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Array ■  S/L~/L  THE  DELTA NE  ▼ML _ Pea. 41.  LADNER, B. C., SATURDAY,   NOVEMBER 29, 1902.  $L00 * year  IB  Question Discussed Again  This Week.   Different Opinions.  Thursday, Mr. Dove, of Sunbury,  called on Tbe Delta News and  talked over tbe article in last week's  issue concerning the River road.  Mr. Dove explained his version in  _ very gentlemanly manner and  although not ot tbe same opinion as  The Delta News, has an idea that  tht article was published with the  intention of doing harm for the  completion ofthe road. We have  read tbe article over aad do not see  Anything detrimental to the construction. We never had, or at  the present time, any desire to see  tke proposed work on the road  •topped.  The Delta News does not wish to  advocate anything detrimental to  any portion ofthe district and does  not intend doing so. The matter  we wished brought out was to  know whether it would in any way  tavaKdate the by-law by having the  read fcttftt on the dyke or for using  the d%_e for any other purpose than  what ft eras at firs* intended for, ales whs would to responsible for -any  damage done, tke municipal -pe»n-  cil or dyking scheme ? On lotfking  _p the statutes, an amendment to  tbe municipal act, brought _i by  John Oliver, M. P. P., answers a  portion of tha question: '"When  any dyke ia crossed by a public  highway or private road the level  of such dyke shall not be interfered  with. Wherever the top of a dyke  forms a portion of a highway or  road it shall be the duty of the mu-  sucipal corporation to maintain the  tame at a constant level and te repair all injury directly or indirectly  caned to tha dyke by its use as a  highway or road,"  We are aware that by giading  and putting gravel on the dyke  would strengthen it and be beneficial. Probably in the matter of continuing the road down tbe dyke to  Ladner, aa long ar the Crescent Island road is eojtable, might be left  out, but still it would give a mile  or so closer communication to Lad-  em or those going to to town. Also if it would strengthen the dyke  and not effect the by-law in any  tray, Why not continue it right  through r  The idea was to bring the matter  before the public so as to have it  threshed oat, to prevent, if there  wee any, trouble with the Dyking  Scheme later on, and we believe are  justified ia endeavoring to protect  the council and settler from impend -  trouble by bringing forth questions  •f this kind. There has been considerable trouble in connection with  dyking matters aud when they oc-  emt they should be made known to  the people and not kept in the dark  •ven if they do not suit all.  In conversation with one of the  councilors he stated that according  to his ideas the article in last week's  isstte was practically correct- He  stated that by using the Crescent  Island road, which, with very little  improvement was good for all purposes, it would.beuefit more than  by building do^jii the dyke, which  would be a-'ljBttd road. At the  River road, ft* dyke would be  widened and fraud pitf pn it which  would bring it above the required  level and would strengthen it considerably, and that the road built on  the dyke would not invalidate the  by-law. He also stated that when  the dyke was being built the contractor offered to make it larger, for  a stated price, for road purposes,  but that the counsel did not. do it  because they did not have power to  take dyking money for road purposes.  That is what The News stated  in last issue that the dyking money  was not borrowed for the purpose  of making roads.  •QUARANTINE.  For a few days the first of the  week a diphtheria case was on in  this section but has subsided by this  time. Owing to misunders_md_tgs  the first case was not quarantined  at once and the provincial board of  health was notified who telegraphed  the municipal council to have it  quarantined.  As a result of Dr. Fagaa's wire  .from Victoria, the following is the  minutes of the board of health for  jDeltta municipality:  Monday, Nov. 24, 10 a. m.:  Board of health met pursuant to a  telegram received from Dr. Fajan,  provincial health officer, on Saturday 22nd, to the effect that it is  "currently reperted that diphtheria  was general throughout the municipality," and we find that there is  only one case on record or reported  and that has bees, quarantined since  Friday 21st. The board has therefore sent the following telegram to  Dr. Fagan : "Only one case here,  that was quarantined Friday."  W, H. Ladnek.  Tho«, E. Ladnbk,  J. A. Kkrr Wilson.  Monday afternoon Dr. Fagan arrived from Victoria and consulted  with the local board of health aud  afterwards visited I. Whitworth's  home on the Slough road, and examining the children decided it  would be as well to quarantine,  which was accordingly done. Besides the case of Wm. Black, there  bas been no others placed under  quarantine.  I  GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY.  Canada's second transcontinental  highway will be built by the Grand  Trunk Railway Company, the undertaking involving the construction of from 2500 to 3000 miles of  traek, and expenditure, including  equipment, stations, bridges, shops,  and other facilities, of from $75,000,-  OOO tO $100,000,000.  The new system will run through  Northern Ontario; Manitoba, via  Winnipeg,; Saskatchewan, Assini-  bow and Alberta to the Peace or  Pine River Pass; then through  British Columbia, making its terminus on the North Pacific coast at  Port Simpson or Bute inlet.  The work will begin as soon as  the necessary legislation can be obtained, and it is expected that five  years after the surveys are completed the big system will be in operation.          The auction sale of the Imperia  farm will be held this afternoon at  2 o'clock in the town hall. Besides  this land there will be offered for  sale 30 acres of timber land and 34  acreeol land. Parties wishing to  purchase farms should attend this  sale as they will get some bargains,  with easy terms of payment  Passed Away Last Evening.     Funeral This  Afternoon.  The announcement of the death  of Wm. Black last night caused universal sorrow and regret through  out the community. It was known  that he was very sick but it was lit  tie thought that he would pass away  He was taken down a few weeks  ago with sore throat which soon de  veloped into diphtheria and fighting  off the worst of the worst of that  dread disease he held on for another  week struggling hard for life but  owing to failure of the heart passed  away last evening at 8.45 o'clock.  The death took place at the residence of D. McKenzie, who with  his family and the assistance of  trained nurses did everything in  their power for him.  The funeral, which will be private will be held this afternoon.  The deceased was about 32 years  of age, aud was born near Guelph,  Ont., where his mother, four sisters, and two brothers reside. He  has also a brother in California, and  his brother' David, who is in Ladner, are left to mourn his early demise. He was of a quiet disposition  and popular with everyone who  knew him.  He took an active part in athletic  circles, his fine figure being familiar to all, and it is hard to realize  that he has passed away. He was  a member of the Canadian Order of  Foresters and  Sons   of  Scotland.  The many friends of the family  extend their sincere sympathy in  this, their dark hour.  WAR GRATUITY.  We notice in an exchange tbe  following paragraph :  "The colonial secretary has sent  out a notice to Canada that the  special war gratuity will be paid to  officers and men who served in the  South African constabulary between  October 10th, 1899, and May 31st,  1902."  It must not be forgotten that Delta had men at the front, and that in  the last battle Percy Devereau lost  his life. We understand that representations have been made to the  war department in his case but no  satisfaction can be obtained. The  municipal council is now going to  take the matter up and endeavor to  secure what is due to the deceased  for the family.  M. J. Henry, the well-known  nurseryman of Vancouver, is the  leader in the province in growing  garden seed. This season he has  already shipped half a ton to one  Toronto firm and 500 lbs to another  firm of the same place. Mr. Henry  is able to supply the demand in the  province and from long experience  with the public they can depend on  getting first-class plants, seeds and  trees from him.  WATER FOR MUD BAY.  An undertaking of considerable  proportions is contemplated by several of the leading property owners  of the Mud Bay section, which will  result in a bountiful supply of fresh  water being brought from the ad  jacent lhills-to the centre ofthe district. The principal movers of the  enterprise are Daniel John-son, reeve  of Surrey, and B. Stevens, who are  making preparations to put Into execution the first part of the undertaking, consisting in laying the  main pipes to bring a two-inch  stream of water from the neighboring mountains, a distance of 10,000  feet.  Mud Bay has long felt the need  of a good water supply, the people  being for the mostjpart compelled to  depend upon rain or resort tolaboi"  ious long distance hauling. The  district is to be congratulated for  such enterprise on the part of its  residents, who are willing at their  own private expense to exploit an  undertaking of such magnitude.  HUNTING AND TRESPASS.  Editor, The Delta News :—  Sir,—As the farmers are hostile to  outside hunters traveling over their  farms, why not put Up a notice on  each forty acres, as the law directs,  with the name attached, then people will know whose land to keep  off.  When hunters come down to the  Delta for a day or two Haunt on some  friend's farm, who has given them  permission to shoot on his land,  how are they going to tell if they  accidently get onto some other persons land unless there is a notice in  sight.  I am quite sure no genuine hunter wishes to make a nuisance of  himself, nor trespass on any fcrbidr  den land, if he c_i find out where  the dead line is.  "Hunter."  Vancouver, Nov. 25th, 1902.  REV. BAER AND SMOKING.  A Methodist layman named Justus E. Williams, who has twice unsuccessfully called the Rev. Mr.  Baer before ecclestical bodies of his  church for smoking in alleged contravention -of connexionaljrules, is  now applying to the civil court before Judge Harrison to obtain an injunction against the exercise of ! is  pastorate by Mr. Baer. Mr. Baer's  defence successfully raised before  the church courts is that under  medical advice, in order to alleviate  painful illness, causing also itiso-  mania, he smokes occasionally in  lieu of taking dangerous drugs, such  as opiates. The church authorities  regared and still apparently regard  the reverend gentleman's defence as  thoroughly satisfactory, and the  general opinion is that the civil authority will decline to interfere  with the decision given by those  immediately concerned with the  regulation of the pastqral services  of the Rev. Mr. Baer and other  Methodist ministers of this province.  SHOULD BE SUPPORTED.  Senator Davis, of Illinois, who  has merited credit for knowing  whereof he speaks has said : Each  year every local newspaper gives  froin $500 to #5000 in free lines for  the benefit of the community in  which it is printed. No other  agency can or will do this. The  editor in proportion to his means  does more for his town than any  other man, and in all fairness he  ought to be supported, not because  you may like or admire what he  writes, but because a good local  newspaper is the best advertisement  a community can have-  Last   Evening  a   Grand  Success,   Large  Attendance.  Tbe -masquerade ball held Hast  evening under the auspices oi the  Canadian Order of Foresters was a  grand success. From an .early hour  the masqueraders commenced to arrive and by 9 o'clock tlie grand  march was in full sway, introducing  all sorts of costumes representing a  little of every thing. The daoeiog  continued until after eleven, -when  the unmasking took place, sod  many were the surprises, as the  dancers and spectators were sure of  ' such and such being so and so/  The floor was in charge of W. *,  Findlay, of Vancouver, who conducted his duties in a. very able  manner, while the music from Har-  pur's orchestra was a treat, both to  dancers and others in attendance.  The town hall was ta«tly decorated for the occasion, flags, bunting,  etc., covering the room very appro.  priately.  Supper was served at Hick's  hotel, and the many choice deleca-  cies with which the tables were  laden, was done justice to by all.  The committee, Messrs. P. Shir.  ley, I. Hume, and W. Wright with  the members of the. order deserve  the highest praise for the manner in  which the dance was conducted  throughout, as it was no doubt one  of the mosf pleasant evenings spent  for some time.  There were many dancers who  wore masks only. The followihg  is as complete a list of the masquer*  ade as could be obtained.  Mesdames R Shirley, colored lady; W Alexander, N A McDiarm'd, The Delta News; L  Hinchcliffc, Japanese lady; R M»y, H O Taylor  Red Cross nurse; V J MacKenzie, B Flmnerfelt,  Vancouver Province; T E Ladner, .green ol  hearts; K Parmiter, Ivy; -^ McCrea, E Fenton,  Turkish girl; W R McClellan, school girl; P  Shirley. Jas Follis, twin babies; Italian pheasant  girl, S Huff.  Misses B Morrison, colored lady; J Thirkle,  1) Davis, Red Cross nurse; M Green, sailor lass;  M AlMson, night; I. Arthur, gypsy girl; B Beadleston, Japanese lady; J* Reid, Italian pheasant  girl.  Messrs C Arthur, courtier; A Noble, princt;  A Arthur, squire; D Oliver, Uncleifi»ir; A Mtr-  rison, highlander; N A McDiarmid, medicine  man; \V R McClellan, dude coon; R Reid, sailor;  W Byrom, Mephistopheles; GS McKenzie, Nf po-  leon; B S McDonald, kahki; P Smith, Irishman;  R Shirley, cossack; W Read, German navy; w H  Smith. W H Wilson, Spanish Bolero; Fred Grot,  Bismarck; T Patterson, C M R; H Mitchell, Henry Eighth; T Shortreed, German count; A Parmiter, Mexican.  DELTA CREAMERY.  At a special meeting of the boaftd  of directors of the Delta Creamery  Co., on Thursday. A communication was read Mr. Abbott, manager  ofthe creamery, stating that he was  now prepared to handle any *uan-  tity of hand separator cream from  the farmers.  After the matter had been thorr  oughly discussed it was moved and  seconded that Mr. Abbott's conv  rounication be received and that  band separator cream be taken on  the following conditions :  That it is.distinctly waderstood  by the parties using hand-or turbine  separators that the cream must be  sweet, clean and free from all taints  and to the satisfaction of Mr. Abbot*  and be delivered _t the creamery  before noon on Monday, Wednesday and Friday of each meek during the winter months, otiher arrangements to be made during the  sunnier months. This crews  Will all be tested by the  Babcock tests which is the  method used at the Delta creamery  and the butter fat in the cream wffl  be paid for at the same rate as the  milk which is at present 25 cents  per pound for the butter faj.  V  __* — fls——■  I  THE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVMEEER 29, 199?.  THE DELTA NEWS  V* RIG.   A..  FRA6ER.  MSxjnrlptluu price, per year In advance, }i-oo  6A*0R»AY,    NOVEMBER   20,   I0O2.  The provincial constable residing  et Westminster, who arrested Lengate a few weeks ago near Ladner,  has received the reward of $250  offered by the United States authorities. There are parties in the  Delta who are no doubt entitled to  a portion of this reward an.d we  Jiave not learned yet whether they  have received their portion or not.  As Thp Delta News understands it,  {he provincial officers receive a salary from the government with expenses when out on duty: but in  this case the municipality is taxed  £11 by the constable for his time  and expenses while arresting the  the man, and then receives the reward. We cannot see why the municipality should not receive the reward as they financed the arrest.  The council should be more careful  in giving presents of this kind  away, and we believe the matter  should be looked into and have a  refund made of the $i i.  The Delta News has no objections  whatever to officers getting what is  coming to them but in this case it  looks too much like a graft.  For first cass Tonsorjal  work go to McClellan5 s  dps, lira, Pits, tic  Try the Nw Cigar " PURtTANOSV'  "I understand," said a handsome  young woman, entering the printing office, "that you employ only  girls and that you are in need of a  forewoman." "Yes," replied the  printer, "can you make up a form ?  "Just look at me and see," she answered, turning herself around.  She was engaged.  It was left for a little Vancouver  girl to invent the latest slang phrase.  She was playing the other day with  her friend Kathleen, and it was not  long before both were quarreling,  and when Kathleen went over in  the corner to sulk she said : "Now,  Kathleen, if you get icy, I'll slide  on you."  CHURCH   NOTICES.  It would be a gpod idea to hold  a public meeting for the purpose of!  selecting a ticket for the coming!  municipal elections, appoint coai-1  mittees tor each ward, and conduct;  the elections on modern methods. |  If the present reeve and councilors  are satisfactory to the committee, all  Well and gpfxl, but anyway have  a definite -understanding in thei  patter.  The question of abolishing the!  wards could be accomplished yet. i  Jf half of the assessed property is;  signed pn the petition, it could be  easily put through at a full sitting of the council cj anyway before the first of the year. This is  a matter of importance and we hope  the property owners will take advantage of the clause in the act and  have the cinch on the wards in  municipalities knocked out.  BAPTIST.  Services will be held Sunday  evening at 7, I. W. Williamson,  pastor.  CATHOLIC  Reverend Father Edm. Peytavin,  O. M. I. Services first and third  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 7:30 o'clock  Thomas Oswald, minister.  ALI, SAINT'S  TRENANT  Service will be held in the evening at  7 o'clock by Rev Bell.  METHODIST.  Services next Lord's Day at 11  a.m. and 7 p.m.  A N   Miller, pustor  at  STAINTONS  Heaters, Farm Implements, picture, Framing  and General  Repairing.    Coal Oil and  Gasoline.  J. F. STAINTON,   -   -   -   -   Ladner, B. C.  TAILORING  Clothes Altered, Cleaned and Repaired.  Parcels left at W. U. Mcl'.ride's store and A. Walker's and W, R. McClellnn's hurber shop will be  called fur on Monday anil returned on Saturday.  O.  VV. WALKER.  There is infinite variety in the  political life of British Columbia.  There is none of the dull, flat-  dreary mopotony which characterises the administration of public  affairs in more staid, decorous and  conventional communities. The influence of our towering mountains  end torrential streams enters the  blood, prises are the spice of our  >}ife.—Victoria Times.  Qne whp claims to speak with  authority for the Martin wing of  the "opposition," says the government "as at present constituted"  will receive np support from that  Contingent. We have our doubts  about that. $Ie would be a clever  fnan indeed who could predict with  precision the diyisipns which will  be made whep the House meets.—  Victoria Times.  Windsor Hotel  Corner Columbia & Begble, Sts.  NKW WESTMINSTER  Sample rooms for commercial travelers. Cen  trally situated in business portion of the city  Accommodation and dining room first class. Convenient to tramway terminus and CPR depot  aud steamboats. Rates $t, $1.25 and $1.50.  A. VACHON,       ....      Proprietor  Hotel Colonial  J. K. IN8LKV, Prop.  Rates, $1.50 and J2.00 per day.  Special  attention given   to Commercial  Travellers.  Cor. McKenzie and Clarkson Sts.  New Westminster, B. C.  Hon. Penis Murphy, of West  Yale, is the new minister to-the  Prior cabinet. He is provincial  ffcretary and minister of education.  Clarington Hotel  South Westminster, B C  Strictly first class accommodation.    Clood stabling.   Careful attention given to horses.  J. WISE, Prop  HOTEL LELAND . .  R. Dowswcll, Prop.  Vancouver, B. 0.  One block from C. P. iv. Depot and Steamboat  wharves. Newly renovated and ro-modellod.  Rates, $1,30 to }2 per day.  Cor. Granville ami lUstingsSta.   -   -   -   TeL 14.  Surrey Hotel,  SOUTH WESTMINSTER, B. C  Mrs. K. George,  PROp|jrETRES».  Newly furnished throughout.   First class accotn  ' modatio'n.   Choice liquors and cigars.  Good stabling jn attendance.  NICK'S HOTEL  LADNER, B. (2.  P. SHIRLEY, Proprietor.  Corporation of Delta  DELTA DYKING AND DRAINAGE SCHEME 1892 BYLAW MO. 3,  . A By-law to provide for preserving:, maintaining:, repairing and keeping £erta In Dyking- and Drainage . Wprks eajfr  structed under and by virtue of the provisions qt the "Delta Dyking and Drainage By-Law, No. i, 1802" of the1 Municipality  Delta. '     . "...  Whereas under the said "Delta Dyking and Drainage By-Ci w, 1892," certain drainage and dyking worka therein meo-  tioned were and are fully made and com pleted and are now being operated in the said Municipality; I  And. whereas, under and by virtue of Section 251 of the "Municipal Act, lS97,"lt is provided that after such worts  are fully made and completed as aforesaid, It shall be the duty of the said Mu nicipality making fuch works to pressf**,  maintain, and keep In repair, the same at the expense ofthe lots, parts of lots, a nd roads, as the case may be, as agree*;  upon, and shown In the By-law when fin ally passed.  And. whereas, under and by virtue of Section 203 of the "Municipal Act, 1837," the Council may pass a By-law to bon  row upon debentures of the said Municipality the funds necessary for the repairs and work required by said Section  261, and shall assess and levy upon the property benefited as a special rate sufficient for the payment of the principal  and Interest of the debentures.  And, whereas, It Is expedient and necessary to preserve, maintain, repair, and keep In repair the laid works at Use  expense cf the lots and parts of lots benefited thereby, and the sum of Three Thousand Two Hundred ((3,2110) Dollars is aeoes  sary and Is required therefor: '  Be It therefore enacted by the said Municipal Council of the Corporation of Delta, pursuant'to the provisions of tke  "Municipal Act, 1897." and amended Acts,  as follows:  *'■'  1, That the Reeve of the said District Municipality may borrow on the credit of the said Corporation of Delta, tke  turn of three thousand two liuudref|(fjjoo)dolsars being the funds necessary for the said works, and may. Issue debentures of _• '  said Corporation to that amount, In sums of not less than $100.00 each, and payable within ten years from .the data  thereof, with interest at the rate of 6 p er cent, per annum, that is to say 1n te n equal annual payments, the first at .  which shall be due and payable 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 Interest.  2. For the purpose of paying the sum ol three thousand two hundred ()3,_o)dollars,b elng the amount to be charged against  the said lands benefited, and which said lands numbered In Schedule A to this by-law audwhich are the lauds numbered and described In  the by-law known as the "Delta  Dyke nnd Drain by-law No. 1, 189a, of the Mu nicipality of Delta," and to cover Interest thereon for ten years at the rat*  of five per centum per annum, the foil owing special rates, over and above all o ther rates, shall fee assessed and levied  In the same manner and at the same time as taxes are levied upon the undermentioned lota and part of Io_, an*  which are the lands mentioned and de scribed In the schedule of assessment In the said "Delta Dyke and Drain By-law,  1902, of the Municipality of Delta," and the amount nf the said spe-'al rates and interest assessed against each lot or part  of lot, respectively, shall be divided Into ten equal parts, and on* such part •hall be assessed and Isrleef as  aforesaid in each year for ten years after the (uial passage 01 this JHy-law, during which the said debentures have  to run  SCHEDULE! "A." •-.'■( •  for    prese rvlng, maintaining and keeping la repair.  Schedule of assessment on certain lands    in    Townships    3    and    4  land reclamation and drainage works for benefit  to   said  Townships:  Nominal Owner of Property  Group  or  township  Section, Quarter Section er  part  of Quarter Section  No  of  Acres  value  of improvement!  Asbury, William   Brown,  Chris   Brown,  Chris   Coulthard, F. J   Coulthard, F. J   Deamer, Thos   Everett, Lyman   Embree,   L.   W   Embree,  George   Embree. George   Ford, H. J ,   Holmes.   J   Huff,   Seymour   Kittson,  It.   E   Kittson. R. E I   Lorhe  Estate   Lome   Estate   Lome   Kstate   Laws, M. G   Magee,  Alex   Morgan, H. R. ti   Morgan, H. R. L   McKee,   D.  A   McKee, D. A   McKee, D. A   McKee,  John   McKee,   Robert   MoKee;   Est.   J   Paterson. T. W   I'ulerson, T. AV   Parersdn, T. W   Rcbinson.   J   Peek.   James   Peppenberger, J   Robertson.   ThoB   Robertson,  Thomas..   ..  'Robertson,  Thos   Smith,   Mrs.  S.  L   Smith.  Est.   S.  L   Smith, Est.  S. L   Smithe.   Wm   Taylor,  A.   DeR   Taylor,  A.  DeR   Taylor,   A.   DeR   Tanker,  Wm   Thompson,   S   Wadhams', Fst. A. E-   Wadhams. Est. A. E   Wir.iums, R. T   Willie _s, R. T   Williams, R. T   Wilson, Thos   Weaver, John   IPt N. E. 1-4 Sec. 35   S. 1-2 S. W. 1-4 Sec. 11 i  NT. E. 1-4 Sec. 34   N. W. pt N. E. 1-4 Sec. 2T   N. pt 8. E. 1-4 Sec. 34   B. pt. N. W. 1-4 Sec. 28   N. 1-2 N. W. 1-4 Sec. 34   N.   W.   1-4  Sec.   36       Pt N. W. 1-4 Sec. 36   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   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 (pt Lot 243)  8. pt. N. E. 1-4 S«\ 1 fpt Lot 243).  W.  pt N. W. 1-4 Sec. SO   S.  E. 1-4 Sec. 2   S.   E. 1-4 Sec.  3   N. E. 1-4 Sac. 3   S. E. 1-4 Sec. 4   N. W. 1-4 Sec. 3   N.  W. 1-4 Sec.  29   B 1-2 Sec. 32   S 1-3 Sec. S3    ...  Pt.   N. E. 1-4 Sec. 2S   S 1-2 S. W. 1-4 Sec. 31   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. 1-4 Sec. 29   Pt S. E. 1-4 Sec. 29   N. 1-2 S. W. 1-4 Sec. 34   W. 1-2 N. E. 1-4 Sec 32   E. 1-2 N. "E. 1-1 Sec. 32   W. pt S. W. 1-4 Sec. 4   S. W; 1-4 Sec. 29   pt N. W, 1-4 Pec. 2   pt N. W. 1-4 Sec. 27   VV. 1-4 Sec. 32   W. 1-4 Sec. 4   1-2 Sec. 6   S. 1-2 Sec. 0   E. pt S. W. 1-4 Sec. 4   S.  W.  1-4 Sec. 2   Totals....      to cover  interest  for loyrs  at 5 per c  143  „  in  »  160  40  so  1110  88  13   '  80  100  160  ISO  80  1120  _0  100  80  160  80  SO  104  160  160  160  160  1«0  160  320  320  104  80  60  80  80  4  80  80  20  80  80  80  42  64  SO  64  160  160  320  320  iu  156  f 144.46  7.18  111.80  7.20  140.00  34.40  62.35  127.90  71.80|  6.65 I  62.35 '  22.50  107.67  1    1»7.68  16.00  4.35  4.-35  2.16  T.17  I      83.25 'I  ^.50 I  3.00(  ..   I anuuul  Total   I assetunt  Special    I for each  assess-     year for  meat. 110 years  J   48.05  37.20  2.30  42.60  24.20  2.35  20.65  7.60  35.83  35.82  5.50  1.65  1.65  85  2.53  27.76 |  50 I  1.00  t w.n 11  9.89 I  149.00 1  9-60 f  vriM-  ■46.09  S3.00  170.50  96.00  fl.00  S3.00  30.00  143.60  143.60  21.50  6.00'  6.00  3.00  9.70  111.00  2.00  4.00  90.25  135.1)  30.25  120.50  44. M)  1SO.00  76.85  25.35  102.50  41.80  14.20  66.00  71.60  24.40:  96.00  41.80  14.20-  66.00  139.75  .46.75 1  186.50  349.50  262.25  87.26  284.25  94.75  379.00  85.90  28.00  114.50  71.12  23.88  95.00  2.40  1.10  3.60  12.55-  4.45  17.00  19.10  6.40  25.50  1.45  55  2.00  69.88  23.42  93.30 |  69.87  23.33  98.20  21.00  15.56  5.50  71.13  23^87  95.00  43.70  58.80  43.70  14.80  58.50  18.80  6.70  26.50  43.65  14.85  58.50  14.40  6.10  19.60  48.30  16.20  04.60  80.75  26.75  107.59  17.90  6.10  24.00  17.90  6.10  24.00  35.75  12.26  48.00  62.95  17.65  70.50  83.95  28,05  112.00  $3200.00  81072.50  $4272.60 |  19,26  98  14.99  96  18.79  4.69  8.10  i  8.39  m  1  •p  m  39  11.19  »  i_es  18.99  10.25  6.00  9.60  6.69  U.6i  3491  87.90  11.46  9.69  35  t-7»  2.55  20  9.33  9.32  2.19  . 9.60  Li  10.T6  t49  149  4.-J0  .■7j95  11:16  ?,. That this By-law shall be published In the "Delta News" newspaper on oe every week for four consecutive weeks  befc,:•» the final passing thereof, and sh all come Into operation: and take effect a even days from the date of Its final  adoption by the Council. ■    ___....  4.   This Ry-la.w mav be cited for all purposes as the "Delta DyUng and Dra lnago Scheme, 1692, Br-I,aw, No. 3.  Provisionally adopted by  the Council on the 12th day of July, 1902. '■ -«  N.  A. MeDIARMID, Cler.k Municipal  Co uncil.  WM.  H.  IJLDNBR,  Roere.'  Roses,  Rhododendrons,   Asanas,  Shade   Trees,  Small l-'ruits.  Greenhouse and bedding out plants, at less than  eastern or foreign prices.  Clean certificate from the inspector.  Garden, Field, and Flower Seeds.   Each verit-ty  tested as to vitality, and at dost- prices.  Peniliiers,   nee  Supplies,   Agricultural  Imple  nients, „c.  New catalogue tells vou all  nbo-.it  it.   Call  and  examine our stock and get our lUt or scna  for It: it will save you money.  Address  M.  J.   HENRY,  jooo Westminster Road,  Vancouver, B. C  Conveniently  situated  and  first class in every particular.  BEST CUISINE SERVICE  B. C. CICjAR FACTORY  B. C-Noted Brand.  PHOENFX—With Eagles.  OLD SPORT—Always Reliable.  B. WILBERG & CO. '  new WEsrmsTsa, b.c.   .  P. O. BOX 661.  Binder Twine, Balling Wire  i-  Cheapest and Best  R. F. ANOERSON A GO  -.  NEW W_n AUN3TBS. B. C.  LADNER, B. C.  \V. ALEXANDER, PROP.  Livery rigs  and  saddle horses for  hire.     Horses bought and sold  on commission.  ^eamingdone on shprt notice*  R Clark  General Blacksmith  Ladner, B. C.  First class  class work  Horsesnoing  a specialty.  »Jm»^jk..j»«..;..»^^.^«^.....^».^.—«v»..j.«-  Advertise in The NEWS  +t++++++if-H-'H-+ttt+t'H'  If you want first class work  SEND YOUR LAUNDRY TO THE  New Method Steam Laundry  NEW  WESTMINSTER,  W. R* McClellan„ Agent, - -        Ladner.  Leave Laundry on Monday and it will be returned on Saturday,  Gents clotbes cleaned and pressed.     Blankets and Curtains a specialty,  -  +*+»f*-H- ♦■!■♦■!■» -I"^-^**** HH-H ♦ •!• »■!■ ♦■!■♦■.■♦ ■j.+.frH'-H'.  1 • ■■-...  Xbe Delta Hews, $1.00  Subscribe for it and bam  one of your own.  i  ■ ■• THE DELTA NEWS, SATURDAY. NOVEMTif.R 2j, 1932.  CORRESPONDENCE.  A FEW REMARKS.  Editor, Dklta News, Sir : I  .see in your last issue that you are  calling the electors attention to the  annual election. In every munici-  I pality I have seen (excepting the  Delta) in England, Scotland, Ireland, America, and Canada, the  taxes have been spent through the  road foreman on white labor only  on the roads. But here I have had  to witness the sad sight of being  tht only white maa working with  eleven chinamen, and a tyrant  brandishing a broken fence rail and  using the most vulgar and profane  language. I have also seen respectable white men leave this municipality rather than work under this  vulgar tyrant, and I assure you 1  wojuld rather leave here than work  another day under this oppressor.  As the other municipalities get  aloaig with white men only working  on the roads, I beg to suggest that  tht electors request that all candidates at next election to employ  Wjhitt men only on th_ roads instead  pf this despot and hU Chinamen.  J. Aiaison.  balance of i 1-2 cents per ;(iah ;pn .a  pack of 2,933,429 fish, -which <the'  fishermen claim is due them under  -their agreement with the canners.  It will be remembered that the canners paid of at the rate of 16 i-i  cents, while the men claim they are  entitled to 18 cents.  READING   ROOM.  Editob. of T_»j New».—Would  you kindly give me space for a few  #nes in your paper regarding the  ^Mechanic's Institute and reading  ffiotn. There has been many complaints made to the executive about  allowing children in the room, as  £hey have at times been very disrespectful to gentlemen who find the  room of great advantage. These  boys enjoy going in to play checkers but never think of replacing the  checkers in {the box but leave then  lying around the table and floor, so  at a meeting of the executive it was  decided to ask the parents to forbid  iheir children going into the read  png room unless they can accompany them. Thanking you in anticipation,  Yo#rs truly,  I, W. WlLLIAMSOJI.  NEW COMMAND.  Lt.-Col. Worsnop, of Vancouver,  Saturday resigned the command of  the Sixth Duke of Connaught's  Own Rifles, and that office was assumed by Major Whyjx, warden of  the New Westminster Penitentiary.  Companies A afld B of the regiment  are located in New Westminster,  And Companies C, D, E, and F, ic  this city.  7*t.-Col.. Worsnop's connection  With the militia does not cease, for  be is placed on the reserve of  officers with the rank of Lieutenant-  Colonel. His resignation was called  for because of the fact that his five-  year term as commanding officer  bas expired, and the regulations of  the Militia Department require a  a transfer of command in all such  leases.       ^  THE FIRST CREAMERY,  < So far as known the creamery  •ystem of butter making originated  in the United States. The first  creamery was built in Orange  county, N, Y., in the year 1864,  and received daily the milk from  375 cows. In Illinois the first  Cheese factory was started in 1867.  In low* these events took place in  1866 and 1871, respectively. The  early cheese factories and creameries were Fuiejy co-operative concerns, and It is in this form that the  System has usually extended into  pew territory whether for the production of butter or cheese.—United  sttates Census Bulletin.  FISHERMEN SUE.  Suit has been instituted in the  Supreme Court by. Robert p..Mac-  kie, ou behalf ofthe Fisherman's  Union, against th# B. C. Packers  Association, ft fmWST $44.o°i, .»  KENDALL—WOODLEY.  The marriage of Dr. Arthur L.  Kendall, Cloverdale, and Miss Vina  Woodley, eldest daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. J._rc Woodley, was quiet  ly celebrated at the home of the  bride's parents in Moosejaw, N. W.  T., on Thursday last.  The ceremony, which was witnessed by but a few immediate  friends, was performed by Rev. Mr.  McDerejrid, pastor of the Moosejaw  Baptist church. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Jessie  Woodley, and Mr. Henry Y. Smith,  B. Sc. of Clarence, Ont., was best  man.  Dr. Kendall arrived from the east  on Sunday, and went out to Cloverdale Monday, and Mrs. Kendall,  who is just convalescent from a se-  vete attack of typhoid (ever, ii expected in about a month. The  bride is a sisteV of Dr, Woodley, of  Ladner,  Auction   Sale  -OF-  The am«teur photographer,  Your likeness oft displays,  With ail your imperfections plain  To every passing gaze.  Perhaps his victim would not run  In terror from the spot,  If he would say, "Look pleasant  please,"  Before he takes a shot.  WHY EDITORS GET RICH.  The editor of an exchange, who  evidently fails to see where being a  "good fellow " puts any meat on  his bono* takes a squfcnt at people as  you find them and remarks:  '■'After a great deal of study and  •worry we have at last "figgered "  .out why so many country editors  get rich. Here is the secret of success. A <_iild is born in the neighborhood ; the attending physician  gets $10, the editor gives the loud-  lung youngster and the 'happy parents' a send off and gets $0. It is  christened and the minister gets $5  and the editor gets jfoo. It grows  up and marries ; the editor publishes  another long-winded flowery article  and tells a dozen lies abopt the  'beautiful and accomplished bride.'  The minister gets $10 and a piece  of cake, and the editor gets $000.  In the course of time he dies, and  the doctor gets from $5 to $ioo, the  minister gets another $5, the upder-  taker gets from $50 to $300, the editor publishes a notice of his death  and'an obituary two columns long,  lodge and society resolutions, a lot  of poetry and a free card of thanks  and gets $0000. Is it any wonder  that so many editors .jet rich ?  NOTICE OF  Sale by Auction  8 Dairy Cows  Mr. HL N. Rich has received instructions from Mr. R. McKee, to  sell by auction at  Anderson Farm, on  MONDAY, DECEMBER ist, 1902  immediately after Mr. Walter's effects: 8 Dairy Cows due to calve  in February and March next.  We have just received a new  lot of Ledgers, Journals, Cash  Books, etc., made up in many  different kinds of rnlinga. 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 sjrre.t,   -   !»HW WKIVrsHWeTWl.B.e.'  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 Mare with foal at loot; 1  bay or brown horse; 1 bay horse 7  years old ; 1 bay colt 4 years old ;  1 bay colt rising 2 years; 1 Massey  Harris wide open binder; 1 Massey Harris mower 5^ foot cut; 1  Massey Harris sejf 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; 1 No. 9  cook stove ; kitchen utensels, etc.  Tkrms Cash. .      H. N. RICH,  Auctioneer.  In Ihe Delta Municipality  and Lots In tho Village  of Ladner.  /Ir. H. N. Rich will sell by Auction at the Town Hall, Ladner,  SATURDAY, NOV. 29th  850 ACRES DELTA LANDS  now known a.1 the "Imperial Farm," s'tuute  hi Township 5, New Westminster District,  described as north east quarter of Section 10;  ■outh west quarter of Section 15, north half of  south east quarter of Section 15; the north half  of south west quarter of Section 15; north half  of Secriou 15; timber lots 3 nnd 4 Section 15;  ■outh portion of Section 12, an island in the  Fraser River clo.ic to ladner, known as Lot 452;  and 6 lots with residence in the town of Ladner.  THE ABOVE, FARM LANDS will be offered in  lots to suit those desiring Urge or small holdings and will be sold on the following terms if  desired: 20 per cent cash aud balance on mortgage at five per cent, per annum with five per  cent, of principal payable annually.  THESK LANDS ARK DRAINED AND FENCED  in a good state of cultivation aud have abundant supply ofgpod water, nnd to parties requir.  ing Grain, Dairy or Stock Fa.ms, presents an  opportunity rarely to be met with to acquire  first class properties on such favorable terms,  and are offered for sale to close up the estate of  the late Mr. Thos. McNeely,  FULL PARTICULARS nnd plans *nny be  obtained from the Auctioneer, Ladner p. 0.  AUCTION SALE   OF  .  I will sell by auction at the.Town  Hall, Ladner, on Saturday 29th,  November, immediately after the  sale of the McNeely Estate properties. Timber Lot No. 1, in Section  15, Delta Munibipality, New Westminster District.  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 can be  easily cleared and drained.  FOR s|iE.  Ten choice uiilk cows, pick of  fourteen. Also one registered Ayrshire bull calf.  W. H. LADNER,  LADNEK, 13. Cv  t    Delta Transfer Stable  J LADNER, B. C.  SINGLE .AND DOUBLE RIGS AND SADDLE HORSES  iON SHORT NOTICE  Team Work Bono at Specially Low PHoee.  JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor,  4- Telephone "Ladner" No. 10.  KEEP YOUR EYE  ON  THIS SPACE  FOR  I  9  'XMAS GOODS i  :  e  9  Magic Spice.  The JVfaglc Animal Spice and tbe Magic Poultry Sjace nude by Jfee  Magic Spice Co., Vancouver, are composed of the very best veg«j_hj«  drugs known. They give genuine satisfaction in building np horaet  and cattle and producing milk.   Eggs 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,     -    -    PROP.  G. T. Baher  Age»t for  Ladser, B. C,  A fall stock of Buggies, Carriages always SB  hand.   Repairing of all descriptions.  •W.   N.  DRAPER,  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Room 1, Kllard Block, New Westminster, B..C  To Intelligent Business  Men and Fanners:  Insure your Stocks, Houees 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. McLeod,  DISTRICT AGENT.  Office: Sure Block, Columbia street,  'Phone 62.       New Westminster  .^^~+$+~y~A~A-~A+-A'»-A*-A-*~>  I  A  I mu mo a WATERS   A  :-:  B. c.  \  J. HENLEY   I  f \  A   NEW WESTMINSTER,    '-■   "   '"    A  A Manufacturers of ay kinds ot  X Soda Water, Ginger *]  j.    Ale and Summer  \ Drinks.  *t*  \       Your patronage solicited  ■».$ ■ l|i s + sQ s <■■»■<»»">> "ft" ♦ «♦•»♦  uapipoj:  wpura siappel p«* »>»0 •i»nu«_  ssbp jsju ni »aop ^io_\, •s.duoj  pnajsnoD    oj    ussps*   tnawjaoo  •Sai_ra_ 3ji_v »3b<i  IlBOUSmV P«B   UBtpBOBO joj iiimSv  'aavA\ d t  C. P. N. Co.  TIME TABLE  NKW     WESTMINSTEB-STKVBSTOHJ  ROUTK.  Steamer  Transfer,   leaves  New  Wetrtr  minstkr at 2 p.m . daily, except,  Siirrdny. Leaves Steveston Monday, 7 a.m., Friday 6 n.m. Saturday, Tuesday, 'Wednesday, Thursday, 4i p.m., tailing at Frasor JUv-  «r landings detween New AW.i_ujn-  sler and S<evesA_i.  VICTORIA NEW WEST_J»(8f_»  ROOTfl,  S.S.   Princess   Louisa  leaves Viotorie  Tuesdays   and Fridays   at 7   a.m.  Leaves   New   Westminster   Wednesdays   and   Saturdays at 7   a. _.',  calling  at liayne,   Steveston  ami  Guichon.  NEW WESTMINSTER-OHILLIWAOK  ROUTE.  S.S, Beaver leaves New Westminster  Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8 a.m. Leaves Chilliwack  Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m., oalling at Fraser  River landings between N^tw  Westminster awl Chil%!apk.  VICTORIA-VANCOUVER POUTJB.  ,S,S. Charmer leases Vict^a daily *£  1 a.m.    S.S. Charmer leaves Vancouver daily a* 1:15 p.m.  All   steamers   from   Vancouver   J9»j|  trpm C.P.R. wharf.    The Company reserves   the   right    of   changing   time  table at  any  time   without   £ioti_sa-  tlon. .  For full particulars as to time,  rates, etc., apply to nearest agent, of  to  JAMES SCLATER,  Vancouver   Depot   and   423   Hastings  street, o,r to  J. W. TROOP, E. J. COYLE,  Manager, Asst. Gen. Pass Agt.  Victoria. Vaneo-ver.  Across America.  A solid vwtibided tjcain daily "M  each direction.  leaves Wstmjmster, 10 a.m. ftxftj  Arrives Westminster by 2:30 pjn,  ferry. ■   ,  Finest equipment in the west.  Fastest time to Kootenay and t_t  east. Tickets on sale to all poiate  iinS«Tope.  D. P. SANDBRSON, Agent  KSW    W_STiK3T_t; ». C.  ^_^«>^^a>_^_^^^i^»_^«a>^»_S>  The Delta News  One Dollar a Year  US? a>l«V»j/%%Sa<%»viMt(t)i THE BELTA NBWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER a9, 1902,  -  BIRTHS,  Gnldinich,—At ladner, on SaV  prday, 39th, to the wife of J, Guid-  inich, a son,  LOCAL  NEWS,  Councilor J, B. Burr spent a few  days at Vancouver this week,  A notice concerping a strayed  aheep ia inserted in this issue,  Mrs, Hinchcjiffe, of Vancouver,  is visiting with Mrs, T. E, Ladner,  D. Dove, of Sunbsiry, was in  Ladner on Thursday, on a business  trip,  Rev, R, Ltnnie will preach in the  Baptist church on Sunday evening  at 7 o'olock,  Mrs, Lasseter, who has been ill  with an attack of pleurisy, is now  convalescing.  A business meeting of the W. C  T. U. will be held in the Methodist  church on Tuesday, 2nd.  The annual meeting and election  pf officers of the Ladner Cornet  Band will be held on Monday evening,  The meeting of the I. O, O. F.  will be held on Monday evening  hereafter, being changed from  Saturday.  Misses B. Carrs and K. Burpee  left for Vancouver this morning,  where they will stay until the school  opens again.  The Guild of the  Presbyterian  • church will be held at the residence  of Mrs. H. D. Benson on Wednesday at 11 a. m.  The Yosemite has taken the Victoria'Westminster run for a while,  the Princess Lonise going on the  Vancouver run,  Paul Swenson, manager of the  B. A. Cannery at Canoe Pass, left  this week for Montreal and will  take a trip to his old home in Sweden before returning.  ,  Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Helmer, of  Blaine, Wash., have returned  home after visiting with Mr. Hel-  tner's parents and friends at Gulf-  aide for a couple of weeks.  R. J. A- Lloyd aad J, C. Tyrrell  arrived from Vancouver Thursday  afternoon, Mr, Lloyd is now in  charge of the railway work in construction in the Delta. His many  friends congratulate him on his well  earned promotion. Mr. Tyneljwill  remain a short time on a hunting  trip,  THE CANDIDATE.  Oh, do not trust the glittering folk,  Who makes this life seem alia joke  For oft their jesting ways conceal  Intents 'twere mornful to conceal.  Tbe moth, it seems a guady thing,  It flatters by on gaudy wing ;  And yet this treacherous beast alack,  Will eat the clothes right off your  back!  Cedar Posts at 4 cents each, and  Alder Wood at $1.25 per cord in  the woods.   Cash on delivery.  41-2 Geo. Paddon.  STRAYED  Strayed on to my premises about  November    ist.   1902,  one sheep.  Owner can have same by proving  property and paying expenses.  Aujx. Davie.  TOWN HALL, LADNER  The farcical Comedy, in tour acts  entitled  1 HI li"  will be presented by the  f  -ON-  foil wy it. me  Admission 35 ctB; children 25 cts.  Overture by the Orchestra of ihe  Ladner Cornet Band at 8 o'o'ock.  Curtain rises at 8:15 sharp.  Carriages 10:30.  Watchmaker  and Jeweler  LADNER, B. C.  A full stock of high grade  Jewelery, Watches, and Clocks  Repairing a specialty. If you have  any work leave it with me and I  will guarantee satisfaction.  »*M*O<>$e***«af>e„*.?M4ft»##0«>_»*_Vft>  Sweet Cider  PURE  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.  h. Mcdowell,  LADNER, B. C.  W. Walters and wife will leave  ibortly, to take up their residence  in Oregon. Mr. Walters has been  connected with the Ladner band for  some tioie and will be missed in its  circle,  John Muir, organiser of the Canadian Order of Foresters, paid a vis-  It to the local lodge on Thursday  evening and attended the masquerade ball last night under the auspices ofthe order.  John Oliver, M. p, P., held several meetings through the district  the past week. Mr. Oliver expects  to go to West Yale shortly, to take  part in the campaign against Hon,  penis Murphy,  Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Howay and  Miss Bain and Miss McLellan, arrived on yesterday's boat to attend  the family gathering, in honor of  the 77th birthday of W, H. Ladner,  reeve of Delta municipality.  Tenders will be called shortly for  the work of completion of tbe River  road. Thos. Gifford, member for  Westminster, returned from Victoria this week and stated that the  government would go ahead without fail,  The Excelsior Dramatic Society  «rill present to the public in the  town hall PU Friday evening, Dec,  12th, the laughable farce in four  acts, entitled "A Crazy Idea."  This is the first entertainment ot the  season and before spring others  •»})} be put on, The funds frill be  used to purchase property a' d out  fits for the society, and the balance  will" go towards some worthy object  {0 be decided upon shortly.  Chloride of Lime.  Little's Soluble Phenyle.  Mcpougall's Fluid  Carbolic.  Carbolic Disinfecting Powder, together with all forms of  disinfectants for sale.  Xmas Cards now in stock and  a large supply of  iS  ROBERT MAY;  Ladner,    -    B. C.    !  Groceries!  StGiies. Groniteware, Tinwaie, etc  TN .SMITHING  * and REPAIRING;  ' Henters lined and stoves set up.'  * Agonl for  \ Tbe   Gurney Foundry   Coy's.  * Oxford Stoves and Ranges.  }       The best on the market.  t  Gum Bootm  We have more Gum Boots in stock than any other store in the city  In order to reduce our stock we well Sell for 30 Days  Man's Snag Proof Gum Boots at $5 and $5.50  Regular Pries SI.73 and »6.2S  We also have large sizes in Hip-Boots that we are selling at $4.50.  W.E.SINCLAIR, I  INSURE YOUR PROPERTY   with   #> «/. Hart <* Co.  New Westminster, B. G.  nn Bag  • -  0  9  BOOTS  &  SHOES  FOR  BARGAINS  W    THESE     GOODS  CALL ON  DRYGOODS  GENT'S  FURNISHINGS  W. L HcBPIDC  i  -•  I  PORT GUICHON, B, C-  Phonk 5  f     CHOICE  COMB   AND  INSPECT  THESE   GOODS  GUARANTEED  BEST  BRANDS OF*  FLOUR  SATISFACTION  ^GROCERIES  •  9 _  &«e*«*0«9*9*0*3»9*9»J*«a)*«*«*0e«9s»***«*««««>#  •fr-H-H-H-f+♦•!■ ♦ ■!■ ♦ ■!• ♦ •!•♦*♦*♦ +*♦ >H ■!'♦■!■ f '1-»■.' ♦ 1 ♦ ■!■ 1 ■!■ 1 ■!■ H_'  A NEW LINE OF  LADIES BLOUSES        LADIES SAILORS  t     LADIES SKIRTS LADIES WHITE UNDERWEAR  I AND STAPLE DRYGOODS  $   FRESH :-: GROCERIES x EVERY :-: WEEK  I   ty.3.fiutcberson's  Save your time  Save your money  DEAL RIGHT HERE.  ■___________!  E  1  if  3!  1  ■i  1  Grocery Snaps  Flaked Peas      )     «fx     x      Do^pf  Flaked Beans     $     1U  cls»*  rdCKCl   ■  Regular price 20 cts. Packet.  Canned Peas and Beans, 3 tins for 25 cts.  "       Corn 10 cts. Tin  8 Tins assorted Peas and Beans  4    "    Corn  for$l  Fresh Cleaned Currants in 1 pound  cartoons 3 pkts for 25 cts  Fresh Seeded Raisins in 12 oz. cartoons,  3 pkts for 25 cents, in lib. cartoons 10 cts.  Lemon and Orange Peel 15 cts lb.  Citron Peel 20 cts lb.  MARSHALL SMITH  _«Mh*'X''»'X'tt'tt'X'X'tt"  ■ » s) ■ s) ■ + ■ ♦ ■ ♦ ' <■ ■ <■■' A-~&~A~    »'♦'■♦"  The Leading Insuranoe Agenoy  -   Money to Loan*   ~  Special this week:  Mens Fancy Vests worth $4 now $2.00  ____—_—_—  Mens Pure Lambs Wool Unshrinkable Underwear  $2.75 worth $3.50  J. E. PHILLIPS  709-711 Columbia Street   ;-;     New WM__i_sfc«r,  I,;-»mS»»4h».;««h>.mfr++<f&*">*fr+4~ —»'»"'>»'>'»'»'»*»»'< 1 |ns I


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