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Vol. 3. No. 18.
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LADNER, B. C, SATURDAY. JANUA.RY 6, 1906.
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*'Thc Store That Made Ladner fdawMis"
Now the tt'oliday _&!��& _s -owr, w�� *ge* ���owl_ t�� steady business
again. H��w -about that NEW SUIT f or a couple sU-fes STANSFISLD'S
UNSHRINKABLE Underwear.
Sea <_*ur -samples -of efofife**-
ings and overcoacttngs, made
to order and we guarantee
ifo-e fit. hoove your s&e&sure
at one��.
MTA COUNCIL.
fast Delta.
Fine Navy Serge Suits,
best ssrge linings,
new cut, sizes 35 to
48 $/4
Fine Black Cheviot or
Serge Suits, bea1--
trimmings, sizes 35
to 42
Fine Scotch and Canadian Tweed Suits
new cut, all sizes &mIf
jovial host and hostess entertained
a-number of their friends at games,
etc., all retiring much pleased.
R. E. Kittson and his jovial part-
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working *s__irts made in
Cesiad-v, we Itetve them in
all grades.
H.B.K. Caps are well made
-Jwad always look well. This
line, Navy, BefcTer, Cloth
at 50c is a winner.
STANFIELD'sS   U29SEMNE:iyBJ_iE   UNDERWEAR in  all the different
weights.   Have * look.
Marshall Smith
friends on Friday evening, the 29th
ult., when games of all kinds were
indulgeu -hi.
the Clerk were appointed a committee to take this matter cp.
The Clerk reported 'having sold
'One of the street lamps and that he
has the prospect of selling two
-more.
it was decided to insure the new
barn and contents for 52,000.
It was, on motion, decided to pay
J. Tamboline the sum of $150 for
���Work'dome.
On motion fhe Colledtor's Roll
was accepted, aud the Clerk instructed 10 proceed to collect arrears of taxes.
All overdrafts for the year were
paid before Dec. 30th, aad a -surplus of about $250.
Council then -adjourned to -meet
again pn -"Saturday, Jan. *:3tk, ate
.p-m.
���Council met in the Council! A very enjoyable evening *wa*s
���Chamb-t ou Wednesday last, at ��' sP*at' ��" Tuesday, at the t*eautiful
p.m., with the Reeve and Couns. hc5mt 6f T- *<-������*"*����� when the
Gibbie, Paterson, Huff and Embree present; Couto. Djtvie ai riving
a little later.
Minutes of previous meeting were
-adopted as read.
'COM M UTWC*sV*r*3KS.
From J. A, Cat her wood, secretary ol ��he Reeves' Convention, re
resolutions to be brought be ore ihe
Convention.     Received and filed.
From Dr. J. \V. Woodley, ro
Waiter Jumes. There being nothing verv serious the matter with
JartftS*, lie Wsts offered employment
under the road foreman, which he
.flatly refused. During tbe discussion it developed that James is, by
Tight, =a <obarge of New Westminster, having been a resident tliere
for a number of years; also that,
finding he could not get anything
he did not work for, he packed up
his belongings and left the district.
It was suggested that the Council
distribute one-man rock alongside
the roarls ol .-litis district, in order
to afiorfi -work for the .unemployed
from lhe��oi>ies who strike t~.lt into
the countryon the bum.
From Dr. A. A. King, M.*H.O.,
"reporting as follows: On account of
diphtheria at Helmer's and Readls
he had fumigated Jthem antl -clesed
the Culfside school; Shirley's, Mc-
Gtegofs and Arthur's each having
become infected, -quarantine bad
been placed out hem, and the I*ad-
utt public sohool. That test _am-
.pleK-sent to Dr. Fagan proved to he
diphtkferia.
"Is the Health Officer doing his
duty ?" was asked, to which the
chairman of the Board of Health'replied: "He has been instructed to
do'bis tttmost, wit*, justice, towards
stamping otlttltis ilreail disease."
-Witluragajd to engaging guards
for each case df quarantine, -Which
should be supplied if only tc-see
th:it the doctors themselves take
the necessary precautions, seme-objection -was -raised on account 'of
expense, -.-his *_houltl not be as
even doctors are apt to be a little
careless-fcttinies.
GLANDEfS.
On Wednesday nearly soo horsemen were present at the mif-ting
in the Board of Trade rooms Vancouver, to consider -what united action ft
would be edvisa.ieto take concerning tht ontbieak *_i glanders in the
ner entertained a  large  number of! ^'tv 8nc* the action ot the Dominion
Government in the matter. The
crisis was thoroughly discussed aud
���many resolutions dealing with the
subject were passed by fhe'i_-__ting.
The-chfcir wa.s occupied by'R. G.
McPherson, KL !p��� nteoHn n '-brief
address e_rpfeineti^ht'*db}-et Of the
faceting.
Considerate dissatisfaction seems
to have existed in regard to the
way in which the .government
officials enforced the quarantine
laws. After much had been salft
for and against the action tf tire
���vets., the 'following Teaofutiont
were pass-id:
"That in the opmi-t -Jftlhie matting when a horse has been condemned, after exemination by a goy-
ernment Veterinarian, the owtw*
of the horse is to be at liberty to request a further test without prejudice to his right to rompensatioR
should the -hoise he ��i��_l)y ��laqgh-
"tered. Tbe owner of the 'hot-ae tt��
pay all quarantine expenses .icKeou-
nection with such test."
"That, in the opieioa of .hie
meeting, when e k&rx ���*_!"__ b*et
coudemtreU fer glait)_-ciis 'the own.fr
of the 'hoise may ir*eqs**r-st "that *fc
post mstrtem be held ��ud;Ap will be
entitled to the privilege ml .holding
a post-mortem, ithe same te be c��tt-
d'.cted at bis-own eacjwuse, ��nd in
the presence rjf a government V'_S-
eritiarkn, should such Tveterinar.*;.
desire to be.preaatet.'''
"Thdt (his meeting ihill stang
the expense of a post-mortem on
twelve condemned horses .and -recommend veterinary surgeons its
perform snch ^post-mas-tem , in conjunction with"the mover ofthe motion and tbe'supCTvision of-a Gov-
ernnrtnt!represen��ti*re."
"That 'in   the   opinion -of this.
The s.^. .Puebla broke  ker pro-  meeting, tbis whole matter should
peller shaft Whilst cu her way from  be-settled and action taken as.ex-
T3aR-IFT-NEWC0.vlBE.
�����n Thursday, the 2*Sth of De-
'���camber, 1905, Geo. M-. Thrift, tbe
.popular young manager oP the
Hazelmere Lumber Co., was united
iin the holy bonds of 'matrimony to
Miss Jessie J. Jtfeweombe, at the
First 'Baptist Church. Jfelion, B.*C.
The 1 appy couple wil! ba At
Hotiie to their friends at- Haael-
mere, cm lhe*T2th igst.
-We extend our congratulations
to the happy couple and wish them
every success.
BROKE 'HER SHAFF.
Vietoria'to 'Brjs-e, an-d Was towed
into the 'litter port on Thursday
the: last, tb.re6 days overdue, bvthe s s.
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XMAS DRAWING.
Below we give the list of winning
���numbers in-fife -Xanas Drawing a.
Marshall Smith's::
awuLi-B.
jst���1423.9 Mr. Melntyre.
and���A382ft, John Honeymaa.
3rd���A3_2��>, John -Honeyman.
4th���A13K1, ll^.^)ls-Mderc.
-5tli���Aa4oa, Jot. Kwrts.
���6th���Afngf
yth���A240J, Jos. Hanis.
8th-A2��-59 W. Williams.
���9th���1347*. Wm. Siddtill, at.
80th���-A*3447��� A. Montgoin_rr.
sC-CJI/WR-W.
wt���11796, ��r. Woodley.
-and���A3579
3rd���A2466, Geo. McClusky.
<ft*l"-^A7,76
5th���13558, Mrs. Selich,
6th���A2030 Wm. P,ybu..
7fh���A149J Jno. Hllis.
8th���139-1-3, -Chris -Morrow.
9th���T-S989, -C. K-ettles.
10th���A4S126
Chamberlain's   Cough   Remedy '
���^Absolutely HaNhlecs.
The ftfiHt'cf givingdfcild*en*medi-'
cfne oontmning injnnotis substances, .s sometimes -more disastrous than the disetwe trom which'
tbey are -suffering. "E>f��y mother
���ihotild know that ���ChambritainHi
���Cough lllemedy is perfectly **ufe if or
children to take. It contains ndth-
ing twrtaful and for cougks, cdlds
aud croup is unsurpassed. For sale
iff 9.��,. Ma-JKenr-ie. i
NEW  YEAR'S DRAWING.
Following *ts 'the  list  of  prize
winning  ril.tubers nt Mackenzie's
Dry Goods Store, which (took place
ou-Saturday test, ���Dacember .goth.
i!-t���S?o, i_fT*3.
and���-$ao, 984.."iJ-s. Nelson.
.grd-^i-5, 86.
4th��� $10, 905.
"S.h���$5. **959*
On   motion   the   report '*sf
M.H.O. was received and filed and I Chehalis and s.s. Norwood sfter an
it was decided to appoint a man to] exciting time.    The above caused
attend to the wants of those quarantined and to enforce the regula-
peditiously as^possible."
THE
FOR
tiotts.
From Dr.'T.'S. Httll, te.puTchase
of lots in Ward V. Resolved that
the property be disposed of to Dr.
Hall, he to bear all expense of
transfer.
From A.*Cotemah,;i��e piledrivei.
It was decided that fo be -charged
for moving drfvar aud $3 4ui use
of cable.
From C. Richardson, 'r-ported
having driven fite'piles at Annacis
Island wharf a' a cost ofj!J5.
Objetftioti >wa*s raised tto individuals doing work witkout authority and then demanding pay for it,
therefore tbe matter was laid over.
The -Reeve repcrted -that complaints had been made regarding
gambling 'curried on iu tbe town,
-anti, 0* motion,-thesCte-Wi: was instructed tomotify all persons carry-
tag on>gfcmbling to have same step-
!ped:*at once.
On accOtiiR'ofrthe'iUnees of the
considerable anxiety to W. H.
Smith as Mrs, Smith and daughter, Minerva, were among the passengers. A telegram received on
Thursday relieved the strain by reporting their safe arrival.
The annual congregational meet-
-A-sditor, Jos.'ShWey, it wus decid- 1i**ts ��f the Presbyterian Church in
HICK'S AUMYLNtfC
1-906.
The Rev. Iri R. Ricks Alraana
will not be published for 1906, bttt
his Monthly Journal, Word and
Works, has been changed into ��
large end-costly -Aagaune, and it
willunont-ahi his storm.-tnd weathe.
1 forecasts aud other sastronemical fea-
"������'''     -   tures complete. The "-Novemoernum-
W. H. Laduer visited thc Royal ber> no�� *"c**dy. contains the lore-
City yestcrdayto attend a 'banquet!0;1^ hom Tanuaryto June, 1906,
tto be tendered to Mayor Keary.
Old-English Breakfast. The Tea
thut made the^Delta famous, New
shipment���-"City  Bakery -and  Glo-
-cery.
���W. N.'sDraper'has been busy this
���week surveying some property some
property west of W. J. Brandritb,a,
tfor Messrs. Smith Wright -aad
.Brown.
Ladner vpus a busy port on T-ues-
tday, there being in at one 'time the
Rithet, Favoiit., Dunsmuir, Sonoma, while the -Charmer was in At
'iPort Guichon.
The January -number, ready De-
cemb.r-_orh,'will contain the forecasts from July'to December, 1906.
Thcpiiee uf this magazine is one
dollar <a year, iSee.it and *-you will
have it The'���November and January nuunbers containing the Kev.
Iri R. Hicks forcasts for the whole
year, and more complete than ever,
can be had by -sending eX once ag
cents to Word and Works Publishing Compacy, 2f_oi i.L��.ast Street,
St. Louts, Mo.
The Btfket *>Urty. ^iv-h under
the auspices of the Ivy Leaf Club,
in'Oddfellows' Kail, on New Yea.1*
oight,-*w����aantatsucoess.   Frank- printed*s-usu��l. land, should vkere | **-��*dr��!ws.   Ladner.   on   Thursday Tuesday to take nw*y fH.^Nfchoi-       er
ed to  have Hhe ettnual statement !lt����s Parish wil1 -^ as Allows:   St.
Mrs. W. E. Curtis and Un.
Allan returnedtome on "Thursday
evening.
The-str. PavtJtitet_B__e'*d��w-uaDi.
liiliBuDrch-Stra, ot Vancouver, sup-1 be anynUerdtteus to make after the |*veuing at 8 0'cl.sck.    St. Stephen.
plied fthe Ittusic, which ���*%�� much! audit, th4t sail alterations shaSl be East End, on Friday evening, nt 8
enjoyed  and  voted  to be the best; publisbedrin the Delta Times. jo'cloek.    A full Attendence is re-
that has heen  heard here tor some]     Rethe 'Union of Municipalities, 'quoted as mrtter of very greatt im-1 st_rm as she brought the remoeuV
h_ue. '.the Reeve and  Couu. Gibbie .nnd .portance will some up fordisenssioa. cf it on her upper works
soii's furniture --uxi effects, ttook,
etc., fer Milt .Lehman. $he eti-
deutly 'bad 'tun  through ->t -nnow THE DEL'
SATURDAY,
>ARY 6, l$o6
.-.,-. ������_. _.-.s>^s��-.y   yssVUV.^-
T_*]E DELTA TI!WES.
PTBtMHRD EVERY SATURDAY.
AOvnaTiaiNG ratbs.
CMMl AdTfrUMUtedM, to -sutf per lias foi
Ihc ftrat laMTtion. and 5 hum pat Hue lor eacli
MfaMq-Ht lBMf_*u. Tke nwjibcr ot lines
nckoaedb-the space occupies!, iiltn-_lo the
isck.
n_-U tor CoBun-i-ial AdverU*eme_U can be
had ra application at this of-ee.
K--diB( no-CM i* cauta per line fo: each In-
wrtieu.
Birth aad Dca-a u*H_*a, jee, M��rriagtis$:.��o.
_.ny ipwiil noti-w, the object ol whicli is to
���T-Wtc the pecuniary benefit ot.any 1-dlyidual
ar aampany, to be coiuidered an. aiivcrUsement
aad afc��t_e<i aacordiagly.
AVI adrartlaastaaAa eh��cs_��d for until oidered
���Mt and paid for.
CorrMpoodauce invited on matters ol public
laHrNt. Commanications to editor must be ac-
MMMJ^t by name of writer, uot necessarily
Im pSMkatiou, bat a* evidence of goo*faith
eorrcapondeuet muat reach this office by Thursday iTtntng.
G-to. R. Manlky,
Manager.
SATDUBAY, JANUARY  6,    I906.
Notice of the coming municipal
a
elections will be ��� found on Page 3,
IJ is hope rthat all the old Councillors will stand tec re-election,
���though there is just a possibility
tbat-Gounsv Hu-tv nud Embree may
drop out. Should Coun. Embree
desid? not to stand, John McKee's
aame is mentioned as a possible
tandidate, while no one appears on
the horizon in Ward IV.
"For Jthe Reeveship, W. H. Lad-
qeyr !\as signified hs* intention to
-tand;foi>re-e;Iect^on ot?, the platform
<tf GP.***A' -*Vfa��'--, a.-*- *10 onejbas
appeared, as- yet,, definitely in opposition.
THE QUARANTINE,
Having been requested to give all
the inft-jmat-jon obtainable regarding the abo*,_t we tnust acknowledge that at the time- qf writing we
have not been able to verify all the
different, stories euwei-t around
tp\\sn,��.but the following is vouched
for as.beijig.qorrecJt::
Ip-.tbe-Helmer case the bouse.is,
quarantined, without a guard, and
that the head of the household is
aJt. libgr$y, to come; and go at discretion.
Re Shirley House, that a portion
c*,f the family have been removed to
another, building,, and the House
fumigated. Tha)?, las. Shirley,, who
ifas^not in contact at auy time pre*
vifHis-AftAe quarantine, is shut up
with those quarantined,,while the
father, who nursed the dc^esi^ed
up to the time of death, is at lib-.
<?$r*.
Re McGregor, that the whole
family is quarantined without a
guard i and; that the head of the
h<-i-_e was down town on Saturday
last.
Re Arthur brothers, that they
are both quarantined ia one bouse
T-fhile the qt^e.r,has been fumigated.
Mffssrfs Helmer, Shirley aud McGregor have bee�� disinfected, by or
tender the directions of the M. H. O.
Att-y person breaking quarantine
is..guilt)t of,an offence and. liable to!
punishment.
SOCIAL GATHERING.
LosGatos, Dec. 17th.-���A very
enjoyable social event was the partv
given by Mr. and-Mrs. William H.
Griffith at their lovely home at Va-
sona on Friday evening, the Sth
inst.,.in honor of their ueic;-, Miss
Alice P.- Ladner, of Trenant Park,
Ladner, British Columbia. The
evening was most pleasantly passed
in playing five hundred, the honors
falling to- Miss Ada Cilker, end R.
F. Watkins. After refreshments
were served music was rendered by
Misses Alice and Violet Ladner,
thus closiug. a very pleasant evening.
Among those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Fretwell, Mr. and
Mis. J J. Stanfield, Mr. nnd Mrs.
J. E. Ellis, Mr, and Mrs. R. F.
Robertson, Dr. aud Mrs. J.J King,
N. I. Wilder, Dr. and Mrs. F. W.
Kjwwles-, Mrs and Mrs. 17 F.
Watkius, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Rice,
Mr, and. Mrs. J. J. Cornell, Mr.
and Mrs. H. S. Reckwith,. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Findley, Mr. ami Mrs.
J. W, Riddle, Mr. and Mrs. V.
S. Howard,. Mi. and Mrs. J. II.
Pearse, Miss Ada Cilker. Miss
M. Cilker, Mr. and Mrs. A. Voltner,
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Davie, F,
Cilker, Miss Addie Hamlin, Mr.
ancl Mrs. William Rip^s, A. L-
Cilker, Ellis Ladner, Mr. and Mrs.
E. W. Conant, Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
Ladner, Homer Sams, S. Carmen,
Mjs*j Violet Laduer, and Miss Jennie
_kar_e.-*---SanJose Daily.  Mercury.
a. o. y. w. 1
Delta Lodge, No. 12 meets first
and third Tuesdays of each mouth
in Oddfellows' Hall. j
W. C. Pyb-os, M.W.
Gko. R. Manlky, Recorder.!
IT
I.O.O.F.
Delta Lodge.. No.. 21 ���T'".s.- regular meetings of this Lodge are held
every Wednesday evening at 8 p.
m. Visiting Bi-ethr.e.11 cordially invited to attenci.
Frank Cui.us. N.G.
Dr. A. A. King,  Sec.
C. O. 17
Court Fvaser No. 398, meets in
Oddfellows' Hall, second ai_rl last
Thursday evenings of each month
at 8 o'clock. Visiting Brethren
welcome.
A. VORK 17 C. R-
I. HUME, U.S.
cRAE&Co
iii 11IIS
NEW WESTHINSTER, IJ. C.
*) ���-.il line '.f Bug-ish and Irish
Tweeds and fancy Trouserings always Kept in stock..
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W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL,   LAND  SURVEYOR
Room 2. Ellar- tticx-k. Ncs* Wesetn-tster,
Horse Goods! I
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k     Our  Harness und  Horse Furnish lugs **4?
���^hHVt  toilg, pi*:
*[   l-Uiit  tlrV>t L>1!
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i?&ycd reliable, ami they arc 4
ily for style but wcht. m,
" ^  .1
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
huqh Mcdowell
LADNEK, B. C
^���;^s;':;s��.;'-s<.)((.^-.��.^.��-^.��.i}(.��.^��.'4;^
Chacfiberlain's Cough, Remedy tbe
Best Made.
"Ip-. my opinion Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is the best made for
colds," says Mrs. Cora Walker, of
Por,tervil!e, California, There is
no doubt about its being the best.
No other will cure a cold so quickly. No-other is so sure a preventive, of pneumonia No ot,her is so
���pleagatit aijd stte to take. These
are good, reasons why it should be
preferred to any other. The fact is
'���that few people are satisfied with
any other alter having ouce used
this remedy. For. sale by F. J.
Mac Ken/.ie.
Fence Posts.
If you  require  fence po ts just
dvop me a line, or call and see
THOS. ROBERTS,
Ladner, B.C.
J. HENLEY
ni:\v WESTMINSTJ5*,   :-: b. c.
Mfwu&cturers of ull kinds ol
Soda Water, Ginger.
Ale and Su-omer
Drinks.
Your patronage solicited
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Fashion Stables =
Trucking a��ji Draying.
Lively  work of all. kinds attended to promptly.
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:j  YEARS'
XPERIENCI*
GILLEY BROS*,
DJIALERS   ij*!.
Wellington Coal,
Rosebank Lime,
Portland: Cejtneo,t,
Smithy Coal%
Sewer Pipe, Drain Tile,
Etc. i
Steam Tug "Flyer" aad
Barges tor Hfre.
Office: Front St.        Phonb 1-6,.
New Westminster,, B. C.
W
Tradr Marks
OCStGNS
Copyrights &c.
AnyonaaHndtng asHctfb nnd depcrlplion may
.toklT futt.'qrtnin our 'j-piiiioii free vlii-t ln-r an
vatition ta probably pntentable. ComnmnlCft'
KHsi.rk-tlyouUdeiitiiLl. HANDBOOK on PaUnta
��� "it free. Oldeat aurency for aecurliif; ptitmit :>.
Patents taken tnrouf_h Munu & Co. rccelt-t*
WciaA notice, witlnmt ohatgo, iu t-zn*
Sdmtlfie.Hmeriam.
V hainTflomoly Hlnvtant-M woeltly. T,nr��re��t clr-
s-ulation of any Bcientltlo jmirmil. Term81 ?JJ n
vear: four niuntba, |L Sold by ull nowB-loaler^.
Branch Offloe. 626 F St.. Washington. I). C.
If a quarantine, of any, use ^liere
^person under quarantine is per-
B^tt?4.ts^,handl^ and dispose qf the
products otl.t^e dairy-?
Because, a person, ot- family is
cuiar-_.n_inejd for the public good is
it right tieftfc tiey alone should pay
fipr all losses causpcl- thereby unless
i^ is cleprjy. proven that they have
rjjeencriftyn.^ly n-glig^nt*,?.
Remember th^ only place to bus
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ANNUAL MEI^riNG,
T-jh^artntial meeting.of the Delta
Farmers' Institutr will be held 111
the Council Chambers, Ijadner, on
Saturday, January 131.I1, at, S p
m.
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Presidenb
N. A. VcDIARMII),
Secretary.
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LADNER. B. C.
AN OPEN LETTER.
TO THK PEor-IsE Of   CANADA.
On December 13th a press report
was sent out from Victoria stating
that Chamberlain's  Colic,   Cholera
dose of  opium  had  been  admhi-
isterel effect   of   the   opium
would hav    been  apparent within!
thirty minutes, and  the inostseri-|
ous'consequences   c ccurred  before
,    ,.     , the end of twelve hours.    Medicine!
and   Diarrhcea  Remedy  was held  tl,_t _���___,  .������      ..   .   .     . ,.     I
- 1 tnat was so slow a�� that  in taking'
responsible for the death of the in-1 ���fl.__f ��� ��� ., .    _, % ,    ., .      j
r   .  u;a   .**.. a xi      Tir-ir       "K-t would be worse  than  useless
fant child of Mr. and Mrs. William   ,   _ ���oe_   ,    ....       .   , ,
1 in a case ot cMtc or ol-c .��?n morhv
Duncan   at   a   coroner's    inquest, j fo_ which this
Doctors   gave   evidence   that   the
child had died of opium   poisoniug.
CHURCH   NOTICES.
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You spend in Advertising or Job Printing
With, us me-toxs that much more for the
improvement of the home paper. Come in
.and help uek
Of the Best Quality always on hand.
What looks better than a nicely printed
wA-tft Butter Wrapper ? We supply the
Jeading Butter Makers,
The Oeita  Times
Lmt Wm Talk ii Qvar.
Have you,, young man or young womdn, ever given tne
future any consideration? Are you content to drift along as
you are with a superfficial public-school education which does
not prepare you for earning your living..
There are openings for young men in che business world
��* stenographers or cleiks. Women are eligible for the same
positions, what couklyoudo in such a position? Are you a good
penman? Are you rapid and accurate at figures. Can you use
the ty-gewriter so as to write 40 words per minute? Can you do
���%t\\ the many things that are required to he done in the business offices of large cities?
Unless you have taken a course in thfr above you are unprepared for" office work except in a simll village. We can
|S��pare yon for a good position���a position that will in a few
lawithsr pay for your investment. Some of our lady gradu-
sfct*-***-ate earning $40 a month and over.
Miss W. K. Smith receives 40 p-_r naonth from the
pasting ** Shingle ManUifeCsSuring Co., as stenographer. Miss
Meuzie starts for the- Yorkshire Guarantee and Securities
Corporation1 at $45,, Several are working for the C. P. R.
St $30 per month and upward.
WE CAN HELP YOU TO A POSITION UKE THIS
If you. come to us and work hard If you want further
jroof of the way we he^pi to positions write us and we will
send you more names.
j But don't *gttt oft Every month you delay means one
Wipnth's salary lost. The sooner you graduate the sooner
you ar�� in a yo$ition.
The coroner's evidence was given
that fifteen drops of tha mixture
was absolutely fatal.
The evideuce before the coroner's
jury was published in full in the
Victoria Colonist. It shows conclusively that the child did not die
of opium poisoning, that the child
had thc* ?ame symptoms before any
medicine was administered as when
the doctor was called and found it
suffering Irom what he
opium poisoning.
The statements thatChamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rein
edy is dangerous to infants is not
true. Not only tbat, but we believe
that it has been the means of saving the lives of more children than
any other medicine in use.
The following words appear very
plainly ou the label, "Ba sure and
read the directions wrapped around
each bottle." These- directions under heading, "For children under
two years of age," reads as fallows:
"Mix one teaspoonful of the Remedy with one teacup of sweetened
water, and give one or two tea-
spoonfuls at a dose after each operation ofthe bowels more than natural.
For infants under one year old
never give more than one teaspoonful of tbe above mixture at a cose."
An infant under one year old
would get not to exceed the 1-96
part of a grain at each dose. This
is a perfectly safe dose as has been
shown bv more than thirty-three
years' experience in the rak and
use of the remedy. The following
is a review of the father's testimony
before the coroner's jury, and will
satisfy any unprejudiced person
that this remedy had nothing whatever to do with the cause of the
child's death.
REVIEW OF TK&'HMqJTY.
A careful reading of the testimony
before the coroner's jury in the case
ofthe death of the child of William
Duncan of Victoria shows that Dr.
Frazer was called, found the child
suffering from symptoms somewhat
similar to that of opium poisoning,
found thatChamberlain' sColic, C h ol-
era an.d Diarrhcea Remedy which
had been given contained opium
and jumped at the conclusion that
the child was suffering from opium
poisoning, which was a mistake, as
it had precisely the same symptoms
before the medicine was given.
The testimony of William Duncan, the. child's father, was as follows:
"The first thing unusual his
mother and I noticed was on Saturday when the child slept heavily
all day, so much so, that his
mothet aroused him towards evening."
Here you have- the symptoms of
an overdose of opium before any
medicine whatever had been administered.
Mr. Duncan further testifies: "At
about 8. o'clock p.m. it (the child)
became irritable." That, too, is s
symptom of opium poisoning, and
before the medicine had been administered.
Continuing his testimony, Mr.
Duncau says: "About midnight on
Saturday night, or early Sunday
morning, I poured out, to the best
of mv knowleilge, about three
drops of Chamberlain's Colic Rem-
retueuy
iuteuded.
Mr. Duucan further states, "that
at twelve o'clock noon on Sunday
the ci ild xvj^s fretful as it was on
Saturday night."
This wa9 twelve hours after the
opium was administered, and by
the end of that time, had the child
lived, iiil effect of opjum poisoning
would, as a rule, hav. disappeared.
It will be further noticed that this
nervous irritation was the same as
toccurred before the cl ild had been
given any medicine whatever.
Mr. Duncan also testified: That
the cliild had a bad turn about
three o'clock and revived at about
seven o'clock. If the child had
been suffering from a fatal dose of
opium it would not have rallied.
It will be tinted that the child
died at 11 o'clock, twenty-three
hours -.fter the medicine had beeu
administered, and it is well known
that if a person survives the effect
of a poisonous dose ot opium for
twelve hours that the chance of
recovery is almost certain.
Dr. Frazer would have the coroner's jury believe that this was an
extremely dangerous medicine, that
the dose given in the directions
would be certain to prove fatal, and
if that were 'rue about ten per
cent, ofthe population of the United States would he in their graves.
There is not enough opium in
three drops of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to
produce any injurious effect on a
child of that age. As consricu-
ously stated in the directions for
use, there is 1-2 grain o; o\ ium in
each teaspoonful. One teaspoonful
of the remedy; that is, one fluid
dram, contains 130 drop1--. This
statement can be verified by anyone
who cares to get a medicine dropper and try it, so that in three drops
the child would recei?e 1-125 part
of a grain, while 1-40 of a grain
would not be au overdose for a
child of that age.
For more than a third of a century Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhcea Remedy has been in
use, and for many years the sale ot
it has exceeded one million bottles
annually. It is largely used for
bowel complaints in children, particularly during the summer
mouths, and during all this time
this is the only case that has ever
come to my notice in which it has
been claimed to have injured any
child, and iu this case it is unjustly
blamed as is plainly shown by the
father's testimony. Ou the other
hand, I confidently believe that the
lives of more children have been
saved by this remedy than by any
other preparation in use. In 1879
there was an epidemic of dysentery
at Center Point, Iowa, children
from two to four years of age were
the principal suflerers. During
this epidemic there was over twenty
deaths from that cisease, Lut not a
single death in any case in which
this remedy was used, and Mr.
George B. Duntar. the leading
druggist of the town, sold 10S
bottles of this remedy during the
epidemic. He is still in business
there and will corroborate this
statement.
In 18S8 there was an epidemic of
dysentery in Pope and Johnson
countes, Illinois. There was as
high as five  biiriwls  in  one day of
AU. SAINTS.
(Anglican.)
Holy Communion ��� Sundays,
8:30 a.m. ist Suuday in mouth,
11 a.m.
Matins, 11 o'clock.
-iveiiBoiig, 7 o'clock.
.Sunday School ut io a.m.
Friday, evening service 7:30.
Kev. Canon Hilton, vicar.
CATHOLIC
Reverend Father Edm. Peytavm,
O.M. I. Services first and third
Sunday o,r each month at 10:30 a m
benediction, 7:30 p m.
Rev. J. Wagner,
P.irish Priest.
METHODIST
Services next Lord's Day at 11
a. m.and 7:30 ii.m.
Class meeting, 10.30 a.m. every
Sunday.
Sabbath School at 2 p iu 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 3 p. re
v Westminster Branch)
Time Ti.f-.ie
Cars leave Westmtaster lor Vancouver at 5.50
,iii_ cj.50 a.u:. uuU hourly thereafter until 11 p.
..'.; Saturdays and Suudays at 11 p.m.
Cprs �����)*-* V1111. Oliver fc'l *.*, cstniiusters at 5.50
iu.. u.��sb. us, ail- uourlv reiifier uutil io p.
ph.. Saturdays uud _und_�� ..; u p.m.
KRKIGHT  CARS.
We run lirst-ci���� freight Cji-��� iietwceu Westminster aud Vaucourer ssu.l a'.l shipments are
Handled witb Ulr almost care and delivered to
cousiguee without delay Special atteution paid
10 fruit suipracMLS. 'uu wagons meet all uo&U
isusi trains,    l-'ur rsites, eU apply tu
n
a. ami.ES,
Traffic Mgr.
V. K,
GLOVER
Local Mgr.
For Sale.
From 75 to ioo cords of wood, at
the Boundary Hav ranch. Price,
$1.2$ per cord on the ground.
J. GRAUER.
Notice of s&moval
Having removed my place of
business into new aud more com-
Sabbath School at 2 p m Mid-1 modious quarters at the corner op-
week meeting on Thursday evening j posite the Oddfellows' Block, on
at 7.30 o'clock. j DeUa streeti - hQpe tQ b6et aU
Rev. A, McAu-ev, Pastor.     \ old patrons an(. a_ many ^  on_g
as wish to patronize  an  up-to-date
baptist. shoery.
."������abbath services at Ladner at 11 J. RF.AGH,
a.m. and 7 p. m. Ladner, B. C.
Sunday School at 10 a. ra.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at
7,30 p. ni.; choir practice at 8.
Jas. A. Benton, pastor.
hce.
edy and gave it to the child.    The; children    treated    by    physicians.
���*"*
Yanemmrar Business College,
Lhnttadm
449 Hastings Street,    -    -    -     Opposite Province Office.
.0, H, ELLIOTT, Principal.
During this epidemic over four hundred bottles of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhcea Remedy was
sold, half of it by the firm of
Walters Bros., of Waltersbuig,
Pope Co., ���111., who are   still   in
paration   after   mor-   than   thirty
years' sule and use.
Mr. and  Mrs. Duncau  have my
sincere sympathies in  the loss  of![,t Lands and Works for permission
their child  but I  can  assure them!!�� Pun-;uase tw�� s���\\  unnamed Is-
that according  to  hi
was   not  caused  by Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcea Remedy, but by a disease the symptoms
ot which are scmewhat  similar to
ibo*:e of opium poisoning.
When these facts are lully considers! we do not see bow any
reasonable person can reach the
conclusion that our remedy was in
any way the cans, o! the child's
death.
L. CHAMBERLAIN, Sec,
Chamberlain Medicine Company,
Des Moines, Iowa.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
That sixty days after date I intend
o apply to the Chief Commissioner
. . ands lying west-south-west about
testimoi y it half ^ mik from District Lot No.
Five Hundred and Thirty-two (532),
Group  II  (2),   New   Westminster
District, and containing in all about
250 acres ot land, more or lers.    I
have this day staked and posted a
copy of this notice on above lauds.
Dated at Port Guichon  this 4th
day of November, 1905.
W. J. LEARY.
CLUBBING OFFER.
PUBLIC NOTICE
In order to retain our old subscribers and obtain new ones we
wish to make the following extraordinary offer:
Pacific Homestead $1 00
Northwest Poultry Journal...      50 |dates shall be as r0ilcms:
Review of Reviews  3 00
Cosmopolitan   1 00
Delta Times  1 00
The whole of the above will be
given for the very small sum of $4.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby
given to the Electors of the Municipality of Delta, that I require
the presence of the said Electors at
the Town Hall, Ladner, on the 15th
day of January, 1906, at 12 o'clock
noon, for the purpose of electing
persons to represent them in the
Municipal Council as Reeve and
Councillors.
The mode of nominating  candi-
The candidates shall be nominated in writing, the writing shall be
subscribed by two voters of the
municipality as proposer and seconder, and shall be delivered to the
Returning officer at any time between the date ot this notice and 2
p. 1:1. of the day of nomination, and
in the event of a poll being necessary such poll will be opened on
the 20th day of January, 1906, at
the Town Hall, Ladner, and will
be kept open from 8 a. ni. till 4p.m.
"~"���-~~"~-���""""������ ' ol which every person is hereby re-
Cured His Mother of Rheumatism.'>ired to ,akc  ,10tice a,ld  *0Tem
himself accordingly.
According to The Commercial,
���f Winnipeg, the visible supply of
oats in the United States and Canada, east of the Rocky Mountains,
is 27,726,000 bushels, compared
with 24,159,000 bushels a year ago.
"My mother has been a  sufferer
for   many years of rheumatism,"
The qualification for a Reeve  or
Councillor shall be his being a male
medicine seemed to have no effect
at all on the child, but at eight
o'clock Sunday morning it slept
apparently easy tor several hours."
It will be observed that it was
twelve hours afteT the medicine was
administered before any symptom
was apparent that could be attributed to the remedy. During this
twelve hours there was natural
sleep for several liours and no nervous irritation while if a poisonous' sho.*. a better record than this pre- i     \^_"c*,T-;
says W. H. Howard of Husband,   BrUish sab*e_t) tad haTh|g ^ for
Pennsylvania.     "At times she was ^   ^^ mouth_  ^ precedinK
the day of his nomination, the registered owner in the Land Registry Odice of laud or real property
situate within the   Municipality  ol
applications she decided it was tbe the assessed va,UC| Qn the lMt  Mu.
most wonderful  pain  reliever  she |
unable to move at all, while at all
times walking was painful. I presented her with a bottle of Cham
berlain's Pain Balm and alter a tew
had ever tried, in fact, she is never
without it now and is at all times
I nicipal Assessment Roll, in case of |
Reeve, of five hundred dollars or
more, and in case of a Councillor,
able to walk. An occasional applica- K twQ hxmdr^ and fifty dollars or
tion of Pain Balm keeps away the
business  there,  and state that t0 jpai" that sl-.e was formerly troubled
tke best of their knowledge every I���*1"    For sale   b^'  F-  J-   Mac*
cass,
used,
in  which  this   remedy   was
recovered.    There  is  not  a
__en?.ie.
physician in  this county  that can j   7harnber|ajn't ^uh R^V
ton, and Y/Irjopuij! Coujb.
J
more, over and above any register-1
ed judgment, and being otherwise|
qualified as a voter.
Given under my hand at Ladner|
this 2nd day of January, 1906.
N. A. McDIARMID,
Returning Office r. DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY,.JANUARY 6, i._.:6��
_._,<_>*���'-��-_-! i    ��� *. -- -* T t  , ."'.
Miss Best came -own on Thursday, on a visit to iriends.
��� iiti
..  local House meets on the
it,*t.
Miss Irene Robinson is visiting
Miss Kdith McDonald at Cloverdale.
Mrs. W. T* Hadden returned.
Tuesdav, from a visit to her home
at Mt. Lehman.
Miss Banton, ot New Westminster, came down, Thursday, on a
visit and is the guest of Mrs. Barber.
Try Carnation Flakes���Prize in
each package���City Bakery and
Grocery.
The Grand Lodge officers will
visit Delta Lodge, No. 12, A. O.
U. W., and instal officers Tuesday
evening, January 16th. All members are requested to be present.
ie****mmm
The  Busy House
Municipal elections are close at
hand, Monday, the 15th is nomination and Saturday, 20th, election
d��y*     ______
Friends of Mrs. Mason, sr., of
-Oakdean, Gulfside, will regret to
learn that she is in very poor health
at present.
Say, Daddie, Haley shot a swan,
and oh, say, it was a peach of a
shot. After the game was dropped
it proved to be one of Wm. Livingstone's tame geese. No fine was
imposed this time.
On Thursday next the nth inst.,
each school district must elect three
trustees to take the place of those
whose term of office expired on tbe
last of the past year. Every one
should make it a point to turn out
and take a hand in the election of
the new boards.
Mrs. Vallanee, of Vancouver, accompanied by her daughter, Miss
Janet, is visiting her sister,'Mrs. D.
A. McKee.
Stanley Goostrey returned, Tuesday, from a visit to his home at
Aldergrove, where he spent the
festive season.
Mrs. Betts returned, on Thursday, accompanied by Miss Winters,
���af Vancouver, who is a guest at
-The Parsonage.
C. Hooper and wife, ot Esqui-
palt, returned home on Saturday
tut, sfter spending a few days the
f uests of Mr. and Mrs. Lanning.
H. Nicholson and wife left, on
Tuesday last, ior their new home
st Mt. Lehman where they will be
���able to farm on. s much larger scale,
having something over 200 acres
there.
Marshall Smith has remembered
his friends this New Year by sending his best wishes on beautifully
illustrated post cards, among them
being "A Cluster of Oranges" and
scenes trom tke famous Baldwin
ranch.
Mrs. H, D. Benson spent the
Festive Season among ber relatives
snd friends here, returning home to
Everett, Wash, yesterday. Mrs.
Bensoh was accompanied by some ���
of the smaller members ot the
family.
SMITH'S CASH STORE.
Special
Announcement.
(\N FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, our
W Annual MIDWINTER CLEARANCE SALE Commences.
Walt for the Bargains*
Below we quote two lines only��=
full details in Daily Columbian:
K. A. Huggard, the new teacher
appointed to the Boundary Bay
school, was accidentally killed in
Vancouver, while fixing a gasoline
lamp, just before Christmas Day.
Therefore. Secretary Brandrith has
had to look around for another
teacher, but up to last evening he
had not been successful.
The first bell, to be rung in New
Westminister rang in the new year
on Sunday night. It was first hung
in a huge cedar stump, whence it
called the early settlers to worship
in the old Central Methodist Church.
It survived the great fire, and wss
cared for by Grandpa Wintemute,
and is now in the Queen's Avenue
Methodist Church.
CARD OF THANKS.
Having disposed of my livery
business, known as Fashion Stables,
to Messrs. Wharton & Collison, I
beg to thank all my old patrons for
past favors, hoping that all will
transfer their allegiance to my successors.
Yours respectfully,
WM. ALEXANDER.
Ladner, B. C, Dec. 30, 1905.
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LADIES' WINTER COATS of black beaver and'
fHeie, last winter's styles but alterable, formerly $6.50, $8.50 and $12.50.
All go at
$2a95
LADIES' WINTER COATS of black beaver,
boucle, etc., some of these are lined -with
Satin.   Formerly $14.50, $16.50 to $25.00.
All go at
$4.95
T* H. SMITH,
The Cash Store,
Westminster.
MUSIC LESSOHS. Fill TERM.
Robt. Lord, of Port Guichon,
game near getting his hack broken
00 Thursday. While moving a
piece ol heavy machinery, from
J. F. Stainton's, Mr. Lord got on
|he wrong side of it with the result
that he got a bad squeeze, which is
likely to make him feel sore for
some time.
Mrs. C. E. Banton,
Voice and Piano
Pupils prepared for Concert, Church
aud Home.
Special Attention Given to Voice-
placement,  Tone-production
and Expression.
For Terms and Lesson Hours Apply at Temporary Residence,
Mrs, A. B. Barber's, Ladner.
* Grand Prize Drawing *
For every 50 cents invested in our ntore you receive a
coupon which entitles yot} to a chance 111 file of ihe following
tf valuable pri7.es;
$620.00
ii. Heintzman Piano or / .
Gerhard He ntzman  \ *475 00
2. Berliner Gramophone     50 oo
3. Violin Outfit.... ,.,.,......    25 00
4. Banjo ,,....,,,.. ,..    2000
5 Guitar , |(    10 00
6. Mandolin ,���...,    10 co
f. Accordeon       5 00
6 to 12. Five Prizes       5 00
{3 to 17. Five Prizes       5 00
$8 to 3-. Twenty Prizes     10 00
This drawing is open until March 1, 190^. Why
buy �� Piano elSOWhero ? When you have a chance
to secure a Halntxman Free���acknowledged by all who
k^ow to i* the fending Canadian Piano, made.
PW, EVANS I C3LLA-HRN.
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In Wishing Our Country friends
Jl fyappy Dew Ym
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We know of no better way of ensuring it
than by permitting us to install in your ii-bme
one of our beautiful
HIGH GRADE PIANOS
which you can select from the following makes
at prices ranging from $250 to $1200 :J
��� Steinway C& Sons     Pianos.
Nordheimer Pianos.
New Scale Williams Pianos.
Dominion Pianos.
Palmer Pianos.
Easy Terms.   �� Monthly or Quarterly Payments.
D. A.Seymour. Manager,
New Westminster
M.W.Waitt&Co.,
Limited,
558 Granvile St., Vancouver
THE OLDEST MUSIC HOUSE IN B. C
Your Visit
to the "Boyal City* �� not complete
until you bave viewed the Stock at
THE WHITE HOUSE,
-Goods at the Lowest Possible Price*.
A. J. BIRTCH,
Columbia Street.        -        New Westminster
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Have Yen Seen,
Our New Stock of Boots and -Shoes of AU Kinds
with prieitts to suit *.. fet-iyers.
Wateh This Space
"I^^^tiW:*if-tke Very Latest Styks,
aepaMng a ^molalt^.
J. REAGH,
Ladnar. B.G.
-mm-a-
Cut Glass,
Silverware,
Watches
And all kinds Of Jewelry
.suitable for
Okulstttas Presents.
Jl. Clausen*
LADNER. B. C.
imijr,
I'lifW?
��*-^_j-*��r-ft-��-*��6*v^^^^
Fine
Feathers
Make
Fine Birds
And fine fertt'.iers from
fine birds make
FINE PILtOWS
OUR NEW  STOCK JUST IN
:*."! -s
'*!  3IIS Feather Pifkfws, "The -trader," 90c each.
3>_fc Hea**e��-P��QV*, ���"-I%e'���Ow��eerft.'������, f.,75 ea
3j*to��*9la��d Duck _*fe*_t-rtr fcfflftws, $_...$ ��ach
aJ41b Hail Down FSHed Pillows, J**}.-*, each.
2>_lb Sanitary   Prime   Lire  Goose  Feather
Wtow $3.75 each.
2lb Down Pillows, pure linen ticking, $4.50 <��a
Wcilcr Bros., Victoria, B.C.
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