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Array THE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2S, 1903.  Railway Camp  From a Wagon,  j>fi. heel Chrush-  HisHead.  It of an over indulgence  ts,  a fatal accident oc-  : South   Westminster,  afternoon, John Burke  victim.  ,rs  tbe deceased, John  was foreman of one of  y  ,camps,   had    gone  early,    with    William  Iteamster.    Crossing   th«  5 first ferry, they drove  team and wagon to the  where they loaded a  piner,  planks and other.  6f a pile driving outfit,  time this was dene they,  ie for .tfie next ferry, and -  it until after dinner.  ie uncertain testimony of  meal was eaten at the  tel.   Jn the meantime,  they had encountered a  in some mysteriaus way  *. couple   of  bpttles   of  his pocket, and the]  intly  imbibed   rather  rfe 'the' river had been  ffburth man  had joined  and more liquor proved  [corning, so that by the  ten were ready to leave  feattninster  011 the  long  to the yalley of the Ser-  iey .were ,a]Ll more or less  All went well, appar-  ,|je outfit got about two  Scott road-.    As the  flight  rise,   Burke  ance .and rolled off the!  the hind nigh wheel  his head.  iel, who was tiding in  ich, w.as approaching  and,   seeing the rnan.j  his pony to see if he  any ^assistance.    He.1  irses had stopped, piob-  own accord,   and the  ,|inconscLous of anything  ing occjurred.   f)n be-  ;tee teamster, William  ted to get out.   Jn  ever,  he reeled and  ^ground; where he col-  jthie time F.-J. Coriv  tims, tdrjving to .town  jjijy'ranch, appeared"]  and two other men  along.   The injured  'examined.     He   was  liously from- the fight  all the back and   left  skull  was chrushed.  ■e open and looked m-  no sound .escaped but  breathing.    Gently  ed to-)ihe roadside,  jved about five qiin-  Coulthard departed  <t and a conveyance.  then nothing to do  jjjiody removed to South  i and it was placed in  , while with scant  atill helpless teamster  in beside the corpse.  ing Coroner Capt.  panelled the follow-  bert Morrison, fore-  ,_ilton, Frank Aiott,  n Clark and Chas.  the   jury    had  y,' which lay in the  was taken, and  idental death while  ice of liquor" was  essrs.    Dalziel    and  , Walker, and   the  were the witnesses.  was cross-examined  lonstable Spain, with  :ovtrii!g where the  ased ou Sunday,  i,,who in the mean-  iirecovered,  was not  Stripping, ..and   ex-  : been tootdrunk to  r gqing on.  ^/jt  was sub  sequently learned he was of Irish  descent, about 46 years of age, and  unmarried. He has a couple of  well-to-do brothers at Superior,  Wis., and has been a railway contractor. He recently came from  Whatcom, and was given charge of|  Construction Camp No. 3, uudeij  Contractor McLean, on the G. N.  R. Delta branch. When sober he  was a fine workman, and Mr. Mc  Lean states he had not touched a  drop since he assumed charge of  the camp until he was in town Sunday.  ORANGE GRAND LODGE  TRANS-CANADA ROAD  Reid,  Bush,  The Orange Grand Lodge concluded its thirteenth annual session  at Vancouver last Thursday evening the election of officers tfor the  ensuing year resulted as follows;  Grand Master—Bro R Bell of  Kamloops.  Deputy Grand Master—^Bro T  Duke, Vrncouver.  Junior Deputy Grand Master—  Bro J Wallace, Victoria.  Grand  Chaplain—Rev   J  Nelson, re-elected  Grand Secretary—Bro E  Mission city.  Deputy Grand Secretary-^-Bro J  Walmsley, Vancouver, re-elected.  Grand Ti<easurer—Bro J J Tulk,  Vancouver.  Grand Lecturer—Bro W ©unlop,  New Westminster.  Grand Director of Ceremonies—  Bro N Wood, New Westminster.  Hon, Grand Chaplain—Rev Dr  Reid, Victoria, re-elected.  Supreme Deputy Grand Lecturer  British America—Bro J Wallace,  Victoria.  Before the final closing oi the  1903 Grand Lodge, it was decided  after a keen and spirited debate, to  to hold the next Grand Lodge session at Ladner, on the third Wednesday of February, 1904. The annual provincial celebration will be  held this year at New Westminster  on Monday, July 13, the I2fh falling on a Sunday.  O. E. Talbot one of the promoters of the trans-Canada railway  spoke before the Board of Trade at  Vancouver last week. He said the  British Columbia Government  premised the road 2,000 ae-ps of  land a mile for 400 miles in British  Columbia, provided the company  got the grant they were asking for  from the Dominion Government.  The Board will give moral support  to the projected road by resolutions  to the Dominion and Provincial  Governments.  Agent for Wire Fencing.  Gates made to order.  r Having  taken the  Agency for the  WHAT DID S&E MEAN ?  They were at supper. Between  the courses the young man with  the voracious appetite discussed eloquently on things in general.  "Do you know, Miss Dash," he  remarked, "I think there is a very  intimate relation between our food  and our character. I believe, don't  you know, that we grow like what  we are most fond of."  The fair girl smiled sweetly.  "How interesting," she murmured.. "May I pass you the ham,  Mr. Jones ? I am sure you will  like it."  Aad the young man relapsed into deep thought.  IN HIS YOUTH.  FISHERMEN MEET'.  The.Amalgamated Lodge,of Fishermen, met'-; at Westminster last  Saturday. After the meeting Secretary Durham stated that as tl.t  lodge is to work this season with  Japanese fishermen, it would not  be fair to make pupiic any transactions. However it is known that  the price of fish for the coming  season was discussed and almost !|  eyery fisherman questioned before  the meeting stated that he would  -vote against a sliding scale, such  a* prevailed last season. The trap  question is also understood to have  received attention.  The Fisherman's Grand Lodge  has been abolished and an amalgamated lodge formed with headquarters at Westminster.  There is a story of a man of  seventy who, when he was asked  if his father lived to be an old man,  replied that his father was upstairs  putting his grandfather to bed.  There is another setting of this old  story—old 'enough to be new  which is told by the New York  Times as coming from a southern  senator, who was explaining how  healthy his part of the state is : A  mountaineer, ninety-two years old,  and his wife of ninety were returning from the funeral of their eldest  child, who had died at the age of  seventy-one. As they discussed  their loss in deep grief, the wife  ciaid: 'J.I always told'you, Jor>.n, that  we should never raise that child."  TEA GO.  Heretofore carried on by J. J. Monkman, I-.1111  now prepared to fill all orders for those  High Class Teas, Coffee, etc.  Butter & Eggs taken in Exchange  W.   Livingston, Ladner.  'Twould fill some people with surprise  If they were told no man could rise  To riches, honor or renown,  By merely dragging others down.  THE "NEW WOMAN."  John Haskins, a well-to-do  farmer of Secaucus, N. J., is seeking separation from his wife Martha  because she is a "new woman."  Haskins says she spends nearly all'  her time "attending club meetings  and reading trashy literature on  the enfranchisement   of   her   sex.  He married her 18 months ago as  a helpmate he say's, but she has  proved an encumberance too expensive for a farmer, refusing to milk  cows feed chickens, make butter or  perform ' 'any of the duties naturally expected from one of her station."  Haskins says that his wife characterizes work .about a farm as "unwomanly" find that he has steadly  lost money since their marriage.  PROCLAMATION.  HENRI  G.   JOLY de  IX)TBINIBRE.  CANADA.  PROVINCE   OF -BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  EDWARD VII., by the grace of God, of  the United Kingdom of Great Britain  and of Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas, King, Defended of the Faith, etc., etc., etc.  To Our Faithful the Members elected to  serve in the Legislative As_m>bly ..of  Our Province of British Columbia, at  Our City of Victoria,—Greeting.  A PROCLAMATION.  H.  A.   MacLEAN,  Deputy Attorney-General.  Whereas we are desirous and   resolved,  as soon as may  be, to meet Our People  of Our Province of British Colunfbia, and  to have their advice in Our Legislature:  NOW KNOW YE, that for divers causes  and   considerations,  and   taking  into  consideration   the   ease   and  convenience  of Our loving subjects, We have thought  fit,  and  with  the .advice of Our Executive Council,  to hereby convoke, and by  these presents enjoin you, and   each   of  you, that on Thursday, the 12th  day of  March,   one   thousand  nine hundred  and  three, to  meet  Us  in  Our  Said  Legislature or Parliament of Our said Province  at Our City of Victoria, FOR THE DISPATCH  OF   BUSINESS,    to    treat,    do,  act    and    conclude    upon   those    things  which our Legislature of the Province of  British Columbia, by the Common Council  of  Our  said   Province  may,   by   the  favor of God, :be ordained.  IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,   We   have  caused  these, Our Letters  to be made  Patent and the Great Seal of Our said  Province to be hereunto affixed.  SVITNESS,   the   Honorable    SIR HENRI GUSTAVE JOLY de LOT'BINIBRE,  K.C.M.G.,   Lieutenant-Governor   of  Our  .said  Province of British   Columbia,  at  Our Government House, in Our City of  Victoria, in Our said Province, this thirteenth day of February, in the year of  Our  Lord   one .thousand   nlm?   hundred;  and three, and in the third year of Cur  Reign.  By command.  A. CAMPBELL REDDIE,  Deputy Provincial Sec-rotary.  HENRY'S HEMS  3009 WESTMINSTER ROAD.  Fruit and Ornamental  Trees,   Roses, Bulbs  and Rhododendrons.  .  .  HOME GROWN AND IMPORTED .  .  GARDEN FIELD AND FLOWER SEEDS.  Bpe Hives and  vJUpplieS.   .   .   . Wholesale  and Retail.  Call and examine our stock aud make your selection for Spring planting. CATALOG FREE.  TANGLED.  Mrs. Schoppen— " Blackberry  jam, 30 cents the jar! My is'nt  that jam jear ?"  Mr. Sands—"Isn't it what ?"  Mrs.- Schoppen—"I say, isn't  that dam jear—er—I mean, isn't  that dam dear?   Oh never iiiind.  The late Dr. Joseph Parker was  once arguing with a man on the  problem of continued existence, and  at the door the friend declared finally: "The fact is, I am an annihila-  tionisl. I believe that when I die  that will be the end of me."  ."Thank God for that!" exclaimed  the doctor, and banged the door.  FOR POLITICIANS.  Mrs. Mary Coulter, the lone woman legislator has introduced a  bill in the Utah legislature to place  \a. maximum on the campaign expenses of would-be United States  senators and congressmen. The measure makes ytab elections of the  future bargains-counter affairs. The  bill provides that no candidate  shall buy voters' beer, whiskey or  any kind of intoxicating drinks,  cigars or tobacco in any form,, iend  them money or promise them political jobs. Every candidate must  file sworn statements showing in  details all he spent. The expressed  intention of the measure is to mark  down Utah senatorial jobs. Mrs.  Coulter is president of the Utah  Federation of Women's Clubs.  "Joe" Martin is in favor of the  abolition of the Senate. It would  be just like the Senate to return the  compliment.-?—Montreal Star.  "Where are you going, my pretty  maid ?"  "I'm going milking, sir," she said.  "May I come,   too?"   he asked of  her.  "There's one calf there already, sir."  M.  J.  Vancouver  HENRY,  B. C.  L  ;——A'a-'l"—'l—'A.:A  i  A  ?  J. HENLEY   j  >  NEW WESTiMINSTER,    '.-'. B. C.  , Manufacturers of all kinds of  Soda Water, Ginger  Ale and Summer  Drinks.  Your patronage solicited  I 1  I    Delta Transfer Stable   I  | LADNER, B.C. J  X' SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND SADDLE HORSES   |  + OH SH02T NOTICE  £      Team Work Done at SpessalSy Low Prises.  JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.  Telephone "Ladner" No. io.  $3S,000 WORTH  OF  Hardware  MORE OR LESS  DAMAGED  BYFIREANO WATER   WILL BE SOLD CHEAP FOR CASH.  Don't miss this opportunity of getting useful tools, etc., at a fraction pf usual price.  If you want first class work  SEND YOUR LAUNDRY TO THE  New Method Steam Lanndry  NEW  WESTMINSTER,  W. R. McClellan, Agent, - f        Lad/tier  Leave Laundry on Monday and  it will be returned  on .Saturday.  Gents clothes cleaned and pressed.     Blankets and Curtains a specialty.  Call at the Old Stand lately occupied by P. Clark.  First class work. Your patronage solicited  W. H. TAYLOR,     -     -     PROP.  B. C. CIGAR FACTORY  B. C—Noted Brand.  PHOENIX—With Eagles.  OLD SPORT—Always Reliable.  WILBERG & CO. NEW WESTINSTER, B,  P. O. BOX 661.  PLAIN TALK.  We are able to back up every  assertion we make. We stand  ready to furnish you the best of  everything in the LI ERY line,  J test as we say we will.  We also  have better facilities  hauling   and   handling    freight  i than any   others in this vicinity.  When in need of a first-class livery rig call on us.  . . Fashion StaMes . .  Wm. Alexander,  c.  'Phone, 2C.  Proprietor.  Ladner, B. C.  Across America.  A solid vestibuled train daily in  each direction.  Leaves Wstminstevr, ioa.m. ferry  Arrives Westminster by 2:30 p.m.  ferry.  Finest equipment in the west.  Fastest time to Kootenay and the  east. Tickets on sale to all points  i 1 Europe.  D. P. SANDERSON, Agent.  NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C  TO RENT.  Ten Acres of land on the Slough  Road. 4 Acres in fruit trees.  Apply at the Delta News Office.  General Bisoksmith  Ladner, B. C.  First class  work.  Horseshoing  a specialty.  C. P. J\T. Co.  TIME TABLE  NKW  :  a 6n_  All kinds of nice pretty things.  Special inducements to Sunday  Schools and other committees and  large buyers generally.  Don't forget the place.  Mackay&Southon  .Columbia street,   -   NKW WESTMINSTER,B..C  NOTICE.  VTOTICK is hereby given tluit 1 intend to apply  to the Hoard of Licensing Commissioner;* of  rielta Municipality, at their next meeting, for ;i  liquor License for the Dallas Hotel.  JAS. W. WELSH.  Ladner, D. C, Keb. 6th, 1903.  To Inteligent Business  Men and Farmers:  Insure your Stocks, Houses and  Barns in the Anglo-American and  Equity Firf Insurance Companies. We are not in the Insurance  Trust, and can positively Save you  money.    Gall or write for rates.  A W .McLbod,  district agent.  Office: Burr Block, Columbia street,  'Phone 62.       New Westminster  WESTMINSTER-STEVESTON  ROUTE.  Steamer Transfer, leaves New Westminster at 2 p.m . daily, except,  Sunday, leaves Steveston Monday, 7 a.m., Friday 6 a.m. Saturday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 6 p.m., calling at Fraser River landings detwoen New Westminster and Steveston.  VICTORIA NEW WESTMINSTER  ROUTE.  S.S.   Princess   Louise   leaves Victoria  Tuesdays   and Fridays   at 7   a.m.  Leaves   New   Westminster   Wednesdays   and   .Saturdays a,t 7   a. m.,  calling  at  Mayne,   Steveston   and  Guichon.  NEW WESTMINSTER-CHFLLIWACK  ROUTE.  S.S. Boavoi- loaves New Westminster  Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at S a.m. Leaves Chilliwaok  ri\iesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m., oalling at Fraser  River landings between New  Westminster arid Chilliwack.  VICTORIA-VANCOUVER ROUTE.  S.S. Charmer leaves Victoria daily _t  1 a.m.    S.S. Charmer leaves Vancouver daily at 1:15 p.m.  All   steamers   from   Vancouver  jsail  from C.P.R. wharf.    The Company re-  servos   the   right    of   changing   tim«  table at  any  time   witihout   notification.  For full particulars as to time,  rates, etc., apply to neare_ agent, or  to  JAMES SCLATER,  Vancouver   Depot   and   428   Hasting*  street, or to  J. W. TROUP, E. J. COYLE,  Manager, Asst. Gen. Pass Agt*  Victoria. Vancouver,  The Delta News  One Dollar a Year.  Advertise in The NEWS  -■• .■..'■  .»-'-■   '■■»: THE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1903;  LOCAL ISTEWS.  &r_ Giffin of Victoria is visiting  friends.in the Delta.  Mrs E.J. Calvert is visiting with  friends in Victoria.  F. J.. Mackenzie has been ill th*  $ast few days with, an attack of Is-  grippe.   _   Daye Walker, barber of Westminster., visited Ladner the first of  the week.  John Grant is   spending   a    w  days in Ladner*  W. R. Moore, of Elgin,   was   a  visitor to Ladner yesterday.  Miss Effie Monroe, ofVancouver,  Is 'fei'.ing with Miss Reid.  Ladles and Gentlemen:  When in Westminster be sure and attend Sinclair's  Big Clearance Sale as he is selling Boots and Shoes and all  kinds of Rubber footwear cheaper than they were  ever sold  in ]>.•!*" sh. CoHircVa. before.  This sale only lasts one week'longer  Del. Oliver will leave the first of  the week for Steveston to work in  ane-of the canneries.  Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Misres Reid  _nd Weare and Rod Reid, spent  Monday in the Royal city.  B. S. McDonald, principal of  Ladner school, has been a sufferer  of the grippe the past week.  Mrs. D.. A. McKee and Mrs. F.  J. Green left Thursday afternoon  for a short' visit to Vancouver.  L. Giiford has purchased the  business ofthe barber shop and  Billard'parlor from W. R.. McClellan.  Mrs. F. J. Green will be "at  home" to her friends on Wednesday  and Thursday, March 4th and 5th,  Miss Ethel Harris, who has been  visiting with friends in Ladner,  left yesterday for1 her home in Victoria   Reeve Ladner is at Victoria attending the Provincial Mining Association as a delegate from this"  section.   Fred Arthur and Miss L. A-thur  returned from Blaine Monday.  where they had been visiting for a  few weeks.  The quarantine on   H. N. Rich's  residence was raised Thursday.  La:-'.rippe has been prevalent  thoughout the Delta- during the  past few weeks.  Miss Wintermuter of Vancouver,  arrived Monday aud has taken up  her duties in the post office.  W. Mclntyre, who has leased the  Ramage farm, will take possession,  moving his family and household  effects to-day.  W.E.SINCLAIR,  iff  9  9  9  BOOTS  &  SHOES  FOR  BARGAINS  IN    THESE     GOODS  CAI.I,  ON  DRYGOODS  GENT'S     •  FURNISH-   J  INGS  The six year old daughter of Mr  and Mrs. W. Walter's is ill with  typhoid fever. Her condition to--  day is very critical.  George'Ormiston, road superintendent with a gang of men are at  work cm the G. B. Main road clearing the bush, preparatory to having  this highway graveled.  Bishop Dart is expected to arrive  home next week. He has been in  Weymouth N. S. since September  last recovering from bis injuries1  receved by an accident.  A public meeting was called for  last evening by the resident? of  Boundary Bay to elect a board of  school trustees, and open up the  public'school' in that section.  UNTIl L THEY WEAR OUT.  TheBayonne, N. Y., board of  health has held a meeting and discussed the ordinance which commissioner Henry Meigs introduced  a- year ago to compel women to  Wear short skirts.- The proposed  ordinance has been shelved because  Mr Meigs has been unable to get a  majority of the seven members to1  support it. After the meeting he  said tha1: he'thought it would be  passed' in a few days. Mr. Meigs  told the members of the board that  the women favor it. The short  skirt ordinance does not stipulate  how short the skirts must be, but  says that they must not touch the  ground. Commissioner Vedder Van  Dyck, who is against the ordinance  said that he' thought the women'  should have the priviege of saying  ho.v long they shall wear their  skirts.'  Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Green entertained a number of their friends,  tlie first of the week, to a very  pleasant evening with progressive  whist.  Councilor Arthur left the first of  the week for Vancouver where he  will spend a short time in the general hospital to undergo treatment  3or ear troubles.  Mrs. H.. D.. Benson, who has  been quite ill for the past few  weeks, left Thursday for Victoria  where she will undergo treatment  in the Jubilee Hospital.  W. R. McClellan, and family,  left Tuesday morning for Westminster, where they will reside. Mr.  McCleflan will be employed as engineer in one ofthe saw mills in  that place.  C T. Michell, representing E.G.  Prior & Co., has spent a few days  in the Delta, and gave an exhibition with an Oli. er sulkey plough  at E. S. Brown's farm which  proved highly satisfactory.  The' 24th was Shrove Tuesday,  so called from the Roman Catholic  ordinance, which instructs the  members of the church to shrive  themselves preparatory for the Lenten season, which commenced on  the following day, Ash Wednesday.  A ycung lady living a short distance from town was slightly put  *_t this week by her horse aud cart  funning away from her. While  engaged in closing the gate the  hone started off leaving her behind  to trudge along. The lady succeeded in arriving at her destination just the sa_e even if she was  not in it with the horse and cart.  Tlie auction sale of the stock and  effects of the farm of Stephen Ramage was held ou Thursday afternoon. A large number attended  and while the bidding was not very  quick, everything brought'good  prices. H. N. Rich had charge of  the sale.  The Delta News received this  week a dozen of large eg^s from  Gulfside Poultry Farm. The largest measured eight by six and an  eighth inches and weighed four  ounces. The eggs were produced  by Barred Plymouth rock.  Rev. Laurence Amor, rector ol  Holy Trinity Church, Middleton,  N. S., has been appointed to the  charge of All Saint's Parish, and  will take up his residence in Ladner  soon after Easter. The Rev. Amor  is a clergyman of experience, who  has been six years in his ptesent  parish. He will leave his wife aud  two children in Nova Scotia for the  present.  Wall paper at Fales' furniture  store, Westminster.  FOR SALE.  3 ntr';*hire Sows in pig to rcfristered Berkshire  Boar, to farrow in March and April; also a quantity of Mixed Clover Seed, and i three-year old  ''Capu" colt (filly), of good appearance and  promises to be speedy ; cheap for cash. Apply  to JOHN TERRAM.  . A wild prairie cow, speckled, strayed from the  Imperial Varni coiTiil, Thursday afternoon, la.lt  seen the same evening near Ladner. Also be  tween I.aduer and Serpentine rivers-one black  and white, aud one red cow with one horn. Any  persotl having any information of said animal  please notify the undersigned, who will pay any  costs. A. C. LORHNZliN.  Nicotu Icle, New "Westmin iter.  For all kinds of stationery   go to  the Drug Store.  John Perram has some stock for  sale.    £ee notice in this issue.  Why suffer with lagrippe when  you can get a sure cure at the Drug  Store.-   For coughs, colds, etc.the med-1  icine to touch the spot can be had  at the Drug Store.  A lot of good hicycles and heaters  will be sold at Stainton's to ntake  room for the spring goods.  Noah was one of the earliest advertisers. He advertised that he  woul 1 sail on a certain day. Those  who did net believe in advertising  failed to get tickets and were left  out in the v et without umbrellas  or bathing suits, As most of them  could not swim, they took to the  trees and became monkeys. The  origin of the monkey is now settled.  PROCLAMATION.  HENRI   G.   JOLY  do- DOT13IN1ERS.  CANADA.  PROVINCE  Of   BRITISH   CO_UM_-lA.  EDWARD VII., by the grace ot-G-od, of  the United Klnjrdom of Great Britain  and of Ireland and of the British Dominion!! beyond the Seas, Kins, Defended of tho Faith, ete., etc., etc.  To Our Faithful the Members elected to  ser-.*e in the Legislative! Assembly ot  Our Province of British Columbia, at  Our City of Victoria,—Greeting.  A PROCLAMATION.  H.   A.   MacLEAN,  Deputy Attorney-General.  Whereas we are desirous and   resolved',  as soon as may be, to meet Our Peopliv  of- Our Province of British Columtoia, iand  to have tnelr advice in Our Legislature;  NOW KNOW YE, that for divers onuses   and   considerations,   and   taking   into  consideration   the   ease   and  convenience  of Our loving subjects, We have thought  fit,  and  with' the advice of Our' Executive Council-,  to hereby convoke, and by  these presents enjoin you, and   each   of  you,  that on Thursday,  tho   2nd   day of  April       one  thousand  nine hundred  and  three,  to meet Us  In Our  Said  Ligisla-  ture or Parliament of Our said Province  at Our City of Victoria*, FOR THIS DISPATCH OF BLAlNBSS,    to    treat,    do,  act    and    conclude    upon   those    tilings  .which our Legislature of the .Province of  British Columbia, by the Common Council  of  Our   said   Province   may,   by   the  favor of God, be ordained.  IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,   We   nave  caused  thesfe,  Our1 Letters to  be made  Patent and the Great Seal of Oud said  Province to be hereunto affixed.  ' WITNESS,   the  Honorable    SIR  HENRI GUSTAVE JOLY de LOT'BINIERE,  K.C.M.G.,   Lieutenant-Governor  of  Our  said  Province of British   Columbia,  at  Our Government House, In Our City 'ofi  Victoria, in Our said Province, this thir-.  teenth day of February, in the year of'  Our  Lord  one  thousand   nine   hundred  and three, and in the third year!'of Our  Reign.  By command.  A. CAMPBELL REDDIE',  Deputy Provincial Secr«ta;-y.  Celebrate O  Heintz *. .  PICKLES  AND  CATSUP'  Naval Oranges  and Bananas.  —AT THE—  CITY BAKERY  ROBERT MAY  Ladner,  B.C.  Groceries!  _____ t  1 Sloves. Groniiewore, Tinware, eiG \  JTINSMITHING \  \ and REPAIRING  J Heaters lin r.d and stoves set up.  f Agent foi  i The   Gurney  Foundry   Coy's.  \    Oxford Stoves and Ranges.  I  The best on the market.  IT. N. RICH,  LADNER; E. C.  Notary Public, Auctioneer,  Estate and Insurance Agent.  $20,000 to advance on  Mortgages.  Purchasing Agent  Brackman-Kcr Milling Co. Ltd.  W. L HcBPIDC  FOR SALE.  In the Village of Ladner.  House ar.d barn, also House and  ■bout an acre of land  and twenty-  - e hives o bees.    Easy terms.  For particulars apply to  Mi«-. Wm. Woodward,  Vancouver, B. C.  1065- Burh^l.iy St.  Having   taken the^I-'  Agency for' the    Jf  TEA CO.  Heretofore carried 011 by J. J. Monkman, I-um  now prepared to till all orders for those  High Cass Teas, Coffee, etc.  Butter & Ivggs taken in Exchange  W.  Livingston, Ladner.  McRAE & Co  til  r 1 jf  NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.  A full line of English and Irish  Tweeds and Fancy Trouserings  always kept in stock.  INSURE YOUR PROPERTY   with   F. J* Hart J_ Co*  Now Westminster, B. G.  Phone 5  9  1*  •  CHOICE  o  IGROCERIES  »  GOME AND INSPECT  TftESE GOODS  SATISFACTION  GUARANTEED  BEST       T  BRANDS OFj  FLOUR     £  t A N_W LINE OF  LADIES BLOtJSES        LADIES SAILORS  LADIES' SKIRTS LADIES' WHITE UNDERWEAR  •AND STAPLE DRtGOODS  FRESH :-: GROCERIES :-: EVERY -A WEEK  ftJ. Ijukbmon's  I  "Slater Shoes" for Men  The Leading Insurance Agency  *  Money to Loan   *  We have ust put in Stock another shipment of the  celebrated Slater Shoes. There is nothing in the shape  of a foot that we cannot fit. Slater's are made in Fourteen  different Shapes and Five widths so Mr. Slimfoot and Mr.  Broadfoot just come along and we will guarantee to fit you.  Sole Agents for New Westminster  WM. JOHNSTON, ft I m flB| Nffl RUM  We are Selling  Baling Wire and  at Cost  Creamers, Lanterns* Tin Pails, Washboards, Lamp and  La__.ni Chimneys, etc. etc.  Bargain Prices :    Also a few Kitchen Stoves left at price*  from $7-50 to $26.25 each.  R. F. ANDERSON & CO  Corner Front und 6tli Streets,   ' NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,  - a  „af  EDS  -AT-  BRACKMAN-KER CO.  NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.  WALL PAPER  -AT-  rales' Furniture Store  New Westminster,       .      .       B. C.  •l^-.'^.l^..l~t.A-»'A,'A.,-A~-A-*-.l~*A+. —A+«Z>-*A~~{—"1f'A>t A a <)> a 0W"fr » A       i,  t  T  :?  NEW SPRING SHIRTS  IN STARTCHED AND SOFT FRONTS  At 90c, 1.00, 1.25, arid 1.50  Tan Color and Grey Color are the two New Shades.  ■   ■  "  J   E. PHILLIPS        .♦  I      709-711 Columbia Street   ;-;     New Westminster,      f  t ♦  >y+~Z>+-.%r*A+.A» %*4i»A'* A-—A+~l»+  •*-A+*jf+A-+A a »fr a-»fr» fre fraa _in^6aaj[

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