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LADNER, ii*. *-.. .i-ATUPDAY. DaCEMBE* 9, 1905.
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We did "Our Best" to surpass our efforts of
last season to cater to the Xmas Holiday Trade,
and we have been rewarded.
More people visited this Store last month
and our sales increased.
During the remainder of this month we
want others, who don't regularly come ir, to
pay us a visit.   In business
Money   Talks
And if you can save money dealing here and
have a fresh, well assorted and up-to-date stock
to select froir, why not follow your neighbors-
do business and save money right here.
We doL't write sensational "ads." to catch
you one day and lose you the next. We want
your Business to-day, this week, this month and
>all next year.
For the remaining two weeks to Xmas we
will offer you a
I ]%$   jj3aGi
On  Fresh
Eaisins.
Cleaned  Currants and New Seeded
Yours for Business,
Marshall Smith.
If
RUNAWAY   ACCIDENT.
New Westminster, Dec. 6.���A
bad runaway accident occurred this
afternoon oa Second street. Mr.
Charles Cliff manager of the West
ecu Canning Company, and his
wife, were both thrown out of their
buggy and were injured. They
were taken to a nearby residence.
The injuries could nol be ascertained.
Later*���The    injuries-    received
proved to be not very serious.
A. McGregor spent a day or so
in Vancouver this week.
W. A. Kirkland settimed, yesterday, from a visit to Vancouver.
AN EMERGENCY MEDICINE.
Fer sprain,sbruises, burns, scalds
and similar injuries, there is nothing so good as Chamberlains Pain
Balm. It soothes the wound and
not only gives instant relief from
pain, but causes- tbe parts to heal in
about one-third the time i equired
by the usual treatment- Sold by
F. J. MacKenzie.
American Bail lies for f.9.35 at
G. T. Baker's.
The S. Ss. Sonoma will make
regular trips every week day to and
from Steveston. Leave Ladner I
a. m, and 4 p.m. Ret��rrnin�� leave
Steveston 9.. a. m. and 5, p*. m.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Cures Colda, Croup and Whopping Cough.
SHEEP KILLER.
m MRS E) PERT
J
In order to institute protective
measures against the spread of
glanders among horses, and if possible to stamp out the disease wliich
has already cost tlie owners of horseflesh tliere thousands 0 dollars, two
officials of  the  health  of  animals
Masperade
The Masquerade Ball, given last
night, in the Town Hall, under the
auspices of the local Lodge, Canadian Order of Foresters, was a
grand affair and a great success.
The Grand March took place at
9 o'clock sharp, in  which nineteen
couples took  part.    Quite a num-
branch ofthe derar.m.ntotagncul- jb(f of masquerade" arrived later,
titre are in Vancouver. j    There were some very comical
Dr. A. E. Moore, of Ottawa, and make-ups,  especially   those ofthe
Dr. Win. Lawson. of Dundas, Ont.. | Chinese national band,
are the two veterinary experts who j    The musiC) fiupplied by Harper's
have been commissioned by Dr.J.G.! Orchestra, of Vancouver, was first-
Rutherford, chief of the  health of
animals branch, to investigate and
; class and the supper,   put  up by J.
stamp cut the glanders tpi-
demic in the Terminal City. These
gentlemen will consult with Dr.
R. F. Tolmie, of Victoria, chief inspector ot this district, before taking any active steps in their work.
Dr. Tolmie is expected in Vancouver iu the course of a few days.
��� "I was sent out on this mission,"
said Dr. Moore, "as I had something to do with a similar epidemic which broke out in the city
o! Ottawa about two years ago. Dr.
Lawson and I came to co-operate
with Dr. Tolmie of Victoria, in
hanilli"ii the work here. We expect that Dr. Tolmie will be in
the city shortly, and we shall
consult with him before anything is
done."
Two valuable horses, amongst
a number of beasts of ordinary value, have been killed within a couple o" days because they
were afflicted with glanders. It is
a curious fact, too, that all the
horses which have been destroyed
were fat and in excellent condition.
One of the horses recently killed
by order of the inspectors belonged
to J. A. Russell. The horse was a
handsome chestnut and a fast traveller, He was worth seveial hundred dollars.
A stallion, named Sapolio, owned
by Dr. Henderson, veterinarian,
and worth in the vicinity of $1000,
was also shot on Monday and consigned to the crematory. Tht
horse was one of the finest in the
citv.
Welsh, at the Delta Hotel, was excellent and very tastily laid.
The  gay  party danced  until  5
o'clock this morning.
BOUNDARY BAY.
THE HICK'S ALMANAC
1906.
FOR
On  Wednesday last,   a dog   or
The Rev. Iri R. Hicks Alinanai
will not be published for 1906, but
his Monthly Journal, Word and
Works, bas been changed into a
large and costly Magazine, and it
will contain his storm and weather
forecasts and other astronomical features complete. The Novemoer number, now ready, contains the lore-
casts from January to June, 1906.
The January number, ready December 20th, will contain tbe fore-
me j casts Irom July to December, 1906.
1 The price of this magazine is one
dollar a year, See it and you will
have it.   The November and Janu-
Miss Best, the public school
teacher here, having resigned, a
meeting of the Trustees was held
on Monday, when, after due deliberation, it was decided to ask Mist-
Best to reconsider her determination.
In addition to. the aspirants for
School Board honors mentioned in
a recent issue, the following are
named: D. Woods, S. Morley and
D. Gunn, besides all the old board.
May the best win.
MOOSE
HUNTING
DELTA.
IN   EAST
Editc* De-cta Times:
THE BAZAAR.
The annual Bazaar giv.n by the
Ladies' Guild, of AH Saints', was
held last Thursday, as per announcement, in Oldftfllow*' Hall,
and proved, perhaps, the most successful that has yet leei given.
The proceeds came close to the $300
mark.
In the evening the hall was
crowded aud the musical programme seemed to be very much
appreciated and most deservedly so.
The programme opened with an instrumental duet by Miss Guichon
aud Miss Hilton. Allan Seymour,
both by voice and violin, delighted
the audience; he is a musical treat.
Solos by Mrs. Houle and Mrs.
Hayes, with violin obligate by Mr,.
Seymour were very pleasing.
The medley chorus was one 0/
the best things on the programme.
Mr. Keeling and Mr. Richardson
made their first appearance before a
Ladner audience. Mr. Keeling
sang the ever popular "Boys of the
Old Brigade"; Mr. Richardson, ia
inimitable comic style, sang "OW
Susan Jane."
"Down where the Wurtzburger
flows," bv Mr. Calvert, was backed
up by a chorus, even some of the
audienc*e taking part.
A Lumorous recitation dialogue
by Mrs. McBride and Miss Arthur,
entitled "Aunt Prue," brought
down the house.
Mr. Pobt. Smith delighted all,
but particularly the Scotch element,
by bis rendering of "Loch Lomond."
In a programme that was really
Sir: News reached the sporting j delightful all through, it is hard to
town of Laduer, last week, that the' particutorize, but judging from the
bellowing of the  noble moose had j **PPl**"se rendered the quintette by
been heard in  the woods of East jthe five ehoir b��-"  *M ��***����sClr
the most appreciated.    Dressed  in
Delta. Great was the hurry of the
nimrods of the Gun Club, a large
party of noble hunters slipped off
after dark, to be first for the grand
hunt. Up early on the chilly morrow, they gallantly sally forth,
armed to the teeth, woe betide man
or beast who dared to hinder these
noble nimrods. Deer and beir were
not thought of. On, on. was the
cry, "moose bloodwe smell." After
tramping long miles through brush
and snow, lo! tracks were seen.
The heroic party were all collected
together and searching each thicket.
At last the noble moose were spied
bv the illustrious leader and such a
volley the victorious Japs never received before Port Arthur as these
poor moose got from this noted
band of hunters. It took volley
after volley to end the lives ot these
noble animals. Up rushed, with
drawn knives, the excited and j Mrs. Rowe, of New Westminster
weary hunters, to find, alas! two. who met with a paralytic stroke
poor innocent cows. Darkness; last week, is reported as improving,
coming on, owners  to be pacified,: 	
military garb, with regimental
"pill-box" and chin strap, they
marched to the platform and rendered "Grand-pa's Guards," and
went through their facings like
veterans. Needless to say they
were recalled.
The accompanists for the evening
were Mrs. Hilton and Miss Reid.
Canon Hilton acted as chairman.
The president, officers and Guild
are to be congratulated on the success of the Bazaar, towards which
they have wonted so sedulously.
Two feet of snow and cold) cold!)
in Cariboo.
Mrs. W. Arthur and
; thur came over to take
zaar and the ball.
Misses
iu  the
Ar
ba-
one starts here, another there. Next
day   the   gallant  but sadly  wiser
dots entered the property of W. H. rri r. Hicks forcasts for the whole
Ladaer and badly mangled one j year, and more complete than ever,
sheep and worried several others. I can be had by sending at once 25
On this account a notice is publish-) cents to Word and Works Published, in another column, notifying} ing Company, 2201 Locust Street,
the public that poison will be set, St. Louis Mo.
out, nnd we do not think any sat e
person will blame bim for so doing.
Owners of fancy bird dogs will do
well to note the above.
ary numbers containing the  Rev.  party start on  the  most  laborious
The Xmas entertainment given
by the Sunday School of the Pres-
terian Church will t��ke place on
Thursday, December 21.
part of the trip, to carry the harm-
lrss beeves out of the woods and to j
market.   It was a sorry sight to i
see  thoss  noble hunters who, the'    The  Methodist   Sunday   School
The first boat built at the Me-
Cormkk boat factory was turned
out this week.
Word has heen received that tl r
O. S. Mining C ompany have ;: ruck
the ledge and an- now in a'out six
feet with  wonderful results.    This
day before, had gallantly sallied
forth, returning loaded with qnar-
ters of beef, but no moose, by byways and trails. This account
Mesdames J. F, B?tts and L. shows that cattle in the woods are
Monkman and Miss T. Kerr went no more safe from sportsmen than
up to New Westminster, this week, I their brothers in the Delta, as shown
to attend the District Convention of ��� by "Taters" in your issue of the
the Woman's Missionary Society, | 25th ult. For thsir protection
which was held in Queen's Avenue: kindly  insert   the   foregoing   true
Methodist Church, during the afternoon and evening of the 6th inst.
Mrs. Monkman represented the
newly formed Auxiliary of the Wo-
lnau's   .Vissionarv  Society.     Miss
anecdote   of
sportsmen.
a   party   of   Ladner
DELTA.
"���hamfcarlain's Cough Remedy
means great things for Stockholders. 1 Kerr rc^es.-meri the Mission Lucie        iires CoUta, .roup and whoopin* cough.
scholars ar practicing bard for their
Xmas Tree entertainment the date
of which is still unsettled.
        /
Remember the only place to buy
the ' 'Genuine Slater Shse'' at Montreal prices is at W. E. Sinclair'!,
the Leading Shoe Store of New
Westminster. *
Change of advt. for Weiler Bros*
arrived too late for this issue.
Changes of advt. must reach this
office not later than Thursday*
Wednesday is preferable.
.���ssss;-".!"--/-'��� * -
	 riTE DJK/TA TIMES, SATtt-RBAY DECEMBER    9, 19^.
THE DL.LTA TIMES.
Pl'BUSilKO  KVHRY SATUK'-MY.
Subscjuption, $1-00 per year.
ABVKRTHS1NO ��A:��S.
Ctaaal AdTcrtiaeqieata, ia cm, * pa; Vine for
Uu.ial ly��..rtion. and i statsl pn line ior each
aakatqaant inaarysHi. Tha amnlx-r at lines
raeknned bj tbe apace -sccapiad, 12 lines to the
lajehs
Jatta ter Commercial A����arti5tni��uti can be
had on application at this oflaa.
Reading aottcea :c catit.* far Uue fs*r. each In-
aarliau.
SURREY COUNCIL.
Birth an- Death no&eca, |M��� Vfartia��ea $i.ao,
Any apacial notice, tke object ol which is 1
promote the pecaalary benefit of any individual
er campany, to be conaMerad aa adycrUnement
 :'y
and ekargad aocording
All a��>artj<
eat ana- paid
All adTartlayniiiiita eh^rgnd far until ordered
Cerraatwadence iu.% jted sn matters oi public
Inierjat. Communicariona to editor must be ac-
������mpaaiad by name af wrker, not necessarily
ar pahhaaUon, bnt aa eridence cf good faith.
Canraapaadaaaa ataat raach tkia oficc by Tkurs-
_hy eTea>ta��.
Gno. R.
Manlky,
Manager.
SATUKBAf,   D-tOSMBES; 9���   I9.P5-
The question is asked: "Where
are the petitions te Abolition of
Wards?"
J.  B.   Burr,  J. A. Paterson and
John McKee are mentioned as desirable candidates  for  the   Reeve
ship.    Which shall it be?
We have heard a good deal about
tke number of wire worms to be
found in a pheasant's crop, but we
.bave never heard any one say how
many potatoes have been discovered in that useful receptacle.
stecosding to "Delta," on another1
page, one wouid need a bullet-proof
f-uit wben travelling in the East
End. When Durham cattle are
mistaken for moose, it is not to be
wondered at that a man should be*
mistaken for an ordinary deer.
According to our Boundary Bay
correspondent, great interest is de-
*el.-p._og ia ishoal matters there.
If things continue in the present.
veiu.alli the residents in that district will be in nomination. Then,
indeed, there will be a hot time.
&0YS AND  GIRLS.
On the afternoon of the iSth of
December caB,aU the office of tbe
Grand Recorder and receive the ad-
mission badge to our Christmas
Tree.- entertainment?, it will admit
yon to the hall, where* you wilt receive a ticket entitling you to a
present from the Christmas Tree.
The-entertainmeut will be held on
the 30th inst. We w ill announce
the hour and place wheu you receive the. badge. All children under ten years of age will be admitted, provided their fathers are
Workman. Bring your fathers and
mothers along;- we-seldom see some
of them. We also desire to meet
the children of deceased Workmen
andl will bt pleased if they will
call and procure badges.���A. 0. U.
W- Record.
Council met in the Town Hall,
Surrey Centre, December 2nd, the
Reeve and all members beiug present.
Minutes of the previous meetit'g-
were read and confirmed.,
COMMUNICATIONS
From Jos. Shannon, saying the
ditch across Milton's laud was uot
deep enough.to give him drainage
and that a small expenditure-would
deepen, ifc about 15 inches. Revived and referred to the Reeve. aj;d
Coun. Boothroyd;
Moved by Co**u. Burnett, seconded by Coun. Wales, that tbe
nominaton be held in the town
hall and that 12- M. Camcross be
appointed returning officer; that
���polls be opened (if necessary) at
Tynehead school house, ward 1;
Clarington Hotel ward 2, Mud Bay
school, house ward 3;, town.: ball,
Surrey Centre, ward 4: Half's
Prairie school house, ward 5; and
that the following deputy-returning
officers shall preside at the respective polling stations: Ward 1, J..
Lockie Brown; ward 2,. J. Churchland; ward 3, John Loney; ward 5,.
Henry Harper, all at the usual remuneration, and that notice of the
election shall be published by one
insertion iu the Columbian and by
posting at the. door ol the town,hall.
Carried.
The following accounts svere passed and cheques issued: Wm. E,
taking, 1-2.05; Wm.. Bothwell, $6;
J. M. Gillis,.. $1,.50; J. Rice, j5io; J.
Edwards, $25* John Johustoti, ��2;
F W. Smith, $125; Geo. H. Wales,
$10; B. D. Smith $1.30; N. V.
Wickersham, $2; C. H. Duark, $6;
Geo. Redmond, $10; J. Boothroyd,
$6; Geo. Nelson,. #10; U, H-iuicl,.
$8; E. C. Johnson $10; A. J.
Peschke, ��8.50; S. Walk.r, $20;
Gus Jonson, $4; Hazelmere Lumber
Co., $7.50;, Wm. Moigau, $25; J.
Keary, $15; I. Woods, $10; C. D.
Nelson, $10.9,5; W. Williams, $20;
J, D�� Cameron, $6.50; Mrs. Francis
Leaper, &15-.
Council then adjourned to meet
again on Saturday, Jannuary 13th,
1906, at 1 p. m. and court of revision ofthe voters list at 120'cloak
m.
A.  O. U.   W.
Delta Lodge, No. 12 meets first
and third Tuesdays of each month
in Oddfellows' Hall.
W. C Pybus, M.W.
Gko. R. Manxky, Recorder.
I.O.O.F.
Delta Lodge, No.. 21 .���The regular meetings of this Lodge are held
every. Wednesday evening- at & p.
in. Visiting Brethren cordially invited to attend.
Fkank Cclus, N.G*.
Dr.. A. A.  King,  Sec.
C. O. F.
Court Frasei No. 398,. meets in
Oddfellow^ Hall, second and last
Thursday .evenings of each month
at 8- o'clock. Visiting Brethren
welcome;
A. YORKE, CR.
I. HUME, R.S.
W. N. Draper,
FROVINCIAI,  LAND SURVEY��**
Room 3, Ellard Block. Kew Westminster.
X~*~-'**��^*"X'i-X'i'X~-W.-*-*. ���**'
? Horse (foods!
*     Our Harness and   Horse Furnishings $
���"Knave long proved reliable, and they are    I
built not.ouly for style but wear.
REPAIRING A  SPECIALTY.
huqh Mcdowell, *
LADNER, B. C
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Fence Posts.
If you require fence pc*.ts just
daop me a line, or call and see
THOS.. ROBERTS*.
Laduer, B.C.
McRAE&Co
HEW WESTniNsSTER, ��. C.
A lull line-of English and Irish
Tweeds and Fancy Trouserings always kept in stock.
sas��**?.ess>��>a*3>**>*2>*a*��&**>*^*a.s��<t.as**3>^s4^.9Hgft.|
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t   .J. HENLEY
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*   NEW WESTMINSTER,    :-:  8. C.
A Manufacturers uf. all kinds oil
* Soda Water, Ginger
.f    Ale axid Summer
I Drinks.
A      Your parsonage solicited
.���.���*��>as��2'.e.s*,y.e>*!��*e*��^se..*��.e.ss)��.��*2��.#.��*��.��..*s��,,
Fashion Stables -
Trucking and  Draying.
Livery  work  of all kinds
tended to promptly.
��t-
Wm Alexander
Ladner. B. e;
Remember the ouly place to buy
the "Genuine Slater Shoe" at Montreal prices is at W. E. Sinclair's,
the Leading Shoe Store of New
Westminster. *
GRIP QUICKLY KNOCKED-
OUT.     .
BRITISH  COLUMBIA FIRST.
Londbn, Dec. $.���The British
Columbia exhibit of apples at Carton Hall today was the finest seen
|n Entland for yeais, the exhibit
covering the- space of; 75, feeb long
.and six feet wide. The Agricultural Society awarded; the province
the gold' medal and eight industrial
exhibitors' medals of lesser value.
Victoria Dec. 5.���Hon F. J. Fulton, acting minister of Agriculture,
.������his afternoon received a cable from.
R. Ml. 5almcT, iii oharge of the
OToyincia.l*fruit display at the exhibition ofithe %oyaIJ.��oi*tieultur*l society in London, siting that the
gold inedihfeof tiie society had been
awarded, to, British Columbia over
all competitor.
"Some weeks ago during tlie severe winter weather  both   my wife
and myself contracted  severe  cole
which speedily atv.*lvoped in*o  the
worst kind of la .rippe with all  its
miserable symptoms, "says .M r, J.. S.
Eglestou of Maple Landing, fowa.
"Knees and joints aching,  muscles
sore, head stopped up, eyes and nose
running,   with alternate   spells of!
ehills and fever.    We bei-an us.ng i
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, aiding the same with a dose of Chain-;
hftrl.ainVStoinach iimi Liver  Tab-i
l��ts,   and  by  its  liberal  use  soon I
completely, knocked out, the grip." j
These  Tablets promote- a. healthy!
action ot the bowels, liver and kid-!
neys   which   is   always   beneficial i
when, five system is congested by  a
cold or attack by tlie grip. For sale
by F. J. MacKenzie,.
GILLEY BROS*,
DEALERS   IN
Wellington Coal.,
Rosebank Lime,
Portland Cement,
Smithy Coal%
Sewer Pipe, Drain Tile,
Etc.
Steam Tug "Flyer" and
Barges tor Hire.
Office: Front St.       Phone 1-6.
New Westminster, B. C.
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Defta Transfer Stable   f
LADNER, B. C, |
SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND  SADDLE HORSES    $
ON SHORT NOTICE t
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Team Work Dome at Specially Lorn Prloes.     ��
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JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor. *
No. 10. i
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DliLI^ TINSMITH 5HOP
The Place for Tinsmithing, Badih Tubs, Stove
Pipe, Conductor Pipe, Roof Plates,, and Everything Else in This, line.
Agent for-
Gurney Foundry Co.'s Stoves.
P. D. Dod's Mixed Paints.
Yoho. Bath Heater.
Just the thing for making water hot for washing dainjt
utensils,, scalding hogs, or for wash day. Every
Farmer".* Wife Should Have Olie��
ROBT. MAY,
Westham Street,
Ladner, B. C.
)���
- III il OF Ml
incorporated 1869.
CAPITAL, - - - $3,000,000
RESERVE. FUNDS,       - - $3���3Q2fc743
TOTAL ASSETS, - -        $31483,625
A General Banking Business Transacted.
New Crop Now Ira Stock
HOME GROWN and imported
GARDEN. FIELD AND
FLOWER SEEDS
Wholesale and RetaiL.
Special Prices to Farmers"Institutes.
Thou.ands of Fruit and Ornamental Trees;
RHODODENDRONSv      ROSES.
GREENHOUSE AND HAfcDY
PLANTS
now growing in my  Nurseries for
iSpring planting.
Eastern prices or less. White Labor.
FERTILIZERS,
BEE HIVES AND SUPPLIES.
CATALOGUE FREE.
M. J. HENRY, Vancouver
3010 Westminster Road.
Savings Bepartment*
Deposits of $1 and upwards received and Interest Allowed at Highest Current Rates.
 55 BRANCHES.	
BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA���Vancouver, Vaaoourer
i-East End, Mt. PTensant; Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland,
Victoria, Vernon, Chilliwack. Cumberland and New Westminster.
L. NT. RICHARDSON, Manager, LADNER, B. C.
ANOTHER CAR OF
Royal  Household
Flour
Just Arrived*
SO. YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Christmas I    Christmas 11
We are Booking Orders now foa
TURKEYS AND GEESE,
place your orders with us, we guarantee not to disappoint you, ar.d
give you Young Birds.
Shipment of Picnic Hams just arrived,. 15c lb.
Delta
Wleat & Commission
Phone a Ladner, B.C.
Bran, Shorts, Etc*
TIhadic Marks
Drsi-N*
COPVBIOHT* 4c.
*��_��"�� ___*__l�������*<* anl -aaarlptlo. na?
i>ila_l�� aaearw-a our opinion frea waether an
aflan laprobablr patentable.   Communion,
atenta
Pauata takan tfiroi
^s��Uerftnn^ Hough Remedy
.lem^sUm, Cnmp ancl WhoopinK Ccugd.
'eif:. :t>... '-.   ���
 itly
Mt Hm. Oljaat ��r.ncT fofaacSrTnL
Pauata takao tfiroajh Munn AT
���P��_al mum, *Ittaout e.iir��a, la tho
Sckttiific American.
iS5Hte*5��P!Sr1��ii*J** ."**,������)r. I^irgart elr.
onlsUlan It any MtanUBa Journal. Tanaa, 13 a
ifiliij��rSa��*i'*1' SoWHjalUawadealera
MUNN &Co.��,"'�������-Kew York
Kjwtenta.
Co. raoalra
I 9
V-si i
If you want a nice new
Buggy, up-to-date in
every respect, or if the
one you have needs
painting, call at
P. BAKER'S Ne-showroorns-
A Full Line of���
Fruit Jars,
Jar Rings,
Jelly Glasses.
HOB II ���
-^AT- THE DEL'
TIMES, SATURDAY, D:
[BER 9,  _��Ki:
p.      ��..iBiaa-j   a..i i mem '���'	
CHURCH   NOTICES,
AM. SAINTS.
(Anglican.)
Holy Communion ��� .Sundays,
8:30 a.m. ist Suuday iu month,
11 a.m.
Matins, 11 o>" clock.
Evensong, ~ n'clock.
Sunday bcboolat ro u,iii,
Friday, evening set vice 7'3.o>
Uev�� 7o.i!un iiiltwii. vicar.
CATHOLIC
Reverend Patter Ivlur. P.ytavin,
O.M.. 1. Sesvicvs first and third
Sunday of each month at 10:30 a m
Benediction, 7:30 p.m.
Rev. J. Wagner,
Parish Priest.
MUTI-OB-ST,
Services next Lord's Day at 11
a. 111.and 7:30 p.m.
Class meeting, 10.30 a.m. every
Sunday.
Sabbath School at 2 p ra every
Sunday. Prayef meeting every
I Thursday evening at 7..3P.
Rev. J. F. Betts, pastor.
ST. ANDRKW S PRESBYTEKIAN
ServicesnextLord'sDayat3p. H
Sabbath School  at 2 p n_     Midweek meeting on Thursday evening
, at 7.30 o'clock.
Rev. A. McAuley,, Pastor.
BAPTIST.
Sabbath services at Ladiier at 11
[ a.m. and 7p.n1.     *
Sunday .School at 10 *. nfc.
Prayer uiee ing on Thursday al
' 7.30 p. ,m..; choir practice at 3.
Jas. A. B.utau., pastor.
A CERTAIN CURE FOR
CROUP.
I' When a child shows symptoms of
f eroup there is. no time to experi-
'tnent with new remedies, no matter
how highly theymay be recomvnend*
' ed. There is one preparation that
[can. always be depended upon.    It
Btae- been iii use for many years and
I has never been known to fail, viz:
I.Cbamberlain's Cough Remedy. Mt.
{}��, F. Compton, of Market, Texas,
psays of it, "I have used Chamber-
IIain's Coueh Remedy _u severe
���..cases ofcooap with my children, and
1 can fr nth folly say it always gives
(prompt rdfet" For sale by F. J.
'MacKenzie.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
(Westminster Branch)
Time Table
Cars leave Weatmiuatcr lor Vauaonver at 5.50
ui a.jo a.m. aud heurljt thereafter   until 11 p.
nl.; Saturdays amilSuiulays at 11 p.m.
Cars.lea.re Vancouver for Westminsters at 5.50
' aud 6.50 11. m. and hourly thereafter uutil 10 p.
"' 1,; Saturdays and SuudayH ut 11 p.m.
FREIGHT  CARS.
Wa run -rit-class. freighti cars between Went*
.minster and Vancouver and all shipments are
f bandied with, bhe utmost rare and delivered to
l\consi*fn��e without delay Special attention paid
1 to fruit shipments. Oui wagons meet aU boats
.'aad trains.   For rates, etc. apply, to.
D   A. SHII.KS. F. R. GLOVER
'.,       Traffic Mgr. Local Mgr.
K/ Westminster. S. C.
ha
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mt\y^it$4d 1
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^^d^^^ekd ���-������ K ���-v td0l
For Sale.
Ft( 1 7s t.) 100 cords of woo), at
tl.e J itidary Bav ranch. Price,
;-.'.-��� ird on the ground,
J. GRAUER.
NOTICE.
mgmsii.
'%LWe
&
The
Tide Largest?
"he Cheapest
Stock   of   Xmas Novelties.
Don't forget ths Christmas Drawing,
Saturday, Dec. 23rd. at 9 p.m.
NO. ...:.-. HEREBY GIVEN,
Tiia? *7 'v !���> after date I intend
to '<���   ���:   thief Commissioner
of LaiK..* -M: Works for permission
t�� purchase iuo small unnamed Islands 'vim.: wtft-south-west about
half (J_) mile from District Lot No.
Five Hundred at d Thirty-two (532),
Group JI (2), New Westminster
District, am' coi tainingin all about
250 acres ot land, more or le?s. I
have tliis dav staked and posted a
copy ol this notice on above lands.
Dated at Port Guichon this 4th
day ol November, 1905.
W. J. LEARY.
Ownership of Stmg. "Bnalnen.*
One of tbe peculiar thinus ubout :���
copyrighted play le tbat any little pic��
of business or any new Huos which
may be Inserted ln tbe niauusc-rip
while a stock company ls playing the
drama belong thereafter to the man
wbo owns tbe copyright.
Eveiy tima a stock company rents a
play for production from the owner of
the copyright lt ls cut. Interlined ami
added to liefore it is produced. A stage
manager, for Instance, may interpolate
some speeches In order to work up to
(he Introduction of a so;ig or specialty,
or be may strengthen the climax by
putting In some new and strong lines
Often these Interpolated Hues prove to
be tbe most striking In the play ami
make decided hits. If they are left in
when the manuscript soes back to Its
owner, they become bis property absolutely and may not be used hy tho
man who wrote tliem In any other pro
due tion; therefore shrewd managers,
before they return a ploy to its owner,
always take great pains to erase every
scrap of correction or Interlineation,
In this way only may they keep what
really belongs to tbem.-
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XMAS   ANNOUNCEMENT.
5000 Telegraphers
M____n        NEEDED
Annually* t��> fill the- new positions
.reated by Railroad and Telegraph
:ocnpanies.     We   want   YOUNG
['MEN and LADIES of good habits to
t, LEARN TEI-EQRAPHY
AND R. R. ACCOUNTTNa . . .
K We furnish 75 per cent, of the
lOperators and Station Agents in
[America. Our six schools are the
largest exclusive Telegraph Schools
I'm the world. Established 20 years
��nd endorsed by <dl leading Rail-
ray Officials.
We execute a $23*0. Blond to every
htudent to furnish htm or her a
['position paying from $40 to $60 a
['mouth Uft States east of the Rocky
Mountains, or from $75 to $100 a
Imotith in States we.*��t of the Rockies,
[immediately upon gradttaluon.
Students can enter a>t any time.
Io Tacations. For full particulars
{regarding any of our schools write
^direct to our executive office at
Cincinnati, O.   Catalog\ic free,
ie H sim tf liny
rmciunati, Ohio.       BufFalo, N.Y
[Atlanta, Ga.   ���. .       LaCros.��, Wi^
I'ye^arksuia, Tex. San Fiancisco.Qs*,
Marshall Smith.
Christmas and New Year will soon bs here
Bringing to all much happiness and joy
And Santa Claus with his Reindeer
\\ ill visit every girl and boy.
A busy old man is jolly Saint Nick
And needs the beft help he can find
So he sends of his stock the very best pick
To the store that he thinks the right kind.
He sends presents suited for young aud old
And ol every color, shape and size,
Where with purses of pennies or filled with gold
One can procure a remembrance thf.t will prove a prize.
Headquarters of Santa, in Ladner, will be
At F. J. Mackenzie's Drug Store
And if you will call I am sure you will see
That his :;oods are as choice as ever before���
���V. R. SANTA CLAUS.
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YEA
Win
GRAND
ss
lacKenzie's
PRIZE = CONTEST
Competition Closes Saturday Evening,
December 30th,  1905.	
'��� ,***��������� 1.1 ���    ;   ��������� ���������'      ' ' , *       ���****-***���**��>
We carry a most Complete and Up-to-Da*e Stock of Dry Goods and Gents'
Purni8hmgs and at prices which can't be beat anywhere.
HRST PRIZE,
SECOND "
THID    "
fOURTH "
HfTH    "
$50 IN GOLD.
-20
IS
10
5
u
it
it
it
Svery P^cha^er of ONE   DOLLARS'  WORTH of  GOODS  will  receive  ONE
TICKET.
Tickets to be given ONLY for Cash Purchases.
nzie
ods Store.
Tke Poo* Doc.
��� Parisian clothes dealer kicked a
dof out of bi* shop. Tlie dog sLot oat
with tome rapidity and kicked over
a woman with a Jue of milk. The
woman broke tbe jug and upset aa
elderly 2entle-.au, and the jug ent
both of tbem. At that moment a cy-
ellst arrived nnd was thrown off u!i
macliliit* try the prostratv f.^-nrps, e:k!
almultaneonsly a cart fame up and
smashed the bicycle. The tragintrate
blaLdly advised the tmMre Ssiaad u
proceed against the dojr. mid tliry ure
dow looking for it.���Loudon (^lebe.
I'lrntjr on llsinrl.
"You v.-oiilrt get nlor.B :i great
better if you didn't get so exelfrfd."
the culm man to his inuici'le fi
"Can't you loavn to Iceop your tem;
���'Keep my temper!  Well. 1 -������ -'���
retorted the other.   "I'd  have y...
derstand tbat 1 keep niiM*��* :������ i-���
one day tl.p.n you Iin ~e in your
Biou during a whole year!"
rV-al
k:U<1
<.-, i.
Taken mt Ilia Word.
He (after marriage)���What! Ton
bave no fortune? Vou unld over nod
over again that you were iifraii! -mids
one would marry you for your nx-.i.< y.
Sbe���Ye��; aud you ��ald over and over
again tbat you would be happy '.vitij
me if I hadn't a cent Well. I havou't
a cent
Hyphen  Sneered* llj-mpn.
The Professor���They have traveled
wifely along the huppy jouraey until
now their hopes are about to be realized.
Mrs. Malaprop-^YcB, Cupid, the god
of love, must now give wuy to 1J.> iiheu,
the god  of matrimony
jColdsj
i
It should be borne in mind that
every cold weakens the lungs, lowers the vitality and prepare* the
system for the more serious diseases, among which are the two
greatest destroyers of human life,
pneumonia and consumption.
Chamberlain's *
Cough Remedy I
has won its j,'rc��t popularity by Hs ���
prompt cures of this most common ��
ailment. It aids expectoration, jte-
lievcs tile lungs and op.--.nn the
secretions, effecting a speedy and
permanent cure. It counteracts
any tendency toward pneumonia.
��   Price 25c, Large Size 50c.    .
^Mi��iifnii   iiiomssmeBaaamaaatamr,
CLUBBING OFFER.
  '?
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
Raview of Reviews  3 ce
Cosmopolitan    1 co
Delta Times   1 co
The whole of the above will be
given for the very small sum of ��4.
According to The Commercial,
���f Winnipeg, the visible supply of
oats in the United States and Canada, east of the Rocky Mountains,
is 28,598,000 bushels, compared
with 24,234,000 bushels a year agq.
NOTICE.
The firm of Baker & Taylor.
carrying on business as blacksmiths, having been dissolved on
this, tbe 15th day of November,
all accounts due the said firm must
l>e paid, on or before Decembef 15th,
to the undersigned, by whom ^1
bills will be settled.
G. T. BAKEr.
Ladner, B. C��� Nov. 15, '05.
LS
Time Table.
Train leaves Cloverdale at mo
p.m. and arrives at Port Guichon at
2:20 p.m.
Train leaves Port Guichon at
2'4<o noon ancl arrives at Cloverdale
at 3=55 P-in-
Mondays only.
There are two through passenger trains per day each way to and
j from Seattle and a  mixed  train to
!and from Bellinjjliaiu*. THE DELTA    TIMES, ~ATITT-DAY, Ij^V^vXV. 9, '&>��
LOCAL,. XfiWH-
aflsl
GmrdL
J. Pont went over  t*\". ncourer
on Monday.
W. Smillie and wife visited Van-
e.mer Thursday.'
C. H.'Davis  peid   a  visit to the
Terminal City oa, Monday last.
W. H. Ladner and  wife  spent a
ttpupte days in Victoria this week.
F. W. Harris*, and soo, Bert, returned ou the Rithet on Wednesday.
Miss Teaa MacKay,. of Vancou-
f r, is a visitor at Mrs. John MacKenzie' s.
Alf. Coleman paid a short busi-
aess visit to tbe Royal City ou
Monday.
Mrs. John McKee visited; the
Terminal City this week,, returning
Thursday..
Oswald Auld,. representing T. N.
Hibben & Co.,, of Victoria visited
Here, this week, on business.
Last Tuesday night these was.
a lair number present at the sacred
song service. Mr., and Mrs. Ban-
ton led in the singing of a, number of choice gospel songs, and
al.a> rendered a, number of beautiful solos the congreatiuu. joining in
the choEUses.
Next Tuesday evening there
while be a musieal and literary programme prepared, the best local,
talent will take part, cake and
Qoffee will be served. A collection
will be taken, up, in aid ofthe work..
The Sunday School scholars are
working faithfully, on thi* programme for Pec. 22nd inst. A
pleasing part ot tbe arran ;ements
wiil be an old fashioned Brick fireplace, each scholar will receive
a candy brick. The admission
charged will, be a useful book for
the Sunday school library or 25
cents. All the scholars of the Baptist Sunday School wiH be admitted
free, others ten cents. AIL will received a present
THi
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7^
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eYe\',
New Westminster, B. C,
GREAT OPPORTUNITY.
C. A*. R'ainsford; wholesale fruit
and commission merchant; of Van-
eouverr paid a shoit business visit
here this week.
IT. Cosmswi, oi Varrcouver, spent
4 day among the pheasants, this
week, in company witb his brother-
iii-law, W. A. Kirklandv
T7 THirkie was arouad town on
Tuesday after being confined to the
house, during the past week or so,
with.erysipelas in the face.
Rev. Jy F. Betts went, up to the
_U>yarCity. on Wednesday in order
tip attend a meeting of the Board of
Directorsiof Columbian College.
Bev. A. MaAnley went over to
the Terminal City, &n Monday, to
attend the-aieeting'of the Presbytery in session in First Presbyterian
Church.
From now until the 30th December you can get your picture taken
at the "Old Stand" next to May's
Tin Shop: Cabinets, $3.50 per day;
small size, $1 per dozen.
Notice of Rcmovii
Having removed my place of
business into new and more commodious quarters at the cornerrop-
posite the Oddfellows'* Block, on
Delta street, I hope to meet all my
old patrons and as many new ones
as wish to patronize an up-to-date
shoery.
J. REAGH,,
Ladner, B..C.
Stand on m Ohair
���   ���
And you can almost see Christmas We figured
on this months ago1, and bought accordingly,
and now you have a splendid assortment of
goods of interest to .all who remember
Christmas;
mm
McBrld&
When You Want to Ship or Store Your Produce or .Live Stock.
PRESENTS FOR I HUH PRESENTS FOR illlS
Grain E!i��w��Bior
Capacity 500 Tons
Warehouse
Space 24,000 Square Feet
NOTICE.
Why Not Blanket?.
Blankets, form an equally import-
suit factor with beds and stoves ia
the making of a home and, therefore, are very acceptable as gifts,,
asnd you can't do Better than buy
them at the Casft. Store our prices
ore like this- S3.00,. $3-,5��v. ,$4.25,.
$4*75- t'S~5��< #6*5o and up, and*
every blanket is worth the price.
Or Comforters.
Our prices on- Comforters will
stand comparisons with the lowest.
Wadded' Comforters, covered with
fancy silkaline, size 6*2x72 $1.75
Better Comforters, $2.00,. $2.50,
$2.90, $3.50 and $5,00,
Pav.da-.vn Comforters, covered
with sateen, silk or satin, $5.50,
$6.50, $7.50, $8.50 and- up.
For t'o Children.
Utnbrel'as are verv useful and
quite acceptable as-gifts. We have
them with fancy knobs, crooked
and square handles at 75c.
Better ones at $1.00, $1.25 and
$.���.50.
For Young Ladies.
Dainty Neckwear,
Trefouse Gloves���the best,
Lace Handkerchiefs.
Belts.
Swell Umbrellas.
Umbrellas..
RATES  ON APPLICATION*
������^������^���TITrTri'.'Tm'T^^
.&*tf_d_71#9.�� F
For Mothers.
Umbrella Shawls,
Pur-v
Blouses,
Cushions,.
Purses.,
Silk. Skirts,
lackets,
Shirt Waist Sets,
Readv-to-Wear Hats,
Hosiery,
Underwear    and   many    other
articles both useful and ornamental.
We have just opened our large stock  oi' Xmas Novelties
3j and have a splendid assortment of those dainty little hand-made
things  which make such a nice  gift for   the friend  who, is so
fastidious.
Handkerchief,   dove, Tie  and Pfrcto Cases,
Pin   Cushions,  N*3dls  Books,  Etc.,
All  Hand   Painted..
Call Early and Have the Choice.
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THE WHITE _K0UU.,
IA J. BIRTCH, - New Westminster
B B    afmtB    ^IwlBEmfla
VZ3SSSiKj&@%?m--7?Z*
On account ot dogs worrying
sheep on my property, I intend set--
ting;out poison thereon. !
Owners of dogs will govern themselves accordingly.
W. H. LADNER.
Elioni Btodie soltf 20 acres of
liind*. hi the rear* of Geo. Paddon's,
en the sSlottgh road, to Fred Taylor.
The sum of $2,500 being the purchase, psjee.
Mrs R-. Moffit returned' home
on ThursdayNalter, spending a day
���r two visiting her sister, Mrs.. G..
T. Baker, who accompanied her to
Westmifis'er.
STRAYED
Onto-   my   premises   about   two
mon ths.agQ>. one recl-and'-white-Calf.
Owner may have same by prov-j
ing property and paying expenses,
W. R. ELLIS.
Mrs. Moffat* arrived here-) on j
Wednesday, on her return home te*
Greenwood, B* C'., from a visit to:
3an Francisco, and is the guest ot j
her daughter, Mrs. Robt. May.
Mrs. Clark aanie over, from Van-i
aouver, on Tuesday, and wilt be j
the guesfeof Mrs. Woolery during j
l|er stay here, after? which she in-1
tends, visiting CUlitucnia. for the
winter months.
tfrs. C fc Bntoa,
Voice ancf Piano
Pupils prepared foi������ Concert. Chureh
and Home.
Special Attention- Given to Voice-
placement,   Tone-productiun
aud Expression..
m ii m if 1.
At uo initial cost, private in-dnv-idu-ils or basinesa
niea can- put their .'iii_pbrtan.t papers and v-aluabk-s in a
secure and convenient place.
This is a boon to ttrcse \viro do not possess a safe,,
and to families travelling.
These boxes, are accessible during, all business Btoura
to the renter, who  holds the key.
RATESs   $1.50 per.yoar.
*
" New Westminster, B. C.
The most liberal offering eve?
made to the public ��f British Columbia..
Everyone has a chance, and
everyone gets full value received,
whether one of the main prizes be
drawn or not. Read this pamphlet carefully and always keep its
contents in, mind whenever yott,
want anything in the musical line.
For Terms and' Lesson Hours.Apply at Temporary Residence,
Mrs. A. B. Barber's, Ladner.
Xmas, Xmas,, Xmas.
Whati couldii pleas* the Boys and  Girts more than one of tlie
followiii" :���
Weare giving awny, absolutely-
free, the following valuable prizes,,
totalling $525.00:-
rst Prize. Your Choice ot���-
One Nordheimer Piano,
worth   $45G
Or    One    New    Scale
Williams Piano, - - -
worth
2nd Prize, One .Sousa Talko-
phonc and Records, - -
worth
3fd   Prize,   One Violin and
Outfit,   - - - -	
worth.
Write for particulars of'
Drawing to    ���    -.   -    -
45G
so
Cut Glass,
Silverware,
Watches
And ali kinds of Jewelry
suitable for
Christmas Presents.
JL Clausen,
LADNER,  B. C.
Violin Outfits,.'.	
Guitar Outfit	
Mandolin Outfits...
Banjo Outfits	
Flutes,    Ctarioiieiis,
Blageol.is,     PisEOlos*
Whistles....
Aaeor-deose*-...
ffi'Bimophatie..*.
Musk* Holder...
 $4.50, to, f 35.00.
.- $7-5<>' I"' $40.00*.
��... $7*5�� to-?35-oo
,-,,..,.......$7.00 to.$49.00*
CtOrnets, \
l    sets t��, $40106
...S1.75 to $15.00.1
..13.50 to $35.00,--
I.50   cO; $   3.OO-,
558 Granville St.,,
"V/aacojiver..
Mou-di Organs ,.      25c to,$1
Wm, EVANS l CflLLAGHSN;
A.  "qfJ. Seymour, Manager,
It 8018 IH I. (L
: ���.."-1 ��� .-.'!.'.!'��� ..���.���!-.���.'.������'-.���-.- J
1 nil ii niii Vt> -a * 1 ilii if i-
CHRISTMAS
THOUGHTS
naturally turn to the
subject of Gifts and
"���'"--ii ni.-ii 11 n��i"
Bohs up serenely as of yore���*
and is not easily disposed of.
"WORTH  WHILE
���*>
si   is the "Why" of a little booklet, just issued,
'i   made to meet just this difficulty, that always
crops up in the matter of Gift Giving.
Send for it to-day.    It is fre5.
Weiler Bros., Victoria, B.
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