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Array Xi^^  /■!  \N-''■''''•'   J.-iv^-"'''  THE  DELTA  *)  if   C-L-  Vol. |. No. 21.  LADNER, B. C, SATURDAY, JULY   12, 1902.  $1.00 a year.  'J:  ! •/  \  I IBS IN 15 SIB  Mast Meeting of Fishermen at Port Guichon  Yesterday.  f At a matt [[meeting of the fishermen of the Fraser river residing in  this vicinity, held at Port Guichon,  yesterday afternoon, it was decided  to have nothing whatever to do with  the Sliding scale proposed by the  cannery men.   The price to be asked  was not less than 15 cents per fish-  A large number were in attend-  ' ance.    Grand President Fred Tay-  ; lor presided and opened the meeting  with a few brief remarks about the  fitting on the river.     Several can-  '^erVtotn had been asked to attend  I the meeting, but none took advantage of the invitation. He explained  that the object of the meeting was to  get the opinion of the fishermen,  whether Union or non-union man,  as to what they would do this season  as to the price they wished to receive for their fish.     He explained  the sliding scale in a broad and  philosophical   manner.      On   the  American side the cannerymen were  offering from 15 to 17 cents a   f sh  and to have peace and good will reign  along the river, the lowest medium  price would be asked-—15 cents a  fish. He did cot think tie cannery-  men hired all their help on the sliding scale proposition, for if they did  It would not bean- easy task to get  men to manage their affairs.  > - Several others spoke briefly and  Stated, that tl ey would not go out  for less than 15 cents a fish for the  season;      It ' was   the   universal  opinion that the sliding scale was a  humbug and unsatisfactory,for when  fishermen had finished their day's  Work, they wanted to have some  idea as to what they had earned.  With the sliding scale they would  not know, and at the end of the  season the price paid would no doubt  toe about io cents.    All they wished  \was A living rate, and they did not  ttjhirijk ithat the price was at all ■ un-  «asona)bJe, and hoped the matter  ■ would Ibe #franged peacefully.  A niee$*ig<af the local lodge will  be hejd.fttes «wenfng when resolutions .will be passed definitely deciding their terms,.  ■ . 1  ■  1  ■  Fishery News.  All the Cahners of the Fraser  riv*r .without exception have agreed  on the uniform price for sockeye  salmon for the season of 1902. They  . offer a sliding Scale from 20 cents to  lo}4 cents, according to the size of  ' ** the pack. Up to a pack of 200,000  cases 20 cents a fish and in proportion, to 600,000 eases 10^ cents.  '£he pack on the river will be ascertained either from the bathroom  returns or from the sworn returns  made to tl.e goveri' ment.  Fl.ould fishermen desire payment  before the actual pack is ascertained  they will be paid 10^ cents per fish  On account, any balance to be paid  to the fishermen or order within one  Week after the end of the sockeye  Meson. Trap or outside fish not to  be included In the pack. ,  fcr the year 1902 up tp the present date, 1450 fishermen's licenses  have been issued from the office of j  . tie Frr.ser river distri^, about a!  thousand less than had been record-'  ed at the same date in 1901. This'  Shortage is about equally divided  bUvKtu the lists of white men and!  Jajtine? . and sef.ms to be pwing to!  several causes equally affecting each.  The chef cause, perhaps is the prevailing u'-certainty ofthe relations  between labor and capital, and the  almost entire absence of a cemmun  ity of interest between the fishermen and the cannerymen.  The fisher es department having  experienced considerable trouble in  the past by the fishermen not knowing the exact time to start out fishing and different signals have been  used. This year Inspector Sword  has adopted a new plan viz., signal  rockets. A specially heavy grade  of aerial maroons has been purchased, and punctually at 6 p. m. on  Sundays, Standard time, commencing next Sunday, these rockets  will ascend to a great height and  burst. As it is broad daylight at  that time, it is presumed this point  has not been overlooked; besides,  there is likely to be a very considerable detonation as well. Simultaneously these signals will be discharged at New Westminster, Deas  islam', Canoe lass, Garry Point  and Kburne.  Lulu Island Ra lway.  The time table of the Vancouver  & Lulu Island Railroad will be issued to the general public at an  early date.  For the present there will be  placed in effect a time card embracing the running of three trains each  way daily. The first train will  leave the C. P. K. depot in Vancouver at 8.30 a.m., arriving in Steveston at 9:30 a.m. Another train will  leave at 2:20 p.m. and another at  5:30 p:m., each of them reaching  Steveston one hour after its depart  ure from that city. Trains from the  Steveston end of the road will leave  at 7 a.m., n a.m. and 4 p.m. reaching Vancouver one hour later.  While the above time card may  be subjected to some slight alteration  before being placed in effect, it is  understood that it is in the main  correct. The one hour trip between  Vancouver and Steveston is inclusive  of stops at various stations recently  erected on Lulu Island. When increasing business warrants the placing of extra trains on the route they  will be forthcoming.  Academy of Music.  Miss Alice Ladner, daughter of  Councilor Thos. E. Ladner, returned home on Monday from Yale  where she had been attending Ali  Hallow's school. Previous to tht  closing of the school the report of  the examinations for the Royal  Academy of music was received.  She stands second on the list ot  those who passed from the school,  and fourth in the Dominion of Canada. Gladys Lord, neice of Mi  Ladner who attends the same school  also made an excellent standing ii  the same musical examination, being third in All Hallow's and fifth  in the Dominion, Both yourg  ladies took the matriculation examination for McGiU university. The  results will not be made known foi  some time yet.  National  Game.  . A supply of lacrosse sticks havi  arrived in town and we hot e to sec  in the very near future a first class  team at work. So far t'lere have  only hem a few who have in luk e .  in the natii nal g&tne, and these tfrc  a good stutter for a champion te'anV.  LOCAL NEWS.  Mrs. W. B. Skinner of Vancouver  is visiting at the home of Alex.  Davies.  Charles George, a cattle buyer of  Vancouver was in Ladner yesterday  looking over the stock in the Delta.  W. Asbury sr., aud wife have returned to their home in East Delta  after an extended visit to Victoria.  Mr. and Mrs. N. Mitchell of Crescent Islaud returned this week from  Victoria where they had been visiting.  Quite a large number of Indians  have arrived and camped along the  river to work in the canneries and  to fish.  Miss Connie Green is at Westminster visiting with friends. Miss  Muriel Green is at Yale for a few-  weeks outing.  W. Asbury, manager of F. J.  Coulthard's farm at Mud Bay was  visiting the Royal City this week  on business.  There will be no service in the  Bap ist church Sunday, owing to  the absence of Rev. Williamson at  the convention.  A large attendance of the members ofthe L. O. L. attended the  service held in the Presbyterian  church on Sunday evening.  At the oilery, opposite Ladner,  preparations are being made for the  seasons work. About twenty men  are at present eifgaged.  Mrs. Marshall Smith arrived from  Vancouver, Wednesday evening,  Mr. Smith returning with her.  They will move into the Woodward  houses hortly.  Henry Doyle, manager of the  Packer's Association in British Columbia, was along the Fraser river  this week looking over the company's interests.  N. A. McDiarmid, clerk of the  municipality, who recently purchased the residence of B. S. Mc  Donald on Stanley street, will move  in the first of the week.  Mrs. W. A. Kirkland returned  from a ten days visit to Vaucouver  Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Morgan accompanied her and will re  main for some time visiting.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Bond, who have  been visiting their daughter Mrs.  Angus Clark, left Ladner on their  return trip totieir home near Guelph  Ontario, on Friday morning.  Elder J. L. Wilson of Vancouver,  supeiii t.'i dent of the .Seventh Day  Advenlis'.s of the province, arrived  in 1 own tiiis week and will assist in  the services at the Cotton Tabernacle.  W. Woodward,  one of Ladner's  p:i.veers, left yesterday morning for  Vancouver, where he intends to  make bis home shortly. The family will leave iua short time for the  Terminal Gity.  W. H. Taylor who has recently  purchased the blacksmith business  on Westham street is prepared to do  all kinds of blnckmnithing, horse-  skoing and general repairing. See  his ad. in this issue.  The Lulie.i Aid ofthe Methodist  church held .1 very successful raspberry and ice cream social in the  town l.all on Ttiesd v evening. A  very good progrorn was rendered.  The proceeds amounted to .''41.00.  Don't Know Him.  Wednesday evening and Thursday, reports were circulated that  Merrill the partner of the celebrated  desparado Tracy had arrived from  the States. Some claimed it was  Tracy but others were quite as confident that the individual was Merrill. The man answered to the  description mora or less and did  not look to be a very desirable  citizen. He disappeared as mysteriously as he came. The reeve  notified the provincial police at  Westminster, but as 110 poise headed by bloodhounds have arrived we  presume that these murderers will  be arrested with very little demonstration if they arrive on Canadian  soil.   The Campers.  Every trip of the steamer Transfer to Ladner brings campers for  Boundary Bay. Until a few days  ago the weather has been a little too  cool fcr much enjoyment at the Bay,  but now campers are blessed with  beautiful warm weather. Although  the season is late quite a number are  enjoying outdoor life at the beach.  If more convenient accommodation  were provided at the Bay, as a summer resort that place should be very  popular, It is an excellent place  for bathing, has a beautiful sandy-  beach, and plenty of shade from the  hot sun.  Night-Blooming Cereus.  That triumph of floriculture,- a  night-blooming cereus, attracted a  large number of visitors Tuesday  evening'to the nursery of M.J.Henry  on the Westminster road, says, the  Province, It was in bud last year,  but this is the. first time Mr. Henry  has developed it to the flowering  stage in Vancouver. The beautiful  flower was eighteen inches in circumstances. It became fully developed at midnight, and gradually  faded away thismorning.. Mr. Henry-  expects another plant of the same  variety to flower in a few days.  The annual meeting of the W. C,  T. U. was held, Friday, July 4th, in  the Baptist church. The following  officers were elected for the ensuing  year: President, Mrs. Shoff; vice-  president, Mrs. Stainton; [corresponding secretary,, Mrs. H. J. Kirkland ; recording secretary, Miss Las-  siter; treasurer, Mrs. Kerr. The  delegates to the convention are Mrs.  Kirkland and Mrs, Shoff.  IE!  Very Good Market This  Week.-Death oi Mrs.  McQuarrie,  Nevv Westminster, July 12th.—  The market this week was good.  Meat and poultry were short and  eggs were scarce and sold  quickly.  The sale of new potatoes was sLo.v.  BK8P per peund  Hindquarters    6c  Forequarterrf    j# fa 0    ■■■  MrjTTo.v  Whole    9 ton,  PORK  Whole    S  viui.  Smalt    ioJl-  Laree _ .7  BUTTER        17 to 7-,<.  sock      ton   •  P«talo*i, old     vA'to6.i  "       oew     1.J5  Hay  10  per doz-  Egg"     37 to.10 o,;  Fowls _      $6.30  Ducks     J5.0, to' n.m  Broilers   FUUIT  Gooseberries  Cherries   Currents   3 00 to 4 <Kt        fie.      -I'to 7      5I06  per crate  Raspberries 4    J1.25 to Jl.su  At a theatre, there was a young  man who had seen the play before.  He let everybody for five seats round  know that, and he- kept telling them  what was coming, and what it would  be like when it come. He had a  pretty girl with him, and he was  trying to assist her. At length he  said:—"Did ypu ever try listening  to a play with your eyes shut. You  have no idea how funny it seems."  A man who sat just in front twisted  himself round aud glared at the  young man. "Aa say young chep,"  lie said, "hes thou Ivvor tried listening to a play wi' thy mouthshut?''  Mrs.  Walker,   wife of sergeant  Walker of the provincial police at  Victoria passed through Ladner for j  Westminster yesterday  and spent a'  few hours visiting with her brother  F. J. MacKenzie.  Mrs. Parr, daughter of Councilor  and Mr;. Arthur, returned to her  home at Custer, Wash., last week  after several weeks visit here.  The death occurred on Monday  night of Mrs. McQurrie, wife of contractor L. McQuarrie after a few  days' illness. The cause of death  was a clot of blood on the brain.  The deceased lady was 67 years of  age and was born in Streetsville in  1835. She removed to this city in  1S89. Her family, four sons, with  the exception of a daughter; survive  her.  Quite a number of Sunday school  picnics from this city have; visited  Vancouver during the past week,  A large crowd of Qranjctnen and  their friends went up to Mission  this morning where the district celebration is being held*  "Home, Sweet Home,"  The- Ladner Cornet Band has  been the pride of Ladner and. the.  Delta district since its organization,  but one of our neighboring residents  has a serious kick. It seems about  a week ago he secured the services  of a young lady at Victoria to assist  in the house work as his. residence,  she bad only arrived two days,  when the band played several »elect=  ions in that vicinity, and before  there departure were takeu into the  lawn where refreshments were sen  ved. As a last selection the band  plaj'ed the old piece known to all,  "Home Sweet Home," • The music  was without parallel and as th$  sweet notes and tender strains were  rendered by the players .the young  lady retired to th§ house amidst  sobs and then put in the remainder  ofthe night in tears. Sympathy  was extended, but without avail  and the next morning she "left on  the Victoria boat for her home.  600 Entombed,  Pittsburg, July ip.-ijt is report:  ed that an explosion qpcurred in the  Cambria Coal Company's mine, near  Johnston, Pa.,- thjs afternoon, Sbj.  hundred men are entombed, They  are about two miles from the mouti}  of the pit. Three men escaped and  report seeing many dead. One re*  port says 100 to 250 ara dead,'  So far only a few boats have been  out in the vicinity of Ladner, and  the catch has only been medium.,  Along at One or two of the canneries they are getting quite a number  of sockeyes, THE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY  12, 1902.  THE   DELTA NEWS  BY   ki". .   /.   FJj^SER.  •bttrtpt'  ioa Price, per >««r In advance, {l.oo  better ;  will I  SATURDAY,  JUI.Y   12,    IOC*?.  As i o.ed in our last issue the  people of New Westminster are  much agifa^ed oyer "the attempt to  divert Delta's trade." To them, we  would say, don't get flurried. The  farmers of the Delta are a staid, reliable people, and not easily taken  up with every new scheme that  comes along, until first thoroughly  investigated by themselves, So far  no opportunity has been offered to  shtt-v wha r.dva.itage it would be  for tl em totralein Vancouver it  preference to New Westminster.  The mere fact of a railway from  Steveston to Vancouver, and a boat  service from Ladner to Steveston up  matter how good, is no inducement  for the farmers tq take their produce  Jp. Vancouver. In Westminster  they have their regular customers,  and if peed be their word is as good  as their cash, while in Vancouver  pustomers and credit would have to  be found and established. Eurthe: -  more, there is no market hall ii  Vancouver, and it will probably bi  some tjrne b;e|iprs a site js settled upon and a building ready. In the  meantime frade still continues to g.  to the Royal City.  Perhaps the people of New Wes*.  minster have formed rather an erroneous idea about the boat service  Thk News is informed, and con  siderable reliance is placed upoi  {he soujxe from ^vhich it come:;,  that the steamer Transfer will make  her usual runs up aud down river,  and in addition will return iron:  Steveston to Ladner in the evening,  where she will remain for the night,  returning to Steveston iu the morning before her regular trip, anc  reach New Westminster on the present schedule time. With improvements as to carriage and wharfage  rates, a very excellent service will  thus be still maintained.  Heretofore, a large percentage of  products of the Delta has found a  market in, Victoria. It is probably  this trade more than that of New  Westminster, which the people oi  Vancouver, will try to capture. II  so, all vgry well and good. Royal  City people would still have their  sh;.-.e.  It might be pointed out to the  repple of both New Westminster  and, Vancouver that the merchants  of Ladner and Port Guichon carry  ml. lines in drygood^, groceries, etc..  consequently, but a small portion o  \j\ united efforts, _  be for all. \\ hf,a a i^i} ceases to  -row it be^in ; to die, and the more  people try to kill egch other in their  business the more readily will utter  ruin cpme to all, Stand together  fortheadvai cement of every citizen.  If a man shows ability to prosper  do not pull him back through jealousy or weigh him down through a  cold indifference."  It is to be hoped the terrible warning of the drowning accident of  Thursday evening of last week will  be heeded by those who are in the  habit of allowing their children to  play too far away from their own  doorstep. Several other cases haye  been reported during the last few  weeks, where children come narrowly escaping a similar fate. Benson's  wharf or any other wharf, for {hat  matter, is no proper place for children to have a playground.  Nothing has been heard for sometime about fire protection for Ladner. The village should have some  safeguard against fire.  Advice for Chilliwack.  /,.. -. '. *■■  It has been discovered^ in the  United States that the introductioi  of the rural frail delivery system has  reduced the, sale of liquor. This  promotion of tempereance is due to  the fact that the farmers no longer  have to go to the towns and hang  about the saloons while waiting for  their mail.  CHURCH   NOTICES.  BAPTIST.  Services will be held on Sunday!  evening at 7:30. I. W. Williamspii, i  pastor.  CATH,OLIC.  Reverend Father Edni. Peytayin,  O.M.I. Services first Sunday of  each mouth at 10:30, a.m.  ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN.  Services next Lord's Day at 3p.m.  Sabbath School at 2 p.m. Midweek meeting on Thursday evening  at 7:30 o'clock. Thomas Oswald,  minister.  Al.I, saint's trenant.  Sen-ice will be held in the evening at 7.30 o'clock by Rev. W. Bell  METHODIST.  Services next Lord's Day at 11 a.m  and 7:30 p.m.  Everybody invited.    A. N. Miller,  pastor.    Gospel services at the tent every  evening except Monday.  Song service at 7:30 accompanied  by vocal instructions in note reading etc., if desired.  Services 8 p.m. sharp. A cordial invitation extended to the people pf Ladner and surrounding community.  AU instruction free. p. E. Davis,  C. Gpnclemen.  Services at tent Sunday at 3.30  p.m., Subject: "The First Dominion  and  Why  Qo>'. did not kill  ?  ■ft  2f"  It The right time to set a hen is when the hen wants  to set."—Josh Billings.  1  The right time to buy Pianos or Organs is when  they can be bought at Wholesale Prices.  , . 4.  .r   we   aea  Recently while Fast I picked up some splendid bargains. In one  factory alqpe I had my choice of over 200 insti uments that had been returned to the factory frpm branch stores tint had been closed up.  All of them were new and were offered at such low prices that I  purchased for cash two carloads. You seel found that .'.' hen "^ very  anxious " to set."  The first carload has arrived and is now ready fpr inspection. I  pan save buyers from $100 to $250 qni Pianos and jn game rjjtjo on Organs, as long as this stock lasts.  All are new.and as bright as a gold sovereign just out of the mint.  If you are putting off, DON'T DO IT. |275, $300, §325 wortl)  Mp to $500 and $600, and all Standard makes, most of them Large  Pabinet and Upright Grands. In Mahogany, Walnut and chpice quar:  ter sawed Oak cases.  Convenient terms can be arranged. Every Instrument fully war:  ranted.    Some for ten years.  We want every one of these instruments to go into private h#mes.  W. W. MONTELIUS  Exclusive Agent in B. C. for. the "NEW ART'* BELL and  other choice makef. '  410 Hastings, Street, VANCOUVER, B. C.  *  ::  i'  •T  ' -  *  NOTE—No due bills will be axepted,   and n instrument will be  sold to other dealers.  H-fciM' ♦ »fcH' ♦$ ♦ 'Hife* * *** * < +irK+:H~f *i«H~H  I  Hi  11  Satan." 7.30 p.m. "The Future  {his kind of trading can be expected I HQ|ne of CoA,s FeQPle ami tne Kill-  by either of these cities. The peop e ing of Satan, Where Haaveu Is.  pf the; Delta are each, year becoming  more alive to, the fact that, for var-  ic us reas >ns, \t pays them to trade  gs much as possible with the mer-  ».i ants here,  Every truly loyal citizen will en-  tffir^ \\ft following from a aensiblt  exchange: "The best way th build  »1]> a to^yn is to >,tand by every man  jn town. Ali residents should bt  partner.", not opponents. In al.  pkelihcwl the more business youi  rival f-oes the more you will do.  Every business '.raw who trer.ts hi?-  ti.ftoinershonestly, courteously ant  fairly  v, ill   get his share,   niul  the  EARLY CLOSING  The undermentioned have agreed  to close the ir | laces of business on  each Wednesday 1 except preceedjng  a general holiday) at 1 p. m. upji.1.  the end of September.  H.J.Hutcherson, R. May,  A. Clausen, McKee Bros,  F. J. MacKgnzie, H. McDowell,  John Mackenzie, S. McNally,  Marshall S-iiith,   G. T. McNally,  H. McCormick,    f. Reagrf,  Stokes & Ciillic,,   J. A. Shoff,  J. F. Btainton.  Ml-  !  Roues,   Rhododendrons,   Afl»llm,   Shade   Trees,  Small Prulta.  f.recnhouse and bedding out plants, at Lea* than  eastern or foreign prices.  Clemi certificate from the inspector.  Cnrden, FMdl and Flower Seeds.   Hach variety  tt-jted as to viullty, aud at close prices.  Penilisers,   Bee  Supplies,   Agricultural  Iraple  merits, 8tc,  New cut&logue tells you all about it.   Call and  examine our stock and get out list or send  for it: it win siiTe you money.'  Address  M. J,   HENRY,  jooo Westminster Road,   -   -   Vancourer, B C  HICK'S HOTEL  LADNER, B. C.  P. SHIRLEY. Proprietor.  Conveniently  situated and  first class in every particular.  BEST CUISINE SERVICE  G.W.Rudd  House Painting  Ladner, B; Q,  All kinds of painting  done.  Vou* orders solicited.  A*.A*-A~A«'&,»Q*Q,*if+ A ■ $».»♦  I  \  I  t houses s and  : Strawhpts  j. Ask to see our new Norfolk5Yoke"Suits? it i§ \\  i entirely new, the*!'lates^thingMn'dovs wear. \\  k* «j//.«i**.«.s.-.v      ■       •■■ , Oe^».U^n»a^Mt -  .,'— ■aJMntsklttsstatt..' -   -**i.*«^ 1— *...     .       .wail    ■   1 1 n laiiw^mwsja -ijsj  ^ J. E. PHILLIPS ,  709-711 Columbia Street   ;-;    New Westminster,     ''  <^«-«;>»«{H<t.»>.».l}l'S <l « <■ SIS>i».l(l.».«>.S.»>iS» »<ijl ♦ « ♦ ■ ♦ s ^ ■ s> s ^  »  Pi  ••••••••• ••»•••••«§••••••»>«}••••  (HBy.i  J Refitted throughout with Npw Horses, New Baggies t  9 mm' '- 'I  JOHN SIMPSON, Proprietor.  and Hacks.    Good saddle Horses alway on hand.  f Lowest Rates,  4  ;  Telephone No. 13. J  W. H. Smith,    .    J-ltif!-  CV-T"^  \)n\:\:  li..j.i . ;\n be  sectirei. (   Trj-  For first class Toitsc|rial  work go to SHOFF1 S^  5<'9 New   .  '.'he '.' WISITANOS.'  LADNKR, B.C.  WM. ALEXAKlJKK, PROP.  Livery rigs and |addle horses fyf  hire.    Horsesi bought ana sole!  on commission.  To Intelligent Business  Men and Farmerg:  Insure your Stocks, Houses and  Barns in the Anglo-American and  Equity Firf Insurance Compan:  ies. We are not in the Insurance  Trust, and can positively save ypu  rflOney.   Gall pr write for rates.  A. Wi MoIiEOD,  DISTRICT agent.  Qffice: Burr Block, Columbia street,  'Phone 62.       New Westminster  You make no mistake if  you order'your Suits from  a.T.  Kill  ?   §  reaniing(  lone on short notke.  if/rt  ' ajAleouii Cents Tai5oring  V...,,M'.K.B.C.  Agent for  nm m « M  A full stack of Bq(iHe3, Carriages slwaTS mm  haaoV Eepslrlng; of a(l d«cri»Uons.  HOTEL LELAND,...  R. nowsTyeJI, Prop. Vancouver, 6. C.  On* block from C P. R. Depot and f tesmboaf  whnnt». Newly nnovsttd and, rosaoiltllcaf.  Kiitcs, Ji.jn lojj^prr day.  Cor. iJrnunlk >.nd llattlnyssts.  Tlfc^ THJE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, JUI.Y  ia, 1902.  jmm in 1.1 m i—eaacsga—i j g=w  Advice In Meter,  The following metrical advice rto  <the city council contributed by a well  known .Scotch bard to a local city  .paper.  Noo Bailies since ye' ve taen yerjseats,  Arpon the civic chair,  Lat's hope ye'.ll dae yer verra best  Tae help the nettJLord Mayor.^;  If workin' onscommittes, J '^^  Be<ure,yeraye on time; j  For.stoppin' the proceedin'r, I  Is no a bailies' line.  The Road Committee without dvot  Will see the lanes arejwellclentuot:  An' streets in proper order kept  Bj.jR.,workin' seto'scaffers.  The health commjt.tee hae thek*vork  In purifying a' that's dark;  An' seein'that the. drains arc. clean  An' kept in,sweet condition.  Th* Fire Committee tae maun see  (Sflbat a' the firemen do agree,  An' tend their work baith nicht and  •'day.  When wi' atfire thej-'xe-in the fray.  The Police Committee hae,the job  •G' lookin' oot that ilka Bob  ;Ifcvpn his beat and in the street,  \W.har he's maist wantit.  Vancouver Market.  A market site.where the produce  of Lulu Island and theDeltajdistriet  may be accommodated willj.be tac-  quired .by the city if the council  next Monday evening considers favorably a proposition which will be  laid before it by the C. P. R.  For. some time past negotiations  for a market site have been going  on between Mayor Neelands and  Mr. Marpole, general snperiiiten-  ent of the C. P. R- The preliminaries have been concluded and await  the ratification of the council.  For certain concessions the C. P.  R is willing to give the city a site  for a market. It is understood that  the site offered lies on the line of.the  V..&. L. I. Railway at a point near  the cement works on False Creek.  It is central and fronting directly on  the railroad tracks it affords the farmers of Lulu Island every facility  for marketing their produce with  the least possible trouble.-Province.  The Coronation.  King Edward will be ciowned on  a dale between Augtli' n and August 15. His recovery has been so  rapid and satis'. .ory that the  a:JO\e decision was arrived at Monday. No official announcement of  the fact has yet been made, however.  The pageant through the streets  and the ceremony at Westmidster  Abbey will be much curtailed from  the original plan. Their majesties  will ( riye from Buckingham Palace,  along through the Mall to Whitehall and thence to the  Abbey,   the  Hotel Colonial  j. !■;. iNBu;y..i'n*p.  »;.. 1 day.  ivcu   iu Commercial  Hatch,  $'.50 an  Special  attend  Travellers.  Cor. McKenzie and Ckiikrcm St«,  New West muster, U. C.  Up-to-Daie Incubator,  A Kentucky ^despatch says:—John  vFilson, a farmer, living seven miles  . sonth of Eminence, is the proud  father of forty-f^ur little chickens,  but mpch ofthe-credit for the results  , are due to the practical bent of his  .,wife!s mind.    For months past Fil-  .,sonri)jas been ill with a form of low i same route as taken at the opening  fever.     He was the sole support, of j of parliament.  ih^faprily, And the affairs of hi-:  ;bj^Uisehold became sadly steaiten~.d.  As weeks passed and there was  no  .sign of improvement,   the .woman  jbecargedesperate.'but.au inspiration | who discover coincidences has found  ...At laat/came to;her, and shedecided ; put that Sunday has-been an event-  •to utilize her husband's bodily heat ful or rather fateful day in thecareer  iin order to help their strained  re- , of.ihe King.     Writing to the Daily  .-sources. Borrowing four dozen eggs; News he points out tlie interesting  from' a neighbor, she placed them iiii (>t that it was on Sunday 1871,  bed with her husband, so protected fcaf he contracted the attack of ty-  that they would not be'crushed .by phoid fever which so nearly cost  his movements. The experiment- ii,m his life and that it was on Sun-  proved successful, and at the end of bjay that a turn for  the better was  The King's Day.  One of those industrious peopl  four weeks the sitting was finished,  Only four of the eggs  failed of re  made manifest in his <  It was  on Sunday that lie slipped and nearly  suits.   Fatherland chickens are crow-, broke his leg at Baron   Rothchild's  iVjs; over their, good  luck, and Eikj house.    On a Sunday he was fired  at by Sipido, a crazed individual in  Belgium, and on Sunday he took a  chill at Aldershot which preceded  bis present alarming illness. Av.d  on Sunday, he took, his turn for the  better which has since continued to  the great joy of loyal Britons, in all  parts of the Empire;  soil's fever has begun to subside.  The King's Dinner.  ■ The king's dinner to London's  submerged tenth took place July 5.  JJJtwas the only feature of the original  ■coronation programme not changed  or abandoned by reason ofthe king's  illness. Ever mindful of the welfare  .jrud happiness of hissubjects, even in  the face of death, His Majesty made  a special request that the dinner to  the poor be,given as planned.  It is doubtful if history records  anything like a parallel to the feast.  •No; single structure in all London  eopUi be found large enough to  ac-  Tbfl reason it would pay a church  to advertise is because the church  has something to offer which h  worth advertising-. The merchant  who thinks advertising a waste oi  money because everyone knows liin-  will remember, that everyone knows  :hc church. He is further invited  to consider that^he church ! as tioth  ,co5cnmodate the army  of London's ing to sell and cSjy offers something  1 <-or. that is free. The church oiTers value  •Btalf a mittipn of London's poor; jyithout cash and yet there are few  were King ..Edward's guests thai | K;;Ki respond to the regular an-  afteruoon. They were,scattered in nnuiicemeiits. Even to jive away  about 400 biills, schools and parks  in ^varying l.uml ers the greatest of the royal iheneficiaries  being^tSte^uey, where,np less than  4>;,ooo were entertained.  The .Vancouver .Lacrosse Club hv  ■ '    . ci .....    . - ■■  isnpivicefljthat it intejided  to  wii-  the Minto.,c,up next year, and to defeat NewtWestniinster *^'s •se:l''01'-  To encourage the th£H to turn 01:  and attend practice regularly a val  liable ejection  of prizes  will  be  offered i.iiy  the   committee  of the  llrocktojp'-Point Association for re,;;  iilar series of different athleti-' con -  .petitions-between now and   August  '21,   when   Vancouver   plays  Nc.v  .^Vptnj.ijiHler,  something valuable there must be  distinc ive  advertising   ivlicii -,,  get at the unders a- din..- oi the ordinary mortal and  c uch  the  argument and force a cbnyiction of trie  u-;;ith ofthe opportunity—Ad-Art.  Prosperity may not be dependent  upon advertising but prosperity i  .iio'c e isily stttaiiied through ad . et  tising. r.f a mail w itus to do bu- i  iiess lie ci ' get wi er range upon  the pe 'i !e i y puslii .; I is unnoui e  11ne.tr where ; e >; !e  will  see  the ■  who U'i  .i surely b  e interested. Ever\  ativsr'.i  tr car.   :'  et .some sort of ;r  tent, on  to   his c  'tablishment  if ! i  ai     i-i  ..  i\TiV ivli  •ci..-: ows i.d-i store  . 1 :.'je,.  V  !3wcrtbj  -ttei.tion.-Ad-Art.  Clarington Hotel  J. WISE, Proprietor. I  SOUTH WESTMINSTER, B. C.  Mackay& Southon  ||-%f  Columbia street,   -   NEW WKSTMIN8T^R,B.C.  Have just pUcxd in stock their second ijMtall-  ment of  -   Wst§B Paper   -  n    ew patter's aur at tnoderate prices, and cor-  d:niiv invite insiiect.ion of same.  General Bl'^D^saiith  Ladner, B. C.  e/tfh^jyfi^*,       First class  /W^Sffi^'i-^ work  ^l^-#?# a specialty.  too! Hnrftiorn On Iwn  illlll III  Across America.  A solid vestibuled train daily in  each direction.  Leaves Westminster, 10 a.m. ferry  Arrive.; Westminster by 2:30 p.m.  ferry.  Finest equipment in the west.  Fastest time to Kootenay and the  east. Tickets on sale to al) points  in Europe.  D,  P. SANDERSON, Agent.  NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.  €  P. N. Co.  TIME TABLE  NKW WJES'JIMINS'J'EH-STEVBSTON  KOUTK.  Stoairjer Transfer, loavos New Westminster, Monday 5 a.m. and 3 p.  m., Tues., Wed., Thurs., Friday  3 p.m, Saturday 2 p.m. Leaves  Steveston Mon., Tues., Wed.,  Thurs, 7 a. in, Friday 6 a. m.,  and Saturday 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.  calling at Fraser River landings  between New Westminster and  Steveston.  V-JCTOKIA NEW WESTMINSTER  .ROUTE.  S.S.   FrinceBs   Louis-e   leaves Victoria  Tuesdays   and Fridays   at 7   a.m.  Leaves   New   Westminster   Wednesdays   and   Saturdays at 7   a. m.,  Balling  at  Mayno,   Steveston   and  (Juiclion.  NEW   \VESTMNSTER-CH1LLIWA0K  ROUTK.  S.S. Beaver leaves New Westminster  Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at S a.m. Leaves Chilliwack  Tuesdays, Thursdays nnd Saturdays at 7 a.m. callim;- at Kraser  River landings between New  W,cstinineti r  and  Chilliwack.  ALASKA ROUTE.  +'or  Skagwuy direct, Sttanmhip  Amur.  VICTORIA-VANCOUVER ROUTE.  S S. Charmor leaves Victoria daily ut  1  a.m.    S.S. Cluirmor leaves Van-  cmiver daily at  J:15 p.m.  WEST COAST ROUTK.  Stoatnor Qiieoai City leaves Victoria  1st, Ultli nnd 20$ day of month  for it. 1,'eia'rew, Carumanali,  Claoose, Dodgers Cavp, Ecole, Al-  berni, Seohai-t, Ucfolet, C'layaquot  and Aluuii.et. For Ca| e Seott a'i'1  intet-mwUate ports on 2f>3i oi  month.  NORTIIERN  B.C.  COAST BODTE.  FROST & WOODS HOWORS with Roller and Bali, Bearings  Spjng Foot I,ift. We can give you choice of five different makes  Canadian or American.  T. J. Trapp & Co. Ltd \ TRAPP -""*■"■-*••  ^EW WESTMINSTER, B. C.  WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEPOT.  " ■ " .       . . ,U.I.  LARGE STOCK OF    :   .:    :  Wines, 'JSJeguprs & Mineral Water  Kept on hand and ready to  -   -  HII Orders at Short tiotioe.   -   -  Rctnil Dealers and other visitors to the city should inspect the stock™    Otulity uad qwrt-LtlO-M  to match the best.   Family trade A specialty, with prompt delf^ry suarantfedi.  Sole Agent for Kvilijh Coltimbia fur the l-'amuus Allouez ^s.gTie,8ia,Miaeral Watiir.  HARRY FREEMAN,   -   -   New Westttiinst^r, B. C.  Front Street, Next Steamboat Exchange.  ways in  The Siigg;estioB to Buy Home Saojdte  WHEN THEY ARE THE  BEST   IN   THE   WORLD  Home Grown and Home Jfade  SHOULD HAVE A VYVI J' I* JBREAKFA-ST  PLACE ON       iVy.-K ',        "TABLE  ALL     GROCERS  B. C. CIGAR FACTORY  B. C.—Noted Brand.  PHOENIX—With  Eagles.  OLD SPORT—Always Reliable.  B. WILBERG & C(,). new .Westminster; ,b..c.  P. O. HOX 65!.  I mm _ _- sa p^agg ihiS  Unless you want something in the machinery line, then  let me know and you will get satisfaction.     Agent for  I Peering, and McCormick Harvest- ; j  I ing Machinery, Cockshut Plows, j:  I Hig*!! Grade Canadian and Ameri- ''  i can Bicyljes and Sundries.     :   :    :  Have on hand the best Separator Oil in  Canada; binder Twine; CoalOil in bulk.  Pictures framed and mounted.    :    :    ;    ;  j  1  t GENERAL   AUCTIONEER  I J. F. Stainton, « Ladner, ]i  *-f+-f+-f-!-*-!-*-!-:H-H-f«J-f+-f4-f -H*^f4-H-»>frt-I->^»-I4:h»4'»i 1  A CO  £na   iTaT  NEW WESTMINSTl:R, B. C.  :   :    GENERAL HARDWARE MERCHANTS   j   |  SPRIVO ITBIHS  Garden Implements, Wheelbarrows  Paint* and Varnishes, Ksliotulne, Whiting;, Mur&lp, Alnbastinc, etc. for inside work.  ^.j.-f.frH.,^..ffrf^-f.fr+.H.HrWrt ♦ »♦ ^H^H'^Mf•f'fj'♦ ♦♦■  -(•  *■  A  V  -I-  De!ta Transfer Stable  LADNER, B. C.  '.:'    SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND SADDLE HORSES  X ON SHORT NOTICE  Tesm Work Bone at SpaoiaHy Low Prices.  ± JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.  -   Telephone "Ladner" No. 10.  o^.»^-sv«. ■!>'»'» »«•»■•)»•■■* ■«k'«-*'«.'>».*-<».-».'«.»-^^k'* «««rSa4Msv%«s>^^%^«<s>^  S.S.  'J'eeB laaves \'io,toriiv  11   p.m. 1st  ami   l.jth of wontih,    leaves Van  oquvfir 2 p.m. on 2nd and 16t.h of  month,   for Alert.   Kay,    Kort   ltu-  peij.   lUvers   Inlet,   Nauru,   Pellu  Belia,    Gbina    Hut.    .Lowe   Inlet',  Skeena   River,   Jlialakatlah,   Port  f-'iti 1 .-o:\,  N'ntva iiiver and intermedia tu ports, calliiij; at llolla (.'oola  and Slucl*rtito once a nionth.  •Ml   etetimers   from   Vancouver   sail  ['rom C'.P.K. \ylmtf.   TIip Company re-  orvea   t e   rijrht    of   ehaajrinp   time  table at  any   ilme    infcliout   notilka  tu n.  For    full    particulars    as    to   time.  rates, eU\. apply to nearest agent, or  to  •). W. TKOUP, K. J. OOYLE,  Manaper, Aset. Hon. Pass Ae't.   %i«s>%^j%^ay<v««« .*««>9%%«4■=.«.<». •>kJ*-»x*'»^^.^.'»^»>*'%.*-».'%%.'»><»>%.^^.  V i'-toria. Vancouver. I  > $1 a pear .THE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 1.2, 1902.  • -11 u mi  .berths:  ^aimiter—At Nev   Westminster  * on Monday, July 7th., 1902, to  Mr. and Mrs, l-.td. Parmiter, ofa  daughter.  LOCAL  NEWS.  The municipal council meets this  afternoon.  Mrs.   Kennedy   returned   from  Chilliwack this week.  Jehu OliVer M. P. P. was at Vic-:  toria the first Of the week,  t  Miss Ray of Vancouver is visiting hef friend Mils E. Reid.  j - •'■ -.- •,.'■'■:  Dr. Wilson paid the Royal City  .a business Visit ori Wednesday.  Mrs. Giffin of Victoria is visiting with fat. and Mrs. Lanning.  Mr.Schoneld, provincial librarian,  Victoria, is sojourning at Boundary  Bay.  A. Gilchrist, a teacher of Central  school Vancouver; Is rusticating in  the Delta. '*  'J. A. Shoff returned   Thursday  fromiweeit's tAp to Seattle and  " neighboring towns.  Miss Jean Rowlands of Vancouver  is visiting with Miss Warden in  • Ladner for a few days'.  The Surrey annual agricultural  fairis announced'to" take place: on  1Tnesday;,Septemberv23fd.  '; ,'   & ■/. ¥>,   :.a. >'..-. r  Rev. I. W. Williamson left on  Montlay to attend the Baptist convention held at Nelson this week.  Rev. Mr. and Mrs Manuel came  overfrom Eburne Tuesday,  to at-  ctend the Methodist social held that  Wnitfg?"   . ■  A. few fttejidi gathered  at  the  home of A. Everett', East Delta, Friday   evening - and a very   sociable  evening.was enjoyed. -'  Mrs.-'Gillispie  arrived from  the  Okahag«itt'';Wednesdaf:and will visit  at the fctfhiSt of her son Robert Gillespie,';0n Stanley street.   A  J. '  , . •  R. F. Anderson and family came  down from Westminster the first of  *the Week, and the family will remain at Boundary Bay camping for  'the summer months.  Robert Frew of Sumas, a brother  of Mra. T. Todd, was brought to  Xadner this week suffering from  -typhoid fever and is being cared for  lay bis sister. Mr. Todd drove up  tyfci invalid.  Quite a number  left this  morning on the steamer  Robert  Duns  'ifrihir for Nanaimo.   The excursion  was under the auspices of the L. 0  X. No.   16)2.   The  band was in  attendance.  Chief Detective Wylie and Sergeant Butler of the Vancouver Police department have been charged  "with accepting tribes from chinamen in that city. Detective Wylie  rwas at one time a resident ot Ladner, being connected with the Delta  "cannery.  ('...••  Quite a  number of sheep   have  been lost along the water front the  past few weeks by dogs killing them  rThe'dbgs   owned   by the   Indians  who "have a: rived for fishing are no  'doubtt'he   siilty   onev    Poison is  <b*in'g -set out nnd notices posted up  WcoTdirig to th l Act.  The little fifteen month daughter  vf':Wk. and Mrs. Ed. Crawford had  *^h$%isfortune of nea ly losing one  W'heiT fingers   this week,   as   it is  •ibe injilted member will  be practic  "ally   Useless.      It  is   net   known  'definitely how the accident hnppen-  '£d-but>\rhile?playing wjth belittle  iM-otlieif1 .with an" old rusty a:'-? the  'finger was smashed.   For a cif.y it ■  %as considered very serious owing'  'to the   chances of blood   poisoning  'setting in but now the child is resl-  -Viss Wadhams is visiting .vyjth.  her sister Mrs. H. j. Hutcherson;  Thos. E. Ladner leTt yesterday  morning for Victoria mi a business  trip.  Geo. Waters, postmaster at Point  Roberts, was a visitor to Ladner yesterday.  R. J. Lord and wife were in town  this week having spent a day at  Westminster.  The school board for Ladner held  a meeting on Monday evening.  The staff of teachers all remain.  H. N. Rich had a very successful  auction sale of the household effects  of W. Woodward on Saturday last.  Stainton has a fine lot of farm  machinery on hand. For the best  of bicycles call on him, for sale or  hire.  Alexander Iiatvey, secretary of  the Eburne Fisherman's union, was  arrested Wednesday, charging him  with misappropriation of the funds  of the lodge. It is dleged that he  received $101.20 as secretary of the  lodge, and failed to place it in the  bank.  *V**:T  "&.  iin  miohmaker  anil Jeweler  LADNER, Ii. C.  A full stock of high grade  jewelery, Watches, and Clocks  Repairing a specialty. If you have  any work leave it with me and I  will guarantee satisfaction.  •J.-V«k.-»"SW*.-%.•%."%"*,"%.■»•»•*•*»*•»,•» »•«>•%■  PURE  MPLS  1  This Springs Make  Sweet Cider.  CITY BAKERY  ©^^^•••••••e-e.ij.t***..^.••••••.^e**,»«rtj,ei»vij  BOOTS  &  SHOES  FOR bargains!  IN    THESE    GOODS  CALL ON  DRYGOQDS I  i  a  GENT'S_  FURNISHINGS ~"~  W. L ncBRIDE  ^   PORT GUICHON, B. C.  I   i     CHOICE  'Phone 5  IGROCERIES  e  COME AND INSPECT  THESE GOODS  SAT1SFACTION  GUARANTEED  BEST  *  -;  BRANDS OF•  flour   ;  DO YOU  kfMS  \  u v  fEED  pc c  your  avoic  the  order early  riii<? rush.  We have just received a new and  up-to-date stock, and are prepared  to supply anything in the line of  Drugs,  Stationery, ®io.  Soliciting your patronage.  E. J. MacKenzie,  LADNER,  B. C.  ■mtd SaildSery it  a. Mcdowell,  LADNER, B. C.  •^••••••••••••©••••^••••••©•••••••••••#a#*.0  A  A NEW/LINE OF  LADIES BLOUSES LADIES SAILORS^  LADIES SKIRTS  SLADIES WHLTE UNDERWEAR ■ -  FRESH  AND STAPLE DRYGOOtiS  GROCERIES :-: EVERY  WEEK  -AT-  ...  H'&Vtl S  * Just received a large, j  J consignment of New}  JGooc-- a* *  is at.  J  g»i  FOB SALE.  A   registered    Shorthorn    roar  bull, calved March  1901, and also  spring bull calves for sale.   Apply to  \V. H. LADNER,  LADNER, B. C.  NOTICE.  NOTICE in here',} givea thai thirty days after  dHte I intciK.1. to apply to the chief commi.i-  sioiier of lands and worki for s lease ofthe fore-  shire of Bedwell Harbor on render Island; com-  menciiiK ut i\ pos' on Wallace Point marked M'.  Mc. and exteidin ; in a north westerly direction  one mile on sou.h shore of Bedwell Harbor,  Dnted July nth, 1902.  W. McCKKA.  Ladner, B. C.  5 Groceries, Graniteware,  } Tinware, Stoves, etc.  t .. _  To Contractors  Mt. May is so    proorictor no ;**»on or  firm being interested in tbe business.  NOTIC1  W  a fter  OT1CK is hereby g.ven Dial tlii-iy c1  ate t "'the .t"1 rsltri'erl will nri-ilytotbe  chef commiss'oncr of lands aud worts for a foreshore lease, commend .r. r.t mi.- post an.i extcji' -  iujt one mite AtR. to the mouth of llcdw, :i I'r.r-  bor. .  Date d July toth, tJOa.  HUGH    RAlli-'DR! .  Sealed tenders endorsed " Presby-  erian Manse" will be received by  ..he undersigned up until 6 p. in.,  Wednesday 16th, inst. Plans and  specifications can be seen at McKee  Bros.' office, Ladner, after Wednesday 9th. The lowest or any tender  not necessarily accepted.  J. McKEE,  Chairmrn Building Committee.  Surrey Hotel,  SOUTH WESTMINSTER, B. C  Mrs. *•:. George, i'ropri^tress.  N.-wly In' ill     d throughout.  ■ tjjodnllnii.   Cuoice liqui  Ooodatnl Ii iv in i '<• rtnnce.  Summer is here and you need a stove that  will do the greatest amount of cooking  with the least amount of heat   -    - • -    -  | A McCIary Famous Stoveu  1 will fill the bill.  MARSHALL SMITH  Sole Agent  LADNER, : : :  B. Cv  35  if  j:  ii  3f  KivM cli ss itccom-  i ^ uud ci>HiS.  Y  •srw  THE FAMOUS  Queen Quality Shoe  FOR WOME^  LADIES: If you want to wear the shoe that won the highett.  donors at the Pan-American Exposition, then ask for the Queen Quality  shoe, it received the O.OLD HEDAL.  This is the reasons we are selling " Empress Shoes "at.cost'as they  have never received a medal of any kind and are not\to be compared:  vvith the The Famous Queen Quality.  We are sole agent for New Westminster..  W. E SINCLAIR, -Ml ^^<ite|i|iy  NOTICE TO CAMPERS  Fishermen & Picnic Parties  The new store at Boundary Hay is now completed and carries a full,  stock of Choice Groceries, Canned Goods and everything a camper needs..  Cip-arK nnd Sott Drinks. Good Bathing.  with—  Call at the Old Stand lately occupied by P. Clark.  First class work. Your patronage solicited.  W. H. TAYLOR,    -    -    PROP.  4^-A—A^A't » « <■»■<♦■-<>•«<»•»♦>—♦>— »'W*»»»»'>i» s s> > fs'<» •■4~<&  Special! Special!  ;^i?M  ,y m >uM  f  A  hew We8li9tto0tot'y ®* ^*  WDSB  tl'et. / .(...k-iavrfi -tmrSSSr'i v.  .*.■ Mt u  rh® Lemdllng  ■S.V:  ran$i& M§em®$  MEN'S NAVY HARD FINISHED  SERGE T  SUITS.    This week $6.50, Size from 36-42 *?  YOUTH'S as above $6, Size 32-35 J  PHILLIPS        !  70Q-711 ColuW  *as  ■.'  MIS  Street    ;-;     New Westminster,      I  ■^


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