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 ������t--l J" ti.1Jai*J,\ tc.li^t*J*''i'2'h,>**<+*t-!*J>L*H������Mi'u&Uj*yj .'rirlJiiV������/���������������. J Jiil'i,f,n^M~ l.'jI.i'l  j^wJ?KL;:L^ii^jfc'v,ti-'*^i^V..^(>c*'^,������^JHfcJ.ir-A������ i-LJ^i'^Vj, J"'i.jiW-vwi^f,J.iir.j;/.;A'!^  c  11-  1  \  ll  M  ft  (  t.,  OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE GRAND LOYAL ORDER OF BOOSTERS  Vol. VII., No.    19.  ABBOTSFORD,   B,   CM FRIDAY, SEPT ., 19 1913  <bIUs������>  |g?w>8  ft'  Gum Boots, Hip Boots  mg  ,fr<  your approval  A complete line of Crockery and  Glassware always in stock.  We handle the Schram and E-Z  Preserving Jars in all sizes.  near btore  \=:  MT.   LEHMAN   NOTES  An interesting and reprcscntativo  muling of the Old Timers of Mt  Lehmarf called by H. R. Phillips  was held in/ the Orange Hail on  Satuiday at 2:30 p.m. On motion Mr  E. W. King was appointed chairman and after a few preliminary  remarks called on Mr. Phillips  Stat3, his reasons for calling  meeting and the objects lor  same. Mr. Phillips on risii.'g  pir-ssed great pleasure in seeing  nvmy  lu'iiij;  to  the  the  ex-  so  of   the   pioneers   present^there  seventeen of  the twenty-e'ght  invited, at-U then soil that the ob-  j.Mt for-, calling the meeting was to  got- the opinion 'of those present  a,i to the idea of all ,1hc pio'iecrs  meeting at the Mt. Lchniau school  hous.j and having a group taken to  sho-.v what a pleasure it would be  1.) out children and others in the  vim's to come, to be able to look  at those who faced the trials and  struggles of pioneer life in making  a heme out of the virgin forest  expressing his regret that ib had  not been done sooner, while 'our  lam friends A. Hawkins, Neil Craig,  Jas Brewster and others were with  u=;. The explanation of the meeting-  was received with pleasure by all  and it was unanimously decided to  adoptthe idea and carry it out.  It was then moved that Mr. Phillips act as secretary, which''was ac  copied with pleasure. Mr. H.  Whice suggested that the ladies also be    included    showing    that .  to  them   in   a   grca't measure   was  due  the   credit   of   yehe    success       that  the   credit of   the success that     the  majority   Jiad   achieved     which  suggestion   was   endorsed     by D.     Mc-  Dougal,   M.   D.     Mannssan,  E.     W.  King auJ   others   and   the  secretary  was- instructed  to   invite Mrs.      A.  Hawkins  and   Mrs.   James   McGregor   G.i   the   question   of   the day to  meer.   being   brought up, Friday, the  19th,   was   mentioned, but on it, being  announced   that   Mr.   A.   Gillies  was   summoned   on   the jury it   was  at   once   decided     that no   "Sandy"  no   picture   and   it was moved   that  be  lull,   in   the   hands'   of   the  committee's secretary to   make all     arrangements   and   notify   all  by mail  in   regard   to   the   date   which   will  be   as    soon   after    the   assizes    as  possible.  Mrs. John Symington, of .Valejo  Cal.. and-Mr. and Mrs. R. LaBarre  of Saettle, Wash., sister and neice  respectively, of Mrs. E. White, Sr.  were visitiu^ tor a few days at  HM1   Ciest   Farm.  . Tin; Misses Margaret and Kathleen  Cm-nay leave shortly to attend a  business ��������� collegte dn Vancouver. All  ii icnds join in wishing them the  sarh'.' .success that they have a-  chiiud   at   Glenmore. .  Mr. and Mrs. J. Todd and Miss  Booth, were hastily summoned to  the city on Tuesday last, Mr. ��������� It.  Booili, ex-reeve of Coquitlam, being seriously ill. All are pleased  to heat that an. improvement has  tai-cn   place.  The  present  of   tlie  ast   regular meeting for     the  year, to   be  held at Gilford  Matsqui' council- took place  on. Saturday last. In future oaly  one meeting.' a month will be held  and tfiis will take place at the  municipal   hall,   Mt.   Lehman.  Reeve Merryfield ��������� presided and  ther-2 were present Couns.. Satchell.  Bell,   Frederickson  and  Melander.  Minutes of last meeting read and  adopted.  no .question, of taxes was discuss' ������������������' at some length, there being  ���������.jiijie ai amount outstanding, an?l  as there is- considerable road work  yet to. be completed, it was' decided to bring in- another loan bylaw, and Coun. Bell gave." notice of  motion' to   this   effect.  The following, communications were  deai';   with: .  Iiom the -Fir Tree Lumber Company asking for the' privilege of  hai-hng logs across the' Mt. Lehman   road  Bell-Satchel that th? company be  givf:n permission to operate'logging  cables across Mt. Lehman road, 'also to keep a signal man on duty  constantly and keep the- road clear.  Frem McBride'-, and Kennedy, New  Westminster, re deed of Taylor pro  pertv-  The reeve promised tolook this  mallei   up when  .in   town. '  Fiorn the Matsqui Agricultural as  sociation acknowledging donation of  $20U.   Filed  From H Skouge, asking for copies 'of forms of "Ditches and Wa  ter   Uiauses   Act.   1907.  Clerl: was instructed to forward  same  From Coroner Stuart, Mission  City claiming he had' not received  sufficient mileage for holding inquest  at Ml.-. Lehman, as he had tp  travel uom Mission City to 'Ferguson's farm,by way of Abbbtsford  and he thought it w:as over fifteen  miles'  The clerk was instructed to notify the coroner that mileage is coun  ted according! to the nearest passable road, which necessarily does  not  mean,  an   auto   route.  Bcll-Salchdl, that $300 be appro-:  priated for lumber on Sharp load.  Satchell-Bell, that Councillor NMel-  ande: be authorized to open about  a quarter of a mile on the Le-  Feuvi'e i"oa<"'> ibetween sec i e.rM 5,  Tp. 13 in place of the road riran  ing  on  Mr.   Larson's land. The  work   to foe   limited   to   $250.  Satchell-Bell, that Coun. Melander  be authorized to finish grading the  Mt. Lehman road at Mr. Williams  place,   the  appropriation to  be lim-  IC  TIE WINTER MONTHS  Mirth, music and laughter will be  the order of the day���������or rather the  night���������from   now on.. The     Aly-  bo t:-ford Christie Minstrels have  been organized through the elTici-  *m     efforts    of   Mr. Blair,   and  some-twenty members, whose ability  as mirth producing -artists is recognized from the Atlantic to the  Pacific," are' now enrolled Practice  started "on Thursday night last,  one of Abbotsford's prominent citizens, . who is too mohest to see  his name in print, though personally he has made up numerous forms  kindly allowing the company to use  large residence-on the hill, for re-  hesisal purposes for which' the company   are   duly   grateful. ,  The company intend to surprise  the towns people by producing a  rcial. live minstrel show in the'  coi r:;c of a lew weeks, after that  they will invade Mission City, Mat  squi, Clayburn, Chilliwack, Sumas  and other small towns throughout  '.he "States with tneir troupe and  do their best to disperse the  gloom  that' is   there.  Mr.   Morgan   is    conductor   of  newly formed organization  with1 Messrs Morley,   Blair, Davidson 'and Mc-  Gcman   as   an   executive.  The second agricultural fair of  the Ahlergrovc Agricultural Association held on Wednesday last was a  grand success- and it is hoped the  association will b'e rewarded before  next exhibition with government as-  sistniicu  ,(or   an   agricultural  Uia.ll.  T'u   i.  tl/j  1/ o;  this  ors  NEW RjMOJPENED  r'.'hc-, B. C. Electric Company arc  opening up ' the long asked for gaz-  ettril road along their right of way  frrm Essendene Ajvenue south. This  with the recently completed government road will give an outlet  to residents on the Campbell pro;  perhy on both the east , and west  sides. Mr. C. Moulton, a resident of a foreign country, with  interests in Sumas, Wash., has the  contract, and the the gravel that  is being used on the road is being  taken from the mud bank on the  hill   to   the   east   of   the town.  When completed the road will be  a credit to the whole province es-  pcuslly on   a   wet day.  i.s    apparently   the   policy     of  government to contribute to on-  e fair   in  each municipality, and  in   why   the  Aldergrovc   direct-  have   had to   put up.  with such  inccifi'eiiieiice   this   year again in exhibiting   their   products,  holding     a  part   of   it   in   one;"  building    and   a  dart   of   it   in   another-building���������not  a   manner   of   displaying   the      very.  CMfll'-nt   produi:i,s   of  a   district   so  that   strangers .would decide   to set-  t.l.i   down   and    increase   the  number  ol" exhibits for the   following "year,the  a-:   iarge   as some dis .'.���������{-."���������os   was   ex-  desire  of   all districts'.  'Hie   exhibits   of   fruit,-while not as  lasgo   as   in   sonic   district fairs was  of   a. ��������� superior - grade     and   quality  showing   the   capabilities of the dis- '  trict.   It  was  carefully   prepared  by  each   one   of   the   exhibitors.  The vegetable exhibit could not  be   excelled   anywhere.  The art department presided over  by the ladies was a credit to the  ic'di:^   ol*   the   district.  The   stock   } ards  were   filled' with  jus j   as   fine   horses,   cattle and other fi- nn   stock   as could   be   found at .  ary ��������� exhibition   three   times   the size  Spcrts   were   provided   by the die-  Mr G. Wood will conduct services next Sunday morning and evening in the Presbyterian church,  wh'lj Mr. Campbell will preach for  him   and   dispense   the   sacrament.  cctors    lor  the   boys   and girls  and  provr r!   an  attractive  part   of  the  day's pro^i  anrnc.          ���������  In   oreler  to   make sure   that  all  judges  of   exhibits,  and  The pic-nic last Saturday of the  united Sunday Schools of Huntingdon iiTfel Abbotsford at the grove  near Huntingdon, was well attended   and   much   enjoyed.  Miss  burn  with  tor.  Law principal of the Clay-  school, spent the week end  Mrs.   A.     McCallum,   Sapper-  representatives ot outside organizations, would '  be able to feast on ,-the best, in  th-i d'stric a banquet . was prepared ana some forty guests enjoyed the- free hospitality of the Association. From reports it was a  most excellent feast, and as one of  the judges told a representative of  this paper, that if that was the  way the people of Aldergrovc ail  lived he was decided upon the fact  that he would wish to live in no  oihei    part   of   the   Fraser  Va'.ley.  The fair was opened by Col. J.  D. Taylor, M. P., assisted by Mr.  Frank   McKenzie.  Mr. Tupper McPhee who has been  spending the summer holidays near  Chilliwack, returned home on Monday' last, and will take up school  won*   a-gat'i.  ited   to   $50.  ���������Tin question of the council re- 'ion that Matsqui was receiving no  maining a member of the Fraser .ma tciial benefit from the. Leag.ie,  scr Valley Development League was anh that the secretary was lack-  discussed   It   was   the general  opin- ing   in  his duties in this respect.  Rev  .   Ml.   Alder   and   Mrs.   Alder,  -vho  have   been    doing     Missionary  \\. rk  r.t      Nortih   -Bend,,   returned  home  this   week.  Mr.  J.   K.   McCallum, who for the  past  few   months  has   been  engaged  in the lo^girJg business at Nanoose  Bar, has returned to his home in i **  Abbotsford. THE ABBOTSFORD POST  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  ^������������������a^ni/ti >  ^~^30^  ; THE ABBOTSFORD POST.  -Published-Every Friday by The Post ���������^Y?\T^Z'a .,n������1  A weekly Journal devoted to the interests ol: Ahbotsiord and  surrounding district. ..  Ailvortisius rales made known on sippljcsiuoii. .  LEGAL ADVERTISING-^ cents per line for first .nserl.on,  and 8 cents a line for all subsequent consecutive ������>sorU0���������s  ���������      Our Shib^eth���������Neither for nor agin the Government.  i     ' " '" i ""  Friday,  Sept. 19,   1913  Politics is very much like a big  game of- baseball,���������one side trying  to   strike   the    other   out.  There appears to be considerable  of a diversity of .opinion as to  -when the next provincial election  is to take place.- .Judging by the  mce of mainy oolitioians, it is  near   at   hand. '  This is truly British Columbia  district exiiMin/ion wcaMicr-. What,  we wonder would New Westminster  give to know that between SeptenY-  bei W and October 4 the weather  would be as perfect as it has for  the past lew days.(T his was set  on   Wednesday of   this   week.)  Th', local pride of our products  is foremost in the minds of most  of U-f Fraser Valley Farmers d ir-  ing   these   fall \ days.  - ti^ci'   hay crops and   excellent r.at  crops,    there    sho-uM , be   no       hard  .times   in    tlie  -Fraser   Valley    this  winter.   Should there?  Beware the person who shams and  at the same time, he is pretending   he   is   boosting.  from ten cents each to fifty cents  each, according to size. Beets were  selling in bunches at f> cents A  go('d' number of heads of corn were  to   be   seen and   sold   at 25 cents   a  a good  in  by  and "     fet-  Tomatoes   of  were   anolh-  dozeii.-   Pickling    onions   met  den.and,   being   being  the      sack        and   box  (;b d 7 cents, a   pound  both  hi'ough  picklii.y  and   ripe  cr  itavorite   with  forme/   sotting   at  the   buyers  .10  cents   a  the  box  per  Sir,Wilfrid   Laurier  is  at his  old  tricks.   The opportunist   ��������� who   flings  his.hands   to- Heaven,and   calls  upon,   the . people of   Canada   to   bear  witness,   that  he   is   the PriUJc     of  Conciliation,   went down   to St. Hya  cinthothe   other   week   and   appealed  for   support   to   the   French   Canadians ol,. Quebec because, forsooth, he  was   one   of   the   - same   race      and  creel    as. they   wore.   It   is   easier  for   a   leopard   to   change his  spots  or   for   ; Hon. Frank Oliver to   sing  ���������the    National    Atathcni,     that     for  Lav-rier to cut   away   from   this mis  erable   business   of   appeals   to   race  and   creed. ' On   tihe   slightest opportunity  he   casts   aside   his   mask  of  conciliation,   and   stands revealed as  the  demagogue.   "Anything  to  beat  Borden"    is.  his   motto    or   slogan,,  and   therefore    he   calls   upon     his  compatriots to   vote,on   racial  lines  When   Laurier   by   his   servile ma-  joritj   in   the   senate���������a majority he  created���������prevented   Canada from   tak  ing   share   in   the   navalburdens     of  of ' this  Empire,   and   from   playing  a   man's   pairt, he   proved his   much  vaunted   jJ_fieicti)Qa  for   Bii.lain'     and  British ���������  institutions,     was   a   mere  pretenco.   By  his   action  he   alienated ��������� the   sympathy   of   the   vast majority  of   Loyal   Canadians, who believe we should! do,   something   more  to   show our   appreciation of the privileges   of   Empire   citizenship,      by  making speeches   about it.   Au.l     on  the   very     first     occasion,    Laurier  tells   the    people   of   his native province that they'   should   support him  ���������not   because     of   any     progressive  ���������  policy   he   has   tot   ojffer,   but    mero  ly  because    he    happens  to.  be one  of   themselves.     Could   anything  be  more   paltry   or  petty?   It     is   the  same   old   game,   and   like   all   oth-  ......ers   of   its   kind  will   prove  a   losing   one in the   end.   The intelligence  of   the   electorate  of   this  Dominion  led   away   by   the   frantic     appeals  will   not   permit   themselves ��������� to.   be  ol   a   vainglorious and   defeated politician.���������Phoenix  Pioneer.  and   the   latter   at    '25    cent:  bat.l-'ct  All hough carnations were oil  the market sweet peas once more  mad: an appearance selling- at 5c a  buiicb The supply ol" asters was  goo J being- sold at last week's prices.  1'rices in poultry and meats remained the, same with a good supply hi "the , former and a ��������� fair sup-  p'iv of ��������� the   latter  On the fish stalls steelheads r.-:de  their appearance, sclliog at .12/. cts.  per Hi Crabs re-appeared and sold  two foi a quarter. Other fish prices icniaiiied the same with the  exo'-] tion of cohoes which fell from  ?,:>  cri.ls   each  .to 30  cents.  Kgjfs'-asnd. butler wh.ich have risen  up to 45 cents a dozen and 10  ccnlsa pound respectively, during  the past few weeks arc now remain  ing steady), in price. Honey was  a UiW ' feature to appear selling at  25   cents   a   pound.  Tt-e supply of blackberries was  goo I. selling at 10 cents, a box,  while plums and ,prunes were plentiful the former selling at %\ a.  crate and the latter at'85 cents a  crate.  Several boxes of apples appeared  cany on the market and were readily sold the price ranging from  S1.-35 to    1.50   a   box.  than   tuberculosis,   worse  even  than  war.  A   timely   paper   on the role       of  the middleman,' was delivered by Mr.  11.   H.-  Coats '.,of the     Labor      De-  pailinent;   Ottawa; showed   how    as  regards   most   products,    prices, too  between producer , and   consumer was  incieasing.   There   was    considerable  waste   in ' some  distribution     meth-  eds.   Wh'ile    .there  was    no    doubts  his   profits   were sometimes possibly  larger    than    they   Mould 'be,    'the  middleman   had    his   part   to     play,  in,   the   economic system. The trouble  was  that   at   times,, of rising prices  he   sometimes   had  a   golden  opportunity   to   ask   too   much,   for     the  middleman fixed   the   prices   both for  the   farmer and   consumer.  lie went into the distribution system for various fruits.- The history of the " Canadian apple trade  for instance,, was a lesson of the  evils of loose marketing, the moral of which was that co-operative  fruit marketing was necessary1.' As  reaaids the canning trade, he thot  the big danger was that the big  earners might force, out the little  on-.-.-; and be in a position lo control   the   markets. '  Speaking ,of the butter trade,  Mr.   Coats   said;  "Canada has now ceased to cx-  pru;t' the product. There was,- fortunately little or i.u waste in the  marketing   of   butter. As^regards  cheese   however   the   market was dar-  geiv  affected   by   the     export trade.  Canadian   cheese   sometimes  sold    in-  I..i.ui(h.-n   shops   cheaper than in those  af   the   Domine>n   cities.     in the  mill:   business    a   feature   was   that  the   smaller   milkmen   had   been  wipe/I cut by   the    demand    for     milk  fioni   inspected herds and   the oper-,  ati'.ns    of   the   real   estate   sub-division, sellersaround   cities.    An    egg.  mark.-:   act,'   whereby   .'he   hen   fruit-  cou'u! ��������� be   graded,   was    needed.  ,ULLING _on_j^urJboo������jtraps  willju^eijwrvej7_^.  >uy a set ot  j  BALANCE NEEDS TO  BE RESTORED.  "Government  was   the   title  WHICH WIFE  THE MARKET.  "���������Prices at -the New Westminster  ''n'arket on Friday-morning List remained steady while a much (larger  attendance was noted. Several vegr  etablcs made their -initial appearance such as squash, beets, Indian  corn.   The   price   of    squash   ranged  ai'd to Agriculture"  of an aeklress) by  Prcfossor Hill-Tout of Abbotsford,  at a session of the Canadian Political Science Association, the first  contention; of which was held at  Ottawa   last   week.  There   had   been   a   great loss     of  inteiest   -in   agriculture,   and     what  was   needed   was   the restoration  of  the ha'.-'.r.ce bctween.it and   inelus"r  ial    development,     said   Prof    Hill-  Tout.   Agriculture   had  sunk to   the  lowest   of   arts,   urban elegancies attracting   the   people: from   it   to the  cities,   and   accordingly  it was  look  ; ed    on   as  a    secondary    pursuit,   a  _cou.it   of   last   resort.   However   the  gravity   of this   tendency was   being  realized,   and 'b'oth  Federal   and pro  vincial   aid   was   being   given   to   a-  gricultural   land available was being  worked   in,  Canada.   If   this      were  100 per   cent  the annual wealth pro-  el ucfd   would   be  b'owildcring.  There was never a time when  farmers knew so much about their  own business as now said Dr. J. W.  Robertson in discussing the paper.  The governments had now taken  the place of the best form of tlie  old landlords, who were in the ohl  days the only trained farmers. The  present danger, was however that i  the virility of the race was being  threatened by loss of love of labor   out.   in   the   open   air.  Dr. Robertson ,hoped lhat, agriculture would never let afew men to  garner its fruits from the many  wort ers, as was the case in industrial life, where a few men own  ing capital Here' gble to exploit labor and degrade it. The menace of  the decrepit textile worker of the  big   cities,   he   declared;,   was  worse  A- resolution   of * far   reaching  importance  was passed    "on*" Friday   of  last  week   by   the New   Westminster  Presbytery, representing   the  Presbyterians   of  -Vancouver and   the lower  mainland.      Like   all   other      public  bodies   who   have   registered protest  against   tihe   Asiatic influx into   this  counlrv    they   view    " the    situation  with   considerable   alarm,     and    unlike  the   rest   they   have spoiled- the  resolution  by   the   suggestion     that  whereas as at   present   the   proportion   of   male    Orientals    in   'British  Columbia       is    as   to    one   of    the  white-   male population,   the   invasion  from   Asia   snould   be   stopped   until  the   proportion    had   reached   some-  thug   like one   male   Asiatic to thir  ly   whiles  of   the same   sex.       But  why   should   we   allow' them in     at  all,   if, as   the   Presbyterians declare,  the'.r   moral   and   social   standing   is  not   o'"   the   best,    for   whether   the  numbers   are as   one   in five or   one  in   thirlyl      they    wii'l   continue   tbr*  herd together   in   colonies    the   smell  of    which    at    meal     times   would  drive   away   a   hungry  parish     dog.  But. perhaps    the   most    astounding  part   of   the   resolution   is the     recommendation      that    the     government- raise   the   bars   and   allow the  wives   of    those   Hindoos v that   are  already   here to   come   in.   No mention   is - made    of   the   children, but  this is   no   doubt   an .inaidvertant o-  mu.sion,   and .was   also .the    failure  of   the  presbytery lo slate which   of  the wives   in the   case of   a   polygamous marriage   were   to   be allowed  lo   enter. Both   would be perfect  ly legitimate- as the laws in India  recognise to the fullest extent the  Bu'-,   pcrhaos ��������� the   most   astounding  Mrs. Plcwcs, whose husband was  killed in the wreck on the B. C.  Electric is visiting her, sister Mrs.  J.   Milstead.  Gee!  writer,  It  is great to   be a political  B. J GERNAEY,   Abbotsford, B. C.  Abbotsford  Livery, Feed and Sales Stables  When you require a comfortable rig;  one that feels good and looks good;  ring up  CURRIE & McKENZIE  President, Chas. Hill-Tout   Secretary, S. A. Morley  of Abbotsford^B. C.  Meeting Held First Monday of Each Month  Write the secretary/regarding manufacturing sites ;.  withUnexcelled shipping facilities and cheap, power  or information regarding the farmland fruit lands ot  vvv the district, .and industries already established,  ^: *  ���������  ���������-  13 acres about  3-4 of a mile from centre of town,  house barn and chicken  house, about  100. fruit  ��������� trees and all kinds of small fruits    At reduced  price.    Good terms.  1-4 section, situated on Yale Road, half mile east of town.  Will cut and sell in lots of any size wanted from  five  acres up.    Price reasonable, terms good.  Insurance that Insures  For terms and particulars  cCallum  e  ummer ras   1913 STYLES  0  0  A choice selection of goods to choose from  Practical Ladies' and Men's  Tailors  500   Shooting  Notices   For      Saf.c  See  Bates. I-  -.-.-.& '">/���������.  72^  fe-  THE    ABB^tSFORb   POSt     AfeBOtSFORD,   B.   0.  *���������*  &'  (V  /  We want just as much of the shoe and rubber trade of this town  as we can get.   We want your trade and your whole family's trade.  We have always sold goods that were worth the money, and  we intend to keep right on doing it.  Our whole stock has been picked for quality.    For instance,  GRANBY RUBBERS  (WEAR-LIKE IRON;  areone-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  brand has the same reputation.  Granby' Rubbers were made for wear���������to look well besides���������  but,wear, it is on this they have made their wonderful reputation.  The finest materials, the most skillful workmen, and a factory  pride in the product; that's a combination that's hard to beat. ���������  Try us on any kind of footwear.   We keep only tlie best.  GEO. C. CLARK ���������  -ABBOTSFORD,.B.C.  POBgi^-aiBBE������j*M^^ rtssxsisssBssessnsasBE^^MSS^SdSSSSa  .:,,,;,_: ABBpTSFORD/B.;C  Strictly first-class in every.respect.   -The bar is  stocked with the best of wines,, liquor and cigars,  ���������-  . RATES; $1.50 TO $2.00   PER   DAY.,. ;  A. J, HENDERSON & SONS PROPRIETORS g  BUTCHER  Pork, Mutton, Jteef, Veal, Pork Sausages,   Weinies  and Balogna always on hand.     Fish every Thursday  TONS OF PEACHES  ���������  WILL ROT ON TREES  Owing to the fuel (.hat the cannery was unable to .handb the b'g  amount of Triumph peaches which  wet"! available this year, this var  iety of fruit will rot on the trees  A LTiiiher of orchard owners who  had a- heavy crop of Triumphs this  yew: and who were unable to pack  them successfully,'��������� were disappointed  in not -being' able to dispose of  them, on account of the fruit being of the sto'nc cling'ng variety.  In Summerland more Triumph peaches have been canned this-year  than a.'i,y other variety, the product bci ig canned for pie fruit,  vi'.h only the skin removed. Tri-  uinp 1 ��������� peaches have not secured a  good market on the pi'midd), this  year, mainly. for the reason that  they do not. ripen until the middle of August and -therefore come-  in competition with the later varieties of American fruit. The American ��������� Triumph pcaali is on the  market o'.'-the first of Ju'y. As  the crop of .'Crawfords, Elbcrtas  and other varieties' of peaches- is  not particular'y hcaivy, it is anticipated- that a good portion of the  crop will go to the cannery instead of being shipped out.���������Pen tic-  ton Herald,  0  * ���������   -    *  4<       1AJ0B     I'   I lAfi SUP H i^n fl  *  *  Kxxrmca^r  First-class Work-' Furnished by Experienced  Workmen. -'   Estimates Furnished.  - Win. ROBERTS  Old Creamery Bid.      .' ( Abbotsford, 13. C.  *  *  ^���������f.***.*********^*'!"* i:^^^^^^^vi������ji^^^^v{-i.^^***^^^>l.^'I''I'''f^'I''l''!'������'  The Abbotsford football- club opened the footbal, season '-on Saturday last by defeating the '���������' Glen  Valiey team in- an in teres- Ling - and  fast   game   by   a   score ,���������&������������������������; four   to  tWO ...-';   .       /    .'.'    ���������  In the evening the.v >t itcrtaiiicd  the visiting--team and a'' ..lumber of  frier-as   at a   smoker.  'Ms:. A- J. ' Henderson'' occupied  the   chair and   filled   the pc-sition to  and the man from the "Is'le of  Wight" also starred while appropriate songs ���������.���������'were rendered by Messrs  Stanley " Knott, Morgan, Harrop,  Henderson, Morley, Davidson, McGowan, Ferguson and Dudden. Mr.  P. Peele made a brief speech on  sport and Mr. Blair jnr,, rendered  able   assistance   on the   piano,   .  j- ��������� ������������������ v.: smoker    was   held     in   the  new ' Alcxandia hall and   all   went to  'the   satisfaction     of   a,!!   i _.n   inter- | their . homes    voting/   the   football  oatinp--proBrammmo    was   Rendered,   bovs the   best   of   entertainers.  Mr.   D.   Blair,   snr.,    dcligb ting' ~  audience with   his   dancing ' and sing .   Pear   paper at this office for   fruit  ing   "Harry Lauder" from,,,   'Langley'growers. '  WINS FIRST PRIZE  IN POTATO   CONTEST  The -honors' have fallen to a- new  corr.'-r inthc Fraser ' Valley to- show  the peop-Ic of Matsqui municipality  how to raise potatoes. This year  Mr. Jas. Allan, 'formerly .of- Calgary, but now residing at Marsh's  Landing, Mt. Lehman, acting on  the advice of Mr.' James Gidsbn  C. M. C, joined the Matsqui Farmers' Institute,' and entered the po-  ,tat:) growing- contest, which that  body conducts under the supervision  of the Department of. Agriculture.  He- planted a half acre of Dalotas  and...last- week was agreeably surprised to hear' that he had wron the  first-place,' there- being some fifteen . competitors: pa   the   cont'est.  ��������� NEW FOREST TRAILS  . Superintendent George D. McKay  has intimated that the provincial  government-will, this fall, cut' . out  the following '.trails totalling a . dis-  ance of 250 milesi.  Harrison Lake to Stave Lake, Pitt  Lake to -Indian River; Indian River,  to Squamish Valley; Port Mellcn -to  heaJ of Salmon Arm via Rainy -Ri-  Pasha Lake; Gordon Pasha Lake to  Powell Lake via Tom Brown Lake  Knight-s Inlet; Bond Sound to King  com Inlet; Campbell Lake to Salmon River Valley; Nimpish Lake to  Salmon iValley via Kla Kla Anch river-; Acton   Sound to Seymour Inlet.  Al". thes trails lie outside of the  belt of. twenty -miles on" "either  sid> of the C.P.R. which the provin  oial government handed to the Do  minion government for financing the  construction, of the C.P.R. through  the province. As the Dominion...land  fiice has received no claim for any  contribution towards the construction of these trails it is assumed  that no. part of the trails touches  Dominion lands.  BETTER BABIES  CONTEST  AT  PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION  Ni-1: an old fashioned beauty sho'.v  but a new contest of correct pro  portions, fine human mechanism and  intelligence.  That is the way the better babies contest and that this feature of  the provincial exhibition, which will  be held in New Westminster from  September 30 until October 4th, .'inclusive/, will be a success is assured by the fact that it is being held  under the auspices of.'*the Local  Council   of  Women.  A committee has been appointed  of which Mrs. Van Liew, New "West  minster, is chairman and arrenge-  ments are now being made for the  contest,  Entries must be made before 2  p.jr. of Friday"' October, 3J and the  mdging will commence one hour af.  terwards.  JUSTICE CLEMENT  OPENS FALL ASSIZES  The fall assizes were opened on Monday at New Westminster with the  customary observances by tlie Hon.  Mr. Justice Clement,' and, after  soir.e - applications by Crown Counsel, Mi. A. H. McNeil, K. C, an  "adjournment, was   made'until 2  p.m  Mr. Charles -Hill-Tout, of Abbots-  lord was chosen foreman,of the jury  (grand) and after this body had  been sworn in, its members were  ir.st meted in - their duties ' b'y His  .Lordship, who poi'nted out that a  grand jury way one of, tlie most  resi-ensible bodies competed with the  Ijrihsh -jurisprudence as, if they  went wrong no powers could set  matter right. The volume of new  business he stated, was not heavv  sax cases being their duty to find  on. for 1ho present. This done he  would dismiss them until Friday &s  more work was expected -by them.  The first case for the grand jury  to consider was that of-Clvlstobel  Cassio, a Spaniard, charged wi-n,,  burglary.    .  ��������� Mr. MacNeil- asked , that the case  of ��������� Moses Paul, charged with murder, be traversed to tihe next as-  ji/es. " Tho man was sentenced for  life under_ another,, charge and , no  purpose could   be "served by proceed  hg.  ��������������������������� Mr. ��������� Stuart Henderson, counsel  for Moses'Paul- objected to -this,  and the court ruled that the case  stand on, the list. It may be  discussed again." At the present  proceedings are being on behalf of  Paul with reference to the mode cf  summoning of the jury by whom  he   was' tried.   ,  w.No order was' made in ' response  co Crown. Counsel's request '''hat  r,hi:" case: of Charles Dean be '.ot  taken   up  until  after' Monday.  Mr. David Gibbard of Mission successfully sustained his pica _ for ex-'  emption from the jury list on i.he  ground that he is at present in  the employ ol' the Dominion government as   a   lire   ranger.  The' "following .is the - list of petit  jurors" for the criminal'assize .corn-  mencing"'Monday: Charles Galbraith  New Westminster; Thomas Good-  child. Mt Lehman: James Gibson,  Port Moody; Donajld - Grant, New  W>.-.1 minster; John Goodmurphy, S.  Westminster;' Cecil Gaisford, Barnet  Henry Gazley, Abbotsford; Robert  Gooding, Port. Coquitlam; , Samuel  Gray, Strawberry Hill; Arthur K.  Goldsmith,' Aldergrove; Robert Gray  .Tr Kittson Road; W. L. Gammon,  Chilliwack; George Gibbard, Jr., of  Mission; James D. German,- Sperling; David Gibbard, Mission; Robert Galbraith, New Westminster; '��������� Percy Goseltine, Chilli wack;  Geergft W. Gray, Otter;. Alexander  M. Grieve,- Newr 'Westminster;- Geo.  G Cairns,. New Westminster; "Wm.  E. Gooding, New Westminster; R.  Gregg, New Westminster; Richaroi  Grecnway, New ��������� "Westminster; Jas.  S. Guthrie, New Westminster; Wm.  J. Graham, Haney; Joseph Goyette  New Westminster: Stanley M. Gibbs  Nicomin Island; P. H. Goldsmith, Abbotsford; William Garbutt  Cloverdale; Jo.in Gatley, Pnit Coquitlam; Arthur E. Gibson, Milner;  Alexander Gillie, Mt. Lehman; Jno  Gvvcna-p, New Westminster; Jamison  M. Graham, Milner; Frank J Glenn  Cloverdale; F. A. George, Chilliwack, Willia Hammond; Wm. J.  Goldstone, Surrey; ' Charles Gough,  Clayburn; J. W. Graham, ChiWi-  wa'*- William I. Goodwin, New  Westminster; Oliver Geeson, New  We-;tminstcr;Martin N. Gibbertson,  Pitt River; James Good, Surrey;  Gcuge T. Gould, Coquitlam; Lyle  E. Garrot, Hall's Prairie; William  Graham, Chi'iliwack;. W.-..-.J.-'- M.  Gardner Hammond;. CliveM. Good  win, New Westminster; Cames B,  Gibbon, New Westm inster; George  W. Green, Sardis; James Gowans,  Chilliwack; Ludger -Gauthier, Fraser  Mil's; Arthur Graham, Chilliwack.  In   less   than   an   hour   from      resumption   of   the   assize   court     the  giaud   jury   returned  true  bills     in  the   case     of   Cassio   and   Prevost,  land   both   cases   were   disposed   of.  ,'j:v.   Bates   for   Sliooliiis   Notices.  S   'A.   FLETCHU' TAKES .  new p'or-irrrpN  After four years' Service as gov-'  eminent, agent "in the New West--  minster district and ten years connection with the provincial government' 'offices in .New W stminster, S  A, Fletcher has been promoted to  tne position of inspector of.agencies  in the province and will now spend)  his time visiting the-, various parts  of   British   Columbia. (  Mr. Ftatchcr also occupies the}  position of registrar or voters and  assessor   of   the   court of revision.  Just who his successor will be  is a1; .yet unknown and will probably 'not be announced until the  revii-i of Sir Richard at present iu  England,  iiOO   Shooting   Notices   For  See' Bates.  Sale  JURORS SUMMONED  Tho jurors who will dispose of  the docket at the crim inal court  of assize, which starts on Monday  lva/c be"en summoned. The list of  grand jurors is as follows-?' J. ..P.  Hairison, Chilliwack; Charles Hill- ���������  Tout, Abbotsford; William Hilt  La;;gley; Seymour fluff, Ludner; R.  Hill-Tout, Abbotsford; Chas Hope,  D. -Hendry, New Westminster; Jos.  Jaggers, New WestmiMjter; ! David  Hughes, White Rock;- Ernest Hogg,  Agassiz; Isaac Hudson, New Westminster; Arthur IIu,to:i-Harrop, Ab-  hotnford; Leland F. Hornby,. East  Delta.       ' ���������  HARRON  BROS.  Embalmers and Funeral Directors  Vancouver,  Office   and   chapel   1034 Granville St., ' Phone 3486  Worth "Vancouver, uince and  Chapel���������116  2nd  St.  Phone  131.  NOTICE TO* CONTRACTORS  ' -Aldergrove   School  Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Ten ���������  der for Aldergrovc school," will be received by t he Honourable the Minister  of Public Works up to noon of Monday -  the 22 nd day of September, 1913  erection and completion of a two-room  school and conveniences to Aldergrove School, in- the Chilliwack  School   District.  Plans specifications, contract, and  forms of tender may be seen on and  after the 8th day of September 1913  at the office' of R. A. Payne, sec  retary, school board, A,dergrove; Mr.  S. A. Fletcher,, Government Agent at  New West minster; or the Department  of Public Works, Victoria, B. C.  Intending tenderers can obtain a  copy of plans and specifications for  the sum of ten dollars'($10) by applying to the undersigned,which wi;l  be returned on receipt of same in  good order.  Each proposal must be accompanied by an accepted bank cheque or  certificate of deposit on a chartered  bank of Canada, made payable to the  Honourable the Minister of Public ,  Works for a sum equal to ten per  cent of the tender, which shall he for  feited if the party tendering decline  to enter into contract when called  upon to do so, or if he fail to complete the work contracted for. The  cheques or certificatcs^of deposit of  unsuccessful tenderers will be return-'  ed to them upon the execution of the  contract.  Tenders will not be considered unless made out on the forms supplied,  signed''with the actual signature of  the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes  furnished.  The lowest or any tender uot necessarily accepted.  '     -    J. E. GRIFFITH,  Public Works Engineer..  Department of Public Works, , ���������  Victoria,   September 5th, 1913,     .-  1 ;  ������!.������*  KgCEJjFAS  VfJGi' THE ABBOTSFORD POS'l  ABBOTSFORD, B. ' "0",  Mis.   B,   B. Smith left   on Sunday  on     a    visit    to    friends  Clinton, Michigan. ,  in  'or I  Mi'.s   McMasters   of   the   telephone  staff,   is     enjoying   a   holiday,   Miss  Walker   is- assisting   during   h'er.ab-  .sence.  0-1   Monday  kiiK.tiet     was  i.co.des   Guild  elmrcli in   the ,  tables     T."'ere  seating   eighty  til ace     was  gi(;s:s   Prof.  evening   the    loth ,-  a  given   by    the   young  of   the   Presbyterian  church   building Three  arranged    callable   of  ' persons    and   every  taken    by   the   invited  Geo   E.   Pidgeon,   D.I)  of Westminster Hall, Vancouver,  ��������� was the principal speaker and he  gave an inspiring address on Critical Momeuts in the life of individual families, churches communities,  and nations. Short appropriate  y.u i ( hes were made also by Principal Edwards ' of -the ' Abbotsford  public schools, G. Wood, student  min'stir fivr.i Upper Sumas; .Mr. J  A McGowan W. Owens, Mrs. False':, Mrs. Campbell.and Miss Troth  ewey. Mr. D. Blair presided at the  ors,.vi autf musical selections were  given by Mrs. Clark, Mr. Wood,and  the Y. P. Guild. A most enjoyable  evening was spent and. hearty votes  of thanks were presented to the nie-  mhei;: of the Guild and to the  others who contributed to the sue  C'i;s   of   the   eveiJlng.  CHILLIWACK   FAIR REPORTED   A      SUCCESS  - "The   best    ��������� exhibits    in  .    forty  years   perfect   weather;  a record sec  ond   day    attendance!   What      more  c.-'iild   we   ask?"  This   was   what   President     J. T.  Maynar.I   had   to   say   at   the     cud  of    the    second   day   of   the  Chilli-  wa..k -exhibition.   After   this   cxcla-J  mat ion   he   continued: "There were'a,  thousand     children '   on    the      fair  *   grounds   to   day,   all   admitted  free;  there   were 1142 i paid- admissions and  there   were   at   least    two   .hundred  passed   on   exhibitors'   tickets.   That  makes   ai<      attendance   -of     nearly  2400   This   is   away-    in   excess    of  any- former   second   day.      To  morrow    is   the   big     day   and   if    our  good   luck   continues   we   will    have  the   biggest   crowd     that   ever    attended   a    district    fair   in    British  Columbia."  Tho   fair   was   a   decided     success  in   every   particular.   Some   grounds  improvements   have   been made since  last   year,   notably the   building    of  new   live stfock exhibit stables,     new  fencing' and   the ' improvement of the  race   track   On   the   latter over $800  have   been   expended, and   now     the  Chilliwack   track  is pronounced     by  horsemen   to   be   the   best   half-mile  track   in  British   Columbia.  The   programme   of the   day     was  opceed   with    a   parade of the school  children   of   the   .valley   These     performed   in   procession   ranks in front  of. the   city   rail,    and   led by   the  band marched one   thousand     strong  through   the   main   streets  of   Chilli  wacV .and   down   to   the fair ground  ���������Upon   arrival   ii������  front   of   the    fine  grand   stand    they    were    addressed  by   C.   W.   Munro,   former   M. P. P.  Mr.   Munro   is   a   lover    of   children  and -:'h*j   wins   a   return affection. He  told   the   children   of   the  hardships  encountered   by   their     parents who  had   fought   against   odds   and    conquered,    showing   them     how   much  greater   their opportunity     He    ad-  u.-ed   them   to   stay   with  the farm  saying     that   farming   was   a dignified   peofession,   one in which     there  is   f( und    greater     success,   content  an 1   well-being  than   in   any     -other  calling. .   ....  Pprcs'dent Maynard introduced Mr.  S. A. Cawley, M. L. A,., and  the member for the district/ of  oil the success of their forty-first  directors of the Agricultural society  Chilliwack, He complimented the  exhibition and commended the farmers of Chilliwack for the interest  . manifested by their splendid attend  ance  and   excellent   exhibits.     Then  he   harked   back  first   knowledge  and   spoke     of  ���������vancenient  tha,'t  thirty- y; ars  t,o his  of   the   community,  the . wonderful      nd-  ���������iiiid   been  made     in  Chilliwack in every, branch of agri-  cu'ii-re, making special" mention of  live stock The member was limited  to ten minu'tcm but considering the  wav he spoke ' one would 'innieric  wav he spoke one would imagine, a  :VII',>\v was preparing for (he next  provincial election,; however he finished with a strung appeal to the  people o: Chilliwack municipalily  to take even gealer interest- in the  fair in the, interest of themselves  and, ihe. community, and the prov-  Ylie fair was a credit lo the com-  mui.iiy is what the people from  here,  '\V  NOTiO.10 IS I1EKEUY GIVEN  that the partnership heretofore sub  istiiu-; between us the undersigned,  as dairymen at the town of Abbots-, ford, Province of British ColT  uml.'-i'i, under the .firm name oT Giroday and Cornel, has this < day  been   iiishjoiven   hy.m'tilual   tonscntj  All debts owing to the said partnership are to be paid to Henry  A. Cornel at Abbotsford aforesaid,  who is continuing the said business, and ali claims against the  said partnership are to b'e present  ed to the said Henry A. Cornel by  whom.    the,, same 'will   be   set Wed.  Dated this 29th day of August,  A.   D.    1913,  MADELINE B. de la GIRODAY.  HENRY   A.   CORNEL.  WATER NOTICE  . Application for a licence to - take  and use water will be made under  the "Water Ac.t" of British Columbia, as. follows:  1. The' name and residence of the  applicants is Hannah Fraser and  William Roberts, of Abbotsford. B.  0.  2. The stream flows from a  spring situated on Lot 'J, plan of  subdivision of part of S. E. ���������]-, Sec.  22, Tp IG, N. W. D. owned by Hannah" Fraser and flows in a sotherly  direction and empties into a larger  creek near Sumas Prairie. ���������  3. The quantity of water applied  for is as follows: 30,000 gallons per  day.  ���������1. The point of diversion is on  the   above described Lot 4.  5. It is a 10,000 gallon tank  with   50   foot dam  (>. The purpose for which the water will be used is for Domestic purposes  7. The water is to be used in Ab  Dotsiord   Townsite.  8. The description is that described above, owned by Hannah Fraser,  one   of   the  applicants.  9. The length and., breadth or area of the right-of-way required over  Dominion or Provincial Crown land  wnich will be affected 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 lauds not owned by the applicant which will he affected by the  said works, so far as known, is a-  bout 500 feet   long by 4 feet wide.  .11.   This    notice      was       publisn-  ed in the   Abbotsford Post, published  at Abbotsford, B.  C, August 15,'13.  12.   The address  to    which  notices  to   the    app,icant may  lie mailed  is  P. O. Box 82, Abbotsford, 13. C.  HANNAH FRASER,  WILLIAM ROBERTS,  ���������Applicants.  and   It.   J.   Short; cod.  2.   The   address   of   the.'applicant  is   Al/notsford,   B.   C.  ' 3,   'Pile   name   of   the  stream      is  a   running   spring.  The stream has its source i������  right-ol-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 lliree hundred  and thirty eight feet east from  crossing of above mentioned railway and .'Oscar Street, Abbotsford,  Townsite.  4. The water is to - he diverted  from the spring on tlui north side  of the Victoria Vancouver .& Eastern  Ry .& Nav. Co.'s right of way about  338 feet east from Victoria Vancouver and Eastern Ity &��������� Navigation  Company's crossing over Oscar St.  5. The purpose for which the.  water will be used is Domestic and  household   purposes.  (i. The land on which the water  is to he- used is, described as fol-  ows> Lots M, 15' and 1(1, Block 50  Lots V mid 8,' Block 40, also Lots  18, .U), 20, 21, .15 aiuli 15a, Block  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  i,  spring located at a point 00 feet  northeasterly at right angles from  centre line of main track ot 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   1918.  .11. A copy of this notice and an-  application pursuant, thereto and to  the require;merits of the "Water  Act" will be filed in the office of  the Water' Recorder at New Westminster,   B.   C.  Objections may be filed with the  said Water "'Recordccr, or with the  Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C.  T. A. Swift; Joseph Sanderson;  Edward Ruthig; James Murphy;  James McElroy; Bernard McElroy;  Robert J. Shorlreed. Applicants.-  By   THOMAS'  A.   SWIFT,   Agent.  ���������....������.������,... & Taylor  (Associate   Members Can.  Soc. C. E.)  Civil Engineers'-  R. A. HENDERSON  B. C. LAND   SURVEYOR  Office, next P. O. P. O.Boxl 1  lWHnMkr������^i ���������.*^*&:^nafiM=jm^+i���������:������>*������m'**  >  VV/TKR      NOTICE  atsqui   Hotel  MISSION   CITY, B.C.  M. MacDonald.   PL 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 tho Fraser Valley.  Porfer meets all trains  Eo .0. Brundage  Painter and Decorator  i  .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 flo-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  Abbotsford Feed Store  Presbyterian Church Notice  Abbotsford  Pa'stor���������Rev. J.  L.  Campbell,  Ii.  A.,' B. D.  Services���������Sunday  school  10  a.m.  Public iWotrahip 11 ,a. m.  Teacher training class 3 run.  Public .Woii-sfhip 7.30 p. in.  Choiir Practice, Friday 8 p. m.  Meeting  far Bib'lo    Study    und  Prayer Weduieuduiy 8 p. m.,  Huntingdon  Sunday School,  2.15 p. m.  Public Worship 3.30 p. m.  COME to Mission City on Labor Day,  J.  Builder and Contractor  Estimates Given Free  Phone Connection        Mission City  City Blacksmith Shop and Carriage Building  S. KRAVOSKI PROPRIETOR  For Horseshoeing, General Blacksmithing,  Wagon-Making and Repairing, Carriage  building   and   Expert   Carriage Painting  I rial  We will use you right.  Abbotsford  Electric Light  For the Residence,  Store oi* Office.  Application for a licence Lo 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;    Barnard   McElroy;  If'you want any artistic work in  Painting, Paperhanging and Decorating give us a call.  Practical work  at practical  prices  Gladys Ave.  Abbotsford  ctric Power  For Factories and  Industrial Plants  Convenience       Comfort      Economy  Attention will be civen to all aDDlications lor service from our lines.  Detailed information concerning service will be furnished on application to  the offices of the Light and Power Dqpt. loca'ed at  Vancouver Abbotsford New Westminster  B. C Electric blk. ^ B. C. Electric blk.  ���������J,  uroliia Electric Railway

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