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LADNER, B. C, SATURDAY. JANUARY 20, 1906.
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Tiie Store That Made Ladner famous
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Now tk* Holiday Rush is over, we get down to steady business,
again.   Bow about that NEW SUIT ? or a couple suits STANSPIULD'S
UNSHEINKABLE Underwear.
Bee our samples of suitings and overcoating's, mad-3
to order and we guarantee
the fit. Leave your measure
at once.
Nominations for I eevc anil Coun-!    The annua"! meeting of the Delta !
r�� u-*(-jf/.u
Fine Navy Serge Suits,
best serge linings,
new cut, sizes 35 to
42 jftf4
Fine BI*ack Cheviot or
Serge Suits, best
trimmings, sizes 35
Fine Scotch and Canadian Tweed Suits
new cut, all ste 3s
15
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(Hroni Our Own  CcrTMpond.__)
cillors were ! e'd in the To vn ' all Farmers' Institute was held en Sat- Victoria, Jau. 13.���The House
on Monday last when a goodly j urday evening last, when the foi-1 ��Pen*d niik us*-a* ceremonies on
number of taxpayers and 1 'l.crsl lowing o Ticers w.-re Vct-d for the the IIt!l an^- ���*���* '���' request of Mi.
turned otrt to hear their stewards jcurre-t ea-: Pre;'lent, Alex John Oliver, the Attorney-Genera'
give a:, account of themselves. ; Davie; vice-president, II. M, Vaser; i|-troduce(-* < Bill to remedy a con-
When    the    nominations   were secretary, N, A. McDiai, i -, direc- A        'tween  the  Municipal  Elec-
���closed it was ound to Stan! a foi-! tors"~A' D* PatW80n- ��� Fills, C. tions Act and the Municipal Clauses
*jows. j H- Davis: auditor ���L. M. Richard-  Act and   tbe  Bill  was   passed  its
son, A. DeR. Taylor;  delegates toIwariou.-stages and assented to  at
Ladner* K- C. I. F���  H. M. Vasey,   J*. Wood,  once.
! alternate. .    The public  accounts   for 1904-5
i It was decided *to send for hemp were presented a��d sho**w the
seed sufficient for iix trial plots; expenditure fee Deltt riding to
also lo donate f 75 to the Delta Ag- 'be as follows: Total expeniture,
ricultur.J Society to be competed! $877.47; Less contributed by New
for by members of the Delta Farm-1 Westminster City to construction of
Ladner   Road,   $500;   Less  salary
���ri-ek-C'
For Reeve���W.  H.
-elected by acclamation.
For Councillors���
Ward I���P. T. ! Sibbis
by acclamation.
Ward II.���Alex. Da\ie, re-elected by acclamation.
Ward  III,���J.   A.  Paterson, reelected by acclamation.
Ward  IV.���Seymour   Huff,   re-
-lecrd by acclamat.cn.
W-aru   'V.���L.  W. Svmbree and
.Mack ay-.
(9n molicn John _*_#neyni^r. took
ihe chafer and called upon the Reeve,
W, II. Lad net, to give am ac
c*>unt of his stewardship, which he
did in a very hrcid manner. H'
was in {aver of borrowing Jpoo.ooi
for the purpose of putting the road.
of the di.st-.ic*. rn -prop-r ton lirioi
with crushed ro'ek attrd gra
answer -to �� question, he said "tht
ers- Institute only.
The meeting, which was well at-Lf Road  Siiperintendant,  $273.85;
tended, adjownedio the call of ihe ket -expenditure  bv tthe   go��eni-
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H.B.K, "Big Shirt," the best
working shirts made in
Canada, we have them in
all grades.
H.B.K. Caps are well made
���and always look well. This
line, Navy, Beaver, Cloth
���at -50c is a winner.
STANFIELD'S   UNS.HRINKABLE   UNDEEWEAR in all  the different
weights.    Have a look.
Slarshall Sml
Sed to reitresenfthem-than^he would
vote for him. He'.h-ffBgit lbf.*kiea,
of borrowing money for roads a
good one. He was in favor of the
dog tax.; dags Tunning at large
should ndi i>e'protected.
Ceo Ma"kie, the onlj new oandi-i
date   ir.   tke   fitld
honors,    theught  "tl
ment. S93.62.
A Return was pntsfriie'd of copies
efsfflintfte of Conncil re sale of lauds
at SLaiea Island tc the Grand Trunk
Pacific, for ter:i>iual and .tov��u_itr.
purposes.
s_M.r..c:paIi
Lc-uiK.riorsj
[n'j should   see   that   thev  have  their]
���needs attended to     ' if
River road was still in t'he hands of] e<i ���- *'*'��� do m
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to.       ji .t am t;
y  best  to spend
the government who "had promised j toad appropriatics: faithfully.''' He
to pnt it in a preper stalte of rep .ir ��� would endeavor to get th; goven -
P. T. Gibbie said he was in favor j'U-ent aud Council retoncilea and
of borrowing money for road work, placethe Rh*er r*sad in ��ood con-
In the village there is ouly oue road j'C-ition.
that is a Credit to any village.   Thc!     A vote of'thahks to the ch��rinau
Trunk  roRds tnust be fixed -with j'hrought the meeting to �� close,
crushed rock.    He would not favor
borrowing    money    witbeut   fir_t
The 'installation of officeis ei
"J;Delt�� Lodge, No. 12, A. O. II. W.,
was both socially .and fraternally-*
grand su.cess. Tfce .-following
'GTand Lodge officers *v.ere.present:
H. T. Devine, G.M.- A. Gilchrist,
G. F.j F. W. Welsh, P.G.M., oT
Vancouver; J. T, Mcllmoyl, G.R^
Victoria; and V/, H. Shnith, G.G.,
Ladner.
knowing where to spend it, but he:
thought the next generation should j
help pay the cost of making good I
roads;     that     property    benefited!
The Gland Waster called fhe as-
Scly Communion in  All Saints' s��nbly to order at 9 o'clock and in-
to-morrow at  S.30.
stalled th. oncers of Delta Lodge
as follows : P.M.W.. W. C. Pybus;
should pay   for  cleaning   ilitches;; Cheese���W. H. Smith
that the s^-stem  cf collecting the
rood -MX during the haying season
should be abolished,'  that  the dog
tax should be-rsftsed to $5 and $10;
that ditches should be (h'.ti to ;>re-
vent the water backing up; that he!
favored thr: extending of the Kiver]
road .nt.. the village"; asd   that the *"    ""        "
village should be so improved as toi     A regular meeting of the 'Rivel-
uuroduce outside capital.
, M.W., T. Todd; Foreman,  W.-H.
New  shipment of  finest Stilton Wilson; "Overseer, f*T. Smith; 'R��-
border, T. W. Kerr; Financier,'W.
���H.   Smith;   Receiver,  Dr.  A.   A.
The quarantine has been raised  Kiu��-  Guide' Geo. R..Manley; Z.
from all except the Arthur Bros.,
i who will be allowed out or, MotU*
j day next; and   Mrs. Geo. Ixsseter,
wkoiis progressing favorably.
W., N. A. M.cDiaruiid;,��.W., Jno.
Simpson.
A banquet rfollewed. after which
I speeches by the Grand Lodge of-
1 tiers,   explaining  the  workings of
the A.O..U.W., all overthe American continent and the many homes
side Mission Circle was held at ths ] this noble did order ���_�� provided
BAPTIST CHURCH.
Tbe annual treat for the children
���will shortly he held in the Baptist
Church.
To-tnorrow, the 211st rnsft., there
will be Sundav school at the usual
h mt and public worship at 10 a.m.
���and 7 p.m. The morning sutjject
mrill be ""The Su*.T.aining Power ot
God." a sermon kr the young; thejgjjo^
���vening topic wil be "A 1 Unexpected Visitor-." Ther. will be *
song service at the .close of the
even'eg service. All will be cordially welcomed.
Chamberlain's   Cough    Remedy
Absolutely Harmless.
Tbe fa-tflt-ef givingchildren medicine containing injurious substances, is sometimes more disas-'
trous than the disease Irom n-hich
they are ��anering-. Every mother
know *that 'Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is perfectly safe for
children to take. It comtains nothing harmful -and fer couglis, colds
and croup is -unsurpassed. (For sale
by F. J* MacKeneie.
Ten bright voung mew wanted to
join the Ladner Cornet Band. An
-excellent opportunity offers to those
y/ho are desirous of improving
their spare time. No curiosity
ss^ekers -weed apply,.
H.M.S. "Ptnafore by the Pollards,
in Vancouver Opera House, Wednesday -next, 24th inst., at 2 p.m.
S.S, Sonoma will leave Steveston at
8.p.m.
SfX DAYS IN ONE !
How this somewhat contradictory
statement can be verified will 'be
shown by the Ladies' Aid Society
of the Methodist Church in this
town on the 114th of April next at
their "Feast of Days." At a special
meeting, called for the .purpose on
Thursday, oomtnittees wers. formed
and plans laid for the carrying out
of this-ttfiique undertaking:,
On Saturday evening la*t a number of young .people gathered at
the home -df Mrs. Staiifton to tender an address and srosil-1 token of
-respect to Master Scott Fenton who,
htt-ving passed tthe High School u-
trance exam, has -now taken up a
course in Vancouver Business College, iu which we wish him every
su.cess.
Alex Davie said he  failed to see j Parsonage on Tuesday  last when  for) Were much enjoyed,
how it was  possible to make good ! an interesting report of the District j     rjr.   King   made   an   excellent
roads   without  borrowing  money. J Convention recently held  in West-; cbairman for tbe occasion.
He would like to see the road taxlramster, was .given by Miss T. Kerr, <     *_*i,e .Cre-scent   Island   orchestra
abolished but did not see how to | who was  a delegate to that Con j furnished splendid music both dur-
counteract the loss .of revenue.   Hejvention.  ' ing the programme and for dancing
was in favor of raising the dog tax I which was kept up for-* short time
but not paying for sheep killed. To-morrow,   January   2ist,   thej afterwards.
J. A. Paterson said   he had en-! Rev. Dr. White, Local Superintend-' ������
deavored to spend the money where', ent of Methodist  Missions in B. C., i     The Anglican Sunday School re-
it vwas most needed.   The,roadma*fc-; will preach-it both services in .thei opens to-morrow,
ing was of the best kind, but with' Methodist Church, I,adner, also in _
the present revenue it would take   East   End   'Church   at  2:30   p.m.;
about 15 years to cover .he district, j These  will  be missionary services >     APV^, some very fine ones,~by
Me   was   in   iavor   ol    borrowing j and collections will be taken in  aid  the pound or box���W. H. Smith.
money, say $100,000, for roadmak-|ot the mission work of the church j  ���
ing, and that a superintendent be j  ^ Remember the Auctiou Sale at.}.
appointed to see that the work was!     _,,    _.   _       ���       . _    , . McKecs   Farm    liwt   .Balta   m��
,    , ,      . \    The Laduer Comet Band having   ���'**-**-'*"'-s   rami,   iv^t   -veum,   ��a
prqperh done; that the government 1 . ., . _    . T   ,       ! Morrdav next at n o'clock T nnrh
f   F  .. ' b    .   . : secured tbe services ot Prof. Judges1 nlona**3 ��exc. ac JI �� ciocw. L,uncn
be petitioned to grant permission to.     ,     , "     I eon will be-nrovidefl      See moster-
r       . .      as baudmaster, are now prepared to,- jjioviu-u,     .oe-*j>_s.-r_.
extend a loan over 400 wars m-i       . ,       .     ,.
__  I receive   new  pupils.    Applications * -^���-*--���
���-may be made to any member of the j    The  .first   meeting of the new
Band or to Bandmaster J udgee, OB [���Council will take place on .Monday
Wednesday   nights   at   tbe   band  evening at  7 o'clock inste.id of a
room.    One Hew member was en- i o'clock to permit the Co-uncillort
Tdlled   Wednesday   evening    andjan(j ethers to attend tbe auction
three n ere signified their itftetftion j saie atnhe*East Hnifi.
���of taking up instruments.    A few'
instruments 'left for beginners.    It 1 *
is still the intention of Gur Boys to!     By a  typographical   error, lMt
stead o: 50 years as a' present
was iu favor o: --constructing a big
drainage di.c't ibrough t e-ceutre
of the prairie. He was in favor of
extending the -Riv-i toad to tbe
village, but sVfongl'y objected to
trees being dropped into lire ditch
along the dyk^.
S. Hh * was in ovor ol tiwrrow-
ing money !*or oad-s as the present
revenue is much too smsill lor the
need* n ;the district.
L- W. Emliree said he appeared
to be the only bad box in the school
but it elected he wou'l do all in his
power fer the benefit Ol the board
and district. He hoped all who
J.hoii_;iu   '.��;.  Mackie -batt_r i^nali
tfiiake this organization a credit to week' ll would WW��� that, St��,'<>��
the;Delta, and thank the public for! A*eot Calvert req��ired too much
their kind appreciation in the past. *'notice regar3in*S the weed of cm.
A concert and bail bv the Band is
an event of the near-future.
'Instead of a "day** or two" as
; should have b=en it was made
; read a "week or two/'
Pure extracted and conib Honey,
.Mnplf Syrup, etc.~W. II. Smith.
!Mto:!aia'$ Ccugh Remedr
*ures Colds. Cnsup and Whoopins Ca*��f.    * fll.*. DELTA TBIS.C,  SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, s_*o(5
T*'"1 ��'<;"?���11  l-fi'.'.Ty * ML*> iiilitw
THE Dt"- TA TIMES.
PCBLISHSO  s-VTtsKY   SAT! KUAV.
So^cmiMiON, $K0O per year..
_,��VBRTI��IN_ R A TBS.
CM-al Adr-r_-*Q|ent(, ic cent* j>�� Un. fo'
l_e-mt lm.-r_��B.alid5_��ll��pK line ior em-li
nibtNticut iM-rti-p. The BBmlxrr ot line..
Mtkracd by tke ��j)��ce occupied, nlinosiio the
tacks
X��t�� ter.CaauBcrcUl Atfv^'jjoBUK'.s oen be
h��d ��- ���ppllgatiaa al this oftoe.
i-oeut-pcr line for ��neb
I90S-
TyHEREAS it is accessary and
Tf expedient to establish certain highways, and also to. res.iud
certain highways no.* gazetted
within the limits of the Corporation of Delta,
Be it, therefore, enacted: by the
Reeve aud Council of the Corporation of Delta as follows :
1. That the Highway aow established by section 8, "Delta Municipal Highway By-law, 1903," be
and is hereby rescinded, and that a
highway be and is.hereby established in lieu thereof: Commencing
about two chains east from the
southwest corner of Lot 150, Group
2; thence running northerly along
a ditch across Lots 150 and 149
Group 2, to Tilbury Slough, and
having a width- of 33 feet on the
west side of said ditch.
2. That the highway now established by section 2, "Delta Munjci-
I pal Highway By-law No. 1 of 1-903,"
-*���*��� -���* -: -         :������ I be and is hereby rescinded ancl that
-Us. would suggest that the law * Wg]*wa.T'be and  is hereby estab
lished in lieu thereof: Commencing
others tojat ^ nQvtheast corner of Lot-119,
FcrJ Group 21 and-running in  a south-
i erly  direction  along   -lie  line   be-
Readiag u
���ertroa.
Birth aad Math BottoM, joe, MatTingcs .(l.oo.
Any umlil Botit., the object, ol. which, is to
pronote tke tpes uniary, beaefit bfiny individual
or e_mp(B*/, to be coo_idered aa advertisement
and charged aeeordiagly.
All _dT��Uaetuc_U ��!;��rged fer until ordereil
411! aad paid for.
Corre^ioad-nce invited on matters of public
inter*--. CmimunicatioBS to editor must. t�� ac-
couipanied by name of writer, not necessarUj
Car pukMeatior, but aa evidence of good faith
OorraapcBdenee must reach this oSict by T iuii .-��-
iajr ei-Mring.
Geo. R.
ManIsKy,
Manager.
SATTJltDAY, JANUARY 20,  1906.
^errnitfing. farmers and
sat out poisott. be abolished
wt are persuaded that crows carry
away the poisoned morsels and
drop tkem almost anywhere. Our
reason for so thinking is the fact
���sjiat'several'dbgs have been poisoned which have had no opportunity
Of.travelling the poisoned district.
At the public meeting on Monday last, Geo. Maekre, the new
(Candidate for. Ward V., put np a
StrpttK.p!��a,��fQ_'action,.but appeat-
ed'to be-mQrre.-the tool. of one individual than the representative of a
true grievance. Sunbury certainly
fy-.a 1 grievance and so, has everyone using the River, road, but, if a-
Jittle more patience is exercised, we
are assured they will see tht grievance removed. The government,
last rear,, did some work on this
apad and, no .doubt,, will finish the
good .worjt. th i s*,spri ng..
the southeast corner of Lot 110,
Group 2_ thence west along the line
between Lots no and 188. Group 2,
:o connect with the Slough road
nnd having a width of 45 feet on
the north side of said line.
8. That a highway be and is;
hereby established: Commencing at
a point on the River road about
seven chains west from the intersection of the Benson and River
roads; thence northerly across Hos-
kins Slough to connect with the
road across Tilbury Island and
having a width of 45 feet, and that
the part of Tilbury Island road
from the River read to the intersection of the new road be rescinded.
9. This By-law may be cited for
all purposes as the "Delta Highway
By-law, 1905."*
Passed the Municipal Council on
the 5th day of August, 1905.
Reconsidered and finally passed
on the 20th day of December, 1905.
[L.S.J WM. H.. LADNER,
Reeve-.
N. A. McDIARMID,
C. M. C.
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McRAE & Co
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NEW WESTrilNSTER, it. C.
A lull line of Knglish aud Irish
Tweeds and Fancy Tsouserings always kept in stock.
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B. C.
.*.   NEW WKSTMINSTSR,
A Manufacturers of all kinds ol
I Soda Water, Ginger
.1    Ale and Summer
,t Drinks.
I       Your patronage solicited
HEMP CULTURE.
__l>ITOR DK-7TA Timhs:.
Sir: At the Institute meeting on
���Saturday evening last there seemed
tp.be a lack of knowledge ol the
requirements forrthe success ul cul-
t|*s��t:on of the hemp plant. The
following may prove useful to those
vfho are going to experiment:
Hemp requires a soil naturally
rich which does not suffer from
stagnant water.. Riter. bottom
lands, formed hy repeated over-
flowa. are especially suited to its
^row-h". It is a gross feeder and
seeds heavy fertilizing. Like all
Rlf^ts grown for fibre it must have.
an abundance of nitrogen and put-
ash. Phosphoric acid seems less
if-t^-orita.-.;
The  inference   from this would
appear to be that the Delta lauds
are peculiarly suited to its growth.
Yvours truly.
W. J. BRANDRITH.
Sam Morley,,siocis be purchased
tweeu Lots 119 and 18, Group 2, to
the southwest corner of Lot 18,
Group 2, thence in the same direc-
tion to connect with the Kittson
road.
' 3* That the highway established
by Gazette of March-nth, 1882,
commencing at a point where the
Trunk road from Ladner's Landing
intersects the line between Townships 5- and 6, thence southerly
along the inside of Mr. W. H. Ladner's dyke through Lots 106 and
115, Group 2; thence inside Mr. li.
S. Browne's dyke to a clump of
cottonwood trees a distance of six
chains more or less; ttience outside;
of .I- sufficient* distance from said
dyke through Lots no and 188 to
an existing road which crosses the
Slousjh to Lot- nr, Group 2, and
i6j_ teet on each side thereof, is
hereby rescinded, and in lieu thereof the following highway be established: lying 22'7 feet on e;ich
side of tke* hereinafter described
line, that is to- say, commencing ac(
the intersection of the centreline ofj
Westham street with the centre line
ot the Slough road, thence south;
39 degrees 45 minutes east for a dis-
tauce of 565 feet; thence south
30 deg 04 min east for a distance of
220 ft, thence south 2.6 deg 21 min
east for a distance of 405 ft,- thence
south 10 deg 49 min east for a distance of 92 ft; thence south 2 deg
08 min west for a distance of 493 ft;
thence south 20 deg 58 min east for
a distance of 339 ft; tlience south
19 deg 21 min east for a distance of
395 ft; thence south 22 deg 53 min
east for a distance of 243 ft; thence
soulh 13 deg 15 min east tor a distance of 135 its thenoe south 2,deg
33 min west, fo..a distance of 115' ft;
thence south 10 deg n min west
for a distance of 459 ft; thence south
11 deg 28 min west for a distance
ot 385 ft; thence south 15 deg
41- min west for a-distance of 295 ft;
thence south 14 deg 43 rain west
for a distance of 420 ft; thence
south 12 deg 37 min west for a distance of 390 ft; thence south n deg
48 min east for a distance of 460 ft;
thence south 7 deg- i-S' min east for
'a distance ol 505 ft: thence south
5 deg 08 min east for a distance of
223 ft; thencesouth 15 deg 11 min
east for. a distance of 1090 ft; thence
south 2 deg 09 min east tor a distance of 501 ft; thence south 3 deg
15 min east for a distance of 375 ft;
thence south 1 deg 35 min ease foi
a distance of IP55- ft; thence south
22 deg 35 min east for a distance of
246 feet to a bridge on the Slough
road over Chilluckthan Slough,
4. That   a   highway  oe  and  is
Colds
It should be borne in mind that
ev��y cold weakeni the lungs, lowers the vitality snd prepares the
system for the more serious die-
eases, among which are the two
greatest^ destroyers of human, life,
pueiwueuia and '.onsuaiptioa.
Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy
has -won its great popularity by its
prompt cures of this most common
ailment. It aids expectoration, relieves the lunjp and opens the
secretions, effecting a speedy and
permanent cure.. It counteracts
any tendency toward* pneumonia.
Price 25c, Large Size-50c.
Fashion Stables -
Trucking and* Drayiag..
Livery work of all kiuds attended to promptly.
X LADNER, B.C. |
I   SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND  SADDLK HORSES |^
% ON SHORT NOTICE $
���j*     Team Work Done at Specially low Prions. +
I JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor. %
*������ ���?.
���f Telephone " Ladner" No. icv, 4.
4* si.
��)ELTA TINSMITH SH0E
The Place for Tinsmithing, Bath Tubs, Stove
Pipe, Conductor Pipe, Roof Platee, and Everything Else in This Line.
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Fence Posts.
If you require- fence posts just
drop me a line, or call and: see
THOS. ROBERTS.
Ladner. B.C.
W. N. Draper
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
Room 3. KUard Block, New Weitmitinter.
Ft. J. HENRY'S
lies,
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Vancouver, B. C_
the Livingaton Farm some, twoI hereby established on Annacis Is-
wtrs ago, has pwt down more than land> commencing at the southwest
���.even mite* of underdraina besides j cor^r ��.f Par.m[ier Br��s7lot' U'e!ic.e
v   . ,.       ,.   , ,        ,      I northerly   along   a draiuage ditch
-Uggjng a, line ditch no less thanjacross Annacis Island; thence in
ten feet across rhe top, thus con-| the same direction across an island
y-flrtifit a duck pond into one of;the! shown as Lot 257, Group i, to the
tjMt -*nns on the flats. j Fraser River, and having a width of
*    -   ��� I 45   feet   on the east side of  said
  i ditch.
Kemedy thei     5- That   a highway  be   ancl   is
j hereby    es'ablishcd    commencing
: where the dyke crosses the east line
Chamberlain's; of Lot 15.1, Group 2, thence follpvy-
the dvke westerly  to connect
Chamberlain's Cough
Ifest Made
"In my opinion
Goujh Remedy is the best made for; in.��,   ,
x vr, ,, with the Trunk road' thrpugh Lot
vva.Ker, oti ro6) Gro.Lip 2> and  iiavjng. a; width
,s; of 66 feet on the north side of the*
<3pl9s.r says Mr,s. Cora
Berterville,   California,
There
Headquarters for Pacific Coast
Grown Garden, Field and Flower
Seeds. New crop now in stock and
on test in our greenhouses. Ask
your merchant for them in sealed
packages. If be does not handle
them we will mail 50 assorted 5c
packets of vegetable and flower
seeds (our own selection, suitable
for B. C. gardens) for $1. Special
prices on your bulk seeds.
B. C. GROWN: FRsUlT AND*
ORNAMENTAL TREES now
ready fer spring shipment!.
Extra nice stock oil two and
three-year Apple Trees at $20 per
100, $t8o per 1,000; Maynard
Plums, $1 each;-Italian Prune,, two-
year, fine, $25 per 100; Sugar
Prune, two-year, fine, $30 per 100.
Full list of other stock at regular
prices. No expense, loss or delay
of fumigation ot* inspection.
Let me price your list before placing your order.
Greenhouse Plants, Floral Work,
Bee Supplies, Fruit Packages, Fertilizers, etc..
CATALOGUE FREE.
WI. J. HENRY, Vancouver
3010 Wftstiranster Road.
 ���I���LLJ���
Meat ami Potatoes
We can supply you with the finest quality
of the. above, articles at reasonable, cost.
Ptemember the place
Delta
Meat & Commission <<��
Phone 9.
-Ladner, B.C.
ao doubt aBout ita- being the best
Wo other, wiH-c-ure a cold'so; quick-
Tjf. Noatfae_>is.s*|k sure a preven-
tlTe of pBeumonia No-, other is so
pleasant and sate to take. These
���re good reasons why it should be
preferred -fl a-py o*��r* Tl*e. *V* ��s
tfcat few _��GR*�� aJTe! satisfied with
tOtf other after having once used
this remedy.     For sale by  F. J.
j__ftvKv.ii/.ii.* ���   '
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present drainage ditcll.
,   6. That; a  highway be- and  is
hereby established commencing at
the   southeast c ruer   of   Savage
Bros.' lot, being a portion' of Lot
192, Group 2, thence in a northerly
direction   along   the- line   between
Savage   Bros.' lot   aad Jos,. Tam-
���boliu.'s  lot to  D.  Robertson's loti
lard  having a width   of 33��fe-ton
! the we*-t side of said line.
7. That   a   highway  be  nnd is
k>jteby established coniiaencing at
Ladner Carriage Works.
emmemmaaameammmmemaamaamm^aaamamea
Practic-ti- Horseshoeing,
Carriage Building aac. Painting, a.i4' General Jobbing of
A*l| Descrirrtions.,
We carry tlie finest class
of Carriages and Fa-ci**   rnipletnei-ts at- rock bat-torn prices.
Agent form
Gurney Foundry Co.'s Stoves,
P. D. Dod's Mixed Paints. V       j
Yoho Bath Heater.
Just the thing for making water hot for washing dairy
utensils, scalding hogs, or for wash day. Every
Farmer's Wife Should Have Que.
ROBT. MAY,
Westham Street,
Ladner, B. C.
Incorporated 1869.
CAPITAL, - - - $3,000,000
RESERVE FDNDS,       - - $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 Ratea
 55 BRANCHES.	
BRANCHES IT**? BRITISH COLUMBIA���Vancoavw, Vsm-oiiver
East End, Mt. Pleasant; Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland,
Victoria, Vernon, Chilliwack, Cumberland and New Westmiiuter.
L. M. RICHARDSON, Manager, LADNER, B. C.
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ANOTHER CAR OF
Royal Household
Flour
Just Arrived*
'ran9 Shorts, EtCs
A Full Line of���*
Fruit Jars,
Jar Rings*
Jelly Glasses.
...
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Q. T. BAKER, Ladner, B. C,
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THF. -DELTA TIMES, SA'TURJAY, JANUARY'��o, .906.
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COMMENCES   ON
MONDAY
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XK/B TAKE STOCK next month, and most CLEAR OUT all odd lines, besides reducing regular
stock by thousands of dollars.     Below we give you a list of prices that will convince you of
the reckless slashing we have done.    Bon*�� muss this opportunity.    Shop early.
100 pieces English prints, regnlar l2j4c and 15c,
Sale price ioc
500 yards white apron lawn, bordered, regular 15c,
Sale price 3 yds for 25c
Fancy dress Tweeds suitable for school dresses, assorted
colorings, -etc., regular 25c yard,
Sale Price ioc
1
Fancy dress Tweeds, regular 35c
Sale price 15c
75C
35c
Ladies' union uudervests, regular 35c,
"          20c
"                   u                          60c,
35c
75c,
45c
Odd lilies ladies and children's cashmere hosiery reduced
to exactly Half Price
FlsMinelette wrappers, regular fi.?5 and $1.50,
Sale price 90c
L.idies felt top rubbers, regular $1.25 Sale price 25c pair
Ladies' felt overshoes, regular $2.50 Sale price 76c pair
20  pair ladies   (Crest) laced  hip corsets, sizes 18 to 22
regular $150 Sale price 75c pair
40 pairs odd corsets, regular ��1.50 and #1.75
Sale price 50c
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Ladies'   black   sateen   waists,   fancy   trimmed,   all   sizes,
regular $1.25     ** Sale price 75c
Blade Mercerized sateen waists, new sleeve, etc., all sizes,
regular $2.00 Sale price $1.25
Ladies'  black,   grey and  navy   Tweed   skirts,  all  sizes,
regular $2.7.5 saie price $1,90
Ladies'   black   and   navy  serge ^kirts,   fancy  strapping,
etc., all sizes, regular $4.25 " Sale price $2.95
10 -dozen   boys' navy   Jerseys, siz_s 20   to   2S, regular
75c and 90c saie price 60c
Men's raincoats, regular $7.00
$5.00
Ladies' raincoats, new sleev
Sale price $4.50
$2,50
es, etc., regular $7.50
Sale price $5.00
Ladies' raincoats, regular $5.oo
Boys' and girls' button and lace boots at
Bargains in men's and boys' suits  and
inifiprll'��nr     f*fr-
Sale price $2 50
Half Price
overcoats, shirts,
underwear, etc
1 Men's leather 1 --ggings, either  spring   or laced, all sizes,
regular, #1.75 Sale pric
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Sale price $1.25
200 Pair ladies' fine Dongola Button Shoes, Beg. $2.75 Sale Price $1,
Stacks ol Remnants, Prints, Flannelettes,
Gottons, Etc.
No Sale Goods Exchanged.
Cut Prices Strictly Cash.
Bargains in All Lines.     SHOP EARLY
No Sale Goods Sent on Approbation.
All New GOODS.
>'i THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY. JANUARY ao, x*oS.
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LOCAJi NEWa
The Ladaer scho
oa Monday next,
a ill   re- ope
J. I Kerr, of B a itford,   Ont.
viritiaff his uncle l\ \V. Kerr.
G.  Tisdale, ot   Bu'dur. Man.,
visiting his  sister-in-law  Mrs.
Monkman.
PACIFIC COAST SEEDS.
Probably not one 1 erson in a
hundred has any :d-a of the amount of garden seeds grown on this
coast. Last season (1905) over
10,000 acres were devoted to their
culture, extending from California
to British Columbia, 50,000 lbs of
seed being sent to one firm in England by a California grower, a
share of them quite likely to be
mailed back to this country as "Old
Country Seeds."
M. J. Henry, the nurseryman of
Vancouver, while making the production of fruit trees his main line
of business, has been gradually experimenting   in  seed  growing   for
, .  , several years, and finds that many
days in Vancouver this week attend-        .   ,       ,      _        , ���   -q
lyaneties of sted can be grown in B.
C. equally as well  or better than
J. W. Barber, of Nanaimo, c.-une
over, on Wednesday, on a visit to
his son, A. B irbcr.
Rev.   Cation   Hilton  spent  two
er this week attending the executive commission meet
ing.
D. Black has built quite a nice
new fence along Lis tront, and intends building a new barn in the
near future.
Mrs. Hilton and Mrs. Edward
Ladner went over to Vancouver last
Wednesday to hear Madame Calve,
they returned on Friday.
The postponed Methodist Sunday
school Xmas entertainment will
take place (D. V.) in the Town
Hall, on Monday evening, Feb. 5
aext, when a good turnout is anticipated.
The Sutherby Bros, have
chased four heiters and a bull, from
Sieves of Lulu Island. These are
prime prize Holstein cattle and
should assist materially in building
up their dairy herd to one ot the
best on the Delta.
in warmer climates. His crop of
the past season, grown in British
Columbia, and on the American
side, amounts to nearly ten tons.
A sample of each variety is planted in Mr. Henrv.s greenhouses
immediately on arrival from his
grower, to test the percentage of
growth, and no seeds that show a
low vitality are sent out to his customers.
At first Mr. Henry had to find a
market for his seeds with Eastern
seed dealers, but for the last two or
three years the local demand has
been so great that he has none for
export, in fact he could not fill foreign orders for some $8,000 or
$10,000 worth of seeds.
Mr. Henry now has his seeds on
test in his greenhouses, which will
Pur' I be on exhibition through February
and March. Intending purchasers
are invited to call aud see samples
growing before placina; their orders.
At the meeting of the people of
the Trenant School District, on the  FARiW FOR SALE
Armour's   Sugar   Cured
and Bacon���W. H. Smith.
Hams
lith  inst.,   the following  Trustees
were elected:   David  Price, secre
Smith's Cash Store.
The I Busy | House
The Great
January Sale
Is pleasing many many customers, and we
are pleased because they are. How could
they help being pleased, when they are enabled to save their dollars by buying at
such a saving.
ileMi Week
We're going to run a Sa1e of Household
Goods, Curtain-", Towellings, etc., of which
we quote two iten:s :
w
Leave
To notify the people of Ladner and surrounding district that we are now in a
position to offer Vancouver Island
Por
r&__
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
material.
Write for Prices.
tarv,   for three  years;  VV,  Pybus, \    In Delta Municipality 3^   miles
two   years;   Geo.   McClusky.   one ifrom Ladner, comprising about 150
B.
,���, acres of choice arable and pasture
year; J. B. Burr, auditor. Tbe j landj good resjdence and adequate
Trustees decided to make an assess- ��� farm buildings.
ment of $185 for school purposes.
W. H. Ladner received, yesterday, a communication from the Live
Stock Department, Ottawa, stating
that $500 will be contributed to the
aid of holding a sale of Pure Bred
Stock. In order to secure this,
however, it will be necessary to
form a Live Stock Association independent of the Dairymen's and
Live Stock Association now in existence. A meeting of those interested will be held at the City Hall,
New Westminster, on Friday, Jan.
36th, 1906, at 2 p.m.
For full particulars apply to
H. N. RICH,
Ladner, B. C.
NOTICE.
The Ladner Public School will be
opened on Monday next, Jan. 22.
By order.
A. A. KING, M.D.,
M.H.O.
For Sale.
From 75 to 100 cords of woo 1, at
the Boundary Bav ranch. Price,
$1.25 per cord on the ground.
J. GRAUER.
, FALL III
M's.C. E. Banton,
Voice and Piano
Pupils prepared for Concert, Church
and Home.
Special Attention Given to Voice-
placement,   Tone-production
and Expression.
For Terms and Lesson Hours Apply at Temporary Residence,
Mas. A. B. Barber's, Ladner.
Grand Prize Drawing
&
For every 50 cents invested in our store you receive a
coupon which entitles you to a chance in one of the following
3.1 valuable pfl7,e*:
$620.00
1.
Heintzman Piano or  (t
Gerhard Heintzman  j *475 ��
2. Berliner Gramophone  50 00
?. Violin Outfit  25 00
4. Banjo  2000
5. Ouit.r  1000
6. Mandolin  1000
7. Accordeon  5 00
8 to 12. Five Prizes   5 00
1.3 to 17. Five Prizes  5 00
X-S to 38.  Twenty  Prizes  10 00
This drawing is open until March 1, 1906. Why
buy a Piano elsewhere? When vou have a chance
Xe secure a Heintzman Free���acknowledged by all who
know to he tiie leading Canadian Piano made.
mt, EVANS YcfflJJWHflN,
D. A Seymour, Manager,       -       -       -       New Westminster
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Wadded Comforter-s, witli corering of
fancy silkaline, and filled with
pure cotton hatting, size 60x70,
regular $1.75 and $2,
1.25
GILLEY BROS,
NEW WESTMINSTER, R CV
Fzr
25 Pairs Nottingham ] ace Curtains,
Neat Designs, 3 yds. long, reg. $1
Fer
ic pr
Tm Hm SMITH.
��� llill 1
.
Will take place, as formerly advertised, on the 31st day
of this month. It behooves everybody to fall in line and
be in this great gift enterprise at the finish.
Every $1 purchase secures one chance
The Prizes are masrmfioent and will pay us to
give away, only tram nn amortising point of view.
1st prize, Nordheimer or New Scale
Williams Piano, worth $450 cash.
2nd prize, Talkophone, worth $50 cash.
3rd prize, Violin and outfit, worth $25
cash.
Mail Orders promptly attended to.
Winning numbers will be published in this
paper immediately after the Drawing takes place.
M.W.Waitt&Co.,
Limited,
558 Granvile St., Vancouver
THE OLDEST MUSIC HOUSE IN B. C
Your Visit
to the "Royal Oity" is not complete
until you have viewed the Stock at
THE WHITE HOUSE,
Goods at tha Lowest Possible Price.
A. J, BIRTCH,
Columbia Street,        -        New Westminster
SNAPPY  STYLES
-IN-
SOLID    FOOTWEAR
AT^JHE NEW  SHOE   STORE
The Derby Shoe
For M-��, the choicest product!cm of Canadian Shoe Manufacture,
New Solid Goods, new prices.
Modern  Shoes in a Modern  Shoe  Store.
J* REAGH,    -    Ladner,
Cut Glass,
Silverware,
Watches]
And all kinds of Jewelry |
suitable for
Christmas Presents.
JR. Clausen}
..ADNER.  B. C,
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Fine
Feathers
Make
Fine Birds
Aud fi��; feather* from
fine birds make
FINE  PILLOWS
OUR NEW   STOCK  JUST  IN
3lbs Feather Pillows, ""The Leader," 90c each
3J<_ lb leather Pillows, '"The Crescent," $1.75 ea
3>_ lb Islaad Duck Feather Pillows, $4.25 each
2^_lb Hail Down Filled Pillows, fo.00 each.
2j41b   Sanitary   Prime   Lire   Goose   Feather
Pillows $3.75 each.
2lb Down Pillows, pure linen ticking, $4.50 ea
Weiler Bros., Victoria, B��
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