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Vol.
No.   .4.
LADNER, B. C, SATURDAY. JULY 7, 1906.
SI .CO >�����
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in
OBITUARY.       MP-SH00���(i.      THE BAND.
��?��M#S
Another
Shipment
of Ladies' Neckwear just arrived
fresh from the manufacturers, insuring the very
Newest on the Market.
itario
lSmitl_.
' day oieroiug from the family resi-' Oliver whose
I dence on t'fcr Slough road when a | better than 92.
: larue number ��1 friend,  turned out j 	
Nice Range of Summer Dress Goods in fine wools, and silk and;^ *t^l?Z\V^���\�� _<��
wool mixtures, wool Taffetas, Orepalines, etc., in Suit lengths, also silk ri-e wa. conducted by Key. j. f
I  Hr-tt si.
braids and ruchings, etc., for trimmings.
A nice stock of Ribbons in the new Dresden effeots, all widths,
mst placed in "stock.   See them.
The death occurred, on ?ntiir<!a)- i In tiie trap-shooting contests held One ofthe most plea__..t outings
evening la t. ot George Paddon, at Vancouver on July 2nd, the re- 'taken by the Rand thi. season was
nfter a lingering .Hues., at il e a^e presentatives of the Ladner Gun 'the trip toCresceit Island on Wed-
of 60 j-ars. Club met with considerable success,   nesday evening last.
Mr. Paddon was bora ,-.t Kelle- The team prize, which was the Leaving Ladner sharp at 8
cott, Bfoadwbod, Devonshire, Eng- most important event contested, o'clock with a well filled rig and
land, where he married Mies Mary .'was won by the I.adner team ; in strong team, the majority ot" the
A--- Newbury, vritli whom he competition with team.-;Irom Seattle, village contingent of the Band
left for America. After spending [ Bellingham, Victoria, Vancouver might have been seen starting far
_T> ut ten y- ar*. in th- Sia'ei. they and New Westminster, Several their rendravou. followed bv otbart
tried Hritish Co'aml.ia ancl had minor event, were also won by | who preferred trusting to their ewn
only been here a! out ro years bit members of the lecal organization.! driving rather than that of tbe jehtt
in that'time rl ee.red had gathered The members of the I.adner Gun in charge of the larger convevence.
quite a nice little���bom', together Clubcompetiug were: H. J. Hutch-! Arriving, after a most enjoyable
and (verythiug vas .oi-:,.: along ersen, T. II, Oliver, E. A. Bown. drive om, at the Crescent Island
nicely when his health ^aveway.T. Sbortreed, II. McCormick, E. | school house it was found that
ending in his death as above noted, j Beadieston and VV. IJ. Wilson. The every arrangement had been made
The t'uoeral took [lace on Mon-; best  average  was made by T. H, i lor the comfort of the Band, an im-
score   was
. per cent.
Sweet    Cider���VV.    JJ
tile, protsptu stand having beea eon-
J strncted while the Island Lighting
iCo., Ltd., had turned on their full
power for the ot.ca.ion.
A little before nine o'clock ever/
member was in his p!.ir�� fl0d Fred
Land started the- programme with a
a j couple of rousing marches foUawed,-
_w
This is where we are strong.
in whfjtei,' tans and black shades.
''     ��� ���   '   '  , W. A. Kirkland, Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
. Foilh, A. Purmitrr.
Crosses*���Mr.  ami   Mrs.   W.   R.
i Kills, Mr. and  Mr-i. I. Whitworth.
'  j    llotiquets��� Mr. and  Mrs. C.  If.
f Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Leaning, Mr.
land   iVr-.   Vatil-y,  Mrs.  T.   Mc-!
See our lines of Lace and Lisle Hose Ne?*.-*' uia* Nichqiwn. Miss vida]
Abbott, Misses Kirkland.
call-bearers    weic:   Chas.;     FOUND���On    Tuesday   last
Arthur, R. C. .Abbott, T. W. Kerr, | lady'* black cape. Apply this office.' by a long list of selection! and other
popular  music  wuich lasted  until
.0:30.
I    U'c noticed some of tho faaXh
and  beauty, who  were prese_rt itt
enjoying tame ei tht
W. R. Ellii, C. II. J.avis
Atrou-j   those   w : ��. s
trih'jtrs  were:   Wreath*?-
Mrs. !���'. C. Abbott,   Mr.
J.   It lis.;
mt  for.l;
-Mr. aid
and Mrs.
Mr. aud .Mrs. T. J. Armsttong,
of New Westminster, are visitors
at Dualeith.
T. Paterson has 'lost Lis care*
worn look siuc. the arrival ot another promising youug carpenter to
assist bira in h:r. labors.
Fbi*
��_ ��� ��
'ranee Exams.
Men's Bepartment.
V This is Bathing Weather and this is the place to purchase your
Bathing Suits.   We have them in all styles.   PRICES RIGHT.
Fi llowiug is the result ol the]
Entrance Exams, held heteandatl
Clovtrdalj Centre which speaks]
for itself:
Delte���Number of candidates  i,:
ra.sed   1.    Frederick   G.   Weaver,
617
great fore-.*
two-steps in a most Uteiy manner
on a fl-u.i- weli tetpelth witk white
clover.   .
To wind up a rery \ lensant even-
j iug the  la.ie*-- of the district he&
j provided   refreshments  in  a   Brest
lavish manner in  the school hemm
'where the Band aud o *.*>_������.  were
: hospUal.y ei.ierTa_ri.-d .viih  *trJMf��
berries aud cream and all  kind, ef
good   things.     A rote  of  thinks
 ~" " having been passed for the kindly
Mr. and .Mrs. C. H. Morrow and feeling shown the nierabrrs tilth*
wife, of Vancouver, spent Sunday Band, en adjournment was made to
visiting at Imperial Kami guests ofj the rig*, which were soo a trwndling
reaching the village aa
Annual Orangemen's Ser'vi
morrow   eveirng   at   I'rf-C'
Church, leaving I. 0.. 0,
at 7.15, escorted by  ..and
to*
>yteri-_u
F.   Hall
Mr and Mrs. Sam Morrow.
Qui
lc���Number of candidates)
1,7.
Our Shoe Department is a Paradise of
Rest for Wean/ feet -	
No Trouble to Show Shoes.     No Shoes to Show Trouble
Mars
WFLL WORTH  Kl'.ADlNG.
Our linker makea Short Bread
1
'Scones, etc.���W. H. Smith.
"All Hallows iu the West,"   thej
peried'cal published at All Hallows' i    Commencing on 10th July,   the
School at Yale, Ascensiontide mini- jKojal Bank will open on Tuesday
!ber.  contains two   very   excellent ia,ld Frida* evenings from 7,30 to
|8.-;o o'clock, for two months
1 ns     ...
lessays by two ot our own yotn
This
jwiil give j'ou a chance to open   a
tolk wbich reflect grett credit upon ;Sa<illj;H Account.
[ both ^teacher* ami  sch-lars.    Miss j
Rich   takes   for hrr subject "Thej
1 Kastcr Music at All  Hallows" and   BRAN,   SHORTS,   Whole   Cora,
(Miss Honeys-nan's subject was "The!    Cracked  Corn,   Rice Meal, .Chit
: 1, paised 1.    Give Cairne.-, 7 (J.
Ladner���Number of candidate*
: 10, passed 7. Lena Learv, _ 12, Ada
Leary, 68oj Herbert liim-r, 641:
1 Margaret MacKenzie, 6j^; Warren
I Livingstone G20; Minerva Smith,
! 576; Olive Wliitworth 576.
Westham���Number of candidates
' 4, passed _',   Louis Tamboline, 5-70;
Ruth Cederberg, 551,
Cloverdale ��� Number of candi-
| dates 2, passed 2. Roma K. Caru-
' cross, 762; Elmer Carncross, 740.
Surrey Centre���Ntimber of catidi-!
dates  1, passed  t.    Allie Wright,
.x-)'- 	
GULI-'sSIDK SCHOOL.
ROLLS  OI-   HONOR.
i     Deportment,   Henrietta   Masoa;j
: , ___   Proficiency,   Violet  Gibbie;   Regu-j
AT LAST. Ilarity    and     Punctuality,    Willie
  j Gibbie. \
Word has been  received  notify-:  '	
ing the Council that J. Mart-:.., K. MfM McNcdr. we understand,
C. or someone representinj; lhat k- placecUn Qfdtr with P. D, Mc.
firm will be present at the next; DonaM {0 wirc ��������� ,ke prop.rtT be.
Council meeting to lay before tkat J j-^j^^ t0 her rea(Jy ,0r the eiec-
botaewarti
the right Bide of 12 o'clock.
No doubt, encouraged.by the stic-
ccssofthis little outing, the Hand
will, befoie the end oi tha ne..*on,
visit r.-ifcer parts of the Delta, and
they are  at lea*H assured bv their
       " reception   at  Crescent Island  that
Through au oversight notice wan they i old iio .-small place in the es-
not made last week ef the arrival teem of the peaple as a popular or-
ofason and  heir   wkich  accounts! gaiuV.ation.
for   the   beaming   cwtiiileiiance of 	
Rock Pybus.
The Baptist Convention will be
held iu New Westmin-ter nexl
week. It is expected that : everal
t!elegate*i hem here wil! attend.
On Tuesday last  tiie  Methodist
; and   13apti_t  ,Sii��il��v  schools  held
their   annual   picnic   at   Grauer's
Beach, where a verv  i��leasant  day
was paised with the lirual sports.
are certainly
La.t  eveaiug
rlie 'J'u'iii bfougTit t{ut\c a mm*
over   Itom'   \Venth_-j    J-lnad
Smith
G. W. Walker, who has be-n
spending his vacation visiting
lrieads at the Terminal City and
Point Robeit-, ratura. to hi.-* c!utie��
ou Mouday next, at W. Wilter's
R. C. Abbatt bas raised 7'**-> pure
bred Buff Orpington chickens tbis
..easan ami also piirtiiased 60 beehives and intends going int* the
honey biisness next season.
Tke Band csncerh
drawing the crowd.
Cha
ber
while Harry Birr, el Haj-*.iVe,
brought the followiaf luge number of younij folk*, -own - ��� hit
launch: Misses Rnby Price, Haxe.
Price, Audrey'Price, Gretn Gilla��-
Her-, \ etd Gillandern, Keue tto-
Lean, Jessie Rowan, Panay B��rr,
Bene Bun, Lily Bntr with Use.
Harry Burr as chajeroM ea&
Messrs. Prank Reicheuk cfc, CUr��
eitce McLean, Si. Ua'ol_M-t_
In,) Hanis, Hugh E. Burr, Alvia
.1. Abney, Thos. Husband, Pred
- Lan I, Rae Small, Th**. Cnldle,
llativ 1'trr, A. K. Bnir.
.ittle
Influence of Books ou Character," '
both of which show, in a marked |
degree, the high  ideals which' have ,
I been clioseu by these young ladies'
[rjnd which cannot fail to produce a
[good and la.stin* modtl i
Rice. Chick Feed. Timothy and
Clover Seeds, Sutton's Garden
and Field Seeds may be obtained
at Srackman-Ker Milling Co.'s
warehouses, Ladner, Irom Mr.
II. -N  RICH, Local Agent.
body, a scheme I'or supplying this!
district with .  fresh   wster supply
from ths mountain streams,
livervone interested in a pure
watet sui ply should attend next
Saturday.
Hotust yet! yesterday
f^hc shade.
\vi^', ,.t in
"haniberiais's Cough Remedy
*����*CrsMt, Ctcmi- M-* ^s��_ss��.pl��||[ Cenftt. _
trie light.
Jas. Follis had the misfortune to
lose a fine   heifer this week.     By
some unaccountable means the au
  innl broke its leg while walking
,,   , 1 on the Monko.au raad.
Wew-uld call   the  attention  oil
the Council to the dan^eraus con-, ~~~
! dition of a railroad   crossing oven     Word   hss    beeu   received   that
the ditch on the  Monkman  rend,! Allan, the young son nf Rev. I.
there being a hale shflicientlv laiiie  Manuel,    has   won   the   Faster,'
to tjermit of a  person foiling into I Towtudnps Bank's medal tyt   th-
The Sui-div School scholars p!
St. Andrew'* Presbyterian Church
he'd their annual picnic on Mon
dar las', at Graiier's li.uch, when ��
very pies'. 1-! day sv_s spjnt ni
games, batlu'ujj- r.efresbjuenfs, etc.
is wirTeriaf
u
Two boys here tried an experiment the other day, of destroying
burdocks The burdock was cut
down   below   th��   surface   and   a
Guy Taylwr
1   broken   arm  the
sn   Sundar last.
on. Richard McBririe^pent v.-***
lay Kt tlie Port nn busine-s ''�����_>���
led *r;t'ii   the fstat? ��i  tVe late
I . MeJ-ride.
No arrnnjjemeutsce.Bld i�� :iv*--ra*ir
* made with the railroad  Yer-  m
ta'
Ml
the ditch
culvert.
thrc-u*h the companv'
dullest marks
���ent Itig.1 Sr1v
obi
iiii
Ki
*d at the re
ranee 1' ������ .:'���-.
lespooniui ot coal
K-,e riot wi-'i the d *^
that the Inirdock is 1
Can;,da tlustic suffered
H'i.!f'r same t'c'on.-::'
ippl
ed
to
c,
i'-rv
ail
excursion
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_j .roi ^ *^ TIIE DP1.TA TIMES, SATURDAY, JULY ;, 1906.
THE DELTA TIMES.
.*UUI.IS.I*.L>   l.VKKY   RATUKOAV.
THliY Al.L KNEW   HOW.
_k)uscKJi'TioN, SLW per year.
4_M'l.-tnSJNt'. HATES.
Casual ���s_Te.ti_eme.it!-. io c-nis pet Une foi
Ihe firm lo-3rt,on, nud j .cnt_|ier line l'�� cu'li
���Uhnequeot llis>'itio". The mimli'-r nt liu.��
Reckonedby^hc space occupied, i2liuc_io Uie
null.
Jst-ile, Jot Com mcivlal  ��dve.��Us_ltl��u_-S ;
kfttl .in application *t this, ���_ri_..
. o!il
and
girl,
ilraiil.
"l-t>r;
���A'lu'ii Cleopatra, wis
Got yas'   one   nlgllt
pearl,
All   frugal   folk   cried  ->t 11,
shame?"
Rut marvelled al her just Hit- same,
n be ! And she was right and she was w.se ';
To thus tret in and advertise.
k. tiling notices :w cent, per line lev eucli in-
t.iuon.
nuth uiirt Death notices, _q_., Mty.rii. ge��f).��o.
AnT special notice, tlu- i.l.rct of wliicli is to
pio lute llic pecmiij-r*. Sen. tit ���>! ftny itidlvHiml
01 i- /tnpaiiy', to be coimidereil -" uurci-lsemcnt
��� mi cliarKol accordingly.
411 ailvt-itis.-inf_is charged tor until ordered
out and niad .m.
CoWe-jiondejiei Invited on mutter* ol public! 1*0 thus g��}t ill and advertise
iaitrrsi. Conw��iuiiicalious to editor ituisit he ac-
conipniiit-d by mime of wn.-rr, n��it n.-ci-swirih
Am pnbhention, but as evidence- of Rood faith.
__s��irrespondoncc mltsst risnch this, oflice by Tiims-
*1V rv��nlllg.
When Cheops made his subjects bid
Oi contracts lor a p\r.ituid,
He pot a tomb well worth a king,
Though not a verv useful thing,
But he was righl and he was wise
Gko.  R.
Maklkv,
Manager.
'9A_T_*r>A-y,   JUL*
'IIY  NOT
H)06.
When old Diogenes began
Pot hunting for an honest mau
; His chances for success were slim;
But folks began discussing liim���
Ami ho was right ami he was wis-
To thus gd iu and advertise,
I When Dr. Johnson made a spree
Oi forty-seven cups ol tea
He surely showed his savoir lair-
By having Mr. l_osw-.ll there;
And he was right and he was   wise
To thus get in and advertise.
'Tis sad, but it is true, the same,
Peaches!
Peaches!
Leave your Order for Preserving
Peaches with
Harvey   Creecti
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LA ONES, B. C
SINGLE AND DOUBLE KIC.S AND  SADDLI-. LJORSfiS
ON FHORT NOTICE
Team Work Bone at Specially Low Prices.
JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.
Telephone *' Endrrer" No   ro.
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The Misses Ladner went over to
aucouver on Thursday.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL   LAN If  Si HVKVOR
Chicken Time!
According to The Commercial,
ot Winnipeg, the visible supply of
I oats in the United States and Can-
, ada, east of the Rocky Mountains,
lis 7,802,1100 bushels, compared
i with 7, ios,ooo bushels a year ago.
. *s?ew s-v.'iminrttr.
A.  O. U.  W,
Delta Lodge, No.  12 meets first
In view of the somewhat general;
impression, especially among the'
manufacturers ami exporters of
Canada, that the Commercial Agen-j
cy  Service   should  bt  greatly ex-[That those   who   fill   the Book of
tended, and further in tiew of  thei l'ame
{act that  Canada  has  not a single j Have left their records more or less,
Commercial ageBt it, the United j Through some tremendous ioolisk-1 m(]^hird Tuesdays of each month
States, the Superintendent of Commercial Agencies recently address-
fd a circular letter to all British
Consuls General and Consuls in
that Republic seeking, if possible,
te bring about some measure ei
hafinony between these officials
and the Canadian business community, ami thereby, if possible,
���Htt-iiciallv    enroll    their   services
If yot- contemplate buying- an Incubator or
 ! Brooder you cannot do better than to get prices
Fashion   Stables - 0ff the Ladner Agent for the CHATHAM.
Trucking and Dravincr.
Livery   work  of al
tended to promptly.
kinds at-'
ness;
Yet they were right a:id they   were
wise
To thus gel in and advertise.
Blame not the actress out of funds
Who plans to lose her diamonds,
Blame not the millionaire who capers
To get his action, in the papers;
They've little to immortalize,
more 'directly   in  the interests of! But lhey at least cau advertise
Canadian trade.
The result  of the circular letter!
"has been to  elicit the fact that the *"*"
Consuls are willing to do   all   in j
their p.wer to further the   interests!
*f Canadian  trade,   but   that   thej
Canadian merchants do not intetest
themseltres  sufficiently  to seek the
-Ex.
in Oddfellows' Hall.
Thos. Todd, M.W.
T.  W. Kkrr, Recorder.
I.O.O F.
Delta Lodge, No. 21.���The regular meetings of this Lodge are held
every Wednesday evening at 8 p.
111. Visiting Brethren conlially invited to attend.
R. C. Abbott. N.G.
W. H. Taylor, Sec.
ROBT. MAY,
DELTA   TIN    SHOP,
MCRAE & CO I Westham Street,        -       -       - l-adner, B. C.
EMI TAILORS
NEW WESTHINSTER, IJ. C.
A lull lint- of English  and Irish
i t
1 1 weeds and   haney trouserings al-
I
! ways kept in stock.
Inctirpomtvil !_&..
MARKET  EXTRACTS.
i CAPITAL,
; RESERVE FUNDS,
I TOTAL ASSETS,
$3,000,000
$3,302,743
$31,183,625
VANCOrVKK. I
The produce market is  reported j
good.    Eastern eggs have advanced
6c, while cheese  declined  a liltle.
Barley, Wh^ai, Eta
m.,
50  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
m
information   obtainable   from    the
Consul..
Sir Perey .Sanderson, K.C.M.G., I Butter continues weak.
British   Consul   General   at   New;     Toronto ��� .Selected    live   hogs
York, says: "I know of  no  valid  fetch   $7.25;  lights and fats, $7.00
reason why  Canadians  should not \nei 100 lbs,
(.���ail thems-lres of the   services of I
JJritjsh Consular  officers and com-! 	
Hiercial agents, although in practice j
they  do  s. less than residents   in
the British fsles," etc,
7"hi.s is orjly a sample ol the
many replies received which go t��
show that Canadians are not pushing their trade on the other side et,      irr*^m*mMmsimr- ~
_*"*HMHH _B9-_*^  Tradi. Marks
of the line. 1 rfa       H***. Designs
Copyrights __e.
Anrono -pntllni, a sketch and description nm?
inii-kty nsrertfiin our opinion free wfietlier rui
invfufion is probnbiy pntentnble. Communim-
lionfistriotlycouildent'.-l. HANDBOOK on I'liti-ntsi
1 ent free. Oldest acencji for securing pnteuts.
l'fttents ttikon tnruu.h Munn __ Co. rocolve
tp��ct_l niiti.., v it bout oharee. In tbe
Scientific American.
\ hnndsoinoly lllui-tratsd weekly.   Lnrffest rtr-
niliUloiL of nny t-r.untitle jnurntil.   Termt., fi m
.oar; fourluonthe,IU Buldbyatl i.ew��de__.f*,rf_.
PfiUNI._-Co.36'Bfoa*"'' New York
Dnineb Oflice. IBS F St_ Washington. I). C.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Savings Department*
We can supply you with the linest quality; _ _ ..-it.
of the  above  articles at reasonable cost, i Deposits of $1 and upwards received and Inter-
Remember the place
Bella lfieat Market,
Phone 9.
Ladner, B.C.
TO DESTROY   THK   CANADA
THISTI.17
Kerusoha, Wis., Jnly 4.���Th,e dis-
coyery was ma,dc ur.der extensive1
e-jfperirneins by ihe Agricultural';
Department ef the University pfi
\Visconsin that spraying of sulphate I
.of iron orer growing crops destrovs
the..seed of the Canada thistle and \
wild- mustard, the two greatest
pests of fartners and will r_s_.lt in!
increasing t)ie value of farms lands \
25 per cent. A spftiyiii^ machine,
front Germany sprays an acre at ai
iiel.cost ol 50 cents.
Ladner Carriage Works.
Practical Horseshoeing,
Carriage Building and Painting, and General Jobbing of
All Descriptions.
We carry the finest elass
of Carriages aud Farm Implements at rock bottom prices.
est Allowed at Highest Ourrent Rates.
 61 BRANCHES.	
BRANCHK.S IN BRITISH COLUMBIA���Vancouver, Vauc.uvet
Hast Knd. Mt. Pleasant, Granville Street; Grand Forks, Nanaim.*,
Nelson, Rossland, Victoria, Venus, Chilliwack, Cuiuberlauti and
New Westminster.
L. M. RICHARDSON, Manager, LADNER, B. C.
-._��____.
Just Arrivi
BOOTS   &
OES
Q. T BAKER, Ladner, B. C.
-IN-
Great
ins
Tans, Oxfords &
BSucher Cuts
Alex.' Davie vommened  hayin;
nn Moflday.
n
X Full Lino of
Rill Gowdy expects to pptptnenc*
^arresting his barley next week.
John Perraui h$s commenced
W'��rk on thc ffam* uf a nice spacious
��>arn.
Men's
Boys
'MEN and 50Y5'
Mrs. T. M.cNeely is byilding   a j
larjje atock   bafi*   er,   t-hc   IjibiJeeJ
l'.ifUl.
The S.S. Sflnoffl.a leaves Ladner
sit 3n_.ni. iuul 4 p.m.; leaves Steyes-
Um t\t 9 a.m. fjntl 5 p rji. Fycry
i}p,y es^ept Sunday.
CLOTHING
Get a Suit at Once.
J. W. Hblliushealretiii'ne'ihotne
Wednesday, from Victoria, where
I"*. ha.l b-en taking nrore prize
IVOfiey wij;!} B. C. King.
erH.J.Hutcherson's THE DELTA TIMiiS, SATJIU.AY.
t'i.i
:-30.
chj 'i-?_;_ i   NOTICE.
..A.NT6.
T
IE
._,---.'.jja
TO GO  POR EVERYTHING  IN
..,
Ml
LINES
COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE&
CC
EDISON PHONOGRAPHS,
STEIN WAY PIANOS,
COLUMBIA RECORDS,
EDISON RECO
T.r>G
NEW
NORDHEIMER PIANOS,
SCALE WILLIAMS PIANOS,
DOMINION PIANOS,
PALMER PIANOS.
'The
rhe
gr
ist choic-e in Vancouver,
beat   valuea  for  your  money  and   easiest
terms of purcIi-Loe.
-'JO   a.in
,.-i  Uu
; :  lilulUII.
11 a.m.
Matins,
ir oVlix
.-.
I_VU_**,<_i
'__!    V.V'   ���
i cis.-ck
Sunday
l''!:'V
.School;.
. ma.
::..
Ite
,-.. Canon
Hilto.
. vicar.
cat in
11,ic
S'.-i vie.-*
S.si aw.1
ih T-d
Sunday 01
each mor.1
h si 10:5
������) a.'ii.
IJenedic-
tion, 7: ."
'; '"
Sundav
school at
_ n.m
Low M
is-   .. i  l|    ]-
ul\' Cc
mu. union
lirsl and I
,'i'ii Mon
days a
6 fi; iu.
Rev. I
irtliej Wi
i'.,uer,
D.M.I.,
i\. risli
I'riest.
M1.THI'
)_...'-
St'ivi'.-.',
HCKl    U
i-.l's  !
lay at   11
a. tn. and
.30 I'.ni.
Class   li
Kiet.iig. i
j.."'- a
111. everv
Sundav.
Sabbatl
School
S.t   2  P
in  every
Sunday..
Praver
meeting   every
Thursday
eveniug
ci 7.30
Rev. J.
17 Bet
:s, pastor.
want to -Li!'-
| ���bc it b.Fd.i_tft-t s-;r i-r���.'-.:.    M��kc Tour
sh-ii> ��. ���.:: bv i-'_.��*!: 1 l f'.e - I EVI'XS,
Io.- ��: -. wrs ���_���'_ l.1 i..*.* j\.:.,d ;...*.-
Cal?!. lit'lt J'l.I -:' 1 Ll- i.OS'./K.-. .U-_ A --
CURACY.   Osriiae:
Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols
A*k j-.ur I>-���..f.-   .
.,;iJ4
ti. tk .......t<
Sit on tltd Si H' 1
.   t   i: >
'.���_���_   '   llal*M
If jrou 1 -__-.���--t ���. t-t'n,
t r'-ouip
tie .Htlput. A
we    iWp   _M�� t, ;��� :-
ta:_ij.  ���
t�� > . oiicfer.
f'tli   ^'fMU, *-' .*.
1ft ��i '
1 it..nt ar.l
r("-e.firjf___e.->'-r   -.-
t ������ ine.
[tc  (hmitrlt.
' Beautiful threevcolor AlumimffD H DgAfwill
be tui irnrdcd - -> io ccnia ia t>tHlsj)S.
J. Stevens Arm*; _.' Tool Co..
I\ O. B01 i0_'��
CHICOPEE FAILS. ._AS3., U. S. A.
-.-Sena o. the __oa._l.i_r Clan..
Wlro ever beard it slated ttiut ttit
looking Bias- van f-rst Invented to spite
ti pretty -woman 7 And bow would it
tie-possible to spite a wocuui by show*
i_i_T lit.' .1 [j-trTti t rei.ee; ion oif tier otvn
dainty st-it". Well, ai*ecJ.c!Lm. to .liiiu-
lieae mythology, tbe Ueii.r fipt-nitiiug
over Ui,' mui a;.,; furnishing li jit A tbe
woritl litv.__.ic infuriated At smut- tl'iti-
ttinl It i.l herself n way in .1 cave, '..-us
:���;:���:, ini; humanity of h very iir.��'.i-
Kiry I'U'tneut.   lis order tu .bidace i**.
J1T.GLES AND tfEStS*-
F��t*'��. JteK-r.' -..
'Oaln-t natoM** *_e-a_aTT *.,    :;.:sy oat pn_s>
tct.
Yet Ibat  bet Htte -. M-netliaM noi tl_i
:iit s L
I h-uhi i____r__L   Thi- U e_nc--i.:v* tut:
The fur
That   match��_ iliind-g ceihplcxian, *>��i
and --A.
Shoulsi grair on *c_muS, -tut tutur. giii.
fecarl
lo i "hi" .out the airiri'nr dt.r
ilsveiiteil
.:i;il in;, -i _i :1_ ____r  ,.,-.(���.    '1 i.i.
ii'isisii; ,.1
todutsi', i-"i'Uv _ iiorliw lieu 11
iful t hi-
lis-si. v.;;..-, ll.,,..,- liiunw imi,
,,., _
lUedia'tt-)}'   iU'.i__!*!**U.   stniw
i ��� "*.-��'
look fare tlait iievrr _t_;i'.Ui >!
MS'.,<1     fti|i>
filter Ilie ['It*.'.is Is ri'.s 'live.
Al ti   HII
ttiut mt'.-i va_o��_d of wonnn*!
reanuivti
^,:.^' Iiivt-aii'il  im- spite, bin
, I'   li Ull!
ii iMTi'i'i'iit pttrjKwe lain it st:
s *,'.
V.1I., n-����*.
"Ami Tiow.'* *aiil l,l'0fe��8fit' Loii'/liim
i*?r as be f_-riH.-ts.tl Mr. li.ary In'H
"wjuit ti.aii w<.- j.i<ii__�� of yoar little liui
���_i lcctuiv.': li.-. sUitsii Biireere tas*i^ fsjt
tt."
"I know i_e Una,*1 j-eplinl tlie uuli
pMjieut '-If* _jila*__t_ it frciii W* uioiJ..
er."
Uow
t_'>ni;ilainl  in L
A   _ Itflitiiil.   tllrli-uj..
Ou out* oceiii_uii l_l��bo.' S-4'!ivyn v-.jh
s'i '.[.���_: down tli�� river H-ulknto will: ��
Jl-.iorl when t!i�� Inlter. who w:m v-i-ti
lui;}', ;. li t>r;' puddMni! tlie i*hiioi'. >.i iln
B;', 1110 lime l,;llttVI'IU^ thirl i' l*flw,vn
weie not _ l.'^llop lie would well. "_k'
fcr Liia." iu ;: BlOtueil. (lie bf-bop .oili
tbe nam to turn tlie taitoe iiittiore.
wl.eiv. stiii ;ii-a_f bauu'l'f vt evti:yUniin
episi-opnl, be laid, 1 nltitlng v. ibiii
rulie*. etc: 'Tb* titslioj) lii*n i!>r<; i.!*
111:111 is Im-I'i'. I am .-.site nuid}*. euiiie
ou." The Maori riitS not "conic 011.'
boweT-T, but quietly iTHitnied li!�� work
Without auotlie.r inurimt''. Loiidoii 'X.'it-
Hit..
i
LW.Waitt&Co.,
Limited,
558 Qranvile St. Vancouver
ST. ANDRKW S   I*RUS!A'TKRT.\X
Services next L��rd7s Day at   11
! a.m. and 7.30 p._a.
Sahkutb .School eX 10 a ta    Midweek uieeting on T1.Misday evening
1 al 7.30 w'cteck.
Rev. A, M<cA*ley, Pastor.
Dtiri-uv thesurntner inontlw children are subject to disorders  of   the
; bowels  which should ict'rive .-are-
i tul attentisiti ai g-itin a�� the first un- **���-�� V4ir*_t*sk��rie��.
I natural looseness of the bowels ap* VT^* reM0f ,wl'*v *+���*"** ��r ^
jerk eannot be electee lo two iiiceei*
hpeats.     i'1-.e best  medicine  iu  use ,lTe itnns ia tms. u lt ,lle ,.,,,.,1^",
���for bowel   complaint  is Chamber-1 duty to ��arry eut the froeeaa of eom'.wi
Main's Colic, Cholera and Dtarrhcca ��B��l��atoffleinl delintiucnU durine t
S.I t>.s issnr-irl.liic
'"5>i>e��   jo'    laik    b_cltlob_rry   pie,
���Claud'.'"
Claud���'Deed I eould eat iiuckleb-trf
pi*,l.UI I'.111 blai I, in Ue faec
?:. 1<n.tr.  i-.'. ..owui Lfbt.
T.t It I.im ooat* to i'u��.s
That Mabel jiaya lifas uilur liilia.
And St.liu i-s-oa Iii. (us.
J'-ir rhyllls ��ta-T__i tl:e UtirllorJ eft;
i.'n Kate U,r lood lie leans;
They ar. tin irirla ti. rhj'tuea about
Ul ail tlw- magazincc.
Remedy as it promptly controls auy
unnatUTal loo.etiess of the bowels.
���For sale by All I-?ruggisls.
IBole  Agent   for   Columbia   Grapbophone?
Records.
BAfTitrr.
|    Siibb_i'tfc  services ���- Crescent Is*
; laud, 3 p.m.; La_��er, 7:30 p.m.
and      Sunday s-cho.l at 10 a. _..
Prayer meeting on Thursday at
H l).in.
C Croft,  15. A., pastor.;
Haying will b* pretty general
tlijritig iliir coiuiaig' ��et-k, though
tiie scarcity ol man will be a great
ilraw1sac.L.
and aftur convictlou. Should * ulieriS
sudaavor forcibly to bold uter fur a
aeeoiid time after linviug I man defea:��i
for re-eleetioD be woulB bc the Inati-u-
ment -of tbe eoiirt'a proeaat against
Uiiuaelf. a paradoxical positi-H wkieh
tbe law avoida by maklnj; hitn inrlitfi-
lif for le-electiou.
a Different tlmilm,
Pertins, .It.���Vittr doii'.t you buy tl��t
Worn, of-Helll'*S, l��r!'? ile's got a IM
pedlpr*fts_
reikiiie,i__r.-r_*e_.lgre��?! Tlie iiueatloii
is. 1�� lie v, nib anything'' Why, bey.,
tbeni sassiety folks what eoaies bene
iu ___��� -sUminar has .pedigrees.
Messrs. Parmiter and Davis bave
iVni-rn (lti*. I_-retsjr.
Tbe*paKts��*B viait.r finda tbe etileemt
tin- uortbwcstern coast brimful of llff.
ts,!nr. ���Sigulflcancs, picturesque interest
41 lid, Uiougb Hi. fori'<-a whicli liara
I'otnbised  in tbeir  ranking a"�� some-
T sillnlir .   1 .ulr.
Betty -Mr. Cyntqne Is too polishei
for w-iMs, Isn't iuiJ
t'l-figy-Oli, dear. yes. _Cr��ryrtring tit
aay�� reflects-on s_*��e -uih*.
Marcalinli-.
Th. a.n ef a kingly tana lie
Laved a  maid  whom  his futlier, *
phistir,
Ferh.,1. mm H wni.
" 'Tie th. .tyl.!" tli..prinee said,
"For etmiliiii-a te be Alor__-anaU_l"
THE OLDEST MUSIC HOUSE IN B, C
SWW EMR
.iij'w.T'-wr
installed an up-to-date portable saw-i ���hat ��imnar. eaib liaa a distinct char-
Hill.    Auyone wisbiu^ stove woed, aeter ami  itidiridualltr     -l.lrely," a
or lumber cut would do well to Sive! "'"���;��� ��* u�� wmtf ,m"-T we" hu *���n>*
���      ; to tiieiu-a sort of brlak activity, yutiLii-
them a call. : f';ine__a, azone,    Thoy bara tba rather
unusual capacity of dolus big things
and talking about tbem lustily at the
sum. time.    It is tbt cry of tba street
corners: "Just watch u* _;row.   Sea us
j -jrettiug to tbe front."���J-a.j  Stannard
will sell the best money   can   buy. | Caker ta -Century.
Trail.:   leaves   Cloverdale  at 3-40  yfyon need them printed, why you
fill fflSM I fl!
Time Table.
Wheu ynu wish  to  bray  visitiij
curds call un the Delta Times  whe
ST
A Large Assortment of
p.m. aud arrives .tl i'-ii Guiebon at
...5<_ p..m.
Train leaves I'-irt Guiclnai ait
5:10 p.ai. autl arrives at Cloverdale
at 6:25 yi.ru.
re rnowey itt pocket by  calling   oil
the Delta Tiu.ss tirst.
'ssy Forks
.Vumiavs w.tl-v.
To Be Sold At
\Bedrook Prices   \
Also
[Garden   Tools of   Every  Description j
Karri nn tbe a.Mifier��.
Very few retneuib-i' tii** esisteoca of
I a   cet'taiu   lvuiat-kabia   statut.   which j
' wus p����a_-l In tb��> eaily days of (it'iirgn
i ill. if lude<*d th��y ev_ar heard of It.   lt
] runs to tba effect that if any woman 1
; '-entices any of bis uia.eniT'_, ma.'o suit- |
  jeets Uito marriage by the useief an_r
. powdnrs or paints or falat- bair or wool
"Wliile returning; from 'tbe Grand  on tUe cliceka ibo shall be rpresecuted !
.Army   Encampment  at   Washing-1 for sorcery."   What a -cause celebre it
fler  Aeli.t*v��-n.sssert.,
"Charley, dear," said young Mm.
TorUius. "you know you snid we ougtfl
to put something by.fur a r.iiny day."
-Ves."
"Well, don't yon think thin bargain
raiu cos. is perfectly .Un-ei;,'.'."
tr*:ii'>.e.��K   Tj����.
"Mean;!" qxclaliped the .muse-nit
J"roa_. "Wliy. ihe'a so mean that be
broke illstengagemeut to tlie two hef_8-
ed jiirl btx'ituse h# wan-afraid of Ikh
inillicerj.' bills."
Saved His Comrade's  Liie.
Th��  Orl_rln:l_   -_.!fi.
jfStl.'Ssijuite original, tlie.v Fay.
A hlnhe nud wlfiaoma elf:
Shi flays neathoyo- in-a -_;
_ie dhln'.t 4_uew .___m_i -1?.
W. I McBRIDE ESTATE,
Port Guio-ion, B. C.
5000 Telegraphers
NEEDED
Annually, to filil tfec f.!*--,,' jftisitinns
|��reated by Railroad -and Telegraph
I Companies. We wnnt YOi'NG
i MEN ami LA DIES oi %W3& habits to
Special Offer of
Seasanflbte fioeds
ton City,   a  comrade  from  Elfin,
111., was taken with cholera morbus
and was   in a  critical  condition,"
says Mr. J. E. Hor._;hlaiid,of Eldon,
Towa,    '''I jave him Chamberlain
Colic, Cholera and  Diarrhoea Rem-
etly and believe saved   his  life.    I
have been engaged for ten years  in
immigration   work  and  conducted
manv parties to the south and west.
J I   always cany Ihis   reaiedy  and
(.use wired now have _tsed it .wccessfully o* naaiy
application  for --cari-ma."    Sold by All Drustgists.
that    ���
There are two through !>a**se'..;-
Str traius per day eix-h wav Ui aud
from Seattle and a mixed train ta
aiiti from liellinghnui.
BetlTISH   COlsllMBlA
Eiecmc ill.��! Hi
^v*_luld be if any of bis prvs-nt __i��.i-
esty*s malt* subjects wore to eudi^aror
to put tbe law Into action. What a
rush tbere would be of fashionable ila-
dies to secure front aeats in court for
tb. heariiis.���J-u'.idou Tatler.
i
Her Object.
"Brit why is she so anxloas ts he '���
prominent la a*ei��ty?" i
"Itecause sbe wants to g. oa *__��� !
stage."
-fcn..e  WeeeNnwry.
"Well," ssid tlio plain citizen, "these
ere always i\vu sides to a i.uentlon."
"Of course." replied the diploni'St,
'���otherwise how -could \re,_U**tg�� It?"
SO
.__.l..g.JHUM.U.
LEARN T-��LK(_RAJ��MY
AND K. ... ACCGUNTIfCa - . .
BEE SUPPLIES��� Buckwheat,:
Fall   Rye. Clover, Timothy,   Lawn
<lrass,    EnsilsiKe    Corn,   Mangel,
Turnip.       sSpecial    qii-ntatiisus   ir
Wt tisraish 75  per  cent,  of the I ' y*
[Operaters and .Station Agents in      Spray Pu tops, Whale Oil .Soap,
j America.   Out six schools ane the VeMtnhJe Plants.
[largest exclusive Telegraph Schools''
Get yonar I
and file your
j Electric   Light  now,
[the poles may be distributed'                    LOST.
I past your premises. 	
Application blanks may be     On June 5th, between Port Gut
had    of   Mr.   McDonald,   the choa and Jas. Nelson's place on thej
I E.ec'r'ciau ' ^' ^' Mai" roaf*' a ^     Watch.
Finder will please return sauae to
FRED.   TAYLOR   .
A Isemtem  l.iUH.
A poor unbr��lla solely,
I'm not far pr*__-.hlnc meaat,
Ttt I -ists gotten ho!��y
Bj always keeplne 1-enL
_>"���� Better.
Cbotly (stgbingl���I cannot exist wit*.
out her.
A-frsa-Wall, what's the .matter wttk
Uviag?���Pset.
ia the world. Justabldslietl -*o years
laid endorsed by all leading Rail-
|way Officials.
We execute a ��250 Bo��d to every
|��ttn��lent to funsdsh hum or her a
[ _>e*ition paying from $40 to $60 a
sont'a in States east of the Rocky
Mountains, or from $->, to S'tQ.o a
��� Meat- in States west of the Rockies,
I amiieilia.ely ^jiou gradaatioti.
Students can enter at any lime.
No vacations. For full particulars
I regarding any of our sebcoh. wrrte
I-direct   to   our exeCn*ive rrfEce at
Cincinnati, O.   Cat_,1ttg_tc fr_e,
he m ai of mm
iCincin-iati, Ohio.        BiiTalo, K.Y
Atkiata, Ga LaCr >s*.e. Wis
1 Te*��3r:c8't 1, To*. S.1.1 Fraj^j_.'A,Ca
Lr.rge sttjck of HOME GROWN
Fruit antl Ornamental Trees now
���aturcd for thc fall trade.
No expense, loss or delay of fniui-1
gation or inspection.
Let   me   price your list   before |
placsiag vour order.
We do l_u_s.iu.ss on our own;
grounds���no rent to pay, and arc
prepared to meet ail -competition.
C .Vr.U-OGsT.-3 F&Ee.
M. J. HENRY, Vancouverj
...0J0 \V_,.,-vilister Road.
Vi*��d��atlH��a.
If 1 w��r. but h rtiHd aanln
Aa4 husl my Iir. to (6 sxmn,
I rarkon I'd co irlld *��cil_i
And ho* ths .nine eld r.w .iRSln.
ntlWDKAY,
The average floffee lv*' In ?Tn
Oro-ui't* half a uouuU nf lieaiia.
Modes
Claims   Often   Carry
Most Conviction.
sHs-.l_l.____.
,rW�� *eaniiot eonaiilar yrmr story seriously," wrote an editor to au author,
'���because you have killed your Lero le
the middle >of it."
And the author replied, "1 killed hiu.
���early because ibe made _ne .tired."
niirj��pn_����r..
"Her marriage waa a ares*, diaap-
pointment to her f rienfls."
"Indeed."
"OU. yea. They all predicted il would
Cora eut nnhannllv. and it didn't."
Wonnsl.   Sot   Sab.tancc.
j    Dubbs���Well, was your salary raisefi
; me you ���expoctedi.
j     Tubbe���Ne, tin. tt >wa�� ,razod 19 par
' "Cent.���Kov.' Y<.r_. JleraW.
*ii�� Mill ��a T. t.i.
"What la it that rank**. it_i*a geaat,
|��apa?"
"remisns.it ndv��^*tlalng, -ny ���__���."���
Cleveland rtnhi l>ealec.
������iMii'i iu-ateM." i��s-pl. wfll eatt*
roa at ll ami lltlak laaa of you, arrf
Th_�� think liu �� i_*inii��gh .of j-.uas j_ow.���
__l$c_ii__i_ Wlnti.
the
a__a-.ij��s__u-* i-s_s-a
Electrical Fixtures, Etc',   Whe��� MsKimi
j inventor,    placet!
the   is
New \Vc6ta_inster,
B. C
any si/i*-J or shnpcii fltructuro��� tl��
entire meti.1 iinish including door and
window .caps, cornicca, i_tc.~s.ti a*gra_it
variety of i_tjl--H.
Thev pive a ttry -lanltnome pffoctj
atul enduring, practical ���Atw&ctioa.
We give estUnate* if vott s��tk1
mra Mir emc tits utul outline oi the bulU*
ii-R.
Think it o* ar.
Meta-lbc R-oofii-tf Co.,
Limited.
WKolcsate MAmjfectttTcrs,
Toronto. Canaida.
ROBT. MAY, Agent,
LADDER.     ---,..     j;.
-���>.**%.��.^*.<-��"'-.*..^.��-**J*��.��.��'**>��_.*
HI 81 il ill
Ir  .        I:   I  1 J .   .   -   -1'-    -1.
4
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C.
! .
c.
K*K\V Vl'KS
^..nuT.;sH-.rt, v- n'i ,-:i ; ,,il. ,-r,
Soda Water, dinger
Ale and  Sti.rs.mer
Drink's.
Vour patronage solicited
**��������������**���-��� _y..,��.'.,.*��.-.sV_ss^-_-_!*--**_\--*s>!'
amenis
i.is n'lii
a committee -of judRes,
stated its carryin; power t
much belcw what lie felt
the pnii woultl accomplish,
result of OielTis'l was, therefore, ;*
5reat surprise, instead ol ctisap-
"t j pointment. "It is t'r.c same wrili the
v manufacturers ol Charahertaiu'srj
... i Colic, Cholera and Diarrhrea Rein-
.v. edy. They do not publicly bOasti
* | of all tins remedy tvil'l accon_p"lis*h, ;
but prefer >-, let the i:Rev*t make,
the Btat-emeirt, What thoy do'j
claim is that it will positively cure!
dia-rrTicca, dysentery, pains in the;
��tomacl_ and bowels, and has never
A.1I
Cfsamlnerlaiii
1
X'i been known to fail.    For ��ale :
Coogh Bemedy
Ilia 0^-*_-*s_--�� FaW-srite
j��.;:tn__  -
Cteuffh-i, Coldij, sClro-Q -and
"Whodpii-sg- Cough.
fPhlRf-jtrnwlf !** fntiJ.Mia Tor lto-mse*-** ���iv��r
n' it\fg p.ir. i>f ���stiv .M-j*l��'.t*Hl wuria. it o��u
nit' ��� H^iltj.-tjittwl Qpaa. Jt- (HH-tlUna uu
OiM'trt. f i'*-.��������� hnrmftfl !tmg��aAd iimy Im
t,-. ��� -i ���",.    > *n im ��r.i ; tn -i lulli* ��*���"(�� nil ���n.Mit
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******* THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY, JULY y, ig-.>.
__'_t .rr-*""1 *M """       ���i^���^^-^*^-
LOCAL NEWS.
____, i , ,_is'i sj.i  .._..._ .... ��  rf-s
Westiia* Esfauid.
Mr. and   Mrs.   yas.   Cook   spent     '    ..    ,,   ,,., . .    . ,_
J ' Miss M. (1 tin ore visited: Vancou*
Uuraday in V ancouver, I ver on xnewia,.
1 Mast.T Joe Lusier, ...'New West-
minst-r, is Imlidaying on the Island.
Miss Rdith  J.icks.-n. of Vrmcou-
THE CASH ST6RE
Lemv
lit. and M��, L. M. Richardsor.
ipent the Holiday in. Veto. ia.
Miss Nicholson, of New West
minster, is a. visitor at. H. J. Kirk
lai-d's
fi?. J'. Kiiklauif retarued:borne ot)
_.-.__ay lj.pt* arc.iujpafiied bv his
bfide.
Wt. ami \Ih.  Majrisu, of  Point]
ii Speoiai
uirohas^^^^^^^
ress muslins
��� By ah enterprising buyer who  helped  an
m
yer, is spend ng hei   holidays will-'
Mrs. C. Albeitson.
Mrs. R. P. Calkins,   Miss  Gram
and Miss __[. Kirklar.e.  arc- spending :i few weeks cam ping at Bound
ary Hav.
All the ranchers  a.-*-  verv busy
bavin" and report  i   verv fair crop, i ,       ,      ���, _-,     , , ,      ___��� T-,
*       .      , . ,     .  ,        .     overstocked manufacturer to unload, en-voles us
A  scarcity  ot  laoor  is hampering
tbe operation, somewhat.    Boti | to offor yon pretty Fawn and 01_ampagi.e Mus-
whitc   and Chint.*se   labor     being L. ._,�� i-_.it _���__.���
...    ,.   ,      , lms,  with  white,  blue,  green  and  red   stripes.
much below the demands ' ' '   �� '
Richard   \rthur   I ondon ceie [worth 20c vard, also daintily dotted organdies
Robert* fMm^eiaaetttm '-re thi, {i��� CA(i,[0[vs Fo'lirth atul hl|l      d g^ ^.^
^'ft*^* i birthday by ����� ntertainiug n   numbet
of his yoiiuj  friends  witli a birthday party.    Dinner wa.  served on|
the lawa. the tables  being  prettily i
decorated with  ftowtrrs and   Btiti.s
We
To notify the people of Ladfier and surrounding district that we are noiW in a
position to offer Vancouver Island
Portland Cement
At greatly reduced price's, making it possible for parties who contemplate building,
to put in concrete foundations at about the
same cost as piling or other inferior
material.
���_
Write for Prices.
Mss. T. MteNeely, ..Qcon.pau.ec
>����� Mi-,* lipihjuie, sjjero. Thursday
114 the.Royal City.
mi at gz^o yd*
s���. ______*
and American: flags
r
Mrs, T. K. Laduer left,  iionday,
for California where __<_ will spead I
a six weeks, visit.
Brrti.t. Columbia Field Trial Club
will hold their fourth annual trials
;here   on September  26th next and
'succeeding day*.    Entry forms may
*..__.-'�� eMt&mml
m
Ladies' smart,Wash Suits of Percale, made
with strap of self -colored goods���this season's
goods���
[���NT
NEW WESTMINSTER.
B. C.
Mrs.'A, Idle aud grat-sldangh-|uow be  obtained  from   H. S. Roi-1
Iyer, Miss Vera,   are guests of Mrs.jston.   Sec.-Treasui'er,    w>i6  West*   ExCCflCfit    V-lH.t,
D. Woods, Bouudary Bav. ; minster Ave,, Vancouver.
' '
at
Mt. and Wt��   A.  Clam-eu  took I    K- C. S��dDonatd, ludi.n Agent, \
te the Bgtwts at Vwicouver aad te-\ot~  N��w   Westminster   has   taken
turned ___njs*_Tueiday motaing.       s*eP�� to h���r *������*- noxieas weeds on
���  - - -     -  -    ���  th: reservation ent before   seeding
'audit is to be hoped that :he.Iu-
A. J.   Peppiatt  and   uu.iiy.   of ;,jjans wjj| undertake this far their
'Vancouver, are  fishing for a  few ,w��� R00.l as well as Inr the good
{?ayi at D. IlarriaV Crescent Island. j0f tlie-co mm unity at !__-���..
B
Mrs. X. R. H-opkins.. secompan-j VV. II. I._tdner has itnported .Sir
aed by her daughter, Miss-Sylva, is; Gtlliert Sowerby, 62142, a pedi-
uisittnt her sister.. Mrs. M. E. ;,greed Shorthorn bull, red and
-Wka_rton.. white,   calved   March 26th,  1905,
  bred by Wm. Linton, Aurora, Ont.
This animal has an  excellent pedi-
Mt��. W. ti McBridr,  accompan- igree behind it and should   prove a,
*d by Mrs. C.  *.   Urrl  and soo, |yaiuabl_i addition-to his ..tie herd.
Roman,'  spent   Thursday   iu  the. |
Royal and Terminal Cities.
S3
r0
JWft
a��� me.
JB
267 Columbia St.,
*Nev/ Westminster, P. 01
--4-*- 	
Cut Glass,
Silverware,
Watches
And all kinds of Jewelry
Repairing a Specialty.
Jl. Clausen,
LADXHR,   B. C_
SNAPPY  STYLES
-r\-
FOUND.
Fred Arthur spent the Dominion 	
^)ay at tbe Terminal City. We are A Rarycle bicycle waajfownd, on
pleased testate that kis hand is'im-j Tuesday, ia the timber at lust
proving  nicely,   tlait-gh it will be [ Delta.    Apply to
some time ere he is able to use it!
���fight.
'-.;.- j
Mis*s DaTis returned here, on ���
Tuesday, fronn tbe convention and ;
bade geodbye to hen iriends and |
fcft ou Thursday for her home at j
Tynebeiid, where slie will spend j
She holidays..
W. I.0UGHB.1.D.
���tfr*, JS. F. C^afk Mtumed to
Vanreuver, yeaterda-vv. after spending a few dravs herei thii-week, visaing Mrs. Woollerv. Mrs. Clark
ipjtends openrng a. ds*e��**-naking es-
tablishxient tbere-   .
Auy person having claims against
the Estate of tht late Geo. Paddon
���re requested to furnish particulars
���f same to the undersigned.
II. N. RICH,
Agent for the Executrix, Maiv
Ann Paddon.
Notice.
. ^ Tenders will be received  np to-
I neop, July i ith, for the purchase
Mrs. Angt_�� McLean, and family, of all bmldings on the lot known
of Buffalo. N.V, are expected heie |as the Mck'ee Butcher Shop. The
(o-day. to spend tbe st.rn.uer. Mrs i buildings to be removed by the iSrh
McLean- is-a sistac ef Mrs. (Dr.. j Julv. Ili{;tie*.t tender not neces-
Woodley and* ihey have not seen |sarily aBcepied.
tsch tuber fur Jen fears. MARSHALL SMITH.
SOLID    FOOTWEAR
AT   THE NEW  SHOE   STORE
The Derhy Shoe
For Men, tlie choicest production of Canadian Shoe Manvrfacture,
New Solid Goods, new price.*
Modern Shoes- im a Modern  Shoe .'stoic.
J. REAGH,    -   Ladner. B.G,
THE WALW0RIH-80LST0N CO., Ltd.1
I Oil) Westminster Ave., Vancouver,
I>..A1,1.K.S     IN'
Implements,   Wagons,   Carriages,  Harness,   Etc.
MeCormack   Harvesting  Machinery,
Binder Twine, Etc.
Haypaesses, Plows, Gasoline Engines, Threshers.
0
1 THE WHITE HOUSE
|
I iShows  some  particularly  Good  Values in
|        Shirtwaist Suite, B1ouho.h
and Wayh Skirts	
A. J. BIRTCH,
275  Columbia Street,    -   -   -   -   New Westminster
_���_���_���__--���
CASH STORE.
_#!&
da
or
Under instructions from the Executors of
the Estate of the Late W. L. McBRIDE
EWn 100L FOB THE RMKHR HPT ���
McBRIDE   ESTATE,   Port   Guichon,   AGENTS. THE ENTIRE STOCK
WELLINGTON Fa
Will be olFered to the public at
i GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
Is now subdivided Into Blocks of about Twenty Acres each.
To make room for an
I Entirely New Stock
&
&
Prices $13��, $175 suid $200 per aisremS Ij ������	
/TERMS :: (3^*-fiftli Cash, baJac.ce m  I, 2, 3 &, 4 years, with interest at,-6 p. e. per annum.   |'
^maawlm^^^^^^^^m- ���-������-���-������ g Come  and  See Our   Special  Line
Qf
\
..���Vr maps and farther particulars call oner write to
It/taken? mffloFarlmmti M Mahon,
541 ^slings St., {i^^L^t^ I V.iit.uver, B.C.
_-B-*_-l_-|S_-__.
Boots and Shoes.
'���'       *  ���  ...'*"   ; * .mm!' l'./...'- *���._
Port   Guichonv B. C,

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