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Vol. 3. No. ii.
SATURDA.,  NOVEMBER Id.       5.
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fng.can.      WESIMM ISLAND.
ilfexl   Weelr
FOR-
JVew Currants,
Mew Raisins,
���\'~''
Mew Peels,
Ai
Holy Communion .to-morrow in
All Saint's at 8:30 a. m.
The Diocesan Synod closed last
Thursday evening after a two-days'
session. Bishop Keator of Olympia
was present and preached the sermon. The elected Executive Committee, who will administer the affairs of the i iocese lor the next
year are: Lay���W. Taylor, H. J.
Carabie, T. Aiinandale, Judge Bole.
Clerical���Revs. H. G. F. Clinton,
C C. Owen, Canon Hilton, A.
Houghton. Thc Synod being in
session on the 9th of November, the
National Anthem was sung and a
cablegram sent to His Majesty congratulating him on the attainment
of his 65th birthday.
The Ladies' Guild of All Saint's
have decided to hold their annual
bazaar aud entertainment on the
those mentioned, girls are not al-ieveniDg 0f Thursday,.Dec. .7th, iu
lowed to ba whipped. In some j the ��ddfellows' Hall. There will
countries the children over nine j _,_ Uo charge for admission iu the
years of age are not subject to | afteril00n and tea, etc., will be
corporal punishment, and in others ��� serYed ior the small price of 10 cts.
those under nine years are free from ! j7_ tllc. cven:ug the admission will
corporal punishment by law or by j _*. _5 ctsi( wbic_l wju 0f C0Uise in-
r-gulaiioii, A society has been or-j clude lhe eutert .iument. An en-
ganwsei in England and Scotland livable evening is looked for, as the
for the sole -purpose-of -doing away: programme promises to te a good
with corporal punishment in those j one- Outside talent is being in-
countries j vjted, which, with the local, should
"Even it be granted that in some | indeed b, worth the price oi admis.
.spedal-cases corporal punishment 1 S;0I1- Ln addition to the sale ot
marybe o: advantage jthers: are always IWOrk, there will be a candy .stall,
other methods of dealing with a j fisll FOnd j-nd other attractions,
child which are better. Corporal | ���_*_,. ladies are workin.. hard to
punishment is less effective,   more make tujS] tbelr aunua[ entertain-
Inspector Hughes: ' I do not believe in corporal punishment. The
whole trend of modern educational
thought is against it.
"Cori oral; unishment is prohibited In France, Italy, Switzerland and
Finland, atid the new Superintend-
ant of Education for Austria re
cently issued instructions that any
teacher whous.-s corpora! punishment will be dismissed. Corporal
punishment is prohibited in Chicago, New York, Cleveland, Toronto, Syracuse, Albany Philadelphia, Washington. Savannah, and in
many other cities in the United
States -it is not used. In some
European countries, in addition to
, Hugh Savage and Geo. London
-were business visitors to New
t Westminster yesterday.
John s^av-ige is lamenting the
loss of an important part of his
engine which mysteriously disappeared the other night.
C. H. Trim paid a social visit to
Eburne, last week, where he caught
a cold which he has not got over
yet. His many friends hope he
will soon be ali right rgain.
A large number of the supporters
of tke local football team intend accompanying the*m to Eburne 'today where they tackle their oM
rivals the Island Casuals. Tbe
Ca-suals 1 ave been materially
strengthening their team and m
hard-fought game .promises to result.
���Rev. Herbert W. Piercy, formerly of Toronto, 'now of Vancouver,
.,.,., has consented to be   present  one
! dangerous, and more hutmlilating, jneiU a,success and-it is hoped the Week from next Tuesday 28th
; both to teachers and pupils, than ��� aftair wm fceet with that public j inst-i and give one of his ri;h anfi
I any other method of effecting re-( patronage that it deserves.    Posters varied ��'oc.tt��onary rehearsals, uc-
.ItapM Church.
The regular services will be held
to-morrow at the usual hours of _i
"... ra. and 7 p. m. 'Sunday sefcoel
at 10 a. m.
Next Tuesday night there wflf be
a choice programme consisting 61
instrumental music and songs with
reading*, md recitations. Admts-
siD'.i will b�� free.    No collection.
Fresh
Groceries
will be published Inter.
PLEASANT  FOR PARENTS.
a certain
Now in Stock
FOR   CHRISTMAS   TRACE
forms in the character of children.
When teachers say, as many hon-
; estly do, that the best thing they
can do for a child is to whip it, it is
a confession that he or she has studied neither his own powers of influencing character, nov the character of'the child to -be infl-ienced, as
fully as should have been done.
"There are  many  other  higher
and-better ways of moulding charac-1 ho��se s*id to th�� *?uest* **hll��tlT;
ter than by ft at of punishment. The      "Where is your wife?"
best ideal yet understood by teachers      "The lecluier- -vho ha<1
is'*to employ the child's self-activity
in interesting work adapted to the
child's stage of development.    Thejtio��-   and   stammered    forth    the
best way to  stimulate  the  child's 1truth:'
highest   motives   is    by    intimate
sympathy with ths child. Teachers
A   gentleman   invited
lecturer home te take tea.
���Immediately on being -seated at
the table a  little daughter of the
der the auspices of the Tuesday
night entertainment committee.
Mr. Qiercy is a leading teaiheT of
the art of elocution. This will be
a rare treat none ought to miss.
Look out for a feller aw n-euncement
next week.
recently
separated from-his better half,   was
surprised and -annoyed at the ques-
Marshall Smith
who have a reverent sympathy with
the child, and who recognize the
rights of children, never have any
trouble with what nse'to be called
discipline.
"A   very   large   proportio 1
teachers in Toronto do not require 1
A delightful time was Spent ��t
the missionary meeting last Tuesday
evening. The Rev. Mr. "McAuley
delivered an inspiring address 'on
his own experiences hi the mission
field. During the evening a choice
musical programme was rendered,
as follows: Anthem, by choir,
quartette, by Rev. McAuley, Dr.
*"I don't know." Woodley, Miss Thirkle *��. -Mrs.
'Don't   know?"    repeated    the: Banton.    Mrs. Banton sang a beau-
child,    "Why don't you kuow?"      tiful selection of her own composi-
iFinding-that the ehild  persisted | tion entitled "Keep Me in Tou."
in her interrogations,  despite the j Miss Alberta Banton  acted as ac-
mild reproof ot the.parents,   he de- companist.
iBSN^IT CONCERT.
There is a high class entertainment and dance -billed to
take place in the -Opera House,
Steveston, on Friday, Nov. 24th,;
at 8.30 pm., in aid of the B. C
Biectricltailway Sick Benefit Fund.
An excellent company of artists bas
fbeen engaged and a good time is
-promised As this iis get ten up for
a very laudable purpose, ft is to be
sfcopedtbat it win be wall p��r*on-
ized. Thcs.s. Sonoma will leave
Ladner at 7:30 p.m. calling at
���Guichon, Wellington Cannery,
Westham Island and other points,
aseturn'mg at 2 a.m. Tickets imay
���be obtained at the s.s. Sonoma.
Herb W. Edward* injured.
Herb W. Edwards of Des Moines,
Iowa, get a fall on'bn icy walk last
winter, spraining his wrist and,
bruising his knees. "Thenerttday/'
he says, ''they were so sore and
stiff I -was afraid I -would 'have to
stay in bed, but I rubbed them well
with Chamberlain'1 s Pain <Balm and
after a few applications all soreness
had disappeared." For sale by
F. J. MacKenzie.
The evening service ih tthe
Methodist Church will be -held at
7:30 instead of 7 o'clock.
INTERESTING LECTURE.
There was a great turn out, last
evening, to hear the lecture by Mrs.
Jean Templet, in St. Andrew's
Presbyterian Church.   Some veiy
to use corporal punishment.    It is
Friends of Mrs. P. T. Gibbie will
bcpleased to learn t-hat -the is un
worthy of note that in Philadelphia
and Washington, the decision to
do without corporal punishment was
-reached by the teachers of these
cities, and not by order of the
School Bo.ird. Tke discipline in
the classes in Toronto is nbt affected injuriously jo the classes
of those teadhers who do not
use corporal punishment. We
have    not    one   blow   no.v   for
-cided to make a clean breast of tbe
0f' mctter, and have it  over  at  once,
so he said with calmness:���
"Well, we don't live together. We!
think,   as  we   ciu't   agree, we'd 'proving nicely after undergoing a
better not," 'very serious operation, at Jubilee
He stifled a groin as the child [-Hospital, Victoria,
began agaiu, and darted an-exasper- ��� ������ ���
ated look at her parents.
-But the little torment would  not
be quieted until she exclaimed���
"Can't agree? Then why don't
you fight ii out, the same as father
and mother do?"���Ex.
excellent stereopticon views were every hundred we had in the-corres-
shown and much enjoyed by tn ponding number of classes thirty
appreciative aadience. There was years ago. I am confident (hat as
a-rgoofi collection taicen and every*! soon as all the teachers iu Toronto
thing passed off in a very becom-! are convinced that there are other
in manner. It is expected that Mrs. I and better ways for the training
Tempter will return in tha near! of character, both the training  and
NO   CARS.
'future.
^hamberlain'f
sNevar full*. .Bijy.it-��Hsw
Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy.
sit uif vwswltli.
A meeting of shareholders of the
Q. S. Mining Company is called for
Wednesday next, -at 8 o*elock,in
tbe Counml 'Cbanibers, when a
good attendance is teauested.
The S. S. Sonoma will make
regular trips every week day to and
from Steveaton. Leave Ladner 8
a. m. and 4 p. m. Returning leave
Steveston 9. a. m. and 5 p. tn.
Chamberlain's SS^SSSM
tNevtniaiU. sJKfy-k ao<r, -It may-tovc lit*.
BOUNDARY BAY.
The school residents a*re evidently not afraid of tackling the new
School Act which will come into
effect ta January mext. Ou fairly
good authority we hear W. Aber-
teaching will be eateier and  more
satisfactory   to   parents,    teachers j crombie, P. Pearse, S. Wright, Guy
and pupils."���Toronto News.
Rett.etr.beT the ouly place to buy
the "Genuine Slater Shoe"*8t Montreal prices is at W. K. Sinclair's,
the Leading Shoe Store of New
Westminster. -**
W. W*alker, with others
from, will be in the field,
as it should bc.
to hear
This is
Suitable Xmas gifts will be on
sale at the bazaar on Wednesday,
.'Dec, 7tb',��n ."lie .��"ddfcllov.-s' Hall.
By notice in this issue it will be
seen that a public meeting is
called for Saturday, Nov. 25th, at
4 p. m., in the Council Ctrambes,
to consider railway matters. It appears to be impossisSJ-c to sectire
cars for shipping purposes, which
is a great hardship especially to
those residing in the estft end,
A1 other feature, aud a very important one, is the fact that at this
time of year heavy hauling means
extra wear on*Ike roads, with Consequent expenditure of publte
money, ali of -V*hrch would be
avoided did the railway company
do the right thing. Let -etf ryone
attend tliistn��*tk;tig and iir no uncertain voice demand their risfUte
u.itliK-inysoiJtuiit niatler.
-__.-.-__A.V*w^ - 'HE DELTA TTMH8. SATURDAY NOVEMBER xS , 1905.
THE DELTA TIMES.
1 TJHI.-JIH1ID   KVKHY   SATURDAY
A.    O.   U.    W
SU-*CJUl*TION,   $1.00  P***- >'���
AUTKKTiaiNC B_>'i'l��.
ir.
and, as far as known, incurable    It'
.-sometimes exists in a latent form in      Delta Lodge, No. i- meets first
| an animal, as long as it  is kept in j am' third Tuesdays of ��ach month
a ?ood con di ton. but if overworked.; ;n oddfellows' Hall.
; or a cold breaks  out, it  assumes a
'Virulent ionn at once.    A  fruitful'
McRAE & Co
IS
the   cestom   of   liariiu  public
ukir
Tht- disease  is also
I contracted by human beings, though
.h.��*A_SS2!S^^ of <be diseasf
M_wauc-t tai��rtio��.     Tke   muni*,   "I   !'"�����; .
IMkucesl by the apace ooctpied, uliuwto the i IS
���*���***������ .   i drinking troughs for horses
late* torCsnuurcial AdsrtcUiemeott can be, . ,
_fcfi����ppiS��onattw.o*so.. The disease  is also  liable to be
X-.-1H.J* ..turn M ""ts* ��<f Hae tor aach In
*^.-d����*t-��oti^;i~..K��rri.ge.ji.��.  [this is the   arer form.    When it is
Aay tp��*i��i ioatlce, the object oi which ia tu j once iu power in the  system, how-
JmX!m^l^o\lM^^l^^\ever, its deadly work   is  quick and
Md sjhargMl aerardixgW.
All adTirtiii����ao��U eb^rfesl A>r until ordererf
��at aud |>aid i*r.
Om*��pt%*inei (aritesl ea matter! ut public i
iaaveat. Ceaiaawiicaitoaa t*9 editor unit be ac-
���anpasiad hy nerut of writer, nt>*. necemnjs |
_>r nahlicatlea, hut a* r��;dein.��. ���>��� good raitn .
Ovesflvaadeact ataat r����c>i tki. o&rc by Tkurs-1
Jay eves-tug.
G*o. K.. Mamlbt,
Manager.
BATUHBAY, WOVSMBHK 18,   I905-
tbe sufferings are described as ex*
jcniciatiug.���The World, Nov. 13 .
It behooves our Couneil to see lo
it that every precaution is taken to
prevent its introduction into this
district. When once it enter.--, and
we hope it may not, ii will cost I at 8 o'clock
many thousands of dollars, prob- welcome.
ably', to cope with it, beside the enormous loss in valuable  horseflesh.
W. C. PYB.-TS, M.W.
Gbo   R.  Manley, Recorder.
I.O.0 F.
Delta Lodge, No. 21.���The regular meetings of this Lodge are held
every Wednesday evening at 8 p.
m. Visiting Brethren cordially invited to attend.
Frank Ciut.is. N.G.
Dr. A. A. King, Se:.
tDpiifiyi
mu,
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C. O.  17
Coun  Frasei   No. 398, iiicets  in
Oddfellows'   liall, second   and  last
Thursday evenings of each  month
Visiting Brethren
A. YORKE, C. R.
I. HUME, R.S.
NEW WESTMINSTER, IJ. C.
A lull line of English and Irish
Tweeds and Fancy Trouserings always kept iu stock.
BE UP AND DOING.
A*- will be seen bv the following,
Vancouver has a hard nut to crack
and it will require the united efforts
of both the Council and the Government to accomplish the desired
result.
Glanders, that disease, the very
name of which strikes terror to the
hearts of owners of flesh, is prevalent in this city to an extent which
Should arouse all owners of the
faithful beast. Not only is it iu
the city to-day but in the months
past it has done its deadly work to
���itch an extent that over fifty horses
have been condemned and killed
and an inspection is now being made
of the stables of the city in the hope,
by the adoption of heroic measures,
of crushing out the disease before
it spreads further. For this purpose, Dr. Tolmie, Dominion veterinary inspector, arrived in this city
on Saturday and has this morning
being going about with the local
officials making an investitation.
Among horsemen the feeling is that
there should be even a more
thorough inspection than is now
in progress. These claim that every
Jkorse in tbe city should bl^amin-
��el at once and suspected cases immediately dealt with. This course
may .seem, at first glance, unneces-
arily harsh, but by those who are acquainted with the ravages of the
disease it is stated to be the only
proper one.
Vancouver is not alone in the situation, however. The scourge has
{also broken out in other parts ofthe
province, especially in the Okanagan
district around Peachlaiid. Dr.
Tolmie has spent much time in that
district endeavoring to head off the
disease and two men are now at
work there.
Tbe story of how the disease came
to Vancouver is an illustration of the
baneful effects of little things. A
single horse was brought from across
the line 15 months ago by way of
Princeton and ultimately was sold
to the Vancouver Breweries, Ltd
It -was afflicted with glanders and
before the owners were aware, thc
fourteen horses in the stable were
affected. The animal had, before
this fact was discovered, been sold
to the Commercial Motel and was
hitched to the 'bus running to the
trains. It paine in contact at the
station with a large number of
horses every day and with others
at the stable where it was boarded
The tesult was soon evident in the
disease being transmitted to other
horses and from that time it has
gone sweeping on,
The Dominion government, realizing that the killing of suspected
animals is for the public benefit,
has provided that the owners of
condemned horses shall be paid a
portion of their value. The ani-
jraals are assessed and dray horses
p��ay be valued up to $150. Two-
thirds oi tbis value is paid the owner by the government. In case of
more valtiable animals, where they
jtre registered stock, the value may
be run up to $300, on which, also,
two-thirds is paid. 1
T|)e djsesse is very couugiousl
Dr. Wilson was a visitor to Vancouver ou Wednesday.
No Poison in Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy.
From Napier, New Zealand, Herald: Two years ago the Pharmacy
Board of New South Wales, Australia, had analysis made of the
cough medicines that were sold in
that market. Out of the entire list
they found only one that they declared was entirely free from all
poisqns. This exception was Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, made by
Chamberlain Medicine Company.
Des Moines, Iowa U.S.A. The absence ofall narcotics makes this remedy the safest and best that can be
had; and it is with a feeling of security that any mother can give it
to her little ones. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is especially recommended by its makers for coughs,
colds, croup ana whooping cough.
This remedy is for sale by F. J.
MacKenzie.
Fence Posts.
If you  require  fence  po-ts just
drop me a line, or call and see
THOS. ROBERTS.
Laduer B.C.
CLUBBING OFFEK.
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
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.
BO  YEARS-
EXPERIENCE
Tradic Marks
Design*
Copyrights 4c.
Anjroaa lending a akatoh and daacrlptlan mar
uleklf aacaruin onr opinion fraa whathae an
.-���mtion la probable paiantahla. Commaaiaa-
msitriell-eon-dentlal. HANDBOOK onPatenta
-nt free. Oldaat ajronor tor ������curing patent*.
I'.'itonta takaa through Mima A Co. raaatea
ftetak wAiu, wlthoat wane, lo tha
Scientific American,
V handaomelr lllvatrated weekle. Ijirraat ovulation of any ���olaaUDo Journal. Taenia. IS a
/���ar: lour muntba, |L Sold brail nawadaalara.
HUH *&�������������. New York
Hranca Ofloa. tt F Bt- Waablaiton. D. C.
For Sale.
From 75 to 100 cords of wood, at
the Boundary Bay ranch. Price,
$1.25 per cord on the ground.
J. GRAUER.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
That sixty days after date I intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission
to purchase two small unnamed Islands lying west-southwest about
half (Y2) mile from District Lot No.
Five Hundred and Thirty-two (532),
Group II (2). New Westminster
Distrp t, ami containing in all abou
250 acres of hnd, more or le?s I
hare this dav staked and posted a
copy ot tins notice on above lands.J
Dated at Port Guichon this 4th
day of November, 1905.
W. J. LEA*Y.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR
Room a. Bllard Block. Kew Weatminater.
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Delta Transfer Stable
LADNER, B. C.
SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND  SADDLE HORSES
ON SHORT NOTICE
Team Work Dono at Specially Low Prlcea.
I J-
HENLEY
Jl. c.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Manufacturer* ofall kludlc-f
Soda  Water, Ginger
Ale and Summer
Drinks.
Your patronage solicited
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f Horse Goods! I
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��� Our  Htrnow and  Horse Furnishings
J-f-thLtve long pro-red  reliable, aad they
X built not ottly for .-.ty-tc but wear.
��� REPAIRING A SPECIALTY,
I huqh Mcdowell,
JL LADNER, B. C
������(-s-*-******,*^^
Fashion Stables -
Trucking and Draymg.
Livery  work of all  kinds attended to promptly.
Wm Alexander
Ladner. B. C.
FOR
R. CROWE.
High Class Paper Hanger
and Decorator.
Flemish    and    Hardwood
Finishes a Specialty.
Residence���Slough  Road.
arm Implements
I Machinery
Of All Kinds,
Buggies & Wagons,
Ball Ties,
Gasoline Lampa,
Lubricating OHs,
Goal OB S\ Gasoline,
y      Or almost anything in that
line go to
J.T.StaintM
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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.
New Crop Now In Stock
HOME GROWN and imported
GARDEN, FIELD AND
FLOWER SEEDS
Wholesale and Retail.
Special Prices to Farmers' Institutes
Tkouaads of Fruit and Ornamental Trees.
RHODODENDRONS,      ROSES
GREENHOUSE AND HARDY
PLANTS
now growing in my  Nurseries for
Spring planting.
Eastern prices or less. White Labor.
FERTILIZERS,
BEE HIVES AND SUPPLIES.
CATALOGUE FREE.
M. J. HENRY, Vancouver
3010 Westminster Road.
WHEN  YOU  WANT
A first-class joint put up in first-class style
call or send your order to the
Delta
/Heat & Commission (&
Phone 9.
Ladner, B.CL
Buggies-
If you want a nice new
Buggy, up-to-date in
every respect, or if the
o-" you. have needs
painting, call at
G. T, BAKER'S ^OS^"^;
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JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.
Telephone " Ladner" No. 10.
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HELTA TINSMITH CHOP
&-* imsBBiihwma    *��� itmanmmmaxa*ummm **W^-_������__������_���_���
The Place for Tinsmithing, Bath Tubs, Stove
Pipe, Conductor Pipe, Roof Plates, and .Brery*-
thing Else in This Line.
Agent form
Gurney Foundry Co.'s Stoves.
P. D. Dod's Miawd Paints.
Yoho Bath Heater.
Just the thing for making water hot for washing*��i*ir*r
utensils, scalding hogs, or for wtA day. Ey��y
Farmer's Wife Should Have One.
ROBT. MAY,
Westham Street,
Ladner, B. C,
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l-jor-j j ���.*��������< IM*.
CAPITAL, - .- - $3,000,000
RESERVE FUN.OS,      - - $^302,745*.
TOTAL ASSETS, - -        131,183,625
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Savings Department.
Deposits of $1 and upwards retseiiv^d. wad Ia%esr-
est Allowed at Highest Current Rates.
 55 BRANCHES.	
BRANCHES IN BRITISH OOLUMBIA-*-*>-V��ncenn��r, Vmoottver
East End. Mt. Pleasant; Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Ros-.xtr&,
Victoria, Vernon, Chilliwack. Cumberland and New We5tmln��t��r.
L. M. RICHARDSON, Manager, LADNER, B. C,
ANOTHER CAR OF
Royal Household
Flour
Just Arrived*
Brans Shorts, Etc*
A Full Line of���*m
Fruit Jars,
Jar Rings,
Jelly Glasses.
-AT-
HJ THK DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER if, 1905.
StURCH   NOTICE.
/-. U. SAINTS.
(Anglican.)
Holy Communion ��� Sundays,
5:30 a.m. Est* Sunday in mouth,
ti a.m.
Matins, it o'clock.
Evetntong, ; o'clock.
���"fill-day Schoolat 10 a.m.
Friday, evening service 7:30.
Rev. Canon Hiltou. vicar.
CATHOLIC
Reverend father Edra. Peytavin,
O.M.I, bervices first and third
Sunday oi" each month at 10:30 a m
Benediction, 7:30 p.m.
Kev. J. Wagner,
Parish Priest.
METHODIST.
Services next Lord's Day at n
a. in. and 7:30 p.m.
Class meeting, 1O.30 a.m. every
Sunday.
Sabbath School at 2 p m every
Sunday. Prayer meeting every
Thursday evening at 7.30.
Xev. J. F. Betts, pastor.
ST. ANDREW S PRESBYTERIAN
Services next Lord's Day at 11
a.m. and 7 p.m.
Sabbath School at' 2 p m Midweek meeting on Thursday evening
at 7.30 o'clock.
Rev. A. McAuley, Pastor.
BAPTIST.
Sabbath services at Ladner at 11
a.m. and 7 p. m.
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at
7,,30 p. nu; choir practice at 8.
Jas. A. Banton, pastor.
 , _    ��4;
Let Us Talk I
Over*
Have you, young man or young woman, ever given the
future any- consideration? Are you content to drift along as
you are with a superficial public school education which does
not prepare you for earning* your living. j *
There are openings for young men in die business world j a
as stenographers or clerks.'Women are eligible for the sani_<'
position?, what could you do in such a position? Are you a good
penman? Are you rapid and accurate at figures. Can you use
the typewriter so as to write 40 words per minute? Can you do
well the many things that are required to bedone in the business offices of large cities? .
Unless you have taken a course in the above you are unprepared for office work except in a small village. We can
prepare you for a good position���a position that will in a few
months pay for your investment. Some of our lady graduates are earning $40 a month and over.
Miss W. K. Smith receives 40 per month from the
Hastings Shingle Manufacturing Co., as stenographer. Miss
Menzie starts for the Yorkshire Guarantee aud Securities
Corporation at 545. Several are working for the C. P. R.
at $30 per month and upward.
WE CAN HELP YOU TO A POSITION LIKE THIS
If you come to us and work hard. If you want further
proof of the way we help to positions write us and we will
send you more names.
But don't put off. Every month you delay means one
month's salary lost. The sooner you graduate the sooner
you are in a position.
It sfcouM lie bome in mind that
evi ry cold weakens the luni_s, lower- th* vitality and prepares the
system /or the more serious dis-
lascs, among which are tUe two
j^r, atest dttAroycrs of SltUJUiU life,
;��.���;. junoni/. tuvl cnns.nK'jtioit.
Chambei'Lisu's .
Cou^h Remedy I
has won its great popularity hj its W
promj>t cures ol" this most cotnmoM |
**", ailment. It n��.-s expectoration, relieves the lung! and opens the
secretions, effecting a speedy and
permanent cure. It counteracts
any tendcucy toward pneumonia.
Price 25c, Large Size 5��c.
When You Have a Bad Cold.
Vou want a remedy that will not
only give quick relief but effect a
permanent cure.
You want a remedy that will re
licve the lungs and keep expector
ation easy.
You want a remedy that will counteract any tendency toward pneumonia.
You want a remedy that is pleasant and safe to take.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
meets all ot these requirements and
for the speedy and permanent cure
of bad colds stands without a peer.
For sale by F. J. MacKenzie.
"Grace, can you tell me what is
a cubic yard?" "I don't know exactly, but i guess it's a yard that
that the Cuban children play in.���
Ex.
According to The Commercial,
of Winnipeg, the visible supply of
oats in the United States and Canada, east of the Rocky Mountains,
is 27,383,000 bushels, compared
with 28,362,000 bushels a year ago.
V.e   "ntmress.
The question Is mooted whither flat
vulture knows of Its quarry by sight or
smell. How does it communicate the
news of a feast to its fellows? A tiger
had been killed.
Colonel Ramsay ordered tbe carcass
of the sklaned tiger to be dragged out
from under tbe thick mango trees Into
the open. Taking -oat bis watch, be
lsknd ����� to mste a guess as to how
long tbe -vultures would hike to clean
tlie flesh off tbe bones. Some oue said
half ���� _��>ur. As there was not a vulture in night, this seemed even betting,
but Colonel Ramsay gave them teu
minutes, wbich proved to be correct.
There waa one vulture at flrst seen
soaring round and round very high up
In the cloudless sky. He closed his
wings and dropped ou to the carcass
with n swoop. In two minutes the sky
was full of vultures, all concentrating
from every side ��n tbe spot, and arriving wltb all the InpetM their drop
from a ��i*aa.*t helglit -gave them as fast
as lt tehee to tell the story. Then
there commenced * (frightful scene of
literal tarnage, every ���one tearing wltb
sharp, booted bill art tbe entrails first,
then at tbe flesh, all fighting for room
to get a piece and tumbling over ono
another witb frantic haste.���"The Forests of Upper India ��nfl Their inhabitant*," by T. W. "Webber.
What Holds the Hovel.
Frank Norrls, author of "The Octopus" and "Tke Pit," wns a most virile
writer and a man of 'decided opinions.
He was wont to say of tbe great factors In  molding public  opinion  thnt
Vancouver  Business College,
Limited,
149 Hastings Street,    -    -    -     Opposite Province Office.
D. H. ELLIOTT, Principal,
Camp Hope
Lumber Mill
H-as been movad to Beaver Dam, on the
Scott road, and is now prepared to supply
all kinds of Rough Fir Lumber at reasonable prices.
G, 0. Dennis,
East Delta.
NEW  YEAR'S
BKITISH   COLUMBIA
[itt Minor eoiif iin
(Westminster Branch)
Time Table
Cars le��v* Westminster lor Vancouver st s.50
Snd 6.jo a.m. anil hourly thereafter uutil ll p.
pn.; Saturdays and Sundsys at n p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminsters at 5.50
and 6.50 a. nl. and hourly thereafter until m p.
pi.; Saturdays aud Sundays at 11 p.m.
FREIGHT CARS.
We run irst-clnsi freight cars between Westminster and Vancouver and all shipments are
handled with tbe utmost care and delivered to
consignee without delay Special attention paid
to fruit shipments. Out wagons meet all boat*
���nd trains.   Por rates, etc. apply to
S   is. SHII.ES, F. R. GLOVRR
Traffic Mgr. Local Mgr.
Westminster. B. C.
5000 Telegraphers
_���_���-__���       NEEDED
Annually, to fill the new positions
created by Railroad and Telegraph
Companies. We want YOUNG
HUN and LADIKSofgood habits to
LEARN TELEGRAPHY
AND R. R. ACCOUNTING . . .
We furnish 75 per cent, of the
Operators and Station Agents in
America. Our six schools are the
largest exclusive Telegraph Schools
$n the world, Established 30 years
and endorsed by all leading Railway Officials.
We execute a $250 Bond to every
student to furnish him or her a
position paying from $40 to $60 a
month in States east of the Rocky
Mountains, or from $75 to $100 a
month in States west of the Rockies,
immediately upon graduation.
Students can enter at any time.
Jfo vacations. For full particulars
regarding any of our schools write
direct to our executive office at
Cincinnati, O.   Catalogue free.
THE MORSE SCHOOL OF TELEGRHPHr
Cincinnati, Ohio.       Buffalo, N.Y
Atlanta, Ga. -,��Cros��, Wis
Tpxarkana, Tex* Sw Francisco,Q���
DRAWING!
Win $WO in Gold
MacKenzie's
QRAND - PRIZE - CONTEST
Competiton Closes Saturday Evening,
December 30th, 1905.	
We carry a most Complete and Up-to-Date Stock of Dry Goods and Gents'
Furnishings and at prices which can't be beat anywhere.
HRST PRIZE,
SECOND "
THIRD    "
FOURTH "
fIFTH     "
$50 IN GOLD.
20
15
10
5
if
u
it
it
Every Purchaser of ONE   DOLLARS'  WORTH of GOODS will receive ONE
TICKET.
' Tickets to be given ONLY for Cash Purchases.
MacKenzie 's
Dry Goods Store.
\e pulpit speaks 1>ut -once & TrceX
Uie press is read witli lightning bast*
and tlie morning news la waste paper
by noon* but tbe novel goes i�� the
borne to stay."
Tbis opinion was aired by Mr. Norrls
In tbe lobby of & hotel in a small tows
lu Illinois. Among tjiose present wai
a country editor, wbo was prompted ta
.remark tbat the novelist'* views reminded him of hie dog Wolf. Wolf persisted in running nwny from home, klll-
ittg chickens and annoying -children in
the community. At lstft-a method waa
adopted by which tiie -dog was confined to hie own trainee lead.
"Chained him, A'!" was the thought
voiced by several of "the company.
"Yes, elr," declared the editor. "An*l
If your modern novel goes Into the
bome to stay let Wolf remind you th.*.
It's on account,of the binding."
Political Economist".
While great fortunes and great Industries have almost Invariably beea
created by uneducated men, parvenus
unembarrassed wltb learning, who)
taught themselves what tbey found
necessary to .kuow. we And, on the other band, that those men who "have mad��
commercial science, political economy,
their study baye not shown any sue
cess in business and have remained
theorists. Most 'political economists
have had to'live on their peu. Mr. Cob-
den went bankrupt iln business. 'It is
true that Rlcardo was-"well'off, but ho
was a stockbroker by trade, and wltb
blm political economy was<only a bobby, not a serious result. -It is Strang*
how .few business men of the first rauk
have a good word to say of .political
economy. (
���         ,   ,'���*���*
Pookrtlur * Fee.
For a whole year the-famous English
physician, Dr. -Haddiffe, attended a
friend without a single fee passing be*
tween 'tuetn. As he was leaving arte*
his last visit the patient said: "Here,
doctor, 1s a .purse in wbich I have put
every -dtty's fee. You must not let
your kindness get the better of my
gratitude; so please take It." The gen-
erous physician put out bis band to reject the purse, but the chink of tbe gold
was too much for his amiable resolution, so be put lt in his pocket wiving;
"Singly, sir, 1 could have refused them
forevtT, '{Hit all 'together -I um-afraid
they are irreslstTote:"
Literally Exact.
The Politician���Now, don't quote me
as saying anything.
The Reporter���Oh, no.' I'll simply publish what you said.���Life.
A G(v>it,-l�� TAa-lra.
tooti'l 'be discouraged-; keep a-tryiii',
An' you will get your wish;
Sometimes the very shortest line
Pulls up the biggest lish.
His Wife's Bread.
Brown���I believe that half a loaf it
tetter -tbau no broad.
Tow-ile���H'ni.-C! uessj-ou ne-ver tasteit
���mj- *Wife*_ bread.
Behind.
fte married a leading laSy,
And she's leading-still, 't**,*said,
���Tor shs spends his money so freely
That he never can get ahead.
���Philadelphia Bulletin.
There are two through passenger trains per day each way to and
from Seattle aud a mixed train to
And from Bellingham.
Time Table.
Train leaves Cloverdale at r:ie
p.m. asad aairives.atPort Guichon at
2:ao _>.tK.
Train leaves Port Guichon at
2 :fo noon and arrives at Cloverdale
at 3:55 p.m.
Mondays only.
j5M**'j
Our Sheet
Metal Fronts
Oflfer y��n Uilotfftti Itaprovr-.it.en_, at
���msn co-it, rat any ntylft tff -bulkan^.
We taftli* ibet* complete, to suit
mi* 'j-irod or shuped stfuctuK���the
Mwii metal finish Including door and
witKiow caps, cornices, eto�����fa a tgvaat
variety of styles.
They a;Vve a very haft-tWme effect*
and tuidurtng'. practical sctisfrfction.
We (five tfititttSLHje. if you send
uitpaewrcnitmls and crtitJtftO ol .-lie budding.
Think ft. oVer.
Metallic Roofing Co.,
Limited.
WKoleeale MMtuf��ctvjrers,
Toronto, Canada.
aaaaaaaamsmam
ROBT. MAY, Ag��nt,
LAnXER.     *   *   *   *   *     B. &
���.- sv t
, an
���;rr* '��*kv*
THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY, TCOVEMBElfc i��, 1905.
aeae-a L��- _____��� ���  ______-___M_6__w-_----_-_a____-____��-_|_____^     1   e____g5i
���*������:.'
SANTA
f
Headquarters.
IV   '
ft STOCK OF CHRISTMAS GOODS is the Largest and Betf Assorted ever shown in Ladner, comprising High Grade Fane*/ Goods, Toys and Dolis, Fancy China, Glassware, Cutlery, Bamboo
Furniture, Drawn Linen, Piano Drapes, Fancy Handkerchiefs nnd everything lhat is in Demand at
Christmas time.
Presents ior Young and Old.   Mo Trash.
:��� 1 :
npHIS has always been a Great Success and we intend to make it a Greater Success
This Christmas we shali Give Away
2S PRIMES, VALUE
10 Prizes Suitable for Adults.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
v.
7.
8.
9.
Kitchen Cabinet, -
Silver Bread Dish,
Piano Drape,
.Lamp,
Half Dozen Silver Forlos,
Half Dozen Silver Table Spoons,
Lady's White Voile Waist,
QUt Picture Frame,
Silver Gup,    '.    '���
10.  -Silver Cup,
Value,
Value,
Value,
Value,
Value,
Value,
Value,
Value,
Value,
Value,
$25.00
4.50
4-00
4.00
3.00
B.OO
300
2.50
2.60
2.50
10 Prizes Suitable for Children.
1. Hocking 33.or.se.
2. Parlor Croquet.
3. Castle.
4. Hressed  Doll
5. Sleigh.
6. Drum.
7. Toy Wringer.
8. Vacuum Arrow Pistol,
�����. Blocks.
10.   Doll.
mamma
A TICKET
for a Chance In Our Oreat Christmas Drawing will be GIVEN AWAY with each 50 Dent
Purchase, and the Brewing will take place at O o'Clook Saturday Nights
Beoember 23rd, in Our Stare, in the SAME WAY AS LAST YEAR
which proved very satisfactory to all concerned.
(2X0 EMPLOYEE!, or Member of Hia F.wnUy, will be-allowed to participate ia this Drawing^
PRIZES WILL BE EXHIBITED
In Our Windows next Monday, Nov. 18th, on which -date we will commence giving away Tickets innth purchases.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
TVMB LELATER.
No Trouble to Show Our Goods.
MARSHALL   SMITH THE DELTA TIMES. SATrkD'AY XOVKMRKR iS'/iot*.
Toe ai; Maws.
Robt. Crowe went ov.r to Vnr:-
couver this morning.
H. J. Kirkland was a passenger
Up riyer on.Wednesday.
M. C.  Baker went up to New
Westminster this morning.
Sam Rawlins paid a short visit
to the Royal City yesterday.
Hiss Dodge went up to the Royal
City, this morning, for a few da>s*
���int.
W. A. Gunn, we understand, is
laid up with inflammation ot tie
lungs.
Miss MeLeod, of New Westminster, \a visiting her sister, Mrs. Jas.
Follis.
Marshall Smith returned home-
on Monday Irom a visit to Vancouver.
Geo. Lasseter, sr., was a visitor
4o Vancouver, on Tuesday, on bu.-i-
pess bent.
H. N. Rich, wile and family
���pent Tuesday in the Royal and
Terminal Cities.
Marshall Smith's store is certainly worthy of a special visit at the
present time. We happened to drop
in the store yesterday and was very
agreeably surprised at the enterprise displayed by the management
in catering to the Xmas holiday
trade of this district. Special tables
have been erected for the display ot
tancy crockery and glassware. The
stock in this department is very-
heavy and the assortment exceedingly choice. We noticed that
special Xmas attractions were also
in evidence on the hardware side.
Passing to the dry goods store, the
finishing touches in arranging the
tancy goods and toys, etc., had just
beeu completed, and upon inspection of the display what impressed
us most was the lack of "cheap tin
trashy goods," the stock being comprised ot good, useful and serviceable presents. We noticed that several ladies were looking around and
that they were not being pestered
by the salesmen to buy, which appealed to us as a veiy good plan.
In passing out, Mr. Wilson, the
genial manager of the dry goods,
called our attention to the window
display of the prizes for the Xmas
drawing, aud in answer to our
query informed us that more interest than ever was being taken this
year in the drawing. There is no
reason why a dollar should be spent
outside of our own this holiday
season when such an assortment
can be selected from at home.
THE CASH STOKE
New Westminster, B. C,
Fred Parmitcr wife and child
came over from Annacis Island on
��. visit to relatives.
Mrs. W. Abercrombie and Miss
Crake were among the visitors to
the Royal City to-day.
John MacKenzie has an ad. on
another page which tells all about
mis New Year's drawing.
D. McGregor, wife and family
returned on Wednesday from a
��ery pleasant visit to Agassiz.
Henry Garrow returned, Thursday, from Nanaimo, where he has
fceea during the past two months.
Auley Bugge, of Harrison, Ont.,
i�� visiting his cousin, C. Bugge,
.and will probably remain during
thia winter.
mix*. Harvey Creech and sou,
.Stanley, left, this morning, for Victoria, where they will spend Xm is
frith relatives.
Rev. J. F. Betts went up to New
Westminster on Wednesday to attend a meeting of the directors of
(he Columbian College.
Tbe Canadian Order of Foresters
intend holding their grand masquerade ball in the Town Hall, Ladner,
r*n Friday, December 8th next.
John Perram received word, on
Wednesday, of the rather sudden
death of his mother at Stamford
Hill. London, Eng., at the ripe age
of 73 yeara.
Public Meeting.
A Public Meeting will be held in
the Council Chamber on Saturday,
Nov. 25th, at 4 p.m., to consider
Railway Matters.
STRAYED
Onto   my   premises   about   two
months ago, one red-and-white Calf.
Owner may have same by proving property and paying expenses.
W. R. ELLIS.
IMPORTANT.
A meeting of the Shareholders ol
the Q. S. Mining Company will be
held iu Delta Municipal Chambers
on Wednesday evenitig next at 8
o'clock.
NOTICE.
The firm of Baker & Taylor,
carrying on business as blacksmiths, having been dissolved on
this, the 15th day of November,
all accounts due the said firm must
be paid, on or before December 15th,
to the undersigned, by whom all
bills will be settled.
G. T. BAKER.
Ladner, B. C, Nov. 15, '05.
in wm, full term.
Mrs. C. E. Banton,
Voice and Piano
Pupils prepared for Concert. Church
and Home.
Special Attention Given to Voice-
placement,   Tone-production
and Expression.
For Terms and Lesson Hours Apply at Temporary ��� Residence,
Mrs. A. B. Barbsr's,  Ladner.
PIANOS
Always  a   good   stock   of  the   famous   "Heintzman"
Pianos on hand at our store in Nuw West.minstkk,
In   Vancouver  we   have   AO  mm,     g*     of  the Music
TEACHERS & MUSICIANS **V "m  Vm
Hointaman Pianos*
.*     Why?
Because  they   want  the   bast  and   the   best   is   the
������HBJNTZnAN."
Prices Low - Terms Easy a
DYKE, EVAN! S CRLLAGHBN,
Hamley Block,       -      -      New Westminster
omnmmmmnMm*mmm*m**mmmm
Here re ome opportuai ses for
shrewd buyers which should not be
overlooked; These items should
cause a great stir at the big store all
next week.
Ladies' Win!er Coats of Beaver, Frieze and
Boucle Cloth, Regular $7.50 to $12.50.
Your Choice, $4.95
Ladies' -Winter Coats of Fine English Beaver,
Tweed and Frieze, lined throughout
with Italian Cloth, some with Satin,
Regular $13.50 to $28.50,
W$��%    Your Choice, $9.75
" d\\9Ti 'Vow. ���''ant to
uuce or Live IJt.ock.
Capacity 500 Tons
Warehouse
Space 24,000 Square Feet
9.8
TES  ON  APPLICATION*
We are still offering1 many lines
of Dress Goods at ridiculously Low
Prices:
Fancy Tweed effects, 40-inch,
Regular 25c for lT^c yard
Fancy Tweeds and Mohairs, 44 and 42-inch,
Rejular 50c for 37^c yardj
Beautiful Imported Tweeds and Checks, with
small flakes and some with overplaids,
Regular 65c and 75c for 50c yard
.
T. H. SMITH.
[niiinii.
The most liberal offering ever
made to the public of British Columbia,
Everyone lias 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 you
want anything in the musical line.
We are giving away, absolutely
free, the following valuable prizes,
totalling $525.00:
1st Prize Your Choice ot���
One Nordheimer Piano,
worth  $450
Or    One    New    Scale
Williams Piano, - - -
worth     450
2nd Prize, One Sousa Talko-
phone and Records, - -
worth
3rd  Prize,  One Violin aud
Outfit,   -  --------
worth
50
Silk Bloum&s I
Just a few odd sizes left which we
must clear out in order to have room for
our Xmas Goods.
Blouses in Taffeta, Japanese Tafieta,
Tameline and China Silks, worth irom $4.75
to $10.50, going now at
From $2 to.$4.
Call Early and Have your Choice at
THE WHITE HOUSE,
*���'
J, BIRTCH, - New Westminster
A.
At nominal cost, private iadividuals or business
men can put their important papers and valuables i-m a
secure and convenient place.
This is a boon to those who do not possess a safe,
and to families travelling.    ���
These boxes are accessible during all business hours
to the renter, who  holds the key.
RATES s   $1.50 por year.
Westminster Trust & Safe Deposit Co.., Limited.,
Authorized Capital, $25,000.
DEPOSIT VAULTS AT THE OFFICE OF
F. J. HART & CO.,
New Westminster, B. C.
^^^^mm^d^M^^^m^l <*i
iM* B &_$ f��%���**-,\h"s. m a m a fe*i I
dtle    ^i ���-'3 <H;'*��- ��v ���*'�� <&
. Watch 33 and Jewelry at Lowest Prices.
Repairing a Specialty. u
���   ���I      II  II III  Hill     llll II II II "I     ��� II   _lll I  I
25
Write for particulars of
Drawing to    -   -   -   -
558 Granville St.,
Vancouver.
mi"
The New Merchandise - -
There is something about the opening of a new season that starts a thrill
of new life. Every change seems to
have a beauty and a fascination greater
than any before it. We have just
opened up some exquisite
C A. Limoges China
which was awarded the only "Grand Prize" for Limoges Productions at St. Louis Exposition, DINNER and TE.-. SERVICES, CUPS nnd SAUCERS, PLATES, RAMI KINS,
BOUILLON CUPS, OYSTER PLATES, Etc,
We can just give a suggestion of-the value in pricing
100-Piece Dinner Services,
d    *'���    "(TWO STYLES)
1 MSttmplMlVk Nb tCDB iiirh \%-it rs --3 v yttfffl H. a. t,����� ,m

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