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Vol. 6. No. 28.
LADNER, B. C, TUESDAY, M4RCJ* ��, 1909.
School BoanL   'Our Victoria teller    The feM.
Ready for Spring Business
u
All the New Spring Qoods have now arrived.    All;
Departments Complete.
Ladles' Wear,
New Dre33 Skirts ia aPi the new
materials and coloring-..
New White wear. New Blouses,
New   Hosiery,,  Gloves, Underwear, Raincoats.
Wash Goods
NEW PRINTS, new white and
colored muslins, sew _*oas and
embroideries.
N��w  Une   NECKWEAR   and
BELTS *fc till the new ffleaa.
mS&P
McCall   -   Patterns   -   McCall
Men's Department-
MEN'S  ant* BOOT
CLOTHING.
See the new '"Cambridge" Suits for
spring, the very latest desig&s in fine
Scotch Tweeds ali
sizes, at $12, $14.25
and $17.
Boys' Apiece Norfolk amd 3-pieoe Suits
in all! the new Tweed
���effects from $2.75 to
The Board of Sehool Thuftees
met .n -the Council Chatriber ��on
Saturday, Match 6th, wKh Trustees Smith Wright (in the chair),
A. DeR. Taylor, P. Swensen. W
Pybuaaud R. H.*|guaggan;p.e9et!t-
Minutes   ef ' previous   meeting
were adopted as read.
OQMMWICATIONS.
Victo'.ia, 'Manb ?6���The p��*tj New ' Westovnw&ir, "March 6.���
week has seen considerable progress Market condition- sjiil continue te
made'in the work ot the Legts-* improve as the spring opens up,
lattste. The Medical Bill, shorn o. MSach week seeing au increase iu the
somed. "its objectsonab'e feat .ires, i-s | quantity of produce brought to the
nearly ihrough ttje-comm��ttrs."6tcgs.. market forf,ate, and an increase in
at  is <e*pected  that prorogation''.be 'demonic, ircr   all 'iines.    Last
wiil 0_e   tci-ehed   next   week,   ul   nwcek was the  k*4: .fiffr some time,
jthenrfh-aomc of the most important v{hfe w^kvwM-,t_H'betttr, although
bills still "remain 'tc be dealt witli,
,'much ttior. business will come before the tull strength of the .wring
diiion of toilets at Stadoer-school. \K Service Bills. is att*'ne��-   'Frem *riy morning
Received and filed and Secretary to |    The-aoMver of the-Governnwrut Bntil M ��''^ock a Sood *����">����
From A. A. Kinft, M.H.O..<_Mn-|nam���iyi   ,he   y/MT  Clauses,  tic
plaining against  the size and con-
Grand Trunk Pacific and the Pit-
reply. ho  the Local Option petitions to
From A.M. Maxwell, teacher at gtnt a plebiscite was'lookeil upon
East Delta, asking power*�� deal as tixavXy a 'convenient way <0f
wkH a.__.��__ bad 'boy. Teacher|shejvingiti,issuijject.torthepresent.
to be sustained  even  to expulsion | The peculiar action of .the Govern
ment   in 'voting    for    Hawthorn-
of scholar. j
Frem Alex. Robinson, Supt. of
Education, notifying tbe Board of
the government'-intention to build
���schools at fhe followin; places:
Bensontroad, Oultside-and Annacis | L,ocal Option
Island, also requesting the Board to j    The appaiUtnient of a
thwefce's-resolution which ded.rres[tht 'imum the d��""tt for horses
and  cattle  at  reasonable .prices is
that Local Option is -dbjectio....-!. e
and ineffeative is now considered as
an open declaration of kostilif "to
SHIRTS and ��LOVES bearing this
brand are considered the best fitting
goods on the market.
W* carry a complete list ol
these Shirts and GUov.es and recommend them.
STANMELEfS tlfeaderwear for
Mem sad. Boys, in all weights.
Comriis-
procure-deeds of lots ior same. Tfaejsion to ^n^ information which
Secretary was insttucted to forward J wffl be a_efol te-the Licensed Vktu-
deeds-soon as possitile. : aiers' AssociatwaK, at'the expense of
From a number ��f resid��us of j t\.e   province,   ought to   be ion
HATS���See emr lite of Hard and Soft Hats in all the
New Spring Shapes and Colors    ...-���..
New Easter Neckwear*
Hardware Department
A Car of the BEST AMERICAN BARB WIRE jnst in, at ft 8 lh.
FINEST QUALITY TIMOTHY and CLOVER SEE��.
OARDEN and FLOWER SEEDS.
Grocery Department.
Kew and Strictly FRESH GROCERIES arriving daffly.
Ve Want Ytur Business.   We wari Your Egos.   PRICES RIGHT.
to rent the grounds again as it may
be needed at any time, but the Sec-
Telary was perin-tted tthe use of i;
(far Iceepiug the fcnst.>in repair.i'pro-
vided he vacate mt u\vj Htne if required 90 to do.
Tbe Secretary read the Inspec-;
tor's reports wliich showed the'
���schools ia this district to be 'in a;
verv good condition. The Secre-i
tarv was authorized to forward to
each teachtfr a copy of tl e Inspector's remsrrksupou their work.
The following ass .tints were ordered paid: S. W
R. J. Lord, Tfc.fto;   Delta  Times,
���$4.30; li. Hoffj_rd,-f2.5o; A. Quag-1 ��en at least, and the more we can
sgan. $2.50;  H.  N. Rich, $20;  L.;|get in, the kss--win_e'the iodivid-
, Fawcett & Wilson
LIMITED,
told by the Doctor is one of most
intense iriterest. The public are
cordially invited.
Reserve Friday, March nth.
DR. ROBSON WILL  PREACH.
Rev. E. Robson, D.D., of Vancouver, is announced to preach in
the Methodist Church here on Sunday next, also at East Delta at 31	
.. dock in the afternoon.    Dr. <Rob- i    .Renumber the .Sale of GTanite-
son is the only surviving member I ware now on fit Latimer & Elliott's.
_>f the   first band of missionaries j	
sent out to British Columbia by tbe j ������     ��- -
Methodist Chtftxb *n Canada. Vifty
years ago on the 10th of February
last the little bon. of devdted men,
consisting df Revs. Dr. Evans, ._.
White, A. drowning and E. Robson landed -at Victoria to lay tbe
foundation ei a work whieh has
grown to snch proportions in tbis
province. Dr. Robson will preach
jubilee sermons in -the afternoon
'and evening. The story of the
tmmsbf d*ys -in  British Columbia as,
W. H. Smith, Grand Master of
the A.OU.W. of B. C, is in Vau-
COCVer attending the session.
Strawbmy  Hill, asking  for anew'
school tu be built  iu tkeir district.
Received and filed.
From Miss KUa Hoffad, asking
elusive evidence as'to the po*_kin
i f the Government.
The   weather   bas   b��_.   very
���changeable    Crocuses are in l_u .m
for   three   chaws    lor    Atmieville^t vegetation it slow.
school.   S��_retaryto supply ���same.
With regard to the old Trenant me in (��,����� 0f constructi.*. and
school grounds it -was decided not ftj,e outlook for a year's prosperous,
"business is v._y good.
A large number of new residv;���ices
RiiJe Association.
Editor IDelta Tcmes-
Sir: '��voting 'to a great deal of
misunderstanding in connection
with Rifle Association matters, 1
think it would be advisable to pub-
' lish a lew of tne important 1 ales.
We are atM-icM'* <o have the Association in wofking order** soon as
Fisher, $2.40;\ possible so as to start practice early.
WeTequire an enrolment  of thirty
was done and 'by 'that time all the
stock hed'been chaired in the*build-
ing and thebuyers lutti moved'onto
thc sqwarew. here an exceptionally
good stock' businesTt was being
transacted.   >\Vith the 'progress of
Wansen, $15; Hardman & ^Co.,
-$1.75; W. J. Brandrith, fa.; -salaries, $710.
The following tenders were then
lopened:
For TatiitoT Work���
V. J. Perkins, at $30 per month.
B. Fenton, at $15.-50 per ruotttk
���foa- tve mouths, and $16.50 per
���month'for seven-months.
Mrs. R. Devereaux, at fi6per
-Uonth.
Mrs. ���Lucas, at $20 per mocwh.
On a ballot being taken. Mrs.
Devereaux received the appoint-
^ment, duties to commence April ist.
For Flagpole*���
St. A. Coleman, $90.
.J. P. HPdllis. $1*2.50.
���L. Hansen, $60.
On motion L. H msen wa��
awarded the contract.
iFor'buildh-g toilet at Ivi- Delta���
'H. J. Cresswell, $30.
i   'T.h.3 tender was considered too
i'fcigh and   the  building  was la it in
the hands of A.  DeR. Taylor  to
ual cost. Our gTeatest expense
will be the building 'and maintenance of the raxij^e. The ammal fee
will Ke decided upon at tue next
meeting, to be uot less than $ 1 per
year.
Any tu_.��. between 18 and 60
years of age k eligible by taking
the oatl: ot allegianc. to His Majesty.
Any member may resign bv giving three months notice in writing.
Twc-thirds m^j >riu  vote of members .present  at ti  . peoa
will-expel any member.
SEED WHEAT ��� Red  Fife and
Blue   Stem;   Timothy,   Clover,
Ro..t and Garden Seeds.
SUTTON'S FAMOUS SEEDS.
Brackrcan-Ker  Milling  Co..  Ltd.,
H. N. RICH, Ladnei?, B.C., Agent.
THE DOWN RIVER RUN.
We we glad that the people of
Ladner ancl Slevestoii will a^ain,
to-morrow, be pieced in tomwuni-
cation With the city by means-of -a
large steumer, and the general consensus of opiuion is thit the resumption of the service by the,, , , ,
Transfer will be welcome.                  !have 8a,ne doDe ^ *** hh()U
Robert Jardine has taken a move j     The  Board  then -adjouia_d
which  will  be cordially welco;iiedi Saturday, -April.JJ'.H, at 2 \ .m.
by the farmers, and  his  action is a I
prompt   response   to   the   petition! ~
whiekwaswidelywrculated among(     Mrs    (R    ^ j    R   Bettg enter.
the   merchants -some  weeks   ago.!    ... ' .,-___.
The service will be in "the hands of|ta,ned the members of the Sabbath
men'thnre-ughlytreerl .e 'fhe river. | School Board at the  Parsona ; , on
a good  service -is guaranteed and
the new owners are men   who have
only'local interests to serve, instead
till
becoming-stranger attil ttbreatens to
develop invo a rush.
Beef was plentlWl ��_ld >the'demand was trocri, ar,v:l-�� primeimeats
sellingtettdily-iat '��_t wet>k'-siBrices.
Mutton vras more rplentfuli Ufaau
usual, Hut was still -shot, of'the
'heavy demand. SVeal'was much in
request and although the supply
was large in comparison with previous weeks, tthe >deraaad <wws
equally vigorous and sold rapidly.
Pork was wit as laryeiy represented
as last week and was soon sold out,
the price remaining steady.
Eggs were offered in large numbers and although an em-leafvor was
m uie to maintain theprice set last
wetk, a weakness'was shown from
tlie start * nt. <iealers were glad to
sill .�� 3c sbort (.' last week'* whole*
sale'f.gure at the close. Butter wu
offered iu sufficient quantity to supply the market but ne more.
Fowls were much more numerous than they have heen ior many
'���weeks, but stH! weir insufficient to
more than cover the heavy demand.
A few ducks were shown on the
market aud immediately sold at $r_.
Apples were not pl_a.ti.ul although more were offered this wreak
-than for some time and all found
quick sale. Potatoe., were more iu
���evidence but the-slrength ofthe demand was sufficient to boost the
-price from ^20 to $2? a tou.
Following is the list of quotations
^prevailing at yesterday's market:
Beef, hindquarters, ���$%c to 9j��c
per lb; forequarters, b\ic to 7}��c.
Mutton, 13c to i.;c p;r lb.
Laab, '114C.0 t$s per lb.
Veal, medium, u>ic per lb;
large, 9c to ioc.
Pork.ec to 8>-.c per lb.
'Eggs,  wholesale, -eye per  doi;
meeting .retail, 35c.
j     Butter, 3,5c to 40c per lb.
The government allow
to every four men and   too
oue rile     Fowls ^8.00 to $_0.00 per doz;
rounds 1 chickens, $7.��<��to$8.oop-rdoe.
of a .great corporation to whom the
conduct of a river boat i�� but a
small matter.���Diily News, New
Weitminster, - Match 2. '09.
ot amtmmitieu per man per year,
which must be accounted for, 49
rounds must be Ikr.u at feed Tan gee
each year.
Amtnurvi-i-ii ..1<cve the 'too
rounds will be provided at 'be rate
ot 2c per round by th- D.-pati nent.
In addition to the set of "Standard Rules" -eucti association raakes
rules deemed ne.e��__y fcr thc
proper carrying out of the Association's interests.
Tbe idea of the Government is, I
think, to train men to shoot so 'hat!
in time cfneed there is  a  parti    yj
trained body ot'tnec to fall back on.
If the time ever comes when it will
be necessary  to call  out the K'.!fte
Wednesday evening last, wben sbd Associations in defence of our coun-
presested ber report of the Sunday
Ducks, fi2 per do/..
Potatoes, S22 per tens.
Apples, $1.2", 10 $l.fiO a Kox.
(Onions, $2.:>r pci'-sack.
1 (uuip., 75C'-persack.
C��rrots, ji" per sack.
Parsnips, * 1 per sack.
-11  -SS LH     .      ,       ....     ^ ���il.
School Convention which was held
at New Westminster some time ago
and considerable important business
was transacted bv the Jloatd
ly will be the soafee ofa ^r.at deal
of fciipymeut for t'he tiembers at
verv little pc.-Oua! exp*us:.
Any  person  interested   may see
The "Re "illations  lor  Rifle Associations" by calling here.   We have
tae one set oniy��a . present.
Yours, etc,
J. W. WOODLEY.
t��y every right-minded mau  would I    The  Grand  Lodge,  A.O.U.W.,
be eager to take part. which  was to have been held in
I think the Rifle Association I Nanaimo, this weak, was trans-
scheme a good one and besides j ferred to Vane >uver on account 4>f
teachiog us to shoot more accurate- .the .'ormer.dty beipif .qivaianiliwU TTHE DELTAgTIMF?, TUEsr AY/MAECH 9, _<no.
ji
gtHMHUi.i   IM'" ���������'��� i~.w __T    .��������� ���
THE DELTA TIMES.
?V_|J,I.SIiKD   KV*RY TyESBAY.
Subgqiuptk)... $1.00 p^ryea*.
���        ^t.VKRTJSlXp *\T.;...
Caauiil .\itwtisrnienta, is OetiV p�� lint ,0' ���
lhe_r_t iniK-rtiuii, uud scent*per line lor cncli
���ubwqutnt insertion.     The   number   ot   lines
Sckoue. fey the nxtre occulted, 11 Unci to the
Vb.
Rate* totC0_jmerri.1l Ad reiUjewenU Mjfe b*
Ijpd ou application at tln>o_ioc.
Reading noticca laoeot. pern Une for. eacb in.
yrtioa.
UlrfTi l-tntb and* Marriage notices, $1.00.
Apy special aotlec. the objfct, ot. which i,. to
fcromoUr the pecuniary '.leiiefit of nny iiKll.idunl
df rssinpsdy, to be considered aa advertisement
and CMi^cJ-nccordiuKlv.
AiM-WrliMTSW *M ch^rgec, fgrlutUil ejd*.i��>
941I and paid for.
Correapcmjte-Ce iuv4t.1l c�� mntl.sp ql public
Olerest. Communication* to editor must be nc
Mpipnnied bv nnme oi wriTfis, notnecessnrily
(pr publication, but aa evidence 06 gujd faith.
Qorres^ondence must rt*ch this office ity Tliurs-
iayev^ntui:.
STEVENS
*[(}t_.eratiana of live, wide*
i waku Amor loan I*)y_ have
obtained the rijjht kind of
FIREARM EDUCATION
by being' equipped witli the
" uweTBhig, tiroo-l_oupwd
STEVENS
,---S^_-_V__*_--_��.nSS_MS____.
AH, progiynsiv. Haiitwnira and
HportlliHtspoila Mcn_hiiiits lutpdtp
STBVBNS. H.youcu.inot.otitaJu,
v,u^(lnhii)dirock,L'.vinx">��(iren��id.
upouruoeiptof CatTilc'h'I "fire.'
��*o. R.
MANIiBV,
Manager..
Tashion Stabks>
Incorporated IH60.
Truckine and Draying.     Livery Work of
All Kin* Attended to Promptly. |CAPITAL AUTHORIZED,
All Kinds oi Firewood Always Oa Han.t    | CAPITAL PAID-^JP,
  I RESERVE FUND,
$ 8,000,000
3   ��� ,600,000
nd a oents In Stamp* tor
itraU-itt.'malon
iRcishttt witl
foge Illustra.U-itt-'u.��l<iir.
Koisk-ti.   with
STEVENS
and general
firearm in-
formation.
Btrllcinr conx
i_ o !orr..
J. M. COLLINSON, Phone 20, mm, B.C.
QHOES i    gHOESjJ
J. STEVENS
ARMS: �� TOOL CO.
P.O. Bo* 4003
C-ieopee FstU, _��_.
TUESDAY.  MARCH q,  1009.
PLEASANT EVENING.
���sss-^r������_������.--. =tt.tt--.-.--��� .-.-----..���:.������ |     ^  yery  enj0yable evening   was
It must be very gratifying to the, spent   at   Crescent   Island   school j
Water, CcuinjiMee to see the way I house, oa Friday last, when a large I
Signatures apd assessed values are I number of friends turned o��_  to
... ' . __. r.      uihear the  following  excellent pro. I
oiling up on the petitions, after all " ,. ,       *    ���        .   "
gramme which was well rendered.   1
DRYSOX PROCESS
of Waterproof
SHOES
For Winter Weather
TRY A PAIR AND BE CONVINCED.
Total Assets Over Fifty Millions. %
Accounts of Out-of-Town Customers Given Special
Attention.
BANK BY MAIL.
Savings Bopartmonim
Accounts ma)' be opened with deposits of ONE DOLLAR
and Upwards.      Interest paid, or credited,  half-
yearly on June 3,0th and December
31st eacb year.
K. D_ SIMPSON. Manager, LADNER, B. C.
DELTA HOTEL
J. Johnson, Prop.
the opposition set agaiast it.
For tbe information of the <Jou titer we- would, say again, that: By
signing the petition   for  water you
9re binding youraelfc t���� no particular scheme,, but  merely tal__i��g lhe
matter out of, the hands of the committee  and-, placing   it. with- toe
Council,,alter which.you wil) havai
%say as to whether you. will vote.
fer the scheme brought dow.n by 1
them.or not. . 1
Mandolin Trio.,Misses M. Lanning,.
W. Hutcherson and Mg,. B_ H_
Wearo.
Recitation ���  Myrtle- Mack
Violin Solo w Thrfaaa Clark
Song....,..,., Miss Liddylo
Recitation Annie Tidy
Vocal Duet	
Miss Liddylo and Alf. Johivsion
Dialogue  At liomej
Masses June* McCluskey a-iw.
Haae.. Price. ,
Song.'. ...,���. Alf. Johnston j
Comic Sketch The Poisoned Pillil
H, Howard, V. TayLar and
��. H. Weaje. ;
Mandolin Trio M. Lanning^VV. j
Hutcherso*! _nd B. H. Wearo.
Song Rev. Mr. Owe��..i
JNO. RE\QH,   LADNER, B. C
Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done.
J Newly Furnished Throughout, and
I      F��rst-Ctass in Every Detail.
j Rates ��-_ Application.
Ba   Hm   WEARE
begs to annonmce that he has re-
j opened   his  Mandolin  and  Violin
Classes in Waddell's Hall, over
j Gifford's barber shop.
^    For further particulars apply to
I above.
; LADNER.
B;C
I������������-!-___���'
"si
the Delta Saw mills
Are Prepared to . . .
Furnish All Kinds Qf
j^^jjkj^^^ f^m tf^a 1 w*e *#<<?R_i^^ >^ .a. e^^a .e'^.a��WV ea**^e.^imrmw
11NERRL HNDSODftWO. I
Mandolins. Strings, Cto.*
Supplied at City Prices.
ROUGH   &  DRESSED   LUMBER j]
At LOWEST PRICES- Also
Shingles,. Doors* Sash and
Recitation ,A\ii��ie' Tidy-j
Two or thr,ee weeks ago an anti-
waterite said h . ^, d an, article,
taken,from an Ivaster.1 paper which
* wanted ,,s��o publish against thej��� ~:7;;;;^:;;;;;Mta"idd,^ House  Finish  of All  Descriptions.
water, scheme.    After waiting pa-! Sonf,      Chas. Brawnl
tientiy, fpr.this great article, which) Vocal Duet .���.,..,.     | ���
vp to upset,all  the  ideas which w#|     Miss. Liddylo awd All. Johnston j
l^ave formed re^ardiag a supply ofj Redtatio��,. ..Mr*. Mcjidei y|^     BEST     Water      TBlmmkSr      ArB
good water, he tells us he is afraid
J. HENLEY
NSW WKS-7M1NSTEX,    :-:  B. C.
Manu_TCturM_ of all kiiirtno*
y Soda Water, Ginger
���|.    Ale and Summer
i Drinks.
1       Your patronage solicitea
��������& ��� ju i& *&*+* Q**4*e ���&>���>
Seeds
New Crop, Onion, Carrot. Mari-
inothy.s Clover, Alsyke, now
more to arrive.
*? ;gel. Tun
a iin stoek,
A  !        All...
All on test at onr Greenhouses���
I best to De obtained.    Samplesjsent
to intending purchasers.
t^ let u_ ha\.e  it for
j Song ,..,.,.,,���..Alf. Johnston
.  ,     Recitation  Myrtle Mack
fear v_e might! ���., .   ,.      _
14      Whistling Duet  ..���..,,....���...
turn the tables on him tvpd his aati- j         ^ Yoorhies and C. Brawn
Water    scheme.      Tbfs   certainly Q_mic   Sketch���"Lodglags   for
speaks w��ll fot the strength qt  thoi     Single LacHies Only"-...._. Mts..
<;*se we have been able to advance]     B>ibbs- Landlady, V. Taylor; Mp.
ip favor.of a supply of goodt water. ( Potter- J*d&r' R H' Wea,e-
T       ���  i     -^   ,.    1 wV'     I Go. Save the King.
Aft so it is wit��v alJj nght-thinkingf M.     ,-.,,��� .    .   ,.
~  . ��� M.ss Liddylo. &  aiti  At��stral_a��
m. u  if they will only ovra np to it,  oj gWRt mlwieaiabilH<y.
Good wator is an absolute necessity!  ��������
BJtsUT-S_-  COI.BWIJM.1
fiecifi. Railway fin iv
Get them off first hands no mid-
.    . , dleinan's profits.
**���[
Lendintr varietie��_��f home grosvt.
j Fruit and Ornamental  TYee..    Bee
.Supplies.   .Spray   Pumps. Spraying
'Mwttwes,   FertilizeiB,   Greenhouse
Plants,
Matte al This Milh
tp thif district.
Call am. see the-bargains-at T^ti-
met & Elliott's, oil'Graniteware-
Judjing Classes
The Delta Fawners.' Institute are
All .Saints" Lenten Servitos���
Wednesdays,, tj,pm-; Fridays, 7:30
p>m.;. Confirmation Class, Fridays,
4 p.m.
tp be' congratulated upon, the quality of the spes^ki. rs. whp were sent,,
here to address them- yesJerday,.
Messrs. MacRae and Hodson giving
a very good account ot them%lves..
It must be very discouraging to
these men to show up at a place of,
meeting  and  _��ve  ,��mit tround.! Mw>*n��e aoted-aa bwdasmaid and
lor an hour and a half or  more he- B* Hk Weare S��PP��^' '** 8~����.
fpre they can  get to  work, as waiti
the case yesterday afternoon. Sefttfc, Wttslt,, Mtir. 5.���Steam-1
These judging classes art of the! shiPs for snle *,ul chartjr "���������{
utmost iM-portaace to our young j premium <>. tlio Pacific Coast and j
ijien as ^tell as to the oldei^ones.J the AJtwkan tra:��sportution-lines are
and we believe the greatest Rt?odi sending.agon* into the Great Lakes}
WOi4d be ac_^��B .shed if the In��tkjW8*'? ��"* "^"I lhe Atlantic to'
tutft would meet bei'��re.hapt_ andtj ntgotiaH for craft to be used this
divide tjie membership up into s des-. summer in carrying tourist parties
A,very quiet wedding io��k place,
Tuesday evening last, at All Saints
Church, wben. Miss M.e Joilan
was united in. the bond, ol holy.
matrimony to C: K-. Morgans Rev.
K. R. Bartlett. officiated.    Miss M.
The S.S. Sonoma leaves Ladner
at 8:30 a.n>. and 31-30 p.m_; returning,, leaves Sievestou at 9:30 a_m..
and 4*30 p.m.
For Sale.
Farm for sale on Trunk road.
Aiplv X.Y.Z.
THIS OFFICE.
Seed Potatoes.
(^Westminster Branch.
Time Ta! .����� 1
140-Page Catalogue Free
Three kinds ot  good  Sieed Pota
toes for sale.    Apply to
R_ A
���    Cme. Itnre Wentinliinter lor Vmiciwwt��Hw ,
iii��V_._�� 11.111. nml liourlv tlu-n-after   iiuttl it p. f
, in.: SiitimUymiiKl Sumfa..s:.�� 11 p.m. '
CitM Iciive Vnucotivcr for W��frtmtn_t��;r�� nt ,.50 j \? fLKtC^Ct\T\Ti* R -
mid ...sou. 111. mui Imiirly thereafter until 10 p. I  * �����*' \.N^"V.   <-  i���i%-��
I 111.TSntunlnyMuiid SuinlTiys.il 11 ;>.tii. .
M. J. HENKVS Nurseries,
3010 Westminster Road
B. C.
Eggs for Hatching.
Purebred  Brown Leghorn Eggs.
w is the time to get tliem if you
1 not wish to be disappointed.
REV.. E. R. BARTLETT.
Lrat.
(
For Sale.
C.T.T r-MAsTC I'SKIGHT CARS.
-A_U_)JV1_%_V vrM tn. H-s_c1h- �� CreiKh* <bm.h hetweeii West- '
lllill_t��r anil Vaiieisuper mill nil HhipuielUH are j
hmi'lkd v��.itTl Uie uaiiisiKt ._re and ilclivcretl tu .
co_��H:_e. witltwirt dt__y Sprcfat atteufctui Mid
to ff ult shipincnt 1. Om whkoiih meet art bo.it.. !
and trains.   Hor rates, etc apply to j
S�� CHrEffOl. r,
Wrmmtu-ter. B.C.
J. MciJUARRm.
Local Mf r.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL LAND SFSVKYOR
Romi ��. Ktlard Mock. New Wentmiatter.
Buckskin Mane,. Broken' to ride!
and drive, quiet;- one bay mare fa]
foal to Hackney "Phil'ostone."
A. DkR. TAYLORJ
Fisher's Dru�� and
-==       Book Store
last evening., betiwatwt the head
il the Slough and the village of
i.Tnlner, ala lies' muff. Finder please
I- 'ura to
MRS. ALEX. UAYIE.
on tta di/Terent classes of stock,,
drawing lots, for places and each,
side appointing a-captain, when, ao
doubt, a aufficieiBt number of those
intensely   interested  might b
trom Sett-tic to .Masks,
J:  Johnson,, of Vancouver,  has
purchased   the  lease of the Delta
got I Hotel from- R: D.   McKenzie and
together at. a  seasonable hour and, took charge yesterday.    Mr. John
much s:o< .1 result therefrom.
Hefotst. the meeting closed fa the
aiternoon somewhere near seventy
were present and in tbt evening
tliere tv.* a fair turnout but nothing coapared to wbat should have
beon.
son has had cons.derabla-e__periT.nce
in the I otel business,, though only
a young man. The last house in
which he bad a partnership being
the New Alexandra Hotel, Vancouver, o! which be was also manager nntil it was sold  last fall.   C.
- -   -      J" . Oladwvr,. who was also connected
Two weeks only.   Granitewar*' with Mr. Johnson in the Alexandra
;^i^g at bargain prices��� i.i timer 4! Hotel, b?s come over with him and.
Jtlhott. will have charge of the bar.
Notice.
SLBEKT MUNCliTON,
Of Vernon,  Okanagan, has come
to settle in Ladner, and is prepared
to fix up
FRUIT ORCHARDS
in good shape, op anything on the
farm, by Day Work or Contract,
and will take work on the share
system
Wonld take the management of
a Farm.
Good References.
Terms Reasonable.
Piano Timing.
1 _>ave installed a 15 h.p. elact.it.
tor in my crushing mill and am M'r. W.. J. Coast.' tuned our
>v "Already Ready" to <!o the uGRA'NJ_K* Piano and reguteted
t work a* cheap as any one.
THOS. B, LADNER.
Rancher's Needs.
l-Mrie & Sulphur Spray,
Imp QaLSOc
Bring container.
Arsenate of Lead     Single tb 28c
BIbc Stone Ib 15c
Imported direct from England
and guaranteed to conbnm less
than 1 p.c. Snlpta'tie- of Iron.
Petrolatunr fb tin 30c
A firne grade, suitable for household use as well as veterinary
use.
Carbolarted Patrolatierr.   ro Itfn SOc
Fmrmnliit       pint, quart or gallo*
For dippiag grain: Government
Stancfard.
the action to my entire satisfaction,  inie^ati^ia! Stack Food
Notice.
W.*A. Kirkland wishrt to inform
the public that after the 31st ot
March he intend-, going out ot the
milk   business  at Ladner and also
-hes to thank tbe ptihli- nr their
genpous patronage in the pasfc
and  I  caa conscientiously recom-
- jmenc) him to anyone requiring this-!
line ol work.���Arthur  Bewell, Or-1
ganist and   Choiraiaster, St.   Andrews' Church. Vancouver. B.C.
W. J.  GOARD
ana&e rtg-ufor trips here and
package & palls
*5��
Houeenold Needs.
HOUSEHOLD AMMONIA
large bottl<
CHAXIOIS LEATHR&S
*5c. 35C & 5oe
HAND BRUSHES 5c
PUTZ POMADE 2s
SILVER POLISH        ��� 15^
LIIQUID VENEER      25c & SP-
Besi polish for furniture.
CHLORIDE OF LIME   ��B����5c
CREOLIN (diainfie-tant.      lb 35c
Special price per gatlon.
CONDY'S FLUID 50c
GILLETT'S LYE 25c
FINE CASTILE SOAP
bur 25c & 4*��
will
anvone wishing their instruments
tuned or repaired will kind'y leave
their namefcat This Oft1?:'.
L. L. MAY'S, St. Paul and  Mi_ineapol_&, Northern
Grown Flower and Garden Seeds. '
FINEST   LAWN   GRASS   SEED.
S. VV. FISHER, Piim.B.,
Druggist and Stationer^      -     *     Ladner�� ^A THE DELTA TIMES, TUBa^AY, MARCH 9, 1900.
11     ���- -~ 1 1 -j-- ���.
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church jsow.es.
AI.1. SAINTS.
���) (Anglican,.)
Holy Commuuiou���ist  and
Sundays at 8:30 a.m.; 2nd  und
Sundays at 11 a.m.
Matins; ti o'clock.
Evensong, 7:30 o'clock,
Sunday School at \r' a 11
Friday "\eniiig, Litair
Rev, E. R. Bartlett. M :������ 11
[ catholic
.Services first and third Sun.layol
each month at 10:50 a.m.; Benediction, 7:30 ^.m.
Sunday school at 3 p.m.
Low Mass and Holy Communion
first and third Mondays at 6 a.m.
Rev. Father Wagner, O.M.I..
Parish Priest.
METHODIST.
Services next Lord's Day at n
a. m.and 7:30 p.m.
Class meeting, a..c. the morning:
service every .Sunday.
Sabbath School at 2 p m every
.Sunday. Prayer meeting every
Thursday evening at 8.
Rev. T- F. Betts, pastor.
.ST. ANDREW S PRKSHVTHRIAN
Services next Lord's Dav at 1
a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Sabbath School 2:30 p.m. Midweek meeting on Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Rev. J. H   White, M.A.
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Founded 1892
Incorporated 1893
BAPTIST.
Sabbath  services ��� Crescent  Island, 3 p.m.; Ladner, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at 10:^0 a. n\
Prayer meeting on Thursday at
8 p.m.
Provides a Christian Home for Students of both
sexes at moderate rates. Has a preparatory class fur
junior students taking Public School work. Does High
School work and prepares for Provincial Teachers' Examinations, Teaches all branches of a Practical Business
Course and confers. Diplomas. Imparts a Liberal Educa
tion in its Collegiate Course, and in the Ladies' Course
for M. E. L., and M. L. A. In Theology confers the de
gree of B.D. In University work can take students through
ihe complete Arts Course for the IJ.A. degree of Toronto
university, with which the College is in full affiliation. In
Science teaches the First Year of Toronto School of Science, and has a Special Engineering Course adapted ta
Practical Engineering work in this P?ovinc*e. In Music, a
complete course in theory, voice culture, aud piano and
organ, in eonjunction with the Toronto college of music.
Special instruction iu art and elocution, while all students
are required to take pln^jca! tmiuiug with, all the priT-
ileges of a well equipped gymnasium.
CO   VEAR3*
EXPERIENCE
Trade Wahrs
Designs
Copyrights &c.
Ans-cno undine a nkotch ar.d dMorlptlnn ran t
qulcUlj- ;i__8rt_in our opinion free Tii_-.i-._r u_
Intenti-n ll probnbly patantnhla
  ��� A__L Hi
  jry for Bccuriufpul
Pnt.uts taken tbrou. h Muuu & Co. recelTt
tlontatnotlrconliclenti-- 	
sent free. Oldest acetic? for eecurm;.
    Ooiuniunlcr,.
AHDBOOKonr.-.: ::u
���   .tent..
iptcUtlnottet, wlthoutonargo, la tbo
Sclent�� Jlmfmi
A banaMMMly Illustrated wecirij-. Lnrcost ulr-
fulutlon of any .cloiTtiflo journal. Terra, .or
C_n_<Ui, $3.75 a yea_. postage prepaid. .old by
al- newadealei..
MUNfl f CoI?6jB~***'- New Vo. k
Branch Office. SB V Bu Washington, D. C.
ilEIMSHWENIHXm
If you average tho cost price of J-M Asbestos Roofing over
the period of years it is in service, you will see that "J-M" is
cheaper to use than any other prepared roofing. Being made of
Asbestos, an indestructible mineral, it is permanently durable,
and as it does not require any coating or painting, its flrst coit is
the only cost.   Easily applied by anyone.
Asbestoside is an Asbestos Sheathing and is the mast economical, durable and easily applied siding known.
A_k for aamplea (tiiU price*-.
H. W. JOHNS-MSNViLLE CO.,
576 First Ave. S.
Seattle, Wash*
3YNOPSI6    Or   CANADIAN    HJlv.t |
STEAD   FsssiGULATIONS.
Any available Do���-.ins<in Lands with- 1
In the Railway Beit, iu British Qoliiai ,
.ia, n-.ay be homesteaded ly any pel j
son -who ls the sole head of a family.
or any male over IS years of age, to |
the extent Of die-quarter section o! I
160 acres, more or less.
Entry mu.-t be made personally at i
the local laiul olllce for the district in |
which the land is-situate.   Entry   bj
proxy may, however, be made on re
lain conditions by the father, mot be
son, daughter, brother or Bister of a
intending homesteader.
Tho homesteader is required to perform the c udilion, connected then'
with under ti ie of the following |lau
(1) At  least  six months'   resi.ieii
:;;.on and cultivation of the Und    in
���rach year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, If th
father is deeoasetj) of the homesteader
resides upo.i a farm in the vicinit> ��� "���
the land entered for, tho requirements
ns io residence may ba satis-.���;   lv >
vaoh person .esiijlng with the lathei |
or mother.
(��) If thc setttti. has his permaneni
residence u,.on farming land owns I
1>y him ln the vi.-inity of his ' mi
.tearl, the requirement! as 10 iv>i-
dence may Ve satisfied by residence
upon the said laud.
Six month..' notice In wriHu" should
be Riven to the Comn .: tloher of Po-
minion Laiius at Ottawa of Intention I
to apply for  patent.
COAL.���Coal miniHg rights mav be |
leased  for n   period    of    twenty-one
years, at rn  aifimal  rental of SI porl
acre.   Not more than 2,660 acres Bhall I
lie leased to one  Individual    or company.   A royalty at the rate   of five:
cents  per  ton-shall   be collected    on
the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister ��f the Int .tor.
X. B.���I'u.111 tliorlzf] publication of
Mb advertisement will not he uaiit
for.
kW7^es5
ttt
iJ^5!2?
mm*
tb?^ c9��^ o^
THESE THREE $2.50
Tiie Belt�� Times f
THE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY. MARQH 9, 1909.
LOCAL NEWS.
Word has been received of the
marriage of Elsie M. Lynch to J.
A. Hill, ot Filer, Idaho, March 4th,
I9��9-	
PACIFIC COAST TESTED
SEEDS from M. J. Henry's
Nurseries and Seed House, for
sale at W. H. SMITH'S, Ladner, B.C,
For Sale.
Bay Mare, about 1400 lbs., 4
years this spring, sound, gentle and
broken.
Can be seen at J. Ramage's.
WM. E. CURTIS.
On Your Honey
The dates for the registration of
voteta have been changed from the
second Mondays in March and September to the second Mondays in
ApTil and October.
On examination of the hull of
the Lapwing which is on the ways
for repairs, it has been found to be
practically worn out and the engines may be removed.
For Sale.
One team   ot   Express   Horses,
about 1200 lbs each; one team of
Work Horses, about 1400 lbs. each,
all yoUng and sound.    Apply to
W. LOUGHEED,
Ladner, B.C.
Guaranteed upon absolutely safe security���first
mortgages on substantial city properties SEVEN attd
Eight Per Cent. Guaranteed, free of all charges.,
upon sums ranging from Five Hundred Dollars up.
White, Shiles & (��,
New Westminster, B.O.   ���
On Friday, the 19th iust., the
Band Boys will give their annual
entertainment, and, according to
the number of hours they have
been putting in at practice, we
might expect to have a first-class
evening's enjoyment supplied. As
the proceeds of this entertainment
are to be devoted to the purchase
of new uniforms, it is hoped there
will be a large turnout.
For Sale.
Eleven Hens and one Rooster
Black Orpingtons and some Huff
Orpington Cockerels, all purebred
stock. Also half dozen Chatham
Brooders, cheap for cash.
Apply to
E. T. CALVERT.
According to the way the tickets
are being disposed of, the third annual social evening of the Delta
Farmers' Institute bids fair to be a
great success. No stone is being
left unturned which is likely to
Contribute to its success. The
ladies are being called upon to supply the refreshments which is a
guarantee that there will be a
plentiful supply of tbe good things.
Come and have a good time.
Agencies Represented���
lUrtlord Fire l___n___e Ca. Iiiwrtnce C��, ot Vortti Amertei
l'tiiem- lmmict Co. of Brooklyn    tbt Ocean Accttaft & G6��i__t_. Corporo-
Cinnecti-'at Fire ln__r��nce Co, tion, U4* of London, Ht*.
tmperial Trutt Co* ltd.  Vancouver, B.C.
Capt. J. C. Bruce lost his little
aon, George Beckett Bruce, on
Monday last, after a long illness
ausTering from typhoid fever. The
little leliow was onlv three years
���nd three months old. Tbe interment took place on Tuesday after-
noon at tbe Oddfellows' Cemetery,
Sapperton,   Rev.   W.    H.   Barra-
clough officiating.     The bereaved
t-ieuto h.v. Ik, ^-1,-th. of iM^^'^jJST&'iSJ--
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Ia the Matter of the Estate of
WILLIAM SAVAGE, late of
Westham Island, District of New
Westminster, Farmer, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given on be*
half of James Gilmour and Edward
Harriss Savage, the Executors named in the last will and testament of
the said deceased that all creditors
and others having claims against the
estate of the said deceased are required on or before the 13th day ot
March, A.D. 1909, to send by post
prepaid or deliver to Edward Harriss
Savage Dominion Trust Block, New
Westminster, B. C, their christian
and surnames, addresses and descriptions, the tull particulars of their
claims, the statements of their account and the nature of the securities, if any, held by them, duly
verified.
And further take notice tbat all
parties indebted to the said estate
are required to pay forthwith to the
said Edward Harriss Savage the
amount of tbeir said indebtedness.
And further take notice that after
Lucky Numbers
for
FEBRUARY
Below we give the numbers for February that are entitled to the ten beautiful and costly 109 piece china dinner
sets we are giving away each month to the nsfets of ROYAL
STANDARD Flour. Compare your coupons with the
numbers quoted below. If you fiud you have a duplicate return it to us and we will "ship vou one of the*e beautiful
dinner sets carefully packed aud fully prepaid.
38381  45782 ��9414 29998 43168
37677 31175 41614 31574 33149
If vou aw not in the list this month save your coupons, you may
be next month. You may find you number among the winmers at any
time. Remember the coupons are placed in the sacks as they leave the
mill and you are just as liable to win next month on one of this month's
coupons as not. tn the meantime siather all the coupons you can. Ten
must win each mouth, why not vou?   Persistence will win its reward.
The woman who buys ROYAL STANDARD Flour
is using the best bread flom th*t skill wftl produce or money Will buy
and at the same time she has the prospect of securing a handsome prize
each month.
Sold by W. H. Smith.
MANUFACTURED   ONLY   BY
Vancouver Milliaq & drain Co., Ltd.,
VANCOtTVE.., B. O.
We Beg Leave
To notify tha people of Ladner and surrounding district that we are now m a
position to ofter Vancouver Island
Portland Cement
A.t greatly reduced prices, making it possible for parties whs. contemplate building
to put in concrete foundations at about the
same cost as piling or other inferior
material
Write lor Prices.
GILLEY BROS.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B. C,
JCWCLCRY.
All  sorts  of  First-Class   Jewellery
Silverware, cS Glass, fite*
NEW STOCK ON HAND*
PRICES AWAY DOWN
jRndrew Clausen,
LAD-.E'R, b. c.
community in their hour of trial.
Prominent members Jof Queen's
Avenue Methodist Church, New
Westminster, have purchased one
of the most desirable properties in
that city, for something over $10,-
000. The property, which was
owned by Mrs. T. McNeely, will!
be cleaned up, subdivided and a1
portion reserved for a parsonage
Executors will proceed to distribute
the assets of the said deceased
among the parties entitled thereto
having regard only to the claims
of which they shall then have
notice and that the said Executors
will not be liable tor the said assets
or any part thereof to any person
or persons of whose claims notice
shall not have been received by
them at the time otsuch distribution.
Dated at New Westminster, B.C.,
Tbis will mean a great improve
ment to tha city as the property !the 3^ day of February, A.D. 1909.
had fallen into a very dilapidated1 CORBOULD & GRANT, '&
condition. Solicitors for the said Executors.
Two Weeks' Sale on
Graniteware!
Iu order to make room for  Spring Goods, which are
arriving daily, we have decided to put our
Entire Stock of Graniteware on Sale
nnd (or the
Next Two Weeks
we will give a discount of
IO Per Cent* Oil
���11 Good* of this kind.   Our Stock is New and Fresh and
you should take advantage of this Sa.e.      ,
.Eggs taken in Trade.
Advance
Panning: Mills and Cean Seed
Grain Go Together.
Bell Plows
In Ail Makes and to Suit AU
Purposes.
Fairbanks-Morse
Gasoline Engines in All Sizes From 1\
Horsepower Dp* Two and 4 Cycle md
Moke aid Break or Jump Spark lynition.
Cyphers Incubators
Are the Kind to Hatch StronglChicks.
DROP IN and see us in regard to these few lines,
they are all  O.BL for this season  of the
year.
REPAtRlN'G,
All Kinds of
CLEANING    AND
PRESSING
H. Howard,
-   TAILOR   -
SUITS   MADE   TO   ORDER
JRit and Style Guaranteed
s_____________________M____________a
Next Door to fi. MclJtfweirs Harness STiop,
DELTA STREET,       -       .       -       LADNER, B. C.
E. T. .CALVERT.
GENERAL
DEALER
LADNER, B.C.
Latimer & Elliott
JADNBR, B, C.
Ea   Sm   MoBRlDE,
General Merchant,
Phone 5,   -   Port Guichon

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