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DELTA
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SATURDAY, MARCH 24. 1906.
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35 to 42���17.50,
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FIRST ANNUAL  REPORT       PURE BRED
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yi'_-'-, ���;.**-
i   and Black Serge Suits
\iteat cut, sizes 35 to 42
$16.
3oys' ^ 2-piece   Suits,   from
U.50 to 15.50
r -���   g piece
'3.50 to $7.50.
Suits,   from
���of���
THE BURRARD  SANITARIUM UNITED
And Second Report for the Institution.
A    PHENOMENAL   RECORD.
TTPWARDS of pin.* hundred snrg cal operation*, were performed, all
with complete success, and only one death out ot over two hundred
patients tr'eaud Seven patients were in the Sanitarium at the opening
of the ysjar, 2* 5 wtre admitted during the year, making a total of 212
treated. Of *h-4e 99 were males and 113 females. 112 were surgical.
Si medical-am' 19 obstetrical.      12 patients remaii.ed in at the close ot
the year. ���
The tot 1 days treatment were 3190, an average of 19.46 days per
patient.
Out of the 212 patients treated only one death occurred, being
less than % of 1 per cent; This one death was due to suppurative
pyelitis, compli'-niefi with heart disease.
Patients were admitted from the following localities:���
LOCALITIES.
.48       L:'.-'.ner
i New Westminster
1        Collingwood
1 !;ia: cion
________    Hnniard
Wesiham Island
Rock Bay
Salmon Arm
Poi t Hammond
Mt   L-hman
Calgary
l)'.(!*bliry. Alta.
Chill wa' k
STOCK SALE
Vancouver
Vananda Bay
Kamloops
Alberni
Van Hand
Washiiip.ton Stale
North Vancouver
Central Park
I.adysmitli
(.und
At! in
ii'ock Bay
l.pwor h
"���.urlimry
Summerland
Port Haney
Alder Grove
Lillooet
Mandow, Man.
Harriot Bay
Seattle, Wash.
Dawson
Lytton
Leduc, Alta.
Revelstoke
Keefer Station
Souris, Man.
Naas River
Eburn'e
1 .ie
New Westminster,  March  20.���
Tbe   stallion   rbow,  which ...art*
tomorrow,   is   already   assured  of
success, and stock ot th. highest
order is rolling into the stock sheds
at the exhibition grounds with encouraging  rapidity.   Each incoming steamboat is loaded with stock
and   throughout   to-day   a steady
stream of horses,  cattle and pigs
have been travelling up the hill to
be housed in tbeir intended places.
Among those already here are the
following.
J. T. & J. H. Wilkinson, of
Chiliwack. Standard bred trotter,
Collwings.
H. M. Vasev ��� Two Clyde
stallions, both noted prize winners.
Royal Citizen and Premier Prince;
two head of Shorthorn cattle and
four Yorkshire pigs nearly all of
which were prize winners at tin
Lewis and Clark exposition.
J.   Tamboline���Clyde     stallion,
Ethiopia.   '
J.     M.    Steves���Three   Suffolk
Punch     stallions,   Sheriff,    Royal
King and a promising looking colt.
W.   H.   Ladner���Seven   ot   his
Th, Ftn_3t Eaava of Rcga-t- and Neglige Star*.. snown anywhere
'i'i. Q, X'UttSJO  _.__-._;*_   ���_-_  -*~0-	
Slimmer Underwear, Fancy Sox, Belts and Suspenders, and Every-
ling carried in an up-to-date Furnishings Store.
New Shipme_:t of Trunks., Valises and Suit Cases.
Val-
Proud
Dry Goods Department.
^^^^^JiMiami, Man. 1
,-*,        White Horse, Yukon 1 	
__._ i,-iji.s and Massage Department have been eminently success
fill midir the in!.nsf{e.r.ent of Miss  Millington.      Luring ihe year, 954
���reati'ients were t;iven, and as the patronage lias gradually increased, ii.,
'.iis become   ik-ci-sary  to engage an assistant.    Early in the year a| famous Shorthorns for sale and one
viuvenir prospectus was published and copies mailed to the many Iriends present for special comment.
,f the institution. Westham Island Stock  Breeders'
Ihe "dice?, reception rooms, halls and  most of the private wards   .        .   . :T"
lave been ti atly p2iuted and decorated, adding greatly to their appear-' Ass0Clatl0n~One  P*-**"*-herou,
itic*\     Tii-increase of our work in the Kast luid has necessitated the| ley   Prince,   and a  Clyde,
opening ol branch offices in that part of the city tor the convenience oil Prince,
our patrons. J    A. C. Wells & Sons of Chilliwack
mn. ������������.. -._---i--j---.i-.-_ -������--���-!���1-���. ._. j j ���Three Ayrshire bulls and a pen
CARD OF THA.\KS j SWEET SIXTEFN. of White Plymouth  Rock ponllr/.
  I   G. Cooper, of Chiliwack���A fine
j Durham bull.
Having removed to  New  West-      Las^ evening,   at   the   home  of,    j     Thompson,   of Chiliwack���
I minster, and hit n^  unable to c*l   Mrs.  P.   Matheson,  quite a large j Three Yorkshire pigs.
; and bid goodbye to all my  friends, | miinbet of young people  a3Sembled'
- - -*- 1*���   -.f L.i-.    rvntnor    I
"SEE OUR NEW LINE OF LADIES' MOTOR CAPS.
I take this opportunity of so doing
thanking my many friends for their
kindly expressions.
Mrs, 0. HOULE.
to wish   many   happy  returns to!    At the sale many good bargains
Miss Jennie Taylor,   niece of the J were obtained.    Purebred stock of
all descriptions were sold at prices
which made it worth while attend-
This show-sale is to be an
\    Farmers   are   all
i ready for seeding.
busy    getting
hostess, who has just reached the
delightful   1 ge  of  Sweet Sixteen.
Games of  all kinds were  indulged 1 ������������**���    	
in as also the light fantastic. : annual aff��ir and �����> wil1 P��X *tock
Misses Margaret MacKenzie and | breeders of a progressive nature to
��� -    ���     .... I trfspn an eve ooen for the next catt
ing.
' Shoe Department.
The Finest Stock of Shoes ever shown outside the cities.
Ladies' Tan and Black Oxfords, Gibson Ties and Strap Slippers.
See the new lines of "Royal Purple" Shoes.
Men's Black and Tan Oxfords, Pateet Colt Bluchers and all the new
leathers shown for Spring and Summer wear.
Also new lines Boys* and Girls' School Boots.
1
I Mrs. Milne, who is laid up wilh
I scarlet lever; we are pleased to
' state, is improving nicely.
Robinson     furnished    the
keep an eye open for the next catalogue as it will contain the names
and pedigrees of the stock for sale.
This sale should   receive   all tht
On account of the illness of the
Sutherby Bros., their patrons have
bad to forego their supply of butter and may have to continue to do
for the next week or so.
Irene!	
music.
There was a piize contest which
resulted in Miss Trethewey taking ,
first while A. Montgomery came in' patronage possible
second. 	
Refreshments were served at midnight and the happy party dispersed at 2 o'clock a. m.
Institute meets on 7th and 9th.
Holy Communion in All Saints,' Smith
to-morrow, at8-.30 a.m.
New   shipment   of Old English
Breakfast   Tea just  in ���W.   H.
Marshall Smith
H. J.   Hutcherson,   A.   Clausen,
W. J. Lanning, W. A. Kirkland,
Dr. Woodley  and  W.   H.   Smith,
, spent a  few days this week tetr.p'-
1 ing the finny beauties of Nicomekl
with all manner of bait and  return-
1
^^^������M^^^^^J Friends   of Chas. Arthur will be
Change of ad tor M. W. Waitt & j ptased to hear be is impro-in* hi
Co. arrived too late for this issue.
health nicely.
���___.
CHILILWA.K   CREAMERY..
Chilliwack,   March . 1,8 ���.Duriiag
11905 the output of butter by the
Chiliwack  Creamety  was  222,704.
lbs., or an increase of ^s.qpo over
1904; $42,47.0.59 was  paid  out to
the ranchers supplying tho cream
*nd $8,880.72 for operating expenses.    The balance in hand  at  the
end of the yeai, amounted to $9.13.86,
out of which it is, proposed  to, pay
the patrons ofthe Qteajiierv ' vc pen.
l|b. for aH t_ve> but'er fat supplied by
them- to tbe creamery duri,ng tbe
year.
The Board 0$ Diuectoits for ..906
are: F. l*_.ickbu_h��� president (reelected); Jobn Scade, vice-president
(re-elected), and Messrs. J. M. Mc-
Gillivary, W. S. Hawk-.l1.1w, O. M.
!*_.'.u,-ir,l. and 17 I). .Barrow, d rectors.
During the Coming yeur the question of adding the manufacture of
cheese to the company's operations
will be considered.
BRIEFLETS.
ed   bom:
sport.
well   pleased   with the
Oranges,    all    sizes;    Bananas,      Geo. Paddon hopes to be able t��
Cocoanuts. te.���W. H. Smith.       ! take charge of the Creamery wagon
again at the ist of the month.
Little Geoidie Dennis, wbo broke,
bis leg a short while since,  while
! playing football,' is, getting  along
ftne.
Jos. Jordan met with a painful
accident on Tuesday. While cleaning his. favorite horse the animal in
play, squeezed hjm into a, comer,
when his left hand becaniie entan-s
glied ia a snivel iu. tbe halter aud
the horse giving a sqdden jerk,
pulled the nail off the middle finger.,
sending Jo�� to the doctor.    'Twas
Three Alberta  towns  will apply!    ^	
at the present session of the legis-j- Sid Brodie returned home, on
lature for incorporation as cities: Wednesday, after spending a few
Wetaskiwin. Lethbridge and Medt* days at Victoria in consultation
ciue Hat. j with Drs. Jones and Hall.    Sid has
' 'A tornado struck the. town of \bwn laid UP for some *^����M._
Brooklyn, Miss., Monday night,itirae and ha8 finall-v dfccldecl to
completely wrecking it. \ Place himself mider Dr* Hall's care
i for a trial.    It is hoped   he will re-
George  Riley, formerly  member j cover without an operaUo,,.
. fosr Victoria, has been   appointed to
Ithe Semite  to succeed   Hou. Wm.
Templerviati, uow  iu the Hoi se of     To-morrow evening  Rev.   T.   F.
[Commons.        _________ 1 Bett- will preach a sermon nu Tim
The Anglican executive commit-;
tee met lust Wednesday in Vancou-!    We are Pleased l�� note the tetnm
ver.    A   pleasant   feature  of  the of Jim McCalUn  after spending.��
xious   week   or two in JuWlet
meeting was the hearts* welcome 101
Bish-p  Dart  on  his'return   from: Hospital, Victoria
England. |       ^^^^^^^^^
��� ' I    John   Richardson, Adam Head,
.SUTTON'S SEEDS���The Brack-1 Asahel   Smith,   ��nd   WAi.  Fyhoe
man-Ker     Milling    Co.,    Ltd., 1 were among the sijjht seers at tht
.\gents     ior   these    Celebrated 1 Royal City this weeh*
Seeds,   have  placed  a' stock  ofi -
them on sale here with their local i
representative, Mr. H. N. Fich.  I
)mmous.
The Postal authorities are tekingj ^^^< ** *he close ot which there
action, at last, against the vendors wiU ^ a mass !����?-��- of tlie Pres*
and senders ot obscene post Oi.rds, byterian��   BaP1ist   ai,d   Methodist
congregations   in    the    Methodist
���. Church whon   Rev.   A.   McAuley
H. J. Kirkland went up to the will giv. an address.    All are  wel
 J  -���-':���'*:.���  iuvtted  to at-
He: What is the meaning of that
picture?   The youth nnd tbe maid*
���  -."..-��� - ._,  . on are in a tendeT attitude.
Complaint has been made against]    She:   Oh,   don't   yon --see.   Ht
bpys interfering with rigs standing: bas just asked her to nrtrrry him,
"    What does the artist call the pie��
sending Joe to the doctor.      iwasi    n. j,iviiM.uun...  .., ,
sore,   but   no   great  damage  was Stock Show 011  Wednesday  morn-t come and cordially
1 ;���.- ��� t.q^d.
at the  wharf causing  considerable
annoyance   to   the   owners.     The
bovs  are   known   and an  example
will be made if tl
���ior..,.--,
' He (after an examination of the
l-.:,anceis.Rit|lrame;i>:'Oh, I  see-it's written ��t
the bottom���"S"ld!"
done.
. ing THE DELTA TIM
SATURDAY. MARCH .-*.*,
IQDD.
^J^*S***illl_s|-�� W_-��ftTlf ^. I .*fl
TM$ DELTA Tllfc\ES.
Pl_Bl.!,-_*��D   RVHRV   SA'ri"35>AY.
S-jBpQ*^rt��^.. *,w IM*****-
���sK-STItl<<C SAYMit.
Oasivsl -UMm**e)s��H. i. *___*."_���**"������*"
��,��aSl.��:rtie��.��a4,5t**U|>�� llae ����� each
~.^a_,._ .. _-t _i_-.c accupicd, isllac-t* tne
ie-*-       mm . ---
tarn Mrf^aurae^l Adjert����ia*at#. eaa ����
y* .a ��,p!M-��a at this --�����.
W*_t ��e|l-_.i��.9e^J�� per 'Mi la% ����������- In-.
agrltoa.
*i*tfc.***tl��M|fc,a<*c��*. JK- ManiSf��ai-*��.
Smuui,tel_. ceoaWett- aa advertl-._ieiit
aa. sk_.it- ��_H**��*.y.
All a-m.-al-lH. -_-��!��_ *��r ������> wd-rtd
V' *��_ pell far.
parr--. *���*--..�� lasted ea ���wU.ra el puUic
Uueveet. CeaaafilcauSas te cdUin aust be ac-
ji_paml��4 -j aasat��* writs*. ������*)�����������*�����.'''
fcr MluUsW-M. *��t aa a-.-.*-, af gaod1 faith
Zm'm^emm. saaK-reach t__*��ce ky Tkura-
imj tvtstog.
Gap, **, MiMC.**.
Hwetet..
.niii tti it
���TfTTiT"!! ��� '-IT*     __B-e_-<aeB-BB3-. aapnm
MARKET  EXTRACTS.
VAXCOVVJ-.R.
�����*-- TJlje  sioditce   business   i* good!
What proved to be the most s^o-l00**1   a> tfc�� ��oast �����**  '* *����� H
s��t'onal sale af eircus property eve* | feri<*--    Tn"!* >s ����  SP-*-*8* **��*w*
made occurred Jan. 17th.  at Ber- in the  ���"������ market.    ESSs have
W, N_ Draper,
PROViNQlAV  VA.ND OTSiYHYOS
Room % HUar'l B_.eK X.�� Wcnwiu.tcr
M*nw>AT, u*,cn 24. ,Qo6-
COMPARES; FAVORABLY.
Ia another coUm*. wjjl be seen %
synapsis of tih*y.ear- wo*. e( tht
Chilliwack; (__ea_ai_.y w-hicl-, whe%
QojRparedi with th..D*lSft. Craaf-ary
fj.r -903, shotus bow mush, bene?
tff the Delta fanne* is than hia
i��eit;hb��f>-at.C__illiwack-s
Chilliwack paid thei* gf-teons
��b*ut igc pen lb fpTt cream while
Jpelta paid oxer 2_jp* p��F lb. ChiHv*
track t��T�� a. bcn-M** oi Yx PM 1*> *(��
to pa��-ro^*hi& Stella. *.e.ttJ-ed h��
way, Q^h$����ti#. uo. Ipwvtfoa-i J& *
|OHad< to tke. patron*,
HANDLED WITH CARK.
The finding of the Canadian com-
wwipu *& Victtwiik i^vesligatipt
the. wsecl*** of the \'atRuc.as thijows,
%\\ the blame on th#. d��a4 captain,
attrihutjuje the Ip** of th^ \tsee\ to
fjltrity nax��_a^ipj_, Tb*A U a. good
fiau to hUmeN��U i;tsj_hAshft.iSs;��pt
fble to <-*ta-{_ hitnsfIfc, buA when
"jhey c*��i_edofnn ^> bl|��pyng^somc-
oae for the lops* of, Ijtfe- they p*** on
overcoat, and, glpves. a*a^i proceed
fvtry ca^iottpljr, far fftan- they miftht
hwt ionvwe^
'���'rf.hftVstfenci^. wap aijpnlied with
hfe-s��ving appliances, as recj^ui^ed,.
^11 apparently in good condition except soine   'preservers,*- of  broken
5o^^a-^^it��.e.qJe"l*^>���.',,���
3% addition to, the. ^tboye- tihe fact
ha�� b*W�� btjought out t^iat only mo
of, hetj-ooatp t^e, pno-jeijly; exaw.-
i*��ed at hftF 1^4 wptp^pn,. Thip. is
% fi_ft statjp o{| affairs aud. i$ is to be
V>pe.>^*hi5i.ljijl ijpw, hefjire tdje \rfnT
^��r:iaV Hovili-s w,hiich; w)J make
^>*reigB)Sh>ps_in Buittsh ports tynen-.
^ble to Bvitisli la,w, w,i)l pass, in its
strongest form, ai>fl cj.n}piLd, t^iem to
ijarr.y eyerythiijig o^tht-best in. life.
y-ving appayaMis.
t. Whitworth has just conapletss}.
%u.ce. new barn on l};s> property.
Bingham,. Ala.,, wheu. tha 30 ca�� cir**.
.us belonging to. Sells. & Downs
was put up. at anctioa to the high-,
���st bidden, .".early every pion-iiv-
WB^circtw owner in tk* c��u_ry j P*8* W�� **������>
was, pijesenti ajid the bidding for the>
seally excellen. show proper.y W3P-
stusatiooal ia, thet; extreme. Prices
soared high and thert was. considerable feeling be\we��i tj_e sivaj eif-
qus proprietovs.
H. S. Rowe, gtne?al mwag.r ofi
tha Noiiris _fe.Rowe_-circuiihas slipped quietly into, Bi-.miHgl��m. with,
a certified check fps one hi>nd,re.d.
t^iousatid dollars and. was prepared
to sjend WY pwt o�� it i*n the purchase, ofthe wtjd anima.lss beauti ul
thorottghbrejfe. uiagnifipctit heavy
draft. hftrse.s**. big wagons-^ dens and
cages aiwi thfi- fine wardrobe and
tquipment of th��- Sells &_ Downs
Show, so.it \yajs with gjst��_t chagrin
ttaat the other- big circ_��# owners
witnessed, t-hemsely.-s. being outbid
on,oe_*^jf everything pu* up, wider
the hammer and wiiaessed Mr.
Rowe acquiring the finest bit of
circus property evei; of5.red siuce;
the. Forjepau^h shpw was boughit
ifl b�� Mti;. Railey. H_. S_ Rowe.
Wll -etttf n thi*. week whpn. a detailed account of his, pitfchases, will.
h��_ given. All this, wealth of new
lma.te_ryt_- will lie stddtd to, the
Giesy^i. Noiris & Rowe's, presety
!equvpni!.it aM-��versof the.-circus
will see-U*p veny laxgetst. show visijt-
ling tihi_i.sect.ion, nrxt season when.
Norris. & Row* pay theit; annual
engage.isiei4,t.yi t,hs Royal. Cit>-V
advanced tu  25c.    Hams arc fire
and is good demand.
Toronto ���- Selected    live*  hoes
fetch $6.85; iiKlfcts and; feits_$6,6o
SO  YEARS"
EXPERIENC1
Delta Transfer Stable   |
George L Hartin,
Bitxrister   and   So-icitor, i
Guichon Bloct; ".
KoiussAis, jj.''. mck ��it;- ;---.K.tr-
NEW WESTMINSTER,       B.C
I,
McRAE & Co
SU. M��|Mi
Ce#vi.i��-*n*-tc.
A nreo_**"einti a.iketoh and deaertptlon ai n��
tcal��i5aartain,'eiw oWuloa.free whatuaran
S-*iit.llc Amer-catt
haaiumpljiUlnntT.te_ w��M>'r> T nrires. .ir-
.l.fiB��~r S_JladoiitUlo Jp5r_��L T.r.��wh.to a
.w: Jeacimrnrt*,ti. f|v_ll)|:_��ne-_-_nlBi'a.
iyHH �� Ca^^-���'- Ifew York
Irsacl* 'iffl.*e. mt Bt- Wn��hl��_lon. D. C.
Ill
a. a w.. w.
Delta Lodge, No. vi, meets first
and tihifd Tuesdays of eagb uxoijith
in Ol_idfe-iJows, Hall.
Thos. Todd. M.W.
t. W. Kerr. Records.-..
fc 0.O F.
Delta.. Ti<pdig^v, No. 21.���The regular m*8eti:4g.*_ o_* ihifi. L.odsje are held
every Wednesday- evening at 8 p.
'iBk   Vi-fsi^-iiftR $ic*.sihr&n vaadially in- ^
NjEW WESTHIMSTER   11. C.
A full line of  L.iiglish and IrisVi
Tweeds md   Fancy Trouserings al-
w ��� i y ���. k ept '��� ���; stock. ���
<^SS.��.^��S^��.^l,��^5ltf��Hji,*��fS,..��*jr��.<,S..��..J��<..J
��imi.
vited to attend.
VV.  11. T.\y*+oi7 S*-'.
QRASS LANDS.
���'���HJlL._Uir.-IUT��_l'l
Mr*. Flprenc* Canvas, ��i asnorarr oa
aeeiate et Vm *.-4a_ el 9*. -iohsis la, wit-
Ik* extx>��t_k��n o_ Htw, Ni��hti��_*Ble, th*
i)!leet trailed nure* in Snglnnd. Outslils
e/t rojalti**,, she )>aa probably t��oi- decora*
Itpiis tha�� wjt ��lvhe�� noiuao ta th* era
lllre. Shis. n|��i>�� awtpjr jearm la the hoe-
jjtuls of Kolland, I-*nw9K)(,. Qariuan;
opd Trance. Whea ��h�� yraneari^usslaA
^tor l��roke oil*,. *lM wlwnteered for anib*-
Iftpce wori. ��>* *stae placed In ehame of I
hvet stalloftof the Tenth armj corps before Met* !*>�����. hod. ebarge also of th*
impress V|edi��ri)p.C��l��me.t��.feYWo_nde_
���jBltller* t-A Woi_-t;_��rf. _*r*s. Cra*-.***-. 5P��
lessee. % eros* 4iirii)oq*~!-ed ��J Hie nojte^
efjonn af. I'rusalft, Ibe deuoratlou beisisj
Brecinlly i^nlgne* fw ber hjf Hut Iprnji-XH*
Frederick, then, orowu *^;l;u*c_f. lb*
9rund ar.cliess of Baden conferred anther d.o<>Bailo��r^ft. wd cross, oja, a whit*
^Dckitrwuiii. surmounted t>? VV9 Imperial
-ojkgle. t**��li��p)i tho uiotyai wjit*,..kiililie of
IJbo distinctions shfe 1^�� yiooljs'edi '��. the
tion Cross, tV' erderolr merit jtac.sjnteJi by
William I tl (^riuany- f^,* di'sAiiiffuisbed
eervloeei-, Mmejef wnv. Sli*�� further ro-
(>eiv��i the was- medal jre-sented b.r tlu
%rst Uernliin uiu(��r��< tfex sftrvl.��* lu tb*
mm* ei 1.70,
To.]Lj.{��� fi��oj�� Apcil isi, thff lands
known as. the Sti_iK_y Farm... For
' fulji pajt^uiar& apfly to
B. N*. RIQH,.
-.achtee-.
-jfiarry Vt^sey h^ purchased the
^5 acres adjpinjflg, Rfjv��v*si__Rr -'arm
^nA has. r,(y.|ed i�� ip T1., R. H^yew,
brothpr-i^law of Aashftli Smith,
whp xi$\ -uri.-**. t}(j^_ wjaek- a��I take
fl? *��'^^***ii*nc* there..
1i<V��<- m**m Are DaiN_��r4aa��
Dhs*lameness ot lib* 4por lfi. tlio Duko ot
Bedford's grmiuda If vary iwniarkuble
-fxcopt tjho eu.lliuatljwd. ..niiaiu-se (nun
; Fowerseour% itiid, *l*ew.b*re, ^bey are wild
creatures, twigb.i ���* distant islands nnd
oontluexts,.Vo"l Ihe Molu��c_K.��flCi I'nr
niosat.otho-Mtiiljif.fli,.u��Rins.irtfi(!sv.i��iiipi
ef CanmlaK y.et t^o djnioiilloi '��--<>' keep
tliom w,lld. anough. 2j- Is aj,w.c.}',a-t.i|-i.-r
��!HP tt��,*"ow stnga tp, boc^uii*. tame and
fftnilMllft W t*��?. lee* thelq fear of mun.
Ihey. ��re liable no, hecome dangeruun ��t
()*Ftain ao_��oii8, *W)4i qttack, gcr-ons ;fi; a
(ark or, k~*|.��.rs sa tnvn^cls mi. tliey 4c
lJiclrown,kiji<l, vmeonmBniln'anjfpiiiiliiw
tjy hqn, V> b_) difwouraged, Vi'utliee -eus-aa
\f,hen tba deot) it)!* ipo*! onslous. to. b��
ff-lciidly. With tit* binds this Is nottiiecea,
���pry, and their oonlldenoe ia.Tc.13t BK*"*
a��A.e.n(t!>glng.��� Spootator.
'Hg'-s-W   "��� '��� mmmmm���___*���
KKe-t-ofe.
Market*���When you saw nie %, *��na%aAD.
about life insurance, you. told nie that thet
eompany ypu.were wlM��. was tbe best.!*
tibe word,
In*ur*ne* Ae*n>���My deaiv*lr,.i| was a*.
tbot time, but tlv '/jinp-iny, I| am nnw��
With, havipg sine. ,io_, IJ10 benefit of nijt
services, ba* of. eouro*. tfikcn Uiut ijQpgj;
away; frost. It..
1^ itpte, by m\ exchange, that
tiht* Qhujtch of EnglyiA B_*sipn
hoa^whi*?h,plipswotj�� tj^lpgfing
<jamp?(| diiefly tjGRik of V^coiavt-r.
l|ps.l����come.entjr��lj- sejrf^_pBf-rting,
ip g��s-t7* tjae ifit|.r^^ tai-en, in it
l��r tbe meu in, the cn#ng#.. The
VColiw-tbiap" (<eii.ai��}y, under. Rev.
J)lr. sfy-tjji.. >��f s Ihoni, the. m��i��|5 of
mf'm, *W* \ -ifft. iMP-des. minis-
tpiiiiig to.th- *pirUil^l wafts r^ Uie
Irff**"?'! A dPfttor ig, o<��fe of, the
|taff en}R��p>e,d; apd. the, hQf.pital at
lock B^spotj-tp, be tajcen enfiflc
^har-ff of, lW tjie.. slWitoV W^ _j
.pany.-1 popfrclj^^ho.>witbpHfct,llV,j
Msistapc^e of tbe missjpif. t^t.
would midQifjblftdly. njeeS)-tif.lt-, great
Jnat ���*. 04-1,
-Igirli from 5|-ckun(s, Wash., fho, kadi
bftt-D, visiting U\ I. pst^o, aujs she l*.tire<l,
e*being IpughiKisa* becauso'sho bus nevv*
eoen V)e -..'Mi. neetnt. bhe declares she
fallf. ini*ee ��liy lirr Bostcp, (riuutl* think
Hoildi sbe b���� 1-t sovi.'-b* i.��H��-JJfl mli.'ti
they have neverw*rn Flyitioiith mmk r.or
Ctipe Cod snnd drri-rts nor di 11. bod, to.thc
top of Bunker Hill nioiiiiinenl,
_. Cr<_Kkr<l !|��-.o s %.
"l>lt.��iW''m>sli*at b.i��.k.!||,i]ilinrrio*.!ft,We
/Jjlinq.jjgojl.l^imlilfj. M;U.����. hcnliie w.hlch
H!':,sl!|!CtT,.sl-; mail ��i4t�� Inr sin_ie dlsmi'm be
S.W **tl*>tn ��* ThV tfongrt rlyer I* no In-
���ynt'Oi-. _p _julfV��<QHe<l,li'.s in stream. ltlsso
*...'*t'kc<i. _j|*t, r.u*k.r% o.aj!Kli'' llicrolmv*
,ilrTaturv)f. l&* tabu* wmHWit)i�� to a Uuw
'���tfl^ftWI'-lH**.
erne*, m, ( ��.**<����*..��>>.
-'low.,-M' 1"��U 11   rlntrs rtaveK
aavlnKWV "heir h��rfll.->en.4P��f1l.
Ba0tu��f!I| fc,-**. 'ho,nen(.|fr^_ou��a
*Vs l%*n l!�� t. nr.a;lj,lb�� Wtjli
ajar a j-.y f.o:n t,iWt ^i(l,t|j_.��^
Ows* b.ade in,, s^lp;-' u^ljoi,.!!,
Jet thi.y iriustfi'^c'titoitia c^��_��
Bo, nor doao It s^ i)i OourIi,
^nij-rbut, sa..-. ti-,'s i�� enough.
*f.,'W-v*.' ���s-ala. '*"���'�����
Delta Stock Yard
tADN_5_*,
By re-j-iie-st oi my iiatsons I have
postponed th��- ssfc advefittised   for
,Ma*.i*h' v*atil after se_d"i_.g time.
H. N, RICH,
Auctioneer.
1  .J. HENLEY t
t f
o Manu/nctsUrir* o% ali, <tu(.ft��ft A
!   Soda Water, Ginger i
Ale and Summer J.
i Drinks. .j,
,t.      Your pat*so^g��solircit��d ^
! Westham Street*
Fushion Stables-
Trucking and Draying.
Livery  work qfi ail kinds attended to pr.oi��;fJit_..
IIlIllH,
Uarto.r. 9. <t.
Fence Posts.
If you require fence ports', just
drop me a line, or call and see J
THOS. ROBEUTS.j
?j        " ��� Ladner. B.C
WM. J. McMRSTER I SONS,
WHOLESALE  SPECIALISTS
Gloves
Socks
Hose>, -^-Hose
Shirts
Smocks
Overalls
Und��_rwt>jar
Blankets
Dry Goods, etc.
takers of "BUCK BRAND" Goods
ADVERTISED.   tSVERYWHEKB
LETTE* QRDfiRS RECEIVE PRQT.PT ATTENTION.
Meat .anil Potatoes
W caji supply you -wiit.- tlie ftQeait quality
of the. atiove articles, afc reasonable ooet.
IfyiToevcAmr tlm place..
Delta
/Z?e^f d Commission (&
Phonei 9.
Ladner* B.C.
Ladner Carriage Works.
Practical    Horseshoeing,
j_i, Carriage Budl^p-g and Paint
ing, and Genera.1 Jobbing of
All Detjcrijticms^
Wfc cjarry tbe fmcfrlr ��_��ss
of Carriages an��__l F_y.tj?t I_nip_��>_W-ttts afc rock bottom ^ikes.
Q, T BAKER, Ladner, B.C.
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SINGLE AND DOU-.LE RJiOS .-.NT)  SAPPI-K HORSES
ON SHORT NOTICE
ream Woe* Dono at Specially Lorn Prices.
t JOSEPH .JORDAN, Proprietor,
t Telephone " Ladner" No. to.
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QELTA TINSMITH ^HOP
The Place for Tinsmithing, Bath Tubs, ^ove
Pipe, Conductor Pipe., Roof Plates, and Everything Klse in This line.
Agent tor*
Gumey Foundry Co.'s Stoves.
P. D. Dox-te Mixed Paints,
Yoho Bath Heater,
Just the thimg foi making water hot for wasbtBg -.aifjr
utensils, scaldimg hogs, or' for washday. ETery
Farmer's Wife Should Ha.�� One.
ROBT. MAY,
Ladner, B. C,l
CAPITAL, - -,        ��� S3,000,(
RESERVE FUNDS,      - - $3,302,74-f
TOTAL ASSETS, - -        $31,188,6S
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Savings 0c^iar#me��^ .
Deposits of $1 and upwaitis received and Ibt
est Allowed at Highest Current Rates.
 55 BRANCHES.	
BRANCHES 4N ��1UT,SH COLlTMBftA���V����co��v��r, Yaocow
East End, Mt. Pleasant *��� Gia��d Forks, I*.��na.��_o_ Nelson. Rosslan��j
Victoria, Vernon, ChiH.iw��k. CumWattil *nd New W��stmin*ter.,
L. M. RICHARDSON, Mat-ager. LADNER, B.
.j u .wammoem
Just Arrived^*
BOOTS & SHOE*
-IN-
Tans, Oxfords &
Blucher Cu
A Full Line of
nm and 50Y5'
CLOTHINi
Get a Suit at Once.
H.J.Hutchersonl THE LELTA TIMES, rAtwT-DAY, MARCH 24. r-p-6.
the Delta times.
ih,e\Umm%limH.*l < 1 1 i'tf
Subscription price $1.00 a year.
Job Printing
Meatly Bone
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METALLIC ROOflNC 00., imn
Wliilmli M��-mf����i-i .1-,
R03T. MAY. Agent,
LADNER.     .'..-;    B. C.
CHURCH   NOTICE*.
AU. SAINTS.
(Anglican.)
Holy Communion ��� Sundays,
8:30 a.m. ist Sunday in month,
11 a.m.
Matin*, n o'clock.
Evensong, 7 o'clock.
Sunday School at 10 a.m.
Friday, evening service 7:30.
Rev. Canou Hilton, vicar.
CATHOLIC
.Services first and third Sunday of]
each month at 10:30 a.m.; .Sen-die-!
tion, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday school at 3 p.m.
Low Mass and Holy Conrnunion ���
first and third Mondays at 6 a.m.
Rev. Father Wagner, O.M.I..
Parish Priest.
MKTHOniST.
Services next Lord's Day at 11
a. m.and 7:30 p.m. j
Class meeting, 10.30 a.m. every!
Sunday.
Sabbath School at 2 p m every
Sunday. Prayer meeting every
Thursday evening at 7.30.
Rev. J. F. Betts. pastor.
ST. ANDREW S PRESBYTERIAN
Services next Lord's Day at 11
a.m. and 7 p.m.
Sabbath School at 2 p m Midweek meeting ou Thursday evening
at 7.30 o'clock.
Rev. A. McAuley, Pastor.
BAPTIST.
Sabbath services at Ladner at 11
a.m. and 7 p. m.
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at
7,3* p. m.; choir practice at 8.
Ill .111 ll
(Westminster Branch)
Time Table
On .out. XYc��ln_ius.tcr lor Vancouver ��t SJo
aua -.5- a.m. nud hourly thereafter until ll p.
m.; Saturday- and Suuday- at ti )>.m.
Can leave Vancouver for Westi-uusters at j.5-
aucl 6.50.11, ui.uud hourly then���fler uutil lap.
ih.; Saturdays aud Suudayaat ll p.m.
--HEIGHT CARS.
We run first-cl-M freight cart between West-
miinter aud Vancouver and all ahipmeuttare
handled "itli th* utinoat eare and delivered ts
c-nsigaec without delay Special attention paid
to fruit __ipme_u. Om w._.n_ meet all boat*
and traina,   Por ratea, e,_ apply to
D   A. snisMtS. V. R. GLOVKK
Traffic Mgr, Local Mgr,
Wtatatnatcr. s, C.
A SAFE COUGH MEDICINE
FOR CHILDREN.
In buving a cough medicine for
children never be afraid to buy
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
There is no danger trom it and relief is sure to follow. It is especially valuable for colds, croup and
and whooping cough. For sale by
F. J. MacKenzie.
5000 Telegraphers
*���__���____*        NEEDED
Annually, to fitl the new positions
created by Railroad and! Telegraph
Companies. We want YOUNG
MEN and LADIES of good habits to
LEARN TELEQRAPHY
AND R. Rs. ACCOUNT1NQ . . .
We furnish 75 per cent, of the
Operators and Station Agents in
America. Onr six schools are the
largest exclusive Telegraph Schools
in the world. Established ao years
and endorsed by all leading Railway Officials.
We execute a $250 Bond to every
student to fnrnish him or her a
position paying from $40 to $60 a
month in States east of the Rocky
Monntains, or from $75 to $100 a
month in States west of the Rockies,
immediately upon graduation.
Students can enter at nny time.
No vacations. For full particulars
regarding any of our schools write
direct to our executive office at
Cincinnati, O.   Catalogue dee,
THE l��0it-. SCHOOL Of TElEGRRPiir
Cincinnati, Ohio. Buffalo, N.\
Atlanta, Ga LaCr-esr, Wis
t*t*.*'*lia,ft-l)Te)C. $,v*i Fwici*)oo,Qa
According to Tke Commercial,
of Winnipeg, the visible supply of
oats in the United States and Canada, east of the Rocky Mountains,
is 24,378,000 bushels, compared
with 15,727,000 bushels a year ago.
M. J. HENRY'S
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Vancouver, B. C.
Headquarters for Pacific Coast
Grown Garden, Field and Flowei
Seeds. New crop now in stock and
on test in our greenhouses. Ask
your merchant for them in sealed
packages. If he does not handle
them we will mail 50 assorted 5c
packets of vegetable and flower
seeds (onr own selection, suitable
for B. C. gardens) for %t. Special
prices on your bulk seeds.
B. C. GROWN FRUIT AND
ORNAMENTAL TREES new
ready for spring shipment.
Extra nice stock ot two and
three-vear Apple Trees at $20 per
too, $i.to per 1,000; Maynard
Plums, $1 each; Italian Prune, two-
year, fine, $��5 per 100; Sugar
Prune, two-year,'fine, $3,0 per 100.
Full list of other stock at regular
prices. No expense, loss or delay
of fumigation or inspection.
I��_t me price your list before placing your order.
Greenhouse Plants, Floral Work.
Bee Supplies, Fruit Packages, Fertilisers, etc.
CATALOGUE FREE.
M. J. HENRY, Vancouver
301�� Westminster Road.
A Chicago Alderman Owes His
Election to Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy.
"I can heartilv and concientious**
ly recommend Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for affections of the throat
and lungs," says Hon. Johu Shen-
i_-k, 220 So. Peoria St., Chicago.
"Two years ago during a political
campaign, I caught cold alter being overheated, which irritated my
throat and I was finally compelled
to stop, as I could not speak aloud.
In my extremity a friend advised me
touse Chamberlain's Cou_.li Remedy. I tock two doses that
afternoon and could not believe mv
senses when I found the next morning the inflammation had largely
subsided. I took several doses
that dav, kept right on talking
through the campaign, and I thank
this medicine that I won my seat
in the Council." This remedy is
tor sale by F. J. MacKenxie.
flmim.H--i
Time Table.
Train leaves Cloverdale at 1:10
p.m. and arrives at Port Guichon at
2:20 ��.m.
Train leaves Port Guichon at
2:^0 noon and arrives at Cloverdale
at 3:5s P*��*    	
Mondays only.
There are two through passenger trains per day each way to and
from Seattle and a mixed train to
and from Bellinghatn.
FASHION ANO FASRIO.
-Wllhel.'nina" jackets, 1. ltd, tiCH, cant*
���n,l costumes nre now appearing.
_tt.rfll.io r-Tei-ts oris much ues'J on ti:.
l.ij.l*. ������* of nil'.; inn*, rutin wedding gowns.
Rounding fronts, 1,1-ching buck toward
tuu hips, ro| resent ono of tbe new features
of stylish jackets and cunts accompanying
tho newest tailor costume*.
Velvets are assured of a great success ln
it-r. .���.-.f,��sin�� nf I MIX arid 189!) for tho mftk-
1- t (���!   costumes ci lire,  for re-ding_.es,
ii-ts, -wr-i*, vtisi-t combinations, millinery, ate
'_.;������princess .'.I :i|,u v,HI bo much used.
_...:i for diossy i*!iy (,;,,] evening toilets,
tl is minium, mui not dug coind In*.'ore
pt-; U-.it I hau the 'It und outline of Borneo.
-i,h newest models.
There Is ��� great demand for loth the
_*anilnrd  end  fancy materials In   liliiok,
aud tills fall they are brought out in \ery
many different weaves, either ln nil wool I
or in t-ilk ni.d wool mixtures.
Dlhck  gowns  of   lovely t-onspnrcnt or !
.imiidlnphnnuu* weaves nvei Fill; nr-title
ti'.-.l   in  heavier mu-.orlals fir dny  wear
���rill take high place In the ranks of fash-
ten i'or Ihe two seasons liefore us.
The deeply pointed nepltim ovsrsktrtl
��f the seHHiui Uu not always iimtvli thu -in*
ierKltht and, 1! ..referred, C4n bo mudi nl
���itirely different fabric Therefore It
siay prove most ucslrable for remodeling
gowns.
Victoria cords, bayadere silks, in black
and dark ri.h autumn Coloring", (jr-ns.
grain, faille, hengnllne, lniperliil reps���in
fact, all the lustrous corded -jilts���aro in
high vogue, both for gowns euliro and for
combination uses.
Mohr.lr braid In various widths nn.
buttons nf graded size trim tho i-kirrs uri'. i
bodicos of rough dress fnbiies, and silk
braid and small tailor buttons iiriuuuent
tlio costumes made of finer weaves of woo!
and silk and wool materials.
Knillo, bongaline, victoria reps nnif
many other lustrous corded silk, nre
brought out ln charming variety, ant j
these nre used alike for entire gowns, fan. .
ey waists, capes, coats and for stylish com-
blnation toilets and costumes.���~.uw Yor.
Post. 	
CURTAIN RA1SER.3.
Mme. Rhea is reported to be dying o'
cancer.
Coiirtenny Thorpe la in Ellon Terry',
support. j
Ethel Winthrop Is with Sol Smith Hus- j
���ell's company.
Julie Upp will appear ln London ln "__ I
Man of Forty." ' |
Delia Fox's new operatlo comedy ts e&-
Utlcd "Thc Little Joker." I
Walter Perkins Is doliiff big business
With "My Friend From Imlin."
Charles Dalton will again play Mnrctt j
Buporkus ln "Tiie .Sign of the Cross."
"A Dangerous Maid" follows "Yankee
Doodle Dandy" at the Mew York Casino.  ���
Harry Woodruff ls the latest vaudeville '
���tar. Ho appears in "A Bit at Business."
Harry Conor, who plays tho tttla role in
"A Stranger In New York," Is a Bosto-,
boy. i
"A Misfit Marriage," the latest farce by
Du Souchi.t, will be produced Oct. 8 at
Washington.
Edgar L. Davenport has been re-engaged
(or the Columbus theater (New York)
���tock company.
Mary Hampton will be starred in a new
play after thu holidays under the direc* i
tion of Jacob Lltt.
Grace V. Atwell has gono to Cleveland
to accept a position as leading lady of a
Mock company thero. j
"Mr. Jersey," ot rather Lily Langtry, \
li to return to the stage. Tlie ruoe track j
U all right, but tho stage Is better. '
POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
A ISO goldpiece li a nice round sum.
Tho happier some men aro the more ;
money thoy possess.
The elevator ln a, department atom is
merely a shoplifter.
Popularity ofton wine new acquaint- i
���noes and loses old friends.
It frequently rnlns on the just because I
the unjust has earried off his umbrellu.
When a young man squeezes an heiress, ,
she Is apt to find herself pressed for money. |
A pessimist li one who Is always expect* j
lng bad luck aad is surprised wben It '
oome..
After spending a two weeks' vocation In
the country but lew men are patriotic j
enough for lt.
A fisherman saya flsh should not be per i
Kitted to lie when they can be bung. Tbe ]
Muue might ho said of fishermen.
Wben a woman eun speak three or four !
Unguagee fluently, she ls foolish to throw ,
herseit away on ti mau who uud.ra.aad I
but one.���Chicago Nows.
Oreat Scheme.
Mrs. Simpson, In her "Many Memories ���
of   Many   People,"  says of   Archbishop i
Whately: He wai utterly regardless of ap- i
pearanoa.   It he cume to us without a
servant, and perceived a hole ln his black
stocking, he would put a piece of sticking
plaster on the corresponding part of Ml
tag to oononal the defect.
The New Zealand local option oui 5��*
vldts that every man convlcte- oi Doing a
habitual drunkard shall be photographed
at bis own expense and every publican In
the dletrlot be mpplled with a oooy.
.VOE6 OF C0;*JC;JC*I0R3.
.elimllrl Hid Tn.. rarrpstUnm Ov.t
Old Time Method*.
"Pet-haps the traveling public seldom
ttnps to think of Ihe vast amount uf red
lape-Uuit i.now wumidarouod lliework of
the passenger conductor." rum^rked uu old
tljne railroad man.
"In the old days all thc passenger conductor was required to do wus to place a
rubber band around a bundle of tickets he ���
hnd collected and fend lliem in lo tiie '.*f- i
Ueo.    The cash collections on an average ;
night  run   in   those days were large, be- ;
cause no tickets wet- c(,i,i  nfter A o'clock
p.   m., tho  hour  when  all   ticket olliees
eloet-d   Theuiisliefiltectlt's* on a train often
amounted to ttUlOl) in one night,    i he con- '
ductor at  tlie end uf a round  trip would
take this money to the casliier's window
and wn'jld write a report on a sheet of paper that would   read  something like this:
'Door Sir���Please And liu-lofed ,;iuO for
rash  collections on  trains  Num. o and A
Dee.  ill,  lsiiO.1   The conductor did cot
even take u receipt from the cashier.    All
tho cashier did  wns  to  sinilo and say.
'liood morning.'
"But a passenger cone!iv tor today baa
more trouble some!lines than a buy lighting �� yellow jacket's nest. Rod lupe has
been piling around hlm for yoars, until today he spends about all his time in punching mysterious holes in tickets, writing
duplicate checks and making out tedious
reports. The"coupon tickets are all bound
around with red tape. Cash collections
cause un immense amount of tedious work
today. The conductor must now account
for every cash fure collected by giving the
passenger a drawback, or else a duplicate
check in the presence of other passengers
at tho time tlio fare is taken.
"Then, too, i.i. conductor bos tn sort
all kinds of tickets In station order und
return them in thut manner, filling out ���
blank giving the number of inch kind of
ticket lifted on the train. This report
must be sent ln by tbo conductor before
gel_g out on his next run. Therefore he
Is compelled to make out his report, as he
goes from station to station, and this
moans from one to two or more hours'
hard work ou the report alone on a run.
It would take half a duy for me to give all
the details of this red tape. For Instance,
a certain number of punches must be In a
ticket of one kind aud a certain number
in another style ot ticket. If one punch
mark ls not made, the conductor receives
��� letter calling his attention to the discrepancy, nnd he ls liable to be suspended
If lt oCssrfrs again."���Topeka State Journal.
T_.lkl_._r With Foreigners.
"I am frequently amused," said a gen
tlcuian who notices things, "in remarking tho tondency of most people to raise
tbe voice when uddressing a foreigner who
has an Imperfect knowledge of the language. The Impression seems to bo that
tho louder one yells the more likely one is
to be understood, whereas the proper way
to speuk to a foreigner is tu use a low, die
tlnet tone, and, above all, pronounce eaeb
word separately. What makes any strange
language hurd to understand Is tho hnl.it
which natives fall into of running tiio last
syllable of one word luto tho first of the
next.
"Fcr instance, you might make a sound
like tills, lice uwiii Is terb lanket ooduy,
and while 1 would know perfectly well
that you suid, I caw Mr. Blunk today,'
no Frenchman or German, even wilh a
good theoretical knowledge of the tongue
would have the faintest idea what you
wero driving at. Then, tho chances are,
you proceed to repeat the sentence faster
���nd taster and louder and louder and go
���wvy marveling at the stupidity of our
eousins across tha poud."���Now Orloani
Times- Democrat.
CHAMPION   LINIMKNT    FOR,
RHEUMATISM. \
Charles Drake, a mail carrier at I
Cliapinville, Conu ,  says,   "Cham-!
berlain's Pain Balm is the champion '
of all liniments.    The past year 11
wns troubled a great deal with rheu-
matism in my shoulder.    After try-
ing several cures the store keeper
here recommended this remedy and
it completly cured me."    There  is
no use of anyone suffering trom that
painful   ailment   when    this   lirti- j
ment can be obtained  for a small
sum.   One application gives prompt
relief and its continued  use for a
short time will  produce a permanent cure.    Vp,r sale I y F,  J.   MacKenzie
German In Milwaukee.
?n Milwaukee, of course, the Kngllsh
language Is used in tho conduct of business, although at least from 60 tn CO, if
not n greater, per cent of tlio people have
command of the Gorman languuge, which
Is taught In tbe publio aobools.
In almost every business, In nearly all
tho coi.Miierclal houses, which are for the
most part conducted by Germans, the Gorman language is used along with the Kngllsh, and so ignorance of German is regarded as great a fault ae ignorance of English,
If not a greater one. Recently an attempt
was made to remove the German language
from tlio curriculum of tho publio schools,
but the inquiry instituted for this purpose
produced a result very vexatious to thu Innovators. The overwhelming majority
of tlie non-German parents decided in favor of having tbeir children taught the
Gorman language. Thus Mllwaukeo, Is
tbis case also, has made good her reputation us tlio German city of America.���
Cbautauquuti.
DI- Engl laJ�� at Goad Tars.
Bismarck was no lover of England of
of the Kngllsh languuge, yet ho did them
both a good turn at the famous congress
of Dcrlin at the close of tho ttusso-Turk-
ish war. Before that time tho diplomatic
language of tho world hud been French,
and it was expected that thu discussions
of the congress would be conducted in
that tongue. Lord Heuconsfiold llutly refused to use any language but Knglish,
and Bismarck, who was president, of the
congress, thought it would be Inconsiderate to lot Ilcaconsfleld stand alone In se
doing, so be spoke English, too, and Kngllsh wai thus mode the official language
of the congress. It hns not become the
universal diplomatic language, but French
has ceased to be that, and Kngllsh seems
to have the best title to the succession.���
Youth's Companion.
1 ���-mammm���i^mi
THE US7Cr,EH.
Qerirml Maximo Gome., tbo Cu ��n, Krr-
(rown a heard, which he now ween in tbe
���tyle of Napoleon IU.
Governor James H. Budd ol California,
eo longer bean so striking a rtiswublauoa*
io George du Maurier. il�� has bad his
beard siiufed off.
A t.rote.st_,nt monastery is to be ereet-4
by the Duku of Newcastle, who ll a strong
High Churchman, at E���st Markbaic, lu
Wotiin-hamshire.
The Itov. H. A. nrow n. the chaplain (it
the rough riders, will at once Mtuinc ..is
duties us rector of the E; tscopal Churrh
ef the A.-.s. nl iu i'reseutt, ... _.'.
���Tusticu David J. ili-ewer has returuod to
Washiiigtun ufter a vacation spent on tbe
tboies ot Luke Ubaiuploiu, six miles from
��� railroad, postuflice or telegraph station.
Horace K. llubart, who lias Just retired
after ?_ years of service from his position
as editor of Tbe Hailwoy Age, has Lues
connected with Chicago journalism sitv.*>,
Kohert Planquettc, the composer ��f
"Rip Van Winkle" and-Tbe Chime's cf
Normandy," bus been made a chevalier cf
the Legion of Honor by lliu French president.
Frederick W. Lincoln, the war mayor of
Boston, who died recently, wai a descend
ant of Amos Lincoln, son-in-law uf l'aui
Revere and a member of the famous "tea
party."
Senator Thurston says that from tht
time ho was 18 years old his desire was to
become a United States senator and that
now, his anibitlofl huving lieen gratillud,
he will nut be n candidate for re-election.
Pundit .1. 0. (,'hatterjl, the high caste
Drahman who hue arrived in New York,
has cast aside his "thread," tho distinctive Urr.hinaulcal caste mark, to become a
theusophist nnd disciple of Annie lie-ant.
Lieutenant Colonel Sir Henry Edward
McCallum,the new governor of Newfoundland, is known for his project fur thu defense of Singapore, which be carried out
in 1KT8, und the fortifications constructed
there lu 1S.6. In 1801 he aoted as special
commissioner ln l'a-Hang during the dls.
turhances and was oiliclully tbaoLed for
bis services.
Lord Ashhurnham, tho English agent
of Don Carlos, manages ulso the affairs of
the l'rincess Paluiologo, claimant to the
thrones of Greece aud Turkey; Prim-ess
Mario of Bavaria, who oontAts that of
Naples; Princess Lull wig ol Buvtlyia, with
thinks herself entitled to that of England,
and Queen Oarola of Saxony, wljo clainii
the right to the crown of Sweden.
JEWELRY JOTTINGS.
Pteel and malachite afford a new co<_-
binatlon for buckles.
Black enamel and gold are u��nd tu ��*-
cure striking nnd orlgiuul effects in ��� n_w
line of brooches,
Earrings thus far mado hy u Jeweler
whose patrous are of tha most e_rlusl.ee
���ort consist mostly of single pearls and
diamonds.
Golf score books are dainty tilings us
lately made In Russia leather, witli an ov-
DHiiient uf crossed golf sticks iu gold or
silver upon tbe cover.
Gun metal grows In popularity. An object attracting much udihiratlnn In a
Broadway (Now York) window Is a clmi i-
lalne with watch,  bunbonnicre and  in.if
��� dozen other trinkets in this imit.il.
Aigrets ara a noticeable feature i.i  thu
fall stock nf the best establishments, .'ind
��� now point aixitlt them is that tho i:ir;.-.-sS
stones are frequently mounted li|(rhes_,
reversing tho usual order of lav;-, stoiloa
below and small ones above.
The "American pig" promises to be .is
successful in jewelry as lu war. .'!:".���<���
bas figured for some time as a pcpular
charm, bnt now various other orndmcii H
���ro taking on porcine outlines. Pig
brooches, bungles, stieiqiins, puperwolchts,
���tc., scoiu destined to bo a fad.���Jewel-::;'
Circular.
BEAUTY SPOTS.
Cream face powder should always lie
used by brunettes, white and plait nrocnly
suitable for fair people.���New York Trill-
nne.
A little borax sprinkled on a cloth and
rubbed lightly on tbo faeu is a go;d rotne-
dy for bluesilieuds. Caru should be taken
to rub lightly or lt will make the sklu
���mart.
Too much care oannot bc takou to get
tbe snap that suits tho skin, .id, when it
Is found, to use uo other. A dry si.in requires an entirely different ki.nl ot soup
(rom that used for tho oily skin.
Tbe U'e of anything that tends to dry
the skin should lie avoided, such ns bay
ram, alcohol, camphor and uuuuonia If
used ln great moderation, they are all
good, but they will ruin the best of skins
If used lavishly,
A mixture of one ounoe of hydrate of
ohlornl und ono pint of water Is said to be
ueeful in preventing tho unpleasant off oot s
of profuse perspiration. A suit linen cloth
should be used in applying the mixture,
���ud lt should be allowed to dry un the
���kin.
Russian families when moving to new
homes kindle the Are on the hearth with
eoals broucht from tlie old nwtdenne.
f
Perils of Divers.
Scientiflo Investigations have demo*
etrated the fact that tho great depths ot
the ocean are inhabited by species of flsh
that oannot live tn tho upper levels. Their
flesh Is so loose ln texture tbat it full*
apart when th* great pressure of water la
reduced. A report concerning the sponge
fishermen of Tripoli gives evidence to the Z
effect that similar causes will produce Q
similar result* In men. The diver* frequently die of paralysis of the limb*
caused by pressure on the .pine through
working at too great depth-. Those suffering from this complaint are said to bo-
oome perfectly well when they redeecend,
to be again attacked whan they emerge
from tho ���**.���San Franoi_co Argonaut.
An ��� Proeoeont.
Tom���Why were you so determined i
to kiss tbat plain cousin of yours?
Dlek-I wanted to establish a pwe j
dent She bas two very pretty sisters, j
TO* -gnaw.
Colds
It should be borne in mind that
every cold weakens the lunir*. lowers the viulity and prepares the
system for the more ���erious diseases, among which are the two
prettiest destroyers of human life,
pneumonia ana consumption.
Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy
has won its great popularity by ito
prompt cures of this most common
ailment. It aids expecton-lion, relieves the lungs and open* the
secretions, effecting a speedy and
permanent cut*. It connt-wct*
any tendency toward pMCuuw_rin.
Price a5c Urge SUe S0c.  j
ammmemmmeenmawaaeaweem
I TH_& D"T TA TIMES, SATURDAY MAT-CK *.. ^��6'-
I_UC_\J.�� NEWS,
AMENABLE TQ.BRITISH LAW.
W. R. Ellis
t^weeX:.
vjisite I the Capital
returne,;
Mrs.    C.    Beadleston
l-jotae PP Wednesday.
-___, *��      **.-   T.-
Mf��. 24, N,  Rei I  went  over
Xancouvr pn Wednesday..
to;
Ijondi-tt, March 20..���The.* Ipng
promised bill amendkig the- Mer
chant Shipping Acts, so as to place
British and foreign ships ou the
same footing, was introduced) in
tbe House of commons todl# by
David Lloyd<-G-.Qfcge, president of
the Board of Tiradi..
The bill, which undoubtedly will
I pass, makes the British regulations
j concerning the overloading, under-
I manning and  unseav-orthiness   of
vessels,   the  storpge o�� gwin  on
board ships; the .urnisoing of ade-
���, ���. . mm. ! quale life-sajang apparatus; and the
Betts-camehprne yesterday on control of emigration, and passen-
pript; to laying fyt!\t��  traffic, **%b   hei*etoU,re has
! only applied to British  shipt,  ap-
i'plicable to all foreign vessels  using
  . '���' ���_* i ��� . .
1.British portt*.
R.*. Cauon Ui-toii w eut to,Van-
TOE CA
9
WW'
e Beg LeRwe
��**. __* i
mmg
Mrs. ItirWand, sr., was amonj; j
*Jie up rijr.er. passsngers on NYednes- j
day.
W.
% short visit
the interior.
Sprin
Sate es-
wme Lawn Blouses
COMMENCES TO-DAY!
To notify the people of Ladner and sur*
rounding district that we are now in a,
position t��i offer Vancouver Island,
Portland Cement
At greatly reduced prices, making it poi*
sible for parties, who contemplate bunding,
to put im concrete foundations at about the
same cost, as, piling or other inferior
material.
tfr, Miss  MautL wettf uj>
IJoyal City op \V,ednesd-sV.
Seventy i__ve dozen wlfcite lawn blouses of|Writ*��_ for PllCCS
Mr. Uoyd-<&eorgc.c;.piai..ed that j   firra quality victoria Lawn, in three different'!
rrhtll        ' ithe g0V��rTent'��t TT Styles.   One it whish has a row of white inser-; ...       ....
��h 11 ah meeting. ., impose*ou toreign-ships the ols-hga-1     J      �� ,,       _      7* .   . _.   ��� _���- "
. _^- Uious hap-sad o�� British vessels, for, tOOB. down the front and one row  of  insertion j
_rft��k.Kirkland. wife and aauRh-!r��rS. and where the governmentjand three t,WCJ_S down, each Side of front.     Sleeve i
' |p ��� thej vwaai-jtisfi-d that the regulation pf jig, quite effectively made made, having pleat3 to]
jany pal titular eounfcny were sub- j^bOW and cilQUlar pleats QU Cuff,
j stautfally equal to the British regit-1 :'..""""
... lotions, the ships of that c��_.itry i; These   Goods   would   readily   sell   at   $2.00
Mj_.iT. W.: lifter paid cvvisit to^I wolsld be e_wnpt a& a whole from |'each but we bqitght a lfct-ge quantity   and   gQt OUT
tkeRoyai Qitr. tbis week,, accom- U^ Briti!lh rules in regar4 t0 ,oad.. q thereby enabling us to offer them  at
j��.med by her son, Thomas., ��_���- 1 *      .\.     .     , ��� _���
* -. !  ..���*mmm 'the astonishijaglY low pace of
W    B.   X-^*t,nt,   Ne* West-!    Fishermen complain of serious loss
Wiuater's,   progressive  Sanitarian, I from damage dtme by Inrge-num- fi
paid a sUor.H>_J4*-fchere t}4s weefe
BILLET BROS.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B. O,
. afhjM ��.?***��� v^'\]\m,wnr'*>,y*K].****. m
Mis. Forbe*. who has been al
juest at the Vicas|*.ge fajfj- tbe pastj
%w days, iet_rpe.d to Vancouver,!
lfst Tua#4wr. I
j berg, of, hair seals and are arming j
j .themselve* to,m��l_e war -.gainst the 1
depredators
Delta Rgriculturol
Our Rrcssmoklag Parlors
Friends of the Sutherby I}ro%
will rej,r��*J to leai^i that both 9f,
them,ar*l*jd up. W,e wish them a
_^eedy recQrery.
!    MR>. Hj.. N. RICH, has received
'���.instructions.from the-Delta .--gricul
..������    onmmm j tural Society I;
J. Pont and wile left on, Saturday j*     To. Lefe by A_UCt��Oav      j
eveuint last, per ss. Sonoma, ���for.|'on ^ ^emisesi on MomJii��h Aplill ���
trjieir  hocoe  in, V,*uopt��f.��. ^��*iUnd.. 1996,  at a, o'etlochtp.jn.., the
Mr. Popt, rpswwa. I.U business ofj 2A acres of ^0$ ovtwA by tbe So- j
-JoristiOa.Gt-ortia Staeet* Ujety, fpr.one. year fr*om ApriV ist,'
-.'  -'������    1   ������ 1 1906. !
I    Conditions, at. the- time of Sale..!
j Terms cash ont the falliof hammer.
SOCiCtV LfilMl |WU1 be*, opened about Monday, Msarch 26th, in
  I charge of Misa BrQ;wn,, of Toronto, who ie. highly
recors^nended by a. reliable firm in that city as
an artist in her line,.
; You'll hear more about her in nesfe issue.
We Hove Them!
The famous
T.
T. W. Pateisa-*,. M.p^, paid a
abort visit to Ipwerholtoe this wee.-.,
t^nd went up to tfep StccX Show Qivj
\tyredn_fday,  mcucping in company,!
wjt^i Jj. A, ajwl K ii. -.atfrsoii.
A. McGaegqr lajavesrlonl'I.ue_d_��r
Uext, tor. Vat^tjpuver, alter, spend-
ifif. _^y��|ajiii 'the lopal branch of
267 Oohimbia St.,
New- Westminster,, B. C.
D-SLTA
tamers.  Institute
The regular spring meetingjof the
liistitutp will be held in the. Town
Hj._,,Ladns-*r, on,Saturday evmiiiig,
_)ie Royal Baph hprc, du^i(ig whiclisj April -^h, aad in East Delta School,
t.}n.e he haa made a b��_��t of friends j House on Mpnday evening, April
wh^ w^lUetipt his depart-u*.        j 9jh�� at S.p.m,
-^���a^.fcu-i.r - m   i j    Addresses, will, be   deliversd by
... .     ,        ',  ,. Dr. Tolmie, of Victoria, and  Mr.
Miss   Richards,   ot   Vancouver,, ������' '    '
..        7.. . _! Logan,   Secretary   of   the   Stock
seturaed home, this xapnunr. ait.ri     **���      ���      ,   .   .
~     ,. ,      j ��� -.-       ��,     i Brpeders  i^sociation.
spendmg af^w 4fy* *����itwg Mr. |
^xa.   R.   Ellis.      Miss   Riphards;
ijas been appoiutf 1 head, nurse
the Tubliea. rjtpspital, Victoria.
SNAPPY STYLES
-IX-
of
Stewart.Mea.~3s, acccpip.t.fii-d by!
_jis sister, rfturped, on, _*uesday, \
fjrom a trip to bi^ old; hop_e. Mr.i
Mearnshad not bed^hep^e Lr uiie;
y.ears and found things had,, chanted very much during^-iatitipxe.
M*ns. (J) Kpuje-apd spn, Jpseph,
ALKX. DAVIE,,
President.
N. A. McDlARMItD,
Secretary.
-.adne-t March, 2 3rd, 1906,
SOLID    FOOTWEA.R
AT  THE NEW SHOE  STORE
The Derby Shoe
For Man, title choicest production-of Canadian Shoe Manufacture,
IS.ew Solid Goods, new prices..
Mcd.ru  Shoes, ia u Modern. !>boe Store,.
Jm REAGH,    -   Ladner, B.C..
1
I ill HI.
me i.tmmi'itmu
We have just added to our already large,
stock, the complete,
American Catalogue
of these justly celebrated goods* codcedeil by all
to be the very best Qyl-rider Re-c^ords to be ob-**
tained in. the. world.. All the very latest numbers both in S&mgs a**>d Instrumental Pieces..
Come In and Take Your Pick,
4-
Co.,
M.WWait
: Limited.
558 Qranvile St., Vancouver
\r
r-.iit fiwii'i ���
Re the North West Quarter ol Sec-.
tiou 35, Township 3,. District; oi j
New Westminsterv
A Certificate of Indefeasible-Title ;
left.  Thursday tuprmt.g, for theirt** tv>e above Property will.be issued j
lew home i%th..Roy.al City.   Mrs. {*��� Le*tr ^ ^,nbrc���; ��.f ^stf D��Ua; !
,'     ,      .���   '   ���      ,   '   .    '*,  .        Varmer, qii the -13rd day of Apul,
Houle. will be mwch missed tfom  IQo6| ,;no^s  i(1   the mcai)time a|
social. -uh1   musical circles,   while | valid objection' thereto, be.made to j
Jcm? will.jbe^iissn-1 frpoj ^Jiletjc eir- i me in writing  by ���_ person or per-
,?uSt   sons claiming an estate or interest i
'       -^���^  * therein or in .uiy p^i*.t thereof. ',
���  r.,  ���_ __' " .,        ,  f ��� ...        l-,at*��d', this* -9'4"t day,of M^iftti,
.,;_.: Jft H-^jetts, wife und family, hi'-jpfi. !
Bpft Toronto on T%s4fiy last, en. (g' Qj _y*;iTHi j
repute fot^ _,%ilner, aij^l expect tp ar-1 Distr(iqt Registrar, j
Hfve here, ���>_��  Monday, ne;a^.    Mr. j I.nnd Rcgji>t��r-at Office. I
l^ven,*. bto.he5,i|i-la^v of. Asabel'        New \Vestoiinst��rK
��mith, .sgpuksoni^moiflhs hore last |    The person,or persons _^M��Pg in |
mx tjaTt^ff^ im, to YftmVfi his!tucir custody, or possession tlte foi-
hoiw^ltere-.
We r^gfetj tp, sta^- that^ R, J,
If all di��S-_,- atj a. p'.clpcl.,. viesifjrday
i|iornit��g.    Mr% Hall)is al**p, spffer-
ip% frpui, typhoid; but. is impfovipg.
l$f. Halj.ifcsv^he^of Rey, _);. W.
Sfull. E^ri^f,  itf-d, 9P��!; whot will j
hje much misss��4' frpm Sjjieefl.s.i^v.- j
sjnue Hpthedist Chufch, New.Wji��tri
^instfji-j:
lowing title deeds relatip^ to.the
said propert). tyi requested to deliver; tha same to the undersigned:;
9th. April, 18H4, Crown. Grant to
John Mcl^ee, jr., and D. A. McK.ee.,
13th, Julv, i.,9t, Deed John
McKeft ij*., and D. Jj^ McKee to,
John McKee, 8Sp,
Dated this 2_i_d, day, of March.,
1906.
CORBQJiJLD & GRANT;
New Westminster, B.C-.,
Solicitors .<-��r Lester, W. Embree,,
Children's Dr&sse
Befcire selecting material to make
the MISSED and CHILDREN'S,
DRESSES call and let us show
yoift what, we have in the . . _.
.  .   READY-MADE LINES   L  ,
INFRNTS* WEAK A SPKIETY.
A.. J|.
THE WHITE HOUSE,
B'IRTGH,.        -        - 275. Columbia Btyie^-t
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
TSIC. HOUSE TN. BX
r*ia(,_.
Silverware^
Watch.
AndtaH^iAds Of Je^velrj
Repairing a Specialty*.\
Jl. Cfausei
LADNER., B��� C,

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