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THE DELTA  TIMES
Vol. 1. No. 1.
LADNER, B C, SATURDAY,   SEsPTErtBER 12, 1903.
$1.00 a year
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By Miss McKeand���The
-ory and  Practice  of
the Management <of the
House Scientifically.
Miss McKeand, graduate of the
Boston, Mass., School of Cookery,
and later of the Montreal School of
Cookery, where-she was two years,
who has been engaged by the Victoria school trustees, at the instance
���of the Women's Council, to teach
���the science of domestic economy .in
the Victoria 'public schools, -was
-seen by a Colonist reporter last
week and cheerfully discussed ;the
- ' work which she proposes to do in
the schools of the city. Miss McKeand .goes ito Victoria from a very
auccessful -stay in Nova Scotia,
, where she taught for two years, and
-organized two schools of cookery,
which are proving very satisfactory.
Miss McKeand said:
"The'object of my work is atwo-
fold, First, the educational side,
which -estates to the development of
'the mind and -observation of the
child, training the hand to do as
the eye and mind suggest. And as
the child is given tbe material with
which she will work, mixing the
(ingredients according tottke theories
���she has been taught, and then seeing the chemical changes which
will take place, she has an opportunity of applying the teaching she
has learned. After a thorough
grounding in the theoretical side,
thc practical application of all this
teaching is taken up. This includes such wide-reaching subjects
as househod management, as well
as cookery, indeed, all those household arts upon which depends so
much the welfare and prosperity,
and even the happiness of tthe family. It is of' the utmost importance
to the country, Miss McKeand said,
that the homes of-the,people should
-be made healthy and happy by
means of-the simple-methods which
this science ot domestic economy
can teach .every girl who is ever
.likely to become tkc manageress of
a home.
The practical work is divided
into cookery and cleaning, but the
.pupil is also taught such subjects as
food values, what foods are most
-wholesome and fitted for the consumption of tbe particular family.
tFor a family of able bodied young
men whose labors are dane with
their muscles will require .food essentially different fro�� the nourishment needed for the sustenance of a
family where themajority are-brain
I workers. The digestibility and the
-cost of foods ere also paits<of this
.practical -course*
The child will -tarn a .good deal
.of most useful information about
plants and cereals, as -to their
growth, -the effects of heat and
���moisture upon tbun, the leavening
power of yaaat, and its .chemistry,
compared with that of baking
powders, and tlie digest-ability of
the various foods, animal andvege
liable,  tojive��aa idea of bowithe
work is carried on in the public
���school, it may be mentioned that
each child will be taught during
the four or five years of the school
course, receiving one lesson of two
and a half hours per week, the
time being divided between the
scientific and the practical work.
For example, in the scientific
section the subject may be the
starches, and the practical demonstration of the details connected
with the preparation of the potato
for food. The .hemical constituents of starch -will be explained in
terms suitable to the young intelligence, aud the various methods of
cooking it so as to conserve the
greatest nourishment and the most
economical ways of doing this. The
courses will be carefully graded so
that the children shall obtain a perfect understanding of what they
are doing. The work will include
clear expositions ef air and its relationship to life and fire. The whole
science of the kitchen range, proper
fueling, water, cleanliness and cleaning will come within the scope of
kitchen hygiene.
'Then special attention will be devoted to'fuel foods, such as the potato, tissue building foods, eggs,
meats and others of the nitrogen-
ons family, including dissertations
upon: the cuts of meat and their.value, and how to -choose them when
marketing, so that the young
housekeeper will know of her own
knowledge what is the best, and
not have to depend upon the tender
mercies of those who are most interested in getting rid of the poorer
cuts than helping a helpless young
matron tto make a good .showing
with her catering.
Bread and its 'chemtary will receive all the necessarv attention so
important a subject deserves. iFats,
animal and vegetable; oils and their
comparative values as foods, mineral foods; fruits and veyetables;
sugar. Under each of these heads
will - come a course i of carefully
graded lessons, intensely interesting
as they will be with their attendant
demonstrations over the fire and
withUhe utensils.
In one lesson the class-will study
one sort of food, and will be taught
how to prepare it one or >'t\vo different ways; it will be served to 'the
children, who will then wish up
the dishes and put everything away,
and leave the kitchen in absolute
apple-pie order, as it should ever be
as soon as the day's activities are
concluded. By this continual training in 'order, neatness and cleanliness, the proper selection of foods,
their cost and value to 'the family,
tbe child is gradually imbibing
knowledge of the utmost importance to the household. 'Not only
will the child learn that this regularity���a place for everything and
everything in its place���but also
the immense value of cleanliness
are .great tighteners of work, but
it will learn that that work may be
made a positive pleasure.
The'Women's Council have vol
unteered to furnish the kitchen-
laboratory for the start, and after
that the school trustees will undertake to maintain tbe department at
its proper working efficiency. The
equipment will be very fine. Two
handsome cupboards with glass
doors will be provided for the
dishes; the demonstration tables
will be in the horseshoe form so as
to give the greatest mount of space.
Plans of British Columbia
-Electric Railway Company in Danger of Being
Frustrated.
(Continued on Fourth Page.)
This terrible spell of wet weather
has caught the farmers with large
quantities of grain on the field
waiting for the threshers. Not
more than 35 per cent, of the grain
cut has been threshed at the present
time and most of the. balance is in
the shock which will entail a heavy
loss to the farmers through extra
handling.
Should the provincial government, in return for favors received
from Jim Hill, or bis representatives lower in the scale of officialdom on the Great Northern Railway, sell to that 1 road now under
construction across the Fraser river
at New Westminster, a projected
line of-the British .Columbia Electric Railway will befclocked.
The B. C. E. R Co. has for
some 'time been making plans to
ektend its track from New Westminster across the Fraser river and
thence following the river bank to
Ladner. Of course, such a project
could not be carried out if the government gives the control of the
Fraser river bridge to the G. N. R.
Mr. R. H. Sperling, of the B. C.
E. R. Co., when asked ������in Thursday as to the truth of the report
that the company intended running
a line to Ladner, stated that such is
the contemplation, and that already
the groundihad been looked over in
a preliminary manner. The company ultimately contemplates running its tracks' to Ladner.
A transportation man of experience on Friday morning expressed
the opinion tbat no matter what
plausible so-called i restrictions concerning running rights to other
���roads the provincial government
might place upon the Great Northern in giving it control of thebridge,
the railroad would make the position of any competing company unbearable and impossible. If the interests and rights'of. the people of
British Columbia are to be. protected, the control of the Fraser, river
bridge must-remain in the "'hands of
the government. In no other way
will other railroads ever be guaranteed protection of 1 running rights
over the bridge.
While the Great Northern,
through its -representatives on the
Vancouver, Westminster and Yukon Railway, is endeavoring to
gain control of the bridge, by purchase or otherwise, two other companies are ,planning Uo -cross the
bridge with-eleetric interurban systems. They are the British.Columbia Electric Railway Company and
the operators-of the Seattle-Tacoma
system. Exclusive announcent of
the project of the latter people appeared on Thursday. Both these
electric railway lines would compete with the Great Northern lines
across the Fraser.���Province.
Chambers gf
Commerce.
An invitation was tendered and
accepted for the Delta Council to
meet'the delegates of the Associated Chambers of Commerce today
(Saturday), but *a message was received later on from A. E. White,
secretary of the New Westminster
Board of Trade, rnforming the
Council that the delegates would
not have sufficient time to make the
proposed trip threttgh the Delta,
which is much to be regretted, as
so influential a body looking over,
our beautiful district would mean
much in' the way of advertising
which cannot be replaced in any
other way.
Had the delegates arrived, the
following address would have been
presented to them by the Coudcil:
To the Representatives of the
Chambers of Commerce of the
Empire, Delegates to British Columbia :
Gentlemen*.
We, the Reeve and Council of the
Corporation ofthe Delta Municipality, most heartily welcome you'
to this remote comer of the King's
vast domain where the sun never
sets. Such reunions tend to blend
ond strengthen our Empire.
Our municipality, as you will see,
is a farming one; close to our door
is Westminster, Vancouver, and
Victoria the capital, from these
points our wealth is exported and
imported to .and from Japan, China
and the Antipodes; and further a
new line is just inaugurated when
we will come in touch with Singapore, virtually the cross reads of
our Empire. Running back east
from this western point we do a
large business with eastern bouses,
suid extend our business away back
to the old country. Royalty is our
watchword.
Signed on  behalf of the   Delta
Council.
[Seal] W. H. Ladner,
Reeve.
Ns, A. McDiarmid,
C. M. C.
11IMM iliffl
Ladner's Reeve Enters
tlie Political .Arena
in Opposition to Honest
John.
The tiberal=Conserva��ives of Delta riding had their nOmiMtiai'Convention on Monday, at Cloverdale,
when Reeve W. H. Ladner wss
unanimously chosen as their candidate in support ofthe McBride government.
In token of tbe confidence in the
Premier tbe convention first asked
the Hon. Richard McBride if be
would accept the nominktiou, and
upon his declining the convention
proceeded to ballot. 'The 'choice of
Reeve Ladner was then 'quickly arrived at. The ballM resulied as follows;
W. H. Ladner , .8
H.'D. Benson ;_���
��� Wiltshire .3
H. T. Thrift .-���  1
��� Crosier  4
T. Forster.,.. ..,....,  2
Total 30
The second ballot resulted as follows:
Ladner   26
Wiltshire 3
Benson  1
At tbe Liberal convention for
Dewdney district, held iu Mission
City on Monday, Aid. W. W. Forrester, of New Westminster, was
nominated to oppose the Premier.
Our. Beef, Iron and Wine is unsurpassed for a palatable tonic.
The Dunsmuir and Lapwing are
busy in the hay and grain trade.
We are somewhat short of news
this week on account of having had
so much preliminary, work to do.
We hope to be able to get -into better shape in a week or so - when we
get our correspondents established.
A   -WELL   KNOWN   ALBANY
MAN.
Recommends Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy.
About eighteen months ago Mr!
W. S. Manning, of Albany, N. Y.,
widely known in trade circles as
the representative of the Albany
Chemical Co., was suffering from a
protracted attack of diarrhoea. "I
tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy," he says,
' 'and obtained immediate relief. I
cheerfully recommend this medicine
to those,similarly afflicted." Sold
\>y F. J. MacKenzie.
What's the. matter with the W
C. T. U.
We bave tumeric and green pepper for those pickles, at the Drug
Store.
The genial Jobn Watson was presented wifh <a little daughter -on
Fridav.
Try us tor anything kept at a
irst-cltss 'drug store���-F. J. MacKenzie.
Tbe Episcopal Church services
will be held at 7 p. m. instead of
7:30, commencing Thursday.
Miss Florence. Kirkland and Master Watson Mille* leave on Tuesday
to attend Columbian College.
BIG   BUYER.
The heaviest buyer, for many
years, of stock of all descriptions,
running into tens of thousands of
dollars per annum, has purchased
the balance of land belonging to
the B. C. Investment Company
better known here as the Boundary
Bay ranch, has been bought by Mr
J. Grauer, of Eburue, including
stock, crops and implements.
(i
1/ THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, igo?
venient houses, which undoubtedly
would immediately be occupied. It
is not from lack of capital, as tbe
land owners in this district do not
suffei from penury. Therefore, it
must surely be lack of enterprise or
a spirit of ' 'I am all rigbt, Dick,
THE  DELTA TIMES.
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Any special notice, th.e object of which is to
���rmote tlie pecuniary benefit of uny individual
���r company, to be considered an advertisement
and charged accordingly.
All advertisements charged for until ordered
Oat and paid for.
Correspondence Invited on matters of public
interest. Communications to editor must, be accompanied by name of writer, not necessarily
far publication, hut as evidence of good fiii-th
Correspondence must reach, this office by Thursday evening.
THE SALMON FLEET.
Geo; R.
Manley,
Manager.
���SATURDAY,   SEPTEMBER    12,   1903.
SALUTATORY,
In opening our career in this District we do so with the intention of
supplying the residents with all tbe
up-to-date local matter of interest
to each and every portion of this
vast and beautiful Delta.
Our columns are thrown open to
ail. If you bave any items of in'
terest send them along.
Correspondency of a personal
character will be published only
over tbe signature of tbe correspondent.
We propose supplying the old
Subscribers of the Delta News. All
ne ask is that they send in their
receipts showing wben they last
paid and to what date.
Our reason for not changing
pore than one word in tbe name of
(he last paper is that we feel the
word Delta to be much more appropriate than auy other, as it
covers a very large area, and, there-
fiMre, as will be seen by tbe heading,
tjre appear as The Delta Times.
We take this opportunity, also,
of soliciting a liberal share of your
patronage You will find us always endeavoring to please in whatsoever you give us to do. It shall
always be our pride to turn out the
work with promptness as well as
accuracy.
We respectfully solicit the patronage of those advertisers whom we
bave been unable to. see personally.
In addition to the blue funnel
steamers, whicli have been figuring
on carrying a large proportion of
the salmon pack of British Columbia this season, there will be but
two sailing ships to load salmon
cargo on- the Fraser river. These
are tlie British bark Maelgwyn, and
the German ship Ariadne. The
Maelgwyn is at anchor iu Coal harbor; Vancouver, where she has
been since discharging her cargo of
steel rails at the C. P. R. wharf in
the beginning of July. The Ariadne is discharging cargo at Santa
Rosalia from Hamburg, and will
likely reach the river in October.
Ja Aa LOGAN
THE CASH STORE
Westham   Street   Ladner.
Inspection Invited.
1
TAILORING
Clothe* Altered, Cleaned and Repaired.
I-arcelsleft at Vi. 1.. McBride-sslore and A. Walker's and W. R. McClellan'a taarber shop will be
called for on M ouday and returned on Saturday.
a. W. WALKER".
190S
Provincial
Exhibition
w$
A. O.   U.
W.
meets  fin
and
DELTA  LODGE  NO.   ia,
third   Tuesdays   111   aach month i.i wad-
dell's Hall.
T. W. KURK, Recorder.
THOS. E. LADNER, I*. W
A BEAUTIFUL CUP.
It would be well for the farmers
of this district to look well into the
conditions surrounding tbat band-
some silver cup, on exhibition in
Andrew Clausen's window, presented by the Brackman-Ker Milling
Co. for the best milling oats, open
to tbe world.
The wife of R. A. Fraser presented him with a son and heir this
week.
I. O. F.
Court Osseo, No. 3443/, meets
in I O 0 F Hall, 3rd Tuesday in
each month Visiting brethren
always welcome. C. R, ] B.
Burr; R S,  B S McDonald
The Delta Hotel
LADNER, b. c,
Rates: $1 to $2 per day. Sample
room and stabling accommodation.        J. H. BOSUSTOW,
Proprietor.
Windsor Hotel
Corner Columbia & Begbie, Sts.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Sample rooms lor commercial travelers. Cen
trally situated in business portion of the-city
Accommodation and dining room first class. Convenient, to tramway terminus and C P R depot
and steamboats. Rates $1, $1.35 and fi.s*.
A. VACHON,      ....      Proprietor
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF
11 ini HIT Of I1
WILL BE HELD AT
Uw Westminster, B. C
September 29 <& 30, October 1 OS, 2.
$2Q,00O
y~ In Prizes and Attractions y
OPEN   TO    THE    WORLD.
A Round of Pleasure for Four Whole Days.
Lacrosse Tournament���Shamrocks of Montreal, Vancou- k
ver Lacrosse Club, Westminster Lacrosse Club.
Fire Works, Baseball, Children's Sports, Magnificent Illuminations, Grand Concert each evening,   Special]
Attractions.
Monster Excursion from  all points at greatly reduced]
rates.
Hoiel Colonial
J. E. INSLKY, Prop.
Rates, |i.5�� and $��.oo per day.
Special attention given   to Commercial
Travellers.
Cor. McKemle and Clarkson Sts.
New Westminster, B. C.
Andrew Clausen and bride returned from their honeymoon trip
on Monday night.. Congratulations
Andrew.
THE CROPS.
An invitation has been received
by the Delta Council from the New
Westminster Board of Trade to
meet the delegates of the Associated Chambers of Commerce, at
Port ' Guichon, and accompany
them on a run through the Delta
via the Victoria Terminal Railway.
HOLBROOK HOUSE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
JAMBS W. WELSH. Proprietor.
Strictly first class. Near SteamboatLandings
and Railway Station. Farmers will find this a
convenient house to stop at when in the city.
EXECUTIVE.- T J Trapp, President; Aid. Sincbur; Aid, Holm?
Aid. Wilson; G D Brymner; W J Mathers; R F Anderson; W R Gillej
LA Lewis; DS Curtis; C A Welsh; Geo Adams; John Reid; W A I
Jones; J A Cunningham.
For Prize Lists, Entry Forms, and full particulars, write to
T. J. TRAPP, W. H. KEARY,
President. Manager and Secre^ar*}
Hotel Leland
R. Dowswell, Prop. Vancouver, 1. C.
One block from C. P. R- Depot and Steamboat
wharves. Newly renovated and re-modeMed.
Rates, $1.50 to fi per day.
Cor. Granville aud HastlngsSts.   -       ���   Tel. M.
To those unacquainted with the
productiveness of the Delta it would
be sn eye-opener to pay a visit at
this season of the year und see the
vast amount of hay and grain that
is being shipped. This will be, in
all probability, the banner year for
tbe above crops, which are very
beavy indeed.
Although this is practically a hay
sod grain growing section, it can
boast of a great amount of fruit.
J
HOUSES  SCARCE,
A dearth of rentable bouses is
noticeable in town just now. It is
almost an impossibility for a person
to get a suitable house as tbere are
those who have been seeking suitable places for some time snd wbo
take the first opportunity of moving. A house is not even vacant
before people are anxiously inquiring in order Xo be the first in the
field, hence the rents are abnormally high. These is ample room in
the neigb'-orbood of Marshall
fipitb's stoi-st, to erect several con-
CHURCH    NOTICES
ALL SAINTS.
(Anglican.)
Holy Communion,  1st and 3rd
Sundays, at 11 a.m.   Other Sundays at 8.30 a.m.
Morning prayer, 11 a.m.
Evensong, 7.30 p.m.
Sunday at 10 a.m., Friday evening, Litany and choir practice.
Rev. Canon Hilton, vicar.
CATHOLrC
Reverend Father Edm. Peytavin,
O.M.I.    Services first and   third
Sunday of each month at 10:30 a m.
METHODIST.
Services next Lord's Day at 3p. m
Sabbath School at 2 p m every
Sunday.     Prayer   meeting   every
Wednesday evening at 7.30.
A N . Miller, pastor
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
Services next Lord's Day at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p.m.
Sabbath School at 2 p m Midweek meeting on Thursday evening
at 7:30 o'clock
Thomas Oswald, minister.
BAPTIST CHURCH.
Service Sunday evening at 7:30
o'clock.   Duncan Welsh, preacher.
Surrey Hotel
SOUTH WESTMINSTER,��. C.
Mrs. K. George, Proprietress.
Newly furnished throughout.   First class accom
modation.   Choice liquors and cigars.
Good stubllng iu attendance.
McRAE&Co
The
Delta
Time
THE  PEOPLES'  PAPER
Valuable Time Saved. *
Slight injuries often disable a
man and cause several days' loss of
time and when blood poison develops, sometimes result in the loss
of a hand or limb. Chamberlain's
Pain Balm is an antiseptic liniment.
When applied to cuts, bruises and
burns it causes them to heal quickly
and without maturation, and prevents any danger ot blood poison,
For sale by F. J. Mac-venzie.
NEW WESTniNSTER, B. C.
A lull line of English and Irish
Tweeds and Fancy Trouserings always kept in stock.
P. Clark
Gonoral Blacksmith
Ladner, B. C.
First class
. work.
Horseshoing
a specialty.
THOS. LEWIS,
Produce Faotor
113 Abbott Straet. VANCOUVER, B. C.
All kinds of Produce handled on commission
Telephone 3-0-7.
Victoria Terminal
Kaiway & Ferry C��
The daylight line to Vancouver, Haw Westminster, Ladners, Guichon.
Leave Victoria daily r���� ������ ***������
Arriving Sidney - - VS> a.m.
Port Guichon Haa a.m.
Ladners (Challouchtan) "'V a.m.
Cloverdale ljtia p.m.
New Westminster ao p.m.
Vancouver ��:45 p.m.
Cheap Saturday aad Bunday excursions.
A. E. McCabe, w. VAN SANT,
A<t., port Guichon. Tra��c lift
To increase-your Business insert an ad. in The Delta
Times, it reaches every household in Delta Municipality.
It contains .all the Local happenings of the village and
district and no business firm
should neglect to have an ad.
in it.
Butter
Maker
Secure your parchment at The
Delta Times office. This stock
of paper is the best in the
province. Yon can get it
either printed or plain. When
yon need batter paper call or
send to this office.
tbe Mtn times, Erfi THE DELTA TIMES  SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 1903*
THE NEW RECTOR.
The following, taken from the
-Canadian Churchman, speaks for
itself:
"The Rev.-Canon B_Iilton,tfor;i8i
���years rector of/this :pa*rish, >js -about
���to leave for a fresh field of labor in
British Columbia. The'Canon will
<be missed and his loss regretted by
���all his parishioners, many of whom
bave never known any other parish
priest. It is hard to estimate the
loss wbicb will be sustained by the
���diocese iu tbe departure of so faithful and devoted a parish priest, and
-so gifted a preacher, while bis musical talent will be greatly missed
���both ecclesiastically and secularly
��nd all will feel sorrow at the loss
-of so kind a triend and so cheery a
-companion. Tbe Canon has been
ioi -ao many years one of tbe landmarks of Macleod and of the west,
that his loss will not -only be felt by
bis own people, but by those of
���other denominations, and not least
by the members ofthe Northwest
Mounted Police, many of whom
bave been 'bis choristers in''Christ
-Church, and in all of whom be has
always taken a kindly interest.
Canon Hilton is making the-change
���in order to benefit his health,
which has been very indifferent for
���some years. Heartfelt wishes for
-bis success and welfare in his new
parish will go wite him, and it will
���be a very bard matter indeed -to fill
bis place in Christ Church. The
diocese of New Westminster is to
be congratulated on its acquision of
40 pupul3r a cleric."
COME TO STAY.
Rev. Canon Hilton, the new
vicar of All Saint's Church, arrived
in town last week and has taken
charge of tbe parish. The rev.
gentleman conducted his first services last Sunday, nnd preached
msst acceptably to very good congregations. Canon Hilton is most
'taken with the Delta, and intends,
we understand, making his home
here.
���OLD FRIENDS.
Editor Delta "Times::
Sir,���It 1-common with ibe rest of
the community I am glad to hear
that we are again to have a weekly
budget of news of our own. lam
���convinced that this municipality is
<well able to afford the luxury. The
���old reliables���Columbian, World,
Uews-Advertiser, Colonist Times���
-all of them have done nobly in the
past for the Delta, and to-day are
counted as friends here. Wheu we
were in our swaddling clothes their
-columns were always open to correspondents from this point, and
are so to-day, and as I understand
the situation they will 'remain so.
As we grow their circulation will
increase, but a local paper has become a necessity, and will doubtless
receive tbe patronage.it 'deserves.
Anticipating space,
Yours 'truly,
GUY W. WALKER.
Very .Remarkable Cure ol Diarrhoea
"About six years ago for thetfirst
time in my life I had a sudden and
severe attack of diarrhoea," says
Mrs. Alice Miller, of Morgan,
Texas. "I got temporary relief,
but it came back again and again,
and for six long years I have suffer-
���ed more misery and agony than I
can tell. It was worse than death.
My husband spent hundreds of
dollars for physicians' prescriptions
and "treatment without avail. Finally we movted to Bosque county,
our present home, and one day I
happened to see an advertisement of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy -with ;a testimonial of a man who had been
���cured by it. The *case was ��so similar to mv own that I concluded to
try the remedy. The result was
wonderful. I could hardly realize
that I was well again, or-believe it
���could be so after having suffered so
long, but that one bottle of medicine, costing but a few cents, cured
gntu"   JPorsalebY,F..J*Ma��_Kenzie.
WASTE PAPER BASKET.
A communication of a personal
nature was received last evening,
from Mud Bay, bearing no signature, and-of necessity 1 was consigned'to the waste paper basket.
It is well to be understood on the
start that we are not here for the
purpose of publishing such articles
as that contained. Give us good,
sensible news items and we will
publish them.    Remember !
Wire
mm
liastcrn Catalogue Prices on
Fencing.
9 Bar, 49 incli high, 70 emits period.
S    "   45    "       '���       62     "
Jtlier Styles and heights at like prices.
J. C -WADE, Latinof.
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LADNER, B. C.
Photography
Photos, Views, etc., of all
kinds done on short notice.
Q.   H.   BYR01YI,   Ladner,  8.   C.
MARKET REPORT.
The market report proper for
this week not having arrived in
time for publication, we give the
following quotations as handed in
by a reliable attendant:
Beef���6J_c totf'.c-per lb.
Mutton���9c to :10c.
Pork���9c; live, 6?'.c to 7c.
Veal���9c to 10c.
Chickens, spring���$3 to $4.50
per doz.
Eggs���35c. per doz.
Butter���30c per lb.
The quotations given above are
wholesale. The general condition
of the market was good.
Some horses sold by auction realized good prices for the quality.
Mayor Keary. of New Westmin
ster, hasireceived and accepted the
nomination, -in the'Liberal interests,
in Hew Westminster city  electoral
district.
Chamberlain's
Remedies.
-Chamberlain's Confh Remedy.
Por Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. Price 25 cents; large size 50c.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy.
For towel Complaints.   Price 35 cents.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
'An antiseptic liniment especially valua-
Kef or .Cuts, Braises, Sprains and Rheumatism.   Price-^s cents; large size 50 cents.
Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets.
For Disorders of the Stomach, Ijwcr
and Bowels.   Price 35 cents.
Every one ol these preparations
is guaranteed and if not folly satisfactory to the purchaser the
money will be refunded.
USE
HI
"They Enrich the Earth."
VICTORIA CHEMICAL CO.
W. J. BRANDRITH, AGENT,
LADNER, B. C.
fl Growers
Send to us when you want
Fruit Paper. We have it cut
to proper size for Plums and
Pears.
Give us your order also for
Butter Paper, Rubber Stamps,
books, stationery and Wall
Paper.
Mackay&Southon
.ColumbHstrett,       1?R    W��aTUINST_tII,8x
To Intelligent Business
Men and Farmers:
Insure your Stocks, Houses and
Barnsin the Anglo-American and
Equity Fire Insurance Companies. We are not in thelnsurance
Trust, and. can positively save you
money.   Call or write foi rates.
A W McLeod,
DISTRICT AGENT.
Office: Burr Block, Columbia street,
'Phone 62.       New Westminster
*    SINGLE AND .DOUBLE RIGS. AND SADDW' MOIttf
t ON SHORT NOTICE '���*���
f      Team Work Bona at Specially Low
JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.
Telephone "Ladner" No.io.
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PLAIN TALK.
We are able to back up every
assertion we make. We stand
ready to furnish you the best of
everything in the LIVERY line,
Just as we sav-we will.
We also have better facilities
hauling and handling freight
than any others in this vicinity.
When in need'of a first-class livery rig call on us.
> Fashion  Stables �����
Wm. Alexander,
Proprietor.
'Phone. 20
Ladner, B. C.
Ja Fa STAINTON
%>%s%-*V%'%'%<s_^<sV*'%s����s-fcs%^%��%����<fcS%*��
���DEALER IN���
Bicycles, Farm Implements,
Hardware, etc.,-Goal, Coal
Oil and  Gasoline.
Agent for theMcCormick aud
the Deering Machines and
Binder Twine.
Manufacturer  of Wooden   Pumps.
All Kinds of Repairing, Farmers Scales. Auctioneer.
C. P. N. Co.
TIME TABLE
NEW     WEST-M1NSTER-STEVEST0N
.ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer, leaves New Went-
ruinstt-r at 2 p.in . daily, except
Sunday, leaves Steveston Monday, 7 a.m., Friday 6 a.m. Saturday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,* 6 p.m., calling at Eraser Kiver landings detween New Westminster and Steveston.
VICTORIA NEW WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Louise leaves Victoria
Tuesdays and Fridays at 7 a.m.
Leaves New Westminster Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 a. ni.,
calling  at Moyne,  Steveston  and
Guichon.
NEW
WESTM1NSTER-CHILLIWACK
ROUTE.
S.S. Beaver leaves; New Westminster
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8 a.m. Leaves Chilliwaok
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m., calling at Fraser
River landings between New
Westminster and Chilliwaok.
VICTORIA-VANCOUVER ROUTE.
S.S. Charmer leaves Victoria daily Bt
1 a.m.   S.S. Channel' leaves Vancouver daily at 1:15 p.m.
All   steamers   from   Vancouver   sail
from C.P.R. wharf.   The Company reserves   ths   right    of   changintr   time
table at any time   without   notification.
For full particulars as to time,
rates, etc., apply to nearest agent, or
to
JAMES SCLATEK,    .      .
Vanoonvsr  Depot  and  428   Hastings
street, or to
If you want first class work
SEND YOUR LAUNDRY TO THE
New Method Steam Laundry
NEW WESTMINSTER,
L. Gifford, Agent, -        '*- Eadaer
Leave'Laundry on Monday and i-it will be returned ou Saturday.
Gents clothes cleaned and pressed.     Blankets and Curtains a specialty.
Call at the Old Stand lately occupied by P. Clark.
First "class work. Your patronage solicited.
W. II. TAYLOR,     -    -     PROP.
Just
ML W W
Arrived
E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass Agt.
Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
Manager,
Victoria.
H. A. TRREN, AGT., WESTMINOTSR
$1,000 worth of
Men's  &   Boys0
&
Winter
Suits
Overcoats
Reefers
Cb\
BEST YALUE EYER OFFERED
Call and inspect our Stock, we can
Save You Money.
MARSHALL SMITH THE DELTA TIMES SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 1903.
LOCAL NEWS.
J. A. Logan paid a hurried busi.
ness trip to Vancouver on Tuesday.
Mrs. Cooney, of Hburne visited
at the Methodist parsonage this
week.
D. S. Curtis and children, of
Hew Westminster, were in town on
Tuesday taking in the sights.
John Oliver, If. P. P., was in
town on Thursday arranging joint
meetings through the district with
W. H. Ladner, the Conservative
candidate.
Hon. Richard McBride has promised to personally attend three
meetings in the Delta Riding, viz.:
Ladner.. Surrey and Langley, of
which due notice will be given.
P. Shirley, P. Clark, and N. Mc-
Diarmid went to New Westminster
on Tuesday with the blues. Others
bad the blues who did not go. It
is to be hoped that this blue business has reached its climax.
"Sir William" went over to Vic
toria on Tuesday, after having.received the Conservative nomination
at Cloverdale on Monday. Although an old man, he is young ia
ambition. Should he be elected at
tbe forthcoming elections we sincerely hope he will look well before
be leaps.
(Continued from First Page.)
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Each child will have her own stool
to rest on during the scientific portion of the lectures. When the
practical cooking experiments begin the stool will be folded away
under the table, and the little ones
will busy themselves in real kitchen
work. A fine Albion range has
been put in for the use of the
scholars, also a gas range. It is
expected that gas stoves for the
tables for the use of each pupil will
be put in before long, so that each
child can cook at her own stove.
Each pupil will have her own knife,
fork, spoons, measuring cup and
bake board.
Many of the demonstrations will
be given on the blackboard to illustrate the various subjects, such as
the growth of plants. Instruction
by chart will also be adopted on occasion, and the useful mode of imparting instruction by means of
color will be introduced also, tending to simplify matters considerably.
Miss McKeand said that guests
will always be welcome at those
lectures and demonstrations; parents and guardians and all interested in the training of the young will
find it profitable to spend an hour
occasionally watching the processes.
It is expected that a start will be
made with the classes on or about
the 15th of the month. The tenders for the hardware, etc., are out,
and the merchants have shown
their interest and sympathy in the
project by quoting most favorable
prices. It will be possible, therefore, to equip the school in a thoroughly up-to-date manner at very
reasonable cost. Pupils will be
taken from the high school and
other schools if desired, but it is
not yet decided whether the apparatus will be installed in the central
school alone, or in the other schools
as well.
Miss McKeand will be able to
teach about 200 pupils in classes of
twenty each. Arrangements are
being made to form classes amongst
the teachers in the public schools,
for Saturday mornings, if they so
desire.
rishermen Attention
Are you aware that we have the sole agency for the
best Leather Fisherman's Hip Boots ever sold in this
country. Call and select your pair before they are all
gone.    Every pair guaaanteed waterproof.
Sold only by
W. B.iSINCLAIR, L|
in
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DELTA  RIDING.
TO THE ELECTORS.
Gentlemen :
Having had the honor to be
chosen as candidate at the Clover-
dale Conservative Convention to
contest the Delta Riding at the
forthcoming Flection on the 3rd of
October next, I beg to solicit your
votes and influence.
I am, Gentlemen,
Your Obedient Servant,
WM. H. LADNER.
H. N. KICH,
LADNER, B. C.
Notary Public, Auctioneer,
Estate and Insurance Agent.
$10,000 to  advance on
Mortgages.
Purcharing Agent
Brackman-Ker Milling Co. Ltd.
^^$jBee^eWj^ea^e9jkea^e^eea^etBeeaetB^iatw9.a>*e^biOee ei%*e*e*ate*e
<8>       * ...
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER,    :-:  B. C. <$
;�� Manufacturers of all kind, ol A
?Soda Water, Ginger ��t
Ale and Summer J.
Drinks. j
X      Your patronage solicited f
Robert May
Ocean Dock
-FOR-
*      *      *
2        GROCERIES,
j        TINWARE, QRANIT-
\        WARE, Etc., Etc.
# Gurney Foundry Co.'s Stoves 1
* ���******���**���
i Just received a full line of]
fDOD'S MIXED PAINTS inf
_ all Shades.    None better.
Service between
Seattle and
the East
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
You can not get better bargains than at Port Guichon.
We keep the best stock of everything that is needed for the
general public. Call or send in your order and we guarantee satisfaction.
Telephone 5.
1/1/   f    kVig*&B��inF    Oeneral Merchant,
Wa Le mCOKMUaZ,       Port culchon, B.C.
Don't Fail to See
My Grand Exhibit of Pianos and Organs at the Provincial Exhibition, New Westminster, September 29th
to October 2nd.
H. H. LENN1E,
BURR   BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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Horse Goods! \,
���M     Our Harness and Horse Furnishings  <
have long proved reliable, and they are ) {
j* { built not only for atyle but wear. T
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; f REPAIRING" A SPECIALTY.
it huqh Mcdowell, jj
7 i LADNER, B. C J '
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FRANK J. ROWLAND,
Conveyancer, Notary
Public, General Insurance, Real Estate.
Steveston, ::: . C.
VANCOUV R   B. C.
If you are intereated in Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting or. Banking, you should Mend
for information al to course, and tuition rate..
Both will pleaae you.
VANCOUVKR  BUSINESS COLLKGH,   LT'D.,
P. O. Box 514. Vancouver, B. C.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
Room 5, Bltard Block, New Westminster.
FINEST AND   FASTEST
TRAINS
ic ke ts- at lowest rates to
European, Eastern and Kootenay points,
Leave Westminster 10 a.m.
Arrive       " 3:30 p.m
D. P. SANDERSON, Agent.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C
The Redding
Hip Leather Fish Boot
is King of Them all
Price $6:50  a  Pair
MUSIC
Mrs. Plewes, Music Teacher. Terms on application.
Dance music supplied.
Ladner, B, C
1
3009 WESTMINSTER ROAD.
Fruit and Ornamental
Trees,   Roses, Bulbs
and Rhododendrons.
.  .  HOMK GROWN AND IMPORTED .  .
GARDEN FIELD AND FLOWER SEEDS.
Bee Hives and
Supplies.   .   .   . Wholeaale
and Retail.
Call and examine'our stock and make your selection for Spring planting. CATALOG FREE.
M. J.   HENRY,
Vancouver        -        -        B. C
Advertise in The Delta
Times, it will pay you.
; Snaps!    Snaps!    Snaps!  I
75 cent Ai Chair worth $1
others from 60 cents and up
$15 for Sideboard worth $18
1 $16.50 for Bedroom Suite $18.50
1 Springs $2.50 each and up
��� Mattress $3 each and up
��      $7.10 Extention Table worth $9;   55 cents Elegant Tapestry
��� Carpet worth 65 cents per yard
��� Our Store Is full of Bargains.  Oall and In*
��� sped our Stock.
To be had only from
WM. JOHNSTON,
11
Bailing Wire &
Binder twine
A FULL   LINE  OF
Builders' Hardware.
tt. F. ANDERSON & GO
Corner Front and 6th Streets,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B U
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
III GUM
(Westminster Branch)
Time Table
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5.50
and 6.511 a.m. ami hourly thereafter until 10 p.
m.; Snturdays and Sundays nt ic p.m.
Cars leave Vs.uco.uvir for Westminsters at 5.50
and 6.50 a. m. und hourly thereafter until 10 p.
tu.; Saturdays uud Sundays at 11 p.m.
FREIGHT CARS.
We run first-class freight cara between Westminster and Vancouver and all shipments are
handled with the utmost care and delivered to
consignee without delay. Special attention paid
to fruit shipments. Our wagons meet all boats
and trains. For rates, etc. apply to
D   A. 8HILES, F. R. GLOVIiR
Traffic Mgr. Local Mgr.
Westminster, B. C.
Jewelry
Brooches, Chains,
Ouff Links, Eto.
Ready for you to Pick
and Watches
Large and small-    Good time
keepers.    Inspection invited.
ANDREW CLAUSEN
Ladner, B. C.
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MEN'S TAN, DRAB, and NEUTRAL
shades in MEN'S HATS. Regular price
$3,00, $2,75, and $2,50. For only $1,00
to clear.
I
��� Lee's   Furniture Emporium ���
��� Dupont Block, New Westminster, B. C. ��� J
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J. E. PHILLIPS
709-711 Columbia Street   ;-;     New Westminster.

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