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ring is  Here
Vancouver, March   27.���R.   H.
It has been decided that the next
[Spring Goo-S are Hoc..!., the Store will. Beauty an.
 -^^^^^^���^^^^^^^^^^���s^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���1*-01*11*-'*   met    I   *****-���   Council
Sperling,  general manager of the 1 PuWic appearance of the Band will chamber on  Saturday, March 24,
.,,_.,     ,.    ._,   . .   ��� .. be  on   Easter  Monday   afternoon,1
British Columbia Electric Railway,! . \
.  j after   the   arrival  ol   the  .Steamer
announced today that the electricU^Mfcr ftom   New  Wcstm.nslef)
lighting service would be extended j wilen tiiev  v \\\
with the Reeve, W. H. Ladner, in
the cliair, and Couns. Gibbie,
Davie, Pa'erson, Huff and Embree
Minutes   of    previous   meeting
were adop'.ed as read.
From    the    Vancouver,   Fraser
J W& are holding our flrst opening of Spring Hats this week, all the
[ colors and shapes that Fashion haa approved.  No two nats alike.
Our stock of House Furnishing Needs is complete.
New Carpet Squares in Wool and Tapestry, Pretty
j Designs and Colorings.
New Linoleums and Oilcloths in all widths also Stair
Carpets and Oilcloths.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   give an   open  air
to Ladiier  this  ye.tr,   so  that the 1 concert, using tbe Band  Stand   for
work would be finished and service j the first time  this season,   and  to
installed by October 1. 1 further celebrate the festive  season
The present intention is to carry' a dance will be held  at  the  Town
la wire of two thousand  volts, such . Hall, in  ihe evening, at  9  o'clock
' as it provided by the  present \vire; p. ___. sharp (please note the hour).
into Steveston. into the district south! Prof. Judges has obtained some J Valley & Southern Railway Com-
, of the main branch of the Fraser. '��� 0f the la.es. music rom the East'p*1'). aI! b*i"g for permission to
j When business increases, probably! and is working hard to get the!run their line through this district.
j next year, a uew high voltage wire, j Band in good shape for their con-j This is tu electric motor road from
' 20,000 volts, will be carried   across !certs  in  the  open air during  the! Vancouver   to   Seattle.     Received
the  river  and  a  substation  built, | summer months. aha filed.
-imlliarto the one on Lulu  Island, j    Two instruments have  been pur-;     From  A. E. White, secretary  of
Thero are three  alternate  routes j chased by the Band and  two  more j -lie Board of Trade, Xew Westmin-
to cross the Fraser. The one favored; cornets by private parties  for their' ---ter,   notifying   the   Council   that
���    ., _. ,._. 1         ���      ,v.^��� r,ra -an���s,cf;,m tis_ vt  r*   rr   r
they are requesting the B. C. E. R.
to extend their line  through Delta
by the peop'e of Ladner, is that by 0ivn hse in-the band,   all  these in-
way of Westminster and down   the j struments are filled aud it is  to  be
south side or tlie river; for the  resi- j hoped that in a short time all  sec i'o  Ladner.    Received  and Conns.
dents of Ladner believe that the: .ions of the Hand will be well bal-! Paterson, Gibbie and Huff were ap-
j tramway would soon follow the , anced in order that justice may be j pointed a committee to consult with
I light service t>y that route. ~" "  "    *** '  c
I done to all classes of music.   Every   R* H. Sperling, general manager of
Men's   Department
Hew spring Suits an. Top Coats,  *
Neglige and Regatta Shirts,
fester Neckwear,
Boots that Make life's Walk Easy.
Then   there   is  the   route  Irom, body help the Baud!    You   won't i the B. C. E. R.
T>      TA-       117
Wesfjtai Islaul
Steveston directly across the  river. regret it
to Westham Island and across Canoe
Pass to Ladiier; then  the  one by
way of No. 9 road and Woodward's,
Landing, and then   directly   across! ^^^^^^h
the river.    The Company will make'.
j a selection of one  of these  routes,:     Mrs. F, Kirkland returned hou e
(���eecordiug   to   natural    advantages on Saturday Uibt
A Short Story-Look at the Goods-
Then Look at the Prices=��
and business to be picked up alon;.
From Dr. Wilson with reference
to the digging of a ditch on the McDonald road.    Received and filed.
J. M. McDonald and .Dr. Wilson
were given a hearing as to the survey-of the McDonald road and, on
motion, the Clerk was authorized
to call in W. N. Draper, P.L.S.. to
the route
Mrs. London  and  Miss Ciilmdr. I r*_��_  the  line  north of J.   M
spent Thursday iu Vancouver;       ' I Donald's.
...     ,, , , ...     i From Alexander Robinson, Supt.
Miss Grey returned on   Saturday , , .
,    ,   ,. ��� .   _   ,,    ���      , 7. a I of Education, reelection ot  School
last, frosii a visit to the Roval City. I
j Trustees.
... ,   {_ Mrs. C. Albertson visited in .\e\\ j     0n   molion,   it  was   decided   to
  j Westminster for  a   few  days   this I *lold ,:on,I1Kltjons on Monday next,
Mrs. Milne 1 as so  far recovered | Week* . APril 2- and tlle Section, if any, on
'jas to be able to dispense  witb   her;     Seeding   operations   have   com-; Saturday. April 7th, the Clerk to be
' nur(fe. I meuced.    The land is  in  excellent j Returning   Officer.    Notices to be
condition, the hite trusts doing it tij posted 011 the office door and in the
lot of good. I postofrke.
_ ,_ , r_ c    ..      ���     1 It was also decided to request the
Stewart Mearns left for Esqmraal , | n
. , , i government   to  turn  over   to   the
to-day, where  he  takes  charge  ol, �� ,
.,,,,,,,- ..      , . '   _.    Council the sum   received from the
lodds Cannerv for this season. He |     ,_-,,,
,,.       .   ,     , .    sale ot the school  section situate iu
was accompanied to victoria by his
.,.',. r ,,        ,       the bog.
sister, Miss   Mearns,  of Hampden,1
Out,, who  has  been spending the
Mrs. S. L. Smith, formerly of
Delta, but now of Seattle, is visiting Mrs. T. Wilson.
The good folk ot East Delta turned out in force  on  the  evening   ol
the 21st, being the regular meeting]
of the M. I. A.    The evening's en- j
tertainment   consisted    of:     Irish |
comic   song,   W.   Smillie;   Scotch
song, Neil  McNiven,   and encore,
Irish song;  songs by   Rev.  Owen,
Surrey  Centre;   comic  reading  by J   ***********
Chris. Brown; instrumental duet by]
jMUs  Kittson  on  the   organ    and      A delegation  of the  Vancouver
, Robert Kittson on the mouth organ  Black   Preeeptory,  came  over,   on
Refreshments were served drrhi-Saturda>'eve"ing last- and  lHlt on
week with Mrs. Kiiklaw
Tenders for clearing one acre of
the Cemetery were opened as follows: W. Abereornbie, $300; C.
Twelves,  $160;   R. J.  Lord, $176.
R. J. Lord's tender was accepted.
The Reeve and Clerk were sustained in paying certified accounts.
The clearing ofthe road through
Tilbury Island was left to Coun.
Patersi n.
The following accounts were or-
! was taken up in aid of Mrs. Leaper,'. Der OI Ci-llullliU" "clc -'^/"T d_re<_ paid:   G.  T.  Baker,  $4.75;
of Surrey,  which  amounts to the]the mysteries ot this institution foi-, MarshaU   g^    $ Qmey
.. . ' Is.,s,_<-1 is.,  _    t-iflnnlipt.
nice turn of $31.25. -���.1^^
the different degrees. Quite a num.-
i the evening after which a collection lue Q1IiercDl UCB'*=*-**'��� ��*-***-- �� "���"������
���-.. -;j _i-.��_��� t��s���~q, I ber of candidates were initiated into
lowed by a banquet	
Officers were elected and installed
for the ensuing  year.    A most en-
Fresh   Whole   Wheat  Biscuit��� joyable time was spent and the Van
W. H. Smith.
Miss   P.   Simpson,   visited   the
Royal City this week.
couver   Brethren   returned,
special steamer, ou Sunday.
Bros ,   $283.50;   H.   J. Kirkland,
56.25;   I'elta   Times,   $23;   Robt.
Gray, $22;   muskrat  account, $50:
\ postage, $12.
The Council then adjourned to
meet again on Saturday, April i-k
at - p. IB.
T. W, Foster,   is  slightly   iudis-
1 posert.
A.   DeR.   Taylor,   accompanied
I by his son  Eric,  left 011 Wednesday morning,  via Vancouver,  011
an  extended   visit   ta  friends   in
Andover, uear Southampton,   Eng.
L, J.   Thomas has  been  le!t  in
Mr. C l��ass-ter, Sr.,
L^rdUM, B- C.
Deaf Sir;   I b��g to acknowledge
Ihe receipt of yew Savour of the
17th inst., enclosing twelve dollais'1" J"   lno,��i" u*>   "�����*'  -���*"
���nd fifty cents ($12.50)  for Japan- charEe of  Mr*   Taylor's  business
ese FUnine Relief Fund.   J shall bere** whxle Mlss Livingstone, who
only be too glad to forward the
same to the proper authorities to dispose of.   I rapst heartily appreciate
your  sympathy and kindness to-
.staids, out,   poor people  who are
differing greatly from famine.
Yoursi XrxXy,
Japanese Consul.
Vancouver- B. C, March 20. '06.
Honey,  Syrups,  Jams, &c���W.
II. .Smith.
used to pttsent her smiling coun-
teuatKe at the wicket in times gone
by, will return to her accustomed
Stand during the absence of the
Postmaster.' Mrs, Taylor went ovei
to the Terminal City to bid bon
voyage to her husband.
Rev. W. II Barraclougb, of New I
Westminster, will deliver  his very
j interesting lecture entitled "Life on|
ithe Borders  uf the Arctic Circle,".
I illustrated by limelight views, in
Oddfellows' Iia.,1, Laduer, on Mon*-]
'day evenuj. April 9th. This lecture is very highly spoken of and a
good a'tendaii.e is anticipated.
Mrs. T. W. Foster,  accompanied \ 	
by Miss and Master Foster, spent a      L. E. Inman  returned home, on
few days in Vancouver this week.     Thursday, from New Westminster, j	
Tomorrow being the 1st Sunday
Nominations for School Trustees i     Mrs. W. H. Smith and daughter,'; in the month,   the  Holy Commun-
' ;on in the All Saints ,vill bc at  the
11 o'clock service.
on  Monday  next  and  election,   if Miss Minerva, are expected  home;
necessary, on Saturday.    See ad.     | to-day. |
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
(s^-v v..--jc^ini{C��t_nh.
���^*_*>*?'. *f"**
Halifax, March 27.���Justice D.
C. Fraser, of the Nova Scotia Supreme Court has been appointed
Lieutenant-Governor to succeed the
Uuc II**-**. -'���*��� Q- J��iii-'s,-.
ISUTTOX*., SEEDS���The Brack-
j man-K r Milling Co , Ltd.,
Agents lor these Celebrated
Seeds, have placed a stock ol
them on sale here with their local
representative, Mr. H. N. Rich.
'   ;    Mrs. T. J.   Arui'-trdng,   of New
The  Methodists will  hold their  ...   ...      -     . ,.       ..       ,  .
Westminster, is visiting Mrs   John
services in the  Baptist  Church to-   ... , _'.*.--.���..
,. , I A. Paterson, at Dunleith.
morrow,   that edifice having   been]
kindly placed at their disposal dur- '���
ing tha removal of their own build-!     Mrs. Alexander, and   family,   of
ings.                          .                        1 Sunbury, returned home on Satur-
                 Iday last, from the Royal Citv.
G. Nicolich has just laid the keel
of another steam tug which, when
finished, will be 50 feet over all.
This is getting to be quite an industry, and one which will help to
build up our village.
"tembe.Iain's Cnugfi Remedy
_,_.i;��.s,��� _. ^ . ���������'. -yiic xA-.f coins!!.
j     Arthur   Boothroyd    and     wife, |
of   Surrey, spent   Sunday  visiting j     The Executors ol tlu- \V. T��� Mc-
friends.   Mr. Boothroyd came down! Hi ide estate have  decided   t6  con
j on Saturday  to  attend  the ' Black I duct the business on   a  cash   basis.
I Chapter Preceptory in Oddfellow's) This   is   a.   slop   in  .',-.���.���   fight  di
Hall, u��i. n
When you wish lo buy visiting
' cuds call on the Delta Times who
i will sell the best money can buy,
1 If you need them printed, why you
, are money io pot-feet hy calling on
lite Del.*. Ti��e<i fiTSV 1 UK DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY, MARCH 3_   190S.
Sp_ickii*tion, $1.00 par year.
 -B MBTf
temal Ad.-riif_m-��U, i�� ��nU per line lb' j far���though    the   plans
Ihctitti-i rti-_.---s-_-ts-.p-r line lor well   ���atlir_iTv   hm��n matured   vet
���___e��uc��t iMrrtion.   The number ot line* naiurany, Decn maturea  yei
����.____-_7 t_�� -.pace ���.cupicd, M linen to the
���AM. Ur C-mmcrcUl AdveiiiMneaU can be
km- ������ application at thi- ���*��.
K..dii( u.ticca 10 .rati per line (or ���__- In-
Birth ana Doath notice*, _��., MarTi*t;ea)i.M.
AST tpecial notice, the object ot which 1�� to
Vrartate th* pecuniary benefit ol anv individual
or company, te be couidcred an adTcrtiseuieitt
ana charged aocordin_;lr.
All adrtrtiwoient* charged for until ordered
���at auti uaid for.
Cori'tipoudeuce inrited on mattera ot public
l.tereM. Coiamunication* to editor must be ac-
..__p_-i<-_ by name of writer, not nece-anrils
for publication, but aa evidence of good faith
���Sarmpondoucc raiial reach thi- office by Tliura
lay cv.uiiig.
Gho. R.
A local syndicate  has   plans  in-     Sugar has adcanced '_ call round
hand  for the erection of   a glass California vegetables are in brisk
factory at   Eburne.    The   idea  so demand.    Potatoes, $16 to $20 per I
the plans have   not, I ton; Asheroft $30.    Grain and feed!
is to, business  is quiet  and prices   un-
manufacture bottles, fruit jars, lamp-1 changed.
ghsses, etc., and later on to under-1    Toronto ��� .Selected    live   hogs
take the making of window  glass,  fetch $6.85;  lights and fats, $6.60
It is understood that an expert in per 100 lbs,
the matter ot glass manufacture is j .
now on his way out from Eng-1
land, and details of the proposition j
will be discussed on his arrival here. I
Thos. Shortreed spent a few days|
at his home, Aldergrove, last week.
The National Druggist has issued
a, neat pamphlet setting forth in
very plain terms the reason for
��o much talk, through the newspapers, against "The Patent Medici ue Evil."
In order to show the reason as
there set torth, tor all the objection
made against Patent Medicines,
we publish the following extracts:
"A few months ago, as if by concerted action, the Journal of the
American Medical Association and
the auxiliary state journals began
to teem with articles on the danger
to the public from patent medicines
and various suggestions were proposed to overcome 'the great evil.'
The idea of educating the general
puolic to the danger to which it
was thus exposed was first proposed, and immediately abandoned as
too slow aud difficult, and it was
finally determined to strike at the
manufacturers of these articles
through Congress and the State
Legislatures. As a starter oa this
programme ot destruction, as we
learn fiom the official organ, a
Committee on Legislation was
Appointed, and the following resolutions were adopted:
Resolved, That the Committee
on Legislation of the American
Medicine Association be and is
hereby directed to bring the influence of the entire medical profession
to bear iu securing the enactment
foy the various State Legislatures of
an act, as nearly as possible uniform,
prescribing that all 'patent' or 'proprietary' medicines shall carry an
exact formula ot their contents
plainly printed on each original
package and make the contents
conform to the formula.
Resolved, That the said committee memoiialize Congress to
enact a law which shall prescribe
that all 'patent' or 'proprietary'
medicines and all advertising matter relating to the same which shall
fail to comply with the foregoing
conditions shall be excluded from
the United States mails and from
interstate commerce."
"The Journal et the A. M. A.
urges physicians not to use one of
those proprietary preparations that
Are especially made for them, and
gives as its rearon, that 'the patient
will become acquainted with what
the preparation is good for and will
then buy it direct.' "
We   might  quote   many   more
passages similar to these, but
let this do for tbe present.
Delta Agricultural
Society Land
MR. H. N. RICH has received
instructions from the Delta Agricul
tural Society
To Let by Auction,
on the premises, on Monday, April
2nd, 1906, at 2 o'clock p.m., the
24 acres of land owned by the Society, for one year From April ist,
Conditions at the time of Sale.
Terms cash on the fall of hammer.
W. N. Draper,
Room 1. Kllard Block. New Westminster.
George t Martin,
Barrister   and   Solicitor,
Guichon Block,
(Columbia  situ'.   MeKenan*  Str-.t3)
McRAE & Co
���*���*���*���*��� fr**. I't...��� ���_������ *�������-*H+++-*H**+^-t*++*M~H-t4-*+*
���    Delta Transfer Stable
Temm Work Dono nt SpeelaSy tow Prices.
JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor,
Telephone " I.adwEr" No. 10.
Trad*. Marks
Copyrights Ac.
Anyonesentlnff ��� -ketch m- description mn;
nnlnklf ascertain cur -Union free whether an
liv.Mitlon Is p.i>h���bl*pi-_��_*______C<,mni��ni_��.
!i<,iiiairlctlrconti<teutl_l. RMMWK on Patents
sunt free, ul.est agency for -ecorliw patents.
Put-Ma token through Munn at Co. receive
���p��-��l nolle*, without ch_i-*_, In th.
Scientific jFlmcrkati.
V tuinrtrrniely tlta*-**- weekly. I.nnwt clr-
. illation ot any asicnutla Journal. 'I'crwa, y> a
vour: rourmo_UM.il. Sold by all newsdealers.
MHRfawi*^. New York
Hr inch OHIoe. SB V SU WashlBcton. D. C
Re the North West Quarter of Section 35, Township 3. District ot
New Westminster.
A Certificate of Indefeasible Title
to the above property will be issued
to Lester W. Embree, of East Delta,
Farmer, on  the 23rd day of ._p.il,
1906,   unless   in   the meantime a
valid objection thereto be made to
me" in writing  by a person or persons claiming an estate or interest
therein or in anv part thereof.
Dated this  19th day of March,
District Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster.
The person or persons having in
their custody or possession the following title deeds relating to the
said property are requested to deliver the same to the undersigned:
9th April, 1884, Crown Grant to
John McKee, jr., and D. A. McKee.
13th   July,    1891,    Deed   John
McKee, jr.,  and D. A. McKee  to
John McKee, sr.
Dated this  22nd day of March,
New Westminster, B.C.,
Solicitors tor Lester W. Embree,
Chicken Time!
A full line of English and Irish j
Tweeds and Fancy Trouserings al
ways kept in stock.
A.  O. U.  W.
Delta Lodge, No. 11 meets first
and third Tuesdays of each month
in Oddfellows' Hall.
Thos. Toi>��. M.W.
T. W. K..rr, Recorder.
1.0.0 F,
Delta Lodge, No. 21.���The regular meetings of this -Lvodp-e are held
every Wednesday evening at 8 p.
tn. Visiting Brethren cordially invited to attend.
R. C. Abbott, N.G.
W. H. Taylor, Se;.
farmers'  Institute
The regular spring meeting of the
Institute will be held in the Town
Hall, Laduer, on Saturday evening,
April 7th, and in East Delta School
House on Monday evening, April
9th, at 3 p.m.
Addresses will be delivered by
Dr. Tolmie, of Victoria, and Mr.
Logan, Secretary of the Stock
Breeders' Association.
Ladner, March 23rd, 1906.
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NEW "WKSTMINSTER,   *.-: 8. C.
Manufncturers of all kinds of.
Soda Water. Ginger
Ale and Summer
Your patronage solicited
...._..e_��_.._.._��.-.ss*.*..**..-.-_��._.*_��._.��_��._..��**..��.._��.���.._�� j
Fashion Stables -
*���    Trucking and Draying.
Livery work of all kinds attended to promptly.
If you contemplate buyias aa lacubator or
Brooder you cannot do better than to get prices
off the Ladner Agent for the CHATHAM.
delta  TIN   SHOP,
Westham Street,
Ladner*, B. C.
-stssA-r-r. H. C.
111HI .
Incorporated IS.**.
A Qener-,1 Braking Business Transacted.
Fence Posts.
If you require fence poi-ts just
drop me a line, or call and see
Udtier, B.C.
Harry McCormick spent a few
/day., in the Eoyal Cit? this week.
Seeding operations have begun
and probably will be iu full swing
next week, with a continuence of
the fine weather  experienced  dnr-
.iflg the past.few weeks, I
Public notice is hereby given to
the electors of the Municipality of
Delta that I require the presence ofj
the said electors at the Town Hall,
Ladner, on the 2nd day of April,
at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose
ot electing persons to represent
them as a Board of School Trustees.
The mode ol nominating candidates shall be as follows:
Tbe Candidates shall be nom<
inated in writing, the writing shall
be subscribed by two voters of the
School District as proposer and
seconder, and shall be delivered to
the Returning Officer at any time
between tbe date of this notice and
2 p.m of the day of nomination,
and in the event of a poll being
necessary Mich poll will be opeued
in the Town Hall, Ladner, on the
7th day of April, and will be kept
open from 8 a.m. till 4 p.m. of
which every person is hereby required to take notice and govern
himself accordingly.
The qualification for a Trustee
shall be auy person being a householder in the School District, and
being a British subject ot the lull
age of twenty-one years, and other
wise qualified by tbe School Act to
vote at an election of School Trustees in the said District.
Given under my hand at Ladner
this 2+th day of March, 1906.
Returning Officer,
_    ��� LIMITED ^~
Savings Department*
Deposits* of $1 and np-wwrds received and Interest Allowed at H_gh<sst Ourrent Rates.
 55 BRANOtES.	
East En**!, M.> Pleasmn.-, Grawd fitoks, Nana.is.-o>, ^ehoh, Rosiilawfl^
Victoria, Vernon, Chffl.w��ck, *Ctt*_4_��r.a*��_ and New VV*A*iM-nsl��r.
...    I    .
Hose, V__-Hose
Dry Goods, etc.
Makers of "BUCK BRAND" Goods
Just Arrived^
Meat and Potatoes
W can supply you with the finest quality!
of the above articles at reasonable cost.
Remember the place
llleat &
Phone 9,
Tans, Oxfords &
Blucher Cuts
Commission <<��
Ladner, B.C.
Ladner Carriage Works.
A Full Line of
nm and BOYS'
Practical   Hotsesliosing, j Oct   8.   Slllt   lit   OtlCC
Carnage Building and Paint-'
ing, and General Jobbing of
All Descriptions.
We carry tht finest class
of Carriages and Farm Implements at rock bottom prices.
0. T BAKER, Ladner, B. C.
HJ.Hirtcherson' THE fr-XTA TIMES, SATURN
' /. _5C
Pianos. Pianos, Pianos
Tne feet is uMispfOilfc-e-cl -_��ft we have fc%
greatest choice in th*e. Piano l_n*e -of any firm _n
B. 0, We have been in the busine33 for forty*
five veatrs and bave had the pick of the _7_-a_
agencies gofe-g-.. We represent the following nost
notaMe rrmssfimii^v&s,, itte-e names of which aro
Steinway <& Sons Pianos, N��w York
Nordheiiwer Pianos, . - Toronto
lew Scale Williams Pianos, Oshawa
torn n.on Pianos, - Bowrn anv ilie
Palmer Pianos, * Toronto
[Prices tht Lowest
Terms the Easiest.
Ai..!. SA1NSTS.
���CoinnKH��i��m ��� Sundays, [
(cSt Sunday *& month,,
8:30 a.m	
11 a.m.
Matois, in o'clock.
inventions-, ,7 o'clock.
Sunday'Scbeel at 10 a.m.
Friday, evening servtc. 7:30.
Rev. Canon r_.__e��i. vicar.
Services firSt-endftlrtd Sronday of
itt .0:30 a.m.'
each niontb	
Sunda-y school at 3 p.m.
Low Mass and Holy Comrcuiiion
first and third Mondays at 6 a.m.
Rev. Father Wagner, O.M.I..
(Parish Priest.
ffc.nk'at thon thnt nanus, only -ii��*-_
WheTtt soliui'lo his n.e_i_i_e tolls*-
The only impr-m "f ber htiutt
On somber peak unl-loui-ly s-.M--*-
fso'trj tut r.\r. h,-r i���J>*���1y heart cutild ?*4
In LooMinc*v*;\. nnd sVs'iispctfiiH.'iwts.il.'
���tfay.'in till, strife the fc~��iifeiMsttn-
That struggled lu ohl ujlilfi kiinin-i.
Era. rose this ory of ittvc and mutt
From out ilu.- gi'ind__to<g_acici''s hurt
.-nturer womb of Mother V . th
"That tl-V.l-J v. i.i. i!._ .'.:......' Ul-Jtl
Vow beni-stu lima these grftnisVpll-s..
ffhelr ���walt.'ofiUjo--. Ilie**'*;*.-'...'. iHsSJ.
_Tot S_t*_s_tMs.Hsit:illr_.tu4_*'li-j__t>
jNingarWUfViilvc'l hHi|��oW*_r,
*��3r -tt.bdfclltislto- th.. nmi r.x�� fast
Q'.rlftl'Hra.'-j'r.w io spire r.-.id must.
_"-llcl'as-lti:M.>;nil*.'S Willi ,-qlial prid.
On.-Uiiltii.- <l..m- Hint ptnit-ies svii'm.
-B-rlhni-psiohoiU thu sin; iug wi.e.,
E-TliltHi-t, ithe electrio lit vs.
Js-his hunn-.n tide b-ursMiiMt. _ol**
tThe wild unrrst, tho voles of �����__,
That first u Uf-lettS ssri.-its? horo
Un puln to earth'*) prim-Kid ..iiore
���Ernest Biowii*. Orel land MeVRilj*.
A ss*tn��rr prisoner, lohtb ^nfl lotf,
F.-in. .un nnd ffotly,
Oar ��ii|. hire hi iii-t-d monitor.'.-, I _*������.
A itiiiil.nii wind.
j   uell'fsv tiit's-ie ��yl)fili'e ri���,n . -re.
-prills n huiiiM i.sijin oai-.,i.iU .bmr to u�������
-1- .-��-��* 1   oh. frivl"
Ah. tvlli ���*. l.:,i 1 nrsut'l���.tibood,
Whiil btt-janl IIICIlll,
Did 1. iHe lee eiidiiuyeonnl *s-ni*.
Tu ll...nt,'l:-.d i-iy!
"flit. .nvV
ri did i* I., -ity to us_,
, W'lltlt e:itiishr<iee_.__
��� l:,t 1;
s.oft vkii-oi v'-itwr  .f u
-"he vvaves uf ���ritlii,
Alltl-fill tlie liltle Imiphim liuit there bs
���In v'li. uui'l _-,-:.,, ��� i 11 i- <������������������ inn siet-recyl
!���. h
��lili:il 111 I:
11' Arta
r-r.-3-RviN.'- the i.uir
Blemiliiu*i  In  Disi-'i'sr.
They lined to tell me when 1 was u llltlfc
girl and hud hroUen my clenrest doll, for
oinniplo, or hml been stun" by n ben on
the dny before my best frii���lid's hii-ihduy
���party that every alllietion is a blessiui' In
���disguise. I was never clever at nonerrat-
iinn disguises, but thore uro times wben i
ligrce to the truth of thu sas'lllg. espueii!'**
when tho .ifiilctions aro oilier people's
Just B few ovenliiKs ag<�� 1 heard a youn*)
girl, who has just come lionio nfter six
months.wt of mun, p1ayi"!t lh" pi.inn 1
WHSsomneh h-trm I; with Ihu iiuprovenie: {
in her toobnic sluoo I l.ctird bor ts!���..
ithet 1 Frrhe nN "t >t.
"H's ull i..'.' ib allttla inn uniiir.i.; -1
Ibad on Ihe I) *<2dlo finger of ivy ri;.!it
���httod,''-li-'rnUI ' I wasn't doie.j: mueh
prutf Icing, but 1 was einlitv/jileritig ;i oon
i Itorjllooo for n friend who Is to lie man led
������next month, and I couldn't loso any ll i o,
1 II put my tliiin 1:1-on my Hug finger, and
nltor a few <!;.;,'.. I DOlild u.'e \i jit ,\n
easily lhat wii.v as on   the middle,  lir;r.'i-
[M. W. Waitt & Co.
[558 Qranvite St. Vancouver
' Servicas JtCKt Lord's Day
a. m.and^^o p.m.
Class -meating, 10.30 a.m.
Sabbatih School at _ T> m
Sunday. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening at 7.30.
sRev...J- F. Betts, pastor.
ST. )_*��DI_tEW S PRKfn��'_*BI*B"A,">.
Sertriees next Lord's -Day art g>p. m
Satdbetth School at 2'p.m     midweek m_el)ing on _lb��rsd8*y*-vening!
at .7.30 o'dlocik.
���Rev. X, WcAuley, R��_tor
Gut Glass,
AmS all kindis^f J-ew-efl-ry
Repairing m Specialty.
M Chosen,
iW-DNKS., !B. *C.
5060 Telegraphersi
emnomm       NEEDED
Annually, to ifill^be mew iposftions
���created by Railroad *nfi lti.legr_i|{3h
Canpanies. We want YOUNG
.MEN andssIA-DI-ESof-ge-od-habits to
AND ��. R. ACC0UWV4N- . . .  ;
We i_rwis'h^5 per eetft. of the;
���<-tpetat-TS ifcnd ."Statioft Agents ini
Amefica. Gur*9i"x ischooli! -are the!
Uargest-exclusive Telegjraph Schools;
iin tlie -WOria. iESttiHlisbed 5o years
-_nd-_ni.��rset_.by all ileadiivg Rail-'
way 'Offioials.
W�� exectite _ |.'��(b O-Wtd ��to e-vetyj
-tud-nt to furnish hflb .or hot %'
-position p*ying from $40 to $Ho _
imonth in States east of ^tte Roc-ky ]
Vouataina,'ffi-from "t^-5 'to $100 a
<montk in States �����wst'_fttihe.'Rodbi_s,
nmmediate'ly >upcm gyadmrftion.
Students can^-stfter at -an-y<..m..
Wo vacations. _*er iftill particulars
���regartrfflg any of our ischodlf. write
'direct "to our executive -office at
(Cincinnati, <(D.   JGatalogucf'fr_e,
ffltMlK I
Vancouver, B. C.
.Salbbrffh services at'L.'! ner at 11
a.m. and 7 p. m.
Sunday-School at 10 ��. in.
Prayer 'meeting ou Thursday
77 j�� p. m;; "choir practice at 8.
Time Table.
Train deaves C!ls-*erd6le at'.: 10
p.m. and aurives at iFort Guichonat
2:20 p.m.
Train leaves Potft 'Guichdn at
2:40 noon and arrives at CIov._rdale
atg:5s.p.m. j
J_foti-._ys only.
rhflv Grrt-llincv  When  Tip-* Mvt M*  \
Alter 1'eara. '
An RBKertotnh rolated of tho Into .faeiiii
Tome, ti Maryhintl l|>hil��nthro|ii.st. Mr. '
! Tome, lit ..ppeniH, wi* iln this early life-
, bosll-T. Iiy iiiilu-tiR-niml thrift he noon I
', *nr)iil��f. a nio���tTfltotfch-4r_m.i_n- for son*
at >I I ttlmoMtiifcuio hi- <lc,-ithm)u.'ono<of 'the i-leti-
I nitiindl'iin his part, nftflio*stato.
J.nioiiK Mr. Toitie'^nctjimlnts.ncm^l-.
���Cveryli ��rjrUtiH? aiwuna (he "-tulH.vWaa- carpeo-
' tWr :iiiliii��H .**'unuui: 'WiilUer, who h-t1
i��H.etttn-lfamiI��y if(rr*4puncling money thrtti
'(or ..avlnfc'it. I._tt.r>1u lifo ho thought It
���zpedh'nt toremiutl-Ir. Tome in tho pros-
enee of a crowd that he nee tit-one tiia*
only n ftableman.
It wai on the occasion of an entertalo-
niflivt'at the Port Deposit Opera Mourn.
tln_ i.lt.'.ltl-eni of Uie town were crowd-
ilnB-'trraiiii- tiie'ti(vl<*l;.ofllce window whim
Mr. tjtotue "��ppTim*Jh\��a. A nuirniur ptiK-
���ed 'thtoil^h ithe'CWWd, and many steppe*,
ia��ide, giving -wis.' .to the notod philan-
thropUt so thnt'li-'niiglit .ccure4iifl ticket
At once, Instead <���_ -liavlng to wait UU��
They were^llM-toshow theirHcspoto'To.
tthe man wlio'had guinod the top round in
j 'fortune's 'ladder and who know how to
1 t-KKlat -Its 'fellow me**,  mi many in  the
��� ���-|��rowd��*cnliaiteBtil*kr.
'One limn,lho*sV.t**_-,'i_ept his place. This
f| >W��s !*_Hl-.'-'ome'Bold friend, Sam Walker
Instead of giving way he remarked in a
'tone loud enough to be heard by all pros-
*��nt: ">I'm not goln to give up to .lake
'ISourtl IKoaln't.no 'better than Ian). 1
-use- "to '-now lhlm-W*����i Ihe waa nothln
but a stable 'boy."
Mr. Tome did not reply until after he
bad secured his ticket and matlo way for
those who had so courteously withdrawn
for him. He then said in a quiet tone, "1
used to know a man by the name of Hau
Walker, who was a carpenter, and I un
I <a_erHtan<- -thirt *tUe saiu, .fciftm -Walker is a
.'h-ip-ii.' U--..pillaiidetl liHis'lliiiK ns-uke,
���Ml Seen 'Walker slunk away.
i'lunl nml  l,n i-e li.-lilt*  I.i.rl  ol* Oue e
l.c-lnniTx Olil I'tiN.lciti
One of Irehinil's iiv:i>aviiieint ru.nod en.
ties e.mio 10 j t.-s fluid mui! .'.,1 sthnwiinnh..
Tho illKlfOIK wint_nl ir!ie'.".-is*;..'n .vi-i-nivei
looked l.oui/h HwiJly, and ttsv.a.. ono ol
tlio uiflBt prlncu).'fsisiOonei-s Mh Ireland
I'lventn.-illy itlell linto'doouy Hint was Ho'
As ustlitl Mn *y* (ilTyui'-ts'-fdiiees, whe:
tho pi'tisar,tJ5"H*svmtrt'Uil.Ml|iiiiltl 11 pl.Rty. ro
pillrif. ro.tll'tfi- ntnytMnft uf ihu i"iirt, tho;
toJk ithe istimsss ftnin the ruined ensth
WUilihHvMn "iisnppearllip pioeelue.-d \. hel
ont*dityltho tin n I-oi'd LtiiHloiuis���s_u._>ni.ltt
��lflltt_s__is Irish proper/}- WhWi lit" sow
tho state the ensile wns >i/i tirtO irollootetl
on tho fact that it w.���M_->ni_nM. -iilniiti!u-i;
With the historyol'i|ii*iiftiiiii)y'inut civn in-
��� ruin was a ^Mvytif liTtls'i.nii,Uw deti r
n.lned to jitiMt sliipl.toitli>.'tm_ri.i..:hmei.ti-
that had been inmisl<H(<ott't.
Sondlng for his li'jjont tti^+vi*fhlm-urdors
that'tl>e pt��>ple i\��_iimi(i ilonjior'toUtHi-.ovi;
���Atones ifrom the ItotlkHug.-ht) Hiisttuonil
Ihiniitndiiive tli.i.|il����eii.��.'l��*s.-ilwltli Mnli
���Six feet high antiwttlll .��)fiul! ito KksWptdUl
'trespasses. Q.'liat'l.eiiiKi.'ione, he>Wv!iMHS
way nnd did unit, .eturii 'to Ireland :ft��r
three or f����_-.v��cars Ilfislton found, to his
anittzenieilt,*ils_l.ithe olii cu-tfe had completely dlt��:p|iwinStl..and in its l~ace thor. I
was n big'vralHindlosliig nothing Send
lng for*.iho>agciit,t>*io .<loninmlod to know
^vhy hhil<ird.ti<H -hatltKit, Ih<hi ctirried out.
'tthe nKOiit'iiisist��d'thal they had boon
���Mint -whdnj lis tlie castifc!-" demands).!
the inariiuis.
"Tho.t-_.tle,Ma ft_> B��lad,.t built _**.
���wall wlth'lt, iny.lordl ils^itlfor mo to ho
'.going .iiiiliwlfor niatB��t.**ii\_|.th the lim**"?.
*stonus''.u>lrtilaiid Ijeuide mof" |
In  telling tho man  lo build Or? wai.
Lord Isundonilerry had said nothing what: j
ever ubout preserving tho ottstle, which is
DOW a tiling of tlio {lust.   .Vovorlholoss lb.
wall is a good one.���l_ondon Tit-Bits.        |
Tin:'.;it-art Ooat Bn�� hi Uo.nlun.
'.'CsVurd the  middle of March ...nm.na '
When I began l�� ploy Ihc piiino ftjain,
was airazeil to find how u y third fint"
had g.-im-.l in strength it. 1,,-rl alViii,
been n:.v wmtik point Ifpftro 1 always '*'
dt for-lihimlilo finger DOW., and you soo ll
srcsu'It. fl've n-l.ised overy I.oily tolt-y :
���sil s an  ill wind'���you know Uie rest.
Tlirtt lliitheraonie Mll."
���Spooking of �����|..o letter "h," o writer ia
Ihu Rochester 'l,<��st-J_..piis.s says; "Curiously oinnigh, the h' Is nol dropped norlS
of Yorlisliire, .mil Scotland, with charao-
toristic tilliIllness,'takes tho utmost ear*.
of it Ireland i.ijirodigul-In ouiphnglzlpf
It, and, se far usil know, !'rhc ooloriios mv
also sound-on "this ipoint, Only Knglnnti
iCofusus to-n.s|iliiiii-,. _onictimofl her oott-
%!stentiinaea..moy'.n thitiOHatlter ls omul*
' sFOrH_nmple, tliero ts*l. villiigo in tl*
'eastern 'counties which rujoioes in tne
uaiue'df Uinw. A porishlonur wus aske.
what he ithnught of a etningo i.Teiichtfl
who had Ixioi' holding a sort iee in ihu v__>
" 'Well,'  ho *snld, 'I  liked the gentle
'man.   'Is tex' wusjiunf.-anltod 1 o us folk
l" 'Why, whut wosl'l,*-iTexry'
" 'It   woru   a tei'   fnnu  the 'p.iiin;.,
'Stand In hawo and sin-nisi"��� it suliniloll
ao 'on.ely ioik...' "
A Chcerf Ol- Snviigte.
The lord chief Jiihtlcu of Abyssinia k
descrilKil by a eorr.spomlent of'Ihe ;*d.
sjiiuies Oiue.ttoas u chuiry old goutloiuun,
dressed.in ndiugo black hut, wilh a groBlt
silk-lmndtalvahiofs-iodaround his lietid un
dCsViuuts-b 'thu 'J*,-it, black silk clunk cm-
broldiinUwltb-Oldi snioi'tpui;pl0 6llU .-1 .:v
andi).U-uth und*c��titin tint Ions of thu 1, ir
UStiUllOu dlle w��..ii)_i-'-4U-meil wim a lung
sword It-.ir.'i-et! SMU>borU,"au(i his t#ui; *,
running aloiigsldt),-o_��_-iod his .cllio u..i
gold mounted shield.
Iibere me two t-hrouyfe pns__n-:
get traitw per day each way to anfi:
from Sedttle and a miite-1 'train to
and from 'Beltdngham.
DRlTlGH '.0_J_____A
Eieciric Raiiwai emoaj ll
i/.We���tminster Branck)
��ime Tablv
Can IHMVC >W��*tMiins-(sr lor .V-HtMonvar at 5.50
aad ..50 a.m. and ._iHrfl>-��tfcere*lft.r -uutil 11 p..
m.; Saturdays uiid"HMlul.yK ftt-iip-ui. ;
Cars leave VaacoliWrlfttr .We*t in in liters at _...",_ 1
and 6.50 a. m. au- hourly illiereafler uutil 10 p.;
m..iH_tOr__j-��_tid *iiid��ysat up.in.
itHUKIG-HQ* >G_\._t6.
We ran first-clans frclg-t *tn ;betw.eu West- j
minster aud Vancouver anil all . hlpraeutl are
haadled with the utmost ea_- and delivered to .
1 consiruee without delay    Sp'e'ctril attention paid 1
I to fruit shipments,    Out wagon* iu,-f t all boats
! and trains.   Por rates, etc apply to
Llglifttif. 'tH. ipyviihiliis'/i! ..gypt with
���leclvitiityiHBd thusiustiilbttion of a 2(1,000
hctsj iiivir i.;htnt, to<ost -sdiine-$400,0011,
is a } 'an imPv under consideration by ths
liii I ish gtivernmo_��t.
The VnticatHifl.-soon to 'to .i-Jhred with
electric lights.'lhe plunt being set up In
the former barracks of the French guards.
As there awl l',6KWrooms-Houston, will be
quito *m*o_lt��m��t*tt;oit��.
A j��Mfessldn_l**-be_|-�� etaetrlolty li te
be establishef..��t .St. Germain, near Paris,
to Iwcalled the Ampere institute. The
schodl'is Intended to furnish laborers and
foremen with an eleotrical education, and
first class Instruction Wilt beglven ta both
tbeery and praottoa
In buying a'Cough medicine for
chili-ten never be afraid to buy
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
There is no daagsr trom it and re-
'liefissureto fdllow. It is especially valuable for colds, croup and.
and whooping cdtfigh. For sale by
F.J. Mat K iK'.ie.
"a-ddenlyUjettiines on arraiigoinerttlii blue.
��� ne-raM; iis.fi_t-(t for tlie socoml Saturday
'before .KusWr, .when the ilionddtier, who
���has posced >vreeks -and -montM wlthotl.
-holiday'or pageant, ls iln ithe humor to
liiuko'tho most of it. ..nd ilxntlon doco-
-ratesiitself in'antlolpittidn.   4'ho tlraperls
window beownes _'h>a��mony'in ��� blue. So
Hops 'the stationer*-; *so dees 'the nrilM-
net-*s; *eo'dees all IJingent stroet; so do
Oxford-street,'Iliccadllly, 'Kensington. In
'tho IS tmml 1 antl -OheapiHtle the .ukir jm ts
away 'tils ipentty 'bagpiffes and -Ills ehirt
���studssaitt'.ihhi'to}*s.oiilI' brings -out trays ol
<*lny light and dark'blue1 buttonhole buds
The railway-eoH|s*i��ities|nrint their'tinrs
'tables 'In 'light aud duri. 'bine, ��ud ith.
tpapera.'lf theydonot change ���ttK.-ctthn-s-.
tthelnink, cufdoWUipoliee-neweand literary notes 'tridHVotu'tho'-{ia��e to daily ac-
JOOUilts of the crews out-fur practice, nnd
thwcoluniiisof personal gossip i����j lillet!
*With descrlpti<k��s of ���ho tnen, tiwirifootl
%nd their fnucies. The -ondition'df No. <6
Hs of lTiore liiiportMnse 'than the hoalth ii
the prime minister and -{he .blister on the
iflnger of a stroke-lore -eettous'thrtn ��� (te-
Ifeat In ludlo. __bout'����_iit-of oveiy.it).
lpoophi'!n London -haV-fsomethlitg staked
'upon tho>t_ee,.fer'the 'JiOii<loncr'i_f_i twi-n
tguinblcr,<thoUgh hJsvumljling has'beer,
'offlcliilly -suiiprosped, possibly tho reus*
����>f lis never failingohiknn for.iim.���Mr.
A Dleaaln-  In Dla__nlae.
Towne���Look at that poor blind beg.
<gar playing tiie accordion.
FBrowiie��� _e_, aud he's deaf too.
ffowne-Oracious! Un't;tl-itawflil!
'Brown���Oh, il'don't'-ttrio-w. Just thirBc
fJiow much lie- hnve to suffer If tn
wnsn't'doaf; he'd luivn to listen.to'Wi
lh*a_!.c 1_|
Headqu-B-tea-s for Pacific Const
|'f_.r_wn <;a*rden, Field and Flower
Se��_s. New crop now.n **tock and
|*on test i��h dur grpenhoHS-fe. A*sk
your _w*_6_mitt for tihera in 'Scaled
packages. 0? lie '-iocs 'hdt handle
them we 'will mail 50 assented 5c
packets of vegetable and flower
seeds (our own selection, suitable
for B. C. gardens) for $1. Special
prices'**.* "your balk seeds.
B. C. GRlft-WST ifiRUIT ANI)
ready for ijptiing-sbipmerti.
j    Extra irtice *t"��ck   dl   two   and
jthree-year Apple l-ttes rtt $20 per
.00, $ffio per i,oo��; Maynard
Plans, $i*aoh; ItaKtthlO��_ne, two-
year, _ae, ^c*5 per iree- Sugar
Prene, twofj^eai, "fine, $go iper 100.
Fail list'of tither -tcok ��t fuegular
prices. No 'expanse, 'loss <_t 'delay I
of fafflrigition orinS"pectii.n.
L<Jt me piii_e**your list b<ff_Te plac*
ing your ortler.
j   *��reenhoif_e 1-laitts, Flordl Work. I
���B��ef3iuppliies, IBruit .Padkagts,  Fer-1
kilteers, _t_.
i     *cxTAii.e)c?i-m 'mssfE.
k. a.
l/cUnliiiM.r. S. C.
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Atlanta, Ga.
T.N-.ai.skaii'*.. Tex.
Buffalo, N.\
LaCrosse, Wis
S.4!i Fr.nii-.'iioo.Ca
M. J. HENRY, Vancouver
3019 Westminster Road.
According to The Commercial,
i ef Winnipeg, the visitile supply of
I oats in the United States -and Can-
| ada, east'Of the Rocky fountains,
'is 24,5781300 bushels, 'compared
I with i5y7i7��_oo-bush-lsayear ago.
A Minister's. t'��sin],laiiit.
A groat many Eplsenpnl olor^yniee
probably would sympatni;.!. with tie ling-
lish blsh-p'-whosRs'ihl .reri-nlly "The two
things of .whioit'I itni'inost tired are 'ihe
Church'_*Onei_i'oundaMO!iWtnd cold chicken, 'the _rjiiiti>*��cf n-.snVwnys'.to bo ohosou
wheTrever II igo,*a'nd>klud hostesses, with
Unite .extraordinary unanimity, provtd.
cold *hio-t��ti -fur luncheon "���Kew Vork
'Hi* 'I-DV-.tin-iipbt.
'.Fogjr-sJFew 11:011 'IHm .lftofessor I.bd-
Wood Im^Rii'^im-rgcnoJ'.
!_ass���As fur InsRfno-.
Kogg���Ho was walking '-by the river slits
when a man foil in. Without the loss
of o inomont the professor tJnt hSs-vu tt
homo to get a book which tells how bv re-
���uscitote persons apparently drowned
Boss���Hut probably the man drowm.fi
tong bofore t.be valet pot back.
FogK���Yes. Wasn't it too bodf lift
hadn't __-_i*for thnt, the professor's fore-
tbought vmuid havo sav.d the man's liie.
-���Bostdii'Trail script.
lows ruh-
GoodliTs 911.11111.-
The blb,i*s are up, ami tlio '
The cttt^s.fotwr> bitck��'n_ la duly grubbed
'.Pl.-tno"groans In pnin.
The trat.s__rsien t-ill ami present tlmlr bills
Tho''rta.*.cs" coim-s wlih Some oth.-r ills���
s_._-~sa.u_r. ���wsVt-c'in.-m* ngiln.
-I'lsi-Mo Uf.
pjjesseb mm
Its HM *4b��l  c.r.rlrsl, .'tT-i-t'  fer  nrw
'-MiMtags m i��provi��^;.|)U-��s_-��.
I��11in��r?-UHLT wqNjjtwwMtw,
arm nmui euxtnenan famine,
it mt, uwnMM mm hittmem 1
mmtem vm-utttc.
Cmmmm*  its I���w 'STjiiiiiii-���_��
���ai-s-j- ���tu*m ��� mm*m~mmi ��� tUfto
..fenm���mmi s-W-te-ns-l-rve your -**���-
best i-tTcsls-'fcy'.si-y it.
FulU*l _**��a. ._t '��� inf-TMttiofi  moilf
W9W--U--00HH0 W.,'i��rM.
A   Chicwjo   Al        an  Owes   Mis
Blectionto Cha       r!_in\s Cough
'^I'tsan heartilv and*conciet��tious-
.lyi-recomttiend Ch&s-be-lain's Cougb.
Remedy 'for affections ofthe throat
'andiluof-," s*}-s Hon. John Sheti-
ick,  aao So.   Peoria  St., Chicago.
"Two years ago during -a political
campaign, I caught cold alter 'being ov��-_i.ated, whtoh irritated my
throat and I was finally 'compelled
to -top, -tt. il could not speak ftlctt-i,.
In my**-i(tremity a friend advised me
touseiChamberlain's  Cough  Remedy.     U   'took    two   'doses   that
afternoon aud could not ..lieve 'toy
senses when II found theitiettt morrt-
The "Mwi���"Let me -sell '���ye*, this uew
anti'Very Interesting'VrtfHc.
I   The'Other Man���I'-on't nee-'t.. 'Mj
iibarbw bought oue Inst week
I ��;i..u
fllnte _Je exceedingly hart ant-itanoaa
{ ���ao haw! 'that when we wish to be eta-
1 .abat-ow. Mtnetlmes say that ��� thing kl
i_t__rd>-sliliit,'yet all tho flints In tho world
*s_re��suppoB-d to have been formed from
������oft "sponges, 'far, by examining small
pieces ef ��� did.'under a microscope the texture of 'thespenge'in a fossil condition li
often seen, land 'the spisui-s peculiar ta
���mnnoea are1 reosttnlnvd.
"I thought -you nnd "fche'vtiK-triVrwiTf
on such good nturins,'''snid the Upttitfi-i
olive to tlie sliced' cucumber.
"Wo wero," i-id)y replied tho latter
"until he soui-iid on '.___o."��� GJovuiulffi
Plain Dealer.
^'heii Olli<r��-'lt��>iii-r��.
"^Mre1 cat and bootjack almost m_v.
-'S-h'sj tloilged and yelled wiili sloe.
"Young mnn, 1 11 ���'
You'll nr-t-il that yos
Thesn.vou'H i-unifmlwr me.1'
���Delroit  l.'nwrprege.
'tlootiis-*.  10 Fallnmr.
���Toober���So Slugger hns turned tlotnot
five, has be?    Well, he wiil not suuitued,
Arnott���Why nut.
Tonhei���lie won't be able to keep th-
nuiuth shut, lie lined ���*_...��� lHi_��,nugiii.,l!���
I7d to Date.
*_ good Arabian horse can canterm im
diescrt fvir  34  hours In  summer and  -t
ROBT. MAY. Agent,
.B. yC.
CHAMPION  iljmraiK^T   FOR
*Cli--.fl-slDr-rls.,:*a'm*Rll carrier at
CltHpinville, *��*->���.'_., stij**s, "Cham-
berlsiin's Palti'Balniris the champion
of alVliiifwertts. The Ipfest \j*-ear I
wns troubled a great i_e*.l with rheumatism in my shoulder. __ft.*,-fti<y-
ing several cures the store 'deeper
here recomaier.d-K this reHiel-y and
it completly ciittd ir.e." Tlnsrc is
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ no use of anyone suffering trom. that.
ing the ibRamm-_tion <fcad ilargely ipairt'ful ailmertt Whett this 'lini-
subsidetii. 'I todk -stvenil 'doses metlt tan be obtained for *a '���Sfuall
that dav, kept riglit -on talking '��� suit. *��n*_ tapjilicationgivesprompt
throughithe canipaign.^atid I thank r_li_f-et;d'its 'tontinued Use for a
this medi.in. that 1 won my seat short time-will produce a perman-
in the Council." This remedy is ent cure. iFor sale by K. J. Mac-
-tor sale by *F. J. MacKrnzie. l-__-t��i.,
I^tt~lOuM'feelr��rne iu mhxl that
every cold w��AkrtisitVie lun.s, lowers the vitaKiy -And prepares the
syste��i for the mi<i-e ^selious diseases, atnoiii* whitn-Utre the two
greatest destrtft'.rs of liuiii_.ilife,
-pticumoota ami cous_���upti4_l.
Cough -Hensed^
���t-as^v-on itsft*-l*ALtW��p��a_��'!.v'*Sy its
iprompt cures of;l*rti?s��*nost common
���_iliiient. It aids *>.-tpc.toratitin,'re-
���Wcves the luiie,s W*ti opens '.he
tiecreti-SM, tffectihj; tt **peedy and
pen.1an.1tt .ure. ��_. '-eV>\iilte**_4ts
Price���"S5c, Latge Size 50c. -IIE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY, MAtC-H _.*. 190*
I.OCAJ.NEWS.    school ^ort.   THE CASH STORE
Mri. D.  Forbes and child,  are j
|nests at tht! Vic^r***.
Jim McCallan- is   around
looking as jolly, aa ever.
Mrs. J. Green p*id a,shprt visi^ to
1jhe Royal Qitr tiijs ***%..
W. H. Ladaer a*id wife,  -.-.sited
New Westnjsvster this weel*;.
A. ParaM** Mtumed, Tuesday, |
from a visiUhp Kgyal-QitiV.
Mrs, Walters, of Point
lisited Lew on Monday last.
W. J. teaity. Jr., spent most of
lijist week ip Victoria on Cannery
Mrs. C. Cttff.of Ne* Westmin
ster, is visiting Mrs..J. F. Betts, at
t^��e Parsonage;.
Fred Arthur paid a visit to the
Terminal City this week tp g^his
Vfeed mill" -jjsedl
M. Falls and C. H. Morgan will
_}e "At Home" to their friend-i. on
Tuesday evening Ejfxt"*,
W. Abercrombie is clearing an-
9ther acre of his property and is
_.*11 pleased wi%the qiaUitv. of the
Total number, ot i upih enrolled.
j    Average dailv attendance���Divi-
^gsin I sion I., 1645;  Division II:., 39.09;
I Division III., 33.22*   Division IV.,
35.77; total, 13.4.53*
Number of pupils actually attending during the month*, ..,42.
| Form IV., Senior;���Ada Leary,
j Herbert Hume, Warren Living-
1 stone.
! For-m IV., Junior���Harold Davis,
I Vernon Taylor, Mildrad Barber.
Form. III,. Senior���Gladys Dev
ereaux,     Florence     Lord,    Hazel
i Woods.     HiuiiVR.    Ijliilton,    Annie
Roberts, | Sproat>
Form IH., Junior���Minnie Mardesich, Winnifred Hutcherson,
Mary sSilech, Edw. Livingstone,
Geo. teary, John M~r,t.nich, Fred.
Form II,. Senipi*���-Joha, Kirkland, Philig,G*nichon. Lester West,
Leonard McBride, Grace Frederick,
Form II., Junior���Hazel Shirley,
Lester Hg_id*"��rid>. Edith, Leary,
Inez Stainton.
Second Reader���-Thelnia Clarl.
Evelyn Lord, Joe Mar*tinicb, Cal-
lum Clark, Leonard Kjrlf-land, Arthur McBride.
Fifst Reader, Senior,- -*. Katie
Silech, David McWater*., Ethel
Yor)-e, EtlieA Livingstone, Sidney
Firsl: Reader,- Jai-ipr A-^Earl
Davis, Henrv Reagh, Annie Bown,
Fred Wl.itwor.th, Marjory Clark,
Eileen McBride.
First Reader, Ju-jiior Br-Mabel
Lanning,. Roy   Ajtderson,   Nettie
Johnny Nico,ic_, retuwwd  home | Bf-ssanjcli,. Myrtle Kirkland, Mil-
911   Saturday  last,   f-pjn Victoria,
We Bets Le
There isn't a town, teij. tiaj.es bigger .linn  _!���$?$. West-j
minster^ where the Stores carry a ws>ve,  up-to-date   line of
goods than here.
Th�� largest, city stores are showing only these same I
goods; even they can.no., sell anything better than tl.e I
best; then come. to. the store that 15 ready to s.u_?pi-y your j
every want.
Yon can see. these- goods here in, the- J9i.sc*,. not mere-l
ly a. suiall samplje, aud would it. he any better to get.|
ithem out of town ? L
1 Don't we get our goods right in To onto-, Moisrtrea.ji
���Glasgow:,, Itondcyi, aud Paris, where the city stores get!
���theirs ?���> and wili their -Dior-iey buy wore or better than J
ours ?, j:
We .bsk you,, in all fairness,, to tHick. hart where you
get reliable goods at modest prices..
To notify the people of Ladner aa*. sur***
rounding district that vse are. now in a.
position, to Q-fe-r- \?ancoe\ey* lalaiod
Portland Cement
M greatly reduced p_-Qe_>v making' it possible for parties* who oo_>teinplate building^
to put in concrete foundations at about the.
- same cost as piling or other inferior
Write for Prices.
Dre.S5J��akiMg Parlors now open, i\\ clfcasge o_i lyjiss T.
Hrowy, of" Toronto,, an expert modiste, who _*__;. had ex. |
perience -with sonn. of: the highest class shops of the I
Fashion Centre*-*.
Dressmaking Parlors���Second Floor. *
where he hsi*d beckon % visit tp his
died   Brewster,   Alfr,e.4   Guichon,,
Bpatric* Sqiith.
Second   Primer ���*- Wanda
jQallan,   Cediic    Hilton,.   Stanley
r> ���_        1.   J, Clark, Floria Livingstone.
Green paid a short i^-^.       ,_7 ... ��� ,
1     Ifirst   Pnu.er,,    Senior ��� Kuby
Welsh,. Koijmau Loi,d, Ming  Gee,
Harry Martenich, La*va Simpson.
First  Primer,   Junior ���. Bernice
Shirley, Mary CJwk* Vera, Walters.
New Silks,.
New. Panama Cloths
Ne\v Vicunas.
New Mohairs,
New Tweeds
New,- Panama Crepes
Ne\y; Q-gandy Muslins,.
New Dimifeys
New Blouses ���_.
New Sh.irt_w.aist Suits..
New     illiitery Artistic Sltapc-s..
New Gloves that Fit Well
25c tp, $-,.50 yard
45c to. 85c yard
65c to. $1.25 yard
35c to, $1.50 yard.
25c to $1.75 yard
$i.qo yard.
2-oc to 75c yard
15c to ^c yard,
Rare Styles.
B. O,
������_���__-.!. semmmnaumaamWnmK'
And. Siacond Report for the Institution*
267 Columbia St.,
Hon. R. F,
^isit here on��S-4u_day last,,a guest
.It the Vicarage:, being ap, old friend
t)f the Canon's,
Friends ��>f T. E. ladner will re**,
_jret to learn thatiUR-has been con-
$ned to tbe bo_i_*e sin__e his, return
ff om the South.
_  .." -ji���'.
'TTPWARDS of one hwidfied' surgical opwiatioiis  weje performed, aU
' with compUte suijcess,, and only one death out ot over two hundred
patients treated Seven patients w����e in the Sankaiiunai at the opening
of the year, 205 were adniitited during the yeai., waking a total of 212*
treated. Of these 99 were males ancl 113 females. u 3 were surgical,
81 medical and 19 obstetrical. 12 patients, rsinaiiied in at the close of
ihe year.
The. total dq,ys treatnjeat were 319P, an average c/ 19.46.days per
]SteW- Westmi_lSter,   B, C.., qai(, ^ thfr ^u.patnents treated  only wte, death occurred, being
l"jjss than Yi'. of  1 per cent.     This one death was,due to s^ppuratix**.
pyelitis, complicated with hea,it disease.
Patients wer,e admitted; fr:om the. followiing locaAitie.s-.���
Oranges,  Bariauas,. Leraotis, Co-
I qoann):s^-W. H, Smith..
$Tr% J* -% MacDonald and son,
of Vancouver, went over to Woodward's Landing, on Tnes&iy, on a
visit tp M.js. Maclfeaxie.
Active operations have begun
on the moying ot t&e Methodist
Chur,ch and Pjprsonage.
N. A. McDivmid'paid a visit  Iq|
the   Terminal   Clty,M on   *Puesday;
e.vening, 9^the occasion of % turn
9Ut of Oddfellows" there.
The Derby Shoe
For Men, the- choicest production, of Canada*?, Shoe. Manufacture,
New Solid Goods,, new prices..
Modern Shoes, in, a, Modern. Shoe Store,.
*J* REAGH,    ~   Ladner, D.C*
Vaneou-ver          1
Port Haney
,Vanaj$da Bay
New Westminstvcr
Akler Grove-
Mandow, Mat*.
,Van Gand
Hairiot Bay
Washington State
W_-stb.am Isli-itd
Seattk, Wash.
i North Vancouver
Rock Bay
iCentral Park
Salmon Awn
Port Hammond
lLjt.kic, Allta.
Mt  Lehman,
Keefer Statk)��
' Rock Bay
' KpwortU
Didsbuiry, Alls.
Souiis, Man.
M_aniih Man.
Naas River
White HoKscYukon
P^n^er McBride spent Saturday
^st. here on business connected with
tjrie estate of his dece_ased broiher,
W. L.MciVid-s) whose-, executor he
Miss Nicholson, of New Westminster, returned home> on Thursday, after spending a few days
Ttisiltng her nitres, th*^, Missee
At 8.30 o'Cfock,
Com& and See Them*! !
WI ll)11 w���
�� .IV- COOK
Wall Paper, Paints, Varnishes, Etc,
New, up-to-date Papers
To   setect. ftoro,
1 Tlie Baths and Massage- Department have-been ��uiiinewtly success-.
I ful tiudt-r the management of Miss; MilUugtoit-. tKuing the year, 954
|ltreatments wetje-givew, and as the patro...j_g.. has gradually increased, it
'!h_s become necessary to engage an, assistant. Early in the year a
'Souvenis prospectus-vv;as pnb)isht;d and copies mailed to. the-many lriend*
I of the institution.
1 The offices, recootio.i nooms, hull's and  most ofthe private wards
have been neatly p2in,ted and decorated, adding greatly to tbeir appear*.
ance. The increase of" our work in the Raet End has necessitated the*
.opening of branch offices in that patti of the citv tot? the* convenience ol.
''ouir patrons..
J. J. Campbell, of Vancouver,
representing Cvnaat West Life, was
in town.this week and has appointed' Pi Shirley as tfaeir local ag��nt.)
on* account ot. the great increase in
the company's bnsiness here.
We take this opportunity of ip-
j forming the public that the-business
1 formerly carried on by the late W.
I L. McBride will now bet. worked on
I a cash bi'sis, hy w.hjch means we
_ I shall be bctterr able to, give every
satistaction, both as, EPgards p*_ce
B: S) Kennedy and' C. Arkle,,j and quai_^,. The stocli. has,' ac-
tpo ofthe Roal City's, ty.pev P^*^| cordinglv, been, marked, dowui. at
a short visit here, on Sunday. I.Lra(_t.y Deduced prices, an inspec-
wap-Mr. ArWo's first trip, through | tion 0j w^ ^ co^ially invited.
t**e Delta and. therefore, was much L Thanking our nujraeroftt custom-
$nrpr��edJ at all- he: s_t*-vf. Better!ers fo_ tl,eir kiml I?iJVonnge and;
qqpie.agaifl lat^r* ont j.support in the past, ajid hopinc, bv '
.M .JJ1	
Miss Gre.__iiarrived- hereon Wed'
nesday, from. Kelowna,  where, she
_tat been visiting friends for, some
tponthp, and' is the guest of her;
sister,   Mrs.   ��.   Nv  Rich.   After
visiting her_>,Miss GTeen wilt leave'
fer enlifornia,. where   her parents [
1P_v >"r>.rli-..
strict atjtcntipn  to
bu<*iiiehSi to, be
favored, with ..
CQptiijuance of. the
Yotiis fiiitlifullv.
Iii. Ml.
Port Guichon,
also   so^ g^od  bargams ���GREAT BARGAINS.
rerrn-Uits. !
trnder tostrtiotioBis firom the
the Estate of the Late W.
ls_   \Iii.Ji��   !
We are- showi_i_; some splendid values in White Mitslin
Blouses, prices, from $1.00 Up.-
Heady-to-Wear Mats*.
Wo- heme a, witi.   range of tlu Newest Styles at prices, jj
that will appenl- very foridbly to, the thrifty buyeih
* Will be offeied to- the public afe
To make i:*oom for an
Entirely Ne,w Stock      <**      <&
l. BIRTCH,,        -        --        275. Cohimbia Sfee^t
IjC-ora^ aiKi Sec Our Special Line
ll Boots; sttmd Shoes*
Port  Guichon, B, C,


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