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Vol. 8, >o. 11.
LADNHR, B. C, TUE5DAY. NOVEHUER  lf>,  1907.
m
New   Fruit  and   Peels
for Puddings and Cakes
to  arrive   end  of  the
week.
towa
I -W
Good Water.
The Market.
i JMI HF 1
?0      -U.4'.  I
irisi*
was   held
.Saturday
H. M, Vasey, in
in     New
last.MarUe
Cooking    Stoves
j lated    to
and deeply.
ne in  a
in'press
manner  calcu-
the   electorate
Passing of Bourassa.
er, Nov. 16���
'tu lined unchanged
..-��� weekly mart on
ivith very few ex
and fowls were a
demand  than thev
r> i-irc~Al.... <_?4^a. -,^-.   l'le case> tl.e utter deleat   of   Mr.lthat   a
Ranges,jieatmg Stoves Bourassa canuot be overlooked. MeSsr.,
for Coal or Wood.
Oitavva,  Nov. 12.���Ontario hav-;    A  public  meeting
ing deliveied a very decided verdict ;the Town Hal)> on
favorable to the Liberal parly,'and \,   -,,   ,,     _
r d.  r. Cwith the Reeve.
condemnatory of their Conservative I
opponents, it onlv remained fer the dia,r and *' McKee ��*re.'.*ty),
Quebec to follow the example. Thi. lfor.l,,e pUrpoSe ot discussinS ways
.     ,        , .      land means for  supplying  the mu-
has been done iu  a  manner  calcu-!   .       ,. 1M'   fi
nicipabtv with water.    After F. A.
Shand had explained a  scheme for were 1,St Week" and PriceS   inCreaS'
bringing a supply from Coquitlam I fd   slight,y"    The  SUPPlv j" 0ther
in conjunction with New Wes.min-1llneS W8S a" aVera*e one-    Tbe at"
t ���,    ,. ,   rl._.    ,,ii>- i l   ���. ,    _  tendance was large and trading was
In connection with this aspect of Ster and Richmond, it was resolved 6 6
.   ��� , fairly active,
committee,    consisting    of . .
H. N. Rich. H. D. Benson,      The SUPP1y  of hee{ Was  not as
H.J. Hutcherson,   L. W.  Embree Plentiful as in Previous weeks" but
and John  McKee be appointed to ^uite e,<uaI l0 tl,e <lemand'    PVices
look into and examine the different
Westmi
prices re
yesterday at tl.
Lytton Square ,
ceptions. Pork
little  more  in
canuot
This gentleman 'has for some time
past taken a stand diametrically opposed to the leader ol the  party  ol
which he claims to  be a   member, j schemes  proposed,   with   power to
Dry Goods
We are showing the
largest and best assort-
ed stock ever carried
here.
i.
Astnmunition.
F
Furnishings
Fall    Underwear,    Fall
Huits & 0 vercoats, Gloves, j.'
&   Shoes.
you want.
Every thing'
Our Prices are Lewsr
Than the Cities.
Marshall Smith & Co., Ltd.
ANNIVERSARY SERVICES.
Anniversary services were held
in the Methodist Church, here, on.
Sunday last, when Rev. A. M,
Sanford, B.A., B.D., President of
Conference, pastor of Princess
Street church, Vancouver, took
charge and gave very excellent discourses, which were highly appreciated by all who attended. Special
music was provided by a special
choir and Mrs. Vefmilyea, of Vancouver, contributed a couple of
Solos, one at each service.
In connection with the above a
concert of a very high older has
been arranged for this evening, to
take, place in the Tawn Hall, when
an excellent programme will be
eun off. A large attendance is expected.
AT HOME.
Mrs. W. H. Wilson will be "At
Home" Thursday and Friday,
Nov. 2 ist and 22nd, afterwards
second Thursday.
Not content with expressing opin
ions opposed to those entertained by
the members ofthe Liberal party, he
has ranged himselt in direct opposition to the government oi the day,
ancl done his utmost to enib.irrass
.Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
His most heinous offence as a
pretended follower of the Premier,
was to give comfort and aid to the
Opposition in au at tea pt to discredit tbe administration. In this
lie followed the dishonorable tactics
of the opponents ot the government,
by dealing in innuendo and circulating scandalous rumors. After flippantly assailing the record 1 f mer,
the latchet of whose shoes 1 e v. as
unworthy to unloose, he had neither
the courage nor the knowledge of
tact to make a specific charge.
Bourassa will forget much, he is
j anxious to forget many   occurenesc
Ties, Shirts,Collars, Boots in his owu career-but there will.al-
ways remain clear in his memory
the events connected with Sir Wilfrid's reply to his unsubstantiated
charges when the premier, pointing
at him the finger of scorn, accused
him of groping in the gutter for
filthy rumors and bringing them
into the house. Up to this point
Bourassa had been an object of contempt, after Sir Wilfrid Laurier had
administered his castigation he became more an object of pity.
In his unbounded self conceit Mr.
Bourassa considered himself in the
light of a modem Moses, who was
to lead the people of Quebec to the
promised laud. Since the result of
the election in Bellechasse, he has
assumed the character of Napoleon
returning tror.t Moscow.
Mr. Bourassa may be  eliminated
from any consideration of political
conditions.    This young mau took
himself more seriously than   others
did.    It is true he possesses  ability
of a certain kind.   -Being fluent o!
speech he said things well,   but   he
did not say anything worth saying,
compared to the dreary  monotones
of Dr. Sproule, or the iterations  of
W. H. Bennet on tlu  member ior
Rainy River, it was a relief at times
��� I for the House to give attention  to
j Bourassa.    While the latter   tuter-
I tained the House, he  did  not im-
j press it.    It would be said  o t_him,
Assocl'| "that was a good speeck."  but  no
one appeared to remember  what  it
was all about.    Mr.   Bourassa was
expend any necessary sum or sums
of money that the committee may
deem necessary in acquiring full
information as to the practical
working out of some such scheme
and to report at a public meeting to
be called by said committee, of;
wbich due notice will be given.
It was also resolved that the secretary write our Municipal Council
asking that sufficient funds be set
apart for the use of said committee
in the execution of their commission, after which the meeting adjourned.
Coquitlam   Pn positio ..
Approximate co^t ol main line to
Ladner:
Share of main line from Coquitlam
Lake to New Westminster City
Limits $50,000 00
Share of i}j miles of 12-in main
line from New Westminster city
limits to road leading to Ewen's
Cannery     4>5��3-95
8-in wood pipe, 50 chains and 40
chains of flexible jointed pipe,
leading from Ewen's road to
point on Delta mainland..   	
  17.729 80
8-in.   wood   pipe   from   point   on
Delta   mainland    to   Ladner,   9
miles  37,302 10
Survey,   gates,   cast  iron   fittings,
etc....     1,464 is
Cost of 44 miles of distribution	
  87,177 00
Hydrants,   gates,   valves,   meters,
etc  94.945 00
Making a total cost of..^205,945 00
We will give the cost of the
Nicotnekl scheme as soou as obtainable.
The dredge King Edward is under orders to leave, to-morrow
morning, for New Westminster,
where work will be undertaken at
Crane's Ways, near Lulu Island
bridge.
BRAN, SHORTS, Whole Corn,
Cracked Corn, Rice Meal, Chit
Rice, Chick Feed, Timothy and
Clover Seeds may be obtained at
Brackman-Ker Milling Co.'s
warehouses, Ladner, from MR.
H. N. RICH, Local Agent,
LIBERALS  MEET.
A meeting of the Liberal
ation   was   held   in    the   Council
Chamber, on Saturday evening last,
when officers were elected and dele-! Wish iu his demeanor, he  lacked
were 8c per lb lor hindquarters and
from 5c to 6c for forequarters. Quotations were not as firm as they
were last week.
Lamb and mutton were both a
fair supply, but cleared out readily
at the old prices of from 12c to 13c
for mutton and from 14c to 15c for
lamb. The stock of veal was also
quite short, with consequent firm
prices. Small carcases brought nc
a pound and tbe larger ones from
8c to 9c.
Butter sold at the old prices el
from 30c to 35c retail. There wa.
a fairly large stock on .sale and
trading was brisk. Eggs again
sold at 60c retail, while the jobbers
managed to secure a few hundred
dozens at 55c Eggs err still in
very strong demand.
Poultry quotations were a little
firmer and some stock even sold at
better prices than prevailed last
week. Fowls sold for frojj $6.50
to $8.50 a dozen, and the general
run of chickens brought from $4.2-5
to $6,50 a dozen. The supply of
both was an average one, and under
a keen demand the entire stock
was sold out. The supply of ducks
was fair, but the demand was not
strong. Quotations were from
$6 50 to $7.50 a dozen.
The supply of potatoes was large
and a number ol sales were made at
about $18 a ton. A large supply
of ��nious sold at ��2.75 a sack.
R. F. Handford was among the
visitors to the Royal Citv yesterday.
gates to convention appointed a.
follows: President, A. D. Paterson;
vice-president, Robt. May; secretary, N. A. McDiarmid; executive,
Thos. Hume, G. Honeyman, W.
Holmes. Delegates to convention,
H. M. Vasey, Thos. Hume, Gordon Honeyman, Robt. McKee,
Alex Davie, Robt. May, Johu
Alexander, R. H. Quaggan, W.
Holmes, N. A. McDiarmid.
At the nominating convention
held-at Westminster on Monday
last, Rebt. Jardin. received the
uqmi"��tion on the first ballot.
dignity, and his continued attempts
to pose, disgusted the members.
He never raised the debate to a
higher level, his violent demonstrations were calculated to excite
the risijle faculties rather than
provoke conviction in the minds of
his hearers. Tn plain English the
man lacks balance, and is possessed
of an inordinate vanity. His treachery to his leader, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, and contempt for the Liberal,
party will never be forgiven by
those who would attribute many of
his shortcomings to youth and iu*
experience.
Last evening about twenty members of the  local  lodge of Oddfellows weut up to  Westminster on
on the Sonoma  te  visit the West.
IS TT TRTTK? miaster lodges.    One  hundred and
sevemty-five members of tbe Wash-
E1.1TOI- Dki.ta Timks: ington   Iodges   and  the Rebekah.
Sir: Is it true that a child in D. came over on the G.N R., repre-
A. McKee's house has developed a I sentatives of the following lodges
severe case of scarlet fever? 1 being   present:   Bellingham,   Fern-
That the medical man in attend-! dale, Sumas, Custer, Lynden
ance so notified D. A. McKee on (Wash.), Cloverdale and Ladner.
Sunday? After a magnificeut  supper, got up
That all day Monday D. A. Mc-'by the Rebekahs, the usual pro-
Kee wa.s around Ladner and in the gramme of speeches, songs, recita-
country coming in contact with, tions, etc., occupied the time until
many persons? j 12   o'clock   when    the   American
That during   Monday, while  so; brethren had to leave to catch the
travelling  about,   he was  clad   in  Owl train for  home.    The  LaHn��r
clothes which had come in   contact, member getting home  at 2 o'clock
with the sick child and the clothes this morning,
had not been disinfected?   	
That D. A. McKee himself had 1 infected house be allowed at large
not been disinfected by  taking the to  jeopardise  the  health  and pos������
usual   bath, etc., previous  to  leaving his own house?
That I). A. Mclvee brought down
to the village a  suit  of clothes for
sibly  lives of  any of  our inhabitants.
And now  one question  further:
In the  event  of this  scarlet feve
the M. IT. O. to disinfect, au I was spreading, who would be  liable t it-
then  to  return  with  them  to his! damages?    (Not  that any   money
own infected house auT make a
change?
Now, Mr. Editor, while expressing every sympathy with Mr. and
Mrs. McKee in their trouble, I submit that this is a matter of seriou-i
public concern, and that the public
is entitled to some consideration.
Why should any persoi from arv
could compensate for loss of life or
health).
By answering these questions you
will greatly oblige
EAST DELTA.
November 19, 1907.
[It i3 up to the Health Committee to investigate this matter au .
give the public a reply���Ed.J THE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER i % 1907-
HJUAUi U
==*s
Itlb   DLLTA  liiVlhi).
?UBLIPPED   EVERY  TUESDAY.
��u$scmp^iON, $1.00 pe^yes.*.
fes'
ApjKKTISIO RATJ.��.
Cftstwl AdYertlwmeuts, io cents per line Tot
the first ius^rtion, und 5 centi per line for eacli
subsequent insertion. The nnmber oi lints
reckoped by the space occupied, ia lines to the
Kates tor Commercial Advertisements oan be
ul tju apk>iicAtiou'at Oils office.
Reading notices 10 ceuts per Une Ip . each in-
jeftiou.     ""���
^irth and ypath yotices, 50c., Marriages $1. 00.
Any special no;ice, the object ol which is to
Jromote the pecuniary benefit o( any individual
rcutupafty, to be considered an advertisement
tad charged accordingly.
411 advertisement! o barged fcr until ordered
Out and raid for. '
Correspondence inritet) on matters ol public
Interest. Coiumnplcatiotis^o editor must be ac-
Ampaiiied by name of writer, not necessarily
mr publication, but as evidence of good faith.
Correspondence must reach this office by Thurs-
TO evtming.
GKO.   R,   MANI.EY,
Manager.
TUESDAY,   NOVEMBER    }9,   I907.
A. dsJfr, Taylor bas announced
his willingness to run for School
Trustee, providing not more then
ptie candidate ^nte^s the ����. d irom
the village, which stand vye $ully
fndotsc.
ROUGHING MATCH.
Sometime ago it was decided to
}}old a ploughing match here, in
yovttmber^ fo. tjie oppose <?�� encouraging good ploughing and as 9,
means of aocial intercourse among
the farmers, November is here,
fx;elle.��t weather conditions exfct,
ljut   what   about    .he   ploughing
^QW TQ SAVE.
In conversation with a gentleman
yob. N?w \yestmtnsttjr, 01} Sqjtur-
��ay last* rt?gaj|diag the" progress
being mado with road work in this
^istrict. he said: '.'Yon would make
m��ch better .oads at less cost if
5500 had a stea^rolf .*.''���
West��_insJw*s stae^n. roller ?<?sts
about $6. pes day to operate. Ourr
^ollerrqosts irom $10 to $15 per d:>y
^>, operate lyid doei, sot do. good;
-fork when done., Tht^e has bee$,
about 180 days of road mafciug this
year wliich tpeans % tptal loss y_
operation of tbe soHer alone of
I720at leas, during thaj. ti��e. I��
would not take many seasons at
t��is rate tQ.pay for a firsj-clflss ijoad
poller, to Sjty nothing, abput tbe
living to bc made ifi tlje extra
quality of roadhedf by Vising t^e
Jjeavier machine.
S^IR^TOF INDIff��E,RENCE.
On Saturday l^st a public; qieet-
ing wa? held fo* the purpose of dis-%
s^jassing tlie water question and tiie
attendance was far from what it
should have heen. It seemp.v.ejry
strange to ns. that such indifference
^xists, ip tlijs n.j|pi. ipality, when
the expenditure of money is concerned. TJi-is. is. without doubt,
tjie richest agricultural district,,
^aturally. in the cj-Hintry, but it
possesses the poorest public spirit
on the centiaent. We do aot know
of anv other district where such a
kcl^of j>t)bljp spirit, exists. Evej-.y-
ope is wrapt up iu his own affairs.
.spd few there be who show any
willingness t��,take any part what-
ever in matters of publip interest.
Here ����. ha��._Jb crying need fcr
a, system ��.8 gopd wa^a. Everybody feels,ti��.nee^>of it, but wheu
9, meetiug is called v^ere the mat-
tor might) be discussed and steps
tfljugfttp Qbt$)�� �� sj-sl^m ^hiph will
fltyl the need what do we find?
QfcQUt thirty ot��t of all the district
payers wuu can spare tne time to
talk the matter over. The nieetii c;
waa advertised sufficiently long ior
everyone tp have a chance of know^
ing abo',it it, butt as we stated before, and as is noticeable by the
Way the ploughing patch has been
taken up, the majority of the people
Ol this district cares nothing about
the other fellow so loug as everything is going all right with himself. It i|s"high time that this iu->
dolent method was discarded and
the newer and more up-to-date svsr
\em adopted of taking ^an active
part in matters|of public interest.
Pinch yourselves and see whether
ye are awake or not. If the business men have allowed themselves
to go to sleep the farmer bas no
license to do the same,. Wake up!<
and arouse everyone else to a Fens��
of their responsibilities. With such
lethargy all around us we are feek
ing somewhat drowsy ourselves.
Wake "up, man, and see what you
Ought to do in these matters.
To make fortunes out
of the future you must
put something into the
present      ...       ...
JUST OUT! S��-��
Gold-Corpers Pay
""I v.l Jen els all
over British
.       Colombia
I
BRITISH  - COLUMBIA -  ILLUSTRATED
Con ts Icing over ioo Views.   Post pni,d 35.:., Stamps.
Richest Province in the British Empire.
GRiiAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
V. T, Ry, & Ferry Co.
Mr. Businessman now is the time
to cater to the Xmas tr a^Ie and in
order to do so it would pay vou to
drop an ad in your home paper and
let the people of this district know
t\hat you are stiil aliva and doing
ljpsiness at the old stand.    Try it.
GRAPHITE  AT GRAND
FORKS,
Grand  Forks,, Nov. 15.���E.   R.
Knight,  a   pioneer   prospector   of
this district, has  just  found some
float   samples   of   graphite   which
m.iy lead to something of impoitj-
ance, ancl the peculiar feature about
+tihis find is th^.t the <Jdscovery was
made just  at  the  head of Bridge
street in tlie v^ry heart of the city,
the mineral bein^ found in a gravel
l?ank-
Delta Highway By-Law
1907.
Whereas It ts necessary anil expedient to rescind a certain highway
and also to establish certain highways
within the Corporation of Delta;;
Be it therelorq enactetl by the Reeve
and Council ot tho Corporation of
Delta as fo.lows.:
1. That the portion ot the highway
established by Gazotto December
22nd. 1S73. front, a point i��n the east
bank of Chiluktan Hlough, thence
northerly to, its intersection with tho
River Ko.t,d b^ and la hereby rescinded. v,
2. Tli^it a highway be and is hcro-
,by established in lieu thereof, commencing ^t e- point on the line between, Ijo.wnshlps 5 and 6, on the
east bank of Chiluktan Slpwgh, thonce
west, XX degrees, 23 minutes west for
a distance of 3.2 0 chitins, and S3 fftet
oik each side thereof, thenco north,
37 degrees 23 minutes west for a distance of 11..8S chains, thence north,
44 degrees 32 minues west for a distance uf MO chains to intersect the
tllver Road and having a width of 30
,feet on ���-.ich side; thereof.
3. That a highway be and is hcre-
ly established commencing on the
dyke, on the line between subdivisions
A and B ot Dots; 351 and  312,  Group
1, thence following the dyke In a
northeasterly direction to the line between .ubdly,ls)ons F ^id Q of said
Lots 351 and 312, Group 1, and having a width of 86 feet outside of
drainage di tf h,
4. That a highway bo. and in hereby
established commencing at tho S.W.
corner  o^tho N\W.    .4     section     25,
;Townahlp., *, thenco northerly along
,ihe wo.ster.jrs boundary of the N.W. .4
section 10, Township 4, for a distance of 6.4.S5 chalnB mpro or less to
tho southern boundary of Lsnt 15,
Group. 2, thence westerly aJonK thc
southern boundary of Lot  15,   Grou|^
2. for n. distance of 11.65 chains more
or less to the Riv^r Road.
6. This By-law- may bo cited for all
purposes as the Delta Highway By-'
law. 1907.
Passed tih-t. Municipal Council this
24th day of August, A.D. 1907.
Rccon-Jdtiiod and finally passed the
29th dajr, of October, A.D. 1907.
H. M. VASEY, Reeve.
N. A.  JtfcDIARMID.
Clerk  Municipal   Council.
[Seai,J
Nothing Risked, Nothing Oainsd. Nothing Ventured, Nothing Won,
Splendid Opportunity to Invest.
Tbe Richest Men in the World are investing in B. C. Copper
Gold and Silver Mines.     Why eanvt you begin now?
���The Oreatest Oold-Cop) i r Discovery of the Age Is In B.C.
IK FOIt OHM) GCLD us, i m
Every Dollar Subscribed used In Development of Mine,
Special Offer���20c per Share, will shortly advance to $1,0   |
Mines directly west of Le Roi and Le Roi No, 2, shares
sold from 5 cents to jUoo.oo; and Consolidated Mining and
Smelting Co. ot Canada, Ltd., shares $150.00 each? the Giant
California, adjoining our own,, shares about Ji 10.00; Granhy
Mine paid over $3,000,000 Dividends per year; Gold-copper
mines in British Columbia paid Large Dividends. Big Four
assays trom $5 to ��Soo in gold, copper, silver, with 32 per
cent, in the Treasury.    Invest now and you wont regret it.
Notk���Most o! these mires sold 'or n ftw cents ence, I u
over-capitalized even now, pay big dividends. Big Four is on
the railway, near smellers.
Rossland Mines received Highest Awards tor richest poW-
copper ore sent to St. Louis Exposition. Big Fo.ir had Best
Display at Dominion Fair, New Westminster, B.C.
No less than 100 shares fold, All Cash, Above this shares
can be had ��n instalment plan, or yearly contract, 15 per cent*
cash, balance ippjithly.
Nearly Two Hiles of  Railway on Property.
Companv hns no debtsor liabilities.   Send for IlHistniU<l Prospectus and Hook.
let, "Mining Up-to-Date," to Secretary, with 5 cents in stamps.
BIG   FOUR  MINES,   LIMITED
P.rJ. Eox 174, Vancouver, F. C, Canada.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED, - $4,000,000
CAPITAL PAID-UP,        -' - $3,900,000
RESERVE FUND, - - .       $4,390,000
Total Assets Over Forty-Five Millions.
Auction sale, Thursday, siSth in
A plat., for drawing trade to a
towa, that bas been successfully
worked at several points might be
adopted to advantage in this town.
The plan is as follows: An agreement was reached between all the
merchauts whereby they otlered
ipeeial s lies > i cer.a.n clays, each
merchant selecting some special
line of gcods upon which he made
a lower price than usual. Thus
one dry goods house would sell
gloves at a special price, while another would offer bargains in dress
goods. Every line of business was
represented and care was taken that
no conflicts occurred. Prizes were
then oflered to the fernxer bringing
in the best load of grain or the
handsomest baby and the bargain
day was extensively advertised in
the surrounding country, the names
of the merchants and their special
sales being in, all casps stated. The
farmers responded' in a most gratis
tying manner and the merchants
wer,e well pleased with the plan.
The idea has already been carried
out in sevetal cities.
N
Nurseries  &  Seedhouses
Headquarters tor Pacific Coast
grown Garden, Field and Flower
Seeds tha,t are thoroughly tested as
t > vitality before offering for sale���
that are subject to p. av eminent inspection as to freedom from weed
seeds. Samples seat to intending
purchasers.
Large stock ot HOME GROWN
Fruit and Ornamental Trees now
matured for the spring trade.
No expense,, loss or delay of fumigation or inspection.
BEE SUPPLIES, Spray Pumps,
Spraying Material, Greenhouse
Plants, Cut Flowers,
We do business on our own
grounds���no rent to pay aud are
prepared to meet aU competition.
Let me price your list before placing your order.    Catalogue Free.
M, J, HENRY,
3010 Westminster Road,
VANCOUVER,   -   B. C.
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Westminster and Vancouver.
Leave Pt. Guiehon, 6.30 a.m.    Arrive Vancouver, 10.20 a.m.
Leave Vancouver,   2.10 p.m.    Arrive Pt. Guichon, 6.00 p.m.
Gives  Passengers  four  hours  in   either   New   Westminster or Vancouver.
New   Freight   Tariff   effective    September    5th,   '06.
Greatly Reduced Rates.     For particulars apply to
E. T. CALVERT,
Agent, Port Guichon.
Sufficient Cars will be furnished without delay.
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Incorporated IH69.
Accounts of Outof-Town Customers Given Special
Attention.
BANK BY  MAIL.
Sowings Bepartment.
Accounts may be opened with deposits of ONE DOLLAR
and   Upwards.      Interest paid,  or credited,  quarterly on   31st  March, 30th June, 30th
September,  31st  December.
C. B. DANIEL, Manager, LADNER. B. C.
-liL-LiaJl.W-gl,-ll��'l
W. N_ Draper,
PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR
Room 2, Kllnnl Block. New Westminster.
SEALED TENDERS addressed
to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Detention Building, Victoria, H.C.," will be received at this office until Monday, December 2. 19,07, inclusively, for the
construction ot a Detention Building at Victoria, B.C.
Plans and specifications can be     ,_ .
seeu and forms  of tender obtained   PaSniOfl    StflblGS
at this department and on application td""William Henderson, Esq,,
Resident Architect, Victoria, B.C.
Persons tendering are notified
that tenders will not be considered
unless made o.n the printed form
supplied, and signed with thoir
actuatsignatures.
Each tender must be accompanied hy an accepted cheque on a
chartered bank, made payable to
the order of the Honorable the
Minister of Public Works, equal to
ten per c$nt (tQ p.c.) of the amount
of the tender, which will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to
enter into a contract when called
upon to do so, ox il he tail to. complete the work contracted for. If
the tender be not accepted the
cheque will be returned.
The Department does not bind
itself to accept the lowest or auy
tender.
By order,
FRED. GELINAS
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, November 2, 1907.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the
Department, will not be paid for it.
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MINERAL AND flBI ill I
i  JT. HENLEY
���>   NEW WESTMINSTER,    :-:  B. C.
*���* Manufacturers of ull kinds ol
v Soda Water, Ginger
I    Ale and Summer ��
A Drinks. j,
A      Your patronage solicited 1
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Trucking aad Drayinj.
Livery  work of all kinds 4t��
tended to promptly.
Jm Nl. Collinson
l.a .ucr.R, C.
DR. T. HOQGAN,
M.R.C.V.S., Edin.
VETERINARY SURGEON,
~ New Westminster, B. C.
Office j
Central Livery Stable,
Columbia St. Phoue 137
Ladner Carriage Works.
Steyeis M Calibi's Tarjel R
If you renew your subsbription before the 30th
of this month (November), you will receive
one ticket for ench dollar paid in.
New Subscribers will also, receive a ticket.
Oome in now and put yourself right with the
printer.
Get Your Grinding Done
While You Wait.
Q. T BAKER, Ladner, B. Q. ���   : ���-.
Tlii. DELTA TlUlES, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 19,
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[E ARE T9 THE FRONT epin tliis par witli- e larger Assortment tto ever Mmz, of TOYS and
FANCY 'GOODS, China and Gbsswsre, etc., Cutlery, Drswn Linen, fwy Hantterchiefs, Ladies'
and Gcsits' Neckwear mi EVERYTHING THAT IS SN DEMAND AT CHRISTMAS TINE, Suitable Presents
for All.
/Ilso large range "IMWM. SOUVENIRS" and Ourtotfltis Post aids, ) mss Cerd^ Calendars, Hcc4s, Hymn ��A Prayer EgoMs, etc.
Bring the Ciiiltlrcn to see tfie Media .ileal Figures in tfie window.
Iff
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iwas D'ramin^~$t2S In Prl
dfifc. si ._>* ^*j��i'
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Adult Drawing*.
1 Combination Desk.
2 Hall iUmbrella Stand.
3 Chair.
4 Hanging Lamp.
5 Water Set.
6 Table Lamp.
7 Drawn ,Linen Centrepiece.
8 ".Silk Embroidery Drape.
9 Sofa Cushion.
10   Burnt Leather Panel.
9P
Children's Drawim?.
1 Mechanical Figure.
2 TogoX
3 Doll.
4 Train on Track.
5 Loop the Loop.
6 Tool Chest.
7 Castle.
8 Chatterbox.
9 Doll.
10 Blocks.
We intend to have two. separate drawings this year.    One for Adults and one for the Children.   We want to interest Everybody.
A Ticket for a chance in our Drawings will be GIVEN AWAY with each 50 CENT PURCHASE, and the drawings will take placs at
9 o'clock on Tuesday night, December 24th, in our Store, in the same way as previous years, which has proved
very satisfactory to all concerned.
(No employee^or member of his family or shareholder in the Company will be allowed to participate in this drawing.)
frizes will fee m MMlim h Oyr S!mw Widows, Wednesday,;!3th November, en wfcich date we will commence cfE'vinj away tickets.
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S3 mmn\% B THE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMFER 19, 1907.
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��� ��� - - - j-. ���    i.g ���
^aSBSmmmt r n   -r
J.OUAL NEWS.
���j\lex.   I\avie  visited   the  Royal
��ity yesterday.
INSURANCE
*. L. Cole, of Blaine, Wash., is a
juest of Harry Burr.
m
AGAINST
ACCIDENT
Jas. Marven,   of  Point  Roberts,
paid �� visit here yesterday.
Miss Flpra Cook returned home,
yesterday, from a visit to the Royal
9>tT. 	
C. Beadl:stofi is building a new
workshop and packing house for
Ijdmself.
}&rs. P. Shirley and son, Master
Mannie, spent yes.erday in the
��oysU City.
C. Hoffman returned to Vancouver, yeiterday, afl;er spending a few
^*ys here op business bent.
Mrs. Geo, R. Manley. and family
jMyed ���nto their property at Boundary Bay, on Friday last.
SICKNESS
Old Established and Reliable Companies.
Claijn�� Promptly Adjusted.
White, Shiles # <��,
260 Columbia Street,   *  New Westminster, B.C.
Edwin Hitcherson went over to
Vancouver, Saturday, to take in
the football match in wbich his did;
college mates were to take a part.
H. N. Wioh, returned home,   Fri-
^pY, irom Victoria, where  he  had
been on business for tv^o or three
* <Jays.
Mn, Robt. Dp an ;etyr��ed home,
Jpaturday, from a visit to the Royal
Qity, accompapied by her son,
IJercy Burr.
If you have a boy growing up,
there is uo doubt but that you
would like for hinj, to be able to
bring you home a turkey or a
goose onpe in a while. If so, help
him out by straightening up your
account and getting a few chances
in the drawing for a Stevens rifle;
the best that is.    See ad on page 2..
C. H. Davis bas bought out Jas.
^IcCallan's share int, tbe farm on
-fhi^h he iB^ivijug and!, wvilj, iu tv.-.
tore, run the concern alone witb
tjis boys.
 ! ......    . .__
J. House. F. Bennet and C. L.
Qapeland, of Vancouver, are busily
^nga������(I feting pijjes and string-.
ipt wire Ier the B. C\ Telephone
Company.
The football match, Westham
\s. Celtics, at Westham Island, on
Saturday last, resulted in a tie of t,
tf) ^ Thft tie will be played off in
Vancouver.
-tapt W. J. Ragers came down
ifom the Royal City, yesterday,
and will shortly take command of
the (Jr'idge King Edward, on the
retirement of Capt DcBeck.
Capt. DeBeck, of the dredge,
Jfing Edward, in company with C.
Tait, will go into the lu^b^r and
jingle bwsjness, having built a
mill in Surrey. The new firm will
l^.known as theTDominion Shingle
.J; Lumher Manufacturing Co.
The Excelsior Club, of Delta, intends giving a masquerade ball in
tiie Town, Hall, op the 6th ef De-
Cjeipber lie:*. ��� Arrangements are
being made, to have a lull assortment of costumes oa band to select
from. Fuller annoiineemerits will
appear later.
The Unj'qp service? to. be held
here, beginning an Sunday next,
Under the direction of Asa Gordon
a,qd bis talented wife, promise,to be
efta most interesting and profitable
qharacttr. It is to be boped that
the pnblic generally, will take
deep interest in tbem. Mr. and
Ifrp. C?<)f<3on are. expected to arrive
hereon Saturday next.
As will be seen bv reference to
qur advertising.c*ltunns on page 4
$. T. Cahrtjrtiasbranching, out into,
^, larger business under, the firm
qftglg, o f Cal nf rt & Lewis, Oeneral
Dealers. Commission Merchants,
Machinist?, etc. This if a concern,
tjifif.the district has fait the need of
foT.wowafi time and we bespetjc for,
tjiese. tnter. risin? young men a.
gfOcHv  shae  of the  p; trcqag; of,
60  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Copvriohts &.C.
Anyone sending a (sketch and desortptlmi mn.
luiclci. nacortatn onr opinion freewnet 1). r nn
;iivontlon is prohably patentable.   Comm un'.oa-
ionsBUit.l. coiithlc. itlal. HANDBOOK on Pattutn
aunt free. Oldest uuencf for seem, ng patents.
Patents WLtin iiiruu_b Munu & Co. receive
tpecloX notice, .rlttioiit cliar_ ., In the
Scientific Jlniericam
V handsomely ill ..atrated weekly. T.nrccest clr-
ailaUuti ul uny icientRla journal. Term a, 93 a
year; four months, 91. Sold by all newsdealers.
ISUNN & Co.3e,Broad^- Kew York
Brant tl Oflice. 026 F St. Waihln .ton. D. C
SEASONABLE J
Apples,
Pears,
Plums,
Honey
Handled on Commission.
Best Machinery
On Earth
Vancouver.
Wt Plwpwom Rrmtralwajg j_M_%_
eg Leave
To notify the people of Ladaer and sup*
rounding district that we are now in a
position to offer Vanoouver Island
ortland  Cement
At greatly reduced prices, making it poo��
sible for parties who contemplate building
to put in concrete foundations at about the
same   cost as   piling  or   ether   inferior
material,
Write for Prices,
sLLEY  ISnOSm
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B. 0.
Top VANCOUVER Prices}
For Your
POULTRY,
Alive or Dressed.
W. H, Taylor,
I Agent,
Ladner*   ���   B. C.
AUCTION J
FURNITURE  & EFFECTS.
Comprising���4 Bedrpom Suites, 3
Toilet Sets, 1 Extension Dining
Table, r Sideboird, Dining room
Chairs, Rocking Chairs, Watnot,
Lounge, Cosy Corner, Sewing
Machine, Desjc, Oal{ Table,
Stoves, MeClary Steel Range,
Kitchen Tables and Utensils,
Curtains, Oilcloth, Carpets,
Wheelbarrow, Garden Tools,
fee., &c., which
Ty/TR. H. N. RICH bas received
instructions from Mr. F. W.
Harris, to SELL BY AUCTION,
at his  residence, in  the Village of
Ladner, on
Thursday, Nov. 28th,
1907, at 2 o'Clock.
Terms Cash.
AUCTION SALE
CLYDKSDALE STALLIONS
MAR.ES & FILLIES,
SHORTHORN   CATTLE,
OXFORD       DO-WN      SHEFP,
AWO
3.5 Head of Grade Cattle, 12 Horses
25 Chickens, 25 Hives of Bees,
IMPLEMENTS,
Dairy Utensils, Household  Furni-.
tuie & Effects, which
MR, H. N. RICH bas recered
instructions from H. M.
Vasey, Esq., who has disposed of
his Farm, to Sell by Auction, on
the Premises, i}�� Miles N.E. of
Ladner, on
Wednesday, December 18.
1907, at 10 o'Clppk a.m.
Ltlt|che)n \\\\\ be provided.
Catalogues with p di. reel and
particulars of tbe Stock may bp obtained from H. M. VaF��|v, Esq., or
the Auciioneer, Ladner.
Terms���Under jJiod ca h;, over
that amount, cash ot appr ved negotiable note-! at sis and twelve
month* wMi inter- st at 8 pesca t^
per annum?..
E. T. CALVERT.
Port Guichon. i
PRELIMINARY I
WAVING decided to extend my tusi-
n ness, I take pleasure in informing
my Patrons, who bave shown confidence
in me in the Commission Business and as
a Dealer in Poultry^ &c., that, in future,
I niay be found at the STAINTON;
BLOCK, LADNER, under firm name, of
CALVERT & LEWIS,
Commission Agents,
Oeneral Dealers & Machinists.,
Thanking you for past favors and solicit-^
ing a, continuance e�� sabres,
Yours faithfully,
E- T, CALVERT,
Silverware,
Cut Glass.
Watch Repairing a Spesialty,
Jlndrew Clausen,
LADNER,  IT..C.
B. C. Leather Co., Ltd.
$12 Hastings Street, Vancouver, B, C,
English Oak Tanned Harness Leather
���j. JunuwjgstuB^y
MANUFACTURERS OF
��m ke mmm sues
DEALRRS    IN
Saddlery Hardware, Horse Blankets and Stable
Requirements.
Closed   Uppers   Leather   and   Sho9   Finding.!,
Trunks, Bags, Valises.
Estate of
W.   L.   McBRIDE,
General Merchant
Phone 5,   -   Port Guichon
Produce Stored and
Shipped Direct
(To fill I G Porb.

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