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Vol. 1. No. 42.
LADNER, B. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1904.
$1.00 a year
TEAS! TEAS!
Special Value
all conducted themselves in a very
creditable manner.  I
The   following programme was
successfully  carried   out:   Chorus,
"Maple   Leaf Forever";   reading, j
Percy  Miller;  recitation,   Minerva I
Smith; reading, Hume Hilton; solo|
on   mouthorgan,   Alfred   Shirley;;
reading,  Elmer Barber; recitation,
Olive  Whitworth;   ciiorus,   "Red, i
the Tarm
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Although live stock is grown oo
almost every Canadian farm, the
farmer as a rule finds it very difficult to furnish his table with fresh
meat during the summer months.
in
In Bulk 35c Ib.   3lbs. for $1
and 50c Ib.
IN PACKET TEAS WE HAVE THE
Blue Ribbon Tea
White and Red Labels, usually sold at 50 cents, for 40 cent per lbs.
Also the famous
Salada Tea
Blue Label in Black and Green at 40 cents.
Red Label in Black at 50 cents.
Don't go past Us.    Do Your Business at Home and Save
Money.
When passing take a look in our Grocery Window and see ouri
novel little clock "MINUTES," after seeing the clock, spend a minute ori
two inside. j
Marshall
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PICNICS AT THE BAY.
On Saturday last e couple of
private picnics were held at the
Bay, one being conducted by Miss
Florence Kirkland the other by
Miss Mary McLellan. The following young ladies and gentlemen
composed tb* parties;
Miss Kirkland ��� Misses Mark-
land, B. White, L. Laklley, C.
Street, B. Cars*, Messrs. E. Bald-
erston, J. Saint, G. Robson, and
Rev. J. A. Seymour-
Miss McLellan ��� Misses Dot
Bourne, Ella Granger, Mabel Lord,
���Jeanie Forrester, Bessie Cruick-
shank, Gerty Eastman.
Hire's   Root   Beer,    Raspberry
j Vinegar, Delicious Sum mer Drinks
���City Bakieiy.
THE GLORIOUS  FOURTH!
Monday week is the Glorious
Fourth! Are you going to the
celebration at the Point? Hyu fun!
Our Band boys will be there, and
you know that means good music.
Well, there will be sports of all
kinds, lacrosse, foot races, bicycle
races, high and long jumping,
horse races, fat men's race and
ladies' race, speeches and the residing of the Declaration of Independence.
In the evening there is to be a
grand display of firework** concluding with a grand ball in a very
commodious hall fitted up for the
occasion.
Following is the executive committee���.!.   V.   Marien,  chairman;
G.  H.  Waters,  treasurer;  G. Mc
Intyre. secretary.
Already there is  in hand double
the amount raised last year.
Too Great a Risk.
In   almost every  neighborhood
someone has died from an attack of
colic or cholera morbus, often before
medicine could be procured or a
physician   summoned.    A   reliable
remedy (or these diseases should be
kept at hand.   The risk is too great j
for anyone to take.    Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy   has   undoubtedly   saved   the]
flives of more  people and  releived
I more pain .ind  suffering than  any
'other medicine in  use.    It can  al-;
ways be depended upon.���For sale i
by F. J. MacKenzie.
G. I). Chocolates,  all kinds ;,:id
.New Goods just iu���City Bakery,
By the Scholars ��� Work
First-Class ��� Good Attendance of Parents.
School closing is a tryiug ordeal
to the scholars in the fact that thev
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are put through their year's work,
which   brings   some   extra   strain
upon  their mental faculties.    But
with their holidays so near at hand
the children appear to be perfectly
content to do their part, and well
.���hey did it. :
'  Going through Miss Davis' room, j
one's attention is drawn to the over-1
ctowded condition of things, and it!
Is to be hoped that the government
will  get  the other room opened at i
the opening of the next term.
Miss Davis had 57 present. The!
writing  and  drawing, in some instances,   was   very   good   indeed, [
while  the whole of tbe  exercises I
were very creditably executed. \
The   following programme  wasj
successfully carried out by the little I
tots: Chorus,  "I  have come, said
little rain drop"; recitations,  EthelI
Vork,   Mary Mardesich, Class  B;:
sbng,   Annie  Bown; dialogue,   six!
little   girls;   recitations^    Annabel:
Moffitt, Harold Miller. Mabel Lan-J
ning, three little girls; song, Edna
Bown;  recitations,   Albert Jordan,
Arthur   McBride,   Jack   Stainton;
dialogue,  sr-ven  little girls; recitations,   Albert   Calhoun,   Class B.,;
Earl   Davis;   song,   Annie   Bown;
recitations, Catherine Reagh, Hazel
Shirley;   song,    Eileen   McBride;
speech,   Ace   McCrea;    recitation,
Eva Alexander.
Honor Rolls���Deportment, Katie \
Josephine Selich; punctuality andl
regularity, W-dlace Reagh; pro-,
liciency, Evangeline Belle Alexan- j
der.
Miss Carss had 47 pupils in her
room.   Some ofthe children,  especially the boys, displayed a tendency to bashfulness.    Mr. Pollock,'
in  his examination, endeavored toj
instil confidence and succeeded to |
a great extent.
Rev. A. N.  Miller took  up the1
subject of arithmetic,   introducing j
some rather stiff problems, which
were handled in a masterly manner.
A  well   selected   programme   was
next in  order  and comprised tbe
following: Recitations, Irene Robinson, Grace Miller,   Annie  Brown;!
instrumental,   Laura   Hutcherson;
recitation,   Bessie   Fenton,   Willie!
Whitworth; song by   the  school,
"Soldiers of  the King";   address!
and presentation to Miss Carss, by
Inez    Stainton     and     Winnifred
Hutcherson,   for the room; recitation, Hazel Woodland; instrumental,    Irene    Robinson;   recitations,
Austin Hume, Pauline Manley; instrumental, Winriifred Hutcherson;;
recitations, Lucile Hanford, Minnie
Mardesich;   song   by   the   school,
"Children Go"; recitations, J. Kirkland, H. Jordan,   Mary  Sileeh, L.
McBride.
Th-Honor Rolls  ���������������.   awarded
as   follows:    Deportment,     Annie
Brown; regularity and punctuality, |
Alice Thirkle;   proficiency,   Grace j
Miller.
Mr. Pollock has a goodly num-!
ber of tils', rising generation under:
his watchful care, the most of!
whom appear to fully grasp the1
import of their training. With thc !
exception  of a,   little  bashfulness!
White and Blue"; reading, Edwin i Salt Pork and Poultr>* are in general
Hutchinson; recitation, Mildred i use> but U is evident that * Hben��I
Barber; readings, Ruth Miller, Ella | ""PP1*' of h^h beef would "����*ke
Stainton; chorus  "Soldiers of the i^*2   Problem   of  preparing   njeal*
King"; reading, Herbert Hume.
Honor Rolls ��� Deportment,
Gladys Siddall; punctuality and
regularity, Ruby Kirkland; proficiency, Percy Miller.
much easier for tbe womeu of the
household, and would ensure a
more wholesome and palatable hill-
of-fare for the family. The average
farmer is several miles from the
nearest butcher, and would find-it
both inconvenient and expensive to
send a member of the family to
BOUNDARY BAY.
Tbe   clusing   exercises   of   thc |
Boundary  Bay School took place town every ^ or tw0  for frefh
meat, especially as both men aad
horses are apt to find their time
I fully occupied. Again the farmer's
family could  not consume a beef
! animal before it would spoil, so it is
yesterday morning before a goodly
number of.parents and friends. The
scholars .showed themselves very
proficient in the different subjects,
reflecting credit on their teacher,
Miss May Best, who has only had i out of the question to think of kin-
charge of the school since May rst. Iin- his own' Iu order t0 mtke the
At the conclusion ofthe exer- use of ,resh n,eat Possible in every
was rend-! *"arm nome' even during the summer months, the Live Stock Commissioner, Ottawa, recommends the
cises, a nice programme
<yed, consisting of songs, addresses
recitations, etc., after which all present adjourned to Mr. Witter's
Grove, where tables had been set
which fairly groaned with the load
of good things so dear to the childish heart. The tha.iks of the community are hereby tendered Mr.
and Mrs. Witter for the kindly interest takeu iu the
school.
more general establishment of beef
rings, which have been successfully
carried on for years iu some sections of Canada.
bkhk  RINGS.
These .rings are not, as the name
might indicate,   "trusts"   for   the
affairs of the I con*TO* ��f the production and sale
1 of beef, but are groups of farmers
j who   cooperate  to   supply   their
GULFSIDE. I tables with fresh meat during tbe
School closing took place here, j summer. The ring is usually comr
yesterday. The children' of our' P��-��d of sixteen, twenty or twenty-
school have proven the ability of( four members, although sometimes
our teacher, John Cairns, to impart!as n*��**y as forty are enrolled. Each
instruction to others. A goodly \ member agrees to. supply one beef
number of parents and others,' animal during tbe summer, and ia
showed their interest in the good I order to give plenty of time for pre- .
and welfare ofthe little ones by Deration, the members draw lots
being in attendance. After a brief i'the previous winter to determine
programme about $15 worth of j the order in which they shall con-
books were given away in prizes, j tribute animals. After the draw-
and the following were presented j ing members may exchange num-
with rolls of honor: Claude Mason, I bers if they find it mutually advan-
deportment; Wilfred Gibbie, regu- \ tageous. Two small families may
larity and punctuality; Callam Mc-J combine for one share.
Kenzie, proficiency. THK ANIMAL.
^,li_ regUjatjons usuaijy provide
THE GARDEN PARTY. that each member shall supply a
The Lawn Social, given by the j steer or heifer under three years old,
Ladies' Guild ol All Saints, last | sound, healthy and iu good coudi-
Tuesday, .vas a great success in! tion, dressing from 400 to 500
every wax-. The weather was most j pounds of beef, and grain-fed for at
favorable���"ordered for the occa- j least six weeks previous to killing.
sion," someone remarked. The, If an animal is not up to the stand-
grounds of Mr. and Mrs. Rich are ard it may be rejected and the own-
most suitable lor such a fete, and
with flags, prettily laid out tables,
settees and chairs, etc., the situation was charming; this, coupled
with the many pretty dresses of the
ladies present and the beaux esprits
gave to the tout eu semple a most
er compelled to supply another, or
it nay be accepted at a lower valuation. Tbe decision, in such cases,
is left to the secretary or a duly appointed committee of inspection,
THK     ADVANTAGES.
Wherever it has been tried thia
attractive appearance.    All present! system has given excellent results,
enjoyed   themselves, and   between ( as is shown by the fact that it is
pleasant conversation,   with occa-j difficult to gain admission to the
sional   bons   mots,   light   refresh- > rings, as there is no inclination to
uients, music  and   Badminton,   a!drop out.    The farmers wives and
pleasant   afternoon    and   evening I daughters   are   particularly    well
passed away.   .Some $57 was real-! pleased, as the abundant of fresh
ized. I meat at their command simplifies
___. I the question of providing suitable
Nothing Like Experience.        j meals.    Then tbe farmers get their
"One truth learned by actual ex-1 beef at the actual cost,  paying no
perience does more good than  ten j more for tbe ***** cuts thaa IN*
experiences one hears about." Tell
a man that Cnamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy will
cure cholera morbus, and he will
most likely forget it before the end
of the day.    Let him have a severe
would for the cheapest tbey could
buy at retail. Under the operation
of the beef ring each family gets iu
portion within a few hours after
killing, so that there is little dif*
Acuity in keeping the meat fresh far
nearly a week.   The usual method
attack of that disease, feel that be is I is to use the steak and  roast first,
about to die, use this remedy, and  and put the boiling piece into .bring
learn from his own experience how or a refrigerator until needed,
quickly it gives relief, and he will Yours very truly,
remember it all his life.--For sale VV- A. CLEMONS,
bv 17 J. MacKenzie, ��� ' Publication Clerk, THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY JUNE 25, ��9��4.
THE   DELIA TIMES.
PvaiJBHBD EVERY SATURDAY.
Suwcmption, $1-00 per year.
ADVERTISING RATES.
Cub. AdT-rtiMinetsts. te cents per line for
fceai*ta��urtiou.and5��at-.per line for eacU
.sutMCsiment insertion. The number ol lines
reckoatd hy the space occupied, ia bots to the
ach.
Rat** for Commercial AdvertisemeBti can be
skwl oa application at this office.
Readln. notices io cents per line for each insertion.
Birth and Death notices, 50c., Marriages $1.00.
Aay special notice, the object of which is to
.promote the pecuniary benefit of au�� individual
qr awnpany, to be considered an advertisement
eat charged accordingly.
All advertis-ments charged for until' ordered
jm aad paid for.
Correspondence invited on matters ot public
���merit*. Communications to editor must be ac-
OMPpauied by name of writer, not necessarily
for publication, but as evidence of good faith
Correspondence must reach this office by Thursday evening.
Geo. R. ManIsBy,
Manager.
SATURDAY, JUNE 26,   1904.
WHEN THE CAT'S AWAY.
A few weeks ago the Council,
" ftrough their servant the Police,
declared that ball playing on the
Jtreets and bicycle riding on the
Ale walks were punishable offences.
��� While they had a man to enforce
the law this nuisance was abated,
' but just so soon as the cop is gone
there   are,  we   are sorry  to say,
those amongst us ready to break
the law, aud, worst of all, they are
men who should assist the Council
in enforcing the law.
We are in poor position to check
another for doing wrong if we,
pur-elves, do not the right.
NO MAIL.
the old women, but it was no use.
She said, 'I want to warn you and
your pretty little ones never to take
the stuff that has burned up my
husband and child and left me to
wander without a home.
" 'I was married to as fine a lad as
ever walked. We had a sweet baby
and a cosy home. We always kept
the jug in the corner of the cupboard. After a while I thought it
ought to be filled oftener than when
we were first married; and Joe (my
husband) would stay too long with
a friend, and would mix some hot
drink to put me asleep, and sometimes I would drink so much that I
could hardly remember even to go
to bed afterward' S6 you see I was
getting fond ot it too.
" 'One night I left the baby in
Joe's care, and set the jug and glass
on the table before him, while I
stayed with a sick neighbor. Before
morning we heard a noise, and,
going out, found my house in
flames; but by the time we got there
the roof (ell in on Joe and the baby.
They never would have been burned if he had not let the candle or
his pipe fall into the cradle. I le-riled to hate it too late; but I want
you to hate it as much as 1 do.'
"My dear children", said grandmother, when she finished the
story, "that was onr fiiist lesson in
temperance, and it was a good one.
Not one of us who heard the old
beggar woman wotud ever drink
after that."���The Way of Faith
On Tuesday something went
wrong with the works on the s.s.
���Transfer in Woodward's Slough,
frith the result that the mail did
pot arrive until the postofflce had
fieen" closed for the night. The
mail was left on the wharf all
(flight and the community were left
without mail or steamboat service
pn Wednesday, much to the inconvenience of several farmers who
bad cream for shipment, as well as
jthe many who had business letters
and matters of importance dependent uPon an efficient mail service.
With the mail bags at Woodward's Landing it would only have
��een a pleasant rpw for .a boat's
fjrew to have delivered the mail in
time for distribution that evening.
Why was it not done? We cannot
believe the crew were ��:���.;. tndful ������'
their duty. Was it the -.-Id complaint���carry boats for show aud
useless in tbe time of need?
The Best Liniment.
"I-have derived great benefit from
the use of Chamberlain's Pain Balm
for rhematism and lumbago," says
Mrs. Anna Hagelj?;ans, of Tuckahoe,
N. J. '-My husband used it for a
sprained back and was also quickly
relieved. In fact it is the best family
liniment I have ever used. I would
not think of being without it I
have recomended it to many and
they always speak very highly of it
and declare its merits are wonder-
ufl."���For sale by F. J. MacKenzie.
Reagh
-DEALER   IN'
Fine Boots,
Shoes *
Rubbers
Best Goods, Lowest Prices
Custom  Work a Specialty.
Practical Horseshoeing &
All Kinds of Repairing
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W    H
vlor's.
K**H- H*HrM> ��� ���!��� ��� **H ���!��� tfr-M- ���'���!������*��
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Delta Transfer Stable   f
LADNER, B. C. \
SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND SADDLE KORSfiS    %
ON SHORT NOTICE
Team Work Bone at Specially Low Prices,
��
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�� JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor,
��� Telephone " Ladner" No. io.
4����^��-I.��.l.����*fs..>'I-'��'l'*��v*��*��*H' ���*���*������- *���+4- 4-H-f+*H-H-*<*-*.f+
FARM IMPLEMENTS FOR SALE.
New 6-foot Mussev Harris Mower.
New i _-foot Massey Harris Rake.
CAN BE BOUGHT BELOW COST.       Write
HOPE. GRAVELEY  & CO., 322 Cambie Street, Vancouver,
Whether it be sisal, standard, standard
Manila, Manila or pure Manila, the user
of McCormick twine may be sure that
he is getting just what the tag calls for.
B. C
These five different brands are the
standard in their respective classes, and
for evenness of strand, full length, and
great strength, fill all the varying needs
of farmers. Order from us.
J. F. STAINTON, Ladner
/'
A short time since some imported
English partridges were set at liberty in this province, a brace of
which were seen near Inverholme
Farm recently.
uerus
Got
Hats & furnishings
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At All Prices.
Best Line of Boots & Skoes in Town.
Rubbers to Suit Everyone.
Staple Dry Goods at Lowest Prices
On Wednesday next, on the corner of Westham and Delta Streets,
at 2 p tn , Mr. H. N. Rich will still
by Auction, a good assortment of
Household Furniture. For particulars, see advertisements.
GRANDMOTHER'S STORY.
"ShouW you like to hear the first j
temperance story I ever heard?")
staid sjrandnia. " Oh, yes," said 1
��� ���'-.:��� 1 fctildrm     So sbe ofegati:
"When i was a ver> little .'77
the hnls of Scotland ivy father   bad
a large farm.-.    We has', never heaid 1
pf temperance, and  overy  day  our'
dv_fl_0{ and tnitl ofoWr visitors   iva
bail a ���' M   '���:>:������
.'!On riiarket days men .votild
Caine home sick, as the little folks
tvere told.' 'Folks tuiist have a little
fun,' fl��ey would say. I used to
think getting sick was queer fun,
but as I igrew older I knew the
flrink made them sick, and wondered that they would intake anything
that, sickened and made them cross
e. long time after they drank it.
"Qis-e day ���I'll never forget it���-
Ire were in-tbe kitchen with mother,
trho.wa$ s-jj^kh-jg very kindly to
fUD'i ijld crazy woman (as we supposed) who had stopped to rest and
fceg a etip of inilk: Mother was
tjewTy fqrf her; sq she hrcuglit her
txoipe hot whiskey. In one instant
|he hnried it to the buck of the fir?
(ind screamed out, 'how dare you
ive rae a drink of fire*���fire, I say?'
e knew not what to think, and
flung tb mother, ^h.0 tried to quiet
Chamberlain's
Remedies.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
For Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whoop-
(ng Cough. Price 25 cents; large size 50c
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
.and Diarrhoea Remedy.
For Bowel Complaints.   Price 35 cents.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
An antiseptic liniment especially valuable tot Cuts, Bruises, Sprains and Rheumatism.   Price 25 cents; large size 50 cents.
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H.J.Hutcherson's
Incorporated 1869.
CAPITAL, $3,000,000.      RESERVE, $3,000,000
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Savings Department*
Deposits of $1 and upwards received and Interest Allowed at Highest Ourrent Rates.
 40 BRANCHES:	
Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets.
For Disorders of the Stomach, JAm
snd Bowels.   Price 25 cents.
Every one of these preparations
is guaranteed and if not folly satisfactory to the purchaser the
money will be refunded.
A. 0.   U.  W.
TV-XT A I.ODOK NO. 12. meets fir.-t nnd
**** third TuuHilays iu eitcli month i.i sVud-
ilull's Hull. T. SV. KKKR, Recorder*.
I   (lll.ClttttST, M. \V
I. O. F.
Court Ossko, No.  3443, meets
in I O O F Hall. 3rd Tuesday in
each   mouth       Visiting   brethren
alwuvs    welcome.       C.   R, J   B
Burr; R S,   BS   McDonald
10.0 jr.
Delta Lodge, No. 21.���The regular meetings of this Lodge are held
every Wednesday everting at 8 p.
nu Visiting Brethren cordially invited to attend.
F. J. MACKKKZtK,  N.G.
A. W. Oi.ni';K, Sec;,
NOVA SCOTIA���Halifax, Au-
tigotiisli, Bridgewaler, Guysboro,
Londonderry, Louisburg, C. B.;
Lunenburg, Maitlaud, Pictou, Port
Hawkesbury, Shubenacadie, Sydney, C.B.; Sydney, Victoria Road;
Truro,  Weymouth,' Amherst.
ONTARIO ��� Ottawa, Toronto,
Pembroke.
QUEBEC ��� Montreal, Montreal
West End, Montreal Westmount.
NEWFOUNDLAND ���St.
John's.
NEW BRUNSWICK���St. John,
iBathurst,    Dulhousie,   Dorchester,
' Fredericton,   Mouctou,  Newcastle,
Rexton, Sackville, Woodstock, Ed-
iiiuudston.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ��� Vancouver, Vancouver liast End, Grand
Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland,
Victoria, Chilliwack, Ladner.
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
���Charlottetown, Summerside.
CUBA ��� Havana, Santiago de
Cuba.
UNITED STATES���New York,
Republic, Wash.
Stokes & Cullis
Purveyors.
For PRIME BEEF, MUTTON
and PORK TRY US.
Westliam Street,
Laduer, B. C.
Fashion Stables -
Trucking aud Drayitig.
Livery work of all kinds attended to promptly.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL J.AND SURVEYOR
Kuom 2, lillard Hle;k, New Westminster.
Wm Alexander WMWSLI Mfft
I.miner, n. .C.
Teas!   Teas!
H. K. WRIGHT, Manager,
LADNER, B. C.
H.N.Rich
Notary Public,
Wm, Estate l insurance loan
Ladner, B. C.
Purchasing Agent
Brackman-Ker Mill,no-Co.
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���*.   NEW WESTMINSTEK,    :-:  B. C.   .}���
<{��� Munufsicturi-rs of nil kimlsol .'.
I Soda Water, Ginger **:���
t    Ale and Summer    ,|.
Drinks. j I
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Yotir pall's in ;:;���;- solicited        f
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Mrs. W. S. Livingstone wisbes
to inforin her customers that she
has just received a fresh supply -of
Teas.
IF YOU WANT
or
Fruit
-GO TO-
W. A. Kirkland.
A constant supply of Good Milk
Cows for private families or for
dairy use on hand, also
30 Head Young Stock.
Time Table.
IN EFFECT MAY j, 1904.
No. 1���Leaves Victoria at 7 *.��.,
arrivesat Gnicion n.30 stud at New
Westminster, 2 p.m.
No. j���Leaves New Westminster at 1 p.m., Guichon, 3 p. m.,
arriving at Victoria 7:20 p.m.
McRAE & Co
I
S.S. FORAGER.
Butler Weighting & Towing Co.,
Ltd.*���Steaver Forager (Captain
Btttlei) for churmr.
Apply to
TI. N, RICH, Agent,
Ladner, B. C.
NEW WESTrUNSTER, 11. C.
A lull l'nie of English and Irish
Tweeds and Fancy Trouserings'always kept in stock.    .
Strayed
Qu   to   my   premises,   about two
Weeks ago, a black Horse.    Owner
may obtain same by proving property and paying expeuses.
J. ET.TJS,
Ladner, B. C. ������**��,
��Dtf& -D-tiLTA 'tmMi -SATURDAY. JUNE a3, ���__**-.
Waameaff
Is About Over*   The End Is in SlgM.
Will Last Just
ONE
.am*> tht tnattber xmwst -staiftds, You Buy about Gjoe Shoe and We GIVE you the other.    If your friends don't read the papers and tat-onr srotfc'ia&ig
of tfafe Gi��at Sale, do tbean a kindness by telling them.   We want ��veryoiae to Get the Benefit of
PRIG
OUR GBEAT CLEARANCE SALE IS AND HAS SEEN A
Howling
Have YOU Had Your Share of the GOOD THINGS at this GREAT SHOE TREAT.    If no-t HEED OUR
WARNING and Come at Once.
Hundreds hare already bought, but we still have some Grmt IfcirgaiuN Ijeft
BUY NOW AND SAVE REGRETS,
WM.
THE BIO SHOE HOUSE,
P
NEW WESTMINSTER, & C
S tHE 7 JLTA TIMES, SATURDAY. JUNE 25, 1904;
LOCAL HEWS.
H. McCormick  was among the
visitors to the sports.
Everything   in   Potted   Meats,
Pickles, Sauces, &c.���City Bakery.
Prof. Shutt and Mr. Anderson
arrive for Farmers' Institute meeting to-night.     	
H. N. Rich left on Tuesday for
the interior and expects to return
about Monday.
Mre. John Honeyman returned
home on Thursday. She is much
improved in health.
T. E. Ladner and wife returned j
home yesterday. Mrs. Ladner has |
been very sick during the trip.
H. J. Kirkland left for Fort
Douglas, on Thursday and intends
taking in the Hot Springs on his
way back.
STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL.
The Festival of Strawberries and
Ice Cream, under the auspices of
the Ladies' Aid of the Methodist
Church, gireu in Oddfellows' Hal!,
last night, was voted a grand success, somewhere in the neighborhood of 200 persons being present.
A short programme was presented composed chiefly of local talent.
Mrs. Harrington, of Guelph, Ont.,
and B. C. Alexander, of Vancouver, kindly assisting. Though
short, the programme was much
enjoyed bv all present, and the;
solos by Mrs. Harrington were ex.- j
callent, and rendered in a style sel-
dom enjoyed in these parts. We
hope to have tbe pleasure repeated
in the near future. Following is
the programme: Solo, 1*7 T. Calvert; recitation, Dr. King; solo,
Mrs. Lanning; reading, Miss Mark-
land; solo and encore, Mrs. Harrington; recitation, L. 17 Tranter;
solo, B. C Alexander; recitation,
Mrs. Miller; solo, E. T. Calvert.
The suug little sum of $59.80
wa.s realized, for which, the ladies
are very thankful.
Ocean Dook
B-K. Co.
- Miss Gertrude Eagle of Westminister; has been visiting with
Miss Ethel Reid for the past two
Idst weeks.
Mrs. and Miss Carss left, to-day,
for Vancouver.
Miss Elsie Honeyman, who has
bieen writing for the Pligh School
Sntrance Exams., returned home.
Thursday.
We are pleased to be able to say
that Miss Davis is  not  leaving our;
3chool for- good, but  simply   taking a trip home for the holidays.
S. F. Woodland leaves here on
the 4th. of July, for Kault, B. C,
where he will reside in future. Mrs.
Woodlaud will follow about the
beginning of August.
Thos. Foster, lately with the Mc-
liee Bros., has been heard from
during the past week.. He is at
presentin San Diego, Cal., and has
Keen sick ever since he left here.
Ill 1 EFFECTS,
���COMPRISING :���
Xitchen sStovc, Combination Kitchen Table, Kitchen Chairs, Pots,
Pans, Plate.*- and Dishes, Parlor
Stove and Pipe, Easy, Rocking and
other Chairs, Settee, Centre Tables.
Bookcase, Overmantel, Extension
Dining Table, Sideboard. .Sofa,
Hanging and other Lamps, Pictures and Frames, Clocks, Carpets
and Mats, Hat and Umbrella Stand
and the contents of 3 Bedrooms, including ]Jedro.)in Sets, Bureaus,
Washstands, Chamber Sets; &c.
Also THE PIANO,
iu first-class order, and Music Stool,
whicli
��  Mr. K. N. Rich
Has received instructions from Mr.
G. Walton  to Sell  by  Auction, at j
his residence, in the Village of Lad
ner, on
Jlndrew Clausen,
Having entered our new premises
we have opened up a large nsigu-
ment of NEW GOODS. With a
better opportunity of displaying
our goods we cordially invite our
patrons to call and  inspect  same.
 FOR-	
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
You can not get better bargains than at Port Guichon-
We keep the best .stock of everything that is needed for the
general public. Call or send in your order and we guarantee satisfaction.
Telephone 5.
Jeweller, Etc., Etc
Buy Your
Water Heater Dow!
The Yoho Bath Hester is How
on the Market for $17.SOI
The marriage   took   place,  last At 2 0'Clock-p.m.   Terms Cash.
week,  at Surrey Centre,   of Miss! 	
Florence LeFroy, of Bay View, to!
Mr, Hornby, of Nicomekl. The;
iteippy couple left for Victoria on i
their hoireymoou.
E I EFFECTS.
We would'direct our readers'- at- j
tention to-Wm. Johnston's big advertisement in this issue, in whicli
they havesomethitig important to'
mention regarding their monster j
clearance sale of boots and shoes!
a* the Big shoe house in New West-1
minster. *��� i
We- have  off exhibition   in our
window a sample of oats grown* on
Annacis   Island,   whicli   is   being1
dyked.    From one oat there are 13
stalks;  height  of stalk, 36 inches;
length of head,   19$   inches;   total I
height,   55}_   inches     Plucked  on,
J��ne -jo.    How's this for high.
Rev.  L.  Amor   visited   Ladfier
this week as the guest of Marshall
Smith.      He   graced   the    warden
party with his genial presence. Mr.
Amor has accepted the incumbency I
of Greenwood and will take charge \
of bis new sphere  of work   in No-]
���member;    In thc interim- he will
visit England.
fJliISTA MILLS'LIMITED.
We understand that a meeting of
subscribers to the institution is to be
sailed immediately foi"tlie purpose
of completing the organization, and
Having the association incorporated
with tHe-intention of handling * this
year's-crop and offerii��g assistance
to those of the farmer who have
beetl.compelled to carry over from
iict year, and who may require ac-
cortimodationwillincliic-xpractically
4II the grain producers of the Delta.
sjtttT-py wA Risfltftpi.d dis.riojs.,
MR.   H.   N. RICH  will .Sell  by
Auction on
Wednesday, 29th June,
immediately after the sale of Mr.
Walton's'Furniture, a useful assortment of Furniture, comprising:
Bedroom Suite, Single Bed, Mat-)
tresses, Extension Dining Table,
Small Table, Rocking and other
Chairs, 2 Stoves, Carpets, Clock,
Curtains, Pictures, Bath, Lamps,
Fruit Jars, &c., &c., tlie property
of Mr. John MacKenxie.
DELTI IIMI SOCIETY
The Annual Exhibition of the
Delta Agricultural Society will be
held on Friday and Saturday, the
I'th and 15U1 of October.
Public Notice.
The Delta Farmers' Institute are;
giving   ��50   in  special  prizes   for
horses, cattle, sheep, pigs aud roots I
fit  the  Delta Agricultural F.xhibi-I
tion.    Competitors  must   be  members of the Farmers'   Institute, in
good standing, on June 30th next.   <
By order. !
N. A. McDIARMID,
Secretary.;
Ladner, June 13, tgoj..
;;;*,,H?,,^'s'-*';!-'',')(i','-f**,'-i>'*";vf ������*���'*���**��� )r ������JK** I
f. ���   ��� . ��� ^ j
I Horse Goods! f!
s**      Oltt   Harness ami   Horse   Furnishings,   f j
?   hove long provsjd  reliable, find they are V*K i
*t* buttutiot i*nty for style but wear. ,t.'
�� **hl
���j- KhPAIRINU  A  SPECIALTY. ���
I hugh Mcdowell, f
�� it
"���' LADNER, fi. C. 1
You have seen them demonstrated- in your city and
know Just what they can do.
Just think of Hot Water (Boiling at That) in 90
Seconds, and only an Old Newspaper or Handful of Old
Chips to produce the result.
They are neat as well as ornamental, and weigh but
25 lbs.
0 We Yoho Bath Heater Co., Ltd.,, df
737 Pender St., Vancouver, B.C.
Write for Catalogue.    Mail Orders Receive Prompt
Attention.
Robt. Uf 'ay, Agent,
LADNER, B. C.
W.   J.   Brandrith
Horticultural Supplies
FruitBoxc5,BcrrvQratcs
Buggies, Etc.
Our Stock of Buggies, Road-
carts, Wagons> etc.- are of
First-Class Quality aid we-
carry a complete line.
r-Tf-1
1
KER'S N-e^Ah?���________
Mowers, Etc*
Frost & Woods and Deer
ing Mowers;. Hay Tedders.
Rakes, Binders, etc.
Full Stock on Hand.
Call and See
Our Steel Frame
Yankee Gates
4-it.. For 14-ft. Opening, $8.50
4-ft. For 16-ft. Opening, $9.50
T     C    WAHP    WESTHAM STREET,
O.   V-v   yy/\i/C, LADNER, B. Ci
SINCUIR'SCI^RANCE
Is Now in FULL BLAST.
Everything Goes.
Never befose were   there  such  bargains  offered  in the City of New
Westminster.
This sale will  be continued all next weak.
W. E. SINCLAIR *
Holmes' Block, New Westminster.
�� Leading
Shoe Store
Led ner,
B.C.
* fyardman & Biysott, -
DEALERS'- IN
Graniteware, Tinware, & Hardware,
Steel Ranges & Stoves,
Tin3mithing and, Plumbing a Specialty*
   *.
Columbia Streeti 823 Granville Street,
New Westminster. Vancouver.
INS'
Reserved
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fir m e*m f*l*v
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LEG, 2)0- to 34; WAIST, 32 $o 425
Price, $L50.
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