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-Vol. I. No. 41.
LAUNCH, B. C .   .TURDAY, JUNE 16, 1904.
41.00 a yea'
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Special
The Hop. Sydney Fisher, Min-
i i"i cf Agriculture, has authorized
I the live stock commissioner to an-
j lounce that any Canadian who
^ Iii bits horses, rattle, sheep, swine
r poultry at*the 5jt. Louis Expos-
cultural College, at the conference I jt*oni will receive such services as
of dairy experts held at the Depart-1 ate granted to exhibitors in other |
ment of Agriculture,  Ottawa,  last
By ceratiou    . we ��������� der
-land the exposing of mi k to  tl i
air, or the forcing of air into milk i
said Prof. Dean ofthe Ontario 7 trri-'
tn i e
I fall.    The theory of th; practice is
, that the oxygen ofthe air purifies
or improves this milk,' and at the
' same   time   gases   or  volatile  oils
in Bulk 35c Ib.   3ibs. for
and 5t
I which is forced in the milk be per-
j fectly pure, the result will undoubt-
i edly be an improvement in the flavor
land physical quality ofthe milk.
The experiments at the College
have not shown any advantages from
IN PACKET TEAS WE HAVE THE
Blue Ribbon Tea
White and Red Labels, usually sold at 50 .cents, for 40 cent per lbs.
Also the famous
classes, and in addition the Department of Agriculture will pay to | W.. 'H. 'Ladner Requested
to Withdraw Resignation��� Chief of Police
Resigns.
Council met on Saturday, June
ii, at 2 p.m., with the Reeve, R.
E.. Kittson, in the chair, and Conns.
Embree,. Huff, Holmes, Davie I aild
McKenzie present.
Minutes .of previous meeting
were read and adopted.
COMMUNICATIONS.
each such exhibitor a sum equa]|
to the prize money which he se-
res in the competition for which he
enters. The Expositon authorities
which arc in the milk are enabled! ask that the commissioner of Ex-
to pass away. If the air to bibitions shtJll countersign or en-
which  the   milk   is  exposed   or *dorse the certificates of registration
of pure bred stock.    All entries  or
applications for space for live stock
should be  addressed  to  Mr. Wm,
Hutchison,   Commissioner,   at the
Canadian     Building,     Exposition
grounds, St. Louis. All such rriat-
tsrating milk. 'Probably the con-jteTS vvi,! be properly and promptly
ditions there, so far as feeding the j attendedI to .and the intending ex-
cows and caring, for the milk are *>ibitC!'s duly notified as to the con-
concerned, are better then those ofp1'*'011 '��� of the Exposition in regard j delivering ..rock immediately. Re-
the average farm.   The farmer may to their Particular classes. j _ejye<j and.filed.
be compelled to feed  his cows in i ~r~~������Ba= |    From  McBride ..& Kennedy, re
such a way, or the cows'hem-. Ives i been suggested to cool the milk un-. repairs to roads on' Westham Island.
may get such feed, that ceration   of I der cover.    Probably the best plan  Received and filed,
the milk would be an advantage.       is to set the cans of milk in tanks |    The resignation of Arthur Leslie
as policeman was accepted.
A petition was read from. H.J.
Kirkland and 31 others, asking that
From Gilley Bros., notifying Hhe
Council that they would commence
���'RATION IN THB BARNYARD. ��f C��W Watef-    R��"��in.*T ���� Water,
I at a temperature of 40 to 50 degrees,
Iu many cases, however, the f-irisj gives. ,le i(,ea,  CL,;1:; itions.    Where
not pure, and often'temuch harm as I that is not obtainable  ice will be
the Slough  road she jnatk.6^ feet
good is done.    Instructor  Publow necessary  to  get  the   milk   prop-j wide.     Referred   to -a 'committee
has mentioned that fifty per ceiit. of er*>' cooled.    In that case the milk J consisting of the whole Council.
should be Sufficiently stirred while I    Applications were received from
Salada Tea
Blue Label in Black and Green at 40 cents.
Bed Label in Black at 50 cents.
Don't go past Us.     Do Your Business at Home and Spy*
Money.
When passing take a look in our Grocery Window and 3
novel little clock "MINUTES," after seeing the clock, spend a .
two inside.
the cans in Eastern Ontario are le!;
in the La: ;, aid. ^mating rniik in
the barnyard is one of the worst
things a man could possibly do.
We have milked our eows in the
yard, which is kept a good deal
cleaner than the average barnyard.
We have put the asrartor outsid
E. L. Kirkland and J. W. Rudd
for the position of constable.   Laid
co ding to bring the cool milk from
the outside of the can to the centre.
aud so facilitate th��  rapid cooling over for consideration and Clerk Ao
of the milk, with a minimum of ex-| advertise for applications, the same
I postrre to the air.   Milk for factory! to be in by'June 24th.
1 work should be cooled to a temper-j    On motion, W. H. Ladner waul
i-ature at least below 70 degrees,   to: asked to withdraw his  resignatioa
^I 60 degrees if   possible.    There  the; as police.magistrate.
fence, milked the cows and have j mill, is p;lid for by the fat content I    The Revenue Bydaw passed the
let the milk run down over the sera- J tlie owner ;s assured of better and j third rcadiqff.
tor.    The result was that  we got more uniform tests if he will stir the      The   Clerk   was   instructed   to
some oi" the  wor.,1   milk   we could mjlk and keep the cream from  ns-j notify residents and laadowners tp
possibly have.    Unless the air be|jnjr
Yours very truly,
W. A. CLEMONS.
Publication Clerk.
pure, it would be better to cool the
milk with as little aeration a.; possible.
COOLING   MILK   FOR   THE'   CHBBSE
FACTORY.
Codling of milk is a most important poii.t. The advantage ol coolingl special despatch from  Liaoyang to
the  prowth  ol i t]'e of!lcal Me*ssenSer says the battle
STAKELBERG DEFEATED.
St.    Petersburg,  June    i'6. ��� A
is that ii   prevents
. r   rr 1
the    .   ���
which are apt j
iii .the
Marsh
Dislocated Shoulder.
On Saturday last as four little
lads were making their way down
to the Bay, from W. J. Brandrith's
���where they were visitors, one of
them had the misfortune to have
his right *houlder badly dislocate, .
It was done in a *very simple manner. It appears that these boys
���were riding two on a horse when
they met some young men who,
���wanted some fun. Little dreaming
the harm that would mrise from
their pranks, they started the borsws
down the hill at a lively pace. Two
Of the boys managed to hold on to,
their horse but the other pair were
dismounted with the sad result
above noted, Edward R. Living-
sCton*,. the ^year-old son .of W,- S.
���Livingstone, being the victim. He
is getting along as well as may be
expected.
of Vafangow raged the whole of
yesterday, and tlie Japanese, receiv-
miLs-.  jng   considerable     reinforcements,
, pere ara 1.. 1  ivaj iol cooling milk. 1 crushed the Russian  left flank aud
One Is by the maximum of exposure compelled the Russians to retire
(to the air, and  the  other by the'northward.     No   estimate   of  the
minimum   of   exposure    to     the
air.    Tlie   first   method,    the   use
of such   a cooler as the Star 6r
Champion, will coul  milk  rapidly     HAND TO HAND FIGHT.
which is .1 decided  advantage,     A J     Tokio, June 16.���It is persistent
disadvantage is that nn.- must have
No
losses given and no mention is made
ofthe loss of Russian guns.
The Council is making a fine
plank roadway opposite the post-
office, 30 feet wide, tapering off to
16 feet to Alexander's stables. It
a good solid rail, about tour feet
high, were put along the outer edge
it would make an ideal place to
bitch a team while calling for mail.
The market yesterday was a
failure so far as prices are concerned.
All lines were overstocked. Beef
sold as low as 5^0 per lb. by the
carcase; veal 6c to So; pork, tic and
so on down the whole line of mar-
Jteted g'QosU. ,
Too Great a Risk.
In   almost every  neighborhood!
someone has died from an attack of 1
1
colic or cholera morbus, often before
medicine could be procured or a
physician   summoned.    A   reliable!
remedy for these diseases should be;
kept at hand.   The risk is too great'
for anyone to take.    Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem-1
edy  has   undoubtedly   saved   the!
lives of more people and releived
more pain and suffering than  any
other medicine in use.    It can al- j
ways be depended upon.���For sale'
by F. J. MacKeurie.
water elevated or under pressure in
order to use the ordinary cooler,
ly reported that the war office has
received a despatch from the front
stating that the Russians have been
and a great many farmers have not I totally routed after after a lengthy
such a water supply. A second engagement near Palitchan. The
disadvantage is the labor of lifting fighting is said to have finally re-
the milk up to the cooler, and of solved itself into a desperate hand
washing the cooler afterwards. The I to-hand encounter, in which the
majority of farmers will not: undergo! Japanese displayed the strongest
the iabor necessary to do this work ' staying powers. The Russians re-
properly. To lift the milk up, to let treated, leaving behind them twen-
it run over the cooler, and after- j ty gnnsand 1,200 killed and wound- j
wards wash the cooler, is more than \ ed. The Japanese losses are said to)
the average .man will do. Then j have been very heavy, but no figures
there is the difficulty that by using j are obtainable.
such a cooler,  the milk  is largely j 	
exposed to  the air and  the same |
cut all thistles and noxious weeds
on their property.
The Reeve and Coun. Huff were
appointed a committee to examine
gravel pit at Mud Bay, and report
at next meeting.
On motion the following ae~
counts were passed for payment: H.
J. Hutcherson, #7.05; Marshall
Smith, $20.55; Cunningham Hardware Co., $5; C. P. R. Co., ireight,
$32.80; C. H. Richardson, $3; F.
J. MacKenzie, stationery, etc.,
$11.40; J. Follie, wotk ou road,
512; Geo. Ormiston. salary, $65;
A. Leslie, salary, $50; Sing, work
on Embree road, $14.65; H.sFrazer,
do., $12.12; J. Kelly, do., $31.15;
J. McKee Allan, $76.90; Geo.
Dennis, $137.70; IJ. Crawford,
$159.30.
The Council then adjourned till
Saturday, June 25th, at 10 a.m.
Jas. Cook and daughter-retarneH
home yesterday.
Order your Preserving Strawberries from us and we will deliver
them wheu the price is .right���Citr
Bakery.
Mrs. S. Smith of Dewdney, and
Mrs. Fee of Kamloops, who weie
.visiting their mother, Mrs. Yastx,
sr.,*left for their homes Thursday.
The Presbyterian Sunday School
picnic will be held on Tuesday, the
28th inst , on the Crane; propert}
at Bound ry Ba.y.
risk is run  a.s  in  the  use of the
aerator.
Any form of cooler, which cools
ihe milk rapidly exposes it largely
to the air. And wiiiie this gives
an opportunity for the gases and volatile oils to pass i.e. av, impurities are
apt .to be absorbed. To overcome
���tais difficulty va.riau
Kirkland went to-Victoria
yesterday, on business.
Inspector of Schools Stewart arrived in tows yesterday,
.GARDEN PARTY.
Owing to the damp weather the
above has been .postponed till Tuesday afternoon next the 2tst in*t���
at two o'clock.
As this promises to be cne cf ttl__e_
The Westham Island people had
a   .picnic   arranged   tor  yesterday.
The   weather was very ' uupropi* i most pleasant affairs of the sessqq,
.-vices hawe j .iccus for the event. |.o.,gc��iJ turn dat,is,anticipated, THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY JUNE iS, 1904.
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THE   DELTA  TIMES.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
Subscription, $1*00 per year.
AnVERTISING RATES.
Canal Advertisements, 10 cents per line for
Ike first insertion, and 5 cents per line for each
subsequent insertion. The number ot lines
reckoned by the space occupied, 12 lines to the
inch.
Rates lor Commercial Advertisements can be
had on application at this office.
Reading notices 10 cents per line tor each insertion.
Birth and Death notices, 30c., Marriages $1.00.
Any special notice, the object of which is to
promote the pecuniary benefit of any individual
lany, tobe considered an adverti
vertisement
or company,.	
and charged accordingly.
All advertisements cha.gcd for until ordered
out and paid for.
Correspondence invited on matters ol public
interest. Communications to editor must be accompanied by name of writer, not necessarily
for' publication, but as evidence of good faith
Correspondence must reach this office by Thursday evening.
Geo. R. Manley,
Manager.
1%
SATURDAY,   JUKE   18,   IOO4.
GOOD  ROADS.
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  Do you want good roads?   If so,
"���'..' ,
you must do  your  share  towards
"obtaining them.    What must we
do towards getting them?  is the
....^question asked.     What you farm-
,   ers mast do to obtain _jood roads is
to go hand in hand  and present to
..,���,.the Councii a petition containing
the names of more than one half
;;;,the taxpayers ofthe municipality,
praying the Sound, to go ahead
and draw up a by-law for the pur-
, ,ppse of negotiating a loan foT this
, .purpose.    The Council cannot take
'��� ithe initiative, so it remains  for you
who really want good roads to do
"   yeur part, and do it well.    You
'will  not likely  find opposition in
��� tne- Council.
CITY VAGS:
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It has come  to  our notice, from
time to time, that the cities show
but scant regard* for the isolated
��� iSPttlers in the outlying   districts.
.iAh undesirable citizen enters a city
ll��rtry quietly and eludes the eagl��-
'fery'ed cops fear a short while, and
then, for fear  he  might pick their
ajjockets while  they   are taking  a
quiet nap looking for���for���strayed
.<jatsr.the charge of vagrancy is preferred against  him.    After he  has
"been charged with vagrancy, he is
turned loose into the outlying districts, where the police are so plentiful that two may travel all day toward each other  and not meet by
dark night.   Where the settlers are
very  much  isolated.,   aud   where,
���cry frequently women and children
'We unprotected  all day  long and
iii into the night,  while tlie. hus-
bfchd is working elsewhere or in
town-on business.
City Fathors should think this
nifitter over very seriously.
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD.
On Saturday, May 9th, a collection was taken up in  the streets of
Sydney,   Australia,  in  aid  of the
hospitals of that city.    The number of coins collected was 470,001,
amounting   altogether   to   ,��4,124!
2S. nd., or roughly speaking $20,-1
620.   The  copper coins   alone  of
one and two cent value weighed no'
less than three tons.    A munificent j
gift was also presented to the public
of South  Australia,  a few weeks j
since by J. H. Angus, of Adelaide.
It  consists of   a  building  of fifty
large  rooms  and  eighty  acres   of
land, and is to  be  used  as a home
for consumptives.
J. Reagh
-DEALKR   IN-
Mrs. (Canon) Hilton arrived on
Thursday from Fort Macleod, N.
VV. T.
Fine Boots,
Shoes *
Rubbers
.Best Goods, Lowest Prices
At the meeting of the Baptist
Sewiug Circle on Thursday, 9th
inst., the members presented one of
their number, Mrs. F. Lacey, with
a handsome glass and silver pickle
jar together with their congratulations and best wishes for her future
happiness.
The Best Liniment.
' 'I have derived great benefit from
the use of Chamberlain's Pain Balm
for rhematism and lumbago," says
Mrs. Anna Hagelgans, of Tuc!cahoe,
N. J. "My husband used it for a
sprained back and was also quickly
relieved. In fact it is the best family
liniment I have ever used. I would
not think of being without it. I
have recomended it to many and
they always speak very highly of it
and declare its merits are wonder-
ufl."���For sale by F. J. MacKenzie.
Custom  Work a Specialty.     I
Practical Horseshoeing &
AH Kinds of Repairing
W. H."Taylor's.
Gents' Clothing,
Hat5& Furnishings
At All Prices.
Public Notice.
Applications will be received by
the Delta Municipal Council up to
Friday, June 24th, for the position
of Constable,  Road Tax and Dogj
Tax Collector.
By order.
N. A. McDIARMID,
C.M.C.
Ladner, June 13th, 1904.
Best Line of Boots & Shoes in Town.
Eubbers to Suit Eyeiyone.
Staple Dry Goods at Lowest Prices
-AT-
Public Notice.
The Delta Farmers' Institute are
giving $50 in special prizes for
horses, cattle, sheep, pigs and roots
at the Delta Agricultural Exhibition. Competitors must be members of the Farmers' Institute, in
good standing, on June 30th next.
By order.
N. A. McDIARMID,
Secretary.
Ladner, June 13, 1904.
.J.Hutciierson's
Incorporated 1869.
DELTB mu SOCIETY.
CAPITAL, $3,000,000.      RESERVE, $3,000,000
A General Banking Business Transacted.
On account o!' the Victoria Exhibition taking place extra early
tbis year, it has made it very awkward for the district shows to be
held at or near their usual dates.
Chamberlain's
Remedies.
Gfcamberlain's Cough Remedy.
For Coughs, Cold9, Croup and Whoop.
Slig Cough. Pittee _5 cents; large size 500.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Far Bowel Complaints;   Price 35 cents.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
/An antiseptic liniment especially valuable for Cuts, Bruises, Sprains and Rheumatism,   Price 25 cents; large size 50 cents.
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Chamberlain's Stomach and
Lirer Tablets.
For Disorders of the Stomach, Lives
rmd Bowels.   Price 25 cents.
Every one of these preparations
fas guaranteed and if not fully sat*
Mactory to the purchaser ths
duuiay will he raf unded.
The Annual Exhibition  of  the:
Delta Agricultural  Society will  be
held on  Friday and .Saturday, the
14th and 15th of October.
FURNITURE 1 EFFECTS,
���COMPRISING .:���
Kitchen Stove, Combination Kitchen Table, Kitchen Chairs, Pots.
Pans, Plates and Dishes, Parlor
Stove and Pipe, Easy, Rocking and
other Chairs, sSettee, Centre Tables.
Bookcase, Overmantel, Extension
Dining Table, .Sideboard. Sofa,
Hanging and other Lamps, Pictures and Frames, Clocks, Carpets
and Mats, Hat and Umbrella Stand
and the contents of 3 Bedrooms,, including Bedroom Sets, Bureaus,
Washstands, Chamber Sets, &c.
Also THE PIANO,
in first-class order, and Music Stool.
whicli
Mr. K. N. Rich
Has rec ived instructions from Mr.
G. Walton to Sell by Auction, at
his residence, in the Village pf Ladner, on
wis 1 a at bh
At 2 o'Clock p.m.    Terms Cask,,
Savings Department.
Deposits of $1 and upwards received and Interest Allowed at Highest Current Rates.
 49 BRANCHES:	
NOVA SCOTIA���Halifax, An-
tigonish, Bridgewater, Guysboro,
Londonderry, Louisburg, C. B.;
Lunenburg, Maitland, Pictou, Port
Hawkesbury, Sttubenacadie, Sydney, C.B.; Sydney, Victoria Road;
Truro,  Weymouth, Amherst.
ONTARIO��� Ottawa, Toronto,
Pembroke.
QUEBEC��� V
West End, Montr.... .  ul t.
N E WFOUNDI. A N I ���-- St.
John's.
NEW BRUNSWICK���St. John,
Bathurst, Dalhousie, Dorchester,
Fredericton, Moncton, Newcastle,
Rexton, Sackville, Woodstock, Ed-
muudston.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ��� Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Grand
Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland,
Victoria, Chilliwack, Ladner.
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
���Cliarlottetown, Suromerside.
CUBA ��� Havana, Santiago de
Cuba.
UNITED STATES���New York,
Republic, Wash.
H. K. WRIGHT, Manager,
LADNER, B. C.
BLJi
S3 BwS3,
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Notary Fetliiic,
Mm. Eiff l \wm is
Ladner, B. C
Purchasing Agent
Brackman-Ker Milling Co.
tlmWedv,
I iu 1119 ns I
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f   J. HENLEY   I
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Delta Transfer Stable
LADNER, B.C.
SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND SADDLE HORSES    $
ON SHORT NOTICE
Team Work Bone at Specially Low Prices.
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JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.
��� Telephone u Ladner" No  10.
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Whether it be sisal, standard, standard
Manila, Manila or pure Manila, the user
of McCormick twine may be sure that
he is getting just what the tag calls for.
These five different brands are the
standard in their respective classes, and
for evenness of strand, full length, and
great strength, fill all the varying needs
of farmers. Order from us.
J. F. STAINTON, Ladner
���:���   NEW WESTMINSTER,
������� Manufacturers of all kinds ol J,
I Soda Water, Ginger *
4    Ale and Summer j.
I             Drinks. f
1       Your patronage solicited f
^��^s��>��*<>��^^��>*^*,^��-*,V**i**-��*��>***I*
Stokes &
Purveyors.
Cullis ]
For PRIME BEEF, MUTTON
and PORK TRY US.
Westham Street,
Ladner, B. C.
Fasliion Stables ���=
Trucking and Draying.
Livery work of all kinds attended to promptly.
Wm. Alexander
Ladner. 13. C.
LAND NOTICE.
VTOTICB is hereby given that, sixty (60) days
A" nfter the date oi'thin notice, I intend to
make application to the Honourable the Chief
Commissioner of Lands aud Works for permis-
Bion to purchase oil thnt portion of the south-
eust quarter of Section n, Township 5, New
Westminster District, which forms a lagoon or a
tuud flat at Boundary Bay, which has not already Vieeu Crown granted, and whitfh contains
50 acres, more or less.
WM. H. LADNKR.
Ladner, B. C, 30th March, 1904.
Teas!   Teas!
Mrs. W. S. Livingstone wishes
to inform her customers that she
has just received a fresh supply of
Teas.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVBYOR
Room i, Hilars! block. New W.��t��iiMer.
IF YOU WANT
or
Fruit
-GO TO-
W. A. Kirkland.
A constant supply of Good Milk
Cows for private families or for
dairy use on hand, also
30 Head Young Stock.
II.
Time Table.
IN EFFECT MAY i, 1904.
No. 1���Leaves Victoria at 7 a.m.,
arrives at Guichon 11:30 and at New
Westminster, 2 p.m.
No. 2���Leaves New Westminster at 1 p.m., Guichon, 3 p. m.,
arriving at Victoria 7:20 p.m.
McRAE&Co
IENIII THUS
NEW WESTH1NSTER, It. C.
A lull line of English and Irish
Tweeds and Fancy Trouserings always kept in stock.
Strayed
On   to   my  premises,   about two
weeks ago, * Black Horse.    Owner
may obtain same by proyiug property and paying expenses.
J. ELLIS.
ladner, B. C.
j Meae
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SALE
We have a $15,000 Stock, Prices on which have been Cut in Two, with exception of the Slater Shoe.
HAVE A BIG STAFF OF CLERKS ENGAGE OR THKSALE, so vou can depend
upon being properly served.
fc&g*
LADIES' $4.50 and $5 American Shoes in Patent, Kid
and Vici going for $3.
LADIES' Fine Low Shoes, heavy and light soles, Regular $3.50 and $4.50 Lines, for $2.
LADIES' Fine Low Shoes for $1.25, worth $2.25.
CHILDREN'S Boots by the hundreds, from 25c to $1.15.
BOYS' Boots 85c ��to $1.25.
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MEN'S���Geo. A.  Slater's Fine Patent Leather Boots,
Regular Price, $5 and $6, going for $3.95 a Pair.
All other lines of this make at reduced prices.
MEN'S  Fine Box Calf and Kid Shoes,  sewed, from
$1.75 to $2.50, they are worth $3*5<>.
MEN'S   Medium  Heavy  Lace   Boots,  $1.35,  same in
Gaiters.
MEN'S Fine Kid Low Shoe-?, .151.25 a Pair.
MEN'S Canvas Shoes, $1.20; Regular $2 Line.
WE
.REMEMBER You get a CUT PRICE on Every Shoe in the House (except Slater's), so now is Your Chance to Secure Bargains, the like-of which
have never been known in this City before.
S.&LE WILL CONTINUE FOR ABOUT TWO WEEKS- SO WE INVITE THE PEOPLE OF DELTA TO COME RIGHT ALONG.
Wm. J
The Big Shoe House,
, NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C,
x/\ THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY JUNE 18, 1904.
LOCAL NEWS.
School closes on Friday next.
will be rendered.   All are invited.
Do not forget the date.
The Gun C".ub meets Royal City
this afternoon at Moody Square.
W. H. Ladner was up town yesterday.
 ���  C Albersoti, 0: Westham Istattd,
McLaren's   Imperial   Cheese��� was im Nanaimo,  Wednesday, on
City Bakery. - bttsbess.	
_ _. ,. .      ���.������������,, _J    The   Wt**:^-.i:-.ster   Intermediate
Mrs. P. Riplmger is visittnt at
Mrs. W. H. Taylor's
Mrs. Giflanders was a  visitor  to
Westminster on Tuesday.
Mrs. Thomas returned, yesterday, from a short visit to Westminster.
Mrs. Alex. Paterson left yesterday for an extended trip to the
East.      	
Mrs. T, McNeely paid a short
business visit to Westminster yesterday,
H. N. Rich leaves, on Tuesday.
for the Kootenay country, for a
.short visit.
Club  plays  our  Lacrosse Club on
the _-uh
Paul Swanson's little daughter,
who had her elbow dislocated, and
a bone of the arm fractured, by a
fall, a short time since, is about all
right again.
Arrangements are being made by
co.nmittee of the 12th July Orange
Celebration for an excursion by
train from here to Vancouver where
the celebration is to be held.
Mrs. T. R. Paterson returned,
yesterday, from a business trip to
Westminster.
TEA ! TEA! ��� Just received
new shipment new crop Old English Breakfast Tea���City Bakery.
Alex. Paterson, of Inverholme
Farm, is making extensive improvements in the shape of fencing,
fainting, etc.
Mrs. Carss expects to leave for
Vancouver on Saturday next, where
ihc will remain for some time with
mother daughter who is teaching
.school there.
Mrs. Harrington, accompanied by
her daughter, arrived on Monday
from Guelph, Ont.    Mrs. Harring
ton is a niece of Mrs. J. Kirkland,
whose guest she is.
Mrs. C. H. Davis left, on Wednesday morning for a couple of
weeks rest and recreation. During
her absence she will visit friends at
Wharnock and Chilliwack.
Whale Oil Soap, Hellebore, Paris
Green, etc,, etc., for Spraying your
Rose Bushes; also serviceable Hand
8prays for using the same, to be
obtained at the Drug Store.
Don't forget the date of the Garden Party under the auspices of the
Indies' Guild of All Saints Church,
Tnesday afternoon, the 21st inst.,
gt 2 o'clock.   Admission ioc.
Miss MacKenzie arrived, Thursday night, and is staying with her
parents, at the Drug Store. She
will be at home to her friends on
and alter the 26th inst., all being
well.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kirkland
and daughter returned home yesterday. Mr. Kirkland reports the
Upper Coantry in a flourishing
condition, and he and his wife look
much refreshed by the trip.
The crops are looking first class.
Tfhe gentle and welcome showers
fcave freshened up everything wonderfully. In the fruit line the cat-
IHrpillars are completing the destruction commenced a few weeks since.
The election of School Trustees
will take place en Saturday next,
in the different school districts,
nominations opening at 11 a.m.
and closing at 12 noon. If election
is necessary tbe poll will close at 4
p.m.
Nothing Like Experience.
"One truth learned by actual experience does more good than ten
experiences one hears about." Tell
a man that Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy will
cure cholera morbus, and he will
most likely forget it before the end
of the daj*. Let him have a severe
attack of that disease, feel that he is
about to die, use this remedy, and
learn from his own experience how
quickly it gives relief, and he will
remember it all his life.���For sale
by F. J. MacKenzie.
A. 0.   U.  W.
T-VEI.TA LODGE NO. 12, meets first and
U third Tuesdays in each mouth ia Waddell's Hall. T. W. KHRR, Recorder.
I. C-.ILCIIR1ST, M. W
I. 0. F.
Court Osseo, No. 3443, meets
in I O O F Hall, 3rd Tuesday in
each month Visiting brethren
always welcome. C. R, J B.
Burr; R S,   B S  McDonald
1.0.0 F.
Delta Lodge, No. 21.���The regular meetings of this Lodge are held
every Wednesday evening at S p.
m. Visiting Brethren cordially invited to attend.
F. J. Mackenzie, N.G.
A. W. Oliver, Sec.
S.S. FORAGER.
Butler Freighting & Towing Co.,
Ltd. ��� Stealer  Forager (Captain
Btttler) for charter.
Apply to
H. N. RICH, Agent,
Ladner, B. C.
Notice.
A supplementary meeting of the
Delta Farmers' Institute will be
held in the Town Hall, Ladner, on
Saturday evening, June 25th, at 8
p.m.
The meeting will be addressed by
Prof. Shutt, Central Experimental
Farm, Ottawa; and J. R. Anderson,
Deputy Minister of Agriculture,
Victoria.
N. A. McDIARMID,
Secretary.
Ladner, June 10th, 1904.
The Ladies' Aid ot the Methodist
Chnrch met in the Parsonage on
Tknrsday, when arrangements
were made to hold a strawberry
festival in the Town Hail on Friday
��TWi��S WSt.   A short programme |
;"i;s��s5^.<j>...^.��.^;<.^isss^.��.^;.��.;}:.��.^; ���-���<������������
Horse Goods!
Our Harness and Horse Furnishings
have Ions proved reliable, and they are
built uut only fur style, but wear.
RBPAIRINd A SPECIALTY. '
HUGH MqDOWELL, \
���    LADNER, B. C. J
���^^���������H^^H'*^*-?^^''-1^*"'^^*^^'-^**^***
B-K. Co.
Jlndrew Clausen,
Having entered our new premises
we have opened up a large consignment of NEW GOODS. With a
better opportunity of displaying
our goods we cordially invite our
patrons te call and inspect same.
-FOR-
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE!
You can not get better bargains than at Port Guichoa. ]
We keep the best stock of everything that is needed for the\|
general public.     Call or send in your order and we guaran*
tee satisfaction. 1
Telephone 5.
W. L. McBRIDE, t^^e'SSS!S^o.
,
Jeweller, ���tc., Etc.
Buy Your
lyot Water lyeater flow I
s
The Yoho Bath Heater is Now
on the Market for $17,501
You have seen them demonstrated in your city and
kno.v just what they can do.
Just think of Hot Water (Boiling at That) in 90
Seconds, and only an Old Newspaper or Handful of Old
Chips to produce the result.
They are neat as well as ornamental, and weigh but
25 lbs.
d* W? Yoho Bath Heater Co., Ltd., <*
737 Pender St., Vancouver, B.C.
Write for Catalogue.    Mall Orders Receive Prompt
Attention.
Robt. May, Agent,
LADNER, B. C.
i__���.i  	
W.   J.   Brandrith
Horticultural Supplies
Fruit Boxes,BerrvGrates
Ladner,
B.C.
This Space
Buggies, Etc*
Our Stock of Buggies, Road- j
carts, Wagons, etc, are of|
First-Class Quality and we'
carry .a complete line.
Q. T. BAKER'S N^Shogg-<^-
Mowers, Eto.
Frost & Woods and Deer
ing Mowers; Hay Tedders
Rakes, Binders, etc.
Full Stock on Hand.
���J
Call and See
Our Steel Frame
Yankee Gates;
4-rt. For 14-ft. Opening, $8.50 Ki
4-ft. For 16-ft. Opening, $9.50
I     C    WAHP    WESTHAM STREET,
���J.   \*e   W/\UC, LADN.ER, B. C
SINCLAIR'SCLEARANCE
Is Now in FULL BLAST.
Everything 6oes.
Never before were  there such  bargains offered  in the -City of New
Westminster.
This sale will be continued all next week.
W. E. SINCLAIR
tSfe Leading
.Shoe Store
Holmes' Block, New Westminster.
�� /yardman & Bryson, *
DEALERS  IN
Graniteware, Tinware, & Hardware,
Steel Ranges & Stoves.
Tinsmithing -and Plumbing a Specialty.
Columbla Street. 823 Granville Stroet,
New Westminster. Vancouver.
-is-
Reserved
J-OR-
RPKEE BROS.
MENS'
WOOL
PANTS
LEG, 29 to 34; WAIST, 32 to 43
Price, $1.50.
Phillips, The Clothier -
JSTear  VVcstwinster.} B- ,C-

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