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'CTORlAiS
Vol. 3. No. 3.
LADNER, B. C, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1905.
$1.00 yea
Stanfield's Underwear can't shrink.   We're^
seen to that for you.   Every fibre of the wool""
is tested for strength.    Then we take the shrink
out of it.   .After the wool is woven, we again try
rto shrink k.   And whea the Underwear is completely finished,
the third trial for shrinkage is made.      Every garmeut '^s
through the same process.
elta Council.
HIGH SCHOOL QUlvSi'K)?,.
Editor Delta Times:
Council   met   in   the   Council
Cone to Her Res*.
M
Stanfield's
"Unshrinkable"
For Men.
\\\
Stanfield's
"Trwo-Knit"
For Women.
AH weights for all   climates, from Nova Scotia
Att sizes to perfectly fit every figure,
to the KluiiJyke.
life��� twill your dealer���guarantee Stanfield's " Unshrinkable " for meu and " Truro-Knit ���'
for women to he aUsaiutt-ly utukiuiknljls.-, with the ouly guarantee worth giviujj���"money
Dack if they sliriuk. '
Wcadiug dealers everywhere sell Stanfield's Underwear for Men and Women.
S- TRURO KNITTING. MILLS CO., Ltd., Truro. M.S.
_,     T3 ���^*^-_rvC*tt^..aat��CJ,:rC��^^
lOl
We have a Large Sto
Of this Famous Underwear in all the
different grades  both  for
an
Sir:   Kindly  allow  a  taxpayer,
Chamber on Saturday, Sept. o. at who pay_ more fa _  yea_ th. u M,.
% p.m.. with the following members McKenzie has   probably   paid  , n
present:  Reeve  W. H. Ladner in together) a litlle space in   V0lir pa_
the   chair,    and   Couns.    Gibbie,  per.    Our local druggist���or should
Davie, Paterson and Huff. , I say local   "Buuible"���in   his ie-
Minutes   nf    previous   meeting plies to "One Interested" and 'V n- change for   the   worse  took
were adopted as read. j other 0ne Interested,"   writes us if and in a very sho.-; while the*
the  cap  fits  him.
, who is  keepiii'r  us
The death occurred, on Monday
last, of Margaret, the inlant daughter ancl only child of F. J. ai.d Mrs.
Green, The little one had only
been ill a short while and the bereaved parents thought ih? sigi s of
recovery were good when a suciden
place
light
Is  he tlie one
communications. ;whois keepjn,r u_  (rom havillg;
ifrom W. J. L?ary, sr., asking class of high school pupils in our
for a cro.-sing on Georgia street, j school? Does he understand tbt-t it
On motion he was allowed old is not one, two or three that he is
plank for crossing. j pulling against but an ever increas-
From  Howay,   Reid  & Bowes. | ing section of the community, and
Received and filed. i is he wise in throwing away what-
From   Fred   Keeling,   notifying i ever popularity he may have had,
Council that he intends placing his j by writing as he does?    When  his' out full strength and added
steamer on the  run between Lad- j time comes to have children ready
of the household had flickered out.
The funeral took place on Tuesday afternoon from All Saints,
Anglican Church. There Ihe service, which was very simple and
yet impressive, was conducted by
Rev. Canon Hilton in the presence
of quite a number of sympathizing
friends.     The  choir   boys   turned
greatly
to the beauty of the service.
nfcr and Steveston.   Received and j for high school, he may see things;     The pall-bearer
tfie Clerk instructed to expend #25; in a very different light and also be! family,   were:
in fixing landing. j anxious to  "impose on  overtaxed . Pybus,  J.  A
From Mayor Stevens, of Kam-1 teachers"  but perhaps he expects! Bown.
loops, re meeting of representatives j that time to be the golden one of a \     The  floral  tributes
of  municipalities,  in   New  West- j Ladner high school and so  a' pres- i and handsome.
friends of
D. A. McKee,
Paterson and E.
the
W.
A.
were   many
minster,  on   Sept.   29.
Women.
Millinery.
Have you bought your New Hat yet ?
You should See Ours before you decide.   No two hats alike.
Ladies' and Children's Coats.
We have a nice .range of Coats all ready for inspection; also large
range Ladies' Raincoats.
Men's Clothing.
McCready Boots
Working Gloves.
Leather Leggings.
Royal Purple Shoes
for Men. for Women.
Received
and Reeve Laduer and Coun. Paterson were appointed delegates to
attend meeting.
From W. E. Davis, chairman
Library Board, New Westminster,
stating that on the recommendation
of auy member of the Council, ratepayers would be loaned books from
the Carnegie Library free of cost.
Received ancl resolution passed
thanking the board for their courtesy.
The Delta Highway By-law passed-its second reading.
The repairing ofthe Burr bridge
was left iu the hands of Coun.
Paterson.
The following accounts were ordered   paid:   Gilley   Bro*-.,   rock,
'.p*52-��S"> VV. N. Liaper, $25; G. T.
j Bakei,   $14.75;   W.    H.    Taylor,
$5.35;  J-   Hunt, $37.12;   Grant &
j Kerr, $^.39; Charley Fong, $54;
_   m j P. Clark, $15 40;  O. Westermark,
j $10.
|     The  Council   then  adjourned to
HlintinSf    CoatS. i Saturday, October 14th, at 2 p.m.
ent he is not interested, even "spontaneously." His gentlemanly! and
courteous!! letters, especially the
last, in which he implies that he
may be addressing a lady, are effusions he must ever be proud of!!!
But all this is aside from the question, are we, or are we not to have
high school subjects taught in our
village school.
Yours truly,
A THIRD ONE INTERESTED.
However, these cases were simply-
cited in order to establish a precedent, and not to create ill-will or
to make comparisons which, truly,
are odious.
With  sincere   apologies for the
unconscionable length of this letter,
j again very truly yours,
J ANOTHER ONE INTERESTED
The  Misses   Montgomery
.Sunday in Vancouver.    .
spent
Jos.   Mason,   brother of Mrs. C.
Davis came down   from  Skagway
yesterday.
returned   home
visiting friends
on
in
fl Good Time.
LARGEST STOCK OUTSIDE VANCOUVER.     PRICES RIGHT
Marshall Smith
The entertainment in the Baptist
Church on Tuesday evening was
of a purely religious nature. A. B.
Dixon took charge of the meeting
which consisted of singing and
meditation on tbat portion of the
Scriptures contained iu the IX
Chapter of the Acts, verses 1 to 22.
The reading of the lesson was
very interesting, showing of Saul's
Editor Dslta Times:
Sir:    Mr.   Frank   MacKenzie���
either "intentionally or through ignorance" ��� entirely  mistakes   the
i "raison d'etre" o; my letter of .Sept.
Oth.    Surely, sir, it is easy  for the;     Mjs_Dav.e
I most   disinterested   lo   understand, ju0.R'av   jroln
the hardship it is for country par- Vancouver
ents to be obliged to send their chil-1
dren  away  to  have them  taught!
high   school    subjects.      Children!     Mrs. D. A. McKee who has been
who   may   pass   at even  fourteen' av;ly S01*'e months visiting  friends
years should  be under the control |in Hamilton, Out.,   returned home
and guidance  of their parents and; on Thursday.
not  away  boarding  in some city.! 	
Then there is  the hardship of the
expense as well for so long a period.
I myself have paid $18 a momh for
the board alone of a cliild of thirteen.    Could it not  be managed to
have them taught here for, say, the
first two years?   I am told that it is
done or about to be done in On-
1 tario, and Mr. Pollock, the Princi-
I pal here last year, would have had
I a class for high school subjects had
there been  sufficient���this  he told '
me himself.
And now to answer  the  charges |
falsity
W. R. Ellis and wife and Miss
lirodie, returned from a visit to
Vancouver, yesterday.
Mrs. Carter and son, Mrs. Hays
and Miss M. Green were among the
Transfer's passengers on Monday.
P. H. MacKenzie, M. P. for
South Bruce, Ont., who is on a
tour of the Northwest, is a guest of
J. A. Paterson.
S. S.
satsosns
SONOMA.
Cured of Lame Back Aftet 15 Years
ot Suffering.
The  S. S. Sonoma  will  make
daily  trips  to New Westminster
during the DonM��ion Fair (Sept.
%y to. Oct. 7), leaving Ladner at 10
at.iu.  and & p.m;  returning leave
Westminster o.fi 2 y,m. and _vp.m.
The above vnU  not  interfere with
the   Ladner-Steveston   nm,   viz.:
l#aye Laduer at 4 at.m-and 4 gun.;
reave Sterestoa at (*-. ��.��. and 5
[ p.m.    A special trip will be made
to and ffom Steveston on Sundays,
[leaving   Ladner   at   8   a.m.   and
|, Steveston at  5, p.m.     Pasa_*nget*
intending to take ib th* Pair must
'ho 01  hand sharp on time as no
! tgLtne will be lost is leaving Ladner.
"I had been troubled with lame
back for fifteen years and I found a
complete recovery in the use of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm," says
John G. Bisher, Gillam, Ind. This
liniment is also without an equal
for sprains aud bruises. It is for
.sale by F. J. Mac-venae.
FIELD TRIALS.
Shooting notices.
Chlmberlalll 9 DUr-rhoei Kenedy.
HM��r.f,ii!��, ftit *.**��-.  Bs-*-****"*; iwe.Wv
The Hartest Home Festival iu
the Methodist Church on Sunday
last was well attended. Rev. Mr.
Hetberington's excellent discourses
mere much appreciated. The
church was very prettily decorated
for the occasion which throws great
credit, on th* decorators.
of untruthfulness and falsity "111-
conversion before Damascus; how it! tentionally or through ignorance."! The Gazette, of the 21st inst.,
is possible for God to confound the First. I certainly know that one of, declares the 4th, 5th and 6th Octo-
mightyin their own strength and! the teachers either had only a few ber uext .as holidays in all the pub-
to raise them up soldiers of Christ,  j days in a high school or so short (*���*- schools west of the Cascades.
After  the   singing   of   another: a time that I was justified in saying 	
hymn the meeting was thrown I "never attended auy but a country The meeting 0* the Farmers' In-
open to those present to comment!school." All honor to tbat same stitute) billed for last evening, did
upon the lesson when Mrs. Banton \ most capable teacher and the just! not materiaijze) tue speaker, W. A.
gave quite a nice illustration. | popularity enjoyed.   Second, Prob- Wils0.,   Government Superintend-
After   a   quartette  by   Rev. A. I ably fifteen is the  Principal's aver-
Banton, Miss Banton, Mrs. Barber j age attendance.    I   was  certainly
during the past few days; to put up| mi A Barber( short prayers and a! told   fifteen.     Third,   The   letter
"" hymn, "Nearer my God to Thee," j from Superintendent Robinson was
a very profitable evening came to a1 quoted   word   for   word   and   the
The Field Trials, this week, have
bten a great success. About 60
dogs bave been doing their best.
I ent for the Northwest, iailinj
; put in an appearance.
to
the royal birds. Dogs from all
over the Pacific Coast have been
here.    The Club gave a banquet,  c]ose
Jas. Gilruore, of Westham Island,
original may be seen at the Dki/ta \ has .urchased iSS acres on Lulu
Times Office by anyone interested.! Island, at -5150 per acre, while the
Fourth, The teachers at East Delta ��� Messrs. J. A. and Wm. Savage
who passed entrance pupils as I have addei J, Gilmorc's 84 acres to
quoted, and gave extra subjects their Mock of Westham Island real
were not the teachers at the dates. estate.
of Inspector Stewart's reports. Cer-
jtainly it is most extraordinary���1 Mr. Fred. L. Hacking, for many
Remember the Auction Sale of I "primary work crudely done, etc." ) years connected with the leading
Remember the only place to buy ! furniture, on Tuesday next, at the; ���result (some years later) oue pu- photograph studio of Vancouver, is
the "Genuine Slater Shoe" at Mont-j residence of C. F. Green, at I pil passed, last year, witb higher
real prices Ls at W. E. Sinclair's,! o'clock p tn., by H. N. Rich, auc-' marks than anyone in New West-
the Leading Shoe Store ol New i tioneer. This is an opportunity' minster, and others with '.'.igh
Westminster, *     which dues not Occt 1 every day.       marks this year.
last night, at the Delta Hotel.
1    Next Tuesday evening will be a
H. J. Hutcherson, T. Hume, W. j social entertainment, when light re-
J. Lanning,   W.  A. Kirkland, W. freshments will be served.    All are
H. Smith, aad P. McRae spent the cordially invited,
week on the Nicomekl.
now conducting a thoroughly up-
to-date studio in New Westminster
where residents of the Delta district
Should prociire l.ieir photograph*. * THK DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 190;
THE   DELIA   TIMES,    j GENEROUS  OFFER.
VUBUSHKD BVKKT   SATURDAY.
Subscription, S>LOO per year.
ADVKRTIRIKO HATS*.
M\i5&��W^ Ireaders of this ������v^y-
The   numlser   ol   linen
1 The following kind offer has been
j accepted, onbchalt of our taxpayers,
j bv our Reeve and Council, and
1 should prove of great benefit to the
A.  O.  U.   W.
Delta Lodge, No. 12 meets first
and third Tuesdays of each month
in Oddfellows' Hall.
W. C. P-vnus, M.W.
Gko. R. Manley, Recorder.
the Hi -st Insertion
���ukMitueut inaertiou.     r ���
nckcnetl by the space ���cropicd, 1. llu���� to the
lack.
antes tor Coal martial A*��rti,crae*t�� can bc
had ok application at this uifcce.
asadlni notices is c��Dt& per line for ��aoh in-
���artica.
Birth and math listless, 5��-, Marriages ��i.so.
Ast saecial astice, the object ol which is to
���repiate thc accaniary beaeiit ol any individual
��rc��,aupaay, ts he considered an advertisement
and charged sccardia.lv.
AU ad��artisMnaa*ts charged for antll ordered
��at aad paid tor.
Csrraspsudence iaTiled aa matters ot public
laici cat. Couimaaicatious to editor munt be ac-
Maipanied by aame af writer, not necessarily
%r pnblicatioa, bat an evidence ef good faith
���tarranpoadence must raach this uffice by Tbur.s-
*��y evaasug.
I.O.O.F.
To the Reeve and Council,
Delta Municipality, B.C.
Dear Sirs: I have been directed by I     Delta Lodge, No. 21 .���The regu-
the Corporation of the City of New i Inr meetings of this Lodge are held
Westminster to write and  say  that every  Wednesday  evening at 8 p
Gko. R.
MANl.BY,
Manager.
��ATUK��AY,   SRPTBMBER   23,    IQO5.
The Sonoma is advertised to give
-3 dully service to Westminster during the Fair.
in.    Visiting Brethren cordially invited to attend.
W. R. Ellis. N.G.
Dr. A. A. King, Se.-. ���
Westham street, from Delta
���street to the Bridge needs ms>cad-
Mjizing the worst way. Hurry up
#nd borrow the money so as to get
the needed road work done in good
shape. a
���The continued wit weather is
^��roviu4 disastrous to the large
quantities of grain standing in the
Shock. There is quite a considerable acreage on Lulu Island besides that in Delta district which
may, possibly, never be threshed
and if threshed will be practically
worthless.
The Brackman-Ker Co. are do-
jteg, under the supervision of H. N.
Rich, quite a large amount of improvement work around their granaries, and now it is up to the Council to put the Georgia and Chisholm
atreets in first class condition for
the heavy traffic which, of necessity,
jnust be taken over these roads.
as the Carnegie Library is now being established under a very firm
basis; we have competent attendants
in care of same, and are constantly
increasing our number of books, we
shall be very pleased therefore, to
loan volumes of almost everv description to ratepayers in your
Municipality, upon your Council
writing, (either the Reeve or any
member of the Council), a recommendation that the books would be
returned. With the books we are
expecting, we will have now about
5000 vo'umes to issue. Two weeks |
is the period a book is allowed  to!-***^^'^*^",'~*-^f;**>-**'��� *"**
C O. F,
Court Fraset No. 308, meets in
Odd ft Hows' Hall, second and last
Thursday evenings of each month
af 8 o'clock. Visiting Brethren
welcome.
A. YORKE, C. R.
I, HUME, R.S.
McRAE & Co
li!H
NEW WESTniNSTER, IJ.C.
A full line of English and Irish
Tweeds and Fancy Trouserings always kept in stock.
sS..*.^^.sS..***sS.**^#..5��.Ssss5.^..5..S..*.ss>^*.^^*..s>^Vs,
II
.J. HENLEY
remain out of the Library. We are
having catalogues printed as soon
as tbe large consignment oi books
arrives. I shall be very pleased if
you will convey the information to
the ratepayers oi your Municipality
that we are only too wiling to establish a Lending Library of the
books at our disposal.
Yours respectfully,
W. V. DAVIEvS.
Chairman Library Board.
Which Was Far Worse.
Willamson���Does your wife always have the last word?
Henderson���Well, il she doesn't,
old fellow, shelooks it.���Smart Set,
The attention of J. Simpson was
{drawn, the other day, to the great
benefit it would be to the roads if
teamsters would straddle the ruts
���with their heavy loads, and he immediately proceeded to do so. Now,
jf every teamster would iollow his
example for a while they would be
���very agreeably surprised, we are
sure, at the wonderful improvement it would make to the roads.
Pointed Paragraphs.
The woman who is an angel in
the parlor may be something else
in the kitchen.
If a man ever wants the earth
it is shortly after he starts on his
first ocean voyage.
There are times when a man
should lead and there are times
when he should follow; but he
shouldn't lead a fast life or follow
evil inclinations.���Chicago News.
I Horse Goods!
k Our Harnest and Horse Furnishings
fchave long pro-red reliable, aad they are
.i, built uot ouly for style but wear.
ji REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
I huqh Mcdowell,
i LAONEK, B. C
GILLEY BROS.,
DKALERS   IN
Wellington Coal,
Rosebank Lime,
Portland Cement,
Smithy Coal,
Sewer Pipe, Drain Tile,
Etc.
Steam Tug "Flyer" and
Barges tor Hire.
OFFICE: Front St. Phonk 1-6.
New Westminster, B. C.
c.
NKW WESTMINSTER,    :-:   B
Manufacturers of all kinds o*
Soda Water, Ginger
Ale and Summer
Drinks.
Your patronage solicited
Money
i. Loan
On First Mortgages.
-   $5,000   -
H. N. RICH, LADNER
FOR
Farm Implements
Machinery
Of Ail Kinds,
Bugglns & Wagons,
Bail Ties,
Gasoline Lamps,
Lubricating Oils,
Goal OH & Gasoline,
Or almost anything in that
line go to
J. 7. Stainton
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Aids
Nature.
Medicines that aid nature are always most effectual. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy acts on this plan.
It allays the cough, relieves the
iungs, aids expectoration, opens the
secretions, and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy
condition. Sold by F. J. Mac-!
Kenzie.
WHEN  YOU WANT
A first-class joint put up in first-class style
call or send your order to the
Delta
tat & Commission
Phone 9. Ladner, B.C.
TRUNK MYSTERY.
-W. E. Curtis, who came down
from Lowe Inlet on tbe steamer
Venture on Saturday night, has a
trunk, the travels of which are
pausing the police of Vancouver a
Jim.* ��ue.ss work. Mr. Curtis, when
he shipped at Lowe Inlet, checked
his trunk for Vancouver. When
lie landed there be with the brasses
to get the luggage, but there was
no trunk to be found. About the
Jime that he reported the loss at the
police station a truck man came in
apd reported having found thc trunk
among fhe lumber piles in the Royal
City Mills yard. The police went
down and found that the truuk���
Which was a dark complexioned
feather oue built on the lines of
f.p.English country getislemau���had
been ripped widely open and the
internal anatomy exposed to the
. weather. An inventory showed that
aeveral articles, including a revolver
aud a razor ha I been purloined-.
Wh*%t the police are trying to
figure out is how Mr. Curtis' trunk
got trom the Venture over to the
Royal City Mills yard.
Word has been received that
Bert Arthur, who has been residing
at Vernon for some months past,
will leave there, about the end of
the present month, or the Portland
Fair, after which he i! i turn
home. He is muc'.i im rove in
health.
Buggies*
If you want a portrait that will
be artistic and thoroughly good, go
to the photograph studio ot Fred
L. Hacking, Columbia street, New
iwe^ttajtister.
FOR SALE.
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 N^?h0^��m^
One Singer Sewing Machine, in
first-class condition; also a Lady's
Bicycle.    For particulars apply at
THIS OFFICE.
Lost.
One 4-year-old Brown Horse with
Diamond Brand on Hip.
Anyone giving information which
will lead to recovery of same will
be suitably rewarded.
A. D. PATERSON,
Inverholme Stock Farm.
Tenders.
Tenders will be received by the
undersigned up to Monday, Oct.
9th, for supplying six cords of 20-
inch sound body wood for the
Boundary Bay School.
W. J. BRANDRITH,
Sec. B. B. School.
Ladner, (Sept. 18th, '05.
i en ei of
lucorpocated 1869.
CAPITAL, - - - $3,000,000
RESERVE FUNDS,       - - $3,302,743
TOTAL ASSETS, - -        $31,183,625
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Savings. Department*
Deposits of $1 and upwards received and Interest Allowed at Highest Current Rates.
 50 BRANCHES.	
BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA���Vancouver, Vancouver
East End. Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Victoria, Chilliwack, Ladner, Cumberland.
R. E. WALKER, Manager,
LADNER, B, C.
H*--H*-4^*fr ffr ��� ���.*���-H-t-fr* ���>" ��� *fe t ���l'H-i4^VH*H*H*i->-fH*r'i;-r��*��
t    Delta Transfer Stable   j
| LADNER, B. C. |
*   SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND SADDLE HORSES t
ON SHORT NOTICE |
Team Work Done at Spaclally Low Prices. \
JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.
I
4-Telephone " Ladner " No. io. +
+-*_��� ��� ���!��� ��� -I- ��� ���!�����-!��� ��-H -H-t-H-H-H *H***H-+**H*-*H-*H'*<** **f 4***h4+*H*-
HELTA TINSMITH $HOP
The Place for Tinsmithing, Bath Tubs, StcTO
Pipe, Conductor Pipe, Roof Plates, and Everything Else in This Line.
Agent tor*
Gurney Foundry Co.^s Stoves.
P. D. Dod's Mixed Paints.
Yoho Bath Heater.
Just the thing for making water hot for washing dalty
utensils, scalding hogs, or for wash day. E-r-tqr
Farmer's Wife Should Have One.
ROBT. MAY
I
Westham Street,
Ladner, B. C.
.���g__Ljaw,L,.lJJ.ljl8'-
uU'-i-U*
Farmer,
V
ention i
Are you going to build this fall $
If so, you cannot afford to do so without
getting our prices.
Mixed Cars of Lumber and Shingles our
Specialty.
Give us a trial and be convinced.
HAZELMERE LUMBER CO.
GEO. M. THRIFT, Manager.
Hazelmere,       - British Coltrtribi*
ANOTHER CAR OF
Royal Household
Flour
___��� __tf _m ____r ' ____r
Just Arrived.
Bran, Shorts, Etc,
A Full Line of������
Fruit Jars,
Jar Rings,
Jelly Glasses.
0II1 IB tf 119
-AT-
HJ.Hutcherson's THE LLLYA TKvCLsi, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 190*.
���1._. 1-
amp
Lumher
Has been moved to Beaver .Dam, ��n ?the
Scott road, and is now prepared to supply
all kinds of Rough Eir Luai-b*r at reasonable prices.
O. 0. Dennis,
East Delta
utter
Visiting;
Plain or Printed
MADIA W��M I TO Pfi
'Ttme Table.
IN .EFFECT  MAY   7,  1905,
Train leaves Cloverdale at 1:10
p.m. and arrives at Port Guichon at
2:20 p.m.
Train leav-fc Port Guichon _t
2:4*0 noon and an ives .it Cloverdale
at 3 '-55 P-m-
Mondays and Fridays only.
There are two through passenger trains per day each way to and
from Seattle and a mixed train to
and from Bellingham.
BWITl
ImUj Gw
(Westminster Branch)
Time Table
Cars lefl-rc Westminster for Vancemver at 5.50
and 6.50 a.m. and hourly thereafter uaiil 11 p.
ui.; Snturdays and Sundays at ?i p.ai.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminsters at 5,50
aud 6.50 a. m. and hourly thereafter until 10 p.
m.; Hr.lurdays and Sundays at tl p.m.
FREIGHT  CARS.
We run firat-elasjt freight cars between Westminster aud Vancouver ��ud all shipments arc
handled with the utmost eare and delivered U
consignee without delay Special attention paid
to fruit shipments. Ou*. wagons meet all boati.
and trains,   l-'or rates, ett   apply t**>
A. BHILES,
Traffic Mgr,
Wegtwi niter, B. C.
R. OT.OTi'.R
ocal Mgr.
iw-W- mm*
m^^mm^*���    fkaggffjl _Mj _���������_��;��_
let Us Talk It Over*
Have yot, young tnatrer young woman, ever given the
future any consideration? Are you content -to drift along as
you are with a superfficial public school education which does
���not prepare you for earning your living.
'���There aft openings For young men in the business world
as ������t'sf'.qgrapbers or ele ks. Womeu are eligible for the same
pjs.t.oas. sViaat could youdo in such a position? Are you a good
,p-_iin��*iu? Are you rapid and accurate at figures. Can you use
Ithe type>vr ter so asto write $0 worcis per minute? Can you do
well th* many things that are required to bedone in the business offices of large cities?
���Unless you have taken a course in tht above you are uu-
���prepi-treH 'for office work except in a small village. We can
���prepare you for a good position���a position that will in a few
���mouths pay for your investment. Some of our iady graduates are��atfiing ?'ao a month and ever.
Tvliss W. K. Smith receives 40 per month from the
Hastings Shingle Manufacturing Co., as stenographer. Miss
Meuzie starts for the Vorksh're Guarantee and Securities
Corporation at $ffi. Several ure working fur the C. P. R.
at $30 per month and upward.
WE CAN HELP YOU TO A POSITION "LIKE THIS
I? yoa come to us and work hard If you want further;
proof of the way we help to positions write us and we will
.send you more names.
But don't put off. Every month you delay means one
month's salary lost. The sooner you .graduate the sooner
yen are in a position.
OUR SHEET STEEL
PRESSED BRICK
Is   an   ideal   covering*,   either  for   now
buildings or improving old ones.
IT tt YIRY EASILY AND QUICKLY APPLIED,
ClYE-m&FEGT WEATHER PROOF PSOTECTIOlf,
18 FIRE, LIGHTNING AND RU8T PROOF
AND COSTS VERY LITTLE.
Consider Its fine appearance ��� its
splendid enduring qualities���and slight
capenae���and decide to serve your own
best interests by using it.
Fullest details of information in our
catalog.
METALLIC ROOFING CO., limited.
Wholesale Manufacturers,
TORONTO, CANADA.
ROBT. MAY, Agent, ?r
LADNER. B. C.
W. N. Draper,   '
PROVINCIAL,  LAND SURVEYOR
Room 2, Ullard Block, New Westminster.
sCfiURCH   >:7*I!CE5.
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SA3NT.S.
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been
Sunday'
in-0X0111!:
Holy Communion -
8:30 a.m. ist Sniuiiiy
11 A.m.
Matins, it o'elocfk.
Evensong, 7.30 o'clock.
Sunday School at'-iS ;,.aa.
Friday, evening service 7:30.
Rev. Canon Hilton, vicar.
1
iimi.'
J1   dkj .-.   Crt   i'l'.f-
.11 rai.jg't'i! as 'follows:
\V.-.i;!o.s>.:.i:;, September 27.
(Westminster Daj.)
p. m, -Oisiclal opening- by T.tcix-
.'..:'*)    p.
ronco-bnsri fig.
7:.*iO p.  va.    Grand ��,l<*e;i_v_a.l .f!fani5i-
ition.
3-,ii(l -p.  tn,-   Grand   concert  in  the
Agricultural    IViiildin /    by .the Boys'
if .Naa.iiiiui,
Highland  dancing1 and
HighluiMl Pipers' Bund
iill..':l i
S:30
onoeri
1 nd
111.���
-. lie
.(ur'dsrv
lotober
in,   Ov
! Lena,,; Gi i t,.;...
BoibifUere, K. li
! ni* furnished by
lie;
Own  I'i iu
i Irish (iua
CATIT���;.TC
Reverend Father Kdm. Teyiavm,
O.M. I. Services first and third
Sunday of each-month at 10:30 a m
Benediction, 7:30 p in.
Rev. J. Wagner,
Parish Priest.
���HKT.UUIIIST.
Services next Lord's Day at 3 p. ni
Class  meeting, 10.30 a.m. every
Sunday.
Sabbath School  at 2 p m   every
Suuday.      Prayer   meeting   every
Thursday evening at 8.
Rev. J. 17 Betts, pastor.
ST. ANDREW S Pl'KSBYTERIAN
Services next Lord's Day at 11
a. in. and 7:30 p.m.
Sabbath School at 2 p m Midweek meeting on Thursday evening,
at ii'O'clock.
Rev. A, McAuley,
istor.
BAPTIST.
Sabbath services at Ladner at 7.30
p.   m.
Sunday-School at 10 a. in.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at 8
p. m.; choir practice at ii, jo.
Jas. A. Banton, pastor.
-s$��_
According tb The Commercial,
of Winnipeg, the visible supply of
oats in the United States and Canada, east of the -Rocky Mountains,
is 13,03*1,000 bushels, compared
with n,S24 coo bushels a year ago.
For Sale.
Prom 75 to 100 cords of wood, at
the Boundary Bav ranch. Price,
$1.25 per cord on the ground.
J. GRAUER.
mm wm
New Crop Now In Stock
HOME GROWN and imported
GARDEN. FIELD AND
FLOWER SEEDS
Wholesale and Retail.
Special Prices to Farmers' Institutes,
Thouauds of Fruit and Ornamental Trees.
RHODODENDRONS,      ROSES.
GREENHOUSE AND HARDY
PLANTS
new growing in my  Nurseries  for
Spring .planting.
Eastern prices or less. White Labor.
FERTILIZERS,
BEE HIVES AND SUPPLIES.
CATALOGUE FREE.
For Sale.
A  No. 1   f.'elotte Separator,
stalling larger one, same make).
For further particular? apply to
N. MITCHELL,
Crescent island.
.lo
M. G., -.".-a of 'i-n-
A. and B Co_upan"scS
,.: . .  V.:i.,: .-,* Ccvntuu /lit'*
���  11 rid  the wopld-r en-owned
.i.s  .ami.
-.,';<) ;].'.>.   -Mi'i-si- rai-in;".
3 p. in.���ICxliiljition of liroiitu biiht-
ing.
,'i p. m.- Open air concert Irish
Guards Band
i '!') p. m.���flrund electrical iUumi-
11 a lion.
8 p. in.���Qjien-air boiicei't, Ji-ish
G11.ads Hand;
Thursday,  September 'lti.
(Vieloiia  City   Day.)
10:.HO  a.   ni.--Coiieert,   U1sh-Guards.
JJimd.
I ]>.in.���Hoi-k... racing.
'.', p. m.���Conei'vi, ji-ish Guards Bond.
���3  -p.    m.���HttTloon    ascension    and
parachute    drop    by    Prof.    Frank
Brooks, Uiiii*; of the Air.
8 ji. m.���Opeii-dir concert, Irish
Guards Band.
Friday, September 20.
10:30  a.  iu.-~Coucert,  Irish  (luards
Band.
I p.m.���nVirse racing'.
K p. m.���Concert, Irish Guards Bfrnd;
3:30 p.  m.���Bron<so-biistic_f.
sT'^0 p. ni.- -Grand electri_al illumination.
8 p. m.���Open-air concert, Irish
Guards Band.
.Saturday^ September 30.
.(AiirevicaJi Bay.)
iO 'a. m.���Indian  band-contest  for
prize of $000.
10:30 a. m.���Demonstration of but-
terinaldiig-.
II a. in.���Concert Irish Guards
Band.
3 p. in.���Championship lacrosse,
Vancouver vs. New Westmiivsicr.
T:30 p. m.���liallf.011 ascension with
fireworks and parachute drop.
S p. iu.���Fiiml concert, Irish Guards
I land.
Sunday, October 1.
3 p. ui.���ililitary drumhead divine
service; massed bands of tiie Irish
(iuards, Royal Canadian Garrkon Artillery, Sixth liefjiment Duke of Coil-
naught's Own Rifles, aud His Majesty's war vessels Fg-eria and Shearwater.
iron day, October 2.
10 a. 111.���Indian canoe races.
11 a. m.���Indian .Hand contest.
���2 p. in.���.Military display; military
and sailors' sports.
3 p. m.���Grand concert, Fifth Regiment Hand, -Victoria. 13. C.
1*1:30 p. in.���Balloon ascension and
parachute drop.
. 4 p. tu.���Exhibition of bronco-busting.
7:30 p. m.���Grand electrical illumination.
8 p. 111.���Open-air band concert,
Fifth Regiment Hand.
lsl    il
in  the Indian
j s-.i:;.
n
in.
nml
Chum;
ci.nte:
lllsl
ll
p double scnll
r priv.e prc.-.ei i-
' ��� "I line   Minister
of Marine nnd Fisiieii,-s.
11:30 �� rn.- Auialaur tliree-inlle
viii;;1. senK ������::���;��� fi.v the ehainpion-
slii|i of British Columbia; silver pup
presented l>y .'..^ Mayor of New
Westminster.
2:30 p. in. Band concert.
3 p. m.���l.aciossc match
the ssiiinim;- tea.r,-- of the
nli'e.*i-ilv j.la veil.
id Sa
between
mulches
G
FOB BOYS
tli_ King.
\.NU G1RUS.
The pTof*-'-,imi��e tor the denionstra-
itiiins of manual training and domestic science in connection with the
] eilucaiional exhibit in the Industrial
jlifil has been arranged by the de-
i pari ment of education, as follows:
| Sept. 28���2 to -J p.in., domestic
science.
i Sept. 20- 11 to 12 a.m., manual
training; 3 to 1 p.m., manual training.
Sept. i.'.t)-- IJ to 12 ii.m., mainsail
training; 2 to 4 .p.m., domestic soi-
���e.nee.
Oct, 2���11 to 12 a.m., manual training; 3 to 4 p.m., manual training.
Oct. -3���2 to 1 p.m., domestic
science.
Oct. 4���11 to 12 a.m. manual "training; 3 to 4 p.m., manual training.
Oct. 0.���2 to 4 p.m., domestic science.
Oct. 0���11 to 12 a.m., manual training; N3 to 4 p.m., iiiilnnal framing.
H. II. Rinns -and F. Waddington of
Victoria and S. Northrop of Vancouver will be instructors in manual
training Miss \V. McKeand of Victoria will instruct in iloinestic science.
OARITsVLS   REAVE  SUNDAY.
The Capitals-will leave'Ottawa for
the coast on"Hun<Uiy next. ;En Toute
west the team will stop off at Winnipeg, and play tlie Winnipeg twelve
on Wednesday, September 27th, arriving at Mew Westminster on the
morning of theiioih.
THREE JURORS CURED
Of Cholera Morbus wiili One Stntt!
Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Mr. G. W. Fowler., of Hightower,
Ala., relates an -experience he had
while serving on a petit jury in a
murder case at Edwardsv'ille, county seat of CleLourne county, Alabama. He says: "While there I
ate some fresh meat and some ��ou��e
meat and it gave nie drolera morbus in a very severe farm. I was
never more sick in my life and sent
to the drug store   for   a   certain
Tuesday, October 3.
10 a. m.���Jiuli.'in Baud contest,
10t^0-a.   m.--Ritnd   concert, 'tilth
Regiment Band.
12  Noon.-���Formal  opening  of  the
stock  show  bv   lion.   Sidney  Eisher, i   ,    , .   , ,    .    ..       , ._.
Minister o_ A-rieulture for the Ro- j cholera mixture, but the druggist
minion of Canada. Isentmea bottle of-Chamberlaih1!
first  class  condition ,owner  is i*.i-.|.a&_^ Cholera ��rid "Diarrhcea Rem-
3 p. m.���Concert bv Fifth Regiment j edy  instead,  saying  that he   had
Bar-30 p. mr-Ovem* electrical -illumi- ^at I sent for, but*ttat this med-
nation. icine was so much better he would
7:30 p. m.-I',aUoon ascension, with        fa d   {    { ���     th   fix^r
fireworks and parachute drop.
S p. u>.���Grand concert. Fifth Regiment C. A. Band, Victoria.
Fashion StabSes =
Trucking aud Draying,
Livery work of all kinds attended to promptly.
Wm* Alexander
i.artner. B. C.
5000 Telegraphers
NEEDED
Annually, to fill the new  positions
created by Railroad and Telegraph
Companies.     We   want   YOUNG
' MEN and LADIES of^ood habits to
LEARN TELEGRAPHY
AND R. R. ACCOUNTING . . .
Wednesday, October 4.
10 a. m.���Canoe racing (open to the
world.) '   ,
10:30 a. in.���Concert, Sixth Regiment Duke of Connaugkt's Own Rifies
Rand, Vancouver.
2 p. m.���Grand parade of livestock.
2 p. m.���'lV.g-or-war between -Indian
teams (opcu to the world.)
o ]). ui���Concert, Sixth Regiment-
Tbike of Conuaught's Own Rifles
Band.
!1 p. m.��� Kxhibition of bronco-buSt-
ing.
SrtitiO p. ni.���lnterim*d-iate lacrosse
iw.tcn, Vnneouver vs. New Westmiu-
ster, for silver shield, presented by-
Sir Thoinas Dewar, IJart.
7:30 p. ni.--Grand electrical illumination.
7:30 p. ui.��� 1'v.Hooii'ascension flittih
fireworks and parAclmte drop.
S ���)>.  ni.^-(*;ien-aiT    cdr.ccrt,    Sixth
was in. I took one dose of it aud
was "better in *trv_ mwrtrtea. -Tbe
second dose cured me entirely. Two
fellow jurors were afflicted in tlie
same manner aud -one small bottle
cured the three of us?' For sale
by F. J. MacKenzie.
Shooting Notice:..
Mrs. Kemp, Deputy Suprentt
Commander of the L. O. T. M. O.
T. W., and daughter, teturned here
on Wednesday eve-iriiig.
Charlie Arthur'has found a small
Regiment Duke of Conmuight's Own j purse evidently thc property of a
KiM.es Hand. Ir ....-,
We famish 75 per cent, of the
Operators and Station Agents in
America. Our six schools are the
largest exclusive Telegraph Schools
in the world. Established 20 years
and endorsed by all le.iding Rail-
! way Officials.
We execute a $250 Bond to every
student to  lurnish  him
position paying from $40 to $60 r,
month in States east of tlie  Rocky
Thursday, October 6.
(Vancouver  fay,)
m.���Indian Band contest,
ii.   in.��� Band   cono.ort,   sSixtk
Gouna*.ighf*s Own
Sunday  school  scholar, who  may
recover same on application to him.
MI   HFNPV   VfliisC'i'iver Mountains, or from  $75  to $100 a
10 a.
10:30
Ueglment Bul.
K if let Bam'l.
2 p. m.���Grand parade of livestock.
3 p. in.���Lacrosse -mateb, Capitals
of Ottawa vs. Vaucouvvr.
3 p. in.���Band concert, Sixth Regiment Duke of Conuaught's Own Regiment Band.
7:80 p. 111.���Grand electrical illumi-
ot   her  a !+nvtion.
B p. 111.���Grand torchlight tattoo by
'the massed Indian bands.
8 p. 111.���Open-air concert. Sixth
Regimen! Uake of Cuihiaught-'s'Own
Kilies B-iiid.
*e
3010 Westminster Road,
I immediately Upon graduation. 'Sriday. October B.
i    Students can enter -at any'time. ; children's Bay.)
_fB
Vancouver  Business
Limited,
1149 Hastings Street,"   -    -    -    Opposite Prey,
ja. B, ElXIOTT��� Principe.
_s��i
I m..p\
tnee
Office
VISITING CAR PS.
 I No vacations.    For full particulars
i regarding any of our schools write
'direct to our executive office at
Cincinnati, O.    Catalogue free,
WKDDING STATIONERY.
DELTA TIMES OFFICE.
THE 16RSE SCHOOL Of MIGRPBY
Cincinnati, Ohio.        Buffalo, N.Y
I Atlanta, Ga. l.aCrosse, Wis
JTexsarkana, Tex. San Francisco,Ca
jo a. rn.���Indian Band contest-.
TO'-SO a. m.���Children's sports.
11 a. m.���Competitive drill, Boys' 1
Brigades of Vancouver 'and Sew ]
Westminster.
11 a. in.���Grand 'concert by the,
IliHiland Pipers' Band of Vancouver.
1'SO p. rn.���Concert, Boys* Brigade
Baiid of Nanaimo.
2 p. 111.���Grand parade of livestock.
3 p.   in.���Balloon    ascension,    and
parachute drop.
Colds
It��shouldt)eb��inie in mind that
every cold -weakens t'he Iukrs, lowers the \-italJty a��d pTepnre** U}e
System for the more serious diseases, among which are the two
greatest destroyers of .>iuman. life,
pneumonia *nd coustrliVptiOa.
Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy
���haswon its great popularity by its
prompt cures *of this most common
ailment. It aids expectoration, re- i
iievee the lungs and opens-tht
secretions, effecting a specily and
permanent cure. It counteracts
any tendency toward pneumonia.
-   Price 25c, Large Size S��c. TH'tf E>��LTA TIMES, SATpJ^DAY.. SEPTSSBSjBft -?$. ifia*
kOCAI* NEWS.
J. Grauer.came over tn: the s.;-.
Sououia on Wednesday,
Andrew Clausen paid Vancottyer
a business visit on Tuesday-
While Marshal} Smith is enjoy
iug, with his wife nnd family,. th��-|
balmy br-eeze,s and beautiful scenery
of California, lie has not forgotten
his Delta Iriends as is testified to by
! the handsome scenic postcards re-
ceived this week..
J. P�� McPherson paid a  business
visit to Vancouver this week.
Rev. A. McAuley spent, a. few
days in Vancouver this week.
The* dance, in  Oddfellows' Hall,
ast night, was a very successful af-
I fair, quite  a  number  turning out
| though it was quite.- late era-some
were  able   to   be  present.     The
music, which was- very  good, was
���wippiicd by. Messrs. Sutherby Bros
Miss   Kirkland   spent a   couple
_,ays in the Royal City this week.
H. Weaver and J. Peck, of East
IJelta, hare gone to Portland Fair.
Mrs, W.. A, Kirkland .yicl.daugh-
ters vjsiteid the Royal City ot-,. Monday,.
Jas. McQ.allau weut over to Vancouver on Tuesday on a business
visit.
J. W. Hpllinshead and'F, J, Mc-
Ilenaie- visited Vancouver on Wednesday.
. F. Wade, of Vancouver, spent
the past week visiting J. P. Mc-
BtersoJRs	
H. IS. Wilson, and N_ A\ McDiarmid took in tbe Langley Fair
this week.
The Harvest Thanksgiving Ser-
vicis in All Saints', last Suuday,
were very bright and the music
well rendered. The services were
fully choral. The church was very
beautifully decorated for the occasion. The services were enjoyed
by, large-congregations..
The last Sabbath in September is
observed as Children's Day in the
Canadian Presbyterian Church,
printed programmes of. whioh are
given to all the Sunday school
scholars. The service will he. held
at. East Delta next,- Sabbath and in
St. Andrew's, Ladner, on the first
Sabbath in October at 3 p.m. A
cordial iuvitation is extended to all
members, adherents and strangers.
W. H: Taylorr wife and family
returned from the Royal City on
Saturday last.
Wanted.
Man to.work.ou Tar-m, must be
good milker
.   For further particulars apply
THIS OFFICE.
Miss B: Crake, of New Westmin-
afe-r, is visiting Mrs. D. Gunn at
Boundary Bay.
R*sv. J; K, Betts accompanied his
ipn, Harold, to the Columbian College on Monday.
Walter; Betts- came- over from
Tf-ncouver, Saturday, on a short
-wait to his parents.
Miss- Wshitworth took ia the
fipuad trip via Steveston and-West-
Zftinster.: on, Wednesday.
Mja. T. W,. Foster returned home
qp Saturday evening and,has made
inch improvement as to be able to
r."}is|>ense.with the.-nufse.
Tom Jor$a��. wa^> out*,on, Thursday after having: been confined to
the house for some days with a. very
,*$ye.re attack of tonsilitis.
Fris-aids* of W. Witter -will be
j-jleased to Mar- that he is much im-
uroved, after a very severe illness
which hid him up for some days.
Mrs. Russell- will be pleased to
show the Ladies oft Ladner and vicinity some of the newest styles in
Fall Millinery,
Monday   and   Tuesday,
Sept. 25 and' 26V
at thti.Hiclty's Hotel.
MRS. J.luSSEtt,
Vancouver,, B. C.
THE CASH STORE
New Westmmsfceif., B. C,
White
Bearskin Coats
$2.50, 3.25, 4.00,
5.00 6.00 eaoh,
All Styles for Ages up to 4 years.
111UJ LU.-U"'���-')   I i'i a
Whea You Want to Slrlp or Store-Your Produce or Live Stock.
>*S*
'SL-ki** m m*���t%%ivt3
Capacity 5Q0> Tons
CLOTH REEFERS and LONG COSTS
Over 300 Garments' in stock and more to
arrive.
.Little Ones from $1.90 up to $4.00.
Larger sizes from $2.75 up to. $7.0.0..
VERY SWELL 0-ERMAN JACKETS for Chil-
dreay from 4 to. 12 years, at $4.50 to $10
each.
NEW. COSTUMES AJ��D JACKETS arriving
every few day-si
400 Beautiful Dress Skirts,
all sizes up to 36 bands;
ALL PRICES FROM
Warehouse
SUM
See our Stock before the fair.
T. H. SMITH.
L-, Giffbr^,,wiho.iSt laid up wjth
tfphoid feypr, took a turn for the
Ttforstithiss w#*k,. and ��� thiugs.looked
rather br.d for a while. He is improving slowly.
Alex Davie and wife left, Thursday morning, via Steveston, on a
tuisit to the Portland fair. A. C.
Ijatejsoi. ��nd wife, parents of Mrs.
LJavit;, accompanied them.
Krastus Monkcaan w-^s taken up
tp ^fty-al Columbian Hospital, on
Tluesday.. suffering! frwm a. severe
attack of;t-,-,phqid. Mrs. L, Monk-
man, who bad undertaken the care
qf him here, went up to Westmin-
. Syter on. W.ed nesday,.,
Friend* of Robt. May will regret
tp learn that lie was taken sudden-
3rV ill,. Burly Xhuisdav morning.
Mrs.. Olaiy, beiii,g away at. the time
placed hjUJin a. very awkward, position,, t&ftre being no. on*. to,look
^ften=the -store. We are pleased to
���*rnto-that,hs- is about, all right again
AUCTION SALE
FURNITURE & EFFECTS,
Comprising :; 4 Bedroom Sets. Box
Mattresses, Bedsteads,. Gents'
Chiffonier, 3 sets Toiletware,
Sofa Lounge, Easy and other
Chairs, Extension Dining Table,
���> Centre Tables, Music Cabinet
, and Stool, Sideboard, Bookcase,
Secretaire, Carpets, Druggets,
Mats, Matting and Linoleum,
Hat Rack and Umbrella Stand,
3 Stoves, Heater, Curtain Polfr
and Blinds, 3, Angle Lamps,
No.- Q-. McClary. Range, Kitchen
Tablas and Chairs,. Bath, Pots,
Pans and Crockery, Waldron
Washing Machine. Wringer^
Wash Tubs and Boilers, Sets of
Irons, Self Sealers, Lawn Mower,
Garden Tools, Lady's Side Saddle and numerous Miscellaneous
!   Effects which
"M"R. H. N. RICH has received
instructions-from C. F.Green,
Esq , to SELL BY AUCTION, tit
his residence, in the Village of Ladner, on
Tuesday, Sept. 26, '05,
at i o'Clock p.m.
Tbe Auctioneer calls special attention to this genuine sale ot Furniture*.
Tkrius Casiu
DOMINION
EXHIBITION
.SOS-Sept. IT to Oct. 7-1905
Under  the  auspices  of tlie  Royal Agricultural   and Industrial Society,
New Westminster
British Columbia.
Stupendous   and.  comprehensive  array  of Exhibits representing the resources of all Canada.
IN    PRIZES    AND
ATTRACTIONS
$100,000
$100,000
Eu'krgttjl grounds, new, handsome
aud;, 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.
Space 24,000 Square. Feet
RATES   QM  AFPLi^JWiON*
OVERHEARD CONVERSATION-
"I'm going to get my nest suit at Mc-
Pherson's. I have seen a lot of McPherson's*
clothes and they all fit and wear well.
That's right, Boys. Get wise and patronizes
home industry and get your money's worth. You
have a chance to try on your suit and if it. don't
fit don't take it.
Jb
a
n
m*son
Ladner, B. C.
III! WjBBjJ I.
At nominal cost,, private individuals, or business;
men can put their important papers and valuables in a
secure and convenient place.
his is at boon ta 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 a  $3.&& por year..
Westminster Trust & Safe Deposit Co.,. Limited.,,
Authorized Capital, $25,000.
DEPOSIT VAULTS AT THK OFFICE OF
F. J. HART & CO.,
New Westminster, B. C.
rum
Mrs, L t Bajrftm,
\Joice. and Piano
Pupils prepared for Concert.Chnrch |
and Home.
Special Attention. Given to Voice-
placement,  Tone-production
and Expression*.
CHAMPIONSHIP .AQUATIC AND LACROSSE EVENTS,
Horse Racing, Broncho "Busritigv" Military Parades and Exercises.
RO&AL IRISH GUARDS and other Famous Bands.
GRAND WATES. CARNIVAL���Parade of Fraser River fishing fleet
patrol boats, H. M. warships, Indian wan canoes, etc..
INDIAN SP��RTS.
For   all   information   write   W.. B.   KEARY,   Secretary   .and
Manager., New Westminster. B. C.
The White House
For. Terms and Lesson- Hours Apply   at   Temporary    Residence,, ...     c.���.f
! Carries a Full Line of Ladies' and  Chil
dren's Ready-to.Wear. Goods.   It would pay you
I to call and Inspect Qm ��tosk*
$.rer^thuig at Jyj_p��fc R-easonafele PriQQ&s
A. J. Birtch
I^T^w Wes.tmin^terjj
BUFFET
NEWS IN   BRIEF
The Buffet has achieved a wonderful popularity In Dining Room Equip-
jment.   These
SIDEBOARDS   IN   MINIATURE
Coaibnits aJi tJK*. conveniences of tlie laryer pieces without their
idativcly higher cost.    We are- showing a sglendi<i
range ln
GOLDEN  QUARTERED  OAK,
Selected grain-and beautifully ffntehed at from  *0->  each.
Send fur our General CataloSue-FREE. ��fi        upwards
^iarilHBir����4r;
SoME*.iM0YEl':A'.p'.CUiB FURNISMERS'-'.VICTORlA. 8: C

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