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LADNER, B. C., TUESDAY.,    .."RIL *3, I909.
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Delta C��cil.
IS
Just Around liie Corner dad we are skewilg all the New
in Ladies' Neckwear, Belts, Hosiery, Blouses, Skirts, Gloves, Veilings,
The 'Delta  Council  met  in  the
V��>____>�� I (-on,1t'' Chamber on Saturday las*,
._ .....     April   ioth,  at   2  p.m,, with  the
Reeve,   H.  J.   Hutcherson, in  tie
'���chair,   and  CdUns. 'Gibbie,  Davie,
laces and E abrotoies. Wiiitewear, Large Stock of Prints and Washhtorey, Moriey a���d Embree P_e.
I'seiit.
islOOQS. Minutes   of   'previous   meeting
were adopted as read.
Ltdies* Sailors I Rea^to-Wear Hats, Children's Sailors & Trimmed Hats;      ���*******��.
I Ftoui Gilley Bros, end ;the Coast
'���Otisrries.-oflering'to supply (.rushed
j'rock at $1.50 fer yard f.o.b.-Lad-
���ner. Both offers being et.u__ It.
Was decidtd'to'give the eoritract'tO!
I: Gilley Bro��.
Pjidfif f.
���'��-__.-t-_.-.__. .
-.     ssssssssj-
liie jfeizl
JVlcCaU  Patterns Carried in Stock.
Men's Department-
New Westminster, April 6;��� New Westminster, April 10.���
���judgment was handed down this Owing to the market this week be-
'morning by His Honor Judge ing changed to Thursday morning
'Ho'sva , in favor of John McKse, on account of tke-regular cmr.lt
agent for the McKee estate of <tey feliiwg on Good Friday, the at-
���Delta, in his suit under .he Over- tendanoe and the supply fell , ff t.i
holding Tenant- Act against R. a considerable'extent. The falling
Allan. The result ol the decision off was pi-.tlv dv.e to the fact that
is thnt Allan will have 'to vacate l*e GufchoB'tftu.. was teW rauiiiit^
the Jackson 'farm  premises within on that dfiV.
seven days. Allen had farme'd the Thtfre was'a strong demand fdr
property since the spring cf 1506, 'mezt of "ill kinds, but the supp.'v
working it the fiTst year 0.1 shares, 'V;as nbt *.' t0 :tne average. Tne
and'in iq&j and in iod��� arental 'feature of tte n_e_i market was th'e
basis paving $500 a ye;ir. ���cfrival ot  the  fir*, -spring tamb of
Last December   fer. MdCee foi- 'the-season.'brought in Specially for
Warded Allen Wiltesi notice thdt his 'Eastertide.    Tke cal!  lor 'this was
V^gP*
MEN'S  and   BOYS'
CLOTHING.
See the Tae'W "Cambridge" Suits for
spring, the tery lat*-
est designs to iktffe
Scotfch Tweeds afi
sizes, at $5.2, $1.4.3��
and $17-.
Boys1 2-p'iece Norfolk and 3-piece Suits
in .all thre new Tweed
effects frona $2.75 to
$7.
J5Eh
43__lii.-;.S and &hl'--'dd.
torand are consider..I
rg'oods on tb�� r__a,iw_..T..
tte.
8.
'From Whiteside and  ��dmoni__. j te��a��cy *��*�� '** ''termtaateC  on 'espectellyStratig 'and '$! '-couM .idt
���re piece ... property,'fen Scott-mad, ' Marcn '��� '9��9.    Th= tenant tolas- te brought in-fast -eno^h'f.   meet
which hbd been soid tor taxes _iome.ed'to'ke^owrned by notice, eJaim-pfrCtfemands.    Mtttten  was scarce
years ago, and offering  to -redeem^ inS -that '-he Was -emitted   to lie  as'Usua..    Veal was feirly plentiful
Isame.      Received    and   filed   and! months'-hdtice.    Prcceedings-Were a15d all^��W rea'My.   .Pork remain-
1 Clerk to   reply   that  the propperty j hken 'to  ^St   hitn   and wtren the, ed Wfc-hang��_.
���has passed   out  of .the  Council's !'case ca,nc on (or hearing-yesterday [    ffheJfowerttdfc.*..-. theto.ie.tvy
!-.iarias. |'Allel1  alleged  that   lie   had   been d'sP**?8 *f P-ai��*?*td   cut   flo vers,
������'thte ���  1^,1* t7r...   ��r,_ 't,.._-_i_.. ,.��� ....��� faiven-_ letter rby *6_r.'Ri'ch,'-tlerical !gr;Vct'd t1le ��tfrlr4t, especially rireSs-
agent fcr Mi. McKee, which stated ed for Batter t'Rsies Easter lilies
thet 'it Mr. McKee was agreeable were- cl cm-se. m-rst pro:innent
Mr. All*.]-Wonld te-al'lowed to con- a,,r! ll0 d��Seulty i��_. fatind in dis-
tinue on the premises under condi- posing of'��U-.Iwtt were plated oh
! tions -simitar''to those granted to s*le- Gf olh��r plants, daflfodils,
Lefroy, another tenant of fiie -Mc- ciuft-artes, apirea and azaleas were
Keet-ropeitv, whose lease coiitain-; favorites ar_ numerous len;-were
Mi
Men -and Boys, in all weights.
HATS���See otir Ktae of Hard and Soft Hats iin all the
New Spring Shapes and (Mors	
Sstumet Underwear-. New Easter Neckwear.
m Pepar
every description
Best American Barb Wire 4c. a Jb,
Grocery Department.
"New and Strictly FRESH O-ROOBRIBS arriving daily.
Special Blend Tea 35c, 3 lbs. fer $1-.
We Wait ����fir Basi-iess.       Ite want Vour Egp.
Agents for tie White Sewing  Machine.
Frorti fion. Win. 'f'ugsley,'-re use1
tifltting df dredge at  Gulfside, stating  that;
We would give iht   miitter 'his seri-i;
"jus consideration.     Keceived-and;
^W��3   Carr#    a   'COlBplet'a    line   Oflffiledaud  the  _.��������<_  and  ClerktoJ
these Shirtfe and Glomes and reborn- "pty-
mend them. j    1'"rottl N- l5' M^sell, re  sale of i j
rvlaOrmtUT Tfd   fth^mM, frock crusher, and enclosing cheque j        sj ,10.ice cfcusc. Mr.i��W-   ��*"�� "'-^fie, oauliilower
_Al.BJ.hLDS   Underwear   for lfor ^ to'close deal at $8oo.    8^-!McKeC|,,he  pfen.ifi- said  thft  bLm lim^em. -planting ��t��qk
knew nbthlng of anysiich a.ra��ge ,|'oft*wd foT *!<-';;" !:!r?e D^Wteefs.
ment. i      F<: Vrs aivi sHiSr.nR'V/ere'ylenti-
From the SeereWfy tt. the Delta!!   !t��� gfving 'judewieiit,'this inot'n i '"^  ^lr"  Easr.r season'"ki'cretising
j Kifle  Association, asking   permis-j j,]Ri His Honor said   that  he  \vas[t'J'e'demsnd fer  birds coasid<.tably,
���Sion to use  the  unopened   rtfaii ai- ���satisihed'tb'itt thc weight of evidence and eamsing   them   to sell rnpidly.
lowance   betwetn -the   Chewassen hWas entirely in favor ef the plaintiff.' ���*��� '"ew ^uc'ks w��mc ��ffe.ed a-" 1 wert-
reservation and the-Impertel F.rm, ; An 0vder xyas.iss_ed for .pessessioti !easi,v sold.
Gs a'rif.e rrange.    K'equest   granted !\vjtij.ft,  seven  days  frOtti dT.te.    J.I     The snpply ��'"i'pples wa< ndt'as
���Sticle-r  c��nditic_n  that  the Associa- ^. GTant acted for the plaintiff and r-ar,Se ��s last week, but was sufEci-
i tion vacate, should this lie required i Mr. McDonnell   of Vancouver  for ent t0  mee1:  ",e demands,   which
was good for number one stock.
The supply of potatoes is still de
ceived atid the atticn of -the Reeve '
I'was sttstaiired. i
,i
��_
Poultry Netting in all widths, Lawn Mowers and Garden Tools of ^ road purposes. Ithe defendant
From W. A. Gilley, re repairing
Sunbury,  Ladner   am 1   Sunnyside
wharves, enclosing estimate of oast Miss   Kil!'����r"e.   of Clayoquot,
ot-same.   Estimate accepted. ��ill be present and a Iriress tbe W.
'On motion'the Reeve av.d sClert y ��� S- 2t th-' Psirso��>ege  oc   Tfcui s- Lpieiitifetl end unolMnged in price.
t were authorized'to ptrrchase'e new dl*' a!-'i:'"tl<:;"
creasing as the season advances am.
the pirice is still rising by.leaps and
bcuTids.      Other   vegetables   were
LIMITED.
j roller and grader and to tii^pose of
[the present.property lo the best-idd-
Kvantage.
The Assessment Roll as returneti
j by the Clerk wias accepted.
'It was tietided to holtl lhe Court
of Revision on Saturday, May 8tfc,
at io a.m.
�����ti  motion, the following  were
���cppoiitted as members of 'the Court
of Revision^ The Reeve and Couns.,
'Gibbie, Davie, Storey end Morley. .
The Reeve  reported "having met
"Hon. Mr. Taylor  re 'F.tjpr<_priatioc
'for loads and stating 'tba.  j. tooo-is
to be used on the T.iink'road,'g>50��
on  the  River  road and   S-50 on
the .Scott road.
Re better conncctiwi with the G
'���!     Eggs were offered;:'a large quan-
 . __ 'tities and the call sV/as -siJfticient to
i    Rob.. __T.i.li ss.-oin.g =cwn,'BertieJrtake k11 the^upplvct'tte figures of
hnd ttae-m.sfcrtrni-e  to  be tr-awped Itile Past  feu' weefcs'    tutter was
upon - by  a   horse, vestt.d*y, >with l unchanged.i��rfd p'retilitatl.
I the resdlt tbatlfeis riiihtithii6h''bone i    Ptf-'ov-'iagis the list of ^notations
.is b_cn b;u_v broke "
1 prevailing at wsterday's market:
I     ..eef.i'h.ndiqusrte.s, 8^_c to gyin
jper lfc;'.'forequarter^, 6J<:c to. 7>ic.
Frank ���SiUfeertoy.i   yeting    sor.;,     Mutton, 13cto 14c.per'ib.
Roderick,     about     two-and-a-hallj    Lamb, 18c to sec per lb.
vears-Id.ecaiiric-veryneartodTown-l    Veal,  medium, .-i.i-c ton,'.cper
ing, (Mi-Su-iul-y last, by fall-tig into Lit.; large, ec to iee.
j the big ditch .Tt tke  corner  of  thej     p���rk, 8J cto 9c per lb.
Trunk  i.nd   Goudy   roads,     Th.'   ,fggs,   wtole-ale,   af.c   per   doz;
[little fellow  was eut   plajing witlu.retaii  -ioc.
one wf'Vhe idotgs  ..t -the time and J     Butter, 35c to apcrper lb.
had   it  not  t.t-a  for  the dog   he]     Fowls,   $8.00 to  $10.00 per do?;
I wouW mot'vs'. e been  found ii. time | chickens, $8.00 to $9.00 .per dox.
to-save liii-; Ufe     V'.'h-en   found, tht
RIFLE ASSOCIATION.
At'the meeting of'the Delta Rifle
-Association, which was held iu the
'Council    Chamber
set at $2 with  an annu.i   membership fee of ft.
The annual meeting an 1 election
of officers was  set  for  tlie second
FOOTBALL.
TheTroquoh. Cup We w_5<ptayed
'loll at Wes'ham Island on Saturday]
ITS. R.  in  East  Delta,  Bte ''Reeve little ftilow was lymg  on the hot,
stated that the company HntentWd tom oWtoe'd.rfifc  arvT] was only re
! to do something inHbcmeat future,  suscftated after considerable' labor
j     No lenders having lx-e.i received ���    -  ��� ��� -       - ���
I rc'h:��-.iii:g   gravel, Uie   matter 'was \',n 't_ie 'village   line'er   rnstrttctions
Heft iu the hav.ds of Cu_n.>Gibi)ie I trom the M.H.O.
i -with power to��et.
I
Conn.  -Mcrley  objected  to   tfris
Mucks, $-15 per .dor.
Potatoes, 8.3"'<pcr tor--
Apices, $i..y, to-^i.75 a
Onions, $1.7,s per sack.
Turnips, 751: ner sack.
��� Carrots, $t per sack.
!_-irsn-ps, 75c per sack-
������fleets,-f.i persack.
ox.
sSaturday In January, at . p.m.        !U ' ;,u wes ""'" ls"��"u u" -1""""".' ;    q^e f0i|owi���g aoeouflts were or-1<w rk being cone out of the general,
ttn   Thursday!    tp^e meeting -theo adjourned to1 flas. bfttwwen tire  WeStham   Island ryeml  paid: Gillev  Bros., Jrys-isj] revenue,
last, the Rahge Committee reported! meet   again   rat   the   cill    of   the I IiitertnediAtes 'and the Shamrocks of fG. T. BaLer, $26.75; Dr. Rothwell. j    The   Reeve   said that if  Coun. I
recommending '.hat strip of  land j Captain. ;| Vancouver.   There was a'very fair j^G; H. N, Kith, ^3.50: 'G .Dennis, ] Morley wished  it he would have^
the work stopped immediately and
; ILL! KS-TR-A TiL I. LECTURE
lying to theea^t df ffhe Chewassen!
turnout and a first-class  game   was^'2^-  A. Tine. $8;   Hong   Hing. j the work stopped  immediately and |     On
$8; Chnog -Chee, $13.50.;   Tom, $4;  himself T.ay for the work done.        ;Rev.
reserve an:l'brtj(.iiiing the  western'    T1k: wrtrk  6f tearing  down the wjtnessed which resulted in a score
..     ,.'   ..^.     --        . .  _        j old  buildings at the T.ar  of  the .    . r   ,     . I Joe   No.    2,   fn 2.50; Joe   No.- 1,
���section lint bt tire Imperial Farm,   ��� .    ._    , ,   , of -i-o'111 favor of the home team, L�� , .      r    c. ,s.-. ;.a, en. .-���   r
1 Delte Hotel ���commenced   L._t Week I f?23 _��:  J-   ScopiniOH, i-bT,-'.',    I-
'as a good site (9r a rdhge, end, on which) j��� Edition to a new fence:\Wo cf ftr'hich  wera ^sa3r^ hy J' KJosulich. ff(6.12; R. Murray. $6.25j
tuotion. th-'iepth't was adopted aiicija_dui.d  the  propertyi wji]   maV.L.   .|Stewart and one by Chas. IlTawn 1. i V_    MaTtiuilich,   $10;   C.   .Mason,
Friday   evening   next,   th.
W.     H,     Banacl nigh,    or
the Secre'ttary'retltiested to make supplication to the Council fOT'the usfe
of same; also'the matter was referred back to im. Range Committee
to make a'rou^krskdtch of ground
to be forwarded to the D. O. C.
accompanied by the menibersbp
Uoll and application lo be gazetted.
-Dn motion, the entrance tee was
great improvement to th : village
SEED WHEAT���Red   Fife and
Blue    Stem;    Timothy,    Clover,
Root and Garden Seeds.
StJTTO-TS FAMOUS SEEDS
Brackman-Ker   Milling  Co..  Ltd.,
H. N. RICH, Ladner, B.C., Agent.
Tlie following comprised the^$3.75; G. Crrtiisbon. j.75; H. Mar-
bom- team: Goal, Grant; right [chant, $60; P.. Clark, $1,3 75; Delta
back, :J. Guichon; ' left bark, L. iTimes, $1.95.
Tambolin.; right haUt, Fraser; left, The matter ot obtaining pi!es;for
hfalf, II. Wright; centre, Palmer; j Westham Island was lit in the
left wing, J. Stewart; inside left, [hands of-Coirr,. Gibbie with power
C.   Brawn;   centre   forward,   W. [to act.
Savage;   inside   right,   Tamboline;      The Reeve reported  having  put
outside right, F. Guichou. ijuaeii-to work at cleaning out ditches
After soBie''discussion'it was de-, Qtieeh's'Avemie'Methods.' Church
cided   to continue  the  work   and New  Westminster, will   : liver ������
assess adjo.i-.ing.-properties for cost. ��� interesting  lecture,-entitle I,   "Aiu
-Re the widening 'cf the'Slough ong the  Cannibal  Island- "    Thi
road,   Messrs. E  VV. Calhoun   and lecture will'be under  the   -mspic. .
V,. S. Browne were tallowed  to ex- -of -Silver   Mission  Band,   he clni-
press their views'-upon  the matter drei^s   society   of   the    Methodist
and after considerable di nusston it Church here.    The lecture  will be
... decided that the Council should given in the Methodist Church at.8
; 'ji.unhand view ' the road in dis-  b'clocktcn above'date and  an ad-
pule. , mission fee of 25c will be charged
Die Council  then  adjourned till! which will be devoted-to uiiswiBi.iv
luiinisis, April 24th. at 2 p.m.        '.work. "HE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1909.
THE  DELTA
Published rvbr^
TIMES,
Tuj
iDAY.
Subscription, $1-00 per yenr.
ADVERTISE
RATES.
Casual Advertisements, 10 cents per Hue ftM
the fint ius.-rtion. and 5centsper line i*>r eacli
mbfcquent itiM?rtion_ The number oi linen
reckoned by the space occupied, 12 lines to the
lucli.
Rates lor Commercial AdvertliemeuU can be
aad on application at thia office.
Reading notices 10 cents per line (or e_cb hi-
���ertion.
Birth Death nnd Marriage notices, $i.eo,
Any special notice, the object ol which is to
promote the pecuniary benefit of any Individuh!
or curapRny. to be considered an advertisement
��� nd charged accordingly.
All advertisements charged for uutil ordered;
out and paid ior.
Correspondence invited od matters ol public
interest. Communications to editor must be ac��|
companied by name ot" writer, not necessarily
for publication) but us evidence of good. fi. 1th,
Correspondence must reach this oflice by Thursday evening,
DON'T BUY A GUN
until you have Been our New
Double Barrel Models fitted
with Stevens Compressed Forged
Steel Barrels���
DEMI-BLOC SYSTEM
Tlio mode of constructing thoso
.upcrb Trap uml Field Guns ia
fully set forth in our New Shotgun Pamphlet. Send two-cent
1stamp for it.
Atk yo��r _-*__
for Stereni   4
Demi-Bloc Gnu.'
Insist on our make.
Geo.
R. Manley,
Manager.
TUESDAY,  APRIL    13,   IQO9.
The Water Committee deserve a
new hat apiece for having succeeded   in   securing   T.   E.   Ladner's
Tashion Stables*
Trucking" and Draying.     Livery Work of
All Kinds Attended to Promptly.
All Kinds o_ Firewood Always On Hand.
lfsc_rpnt_t:_ii IK6..
J. STEVENS
ARMS & TOOL CO.
P. 0. B�� 4099
CMcopM FeIU, Dm.
J. M. COLUNSON, Phone 20, LADNER, _.C.|
<sH��ES 1    ^HOES !! "
$10,000,000
% 3,900,000
$ 4,600.000
Great Success.
The  concert  given   on Tuesday
evening last, in the  McNeely Hall,
was   an   unqualified   success   and
signature  to   the   petition.    It   is! proved a  musical  treat  such  as is
'SI
m PROCESS
of Waterproof
HOES
For Winter Weather
CAPITAL AUTHORIZE \
CAPITAL FATD-UP,
I RESERVE FUND,
Total Assets Over Fifty  Millioas.
Accounts of Out-of-Town Customers Gi\.en Spectal
Attention.
BANK BY  MAIL.
Savings Department.
Accounts ma}- be opened with deposits of ONE DOLLAR
aud  Upwards.      Interest paid,  Of credited,  half-
yearly on June 30th aud  December
31st eacb year.
K. D. SIMPSON, Manager,  LADNER. B. C.
TRY A PAIR AND BE CONVINCED.
perfectly in order for the Crescent
Islanders to join forces now aud let
us see how quick the water can be
brought in.
According to the Columbian there
is quite a large number of voters'
names to he erased from the new
list on account of their not having
beeu resident in Delta riding during the past six months. It is to
be hoped that ALL not entitled to
vote here have been taken off.
In conversation with Mr. Smillie,
ou Saturday last, we learntd that
he has not rented his farm, as has
been generally reported mound,
but  that  he  has  been   practically
not often enjoyed by any but the
residents of large cities. The
Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist Church is to be congratulated
upon the success of the undertaking and is entitled to the thanks of
the community for having secured
an evening's entertainment of such
a hi,.i order. A well trained
choir of nearly sixty voices tinder
the leadership of T. R. Pearson, of
New Westminster, rendered in ex-|
cellent style a lengthy programme
of high class music which was
greatly enjoyed throughout by the
large audience present. The entertainment began with a short mixed
programme consisting of solos,
violn; and vocal, quartettes, duets
and recitations, but the "piece de
resistance," of course, was Gaul's
famous cantata "Una"   which   was
JNO.  REAGH,   LADNER, B. c.
Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done.
DELTA  HOTEL
J. .oh.-_.on, Prop.
Newly Furnished Throughout, and
First-Class in Every Detail.
Rates on Application.
Ba   H,    WEARE
begs to  announce  that he  has reopened   lus   Mandolin  and   Violin
Classes   in   WaddefTs   Hail,  ovet
I Gifford's bather shop.
For further particulars ([apply _ra
above.
LADNER.
I
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forced  out  of dairying  thn ugh a ce.tainlv rendered in excellent taste
lack of supply of good water.    Mr.
Smillie  intends  running  his  farm
the Delta Saw mills
Are Prepared to . . .
Furnish All Kinds of
ROUGH  .&   DRESSED   LUMBER
At LOWEST PRICES. Also
Shingles,   Doors, Sash  and
House   Finish   of  All   Descriptions.
ilHIffiMD
I   J. HENLEY
I
!���>   NKW WKSiTMlNSTEH,    :-:  B.C.
I .^ Manufacturers of all ktiirlsol
jY Soda Water, Ginger
!<.    Ale and Summer
j. Drinks.
,4.      Your pairo... ge solicited
��� s-
�����-��t*....*��....*��...s*.-��..;.-...*>....?.-s.^��.*..3s... K..^.J,
ami great accuracy.
The ss Transfer brought the [fhe   BEST  Water   Tanks   Are
BRITISH  COLUMBIA
choir with about ioo excursionists
(rom Westminster, returning after
the concert was over.
himself and will take up that most
profitable branch, dairying, again
just as soon as a supply of good
water for man and beast Las. been
brought into the district. SpOT JS, M\j 24t_l, l^Mf
We wish to correct a false report; Entrjes ___. op(.n tl* Ap...;1 .^
which has been circulated against for a marathon race for non-profes-
the Water Scheme. It has been! sionals to be run (torn Ladners
stated that, since the  G. X. R. has| n_les and return:
First prize, silver plate, value fio
Second do. " "   $ 5
Entries to close April 19th, and
to be made to A. DeR. Taylor,
Laduer, B.C. Entry fee, 50c; ten
to enter aud six to sta: t.
Made ai This Mill*
Leon Harris spcut  the
here visiting friends.
holidays
j     Three pounds of fine Ja\a Coffee
j f,i 00���W. H. Smith.
Just received, a fin ��� 'in : of Chocolates in all varieties ��� W. !I.
Smith.
built its cutoff, in East Delta, the
springs from wbich we expect to
draw our water supply, are dryiug
up, but such is not the cce. The
water from the spring on the Peck
road which used to flow past R. E.
Kittson's property has simply been
ttivetted and now crosses the railway 011 the old Kirkland Estate,
down the line ditch between M.
Laws and ]. Dennis into the Robertson creek, wliere there i< just as
large a stream as ever is fl iwing.
SPECIAL OFFE*.
Farm and Ranch Review, published at Calgary, Alta., sells at $1
per year, and we are prepared to
supply this paper free to new subscribers and reneiva's uuder tlie following conditions:"
1. That   all   subscribers must be
residents of Albert 1, Saskatchewan 	
or British Columbia.
��,..,,,.. H   N. Ricli   left,   this  morning,
2. That all  subscribers   must bei ,     . 	
.. t_      1 .    I on a business visit to   \ lc'.ona, and
harmers or Ranchers, or   otherwise: .   , ,     ,.
, .     ,     .    ,       , .      wns accompanied by his son, Mastet
interested in Agricultural   pursuits.',,.. ,
Sidney, who  was   retiming  to Ins
3. That .ill  subscribers must ex-j stUflies after spending  lhe llolidaj s
press their wish that the  Farm and' at home.
Ranch Review be sent  to their ad-j 	
dress.
_.        ���    .1     .���       . _..._ .ui.'     The annual meeting of  the Lad-
Now  is   the  tune  to accept this 1        .... ���   .   h
_        ,,. ��� ner Auxiliary of the W. M  S. will
offer.    Give us a call. .    ... '
be held at the Parsonage on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. All
officers are requested to have their
reports ready.
W. J Gilbert is the gn ��� . of Mrs.
Calvert, sr., and leaves in a few
days for England.
Mr., and Mrs Alex. Smith have
recant ly arrived in our midst, Mr.
Smith having accepted the position
ol engineer at the Delta Sawmills.
PYBUS-McNE-LL.
A very quiet wedding took place,
yesterdav, at the home of the bride,
Stanley street, wben Miss Christina
McNeill was u-iited in lhe bonds of
holy matrimony to Walter C.
Pybus, both ol Ladner, Rev. J. F.
Belts officiating. After the ceremony was over the happy couple
drove to the Royal City ou their
honeymoon trip which will, of necessity, be brief on account of the
busy season.
Lost-
Rev. E R. 1'artlett wishes to
thank Ihe peo] - of the parish for
their generous E.ister gift which he
much appreciates,
H. N. Rich announces that the
Fitili Annual Spring Sale will be
held in the Delta Stock Yard, Ladner, on Wednesday, May 12th, at
2 p.m. Ry making your entries
early ynu will give a better oppor-
tui.iiy for advertising and, of necessity, i 1 crease your chances for
good prices,
On or about March 25th, a pair
of year-old Colts, a bay and a black.
Suitable reward.
A. DAVIE.
Delta Stock Yard
Ladner, B. C
MR. H. N. RICH  will  hold  the
Sth Annua) spring
���    sb SALE	
in the above Yard on
Wednesday,   I2th   May,
1909.
Ivari.v Extriics SoUciTun.
S.S. TRANSFER
Three pounds best Orange Pekoe
Ceylon Tea for $1���W. H. Smith.
Corporation of Delta.
Notice is hereby given that the
Court of Revision of lire Assessment Knll ol the Municipality will
be held in the Council Chamber,
Ladner, on .Sainrday, the 8th day
of May, 1009, at 10 o'clock a.m.
Notice of any complaints must be
given in writing to the A. -.essor,
stating the ground ot complaint, at
least ten davs previous to the sitting
ofthe Court.
N. A,
li
Jj(Westminster Branch)
Time Tabte
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5.50
���and 6.50 a.m. ami hourly "htr>**nfter until \\ p.
Vn.; SaUVdays und S9n_I��.y,s at . t p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminsters nt ...50
and 6.50 a. in. aud hourly thereafter until 10 p.
m.j Saturdays and Sunday, at ii;<.iu.
FREIGHT CARS.
We tun hrst-class freight ears between  West-
mlnUttfr and Vancouver and all shipments are
handled with the utmost efffe and delivered to
consignee without delay Special attention paid
to frnft shipments. Oui wagons meet all boats
..nd tr^ns.  VoYrtftei, etc, apply to
SID GRKOORY, I. McQtTARRTK,
Traffic Mjrr. Local Mgr.
Westminster.!!. C.
NEW YORK
CLIPPER
18 THE OR CAT EST
THEATRICAL J. SHOW PAPER
Iii THE WORLD.
94.00 Per Year,    Single Copy, 10 Cts.
ISStTED tVEKKLY.
Sample Copy Free,
FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Ltd),
stMERT.T HOME, PUBLISHERS,
____*.��_. 47 W. t-iu _.'.. tiUMt Yom.
Piano
Commencing April ist the >S.S.
Transfer will leave Brackman-Ker
wharf   every   week-day afternoon,
except Saturday, at 3 i-.ni. lor Lad-! 	
ner, Westham Island and way ports, j p0r Salerrreap; well known make;
Saturdays  at  2  p,m��� returning to, cash or terms.    Apply
New  Westminster SatUTday even- THIS OFFICE.
ings.
RUNS TO STEVESTON TUESDAYS and SATURDAYS.
Returning,   leaves Westham   Is- .     ��� ,.    ,
, ,   , I    A twivstorey 'bn .uess block, on
land every week-day morning, e*. Delta^re<,t, ^r4ata (wfth or with-
cept Friday, at 7 a.m., and   Ladner j olll ,|,e business).
Mandolins, Strings, Etc*,
Stippl.cd at Citv Prices.
For the
Spring Trade
Seeds for the Farm, Oaf*
den, Lawn or Conserva*
tory.
TVste'l Stoc'k trom the b.s. grower*
in    Engla*d,     'France,    Hollaftd
United States and Canada.
Fruit and Ornamental
Trees, Small Fnsits,
English Hollies,
Grown in the only n��t of the Ai 1
erican continent i:ot infested v. ill
the San Jose scale O ir trees d
not have to be fuaiigatel and coftS'
quently damaged.
FERTILIZERS, BEE SUPPLIE.
SPRAY   PUMPS,   SPRAY[.V ;
MATERIALS.    CUT    PLOVERS. ETC.
157-Page C:ttalo.:ae Pre'
M. J. HENRY,
Greenhouses  and   SeedhOuSes,
3010 Westminster Roari, Vancouver
rtranch Nursery. South Vancouver
Hritish Coiuuiliia.
mm iiuNCKTON,
Of Vernon,   Okanagan, has come
lo settle in Ladner, and is prepared
to fix up
FRUIT ORCHARDS
111 good shupe, or anything ou the
farm, by Day Work or Contract,
and will take work o;i the share
syst. m
Would ttake the management at
1 Farm.
Go id References.
Terms Reasonable.
For Sale*
Laduer,
McDIARMID,
C.M.C.
,\ ril sth, 1909.
7:45 a.m. Fridays leaves Westham
Island 6 a.m. and La_lT]_r at 6.45
a.m.
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedwle subject to change
without notice.
For freight and  passenger rates
apply to
ROBERT JARDINE,
         Mauagcr
The build.ng is at  present  occupied as a printing office.
Fot lurther particulars apply at
THIS OFFICE.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR
Room 2, Kit arc) niock, vew Westminster.
Piano Tunifio.
Mr. W. J, Ooara tuned out
"GRAND" Piano anl ^egulattti
the action to toy entiTe satisfa tion.,
and I can 'cen-fictitiously recoth-
mend himto;8nyone requiring this
line ol work.���Arthur Bfcwell, Organist and Choirmaster, St. Andrews' Church, Vancdttvet, B.C.
W. J. GOARD
will make regular trips here anfl
anyone Wishing their instruments
tuned or repaired will kindly leav*
Uieir .names at This Ofiioe. THE DHUA TIMES, TUESDAY, ATRIL 13, 190��.
0
1
80
CHURCH   NUTiCES.
m.i, -saint;;.
I Anglican.)
I.iffy  Communion���1-t  and   3n';
:;:i..-..,;. .  .it .5:30 a.m.; 2,id   and |th
i Sundays at i; a.m.
Matins, <i i -o'cleoli.
!y,<-i- .in.'.. 7*30 0���� elodk.
Suwiay .Sc1k-.o1 ul 10 a.ui.
d. ridey evening, 'Litau./ at 7:30.
ReV. 1". R. Bartletr. M.A.,  Vicai
CAT-H'tic
Services first and third Sunday of
ea(_i month at 10:30 a.m.; Benediction, 7:^0 ���,..'__..
I    Sunday school at 3 p.m.
Low Mass and Holy Communion
1 first and third Mondays at 6 a.m.
Rov. 'Father Wagner, O.'M.L,
���Parish  .!_.e..t.
������_. ��S__f_f��s_'_ ��� TT____s��s*Jer2s._fc��. f
COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER, UC.
__ncrsrss-ra.1-��ed 1892
Pounded 1892
���Provides ��. -Ohr.s. ion   f
'���MSTHOUIST.
Services next  Lord's Day at _.j ^roviOes �� -Uhritftiiffl   *��<Mire ffar tStfl&fftts of   both
a. m.and 7:30 p.m. ij
Class mating, after the .morning' scxfs   nt   moderate ^ TUtes.     Has   11   pw��R_tary tr_K8    fer
serviecevery Sn-'.Har-. junior students 'taking  _ ..l.lic  School   &-cn__.    ��oes High
Sabbath-School ctfipun every School -work and -���nrqparr s tor Kh-o vine id 'Teachers' Exam-
vSunday.     fprayer 'meeting:   even'I.       . _      .   '       ���   . , .- .....
Thttraday evening atS. 1 unations,      leaches   all  fcrauefcee ���jsA   w  I-rt.-r.ical Business
���     T  r. t. ..        ,     ifGourse and ee-ufer-s Dipfcuias,     SEmttstf-ts a .Liberal H&duca
Rev. T- F. Betts, iwstor.;   ... ' ;
  fttioii iii its  Collegiate Course, aud .ia   ths .Ladies' Course
Bt,^ANDREWS PRRST-VTPRnvw     !^,r --'���'��'������ L.,__.  M. L. A.    J_  '1 kcoJogywcortiers tlie de
Services next Lord1.  Dav nt   r.gree of B.D.    la Universit)'Vs'i.rk'cati.-ln].-.v.r.dett&s through
a.m. a11d7.30.p-m. -the complete Atts Course i'or  fkr   I. A.-dey.ee-of Toronto
SabbathrSchaiol 2-30 p.m.     Mid-ti ,.   .        . ...      , . ,    ,    .,,  ,, .    .    a,.,     .,...   .. T
week meeting on Wed nesday even-fl university, -with which toe s.Cei lege is m full aflHlfttion.    In
ing*at 7.30 o'clock. jj S-ienue teaches '.l.e  Firtt Year of Toronto Sahool of Sci-
Kev. J. H. Whita, M.A.jcnee, ami 'has -a  Specie-, ��ngiaeering i't. ins*: .adapted, to
  I Praetk-fl Engiaeejing work it; this i'i ..v: n. r ?.    In jjvrtrsie, a
daft-Be;, . -Oiti.pa-te ���eou.se  ia t!.ei?7v: '.voice o_w._.r.��, and   piano  ariH
Sabbath -services���'Crescent Is- orgr.i:.. hi '<CO_|sjm__tiot_   with 't..._   3��wrirttto tullege cf music.
land, 3'p.m.; I.afiner, 7:30 p._i.     ij Special i_:_.n_c_.cr  in art aad elocution, while all 'students
Sunday School at 10:30 a. 111.
Prayer maetiijg on Thur-sday at
_ p. in.
60   YEARS'
_.xp_;..i_:��CE
ire T.-Va'-m. fte
iisgss ._ a \\t],
���{cS.it physic:!; train, u .:
with
lute
,pnv-
Trade Marks
Designs
_^^^_^_      -copyrights &.c.
AnvonG tend Ins a sketch and description mn.
���quickly oscortrun our oniulon free wliotlicr mi
-t_vonttf_ J3 proti_T_y n_t.nfnMe. Communlcv
' tion_PTrictlycoriQ!l__T.IaU.tii_lDBOOK onFr.t_aca
Bcntfr... Otemt ar.oncj-tfo^ Bocarlng put.ent.1.
;r-;:t _ii_ te___ tliro.ifjfc.-Muiiu A Co. rocalve
ij;. rial _.:(_.; wuIio at eh_-. co, __ the
Scientific nm'mi
.:Abnnt_som_47-**U*i*.��.ratctl weekly.  Largest oir-
��ilattw_ of-��.r HcVenLillojiUti'ii^.   'J'erma for
ouutla, $.'C._ a your, poat.i,7u prepaid.   Suid to/
all m).v*_caiers-
Branck OIHs-*, iSi J'St. V.'a__i_aton. I>. ..
HCMP-PB-MWli
If you average the cost price of J-M Asbestos Roofing'over
the p-riod- of years it is in service, you will see that "J-M" is
cheaper'to use'than any-'other/jirepared l-oofing. JBeing made of
Asbestos, an hidestrtctible MiBeriJ,' St is permanentlylidnrable,
and as it does not require any coating or painting, its first cost is
the only cost.   Easily applied by anyone.
Asbestoside is an Asbestos Sheathing and is the meet .economical.-durable and easily applied siding known.
A_k fot- _*a.-n|_l__. _nd.inric-_.
H. W.. JOHNS-MflNViLLC CO.,
576 First Ave. S.' Seattle, Washs
.SYNOPSIS    OF   CANADIAN    HOME
-STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Domuiioii Lands wiiii-
in.the Railway Belt in British Coluiu-
-hia, r.'.ay be Jiomesteaded by .iny i>ev |
|-son who Is the-.FOle head of a family,!
or any male over 1_ years of age, to I
the extent of one-quartoi' section oi!
160 acres, more or l��_e*\
Entry must be made persan;vfiy at!
the local land office [or thn district in
which tho land-is situate. Entry by
proxy may,sibo-weven be made on certain conditions by the father, mother,
son, ds->ughter, boother or sister of anj
inteudias homesteader.
The-JioDiesteader Ip roqiiirod to perform the conditions connected there I
with und.r one-of-.tbci fe'lowtr.; plan-: i
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivationuM lhe bud 111
each year for'throe y.ar-r.
(2) If the father (�����-.- mother, if th- j
fathev is deceased) of ��.' e bur. ssteader
resides iiiion a fam. tn rlicAicinity ol !
the land ontt-red for, .h. rcisnireme-iis j
aa to residence may I. _atis(led bj j
such person resldinfi wilh The father
or mother.
(3) If the settlertihas his p-nnnn.-m |
Tpsidetce upon farming    land own..-.'! I
by'him'in the vicfclrj-s.of his home j
stead,   the  veffu..em-Ms    ns.   10  resl
denee  mts.v  be  sa'tt_fid_ bj ' residence
ui.-on the said lasid.
Six months'"notice in wrlfhlg shonld
be given to ��� the Corn 111 i sloner of Dominion Lands'at Ottawa df intention)
tn apply for patent.
CO..!..���CYnl mining rights may be-'
leased for-.E period of twenty-one
years, at an annual rental of $1 pel
acre. Not more than 2.561 acres shall!
b�� leased to one individual or com-'
pany. A royalty at. tho rate of'five,
vents per ton shall be collr-ctcd oni
|"*he merchantablo coal min<*d.
"IV. "W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister 6f .he Interior.
N, B.���Unauthorized publication of
this  s^vertisement    will  not b��, 0&t9
THESE THREE $2.50
The Delta Times THE DELTA TIMES. TUESDAY, APRIL 13, rgoj.
LOCAL NKW&.
LADNER. MAY 24.
Mr. and Mia. Manle> Wo. u, 1
Picton, Ont., are visiting .Mr. ai d
Mrs. E. A. Crawford.
W. C. Manley. brother of Geo.
R. Manley, arrived here on Thursday last, from Devonshire, Eng.
C. W. Owens and Miss Grace
Cook, of Vancouver, were guests
at the Delta Hotel, on Friday last.
Chris. Morrow came over from
Vancouver, Saturday, and spent
Sunday with his uncle, S. Morrow.
For Sa
P.C\C.fl F'0^   Strong   C.bbage
OUUU Plants re*.v f ��� Hani
ing out;  also Brown  Leghorn and
Duck Eggs, 75c  per setting.
Apply
T. PINNICK,
Slough Road.
.-,_- ���..v.>aTJ    _ ^y.,v->ft_
Wanted.
Wanted quickly, in every town,
live Lady or Gentleman, with 1 i11L.
cash, to sell the dustless Idea
Vacuum Cleaner Good profits
easy and clean work. Apply for
particulars to
FRANK FRANK,
Guelph, Out
J. West, of Vancouver, spent yesterday in town the guest of his
brother-in-law, J. Johnson, at Delta
Hotel.
The S.S. Sonoma leaves Ladner
at 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.; returning, leaves Steveston at 9:30 a.m.
and 4:30 p.m.
The annual meeting of the Riverside Mission Circle will be held
in the Parsonage to-morrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Clausen, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Kirkland and Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Lanning are trouting,
to-day, ou the Nicomekl.
Delta Stock Yard
Ladner, B. C.
Guaranteed upon absolutely safe securit}-���first
mortgages on substantial city properties SfiVE-N a._d
Eight Prr Cent. Guaranteed, free of all c$_a_-g"es,
upon sums ranging from Five Hundred Dollar* tip.
White, Shiles & (��,
New Westminster, B.O.
Agencies Represented-
Ilartlors! I.T. Insurance Co.
In_iir_u__ C_, o'f North Amends
Phoenix InsflMnce Co. ol Brooklyn    The Ocean  Accident Hi Oimrantee Corpora���
C<hium.. _t I'l.�� In. ��.Mice Co, tion, Ltd., of London, Kng.
Imperial Trust Co., Ltd. Vancouver. B.C.
MR. H. N. RICH   will  hold  the
5th Annual spring
1  , j  ���        oALc,	
in the above Yard on
Wednesday,   12th   May,
1909.
Early Entries Solicited.
Corporation of Delta.
i     Notice  is  hereby given lhat the
I Court of Revision  of the Assess-
! ment Roll ot   the Municipality will
. ��� j be  held  in   the Council Chamber.
Ladner, on  Saturday, the Sth day
H. R. Wilson, brother of W. H.  of May) I(_0(.   M ,0 oVlock a m
Wilson, arrived  here, on  Wedues-      ._   .      r , . . .
.   I     Notice of any complaints must be
i given in   writing  to  the Assessor,
j stating the ground ot complaint, at
! least ten days previous to the sitting
! of the Court.
The
Prize Winners
for
ARCH
We Beg Leave
To fci-tity the people ot Ladder and -.unrounding1 district that we are mow in ��.
positioned after Vancouver Mand
Per tland  Cement
At greatly reduced prices, making: it possible for parties wh?. contemplate building
to put in concrete foundations at about tht
same cost &s piling or other inferior
material
Write for Prices.
GILLEY BROS*
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B. 0,
day  last, from  the  East, and
make his home here in future.
PACIFIC      COAST      TESTED!
SEEDS   from    M.   J.   Henry's,
Nurseries  and  Seed  House, for i
sale at  W. H. SMITH'S, Lad
ner, B.C.
N. A. McDIARMID,
C.M.C.
Ladner, April .Sth, 1909.
S.S. TRANSFER
Do you ho.d the duplicate coupon beHu.ng*oW& .>. the
numbers below? If so, you are entitled to an elegant 109-:
piece china, dinner set. Remember, if yot. do not fiat- your
number among tbe list this month, reserve WiiT coupons,
gather what more you can as you 'are Jnst Vis likely to win
next mouth on this month's coupon a.s uot.
46878  31910  34148 38663 36449
38588  30489  48857 47555 49852
Every 49 lb Sack of ROYAL STANDARD
FLOUR contains a numbered coupon entitling the holder
to a chance to win one of ten beautiful and -costly china
dinner sets that are. given away monthly lo the. users of this
famous bread flour. Save youf coupons-, n.al_e an effort to
gather all you can���you will find youf number among the
list one of these days. The winning numbers will appear
in this space the first issue of each mouth.
Sold by \V. H. Smith.
MANUFACTURED   ONLY   BY
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd,,
VANCOUVER B. 0.
JEWELERY.
___U______-_S_L
All
sorts  of  First-Class   Jewellery^
Silverware^ Out Glass, Etc,
Mr,   and   Mrs.  Willis leave, to
morrow, for Saskatoon, after spending  a  couple of weeks  here,  the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. Morrow,
at Bounday Bay.
T. J. Elliott, ol the firm of Latimer & Elliott, returned home,
Wednesday evening last, after
spending a coupl; of days on business in Vancouver.
H. N. Rich conducted a most
successful sale, on Wednesday last,
of I. Whitwortli's dairy cattle,
when all were sold at an average
price of $60 per head.
Mr. aud Mrs. Gilbert Badgley, of
Big Island, Ont., who leave, tomorrow for Calgary, on their wav
home, have bee 1 visiting Mr. and
Mrs. E. A Crawford.
Commencing April ist the S.S.
Transfer will leave Brackman-Ker
wharf every week-day afternoon,
except Saturday, at 3 p.m. lor Ladner, Westham Island and way ports.
Saturdays at 2 p.m., returning to
New Westminster .Saturday even-'
ings.
RUNS TO STEVESTON TUESDAYS and SATURDAYS.
Returning, leaves Westham Island every week-day morning, except Friday, at 7 a.m., and Ladner
7:45 a.m. Fridays leaves Westham
Island 6 a.m. and Ladner at 6.45 j
a.m.
Additional trip Monday morning, j
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule subject to change
without notice. !
For freight  and  passenger rates
apply to
ROBERT JARDINE,
Manager.
Potato Machinery
Cuts the cost of Growing in Half
Cpp  I j~   For A-spinwall Plant=
OCC   \J&      erSi Sorters, Cutters
and Diggers.
CHAMPION DIGGERS.
We will meet ail competitors in these liftes
both in prices and in the field.
Planet Junior Cultivators
of ALL KINDS you will shortly need.
NEW STOCK ON HAND.
PRICES AWAY DOWN
Jlndnw Clausen,
LADNER.   B.  C.
REPAIRING,
All Kinds of
CLEANING    AND
"PRESSING
H. Howard,
TAILOR
SUITS   MADE   TO   ORDER
Fit and Styte Gfcaraftteed
Nex't T>obt lo H, McDowell'1
DELTA STREET,
s  MfcttfeSS Sliof,,
L-A.DNER, B. C.
Wte
Don't Let
Your Tank Leak-
Have us Line It with Galvanized]
Iron, and We Guarantee it will
Leak No More.
Wc have curd others, let us cure yours.
have them.
How about that Chicken Run ?
You will need to keep the hens out of th��
garden. We have the wire to do it at right
prices.
The Very Latest in Marine Motors> fast or
slow speed, make and break or jump spark,
E. T. rALVERT,
GENERAL
DEALER
E.    S*    McBRIDE.
General Herchar..,
Phone 5,   -   Port Gukfc
Latimer & Elliott
LADNER,  B.C
LADNER,  B. G.

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