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Vol. 3. No. 5.
$1.00 yu
For ewe, comfort, warmth and wear, there's no other
^'Underwear to compare wilh SiansGeld's. It fits perfectly,
because it is made ia every size to suit
the extra stout and thin���the very tall and
short���people, aa welt aa the normal. It fits
every part of tbe body, from neck to
ankle. Anil always fits. There's no
shrinkage wi'.h washing, or stretching with _����
Every StanticM (jannent is guaranteed
absolutely unshriukable.    Your dealer has ��
instructions to refund money sboul 1 any
garment .brink.   Always ask for Stanfield's
whenever you buy.
Stanfield's  "TJnsttrinK-
, able" for Men
has long been the favorite for winter
wear. R.-litlyci.t���rlghl.y designed
���made iu all weights (pr all climates
���it is steadily winning favor Wish
men who want to be warm and com-
fortable. Stan field is far cheaper than
any good Imported Underwear.
Municipal il
Domiion fair.      feniversary.
.rt��iv_ie;cVr, "Truro SInit"
'*"' for Women
is simply ideal. Perfectly cut, fashioned and trimmed. I.iade with the new
sUaped band on drawers thatprevi ::ta
"bunching " around Uie waist or over
the hips. Gov.-ns look their handsomest when worn over " Truro
Knit," because of their faultless fit.
A Complete Range ol this Celebrated Underwear
now in Stock.   No need to send away for your Winter
[Supply, we can fit out the whole family, also nice range
of Flanelette-wear, AWAY BELOW CITY PRICES.
&      -*.<** _**,   ��?��r    P
a%*0SiWMm   *m  mm%3^Lm 8
Ladies'   and   Children's   Coat.    Raincoats.    Ready-to-Wear   Hats.
Ladies' Navy, Black or Grey Tweed Starts, $2.50.
[See our H.B.K. "Big Shirt," the .Largest and Beat Made Shirt in Canada.
Men's Suits, Overcoats, Raincoats, Hunting Coats, Waterproof Gloves,
Leather Leggings, Boots and Shoes.
Compare Our Prices with your Mail Order Catalogue
(We Pay the Express Charges.)
Marshall Smith
Langley wins tbe District or Agricultural Society exhibit of fruit,
grains,    grasses,    dairy   products,
[i, otc,, carrying the* $400.
Richmond is second. Armstrong
and Bumaby tied for third, tbe
Others come as follows; Saanich,
Chiliwack, Vernon, Kamloops,
Cqquitlam, Asheroft,. Salmon Arm,
Kelowna, Nauaitao. Ednaoaton and
I j Strathcoaa,
Mr. FreJi. L. Hacking, for many
years connected with the loading
photograph; studio of Vancouver, is
now-conducting a thoroughly up-
to-date Studio in New Westminster
where residents of the* Delta .i*;nct
should procure their photogi.^hs.;-
Shooting Notices.
Jno. Calbick, of New Westminster, visited heie on Thursday.
The work done by the grader, on
Delta, street, this morning, has
proven the value of that piece of
municipal property. Alter it was
through the road was rounded off
nicely with all the ruts completely
Considerable improvements are
in contemplation in connection with
the Methodist Church, we understand,  which,   if carried out, will
"greatly enhance tbe value (if this
property as well   is   improving tin;
[apgta'tUBS*. oi th;* street comer.
On Friday last tii. deletes o.; The weather during the Exhibi- j The Methodist people of Ladner
the different munici unties as*sen - tion has been of the most disagree- !wili celebrate tl e Fourteenth Anni-
bled with Mayor K;ary iu the able kind it was possible to find.' versary of tbe rpeniug oi their
chair, who introduced His Hou^i Whenever the sun would show his c'mrch here, on Sunday the 1 sth
Sir Henri Joly, Lkutenant-Go'-er- f��ce then the crowds would gather insi^ when Rev. J. Calvert of
nor of the province, and Hon. quickly and help, by their presence, Mission City, who was pastor in
Richard McBride, Premier. j to make the undertaking a financial  charge at the time the church was
The retort of the credent-al'scorr-  success. erected, will preacii atboth services,
mittee showed thirty-wo delegates.    The management are deserving Collections wiil be  taken  in nid of
present. of great credit for the successful the build.'eg mnd of the church.
Mayor Keary welcomed tbe dele- manner in  which  < verytbiug has     The Anniversary  Tea and Re-
gates to the city and extended a. been assembled and arranged,
hearty invitation  to all to take in |    Among the successfnl competitors
the Dominion Exhibition.
In replyiug to the address, Reeve
W. H. Ladner extended to the
Mayor and Corporation the hearty
thanks of the delegates for their
cordial reception.
Sir Henri Joly, being called upon, said, "I have listened with the
deepest interest to the remarks of
His Worship, the Mayor. I agree
with  him  that this work is a most
we are pleased to note the following, so fir received:
D. Montgomery takes first for
new variety of oats and red carrots;
second for spring wheat and white
H. Falk first for white oats.
union ot the congregation and
their friends will be held on Tuesday evening, the 17th inst., trom 6
t > 8 o'clock, followed by a literary
aud musical programme in Oddfellows' Hill.
plays.    W. Middleton won the first
prize and  Merrifield & Sons the
Jos. Tamboline first for mangold ] sec��nd.
wurtzels, long red;  second for  100!
i lbs. corn for ensilage; first for Polish
sliver, cock.
On Saturday last,   the Westminster lacrosse team beat the Van-
W. Walker,   Steveston,  first for i couvers by (our  goals to one. and
Turkeys, bronze; first  and  second! Tuesday the Westminsters beat the
important  one  and   the  power for j for Pekin Ducks; first for Toulouse Capitals by three to two.
good placed in the hands of this
convention is immense. I trust
that this union will always hold as
its aim the good of the province. I
bo;>e that the result of your deliberations will always be for the good
and blessing of the province o!
British Columbia."
Hon. Kichard McBride said: "I
take it as a great privilege to have
been given an opportunity to occupy a seat on this platform and
address   this   n eeting
Thursday's  match,  Capitals vs.
Vancouver, resulted in a draw.
geese, ancl second for Guinea fowls.
Mrs. Keegan, Steveston, first for
Guinea fowls; second ior  extracted!
heney and honey iu comb, not less I
than 24 lbs of each. Word  was received, to-day, an
il. M. Vasey captured two firsts' n����ndrig the fact that to-day is the
lor  honey,   extracted   and   in   the|la8tday oi  tlle  fair-    During the
comb, not less than 24 lbs of each ! Past few davs the management had
Jas. Bone first for timothy seed, j been undecided as to whether it
Mrs. M. G. Taylor first for 10lb t W(m!d hi advisable to extend the
tub butter, and best general exhibit i fair over mother three days or not
dairy butter  with  highest average I but the matter was  finally  decided
While  11 score, no score below 90 being con-jt0 close at the oriS*��*** date.
shall be unable to  remain through- sidered;   second   for   25 lbs   daii v :
out your entire session I shall read
with great interest of the proceedings here. You all know that on
account of the conditions in this
province the legislation up to date
has been largely of an experimental
nature. In questions pertaining to
and affecting municipalities this
union will be of incalculable service
to the local legislature." In conclusion, the I'remier wished the
union every success, thanking the
members again for the oppoitunity
given him to speak.
Mayors Barnard of Victoria,
Planta of Nanaimo and Reeve Ladner were appointed a committee on
constitution, and who recommended the adoption of the constitution
of the Manitoba union, with a few
minor changes. The constitution,
as amended, was adopted unanimously.
The following officers were elect
ed for the current year:  President
I. B. Loney, Elgin, first for bes'
10 lbs, prints.
. Miss Lily Whitworth first for
best dairy butter by dairymaid
under 16 years.
W. H Smith won second prize
iu the competition among the professional bakers.
Asahel Smith was a heavy prize
winner in the spud department.
The special prize of $75 for the
best collection being won by no less
than 61 varieties.
The collection of fall and  winter
varieties of apples from all parts of
the province form  the  most prominent feature of the  whole display.
There is a small, but very  fine display   of  grapes,   notably   that   of     W.  J.   Leary,   wife  and family
Flaming Tokays from the orchards returned, Saturday evening, from ft
of T:  G. Earl,   the  veteran  fruit! visit to the great show.
grower of Lytton.   The varieties of
grapes   shown   include   Niagara,
Concord,    Brighton,     .Sweetwater,
P. Shirley and family took in the
fair this week.
R, E. Kittson and  wife took  ie
the fair on Saturday last.
F. W. Harris and wife took in the
Exhibition on Saturday last.
Geo. Lasseter and son, William,
visited the fair on Wednesday.
Mrs. T. Woollery and Mrs. An
sel were among the visitors to the
fair ou Wednesday.
Miss  Hilton   left, on  Thursday.
���     , ���       ��� , , ,, ,, ,        , for a holiday trip to Vancouver and
Mayor   Stevens,   Kamloops;   vice-; Delaware and Morns Diamond. ��,,'.. ... ,
**._, -.   .,      ' .V,._  . m     ,   ._     . .      ., I Victoria,  extending over a couple
president, Mayor Barnard, v ictoria;      The  fruits shown  in   the com- j   r
' T, ...   . . , , ; of weeks,
sec.-treas.,   Mayor   keary,   West-1 mercial  section  for the silver cup I
offered by the B. C. Fruit Growers' j ~*~~
Association, ancl which was won by      Mrs.   Handford   and   daughter,
Last Tuesday night a fair audience gathered 111 the Baptst
Church, the occasion being tbe
monthly Missionary concert. Rev.
Jas. A. Banton occupied the chair.
Rev. Mr. Campbell gave an interesting address on missions. The
pastor and Mrs. Banton gave two
beautiful ducts, Miss Inez Stainton
recited an appropriate selection. A
collection was taken at the close of 1
the meeting for missions.
Next Tuesday night there will be |
a musical and literary treat provided.    All will be heartily welcome.
Admission free.    No collection.
minster; executive, Reeves Paisley, Ladner anl Sprott and Mayor
Mayor Barnard, or Victorin, read
a paper ou "Municipal Incorporations   under   (.ieneral  or  Special
T.W.Stirling,   of  Kelowna,   with] and   Miss  Annie  Sproat and Miss
R. M. Palmer & Son of Victoria,; Isabel Kettles took in the fair ou
second, T. G. Earl of Lytton, third,' Wednesday.
W. Middleton, Vernon, fourth andl 	
Mrs, P. Matheson and her granddaughter, Miss Jennie Taylor, have
been visiting  friends in the Royal
Act." The reader took the view'J. deC. Wetherell of Buruaby, fifth,
that, were th* Ge:eral Act at once was a remarkable one. The corn-
put in  proper  form,  it  would  be petition   was   open   to   individual
much   prtierible  10 incorporation, growers   exhibiting not less than-"."''""'
. ,    , ���' .      ,       . _ , _ ,       1 Citv this week.
under a speci il charter.    I he sub-1 three boxes ot one variety, and no 1
ject was ably and readily discussed i limit was placed on the number ofj
by the author from numerous stand-1 varieties shown.    Mr. Stirling  had |    J.  Cunningham   and  family  in-
points,     the   comparisons     beiug! in this competition sixteen varieties! tend   moving   to Alberta   shortly.
pears, seven  plums  and  two crab,
apples.    Thomas G. Earl exhibited
n.^n.l.n^tnln'e Colic, Cholera and
*Lltarm:e.i*ain S Di_r)*ho<..a Remedy
IS.vsr fails,  iluy k uow,   It, way save lit'"*.
drawn in  a  most  ens/  and lucid
Mayor B-marl's 1 aper was received witi prolonged aj plause,
Mayor Planta ot Nanaimo moving
a hearty vote of thanks to the
reader, embodying in his notion the
preference of the union for the
General Act as compared to the I two peaches and one plums. The
Special Charter. The motion, sec- j two exhibitors in class 1169 a,
onded by Mayor Bell of Enderby, j calling for not more than
------r~*���-- .---^=*s=^=r���.���-o^^-^ j two boxes of apples, pears, plums,
(Continued on Second Page.)    ' prunes, and et ah apples had full dis-
of apples, one crab apple, six pears, I Notice of their auction sale will be
three grapes two prunes,   and  one; found in another column.
plums.    Palmer   &   Son    showed< 	
seventeen varieties of apples,   nine 1
H. J.   Kirkland  and daughters.
thirteen varieties,   of apples,   three
pears, one crab apple,   four grapes,
, accompanied by Miss Hutcherson,
j have beeu visiting friends iu the
! Royal City during the fair.
Messrs. W. Cressard, M. McConnell, J. Davis, P. Smith, C. Bugg,
and  W.  Dixon were   among   the
visitor.- at tbe fair ou Wednesday, ??_*�� ��>,?T T \
MMC3, SATURDAY. 0CT03JJR 7, i_,cj.
Published every SatuRsDay..
���.'Jtv-N*" _B *�� -L^r^-tcr"
Subscription, SUPO per yeeu   i
Casual AdvertiasmeaU, 10 ctrua per, line foi 1
Oh Hrst in��;rtion, nnd 5 cetite per line tor ench '
aulivquent Insertion. . The   number   ul   lints
nc.ou.d by the apace occupied, izUucuJU] tin.-
Rate* lor Commercial AdvertiaeineuH c���� bt
ha<l ou application at this office.
Reading notices.10 cents fler Une for c*c>>. insertion.
Birth and Doath.no.tlces, SK-, Marriageajl.w*
Any special notice,, the object ot which is to
Eujsi ajiy, read a papei 011 the "Ad-!
ministration of Criminal Law by
Rural; Municip-Jslitiea,"-* followed by
Mas'or '^Mard, of Cumheriaurl,.
with a paper on "Improvement's in
Legislation. 5-ioth papers*, which,
proved most interesting and instructive, weip discussed at length.
Mayor V;'ilia?d, seconded by Mtayor
Planta, recommended that the different municipalities take up thej Inr nuttings of this Lpsdge are held
law governing municipalities and every  Wednesday evening at 8 p.
A.  O,  U.   W.
Delta Lodge, Nck ta me^t* first
and third Tuesdays o: aach month
in OddfitHojws' Hall.
WSQ. Pvi'.us, M.W.
Geo. R. Manley, Recorder.
I. O.O.F.
Delta Lodge, No.. 21-:���-The rcgu-
jromote the pecuniar^, btntlit 'of,auy. individual j'
tjt company, to be Oonjtfdeocc. au adv
and charged accordingly.
All advertimoenU charged for until ordere.i
aut and paid for.
Oorrctpoudence invited on matters ot public
Iptereit. Communication* to editor must be uc-
oompanied by name of writer, not neces��Hril>
tec publication, but aa evidence of good faith
aoirraepondssner. must reacl| tlijs oSce by Thurs-
iay evening.
Gko. R. Manley,
���AT J K DAY,   OCTOBER  7,   I905
Communication with Westminster, by ' phone, was cut off by the
���i_orm,.*nd not restored again until
this morning.
Considerable improvements haye
been made, of late, in the way of
��� ��xing up the ro^ds, crossings, sidewalks, etc, and still there is much
tp be desired, most of which wilt
have to stand over until next year.
��ekar dreamery, ni)t. having a
sufficient quantity of butter available, made no exhibit at the Fair.
We meniiion this fact for the information of those, who wer* looking
for an exhibit and wondering why
it could npt be, found. The Directors finding it impossible to keep up
with the demand, thought it unwise tft withdraw so touch from the
The steamboat connection with
Steveston���S.S. Sonoma���has been
t-he.me.ajis of arousing our citizens
tp,��.sense*of their privileges* and a
petition is being circulated praying
the government to grant a daily
ajiair service via Vancouver and
Steveston. By adopting this route
JJeUa would be able to obtain the
mail a day or two sooner than under present conditions.
Entirely  Impromptu.
VJphnuy," said his mother, "I'm
.���jft-aid .y-ou told me a, deliberate
"No, I didn't, mamma," protested Johnny. "I told it in an awful
hurry."���St. Paul Dispatch.
r^S^UJrs,,���jn I'LJ'"
How to Cure Corns and Bunions
First, soak the corn in warm
water to soften it; then: pare it down
4s closely as possible without* drawing blood and apply Chamberlain's
ing Pain Balm twice-daily, rubbing
vigorously for fjye minutes at each
application A corn plaster should
be worn a lew days to protect it
from the shoe. As a general. Unit
ment for sprains, bruises, lameness
and rheumatism, Pain Balm is un-
egualed,. For sale by F. J. Mac-
(Contiuued from First rage.)
was, after sprae dvscu.'S e-.t, finally
T^he,shar*CQti>j(rigs of-thq,Municl*
pal Clauses Act came in for general
discussion, Mayor Barnard and Aid.
Fell of Victoria, and Mayor Planta
ojid. ]j A. Catherwood being the
speakers, and a i*.corarr.e'.ida!.ioti
Was moved by Aid. Fell that- greater powers be given the rauniiipal-
ities than aje s>.t present; atfpwed in
the fLot.   Carried.
A greal) deal waf. advanced in.,
favor of adopting the Tcirrens.system oi registration,
At the final sessipn, held* on Saturday trjosuiug,  Reeve Sprott, of
make consequent suggestions to the
vert*4cui.nt executive of the-unioi}v so tba^that
body may have something to lay
before the government at the next
session ofthe legislature.
A motion by Coun. Campbell oi*
Cowichan, seconded by Coun.
Blainey of Maple Ridge, lo the effect that the government be asked
to take on itself the maintenance
and extension of trunk roads
through municipalities, was amended to refer it to the executive of
the union.
In the absence of Mayor "ear--,
Aid. Forrester rea;. His Worship'sI
paper, entitled "Municipal Finane-*.
'ing and Accounting;'* which had
been prepared by Mayor Keary and
the City Auditor, W. J. Walker.
The paper was a lengthy one and
went thoroughly into the important.
question of municipal finance**, dealing extewiyely with assessing an
well. The discussion centred round
the matter ot the advisability o��
having a uniform system ot accounts and auditing.
Reeve McDonald of Langley was
down for a paper on "Our Relation,
to the Public Schools under the
Act." Owing to the short notice,
Reeve McDonald had been unable
to prepare the paper, but he devoted himself to a most interesting impromptu resume of the subject.
When coming down from Langley
to attend the convention, the-sjjeak-
er stated that his only instructions
bad been concerning the new
School Act, whioh, said he, is there
considered unworkable. The
speaker was of the opinion that the
present act would have the effect of
driving many good teachers from
the profession, especially ib the
poorer* sections of the province.
"This," said Reeve McDonald,
"would finally result in the rearing
in British Columbia poorly educated children."
Mayor Planta moved, seconded
by Reeve Sprott, that the different,
municipalities.be. askad to take the
���present School Act under consideration and recommend to the executive of the union for presentation to the legislature any improvements which may be suggested.
The motion was carried.
Coun. Campbell, of Cawichan,
seconded by Coun. Johnston, of
Langley, moved that tbe union appeal to the legislature for amendments iu the Municipal Clauses Act j
relative to the wild iand tax in organized municipalities. In view of
a previous resolution this was declared out of order.
It was decided lis  laid   Ihe 111 *<
meetim.' of the win in K,;n .!������ j
i-   tgo6.
On motion the executive wa.s empowered to employ a legal adviser
to scrtUiiii:* allbills coming before
the legislature which affect the municipalities.
By a unanimous vote ol the convention the Canadian Municipal,
Journal was adopted as the official
organ of thu British Columbia
'Union, while the proceeditigs-of the
1905 session will be published in
that paper.
A unanimous vote of thanks was
passed to the Citv ol New Westminster for th ��� use. of the Council
chamber. i)i which to hold the session.
The proposition, to enderse. offili-J
ation with the Canadian union was
left to the executive to arrange.
Before adjourning, President
Stevens congratulated the unjon on
the result of its, deliberations. H��
again thanked the delegates for the
honor conferred op him and'assured
them he would do everything in his.
power for the new organisation.
Adjournment was then *aken,,
the date for the next meeting being
left.to the executive.. I
ui.    Visiting Brethren cordially invited to attend.
W. R. Ellis. N.G.
Du.. Av A.. King, ,Se-.
C. O. F.
Court Fraset No. 39S, meets, in
Oddfellows' Hall, second and last
Thursday evenings of each month
at t" o'clock. Visiting Brethren
A full line of English and Irish
Tweeds ajid Fancy Trouserings always kept in stock.
Horse Goods!
���     Our Harness aud  Horae Furnishings ) {
'fcliave long proved reliable, and they are    i.
L built not only for style but wear. 5 I*
I huqh Mcdowell, jl
1 LADNER, B. C 3 ��
'i ���������" .m"yat,m,a^,a,^,m.^,a,^im.^im,'*mf.m.'m^.m
Wellington CoaI,
Rosebank Lime,
Portland Cement,
Smithy Coal,
Sewer Pipe, Drain Tile,
Steam Tug "Flyer" and
Barges tor Hire.
Office: Front .St.       Phone i-6.
New Westminster.. B. C-
TOifa*o*ee*ai.%io*e*ea%*9e*Qie^e*M*t^eiOie*e*eie*i ���#it^t*#s#^#
! III 1111B I
?NEW WS35CMINSISS,    .S *. C.   <���
Manufacturers of all kinds ot
v Soda Water, Ginger
,i    Ale and Summer
,t Drinks.
\      Vonr patronage solicited
ses.*..s,**'��.��s.*..��..*..��..*��.��^..��..*^.%.,2*#..*.. ...*.....*.
Fashion Stables ��
Trucking and Draying.
Livery work of all kinds attended to promptly.
Wm* Alexander
Lndner. B. C
farm Implements.
I Machinery
Of All Kinds,
Buggies A Wagons,
Ball Ties,
Gasoline Lamps,
Lu&jtUtatlng Oils,
Ooat OH A Gasoline,
Or almost anything in that
line go to
A first-class joint put up in first-class style
call or send yo^r order to ths.
Ladner, B.C
Itkat &
Phone 9.
If you want a Dice new
Buggy* up-to-date in
every respect, or if the
one you have needs
painting, call at
Q, T. BAKER'S *^^��?^
>^,^4^-i'*H'*v***H4*^**4-t-H-4-H�� **K.*v+**V-H.-***H-*-t ���{��������*+> *J-f+������*
!    Delta Transfer Stable   |
Tenm Work Bonn at Spaolally Low Prices.
t Teleph.
JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.
one *���' Ladner " No. ro.
-��-I'4*i����-i-��-i-�� ��������;������ *i- ��� ���!��� *�� .;�����.\. 9 $.+++++#. +++.i.+++ .j. f.j.++a .i+a
au.'*' -ii-g^.-p?
L^amnmnmnmnm    a. ___���������__���_������ a*Jvssssx.-.^
The Place for Tinsmithing, Bath Tubs�� Stovt
Pipe, Conductor Pipe, Roof Plates, and Everything Else in This line.
Agent for* %
Gurney Foundry Co.'a Stoves.
P. D. Dod's Mixed Paints,
Yoho Bath Heater.
Just the thing for making water hot for washing dairy
utensils, scalding hogs, or for wash day. Every
Farmer's Wife Should Have One.
Westham Street,.
Ladner, B. C.
Are you going to build this fall ?
If so, you cannot afford to do so without
getting our pricm
Mixed Cars of Lumber and Shingles our
Give us a trial and be convinced.
GEO. Af. THRIFT, Manager.
Hazelmere,       ...      -       British Columbia
Royal Household
Just Arrived.
Bran, Shorts. ��
Incorporated 1849.
CAPITAL, - - - $3,000,000
RESERVE FUNDS1,       - - $3,302,743
TOTAL ASSETS, - -        $-51,183,625
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Savings Beparttnent,
Deposits of $1 and: upwards received aE-d" Interest Allowed at Highest Current Rates.,
__5Q* BRANCHES.-���^-
BR-AXCHES* ffN Bimr_S}-Is COJ.DM'BIA��� V&ncouver-, Vancouver
East End, Grand Forks, Nanais*,^,, Nelson, Rossland, Vicwim, Chilliwack. Lpd.t��r, 'vEumberland'.
r. ^ wi&mzR^mm^   -*   LADNER* B.C.
A Full Line of���-*
Fruit Jars,
Jar Rings,
Jelly Glasses.
HJ.Hutcherson's TiiJi Dli-LTA TIMES, SATURDAY OCTOBER 7, 1905
���trmTrt. %ijeemamm*'*m**l'meem*ormmmwamiem/^mt * .i.*?\u*
i��ue i (f;: as *-? ��*��_? *__*? fib 0 IS _S :.���-.' a? 0
Has; b?ea moved to Beaver Dam, on tlie
Scot-: 7oad, and ia now grep&fod to supply
ail kiada of Sough Fir Lumbar at reasonable prices.
mm mil fir k
T:'me Tafcie.
0. 0, Dennis*
Bast Delta.
train   leaves  ...     ci   .   at i- io
p.m. and aTic;**? u   ;���     (������uVhonai '
���1:20 p.m. ;
Train   isiiles    P01.     '.'-, ,i:on   al I
2:,*:; noon and arrives ;:! Cloverdab
ut 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.
.     n..
Visit ill 2* Card*
(Westminster Branch)
Time Table
Cars leave -Weitrolnster for Vancouver at 5.50
aud 6.50 a.m. and hourly thereafter until 11 p.
hi.: Saturdays and Sundays at 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminsters at 5.50
-ml Sjos. ui.au- hourly thereafter uutil lop.
in.: Saturdays and Suudays at 11 p.m.
We run first-class freight cars between Westminster aud Vancouver and all shipments are
handled with the utmost eare and delivered to
consignee without delay Special attention paid
to fruit shipmeuta. Oui wagonu meet all boats
aud trains.   For rutes, eti apply to
Traffic Mgr.
Westminster. B. C.
Local Mgr.
1,   d. 1
_ I-.I-1
Ii an Meal coYcrir.gr,   cither  for  WW
buiUinf ��� or improving old ones,
rr ft vm wmvt and quiokly applied,
Consider itt fine abearance-^ Its
���plendid enduring qualities���and slight
expense���and decide to serve your own
best interests by using it.
Fullest Jotaik of information iu our
Wholmale M��n_faotilrero,
ROBT. MAY, Agent,
Lei Us Talk li Over.
Have y<>u, young mau or young womttn, ever given the
future auy consideration? An** you content to drift along as
you ,r-T with a superficial pnbtic school education whicli does
uot prepare you for earning your living.
There nre openings for young men in the business world
hs stenographer.*? or clerks. Women are eligible for the same
positions, what could youdo in such-a positiou? Are you a good
penman? Are you rapid and accurate at figures. Can you use
the typewriter so asto write 40 words per minute? Can youdo
well ths man',* things th.tt are required to bedone in the business offices of large cities?
CJiiL"*s> you have taken a course in thr above you are uu-
prepifel for o-T'ce work except in a small tillage. We can
prepare yon !s>r x good position���a position that will in a few
months pay for your investment. Some of our lady graduates, are earning $40 a mouth and over.
Miss W. K. Smith receives 40 per month from the
Hastings Shingle Manufacturing Co., as stenographer. Miss
Menzie starts for the Yorkshire Guarantee and Securities
Corporation-at ��45. Several are working for the C. P. R.
at $30 per month and upward.
If you come to us and work hard. If you want further
proof of the way we help to positions write us and we will
s?nd you more names.
But don't put offi Every mouth you delay means one
UKmth*s salary lost. The sooner you graduate the sootier
yott are in a position.
Vancouver   Business  College,
Ity Hastings Street,    -    -    ���    Opposite Province Office.
J). H, ELLIOTT, PfittCipaj,
W. N. Draper,
Room 2, IClUrd Block.. Xew Westminster.
New Crop Now In Stock
HOME GROWN and imported
Wholesale and Retail.
Special Prices to Farmers' Institutes
Thouancls of Fruit and Ornamental Trees.
now growing in my  Nurseries  for
Spring planting.
Eastern prices or less. White Labor,
'������') ���'.).-    Communion ��� Sundays,
������- in.    ist  Sunday   in month,
rl Ul.
'    :.   M oVWU.
:-) a.m.
A Judicious Inquiry.
'Ki /���
.y, c
-. 1 UCf"
/ ���.)
lev. Canon Hilton, vicar.
Reverend Father Edm. Peytavin
O.M. I.    .Services   first  and   third
Sunday of each month at 10:30 a rn
Benediction, 7:3c p.m.
Rev. J. Wagner,
Parish Priest.
Services next Lord's Day at 11
a. ni.and 7:30 p.m.
Class meeting, 10.30 a.m. every
Sabbath School at 2 p m every
Sunday. Prayer meeting every
Thursday evening at 8.
Rev. J. F. Betts. pastor.
Services next Lord's Day at 11
;:.m. and 7 p.m.
Sabbath School at 2 p m Midweek meeting on Thursday evening
at 8 o'clock.
Rev. A, McAuley, Pastor.
Sabbath services at Ladner at 11
a.m. and 7 p. 111.
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at
7,30 p. rn.; choir practice at 8.
Jas. A. Benton, pastor.
According to The Commercial,
of Winnipeg, the visible supply of
oats in the United States and Canada, east of the Rocky Mountains
is 17,378,000 bushels, comparer
with i'*,, 156,000 bushels a year ago.
Owing  to   disregard   of   posted
notices, by  sportsmen and others,
and the  danger to  life  :.nd stock
through irresponsible parries shooting, wo will prosecute, without exception,   all parties trespassing on
the ''Ha/.ei G.ove, F. Kirkland and
Fredericss. Farms" after this date.
Ladner, B. C, Sept. 30, '05.
A well known traveling man w o
visits the drug trade says he often
heard druggists inquire of customers who asked for a cough me 7
icine, whether it was wanted for a
child or for an adult, and
sr,jr a child they almost
inyariablv recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. The r.ason
for this is that they know that it always cures. There i.i not the least
danger in giving it, and for coughs,
colds and croup it is unsurpas-,ed.
For sale by F. f. MacKenzie.
A tomcat sat on a moonlit shed
and warbled a son; to the night���a
grey old singer 01 plebeian birth
and hero of many a ti;:ht; and a sin-
mi man in who?e wicked soul no
love of harmony dwet, from his bed
arose in hi*, red night-clothe-, giving voice to the rage he felt.
He a b.jo-jac< siezed fn his vengeful band and hurled it nut into space,
and a smile peeped out through the
dry wan scars on the veterian tomcat's fee?.
"Never touched me," he cried,
lu triumphant glee, and a laugh of
derision toeouwedl And the madman swore till the stars went out,
and the moon hid its face in a
Again did the tomcat raise its
voice iu a soug of Sweet Marie,
and the echoes shook like currant
jelly iu the thril! ot the melodee.
Aud tlie m;n in the window a
ihotgun seiz-d, and it belched forth
a ram of lead, and the tomcat sank in
the throes of death on the roof of
the old woodshed!
With a grunt of triumph, the
murderer sou_.Lt the embrace of his
couch again, and the tomcat raised
ap its shot-pierced head, and from
it shook out the pain, and said,
"I've been slaughtered four times
now. I've haa trouble, you'll un-
detstand! But, though disfigured,
I'm still in tne ring, ancl I've five
more lives 111 ;,ani;"
Hia Welch. Ia Gold Far tke Poor.
"A Hindoo stood In a scale, and bis
weight wag measured iu ���goldpieces.
That" said a traveler, "was the strange
spectacle that I once beheld in India.
There was a great crowd looking ou,
and it took a great many goldpieces to
equal the Hindoo's weight, for he was
fat Finally, though, tbe big scale balanced, and then everybody began to
���hnut: "Tulabharn! Tulabhnri*! Tu-
labhara!" The fat m.iu _:ot out of tha
scale. He and ills friends took 1 >.
gold, rinrl. going through all tbe pnore.
quarters of the town, they distributed
It among the destitute. Thia, I was Informed, was a kind of religious ceremony among a certain sect. Every
male at the timo ia his life when It
was thought his weight would ba
greatest wan put in a scale, aud gold to
equal him in bull; wns measured out
end distributed In alius. As a rule,
each man was fortj'-seven when Lh
weight was taken. They hold iu India
that at forty-seven a man ta at his
fattest."���Philadelphia Bccord.
A Story Wltb a Had Moral.
In a prosperous town In Mexico lives
a merchant whose wealth grew ont of
a combination of toou iuck and drunkenness. Au uncontrollable desire for
drlulc cost hlm position after position.
and he drifted down to Mexico und became a news agent. He sold lottery
tickets. He had to report on dfaWlnjJ
day what unsold tickets be had and
forward them. He got drunk tbe day
before oue of the bi,j drawings. Two
days later he sobered up and found
himself lu possession of several hundred dollars' worth of unsold tickets.
He did uot possess $10 In tue world.
He examined thc list and found thai
a number of the unsold tickets bud
drawn prizes aggregating $30.ouo in
gold. He collected the winnings, paid
for the unsold tickets and took un o;it!i
of perpetual total abstinence. Thi't
was years ago. He hus uever touched
liquor since and is today a wealthy
man. The moral is bad, but the story
is too good to suppress.
All lie. Ucqiiiisd.
"Hut I don't want to play in repertory," said tho rising actress.
"OU, I don't care ai/uut tbat," tbe
manager answered, "if you're willing
to  play   in   tights."
A Speculative Can.
He waa Bomewhat In doubt
Aa he came lo e:...'!r.;
"Thu liUurc looks blight,
Lut it muy Lib tha lily."
SomclhluK Wrung.
rhyslcian���Madam, I find your husband has pneumonia iu its worst form.
Mrs. Newrich ��� I can't understand
that. We are certainly rich enough to
afford the very best there is.
M. J. HENRY, Vancouver
3010 Westminster Road.
��EALED TENDERS addressed
to the undersigned and endorsed "Tender for Indian and
Fisheries Office Bk'g., New Westminster, B.C.," will be received at
this office until Saturday, October
21, 1905, inclusively, tor the construction of Indian aud Fisheries
Office Bldg., New Westminster.
Plans and specification to he seen
and forms of tender obtained at this
Department, at the office of O. A.
Keefer, K**q., Resident Engineer,
New Westminster, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified
that tenders will not be considered
unless made on the printed form
supplied, nnd signed with their ac-
ttial signatures.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered bank, made payable to the order ofthe Honourable the Minister
of Public Works, equal to ten per
cent. (ro p.e.) df the amount of the
lender, which will be forfeited if
the party tendering decline to enter
into a contract when called upon to
do so, or it fail to complete the
work contracted for. If the tender
be not nrcepted the cheque will be
The Department does nut bind
itself to accept the lowest or any
By order,
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, Sept. 2o-h, 1905,
Newspapers;   inserting   tin's   advertisement without authority from  the
Department, will no*, bc paid f��T it..
Some Seasonable Advice.
It may be a j iece of superfluous
advice lo urge people . t this season
of the year to lay in a supply ot
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
is almost sure to be needed before
winter is over, and much more
promp and satisfactory results are
obtained wheu taken as soon as the
cold is contracted and before it has
become settled in the system, wbich
can only be done by keeping the
remedy at band. This remedy is so
,> t-il known and so altogether good
.hat no one should hesitate about
buying it in preference to any other.
.t is for sale by F.J. MacKenzie.
An Exception to the Rale.
There we* an old maiden ot Lynn
Who thought that to smile waa A eym*
But when a man said,
"Dear g-irl, will you wald?"
She save him an eloquent gryno.
Stamp-photos until the 14th, at
the old stand, next May's Tinsmith
Harry McCormick returned home
on Wednesday for the winter. His
was quite an experience, the other
day when he was assailed on all
sides by an infuriated mob of Celestials. A stab in the wrist from a
fish pick, a cut across the thumb
Irom a fish knife, beside many
bruises from solder irons, trays, etc,
are sufficient cause to make a lone
white man wish he had a few
rounds of .Smith & Wesson.
About the Sire of It.
Little Willie���Say, pa, what's a warship?
Pa���A warship, my son, is a mechanical device used in manufacturing history.
Some people never make mistake*
Nor get Involved in strife;
They may be very happy, but
They lead a lonely life.
A Mntter ot Wbo.e Frlenl.
Blohart���Yes, I once thought of going
on the stage, but friends dissuaded me.
Knocker���Friouds ot the stage, 1 presume.
General Opinion.
Lives of great men ull remind ua
That It Isn't only pluck:
We would do t.s well or better
It we only had their luck.
���New York Times.
Wnntanno���What n momory yrm
have! Did you ever forget anything in
all your life?
Duzno (after profound tbougliU���*N'ot
that   I   can   remember
Old Oraybeard���It's a pity to keep
such a pretty bird In a cage.
Mrs. De Style���Isn't it a shame*
How perfectly exquisitely lovely it
would look iu a bat!���Sew York Week-
If. __*__	
TrMDrc Marks
Copyrights &c.
.   t frne. Oldest nirenny for Becurtiip pnteilU.
1'-limits taken thruuifli Munn & Co. rscc-irc
; actnA notice, without osmvo, ln tba
Scientific American.
��� lmnrtsnmplT IllnMrn'od weekly. Isweert elr-
nlatlon of nny lolenUUO Journal. Torui��,Wa
.������it: four moiitha, |_ Sold bj all nowsfleuUsrs*.
1        Bntuch oiTSlo. 016 V 8U Waaiiittiiau, i>. C.
It should be borne in mind that
everv cold weakens the lungs, lowers the vitality and prepares the
system for the wore serious diseases, ninoiiK which are thc two
greatest destroyers of human life,
pneumonia and consumptions
Cough Remedy
has won its great popularity by its
prompt cures of this most common
ailment. It aids expectoration, relieves the lungs and opens the
secretions, effecting a stwedy and
permanent cure. It counteracts
any tendency toward pneumouia.
-   Price 25c, Larje Size 5<>c-   j
L *���*
^*I-___B SMemhma^ma��am*eaam. emmmk'emmt wm*mmme*n*S*W **r4
I ���!���!������<    I      1 1"        "~ ~
.'.'ajft-'wr -^ **_���*������
H. N..*i<;h: *'^. "P rlv:er *.bis
-J ..���!-...
Mrs. W. J.  Frederick  returned
h< me yesterday.
Shooting notices.
Miss Whitworth visited the fair
��m Wednesday.
_. -Ul. .!������-"������   U'
The Mi?seiMontgomery w.entuj(
tp the fair on Wednesday.
W. Alexander, wife and family
Hent u_>..<-��. the lair, to-day_,
Mrs. Helmer aud two children
vtufHed hpme last, evening.
Sts��fijp-photos until the 14th, at
the o'4 stand, n��xt May's Tinsmith
Revs. J. F. Betts, A. McAulay
and Jas. A. Banton were among the
visitors to the fair on Wednesday.
New Westminster, B. C.
Bert Arthur returned home- on
Thursday evening from a visk to-
Portland, fair*. Bert is, much improved in health.
Mrs. Woodley, with the Doctor's
assistance, took a walk on Delta
street this week for the first time
since her recent illness.
Fred Sutherby left, yesterdny..on
%,huu.ipg ���ji��_.via.QhiUUv*aek,
Canon H-Jton,, wife and. fawilv
visited the Rsyali <��ity on Saturday last.
Alex Davie accompanied: bis sister, Miss Davis, to the Fair on
si.1   1.       -J'      ���I
MJsseSsMiriewa.Smith and Irene
Robinson are visitiug friends in tbe
$oyal City.
M. Rsffer-t? and vyife, of Seattle,
Here guests of Frank Sutherby and
wife this. week.
Mrs. Lord and tamily, of Van-
qouver, arrived yesterday and are
guests atiTre-wmt Park-
Quite a large number oE our
residents took the opportunitv of
seeing the final lacrosse match and
the closing eveuts.of.the. fair..
It you want a portrait that will
be astistie ai��d thoroughly good, go
to the photograph studio ol Fred
L. Hacking, Columbia street, New
Remember the only. place te. hyy
the "Geuwne-Slater Shoe" at Mront-
real prices is at W. K. Sinclair's,
the Leading Shoe Store of New
Westminster. *
The- S; S> Sonoma will make-
regular trips every week day, to and
from Steveston,, Leave Ladner- 8.
a. ra. and 4 p. ni.. Returning leave
Steveston* 9. a. ui. and 5 p. m..
Mrs. Fr*nk S*therby left*. Thurs-
4ay morning, on a visit to Vancou--
uer, Seattle..ajidt other Sound cities..
George Clark's jpviaj countenance was encountered in*, th�� dairy
department of the Exhibition on
Tuesday last.
Geo. Paddou* was taken suddenly
if 1 on Sunday evening last, but we
are pleased to state be. is aple tp be
around again.
(dur ppptijar tailor, J. P. Mc-
Bhersorj, arjdi his. amiable wife,
leave, to-day, for Vancouver, where
they will take up their residence.
Mrs-. R. Moifit, of<* Chilliwack,
-who has been visiting friends in
Victoria, arrived last evening on a
M,isit tp her sistei,, Mrs. (3. T.
Robt. Swazie and wife, of Bellingham, whohad'bee.1 visiting Asahel
��mith and wife last week, returned
qome on Monday via New. Westminster.
Marshall Smith returned home
pn Saturday last, a/ter spending a
ripw weeks in California. Mrs.
JJintyh, mill, remain there for some
time yet.
Mrs. W, R. Ellis went over to
Vancouver cnulHiesd-ry, and returning, yesterday, took in the: Exhibition. W. R. Ellis and- Miss E.,
4rodie went up.later andall.return-
r3di.lt.0tne; last;ev.enitjg.
H. W. rfoltingworth and wife,
who have been visiting Jr.s. Grant
^nd wife, left on, Wednesday last
for their home at H'otham Sound,
Jwr-vis Iflhpt. M<.s. Kplliiigsw.or.t-h
ijK.a sifter of*M>rs. Guam
Some Seasonable Advice.
It may be a piece of superfluous
advice to urge people at this season
of the year to lay in a supply ot*
ChaaiberlsUi-V***, Cough Remedy. It
is almost s&re to be needed before
winter is over,; and much more-
promp aad satisfactory results are
obtained when taken as-socn as the
cold Ls coiitracied and before it has
become settled in the system, which
can only be done by keeping the
remedy at hand. This remedy is so
well known and so altogether good
that no one should hasiiate aboul
buying it in preference to any other
It is for sale by F.J. MacKenzie.
Umbrellas &
Direct from the Makers ta the
Bis: Store.
That's Ail You M,
That's What We Give.
Newest Styles in Rain Coats
By to-day's Express.
Letter Orders Promptly Filled.
Man to work on Farm, must' be
good milker
For further particulars apply
The   Ladner   Public   School   is
hereby closed until October 16, '05.
Bv order.
A. A. KING,. M.B ,
M. H. O.
Tradr Marks
Copyright* Ac.
AnroM Modlng ��*k��*oh m4 dascrlpttOD ma;
inlc-lr MOtrMia our opinion fre�� wkethwan
iiiTanMOA l*4��ol>��blr.J>��>��>tfhle.   Owngttnleii-
tout I rot, Oldert
HMaiiU taken 	
tptcu* notiM, wltkoot
utnoy for Monnai; iwttnu,
through Munn A Co. tieili
koot obarve, la tha
Sdetitlfic American
*i kMnlwmcl- Miutcttw! week]-. _��MMt_*-
catatMH ot ��nv ���cientlno Journal. '1'araa, 13 a
r��ar r four nontbi, lis Sold br all nowadealern.
MUNN & Co ����������- New York
Bruoh on.ee. W F Bt. Waat,lD*t��a. D. C.
--   'IMI' MLUm..
Wanted 20 Store Pigs, 70 to 100
pounds each.
Ladner, B C.
1% raits, Fill 1DH.
Nfs. C. L Banton,
Voice and Piano
Pupils prepared for Concert,Church
and Home.
Special Attention Given to Voice-
placement,  Tone-production
and Expression.
For Sale.
From 75 to 100 cords of wood, at
the Boundary Bav ranch. Price,
$1.25 per cord on the. ground.
1   One 4-year-old Btpwn Horse with
Diamond Brand on Hip.
Any ona-giving information which
will lead to recovery of same wilt
be suitibly rewarded.
Iiiver,h,olni^.Sbock Farm.
Rev. aud -M*s. Barton, qioved,
into their new place of residence
tiiis week orpositc.tbe Town Hall.,
Jlfra, Bwitop jSkUow fully prepared
tp meet with any wbp may bfrdesir*
i^us of commencing studies ir*: vocal
t��t* irfsstr^jnentaj, mqs:if\v
Tenders will be received by the
undemigued up. to, Monday, ��it.
gth, for supplying six cords of 20-
inch sound; body wood; fori the
Boundary Bay School.
Sec. B. B. School;
Ladner, Sept., i,8th>, '05..
For Ter.2��s and Lesson Hours Apply at Temporary Residence,
Mks. A. B. Barber's,  Ladner.
Annually, to (ill the new positions
created by Railroad and Telegraph
Companies. We want YOUNG
MEN and LADIES of good habits to
We furnish 75 per cent, of the
Operators and Station Agents in
America. Oar six schools, are the
largest exclusive Telegraph .Schools
in the world. Established 2-0 years
and endorsed by all leading Railway Officials.
We execute a $250 Bor,d to.every
student to. furnish hint or her a
position paying from $40 to $60 a
month in States east of the Rocky
Stounwjns, or from $75 to $100 a
monthin States west of the Rockies,
immediately upoi��; graduation.
Students, can' enter at any time..
No vacations. For, futyi particurars
regarding any of our schools vvvite
direct to our executive office at
Cincinnati,. O.,   Catalogue free,
Cincinnati, Ohio. JNS.1S") N..Y
Atlanta, Ga. LaCrosse,, Wis
Tcxaikana, Tex. S;.u,l"rancisqo,Ca
Owing to disregard of posted
notices, bv sportsmen and others,
and the danger- to life and stock
through irresponsible parties shooting, I will prosecute, without exception, all parties trespassing on
the "Trenatit Farm" after this date.
Ladner, B. C, Sept. 30, '05.
Delta Stock Yard
Sale, Oct. 25th, 1905.
Present   Entries���4   Fat Cows,  11
Choice Dairy Cows, 11 two and
three-year-old   Heifers,  6 Heifer
Calves,  Brood   Mare and   Foal
Yearling Colt, 2 Brood Sows.
Further entries,solicited.
Ladner, B.C.
Comprising���Dining Table with 6
leaves, 6 Dining Room Chairs,
Cabinet Writing Desk and Chair,
Centre Table, Rocking Chairs.
Linoleum, Sewing Machine, Bed
Lounge, 2 Iron Bedsteads and
mattresses, Iron Child's Cot and
Mattress, 5 Bedroom Sets, Toiletware, Druggets, Curtains and
Pole"?, Oilcloth, Stove, Heater,
No. 9 Cook Stove, Kitchen Table
and Chairs, Lamps, Crockery,
Pojs and Pans, Wash Tubs,
Wringer, Garden Tools and Miscellaneous Effects, vvhich
TyjR. H. N. RICH has received
l instructions, from Mr.  John
��� Cunningham to-Sell by Auction, at
ihis residence.,, itt the Villag*a-of Laduer, ou
Tuesday,, Oct. i^.th^
I.9P5, al 2 p.ra,;
Terms Cash,.
N.B.���The  above  iis all in first
cLss condition.
When You Want to Ship or Store Your . ror
duce or Live Stock.
'rain Elevator
Capacity 500 Tons
Space 24,000 Square Feet
The White House
Carries a Full Lin��e of Ladies* and Children's Ready-to-Wear Goods. It would pay you
to call and Inspect Our Stock.
Everything at. Most Reasonable. Prices,
a  ��Jo B&
Columbia Street,,
New Westminster
At nominal cost, private individuals or business
men can put their important papers aud valuables in a
secure and convenient place.
his is a boon to those who do not possess a safe,,
and to families travelling.
These boxes are accessible during all business hours
to the renter, who holds the key.  '
RATES s   $1.50 per year.
Westminster Trust & Safe Deposit Co., Limited.���
Authorized Capital, $25,000.
F. J. HART & CO.,
New Westminster, B. C.
Watches and Jewelry at Lowest Prices.
Bifi^irsrigr ^ SDocialt^/.
The Popular & Prevailing Style
It represents the simplest handiwork
of the iurtjiture craftsman.
Its dignified beauty appeals to the
admirer of distinctive furnisbisgs.
Our range is complete.
DINING CHAIRS-*-Upholstered in Spanish Hide-,. 2. Stytes, $9,
$10 each.
ARM CHAIRS���To match above?designs, $12, $13 each.
CARD TABLES���Round or Octagonal Tops, $12 each.
DtNTNQ TABLES���Extending to 10 feet, beautifully finished,
^40 each.
The popular finish is dull or Weaihered Oak, although inany
prefer the sott glo.ss ot the "Antwerp" finish. .


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