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Vol. 2. No. 40.
LADNER, B. C, SATURDAY, AlOUS    12, 1905.
SLOO jea
Royal Purple S!ioes
Point Rokrts.
Walking a Joy.
A youtbflil and springy g-ait results from the constant wearing of
"Royal Purple" Shoes. ^1 the new lasts are now in stock. Oxfords
and Boots all at the one price���$3.50 stamped on sole.
15 Cases New Shoes just marked off and ready for your inspection
The "Megiir Shoe for men is a beauty, with new "viscolized" wa-terproof
Children's Fancy Shoes and Strap Slippers.
This Store is Headquarters for  High  Grade  Shoes.
iO per oent* off the balance of our Summer Waists
The salmon continue to run ancl
the G. & B. C >. now have 40 000
cases up.
I,. H. Pike went to Orcas Island
the flrst of the week to visit his
family, he will be back Tuesday. '
The   usual   -hop   on    Saturday
'Welcome to
Tkir Psstor
Tuesday    afternoon,    a   colored * On Wednesday evening last there
gen-Ueman,   named   Jack   O'Brien,;     L*H. Pike went to Orcas Island was a v leasa,it  lirae t in
havlhigfrom  Colorado, U.S.A., ac-! the flrst of  the  week  to visit his
.. f-���:i.. v.. ���:ii k_k.j. r. .j...   .   ". Andrew s Presbyterian Church,
cidentallr fell into the Frarer from, faui,1>' be will be back Tuesday. *
., , .. , ��� ,��; .   . -.        ,      whe 1 the congregation  tendered a
the rear ofthe cattle corrall near,    The   usual   -hop   on   Saturday
the   Council   Chamber,   and    was Light, though not  very  largeiy at.; ^arty welcoin, to their new pastor,
drowned. tended, was very much  enjoyed by ! Rev- A- McAule;., wife and family.
Deceased  was r.een   bv   two or ��fl, j    J. A. P iterson ac'.el as chairman
three different parties proceeding in      rM u nMrm nf A.wi.  ;. i��� i and-  a*"*"  briefiy  explaining   the
that directwn, and but a few minutes later heard a splash. Assistance was promptly on the spot but
deceased did not rise to the surface
until the body was brought up by
dragging about half an hour later.
Geo. H. George, of Astoria, is in
town; he will remain for a day or
two looking over his fishing interests here.
On  Saturday   evening,   August
I 19th next, there will be a masquer-
  ! ade ball in  the Club Hall.    Lady
i maskers free;   geuts,   $1 ;  spceta*
On  Wednesday morning, 'Coron-, torSi   soc.   Masks for safc at   the
er King assembled the   following door.    Cone aad wave ai igood time
jurymen to investigate the matter. I wjth*us.
H. J. Hutcherson  (Toreman),  Jno.
.Reagh,  J.  McCallan,  Robt.   May,
J. F. Stainton and John MacKenzie.
Crockery and Glassware
We offer a large and well assorted stock. * Call and iiafpect -our
Stock when wanting anything in this Una.
Sunlight Soap.
We offer 25 boxes at 20 per cent, less ttran the reguW price.
$4.75 per boor or 5c bar in less quantities.
Fruit Jars.
Pints, Quarts and 1/&-G-aUons-~Mason and Orown.
Jelly Glasses.
Pull Size, 6Cc per d02en.
Gran Sugar for Preservings
Lake of the Woods and OgiMe Flour.
You Save Money Here.
Marshall  Smith
Police Court.
Mrs. Andrew Brown, of Sunbury,
visited the Royal City this week.
The fc .lowing* cases were up a
the Police Court this week:
John Murphy charged with bei; g
drunk and incapable, fined $5.
John Kelly, charged with stealing
6��ai- Delta Hotel, committed t-a
common jail for thirty days with
hard labor.
' A china mui charged wtih sup-,
plying Indians with liquor. Fined
$25 aud costs; fin.* -aid.
The gang of toughs have also
been routed out during tlie week
w iich adds mach to the peace -of
the commuaity.
Mrs. J. Mcl,;od and family left,
on Wednesday, for Vancouver,
where she will -reside ia future.
Miss Hutscherson aud Miss Olga
Kirkland returne 1 home Thursday,
from a visit to New Westminster.
Mrs. J. P.   McPierton returned
to-day from Vancoufer, accompan
sal by her *_tiece,  Miss Wade, at
<���_.��,���_>����_l��l����_, 'CoWe. 'Cholera md
VMmBerMtn 9 Dim-hoea Remedy.
Jte-crlr-U-, jfljjritaow. -ttJm_/ nor Urn.
The Columbian, ot the 10th inst.,
states that no one attempted to
rescue the unfortunate negro who
was drowned here on Tuesday last.
This statement is utterly incorrec-U
N. A. McDiarmid, Ror Barber aid
A. WsBbsr were <*n the spot an*
attemptrtii a rescue . within a few-
seconds of the accident.
Tke vnsfiatlBivWle pwn -caused by
���a boil situate in au unmentionable
portion of the printer's anatomy, is
responsible for tbe lateness of this
On Tue.sd.qr last the tranquility
of Delta-sweet was slightly disturb-,
ed by a -sodden .desire ou the "part
������f a ChwiaMiBi's -horse to strike out
(or himself. We left the wagon be*
hind bift Vis Tun was -very short
and only a tew repairs to tbe harness were necessary.
N. A. McDiarmid was
witness sworn, and said he saw deceased on the wharf about 3:30 p.
m.; lie was uader the soifl-uenoe of
���jjrquor. WhU* sitiing at his desk
he heard a splas'i and going out
to investigate sa.v a man's hat float-
ing on the witer. -Deceased never
Jos. Harris, sworn, said deceased
had worked for hia baying and ap-
-parently was a respectable man.
. Louis Tamboline, sworn, said deceased had worked for bim; was a
ptetty good man and quiet.
Roy Bather; sworn, said he saw
deceased between three and four
o'clock walking across "the whart. |
Saw bim also aboa* 9 a.m. In the
-afternoon he was gei��g tw*w*i*d 'the
front of the wharf under the influence of liquor. Did not* bear him
using any abusive language. A bo it.
five minutes later be heard alarm of
man overboard. Got a boat and
found body about 15 or .�� feet from
where he fell iu.
A. Huff, sworn, said be la*.t saw
deceased in the saloon during the
aiternoon. First saw him iu the
saloon at the Delta Hotel. Deceased came ia alone,; could not
swear that he was under tbe influence of liquor nor that he took a
drink. He was probably talking to
the bartender. Could not say that
be was railing against religions or
Canadians. .Did not *hi��k lhat if
he had been sober he would bawe
made -use of expressions such as he
did. Saw blm standing at the bar
but did not see him drinking. Saw
him go out and about five minutes!
later the alarm was given ot man
overHraard. 1
Dan Kenay��� sworn, -sauk: Recog- \
nized deceased; saw him come into]
tbe baT (Guichon'' and buy a drink'
of whiskey.; left again ��b��u>t 11 a.
m., was swearing whaa ihe left. Did j
not see which way he went. Came I
in afoeu*t to a.m. and left about 11'j
a.m. Took onty <one driuk. LVj
iug abusive language and refused I
hiu drink. Had had seme liquor
before he cam* in. "Considered a
man had had too nwdk when ihe
hecatne abusive.
Arthur Roberts, sworn, said: Faw
deceased flrst about two weeks agoj
at the fce-tei. Was .-at -the bar -and
drinking. Saw him again on Tuesday moraitig last between 9 and 10
o'clock, ihe was then -sober. Came
into the bar alone, "ja'iet and ap-
Iparcrftly parfedtly sober. 3Se weut
away font did not knew where he
went. Came badk -again 'between
1 and �� o'clock iin tihe afternoon.
GauM not swesr whether he was
dTtrrikor uot. Had ouly two drinks
that day. Would not swear that he
sdid .not buj' mare .than #ne drink in
The str. Ilwaco ���wiT.  rtu three
times a week to the Point���Tues-
th    first I ^ay' Thurs<*a-V an^ Saturday.   The
steamer leaving here aU 1 p.m. on
mail days tor Blaine .and Bellingham. We (cam already notice the
increase in the travel since she went
on the run.
the afternoon. It was all he remembered giving him. Could uot
swear thatt be took a drink of any
kind at 3 oModk in the aiternoon.
The evidehce'beiug all in the jun
retired for <:aasultatioa. After a
short consultation the jury return
ed a verdict of "Accideutalh
drowned.*- no or.e culpable.'*'
��n Wednesday nrartihig last' al
St. Andrew's -Presbyterian Chureh,
New Westminster, Miss E!:'/.abetli
Edmondston, youngest daughter ol
the late David Charles Ed mon sion,
et Baltasound, Shetland Islands,
���was united in tbe holy bonds o.
mairimon-y to 3'ohn William Picho;;
I reason for the  gathering anil tea-
. dering, on behalf of the congrega-
j lion, a hearty  welcome  to the reverend gentleman aud   his family to
this charge he called upon
Rev. J. F. Beits, who sai;l he felt
iheresponsibility of seniority weighing heavily upon him���he believed
he had been all of six weeks longer here than Mr. McAuley ��� to
whom he wished every sbccessiu
his mission here.
Rev. Car.ctn Hilton was next invited to the front, and said it gave
him great treasure to take this
his first opportunity of addressing a
Presbyterian audience, and, alter a
few complimentary remark-;, extended a hearty welcome to Mr.
McAuley and family..
Rev. A. NfcAmtey tfihen addTessell
the audience in a.very pleasant and
happy .maimer, expressing tiie hope
thalt, rn doing his" dttfty here, much
geod will lie aocemplished. Mr.
McAuley sa^id lha;t 'ihe reports of
the bountiful .reps of this country.
heard in the East, had not been exaggerated in sthefteast, in so far as
he bad see*,, anil 'he wished to return the thanks of his wife and
i family and iSmicrll far theigenerous
I call to this'beautiful, country.
The chairman then announced
that refreshments were on hand,.in
the form of ice-cream and cake to
which ample justice was done, aud
during which time Rev. Mr. Me*
Auley and his family embraced the
i opportunity ef making themselves
j acquainted in fheir warm-hearted
Mason,   who irecently   removed to
Kamloops, 'by  Rev. J. S. Hender-1 Nova Scotian style.
son.    The  bride  wa-; attended by j	
Mrs.     John    McKee    while    Dr. j    The pubHc schoois wia ope��� M
Holmes, of .New Westminster, acted   as best -man.   Mr.  and   Mrs.
Mason left immediately for Vancou-
i Monday next, 14th iust.
yer en route for Victoria where
they will spend their honeymoon,
after which they will take up their
residence near Kamloops.
S. Stalker,  of W-a��fcerton,
is visiting at Alex. "Davie's.
T. W. Welsh went over to Vancouver yesterday via Steveston.
The marriage also took place at      Mrs. J. F. Stainton and family re*>
Bellingli.ini, Wash., on July   25th turned, to-dey,ifrom camping at the
ilast,  of Msiss Edna Smith, late of Bay.
-Delta but wow of Bellingham, to!
Joseph Donovan, of Tnkwfila, King
County- Wish.
Rev. J. A. Eutilou, ef Nanaimo,
will r-!*ea?h iin the Baptist Church
"Messrs. Fred (Lyons. A. Clausen,
W. J. iLanniiTg, E. L. Kirkland,
Johnny und Lronard Kirklaud returned from a very snccessml fishing trip to the Nicamekl 011 Thursday, the 3rd "inst., >with ^bout 175
fair-sized tJoitt.
Dr. Woodley paid a visit to Vancouver during the .week land reports Mrs. Woodley as improving
Miss   Frances    Mason,   "Mcotftl
 ' daughter of J. S. Mason,  of Gui'f*
���.    _,     . o__. j-.   i-    . i side, as laid sup with typhoid feves,
The Band t*^and -received its final 1     ,,,       ,    ^     ������ ���   .. ?.
and though-very ill lS'doing-as well
as can be expected.
touches, yesterday, and lias a really
smart appearance. 'It is perfectly
in order for the -Ccmncil to donate
or leam one of those gasoline street
lights which are bkiij idle, to iilu-
Miss Cae-ns, of��GuItside, left yesterday for Vancouver, where she
ttninatethe iftand fe." band concerts.! will-undertribethe duties <o"f iprti*ha**
  J tioner for a   trained   mtrr.e.   Her
friends -wish her every success.
(nfarmation 'has been received of
j the death at Yellow'Grass, Assa., 1 "
of Mirs. Miller's iiither.-also of the Raw,irig is tibout over .and tlie
j-serieusiiUness <fi .litite Grace since, grain harvest has well'begun.- lllhe
jttibe "removal of Rov. A. N-. AHller i first -shipmeiftB of new oats c��__-
,to Enderby. The symptthv of| menced to arrive on Weduesflay
j their many friends goes out to them 1 -sml  contiuwed iu a steady stneaut
in tlieir hour of tniaL j ever --Ji-iv-A. ilii. DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY AUGUST 12, 190**.
sat ���5" ���
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the: delta times.
Published evk.***.* f'\ti:i;dav.
Subscription-, $lXy-> per year.
fl Tramp's Lecture.
A tramp asked   for a drink in a
I saloon,    The requeii was granted,
and when in the act of drinking the
Casual Advertisement., io c-. rt* per line fui
l_,efirsliii9.rt'on.|..Kil.ceiils|,..   Iin.  KM ';acli L. ���       - ,  i . f tufi ,-oun,s
subneqileut  iimertioil.     The    Dumber   ill   Inns    prOliert   I   lje\ erage OU- OI   IUC   vumig
jscjeouedbythe spi.ee ooco^ea, ..line* Co u.e present eidairnVd.
incu. 1
Hnes |or Commercial AdvcrtisemeuU can be      '"Stop! make 11*; a   speech,     lt IS
had Oil slpplk'SSLvU .Li this ortis:-.- ,
F ��� poor  liquor  that  doesn i  loosen a
Reading notices 10 cents per line lor eacli in-   '
���ertiou. i man's tossgue."
Birth and Death notices, 50c., Marriages|i.m.    i       T])e     l!an)])     'l;lstilv     swallowed
Auy special notice, the object ol wliich is to .      ]
pronote the pecuniary benefit ut any iudividvml : down   tile   drill):, aud   as   the   r.ch !
r companv, to be considered au BCtvertlaemeul 1    ._ 1     1 ���     1 ;       1 I
A.  O. U.   VV.
Delta Lodge, No. 12 macts first
and third Tuesdays of each month
rtn13adfellows' Hall.
\V. C. Pybus, M.W.
! Geo. R. Manley, Recorder.
and charged accordingly.
All advertisements charge
.Out slid paid for.
Correspondence invited on matters of public
interest. Communications to editor must be accompanied by name uf writer, not luceKfiuriU
lor publication, but as evidence ai giod faith
^orrespoiulcuce must reach this ufiict. by Thurs*
sissy kvesnlui.
Geo. R. Manley,
S.-VTUUDAY,   AUG.'.-."    13,    IQO.v
I 0.0 F.
Delta Lodge, No. il.���The regit-
j Inr meetings of this Lodge are held
j every   Wednesday  evening at 8 p.
!-.).    Visiting Brethren cordially invited to attend.
W. R. Ki.us. N.G.
Dr. A. A. King, .Se;.
0.  F.
McRAE & Co
UIBill 1I1S
A lull line of Knglish and Irish
Tweeds and Fancy Trouserings always kept in stock.
1,,. i    ......
:i!   8  o'clock,
Visiting Brethren
1. HUME, R.S.
..���-'-:.'...y..���--!-���.'.[....:t.^.^..*.^.^.j':^..i. ��.$������*
liquor   coursed   through
rderedj straightened himself and stood before them with a grace and dignity
that all his rags and dirl  could not
"Gentlemen," he said, "I look) Qom ^.^ No. ^ mecls in
.i-ni.--.ht at you and myself, and it 0dafeUows. HW, second and last
se,,,s to me that I look upon the) Thursdaf eveniugs of each m0nth
picture oi tny blighter! manhood.
This bloated face w:is mice a.s handsome   as   yours,    This shambling
! figure once   walked  as proudly as
Have  vou  seen  Circular No. i,l ,     . ���,. ,,
i yours, lor I was a man in the \v_t1i1
jssned by the Delta Creamery Co. ot; men< j, top, 0;ice had a home
ito iis patrons? If you have, read | and friends and position. Iliad a
U carefully through nnd talk it! wife as beautilul as an artist's
over  with  your  neighbors, and i, I dream, but I dropped the  priceless
pearl oj her honor and  respect into
a cup of wine, and, like Cleopatra,
saw   it   dissolve,   then   quaffed   it   ?.
down in the brimming draught.    I: "$
had children sweet and pure as the   f
llowers  of spring,  and  saw  them | *
fade and die under the blighting
'��� curse of a drunken  father.    I had
a home where love lit its flame
the  witnesses and extract all thei upon lhe  allar  a)ld  ministered be-
evideuce.    A jury can  only give a  fore it, but I  put  out the holv fire
verdict   on   the  evidence produced I and darkness and desolation   reign-
before   them.    At  the  inquest on Jed ������> &* Stead.    I  had aspirations
and ambition   that soared   as  high I Rosebs.nl*
as the  morning  star, but   I  broke i
and bruised  those beautilul  lorms
and   strangled   them   that I might] Smithy  Coal,
hear their cries   no' more.    To-day ! Sew er   Pipe,   Drain   Tile,
nm ��i in leas
 r_..  .-_	
fit Manufacturers of all kinds ol
B. C.
you have any questions  to ask, lay
them before the buttermaker audi
he will answer them.
When the Council is particularly
interested in an inquest their solicitor shouid be called iu to  examine |
Horse Goods!
i Our Hftrtiffig am1
*liave long pruvetl r
t   Imilt not only for m
Our llsniess and Horse Furnishings $
reliiititc. ri ii rl they lire -j
style but wear.   ^        /*f
hugh Mcdowell,
Soda Water, Ginger
Ale and Summer
Your patronage solicited
������.���������������������*���.������***. *.**���������*.���*���-.���.��*��� - ���.���^���������^�����������*��.��>**��.��.***
Deltt Transfer Stable
Team Work Done at Spaatelly Low Prices.
X JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.
-V Telephone " Ladiier" No. io.
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MWm^r f' *t p "^^M*. ism   p_pw      m\.   b-_$flS93-HDB-_E_______^-2-S_-fc_5  ^mn^r s__BS_D 9B CBS
The Place for Tinsmithing, Bath Tuba, Stove
Pipe, Conductor Pipe, Roof Plates, and Every**
thing Else in This Line.
m; a lots in
Wednesday there was one very unsatisfactory witneis who, under a
strong cross-examination, might,
possibly, have received .1 lesson
yyortk learning.
Wellington Coal,
Portland Cement,
On First Mortgages.
-   $5,000   -
Ju  reference  to  the  rowdy ele- j
I am a husband without a wife, a
father without a child, a tramp|
without a home and a man in whom!
every good impulse is dead.   Ail'Steam Tug "Flyer" and
ment which has infested our borders 7iiave   beell  swallowed   up   in   the
during the past month or so, we maelstrom of drink,"
would suggest that the Council in-     The tramp ceased speaking.  The
stitute a chain gang; and, Instead ot Slass fcu trum  his nervous fiugersj Office
,' .       ,. ,    and was shattered into a  thousand
merely moving the gaugs around,   ,
I fragments on'the floor,   llieswmg-
���from the Lauding  to the Port and  .        , ���,   ,    .    ������        ,,
'��� fc ing  doors  were  pushed open  ana,
from the Port back to the Landing,,. si_ut ngaill  anfi  ,A.aeu the  groupI
jthey  should  be given  a course of! looked up the  tn.mp  was gene.��� \Z*
good   healthy   exercise    repairing Exchange.
roads,   sidewalks, digging ditches,1
etc.,   for  their board,   under  men'     Miss M'   Cotton, of New   West-,
Barges lor Hire.
Front St.        Phonk  1-6.
New Westminster, B. C.
Manure Spreaders &
Mollne Plows
take the lead everywhere,
also our	
Chatham Incubators &
J.T. Stainton
Agent for*
Gurney Foundry Co.'s Stoves.
P. D. Dod's Mixed Paints.
Yoho Bath Heater.
Just the thing for making water hot for washing dairy
utensils, scalding hogs, or for wash day. Every
Farmer's Wife ShouliJ Have One.
Westham Street,
Ladner, B, C.
who will see that they work, and
we are of the opinion the nuisance
will immediately cease.    Try it.
minster,   came  down,  Wedi
ou a visit to the Bay.
Remember the only place to buy
the "Genuine Slater Shoe" at Mot.l-
real prices is at W. 17 Sinclair's,
the Leading Shoe Store of New
Westminster. *
A first-class joint put up in first-class style
call or send your order to the
& Commission
Phone 9. Ladner, B.O
Manufacturers  of all kinds of First-Glass
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
We can deliver to any point on tbe Railroad in Delta.
Our Price Is Right.. We Oan Save You Money.
Drop Us a Line, Our Agent Will Gall nn You,
GEO* M* THRIFT, Manager*
Tradi: Marks
Copyrights &c.
An"0ne sondlnu a Bketota and description maj
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
i'uveiitlon Is prohnbly patentable. Cnnininnlen-
t inns strictly confidential. HANDBOOh on Patents
bent free. Oiliest iiuoncy for securing v-ntcnls.
Patents taken throng. Muna & Co. receive
Hireiai notice, without cbariie, lntbe
The smartness of the class .ofj
ferm workers who have gathered!
here this season is well depicted by
fhe way in whieh some have shocked oats���standing the sheaves head
down, with the result that the
shocks tottered to their fall even before the worker had started another
shcok. In another instance a man,
when told to harness a team put
fte. collars on upside down and I Annually, to fill the new positions
front to back. These sau.e men1 created by Railroad and Telegraph
will actually ask tip-top wages. It Companies,. We want VOUNG
would be well lor them to hire out! MEN and LADIES of good habits to
Scientific American.
A handsomely UH.flttated weekly. I-nrpcst circulation of nny iOleiitlflO journal. Terms, t'i a
year; four months, $L Bold by all rtewndealen..
MUNN &Co.3C,B'��a<to New York
Branch Office. 62. F St. Washington. D. C.
3000 Telegraphers
If you want a nice new
Buggy, up-to-date in
every respect, or if the
one you have needs
painting, call at
Q.   T.    BAKER'S New Showrooms.
for a year pr so for experi.-tice.
It riicmld be borne in mind that
every cold weakens tke lunj^s, low-
em the vitality and prepares thc
system for the more serious diseases, among which are the two
greatest destroyers of human life,
pneumonia and consumption.
Cough Remedy
has won its great popularity by its
prompt cures of this most common
ailment. It aids expectoration, relieves the lungs and opens the
secretions, effecting a speedy and
permanent cure. It counteracts
any tendency toward pueumonifi.'
Price 25c, Large Size 50c.
We furnish 75  per  cent,   of the
Operators  and   Slation   Agents  in
America.    Our six schools are the
largest exclusive Telegraph .Schools
in the world.    Established 20 years
and endorsed by   ail  leading   Railway Official's'.
I     We execute a $250 Bond to every
! student  to  furnish   him  or  ber  a
; position paying from ��40  to  $bo a
j mouth in States east of tlie   Rocky
! Mountains, or from   $75  to jSicxj t
, month in States west of flic Rockies.
i immediately upon graduation.
Students can  enter  at any time.
1 Xo vacations     h'or  full particular."
\ regarding iirfy of our scticols wriu
direct   to   onr  executive  office  ai
Cincinnati, O.    Catalog tii; free,
Incorporated 1869.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
'sngs EJQ&
Deposits of $1 and upwards received and Interest Allowed at Highest Current Rates.
F.ast End, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossl.iu.d, Victor}-., C'hiUi-
wack, Ladner, Cumberland.
:ii.cimiati, Ohio.        Buffalo1 N.V	
Atlanta, Ga taCrosse, Wis " __
Texarkaua, Tex. San Fraucisco,Ca R.   E.   WALKER,  Manager,      -     LADNER,  P. C,
Royal Household
Just Arrived*
Bran, Shorts, Etc*
A Full Line of���m.
Fruit Jars,
Jar Rings,
Jelly Glasses.
HJ.Hutcherson's ���S-5S����P��
��� *���!.
���iiil   ii fill   i   |U
IS*---'-   M'���-*-**���
Camp Hope
Lumber Mill
Has been m-.ved to Beaver Dam, on tht
Scot. ,oad, a d is njw prepared to supply
all k ads o-:' Rough. Fir Lumbar at reason
able prices.
Q. 0. Dennis,
East Delta.
.���i1.1.-. .i_.   ���._
Visiting Cards
* Plain or Printed
hm Kin _ m kl
Time Table.
IN EFFKCT MAY  7, 1905.
Train leaves Cloverdale at 1:10
p.m. and arrives at Poit Guichon at
2:20 p.m.
Train leaves Port Ouiciion art!
z:.\.o noon and arrived at Cloverdale
at 3:55 P-'i".
Mondays and Fridays only.
There are two through passenger trains per day each way to und
from Seattle and a mixed train to
and from Bellingham.
lliilT-1311  OO-Ll'MBIA
Eicdde li liii os
(.Westminster 'Branch)
Time Table
C:irs leave Westminster if(*r -VniiCQUver at 5.50
���.ml 0.5(111.m. ami hourly thereafter until 11 p.
n.; S.ituranys and fiuudaya at II, p.m.
C(trsU*:<vc Vancouver for WestniiiijUers nt 5-5"
md 6.5b a. 111. uud hourly thereafter until 10 p.
m.j S..turJayw and Sundays at u p.m.
Wc run tirst-elssiss freight cars between Westminster and Vancouver and all shipments are
.minlled with the utmost eare and delivered to
:u 11 signer without delay. Special attention paid
to fruit .shipments. Our wagons meet all boat;.
md trains.   Kor rates, etc. apply to
CMURCfl   NimGESr.
Holy Communio'.i ��� Sundays,
8:30 a.m. .ist Sunday mi month,
11 a.m.
Matins, ii o'c'lhI".
Jivenson-jj, ,7,3a b'cl&c?;.
Monday School at 10 a.m.
���l-'riday, evening '-en*..!.' .7:30.
Rev- Canon Hilton, vicar.
Truflic Mgr.
Westminster. B. C.
Local Mgr.
Reverend Father Kdm. Peytavin,
O.M. I. Serf/ices first and third
Sunday of each month at 10:30 a m
Services next Lord's Day at 3 p. m
ClaFS  meeting, 10.30 a.m. every
Sabbath .School  at 2 p ra  every
Sunday.      Prayer   meeting   every
Tbmsday evening at 8.
Rev. J- F. Betts, pastor.
Services next Lord's Day at 11
a. ni.and 7:30 p,ia.
Sabbath School at 2 p. in Midweek meeting on Thursday evening
at 7:30 o'clock
Rev. A, McAuley, Pastor.
Let Us Talk It Over.
Have you, young man or young wonidu, ever given the
lf��rre any consideration? Are you content to drift along as
you are with a superff.cial public school education which does
not prepare you for earning your living.
There are openings for young men in the lousiness world
as ste����grapier.�� or clei ks. Women are eligible for the same
positions. What co*a_&yoade in .such a position? Are you a good
penman? Are you rapid and accurate at figures. Can you use,
the typewriter so as to write 40 words per minute? Can you do
well the many things that are required to be done im the business offices oif large cities?
Unless you have taken a course in tht above yon are uit-
prepirei for office work except in a small village. We can
prepare you for a goed po.iit.ou���a positio* that will in a few|
months pay for your investment. Some of our lady gradtt-'
ates are earning $40 a mouth and over.
Miss W* K. Smith receives 40 per mouth from the
Hastings Shingle Manufacturing Co., as stenographer. Miss
lietme starts for the Yorkshire Guarantee and Securities-
Corporation at $45, Several are working for the C. ?. R.
it $30 per month and upward.
If yon conae t�� us and work hard. If you want further
proof of the way we help to positions write us and we will.
*end you more names.
�� But don\ put off. Every month yo* d_ky me-asas one
mouth's salary lost. Ther* mer yon graduate the sooner
you are in a positic*.
Is  nn   ideal   covering*,   either   for   new
���tmildinfrs or improving old onus.
Consider iis fine appearance ��� its
splendid enduring qualilies��� and slight
expense���and decide lo serve yuur own
best interests by using it.
Fullest details of information in our
Wholesal* Manufacturer*,
ROBT. MAY, Agent,
LADN'ER.     -----    B. C.
W. N. Draper,
Room 2, Ellanl Block, New WestminAter.
Service will be held in the evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Praj'er meeting at 8:00 Thursday
evening. Singing practice at 8:30 ���
All cordially invited to any or all
According to The Commercial,
of Winnipeg, the visible supply of
oats in the United States and Canada, east of the Rocky Mountains,
s 4 895,000 bushels, compared
with 2,681,000 bushels a year ago.
Vancouver  Easiness College,
F49 Hastings Street,    -    ��.._ -    Opposite Province Office.
JX H, gLUQTT, PTincijxaL
New Crop Now In Stock
HOME GROWN and (imported
Wholesale and Retail.
Special Prices to Farmers' Institutes.
Thouands of Fruit and Ornamental Trees
now growing in my  Nurseries  for
Spring planting.
Eastern prires-or less. White Labor.
M. J. HENRV, Vspxeuve:
3010 Westminster ttoad.
Too much care cannot be nstd
with small children during the
hot weather of the. summer months
to guard against bowel troubles. As
a rule it is o:ilv necessary to give
the chill a nose of castor oil lo
correct any disorder of the bowels
Do not use ally substitute,
but give the old-fashio'ied castor
oil, see that it is fresh., as rancid oil.
nauseates and has a tendency lo
gripe. If tin's does not check tie
bowels give Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhcea Remedy and
then a dose of castor oil, and
'the diseases may be checked iu
its incipiency and all danger avoided. The castor oil and this remedy
should be procured at once and
kept ready for instant use as soon
as the first indication ot any bowel
troub'e appears. This is the most
success ul treatment known and
may be .relied upon with implicit
confidence even in cases of cholera
infantum. For sale by F. J. MacKenzie
For Sale.
From 75 to roo cords of woo'., at
the 'Boundary Bav ranch. Price,
St.'25 per cord on the ground.
For Sale,
Who Fas;his>n Is to HftVa Th��iri Fv. "Trlii-re
About Ilie I'^.ukcs���_.!'   SorC* of  Sbapei,
1      Colors  >ml   Oruamc,Dti*.tiou.j-���i..-   in  tlis:
Sliopa or Itla_�� at ui:mc,
1     The bofn pillow fad it. n.'-si::..'   _; great
��� proportions.    Not to havo  dozers til the
: pillows in equlval'-itt toTJOt kliowim; -.That
i is what,    'fl.0 .hops.have whol. Motions
j devoted to them, and tl;-- -Ts,,, :.: ::- storer
j cany them .1st tho tV-usam   .    \Vd jnuft
I liule pillows���pillows on  ti:;: divans, pi]
���lows oil tha wiilc. window Beats, pillows ii-
thn chairs-, 'pillows hero, pillows thun1, pi!
���lows everywhere.
The fait is not only a woman's fad; it
is also a mnn's, nnd the lords oi oreatinn
���ro jnsi 1:.; onrny ovor pjil'oivs as the weak-
rr srx. It seems ns If nil tbe world wore
pillow Mad: And thi re Is 11 curtain inul
villi.nlity uhout these pillow..: now. 'j'l.i.
characterifltl.s ol thair '..-. i...j ara la 1
measure ftaniped neon them.
Potuotimos tho tad is for Turkish \,]\
lows: then H will suddenly ct.:i;ge to >,';'.'
covering, with  full  cu Hies, mi U  etfaiji   |1
Wil! vaW air-und to thc oi'dii.a.;", 'everyi:
���chiilia. Tha Ktylo of 00 frl: : '   -cbar-
|r,t tbo DtHPBsltj for ;.i.i'j\.,^, larg*, lym.
r.nil ii;i>i;i;:!;i, ;..,ii;;;;i;   uyiilhpul, d.    Th.
���shardly uny fad wliieli olioe. mt a frnin'
flcilda'foj-'ouo's own  Uidl.viUuttl   laney, 1
nuurjy uny kind of a C9verifi�� will^o, pr
Tilled jriu has.: phi.l.v of i ii!.,..:-.
On-j renson perhaps for their popular)
���lies in tlie fact that a woman with ...
knack for fancy-work can mnka ber'owu
pillows nnd savo c.or,��idai'ahlc laoney hy M
Uriiitr. Than, n^nit!. n jri�� 1 in a i|imndar;
an lowliHC to pive herbest younj; man an,
mako him a pillow, sjumvtinxs, howevi -,
If tho man is ono of tLosc uiifortunale
���bachelors who live in the 1 <:!1 room c!
somo bowling: housa, with hardly.spca
lo turn a tat around, the (.-il; i i' a pllluvv
Is an embarrassment rather than a pita-.
Hut today, when (ho majority of r.icr
'Bio in bachelor apartments, no matter i.mv
siuall tb.oy may be, tbo piliow.ls j.i.tthc
tiling they need. A man who has novel
had a pillow does not crave them, but h!
4-im once (ind out bow coinUirtiitilo put]
luxurious a great pile of flown pillows ;������
on no matter how uncomfortable a loungr*,
the oraze,will seize him, and he will le-
<eesie-inore pillow mad thnn auy woman.
The slapuneso and oriental stores havs
bad mere to do with starting the fad than
anything else. When tlie aVerisgo Ann;:
can who had tat in straight hacked rcch-
ere nnd armchairs and eontruoted cricks
in the neck from dozing iu American
���lounges ones realized tho soduotivs
charms of an oriental divon piled higlp
with down pillows, the true Yankee spi:
wns very willing to admit that heort-ljC
bad never expui'iencecl any such oomfort
before and was only too willing and anxious to copy thu luxurious doloo far nien'.c
���*>i* tha dwellers o( tho orient.
'Ono largo dealer iu articles from tha
cast told mo **Uiat tho cushion la-l was
tjrcater'jiow-'than it had ever heen h'.forc
"IVo bave mcro orders for oriental enr-
ners," ha i.aid, "lha.u uo havp had since I
started in business. Evory wonian Inr*
Dishing n house must, bave one, and t- veil-
tenths ot vu-.h.. fnrtiiel
vote some va'i'''
ufcan room, ��s the n'ninll room off the
drawing room is rioweallul, tuau oriental
or slnpaneso cozy corner.
"Wo make our diwr..:: ;o order, to fit tbe
<sborncrs->Yo are oulled upou t*�� lu^iiisii.and
"we receive insrriatio:.* ior pillows according to tho length eif lim ciibtomor'slpu;,so.
Yon can "never havo fioo man> pillows on
a divan. The minora you have tho movo
comfortably yuii rest. Along witb your
pillows you oiiusl have a lantern. They
invariably ko together.
"Wo have a number of ordcrsfrom men.
They aro more enthusiastic about uillows
llian mo women ale.     ti   a wai	
n Ind, ho w'l! always go togreati r li i:e:l -
with it, for tho reason that he i. liut s<
volatile as u wonian, and ii lie has ( ao fan
he devotes hiiiueii entirely to thai oue
At one cf  the lar��ri bhopt   they toll] me
they had (rinumerable orders for pillows
especially de^iyncd  lor men, wilh uollcge
colors,  society  or   mlHtary inonograms,
yachting, athliitrc or sporting designs, aud
���evon private crests and mom ,.rams.    The
college pillows oro, nsarulc, i.. pt in Ete^-U,
but tho others nro mnde to order.   As sjon
j as a mnn enters a College -bo must havo a
I pillow of the college i olors.   These [ iilow
1 nro favorite Christmas nnd birthday pros
j eats from young girls lo their student
i friends.
Koniembcr that a Iran in not as patient
I or naturally -s ordcrlyas a woman, jjiifce
aro, hut they tiro tbo exceptions. 'J..'ieaM-r-
i age man ia un untidy creature.    It is Irksome, to btni to koop inimy'Toldorols" In
1 order, and half t'nu time Ids pillow-s are
crushed Into a corner ol U.otlivnJi, or. il Ull*
eomiorlahlo when iio lies down from their
superfluity, ho is just, as likely as  nut to
fling the extra ones across the room
.lust now tho Turkish ; ihow is tie most
' popular with woii.cn. lie heavy gi Id uu-
I broidery cm tho rich   red, line, gruou ami
aid gold.around and the variety oi xulurj
in tho Turkish wo. ! ::   g("ds, seweti w it..
sequins and  bespangled and truedd wilh
gold and copper  i.i  c!  thread, mnkes a
very rich and eastern oomblnatii'n to a
divnn covercdwitii a Bagdad or.'iari.iih
covering.���New Veil; XaiogMSa.
lii-hing apartmei:',., i'.j-
o  drawing rooi.i i r
r.f General Grcelj"�� InMI E_��
nsiiriiem In the Arctic.
" Tho new yoar of 1SS1 was only 19 days
old when death oamo  for the first time,"
writes General A. W. Greely in The Ladles'
Homo Journal, tolling tho awful experi-
oii.: s of his arcticoxpioring party at (lap*
Babina,    "hor 90 days we hud all lived
ati.l kept together, but death was  iiierl-
talilu.   It- cbiiilrjwiis rwcto some, if not
to all.    (iir only wonder was it had nol
1 come sooner.    Only tlie day  bufoi-a was
hoareomradent wopk. V'e said little. Only
] ono man so fie  forget  lhat hcwasasol-
' Siof as to make tho faintest sign.
"IJut  the nearness of  the uud  touched
| us ail.   Speech became low or, actions gon-
, thr. determined faces grow softer, and oon-
siiliation was the spirit of tiie hour.    Wh*��
I would go !i"*it?  was the question written
on each la'-e.    Not a n. in ventured to say
i to his fellow, 'This is the end.'   How that
fltein:.! ���;'.'.:-. lion, always so unntiwerable,
BRoniod 11 bo evon moro of a mystery te
m.'.   Tl,u I'histersnn had hardly set before
Die second fell before death.   A day ufter,
end   llic   HHrV]   succumbed      Then   ths
fourth.    One by ono they wore droppiun
nt our -ide.     The   fifth   followed  quickly
to solve  the  problem of  futurity     Then
the .-U'h oou rado passed
And now we felt that weworeall awaiting the summons, one b,\ ono. We scarcely looked at each niher. Doubt and
wreti rdli **,s wore alliul aj'alnst us. Out
tiie fovri'iies of war somoiin t*s change nt
tho most critical moment,. Strive and do,
do and SsrJVc? until death, were the mottoes ol our hunters, and one duy nearly
60(1 pom s ,-,; bear and seal meat can*
just as all lood had almost failed. Oh,
the joy. v. hk.li that n.eut brought to usl
Mho can tell but thoso In that hulf 8om��-
��hing to eat���something to keep life I"
A Klce Calculation.
A flen i.-h . ji( mien an conceived tl).
Idea that he wnuld only livo a certain
time, si; bo inaoo a nice calculation of h.s
fortune, which i.o so apportioned as to la>4
just the same period as ho guessed his 11 to
would extend to.
.Strangely enough, hlscalcrlatlons cams
"correct to thc letter, (or he. died punotua'-
ly nt the time he hud previously reckoned
lie had so far exhausted his estate tl-1
after his debts laid heen dliohiir.jrd a solitary pair of siipiie.rs reproseniea the entire
property ho left
iiis relatives buried him, nnd a representation ol tlie slippers was carved on tbe
tomb. Today in a ehcrchvMi' at Amsterdam his grave may he sii n. I ho only it-
script ion on the stone lung ten lrlunii/h
Words, "KITen N'yt" (i e.. ' ICiuetly").���
London Mail.
A No. i Melotte Separator, in
first class condition (owner is installing larger one, same make).
For further particular? apply to
Crescent Island.
J*f<*,trMinons;- \x, Tt*'.'r*ffTi,
-Matrimonii,] uiign'ieiii'ciit. in Persia me
[divided iuio two ilmns 'ihe real,marriage, which is oi:i.*idcrpd the most respectable, lsooiiillnd to for.:-wives. In
tho oilier the numIt r tj "paitiiers"of tbe
husband's joy aim sorrow IsunliBklted.
'.'lie jtrdrWor had fallen down stairs,
'and as In ihoujii'tfully picked himself up
he remarked, ''I wonder what noise that
Avas I just heardt"���New Orleans Tlinsa*
Seat* Ilasily Made.
I couple of pretty ottoman seats, which
Birisy bo made appropriate for ��ny*Ki-*n,
according to the oharnrtcrof tbiiiroove>
ing, ore easily manufadrirMd by sawlnr.
oft' a small barr.l or keg'to about a foot in
depth. Totho mlosed eisd four very short
springs aro affixed, which are then coTsrci
a_ld fasti-nod with a circular piece of sail
eloth, firmly nailed to tbe wooden sHes
which are also neatly covered with th.
same kind of cloth. After this tbrseat
may be upholstered as desired.
The Kaiser as a Ilnmnrlat.
We went up to tlio Kiel Yaoht club to
seo the presentation of pri7.es by his majesty. He was in particularly jolly humor, and his speeches of presentation went
���most -happily:spoken. 'One prize winner,
a little German officer, fully realized ths
importance of the occasion and was ths
more easily embarrassed whon with cap Id
one band and sword In tlio othor lie stood
roady to receive bis prize���a pair of laqsi
At tbe close of the fcateer'e speech tm
"handed tlio vases tothe little officer, whe
hurriedly put cap undor-one arm, sworti
uniior tho oilier nnd sreecivod <hem, where-
tipon the kaiser Insisted upon shaking
'hands in coiigiii'tulu'ion.smuch to tho embarrassment, chaprluanR bliss of tho winner and thu shouts of lnni{lit��r.from every
one else, led by bis majesty.
Tlio next winner was givrn a llqneui
cer and received orders not to drink from
ail IJ glusses alone.���Outing.
��� tap-
i g a'i��i
im ra-
Fashion Stables -
Trucking and Braying.
���Livery work of all kinds at-
������tend-d to .pronvptlr.
Wm* Alexander
.���^���a��l<*r..>l. fi.
Lfniilenaan't Clioice.
A traveler  through  southern  swamp*
| learns many things  framhisguiue--s.au
! tion among the rest
Ono man,.noticing that bis pu
i p?d  with   his  loo;   each  hollow   ll
slump Ina certain  pathway hi'"
i ping uitor past, it   imrolrodstho ri.:
"Lookii^cmt ior snakes,"  w lis
1 ply.
"What-kind of -make'-?" iSfced tlio trav-
j ele.r, witb an ���iutploasuti*ito��uUou along
j his spine.
"fllobcaslns," returnsd-the pultte.
"What makes yon walk o*i   liiedovsor
I-so close to i hem, ti.enf" demniaad liioun-
j easy traveler.   "AVby .don't we walk off
I thorn, where the ground is solid*"
"Well, you can Iry it," Said tho guidi.
launching n vigorous kick at. a stump and
then-mounting it "You motmhtmt sink
teolow yer waist, and thon .agUn you
mought."���'Youth's Compaui-m.
Berlin has n rost.-mrant where a i.Kf-
ifonk prepared in tho highest stylo ot culinary art costs $4.60, and the Waiter expects a tiu of fill e-i.U.
lined Hie (rniuii.
At an evening |sirty in London soin*
time ngo a gush-tog gin! was introdueel
So Mail; Twain.
'���Oil, Mr. Clemensl" slvo :'snid. "Now,
pleaso, do tell mo! I've been thinking ot
t.ilslng up writing, but I am so afraid otf
���fiat dreadful writers' crump one hears as
Dtlich about,  ..Did.'.ysiuiaver havo Itt"
"1 did, madam,"
"And what did you'tako for it?"
".lust, fanoyl Bnt thow nnd wbcro dH
rni apply Uf"
"Brollod and internally,' snid Mark
!.'watn gravoly. "I can't answer for itt
Icing a onnacea, hut it cured thi kind^
aiaiep 1 hail, all ri+^lit. "
X 'hi',,'- mi the  Jfiawbfrt   Hqii.il  to
.C7!ambe>rl:iiti's vCtJJiC',   L'iv.U'.i'u
.md DlanUloea Viitpjx;. V;
This fact W. '.veil 'k'-'itvn to oruj*-
o;,'1, -������ trywliere, a >d nva<; out oT
:e : wil! jive Khwir it-u^tfltwers this
pteparation wl en !h..- l**>t ir>--��sk��4
foi. Mr. Oba \\"i-fri*i,'-v. ai'.-.vin'ri-
ei-.t druggist .-o" Jespli:;. ViUi.. in e.
circti'tir io bis et".s;nn:crs, says:
"Tii"*i*."i< "iio'r.iii-f; t'-v. the nmrktt
ii the v-oy of ptitettt ndvdk-tlie
������ ic i tquafe *Clia'm!)er1l��h^ -OolitX,
Cho'er.t aii>H ��ittrrrire i keilietly f6r
bo'.ve! co ��� j'lnhtti, Wc ;e!l tuid
r comnitfiu! this pr-< par.itioiK"   J?\9
'SS*.'    - '. -    ���.,        SsV-s-.---SsV.lf,. THE DELTA TIMES, .SATURDAY AUGUST 12, 1905.
DONOVAX-SM ITH���At Bellingham. Wash., on the 25th ull.,
Joseph Donovan, of Tukwila,
Wash., to Edna, youngest daughter of Mrs. S. L. Smith, late o!
ITelta but now of Bellingham.
Andrew's Presbyterian Church,
Xew Westminster, B. ���_*., on the
9th inst., by the Rev. J. S. Hen
derson, John William Pichott
Mason to Elizabeth, younges;
daughter- of the lat; Davie'
Charles Edtnonston, Baltasound,
Shetland islands.
II! 11
Last week tor "S*amp-Photos."
Mrs. M. X. Reid returned from
Vancouver 011 Thursday.
W. Ciovidy has just completed a
new granary, fronti ig on the road.
The Misses House, of Sapperton,
came down on Tuesday, aad are
quests of Mrs. P. Matheson.
Miss J. Anderson, ot Victoria,
and Miss Rhona Bain, of Vancouver, are visiting at the Squire's.
Mis* Ethel Reid and the Misses
Irwin left, on Tuesday, to spend a
few days iu Vancouver en route to
J. Guichon, J. P. McPherson and
Bert Harris returned, Tuesday
morning, via Steveston, from a
visit to Vancouver.
W. A. Kirkland has another
farm hand com: to stay. A bouncing baby boy having taken up his
residence at Hazelgrove.
Mrs. Winskill, of Vancouver, returned home, yesterday, after
spending a Jew days visiting her
sister, Mrs. W. J. Brandrith.
Brenton I���. Brown, representing
the Equitable Life, and Edgar
Brown, of Vancouver, spent a few
days in aud around town this week.
Mrs. John MacKenzie, accompanied by Miss Maggie and Master
Freddie returned, on Tuesday last,
after a visit, of twelvemonths' duration, to Scotland.
Mrs. T. A. Muir and family, and
Miss Bessie Mahony, of New Westminster, returned home, on Saturday last, after spending a couple
���jreeks at the Bay,
Council met in the Town Hall.
Surrey Centre, Aug. 5th inst., tbe
Reeve and all members being present.
Minutes of the previous meeting
were read and confirmed.
From Superintendent G. N. R.,
re fence across the Hall's Prairie
road, saying it had been referred to
the Roadmaster aud would receive
From T. W. Herring, calling the
attention of the Conncil to the
thistles growing on the G. N. R.
tracks from the bridge to South
Westminster.    Received.
From    John    Walsh   tendering
$185 for S.   W. %  of Section  20,
Tp.   1, which, on motion,   was ac-i
The Reeve and Clerk were instructed to sign the agreements
between Surrey and Albert Milton,
et al, re Milton road water.
Coun. Lawrence gave notice that
he would introduce a Road Gazetting By-law at next meeting.
The following accounts were
passed and cheques issued:
F. J. Hart & Co.. guarantee
bond Road Tax Collector, $5; W.
E. Laking, plank, ward 4, $12 07;
C. M. Carncross. salary $40; J.
Drinkwater, commission $54, work
Yale road $2, total $56; Dr. Jone*,
examination mental state of Bailey,
$5; Dr. Walker, ditto ,$5, J. Fraser,
repairs to culvert, C. M. road ward
4, $5; Geo. Redmond, work Yale
road ward 4, $y, Wm. Hornby.
Corduroy C. V. road ward 4, $6<;
W. Corbett, culvert, Woodward
hill, ward 3, $5; T. Thrift repairii:g
culvert N. B. road ward 5, $2; W.
B. Wilder,  repairing bridge, ward
5, $*���.; Win. Morgan, repairing culverts C. M. road, ward 5, $6.50;
Jas. Johnston, land for gravel pit,
wards 3 and 4, $50.
The Council then adjourned to
meet again on Saturday, Sept. 2nd,
at 2 o'clock p.m.
New Westminster, B. C,
Oollars and Dollars
Have been saved our Customers buying at this
Stoi-e during our Big Sale. "We have some
splendid lines o? House Dresses, Wrappers,
Wash Suits, Skirts to Sell at Half Price and
Less as we do not carry them over.
. A..v.A^esrs=e^smamt
"i * 7 '
Children's Wash Dresses, regular
$1 and 75c, for 50c.
Children's white embroidery Bonnets, worth $1 and 75c for 45c.
Children's embroidered silk Bonnets, worth $1.50, for 95c.
Children's corset waists, 40c line
for 25c.
Girl's wash skirts, regu'ar $3.50
line for $1.95.
Girl's cambric nightgowns, $1 line,
for 45c.
Children's cotton vests, regular 15c
for ioc; regular 25c lor 15c
Special snaps in lace curtains at
70c ana 95c.
Ladies' shirtwaist suit  worth ��7.50
for $4.75.
Ladies'    shirtwaist    suit,    regular
$7.75, for 54.75.
Fancy voile trimmed with cluney
Ladies'   fancy linen   suit,   regular
$9.50 for $5.75.
Ladies' fancy pique and linen skirts
worth up to $5 for $1.25.
100 sample riiess skirU worth up to
$7.50 choice 54.75.
50  dozen   taffeta,   lisle   and   silk
gloves, regular 40c and 35c lines.
sale price, 15c pair.
3,000 Yards
English Print, Gingham, Muslin, Percale, Regatta
and Oxford Shirting, Challie, Duck, etc.,
etc., worth 25c, 20c & 15c,
All on one table at One Price, Only 10c Yard.
Mrs. Cullin, of Salem, Ore.; Mrs.
Berry, son and daughter, of Toronto; Mrs. Kenny, two sons and two
daughters, of New Westminster, are
visiting at the home of H. J, Kirkland,
J. F. Harrison returned home today much refreshed alter his vacation.
H. D. Benson paid a short business visit to Xew Westminster this
week. Mr. Benson is about to send
his dredge over to the American side
for work there.
A little forthought may save you
no end ot trouble. Anyone who
makes it a rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy at hand knows this to be a
fact. For sale by F. J. MacKenzie.
Miss Cochrane, of Carlyle Assa.,
cousin of Mrs. Livingstone, who
| came here on a visit was taken ill
j shortly on arrival, and is at present
in St. Mary's Hospital at New
I Westminster, and improving  slow-
On Monday afternoon, about four
or five o'clock, an Indian boy aged
nbout five years, was accidentally
drowned at Deas Island. The little
fellows' body had uot been found at
|he time of writing.
When you are in New Westminster call at W. E Sinclair's Shoe
Store and h| will sU��w you the
Jatest ill the sijoe line, having just
opened over $2,500.00 worth o{ the
Genuine Sla'.er Shoes. <*
A- Laurence, Wile and two children,, af A'-'bc-"^' N- S" sp1-"1 ��
fgty days here, last week, visiting
Mrs. A. Fenton. The visitors ate
pn a tour to San Francisco, and expressed themselves as so well
pleased with this part of the country that they intend returning in
the near future. N. A- McDiarmid
accompanied the visitors to New
Westminster on Saturday evening
s,a$t, to confMiiie ijiejr Jogr,
On the Slough road, on Monday
last, a valise. Owner may have
same by proving property and paying for this at'..    Apply
If Your Eyes
Bother You
They require attention.    Do not
1 trifle witb so serious a matter.   We
'. will fit them to your entire satisfac-'
tion by the latest method known to
! the optical trade.
j     Graduate Optician,
j Consultation & Examination Free
I      T.  Gifford's Jewelry Store.
;<;7-   "v   ���-,' V *". 7'    -'
Under  the auspices  of tlie  Royal  ^?|ricuttural  'Mo1'"Industrial Society,
New Westminster
British Columbia.
Stupendous  and   comprehends" array of Exhibits repre-
seutiug the resources of all Canada.
Enlarged  grounds, new, handsome
and spacious  buildings	
Special Inducements to Live  Stock Exhibitors���
The  most valuable special   and  general   prizes ever
offered  in  Western Canada.     New   and commodious
stock  sheds  capable of Accommodating an unlimited
��� number of Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Swine.
Horse Pacing, Broncho "Busting," Military Parades and Exercises.
ROYAL IRISH GI'ARDS and other Famous Bands.
GRAND WATER CARNIVAL���Parade of Fraser River fishing fleet
patrol boats, H. M. warships, Indian war canoes, etc.
For   all   information   wiite   W.   H.   KEARY,   Secretary   and
Manager, New Westminster. B. C
Cedar Fence Posts, Shakes and
Drain Boards.
Apply to
Box 387. New Westminster, B. C.
If You Want
A   First-Class   Buggy,   with
rubber   or  steel   tyres;   or  a
Democrat, call on
J a Fa Stainton.
We are this week going to cut prices nearly in two. Come
in and see if we don't do it.
We want to get acquainted with vou; we want to Stay right
here, we see good prospects ahead.
In Order to Bo That
We must have your trade and <-o**op'*T*f ion. We will do our
part. We will give you a First-clas�� Suit at a Second-diss
Price; we intend to treat yon right; we hope to grow with
you; we furnish the root, you furnish the fertilizer and watch
the plant grow.
J* P* McPherson
Ladner. B. C.
At nominal cost, private individuals or business
men can put their important papers and valuables in a
secure and convenient place.
This is a boon to those who do not possess a safe,
and to families travelling.
These boxes are accessible during all business hours
to the renter, who holds the key,
RATES:   $1.50"per yoar.
Westminster Trust & Safe Deposit Co., Limited-,
Authorized Capital^ $25,000.
F. ef. HART & CO.,
New Westminster, B. C
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vVatches ani Jewelry at Lowest Prices.
Repairing a So cialty.
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Why not have an "Eastern Room" or a "Cosy
Corner" where you can
enjoy real, perfect comfort?
of generous proportions.
Soft-hued drapes, a dim 1 ght, Tabourette, Rug and the scheme is
compleie.   The cost need uof be heavv and we would be
pleased to submit estimates free.
I -HOME   floUi   AND CLUB F URH.'.Mms - VIC I'JRI*.    B   i
E. WAGNER & CO., 163 Cordova St., Vancouver. B. C.


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