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'On   Tuesday -cvenihj   last, the. a-saivi luiiimviti      Tfae  Delta  CotIneU  ttet  in the
.'ladies   oL the   Methodist   Church j  ��� jCouncil Chamber em .Saturday last,
|:held their anniversary supper, when! The Choir of AU . aints' held i"No.v i4th*t 4:15 p.m.,-with. Eouns.
|-u largt 'niiiiiner of friends Seized'their annual entertainment in 'the .'Divie, in th' chair, 'Giftbie, <__.-
[the.opportunily of p.irtaking of the j Town Hall, on Thursday last, arid c^rist) yoi-^y at,a Embree present.
Excellent  snr-Ti.l   which  was  very ^re greeted'by a fall-house. Those j     ^^ ^   m
I who  were  turned  away  last year
I���*' 4"j0i'f; made it a .point to be 'ther, early ^adopted �� ��sfl.
AtWr the nmer  n^* had  beeuL^ time, with  the-result that tbe j -ee.fMUNicATiONS:
well  *,iippli#d,   adj.uvriltuent    wasj^eats were well packed up near thej
, j made to the auditor i\:m  where the''front,   more   people   were -stowed
liow
ON
3rd
in'fall swing,   liiis year w are gutting at_v TEN MfflS, valued
Wm\m DOLLRSS [$180.00], and a CONSOLATION PRIZE,
Sl_ai vSucSi was Ziad jrfoe las! year bul was uncSaiaiei
1st Prize, Couch.
fi    Morris Chair.
Manicure Set.
Centre ?&fo_e>,
Tea Set-
Set Fish Carvers in Cass.
Nut Bowl (hand painted).
Brush and Comb Tray (hand painted).
Set Diavolo.
Fancy Vase.
Consolation Prize, Hall Stand.
Prizes are on Exhibition in oar Shew Window.
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A  TICKET
���'or ra stance in thte Drawing will be given, with each 50c purchase, and
ind the Drawing will take place at 9 o'clock XMAS EVE, in our Store,
n the same way as laeUyear, which proved so satisfactory to all concerned.
No employee or member oi his family will be allowed to participate in
this Drawing.
'balance of the evening Wail  taken
��up with the follow; *g  programme:
Rev.   Mr. Barlovve,  fcf Cloverdale,
fed in prayer,-lifter which the chairman,   Rev. .'J. 'F,   Betts,   read   a
'tiuintx-i of .etttr_   from former'pas-
nors 'Of lhe  Methodist Church in
'this district as follows: from  Rev
A.  N.  Miller, En derby;  Rev. E.
Manuel, Cjainiwaefc-; "Rev. J. Hall,
Los  Angeles;  Rev. 'J.  A.  Wood,
Sydney,   BC;   Rev.   J.   Calvert,
Mission City;  W. J. Dowler, 13.A.,
^Victoria, containing some  very pathetic  mess_ges  lo  the congre ra-'
tion, piMhaps the most patfrstic being  that  received  from  Rev. Jos
'Hall, who is just r ecoverii) .; from a
second stroke of paralysis.
Alter these-messages of^sympathy
had been disposed of Miss 'Olga
Kirkland'enlivenstl the proceedings
with :i piano -Johvwhxli was fol-
lowed 'by a -short and interesting
f.ddres. by 'Rev. E- R. liartlett, -on
the beautifying of church-property;
-vocal .;olo, by/*. W. Rudd; address
-by Rev. J. H. vVhite.'in which he
fld\��ise<J      -"nnlar      _+>-���-'  ������������     al
fouurch -and mrgin-g the pe<?p1e'to
j1 rally round their ministers as they ,
���need the sympathy and support1-**!
ineir cong.es_._o-. c; aa],-, by Mrs.
Lanning���unfortunately -Mrs. Lan-'
ning was suffering from a sever^
cold and was unable to complete
her task; Rev. Mr.'Barlowe then
gave an address on true manhood
and womanhood; piano solo, Miss
Leila Kirkland; address by Rev. S
L. Grey; vocal-solo, Mr. Costnan.
Thc'La'dtes' Aid are to be congratulated on the very excellent
entertainment provided, and-.f any
doubt existed as to the -advisability
of getting up a supper, that -doubt
received a very rude shaking op:
on Tuesday evening'last,   i
away than  iast veer an!  still the i
..rom iRobt. '-Kennedy,  re.   sub-
'division  of about  800 acre., near
hall proved  inadequate   to   _ceom-Ltr**hHS*i  6c��U f0a<*     The Art-
modate  the  large attendance.  de-i!;"�� Kewe ����� Mthdrtaed  to sign
woi.stra._11gTtbe.f_ct that a new ball'Pan whe�� ����*��**�� been Paid-
.h needed. \     From  Dr. A. tt.-King, M.H.O..
Every  part was we_ sustained fTi   De,tB   ?a*'i__l Ur*_ ..   burner.
writhe  tableaux  were  ,Pi,IlrlkUv ^ouns. Davie arfd <_it*^ were ap-
kill and! P��'1,te<^ * deputation  tu u__eet the
were
gotten up, showing grec
a deep interest .in the work.    The [-��*ensteA  patties *ttfa  a view to
giee and cl.��ruses by the choir were
���well   rendered   and   r��_i -f.-js   great
credit upca'the choir-Blaster as well
���as upon .set individual member.
Following is the programme:
l'ART *.
having this matter'settfeid.
From'J. W.-Pike re Bale of portion ol property covered by mortgage hei! "fey -Oowifc.1. '__:_. i-fcc
:give necessary irrforraStki'.
From G.'C. ���. ffsihe.ton, rt'iDrfcl-gc
���epproaxrh -tit Can��e Pa��_, seeking
Jlnstrumelitel 0,cbestra linformafion.   Clerk to reply.
iPairiotie Sottg,  "-Canada."      The matter ot re-buildm;;  bridge
 -Choir mi 1 Oahestr,aLt ,,-  h  ^a^le's fairm *_. V.'estham
Song, "Chorus Genth-tee,^      [inland,  was Ue_t in tire Ifcends-<lf
 -������- -J- T':- paceykCoun. G.bbie with powen to tact.
Mandolin Selection  jj   chid* asj.ed  pewnission ito
.B. H. Weare & Co. L
siIku
���use
fee   nBBWi-.ici'pai     pi4cdHvf*.
���Granted urifier *her-usimlTconditions.
.Character     Song,
Coon"  Chas. Brawn j     ])r. Wi!s*m -osleed  whether  any
-Reading, '.The Armada'1      ������con*B...nicat_on hrfd '-hecu ^receive.
 Kftv. E.'K.. Uartlettst0 ^ daKn a <aalvert  near .iris
Tsh.   .Seasons'' 'Five    l _     ...   .^ cpaeested1 the' Cowidil
Obtain legal advice --BSkot. auaaisz
Spri-ng, Miss Leila Lord; Sum- ^nytfa^iieT actio;:.
After   pome   disens'siom, 'Courts.
Tableaux,
Sross
mer. Miss FloTenccLord;   A-u-
ttumn,   Miss   Gladys   Siddall;
Davie, Gibbie and  the-Clerk were
to  obtain
Winter,'Miss M.Green; Father | appointed  a committee
Time,   Vernon   Taylor;   New Uegai advice.
Year,   Viola Richardson;  -OVd
"��aar, Leon<.rd MfB.ide.
Scotch   Song,   "When  the Kye
Comes Ham-"    -tfl-Jts Smith
Violin Solo Miss Ladner
Popular Song and Chorus, "Just
"So me One".., -.-	
,������ ,..J. E. Pacey and.Ladies
Glee,   "O Who -Will  O'er-the
Downs"...- - -.Choir
Comic   Song,   "Waiting >��_'the
Smith & Co., Ltd.
1
I _T_eiqueM.-m��C-ftcpi_B-iii5 nf ihc
water from "the '9: Buras' estate
c_me "under ��� .iiscussicw, aud the
sus-firestion -wa. tnatie that P. BunMfi
be interviewed with the object cr
���promulgating a scheme to take tfee
-water eitber to the Bay or Girlf.
B. Alexander aBked- .he Coundil
to decide \i__ati_hey -w^ere gahigf-tc
:tVo about his-claim 'for Idainages .}_
\mkq Bells.
A very pret'y tv^ddi-ng took
place at the R.' C. Church of the
Sacred Heart, Port Guiebon, on
Wednesday lest, wben Andro
Radoslovich w-as unttad in lhe
bonds of holv matrimony to Bliss i
Carla Marliuoiich, both of whom j
aTe well and lavoribly known resi-
dents   of   P6r'.   Guic'ion.     Rev.
account   01   his i'horse   breaking
Church".... A. Greenwood it-hrou*1.! bridge --it?.tta<_ head of the
Ten M..'.ut-s(Intermission.       j-Slough.
rAST tI< The Connri_dtfidec.de what they
 Orcbestraj^"*1  g��inS |,to *��  iw-the TOatter;
whith was "nothing, not oonsider-
.ng themselves liable.
iThe following aicconnts-Trwere or-
���derel iiaiclT'-C.  OoTtlborough, Jao:
'Instrumental .-
Song Miss V.'Ladner
Tableaux, "Home, Sweet Home"
Six. Scenes  - -..��� -.
Old duple, Vernon   Taylor,
Miss  Leila  Lord.;  first scene
, Leonard Mt_3r.de, J-  Kelly,^7^1 ^-    I.   Baker
ij. Riis.;:on,- fao; *P.> Cgilvie.^a^o;
AT HOME.
M-r. -and Mrs. W. A. Kirkland
'wish'trs to state ithat they will be
"At Home" to all the young people of 'Ladner on Friday eve.iii_g
next, zoth inst., at 15 o'clock., att'cl
'we can guarantee a go id time to all
������who attend.
TIMOTHY & CLOVER SEEDS
-���Brackm_n-Ker    Milling   Co..
Ltd.,   H.   N.   RICH,    Ladner,
B.C., Agent.
.VOU..D   FORM   GLEE   CLUB
On Thursday evening last, Rev.
E. R. bartk'tt mado the announcement that a rn eating wiil be held in
the hall overGifibrd .> barber shop,
on Thursday evening next, at-'���
o'clock,'to consider tha advisability
of forming a glee c?Ub which is to
be purely Undenominational. 'If
you are interested in good music
vou will att<__d,
MASQUERADE   FALL.
twoscldiers, _.,_......... .._-��..-.-, .
Eddie Curtis; 'Second ��eue, ^.67; Smg^^ L^W tnite,
siihr, AriUir McBride, tMrd'^Sl.E, Fo_d,J6; H. J. Hotctar-
scenc, plowman end son. B.H.Un, $6; Fong  H.n^  .16.7c: ^
Weare Uric Taylor; Kfiitb McRae' *��; f' ^"'f^t
seen,, family circle, mother.p^an, ^��J����><���*< ��W Joe
Florence Lord; children. R.K I. tW. J-f ^**5i J- ?CC-p-
Barti,.., A. uCirivert-, angel,jinich, M_^��Ai��^;75; G.
Kathleen McBride.
TheO'.d Home
J0rmiston,-'$?5; H.'Mnttehatii,
jjas.   Follis,   f32-5��;   Jervis
jLttmher Co., -fu ;-55;   Robi.
56o;
Inlet
Mac-
The Masquerade Ball to be given
by the Excelsior Club will be he1 <11
will be supplied by I. vans' Orchestra, oi Vancouver��� -oruet, violin,
haro and cello. Supper will be
served in the hall. Come and have
a good time.
Masquerade, Town Hall, Dec. 4.
A basket social Will be held in
���1^ schoolhouse, Crescent Island,
ot? Friday evening next, at 8
���o'clock. Songs, instrumental
pieces and screaming farces will be.
spocial features. Come and enjoy
Jyourselves.
The case of Embree vs. McKee
came before the Full Court, at Vancouver, on Wednesday last, and
���was di_mis.ed with costs. This
was an appeal from a former decision in which D. A. McKee was
awarded damages for breach of con-
. tract.
Father Myard conducted  the  mar-1
riage.     After   the   cerem my   tbtf ���Sang andChorus,
hap.iv couj'l.-sat down to a suirpt-      Acmls t-.e Sea' ............ ...... ,��,.,���;,���,   c.n,-   u
������:;,���.������,vi.i.hr���__,. ,.m..*m-i*^^SKj3^JK-i
Farce,   "Blundering
Burney" -�����	
Casti-���Biddy,  Mrs.  McBride,
Barney, B. ������&. Wcare^Mr.
Bu'ilirog, J. E. Pacey.
God Save the King.
j    Messrs. C. Brawn and A, Green-! ���.__.������ ���
1 wood, both ol whom gave character      g���m Rawii���r, i,��_ leased tbe farm
songs, are new'lights on the Lad- ;.cwneaby' the late'Wm. Witter at
In the '.veiling
in the Town Hall, Ladner, on  Fii-1 fr{etid. -o' the bri le atid bridegroom I L-.u4.1ab
day,  December 14th, 190?.    Music: were euteitained to a da ice.    Am-1
eng those present wer :   Mr.   audi
Mrs. Bla/.ich, 'Mr, and  Mrs. Bus- J
sanich.'Mr. and Mrs. Cosulich, Mr. \
aud Mrs.   Vidulich, vMr.  and Mrs. j
T. Nicfclich, Mr. and   Mrs. T. Cos-:
ulic'ii, M-. and Mrs. M. Silech, Mr.
auV Mrs.   Martinolich,   Mr.   and
Mrs. Nisbet,  Mr. and -Mrs.  Tamboline,     Misses   V.    Martinolich,
M.   Cosulicfh,   M.  Bussanieh,   M.
Silech and Messrs.  J.   Nicolich,, J.
Sorlc'i, ). Cosu'.i.h, J.  Steffich, K.
Cosulichojr.
-Cut-.ncil ther. at_journel  till  Sfirt-
!��irday, DecembeK3th1',at vs-rn.
T_a��5tct Social, 'Grescent * I'slaitt,
Friday evening'. eKt stt-S,
It you'are a householder and not
���z. property owner, remembet y��'U 1
Will not be placed upon the niuiri-
-cipal voters' list unless you register]
eich year, au'd tliis is the mouth to
register in il you Wish to vote at
��� tie coming elections.
ner  stage and  their contributions,
ware highly appreciated. ; jtthfe week_
The fat ce,"*'Blundering Barney," i
was well carried out, Mrs. McBride, j
as usual, carrying her' part' to per-|-completc 1  a
���"Boundary 'Bay, andAvill move onto
Cr .'.scent
Fridav cvanin
well   balanced   farce
fection, while Mr. Weare  appeared. which was very   much   enjoyed by
 ��������� iin  a   non ' role, taking the part of j all an I   which, with  the  NationW.
Is'.and scioolhouse on Barney  with   great   credit;   J. E.l Anther,   brought   the   entettain-
next, a' S, ��� Pacey(-as a gouty old ..gentleman, ment to._ .lose. THE t>ELTA TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1968.
THE  DELTA  TIMES.
Pubush. d every Tuesday.
Subscription, $1.00 par year.
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Cuuil Adv.rtlse_i.nU, io cent* per line for
the first iuacrtion, and 5cent* per Hue for each
subsequent Insertion.    The   number  ot  lines
��*._._-_ by the space occupied, n Uses to the
neb,
Kates tgr Commercial Advertisement* on be
Bad on application at this office.
Reading notices to cents per line (or eacb la*
sertiou.
Birth and Death notices, 50c., M__rt*ge_$i.*o.
Any special notice, the object ol which is to
promote the pecuniary benefit of anv Individual
���r company, to be considered an advertisement
and charged accordingly.
Atladvertlseineata charged Dor until ordered
out aud paid tor.
Correspondence invited on matters ol public
merest. Communications to editor must be accompanied by name of writer, not necessarily
for publication, but as evidence of good faith.
Corr.spoudeuce must reach this office by Thursday evening.
Gko. R. Manlky,
Manager.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER   17. 1908.
Do we NEED a New
Town Hall ?
The answer to last  week's con
ill-drum re tbe Town Hall  is, "Because it has lost its tail."
fanners'
bit
Tasbion Stabks*
We wish to make a most emphatic denial to the rumor afloat
that the "Glee Club is to be a
Church of England affair." The
club is to be purely undenomira-
tional and free to anyone who so
desires, to join, by conforming to
the rules.
The Market.
New Westminster, Nov. 14.���
The attendance yesterday was
���smaller than usual. On account of
importations, beef is slow. Cattle
laisers of the province are aroused
and seeking ways and means to
combat tke competition.
Following is the list of quotations
|ucvmI1Iuk itt yc-iciilay'a mantel:
Beef, hindquarters, 7c to 8c
per lb; forequarters, 4c to sc
Mutton, 1 ic per lb.
Lamb, 12c per lb.
Veal, medium, uc per lb; large,
8c to 9c.
Pork, 8}��c to 9#c per lb.
Eggs, wholesale, 50c per doz;
retail, 55c.
Butter, 35c to 40c per lb.
Fowls, $7.00 to $8.00 per doz;
thickens, $5.00 to $6.50 per doz.
Broilers, $4 to $5 per doz.
Geese, alive, $1.25; dressed, per
lb, 20c.
Turkeys, alive, per lb, 25c to 26c;
4ressed, 30c
Ducks, $10 a doz.
Potatoes, $11 to $12 per ton.
Apples, 75c to $1 a box.
Onions, $1.25 per sack.
Turnips, 50c per sack.
Carrots, 60c per sack.
The adjourned annual meeting of
the Delta Farmers' Game Protective Association was held in the
Town Hall. Ladner, on Saturday
last, at 2 p.m., with the president,
J. McKee, in the chair.
The meetiug was representative
of the farming community but
somewhat slow in getting down to
business which is a very bad habit
and one which should be remedied.
The minutes oi previous meeting
were adopted a.s read.
The financial statement for the
year was read and approved, showing a balance of $210.10 on hand.
The following officers were elected for the ensuing year:
President ��� John McKee, reelected.
Vice-president���W. A. Kirkland.
Sec.-Treasurer���H. J. Hutcherson, re-elected.
Executive ��� R. McKee, Jas.
Storey, G. Grauer.
On motion the executive were
authorized to take out incorporation papers.
On motion the constitution and
by-laws were taken up clause by
clause and amended as follows:
That the membership clause be
amended to read: "Every lona fide
owner or occupier of land in tbe
Delta municipality may become a
member of this association after
subscribing to the constitution and
paying an annual entrance fee of $u\
That Rules 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 stand
as read.
That Rule 6 be amended to read:
"Members of the Association and
their sons resident with them shall
also be provided with permits without charge, but must have permits
siened by members on whose premises tney wi__. ._.     _....,.
__       -r, , 'mt shall be
exempt from Rules 3, 4 ana 5.
That Rules 7 and 8 stand as read.
That Rule 9 be added as follows:
"That all persons residing in the
municipality of Delta three months
prior to tils application may become
a member of the Association on
payment of $1."
On motion it wit rUoidod to  ask
the provincial government to consider the advisability of 1 rofecting
the sale of game by the tag system
as used in the eastern provinces.
It was also decided to pay Mr.
Yeomans $4 expenses as witness
fees in prosecuting case for trespass.
The meeting then adjourned.
Trucking and Draying.    Livery Work
All Kinds Attended to Promptly.
All Kinds or Firewood Always On Hand,
of
;6W������.
J. M. COLLINSON, Phone 20, LAMER, B.C.
Shoes for Everybody
Some Shoes look well aad wear badly, others look ladlyij
and wear well,
Ours look well, feel well and wear well,
We not only aim at having  the latest styles, Wt honest
goods as well.
We have All Sizes and Widths and can Pit Any
Foot Accurately and for very little Money. ;j
It wont do any harm to start dealing here.
JNO. REAGH,   LADNER, B. C.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZEIX,
CAPITAL PAID-UP,
RESERVE PONIX
Total Assets Over Forty-Five
$^000,00*.
.^.300,00��
$4,300,00��
Millions.
Accounts of Out-otf-Town Customers Give�� Specta*
Attention.
BANK BY MAIL.
Savings Department*
Accotnfts may "be -opened with fleposits of ONE DOLLA3B
Upward*.     Interest paid,  or credited, quarterly cm 31st Match, 30th June, 30111
SeptemTDer, 31st December.
and
K. D. SIMPSON, Manager, 1.ADNER, B. C.
Repairing Neatly and Promptly tome.
Remember the Basket Social on
the _oth inst.
It is a good thing to be a cood
kickbill player, it would seem,
when Iriend Lumsden can travel
by special, auto, as was the case on
Saturday last, when he was taken
.cost haste to the Royal City to play
against the Celtics, with the result
that tbe Royal City won by a score
of 5 to o.
Capt. Oliver has mad- a great
improvement to bis property on
Pelta street, by removing the small
building, abutting on tbe street, to
a vacant lot on Westham street,
Thi!? w>li give an unobstructed view
but ftirtjjer improvement to the
street might easily be made by
moving back the fences on either
side the abort strip ot Delta itreet
y xtending from Challficktu.n street
to Westham strett.
the Belta Saw mills
Are Prepared to , ..
Furnish Ali Kinds of
ROUGH   &   DRESSED   LUMBER
At LOWEST PRICES, Also
Shingles,  Doors, Sash and
House   Finish   of  All   Descriptions.
DELTA HOTEL
R. & McKenzie, Prop.
Newly 5__Tn_3_eQ ThTcmghcmt, and'
Frrst-Class in Every Detail,
Rates on Amplication.
LADNER.
!_..���.
B.  Me,   WEARE
begs .0 announce tbslt he re-openefl
bis Mandolin and^J Violin Classes
in Waddell's Hull, over G.fford'-
barber shop, on tThtrrsday, Sept.
17th.
'For fui_b��r -paS-ici-lors apply te
above.
J. HENLEY
s.-c.
I
The   BEST  Water   Tanks   Are
Made at This Mill*
NEW W^STmCCNSlTER,
MftnufadCufsrA <*f .��H .tintl* _*_
Soda
Ate]
Drinks.
Yotrr patronage solicited
Water, Ginger ^
and So ranter    *.
1
Masquerade, Town Hall, Dec. 4.
Miss Kirkland last week underwent a successful operation for appendicitis.
$25  REWARD.
The above reward will be given
to anyone giving information as to
the person or peisons who stole ray
Violin, on or about 22nd September last, Irom tbe liou_s lately occupied by me on T. Roberts' place, at
end of Imperial ro id.
S. ABERCROMBIE.
Notice.
Any person wishing to have his
name p'aceel on the Municipal
Voters' List as Householder or
Licenseholder must make application to the Clerk before December
ist.
By order.
N. A. McDIARMID,
C.M.C.
Milk and Cream W_nted'& KeR. TflYUa
<L KELSON THORPE,
We   pay   lhe   highest   prices   .ot
SWEET CREAM & MILK.
We would like to make contracts
with a few shippers.
Write for particulars.
ihiim Dairy l Produce bl Hi,
1001 Peirder Street,
VANCOUVER,
B.C.
FOR SALE.
Fresh Grade Cows.
In order t > make room for Imported Pureb-ed Stock, we wish to
dispose of our stoek of Fresh Grade
Dairv Cows.
Also two Purebred Holstein Bulls
nnd some Young Pigs.
Apply to
SUTHERBY BROS..
VOLUNTEER   BOUNTY   ACT,
C90S.
WARNING TO PURCHASERS.
"pWERY assignment of the right
of a South African Volunteer
entitled to a land grant must be by
way of appointment of a s'lhstitute
and must be in the form provided |
by the Act.
Special attention is called to Subsection 3 ol Section 5 of tbe Volunteer Bounty Act, 1908, which provides that no assignment of the
right of a volunteer by the appointment of a substitute shall be accepted or recognized by the Department
ofthe Interior which is not kxe-iJ
CUTKP AND DATED AFTER THE
DATE OF TJHJ WARRANT FOR THE
land- grant issued hy the Minister of Mi li. i* end Pefenpe in favoi
of tbe Volunteer.
J. W. G.REENWAY,
CoaMais.ioner of Dominion Lands,
UU wa.
28th September, ipo8.
"Veterinary Surgeons.
All   Calls	
Promptly Attended to
Phone 35 Stairfton Block
Ladner, B.C.
Per S.S.  "FAVORITE"
'Carrying freight and passengers
"to all ���pdhtts between New Westminster and Westham Island.
Leaves Brackman>& Ker's wharf
daily at 3 p.m,,-3.cept Saturdays at
2  p.m.    Additional  trrp on  Mou
days leaving at 5 a.m.
Returning 'leaves Westham Island 7 a.m, daily except Fridays at
6 a.m. Additional trip on Saturdays fcawes Ladner at 5:30 p.m.
Calls at Steveston Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays����nly.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL tANID SURVEYOR
Room _. IfflardHlod-sNet. "Westminster.
The Xsruntfi J. C. T?RUCE wffl::
leave Ladner for New Westminster
at 8 a.m., on and after Tuesday,
Sept. 8th; returning leaves New
Westminster at 5 p.m. each day,
carrying passengers only.
Tickets good -twitiil used, on��eilher
S.S. Favorite or "Launch Bruce.
J. C. BRUCE.
Mandolins, Strings. Etc*,
Supplied at *City Trices.
Acclimatize fl Stack.
Plants
Por the
Farm, -Garden, Lawn or
Conservatory-.
T.eKaHie   Varieties   at   Reasonable
Prices.     No Borers.     No   Scale
No fumigation  to damage  .toc_
TSfo  windy  agents  to  annoy yon.
Buy direct and get Trees aud Seeds
"th_t Grow.
e
Fertilizers,  Bee Supplies, Spraj
Pumps,   .Spraying   Material,    Cut
"Flowers,   etc.    Oldest  established
'���{���nursery-on the meiiilenH ol  B. _".
Catalogue free.
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M. J. HENRY'S Nurseries,
Greenhouses and Seedhouse-
VANCOUVER,   -   B. C.
I
Our Entire Stock of
Ladles9 and Childrens'
Ready-to-Wear Goods
and Fancy Goods
All New and Up-to-Date .Stock, to Clear at Cost -anti
Below.
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THE WHITE HOUSE,
A. J. BIRTCH,      -       NEW WESTMINSTER, & C 'rarEDELTA TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER xj, 1908.
QUAINT  LONDON LEGACIES.
SoK_- s..' -flral   . h��*r .Mi.    Old   Time
llrf,��sswifc��ies .tfilwi___>uai_.
.. lit. ������.;r.tH��_ i^iiuirwt's .luto ithe Uf��
of tiki  i.s-i-siiiun >nr.- aRITMT|}��__ Hip tthe re-
pon.   i.it.uc in tthe eLmitj' eoBluiiiSiiOD
011 the chtn.'.vvG eliuriti.'- iu'the-eouilty
of  London.    I or iustauce, iin  the 'reports dealing  with ttiie -city purishei
we have uu estimate 0f tbe value let
on sci-mous-by.city'men ln oldon tlmea.
Thut esttaiute varied if.om :e ijlillllnsf
i to  ��1  10s.    Oue Thomas Brlglit bad
i left 11 beguest.fo.iasermonto'-be'prench-
ed o_ the-Stli'dsS-S'oveutber ��very tlint
tt fell ou a Sunday, tbe 'minister to get
13s. _.<_., ti*. ���clerk 3s. Aa.iaad the sexton
ls. .(I.    But David tfilttin had .a.more
modest idea iof the vulue of a -soruiou
in Ihe same varish.  iHe required 'two
���serjiious   for  10  shillings,  one  to 'be
ipreaclied ou the second Suuday in Ad-
went and the other ou the second Sun-
���day iu  Lent.    Tbe ireader tgot .2 sbi',
Ulngs,  the  elm ich warden  _s.   8d.  aiw
tbe poor sexton fourpeuee .for each -ee
���casion.   Jehu I._aij(_ ithougbt 13s. _B.
���enough for two sermons.
Ia 1000 John AViuu left-a < curious be-
iqu .st to-tbetpurkh-df St. Bennet.-Puul'-B
Wharf. Aipouud was set.apait (tor ae
Annual sermou, the text te be taken
ifrom tbe fifth chapter iof St. John aut_
���the tweiity-_eve:itl) verse. He also left
���enough to buy twelve:peimy loaves for
twelve poor people -mt ithe [parish who
<atteuded a sermon every Friday In tii.
Tparish church. But lhe expected mora
for tis pound ithan tbe annual sermon,
tfor before or after the-serinon the min-
ilster had to speud nc hour examining
���or Instructing tbe poor .people iln 'the
'Christian doctrine.
Tbe most igenerous donor iof tbe
(preacher wus Jamue (Wood, wbo thought
���a -sermon lu St. Nlcbolas-Cole-Abliey
���was worth ��1 10svevery altei-nate<year.
l_n'l(__.. be bequeathed-to .tlie Company
'of Bow-jars n sum te .suable therm,
'among -"other things, -to repair to tlio
jparisb churoli .iiaiucd, after tlioy hud
-���worn 1_ .li���irvivti__enH;n__l master every itc'coikI .ytstir. tlierc to ibear'�� eer-
mon and pay the ipursou i��\ ..Os. indU
Alie clerk aiidiirgi'xhiM 4U. -*$. each. 'In
���the parish af '.St. JU.ohaul IBaHSisbn tr
oue BUwi.rtl llnylln iu the "eighteenth
'COiilm-y left iiicney l!he interest on
Which 'Was io Ua npplietl to purcbnsiiig
���two sixpenny loaves each Sunday for
two poor men or women who should at-
'-tond divine .en-Ice.���London News.
I
IN  MEXICO.
fiUitiy stheir lessons
lis .'.. hotels arc ull
of cofT.p tire sold at
���School ��1;Hiln>-
�����!ni:ii.
Tlio oliinnlien!
iClUMlIierlulUil.
The host jri'mlr
.oliaivo sioi't'S.
Tlu> Me.-.ir.ui meal'consists of more
���tiiKlK of i.."-.i i . .Mi.-iHrvtables.
���liailwa..... ������:.���. el cars and cabs all
'.provide three .lasses of 'conveyance.-
4:itlii' .'if i;-s n.'.-il estate issold by the
���Biji:aw>!Ti:';i'r i:..<!e!iiJ of the front foot.
<_'i'i:U ;.. ���; v.-i .li-'l.-icK are not sold by
���measure, biit by the dozen or by
.weight.
Many tailors take the clothes of thoir
customers 40 .the patron's home to try
ttlieni ou.
Mexican T.ion <of the lower classes
twoa-r the biggest bals in tbe world, ths
Women none at all.
Sunday is tlie great amusement day.
All'blg onteilaiiiineuls-are reserved for
'this.general holiday.
!E_UR G1P.LS.
���A Nowfofk .'Iri broke her tjrm shaking
ihandswlth her lit au. That's wlmt site
iccts lor ti.ailoi; hlm *.u Ktuth �� foriiial
.groin mg.-- 1-hllinlclpliln Nonh Anu-rioan.
When ��v 01111111 nays thut cu uf her
��� children loo. n lil;o her husband's family,
lit is h-.-.r w.-iy of admitting tin*! it U not
u. good looking as tho i-._t.���Atchison
��� Glolio.
Tlio pblcfT.��� millionaire who hns r"-''1 ���
��r>idowl9tu<.,0iX( Inr tbo return ot hliilove
: letters iiiiii u position to appreciate ths
���Wisdom ot Dion Houolcnult's caution,
"l_cv.er,kl. ? ft lady through an ink beanie."��� Kansas City World
RiVER AND SEA.
The upper Illvino isopon to navigation
tbmit itttt days a year.
Tl-,.. \V! tk well inorlta being r..nk��!
.(.'iiui-.g iln grna. rivers of the world. It
fl 1 li.ivl'guulo" for ovor 8,000 udlos, nndte
���v.-ili.:11st fesr handrad mil., of til. >'ot��is-
.I'nin.
Twlcs-�� yen. ��he Caspian overflows ano
fti..vi..- (ull'.lnos '-��� fish���-snfflnl.nt to feeo
thn whole o( cwntrnl  As'.-i, if mlviuitogu
 . 1 ,......t.,..
,1
-Two TCIn'da ���( W_��.
'In an Iowa law court an attornoy
was arguing wltb great earnestness
���end-eloquence. In the midst of bis-dr-
���;iimeirtlj-.c-'paused a-moment, says Ur_
'wieeuT-ng.end said:
"I Bee your 'honor .bakes bis (bead at
itbitt Statement I desire Ito 'reaffirm 'it,
'although your'honor'disseuts."
'fl bave mot Intimated." replied the
'Judge, "���how I should-construe tbe evl-
���d8iu_vor what my decision will bc In
the case, mud your 'remark is .nncalled
for."
"Ton s_o6k>your head:"
"Tbat wwy be tree," the court replied. "Therc'waBTa fly on my ear, and
Jireservea the right to remove lt in any
manner ft saw fit. Proceed with your
argumotrt."
���Caleb 'CnsliliWa  Drm,
'Caleb CusliLng's peculiar maimer'rif
dress and bis 'eccentricities were ifre-
j quently the-subject Of newspaper articles.   Although quite a.'large and portly mun, bis clothes always seemed to
j be two ortbree slzestso large for bim
and of tlie cheapest 'material.    He dl-
| ways during both summer land wlnWr
j wore a   large cloth  crtp  pulled  clone
down'Dn bis head and altogether looked  anything -bnt  the brilliant Jurist
j aud diplomat   One'dusy, after trending
an unusually caustlccommeiltupoij his
;'dress, he remarked to tbe writer, "1
j guess by .tlie time that'-fool is as old as
I 4 wm he will care 'more for co__f__rt
tbmi fashion."
CHURCH   N0T1CB5.
A l;t, -SARflKi.
���CAiig-licun.)
:i
Holy Coiiimunion���ist  a'ld  3rc /
Sundays at 8:3c 0.1c;; 2nti  _:id 4tli
Sundays at 1 i_:m. J
Matins, II o'ciooik.
Kveusuiig, 7:30 o'clock. '
Sunday .School at to a.m.
Friday eVeuiufj ..i.si.i-,- ai 7:30,
ftev.��. R. -artletr, M.S,, VScai
CATITOt.IC j'
Services first and third S��:nd?y of
each month at fio:gO'P..m;; Honedic-
tion, 7:30 y.in.
Sunday school ut g p;m. '
Low Mass aud Hetty-Communion
first and tl_..l iRonEays at 6 a.m.
Rev. p.uthar Wtagiier, O.M.I..   |
Pavish Rrirst.    !
Tnr ki_s.
SO IT.
U.  !:ir.sw ti,.. h ki^.s.
Muiisiua _U.lu ��� iiti.iw :t
_ll'j vvi:-.-.iu .jiT:,- i: :u  i-.-t
1" U'   III!      :,1  .V  ,���.. .  i;..*.
Bui .sh" woul.Ui'i >.r_mn ef thu
."'sr i;:.t t_w ���Uilnl-.-.liu-.v it;
fiu th. .v n.i--.- Mi*.,
And nuuacuii dislt.'t.fan. ? it.
���01..
!;
���" _
s VlnTiir.s�� ...,'h'H.i,
T '  ..'-ir.   -���!*<.. ,���: i>'.|_n;
f'lTT.S'  Ulits;-,- S'.'it^ t!-- IminT*
'.:..!   ki .-'..��.  ...   ,: ;
is., v..,,- .sjtsv :lm.K tsvtm* ti%..
1'   -, ,-'.,... .,-.-,., lU-tiaisu
..   <Hl!..KiS'   l.,l,1Ssl,l
UAltmA
Th��T th(.,u I :i"i i.l.l-
linuiu.; hiiiKl.:| smirinm,
nanny hua.-t 1^1 1 vutt:
(Rl-%U1 'TI'TltO '.<,U.
:j./_rti-i- ii-i,. L.*iotrf
s',shy-fc��_.'u-.\,_i,_d UttuMTOOM
T- 'TT-tIi'Itm: ,-i.'\'r.:; . I,:-���
\uss, u .a 1,1 m.i. 1 tfiiij|juHei
���Tlnrry l-Vem-li in Unrten l.'.t.
jiNQLES ANS iiESTS.
Min'HO>/13T.
Services ttwst Lord's Day at 11
a. m.and 7:30 p.m.
Beea on ��a o_t_i_h Pin. Class meeting, after|lhe morning
It is uo  uncommon thing to -see a jservire every Sunday.
male ost.krh-strutting about tfollowed        0 ..   .,   _,,.     ,,
.bytliree-or four disUnct broods,.all-or _, Sabbath Sdhodl at s-p in -every
'dlffereift sizes.    Wlien tbe tincubatlng | ^"liflay.  .   Prewar   meeting   every
(process  is  completed, >tlie  ��_��k   blrB j Thursday
leads  his young ones -off 'and  If ba ���
���_.a��y Vtu'i ���HsiuU.tsfUw.
ti ti'.io to have a nice, suftijdtl,
\\ li^re-1 couiti simply We
"l-^ort of.Hweekly visiior,
To draw my 4>uiury,
Anil lh��B,'����Bt_iit gof_.rr.|en_ows
^And secoied iiiolinoct lo bore me,
I'd like l<> havo some fuliow paid
To gu.��uu_i��iruwiit.__r.iu_!
COLLEGE
Beets another proud papa engages In
t�� terrific eonibift witb bim.   Tbe van- <
quIsIk.1 bird retires without ie single '
���chldk. while tlie'other, sur.ouii.led hjr ,
the two -bvooita,  walks away tiium-
iphauti};.
.!�������� Illmaelf Away.
Xfter pi'eachlilg on tbe occasion of
the reopening of u restored church the
bishop thanked the churchwarden, uu
old farmer, for bis share In thc'good
work. "And .1 must thank >yonr lordship for .your'BCHiion,"'wasftlrp reply,
"but I -eodie not help (thinking, as yoa
.nlked .tibout -sin, tlmt >your lordship
unust have been 11 little wlldlsh your-
���self ������when you were u young uiau."
;iy evening at-8.
Rev, Ts. F. Betts. pastor.
ST. ANDREW S PRESBYTERIAN     ,
:    Services next Lord's Dav at  ii-
!a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Sabbath Sohodl at team Midweek meeting on U'cnesdUy even,
ing at 7.3_ie'cl��c_.
Rev. j-.  il. %'il'e, M.A;
���The    Important 'UiiMtlou.
"lirnvr <do .-you like jyour .uew eerr
antr
"Tlmt a-siitt rtiie ojuosHon at all," an-
iwered young -Mrs. Toikins. "We aro
trying to lind out bow she likes us."
A   Doim._<i_   Limerick.
A strenuous malron named Maud
Decided her mail wus a fraud,
So she put the poor lad
Very much lo the bad
When -he.liltai!tl_3i_ealur��e-aad ��la��<t
Ttim.lr the Limit.
"��es, .1 know liim slightly. He ol-
waj-s Impresses me as being'rather��a
bard man."
"Hard? Say. that mwu. .etui dull a
knife by Just carryingd. Ju lite pocket,"
Is-
CaasMntmeaNi.
���One wh�� fliad tried several'times tu
jjnnip across n stream and had repoat-
-cdly fallen In fliniliy siicwrilcrt, wben
.ie said tow'friend, "'-Uow'much better
ft am than.tyouilu barlng&.compllshcd
�� difficulffeat"
"Not at all." repllefl l_b rfrlend. 'S
���mm biftter than you lu not wishing ito
t|ump across."
ieaptobt:.
Snbbath  services ��� Orescent
'tattfi, 3p:m.'i Ladnei:, 7:3c'p:m.
Sunday School at 10:30 a. m.
Prayer tmeeting on Thursday at
8 p.m.
nouid In
Hiien ���t i...i.u��.
en af thow tiutceuM io_ouw_r
sflomlclUa.
"We >eunnot consider your -��to��y ��������-
rlously," wrote nn editor to an mlthor,
"because you have killed'your hero in
thcmkldle of it."
And llionuthor replied, 'tl killed Mm
early' because 1 be iniiQu' tue '4k��U."
Ilrltio.o Khl.
Kind isiidy-IIow tuuny are tbere In
iho family beside yourself?
Little Amis��� iVikk; uiamuMt, papa,
sister and 11 -distant relative.
"That is only tliree. .Tbe>dlstant relative tii iTtrt �� ��ietuber of tbe family."
"Ob. yes. he-Is.   He Is tny brother."
"Vour liiolher? Thin he isn't a distant rplullrii"
"Yra. -i_a am; 'he 'Is ln tbe '-i'blllp-
'Iiines."
OThe JJI-Tcrence.
���,rWh��lt n luaury -a iclear -eonsclenee
to!" egtcluttnedIthe!high 1 minded-stittra-
Utin.
'"Tes," mrawetea Senator BDTtfhnm,
HM>a 'luxury, but It Isn't a necessity."
HOIT to B�� Saece__fnl.
The successful man grows up from tha
boy wkose motto la���everything '_n 1 place
agntnst'tho time of need. AVhcth��ri_nft.he
���school nMtn, witb tbe Uesscu Iprop.'trud
.fcoura'tn advance; in tho-workShop.'With
*11 the t ols In order, no mutter'O ha
ifcnows tbey wlll not be required for days
Ho come; in thu warehouse, where a thousand nnd one things can ba found tooc-
oupy the spare moments, ar ln the world
e'f lulnd.swhore"the linportance-of storing
tba bralnw.-ith useful facts Is taken tuto
-aonslderatlon, the successful career df thi
'lutare<lB ���bclng'MidsWllh alflnatsvad--
%nn ���Now York todee*.
Varlr Political Plnfforma.
It Is In the seventeenth century that
iflie flrst begiuiilngs of the plat form
���must'be sought'but these early traces
'Of Its use ure very slight. Thnt -there
���must have been some little employ-
iment of'ftin a demagegicw.iymay be
Inferred from the "Characters" of But-
sler, the author of the ever memorable
���'IHudlbras." 'He aeswlbes i��a .leader
���df a faction" as one who "sets the
ipsalm, and all bis .party sing after him.
iHe ts like a figure In arithmetic-tbe
.more ciphers be stands before tbe more
Ihis value amounts to. He is a great
���bBTauguer. talks himself Into nutlior-
'lty.and, like a pairet, climbs with bis
'beiik." It"ts probAble, nioreover, that
tthe flrst form of tbe platform was tlie
tonveMMcle or meeting house of tlie
Turltnn'Or Dissenter, for Butler, In hts
���character of "'Wio Swllllous Mun,'"
*aye thnt "If be be a preacher be has
the-advantage of all others of bis tribe,
for he lias a way to veut sedition by
wholesale." But tbe platform at this
'time was et ne -practical account. Such
'attempts as there wcre outside -partta-
tment to Influence opinion were made
by means of tbe press, partly by tue
ibook, partlyiby tbe pamphlet and pa.t-
���ly'by thei}ouroal.-C.>B.T.Boylance Ke*t
iin Locii__..'_.
Idla TttlV-.
'Industry Is tbe foundation of every-
'thing -worthy,.yet there"ero a great
���many idle people. Aa idle man or woman <is a ball "advertisement 1 for any
community. 'Investigation will reveal
that It ii the idle people who-engage
In bed scrape*.
lUie f��.S. Sonoma leaves I.adner
at 8:30 a.m. and 5530 p.m.; returning, leaver. Steveston at 9:30 n.ni.
antl <|;3B p.tn.
When you wish to buy visiting
cards call on the Delta Times who
will sell the besi money can buy.
If you need them printed, why you
are money'in pocket by calling on
the Delta Times first.
tttth
1! i: j;
111 a I hi
t���r
OUR SHEET STEEL
PRESSED BRICK
Is  nn  ideal cnv-i-intf,  i'Witr '-for -'new
buiUiags ��sr iiuproviinywldones.
IT IS Vt RY EASILY AND QUIDUY AP. UED,
BIVEt. IRFE0T WEATHER PROOF PROTEOnOK,
IS FIRE, LICHTNINO AND RUST PROOF
AND COSTS VERY LintE.
Censiiiler its fine appearance ��� itt
splrnstisl endurina qualities���and sliffht
exp-iiss'���and decide to serve your own
best faitoaMta by usintf it.
Plfll-lli-details ��f ia-MautKm 4rf��ir
catott%.
MET/U1IC ROITFINli CQwomiter,
ammin amnaraoturarai
:t��i��_W, ��ANADA.
Maj-  _!��. I1ft>r�� Writ.
To a fair lady bo.iw.n.or the fiitr
The conductor siiisl.-IL.idy, j-ouTiSarai"
She paid lilnv-iinJ ko
HJn hl_ way oM lit' &j
With thu faro from Iho fair to' tbe'-falr.
NEW WESTJvITNSTER, B.C.
Founded 1892 ."Incorporated 189S
Provides  a 'Christian   Alan* tfor .Students of  both
j sexes  at  moderate   rates.    Hus  a ipwjparatory   class   for
jjunior students taking  Publi-t iSdfcool  work.     Does High
j'School work and prepares for Provincial Teachers.' Examinations,     Teaches  all  branches  o.r a   Practical Businese
Course and confers 'Diplomas.     Imparts a ttjiberal Education in its  Collegiate  Course, and  in  tht 'L,-aaie<5' 'Course
for M.. E. IL., and M. JL,. A.    In Theology conifers tthe de-
gree of ii.D.    In University-work can take students through
ithe complete Arts Course tfor tthe   B.A.-ciegree of Toronto
! University, with .which the College is in full affiliation.    In
Science teaches 'the "First Year of Toronto  School of Science, rand shas a Special  Engineering 'Course  adapted to
Practical Engineering work in this Province,   fki *_m_ic- a
complete course  in (theory,  voice ctihurQ. and ;pi.ntt, ��nB
organ, in  coifjuiwttion  with tthe Toronto college of untsk.
Special instruction 'in art anfl elocution, while all students
;i<ire  reqirrredio take physical training with  .-Jl  the  priv-
1 ileges of a well equipped gymnasium.
Thut U��lh___ome "fl?'
Speaking of tho h'ttor "h," ��>wrlter!tti
ftho'itotrhostor IPest-Exjiress says: "Curiously unuiigh, tlio 'h' is not droiipcd north
.ef Vorkshiri', and .Scotland, with ohnrao-
Ttcrlstio thrlltiiiosM, taUos tha utmost oar*
���cfit. 4rclaml is prodigal in emphasizing
It, nnd, so fur as 1 kuow, tho oolonios are
������also sound on this point. Only Kngland
refusce to aspirate. Sometimes hor cou-
e'stunt Inaccuracy ln this inattor is ��iuus-
" For uxa'nipte, tnora is a ruiago m wi��
eastern counties which rejoices In the
uume et Haw. A.jiarinhloiior was asked
What lire ithnught ��f na -straege.^reachof
-who'hml beomholdiug a sortiuB'iu'die'fU.
Itage,
'���'.Well,'  he said, '1 liked the,g*t.tlo
una.).   lls'tex'was,just sultod to a. folk.'
'"��� Why, swl*rt>wa�� hi* toxtf"
""It  woro   a tex'   from ithe urenlms,
tStatid ln hnwe-andjlnmet"���i-K souudod
.c'omeiy loiko.' "
Wt Ctaenrrr Old Savage,
tftie lenl chief justice of Abyssinia li
tHescribod 'bya correspondent of'iho St.
.Uniues >(.��_*_<. *_ a cheery old gontlemap,
sdresK��!i'.n-��ih��aoblack hut, with <i iri-een
tellk linwHfreWeR'tied arotind his head un
dor neat li 'Uie "bnt, bluet .ilk cloak em
'brolderwl-withhold, sniaitpurplosllk skirt I
tti_silBr.ii.ith iiiiticojitiniiiitious of the fi.ir- |
ostlilicil lie was also ariuv. with a loug
���eword in .. red scabbard, and his squires,
���Tunning alongside, carried his riiiu uud
-(old mounted shield.
A MlntBt��r'_ t-oiniiIni_t.
ti  groat   niauy   i.pi.eoi_U   <il��rgyiuen
probably wouM syiii|_��tli!M"!_t* the Kng-
��� lish bioiiop wlic said  recently: "Ti��e two
things ef tfl-Weh I nm most tlrort are 'The
Church's One1-, onndation' nnd cold cliick
���en.    ',_.h��. b?.i_p��eeoiiiR always to be ohosen
���WhoroMOT 'I -givaud _ind titostesscs, with
fuite  extraordinary   unanimity, provide
eold ohlofcee ft_r luncheon."���New York
Tribune
Had Beea Tbere,
���Edith���Ob.-Ethel, what gbn.ltl <dot
Jack trays be supposes It's nl I "O ver t>e-
'tereen"DS'a<ad tbat be'll seud'iuy presents baet.
Ethfei (experienced)���>Tell-In *o bring
them.
icittra-ptR-wOTi
If you average tbe cost price of J-Mi'ASBEST(JBlRooPiRtswer
the period of^yeareTttiJsiiniservice, you will see that "i-M" is
i_Ae��SRt0_U8?_*ar:any oiher P^ared roofing.   Being made of
and as it tfcts-mtTi-tjuire. any.floating or painting, its first cost is
the onlys-rost.  lEaaily. appJieS by anyone.
Asbkstosioe is an Asbestos Sheathing and is the most economical durable and easily applied siding known.
*��k tor.sarr_pl��* arui priees.
H. W. JWINS-MftNVILLE CO^
576 First Awe. S. , .Seattsle, tWEaBhl
=cfP
Would Avoid th>> TrtaMa,
"I supiiose you'd like to the worth a
million dollars?" slje suggested.
"No, iiiiiiu." replied Uie trump.    "It
'uil be too much troubli* lookln' after
Ills moiioy.    All I   want Is tbat some
feller wlint'e worth a uillllou dollars
,Sball provlda fer me." .
'*���������. th* Slant..
TheToukg Man���I have known tee
w- long time patt that yoa cared for oee.
The Udy-��B��illyI  Howie that!
The Young-fan���.roaa tbe fact that
year people put themselree eat of thete
way te snat. om.
��� -iioti't preteud." People will eate*
you ut lt and tbinlt lesa of yon, and
tlioy think little enough of fee
-itcblsou tilobf. ..._-_.
YEE LEE
Successor tt>
QUONQ LEE,
CHINESE    LAUNDRY
Having purchased the above business, I am prepared to .lo first-class
work ol all kin'ds ot laundering;.
For ten years successfully operated
a la.MKlcy in New York City.
Your Patronge Earnestly
Solicited.
[.ADNER
BC
Life is not so-short'trttttnr there 1a
always time 'enough far t courtesy. ���
Emergen. _    _
It  Waan't All In Hint.
"Johnny," snid his mother severely,
<4_en)o��ue-bn_-taken a hlspieveef-gln-
gcrbread ollt^f the panlry."
<2obnuy Wusliod guiltily.
fOh,   Jobnay!"   she ' excltfhnod,   *l
Iflldrft'tbink if-was in yoa.'
"It aiu't all," replied Johnny; "part j
#f It's ln Elsie."
IM rtrnt lT*n-t*tW.
.The; first Iron ship has more repute* ,
���Wrthplacea than Homer, according to
Chambers'  Journal,   ltoth  tlie  Clj'de
���and tbe Jrtersey claim pre-emiaenc^Jl
this respect. Sir E. J.iBoW-on ot,E<_ta-
i burgh designed an Iren vegsei. 1ft' 1816, i
���tthtch waa not4auncbed till tbrcd years j
later, and lt ls snid tbnt an iron ba��t I
was worked on the Sevwti even As far ;
thack ai 1787. Steol waenot used ln the i
��� constru.tlen��� of ��erfchant ships' bulls j
'Uctll 1859.-Old-salts were Dot alone in j
ithcir'behef that wood was meant by
Providence 'toTlont, but leen to go to
-tbe tioMom. .tf_ naval ��� constructor of ,
some-repute once said: "Don't talk to
me of Iron ships. They nro contrary to j
nature." Now none but small craft mte j
built of wood ln England.
I    .
|HWc Q9q�� q&J
ft ��_r >r. *pl
THESE THREE
The Belt�� Times
V- THR DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1908;
BORN.
SMITH���On Saturday. Nov. 141b,
tbe wile ol Robt. Smith, oi a son.
LOCAL NEWS.
Masquerade, Town Hall, Dec. 4.
Remember the
tbe 20th inst.-
Basket  Social on
40-Acre farm for Sale
Known as the Dcemsr place, on
Boundary Bay; all improved and
under cultivation. Price, $5,250-
Apply to
T. HONEYMAN.
For Sale.
Thirty (*>t.oo) Shares in the Farmers' Telephone Company, Ltd.,
for sale at a bargain.    Apply to
W. H. TAYLOR.
D. Woods, of Vancouver, paid a I
short business visit here, last week. |
Notice.
w.
McClellan has leased  Grand- j
view Farm,  Boundary Bay,  from
D. Woods.
J. Samuelson, of Point Roberts,
was among the visitors to Ladner,
last week.
We are pleased to be able to state
tbat word has been received from
Victoria which says that our worthy
Reeve is somewhat better.
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott arrived
here, last week, trom the East. Mr.
Elliott has entered into partnership
with T. H. Latimer under the firm
name of Latimer & Elliott.
I hereby give notice tbat there
will be no pheasant ot duck shooting allowed on my property.
Trespassers will be prosecuted.
THOS. WILSON.
Guaranteed upon absolutely safe security���first
mortgages on substantial city properties Seven and
Eight Per Cent. Guaranteed, free of all charges,
upou sums ranging from Five Hundred Dollars up.
White, Shiks &
New Westminster, B.C.
0,
Agencies Represented���
Jn_ur____ 0*, ol North Ame'ncn
The Ocean Accident Si Gnntrtritee Corporation, Wd.s of London, Kng.
Imperial Trust Co.. I.M.  Vancouver. B.C.
Havttonl Tire Insurance Co.
Phrcnix Insurance Co. of Brooklyn
Connecticut 1-ire Insurance Co,
Lost.
On the 15th ult., a liver and
white Spaniel. When last seen was
following two sportsmen in Pem-
berton's big field, near the house,
Canoe Pass.
Finder will be rewarded on leaving same at
J. JORDAN'S LIVERY.
Notice.
I hereby give  notice
next   meeting   of   the
On Saturday next, the 21st inst.
the Westham Island   Football Club j License    Commissioners
will play off a  B.  C. Cup tie with  Delta   Municipality,   I
the Celtics of Vancouver and will
be pleased to see a good turnout,
J. A. Cairne., tbe popular teacher of Boundary Bay, was surprised,
on Saturday evening, by a number
of his old friends from Gulfside,
wben a very pleasant time was
spent.
F.ienus ur _._.. ���... M.,a Pork I
Pybus will be oleased to learn that
the crisis has passed over with tbeir
young danehter wbo has been laid
up with a severe attack of pneumonia.
'���:it at the
l_.CJ_.Td      >)!
ror    tiie
in -1 d   to
apply for a transfer ol the li   nse to
sell  liquor  in  the  Delta   Hotel to
Roy D. McKenzie, ot Ladner.
H. N. RICH.
November 1, 1908.
Notice.
We Beig Leawe
To notiiy I'h fe people of "Lad-net and surrounding district, thssflfc we .ire now in a
position to ofter Vancouver Islattd
Portland Cement
At greatly reduced prices, ma-SHng [it possible for parties who contemplate- buildiiSg
to put in concrete foundations at about th =
same cost as piling or other inferior
material.
Write for Prices,
ESTATE   JAMES
Deceased.
H.   GRANT,
OTtorf. Ic he_ehji ni<"��ss t_.t oil
Mrs. John Honeyman returned
home on tbe 6th inst., from an. extended visit to friends in Manitoba
and the Northwest, and was accompanied by her niece, Miss Margaret
Honeyman, of Manitoba, wbo will
visit here until tbe spring.
IN
persons having claims against
the Estate of James H. Giant, bite
of Municipality of Delta, B C, who
riled r,n nr aboi.t the 6th day of
September, 1908, are required to
deliver their claims and full particulars of such claims to the un-
deisigned on or before the 15th
day of December, 1908.
H. N. RICH,
Agent for Edith M. Grant,
Executrix.
Harry Wilson, second son o
Thos. Wilson, East Delta, returned
home, ou the 6th inst., from Royal
Columbian Hospital, Westminster,
where he had been confined for
ab nit three weeks, having undergone a successful operation for appendicitis.
pASTRY   pLOUR
"Why send your money out of the country
using pastry flour imported from Washington;
and Oregon, when for the sam^e or less money
you can buy a superior flour, made from Canadian wheat by mills in your own .Province.
Our WILD ROSE pastry "T_.our is manufactured
from selected white winter wheat, and for delicious cakes, pies and biscuits has no equal.
Try a sack and you will use no other.
Sold by W. H. SMITH.
��. MANUFACTURED   BY
Vancouver Milling I Grain Co., Ltd.,
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
GILLEY BRi
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B. 0,
SILVERWARE*
���m'iSS
aa.i
A.I Khtife of Te-wellcty,
New Stock,
Call an& See Thei.
Jl. Clausen,
LADNER,   B.  C.
When You Require
Messrs. Fred Land, Jos. Harris,
Thos. Husband and Roy Page returned home, on Thursday evening
last, after un extended visit to
friends in the East. Mr. Husband
brings with him a brand new instrument witb which to enliven
things here during tbe coming
months and years.
Delta Agricultural Society
LAND TO BE LET,
-MR. H. N. RICH has  received
instructions  from tlie Direc
tors of tbe above Society to LET
BY AUCTION, ou  the  premises.
on
Saturday,  November 28,
at 2 p.m.,
The Society's Land, (rom  tbe ist
day ot December, 190S, to   ist day
ot  October, 1909, subj.e. to  same
being cropped with loots.
Terms Ca. h.
Tenders Wanted.
The Days Are
Getting Shorter!
Is Your Lighting System in good order ?
Now is the time to order your new fixtures.
We are Agents for the Largest Electric
House in Vancouver a-nd Gan do your work
right and at reasonable prices.
For Sale.
Eleven
Apply to
Sticking   Pigs  lor sale.
WM. MA .SON.
Milk aud Cream Wanted
We   pay   the   highest   prices   for
SWEET CREAM & MILK.
We would like to make contracts
with a few shippers.
W'rite for particulars.
root Pender .Street,
YAHCQOVElt,     -     '.
B.C.
IN THE MATTER 0" le Estate
of WILLIAM AS.UkY, Deceased.
Tenders wlll be received by the
undersigned up till Monday, tbe
30th dav of November, instant, for
the purchase of the North East
quarter (N.E. >p of Section Thirty-
hve (35), Township Thr.e (3), New
Westminster District, known as the1
Asbury Farm and consisting of
One Hundred and Forty (140)
Acres, more or less, of Delta land
all improved and under cultivation.
The Farm is situate in Delta
Municipality at Mud Biy.
The highest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
For lurther particulars apply to
| the undersigned.
Dated at New Westminster, B.C.,
the 5th day of November, A.D.
1008,
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS.
New Westminster, B.C.
Solicitors for the Administrators of
the Estate of the  late William
Asbury, defeased.' '
We Are in the Market
For All Kinds of Produce,
going furthers
See <&s before
How About a Gasoline Engine
For wood sawing, chopping^ pumping, &c.
FAIRBANKS-MORSE   ENGINES   are   at
the head of the list.
E. T. CALVERT,
GENERAL
DEALER
LADNER,  B.C.
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleum, Window
Shades or Any Article of Furniture or
Household Furnishings a vfe'ft to LEE'S
STORE will convince you that there is the
RIGHT PLACE 'DO BUY.
Visitors Welcome.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
B. 0.
Estate ot
W.   L.   Mo
���B
HIE
V
General Merchant
Phone 5
Port Guicho.

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