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THE   DELTA
-".ST.-
Vol. 6, No. ...
LAoNEK, B. C, TUESDAY. SEI-TEMBEl. 23. 1908.
*k
in  colors,  black,
RAND OPENINGI
ew Fall Qoosls
Ladies' Wear-
New Skirts in all the New Cloths, S.yles,  etc.,
brown, navy, garnet, at $3.50 to $9.
WaiStS-
Lovely Evening Waists, in Cream Wool Taffeta, Cream Silk,    7ool
Shallies^ etc., with fine lace trimmings, from $2 to $7.
Underskirts-
Fine Sateen Underskirts, special at $1.60.
Pine Sateen Underskirts, with duTsi, frill, etc., special ipl.75.
Fine JSateaa Underskirts, in brown and navy, special $2.
Fine Watered Moreen Underskirt:', special at $2.50.
Underwear-
Complete stock Ladies' and Children's Underwear, in light, aediu n,
and heavy weig nt-j
Flannelettes*
Large'ranse! of plain and fancy striped English double wra Flannelette at 12^0, 15c,. 20c and 25c a yard
NEW HOSIERY, NEW GLOVES, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
JERSEYS, Etc,
20th Annual inhibition Great Success    The Market.
Delta Agricultural Society is to be Congratulated
Upon the Result of Their Efforts.
v.. Ladnor
New   Westminster.   sSe|>t.   19.���
RAINCOATS,   HARD   and
Men's Department-
NOBBY  FALL   SUITS, OVERCATS,
SOFT HATS in all tbe new blacks.
Stanfield's Underwear-
We carry a complete stock of this High Grade Underwea
the different weights, in Wool and Silk and Wool.
n all
Shoe Department-
We carry Toothing but High Grade Shoes, from the BEST Canadian
*nd .American Manufacturers,
LAnxi'.n. Sept, l'J���To-day Ladner
ia  the meoea  of  stockmen   from   the
-surrounding   district,   find  some havo
tven tiomo from  rcmoto parts uf tho
province and from the prairies as far
1 aal ea Winnipeg, for the stock brnd
.<mJ raised on  tho  rich  fodder ot the
Fraser river    delta   are tamed afar.
'or day* the farmers have boen preparing for the Delta fair and nil day
yestorday the cattle and other exhibits worn arriving until few Indtod r>i
iho   clauses   remained   unrepresented
und mo it of them were well filled, So
he  fafe  was  a  success, Indeed wa:;
ur ahead  of  any   prevl >us  eevnt  of
he same  nature  held  hore for many
..  are,  and all connected with it feel
tahl Uny have done something to be
proud of ln  gathering together such
a fine collection of the country's pro-
luels.    The weather was not all thai
it  might  have been,  occasional show-
���rs falling,  the  only  result being    to
send   the  ladles   indoors  to  tho  lunch
tables,   while    too   light   to   Interfere
ith  the  exhibition.    Tho  Delta  fair
ia at present essentially a stoek produce exhibition, strictly for tlie ai^rl-
ulturiit anil offers little attraction ti
he , ity man. _ > thai lha crowd which
tl     ts   is  net  as  Uiri'.e  as  at   othei
_ai _  where a program    of    sports i-
3.    Tii    Delta  Agricultural bo
is    fine    grounds    and  a race
trai  .   . niii to or I ettor than any    in
hi     rovlnce, a fact freely commented
it, ! y visitors to-day, many of whom
��������� .. ...ed the opinion that race snorts
: Idi i it  would be tlio best or all the
��������� ,i.v   fairs   in   the     province,   and
his view is endorsed by many Delta
��� M,-.!_.    li  is understood  that   t'he
-0 iiety wlll take ch-s matter into cor.- j
edorution  at their next annual me.et-
;ng.
Grand Stock.
The stock exhibit was the feature
��� f the exhibition and it ls safe to say
.t.i; only on rare occasions Is such a
iplendtd Collection of thoroughbreds
gathered together in British Columbia. One of the judges, a sto k-raiser
from Brandon, was heard to express
his admiration, declaring that the
horses and the cattle were eo_ual to
.���...��� iisTs.a i,o had r-iTT In the great
'���anchins districts o! tne pi am.
N >r were the animals few ,n number.
Every stall wus filled and almo9t every class had several entries, giving
Ihe judges a busy time to decid.' the
winners. A very close contest for th ���
Institute prize for the best ban J of
horses puzzled the judges f >r S iroc
lime. Two bands were ei I ' I, 1 >
The Pemberton Farm and A. W, Pat-
is -ni respectively. The former Were
in greater number and were all fine
animals, but horse for horse could
apt COlnpare with Iho smaller bum!
ft was foijjid, however, thut the latter hud Included loaned stock and on
this aoeount was set back to second
place. The sheep, swine and poultry
hiss.s were all well filled.
Vegetable Display.
In the Interior of the exhibition j
building was displayed a collection
it vegetables  that for size and qua'.- j
Sutherby
T.   E.
Suthei
by 1
i-iitiii 1
bj
A  Davl
.���
!���:. i.'.ii
&r,
Bull,   calf,   T
Bros.
Covf,   aged,   Sutherby   Bros
Ladner,
Helf r,   two   y.ars     old,
Hros.
lb if  r,   one     year     old,
Broe., A. Dav: 1,
Heifer,  calf,  T,   E,   Ladnor
Bro 1,
Graded Stock���
1 Sow, aged, T. E, Uidner,
Heifer, two years old, T,
1st and  2nd.
Hi Iter, ona year "hi, T. E
1st and 2nd.
Heifer,  calf, T. E. Ladner,
2nd.
fat cow or steer not exhibited i_,
any othor elass, ... J>.  Patersorl.
Dairy Stock���
ITnrii, 1") dairy COWS, Sutherby  Bros,,
T. JO. Ladner, A. Davle.
Sweepstakes for  best  beef  cow  on
grounds, A. 1). Patterson.
Sweepstakes for best  dairy 00w on
grounds, Sutherby Bros.
Ladner.
1st am;
Horse.-.
Barron,  F.
M.   Logan.
The weekly market .was well ai-
ten led, yesterday, atid tliere was
good business done in the sale ot
produce, etc'. Naturally at this
sutherby , time of year fruit occupies a large
share of attention, but dairy and
poultry produce was well repre-
dent-.., 1 ird9 reaching the market
in increasing quantities.
The new market offices at the
far end (f the building were
brought into use for tiie first market day, having been in occupation
by the stall since Monday. It is
tn ire convenient to the stall holders,
aTid gives the clerk greater privacy
and more commodious quarters.
The provision ofa public telephone
is a great convenience. Waiting
rooms lor both sexes are provided.
There was a good supply of meat
and fish.    The quantity ol beef was
larger  than   fof  tbe  past summer
months, while all mutton and lamb
sold   readily.     Veal   was   not   so
plentiful, aiul there was a good demand'tor  medium stock.    Pork is
increasing  in supply  and   tbe de��
maud   holds  fool.    There  was  a
J. a. Montgomery j fajr SUpply of fish, salmon especi-
I allv since the removal of the three
j wee'es close season.
Tlie price ol eggs remains high,
I all offerings selling readily at 35 to
j 37 cents a doz n wholesale. Butter
continues for best qualities at 40
ce its, with five cents reduction tor
p >orer offerings. The supply of
fosvls was satisfactory, and tbe
sale-: negotiated were encouraging.
A large supply of chickens met a
ready sale, D.tuand was equally
g-.nd for broilers. Thi call \s improving for ducks, and prices hardened.
Fruit and vegetables continue to
form a leading feature.    The larger
ft sill's  ���_s.uP)'   tbo     _t.n'J_)     fJ.....if ally
at the present time.
Of apples there was a fair supply,
and sales - were easily made.    The
c ill for pears  was limited, but the
' supply is improving.    Plums met a
Horses;   J,  G
Judges:
Spai; draught horses, mares 01
g  blins.  A. Davie, T. Ladner.
Span agricultural horsey, mares ot
geldings, A. D. Paterson, PembortOT
. ���arm.
span buggy horses, mares or gold
:ngs, it. McKee, \v. J. Frederick.
..-addln horses, mans or geldings
A. D. Paterson, A, Davie.
Buggy horses,
Fisher Bros.
Clydesdale  with   pedigree���
Brood   mate,  with foal  at foot,
D. Paterson, Pemberton Farm.
Sucking colt,  A.  D.  Paterson,  B,
Browne;
Throo-year-eld   gelding  or  Ally,
D.   Pater, m.
Two-year-old     geldlr.g     or   filly,  A.
Davie,
Yearling, gelding or filly. A. D. Pnt-
���.son,  1st and 2nd.
Heavy Draught���
Brood mare, with foal at foot.
1 .slier   Bros.,   Pemberton   Farm.
Sucking colt. Pemberton Farm,
F.sher   Bros.
T-.n-ss.-ver,.-0Ui gelding or filly, Q.
B.   Embree.
Two-year-old gelding or filly, C,
Kettles, _. 6. firowne.
i'eatllng, gelding or filly, A. D. Paters :n, 1st and 2nd.
.'. ._ sulturalr-
Brood mare, with foal at foot, Mrs.
CI liana.1���--,  .i.  tr,,,.
Sucking eolt, W. A. Kirkland, Mrs.
Gillanders.
Tine year-old gelding or filly, A.
IJ.   Paterson,   Sutherby  Bros.
Two-year-old gelding or filly, C.
Davis,   T.   I..   Ladner,
Yearling, geding or flly, C. Davis,
H. Everett.
Roadsters���
Brood mare, with foal at foot, E
s. Browne, Stokes ti. Cullis.
Sucking colt, K. S, Browne. Stokee
& Cullis.
steady demand for  firm   fruit, but
McCall PattCmS       The Store of Quality and Quantity      M(��a|| Patterns
Marshall Smith & Co., Ltd.
Two-year-old  gelding or  fiily.    W
would  do credit to California. Im- ��� Smillie,  A.  Davle.
riense   pumpkins   tut.I   squash   f&ccd |      Yearling,   ge.ding    <
the  visitor,   as  he entered   tlie  build-1 Bros., ]���:. .s. Browne.
:-<g. and ea -h stop revealed now won- , Bbeep.
rs   of   growth;     potatoes,     carrots
mangolds   and   other  roots   dwarfing
1 in. ordinary  vegetable   of   the  stores |
to  a   diminutive    Imitation.
She.
filly,   Fi:she
Bred)
ANOTHER  GREAT TR1 AT.
On Monday evening next, the
peop'e ol I'cUa will be given another ��.pp.-rtnnity of bearing tbe
world-famous sneaker,. Miss Murium, when this talented lady will
jive a lectuie entitled "A White
Canada vs. The Yellow Peril." A
short programme will also be rendered.
The atove Hectare will be given
���nder the auspice ��1 tl e Ladies*
Aid of tbe Methodist Chttrch. with
B��.r_ J. F. Bett- in lhe chair. Ad
mission', adults 25c and children
soc.
The
���'elta  Is  an     ideal    grain  producing
country and  the samples shown    of
oats and whea.t could not possibly fill
far short   of   the   world's   best.     The
tn>s  that  took  the  lirst weighed  not
loss than  fifty  pounds to the  bush 1
| l.,,1   were   unmnrred   by  blemish   of
!    iy kind,    Fiower9 In gr at profusion
I      .1   \ ,;i  ty   a! o  t  stifled   to  th >  pro-
: luetlveness or tii rich alluvia: soil.
i 'ruit is not as much grown here as
i further inland, nml in consequence
! ���!!,���  exhibit  was smaller, although   of
��� ci lent   qua) ty      Ladles  an 1   ehU 1
��� ,;��� b work was well represent) d.
in the hall ab .vr the Ladies' Qulld
of All Stflnts Trennanl Church of
1 ICngland served lunch, refreshments
; and candies to all  who Choss  to  par
lake  of  their  hospitality.     The   bub'
i who lo.ik��d after the inner man "were:
! Mesdames w. .1   Frederick, w. H. Sid.
will close  their  store a'. 6:30 p.*. merchant, was robbed to the extent . .^^ w   Tj   Mr,,.rM_   ,T   Richardson,
I Of  $2fn.      While one  of the despera-   h,  x.  Rich.   K.  K.   Bartlett,  .1.  Allen.
does held Mr. Scheinman  up  with a   \. de U. Taylor and Miss Mason.
of Octol er and November, except-: ,.,wiVl.r, the other   man   rifled   the Prise Iitet
Pure  Bred  Cattle���Durham.    B.  W,
Qreenway, Judge:
Bull, Wged, A. I). I'att  r..oa.  1st aad
2nd.
KAkLY  CLOSING.
Commencing   Monday,   October
Sti.. Mat_Iiall  Smith  & Co., Ltd.,
every evening  during  the  months
ing Satuiday nights when the store
will close at 9 p.m.
KF.XOItA HC.I_D-.r_.
KENORA, Ont, Sept. 21.���Saturday nifiiit a hold-up occurred at Vermillion   Hay,   when  N.   Scheinman,   a
p;   Oxford  Downs   (Pure
J   (',. Barron, Judge���
Aged ram, A.  Davie, 1st and  2nd.
Shearling ram, A. Davie, L. Kmbreo
Bam Iamb, A. Davle, 1st and 2nd.
Pair  aged  ewes,  A.  Davle,   1st  and
2nd.
Pair  yiarling   ewes,  J
A. Davle.
Pair ewe lambs, .f. Richardson, A
Day: \
Grade; Short Wool���
Pai.- aged ewes,  t.  K.  Ladner,  Is
and   2nd.
The
orais
Laurier
_(1VT.   0!
Up
rifled
cash  register.     The  men then   made
their escape after filing two shots a_
a  __ro_|> of townspeople,  "''      had   at
once rcxponded to the alarm give., b
Mr.   Scheinman   and   starti'd   ir.    pttr-j
suit.     The pobce suspect tl    ' the tw���.
men responsible  for tho   hold-up an
the same who     nnm Wed the   ���
burgta'i. s r.    11 W nnlpeg
one year
old,   _..  D
���t.
attention of all Lib*
M others supporting tl e
Government is call�� to
the fourth rage aunoun-
j ing a meeting to be held  in  Odd-
 __��� 1 fellows'Hall, on Saturday evening TIM0THY &  CLOVER SEEDS|'ina
Mr* G.T.B��ker and daughter,1 next at 8 o'clock,  for the purpose     _Rracktnan.Kt.r    Min���.      Co..
P.   i'alerson
Hull,  Mlf.   A.
?    1.
'������������. aged,  A
I.
He fer, tw t yi ���
soi. 1st and 2nd.
f.'if.T,  oti.-  year
ron,   1st an.l  2nd.
Heifer calf, A. D. Paterson
T>.  Pat.T.son
old.
Paterson,
,   1st and
1st  and
A   D.  Pater-
old.  A.  D.  Pater-
lst and
leave to-morrow, on a visit to Victoria, where they witt take in the
Feir.
of electing delegates to attend the
convention to be held in New Westminster on the 30th inst.
���Brackman- Ker
Ltd.,   H.   N    UCH,
B.C., Agent,
Ladner,1,
Jerseys-���
Pull aged. T
Holsteins���
Bull,  one year
A.  Davle.
B. Lndner.
>ld, .��utherby   Pros.
Pair shearling ewes, T. E. ladner,
1st  nnd   2nd.
Pair s'we lambs, J. Richardson, A
D ivle,
1 trade; Long Wool-
Pair aged ewes, J. Richardson.
Pair shearling ������wis, j. Richardson
Pair ewe iambs, j. Richardson.
Swine,
Swin":   Any     Bacon    Breed,     P..   VV
Gieenway, Judge���
Boar, ag.d, a. Davle, T. E. Ladner
Brood sow In farrow, or that ha
been so within six months, T, E. Lad
ner,  A. Davie.
Boar, under tlu'c months. A. Davle,   Is!  aTid   2nd.
Son-, und a- six months, T. ]���_. Lad-
;u r,   1st and  2nd.
Host litter p'gs under three months
A.  Dav:-.
Poultry.
Poultry;  A. O'Connor, Judge���
Pais turkeys, Mrs. Glllanders, W.
j H aten.
Gander and goose, Mrs. Gillanib rs
j K. S.  llrnwno.
Pair Rouen duck.,  E. S.  Browne.
Pair Pekin fluck*, T. E. Ladner, W
Heaton.
Tair brown T.ghorns, Mrs. Bart
lett.  1st.
P;'T  Barrvd Bocks.  VT. Heaton.   Is
(Continued on Third P..o��. |
t'le supply is shortening with the
a Ivauce of the season. All kinds
of vegetables readily sold. Sales
were still slow for potatoes, averaging only #14 a ton.
The following are the prices that
rule rl during the day: ���
Beef,   hindquarters,  gc   to qjie
per lb; forequarters, 6e to fijic
Mutton, 12c to 113c per lb.
j    Lamb, 13c to 14c per lb.
Richardson.'     Veal, medium,   nc to 12c per lb;
larjre, Sc to 9c.
Pork, 8c to sSj^cper lb.
Eggs,   wholesale, 35c to 37c   per
d >/.; retail, 40..
Butter, 35c to 40c per lb.
Fowls,   I7.S0 to S8.00 per doz;
chickens, ?5.oo to $6.50 per doz.
Broilers, ��7.50 to f.4. so per do/...
IHic ;s, f.7 to 58 a doz.
Potatoes, #14 per ton.
Apples, 96c lo Jr.io a box.
Tears, 75c per box.
Plums, 40c per crate.
DARING KOLD-t'P.
lilTFAbu,   N.T.,     ?-'���-�����      21.���Twe
no-u with iln-ir faces   covered    with
handkerchiefs enteral    tit*    L��nnox
hotel  early   today  an<1  with  revolver*
i forced Clerk Geo. J. Smith and tele-
I phono  operator Doyle  to  leavo  their
j positions an dbhen fnarcfhM then, In-
. to the  Ixisss���ino.nl where    they    lookej
: them ie a small room.     Returning te
I tbe bIHcb tlie two ��;��ii began      search
' for va!>< iV. -.       They    F.--eTiri^d    only
' about 5130 in cash, but had succeed-
1 ed ! 1 opening the -safe    when    Smith
;  i:-d Doyle, who h*3 suooeeded In Ub-
��� railng  themselves,   raised   an   alarm
���Td   lhe   hold-up   men   H-d  and UHV9
' ry��!  been 1 a i't 11'. '.. THE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 22, ^rS.
1
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TME   DbLlA   IllWbii.
PtJBUS.U-.I_    EVERV  Ttl.l.SDAV.
9v9oC%irtiort, $i.OQ. per yp*t.
uNK KINO.   ON.lv FLAG,
1'MPIRK.
Os\J
n
i
APTERTISINQ RAiTSS.
CtMM.1 &dVfrtl_ciJinit��, 10 Cent* PV H���� fo'
tfcfctir_ Insertion, nnd 5 ceuis.per line for cadi
���kWqiwat IsKrtion. The number ot lines
���tckeoad bl Ue space ��ccu*t_d, w lines to tin-
tek.
IM.. tor Cemnserdsl AdvcrtUementi can he
lya<_ an application at ihu office.
Kes<Macsotlcea wttuuper.line tor eacb in-
Sprtion.
���|rtkaad Death notice*.joe., Masrl��S<��J'���<�����
A��. apcelal notice, Die object ol which Is to
promote the pecuniary benefit of any individual
��t company, to he considered an _dvc.T-isi.ii.iit
and charged accorditmly.
Alltdte_.tMmes.l-Charged for. satll ordered
ut 1.1 uald lor.
Carrenpondence Invited oa matters ol.public
totereat. Conimu_it_.lo_g.lu editor muat OS uc-
Cemyanled hy name oi writer, nol n��cssnrtly
Jit publlcattoa, hut aa evidence of.ROod fiiilh.
artmyonUence sua reach thia office hy Thurs-
kystaalag,
Gko. R. Manlbv.
M-anagor.
TUBS DAY. jytPTRMDKR   22,    IQ08.
Considerable complaint is heard
about the absence of the light at
corner of Oddfellows' block. Another lamp li badly needed nt Dr.
^. oodley's corner.
H. N.   Rich  leaves,  to-morrow,
tf_.take.Ln the Victoria Fair.
Mr.. T. Wi. Foster, accompanied
by her son and daughter, went over
to the Terminal City, this morning.
Messrs. Jos. Harris, X. Husband,
Mred Land,and Roy Page left, on
Saturday last, on an extended visit
tp friends it��.the Fasts
SiKIX rilOXK ni-UEXTUHJCS..
WlNNirKO.  Sat*.    .t.-~-Tho  M.tni
tnb:i  government    haa     di_pc>aed     i>f
ls.43,vJO;   UjApftsne     dobt>t.tur��v8.   in
Moatrealiond .Vow York:at 9S.     Tltls
la.   c_mu_1*.-m��1., a   Ktfnd   n.rica   et.   tills
Tl-uckintr and Draying.    Livery Work of
All Kinds Attended to Promptly.
All Kinds oi Firewood Always On Hand.
J. M. COEUNSQR, SjygLM
Shoes for Everybody
Some Shoes look wdH aad wear badly, others look badly
and wear well,.
Ours look well, feci well and wear well,
We noi oaly aim _t  having  the latest styles, but honest
goods as well.
We have All Sizes and Widths and can Fife Arr-
Foot Accurately and for very Little Money.
It wont do any harm to start dealing here..
The following is an. extract fnom
ft letter published in the Columbian
ifcj coming from a. Nova Scotia. :
It does not require-Ion.; dissertations to prove what flag we should
U.e. The matter: is s> simple
tuat even a iooli might understand it. More than a century
ago John Bull wrested from his
enemies most- of the provinces now
Called Qanada and raised in all ot
them the Union Jack, as the sign
of his ownership and sovereignty.
Tiie country then became a British
po.ses_.ion, and: it has remained
oik* ever since; and now the people
ot Cauada have no right to sttbsti-
I .ate another flag for the Union
: Jack, the symbol of British suprem
! aey���than one member of a great
commercial company has to tear
down the signs that are above the
I door of its warehouses and offices
and put his own name there. To
put the matter in a nutshell:j
Cauada  belongs to  Great  Britain
-___?._.��_Zt^_^|JNO. REAGH, ladner, b. c.
sons have a right to. change its
flag without the authority ot the
British government. Disguise it
a* we may,, the dominant element
in the idea of having another flag
ia.secession.iOr separation from the-
empire and national independence..
The people to the south ot us perceive this, and tbey read with complacency the illogical rant and treasonable language that appear in
letters, sent to newspapers by secessionists, "-'C.mnda First" men,and
other ill-disguised traitors. These
Americans, however, were not so
child-like and bland when some ot
their own fellow-citizens tried to
hove two flags; lor more than a
million of them rushed to arms and
tonght in bloody strife until the
Stars and Stripes^waved ou all public buildings in a  united  republic,.
PROVINCIAL
EXHIBITION
VICTORIA, B.C.
British Columbia's Premier fair
September 22-3-4-5 I 26.
Everything New, Modern and Up to the Minute
New Grounds,  New BuiMings,  New Attractions
Horse Show Every Eveninfl
Cash Tombola Prizes Every Day
FOUR DAYS CREST HORSE RBC1NG
Trotting,  Pacing, Running,
Steeplechasing	
Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done.
EXCURSION RATES FROM EVERYWHERE
For Prize Lists or Information
Address J. E. SMART, Manager
1III i il -
the Belts Saw ii
7
Are Prepared to . ....
Furnish All Kinds of
DK..T in._._>.\iiTXKB:.
LONDON, Ont., St-pf. Iir.- Vercr
!t-tt_��n, of Trvront^,. iWvp registered oa
a n����irph��n>t-niicr iIk.Im in bankrupt
���Uvdto, wee arretted last evaning on
tha chargs. ot misappropriating. (.760,
preferred n<jaln si him hy ..fror^Head
uln. of Toronto. H.ad claims that
thw were r#irtu.s_* in dlsnasins; oi
U-iikrupt stock.. At Illptey a slock
r*. listed MG.MV which., nhoultt have
heon dlr+iK��d' hrtwaon tho two, but
M��_id charges that Patteon made
((way. with the whole proceeds,
ROUGH  &   DRESSED   LUMBER
At LOWEST PRICES. Also
Shingles, Doors, Sash and
ItX^^rl*^^}*���^   ^inl*n  of  A"   Descriptions.
ed never to be .seen a^aiu.
Incorporated 1869.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED,
CAPITAL PAID-UP,
RESERVE FUND,
$4,000,000
$3,900,000
$4,390,000
Total Assets Over Forty-Five Millions.
Accounts of Qut-of-Town Customers Given Specta.
Attention.
BANK  EY  MAIL.
Hunnic.tNK -WVKrT:.
.VHVV TOrUC, Bept. 31.���Tho steam-
���liip Sftn Juan, w4vlob arrived y��rter-
<&wy ffcvm Ponoe, followed tho trail of
the hurrieano all tho way up. the
aoast. J.uat hefore she loft p_w>. an
the ir.Ui .one of thu officers said.last
iilsht, a wtreleaa metsia^e w.* roeo-lv.
ad eaylng.that ninety nei-sons-iti Mwt-
tbowtown (_��., had lost thoir livevj In
the hurrieano thoro.. That. Li- n-o_riy
one hftVf of the population of the 1��-
lausl whloU L. nearly all*neuroea.
st. lM'/n-Ksi.t:..('���. see*, n.��� sev.
ei-ei ot tUo at- P��ter*Buisg ,^_]x,t* prim
a rtiport. that. li>hti \V. KUld.-U, the
Anissrican am__t��<<-diir to ltussia Is
about to retire __ u�� .sunn of hto
health.
When-youiwish t�� buy vhtiting
cards call on the Delta Times who
will sellttbe B��s. money oan. buy.
If you need tllemprinted, why. you
ye money inspocket by calling on
tjie Delta-Times first_
_ Marks.
OCSIQNS
CornnueHreAc,
*^^tsaTwmi>meil\l]iltt9n tUKf
tt oplnloa ffee^hetber an.
The .S.S..Sonoma leaves Ladner
al S-jo a.m. and v.1,0 p.m.: retnru.
ing,.leaves Steveston at 9:30 a.m.
and 4T.3Q.psin.
DELTA STOCK YARD
LADNER.
The 4IH Annual fall Sale
Will be-held ia the
above Yard on . _ .
Wednesday^ October 2i���
1908,
Eariiy  Entries Solicited.
H_ N. RICH, Auctioucer..
irHI
The   BEST  Water   Tanks  Are
Made ai This Mill.
Savings Department.
Accounts may be opened with deposits of ONE DOLLAR
and   Upwards.     Interest paid,  or credited,   quarterly on   31st   March, 30th June, 30th
September,   ^ ist   December.
K. D. SIMPSON, Manager,   LADNER. B.  C.
__#e*_44_r*#*# e*w*e��4_M��e*e^_h��s_ft.a tT#t^i#^> a, e9e.mtem��.^msywrnmime
I HI 111 Bjf
I J. HENLEY   If
A NEW WESTJMHSTER, :-: B. C. A
A Manuinctunrs of all luudso. A
��� Soda Water, Ginger ���*���
.1 Ale and Summer X
X Drinks. j.
|#      Your patronage solicited     ��
^*m^.^^^e*%. ep ���#��� *^ ���#��� ^^^r^rejm *#**^e*#^^,^^*^�� *ai^^^m���*
Accliiuitlzed Stock.
Seeds
Jfarcricait
 iKli���lr, tuMda.
MMntinoJoaron,   Tm.,% (or
-mqewmm t*efK'.��, _��.<i tr
wMi����_i_n.HBwYgtk
Ss.��irsuWlttM��.l_C,
Per S.S.. "FAVORITE"
Carrying freight and passengers
to all points between. New Westminster and Westham Island-
Lea ws Hritokman & Ker's wliari
daily at 3. p.m., except Saturdays at
�� p.m. Additional tnp> 041 Mondays fearing at 5-a ni'.
K^turning leaves- Westham Island 7;a.m. liaily except Fridays at
6 a.m.. Additional trap on Saturdays leaves I.adner at 5:30.p_m.
CalB at .Steveston Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays only.
The Launeh J.. C. BRUCE will
leave Ladner for New Westminster
at 8 a.m., on and aftaT Tuesday,
Sept. 8th; returning leaves. New
I Westminster at 5 p.m. each day.
catrying passengers only.
Tieket9 good until used, on either
S.S. Favorite or Launch Bruce.
J. C- BRUCE.
Plants
For the
Farm, Garden,. Lawn or
Conservatory.
Reliable Varieties at Reasonable
Prices. No Borers. No Scale.
Na fumigation to damage stock.
No windy agents to _nhoy vou
Buy direct and get Trees and Seeds
that Grow.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray
Pumps, Spraying Material, Cut
Flowers, etc. Oldest established
nursery on  the n_o.t._au_.' of   B. C
Catalogue free.
M. J. HENRY'S Nurseries,
Greenhouses and ^esdhottses
VANCOUVER,   -   B. C.
A. DeR. TAYLOR
OELSON THORPE,
Veterinary Surgeons.
AH   Calls	
Promptly Attended to
Phone 35 Stain.nn B1or-k
Ladner,  B.C.
DELTA  HOTEL
R. D. McKenzie, Prop.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL LAN!.  Sm.VE.-OH
Room j-. T_l_r<) mock. ^ew We!rtii.iTnrtrr.
Newly Furnished Througliout, and
First-Class in Every Detail.
Rates on Applicatji n
LADNER.
BC.
B*   H*   WEARE
be.'s to pnnounce that he re-open-.
his Mandolin and Violin Classes
iu Waddell's Hall, over Gilford's
barber shop, on Thursday, Sept.
17th.
For further particulars apply to
above,
Mandolins, Strings, Etc
Supplied at City Prices.
Our Entire Stock of
Ladies' and Chitdrens'
Ready-to-Wear Goods
and Fancy Goods
All New and Up-to-Date Stock, to Clear at Cost and
Below.
THE WHITE HOUSE,
A. J. BIRTCH,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C THE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY,
StvF a -i.vioj--��
22,  tc,:
I_adn or
A.
girls
Nlss
and  2iu},
E, T. Culvert.
pair   Hu��   Orpins,     AV,   Heaton,
isi and 'iuti.
Pair turkeys, bred 1908, W, Hft��ton,
Mrs. aiUandors.
Pair ducks, brad }9Q8, W. Heaton,
T. E. Ladnor,
Pair r;eese, bred  W8, Mrs. Glllan-
tltsrs,  14,  9.  Brown*.
Pair chickens. bre.d  190*. AV, Hea-
|nn, T. 15. lAdnor.
Dairy  l't_>^u��_,
'utter,   Cheese,   Etc.;   W.   J.   Brandish and II. Kipp, fudges���
���  nr  pounds   fresh   butter,   prints,
tread,  Mrs.  Cresswell,  Mrs,. A. D.
Peterson,
no_-.cn hens" egt?s, fresh, T. E. Lad-
Hread. Bills under 14 years,
0rt_ue   t''rederlck.
Cake, beat chocolate layer,
under l*i Miss draco .rorterick
Bread,  Blrln under 12 years,
t'.i.vn.
Cake,  Jelly,  girls  under U  years,
M ea  Bown.
Plo. girl under 11 year*, MImk Oiace
1 flare rick.
Special,     biscuits,     Miss    Gilchrist,
<,!,...   (inlanders,
Qurdeq  _*r<>One<\
I-,, .din   Produce;    V\   J.    ...rnjiilrith,
Judge���
Turnips, table,  whjtio,  J.  B.ni".  1st
Carrots, shorthorn, Atex. Davie,  \V
i; .a,hi.
Carrots, ln.ormcc.b_Lc,. X. Bone, Mrs
Uillanders.
I or snips, T. E. LaKbicr, H. J. Crosa-
�� r)l.
Cabbage, late buihiim, H. 3. Ciess-
wi ll, .T.  Bone.
- abbage,  late  winter,  J. Bone,  H.
j.  Cresswell,
Cabbage,  best  red,. J.   Bone,, tt.  J.
i '   i    .Well.
Savoys, best and largest, C. Beatle-
ston,  H. J. Cross welt.
Onions, white, T.  E, I_adner.
i Inlons, red, D. Montgomery, T. E.
Onions, yellow, D. Montgomery,  R
Peas, green, quart, Mrs. Girtanders
H.   . . Cresswell.
Table   corn,   best ears,   J.  Bone,   S
Morley. Hs^H
Peels,  best  long,   B,   Morley,
U. Taylor.
Beets,    best    short,    round
Cresswell, A. Davlo.
Squash, best for tablo   uso,
Browne, 1st.
Squash, Hubbard. Mrs. E. A. BOWn,
C.  1'odleston.
Pumpkin,   for   table   use,   J.   Bone,
Mrs. Lanning.
Vegetable marrows, Mrs. Lanning.
Tomatoes, grown in open air, Mrs.
Bow n. T. 10. Lndner.
Cucumbers, grown ln open air, 11
J. Cresswell) T. E. Ladner.
Cucumbers, best for pickling, H. J
Cresswell,
Citrons, J. Bone, E. S. Browne.
Cauliflowers,  J. Bone.
1i.i'lil Produce.
Field Produce;  WaRor Ka__, Jmlge���   .
Bale of hay, Timothy, A. Davle, H.
Montgomery. j
Hale  of  hay,   mixed.    "Mm. thy  and
clover, li. Montgomery.
Spring   wheat,   bushel,. A.. Falk,   T.
E. Ladner.
Barley,   bushel,  S.   Morley,   1st   and
-nd.
White oats, S. Morley, W. A. Kirkland.
Black oats, K. Morley.
Oats, new variety, named, S. Moi-
L id nor.
Rod Plums, T. E ^^^^^^^^
Klrklund,
Yellow Plums, \V, A. Kirkland, Mr*.
Lanning,
HlUe plums, T. E. Ladner, Jut,
Italian prunes, 11. J. Cresswell, W
A.  Kirkland.
Best collection of plums, not les
���hail _ varletlCH, \V. A, KlrklCna, T. K
I.adner,
Hyslop  jrab��,   Mrs.
Ladner,
Transeendant cmUs
R.  Ladner.
Dish   of   blackbovries.  Miss
Master  VV.  Frederick.
Best collection of fresh fruit, not
les�� than 8 varieties. T, E. Ladner,
W, Kirkland.
Flower*; W. J. Brandrith, Judge���
I. lowers.
Hanging basket,  Mrs. King,  1st.
Collection roses,     cut  flowers,   Mrs,
ll. A.  McKee, Mrs. A. de H. Taylor.
| Collection stocks, cut, Mrs, Cresswell, .Mrs, Lanrilng.
Collection  asters,   cut,   Mrj.   D.   A.
McKee, Mrs. King.
Collection zinnias, cut, Mrs. Glllun-
) dors,  Xlrs, A.  do  lt.  Taylor.
i      Collection   panties,     cut,   Mrs. L'in-
nlng,  M''s. Buwn,
Collection    carnations,    cut,    Mrs.
lanning,   li>t.
Collection gladiolus, cut, Mrs. D. A
McKeo,   Mrs.   Uinnlng.
Collection dahlias, double, cut, Mrs.
King,   .Mrs.  lt.  L.  Wilson.
Collection dahlias, single, cut, Mrs,
L liming,  Mrs. Bown,
Table  bouquet.. Mrs.  Lanning, Mrs.
King.
Hand bouquet, Mrs. Lanning, Mrs.
Cresswell;, special Mrs.  Bown.
Gentleman's buttonhole, Mr* Lanning, Mrs. Cresswell.
.Sweet peas, 15 varieties, Mrs. King.
Mrs. Bartlett.
Sweet   peas,   white,   Mrs.   Lanning,
Mrs.  Bartlett.
Sweet peas, blue, Mcs. King, Mrs.
Gillanders.
Sweet  peas,     pink,    T.. E. Ladnor,
Mrs. King.
Sweet peas, tad. T. El. Ladner, Mrs.
King.
Sweet peas, any other variety, Mrs.
King,  Mrs. Glllanders.
Collection Phlox. Dimmmondl, cut,
Mrs. Glllanders, Mrs. Bown.
steers   or
Pen   grade   !>ee*   cattle,
halters, A. D. Paterson.
Pen  _;ic.r'. fat. A. Ds.vle.
Bow  und  ii of  her offspring, undfii
5 months, A. Davie.
Be,:   OOlieotlen   field   roots,  T.    �����
Best 'collection fruits, T.  E. Ladner,
W.   A.   Kirkland.
CHURCH   NOTICES.
ALU SAINTS.
(Anglican.)
Holy Communion���ist and 3rd
Sundays at 8:30 a.m.; 2nd and 4th
Sundays at 11 a.m.
Matins, 11 o'clock.
Evensong, 7:30 o'clock.
Sunday School at io a.m.
Friday evening, Litauy at 7:30.
Rev. E. R. Bartlett. M.A
Vicai
CATHOLIC
sServices first and third Sunday of
each month at 10:30 a.m.; Benediction, 7:30 p.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.
METHOBIST.
���
Services next Lord's Day at 11
(a. m.and 7:30 p.m.
Class meeting, after'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.
A. dill. J
B. S.
Mrs.   Leaning, C.
Timothy, sock, C. Davis.
Mangold Wurtaet, long red, C. Davis. T. E), Ladnor.
Mangold Wurti;_4 tto**, T. E. I_ad-
ner.
Sugar Mangold, Song red, A. Davle,
W. Gilchrist.
Sugar Mangold. yeUow globe W.
Heaton, T.  E. Ladnso.
Potatoes,  Early Rose,  W.  Heaton.
Potatoes, Early Beauty Hebron, W
Heaton. ,:
Any other early variety, W. J
Cresswell, A. Davle.
Sutton's   Beliancc,  W.   Heaton,  H.
J. Cresswell.
Any other late variety, A. Davle.
Pumpkins,  heaviest,  T. E.   Ladnor,
Mrs.  Glllanders.
Squashes, largest,. T. E; Ladner.
Tumipe,  Swedish, T.  EJ. Ladner, J
Gilchrist.
Turnips,  nny  other kind,  A.  Davle
Sugar beelA, Unng.  A. Davie, T. E.
Ladner.
Sugar  beets,   short,  E.  S.     Browne,
T.  VI. Ladner.
Carrots, lonff witli.., W.  Heaton, T.
K. Ladner,
Carrots,  long; red,  D.  Montgomery,
T.   E.   Ladner.
Carrots,  Intermediate, A.  Davle.
Collection tit grain an the straw, A.
Davie.
Mlscelto noons.
Miscellaneous* ;      Messrs.     Kipp     and
Brandrith,  Judges���        ^^^^^
Currant   wlno.   Mlus   Mason,   1st.
Assortment of preserved fruit, Mrs.
Pro-swell,  Mrs. Gillanders.
Honey,   best exhibit  in comb,  Mrs
Glllanders,   S.  Morley.
Honey,  best  extracted.  T.   TS.  Ladner, 1st.
Fruit.
^^^^^|\V��n.cn*s Work.
Women's Work���
Fancy  n.tting,
TattinK, Miss .Mason, Mrs. Cresswell:
Ten-riffe, C.   McNeill.
Crochet lace  (cotton), Miss Weare,
C.   McNeill.
Knitted  lace, C. McNeill, Miss Ma-
S< .__
Infant's bonnet, crochet or lace, W
A. Kirkland, Miss lmrle.
Infant's jacket, Mrs. E. A. Bown,
Miss lmrle.
Best collection of any fancy artl-
ejes, W. A. Kirkland, Miss F. Frederick.
-imonilucry on linen or cloth, \v.
_.   Kirkland,  Miss F. Frederick.
Mount  Melllck   (any   article),   Mra.
I .annlng.
Eyelet embroidery, Miss F. Frederick,  W.  A.  Kirkland.
Shadow   embroldeiy,   MrB.     H.     L.
Wilson.
Centerpiece (handwoffc), Miss A.
Montgomery, Miss B\ FredlSTicTt.
Drawn work, Miss A. Monlsimicrj-,
Mrs.  II.   L.  Wilson.
Plain  sewiiiu,  Mrs. Lanning,    Mrs.
Cressvs ell.
Pillow   slVamsi   Mrs.  Frcrferlck.
'P,>a  cosy,     Mra.     Curtlett,     W.     A
Kirkland.
Sofa   pillv.v,   Miss   A.  Montgomery
\V.   A.   Kirkland.
Lady's handbag, Mrs. Lanning, W
. a. Kirkland. [---____________.
Pin   cushion,  W.   A.  Kirkland,  Miss j fe
is.  . rodi lick. I
KtKtvVtkt crochet or knit, Mrs. Bart-
I Ictt.
Counterpane, ti'sx-rK^t ar    hitlt,    C.
McNeitli.
��� Jullt, patchwork, Mrs. H. L. Wilson, Mrs. Mason.
guilt, log cabin, Mrs. Bedleston.
Socks, knit, men's, Mrs. Bedleston,
Mrs, Cresswell.
Socks,  darned,   Mrs. Lanning, Mrs.
S.   Morley.
lionised mats, Mrs. Glllanders.
Painting, In oil, Mrs. Bartlett.
Painting,   water  colors,  Mrs.  Bart
lctt.
Drawing,   crayon   or   pencil
TWO OBLIGING MEM.
Cash Wm tba V lei I in In n street tui
Pare TrkbulcUou.
It v'mh lu 11 Boston stroet cer.   When
tl.e car stopped nt a crossing, u Imi.v
get up nnd went to the door.   As slit
rose there was the cblnk of a coin ou
llic floor, but before It occurred to anj
one to stop her she was out of the car
miil across the'stroot  Two Indies who
hnd sat next to her looked with unx-
lous huUGCei'cuce ou the Hour.   Ou�� ot
lliem leaned slightly forward   lint said
nothing,    .lust us the conductor was
rooclilng for the bell rope a yours ^au
spied the coiu and dashed out ol! the
car.   Uo caught the lady who had left
Ihc car, handed her thc coin, run back,
caught the step of the car us tho motors begun to sing lu crescendo nud sat
down breathless. One of the two ladles
opposltd hlm leaned forward and said
coldly, "Voung nuiu, what did you do
with the nickel I dropped?"   The passengers tittered.    Au old  uian at the
other  end  of thc  car  turned  to  his
neighbor,   "That icnilmls ine," hu said,
"of something  that  happened  to  uiy
\vl!.'e years ago.
"It wns before thc days of conductors, when wo used to drop our nickels
iuto u slot, uud they run down u groove
lo the box behind the driver.
"My wife had started out with a little change and oue of those troublesome (Ive dollar goldpieces which used
to be more commonly ln circulation
than they are now. iler eyes wcre not
good, .s nd so she wns nervous nbout
1 her goldpiece und had It on her wlud
nil the way downtown.
"Wheu she took a car fcr home, she
not a friend and grew interested ln
conversation with her. She put her
coin lu the slot ubseutmlndedly. The
driver turned us It struck the box. You
remember the coin fell Into a glass
compartment flrst, uud then the driver
pushed a lever which sunt lt luto the
strong bos below.
"As my wife heard the click of the
lever she thought of her five dollar
goldpiece. She looked ln hot purse.
Sure enough, it was gone. She went
forward and s.xake to the driver. He
said he hadn't looked very carefully,
COLUMBIA!. COLLEGE
ST. ANDREW S PRESBYTERIAN
II
Services next Lord's Dav at
a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Sabbath School at 10 a m Midweek meeting on Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Rev. J. H. White, M..^,
DAl'TIST.
Sabbath services - Crescent t_-
land, 3 p.m.; Ladner. 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at 10:30 a. m.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at
8 p.m.
C. A. Crosbie, Inspector, paid an
official visit to the local, bunk, to
day.
Mrs. W. Abercrombie 'presented
her2husba._d  with ^another .young
Notice to Creditors.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Founded 1892 Incorporated 1893
Provides  a  Christian   Home for   Students of  both
sexes   .it   moderate   rates.    Has   a   preparatory   class   for
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 Education in its  Collegiate  Course, and  in  the Ladies' Course
'for .   E. L., aud M. L. A.     In Theology confers the degree of B.D.    In University work can take students through
the complete Arts Course for the   B.A. degree of Toronto
 ..^^^^^^^^^^ University, with whieh the College is iu full affiliation.    In
driver turned us it struck the box. You   Science teaches the  First Year of Toronto  School of Sci-
i-eiueniher the coin  fell  into a glass _,.,_,. . _
compartment flrst, uud then the driver  ence, and has a Special Engineering Course adapted to
 '"" " '"""" "���',",h B,,ntit lut0 tbe   Practical Engineering work in this Province.    In Music, a
complete  course  in theory,  voice  culture, and  piano and
organ, in  conjunction with the Toronto college of music.
Special instruction in art and elocution, while all students
.aid'he hadn't looked very carefully,   are required to take physical training with  all  the  priv-
I ut he thought there were ouly three   [\QRts Qf a weU equipped  gymnasium.
nickels ln the glass receptacle when he �� **       ���
pushed the lever. ^_H
"My wife insisted.   The driver said "~ 	
If she would ride to the end of the line
the cashier at the station would open
the hox. This meant a journey of two
miles beyond our street,'and my wife
was iu n'hurry.
"Au old gentleman who sat by the
door said he was going to thc end of
tlie line and offered to give her $4.5)5
cents and get the goldpiece at thc sta-
lion, My wife thanked him and took
the money. When she got home, she
fouud the five dollar goldpiece in the
lining of her purse.
"Next day I went to the station. The
c;irs__e��� o._i,i bu old gentleman had made
him open the box. There was uo 6oid
piece. Tbe old gentleman had left in
a rage, refusing to give his name. He
said he hnd beeu swindled and did not
want to be knowu for a fool.
"We advertised in the papers, but we
never heard from hhn."���Youth's Companion.
Iu  the  Estate oi William Goudy,
late ot Ladner, B.C., Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that all creditors and others having
j claims against the estate of William
Mis. | Goudy, late of Ladner, B.  C. de-
no w:ik engaged to be married, and I
every one knows how the engaged mr.r j
talks when he gets n friend corner'*'^
"She Is Uie loveliest and best girl that
���ver lived," he asserted.
"Sure?" Inquired the friend.
"Sure! Of course I'm sure. You don't
doubt It, do you?"
"Certainly   not,"  replied  the   friend
hastily, "only"-
"Only what?"
"Oh, 1 suppose it's all right, but I'd
tike to Introduce you to Dobley."
"Vtho's Dobley?"
"Oh, another friend of mine who
told ine yesterday that he was engaged
to tbe loveliest nnd best girl thnt ever
lived, and I'd like to have you two get
together and settle the matter."
If you average the 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 first cost is
tii�� only cost.   Easily applied by anyone.
ASBES'ioBiTDE is an A._boeto_ Sheathing and is the most economical, durable and easily applied siding known.
Attic for sBtnijicN and prices.
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j1<UWor_   done by  cWKtren   under   11
[ years of age: I(���WI1
1      out'.lnr  work,   M1h��  ���'���
Patchwork, Miss BJ. A_ Bown.
KitrcUil   Prliecs.
Best Jersey butt, pedigreed (aged).
Bt,s.   .eni'llng ����������     y.jwn,,,  by 0
W. BJmnree (baici.ij m
B.  Embree). Baleray,  L-
sucking   colt,   ��>   waicrajr.
ceased, who died at the City of Los
Angeles, California, on or about the
24th day of June, 1908, are required, on or   before  the   21st  day  of
September. 1908,  to  send   by post
or deliver to II. N. Rich and F. J.
Hutcherson at  Ladner, B. C, Executors   of   the   Will  of   the said
William  Goudy, their names, ad
dresses and full particulars of their
claims  duly verified, and  notice of
any securities held by them.
And FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that after said date the executors
will proceed to distribute the assets
H��.�����_��� Easily Made.
i couple of pretty ottoman Keats, wlileii
Way be mado appropriate for any room,
according to th* character of their cover- \
lng, are easily manufactured by gn.viof.  ,
off a small barrel or keg to about a foot 111 |
depth.    To the closed end four very short  1
springs are al.lied, which are then covered     ^^^
Md fastened with a circular pbre of mil        Jf   Jr-a,  _������_,
etoth, flrinly nslled to tho wooden rides        m   Sm If**
Which are also neatly covered with tho |   ���   mmmja
same kind of cloth.    After tbta thr seat
mar be upholstered a* desired. j
V
eita Times
Successor
QUONG LEE,
CHINESE    LAUNDRY
T. Uidner, A.
Ha\ inj. puubased the  above busi-
11 ues^, I am prepared to do first-class
Fruit; H. Kfpp. Ju��lK('-
Applei, C.ravenKtsTins,
Davle. ,.       E   x. Bown.
Apple*, Duel*"**. Mrs. a.
?�����&    Wealthy,    Ure.    M    ����� ,._,���	
Vest
%T��not fai dame. m. ^%J[7*el��**** ^ong the parties
1U Pert Brown I^horna and Buff,, ^ ^^  havill;s rcgard only
07!^^L^^mininK,,ats,;ot.edaims  ���, whici.   they shall Iaum,erine.
B. M*i-r- ,      hit0 oaU  .liver then   have  notice,   and   that   they  wort   oi   all   kinds
BM!   ,,;i:. ^th^tlme^'^ore  ^ not be liable for the said assets   Pot ten years
S^mim.   Property   of   exhibitor,   K. I   f ^ ^   thereoU to   anv person) ���������
nBand"'of  .nne  bred   horses, consist-1
^      successfully operated
a laundry in New Vork City.
job   Printing.
Apple* KinK. J- """".'' cVesswell,
Apples,   Baldwin,   H.   J.
j. Bone. T  ,,. ladner.
'   Apples, Northern Spy,. T. E.
Bert   eollection   w*nt,r   aw'    rt]io|.
,,ss than  ftv, v^"tieS' ^^all, T.
Bnrtlett   pen���,  B.   J- L,rh
F..   Ladner. _   R   j^d
Collection of pears, fa".  i�� "���
Pemberton
���er.
OoUecMdO   of  yenr-
winter.
year  old   and   foal
Paterson.   ^^^^^^^^^^^_
Bard of hOTMS, any breed. Pomnrr-
ton Fflim.
liest agricultural team shown; har-
I'.iss,   A.   D.   Paterson.
Rest colt on Rroumis under 3 years.
any class, A. D. Pnt. rson.
Pull, dairy breed. T. K. Ladner
T.   E-    thorby  Pros.
its old   1' or P61,80118 whose claims they shail
ton Farm,, not have received notice *of at  the
Su
, time of distribution,! 	
Dated at New Westminster, B.C.,
this   17th  day^ of   August,    A.D
1903.
McBRIDI.^t KENNEDY.
Solicitors for the Kxeeutor.
Your Patronge Earnestly:
Solicited,
[.ADNER
BO tw. r��>T? . ~i?..es, Tuesday; septembkr tt, ***8-
LOCAL NEWS.
Mn��, H. J. H,utcher^on ajid two j
daughters spent  SuncJ.'Jy  in Van
couver.
Haley Wilson is the proud possessor of twin daughters who ar-
^������d hut week.
"    .     ��� _���
The Ladies" Guild of All sSaints'
-lieet at Mrs. Allen's, Port Guichon,
Thursday neat, at 2:30 p.m.
Upwards of half a dozen visitors
firim New Westminster patronized
our Exhibition on Saturday last.
Serais, Rttmrion!
A m .etinu to select delegates to
the Lib . al Convention al \V< st-
mintter. on the 30th inst,, will e.
held in Oddtellow_! H,tll, Ladner,
on Saturday evening, 26th [inst., at
H o'clock p.m.
All Liberals and others supporting the Laurier. Government invited to attend.
God Save the King.
J. A. Paterson spent Monday in
the Terminal City, iu. connection
With matters pertaining to the Deltas V. V. & K. R. case.
Mrs. Hamilton, of Vancouver,
returned home, Friday, from a two
weeks'- visit to her. parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Hearle, at Boundary
Bay,
Word was receivpd last week, of
the death at Exeter,   England,   of
Mrs. Manley, mother  ot the   Manager of the Delta Times, at tlie age; as   above   amounting   to.   *,S.i2^
of 79 years:
Police Court,
C)n Thursday last, three charges
fot non-payment of wages were enter.-.I against Wm. Holmes. According to the evidence C. Jensen
claimed $14.62,'-_ being thirty-two
and one-half hours at-45c per hour.
for threshing, while defendant stated that complainant worked 4^
hours filling sacks which was worth
only 2,.c 1 er hour. Tudg'rtent for
plaintiff lor $13.62 with costs.
D. Keith and W. Brown also entered complaints  for  non-payment
Mr.. John-. MaKenzie; relumed
bome. Wednesday, trom ajiip up
aa far as Cu__. erLimi, aud was rc-
companied on, her return by Miss
Baoth, of Victoria.
each and in each case complaint
was made that defendant endeavored to charge them 25c per meal
while thc machine was idle. The
Magistrate entered judgment for
amount in full with costs.
John Connor and Dan Kenny,
bar tenders at Delta Hotel, wert
artaigned in the Police Court, yester ny evening, 'h fore J. B. Burr,
P.M., on the charges of aggravated
as-smlt upou one Alexander Mc-
Ket zie.
I'   appeared  from the   evidence
  'that   McKenzie,   wh<>  was  drunk,
I had   been   somewhat   troublesome
F. Shute, Assistant fotspeeto. for, during   Satnidayv  la-t,   and,, after
A C.,   paid an, official visit to the'having been refused' drink, he  got
local branch of til*   Roval Hank ofj into .1 niixtip with the bar  tenders,
Harvest Festival services will be
held in the Methodist Church on
Sutdty next, when Rev. Mr.
Westraan, of \ .11 cquv.-, Jwill
preach both mornin.  aud e.enin. .
Cnnia, last week, aud expressed
h't-WT-lf as well pVasecl with 'the
Delta.
Atnsng the-visitors  to  Victotia
���Fmim^tmhty  loft;, t'lte    nT__mm.iT    tv. r. >
Mr.and Mr. ,S. Morro-.v, Mr. and
Mr-.. W. Rj Elds, Miss Morley,
Miss Cherry, J. Gilcbtist, D Price,
Eldon Brodie, H. Hadden and A,
ft Parmiter.
Delta was visited, last week, by
about seventeen Scotch agricultures, accompanied by R. M. Palmer, .Deputy. Minister, of Agriculture; Maxwell Sn .ith. Fruit Inspector. Capt. Stewart, Rev. Elliott
Rowe,. T. J; Trapp, A. E. White
wad J. B. Jardine. The party took
���.hasty spin through the district in
autos.
For Sale.,
Purebred Oxtord Downs lor sale,
aJso TftuwMth rij;s,o_ both sexes.
Apply to
A.   DAVIE.
Strayed.
Onto my property, on Friday,
Sept. nth, a; black Sow. G.v.iir
may have saww ou preying property
and paying expenses.
F.' V. GUICHON.
emer ing from the melee with ���
black eye, a bruise, upon the- right
tetaple and a badly, chewed finger,
after which be Was-dtposited outside
the door where he was discovered
bjy tbe Constable .1.. R TT.,,aiord,
wiio took him to Dr. King, and
hi 1 his wounds dress-.'d. The
D >ctor testifying to his drunken
Condition and th condition at d
na ure ot the wounds..
After hearing all the evidence,,
which was. rather lengthy, the
Miigistrate decided that, according
to the evidence, he could do. nothing less than to send Connor up for
trial at the next court of competent
jurisdiction, while the charge
against Kenny was-changed to that
o' common assault and a fine ot
$20.. and costs imposed. Kenny
said he would appeal the case.
Connor was allowed out on bail,
$5 ) in his own r-iogn /.ance and
one surety of $50,-for his appearance
this morning.
Lost.
On Thurday, Sept 3rd, a.Holstein
Cow iu full milk. Finder kindly
notify
THIS OFFICE.
Wauled,
Mother's  help,   aged   about   16.
Apply
MRS. S: W. FISHER,
Ladner, B.C.
When You Require
ffiurnituro,. Carpets* Linoleum; Window
Shade* oe Any ^tjcle of Furniture- or
Household Furniskings- t% visit to LJjZJjJ'S
S^ORE will convince you. that thei-e. is, tihe
RIGHT PLACE TO EKJY/..
X!sit&r3 Welcome.
tEfS FURNITURE
J3|W WESTMINSTER,
Guaranteed  upon   absolute!}   safe  security���first
raortga ibstantial ^citgr properties  Seven and
Eight Per Crnt. Guarantee:), tree of all charges,
uponsttms ranging from Five Hundred Dollars up.
White, Shiles <fr <��.
New Westminster, B.C.
Agencies Represented���
Ifnrtlord Tin- insurance Co, luauranc. Cu, ot North Atnei-Cit
Pboeniz Imurane�� Co. ot Brooklyn    The Ocean  Accident _ Guarantee Corpora-
ContMOtlcul Fire Tfliuranee Co, tion, Ltd., of London, Knr.
Imperial Trust Co.. t,td.  Vancouver. B.Cs
The Host Nutritious Bread
id made from
Royal Standard Flour
m ������ -���
All the gluten of the wheat, is retained in the
milling of ROYAJL STANDARD, making it an
economicaljflour to buy, as you g9t a large yield
of bread for the amount of flour used. We have
repeatedly been told that the bread made frcm
ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR has a flavor and
taste superior to any other.
Ask your grocer for it,, and insist on having ROYAL STANDARD..
Sold by W. H. SMITH.
lt_A_.UFACr_.RED   BY
Vaiicoover Milling I Oram Co., Ltd.,
VANCOUVER B. C.
The Days Are
Getting Shorter!
Is Your Lighting System in good order ?
Now is the time to order your new fixtures.
We are Agents for the] Largest.fElectric
House in, Vancouver and can do yourjj work
right aud at reasonable prices.
Wv Are in th0 Market :
For All Kinds of Produce.    See us before
going further.
How About a Gasoline Engine
For wood sawing,, chopping, pumping, &c.
FAIRBANKS-MORSE!   ENGINES   are   at
the head of the list..
E. T. rALVERT,
.LA.QN.ER,  B.C.
GENERAL
SEALER
b. a!,
Wm Beg Leave
To notify the people of Ladner a��d sur,
rounding district that we are now in a
position to ofter Vancouver Island
Portland Cement
At greatly reduced prices, making it po*
siblo for partie3 who contemplate building
to put in concrete foundations at about the
same cost aa piling or other inferior
material.
Write far Prices.
ILLEY BROS.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B. C,
SILVERWARE,
Gut Glass,
WatGheS and
All Kinds of Jewellery,
New Stock.
Call and See Them
Jl. Clausen,
LADNER,   B.  C.
DURABILITY
is one of the many acfmirable.(jital
ities tbat you can cou��t ou if yuu
purc'iase all your
Har<to39 and
Horso Goods
of m. Our.'stock is. large, the ma
terial. Gne, the style- aud construe
tion of each article is thorough'^'
good.
B. C. Leather Co., Ltd.
112 Hasting. .Street. Vancouver, B. C.
'state of
1��*   1.   McBRIDE,
General Merchant.
Phone 5r   -   Port Guichon rlP'I A/%
rd^..<. U&islal
^r^mm-- -Ad
(T-ftM.r^mr
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n/
Vol. 6, No. A.
L-..'NEt., B. C. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 22, 1908.
f?4AfH OPENING I
New Fall Goods
Ladies* Wear-
New Skirts in all the New Cloths, Styles,  etc.,  in  colors, black,
brown, navy, garnet, at $3.50 to $9.
20th MwmI Exhibition Great Success    The Market.
Waists-
Lovely Evening Waists, in Cream Wool T&ffeta, Cream Sil's,
Shallies,, eta�� with fine lace trimmings, from $2 to $7.
Underskirts-
Pine Sateen Underskirts, special at $1.50.
Fine Sateen Underskirts, with dust frill, etc., special $1.75.
Fine Satean Underskirts, in browa and navy, special 9>_J.
Fine Watered Moreen Underskirts, spt.ciai at $2.50.
7ool
Delta Agricultural Society is to be Congratulated
Upon the Result of Their Efforts.
culi, T.  10. Ladner,  Sutherby
aged, Sutherby Bros., T,   _.
Underwear-
complete stock Ladies' and Children's
and heavy weighty
Flannelettes*
Underwear, in light,  oediuii,
Large'range" of plain and fancy striped Bngl'sh double wro Flannelette at 1216c. 15c, 20c and 25c a yard'
NEW HOSIERY, NEW C.LOVE3, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
JERSEYS, Etc.
Men's Department-
NOBBY FALL SUITS, OVERCATS, RAINCOATS, HARD and
SOFT HATS in all tbe new blacks.
LADNER, Sept, 111���To-Uuy Ladner
is  the nieceu  ul' stockmen  from  the
���surrounding   district,   nnd   some  have
even oome from  rcmoto parts of the
province and from the prairies as far
east aa Winnipeg, for the stock brisd
and raised on tho rich fodder of tho
Fraser river    delta    nre famod alar,
���'or days the farmers havo boen preparing for the Delta fair and nil day
yesterday the cattle and other exhibits wer��� arriving until few Indeod of
iho   classes   remained   unrepresented
and mon of them wore well filled. So
he   fair   was   a   success,  indeed  was
.ar  ahead  of  any   previous  eevnt  of
lie same nature held hore for many
years,  and all  connected with  it feel
tahl they have done something to be
proud  of In  gathering together  such
a fine collection of the country's product..    The weather was not all that
it might havo boon, occasional show-
���rs falling,  tho  only result being    to
send  tho  ladies  Indoors to tho lunch
Tables,   whllo   too   light   to   Interfere
,1th  the  exhibition.    The  Dolta  fair
ia at present es-ontlally a stock pro-
due . exhibition, strictly for the agrl-
'uli.ui._l and offers little attraction to
ho city man, bo Thnt iiv crowd whloh
(tends   is   io.  .'ts   large  as   at   other
"i: 3 where a program    of    .ports L-
i.   The Delta Agricultural so-
ei<:.r has    Hoe    grounds   and a race
Ira: '.: jtqual to or better than any    in
hi     rnvin'o, a fact freely commented
>n l y visitors to-day, many of whom
expressed the opinion that race sports
added it would be the best of all the
'���Mi.'itry   fairs   In  tho     province,  and
��� hi.- view Is endorsed by many Dolta
reajdotits.    It is understood that tho
���society will take this matter Into consideration at thoir next annual meet-
tw
."������UTS
old,     Sutherby
old.    Sutherli
E,  Ladner,  Sutherby
A. Davle.
B. Ladner,
Ladner,
Stanfield's Underwear-
We carry a complete stock of this High Grade Underwea'
the different weights, in Wool and Silk and Wool.
'n all
Shoe Department-
We carry nothing but High Grade Shoes, from the BEST Canadian
and American Manufacturers,
{.rami Stock.
The stock exhibit was tho feature
��� f the exhibition and it ls safe to say
That only on rare occasions is such a
iplen'dld collection of thoroughbreds
���.fathered together in British Columbia. Ono of tho judges, a sto.k-raiso.
from Brandon, was heard to express
his admiration, declaring that the
horses and the cattle wore euual lo
oT.j-iHLsir iio had &een In tho great
ranching districts of tne prftn.-_>.
\or were tho animals few in number.
Every stall was [llled and almost every class had several entries, giving
the judge, ri busy time to decide the
winners. A very close contest for the
institute prize for the best bin 1 of
horses puzzled the judges for Some
limo, Two bands were entered, n.
the Pomberton Farm and A. IV. Paterson respectively. The former were
in greater number and were all flue
animals, but hoise for horso could
not colnparo with the smaller band.
it was formd, however, that the latter had Included loai.ed Block and ou
this account was set back lo second
nlace.    The sheep,  swine and  poultry
lasses were all  we'd filled.
Vegetable Display,
ln   the   Interior   of   the   exhibition I
Bull,
Pros.
Cow,
Ladnei
Ibd.
Hros.
Hi Iter, on"
Bros,, A. Dav:
Hotter, calf, 1
Bros.
Graded Stock���
Cow, aged, T. E, Ladner
Heifer, two years old, T
1st and  2nd.
Hi ifer,  one year old, T.
1st  atid   2nd.
Heifer, calf, T. 1_. Ladner, 1st and
ind.
Fat cow or sieer not exhibited in
any othor class, A. D. Paterson.
Dairy Stock���
Herd, ii dairy cows, Sutherby Bros.,
T. E. Ladner, A. Davie.
.Sweepstakes for best beef cow on
grounds, A. D. Paterson.
Sweepstakes for best dairy oow or.
grounds, Sutherby Bros.
Horse.*.
Horses;   J.  G.  Barron,
Judges:
Span   draught   horses,   mares
gelding, A. Davie, T. Ladnor.
Span agricultural horses, mares ot
uvlJlng., A. D. Paterson, Pemberton
_"arm.
Span buggy horses, mares or geldings, R, McKee, \V. J. Frederick.
Saddle horses, mares or geldings.
A. D. Paterson, A. Davie.
Buggy horses, J. A. Montgomery.
Fisher Bros.
Clyd.sdalo   with   pedigree���
Brood mare, with foal at foot, A.
D. Paterson, Pemberton Farm.
sucking colt, A. D. Paterson, E. K.
Browne.
Three-year-��ld gelding or filly, A
D.   Paterson.
Two-year-old gelding Or filly, A.
Davie.
Yearling, gelding or filly, A. D. Pat-
���rson,  1st and 2nd.
Heavy Draught-���
Brood mare, with foa! at foot
Fisher   Brus.,   Pemberton   Farm.
F.   M.   Logan.
Ol
Sucking    colt.     Pemberton
1 .sher   Bros.
Ti.roo-ve.ir-old  goldlng or filly,   G.
B.   Embreo.
Two-year-old   gelding or  filly.     C.
Kettles, E. S. Browne.
Vein ling, goldlng or filly, A. D. Paterson, 1st and 2nd.
_Ki._u!tui-al���
Brood mare, with foal at foot, Mr"
Cdianneiss,   ,i.   rruiT.
Sucking colt, W, A. Kirkland, Mr:
Oillandors.
Three-year-old  gelding or
D.  Paterson, Sutherby Bros.
Two-year-old   gelding   or   filly
Davis,   T.   I..   Ladner.
Tear! ing,  gedlng  or  fily,   C.   Davis,
H. Everett.
Roadsters���
Brood   mare,  with  foal  at  foot.   E
s. Browne, stokes ti Cullis.
New Westminster, ,Se]>t. 19.���
The weekly market .was well a_-
tenied, yesterday, and tliere was
good business done in the sale ot
produce, etc. Naturally at this
time of year fruit occupies a large
share of attention, but dairy and
poultry produce was well representee!, lircls reaching the market
in increasing quantities.
The new market offices at the
far end 1 f tbe building were
brought into use for the first market day, having been in occupation
by the staST since Monday. It is
m ire convenient to the stall holders,
aid gives the clerk greater privacy
a'id iio'e commodious quarters.
The provision ofa public telephone
is a great convenience. Waiting
rooms lor both sexes are provided.
There was a good supply of meat
and fish. The quantity ot beef was
larger than for the past summer
months, while all mutton and lamb
sold readily. Veal was not so
plentiful, and there was a good de��
mand lor medium stock. Pork is
increasing in supply and the de��
maud holds jooJ. There was a
fair supply of fish, salmon especially since the removal of the three
wee'.s close season.
The price ol eggs remains high,
all offerings selling readily at 35 to
37 cents a doz.n wholesale. Butter
continues for best qualities at 40
I cents, with five cents reduction tor
p >orer offerings. The supply of
1 fowls was satisfactory, and the
I sales negotiated were eucouraging.
filly,  A
C
[ICCall Patterns       The Store of Quality and Quantity      f|C(;a|| Patterns
Marshall Smith & Co., Ltd
Sucking colt,  E. S. Browne,  stoke
building   was   displayed   a  collection   & Cullis.
if vegetables that for size and qual-1     Two-year-old gelding or  filly,    W
ty  would do credit to California. Ini- ! ..mlllle,  A.  Davle.
rionse   pumpkins   and   squash   faced |      Yearling,  gelding    or    fi'.ly,  Flshe
(lie  visitor,  as  ho entered  the  build-1 Bros., E, S. Browne,
ing, and each Tide;, revealed now won- 1 sheep
ers   of   growth;      potatoes,     carrots . ' ^ ,p   Bmn
mangolds  and   ��t>1^/����ts.,dwaj"n^ j  G. Barron, Judge-
table   of   the   stores '
Another great treat.
On Monday evening next, the
peop'e of Delta will be given another opportnuily of hearing the
world-famous speaker. Miss Mur-
ttBtt, when this talented lady will
give a lectuie entitled "A White
Canada vs. The Yellow Peril." A
short programme will abo be rendered.
The al ove lecture will be giren
���nder the auspices of tl e Ladies"
Aid of tbe Methodist Cfcvtrch, with
lie*. J. F. Bett_ in the chair. Ad
mission", adults a.sc and children
10c.
Mi-. G. T. Baker and daughter,
leave to-morrow, on a visit to Vic
toria, where they will take in the
Fair.
KAkLY  CLOSING. j
Commencing Monday, October ]
5th, Mat-hall Smith & Co., Ltd., '
will close their store at 6-30 p.m.!
every evening during the months
of Octol er and November, excepting Saturday nights when the store
will close al 9 p.m.
lUSNOIl.V IlOIill-VI'.
I'm. ordinary
Into a diminutive Imitation. The
���".olta is an ideal grain producing
country and tho .samples shown of
oats and wheat could not possibly fall
far short of the world's best. The
oats that took the first weighed not
leas than fifty pounds to the bushel.
und were unmnrred by blemish of
a iy kind. Flowers In gr at profusion
ind variety al" t stifled to th ��� pro-
luctlveness of I!ut rich alluvial soil.
Fruit is not ns much grown hore as
further Inland, and in consequence
���lie exhibit was BmallPr, although of
.celenl qualUy. Ladles and children's work was well represented.
in the hall above the LadlSs' Outld I
of All Siiml.-i Trennant Churoh of
Ungland served lunch, refreshments j
and candies lo all who chosa to partake of their hospitality. The ladies
who looked after the inner man'were:
Mesdames W. .1. Frederick, W. H. Sid-
Aged ram, A. Davie, 1st and 2nd.
Shearling ram, A. Davle, L. Embree
Ram lamb, A. Davie, 1st and 2nd.
Pair aged ewes,  A.  Davle,   1st and
2nd.
Pair yearling  ewes,  J.   Richardson. ]
Farm, j ^ larpe supply of chickens met a
ready sale. Demand was equally
good for broilers. Th: call is improving for ducks, and prices hard.,
ened.
Fruit and vegetables  continue to
Mrs. I form a leading feature.    The larger
fl ult. uL-up-j. iho   t.:clhi   prtttcipmlly���
at the present time.
Of apples there was a fair supply,
and sales'were easily made. The
c ill for pears was limited, but the
supply is improving. Plums met a
steady demand for firm fruit, but
the supply is shorteniig with the
alvanceof the season. All kinds
of vegetables readily sold. Sales
were still slow for potatoes, averaging only #14 a ton.
The following are the prices that
ruled during the day: '
Beef, hindquarters, 9c to 9#e
per lb; forequarlers, 6c to 6i��c.
Mutton, 12c to 13c per lb.
Lamb, 13c to 14c per lb.
Veal, medium,   nc to 12c per lb;
E.  Ladner,   1st
Ladner. I
A.
The attention of all Liberals aid others supporting
Laurier Government is called to
advt. 1"' the fourth page annonn-
iiig a meeting to be held in Oddfellows* Hall, on Saturday evening
next at 8 o'clock, for the purpose
of electing delegates to attend the
convention to be held in New Westminster on the 3,0th inst.
KEN'OKA, (int., Sept. 21.���Saturday night a hold-up occurred at Ver.
million   Bay,   when N.   Scheinman,   a
merchant, was  robbed to  the  eaptent I dVll   W   L   McBride,  J,   Richardson, I
of }21il.     While one of the deapera- ' g, x.  Rich,  E.  R.   I'artl. tt.  J. Allen. |
does held  Mr.   Scheinman  up   with a'   k. de U. Taylor nnd Mi_   >.
revolver, the other    man    rifled    the |
flash  register.     Thc   men then   made
their escape after firing two shots al
a groui> of townspeople. '"' had at
once responded to the alarm given b
Mr. Scheinman and started in pu' -
suit. The police suspect tl-n' the two
the i men responsible for the hold-up are
the same who committed the series ol
burglaries recently In Winnipeg
Miss
Prize   List.
Pure   Bred   Cattle���Durh.
Greeriway, Judge:
Bull, aged, A. D, I'att r
I 2nd.
Pull,  one year old,   \- 1
Tin
-t.
Bull,
d.
���calf.  A.   D.  Paterson
Cow, aged,  s., r
-������ol.
Heifer, two ye:v
son, 1st and 2nd.
���     Heifer,  one yea
I ron.   1st and 2nd.
Heifer calf, A. D. Paterson
Paterson, 1st and |
old, A. D. Pater- |
old,  A.  D.  Pater-
TIMOTHY & CLOVER SEEDSr,na
^Brackman-Ker    MiJlin      Co,     g^ T
Ltd.,   H.   N     KICH,    Ladner,      feo.s.elns���
I     Bull,  one
B.C,  Ageut, A, Davle,
B. Ladner.
vear old, Sutherby Prop
A. Davie.
Pair ewe lambs, J, Richardson, A. j
Dayle.
Grade;  Short Wool���
Pair aged  ewes,  1
snd   2nd.
Pair shearling ewes, T. 1
1st nnd  2nd.
Pair ewe lambs, J. Richardson
Davie,
Grade; Long Wool���
Pair aged elVOS, .!.  Richardson.
Pair shearlins ewes, J. Richardson.
Pair owe lambs, J. Richardson,
Swine.
Swine;   Any    Dacon    Breed;    1 .  W
Gvaenway, Judge���
Boar, aged, A. Davie, T. ]���_. Ladner
Urood  sow In farrow,  or that hat |
I been sn within six months, T. E, Lad'
; ner, A. Davie. !
I     Boar,  under  three  months.   A.   Da-
1 vie,  lsl  and  Snd.
Sow,  under six months, T.  E. Lad- j
I th r.  1st and 2nd.
',      Best litter pigs under throe months j
' A. Davie.
Poultry,
Poultry;  A. O'Connor, Judge���
''e:r    turkeys,   Mrs. Glllanders, W;
Heaton.
Gander and  goose,  Mrs.  Gillanders. '
E. s. Browne.
Pair Rouen clucks,  E, S. Prowne.
Pair Pekin ducks, T. _. Ladner, W,
1st and    Heaton.
fair   brown  Leghorns,   Mrs.   Bartlett. 1st.
Pair Barred Rocks, W. Heaton,   Is
large, Sc to 9c.
Pork, 8c to 8����c per lb.
Eggs, wholesale, 35c to 37c per
d >/.; retail, 40c.
Butter, 35c to 40c per lb.
Fowls, 1*7.50 to $8.00 per doz;
chickens, <5.oo to $6.50 per doz.
Broilers, $,'.50 to $4. so per doz..
Ducks, $7 10 $$ a doz.
Potatoes, ��14 per ton.
Appjes, 90c to $1.10 a box.
Pears, 75c ner box.
Plums, 40c per crate.
w.
n
1st and
DARING HOLD-TIP.
Paterson,
,  1st  and
(Continued -on  Third Page.)
BUFFALO, X.Y.. -������'��( 21.���T��v
men with iheir faces covered with
handkerchiefs entered the Le.nnox
hotel early today am. with revolvers
forced Cfer.l Geo. J. Rnitth and tele-
lihono oijerator Doyle to leave their
positions an dt.hen mn.\.hed them Into the ha. .mi .nl -where they locked
then; in a small room. Returning te
lhe olflce the two _u_>n be_?an search
for valuables. They secured only
about $130 in cash, but had succe.__-
ed In Opening iho safe   when    Smith
and Doyle, who had su.-oeeded in lit.
crating themselves,   raised  an  alarm
���Td   Iho   ho-ld-up   iTKTi  (led  and  hHVW
1, . been caipturfd. THE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY. SEPTESfBEI. __, tgoS.
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���bfeaeqivemt Insertion.    The   number   ot   lines
���tckoaed to the apnee occupied, uUtiesto tlie
1Kb.
��_��-_ tor Commercial At)vcTtl_.iunta can bc
ly_<- oa application at thla office.
fceadiag notice! i����s��U per,Hue (ar eacb in-
���prtiau.
W^tt. aad Death notice*.30c., Masriageati.oo.
Any apecUl notices the object ol which is to
aromote the pecuniary benefit of any individuHl
*t company, to be considered an .<_vortis_int_ii
aad cbar.ed accordingly.
All adreTtleemeatlL charged lor. antll ordered
ul and paid for.
Carre��poudence invited oa, mailers.ol,public
tatcreat. Com��iuuicaUoua.sp editor must, be accompanied hy name of., writer, not necessurity
fer publication, but aa evidence of. good fti ith.
Correspondence must reach this oflice hy Thurs-
���ay evading.
Qsq. R. MANi.ay.
Manager.
TUK8DAY. SUJPTRMBHR   22,    IQ08.
Considerable complaint is heard
sjbout the absenc. of the light at
corner of Oddfellows! block. Another lamp Is baslly needed' at Dr.
^. oodley's corner.
H. N.  Rich leaves, to-morrow,
U_.tak_.-in the Victoria Fair.
Mr.. T. W; Foster, accompanied
by her son and daughter, went over
'ee tbe Terminal City, this morning.
Messrs. Jos. Harris, X. Husband,
Hred Land:and Koy Page left, on
Saturday last, on an extended visit
tp friends ia.the Easts
SRIiL THOXK DEBEVTOBBS..
w.xxir rcs, sat*, *..���t_i�� _r��_i-
tttba B*vernirr.ei��t ha3 di. posed ot
l845/()90.'> telephone, dobM-tures. In
Mtk_.tre_.iland Xew York:at 98. Tills
fai. cc>tts*l__'rt*_1 a ^9 od p.rioa art tills
����.*._
DEAT III... iWKTXT.R..
ioNE KING.  ON... _���" ....... Os\i.
EMPIRE,
I The following is an. extract fisoin
I a letter published in the Columbian
j ^ coming from a.Nova Scotian:
It does not require- Ion 3 disssert-
ations to prove what flag we should
U.e. The matter is so simple
fcdat even a iool] might understand it. More than a century
ago John Bull wrested from his
enemies most- of the provinces now
called Qanada and raised in all ol
them the Union Jack, as the sign
of his ownership and sovereignty.
Xhe country then became a. British
possession, and: it has remained
one ever since; and. now the people
ot Canada hava no right to substitute another flag for the Union
Jack, the symbol of British suprera
ac>���than one member of a great
conmercial company has to tear
down, the signs that are above the
door of its warehouses and offices
and put his own name there. To
put the matter in a nutshell:
Canada belongs to Great Britain
by right of. conquest, and. neither
school trustees nor any other persons have a right to. change its
flag without the authority ot the
British government. Disguise it
as we mav, the dominant element
in the idea of having another flag
it-secession;or separation from the.
empire and national iniiept ndence..
T.he people to tbe south ot us perceive this,.and they read with com--
placency tbe illogical rant and treasonable language that appear in-
letters, sent to newspapers by secessionists, "Canada First" men,and
other ill-disguised traitors. These
'Americans, however, were not so
child-like and bland when some ot
their own fellow-citizens tried to
h. ve two flags; for more than a
million of them rushed to arms and
fought in bloody strife until the
Stars and Stripes.waved on all public buildings in a united republic,
and the flag that rose at first so
proudly on Fort Surupter diseapear-
ed never to be seen again.
a
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i
fcONDON, Ont.. S. pt-.. i-9._t>orcT
Oatt��eji, ot Tiwront ...wh-e ..sintered aa
a. rnerettent' and' tMal&r in bankrupt
���kveltfi, was arrested last evening on
the aharge of m.-approprlaUng. $780,
preferred fiigtilnsl him Uy (__>o.ge<.H<>__l
ol_n of Toronto. Head claims that
thuy were E0>rtn<j_n fn dlsnasane; of
t*_nk.rupl stock?. At Ittptfcy a stock
realized U__ which] nhotiUI Have
tteon d_*_����d! t*__v��_>Ti tho two, but
Wead charges that Between made
��fw��y. with the whole proceed*
Hinuue.v>'E SWEPT..
Nl_W TOIUC Sept. -1.���Tho Bteam-
���Irtp Ban Juan, ichloh arrived ysater-
day from Ponce, followed the trail of
the hurricane all tho way op. the
coast. J.iat hefore she left -pn*��a Qn
the }">Ui .one of the officers said.last
nJghl, a vrtreleas m��_tsg.e wwi rocolv.
oil BtylnKthat ninety persona-in M*t-
thewtown Qa��� had lost thoir llvoa ln
the hurrieano there. That. Li- nearly
one half ot the population of the la-
laud whloU la nearly all. negroes.
st. i>B_rjgi.sfit__0, saHi. si.���san*.
ef*l or tUo tk. Patersttung sapors priat
_ ruport. tlutt, J.oha VV.. RJddoll, the
American untaxtqjlor to Russia Is
about to retire   _ki.   aeeounk   of   hit
_SN_HJl.
When'yooi wish ta buy visiting
otrds call on tlie Delta Times who
will sellit-ie Best money oan> buy
If you need tUeni* printed, why. you
ye money inipivket by. calling on
t^xe Delta. __ime8ifi_8t_
SO. TESRW
. _c Marks.
Designs
Coior msHTB Ac,
�� _fa____an4 <�� ejcrlyrtlmi m��T
,r_ir opinion ffB_._iet_.. aa.
- r*tmt,taftie. eommunloe.-
���tj H��NOBMrou__eiitif
:t thr BorurioK ��_wm...
luott- Muun.SlSia. reo��lT��.
Ti-uckine and Draying.    Livery Work of
All Kinds Attended to Promptly-
All Kinds o_ Firewood Always On Hand.
J. H. rnrii__nw wone^o. udneb, B.c.
PROVINCIAL
pXHlB.TION
VICTORIA, B.C.
Shoes for Everybody
Some Shoes looli well aiid wear  badly, others look badly
and wear well,.
Ours look well, feel well and wear well,
We nob only aim nt  having the latest styles, but honest
goods as well.
We have All Sizes and Widths and can Fit Any
Foot Accurately and for very Little Money.
It wont do any harm to start dealing here..
JNO. REAGH,   LADNER, B. C.
British Columbia's Premier fair
September 22-3-4-5 12a.
Everything New, Modern and Up to the Minute
New Grounds,  New E. inklings,  New Attractions
Horse Show Every Evening
Cash Tombola Prizes Every Day
FOUR DAYS GRERT HORSE RACING
Trotting,  Pacing, Running,
Steeplechasing .	
Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done.
���#e Bdte Saw il
 7	
Are Prepared to ....
Furnish All Kinds of
ROUGH   &   DRESSED   LUMBER
At LOWEST PRICES. Also
Shingles, Doors, Sash and
llou^c   Finish   of  All  Descriptions,
The S.S..Sonoma leaves Ladner
al 3;___ a.m. and 3:30 p.m.: return-
ing,.leaves Steveston at 9:30 a.m.
and 4:3.. .p.m..
DELTA STOCK YARD
LADNER.
Ihe4tH Annual fall Sale
Will be-held in the
above Yard on . .. .
Wednesday^ October 21 ���
1908.
Early  Entries  Solicited.
H.. N. RICH, Auctioneer..
Me..
 -_*__Ts _n_itdi.
MUntlfle -Joo-mili   Term, for
 pmvKkL.  Sold if
391.tts_My*   ^^
lc��.'& F Pt. W��s_l_llQ_'.l5.T
Per S.S.. "FAVORITE"
Carrying freight and passengers
tn all points, between New West-
minstsr and Westham Islands
Leav.es Braokman & Ker's wharf
daily ab 3. p.m., except Saturdays at
1 p.m. Additional t. ip> 011 Mondays leaving at jaro
Returning leaves- Westham Island 7;a.m. uaily except Fridays at
6 a.nt,. Additional trip on Saturdays leaves Lndner at' 5:30.p.m.
Calft at Steveston Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays only..
The Launch J.. C.. BRUCE will
leave Ladner for New Westminster
at 8 _.m., on and afteft Tuesday,
Sept. 8th, returning leave*. New
Westminster a* 5 p.m. each day.
carrying passengers only.
Tickets good until used, on either
S.S. Favorite or Launch Bruce.
J. C. BRUCE.
The
BEST  Water   Tanks  Are
Made at This Mill*
EXCURSION RATES FROM EVERYWHERE
For Prize Lists or Information
Address J. E. SMART, Manager
111 ��� i m --
Incorporated 1869.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED,
CAPITAL PAID-UP,
RESERVE FUND,
$4,000,000
$3,900,000
$4,390,000
Total Assets Over Forty-Five Millions.
Accounts of Qut-of-Town Customers Given Special
Attention.
BANK BY  MAIL.
Savings department.
Accounts may be opened witli deposits of ONE DOLL. AR
and  Upwards.     Interest paid, or credited,  quarterly on  31st  March, 30th June, 30th
September,   ^ist   December.
K. D. SIMPSON, Manager,  LADNER. B.  C.
1 MU UB It ill 1
I        ���i
f ... HENLEY
Y
A NEW WESTMINSTER, :-: B. C. ���.
���V Manufhctuveis of all kinds oi ���%
��� Soda Water, Ginger 4.
.1 Ale and Summer .���.
X Drinks. j,
t       Your patronage solicttea      \
Acclimatized Stock.
Seeds
Trees
Plants
For the
Farm, Garden,, Lawn or
Conservatory.
Reliable Varieties at Reasonahlr
Prices. No Borers. No Scale.
No fumigation to damage stock.
No windy agents to annoy vou
Buy direct and get Trees and Seeds
that Grow.
Fertilizers, Bee. Supplies^ Spray
Pumps, Spraying Material,. Cut
Flowers, etc. Oldest established
nursery on  the mainland' oi  B. C
Catalogue free.
M.J.HENRY'S Murserics,
Greenhouses and cesdhouses
VANCOUVER,   -   B. C.
R. DeR. TAYLOU,
G. KELSON TH0BPE,
Veterinary Surgeons.
All   Calls	
Promptly Attended to
Phone 35 Staint-.< Block
Ladner,  B.C.
DELTA HOTEL
R. D. McKenzie, Prop.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL  LAND STTRVETOR
Room r.... _r<1 nioc_t.New Wtirtm.nst-T.
Newly Furnished Throughout, and
First-Class in Eivery Detail.
Rates on Application
LADNER.
BC.
B.   H.   WEARE
bess to rnnounce that he re-open��d
his Mandolin and Violin Classes
in Waddell's Hall, over Gilford's
barber shop, on Thursday, Sept.
17th.
For further particulars apply to
above.
Mandolins, Strings, Etc.,
Supplied at City Pricea.
Onr Entire Stock of
Ladies' and Chltdrens'
Ready-to-Wear Goods
and Fanoy Goods
All New and Up-to-Date Stock, to Clear at Cost and
Below.
THE WHITE HOUSE,
A. J. BIRTCH,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C THE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY,
;,____ _2, ic,;S.
(.Continued trom  First  Page.)
and  2nd.
Pair Bljck Orpln_(tan9, W, Hcatcjn,
E. T. Calvert.
Pair   Buff  Orpiptons,     W,   Heaton,
ist and 2nd.
Pair turkeys, bred }908, W. Heaton,
Mrs. Gillanders.
Pair ducks, bred t?��8, W. Heaton,
T.  E.  Ladner.
Pair geese, bred 1908, Mrs. Gillander..,  E. 3. Brown*
1 .ilr'chlckens, bred 19�� ., W, Heaton, T. E. Ladnor.
Dairy PvuAuee,
Mutter,   Cheese,   Etc.;   W.   J.   Brond-
fHh and H. Kipp. Judges���
|  -ur  pounds   fresh   butter,   prints,
O.   D .Vi��, .    __.
Piend,   Mrs.   Cresswell,   Mr*.. A.  D.
P<-lterson,
Dozen hens' eggs, fresh, T. E. Ladder,  Mrs.   Cresswell,
Bread, Blrls  under 14 years,     Miss
Grace   Frederick.
Cake,  best chocolato    layer,    girls
under J   . Miss Gruco Frederick.
Bread,  girls  undor 12 years,    Miss
gown;
Cake,   jelly,   girls  undor  IS  years,
Miss Bown.
PlO, gill under 14 years. Miss Giace
Fdererick.
Special,    biscuits.    Miss    Gilchrist,
Mis.   Gillanders.
Garden Pfoijnce..
Garden   Produce;   W.   J.   Brandrith,
Judg.3���
Turnips, table, wt��J_,e,  J.  Bpne, 1st.
Carrots, shorthorn-,. Alex. Davle, W.
llc.iton
Can
_.     . sr     -s.-���_       _T_. J��_I1I_     UVISUUVI,     illl_.     _-_IWJlll
ots. lntermedVa,tC. Ji. Bon . Mrs. ^.^j., 5pec,al Miu Bown
Gillanders.
Parsnips, T. E. Ladner, H. J. Cross-
well.
Cabbage, late _un_n._-, H. J. Ciess-
well, J. Bone.
Cabbage,  late  winter,   J. Bone,  H.
J.   t'rosswell.
Cabbage,  best red,. J.  Bone,. __  J.
Cresswell.
Savoys, best and largest, C. Beatle-
slon, H. J. Cresswelt.
Onions, white, T. E. Ladner.
Onions, red, D. Montgomery, T. E.
1,adner.
Onions, yellow, D. Montgomery,  S.
Morley,
Peas, green, quart, Mrs. Gillanders,
H, J. Cresswell.
Table  corn,  best ears,   J.  Bone,   S.
Morley.
l.eets, best long,  S.  Morley,  A.  de
R. Taylor.
Beets,     best     short,     round,  IL   J.
(Cresswell, A.  Davle.
Squash. best for tablo    use,    E. S.
Browne, 1st.
..���quash, Hubbard, Mrs. E. A. Bown.
C. Bedleston.
Pumpkin,   for   table   use,   J.   Bone,
Mrs. Lanning.
Vegetable marrows, Mrs. Lanning.
Tomatoes, grown in open air, Mrs.
Bown, T. E. Ladner.
Cucumbers,  grown in  open air, H.
J. Cresswell, T. E. Ladner.
Cucumbers, best for pickling, H. J.
Cresswell.
Citrons, J. Bone, E. S. Browne.
Cauliflowers, J. Bone.
I .eld Produce.
Field Produce;  Walter Ka__, Judge���
Bale of hay, Timothy, A. Davle, H.
Montgomery.
Bale   of  hay,   mixed.    'Sim. thy  and
clover, H. Montgomery..
ypring   wheat,   bushel- A.. Falk,   T.
E. Lai-ncr.
Barley,  bushel, S.  Morley, 1st  and
Snd.
White oats, S. Morloy, W. A. Kirkland.
Black oats, B. Morloy.
Oats,  new variety,  named, S. Moi'-
Timothy, sack, C. Davis.
Mangold WurtaeC, long red, C. Davis. T. E. Ladner.
Mangold Wurt_-f,. a. o_e, T. E. leaner.
Sugar Mangold, Dong red, A. Davle,
"W. Gilchrist.
Sugar   Mangold,   yellow   globe   W.
Heaton, T. E. Ladn��_
Potatoes,  Early Rose, W. Heaton.
Potatoes, Early Beauty Hebron,. W.
Heaton. .'���
Any other early    variety,    TV.    J.
Cresswell, A. Davle.
Sutton's   Reliance,  W.   Heaton,  H.
J. Cresswell.
Any other late variety, A. Davle.
Pumpkins, heaviest,  T. E.  Ladnor,
Mrs.  Gllland-u-s.
Squashes, largest. T. E; Ladner.
Turnine, Swedish, T. 13. Ladiner, J.
Gilchrist.
Turnips, any other kind. A.. Davio.
Sugar beeU_, leme.  A- Davie, T. E.
Ladnor.
Sugar beets,  short,  E.  S.    Browne,
T. E. Ladner.
Carrots, long Whit*, W. Heaton, T.
E. Ladner,
Carrots,   long: ued,   D.  Montgomery,
T.   E.   Ladner.
CarrotH, Intermediate, A. Davle.
Collection at grain on tho straw, A.
Davio.
Mlsccl to noons.
Miscellaneous!;     Messrs.     Kipp     and
Brandrith,  Judges���
Currant   wino.   Miss   Mason,   1st.
Assortment of pre>served fruit, Mrs.
Cresswell, Mrs, Gillanders.
Honey,   best exhibit in comb,  Mrs.
Glllanders,  S. Morley.
Honey, byst  extracted,  T.   E.  Ladner, 1st.
FrulC.
LTidner.
Red Plums, T. E. Ladnor, W, A.
Kirkland,
Yellow Plums, W, A. Kirkland, Mrs.
Lanning,
Blue plums, T, E. Ladner, 1st,
Italian prunes, H. J. Cresswell, W.
A.  Kirkland.
Best collection of plums, not toss
���han 5 varieties, W. A, Kirk_n<l. T. E.
Ladner,
Hyslop crabs, Mrs. Bown, T. E.
Ladner.
Transcemlant crabs, Mrs. Bown, T.
E.   Ladner.
Dish of blackberries. Miss lmrle.
Master W.   Frederick.
Best collection of fresh fruit, not
les* than 8 varieties, T, E. Ladner,
W\ KtrWancl.
Flower*; W. J. Brandrith, Judge���
(���'lowers.
Hanging basket,  Mrs. King,  1st.
Collection roses, cut Bowers, Mrs.
D. A. McKee,  Mrs. A. de R. Taylor.
'Collection stocks, cut, Mrs. Cresswell, Mrs. Lanning.
Collection asters, cut, Mrs, D. A.
McKee,  Mrs. King.
Collection zinnias, cut, Mrs. Gillanders,  Mrs,  A.  do  11. Taylor.
Collection pansles, cut, Mrs. Lanning, Mrs, Buwn,
Collection carnal'-ons, cut, Mrs.
Lanning,  1st.
Collection gladiolas, cut, Mrs. D. A.
McKee,  Mrs,   Lanning.
Collection dahlia.s, double, cut, Mrs.
King,  Mrs.  H.  L. Wlteon.
Collection dahlias, single, cut, Mrs.
Lanning, Mrs. Bown.
Table bouquet. Mrs. I__nning, Mrs.
King.
Hand  bouquet,  Mrs.  Lanning,  Mrs.
Pen grade beef cattle, steers or
heifeis, a. D. Paterson.
Pen shop, fat. A, Davie.
Sow and 5 of her offspring, under
5 monthg, A. Davie.
BCst collection field roots, T- E.
Ladner.
Best collection fruits, T. E. Ladner,
\V.  A.   Kirkland.
TWD OBLIGING iv! <.r i.
CHURCH   NOTICES.
ALL SAINTS.
(Anglican.)
Holy Communion���ist and 3rd
Sundays at 8:30 a.m.; 2nd and 4th
Sundays at 11 a.m.
Matius, 11 o'clock.
Evensong, 7:30 o'clock.
Sunday School at 10 a.m.
Friday evening, Litany at 7:30.
Rev. E. R. Bartlett. M.A., Vicai
Fruit; H. Kipp, Judge���
Apples, Gravenstelns, T. ladner, A.
Davle,
Apples, Duchess, Mrs. E. A. Bown,
J.  Bone.
Apples,   Wealthy,   Mrs.   Bown,   J.
Bone.
Apples, King, T. Ladner, 1st.
Apples,   Baldwin,   H.   J.   Cresswetl.
J. Bone.
'   Apples, Northern Spy, T. I.. Lndner.
Best   collection   winter   apples,   not
less than five varieties, T. E. Ladner.
Bartlett pcnni,  H.   J. Cresswoll, T.
E.   Ladner,
Collection of pears, fall, T. E. Ladder.
Collection  of  yenrs,   winter,  T.   ffi.
Gentleman's buttonhole,. Mr* Lanning, Mrs.  Cresswell.
Sweet peas, 15 varieties, Mrs. King,
Mrs. Bartlett*
Sweet peas, white, Mrs. Lanning,
Mrs. Bartlett,
Sweet peas, blue, Mrs. King, Mrs.
Gillanders.
Sweet peas, pink, T. E. Ladner,
Mrs. King.
Sweet peas, red), T. El. Ladner, Mra.
King.
Sweet peas, any other variety, Mrs.
King, Mrsi GllHanders.
Collection Phlox. Dimmmondl, cut,
Mrs. Gillanders, Mrs. Bown.
Women's Work.
Women's Work.���
Fancy  Batting;     Mrs.    tanning,  C.
McXelll.
Tatting, Miss Ma.son, Mrs. Cresswell."
Tenerlffe, C. McNetlt
Crochet laco  (cotton), Miss Weare,
C.   McNeill.
.  Knitted lace, iC. McNeill, Miss Mason.
Infant's- bonnet, crochet or lace-, W.
A. Kirkland, Miss lmrle.
Infant's jacket, Mrs. E. A. Bown,
Miss lmrle.
Best collection of any fancy articles, W, A. Kirkland, Miss F. Frederick.
tnmoruiUery on llnon or cloth, VV.
A.   Kirkland,  Miss F. Frederick.
Mount Mellick (any article), Mrs.
Lanning;
Eyelet embroidery, Miss F. Frederick, W. A. Kirkland.
Shadow embroideiy, Mrs. H. L.
Wilson.
Centerpiece (handwork), Mis- A.
Montgomery, Miss F. Fred^ricK.
Drawn work, Miss A. Montgomery,
Mrs. II. L. Wilson.
Plain sewinR Mrs. Lanning, Mrs.
! Cresswell.
Pillow  shams,   Mra FrceTerln*.
Tea cosy,     Mrs.    Bartlett,    W.    A.
Kirkland.
Sofa pillow, Miss A. Montgomery.
W.  A.   Kirkland.
Lady's handbag, Mrs. Lanning, W.
A. Kirkland.
Pin cushion, W. A. Kirkland, Miss
_\   Frederick.
(Shawl's, crochet or kn'.t, Mrs. Bartlett.
Counterpane, crochet or *n_t, C.
MeNeilill
Qulilt, patchwork, Mrs. H. L. Wilson, Mrs. Mason.
Quilt, log cabin, Mrs. Bedleston.
Socks,  knit, men's, Mrs. Bedleston,
Mrs. Cresswell.
Socks, darned, Mrs. Lanning, Mrs.
S.   Morley.
Hooked mats, Mrs. Glllanders.
Fainting, ln oil, Mrs. Bartlett.
Painting,   water  colors,   Mrs.  Bartlett.
Drawing, crayon or pencil, Mrs.
Bartlett.
Work done by children undor 16
vent s of  age: .
Hemmed     handkerchief,      stitched,
Mabel Lanning.
Buttonholes,  Mabel Lannfng.
Outline work, Miss Kirkland.
Embroidery   on   linen,   Miss   Kirkland.
. r_>c'.in<*n porr-fin!-1'P, Miss Kll'K-
' land.
Work dono by children under 11
yoars of agJT
Outline work,  Miss E. A. Bown.
Patchwork, Miss K. A. Bown.
Spcrial   Prizes.
Best .lursoy bull, pedlgroed (aged).
T.   V_.  Ladner.
Best yearling eolt, by Bal era y L.
W. Embree (Bale, ay Is owned by G.
B.  Embree).
Best sucking colt, by Balcray, It.
\V. Embree.
Best pen of fai sheep, A. Davie.
Best pen Brown Leghorns and Buff
Orpingtons, T. E. Ladner.
Best 100 pounds white milling oats,
S. Morley.
Best 100 pounds white oats, silver
cup, to he won three times before
becoming property ot exhibitor, N.
Rawlins,
Band of pure bred horses, consisting of brood maro* 2 years old, 1
year old and foal, Pemberton Farm,
A. D. Paterson.
Band of horses, any breed, Pemberton Fai mi'
Best agricultural team shown; harness,  A.  1).   Paterson.
Rest colt on grounds under 3 years,
any class, A. D. Paterson.
Bull, dairy breed, T. E. Ladner, Sutherby Bros.
CATHOLIC
Services first and third Sunday of
each month at 10:30 a.m.; Benediction, 7:30'p.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 11
a. m.and 7:30 p.m.
Class meeting, after'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 PRESBYTKR1AN
Services next Lord's Day at 11
a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Sabbath School at 10 a m Midweek meeting on Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Rev. J. H. White, M.A.
Sabbath services ��� Cf .seem inland, 3 p.m.; Ladner, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at 10:30 a. m.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at
8 p.m.
C. A. Crosbie, Inspector, paid an
official visit to the local, bank, today.
Mrs. W. Abercrombie 'presented
herjhusband with.[another .young
son, last week.
Notice to Creditors.
In the Estate oi William Goudy,
late ot Ladner, B.C., Deceased
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that all creditors and others having
claims against the estate of William
Goudy, late of Ladner, B. C. deceased, who died at the City of Los
Atigeles, California, on or about the
24th clay of June, 1908, are required, on or before the 21st day of
September, 1908, to send by post
or deliver to II. N. Rich and H. J.
Hutcherson at Ladner, B. C, Executors of the Will of the said
William Goudy, their names, ad-
il esses and full particulars of their
claims duly verified, and notice of
any securities held by them.
And kurthkr take notick
that after said date the executors
will proceed 10 distribute the assets
of the decease! among the parties
eutitled thereto, having regard only
to the claims of whicli they shall
then have notice, and that they
wlll not be liable for the said assets
or any part thereof, to any person
or persons whose claims they shall
not have received notice Jof at the
time of distribution.
Dated at New Westminster, B.C.,
this 17th day; of August, A.D.
190S.
McBRIDE^fc KENNEDY.
Solicitors for the Executors.
-Suck Waa tbe Victim In n Street Cat
Pare Traaaaetiou.
It vas lu a Bostou street csr. When
the car stopped at a crossing, u huly
got up and went to the doer. As she
rose there was the chink of a coin 011
the floor, but before It occurred to aiij
one to stop her slie was out of the cur
lif.d across thestiect Two ladbs whe
hnd sat next to her looked with anxious Indifference ou tho tloor. Ou��> ot
lliem leaned slightly forward bat said
nothing. Just as the conductor was
reaching for tlie bell rope a yours t^au
spied tlie coin uud dashed out of the
car. He caught the Indy who had left
lhe car, handed her the coin, ran back,
caught tlio step of the car us tbe motors began to sing lu crescendo anj sat
down breathless. One of the two ladies
opposite hlm leaned forward and said
coldly, "Voung man, what did you Uo
with the nickel I dropped?" The passengers tittered. Au old umn at the
other end of the car turned to his
neighbor. "That reminds lue." be said,
"of something that happened to uiy
wife years ago.
"lt was beforo the days of conductors, when we used to drop our nickels
into a slot, and they i-au down u groove
to the box behind the driver.
"My wife had started out with a little change and one of those troublesome Ave dollar goldpieces which used
to be more commonly In circulation
lhau they are uow. Her eyes were not
good, _. nd so she was nervous about
her goldpiece aud bad it ou ber mind
nil the way downtown.
"When she took a car for home, she
net a friend and grew Interested ln
conversation wltb ber. She put ber
coin iu tha slot absentinlndedly. The
(".river turned as it struck tbe box. You
remember the coiu fell Into a glass
compartment first, aud then the driver
pushed a lever which sent it iuto tbe
strong box below.
"As my wife board tho click of the
lever she thought of ber Ave dollar
goldpiece. She looked ln bor purse.
Sure enough, It was gone. She went
forward and bim. ke to the driver. He
said be hadn't looked very carefully,
but he thought tbere were ouly three
nickels lu tlie glass receptacle wben be
pushed the lever.
"My wife insisted. The driver said
If she would ride to tbe end of tbe line
tlie cashier at the station would open
the box. This meant 11 journey of two
miles beyond our street, and my wife
was iu a'hurry.
"An old gentleman who sat by the
door said he was going to the end of
tlie line and offered to give ber $4.95
cents and get the goldpiece at the station. My wife thanked him and took
the money. When she got borne, sbi
found the five dollar goldpiece in the
lining of her purse.
"Next dny I went to tbe station. The
eu_w<_- oaiii nn ���id gentleman bad made
bim open the box. There was uo __o.<_-
picce. Tbe old gentleman had left in
a rage, refusing to give his name. He
snid he had been swindled and did not
want to be knowu for a fool.
"We advertised in the papers, but we
never beard frdmi bim."���Youth's Companion. 	
Ho was engaged to be married, anil
every one knows how the engaged man
talks when be gets a friend corner<.
"She Is tbe loveliest nnd best girl that
ever lived," he asserted.
"Sure?" Inquired the friend.
"Sure! Of course I'm sure. Yon don't
floubt it, do you?"
"Certainly not," replied the friend
hastily, "only"���
"Only what?"
"Ob, 1 suppose it's all right, bnt I'd
like to introduce you to Dobley."
"Who's Dobley?"
"Oh, another friend of mine who
told me yesterduy that he wns engaged
to the loveliest and best girl thnt ever
lived, and I'd like to bave you two get
together and settle tbe mutter."
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Founded 1892
Incorporated 1893
Provides a Christian Home for Students of both
sexes at moderate rates. Has a preparatory class for
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 Education in its Collegiate Course, and in the Ladies' Course
f or . E. L., and V. L. A. In Theology confers the degree of B.D. In University work can take students through
the complete Arts Course for the B.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 to
Practical Engineering work in this Province. In Music, a
complete course in theory, voice culture, and piano and
organ, in conjunction with the Toronto college of music.
Special instruction in art and elocution, while all students
are required to take physical training with all the privileges of a well equipped gymnasium.
iMXTO^-Ptli-MROfl)
If you average the 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 first cost is
the only cost.   Easily applied by anyone.
Asbestosidb is an Asbaetos Sheathing and is the most economical, durable and easily applied siding known.
Ask for samples and m-Icea.
H. W. JOHNS-MSNVSLLE CO., J
57e Firs* Av��. SJ��     _______ .Seattle, Wash"
Scat* Easily Mnde.
1 couple of pretty ottoman Keats, which
B_ny be mado appropriate tor any room,
��ocording to the character of their covering, are easily manufactured hy sawing
off a small barrel or keg to about a foot in
dspth. To the closed cud four very short
���prlngs are affixed, which are then covered
and fastened with a olroular piece of sail
Sloth, firmly nailed to the wooden sides
whloh aro also neatly covered with thc
same kind of oloth. After this thr seat
mar be upholitered as desired.
��E6b
=M>
The  Belta Times
Wtmtm
sSttcccssor to
QUONG LEE,
CHINESE    LAUNDRY
Having purchased the above busi-i
ness, I am prepared to iio first-clafs j
work  ol  all   kinds of laundering.
For ten years successfully operated 1
a lauudrv iu New York City.      |
Your Fatronge Earnestlyj
Solicited,
Printing.
I. A. I. N I.I.
�����<_.. twe <^ftta ^imes, Tuesday; September ����, h*8;
'<-�����--.
I.LJ_L. LIlJF
I^OCAL NEWS. |is,cralS) Rtteiuioii!
Mr.. H. J. Hutcherson ajid two
daughters speut Suncjay in Vancouver.
Haley Wilson is the proud possessor of twin daughters who ar-
rfvtd hurt week.,
f The Ladies" Guild of All Saints'
Y .'eet at Mrs. Allen's, Port Guichon,
Thursday next, at 2:30 p.m.
Upwards of half a dozen visitors
fratn New Westminster patronized
our Exhibition on Saturday last.
J. A. Paterson spent Monday in
the Terminal City, ia connection
with matters pertaining to the Delta
x��. V. V. & E. R. case.
Mrs. H��nilton, of Vancouver,
returned home, Friday, from a two
weeks'- visit to- her.- parents, Mr.
aad Mrs. Geo. Hearle, at Boundary
Bay.
A meeting to select delegates to
the Liberal Convention al Wi st-
minater. on the 30th inst., will e
held Ln Oddtellows. Hall, Ladner,
on Saturday evening, 26th [inst,, at
8 o'clock p.m.
sAll Liberals and others supporting the Laurier. Government invited to attend.
God Save the King.
Police Court.
On Thursday last, three charges
(or non-payment of wages were entered against Wm. Holmes. According to the evidence C, Jensen
claimed $14.62 v_ being thirty-two
and one-half hours at-45c per hour,
for threshing, while defendant stated that complainant worked 4^
hours filling sacks which was worth
only 25c 1 er hour, fudg-meut *or
plaintiff for $13.62 with costs.
Dv Keith and W. Brown also entered complaints  for  non-payment
Word was received last week,  of
the death at Exeter,   England,  of
Mrs. Manley. mother ot the Manager of the Delta Times, afc the age jas   above   amounting   to-  *8.i_}_
of 79 years; each and in  each   case  complaint
was made that defendant endeavored- to charge them 25c per meal
while the machine was idle. The
Magistrate entered judgment for
���mount in full with costs,
John Connor and Dan Kenny,
bar tenders* a�� Delta Hotel, were
arraigned in the 1'clice Court, yester'ay evening, before J. B. Burr,
Pi.M., on the charges of aggravated
asvuilt upon one Alexander Mc-
Kei z,e.
It   appeared  from  the   evidence
that   McKenzie,  jyho was drunk,
j had   been   somewhat   troublesome
F. Shute, Assistant inspector for, during   Satmday,   last,  and,  after
A. C.,  paid an, official visit to the! having been refused" drink, he  got
Mr.. John. MacKenzie; returned
bom;. Wednesday, from a, nip up
as far as Cittn-berland, and was re-
companied oa, her return, by Miss
-tooth, of Victoria.
Harvest Festival services will be
held-in the Methodist Ctr.rch on
Surdiy next,- when Rev. Mr.
Westman, of V-arctyiver, Jwill
preach both morning and evening.
7 p.l.
Nett
I'sHTititecd  unon   absolutely   safe   security���first
mortgag substantial vcitgr properties Seven and
Eight Per Cent. Guarantee'., free of all charges,
up����. sums ranging fro- Five Hundred Dollars up.
White, Shiles & <��.
New Westminster, B.C.
Agencies Represented���
llnrtlnrd Virc Insurance Co. Insurance Os, ol North America
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Brooklyn    The Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corpora-
Com_.-c.icut Kire Insurance Co. tion, Ltd., of.London, Ear.
Imperial Trust Co..,Iitd.  Vancouver. B.Ci
local branch of tltfc Royal Hank of
Ciiuda,.last week, and expressed
_rn_.;lf as well p'.ased with 'the
Delta.
1 . a     e .j -   -'-j.
Amsng the. visitors  to   Victoria
Fair who  .aft.   tilis   pioanitis   w.rp-
Mr., and Mrs. S. Morrow,. Mr. and
Mr\ W. Ri F.lHs, Miss Morley,
Miss Cherry, J. Gilchrist, D Price,
Eldon Brodie, H. Hadden aud A.
Jlf Parmiter.,
Delta was visited, last week, by
about seventeen Scotch agricultural*, accompanied by R. K. Palmer, .Deputy. Minister, of Agriculture; Maxwell Smith, Fruit Inspector, Capt. Stewart, Rev. Elliott
Rowe, T; J; Trapp, A. E. White
aad J, B. Jardine. The party took
ahasty spin through the district in
autos.
*^**smmmmm>*���^mmmi ��� ��� .      ������J
For Sale.,
Purebred Ox lord Downs tor sale,
also Tflt��woitli,rit��.oibotb sexes.
Apply to
A.   DAVIE.
8trayed.
Onto. n>y property, on Friday,
Sept. 1 ttb, a; Wack Sow. Ownsr
may have.saw,., ou preying property
ami paying expenses.
F: V. GUICHON.
into a mixup with the bar tenders,
emer ing from the melee w��t_ ��
black eye, a bruise; upon the- right
temple and a badly, chewed1 finger,
after whiehJje was d. posited outside
the door where he was discovered
by the CoiTstaWf.R. F i.i.ndiord,
who took h��H to Dr. King, and
hiil his wounds dresssd. The
D >ctor testifying to his drunken
condition and th - condition aid
nu ure ot the wounds..
After hearing all the evidence,
which wasv rather lengthy, the
Miigistrate decided that, according
to the evidence, he could do, nothing less than to send Connor up for
trial at the next court of competent
jurisdiction, while the charge
against Kenny was .changed to that
a'' common assault and a fine of
$20- and costs imposed. Kenny
said he would appeal the case.
Connor \\ as- allowed out on bail,
$5 1 in his owji r-.-cogn y.ame and
one surety of $5o,-for his appearance
this morning.
Lost.
On Thtuday, Sept 3rd, a.Holstein
Cow in full milk. Finder kindly
notify;
THIS OFFICE.
Wanle.l,
Mother's  help,   F.ged   about   16.
Apply
MRS. S. W. FISHER,
Ladner, B.C.
*r*
When You Require.
fj.  .1        -_j�� ....       .1. : .1.1...      . ���'   I.l'
fftirniture,. Carpets/ Linoleum, Window
Shades oe Any Artie*, e of Furniture, or
Household Furniskings- % visit to LITE'S
SgrORe will convince you, that .these, is-, t.he
BIGHT PLACE TO WX,
���^teit��,T3 Welcome..
VwTS FURNITURE EMPORIUM,
WW WESTMINSTER, B. QJ
The Most Nu_ r ickms Bread
is made from
Royal Standard Flour
�����-   1    njlii   .  ���SI in, 'I m 1 . .lEJ'T'.i ���   1'
All the gluten of the wheat, is retained in the
milling of ROY.AL STANDARD, making it an
economicairflour to buy, as you g��jt a large yield
of bread for the amount of flour used. We have
repeatedly been told that the bread made frcm
ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR has a flavor and
taste superior to any other.
Ask your grocer for it��� and insist on hav
ing ROYAL STANDARD.
Sold by W. H. SMITH.
MANUFACTURED   BY
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd.,
TANCQUVEP, B. C.
The Days Are
Getting Shorter!
Is Your Lighting System, in good order ?
Nqw is the time to order your new: fixture;
We are Agents for thai Largest.fElectric
House- in, Vancouver and can do yourji work
right and at reasonable prices.
Wv Are in   he MaH<et
For All Kinds of Produce.    See us before
going further.
How About a Gasoline Engine
For wood sawing,, chopping, pumping, &c.
FAIRBANKSnMORSE!   ENGINES  are   at
the head of the list..
E. T. rALVERT,
J*AD^��ER, b.C_
GENERAL
DEALER
=a_
w
eg E~eave
To notify the people of Ladner a��d sun*
rounding district that we are nosy in a
position to ofter Vancouver Island
Portland Cement
At greatly reduced prices, making it po*
sibie for parties who contemplate building
to put in concrete foundations at about the
same cost as, piling or other inferior
material.
Write for Prices.
ILLEY BROS.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B. C,
SILVERWARE,
Cut Glass*
Watches and
All Kinds of Jewellety,
New Stock.
Call and See Them
Jf. Clausen,
LADNER, B. C.
DURABILITY
is one ofthe many acJtntrable-qualities that you can eouat 011 if you
purc'iase all your
Hamta3S and
Horse Goods
of U;.    Our'stoek is, large, the ma
terials fine, the style- and construction of each article is thoroughly
good.
B. C Leather Co., Ltd.
112 Hastings Street, Vancouver. B. C.
state of
W.   L.   MoBRiDE,
Oeneral rierchaiU
Phone 5,   -   Port Guichon

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