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The Delta Times May 26, 1906

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Array Vol. 3. No. 38.
Summer Necessities
.Ladies' Cotton and Lisle Thread Vests from 10c to $1.
Ladies' and Children's Cotton and Laale Thread Hosiery in Plain an
ancy Lace, Tan and Black, all sizes.
.8ee otir line of Jap Silk Waists at $3.50.
White Lawn Waists from $1.00 to $3.00.
Black Lustre Skirts, Lijfht Grey Tweed Skirts, Just .Arrived.
Children's Wash Dresses, age 3 to 14 years.
Wash Goods of every description.   Laces and Embroideries.
Finest range Ladies' WhiteWear ever shown here.
Ready Trimmed Hats for Ladies and Children, only one
Hat of each stole shown.
Oh Tuesday last, at Delta Hotel,
the marriage of Beatrice, eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Welsh,  to  Frances  V.  E., second
! son of the late Mr. L. Guichon, of
j Port  Guichon, was celebrate 1   by
I Rev.   Father Wagner, in the presence of a  large number of friends
J and invited guests.
1    After  the ceremony the nusaer-
l *
otts company, headed by 'li*- hap-
py couple, marched into tke spacious dining hall where the wedding
j breakfast was partaken of by upwards of fifty couples who sat down
t, a sumptuous repast.
On the arrival of the S.S. Transfer,   the   happy  couple left, 'mid
��� skewers of rice and eld shoes, on a
: honeymoon trip taking in  Vaucou-
Council   met   in   the   Council
The  teacher and scholar, of the'Chamber  on   Saturday,   May   ie,
public   school   celebrated   Empire witI*- the Reeve, W. If. Ladner, im
Day iu a splendid way. The
school house wa-. decorated with
flowers and fhgs. 'i he L'nien Jack
was handsomely drawn on the
blackboard, also the Map Leaf
and Beaver. The scb.l.r. -.ave
excellent recitations beaiiug on
love and loyalty to the Empire and
to Cannda. Addresses were delivered by Rev. A. McAulav and John
Oliver, M.P.P. A large number of
the   parents   and   guardians were
the chair, and Couib. Gibbie.
Davie, Paterson, Hull and Embree
?vlinutes of previous meeting
were adopted as read.
From li. C. Brice, assistant Engineer G. N. R., re gravel pit. Received and filed.
From A. E. White, Secy, of N.
W. Board of Trade,  re Tramway
present.    A hearty vote ef thanks <fension meeting.    Received and
Men's Department.
You need a new suit for Empire Bay.
Don't laave it till the last minute, come in
and try one of our new "Bromley" Suits on,
the Finest Fitting Clothing on the Market.
Men's Tweed Suits, new cut, best trim-
es, at
mings, etc s all
Boys' 2 and 3-pi
1.50 to 7 dollars.
7, 8, 9, 10, 12 to -15
Suits, all sizes, from
i. .<��� .17'Q.
-jV_/ _. O
_...' il c.
j ver, Victoria and the Sound cities
: extending over a period of about
j two'weeks.
The bride was dre.fid in cream j
crepe de chene trimmed with white,
ribbon and chiffon and her travelling, dress was of greeu cloth.
_4i.- Jo:ie Guichon, sister of the
was tendered Mr. Mclntyr, for the
excellence of the work doue to
make the occasion so great a success. Mr. Kittson filled the chair
with satisfaction to all. The children were treated, by our worthy
member, John Oliver, to a bag of
candy at the close. The proceedings dosed by singing   "God Save
the K
From H. N. Rich. Secy., D. A. S.
asking f.r a grant of $.��oo toward*
expenses of holding aa aunnal ex-
bibitien.    Request   granted.
The report ofthe Medical Health
Officer was received and filed.
The Reeve,   Finance  Committee
and Clerk were authorized to sign
a promisary note  with  the  Royal
Bank ol  Canada for $a,��oo under
the Temporary Loan By-law.
The following acconnts were or-
naegroom,   acted  as   bridesmaid, ;dered   paid:     A.   Barber,   $.9.35;
T. H. Oliver acted as best man and      Tht *3:"���^ ��f the 24th ef M_, j Ja,    ^ fajit   H.   Frazer,
little Ruby Welsh and Myrtle Kirk-  broke cVar and bright, giving every j $6.75; T. Cosulich. $20.25; W. A.
land as flower girls.    The gjoom I promise ef a rise in  the barometer Gilley,    $165;    Delta   Meat    and
presented   the   bridesmaid   was   a f ���,i the spirits ot hundreds ef chil- Commission      Co ,       ..2.75;      C.
haudsome   gold   bracelet, the best j ,__,_   ,-    .   ... ^ .-       ., ,,      Beai'es'.on        ___ 21 ���        Marshall
"   .. j urea  (.1101  tu mention   ;hose oloerl '       r."*8 <        -���������_�����_*
wan with a stick pin set with pearls.,
5  .- flower girls with rings s;t with
��� ������������_:.l.:s sind the bride wilh a gold
wat -Js.
Following i
Mrs-. T,. GuHsou. mo
groom, household lin*u
Mr. and Mrs J. W. Welsli, parents of the bride, cherrywocd bedroom sti ite ami oak chair.
Mamma hikI Ruby, mother a. c
sister ot the bride, silver teapot and
Misses   Guichon,   sisters  ol  tbe
_i list ofthe pre*cuts.
"ier of tl
(not  to  mention
children  who look   forward   to   *'Saihh' &��� W* r~ McBride Ea-
,   ,._ ,, I tate, 3.4.5*;: Grant & Kerr, $80.83:
noliday as well as  tue  youngsters)   ,- rr, ,.,, *.���<-.
' '..*..*'  KwoMg   Toug   Chong,   $7.50;  C.
in the Delta district went up in Hi__betger, $2.25; J. Scepinich,
auticipatiori of what was to come! $34.87; C. Simpson $30.37; Geo.
j later iu the day. Soon after 91 Ormiston $65: John Simpson, $21 ���
'o'clock a general stir 'couW be 37! Wharton^ Collisow, $75.37. L.
j noticed and shortly after every kindj Mo,km,n' &7oSr> Jo** .J-0"*"'
j _t vehicle could be seen making off1 *53*99. VJftrtjnolick. $'73, School
j iuthe direction of Boaudarv Bav. j Board Aj��Ptr*1* '33-
j By 10 a.iu. tbe village of Ladner Coun|PB*n adjourned to meet
! had a   most deserted look and tlie *s'i[a on Ju,e 9- *-��6' at 2 P-��-
'last of tbe  well  filled wagons hid      !   """  '
I taken iti departure;    Sad to relate,! home and by  6 o'clock nearly ev-
groom', china tea set,   drawn  work ithe bright sliowiog ef the  merning erybody had departed.
in.iiii-.eil f( r   tbe
The football game resulted in a
iiiii for Westbaw Island, three
goals to Ladner's nil, and was
played in spile of tha rain which
had l>v tliis lime come on quite
Several cases New  Lines added  to   our
This is where we excel,
stock this week.
��ee our "Traveller" Shoe for Men in Tan and Black, Osfords and Bals. at
the Popular Price, $4.00.
Royal Purple Shoes for Women.
and sideboard cover. was not   te  be ui
T. Guichon, senior brother of the I skv   clouded   np   and  those   "bo
_��� i i
1 groom, silver crumb tray. j were still on the road at ii o'clock
Harrv,   Felix   and   Victor Gui-;_ad  tke  benefit of faciiijj- a   brisk
| ebon, brethers ��t the groom, couch,  shower.    Luckily tbis  did nut last
j     Philip    and    Alfred     Guichon,   loug and a change of wind brought
J brothers   ef  tbe   grooss,   tapestry  e��eryone'.-i hopes for a fine after-
table cover, jnponup again.    Soon  after uoo,_*,| tjje Baud kept things lively till the
CharlieandSidneyWelsh,brothers , many  little groups ceuld  be  seen  rajn druVe tbem to hunt a more se-
arge ef the brule, salt and pepper shakes,  clustering under the trees iu   Pat c.uded spot than the wagon which
i     Mr.   t-tid   Mrs.  J.   Guichon,   of Whelan's  pastures ancl the smoke; ^y  ^ad converted, tor  the time
' Quilthen.i,   uncle   ot   the   groan,  of the   camp fires   indicated   that  bcins, into a bandstand
table linen. | those baskets, hampers, boxes, etc-
Mr. L.  P.   Guichon,   Quilehena, j which, until now,  had reposed un-
Miisi;:  during the afternoon   fey
Marshall Smsi
\ cousin of the groom, carving set.      der the seats of the rigs, were like-
Mr. and Mrs.   Meuenteau, Kam- i ly to be lightened of their contents.
loops, tabic linen, |     At 1:30 the programme ol sports,
Mrs. and Miss Mereus, Spences', getten  np bv the cemmittee,  was
Bridge, table linen. ��� well   ��in_er   wiy   and   the   track
Mr, and Mrs.  J.  Tait,  Spences'| marked by a throng   of people on
Bridge, lace curtaias.
Mr.   and    \\\a.   Key,    Saanich. I melodious  voice on   a megaphone
silfer cake basket. calling for starters  for the various
Mr. and Mrs J  Hagan, Saanich,; races.    Space   will   not   permit   a
Great credit is dne to the baseball teams of tbe Laduer school
who gained the prize for the best
decorated wagon, others looked
very gay with flags aud bunting,
but lor extended headgear onr fellow townsman, Thes. Thirkle, cer-
��� ii.....--��,  - i...u��s   w.  w,_ ... .ui|i]r l#ok tbe ctke
leach   side   from start  to finish,   a
Rev. D. B.. Scott, of tke Nova
Scotia Conference, is a visiter at
The Parsonage and will preach at
both services in the Methodist
Church to-morrow, ale* at Si.
Stephen's Church in tke afternoon.
For tke past few yeas* Mr. Scott
kas resided in Salt Lake City, Utah,
aad haa for the past few weeks
been visiting hie son,, Rev. D. W.
Scott, of Trout Lake City. Lardeau,
and attending the B. C. Conference
.recently held, i a Victoria.
Mr. Scptt has become so enraptured with.B. C*. that he has ai-
jrauged te take tip his residence in
Victoria and will bving bia family
at once to the home he kas ajready
secured tliere. Only one thing
better, which is, come to Laduer in-
The S.S. Sonoma leaves Ladner
at * a.m. and 4 p.m.; leavei Steveston  at 9 a.m.  and 5 p.m.    Ivcr_r|
day except Sunday.
The  ladies of All Saints' Guild
are jetting Up a Culico liall  fer tht
I first of June, whicn will be   held in
DINNA FORGET ��� That   thejthe  Town  Hall, coram...dug  at 9
"'Populai    Place'"   ta    have    yeurjp.m.    Au admission fee of 50c per
PhMo  taken is at the Royal Studio, j kernel will   ae charged and lefresh-
New Westminster.    You can havei ������_., ierved free.    See poe'.ers.
your   Phote   on   Postal   Cards ori .	
Cloth.    First class werk at second!
and the finish  of the teachers' race
certainly  took  the  omelet  nut  to
' mention the fun cause- by the sack
silver I races, wheelbarrsiw races, etc. etc.
card receiver. 1    The Bandsman's race  was quite
Dr. and  Mrs.   King,   silver  bon ', an exciting afimir and the long a lid
bon. : the short ef it  was   Barber, first;
,     Mr. and A. C'nerrill, Vancouver,: Calvert,   s.cond,   with   Ladner   a
Never before has se large a crowd
assembled at Boundary Bay. some
estimating that upwarda of a tkeu-
sand were   present aad it   speaks
lengthy  description   ofthe thirty | ^ fw thm tUt th#T ,tood th,
discomfort of tke rain which spoiled
thc latter part of thc day, with sack
good nature. Doubtless we skonld
be accustomed to rain in tbis country bnt, nevertheless, oae daea aot
want it oa a holiday.
Westham Island turned out ia
i full force.
Japanese tea set,
Misses 1 lagan, Vancouver, silver I odd events, but among others the
biscuit iar. i races for  the  Hit le  tots nnder five
F.   Rev. Mnmette Lake,   $20  in ! years, one ot the three-legged races
T. H.   Oiiver,   best man,   silve
berry spoon.
Cspt.   and    Mrs
(class prices.
BRAN, SHORTS, Whole Corn,
Cracked Corn, Rice Meal, Chit
Uice, Chick Feed, Timothy sad
Clsver . Seed", Suttoa's Gardei.
and Field Seeds may he obtained
at Brackman-Ker Milling Co.'s
warehouses, Ladner, trom Mr.
TI. N. RICH, Local ARent.
Rev.   Canon   Hilton
ftiends in Victoria.
Three cars ef lumber for Winni
peg ��n_ one car of shingles lor Ne
bracks. U. >S. A., lelt I>';t.; San-
mill _sn Monday last.
is  visiting! gilver salts. i good third.
I     Mrs. and Miss Eligh, Vancouver,;     After thc races cam
_ ; silver butter dish.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Eligh,  Vancouver, silver butter dish.
Mr,,   Mrs.   anl   Miss   Watson,
New Westminste-, silver cake tray.
J. Burgess, $5 in gold.
J. 1. Elliot, dining room table.
Pnre Extracts: Strawberry, Rasp*
berry,   Almond,  Cherry,   Orange,
a most ex-1 &c���W. H. Smith.
citing  game of baseball,   Girls vs.
Hoys, the latter paining the victory
by 20 to 19, although the girls did
some most Temaik^bly   good work.
'_uror Onl.!;;. Ci.
According to a New Orleans despatch    three    ca��e_   of   leprae?
I'tiioitutiatelv, the rafn came on | Lave been success ully treated aad
again and Irom the lo_k ol the sky! discharged cured. Tnis come* as a
had every intention of getting j great bleaaing and it is to hoped
heavier, which  had   the   effect ot the treatment will be adopted  ia
-.in! Wliocining .ouffls,      i
(Co^ti,nued on  Second Page.)    'starting  seme   ol
crowi*.   for this province, TPE DELTA TIMES, SATXJRDW,
Publishku i-.yhry SATURDAY.
Sudscrii'Tion, SU*) por yenr.
Casual A_T-rttaat_*j_ta, ia ai-a-a per liu. lot
tfs. f.i-.. iv. rtieti. aad.tan-apat U*_ (L,r *'"1'1
��,j��,is-*ii��s-r.i inisoil-.fiii. The iiuwirs- r al liu- ���
MtkoneS by .'"<  ��|...ce oecapia-t, i.l-aaaie Hit
n.i.s lar ._iMmer<_���1 Advar_iaamiBta aan bt
kas. OH i,<|iwrr.h nl tali, aft...
Kaar!i��_ natiaai i. ..nt- ,��t Im*? lar t��--i in-
Bi'rta ami lin.lliae.ie.-. jae., Marriagt s.i.aa.
[Continued   fn in lirst Page.)
buckeye   carving i
sYarsliall  Smith,
Percy   S__i-b,
Mr. au.l   Vrs.
brmi/c clock.
Mr.   ard   Mr*'.
__r.   and
butter dish.
Mr. and Mrs. W
silver teaspoons
Any spatial aotict-, ia. o-j��;t ��i whichutoj     Mr.and Mrs. McCullough, Nana-
frarmta Ihe patiiuiarj'..lactt ��l ui-.v iaUi.ului'1 �����
or ceinpany. to be coaaiilared ��a a.veruaeiaeat   \mr,   silver kuive*   and forks.
Kev. 1. 17 and  Mrs.  Betts,   head
Ii Iff I NM.
A.   Clausen,  cu.
Mrs.   Leonard,   silver
A.   Kirkland,
VAXCC.  '. KR.
Business in grain and feed is fair, <
... . |    We take  this opportunity of m-
uiKi tbeie is no change in prices. ,. .
���,       . o i   . i    i-       _.       forming the public that the business
Toronto ��� Selected    live   hogs b        "
,     ...     -  , _._        i   f ._,   _._;_.. I formerlv carried on  by the late W.
and   tats,   Jso.75
fetch   i.7;   lights
p_T 1 c o Lbs,
ml vharvail ns-H^-Siuglj
All n_.ar_i-��-i<.BU churte.!  fer uatil ard.r-
Calico   Dance, Tow 1   Hall, Laduer, June 1, 1906. at 9 p.m.
A.   O.  U.
Delta Lodge, No.
out and aaid for.
--.rraapoadasiea iavited ou waiters at i.sibiu-
Iatavtwi. Coi-mii-tic���.-��������� to e-itar want be ac-
aompaniad by aHiae of writer, a��t aece-Kirily
fcr im-h-aac-u. hut na e-ldaacc -I* fcuoil faith
./_.rrr.|vsaHaaiar Niiiat r_���C��� '.Kin ��_ur hy Tlmr.
ims aaanhag.
1 rest.
Gno. R.
Man lev,
Miss Foster, cut glasswart*.
Mr. and Mis. Charley Fonjj
table 'loth and chiuuware.
Mi��s Leslie, silver butter knife.
Mr. and Mrs  T. li. Smith, New
Westu.inster, sofa pillow.
Mr.   and   Mrs.   T,   \V.   Foster.
recking chair.
Mr. and Mrs. Steves, silver hread
Miss    Whitworth,     sliver    i.uit
Miss Bnghtmau, wiue set.
Miss A. McKeazie,   silver sngar
T. J. Trapp,  New  Westminstei,
ivory haadlrd carving aet.
Hugh McKay, rocking chair.
R. Sims, .diver puddiag dish.
Hugh   McDowell,   silv.r   spaan
help themselves  and  each other as j ,ray.
well as keeping down the taxes, by      Rebt. Stokes, cak. plate.
12 meets first
ami third Tuesdays of each month
in Oddfellows' Hall.
Thos. Todd, M.W.
T.  W,  Kf.kk, Recorder.
_W\ WNl-AV, MAY   26,  1906.
It would be a good ideate eerdu-
r��y a portloa of the road used by
the campers and ethers going ta
aad from the Bay.
We wonld draw the attention of
���ur readers to an article ia thc
Farmers' Advocate of tlie 16th iast.,
entitled "Improving Clay Reads,"
���which   shows  how farmers  might
l.O.O F.
Delta Lodge, No. 21.���The regit- I
lar meetings of this Lodge arc held :
every   Wednesday  evening at S p. ;
in.    Visiting Brethren cordially invited to attend.
k. C. Abbott, N.G.
W. H. Tayi.ob. Sec.
George t Martin,
Barrister   and   Solicitor,
Guichon Block,
(Colatuhia  aad   McKtaai.   -strcata)
L. McBride will uow be worked on
a cash bysis, by whioh means we
shall be better able to give every
satisfaction, both as regards price' _��
and quality. The stock has, a.-- +
cordint/lv, been marked down at 1 ���!���
greatly reduced prices, an inspection of which is cordially invited.
Thanking our nuiiu-rous customers  for  their   kind   patronage and
isupport in the past, and hoping, bv
'strict  ullention   to  business, to   be
favored with a continuance  of the
I same.
Vouis faithfully,
Delta Transfer Stable
Team Work Done ai Specially Low Pricea.
JCSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor,
Telephone "Ladner" No. 10.
.the judicious use af a split-log-drag.
We  are pleased te state that it
has finally been decided to hold the
High  School  Entratc. Exams. _t|
Ladaer, for the District af Delta, on !
June  7th   next, commeacing  at  9
o'clock a.m.
W. H. Siddal cut glass.
VT. H. Wilson, silver bon bos.
Dan Kenny silver pickle dish.
F. J. MacKenzie bottle of perfume in case.
A. T. Fswcatt, silver salt and
pepper kkal es.
Fashion Stables -
Trucking and  Draying.
Livery  work  of all  kinds attended to promptly.
Port Guichon, B.C.,
March 29th, 1906.
W. N. Draper,
*���������_ 1, s-t-Ur-i ���-�����_.. K��w W-_tt._-.iB.--.4ir.
McRAE & Co
Chicken Time!
If you contemplate buying, an Incubator or
Brooder you cannot do better than to get pricea
off the Ladner Agent for the CHATHAM.
Westham Street, - La.!ner., B. C,
l_t_;ic,r. B. C.
A star/ is told of a Geiaisn, a
Scotchman aad au Irishman who
were tag.ther, when  Sawaey said | Meat    and   PotatOCS
! to Hans, "II ye could'na be a Ger-' ������
This  is  a   treat imprevent over ,   .v,  ... c   _ ,       ,. _
* * man, what?      'A ,Scotchmaa,    was
theo!��M'ster��i. It will new be un-| the prompt aad grace.nl answer.
necessary for candidates to beab-|"If you could not be a .t'cotch-
sent Irom their homes over night.     ! maa?"    "A   German,   _'   course.'
A lull Hue 01   English aad Irish
Tweeds and  Fancy Trouserings al-:
ways kept in stock.
.MarfKiraiad ISO*.
A. Clausen spent Sunday in the
Terminal City, rctHrniiig home on
Monday morninj;.
is tei-
ls not as bad us he is-tepreseated.
He only holds up the C.P.R. every
two years, while the C. P. R. holds
up the people every day.
As a care for the caterpillar pest,
we have been requested to state
that : "4 ��its. ol Paris green ta 40
gallons of wster, or used iu combination with the Bordeaux mix
ture, will cere thc caterpillar
Then both turning to Pat .lemand- j
ed what he wauld cheese lo b- if;
he. could not b* an Irishmaa ?;
"Faith," answered Pat, "if I could |
not be an Oirisliman I'd be ar.ii.n.1- {
ed of meself."
We can supply you with the finest quality
of the above articles at reasonable cost.
Remember th�� place
Itleat &
Phone 9.
Ladner, B.C.
A General Banking Business Transacted,
Savings Department*
Deposits of $1 and upwards received aisd Interest Allowed at Highest Current Rates.
Thaix. Marks
Copyrights &c.
Aarana nentlng n aketrh and deaert-..loii may
lutaklr asfwNiHi our opinion frea wfcetbar ail
i.TWiSaa Is arobnbly pustanta-ila. Cssinoiu-ilnn-
."UMriatl7a.3lnleaU._U HAHQ300K em I'ulmiU
_��_i. frae. 01-o.t iiifuney for leouruig paienia.
I'iiiaa_i takon tlir,-i_u_h Munn A (.. rvculve
��js.ii4-sl n��i_M, wain .ut cbuivu, Ui tbo
No grounds have been secured for
practice yet, bat the committee expect to have every thi ng ready to
start regular pructice next week,
aad hope ��.ll the Bovs will turn
out, there fcre stveral vacancies on
the team this vear, which must be
filled with new blood.
1 Is arobnhly ni-antalslo. Cu'
m/_-_une____. Hrt-D-00tfo
. Olt!o.t iiifuney for securing l
1 takon t.ii\,i_.h Munn A 0
.Im, wklmul cbiuvu, Ui tbo
Scientific American.
fi "naa-aaaialr Shi!i��r__ad wooUt- IJW-eat elr-
riilallnn <>f nny emi-Hs-Ua Journal. 1'erim, ._ ��
rear! tee* raontba, |t -W-by all nemxlaalcra
MUNN & Ca.86^���" Hsw Ynrfe
lli-_ii_b OrtlM. m V Bt- Wmibbwissii. D. C.
Ladner Carriage Works.
Practical Hor.seslioeing,
Carriage Building and Painting, and Genera! Jobbing of
All Descriptions.
We carry the finest class
nd Farm Implements at rock bottom prices.
i ���wi nam
iO. T BAKER, Ladner, B. C.
Kast End,  Mt. Pleasant,   Graavi
Nelson,    Rossland,   Victoria,    Vernoa,   Chilliwack.,
New Westminster.
Cfflj&'UMBIA���Vaucouver,  V
.illT Street;   Grand  Forks,  1
Cuu_.l_erh_i._i   an_
Ju��t Arrived^.
Court of Revision.
Bry Goods
The C_'.rt of Revision met in'
Council CVaambers, on Saturday!
tnoraingat ro a. as., with the fol-|
lowing members were present; Reeve
W. II. Ladner in t-fce chair, audj
Conns. Gibbie, Duvje, Pater;oa, |
and Huff. !
J. Kerr Wilson appealed   ajaiast I
his asseasn-serit on Lots 120 and 12H.
Assesaest Sustained; olso  on   t,ot
^39, assessment  lowerei.   Jt��6o  per
H. J. Cresswell appealed sRsinst
his assessment on I.amt 118, Lad.
'per.    Assessment sis-stained.
Marcella Nrabet- appealed a_jj*/inst
the assessment ��m pt, Lot 5S, Q. 2.
As-'sssment low.ied J,.oo.
There being no further business
the Cuiirt adjouri.pd sine die.
Tans, Oxfords &
Blucher Cuts
A Full Line ol
- Gents'  Furnishings -
is sfiii going on BargalnslNflN c)\\(\ BOY5'
in Every Line
Qet a Suit at Once,
"Jiamberlaio's Cough Remedy
������������ OeMa, Cn*m aa- _Ft.wp._-j Co-jfc. ...
H.J.Hu TBE T>_5__.TA TIMES, "SATURDAY, v.v;     , -506.
��1*1*1 ���
I _I__ OLI>E;
music ho:
Pianos, Bonos, Pianos
mi. _
_. oe
fact _B Uc.^i___g.ifesd feat* we have the
greatest chaloe m the Piano line of any firm in
B. OL We kave been in the business for forty-
five years and have had the pick ��f the best
agencies going1. We represent the following most
notable manufacturers, tbe names of wbich are
Stein way & Sons Pranos, New York
;;i ���
Sundays, :la
i.i mouth, ;|
Holy    Coinmuai
JO   a.m.     ._���.;_  Su
Matins, ,_s_ o'clock.
Evensong, 7_30 o'clock.
Sunday .School at lu a.in.
Friday, evc:7; r scrvic. 7:30.
Rev-. Canon Hilton, -vicar
Nordheimer Planoi
"Services first and third Sunday-ofji
each month at i_:;$o a.m.: l.enedic-
tion, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday school at 3 p.m.
Low Mass and Holy Comiautiion
first and third Mondays at 6 a.m.
Rev. Father Wagner, O.U.I.,
Parish Priest.
THE CHiLQREN or earth.
New .Scale Williams Pianos, Osbawa
Dominion Pianos,   -
Palmer Pianos,
Prices the Lowest
Services ue-r.t Load's Dav at  ri
Ask your I'__:_*���la.
silt on. Ilie M EVEN..
Ify-u c_ni.-t obtiln.
wc ship direct, #<���
prttt }rr*���,d. lit.-n
��� __rlpt';fcaul-tfl.i._
Bead 4 ��� ts.ir. tumps
fat. i4ss-r_,].-e Catalog
orcoaiplata --tout. A
valuable���oe- olrefor-
tn e fjs- f,,es. nt aad
protptctlro -l.isotail.
Beautiful three-color Aluminum Haiijcr will
be tut warded lor 10 cents ia .tamps.
Ji Stevens Arms & Tool Co.,
P.O. Box.OSS
Dvftn by th* sea on ��� suiuiiirr day
I --ze and dream while tin. s-hildrtia play,
Gleefully hea-ilng 1 lialr hills s,f nnd,
Calling t.'iem pajais. high and grand.
i. .lam shell ���_.��� ,     tut th.- greal !i.,_t dMi
And Uie walk la u bit of a brgktfl oar,
s-.iiiie pint, and platter aad Itowj and er.p
/.1. |.��li>iiesi pebble- ihu ...ii brio.;* up.
And Wng und humii Io tbeir royal -ital.
l'.,_i'!u kiiJ wit ihi-iingh a seaweedtgate,
J---.& li.ui._t sl liuly_T__��it- and fro
iiili.a.ldT role. ...!-., "ll- >- lime lugol"
To gi-riiiaml Juweli and palace tall
Iliej Ud f.'itcusll, and Uny learn lliem all,
Hitilo thu ti.i-j . .iriifa looi.liJn.lr np '.lie t.oy.
_-.:..1 U_s-___J iiiv, pa,u*. .... niu___d away.
Dt'ep i-1 thr*  .':'.;    ] : _e ths* v.r.\
Pin; i-.tf the .hlldi-h (ami", amin-
linilaiug u palu.. of bri.- .,1,,. ...,\,��
Ami playfullj oulling... oil lli.ips.viii
Tbe waih.-'ir-laid wiMi i.'u c;ir<ti)-of wealth,
And the iuo.   ti patched n-iIh l.it.r InokM
And 1 late__i_tplat_ei*/*n.l I t.*_i end .'sap
is... lx.ii__.u_i t.inVet-*theh (oil brliigaup.
And kingand-.f.ten tr ifwir royal -'ate
l'si.-.i in and oui ihroufh ;, golden ;;.-iLe,
And lord u-.id ',..���; ride l< and lit.
Till n fur Tui.'i .-.ll., "itrti i);ua taaol"
..i'i gi-iiiiu-vl     *_1�� ai.d pubs'.'tail
.._ at  ..u.���tr-.1
r> ��jj    j a. m.and 7:30 p.m.
DOWmanVlile     class  meeting, .0.30 a.m. every
-y, 1 Sunday.
lOrOntO!     Sabbath .School  nt
Jt Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold.
'I'tier* Are Tl.ree Stat* ".   it-ma, Caitr
faclitnlein, uaddhlaui ua* Taolam.
In tbeorj Confuclanlfiwi -is tiie r��-
liglon of tlie state. TUo state offldabl
are tht Jltorall wl�� lajve s��eur_xi ttiuir
posititina tliroiigti iir; srady or tl*
classics-., e., ttie "B&i-red Wi-Jtlugs uf
���Confuciui." Tlie Coafiiclam-i temtilas
are protected_ua_ lioiw.. -i :,>��� tie ^i.-iti*,
and Uie woralilp of Con!iii-ius Is i-aniiil
od lit the expense of 1 i.t* sute. i__ u
limit... i5'..iiw, too, lluilsi! :-.-��i caii ulso
j claim to be a *U\te relljjit u.   The cauie.
] 1* also true et Tnol*__i, ^its-s'i.' dtcusud
generals aud statesnieu are ai.;_;,ied
���tiipir correspoiidiuK ranks with tlio
CPaoistie king of tlie lower world ln
...ndC'ii. lu (bin role tbey er. worshiped
in 'i'aolstic teniples. In t: Is iray lt ic
possible for u Chi.isi-iini to inalte ug.
of nil three religious u-.lliout (,'eitini
into <'(in(1l(.'t witli the dlMllnctlve priii
cip1e�� or nny of tkern. 'i'lieir officials
���woitship toi't'tiier. Iu funeral services
taouka of ixith ordt/ia si" found per
forming functions oa diff. ���n-nt duyi.
'ilie ipublle tempiei are u.ually lu
control u. the 'i'uol.lr, but 'soinetimtKi
sre lu cbgrgo et BaddhUls. Not rarely
Taotstic tfoda ��re fouuii In Uuddhinl
t.rupiev; aud rice versa. Sometlmea
the.v differ enlj I11 auuie. The Bud-
Ulilst.foddess-of lasrey I. tb. T.iolst
Koddess of heaven.  Tbo pearl king o'f
Terms the Easiest.
7 f iu every      How often do we hear it renaark-
sSnnday.      Prayer   __ieetiu*f uver_�� ed.    "It's only a cold." and n  few
Thnrs_ay evening at 7.30. ! ^y* later learn that the mau iis en
Kev. J. 17 Ketls, -(.astor. 1 his bac't with paeutnouia.    This is
  ofsOch cemnion occurrence that ft
YI,./ mra ttwaj. und ihey Ua.�� ihem all,
And liuie looks...;t ibionflin lliuumnd _r>.*>na.
Anu ihe mun made palace- ;i dinappears.
���Kixon IfOle; lasa in 1.. sl  W. I'nlleiin
"How did the doctor tell yoii'.o Uka
tha niedlclno, Larry���Internally w e_r-
"Niytberwan, sor."
"But it <_auat liavt beon one or (W��
��t__��r." i the Xaoists-i( Uie Imperial ruler of tlm
"D_v.l_ a bit, sor. Naylher wan."        ] Buddhtan.   Both vysteiug   teach   tha
"But look here, Larry; tiiut'a abaiird. j -game teu princes l'o<badea, end oven
It must hare baep, one er tlaa-otlit r. you j a.reproduction of tha BwUdhlat punisk-
kuow." j ment ia hell ts found in the Taoist tern-
������N'aytJ__r w��u, I tellve. !He toultl nn
te anuffit.np wv no.se."
ST. A.IDXdtsW S iPKKi.l.'7T_C_t!AJ(
1 I
Services next ILord's -l^ay at
a.m. aad 7.30.p.m.
Sabbath sSchool at no a in Midweek meeting on Thursday eveiiinjp
at 7.30 ��'clack.
Rev. A. Mcitiilty, l��a_tor.
cold, 'however slight,   should not be j
'disregarded,  .Chamberlain's Cough ]
AutHi-lii nud Aloclhol.
iU*u.T auLtuai. yield te the setluctiok |
'Gaslt at a Baa Tl.l-._r.
Bill-Twat man Is a horrible liar.
Jill���Oh, I don't ki��w    1 tWa.. I
Remedy counteracts auy  any  ten-1 of rum drinkluv, aspecially elep_��-it��, 1 vn* *����d at lfc
deiicv of a CGld;to '-i.'.ult  in  pueu- I *��>''***��*. cows aud -swlue.   Poultty, ��ape-'
monia.   and  has gained  its  |^te^l^.,!*l,Tlll,g
* * Anna till tlity tumble ot��i- in Juaden
popularity-snad extensive sale by its ! alee.), 1/intr around ��_��-.if di.id nud at-
d5$ Qranvile St,, Vancouver
SahUith servi_-c< at L,a#lner at ]
, prompt cures of 'this wost common
Ailment.    'J?t always cures end is
I pleasant to take.    For *ele by All
I Druggists.
J* a.mi. aad .7 y. wn.
Sunday Schon.1 at 10 a. hi.
Prayer r_i*eii��g on Thursday a;
7,3�� p. ��.; choir fractice at I.
i ���
iauos, Pianos, Pianos ��w^iL����a
=  1��� Time Table.
Aixarding- 'tc  Tiie  Co_n_aerc_al,
Iff Winnipejf, the 'visible supply cf
���.���.is ii! the Ui.ite3 States and Can-
ada, east oi" ihe Ilocky Ifouutaius,
, i.i   i_,501,coo   bush.ls,    compared
wit. io,657,oo0',.nslii_l.s a year age.
terly Ignoriiitf tUair acciiutomiKi rooal.
On awakening <tb��_r atasgei- if or a f*w j
momenta and ��ooi_ ledover, but it ia
koui'i before tbey renew tknii-vcbeerfnl
Th.K- I.aaf.
iTea." iratuai-kad tba aa'i. looking
strauK_i', "1 b-ve sc-iitk. _a_t*of.___a��_��
a 1,-ood mau."
"Doctor oiun.'!t'rlrtker':"t'*iie_ie_! tba
111911 beliliiil ilia wliiit* npion.
"Neither," replied be ef tbe w<2 looka.
"I'm �� sliwiiiaker."
Dlila't Trr ��of_u
C.n��(><1 Iiy a dog, I fll-B*._d a traa.
My irouo-rs ar. n _l_:lit 10 mil
I. am c-natralnad, t-er.fo.ra. to Wlit__
''Tha bark waa fa.- won. than tha blta.**
���Unlveraltr-af Uletaleaa Wrinkle.
Tha  ___>..ar<.
"fbey ��ay tke gluan eater Ima made a
fori une."
"Yr..  Ue caa afrotd to eat all cat
g.KS-1 UOW."
-Tlelilns!   ih���    ! line..
"Sbe bas the ilgiiioui a Venns."
"I*   Kbe. then   so   unri.lil.uable
 .-I"    ��� -".
TraiK  leaves  C)��sverdtle ��t guol
When yo�� wish to  br.y viiihiug
card* call on "the-Dehe Times who
will seH'tbe best wonev >can  buv.
p.m. and arrives at Pert-pti-Jrt. a; I {[ JW nffd them printcd) wh>. y^u
I 4:50 p.m.
Train .eii.vt.   Port   Guichon  at
5:10 p,in..awni ��rri*-_ at Clovordale'
at (.:_5 w.tu.
/   Deep 'I'liunaliv.
"!n a'bi'own studv. c!i'."
"Yea, 1 wn�� Juat llilukiug."
"Thinking wbnt'."
"I was jint woii'lfving'-vhy k fellow
never bin as much trouble borrowing
trouble ��n (be trouble-.be ba�� borrow- i-flclal Ont?"
���Hi* at* nf all tba patent food.
.Nor aakc- a ilngla iiumtlon
Anil drank tha pnlenl iiK-dlciaao
To <?ur_ ills liiiilgo-Uo-.
tFaolal  An.
"Don't yoK tbluk kor fnee bas an artf*
ing otber tlu'ngg."
are meaey in pocket bv  calli_ig   on
tke Delta Times first.
is*        ���������*&���***",
**& s->_-ls  ��____S
Mondays enly.
il 11.1 N.
An  Anati'mfcssf. *I';ii%.
j    bluwlt���Say. our backbones ��r�� like
i ai-rinl aturlea, aren'tiiliftji?
Thlnwlt- Prove !W
-v._*..~-��Cl   ia  our  n��(,-ira
"Tint   man'   It's a   solid  color."
Aa Sti**  I'm-  IH.t.H*..
"How do you know it's the library?"
"Tbo   auioke   i_��uc*i lu  roluiuoa."
Thore  are two through passeu ! Re thc I' actional North-emit Quar
5000 Telegraphers
AnnnaHy, to fill thc -new jpoehions
-H-eated l��y Railroad and Telegraph
'Companie-.. We want YOUNG-
���JrlBNand LA-BIESofgoecl habits to
j��.r trains pm As? er.ch way -t��i iv-d
'- ���- . uttle .nd a miaccd trrai**. ���_'
anw noiti BeiliHghaHi.
Si ill? fill. 11
(Wcstmiinstcr Kranch)
Time TaMc
CniK luuv.: Waatmlnatcr lor Vnuoo.var at j.*,.
and .,5au.-i. aa_ haarlv thereafter auilt it p.
ui.; Saturaayx ens'. SuudM. - nt 11 tin
Cars leave VRU'onTcr l���r WentLunis.t.rii et ....
iin.! ,..-,. .. ��,. null kvurly tkeiieafter until top
���-_.; Sfttiirdayi __U Suudeyl Kt 11 y.ni.
Not if as Rich as Rockefeller.
If vou had all the wealth of Rccke-'
A sas_.lc.l-*. <tt<t*a. Ula.
1 -oa' knew much geometry,
Put _ls I wlll 4eclarei
De man dst's always h-ugla' roam.
is aal.oo. on 4a a. 11 Hie.
Kati. tha _-t��_i]u|_e.
Tbe Pastor���I hope you never swear
to ail-that.
ter 0  Section 27 ; the Fractional
South-ca.ti-quarter oi Section 341feller, the Standard Oil magnate
except tlie North 80 acres) ; the j ou,d n t buy a better medicine | wlj��. the baby I.. Irrltnble,
Fractional South half of Section 'ihe I'arent-Oh, uo-U10 baby atteo-B
i.t all in rownship 3, Nesf West- for bowel complaints -than Cham-
minster District. iherlain's Colic, Cholera and   Diarr-
A CertiGcate of Indefeasible Title ; k(Ta Reinec,       The  mQSt emia(.nt
��� n> ove propertv will be issued 1
ro George   Burton   Embree  on the-Physician can not prescribe a better
jo-ill  day  of Mtsy, 1900, unless in  preparation for colic and diarrhcts,
the   ncaatlne   a  valid   objection |both (or,children anfl aadlts.   The
thereto be   made to me its wntiaj
a person er persons cUiaiaf an ' ll��ifor�� 8UC��* of th�� reraedT  a*
Nte or interest therein, or in any |shown it to besuperiortos.il others.
,-of. : It never fails,and when reduced with
District iRei.strsr ef Tides.
Vancou.ver, B. C.
Headquarters   for Pacific   Coast |
Crown   Garden, Field and Flovrer |
.Seedc     New crop now in stock and
LKARN  T-SLEdRAPMY Jon test i* our ureenhouses,    Ask
J your incrotant for them in sealed
I    We raa Srst-cls-M Irtisjlit cars kctwrea IVeat-i Land ReflStry OBiCe,
I aiiastrr in* Vnacusivrr ulJ all skianicitts��rc 1 ��� I *\ct.
kaadle- witli the-tweet rare ami delivered te       New   WestMlUSter,    ft.   C,    23rd;'''
! cessiguec witlaeat _,*J-)'    tiprjiRl stteatien paid ; .      .. ^
] le fruit skipweati     '.isii wafOttfl His-<'l all bi-rlr,' April,   I9Cu,
: ���ml truias.    Hiu nut... etc ufiplv lu I
The person or  persons sev:nj; m '
' their custody or possession   the fol-
; water and sweetened, is pleasant to
take.    Every family should be sup-
{plied with it.    Sold by  All  Druj-
Braitsa ������_  llratia-.
TThal many dee-u themselves MH '
Is far freia .Irw.i wheN wa reeaH
Zl takes a lot of brains Ij know
���Jf we've any Irralns at all.
leu*. TnlVa.
Indurtry io tbe foundation of erery-
thlnf worthy, yet thero *;����� �� great
many Idle people. An Idlo'tliaa or womnn is a bad ad.ertiiemfni for auy
community. ItiTMtij(atlou wlll revaa.
that -it is tbo Idla (leopla vb. eu^afS
ta ba. acrapos.
��� packa{
If lit _ioc'�� _iOt hanuie
jthetn we will mail so assorted ic
We furnish 75 rer cent, of the P"c.ke'8 of ~��t��bte *nd flower
Onerators and 'SMion Agents in-*ccd" ^r ��.wn ."^ion, s��"��'.^
Anerica. Otrr*six schools we the :for B* Ll 8��rde"��)Jar $u Special
Satfctt eicclustve Telegranh .Schools 'P110" ��" vour bulk Seeds-
ia the world'. Established so years' B- C- OROWN WIT ANI)
tad endorsed by all leading Rail- .ORNAMS-CNTAT, TREES new
way Official*,. j rc"dy *"or sprws shipment.
W-ixectrtea^-soBond-teesvery ,.KKtra  *!Ce tBt^k  c'  Ur0   andi
��tndeat to futui*  him  0,-  her i ^ee-vear An*Je  Irees  nt J3o par'
f��itln paytair from $40 to $60 a *T    *f��   P1t'1\on\ M��rnard
Math in States east nf the  Kodky- flu^<I'wl" h*lla" Pr��"��. two-
Manatains, or from -$75 'to $ too a
nsenth ia States west ofthe Rockies,'
immediately upon gratination.
Stadcats can ester *t .anytime.
Na vacatiaas. Por full particulars
regarding any of ��mr si hc*_ls wTite
alirect to our executive oflioe at
Cincinnati, O.   Catalogue free,
IDE H not Cf 11W
'Ciacinna'i. Ohio.        Huffalo, N.\
Atlanta, -".a JvaCn>s*.e, Wis
Tfr.iMC'.an-i, Tex. Sin Francisco,Ca
-year, fine, JL15 per aoo; Sujar
Prune, -two-year, ine. Jig. per 100.
-���sill list of other stock at regular
prices. No expenae. loss or delay
of fun-iigartion or inspection.
.Let me price your list before plac-
riivg your order.
Oreeinhouse Plants, floral Work,
I!ee .Supplier., Fruit Packages, Fer-
ttlisvers, etc.
sCATAlaBQEHG erep:.
m. J. HENRY, Vancouver
3010 Weetmiii<iter Rond.
*___l (h�� atcna.
Tbo 'Young Mau���I have known fer
�� ions tJui* past that yon oared for un.
Th.'Udy-;_t��ally!   IIoit 1. that?
.. Tbe Younf'Man���From the fact thai
I your iM��i|ile put4hen_Miv_9 out of their
1'ianditther.atthe Zao)��� "Don tl way to snub nie.
loVinj. Title Deeds relathig to tbe ��� get frightened, Willie: the tiger is
said propertv are requested tode-jgbottt to be fed, and that s what
liver the same to the undersigned.   ;tDtk<i him rMr g0 .,    wu,je (co-.
27th April, 1885, Crown to J* | powdly)���"0. I ain't afraid of hius:
Monai     Grant 111 fee.
2nd May, 1.-S5, J. Moriarty te T
McNeely Cimveyance in fee.
34th November, 1S9;, T. Mc
Neely to E. A. Wadhams Conve\*
a nee in fee.
New Westminster B.C.
Solicitors lor George B. Embree.
father goes on juiit like that  when
, hi i*ca'�� ain't read ���-,'
.Sciatica Cured Aftei Twenty Years
ot Torture.
For more then twenty years Mr.
���J. B. M*ssey, of .3312   Clinton  -St.,
  , I Minneapolis,  Minn.,   was  tortured
I by sciatic*.    Thc pain   nv.u  suffer-
t^.*4^$m��l~mt.*^.4-m1r*4*~Z, ���     ,vhich .h^ ew$met\  fjurmg this
U|Tn}P   Titime   is   beyond     coir.prcherision.
lft.i-.tt_   flf-ofhing
in l.mul.iii tliu prefern><! flrtvM lets |_iT*
tar iiialii is -t oan with long ttroaiaera,
a surge a.rroi!, wlfc umhrnltlery.-nffa aaa
turndown aoliara. Tbt atroamtn _* Wn
t'.tli are anly ��� ma.tw e. taett, tmt moat
t*e<iii]e p_wf��r tdiam.
.     .__ gave him any  pernament
*> 'relief until he used Chamberlain's.
*  NHW *W_lsST_.ri*s3T1_.'ft)   :
���> Manufacturer.* ..f sll kinds 01
fi. C.
ROBT. MAY, Agent,
I.AONl'R.     -....-     n. C.
Soda  Water, frinoer
A?5 and Summer
Your patronage solicited
,j.: Pain   Balm,     One   applictftion   of
�� 7clist liniment relieved thr jmiii anR
I | made sleep and rest possible,?, ul 1-jss
i ; thnn-one bottle Las effected a j^r-
T raanent cure. If troubled with
��� sciatica or t'heuuiatist.i why not try
A ka 23c bottle of Tain Balm and sec
.!. I for yourself how quickly it
the pain,
Cough Remedy
The -Ch-Jdren's __iht_Wtite
��oiighs, Colds, Cnmp -a.nd
���Whooping ���Cough.
... l.iisge 111
nliroyn lu
For snle by Al!  Drug-}! ^
...i'.l,r 1= lisii. ne'tw 1'^ oiirei otist
ri 0f the rlvIWeed-worla. It cini
,l.'!iri_.'.il uii.'.n. Ill !-,sr..a!n�� nn
(���:,,:��� 1 i.rmttil drug r.i.il may 1*
1,tr'.i 11-i.v ton baby aa tt. uu n<l_lt
;. 1.'.; - t'l-rpo Slue, 130 f.tfi.
ygtem*. ******* ��� * .i.^mmmiimmme** ?f.i. DELTA TIMES, 3A1'XJI_J-M.V. MAY
���ssmssesmei oca
LOCAL NEWS, j       Jjlc J^
STORE We Ben Leave
Did yo.i tct a ticket i,v tii*; Calico Ball5
W. H. Lasseter speut  yesterday
in the Roya! City.
Xe.v Wsiiu iusttr-, May 23���The
_a*_*;l of an e_it_T..'ion of the trata.i
line from this city  to Ladner was-;
laid before Managing Director Bunt-
 1  , ...... ;_en, o' the B. C. Electric Railway
F. J. Green v, a.* among the Ro> M Company.,     yesterday     afternoon, j
City's visitors yesterday. | after   the   pros   and cons   of  tbo*!
. ��� j Port Moody proposition, had  been
1 {
Mrs. J. 'Gilchrist returned  home,(discussed.  Reeve Laduer dealt quite ;
Saturday, from a visit to the Royal! fully wilh thc character of tbe dis-1
trict through which such a road I
would pass, and stated that that I
constituency  would be assisted   in .
4 May-Bay
Celebration Sale
.s la Progress at Ihe New Westminster
Busy House.
Mra. Alex. Davie weut over to
Vancouser an Tuesday evening'1.
the maintaining of the road by thej
village of Ladner, which was rapid-
ly  increasing ia sine.    He invited
IL.   McC-m-ic:-   ^turned,   Mon- |;Mr-  Buntzon to visit Udaer and ,
4*ay ������riling, faoa.  a  visit to Vau-1 form his own conclusions.
(;oll��cr j    Councillor Pa.erso_.i also spake.!
���-���.-. .  ; ije stated that New   We*tiuiuster
Mrs.   McDonald,  of Clouerdale,  WftS the   "a***-"8!   market for the:
was a. visitor at   Mm. T  W. Kerr's |district, and the farmers woald look
this week. upon such a line with  very  great
 j favor.
After discussing  the matter   for
J.   B.   Burp returned   home, em
In white with white slots and colore.. Hewers.
Your choice at
1 Oo yd
To notify the people of Ladner and surrounding district that wa are now in &
position to offer Vancouver __-t_a___.
Portland  Cement
At greatly reduced prices, making it possible for parties who contemplate building,
to put in concrete foundations at about the.
same cost as* piling or other inferior
Write for Prices.
Royal City.
fr.cn a. visit   to  the
some length, and consulting map*
of the district, Mr. Buntzea. premised to visit Ladner at his earliest-
Of white dotted Swiss, and Swiss  with coI'6_f��d flow"
��rs and spots.
YoJUJ choice at
B. C.
-*..*. .*:._. . ,a�� :,
J.-iHl!.!���.���_-_ FsLi-LL...'- L.-U-."!!"^
Mr. anel Mrs. McCnllough, of Na-
sfaisao, are guests of J. W. Welah
���ml wife at tha Del'ji Ii_.tr-1-.
Harrv   Trim  visited   .-he   k��val
' City thia week.
In dark colors with small spots aud dots.
Miss McLellsVi. acco_ap___.it_, hy
Mi At D. Bourne, of New Westmia-
.Her, returned k.iut un Saturday.
T. W. Kerr  spent
the Royal City.
yesterday   in j
Our regular 8c line Sor
John Simpson returned-, kor.r, on
Tuesday eve_)iiig after a, few days'"
-.siting ia th. Ter-mlHs-i. City, etc.
C.   Heltner   visited   the  Weekly
market vesterclar.
In ny..vy and royal hla.vgr.ei.. ami-, red with stripes
���fine and soft for liotisc dresses,
Van Camps assorted soups,. Jams,
I-&C���W. ��. Smith* !
Ifarrv Bntraccompanied by Jos. ,
Keichenhach, of Xew Westminster,: ~
paid a.shovt visit here On  Wed up��- -:     H-   ***���   Nichs'soa and  wife   arei
day. I guests of F. W. Harris.
jiegiilar  10c for
! Westminster, yesterday.
Ilare-W Katt, and' Percy Bnrr. ., -    Mrf    D    Woods   ^-^
Columbian   College,   t-anie   _ow_
Wednesday, to take :�� 'Jie psjebrs
tion. 1                                                           j
  Fresh     shipment    eb   Shredd.J
Kev. J.   17   and   Mrs.   Beits  re- i Wheat Biscuil���-W. H_ Smith,
turned  home,   Saturday,   from  at- ;                 ... . .,���_���_���-
^ndlHf the  Methodist  eoa.ereucej Q Q f)tumU< of E-���i Delu w���j
in Ucu"m- ' a visitor to the Koyal  City  yester-l
 v-���                |day.
T.   Hm
.267 Columbia St.,
New- Westminster, B.. C
Cut Glass,
And all Mads of Jewelry
Repairing a Speoialty*
M. Clausen,.
D.  Gnmi,   Bonndaly   Uav,   kss
Witt   a  nice   aew  granary and   is      Rer- M   J-   B*-��ton.   oi   fciug'i.
tiaw eagflget* i* nekin a^addition fCollege. Vancouver, will fill the pufr|
U< h'* ha.'.i.'
FrettTaylor k��,. nearly completed a nice cowfcu.ta^le house nu hi*
recently acquired property off the
plough road.
Misses H��g*a and Eligh, ot Vaa-
ceuver, %pe Miss Watson, cf New
Westminster, visited heje, this week
f nests of the marriage- f .est.
pit at AU  s**.aints t��.*niorrow  niorn-
ing and evening..
Robt. j_mith was presented with
a soo and heir last week aad M. h.
Wharton was presented with ose
Wednesdsv thisweet, an*i behold
the smiles.
The Derby Shoe
For Mun, tke choicest r.odi.ction of C-i'-idiaii Shoe Manufacture,
Meiv Soliil Goods, new paices..
Modern  Shoes in a Modern  Shoe  Stor__
J* REAGH,    -    Ladner, B.C.
Melds of Mm. H. G. Tsylor
will be pleased to aote the fact that \
>he was able to take in the eclebra-;
lien at the Buy o__ Thnrsday.
35��all i.i Township 3, New West-
_^___ :    minster District.
Missljouse, ofStpperton, secern.-1 A Certificate oMndefessihte Title]
psnied hy her- sister, Miss Mary, |�� ^be ��*���<>���� Property will be issued j
r        , _.  , . to George  Burton- huibree  on the
cime cown, Wednesday, ����� take 13��� 30th  d*y  of UtJ   igo6 ub1���, jj
the Empire Dny Celehrttion and are j the   meaatirae   a   valid   objectioaj
guests of Mrs. P. Mkthesen. thereto be  made to me ia writing j
  ;hy a person er persons claiming sn
lestate or interest therein,.or in any:
.17   M.  Sllis aad  Ildon Br*dia: P��r* thereof.
Jeave, on Tuesday next, lor Saska- \ C. 5, KEITH,
toa_|i where they hop? to be able, to j District Registrar of Titles.
C. A. Croft, B.A., of Brandoa,
will preach in the l.aptist Church,
here, on the first Sui.-av ia June.
Mr. Croft is one *1 the piossisiag
ter of .Section 27; the Fractional I young mea of the miaistry and il
South-east quarter ot Section 34 \. hoped he may be induced to re-
(except the North 80 acres 1 ; thej maiB in eur midgti
Fractional South hall of Section
1 Re the Fractional North-east Guar-
gst a slice of the cheap laad  hefore I fond 8.egistiy OJfice
it is all  ��one.    They esffjfpi.. tmMeA    New  Weatiainste.::,   ft
alsent abeat a mentsh. A*pril,. iocC>,
 __ The petsoa or  persons having in
their custody ur nossession  the foi-
D.   A,   Mo__.ee.  w^ UJ^e^Uud. iioninz Title   D-i-is i*elating to the
Stas a lawsuit, pending  against the Isaid  proportv are req_iested to dt
firm   wbo. undwiook to wue  his liver'.Jie saoieto thc undersigned.
Sieudsoiue new;.sjtsiderjee.'io*- using      -7*'1   Apri-.  i^.v  Croin  to J.
unsafe   material.     This  means, a. M��riarty Grant in fee.
ore  especm'ilv  .. ^ ^'d   l885? J- M.oriarty to T.
 ^\     ' I Mc_See.y Conveyance in tee.
Xrvt-ii.;.-.-,-,    t-.s<)i, T.   Mete 'J,-. .V  Vi*.<ui.i3i.i;.- Convey -
...       ss.-,-,.-_.- -Jir-B ,',.)     t'T     .......   ;.,    (_._
"���" ""'""" CviRBOLD & GRs-vNT,
New Westminster B.C.,
Solicitors lor George B. Embree.
The above Institute lateads giving $75 in pri-.es, tor Horses, Cattle,
Sheep aad Aericnltural Products,
at the Delta Agricultur-l Society's
Exhibition. Comp_tito?s must
have their membership fees paid np
23rd I before June 30th next*.
Persoas- wishing to have their
Stares, Hanses, Stables, Barns, etc.,
illuminated by Electric Light, will
d0 -a ell to consult
P* Dm MoDonald
Shirley House,     -    -    -    Ladaer
* *
Shaws some particularly  Qood Values in
Shirtwaist Suits, Blouses
aad Wash Skirts.. ...��
275  Columbia Street,   __���-.-   New Weatiniaster
^reat annoyance,, tn
:��_ as the new   wiri'4g  c%p.-_4 he so
conceala*)   !_s m-f tifst)    A htisines:
man   sending   workmen   safp the jauce.in fe?.
country to do work of ajiy. nature '
should be-very care,rul and sae-to it.-!
Ch.it the best workmen and fiaterial'
������.-.- -r:,T.
Oiito. my, property, about
weeks ago,, a >vearo<il 17-t'iiVj-.
Owner may have ssur.e  by proving property and payingiexpenS--.
Monk,nan road,
Nfotice i��he_!eby given that I intend to apply to the Board ofs-Licence
Gommisionsfrs tor Delta Municipality, at its meeting  in June  nt_.t,.
for a transfer of the Liquor licence I
ofthe Port Gujchon HpteJ. at  _?or.j
Guichon, from myself as executor P
lbree I of tiie estnte of \V. L. McBride de-;
' ceased to>Emily Susan McBride,   pfjl
Port Guichon, Bi C.
5>att;d<.t*his 27th day of A^ril-1,906.
Under instructions from the Executors of
the Estate of the Late. "W\ L. McBMDEl
Will be obeyed to the public at
To make room; fear an
Entirely^ New Stock       0       _t#
Co-me; and Sec Our  Special Line qf ij
Boots aind Sfyoes,
Port  Guichon,  B, C,


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