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Array 7?:  THE  •.'.';•      ■        ;    ■■..„■—' ■■■■    ■■--•■  Tal. _ No, 39.  LADNER, B. C, SATURDAY,   NOVEMBER 15, 1902.  MM a yar  WARD SYSTEM  Petition is Being Circulated and Signed by Delta  Land Owners Asking to Abolish the  Ward System Now in Vogue.  One ofthe best acts that has ever  teen passed by the Provincial Legislature it the one which went  throngh last session, allowing municipalities the privilege of either retaining the ward system or doing  away with it The Delta News is  glad to see that this municipality is  taking advantage of the statute by  circulating a petition to do away  with the ward system. We hope  that every land owner will see his  way to sign this petition so that the  by-law authorized can be passed by  the present council, so as to come  into effect before the next municipal election, which will take place  on the second Thursday in January,  1903.  On* ofthe many great advantages  •f this act is that it will prevent any  person from farming any particular ward by promising large appropriations to that ward. Spending  not* than the ward's share of the  revenue, simply to keep in touch  with ibe rhajority of the electors of  that ward, and in many cases neglecting roads  upon which money  shonld be spent, for the reason that  there are not many voters living on  those roads, and they don't cut much  figure at election time, having a  sure thing without them.  Another great advantage to be  derived from this method will be  that the ratepayers of the municipality will have a voice on the election of every councilor and by selecting men who will look after the  interests of the whole municipality  and see that the revenue is applied  to where it is most needed regardless of Wards, it must tend to the  advancement of the district as far as  public works are concerned.  Some objections have been raised  that under this system all the coun-  I ?i!ors might be chosen from one of  i tbe present wards and so be inclined  ! to spend all the money on that  I ward, but .of course that will rest  ; entirely with the electors,  Copies of the petition can be  j found at H. N, Rich's, municipal  j clerk; nnd C. F, Green's office,  i where the petition .can be signed.  The River Road Going Ahead.  Mayor Keary, Aid. F. J. Hart,  R. F. Anderson, president ot the  Board of Trade, and T. J. Trapp of  New Westminster, spent a few  hours in Ladner on Tuesday afternoon, intervieving the reeve and  councilors is connection with the  Ladner-Westminster  wagon   road.  The city council and Board of  Trad* of Westminster have been  doing a great deal of rustling lately  in connection with the work for the  completion of this road.  From what we learned from these  gentlemen there is $ 10,000 available. East session of the legislature Thos. Oifford, M.P.P., succeeded in getting an appropriation  of $4,000 and last week went down  to Victoria and induced the government to increase this to $6,000 and  to advance $4,000 more to assist in  completing the work and which the  Board of Trade will pay the interest  at s per cent, for ten years. We  learn that there is also the sum of  $3,000 guaranteed or collected in  the city for the road, which if so,  will make the total amount $13,000.  The municipalities of Delta and  and Surrey have been asked to take  over tbe portion of road in their districts when completed, and keep it  in repair to the satisfaction of the  government. The councils have  agreed to do this.  It is now up to having the work  properly engineered and a contractor to complete it in a first class  manner.  The men who have been instrumental in pushing this proposition  deserve considerable credit for bringing it to this stage.  Lengate to Go Back.   '  Lengate, who has been awaiting  identification from the Washington  authorities at Westminster, was this  weak up before Judge Bole, and  from the testimony given by the  U. S. sheriff and others, he decided  to allow the prisoner to be extra-  , dited, allowing him fifteen days  grace before departing.  Lengate was the man who did  the shooting at the Delta hotel a  few weeks ago, accountsj of the sensational arrest being made in the  city papers. A reward of $250 was  : offered for Lengate's arrest by the  Washington'authorities for the murder of au old man. Geo. Orminston  road-superintendent for the Delta,  who took the constable to Lengate's  cabin arid identified the man,  should come in for a share ot this  reward.        Dr. Gomm, son-in-law of C. Bea-  dleson, has been elected alderman  of Sandon.  Hon. W. C. Wells had his final  interview with Sir Wilfrid Laurier  and other ministers at Ottawa on  Thursday. Mr. Wells appeals to  be well satisfied, and it is safe to  say that he has succeeded in his  mission to Ottawa, which was for  the obtaining of a subsidy for the  bridge over the Fraser River at  Nuw Westminster.  Kent Agricultural Society has  made a bold and commendable  move by deciding to hold its "fall"  fair ere the autumn, In other  words the annual exhibition here  next year will take place pn Labor  Day, the first Monday in September. Arrangements are to be made  for excursions from the coast cities.  The British Columbia Government has floated a loan in London  of $3,500,000. The finance sinister received a cable from London,  Wednesday, announcing that the  loan had been underwritten at, 92  per cent.  Deaths Hand.  The death took place on Wednesday evening at 9.45 o'clock of Mrs.  Jane Ott, at the residence of her  son-in-law, Robert Moffit, o n  Georgia street. The deceased was  61 years oi age and was born at  Rawley, Ont., and resided in that  section until about, ten years ago  when she came to Ladner, residing  here ever since. She had been an  invalid for some years. The cause  of her death was from organic diseases of the heart as a sequence of  rheumatism from which she had  long suffered. Two daughters in the east and two in Ladner,  Mrs. R. Moffit and Miss Ott, with  her only surviving son, Frank, are  left to mourn her demise.  The funeral took place from the  family residence on Friday morning at 9.45 o'clock to Sacred Heart  church at Port Guichan and from  there to the cemetery at Boundary  Bay. Rey. Father O'Neil performed the last sad rites.  The pall-bearers were Messrs. P.  Shirley, W. Livingstone, Thos.  Todd, W, Pybus, P. Clark and J.  Simpson.   ia m  At 102 Per Cent—River  Road Proposition Accepted.  Council met on the r2th, all members present.  Minutes of the previous meeting  read and adopted.  A deputation consisting of Mayor  Keary, city council, and T.J. Trapp,  board of trade, of New Westmins  ter, interviewed the council in connection with the River road, stating  that the government were willing to  complete the road providing the  council would take over the road in  the Delta district and keep same in  repair, satisfactory to the govern  ment.  On motion of Councillor Ladner  and Burr, the offer was accepted.  Communications from Howay _  Reid re gravel pit, Port Kells, lease  signed and transfer made to council.  Communication from Dr. Wilson,  asking compensation for colt  drowned in road ditch, received,  clerk to reply that the council assume no responsibility in the matter.  Delta Highway By-law, No. g-  passed third reading.  On motion of Councillors McCallan and Ladner, the tenders for the  dyking bonds were opened. The  tenders were as follows: A. Silva-  White, $5,100 on $5,000 bond, or  102 per cent.; T. Ellis Ladner, at  par. A. Silva-White'6 tender was  accepted.  Reeve and Clerk authorized to  sign bonds and make transfer.  Council adjourned to meet on  Saturday, Nov, 22nd. at 2 p. m.  BAND CONCERT  On Wednesday Evening Was a First Class Entertainment.—Large and Enthusiastic Attendance.—Numerous Encores.  The concert given by the Ladner  Cornet Band on Wednesday evening last was a decided success both  financially and artistically. The  hall was filled to its utmost capacity  and judging from the continuous  and unstinted applause the audience  were thoroughly satisfied. Too  much praise cannot be given to the  promoters of the concert, whose  conscientious work added in no  small way to the success of the  affair. To the individual members  of the band it must have been very  gratifying indeed to know their  efforts both as musicians and entertainers were thoroughly appreciated. B. S. McDonald acted as  chairman and in a very neat speech  gave encouragement to the members of the band, both present and  prospective. The improvement in  the playing ofthe baud since heard  last was decidedly marked and it is  to be hoped under the careful tuition of J. H. Cronshaw, of Vancouver, (who has lately been engaged  to instruct the band) that tht tame  rapid improvement will be made,  and no doubt by next summer Ladner will have a band that they will  be proud of.  The band intends to duplicate thit  success in the near future, and will  endeavor to surpass, if possible, ia  quality the standard of the program  given last Wedaeseay.  The officers of the band who to  successfully managed the concert  are : Pres. A. T. Fawcett, Sec'y.  E. A. Bown, Treas. W. H. Smith,  Leader, I. W. Williamson.  The band wish to thank all those  who so kindly took part and assisted in making the concert a success.  The program was tastefully  chesen, lasting about two hours.  All the pieces being exceptionally  well rendered and receiving encores.  Miss E. Reid filled the ardneut  duties of accompanist, her playing  was clear and bright, always la  sympathy with soloist.   Dorlng  1. March "Distant Greeting"   Band  2. Song " King of Eternity "   Mr. I. W. Williamson  3. Piano Duett " Lntspiel Overture "  Mrs. Nicholson and Miss Reid  4. Sono "The Toll"   Mrs. Lanning  5. Selection "Songs of Scotland" Walston  Band  6. Song "Soldiers in The Park"   Mrs. Nicholson  7. Dancb "Highland Dance"   Miss Effie Munroe  8. Dubtt "Life's Dream is O'er"   •  Mrs. Kirkland and Mr. Williamson  9. Clarionet Solo "Alicante" Thires  Mr. J. H. Cronshaw  10. Duarr "Oh! That We Two Were Maying"   Mesdames Nicholson and Lanning  11. Scotch Sono Mrs. J. Honeyman   12. Concbrt Waltz "Sobre LasOlas" Rosea  Band  13. Quartette "The Belfry Tower" Hattoo  Mesdames Nicholson and Lanning,  Messrs. Woodley and Williamson  14. Selection "Religious Fantasia" Rollinaon  Band  GOD   SAVE   THE   KING.  Word was received in Ladner  this week of the disappearance of  Geo. Allison. He with a friend  went out shooting near Nanaimo  last week and getting separated  from each other nothing has been  seen of Alliston since. Search  parties have been out but without  avail and it is supposed he has  perished in the snow. His father,  J. Allison, spent the past several  days in Nanaimo.  Auction Sales.  H. N. Rich will sell by auction  at the wharf this afternoon at 3  o'clock a quantity of hay. In this  issue, on page 3, will be found ad's,  of sales of 20 acres of timber land>  200 bales of hay, 34 acres of land,  and the Imperial farm lands. On  page 4, the stock in trade of the  Palace livery stable, and horses,  implements and house-hold effects.  Parties wishing to get bargains  should read these ads. and investigate. Remember the date of the  sales.  On Tuesday evening a very pleasant hour was spent at the lodge  rooms of Delta No. 120, Loyal True  Blues, when the members presented  Mrs. David Black with a wedding  present of a handsome drawing-  room lamp and a fruit dish. After  the presentation, tea, coffee, and  cake were served and a very enjoyable time was spent.  Successful Pupil.  Jos. Honle, son of Mr. and Mrs.  O. Houle, of Port Guichon, who if  attending the Nazareth Seminary,  New Westminister, has passed •  very successful examination. He  now ranks first in the second grade  of that school and is being highly  complimented on his success, which  goes to show the tuition received in  the Ladner public school previons  to his entering the Seminary hae  assisted him considerably.  Change of Skippers.  Owing to some of the steamers of  the C. P. N. service laying up for  the winter, Capt. Street, .of the  Transfer, will be superseded by  Capt. Hickey an older captain in  the service, Capt. Hickey is well  known on the river route having  for some time been in charge of th*  boats on the Victoria route. We  understand Capt. Street will go to  California for a trip. THE D.ELT.A NEWS, SATURDAY, NOYMEBER 15, 190.2.  rf«w  THE DELTA NEWS  BY RIC.   A.  F_AS«_.  _a._r.pf.,, M_. per j _r I,. advance. !_.   rBUOSUO j, SSBp 4SJIJ _0,£  ,.SONV___ .. J*8© *»N »<r» Ml  M  S^B|p|00_il O4 OS i^JOAV  •jATVRDAY,   NOVEMBER   15,   1902.  «  ORIENTAL IMMIGRATION.  ggaa BBsaBsamam  A short time ago the London  ,Times was quoted upon the question  •of Oriental Immigration• into Australia.' The London Times represents the British people all over the  world in a way that no other paper  does. It leans to the Conservative  party.' The Daily News is the leading representative paper of the  Liberal party. They are unanimous on the question of Oriental  Immigration. The Daily News  says:  The desire of the Australian to  secure his heritage for the white  man is one which must command  , general sympathy.   He is so conveniently situated for Asiatic invasion  that the " yellow peril " with which  Europe is periodically threathened  is for him a constant and  very real  danger.    More than  once he  has  been brought face to face with the  possibility of being   swamped   by  yellow Outlanders,   who.   if they  could not steal his land from him by  force of arms, as is sometimes done,  could annex it by force of numbers.  The future of the country fully depends upon the success of the Australians  in  stemming the tide   of  Chinese and Japanese.    It is not  merely   a   question   of labor   and  wages though  that  is   sufficiently  serious,   for   the   capacity   of  the  Chinaman for work is only equalled  by his joy in his noisome surroundings.    No white man can compete  with the Chinese in the matter of  labor conditions.    He has no cravings for an eight hour day, and his  |dea of a minimum wage would make  a self-respecting British bricklayer  blush.    He is a standing rebuke to  those who ask whether poor men  can save.   His thrift is as amazing  as his power of endurance.   To the  sweater he is the most admirable  thing created in the likeness ot man.  To the worker be is a rival, of appalling import.    But,  as we have  said, it is not only or even chiefly  as  a candidate in the labor market  that the yellow man is a menace to  Australia.   He  is   a bad   citizen.  The   conditions   under  which   he  lives,   the   atmosphere   which   he  creates,   the   problems  which   he  raises are all such as a community  which desires to see its country' de-  velop on wholesome line3 must de-  sire to-avoid.   The Australians are  justly proud of their country, they  se* in  it vast potentialities which  they desire'to realize in their own  way.   They have had sufficient experience to know that allowed a  free course the Chinamen become  aa all pervasive as the rabbit, and a  jjiar greater nuisance, and they are  wisely doing their 1 est to keep him  St bay.  for ten years, which the Westmins  ter board of trade pays the interest.  Th* amount is now $10,000 which  should do a great deal in having  the road put through and in good  condition. The councils of Delta  and Surrey have been interviewed  for the purpose to see if they would  take the road over after it is com  pleted, keeping it in repair, etc.  and we believe this will be done.  With the completion of this road  Delta residents will be put in close  communication with Westminster  city, the distance being about 9  miles.  Under a recent order the Canadian Pacific Navigation Co., will  not take C. O. D. packages for  Fraser river points. For merchants  and others doing business along the  river this will cause a hardship, and  will mean that packages will take  from three days to a week to arrive  at their destination. The steamer  service on the lower Fraser is very  unsatisfactory and this new order is  in keeping with the rest of peculiar  methods adopted. The new service  which will start shortly should be  patronized by all both in travelling  and for freight.  The season for shooting cock  pheasant has closed. It ss hoped  that the farmers and others in the  Delta will find ways and means to  stop the indiscriminate meanderings  of sportsmen over their property,  and also to see that less hens are  victims of the hunters next ver.r.  What's the matterwith the Faru-.  er's Institute? The government is  sending experts- through the province lecturing, and have overlooked  the Delta district.    Why is this?  The Victoria exhibition management have a deficit of $3,000 as a  result of their fall tair held this  year. They had better take a few  pointers from Westminster.  Sometbin g definite is at 1 ast being  done about the Ladner-Westminster  Wagon road. 'The Westminster  council and board of trade ae doing hard work to have this road  completed. The government has  increased the grant $2,000 making  it now $6,000 and will also advance  *4,ooo more at 5 per cent, interest  Corporation of Delta  PELTA DYKING AND DRAINAGE SCHEME 1892 BYLAW NO. 3.  A By-law to provide for preserving, maintaining:, repairing- and keeping- certa In Dyking and J>ralnag» Worka oor*-  strueted under and by virtue of the provisions of the "Delta Dyking and Drainage By-Law, No. 1, 1892" of the Municipality of  Delta.  Whereas under the said "Delta Dyking »nd Drainage By-taw, 1B92," certain drainage and dyking worka therein _ao>  t'oned were and arc fully made and completed and aro now being- operated In the said Municipality;  And whereas, under and by virtue of Sectlan ail of the "Municipal Act, IS97," It Is provided that after such wortti  are fully made and completed as aforesaid. It shall -be the duty of the said Mu nicipality making such works to preaarva,  maintain, and keep in repair, the same at the expense ofthe lots, parts of lots, and roads, as the case may fc«, as agreed  upon, and shown In the Ey-law when fin ally passed,   j *       '  '.  And whereas, under anil by virtue of Section 263 of the "Municipal Act. 1S97," the Council may pass a By-law to borrow upon debentures of tin- said Municipality the funds necessary for the repairs and work required by said Section  261, and shall assess and levy upon tho property benefited as a special rate sufficient for the payment of  tha principal  aIlAnd, whereas, It Is expedient and necessary to preserve, maintain, repair, and keep In repair tho said works at tha  expense of tho lots and parts of lots benefited thereby, and the sum of   Three Thousand Two Hundred (fo.roo)  Dollars la nacas  BaryBe lt therefore enacted by tha said Municipal Council of the Corporation of Delta, pursuant to the provision! of tha  "Municipal Act, 1897," and amended Acts,  as follows: .,.--._        ,„ „ ..        • __,    _  1. That the Reeve of the said Dlstrl ot Municipality may borrow on the ere dlt of the said Corporation of DelU tha  sum of three thousand two hundr. d($3»oo)dol„rs belni? the funds necessary for the said works, and may Issue debentures of t_j  said Corporation to that amount, In sums of not less than $100.00 each, and payable within t en years from tha data  thereof with Interest at the rate of 6 p er cent, per annum, that is to say in te n equal annual payment*, the first of  which shall be due and pavable on  the day of October, 1903, and all such debentures to be payable at the Bank of  Montreal, New Westminster; Province of British Columbia, and to have attached  to them coupons for the payment of In-  t6r2? For the purpose of paying the sumofthrje tho-.isand two hundred ($3,2oo)dollars,belng the amount to be charged against  the said lands benefited, and which said lam's numbered in Schedule A to this by-law andwhich' are the lauds numbered and described In  the by-law known as the "Delta  DvIm and Drain by-law No. 1, rtoa, of the Municipality of Delta," and1 to cover Interest thereon for ten years at the rata  of five ner centum per annum, the foil owing special rates, over and above all o ther rates, shall _ assessed and levied  in the same manner and at the same time as taxes are levied upon the undermentioned lots and part or lots, and  which are the larlds mentioned and described in the schedule of assessment In the said "Delta Dyke and Drain By-law,  «_ of the Municipality of Delta," and the amount of the said special rates and interest assessed against each lot or part  $int respectively shah be divided into ten equal parts, and one such part shall be assessed and levied as  aforesaid _? each1'year for      ten       years after theflnal passage of this By-law, during wh!6h the said debenture, faavtt?  t0 run' SCHEDULE "A."  Schedule of assessment on certain lands    in    Townships    3    and   4  land reclamation and drainage works for 'benefit to  said  Townships:  . for    preserving, maintaining and keeping tn repair,  Nominal Owner of Property  Group  or  township  Section, Quarter Section or  part  of Quarter Section  Asbury, William   Brown,   Chris   Brown,  Chris   Coulthard, P. J   Coulthard, F. J   Deamer, Thos   Everett, Lyman   Embree,  L.   W   Embree, George   Embree, George   Ford, H. J   Holmes,   J   Huff,   Seymour   Kittson,   R.   B   Kittson   R. E   Lome   Estate   Lome   Estate   Lome  Estate   Laws, M. G   Magee,  Alex   Morgan, H. R. L   Morgan, H. R. L   McKee,   D. A   McKee, D. A   McKee, D. A   MoKee,  John   MoKee,   Robert   McKee,   Est.  J   Paterson, T. W   Palei-KOn, T. W   Paterson, T. W...'   Robinson,  J    —  Peek.   James   Peppenberger, J   Robertson,   Thos   Robertson, Thomas.. .  Robertson, Thos:... ..  Smith,   Mrs.  S.  L...,.  Emilh, Est.  S. L   Smith. Est.  S. L   Smithe,   Wm   Tavlor, A.  DeR :  Tavlor, A.  DeR   Taylor,   A.   DeR   Tasker, Wm :■•   •  Thompson,  S   Wadhams, Est. A. E...  Wadhams, Est. A. E...  Williams, R. T.  .. ■•  •  Williams, R. T   Williams, R. T   Wilson, Thos   Weaver,  John—   ....  Pt N. E. 1-4 Sec. 35   S. 1-2 S. W. 1-4 Sec. 11   N. E. 1-4 Sec. 34   N. W. .pt N. E. 1-4 See. 27   N. pt S.  E. 1-4 Sec. 34   E. pt. N. W. 1-4 Sec. 28   N. 1-2 N. W. 1-4 Sec. 34   N.  W.   1-4  Sec.   35   Pt N. W. 1-4 Sec. 35   N. pt.  S.  E. 1-4 Sec. 35   S 1-2 N.  W. 1-4 Sec. 34   S. pt. N. E. 1-4 Sec. 4   N. W. 1-4 Sec. 33   S. W. 1-4 Sec. 33   S. 1-2 S. E. 1-4 Sec. 10   S. 1-2 Sec. 8   S. 1-2 Sec. 9 1     S. W. 1-4 Sec. 10   S 1-2 S. W. 1-4 Sec. 11   S. W. 1-4 Sec. 3   S. pt N. W. 1-4 Sec. 1  (|)t Lot 243)  ....  S. pt. N. E. 1-4 Sec. 1 (pt Lot 243)....  W. Dt N. W. 1-4 Sec. 80   S. E. 1-4 Sec. 2   S.  E. 1-4 Sec. 3...   N. E. 1-4 Sec. 3   S. E. 1-4 Sec. 4   N. W. 1-4 Sec. S   N. W. 1-4  Sed.  29   1-2 Sec. 32   S 1-2 Sec. 33   Pt.  N. E. 1-4 Sec. 2S   S 1-2 S. W. 1-4 Sec. 34   Pt N.  E. 1-4 Sec. 4   W. pt N. E. 1-4 Sec. 2   E. pt N. W. 1-4 Sec 2   N. .pt S. W. 1-4 Sec. 2.   N 1-2 N. E. 1-4 Sec. 29   S 1-2 N.  E. l-4.Sec. 29   Pt S. E. 1-4 Sec. 29   IN. 1-2 S.  W. 1-4 Sec. 34   W  1-2 N. E. 1-4 Sec 32   E. 1-2 N. E. 1-4 Sec. 32   W. pt S. W. 1-4 Sec. 4   ...  Pt S. W. 1-4 Sec. 29   W. ot N. W. 1-4 Sec. 2   N, pt N. W. 1-4 Sec. 27   N. W. 1-4 Sec. 32   N. W. 1-4 Sec. 4   N. 1-2 Sec. 5   S. 1-2 Sec. 5   E. pt S. W. 1-4 Sec. 4   IS. W. 1-4 Sec.  2   i      Totals..  1  1 annual  No     1 value      to cover  Total     awesmnt  of      | of i_-1 Interest  Special    1 for each  Acres 1 prove-1 for 10 yrs  lssess-     year for  1  ncnts | at 5 per c  uient. 1 10 years  143      1 $ 144.45 |  }  48.05 |  $ 192.50 | J  19.25  80  7.18  2.62 1  9.80  98  160  111.80  37.20  149.00  U.90  9       1  7.20 |  2.30 1  9.50 1  96  150  140.00  47.00  187.00  1_J»  40      1  34.40  11.60  46.00  4,60  80      1  62.35  20.65  83.00  8.30  UK)  127.90  42.60  170.50  17.05  88  71.80  24.20  96.00  9.6*  13      |  6.65 |  2.35 |  9.001  9*  80  62.35  20.05  83.00  8.39  100  22.50  7.50  30.00  3.09  160  107.CT  35.83  143:60  14.35  160  107.68  35,82  143.60  14.36  80  16.00  5.50  21.50  2.15  320  4.35  1.65  6.00  66  320  4.35  1.65  6.00  60  160      |  2.15  85  3.00  St  80      |  7.17  2.53  9.70  iff  160  83.25  27.75  111.00  11.10  80      I  1.50 |  50  2.00  a  SO  3.00  1.00  4.00  40  104  90.25  30.25  120.50  12.06  160  135.20  44.80  180.00  18.00  160  76.85  25:35  102.50  10.26  160  41.80  14.20  56.00  6.8*  160  71.60  24.40  96.00  9.6*  160  41.80  14.20  56.00  6.66  160  139.75  46.76  186.50  18.66  320  262.25  87.25  349.60  34.96  320  284.25  94:75  379.00  37.96  104  .    85.90  28.00  114.50  11.46  80  71.12  23.88  95.00  9.60  60  2.40  l.M  3.50  36  80  12.55  4.45  17.00  1.7*  so  19.10  6.40  25.50  2.56  4  1.45  86  2.00  »  80  69.88:  2342  93.30  9.3.1  80  69.87  23.33  93.20  9.32  20  15.50  E.60  '  21.00  2.16  so  71.13  23.87  95.00  9.56  so  43.70  14.80  68.50  6.S6  80  43.70  14.80  68.50  5.8S  42  18.80  6.70  25.50  2.55  54  41.65  14.85  5S.50  ,   6.86  80  14.40  5.10  19.50  1.95  64  48.30  W.20  64.50  6.46  ISO  80.75  26.75  107.50  10.75  160  17.90  6.10  21.00  2.40  3W  ■   17.90  6.10  2400  2.40  320  S-..75  12.25  4>.00  4.80  118  52.85  17.65  70.60  7.05  156  83.95  28.05  112.00  11.20  J3200.00  $1072.50  W272.60  11427.26  o    n.v.„.   .>,(=  -Rv law  shall  be -publls he-1 in  the "Delta News" newspaner on ce every week for four consecutive weeks  __retho^ fr°m  the  tot6  adoption by the    ounc. purposes aa the "Delta Dyking and Drainage Scheme, 189a, By-Law, No. 3.  Pro™?ona_y Ido^ted by  the Council on the 12th day of July, int.  N. A. McDIARMID, Clerk Municipal Council.  WM.  H.  _A_»N_R, Reave.  Old maids,  young   maids,   pretty  maids, witty maids,  Masked,  you see them dancing  hand in hand.  Gipsy ?irls,' colored   girls,   saucy-  girls, haughty girls,  Vieing each to win a prize,  you  understand.  Parsons,  soldiers, Chinese and col-  ' ored men,    v  Enjoy the dancing up and down  tbe hall,  With   characters   historic,    others  very comic,  At   the' Forester's   Masquerade  ball.  CHURCH   NOTICES.  EAPTrST.  Services will be held Sunday  evening fat 7, I W Williamson,  pastor.  CATHOLIC  Reverend Father Edm. Peytavin,  O. M. I. Services first and thifd  Sunday of each month 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 7:36 o'clock'  *£homas Oswald, minister.  ALL SAINT'S TRENANT  Service will' be. held in the evening at 7 o'clock by Rev Bell.     v  ; ■■ . .•   .-   y .a- ■.     ?,.. .  METHODIST.  Services next Lord's Day at 11  a.m. and 7 p.m.  A N Miller, pastor  ml  Rosea,  Rhododendrons,  Agelins,  Shade   Trees,  SmaU Fruits.  Greenhouse and bedding out plants, at litft than  •astern or foreign prices.  Clean eertiGcutc from the inspector.  Garden, Field, and Flower Seertn.   Ko.-.i viiriety  tested as to vitality, and at close prkvn.  Fertilisers,   Bee  Supplies,   Agricultural   Imple  uientsi, 8tc.  New catalogue tells you all about it.   Call and  examine nur block and e<* our list or *eua  for it: it will save you money.  Address  M.  J.   HENRY,  joea Westminster Road,  Vancouver, B. C.  I.ADNKR, B. C.  W. ALEXANDER, PROP.  Livery rigs and saddle horses for  hire.     Horses bought and sold  on commission,  ^eamingdor.e on short notice.  r^. Wtvi*_irK  General Blacksmith  Ladner, B. C  First class  : class work  Horseshoing  a specialty.  B. C. CIGAR FACTORY  B. G—Noted Brand.  PHOENIX—With Eagles.  OLD SPORT—Always Reliable.  B. WILBERO & CO. new westinstk*. ». o.  P. O. BOX 661.  Binder Twine, Baling Wire  Baling Ties  Cheapest and Best  R. F. ANDERSON St CO  NEW WBffTMINSTKR. B. C.  mill  an m 1 in    1 maiiim ■'■ i     I ______  Delta Transfer Stable  LADNER, BC.  SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND SADDLE HORSES  ON SHORT NOTICE «  Team Work Done at Specially Low Prfeomm  l!»»*£'M«.»jN«.«iM».  4+4^-m-H*-*-M-^H'4+H-H'  JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.  Telephone "Ladner" No. ioj  ••*JHa»}>«H$..«*jK«.»^.»*J«.a.»J».»*J«*»J«.»^>.««J..J«.».<^^  the Delta Hews, $1.00  L_____t_i -•   '  T" TVTT'  •H-H*-H-H«-frHH4 H-H-r*f^-M~H'i-;"f+*-. ■THE DELTA NEWS, SATU&DAY, NOVEMBER 15, 19012.  „5P»awe_  ; PJL,4NP TAR.  -How the City of Toronto  -Will try to Lay the  Dust.     A couple of weeks ago citizens  ..were complaining of oil upon the  surface of the bay.    Next  spring  .they will have an opportunity to  remonstrate   with   the   authorities  , over the presence of oil upon the  macadam roadways of the city.  CUjr Engineer Rust and Street  1 Commissioner Jones held a confer  ence the other day, and the theme  flitheir discussion was "Dust and  How it .Might Best be Laid  -They decided that next spring they  .would experiment with oil. This  winter Street Commissioner Jones  .will have his mechanics build a  wagon for the purpose of sprinkl  ing oil upon the streets, .and the  scheme wjll be given a perfect test.  .,, .'•'• The-scheme is not a new one,"  jsaid Mr. Rust in discussing the  .niat^er to-day. "Oil has been tried  in (California and the scheme has  been .successful. The dust was not  only laid, but a food firm roadbed  resulted. We will give the oil a  -trial jfaere at any rate, and, see for  ,ourselves how it works. I expect  ■though,.that cyclists will complain  if we use oil. It will get on their  tires and annoy them in that way.  Its use is limited te a macadam  road, however.". .   t.  In gay Monte Carlo, where  everything that might annoy fastidious visitors is given scrupulous  attention, experiments with oil and  tar fer the laying of dust have been  conducted under the supervision of  the most eminent authorities, arid  both schemes have met with marked  success. The experiments were  carried out at Campigny, a village  near the city of the gay casino, by  Dr. Guglielminetti, of Monte Carlo.  Geneva has also experimented in  the'jsame line. Special apparatus  tyasconstfuetedfcr the experiments  with tar. In the first experiment  the tar was sprinkled upon the roadway with a fah-sliaped nozzle  pierced with two rows of orifices.  In the second experiment the tar  was placed in a tank, and after being hefted by a travelling furnace  was distributed from a sprinkler.  Before the tar was laid in either case  the roadbed, was carefully brushed.  Upon a day on which all trace of  humidity hjbdtdisappeared, _ie tar  was laid on. As soon as the tar  commenced to cool, clean, fine sand  was1 scattered over the section  treated, and the street was closed to  traffic for a few days to give the tar  _ chance to harden. The results  were excellent. The road was  given a fine hard surface, which was  not slippery. Neither was it  marked by horses' shoes, aor did it  •often in very hot weather. There  Was no dust and the roadbed dried  easily, because the water ran immediately to the gutters and did not  •oak into the roadbed. The cost  of the work was about a cent a  square yard.  The experimenters reckon that  the layer of tar will not only keep(  the roadbed in condition, but; pre-  seryeit, and hail a tar 'sor-face as a  solution of the problem of dust, and  « factor in prolonging the life of a  macadam roadbed. In the. oil experiments, thin crude oil is merely  sprinkled upon the roadbed aftarit  has been swept. It prevents the  Wheels and hoofs from grinding the  broken stone of the. roadbed into  dust, and prevents the wind from  carrying the sand away in clouds.  ' How often the oil will hare to be  used Mr. Rust could not say until  after he had experimented with the  material- He intended to give the  matter a thorough test. If oil was  not sn'isfactory, he would consider  tor.—Toiopto Sfcar-  Just the Only Way.  -There is only one way, says John  Wanamaker, to advertise, and that  is to hammer your name, your location and your business so thoroughly into the people's bead that if they  walked in their sleep they would  constantly ti.rn their heads to your  store. The newspaper is your best  friend in spite of your criticism. It  helps to build up the oommunity  which supports you. When the  day comes that the newspapers are  dead the people are near the edge  of their grave with no one to write  their epitaph.  Raymond Prefontaine, ex-mayor  of Montreal, was sworn in as minister of Marine and Fisheries Tuesday. Hon. James Sutherland is to  succeed Tarte as Minister of Public  Works.      The Doukhobors who were taken  back to their home by mounted police, declare that when an opper  tunity offers they will again start in  search of Jesus.  For Sale.—One Herring Seine  in good condition. Apply at The  News office.  uanuwii  ssep }sjii ui auop 3[io^. "saauaj  pnjj,suoD    01    ua^B}   sidb-huoq  •_apuajj 9ji_\ »Sbj  nfcouaaiy puB ueipBUBQ joj jusSy  'aavM "3 t  TAILORING  Clothes Altered, Cleaned gtti Repaired.  Parcels left at yr. I,. McBride's store and A. Walker's aud W. R. McClellan'a barber shop will be  called for on Monday and returned on Saturday.  O. W.WALKER.  Hotel Colonial  J. B. INSLBY, Prop.  Kates, $1.50 and $3.oo per day.  Special attention given   to Commercial  Travellers.  Oar. McKensie and Clarkson Sts.  New Westminster, B. C.  Windsor Hotel  Corner Columbia & Begbie* Sts.  NEW WESTMINSTER  ■ample rooms for commercial travelers. Ceil  trally situated in business portion of the city  Accommodation and attendance first class. Con  venient to tramway terminus aud CPR depot  and steamboats. Rates $1, $1.25 and $1.50.  A. VACHON,      - Proprietor  Clarington Hotel  South Westminster, B C  Strictly first class accommodation.    Good stabling.   Careful attention given to hones.  J. WISE, Prop  HOTEL LELAND   R. Dowswell, Prop.  Vancouver, B. C.  Oat block from C. P. R. Depot and Steamboat  wharves. Newly renovated and re__«n_.  Rates, fi.jo to $2 per day.  Cor. OrativiUe and Hestrataltts.   •   -   •   T_ 14.  Surrey Hotel,  SOUTH WBSTMIrfSTItR, B. C.  firs. K. Oeorge, Proprietress.  Newly furnished throughout.   First class accom  mod—ion.   Choice liquors and ch/ars.  Good stabling in attendance.  HICK'S HOTEL  ILADNER, B. C.  P. SHIRLEY, Proprietor.  Conveniently  situated and  first class in every particulaT.  BEST CUISINE SERVICE  We have just received a new  lot of Ledgers, Journals, Cash  Books, etc., made up in many  different kinds of rulings. If you  want a new one it will pay you to  see them. Special ruled books  made to order.  Mackay &Southon  Booksellers, Stationers, Etc.  Columbia .street,   -   NSW WU6TMINgTRR,B.C.  AUCTION SALE  OF-  I will sell by auction at the Town  Hall, Ladner, on Saturday 29th,  November, immediately after the  sale of tbe McNeely Estate properties. Timber Lot No. 1, in Section  15, Delta Munibipality, New Westminster District.  H. N. RICH,  Auctioneer  AUCTION SALE  OF ABOUT  I will sell by Auction on the Wharf  at LADNER on  SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 15th,  at 3 o'olock, for account of whom it  may   concern,   to   defray  accrued  wharfage and storage chages, about  15 TONS OF BALED HAY  i  now stored on the wharf as above.  Terms cash.  H. N. RICH,  Auctioneer.  AUCTION SALE  34 Acres of Land  Mr. H. N. Rich has received instructions from Mr. W. H. Leary,  to sell by Auction at Town Hall,  LADNER on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29th:  The North Part of Lot 102,  Group II, NEW WESTMINSTER  DISTRICT, containing 34 acres.  This is a chance to obtain a small  holding at a low figure—one-half  the property is in good condition  for crop and the balance cau be  easily cleared and drained.  Auction Sale  111»»*.  The Only Genuine  Orchestral Attachment  Beware of the claim of disappointed deakas who tell you *h_t tfaejy  can give you a "Banjo Attachment" or " instrumental attachment" or  •omething else which they endeavor to make you believe if just at good  as the "Bell Orchestral Attachment." There is nothing else aa good.  The same being protected by letters patent.  Also place no confidence in the man who tells you he "can supply  you with a Bell Piano or Organ " at a price which is less than the cost  of manufacture. He does this for the purpose of belittling Pianos and  Organs that he knows he cannot get.  New Art Series of Bell Piano  With the Orchestral Attachment and Practice Cleaver,  Bell Pianos are made and warranted by the  largest makers of Pianos in Canada.  Bell Pianos^are warranted ten years  Bell Pianos attachment double piano's life  Bell Pianos enable you to imitate the Htrp  Bell Pianos produce 4he tones of Ihe Zither  Bell Pianos enable you to pratitice without an  noyanee to others.  Bell Pianos stimulate the efforts of learners by  their great variety of bones  Bell Pianos give you, if wanted, the tones and  effects of the old Dulcimer.  Bell Pianos imitate the Mandolin to per{_| ion  Bell Pianos render the tones of the Onitor  Bell Pianos give you Banjo tones for jigs and  dance music  Bell Pi_ 03 produce the tones of the Autoharp  Bell Pianos pleases Auld Scotia's Sons by imita  ting the bagpipes  Bell Pianos render martial airs in imita on o^  Fife and Drum Corps  Bell Pianos imitate the tones of the bugle, near  or fcir away  Bell Pianos enable the player to perfcety imitate a Chime of Bells  Bell Pianos give tones ofthe Aeolian Harp  Bell Pianos have patented double spring pedals  so made that they never squeak or break  Bell Pianos have genuine   hand-carved  orna  mentations  -OF-  ln fhe Delta WlunloinaUty  and Lots In the Village  of Ladner.  rir. H. N. Rich will sell by Auction at the Town Hall, Ladner,  SATURDAY, NOV. 29th  850 ACRES DELTA LANDS  now known aa the "Imperial Farm," a'tuate  m Township 5, New Westminster District,  described as north cast quarter of Section 10;  south west quarter of Section 15, north half of  south east quarter of Section 15; the north half  ol south west quarter of Section 15; north half  of Secrlon 15; timber lots 3 and 4 Section 15;  south portion of Section 33, an island In the  Fraser River close to Ladner, known as Lot 45a;  and 6 lots with residence in the town of Ladner.  THE ABOVE FARM LANP9 will be offered In  lata to suit those desiring large or small holdings and will be sold on the following terms if  desired: 30 per cent cash and balance on mortgage at five per cent, per annum with five per  cent, of principal payable annually.  THESK LANDS A11K DRAINED AND FENCED  iu a good state of cultivation and have abundant supply ef good water, and to partlea requiring Graiu, Dairy or Stock Farms, presents an  opportunity rarely to he met with to acquire  first class properties ou such favorable terms,  and are offered for sale to close up the estate of  the late'Mr. Thos. McNeely.  FULL PARTICULARS and plans may be obtained from the Auctioneer, Ladner B. C.  I  J. HENLEY   J  {  ♦ Soda Water, Ginger  .♦.    Ale and Summer  J[ Drinks.  I       Your patronage solicited  .«*£..*«°..*.«°«.*»***..g..e.«2».e*4Q.*«..°..«*°..«~  NBW WESTMINSTER,  .*. Manufacturers of all kinds ol  BELL PIANOS are the only Piano made with tha Illimitable DooUt  Repeating Action.  BELL PIANOS have the Full Metal Platestwitb/Busfced Tuning Pins.  A One Cent Postal Card may save you  One Hundred Dollars  New catalogues just issued showing new designs of beautiful casts  in choice Mahogany. Walnut and other fancy woods.  Send for one and get our reduced 1903 prices.  W. W. MONTELIUS  Manufacturers Exclusive Agency in B. C.  410 Hastings, Street, VANCOUVER.  Notice.—We do not sell our customers notes.  ^^^^^»a><s»«s»a>_<>_a>___<>avij»%ajaaJ  The Delta News  One Dollar a Year  _♦_____■«> — ___-%-_-^^%<a>o^._  G. T. BaKer  Ladner, B. C.  Ageait for  bh. m hide i w  A full stock of Buggies, Carriages always _  band.   Repairing •faUdeacrlpttaoa.  W.   N.   DRAPJJR,  PROVINCIAL^I_N_  SURVEYOR  Room 1, Ellard Black, _?» VattBSpJfay, B.C.  To Intelligent Business  Men and Farmers:  Insure your Stocks, Houses __|  Barns in the A-fOi.o-A«Ric_n and  Equity Firf Insurawcs Cor_ar>  rss.     We are not in tht Insttraact  Trust, and can positively save yo«  money.   Call or write for rates.  A. W. McLbod,  DISTRICT AOftirr.  Office: Burr Block, Columbia s_Mt,  'Phone 62.      New West—tit___  Ten   choice   milk  cows, pick oi  fourteen. Also one registered Shorthorn bull, calved April 8th, 1900.  W. H. LADNER,  I.ADNER, B. C.  JOHN SIMPSON, Proprietor.  * Refitted throughout with New Horses, New Buggits ,  1       and Hacks.   Good saddle Horses alway on hand.  Lowest Rates.  elephone No. xj. j  »»M»>t0t»»9»<»ftHtHi|iO»l»»|>»Mi(HH THE DELTA NEWS, SA.TUEJ_AY, NOVEMBER 15, 1902.  I  :  LOCAL  NEWS.  '"a.       '*  ,. Sunday,' November jot-h is St.  ^ndrew's day.  H. MackKn spenl a few days in  yapcouver this week, on business.  Paal Sweason, of the B. A. Cannery, at Canoe Pass, was up to the  cities thlji week,  Mrs* JJrisp, of Vancouver, is visit  iag with Mr. ana Mrs. Marshall  Smith.  Mrs. Jas. Mason, of Gulfside,  was yjsi^iug jn Vancouver for a few  days this week.  Mrs. W. Siddall returned from  Vancouver Tuesday afternoon after  a few daiyjr visit.  jlyrlaw No. $, oi tht D«Ua Dy icing and Drainage Scheme, is being  published in th.e Delta News.  Mrs. Nicholson, who has been  visiting with friends in Ladner, left  for her home in Victoria this morning-  Geo. R. Maxwell, M, P., for  Burrard, has been unconscious for  $he pa3t few days and his end is  near.  Councillor Thos. E. Ladner spent  a few days in Vancouver this week  and white there interviewed the  Boer delegates.  Reported changes in the fflanage-  BBtntftf the Delta hotel have not  Materialized as yet, but tht matter  |s being arranged.  Wm, leary and W. J. Leary left  the first of the week for the Serpentine where they will remain a short  time on a hunting tour.  We learn that the steamer Monte j  Cristo from the Skeena river will  likely be put on lower Fraser to  carry freight and passengers.  Stag service will be held in the  Baptist, church on Sunday evening  by the Rev. I. W. Williamson.  Subject: " Shall We Gather at the  River ?"  Mrs. Ric. A. Fraser leaves this  evening for Vancouver and goes up  to Kamloops on Monday, where she  wj.ll Jeraain ftjr a few months for the  benefit of her health.  Guy Walker, who combines tail  pring, planing, and repairing  clothes with bis poultry ranch, reports business as being very brisk  in the first mentioned occupation.  H. N. Rich has received a large  number of enquires concerning the  Imperial farm lands which will be  Sold by auction on Saturday, Nov.,  29th. Parties wishing to purchase  farm lands oould not do better than  invest in this estate.  Auction Sale  -OF7  I have received instructions from  Mr. W. Walters, to sell by Auction on the Anderson Farm, 3  miles east of Ladner, on  Monday,   December   ist,  1902, at one o'clock  One Bay Colt 4 years old, 1 bay  colt rising 2 years; 1 Massey Harris wide open binder; 1 Massey  Harris mower 5^ foot out; 1  Massey Harris self dump rake; 1  16-inch Oliver steel plow; 1 set  scratch harrows; 1 3-inch tire  wagon; 1 top buggy; 2 milk cans;  barrel churn; 4 Dozen Chickens.  and an assortment of  HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND  EFFECTS: Including bedroom  suite; 2 bed steads; child's cot;  extension dining table; 2 dozen  chairs; 1 couch; a Kimball Organ; rocking chairs; kitchen  utensels, etc.  Terms Cash.       H. N. RICH,  Auctioneer.  Watchmaker  and Jeweler  LADNER, B. C.  A full stock of high grade  Jewelery, Witches, and Clocks  Repairing a specialty. If you have  any work leave it with me and I  will guarantee satisfaction.  Sweet Cider  PURE  STRAYED  TWO YEARLING STEERS-  red and white color, dehorned, and  branded ".G " on left hip. Finder  leave word at The News Office,  or '  . ;■  p. McGregor,  Ladner.  AUCTION SALE  11 Horses  Vehicles  —AND—  Stock in trade of the Palace Livery Stables, Ladner, comprising:  11 Horses which include 2 team of  draught horses, about 2800 lbs.  each team; a team of general purpose horses, about 2400 lbs.; a  black mare in foal to Colloquoy;  a grey buggy horse, fine mover;  1 sorrel buggy horse; 1 4-year  old bay oolt; 1 2-year old bay colt.  4 Bugpries, 1 2-seated open rig; 1  3-seated open rig; 1 surrey; 1  double sleigh; 2 single sleighs; 1  set bob sleighs; 2 4-inch tire  wagons; 1 3-inch tire wagon; 3  sets heavy double team harness;  3 sets double driving harness; 6  sets singlt: buggy harness, lap  robes, halters, rugs, etc.  One Sulky. Plow, 1 18-inch breaking plow, 1 scraper, wheelbarrow,  whips, lanterns, and a useful assortment of miscellaneous effects.  I  have received instructions from  Mr. John Simpson, who is giving  up the livery business, to sell by  auction on the premises as above,  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd  at one o'clock.  The auctioneer  calls  special  attention to   this   sale.    The horses  will l>e found young, native and in  good   order.       The  vehicles   are  strong, many of them home manufacture   and   have   had little use.  Terms cash.  H.  N. RICH,  Auctioneer.  Note,—The livery stable and lots  will be rented or sold.  MAPLE  SYRUP  New Shipment of  CITY BAKERY  DO YOU NEED  HARNESS  If so place your order early  and avoid the spring rush  Everything in Harness  and Saddlery at  Moderate Prices.  a. Mcdowell,  lajdner.Ib. C.  Windsor Hotel  Corner Columbia & Begbie, Sts.  *      if  * NKW WKSTMINSTER  Sample rooms--for commercial travelers. Ceu  tftttly situated 'in "business portion of the city  Accmnmo'iation and dining room first class. Con-  vcuflrtit to tramway terranhis and C P R depot  and btcauibottts. Rates $i, $1.25 aud $1.50.  ' A. VaC__0,N, '     -''    -      •'      -      Proprietor  Subscriptions  Taken for ALL  P  ewspapers  es  —AND—  Special Agent for  '^FAMILY HERALD"  Renewals forwarded free of  charge, St* primus at the  jprug Store.  Fa J. MacKenzie.  JEOBEUT MAY;  *     Ladnerr    -    B. C.  ! Groceries j  i«  \ TINSMITUiNG *  \ and REPAIRING?  i Heaters lined and stoves set up.  f  Agent for  \ The   Gurney  foundry   Coy's.  t     Oxford Stoves- and Ranges.  i       The best on ttie market.  »•••••••••••  j Dry goods!  • NEW    LINE    JUST   ARRIVED •  J The Latest in Ladies Hats, Children's Hoods, etc J  • Don't miss this opportunity to see and purchase these goods        •  BOOTS  &  SHOES  FOR BARGAINS  IN    THESE     GOODS  CAU, ON  DRYGOODS I  GENT'S  FURNISHINGS  i  9  !  W. L McftRIDE  PORT: GUICHON, B. C.  Phom* 5  CHOICE  GROCERIES  COME AND INSPECT  THESE GOODS  SATISFACTION  GUARANTEED  BEST  BRANDS 0 Fi  FLOUR  e*«*«*_*OO«9*®O*Q*^**«*««0*««*««*««__»aj9a>0  *♦♦+*♦*♦++* ♦ * ♦ ■!■ ♦ ■!■+*♦»+ ++H- H-♦■!■♦'!♦*♦-H »♦■!■♦»'♦♦  A NEW LINE OF  LADIES,*BLOUSES        LADIES SAILORS  LADIES SKIRTS LADIES WHITE UNDERWBAR  AND STAPLE DRYGOODS  FRESH :-: GROCERIES :-: EVERY :-: WEEK  I   /). J. fiutcberson's  ••a***^^-*^*:*^-^** **+*&*-#. ■ :k « :k ■ * ■ * < m • m ■«  A Full Line of  AND  Other Heaters  at Town PH009  I  MARSHALL SMITH  •  • A SPECIAL LINE   OF  ?     Fine Nobby Boy's Suits ofthe Best Quality  •:-: ■      il  I  INSURE YOUR PROPERTY   with   New Westminster, B. C.  b wPm  O^TtOBfUBSBgrnQSl ■-"-—-  wssssaaimssa  The Landing Insurance Agency  te _L@2_7i_   ~  j__g_j!___________^ _j_ji ** * * ***  Gutn ___?o©if®i  We have more Gum Boots in stock than any other store in tht _t|r  In order to reduce our stock we well Sell for 30 Day*  Men's Snag Proof Gum Boots at $5 ami $5.80  Ragular Prtea $f .7* an* S6.2*  We nlflo have large Sitts in Hip Boots that we are selling at U-W  W.E.SINCLAIR, LS  n I torn*  ■'■:  Magic Spice.  The Magic Animal Spice and the Magic Poultry Spice made by the-  Magic Spice Co., Vancouver, are composed of the very bast vegetable  drugs known. They give genuine satisfaction in building up norm,  and cattle and producing milk.   Bgg« guaranteed in winter.  FOR SALE AT  MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE, LADNER.  Call at the Old Stand lately occupied by P. Clark.  First class work. Your patronage solicited..  W. H. TAYLOR,    -    -    ?BOP.   *y,..l^.A~.A~-A-*A~»l<^~"A-*-A-+A-+' »&+A+-A >■■> «'+'«. 0n + i'$aaa*i I 4 ■'♦  t  I  I  I  Men's Flannelette Night Shirts  50, 60, 75 cents and $r  .  Boy's Flannelette Night Shirts, 65 cents  Men's Pyjamas $1.50, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.00  J. E. PHILLIPS  709-711 Columbia Street   ;-;     New Westminster,  » <  S^A~A~A*A*A^'^V-~>*<~+<t+' -"8"a"j"»»frt ^'a <<$ • '^« ■»» % ■ ■» n»iai

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