ���':��� rvrhlter* 5'::: ..r::':l\ .V. .:?'Vv:rr'!:50"n .25-
17.vCabbage,-.2 . .-.\ ...' , > :;.- .,;..^0..v- .25-
��� 1,8.,Pumpkins, 2. ".     .50
19. Kale, 2  {'.���.''.-';'/... Y.... '.71*"'!50'
20. Corn, ensilage, 5 . \'.".\ ^,.. r���. ..,., *. <. .5Q.
��� 21. Bale- Hay, Timothy' '.......'..'.-.'...'...��� 50
22.
23'.
Clover
Mixed
;50-
..,-.50.
-FRUITS, FLdWERS/AND APPLES.
"Apples.
2.
3:
4.
5.
1st. 2nd.
75 ? .50
75"" .50��
.75
.75
DIVISION J
Class. '
1. Gravenstein, 5
King,of Tompkins,.5 ...".'
Wealthy)' 5   ���,'������.-.������ ������������
Northern Spy, 5 '."..';'....
AVinter - Banana', 5  ...,.:���:
6. Grimes Golden; 5 -,.-.-.....
7. Ben Davis, 5 ..... v.. 7..'     .50
8. Blue'Pearmain', 5 '.\ ..'.;-..-... .v.::; .".'.,'.f..; .50
.  9. Canada Red, 5 <_.<.-.. y>.-.. i....... ._.���,....-. -.,.5.0-.,
10. Delicious, 5... 7.....', .1. -. " '. 50
.,��*:.-.���.��������...���_.    'P       ' -          --50/"'
25
"';25"f''r
- .25 -..��:,-.��
'.25'   '
"-.25^-
25.
'-.!���
��� . t r. .,-f, ..K ....%��
ll.'Fameuse,  5
12. "Golden Russet,'-5 ..'	
13.-Hubbardston-Nonsuch; 5".:
14,., Wolf JRiver, 5 ,-	
15. Maiden Blush,' 5	
16.' Blenheim Orange,"5 ..'..'.'.'.
17.- Jonathan, 5" .. .���.'.'	
15.- Baldwin, 5 r ���...-.��� ..
19. Spitzenberg,  5 .v..'.:.".
20. Winesap, 5  .'.,.. -..,,,.
'21. Mcintosh Red, 5 .'...:'	
22.-Pewaukee, 5^-.:
i-f/
\50 ....
.50
.75;"".'50'''
-XBL 50. ...
.25
;25
..25,.,.
.25
'.'25'
.^5.,
.25
.25--
.25
.25
.25 ,
!25"
-.26:
... .50
. .50
.. .50
,. .50
::-m
,.    .50
......50
.:. 750"
^f--;50-7
.50     ,25
.50 "-.2$
..23.
24.
"25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
33.
32.
Rhode Island Greening, 5 50     .25
Red Creek .Pippin, 5 50     .25
Any' other variety, '5' .. j.'... 1 \-r:. r.-.-.-.7-  .50'������ ".25'
Largest, any variety, 5 50
2 Packed Boxes Apples, Northern' Slpy. '.'>.- 2.00
"      "      '    ". "       Kingrof  T.,.e.v-if2.00-
"   ' (/ '" ���       Wealthy      2.0Q
Gravenstein "?:.'.".''2.00"
Grimes  Golden...  2.00
Any variety ..... 2.00
tt.
, 7i
Crab 'Apples.
33. Hyslop, 32 ....: , tl?.,< .50,
34.-Martha,   12 -../...- '..' 50
35. Any other variety, 12 50
1 , Pear*.
36. 2 Packed  Boxes Crab Apples    \  2.00
,1,.,
1..
.50
'' '.50
-. -.50
.50
"".BO'
2.00
"".'50
37. Bartlett,  5   	
38. Winter Nellis, 5   ".. 7.
39. Duchess D'Angouliene, 5 ..,
���40. Any other variety, fall, 5	
41. Any other variety, winter, S-
42. 2 Boxes. Packed. Pearse any variety.
Peaches.
43. Yellow 5 .'"...7...���."... .7.'."...VV!....'
44'. White,-5  ....' ���:.-.  ,,.5.0,
45. Grapes, White-, 4 bunches 7 .    .50
46 Grapes, .Colored, 4 bunches 50
47. 2- Boxes Packed Peaches .-.'.������/ .���<:-.. .���'/������.. -2.00-
Plums.
'47a Damson:'1'2 . :���:: .���:..'...'.''. \".\..::.. I..:..: *".50-
47b 2 Boxes l-hims or. Prunes .j:.. .,v.f)V^,. 2.00,
48. Italian Prunes, 12   50
49. Yellow Egg, 12 50
(Continued next Weekf)
-.T,..25,..l
1.00
���-1.007
1.00-    ,
"l'.'O'O
1.00
1.00
.25
.25
1.00
.25,
is*
...25
.25      .,
l.OOl.ffffrfrr.-,
(ii
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.25
.25
MtOO
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- 725
.25
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M/l'    fl-,7- THE)  ABBOTSFORD POST ABBOTSFORD, B\ 6.  LABOR DAY AT MISSION CITY  (From the Fraser Valley Record)  M  Mi Gray,, sQidi-nt missionary at  Aldergrove, preached for Mr. Camp  bell  hist   Sabbath.  DIED-On  Thursday,  Aug.  28lli,  the  Tin-   1'ii-fri.of   ,.rnn���������}   tuni   i    , infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs., Mc-  i lie   laige&L  crowd   that  had   ever   M,,  he;!.-i on the agricultural grounds attended the afternoon sports on Labor Day, and. one .where all enjoyed themselves either.participating in  or watching the various events the  comiuitte* had   provided, The  first .event was the junior football  match, .Mission City vs. Coquitlam,  which resulted in a draw after' a  spirited contest. Then followed Lhe  senior' fpotba/ll   match  and "lacrosse  game   While   these   events  were     in.      ������...   P   tuv.1v-,,. ���������- ���������    ���������   .    ,   ���������  lav   lv. Mduiv was    inducted  progress  members   of   the   commmit | Rose-dale on  Sept.  G8Ui.  tee  were   busily   handling   races   for  Quarterly communion will he held  in the Presbyterian church on Sun  day M(h instant.  Rev. C. Fraser of Vancouver will  be inducted to the ' Presbyterian  church, Chilliwack, on Friday evening, Sept  19th.  at  young   and     olid,   young  ladies   and  married   women and  various-    other  events which   kept the good natured  crowd in   laughter all  the afternoon  Numerous   lound-"enjoyment    sitting  in   shady   places    listening   to.'    the  music   provided by the Mission City  band  under   the   leadership  of Bandmaster Thomas, ��������� and ��������� all   were  loud  ,n   their praises of   the successful ef  fort   put   forward by the band       to  make the   clay's enjoyment    a pleasure-   The sports-were brought to     a  closo at 6 p.m., everyone going home  tire I but happy.  Mr.  A..   S.  Simmer,  Mrs.  Skinner,  returned     last   week  from   their  holiday   trip.  and   Reginald  Miss   Walker and Miss Gillespie are  tho   teachers   of   our   public   school.  Mr. R.' L. Dunn,, who for the  past year has been residing, in Bellingham, spent a few .days in' town  this week, the guest of his cousin-  Mr'. Turnbdl'l and Miss Tumbull. Mr-  Dunn is en route to his 'former  home at Bear River, Nova Scotia.  One of the interest' features  of the day was the lacrosse game  ���������f lacrosse between a team from  Burquitlamand Matsqui. This is the  second time a real live lacrosse  match has been staged here the  first ocouring when Labor Day was  first inaugurated here in ,l������08, on  Bradner's field, now known as Indds-  trial Mission. The teams at that  date were Westminster and Vancouver Intermediates', Westminster win  ning.  -Thin   year   Burquitlamwon  Mrs. Fraser Yorke, Mrs. King and  and children and Mr. and Mrs. Co-  bley 'were Chilliwack visitors on Labor   Day.  5T  WATER NOTICE  Application   for   a   licence ;to  take i  and   use   water will be made under  -the   "Water   Act"   of    Britiah   Columbia, as-, follows:  1. THc name and residence', of the  applicants, is Hannah Fraser and  William ^Roberts, of Abbotsford.. B.  C.  2. The stream flows fromi a  spring situated on Lot 4, plan of  subdivision of part of S. E...i, Sec.  22, Tp 10, N. W. D. owned by Hannah Fraser and flows in a sotherly  direction and   empties into a larger  At  9:30  the   Calithumpian   parade  formed   at the, intersection of Home   creek near Sumas Prairie.  Avemie and Washington Street, under      3.   The   quantity  of water (applied I ^uwam      ituung;     James   Murphy;  the  awe  managed     *   Marsha!  ������   *  ������ '<*I������-������ 30,000 .������a>l,OTs per fe S^lpS"  and   li.   -J. (Shortreed.  2.   The   address   of   the. 'applicant  is   Al/botsfoi'd,   13.   C.  '3.   The   name   of   the ' stream    "is  a   running ���������spring.  The stream has its source" in  right-of-way of ' Victoria Vancouver  & Eastern Ry & Navigation Co. flow  ing in. a north-easterly direction, and  empties into the (ground on north side  of right-of-way about three hundred'  and thirty 'eight feet cast from  crossing of above mentioned railway* and Oscar Street, ���������- Abbotsford,  i. ' .  Townsite.  'I. The water is to he diverted  from the spring on. the north side  of the Victoria Vancouver & Easter*  Ry & Nav. Co.'s right of way about,  338 feet oast from Victoria Vancouver and Eastern Ry. & Navigation  Company's crossing over Oscar St.  5. The purpose "for which the  water will ho used is Domestic and  household   purposes.  (!. The land on which the water  is to be used is .described as I'ol-  ows:- Lots l'l, 15 and 10, Block 50  Lots 7 and 8,. Block '10, also Lots  18, It), 20/ 21, 15 audi 15a, Hlock  40, all said lots within the town  of  .Abbotsford.   ,.;  7. The quantity of water applied- for is as follows: One thousand  gallons   per   day.  8. The quantity of water to be  stored   is five hundred gallons.  9. The_ reservoir is located over  spring located at a- point 00 feet  northeasterly at right angles from  centreline of main track of Victoria  Vancouver '&Eastern Ry & Nav. Co.  as measured from a" point in' the  said centre line 170 feet S.- E. from  its intersection with South line of  Laurel   Street.  10. This .notice was posted on the  ground on the, fifteenth day of August   1913.  11. A copy of this notice and an  application pursuant thereto' and to.  the requirc'ineiits of the "Water  Act" will be filed in the office of-  tlie Water Recorder at, New Westminster,   B.   "C  Objections   may   be   filed   with'the  said   Water   Recorded',   or .with the  Comptroller   of ' Water   Rights,   Par  liament   Buildings, Victoria,   B.   ' C.  T.   A.   Swift;       Joseph   Sanderson;  Edward      Rutliig;    ��������� James   Murphy;  J. Mic'hie, and although the floats  wore not numerous they made up  in quality what they lacked in, quantity.  At the . head of the procession  was the Mission City band in full  force, dispersing popular airs, while  the nev/ly formed contingent of, Boy  Scouts   the    future  guardians       of  day  4. The point! of diversion is on  the   above described" Lot 4.  5- It is a 10,000 gallon tank  with   50   foot  dam  0. The purpose for /which the water will be TjS.ed is foir -.Domestic pur-  pr-ses.  ?��������� T^e water is to-.ibe used in Ah  botsf'ord. . Townsite.  ?     The   description is .that describ-  By   THOMAS   A.   SWIFT,   Agent.  the   British'  Empire    (Canada's last'ecl above, owned by Hannah Eraser,  hope) ^ proudly   marched   next  witV ������ne   ������f   the aP*)licant's-  Patrol leader    Catherwaod   carrying   r *'T%- ^ f^breadtlf or   ar-  ��������� iJ-*i������g   ca oS   the   right-of-way required over  the   Union Jack. J Dominion or   Provincial   Crown land  The following- were the prize wiia-j wnich'  wall   be   aftected by  the said  works., so far as;' known, is part of  Yale . Road and' streets of Abbotsford Townsite.  10. The-length and breadth or area  of the ' right-of:way. required over,  private." lands not owned by the ap-  plicaaifc which will be affected by the  said works, so far as known, is a-  boud; 500 feet   long by 4 feet wide.  U-   This    notice      was        publisn-  ed in the   'Abbotsford'Post, published  at AFibotsford,  B. C, August 15,'13.  12..   The address to   which notices  to "the    app,icant may be mailed is  P..:0. Box 82, Abbotsford, B. C.  HANNAH FRASER,  WILLIAM ROBERTS,  Applicants  ners:  Best decorated Float, Mission City  Watc Light & Powst -Company' 2nd;  River Lumber ^pany: 3rd T. Outlet. . '  V<'*k ^eeetaued: Motor Car^ Mr. M.  iM-lS, &o.di Mr. J. Lawrence.  Bet.'Decorated BicycJ'e; L. Wells.  Most Oomical "Characters, A. Wilson; ;  Iiidi$& @hi'ef an'd Pdrinccssi special  pr-'zo. (Leonard Reade and Sidney  Paul.  (Associate   Members Can.   Soc. C. E.)  Civil Engineers  R. A. HENDERSON  B. C. LAND   SURVEYOR  Office, next P. O. P. O.Box 11  Matsqui   Hotel  MISSION   CITY, B.C.  M. MacDonald.  H. Watson, Mgr.  EUROPEAN PLAN  Rates 50c, 75c and  $1.00  per day  First Class Grill and Bar in Connection.   Free Sample Room.  The leading- Commercial  House  of the Fraser Valley.  Porfer meets all trains  The Boy Scouts were presented  with a; Union Jack, Rev. Mr. _ J.  Weathcrdon acting on behalf of the  committee, who with a neat little  speech gave the boys ;��������� also some  very   good   advice.  Th.' Abbotsford Boy Scouts attended divine service at St Matthews church on   Sunday last.  ffi  WA TER     NOTICE  Application for a licence to take  and use and to store or pen back water will be made under the "Water  act" of British Columbia as follows:  1. The name of the applicant is  T. A. Swift, Joseph Sanderson;  Edward Ruthig; .James Murphy;  James   McElroy;   Bernard   McElroy;  E. O. Bnindage  Painter and Decorator  If you want any artistic work in  Painting, Paperhanging and Decorating give us a call.  Practical work at practical prices.  Gladys Ave.  Abbotsford  Don't these sweltering days make you think . of  an ice cold drink, a heaping dish of ice cream,  or.a juicy ice cream soda?   They do���������and  We have" it here*  ALBERT LEE,   The Abbotsford Baker  If you want the best in  House Painting Paper Hanging  Kalsoming and  Graining  and Carriage Painting  go to ,  ABBOTSFORD DECORATING Co  W. Davey, Manager  Workshop in rear of S. Kravoski's  - Blacksmith Shop.  SWIFTS'  FERTILIZER  Presbyterian Church Notice  Abbotsford  Pastor���������Rev. .J. L. Campbell,  Ii.  A'., B. IX ,  Services���������Sunday school  10  a.m.  Public (Worship 11 ,n. m.  ,  Teacher training claaa 3 p.ui.  Public Woirg/hip 7.30 p. m.  Choiir Practice, Friday .8 p. m.  Meeting far . Bible- Study    and  Prayer Wednesday 8 p. rn.  Huntingdon  Sunday Sch'ool,' 2.15 p. m.  Public  Worship 3.30 p. m.  COME to Mission City on Labor Day,  Abbotsford Feed Store  j.  Builder and Contractor  Estimates Given Free  Phone Connection       Mission City  City Blacksmith Shop and Carriage Building  S. KRAVOSKIPROPRIETOR  For Horseshoeing, General Blacksmithing,  Wagon-Making and Repairing, Carriage  building   and;. Expert  Carriage Painting  Give.-us a'Trial  We will use you right.  f  Abbotsford  Electric Light  For the Residence,  Store or Office.  ectric Power  For Factories and  Industrial Plants  Convenience       Comfort      Economy  Attention will be sriven to all aDDlications lor service"ifrom our lines.  Detailed information concerning service will be furnished on application to  the offices of the Light and Power Dept. located at  Vancouver Abbotsford New Westminster  B.-G Electric blk. y B. C. Electric blk.  1,''  R  }  v;:  ivw

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