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LADNER, B. C, TUESDAY. JULY 21, I90P,
?=*���
Haying Necessities-
it pays to use the very best salt you can obtain
tor your Hay. WE HAVE IT. Ask for LIVERPOOL
COARSE SALT.
Hay  Forks and Carriers,  Blocks, Cable
and
Everything Necessary for Making Hay.
Ofewa Lent..
Ottawa, July it.���Mr. R. 1,. Bor.
den presented a mass ol figures to
the House tin Tuesday by which he
attempted to prove that the cost to
the country of the Grand Trunk
Pacific would be $250,030,000.
Ever since this great national en-
ter| rise was entered upon by the
Government with the distinct mandate of the people, the Conservative 1
Party has interposed objections; belittled the scheme, ar.d created difficulties ior the administration.
Obstructing National Enterprise
��� j...
)l\
Watch.
TheM
.isl
The   ball   game,   on   Tl ursday
jevening,  Married  vs.   Single,   was
i very exciting and  there  wa. iv t a
dull   moment  from   star   t 1 finish.
jThe game was not decided until the
last half of ihc ninth inning, when
ithe approaching   darkness made it
difficult tor the old boya to locate
ithe sphere.
Goo;'. I Bttery work and good b ise
rttnnii g   won   ihc   game   for  the
youngsters, while the heavy bitting
by Doc Clark   and   Wilson  on th_
'married  men's  team  would make
| Ham Hyati ashamed of himself.
The old 1 oys  are  going 10 have
New    Westminster, Jifly    i;S.���
1 Thc market yesterday- was  a  great
1 success, there being a  large attendance  of both   buyers  anl   sellers,
with a brisk and satisfactory busi-
| ness tor all.    Morses show a  tend-
! ency   to   weaken   in   price.    The
! most noteworthy feature of yesterday's sale was the  large  supply of
green vegetables of all kinds, which
I were all disposed of at quotations.
There was a good supply of beef
aud the call was equal to the supply. Oi mutton .and iamb the offering was fair and the demand
good. All prime veal sold at old
igures,   withe ut   difficulty.    Pork
FRUIT   JARS.
500 Dozen. - - 500 Dozen.
Pints, Quarts and   Half Gallons.
The obstruction to.the enterprise
has taken many forms. It was ridi- j another try   at   them   again   and
culed,   regarded   as   unnecessary, J thinkthey can  put it  all over thej w^g"ve'ry iimitedi
looked upon as an engineering  im-|kicls next time.        ^ ,     Eggs remained firm with a  large
mi. .ihiiitv     TIihh  thi'  obstruction 1    The score by  innings was as foi-   .,,,,, _��� __
possiunuy.     men   me   ousuueuuu j _. ] supply,    buttc   continues  firm at
took the form of alternate schemes, lows: L0Ci   xhere.waa  good supply of
antl in this regard  the Opposition |Married ...1  1 3 _ 0 1 o o 4���" Lens'and.the demand  for birds in
were prolific in ideas.   The .last and I Single  o 2003 3 2 1 2���^condition was large.    Tliere  was a
most pernicious form ol enmity   to- -     Following are the teams: fai_ ^s      an(J AemanA ^ ^.^
wards the undertaking
lound in      Married ��� Woodley   2b,   II.   N
the estimate  Mr. Bor.leu   now sub- j Rich c, Wilson p, Bown s.s, Ganges;
mits  as  the  probable cost  to the 3b,   Harker  r��   II. J. Hutcherson
people before the railway is com- lb�� Smith ci, Doc Clatjc If.
plele-1 Single���Maxwell 3b, Webster  p.
This latest attempt to embarrass F- Guichon c, J. Guichon cf,  Betts
the government in thc  building of ss,   Dickermau 2 >,   V. Guichon rf,
the Grand Trunk Pacific, is clearly 1 R- Clark If, Gifford ib.
aimed al the credit of the  govern-,     Umpire, -Mr. Kenny.
ment, aud is designed to place diffi- ! 	
cullies in the way o: raising capital ]    THE   WATl'.l.   QUESTION
Dry Goods.
1
cttiimer Vests, Hosiery, Neckwear,
Veilings, Belts, Sunshades,
Bathing Suits and Caps.
ladies'" an��d   Children's  Footwear.
ta's Furnishings.
Summer Underwear, Work Shirts.
Gloves, Harvest Shoes.
Headquarters  for  Working   Men's
Outfits.
High   Grade  American   and   Can*
adian Shoes.
f. r this vast undertaking, and iu this
regard the action is unpatriotic antl
unworthy a public man :-.
ot a great political party.
ader
AGAIN.
Editor Delta Tjmi-
ens. Broilers sold readily. Tbe
number ol young ducks was large
and prices fell to $5 a dozen.
The  supply  of  fresh  vegetables
was exceptionally   good..    Growers
complain that the prices'have fallen
irom   last  year's   figures,   but  tbe
! housewife benefits from cheap vegetables.    Radishes   aid onions were
j largely called lor, and peas, carrots
! and turnips all sold  readily.    Rhu-
i barb   reached   tlie   market   in   fair
quantity.     The   demand for   new
-potatoes is biisk; old kinds are now
The value of anv presentment by j war made tn Dr. Johu II. Ranch
Mr. Borden ofthe cost of building ! by the stingy politicians ot the city
this road, may bc estimated after of Chicago, a quarter of a century
taking   into  consideration  the his    ago, tor  his attempt lo secure au
Sir: Many of us have read of the practically a drug  en  the  market.
The supply o! cu'; flowers, especially carnations and sweet peas, was
exceptionally large and buyers were
numerous.    P.it  plants  have  little
McCALL   PATTERNS.
Full  Stock of McCALL   PATTERNS.     Ask  for  Free
��
FASHION SHEET.
torical lact that   Mr. Borden enter-   improved water supply for that cily., cau n0W-
tained   no  less  than nine different [On   almost  every   occasion   dema-      The call
methods with regard to tbe building   gogues, including the then city en- ��� jayv..  The
of   the   railway.      They   may   be  yineer,railed at the theoiy of water-   practically
briefly described as follows. born   typhoid  and   diarrhcea!   dis-  quoted  at   the  stalls.    Raspberries
eases, but lo-day not ouly   tbe city   an(J cherries, however, have  taken
ol Chicago but the   who!-.-  civilized f tjjefr  placc-    Both  soM rcatii!y at
for   fruit   was   brisk all
strawberry season being
over,    no   prices   were
Marshall Smith & Co., Ltd.
ATTEMPTED i-CBBi-KY.
1 ni'.
���j. C. lii-UCi..'
The launch J. C. Bruce made its
initial trip en Saturday iast, leaving
CHANGE OF  ...An, JsE^ViCi
Commencing  on   the   20II1  inst
(yesterday), the following mail ser- j involved   1 normou.
Borden's Patchwork Railway.
1.���To construct a railway   from
Coteati to Jacques Cartier Junction
as a connecting  link  between  the
Intercolonial ami   the   Canada   Al-
i lantie Railway.
2���To purchase the Canada ,Yt-
lautic Railway.
3,���To build a connecting link
between the Western territories ol
the Canada Atlantic Irom Scotia
Junction to Sudbury.
4 ���To buy that part of the C. P.
R . from North Bay, around the
shore of Lake Superior to Port
William.
5 ���To assist in improving the
gtatfes on ihe C. P. R., or the Canadian Northern or both, from Fort
William to Winnipeg.
6.���To assist the Grand Trunk
from Winnipeg to a poi.it peai Edmonton.
7.��� 'I'o build from Edmonton lo
'In  Pacific Coast.
8.���To build a Colonization road
fiom Ouebec to Winnipeg.
9.���To develop all the waterways and ports of Can tda.
Expenditure.
world acknowledge  that   "Ranch"  quotations   fcr   firm  stock.    There
was a fir;n demand lor blackberries,
of which the offering wis large.
Best quality cherries rose a cent on
the past week.
The following arc the prices that
ioc
11
large,
per  doz;
New Westminster at 2 p.m. ancl ar-  vice took effect:
This   most   most   extraordinary
On Wednesday night last, two
411 known men made an attempt to
entei W. H. Smith's grocery store
at Boundary. Bay.    Two suspicious-1 riving at Ladner at 3:10  p.m., call-j     Mail for   Westminster  leaves  on j propQ8a' .gravely   pi dented lo  the-
looking   characters    were   1 oticed , ing at way ports. [the J. C. Brace at  7  a.m.;  arrives! House as an alternative policy   to
hanging  around  dining   the   cay!
but 110 one heeded tl em.    After re-
....��..��.   !_i_ .leavinir   Lac tier  at   7   a.m. and re-;
Wring  foe tbe night,   Mrs.  Smith ;ieav'"*��  *'1 m  m   '   .   _,   JS.S. S-m ma at
heard a faint noise  and, taking her t��"��D8
Commencing yesterday tbe J. C. f from Westminster about 4:30 p.m.    the   Government   scheme,
I Bruce carries the Westminster mail |     M;ul foj v.m,<nlver lcaV(S on lbe
necessitate tbe expenditure
leaves   Westminster   at   3I
revolver along* he rroceeded to investigate-. Pr.set.tly, it vas discovered tbat a pane of glass had
teen removed and an  arm  was  on
:p.ui.
j
Wheat,  shorts,  bran,  Hour  and
.      feed  delivered  promptly for you���-.
the inside trying to open the wiry I       g g SACKS
toy.       Whereupon    Mrs.   Smith  ^^ ^ ;
went over nearer to the intruders |
Hith the loaded revolver levelled [are op against it." ducked and dis-
*nd ready for action. Tbe would-1 appeared in the darkness. They
he robbers, however, saw the wea-1 will think twice before they return,
|on and with a "J C , wc' no doubt.
would
j!   over
>ido,000,000, in the acquisition of a
patchw.-rk batch of railway .   :  ined   to..ther   in   places,   by   dinky
!<l   roads upon   which   millions   v. ������
j have to be expended to bri ���    them
  i up to modem form. - the
i Opposition    ide.i    of   a    National
and    SACK.    TWINF, Transcontinental     Railway.       To
Bran, Shorts. Corn and all ^'",!sl prove that this was  really   tbe  al.
1:30 p.m.;  arrive
from Vancouver at nr^o a tn.
Mail  for Westminster close
j
17:15 p.m.
of Feed.
. ternative scheme submitted bv the
Brackmai -tCer   .Milling   Co.,  Ltd.,. Opposition extracts are given   "rom
H, N. RICH,  Agent. [        ���'  '      <    ���-
Ladner, B.C.'     (Continued on  Second Pa^g.)
was right, and Chicago, since lhat
dav, has spent millions in improving her water supply.
Just   as   Chicago, 25   years   ago,
was   resting   content   with   its polluted  water   system,  so  we  have j taM during tbeday:
been pinning our   faith  on   a mix-      Beef_   hindquarters,   9c    to
lure of filth and water, caught from  per lh. forequarters, 6c to (-'-.z
roofs on which birds haveroostedj    muUoi1| I2cU) 13c per lb.
throughout the entire summer:   but
such   is   the   adaptability   of   tie
human mind ancl   stomach  that we
can   contemplate    this    fact   with
serenity.
The question of securing a supply of pure water ior the Delta is
no longer in the agitation stage,
but exists as a fixed 1 urpose in the
minds of the  teot.l.-.    We realize 1    Broilers, $3.50 to $5 per dozen.
that this question is  th- most vital      Ducks, $5 00 to S6.50 a doz.
one that has ever  occupied  our at-     Potatoes, old, :;-iS to JSao per ton;
tention.   That it  is imperative we new, $1.50 to J.1.75 per sack.
make this country .1 tit ; lace to live      R ispber_ies, J 1.50 p.r crate,
in, a fit 1 lace ior people to come to. |
We cannot  expect  population  by 1
emigrati n   0   len,   as  we are unable to hold or.t in I   ��� men's in tbe
way of the ordinary      ... rtsoflife
and .ve'veil know  that  this need
has driven   hundreds  i!   i-.ot thousands aw.iy from our shores.
You  know, Mr,   liuitor,   tii.t. 1 1
man is largely what he m ke- I i'i;
self    .So it is with  a naiioti, a mu-1
nicipality or a  to   n.    Nature has]
Lamb, 14c per lb.
Veal,   small,   nc per
yc to ioc.
Pork, Sc to c,,c per lb.
Lg'_;s,   wholesale,   30c
retail, 35c.
Putter, 30c per lb.
Fowds,   ��6.oo  to  $7.50 per doz;
chickens, $5.00 to $5.00 per doz.
Blackberries, :. 1.75 a crate.
Black currants. 7c per lb.
Red 1 irrants, ��� c.
Goosel erries, rc to 71- p.-r 1
Cherries, 5c to 7c per lb.
BADLY NEEDED.
A ��� ���- ung m n   who sa; 1
ri's.'l at Ladner, vas lately
e v, as
���rrcst-
"Water,   water  eveiywher , but
doie  more  for s :v,e then others I not a chop to   'wash in.' "���Adapt?
She has been lavis   iu  htr gits to ed from'*Ye Ancient Motriner,'1
tbis  Helta.   She  has given  us  a
rit b   soil,   fav-rra  ..-   siluati m   and i
climate, and she   as placed us here
to improve ou these gilts, to  mak.   U(1 in a ��earby town.    His appear*
this   the garde    gpot  ol  Canada   .nice  was such   tbat   one   oi   the
Art we content ti  go ahead in  the  guards took bim to  ihe bathroom,
tell strength of youth   developing toM   him   to peel eff and get in,
and   improving?   or   have  we   al-      ,,���,,   _,     _-,.-_,
reauv  .rown   od   and   cramped in      "^hat! get right ,n the water:
<.ur ideas and willing to fall behind !     'Why, yes, have a bath.    \ou
in the race?
S.r.c re'y y urs,
A. A. KING.
look as if you   necd-'d  one.
long is it since vt u had one?'
How
"I never was arrested heri fe
ut IK DFX
i IVi'ES
J I.V   ..
������.
W. C. T. U.
Till'
OF
THE DKLTA TIMES,
PUBT.ISilKl)   UVHRY TlJIiSDAY.
SoxscaiMioN, $1.00 ffit y(pr.
ADVK*TISI0 RATKS.
Cs ��tul AdTertliemenu, ia <_mt�� per Hut foi
It* tirst lo��crtion, nnd.5ccui-.ptr line for each
I imWquent luaertioa.    The   number  ot  lines
lUpckoned by the ap��oe occupied, 1 .lima* to tke
|'- net).
'   Kate* Ier Commercial Advertisement* can be
If A oa application at tbU utSuae���..
I   Reading na_(ce^i�� ccbU per, line Ior each In-
lerlimi.
BU tb an4i��cath.noUc<u, soc, Marrlaces$i.ao.
Ajiy, special notice, the objeet ot which Is to
proi'ist^ the pecuniary benefit of anv Individual
|i.or cH(apKuy,tobe considered an aaTertioement
andcharp-d ��� nxmlingly.
1   A^l adrertUemcBU charted for uaUl ordered
Out and paid lor.
Correspondence invited on matters ol public
tnteraat.   Communications to editor must he ac-��� , , ,. .... ,
cpinpanled by name of writer, not necessarily I 6* extract from Boa'ort S Wine and
fpr publication, but. as evidence of Rood faith.
Correspondence must rea^b thia,olfi_ e by Thursday evening.
|i',IJ.��.WIiy ISII..IH i.l    II li
CONSUMPTION
LIQUOR,
lt is given out from Ottawa that
Canada's consumption of hard
liquor ami tobacco both declined
appreciably during the past year,
and most thoughtful persons will
regard the announcement with
satisfaction. The like result is
noticeable in many countries and in
larger proportion. For, be it observed, Canada is one of the most
abstemious countries., in the world
in the matter of liquor consumption.
A friend has sent ns a lengthen-
fashion Stables*
Trucking and Draying.    Livery Work of
All Kinds Attended to Promptly.
All Kinds oi Firewood Always On Hand.
J. M. COLUNSON, Phone n, iwm, is.
Gao. R.  MAM.HV.
Manager.
TUESDAY, JULY   21, I908.
At the last meeting of the Council the matter of rebuilding or.
strengthening the bridge across
Challuckthan,Slough was.discussed
and,.although, no motion was made
to the effect, it was decided to so
strengthen it that threshing- outfits
jRJlHbe��*ble to cross in safety dur-
ipg_the coming harvest.
Farmers are cautioned against
allowing men to work ior their
board. A case was up in the police court, on Wednesday last,
when a farmer, from East Delta was
sued ior wages by men. whom ha-
had! assisted in that way���giving
tjiemodd jobs to do for their board
-gjii.e they weje waiting for haying.
TAKE SOME,
"Vancouver papere.are wasting a
gpad deal of energy in hammering
Victoria, Wh\. all this pother over
a moss-back town which cannot
provide itself with water fit to take
a bith in to aay nothing of drinking, a town in whose streets one
risk? life and limb to drive over, a.
Qty so fpssilized that it has not
enough energy in it to realize tbat
H is-ready for its own. funeral."���
11. C. Saturday Sunset.
Unless the people of Delta get
busy before long, newspapers will
he making nasty remarks about
theift!
UNSATISFACTORY.
Considerable dissatisfaction is ex-
jpepsed at the changed mail service.
When the previous change was
made it was petitioned for by Delta
and' Delta being the most interested
we tail to understand why Delta
w_*s not consulted before making
tfie present change.. No, objection
if niada to giving Sunbury   ai-d
Spirit Circular, the American organ of the liquor trade, which do
plores the general dullness of business in that Une and the steady advance of the anti-saloon movement.
"We have just lost North Carolina
by a big majority," says the Circular. "We have a big fight on
with great odds against us in Tennessee. We are losing ground
steadily iu Indiana and during the
next twelve months we shall have
persistent warfare in Ohio, West
Virginia^ New York,, Illinois, Missouri, Texas, Washington and
other States.
Quotations are given from the internal revenue returns which show
a decrease in three months ot the
revenue frcm whiskey and beer, as
compared with the like three
months of last year, amounting to
$4*859,744. In nine months past
the revenue from whiskey and beer
loll off about $io,poo,ooo. These
figures show that the tide- has turned against the liquor traffic in the
United vStates with even more force
and* sweep than in Canada.
��� The liquor interests are making
* determined fight to hold their
ground. Tbey are even proposing
to reform the saloons, to regain the
lost respectability of the traffic.
"The fight is national and it is
fierce," exclaims the Wine and
Spirit Circular. And it adds in
alarm, "the Anti-Saloon League is
more thoroughly- organized than
any political party, and its work is
continuous." Wei), more power to
the Anti-Saloon League. And this
is not a gaod time tor politicians to-
be seeking the support of the liquor
trade, which is everywhere becoming more- and more discredited.���
Charlottetown (P.E.I.) Guardian.
Shoes for Everybody
Some Shoes look well and wear badly, others look badly
and wear well,
Ours look well, feel' well and wear veil,
We uot only aim *t  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.
The Celebrate- Registered Slander .-toed Stallion
" Philo Stone "
(37357), Rec. 2:21 %.
Sire-ALEXES, 2.18.      Dam-LUCELLE, 2.23^
Foaled, 1900.   Dark bay, 16 hands 1 inch.
NOON. NIGHT.
Monday, S. Morrow's Farm; Dr. Wilson's Farm.
Tuesday, Gilchrist's       u   ; R. E  Kittson's   "
Wednesday, R. McKee's"   ; F. J. Coulthard's "
Thursday,L Johnston's "   ; Louey Bros.'        "   Elgin.
Friday, j. McElroy's      "
Cloverdale; Sullivan Bro's.     "
Saturday, S. Huft's        "    ; G. B. Embree's, till Monday
K. A. S. Scholefl el d, Esq��� George Brown,
Victoria, Owner. Stud Groom
Repairing Neatly and Prompt!1/ Done.
Incorporated 1860.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED,
CAPITAL PAID-UP,
RESERVE FUND,
$4,000,000
$3,900,000
$4,390,000
Total Assets Over Forty-Five Millions.
���J�� Jl _��� -1-���!��!__�� UU���'������!___-��� ���-���
 -.. __!��-.
Accounts of O ut-of-Town Customers Given Special
Attention.
BANK BY MAIL.
the Delta Saw iiiitts
<��� ���'   em  .i wm m-i-i^ em wn  ��� wmttmmm^am'���������!��������������� ���������������������������_��� ������ ���  ������������������-������   .���   ��� ...
Are Prepared to ...,
Furnish All Kinds of
ROUGH   &   DRESSED  LUMBER
At LOWEST PRICES. Also
Shingles* Doors, Sash and
House  Finish  of All  Descriptions.
(Continued trom  First PageO
The  BEST Water   Tanks  Are
Made at This Mill*
would submit to the consideration the requirements of the people and
of the House as  a   sound  policy is Us colonization demands."    [1903.
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, 31st December.
K. D. SIMPSON, Manager, LADNER. B. C.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
& ......
Ill Mil
Hansard in Mr. Borden's own words
wherein he advocates everything
alleged here.
The numbers correspond with
those given above.
Extracts From Borden's Speech.
"t and 2. If however, the Canada Atlantic Railway commends itself to the judgment of experts and
from what information I can obtain
with regard to it, I shoirid think it
ought   to   commend itself, and I
to assist in improving the grades of
one or both lines from Winnipeg to
Fort William, npo-v conditions that
complete control of rates is obtained, and that the Grand Trunk
Railway shall have running powers
from Fort William to Winnipeg."'
(1903, p 9000).
"6. The fomth point upon
which 1 propose this policy is this,
it will assist tbe Grand Trunk Pacific on reasonable terms. If they
guarantee to build a line north of
the Canadian Northern Railway,,
anl ���� '.tr west as Edmonton or.
soint: uljaceai' point." (1903, p
9001).
At some point this side of
p 9002].
"9. Mr. Eorden advocated thorough equipment of national waterways and lake ports." [1903, p
9003].
These verbatim quotations frcm
Hansard prove that Mr. Borden
seriously presented this as a proposition to solve the transportation
problem ot the west.
(Westminster Branch") |
Time Table 1
Cam le��.. Westminster lor Vsuicoiiver ot 5.50
and 6.50 a.ni. ami hourly thereafter until 11 p.
m.; Saturdays and Sundays at 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver I'or Westminsters at j.50
and ..5,. ��. 111. and hourly thereafter until 10 p.
in.; Saturdays i.ncl Sundays at u p.m.
FKKIGHT CARS.
We run first-class trei_ht cars between West- 1
minster and Vancouver ami all shipments are |
handled with tue utmost eare ancl delivered to j
consignee without delay Special atteuti. u paid J
to fruit slwpincuts. QUI wagoni meet all bo; its ] _,
and trains.   T-or rutes, ets. apply to       * 1
SID GRF.r.ORV, f. McQi:..KRlK,
���craflicM_r. local Mgr.    I
Westminster, H. c.
���I mii 11 �� b ���
.L HENLEY
Kl
I"
B.C.
NKW WESTMINSTER,
Manufacturers of all kinds ol
Soda Water* Ginger
Ale and Summer
Drinks.
Your patronage solicited
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Acclimatized Stock.
would think that the extention Of] the Rocky Mountains there should
be a common point, a junction be-
Woodwards a daily mail strvice,J the I. C. R. between Cote.au and
but there was no need, to interfere Jacques Cartitr Junction,, and the
with-Ladner. ' acquisition of the C A. R. to Depot
Harbor wonld place the I. C. R. in
No,objection would have been
rf ised about the changing of the
����il service, we venture to state, if
a much better position than it is at
present."   (1903, p. 8996).
'3,    I have suggested  the ex-
aitisfactory freight aqd passenger I tension of tbe I. C. R. to Georgian
-Kcommodatioa had been provided
with it..
Shoved the Transfer be talsen off,
Ihgn what?
Mrs. Hopkins aud children, of
Vancouver, aad Mr. and Mrs. M.
"EL, Whartpn and famiy spent Sat?
tyday at Chewassen..
The-death occurred, jre-terday,
aJjiCauot- Pass, of Mrs. Eliza Morris
wido* oi the late C*\ t Morris, at
tfwsripe ag^ of 79 years. Recessed
jAf*f born in l��iince Edward Island,
ine to B. C. 14 y��- Ts ago.
aa and daughter. T;he
this afternoon,
Bay:1���If we acquired the C. A. R.
tween the Canadian Northern and
the Grand Trunk Pacific Railways,, from that on to the coast
there should be one line. This line
should br built by these companies,
by such an arrangement as would
give them ioint control. Should
there-be any tifficulty in coming to
A ladies' jacket was found,, on
the Trunk road, Monday, July 6.
Owner may bave same on proving
property and paying for this notice.
���T. PINNICK, Slough road.
NEW YORK
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Leave your order for preserving
peaches. Our first shipment due
to arrive next week. We also expect one more lot of preserving
apricots in a tew days���W. H.
Smith.
60  YEARr
EXPERIENCE
we could'build a  line from thatI sueb a.i  arrangement the govern-
point to join the C.. P. R. at or near ment should  build the  line itself
Sudbury. Hy that means the I. C.
Rs. besides being ex ten ted to Georgian Bay.could'be joined by a, line
about 120 miles in length to the
C. P.' R. running Both of JUke
Superior.**   (i��>��3. P 899^)��
"4. Tsay it would 1 e a proper
and wise thing fer this Government
t' acquire that Railway from North
Bav to Fort William, and make it a
national highway of Canada, giving to the Grand Trunk Pacific,
tbe Canadian Northern and the I.
C. R.. as well as the C. P. R. run-
niug   powers   over   it." (19034 p.
1.    "5.   The third  point  which   I
and maintain control, and give
these railways or a term of years,.
running powers over it." (1903,
p 9001).
"8. I bave some donbt as to
whether or not that treat northern
country can compete, as early as
.we would desir -, with the gr*at
western c< untrw But .1 am not
dispos d to minimize its im) ortance
in any way, and to my mii d the
ration-1 way. of dealing with that
road from Winnipeg to Quebec is
this: To thoroughly explore and
understand it, and then to build
that li ie from Quebec to Winnipeg
as a colonization road, according to
Trade Mark*
Designs
copvri0ht8 ac.
AiiTOOBMndlnf �����!_<_-_.Middcicrij .Ionmil
   -roplnlun frw wficr	
i ��� .;.... not.jr50no -eniK^jf^fiioifoSPitinti
quietly uocruin onr oplntuu free whether an
Invoi.tlon_Mprob*hlr.)��\tant*hl^ r.,mmunl.ii.
.out iro*. 01 dett wency for _ncnriDS pateuu.
 . ������-. jlBronfli Munn A Co. n
semttw
Pfitnnu taken through Munn At
IptrttUnotlc*, without ofaiiri*, Intb*
Sdcjlllic American*
A )._n(l��oo*ly Ulustratea woeUlT. tueeit on.
m ot*oy K__mtlflc Journal.   Termator
Ml * ****',K,,U8e P"P��14   80W br
'' BBESlEJI*
H. M. TRYL08,
G. KELSON THORPE,
Veterinary Surgeons.
AU   Calls	
Promptly Attended to
Phone 35 Stainton Block
Ladner, B.C.
W. N. Draper,
PHOVWCIAl, X.KSD SCTtVKYOK
Room .. KUard Block.New. Weatmlutter.
For Spring Clean-Up.
Pure and. Vigorous Blood will keep
y��u in good health.
WA-HOO HERBS
will give you
Good and Pure IJlood.
Send  50c for trial jjj.oc. package
(two months' treatment).
AGJSNT WA2J.TKO.
Wfi-Roo Remedy Co.,
Vancouver,. B.C.
Seeds
Trees
Plants
For the
Farmv Garden, Lawn or
Conservatory.
Reliable Varieties at Reasonable
Prices! No Borers. No Scale.
No fumigation to. damage stock.
No windy agents to annoy von.
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 Nurseries,
Greenhouses and Seedhousea
VANCOUVER*   m   B. Ca
Mandolin I
Having been requested to start a
Mandolin Class, ara now prepared to do so. Fox: t,erms, etc.,
apply
B*   H*   WEARE*
Cate of _<*. J. W. Lammino.
Mandolin*, String*, Eta*-,
Supplied at City Prkes. TKE LttiT. TIMES, TUESDAY. JUI/5T .21, ic,c8.
MY
FIRST f-VEETHSART.
la wan tbe fairest, bennleat lu*
iThut morl��l ever knew.
|i,��� msn'a liluah was on her i-kae k*
In,.,'eyes had cuuglit the blue
ll Inm- tt��ie skie"' A''���"'1 bw h*e4
��� ,,'rj,,i,t, golden ringlets darned,
��� '', W),t,a my nw��ethe��rt mulled oa tee
|l felt my tmwct entHuso-d.
I, ,Und her eltting 'neath the treea
K|, irlons day In Mny.
,[i./.is with ber dancingcnrle
i..L>riIiy "l Illll>"'
I nt her wHb . tendfast aee.
1 in nod her eyes on nie.
Mlmmed with love.  Onr mm. Itfs
I   u
,*n* oas, two, three.
, ,i:iy wan yeara nml years egg,
I run M'Vr forget
,.-i RA'iWbMn'   levitrhint. oyae,
.,!i, I litre ' ���    .'>t
,  vently ns in l.ioMi dnyB
���, n lii.t on mu she suilled 1
1 . im loves inc. I know It, for
.  . her only child.
is B. Holmes in Ladlee' Iloma Jnarnal
WOMAN'S AIM.
.vi!!n v. t .nun laughed so honrtllj
r thai   sbe went Irlo runviii
1 rial, the l.i.tl M-ii.nl t! nt lb
1 Uiill  1 1 uvo biriuinl.ur. t wip
.'���Ik." ft- Tost,
mi," tnld tho corn fei? 11 iWr,
_ 11 mi at 11 n aii If l.e I ��� '.'���������'��� I-
1 .iUiv-j. leva oi '1 gets 11 ciIiIt I
IlllU till ll   '���  ���   I ��� '1 lotBof Ci]   ll
lim _ vol Is sToi mi'-.I.
IltilMv to nitFi  ..s .re '������! thu  -Ten'.
n world's stair. It sbonlo pot !.'
1 that a J'e .i r wiin,un tl.i.'iv n
nun nml Bl ��� ded ln knot klttQ
t -- Dent, r ts.-j.1 ���' lienn.
iio nan wan m. nulling with n
n ) Is sister 1v.11 to bis assist-
H_H.ll ;; nt the ! lib f With all US,
r brother. Ard yi t me Bpw I; ol
f  the ue. woman.���Ricbii.ond
PRINTERS' INK.
, -re 2?.' ni)  fiul llrntlrna ln North
,. ������.-.���. '1 U \a\: t. odvrrlhin i-nts.
��� ���;-!������ .-.te ;.! ITUftl tin illation of tho
ItiloiMrals  ts I_,0u<!,t00,0t0-uuil
ck il 0,(111) f< 1 8 1. f |.;ii:er.
tin end Ltr.t Un re IsSir,.,000,000
hi niii ly   In  .North   Anu'rica   for
11 r nnl magazine advertisements,
��� .id inini circulation of tbo pub-
-  v. Ii!-h  print iiovertit-enient!. in
. rii ,i amounts lo 3,600,000,000.
���   Iin.Tub  newspaper was The
iry, ,;.-.-pi let khnped, issued
, ��� snign.   'the Gn .eito
.    . ��� - < rl i  'i.i model of tht
���    Aeta    Ultima
: ������.'..   l In tho kilter
wai tbollrsl
i I   d,
. I <���   l-.'lil   ...    .'.,...!��� ,. llH ...
 i ,:.KTS   of   tha
iii    u   it-uilm   . e IwivinK tka
��� oukoys | .me irraphutT, in tha
- in i.metheir  language inu> be
id, nod it may be | us.ihle to con-
�� nil tbem.
-  liu Science���Isn't thnt grand 1   1
they'll ask thu  monkeys, the very
thing, whether wa  ire tin���indent*
i thaaa ar nol��� Naw York Weekly.
THE TATTLER.
Wis* Apm-n PqrlW of rM1n_ tl
���as. (liiiahul her 'History of Pl.li.-We
lhla."
Mm o. Adeline Petti, v l,o lias b'ojn si..
Ir.K in s-\wr/.crlaiid, thinks of adoptl-;;
youth,ill nireo,
L*;dy loiiun, wl;<i-�� death is ennoimw
from   Audible,   WHS 0118  of   tto   leiidfr]
philanthropic workers of ROi.tb  .u. irnil-;
l.iu'v EftnilorH T, ��� ���..-, t ���; ' ..;, .
d .light tr of Lord ia;i.uin, i. ���..��� Uiim moi
trail id mme m d ig now a probationer.
Chelsea Infirmary.
Was Jim, lb s lood, wi* h n a node r,Ki.
of l.i t < oi.v.try plnre to tho liuivcrslty o
California, is w< rth IT.Oyi), 000 .mil is'tln
tiubc-t nuii'arriu! wcmno in iho sluto.
Mrs'. 15; A. l-ee.mti, of Lint oro, >,'. I;
S.'is im Ani" in ' i t I-. no ai.tl m>s 11 e e.\;
hot WiSP Ihov&ll cuts tsi n pi ly il.e il.
ejatic. *iiiih is priacipitily from tbe cast
J.r��. ImhUj- Warren Hocbling, vrifu o
Ji lion 11 Wi'.sliiiifrion A. Ki olilislgof Bvooli
lyu btlitue Ihii e, is i*,u:.ii !��� Tis: ini liei
as n lei liner on topic. Ititi resting to clu'
WDi: en.
M.iii. Cnilierlnu Wttcomli, 88 yenr*.old
_ I.-In (mil henr'.v le-iili nt, i.f r.a'e-in'V;j
.' I��� i. , anl a   brillU of   lt.il, wns v. .ih le "
ditl nr, n Hr, Karl, when In 1C32 bli r.cr
log bi' ������;.���' i ie first in (!-��� (i r. ���'. bi
i�� ititi |  ilan-.nzoo and Oepnito prnltlt)..
I ".���....' tii i'i 'er V" ., :i, ii ii r:.'.
xr.i wu | [IsoiilJ. ttngcliat, ! i* Mrll '1 over;
pi i. In e i ry l:n].,riant olty In iii
,vi Id ��� i'i h - boooinp knov;u to .. ���
rnili'.).i>! giie.n a. 1 receives nnninil ptiwti
over nil tho In!..? 1.   "i In tlr.s coUhtry,
Miss Mollla -'���: iblsson o! Optlyke, Uls .
wi'i ���. i BOO | oii it s and measures 4 ftvt ,
Inches around thu wnls-t. Phelsagooi
oook, a skilled seametre. s, 28 years ol-1
can pick lip B.UOO pi '.ii.it luiri'i < f pyi-i
apt! | -,:t it on ber shoulder and in&Uoa her
sell ::��� ni ritly nseful.
>'.rs dargnret lllalr In Sn 'rnctor '
sewing Ir. ll.a I I'jvri .iiy nt :.;��� v. ���:'���������
Mrs, I'li.ir crljii ^ti p tlio si ll " ������'������ : ��� "i
n.pnt in tho Mlnnerota S bcol ol Agrb ul
tain.in,. liiiiiKi.e'.:-, and theyreoolvaboan
and tuition fi r ?;; a v i ek.
UiM-Mcry H. Cnirbll, v
st Catnlirldco,  Mi!., \\-ai
1 hoiiin.  i^ u (J.. i_.ti-.il.', i.
Inml i". ),;'i , neii �� (.;>
Ella (.'ni roll, v- bose n n
aid  of  tha  1 uiou Cl.ll e iluiing  tliBii--
war 1 ns a  pt i luhTipllt place in tho recpri
st tiie gorernniuut.
tt.'
'TilCITY FROM Win!}
-i    :
ho hn.
:i  dn
���V-.'.l h
Men. nnn Wlij- 'Mil* _l<ytbt,d of "eMIaa
It l_ Nisi ,'.|i,r��. Crurrsnl.s   VUsss-.,r4
Jf ivo iii.lst.tke not, Or. Frbltjot Nam ���
i) bis hi. t. ni.euipt to roach lim north i,,-ir
tmit thu 1' r.im equipped with u BpuuiallJ
luslgned windmill, whioh whun ops-rating
srovo a dynamo aud furnished tho necos-
*.ry cmiimt lor lighting purposes. An
��urmtiter mected on HTO roof of a building
in Park place in this city haa boen for
"-���iri, time. .nee"., fully driving itdyn'imn
in oonneotlon with a gtotngo battery 11:- n*,
ihe current froni which has boon u'tlltxe.
iw.liicanilcacont llglitlng.    From  ��li> it
V.'iil    bu   rssl.il   IlillL   lllUl'0   is   liiltilill^ si.r*
lew in the nppllcatlon of wlml__.i'.�� toth.
Srlving of O.yunniDs. .
There aru prolwbly several reasons **.
Die wludmiil  or  aormotor bus   fi.it  bcuii
uur.v iittlvcrtally adopted for ti'.i abov��
i a: pose.   In tlio firs^ place . tul. a MOtiVi
power Is always mure or  ,<iss  Utiooi.ti''.
.id  cannot  always  hu   depended   ujoi.
Tburo mny he .�� oalui iio-t at nm timo lt i_
found nocessal'JP to looaai'gti tile haitei".'
ui tbo bntturioa may be in  u_u \\ lie.���;  ��
brocxo springs up.  Tbis would nooe.i ���<,.--
having two scis of buticrios nt a.oouB)der
&ldu cost.   Another ren ion why ncrini tot,
bave nut b -en iuoi'u oxtuoslvi ly adopted Is
probably une to Iho fnel that currout oan
now bu gouoratod with Btuaiii as a mo'.ivi
power  vory   enunon.ienlly,   cspooHllly   I-
largo quantities    Tliuoiooting of an mr
iis.vi.tir and tlm iii-inuntion of a nniubor ai
itorage battorles with a dynamo mean u
eonsiderablo ouiJay of money, uspueUiii-.,
-.vhun tbo cost of iiiiii-iteiiance mid ronew
als is taken into aooount, In curtain oases
it may bu found Hint the lnturust on the
botturlos, generator nnd windmill, with
Ihu labor ituui ljgurod in, will oost as
much tn the long run a. the curreut Oould
bu purchased fur on the outsido.
But prnlmbly tho chief reason why tl.e
power of l.hn Wind is allotted to go t
wai.tu wiien it count iie employed for pr:
ur.it mg eleotricity is the samu as tlm
which prevents the inimonsa powor dmh
.iLlo from tho tides in both 4_u< lludsm
and Kast rivers from b.lni/ ulili /f>��_-
Baulcly, ui.:..,.. i.itlsin, or tf not. inek <
progrona, a slowness In avuiiingonr. ulv-
of opportunitios.���Kluclrieity.
In id
tad.
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tie . ti p bo-
til
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step.
wburo it i.
by
boops ei':
i   Uiy
eye!
els ut either
. r>Trap or Kleld a STEVENS
E.i..._.'_. cr DOUBLE BARREL
SJ'OTGtl 1, ia ideal. Low in Price
���!'�����!. in Q'.U'iity���pood gun value
rigl t through! Made in standard
gauges, ler.gths, weights, etc.���
Hammer or Hammerless StyleB.
BTEVEN3SHOTGUNS
BHOOT isiis/ssGHV ANL) STRONG
Cl.lk-.11   NOVJC1
I Kula ty. :i profft��i
���iiv.' V '.fti\.;ti j i'.L.l
ijiurt'nrf (��� ,< A ������ Utr<
.���i;,ti!'. .    li ������ ''.i ���.ti.tiit
cb^aln, wettliip dltwt,
��xpp.f * iircpaU, upon
vecuhitot Catftlos
Vilt-e.
Uatud Catalog ducrlb-
lag er tire output.
Hui i^ttrictive cover
ln color*.   MatU'tl Ior
& c-.ntilntta.npii to
pay postac ���:.
CHIPS Fi.OM CHINA.
Tbcivnrt riltlin nry retinn of the em-
pn .- ii',.'...  r i.i Ci.li awfta io proveni Ui
i-.,..i I : 11 :. :. g li.���li:i!i;iI.C|.ulls .Toui.ml
t iiinn u -y   I* 4,Ui0 years  behind Ihi
''ti.es, but tie eun i i.i up u  Cne i m :: | :���
jf ihe udvanned womaUs ���Indianupolif
si  '.'..-.
'i'bdso ninndnrhis witli three tni!s wbr,
I���:��� i.i tin.u ago im re i i.i l,ii y ji.l.i;, aboul
i.i liuioj.rlmn^ i^.d his yellow jacket an
iiO-V sleeping in tho woods.���Bt. iioui.s lie
;������-. I lie.
i.i flung Chang bas his opponent and
iivi.l," Uhuiig   'it'll ilwtiu, III lioek.     lti
now  Li's "duy  Iii tourt," so to speak
When it Isn't Hupg, It's Chang, and no
bony hut (Ireat Britain mid I.ussia knows
Ibe ,ii-..rewjo.���Chicago Nue.s.
_tAf.WI.M3i8 BV OHOErt.
-*1B��il-i story of IluHiiis, _.!!��� H�� Vmi
l.i.���� nf 8��r<��l��m.
Marriages by crd6r were so cnnnnon,
-i>s I'riueo Kropotkin in Tbe Ailantio,
hat among our tervaiits,  uauh   timt, ���
J. STEVENS
ARMS & TOOL CO.
0. Box 4093.
Chicopee Falls
Mass.
AI.l.
SAINT
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Holy c
Sundays.
Sundays.
tiinim
it 8:31
tt 111
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> a.m.;
1.111.
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and
and
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Matins
11 0
'���< ,'. .
Evensong, -
Sunday Kchi
30 0 ���.:
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11.
iMiday
evening, Lu
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Rev. i.
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I -.'A'i'liOl.lO
i .Services lirst and third Sundav rtf
eacli month at ur.30 a.m.; Benediction, 7:30 ���ji.ni.
I    Sunday school at 3 p.m.
Low Mass.-nd Holy Communion
first and third .Mondays at 6 1
I.
ev. Father
a.m.
Wagner, O.M.I.,
Parish Priest.
Good Ilea .on ti> H.irry.
The trials of a luusicitl aooouipanlst ara
many, if wo may credit all thu stories
told of them. A young professional r��
cently played accompaniments for thu performers at a private entertainment for a
fashionable charity lusting for nearly two
hours.
"Here, you see, I have no chaneo to
take a bmath for tun bars," said thu amateur lluto player. Indicating to the accompanist a passage in bis opening solo.
There aro a  number of sueb  planus ln
i.un^ couplo foresaw tbat they might ba  I my solos, and  if you'll  hurry  tho time
MBTBOWIST.
Services next Lord's Day at n
���!. m.and 7:30 p.m.
Class meeting, after the morning
.etrice every Sunday.
Sabbath School at 2 p m every
Sunday. Prayer meeting every
Thursday evening at 8.
vork
Bcraiilinnk I'nstn.
A.ftnu paste lor scrapbooks oan ba mads
fmin alum water )��ud Hour, VA teaspoon
(uls of powdered alum dissolved iu enough
cold wnter to mnke a pint of pusto.    Pour
! tho nicer, v, In 0 thu ilium is ill-solved, en
[ ano-tsh Uour to thu kin it as still us coro-
II    r.r!;v; it lo n boll, stir r..l tbe
1 whcii Xbt36-.tv.liJ a ftw drops ii
hnus.     'lie alii in  prevents fur-
.md t i.i ull of clovaa prevents
y .   '��� veuutaolo mold.
ti.i-'',
1 t'l
! on-
V   1
Ttiemiti'n of nn oy..'er tangs man'sotsiioi'
���i,, -is of a pair oi rukes: ."��� i mr oi tongs
- |-dr of uip|torh, a cutting fctyard, kovi ral
iitiiie;' i.iii   I..,; i. n i ��� iii !������ ' !   hnl! btr-hc)
bakkou and au  ���������'  i slf i ualiel
The trial g!.l    ;!'���'������ :s   ' lit, '.in
i.ul one i'i tb'i ���,.,:��� - .-i ������ I.: io     ��� '
CENSIBLE SMOKING  RULES.
DLU)v\BIAN COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
founded 1892
Incorporated 1893
Provides a Christian   Home for   Students of  both
Ixes  at  moderate   rates.    Has  a   preparatory   class   for
pior students taking Public School work.     Does High
chool viork and prepares for Provincial Teachers' Exam'
jations,     Teaches all  branches  of a  Practical Business
luurse and confers Diplomas.     Imparts a Liberal Educ&r
Jn in its Collegiate Course, and in the Ladies' Course
|��r M. E. L., and M. L. A.    In Theology confers the de-
fee of B.D.   In University work can take students through
lie complete Arts Course for the  B.A. degree of Toronto
Pniversity, with which the College is in full affiliation.    In
Icience teaches the First Year of Toronto School of Sci-
[iice, and has a Special Engineering Course adapted to
fractical Engineering work in this Province.    In Music, a
sniplete course in theory, voice culture, and piano and
rgan, in conjunction with the Toronto college of music,
rpecial instruction iu art and elocution, while all students
Ire required to take physical training with  all the  priv-
leges of a well equipped gymnasium.
CIs.r��� Them. Ve llnrnera of the t'lKn-
ret (a, und Tube   -Varniug.
Gcnei.ihir.-t Iir. Sojioler publishes In the
Ocntrnlhlatt ?.u GosundheiCspflogoaooij-'''
tlon of "Hints to Smokcv. ," whie.b a,��
founded, ns ihc doctor stntes, upon his
profu-slonul observations fur many years
of ninuih, im th. .-.tiiiuiirb. 1 iiny��P-icni;D and
thin ol Ibe i!; votees oi't'ib iceo.
'iiiu lir.-st ui^l fonm ost rele Is never lo
sn-.oko bofore breakfast, aor. ns a ruin
whun tlio Btoinucli Iseinjiiy Tbis custom
Ir tlio worst possiblo fou of digestions Nov-
?r -inyUo iltti'Uig nny cx0rtl.ii of gn
p'.:.vs:ci.l eacrijy, as dnnoips. running, oy-
olin;;, 'mountain ollinbiii}. or rowing, and
xspei-i'illy U In a contest. Novor follow
"'.he hml custom of tbo French and tha
Russians" by allowing tho smoko to pari
throu^li the nose. Nevor inhale it through
the nosu.
Keep the smoko &a far as possible from
tbo eyos ..ml n.iso Tho longer th;'pipe
tho bettor' 'l'he us;i of a short pipe ilurinfj
work is lu be avoidgd. A pipo is tho most
wholesome furm of snuftAng, u cigar the
noxt, a oi garotte tho worst,. Always throw
away your clgAr when you Intro smoked
four-fifths of it The list end uf it i. the
most hurtful, tn omnia vener.uui. tha poi
son lurks in tho tail.
Ali cigarettes urn bad, liut eastern ri|:a
rctti-s tho wurgt, for they iii'o.akv..,T> cenn
pourt'.eri n Itli sonic degree of tiplllill. 'i in
smoker ongKli to rlnsoont his mouth, uot
only before every meal nnd before going te
bed. but fvsor.-il tii -ics during tbo day The
best rinse lor the smoker is a glass of wa
ter in which a teaspoonful of table suit baa
U. . ���!: Imd. It should bo nreduaa
��� "- i 'i;iit. nml care sin.old be ruku,>
m tbn te. i n ini',-!; wn'sb
l'he pi.,,' _ | .,:er plnco ii in
.mil ii ily n c . i ii'.nlly in tii?
month
.rdciud to marry, although thoy bad n��
iiatnftl inclinntion for cauh other, the?
.-.it; tho preraiition of standing tbgethe*
.? itodtatbcr and godn.othur ut the eliri*-
truing o* n child In one of the peasant
'iimllius. This rondored marriage impos-
silsio, accordiiig to ltusslan church law.
lim stralagam was usually successful, bnt
>nce it ended in a drama. Andrei, tbe
tiiilor, fell in^lnve with a girl belonging
ta one of our neighbors. He hoped that
iiy f.ther would pormlt him to go free,
tw a tailor, in exchange for a certain yoar-
y payment and tlint by working har.l a*
At trade he oould manage to lay sume
eoncy aside and to buy freodoin for the
;iri; otberwiso, ia marrying ono of r.iy
���'���itiier's serfs she would huvo beeon.n the
s-rf of her huabniid's master. However,
I to Andrei aii'l one of the maids cf our
t ! hon.schold foresaw that they might bo or-
| di'tod 'to marry they agreed to unlto .J
���'{fi'parents ln the christening of a ehild.
What they bad feared happened, One day
"ley wore called to tlie mun or, and thi
jreadod order was giVcn.
"We are always obedient te yont will,"
:h:jy replied, "but n few weoks ��t;o w��
m.ed as gedfathar .-.ud godmother at v
ihrlstcnlng." Andrei also explained hit
wishds nnd intentions.
The result was that ho was sent to tlx
recruiting board to becomo a ecidiur.
Military g.rvieo in those timus wastaf'
ilble It required a man to serve tin ycavs
.inder the cojprs, and tho lifo of a solilier
was hard in thu extreme. Illow . from ths
sort.cant and tiitiulVieersaiid (lugging with
oil.i. rod_ i..ii uj-v- Bt!cki< tor tne .-I"'.]
ft fr.ult we-- (bu mini :,i StiltJ ol lift '���:
liu cruelty that was displayed . urp.-i ���..-.-i
.ii imaginat ion
Thus Andrei hnd no'v to faeo for . *
viiiirs the tuiriiiii f.ito of -A soldier, All
hia schemes of bappinesa had coijto *.�� t
.iiilcnt and.
whenever you come to tbciii, it will lie a I
relief to my wifo, for all  my family are
subjuet to apoplexy, and   I've already had
ouo slight attack."���Youth's Companion.
Rev. T. F. Betts. pastor.
Tronble on the Rfniitalpteoe.
"If you'll always giro me full swing,"
observed the pendulum, 'you will never
have any trouble with your hands."
"I don't know," replied the cloek. "If
it Wasn't for your going bock and forth in
���;iy works, I never would have any
strikes."���Chicago Tribune.
ST.
ANDREW S  PRKSnyTKRIAN
Day at   it
._. Bnnk Director.
Stranger���Boy, can  you  direct uie so
the nearest bank?
Boy���I kin for sixpence, sir.
Stranger���Sixpence I    Isn't   that
pay'/
]3oy���Yes, str   but it's bank direotot*
what gits bign pay.���London Punch.
Service* next Lord'
a.m. nnd 7.30 p.m.
Sabbath School at 10 am Midweek meeting on Wednesday even>
ing a*. 7.30 o'clock.
Rev. j. If. White, M.A..
high
BAPTIST.
Is-
Itilinmuu.
"Ab, yes, ' she sighed. "I was robbed
of a lover by th* cruel wur."
"Which one," her dsorost friend asked.
"Tho Mexiean, the civil or the Vunko-
Spunko."���Chicago News.
Sabbath   services ��� Crescent
land, 3 p.m.; Ladner, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday .School at 10:30 a. m.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at
8 p.m.
To make iiuttines nut
i-l il,.- future sou niu_t
put . ���iti��'_;.i-it. Into tlie
present     .     . .
Agents Wanted
Ti'" &ell   Securiticf.
FOB  PALE  Frujt  1,-inds end
  I hi rap       Lorn-*,
City I..it's. Farms and Suburban
li/, IM ��� Cnpp erS I'ey
III st  l> I v i il e n d s   all
ever British
s       Columbia
BRITISH - COLUMBIA - ILLUSTRATED
Contttitiing over too Views,   I'osi paid 25c., Mntnps,
Richest Province in the British Empire.
.-���! witb ii
���1-- I    ii
:.:'.', r  ��� I I.l
M.;
;,-   IH    . lis1   I'l.jllis.
;_ n  favorite subject
makers '  i'roiu a very
tbi?
VI   I, ������!.
'i ;  ��� ��'
wit;, ii 0 epigrti
old I .i!ic   t\'' ti." 11 this:
re was i ciamlnal In a cart
���  ���    n lo b   bangrd;
K(,| .:    t., i   ni 'v.:- granted,
.' ���  ' ,   rl .1   il 0    v.-il 1!: I rtand
Xa I ' If b   v.. nisi m .iry a wife
Or int!:er ehooric to die.
"T'ollu rs   the   worst���drive   on
r.-irt'"
The tiimlp.nl did r ply.
Mure modern li this verso:
I v   uSi advise ;i m:m to pause
I', f.iie he takea o wife���
In �� cf, I '   e no 1 nrilily rause
i'i Bill Hid not !-Ul-_> li>r lifo.
Wbo. by the wny, is iho author who de
neribes 11 se.'nd   ninrritigo  as   being "thi
triumph 0/ boj 0 ovi i ox] erii nee?"
Muniii ' "-' ���< '�� m .li iiiiimhil H i;.ram St
TWjrr.p;   ei'.si!
riinin t. hrs me all made in  he^vpn.
���   ....������..   1    ���       1 ... 1 htsti '    ',
'  ,l,i,|      ;��� 1  .������    tllsllju   I OtllBC
.  ,  . .
.......    ..,...,    .��� ;, ���   .  :  r.
i is.-s-ssr Dtabca.
f ;., , ie Is .   , ni ilie Uliwl tonri'iitrat-
. , forms of ,'i ragouotia lood and ns a
1 ,1     ell mitt] ted to tbo laboring ninn
.!��� iiii.-o woikiug in the open air. When
.. n.;..   cooked, cbwi. .  I��  probablj
... ,> . :,,iv I- in,:!.ileil bj' Iheoriiiliiil'.v
I  , inm Ii lim 1 . .iti'ii raw. unilTiiiid, uu
,..:!,,.I el. e. ��� ah i. it til bo served grated,
in eoiublnatlon witb certain food mate-
rlala cbpcso is Vflluable, but when used
in ibis way should form tbe staph- dish
of tbe uu nl. Miii'tirtmj and elieese, rice
cooked In sloek nild then baked with
cbottst" or cooked with It. us in tbe form
of risotto, should be used in tlio place
of uiotit. .Vn ordinary dinner menu of
incut, potato, iiuunioni and cheese U
not properly arranged. Macaroni nnd
cheese should be used for a luncheon
dish, nud a green vegetable should bo
served with meat nnd potato.
��� 1 led hy
%:.:'    i-ii
1   1 tn lea
I.''.   !'.]
Im., men
in th'u  :
.1: ih.f.s 0!
A  ICorenn  Proeeaato-n.
The priv i _sion I' t'.:e l.ir-.r; v. ���
tho penornl nf lha vnnpttartl ���
li-'i-iiil. su; ; irteil by n t: Iners
i.env and li)"'. 1 il hy urowds
'.iiv.. s, liie., ���.. ilii ne. train, Boi
jarryli;: t lult frisi ci 'il arrow
nearly across theuror.d. nnd 1.
sil',. trocado suni.i., , :ui by | !innea ������'.
pin.' ���:,! ts; servants hi rn-.v.-. cf li'O in tiie
, i _i, iieiiiiitu biiiiiles or blue, frreun vr
mauvu kitk aaiizu over white; hnli i nl' trs,
Uramlces,W.ill with a rctinueul bniiiier
men; dnvs nf royal banner men. eun;. ins
yellow nud bluu silk li:i__'s erairl.zoned:
oavalrynicn In Imitation sold hnltnets
jnd lneUii-.iViil armor and tli^r bunters
ivenrlng coarse Mt black hats with conical
orown. and da:':; blue coats, trailing loug
RHUS.
With soarcoly n pansofollowed the pre��i-
ilii t of tbo Von i'tn clilee, nigh ,'ibbvo tbl)
Crowd in a nibnocyole, a black wheel sup-
pnrtiuKon two upristbts a blank platform
sarryiiift a black chair decorated with c
loopard's sklu, tbe occupant of which wa��
DOrflcd I y eight men at a heljriit of ulgkl
foot from thc ptruund. ���������After thla,
borne 1 ': .h ulofti hy -10 beiiiiir.. i lulbcd 1*
red, tn n : :.| (iii i 'hair of red bu-yier, rich
ly i e -i i i! and i abopiod and v ith winif
10 l.i p nil tho sun, eninii the kinp. v ho&
.' . hi  r ii ^  nevor ohaugod Itjan
"rr-.;:.���:��� , _ he i '   I 1 \ 1th iTI, thedisnlt
.   imi splendor of hi. position through t'
;   _i.iit iiios'.ii.���"\. ism and Tn* l��ei,
I ��ors," by .Mrs. UIsI op.
The   Ptnla-i- n��  n  llnioorll'..
V'_ wi'i.i up to tbo Kb I Yacht blub ti
���| vn tha 'pi's n":iniio'i' [ i it/1 by his u aj
i nutv     lie  was in  i''i. ' "i,.rl.,'  Jolly ha
.... i.   i I latopii'    j of pi sontatiun wi r
iv, 'i. !��� ������ 11 r ��.. ii   n     Ono prjr.n winner
'���a |   fn    ini .nan oliii  r, full.' renlia il  the
Imj   ' ���  in e if tbo i    i     n  nnd was ths j
mow in ii.viiiii!i:i:'i'..s.-i'.i v. In ii with cap In j
���nie hnnd and sword In I ho other he stood
ready to receive  liu prize���u pair of large
fanes
s\t i!m'close of tha kaiser's speech he
banded thc varm t-i tbo Iittlo offloer, who
bitrrbdly put cup under oue aAn, sword
nrili r ihoolheraud reel Ivcd them, where
upon tbo kaiser ii.i.-t d upon HbaUiiii.
hiin's in congratulation, much tothoom-
Ban.: iiii'iit, thii^riiiiind bBss of the win'
ner.".: '1 fio sboiit;; i f laughter from evory
onccl-e. led by bis majesty.
XJiO next  wlnr.er wns  given a  liqueur
Kt and rei'clvod orders not to drink from ,
ali li ttlasscs alone.���Oui ing.
The
Nothing Risked, NothlnK tiained. Nothing Ventured, Nothing W���n.
Splendid   Opportunity to  Invest.
Richest Men in the World are investing in T\ C. Copper
tiokl and Silv.r Mines.      Why can't yon beg n now?
Ihc tirratest (Jold-Copper Discnverv ��f the Age is In ll.C.
n im nil to us. u
Every Dollar Subsurlbtd'tusoil In Development if Mine.
Special Offer���iOcgper Share, will   shortly   advance to $1.00
"1 "'.Minos directly west ol l.e Roi and Le Roi No. 2, shares
sold from 5 ceuts to $100.00; ami Consolidated Mining and
Smelting Co. of Canada, Ltd., shares $150,00 each; the Giant
California, adjoining our own. shares about $iip.6o; Oranby
Mino pain ov< r S3.000,000 Dividends per year; Gold-copper
mines in Ihitish Columbia paid Large Dividends. Big Four
assays trom $5 tn J_8oo in gold, copper, silver, with 32 per
rem. in the Treasury,E}Irivest now
Note���Most ol these mine
over-capitalized even now, pay.
the railway, near smelters.
Rossland Mines received Higbesl Awards lor richest gold-
copper ore sent to St. Louis Exposition. Hiff Pourjhad "Best
Display at Dominion Fair, New Westminster, B.C.
No less than 100 shares fold, All Cash. Above this shares
can be had on instalment plan, or yearly contract, 15 per cent,
cash, balance monthly.
Nearly Two Hiles of  Railway on Property,
ami
; snid   i'or
big dividenc
ou wont re<rret it. ��}
a   few cents once, bu
liig  Four i9 on
Com pain
. ,j ili-his. or 1 ,1 lilies    Send for Illustrated Proapectua audJMook.
'Mining rp-i 1 11 ni." 10 Secretary, witli 5 cents In atampt,
IBIG   FOUR  MINES,   LIMITED
P.O. Box 174, Vancouver, B. C.   Canada.
Iin,
t&m^
1 ��*l 1
__c ��s? ta .
Times
Houtcbody haa lieen   translntlnit '�� ..
T.-itnmn'H "Lenvrsnf flr.iFa" Into 11	
Aa Walt   iiii, M-it  would say, "Gohhl"-
Oleveland l.i.mlir.
Aluinltiiuiu i.uts nro tha newest things
for tiie u��c of KloTiiliko mini rs. Tbe. tne
wall adapted br  liybt bonaakeeiilng.���
Goilnell liluffs (Ia. 1 Nolivareil.
In Dnnvrr All the Time.
'1 would be'afraid t<> _>!aoo much relt-
\neti upon him at n critieal moment He
looks lika a mnn tinaeou. tomed to duu-
etr.''
"Non.cnsel Why. be ll��aa on tha Uaa
of a u-'.siluy road."���Cbtaaoa Pent.
^
��
!ff7J^"F\^^-;>v^-^:iSW^':.^]  ''T*S^I6_^LK��ri�� 3H^Si^i_JS., THT- DELTA TIMES*, TUESDAY, JULT
���Jkh
LOCAL NEW8.
Mrs. R. Devereav,.K went over to
the Terminal City, yesterday, on a
yisit.
Miss Dora Cook is spending her
vacation at home with her parents,
at Tre.nant Park.
T. H. Latimer, of New Westmin-
sj-)jr. spent a cot^ple of days, here,
last week, on business bent.
_.     ...A...   .
Mjss Katie Muir, of New Westminster, is a guest of Miss Irene
Robinson, at Boundary Hay.
M*ss Hazel Shirley returned
hp.uie, Tuesday last, from a visit to
hpr grandma at Fort Langley.
-V E STMINST E R EMPLOY-
MENT A< r.NCY���Under new
mauagftnaOit, 266, "Columbia
."..treat, Phone 366, P.O. Box 807.
Can supply you with all kinds of
help promptly. Farm Hands especially, free of charge. Branch
office, 107 Cordova stroet west,
Phone A2750, Vancouver, B.C.
-i   11 38FS.
gSPEBSRpBHE I   __SK8_W|
Lost.
Two Young Horses ��� 1 black
two-year-old ancl 1 bay mare, 1-
year-old. Strayed Irom Encterby'sj
place, East Delta. Anyone knowing of whereabouts of same, kindly
notiiy
T. DAVIES,
Florist, New Westminster.
Notice of Dissolution.
Guaranteed upon absolutely safe security���first
mortgages ou substantial city properties SEVEN and
Eight Per Cent. Guaranteed, free of all charges,
upou sums ranging from Five Hundred Dollars up.
White, Shiles <&
New Westminster, B.C.
Agencies Represented���
Unrtlord Kire Insurance Co. Iu. uraii cp Cy. ol Norlll Amencn
I'iianiv iusurnnce Co. of Brookly.    The ocean Accident it Guar sot ee Corpora-
CDtinectlcut Kire Insurance Co. tiun, I.til., of I.omlon, ling.
Imperial Trust Co.. i.t il. Vancouver, B.C.
I L..J,  .L.UJJU g?
�����.JJ-
.������   - tU.J. -
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Morrow, ol
���Vancouver, are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Oeo. McClttskey, of Crescent
Island.
t__ 1 .���..;   1     ..   .... i
The.S.S. Sonoma leaves Ladner
aX, 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.; returning, leaves Steveston at 9:30 a.m.
and 4:30 p.m.
The,. Misses Walker, 0! New
Westminster, returned' bome, this
morning, after a short visit to their
Upele, A. Walker.
Friends ot Mrs. Jas. Follis will
bis pleased, to learn that she is much
improved in health, though the
oprse is still- there.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting
between us, the undersigned, has
been this day dissolved by mutual
cpnsent. All debts owing to the
said partnership are to be paid to
E. T. Calvert at Ladner, B.C., and
all claims against Ihc said partnership are to be presented to the said
E. T. Calvert by whom the same
will be settled.
* Dated at Ladner this   ist  day of
July, A.D. 190S.
E. T. CALVERT,
U. G. LEWIS.
Notice of Dissolution,
Mts.  Tf   W.    Foster    returned'
hpraer,ci\Ttjijesdav last, accompau- partnership
ifi  hy het sister, Mrs. Dan Cam-
��foi|, ot New Westminster.
Notice ir,  hereby  given that the
heretofore   subsisting j
between  r,s,  the   undersigned,   ns j
butchers and  cattle  dealers in the |
Village  of. Ladner,  has been  this;
'day dissolved   by   mutual  consent. J
H-i B.  Forest,  fireman   oi)   the jAn debts owing t0 the said partner-!
lfcal,G.l^R. Express, left, Friday, |ship are to be paid {fl T  w_ Fcater
fy Seattle, being relieved here by |at Ladner a.foreRaid, and all claims
��� McNeill,, of Everett, Wash. 1 agaiust the said partnership are to
1 ...._.. .   ., .���rrm <bz   presented   to the   said   T. W.
M\��. L. E. Hopkins, of Vancou- -Foster by whom tlie   same  will  be
\pr, accompanied Ly her   family of Jsettled.
Dated at Ladnerthi
We are Complimented
every day on the splendid results obtained
in making bread from,
Royal Standard Flour
HI      ���III _������_���_���____��� ���!���!'        ���HI...!���!������- _���       ...    ll    ��� -I.. ��� ��� I I I I.J       I        HI        I        -,
Every new customer means a continuous user of
this reliable fyrand.
Manufactured in Vancouver from Canadian
No. 1, hard wheat, we have in our ROYAL
STANDARD a flour which is superior to most
other brands, and inferior to none.. We guarantee every sack.
Sold by W.. H. SMITH..
MANUFACTURED   BY
Vancouver Milling I Grain Co,, Ltd.,
To notify the people of Ladner and sms
pounding district that we are now m a
position to ofter Vancouver Island
Per
Cement
At greatly reduced prices, making it pos-*
sible for parties who contemplate building
to- put in concrete foundations at about the
same cost as piling or other inferior
material.,
Write for Prices..
L3?
L\izz uL.tm * .���.'.ii.
BROS.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
b. c,
I 1- IJJLAL-JJW I
tf_'o cjiildren. is visaing her sister,
M^rs. M. E. Wharton., lor a couple
of,-Uf eks.
Mjsses.KLatie and Fanny Pearse,
of Boundary Bay, returned home,
Of\ Thursday, after spending a
cpv,Dle,of weeks visiting friends at
'^apj>er\<y}_
tst day
July, A.D.. 190S.
JAS. McCALLAX,
THOMAS W. FOSTER.
of
WSJiep .you swish to buy visiting
Cjjrdsj call oq the Delta Times who
will, sell ihe, bs$t money can buy.
1^ yo-Vfw;ed.them printed, why you
��re money _iit pocket by calling on
to,Delta Tinges fust.
��� at. ���-" eca '.-.'..   ���
lm$ Rer-isfrv Ret.
Re Part 13s Acres, of Lot 177,
Group II., District of New Westminster.
A Certificate of Ipdefeasible Title
to the above property will be issued
j to William Attenborough Kirkland
Ion the 10th day of August, 1908,
unless in the meantime a valid objection (hereto b? made to me in
[writing by a person or persons
.claiming an estate or interest there-
vanccuve:
c.
If You Have Not Ordered Your
BINDER TWINE
We want YiOIR eggs.    Taken
tVe year round you will make from !in' or in au* Part tbereof>
5.to 10 per cent,  bringing them; *" v-  lv^llII>
b��p...    We   are   paying   32  cents., District Registrar of Titles.
p^r.dozco' tOfyyouj Egg9h   N.B.-i     I':uul Kegisny Oil..--, New \W_i-
Qnly ��.fc?>ctly fr^'-1 e889 wanted
Ki��r*hall Smith & Co., Ud.
minster, B. C July nh, 190a.
See Us Before You Do,,
"*�����������!���������memr.��������^mm***^.^mmf*.
Cherries, Currants and
AH Other Berries Wanted
SILVERWARE,
Gut Glass*
All Kinds of Jewellery..
New Stock.
Call and See Then..
Jl. Clausen,
LADNER.   B.  C.
That new Harness you need?"
Don't think you can't afford it
till you've given us a chance.
We sell uo inferior"goods, na
old fashioned appliances.
ALL OUR HARNESS
is made from the best of
leather in ihe most workmanlike manner. Blankets,.
Whips, Halters and every-,
thing a horseowner needs.
Also
B. C. Leather Co., Ltd.
112 Hastings Street,  Vancouver,  B. C.
BTmmM
New Potatoes, Immediately. I
1    The perBon or persona having in
~rrTS;    ~ *" I their custody or possession  the ioi*
Thei* will be another l.'.seball lowing TitI��J Deeds relating to the
njsttch o*. Thursday, evening be- ����d property are requested to de-
^w��en tbe married men aud the! hver the ;-ame to lhe undersigned:
bfKhelors... This gape will, no1 30,1i April, 1887, deed, John Kirk-
dpi4bt. prove very iBjertstiilR 9V& land4�� Edgar.Franklin Kirkland.
tl^re should lie a  large turnout of. CORBOULD & GRANT,
spectators.    The game  will  eoin-i Solicitors-for applicant.
HjUiice shortly after 6 o'clock. j N^w Westminster, B.C.
Don't forget that we want
All Your Poultry
1
at the very BEST PRICES
Am
When You Require
fjBm) '������-'- 	
*** Furniture,, Cerpe^s, Lin-oleum,. Window
Shad^ or Any Article of Furniture cr
household Furnishings a. visit to LEE'S
^TORE will convince ycu that there is the
$IG3.T PLACE TO BUY,
^iajtors Welcome.
Anything arid Everything
In the way of Farm Produce and Machir.-
ery handled,. besides a Few Specials for the
Farmer's Wife.
a*wmm*m*
tEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM,
]|PW WESTMINSTER,
B. O,
F   T. QLVERT,
LADNER,   B.C.
OENERAL
DEALER
state ci
W.   L.   McBRIDE*
General ricrchant
Phone 5,   -   Port Guichon
Produce Stored and
Shipped Direct
To All B. C. Ports, i
r'di
\ ol. 5, No. 40.
LADNER, B. C, TUESDAY. JULY    ', 1908.
W*
Haying Necessities-
it pays to use the very best salt you can obtain
lor your Hay. WE HAVE IT. Ask for LIVERPOOL
COARSE SALT.
Hay Forks and Carriers,  Blocks, Cable
and
Everything Necessary for Making Hay.
iiiiWfl
I pffpi
>.--, ;_y- .-  w3
Bxe ,sli rfaJcli.
ifkci.
Ottawa, July 11.��� Mr. R. r,. Borden presented a mass ol   figures  to
The   ball
I
evening,   Ml
game,   on
rrted  vs.   Sin
u
e :e.
day
was
FRUIT  JARS.
500 Bogen,
Pints, Quarts and   Half Gallons.
Dry Goods.
tttnoier Vests* Hosiery, Neckwear,
Veilings, Belts, Sunshades,
Bathing Suit3 and Gaps.
Ladies" and   Children's  Footwear.
the House on Tuesday by which he I
attempted to prove that tiie cost  to
the country of the  Grand   Trunk
Pacific would be ?250,ojo,r.oo.
Ever since this gve.it national eu-
terprise was entered upon by the;
Government with the distinct man- i
date of the people, the Conservative i
Party has interposed objections; be-1
littled the scheme, aud created dif- j
Acuities lor the administration.
i very exciting and there was r, t a
dull moment from star t - finish.
The game was not decided until the
last half of the ninth inning, wben
the approaching (lark:.ess made it I
difficult for the old boy. to locate
the sphere.
Good battery work ami good.base
runnii g won the game for the
you.igsters, while tbe heavy hitting
by Doc Clark   and   Wilson  on thc.
| married   men's   team  would make
Ham Hyatt ashamed of himself.
I    The old 1 oys  are  going' io have
at   them   again   and
13.���
great
Obstructing' National  Enterprise
The obstruction to.the enterprise
has taken many forms. It was ridi-' another  try
culed,   regarded   a.s   unnecessary, | think they can  put it all over the
kids next time.
looked upon as an engineering impossibility. Then the obstruction
took the form of alternate schemes,
The score by-
lows:
innings was as foi-
ancl in this regard  the OppositionIMarried  ...i   i 3 2 o 1 o o 4���1.
were prolific in ideas.   The last and Single  o 2005 3 2  1 2���13
most pernicious form ot enmity   to-      Following are the teams:
wards the .undertaking is  found in j    Married ��� Woodley   2b,   H.  N.
the.estimate  Mr. Borden   now sub-j Rich c, Wilson p, Bown ss, Ganges
mits  as  the  probable  cost  to the-[3b,   Barker  r��   H. J. Hutcherson
j ib, Smith ct, Doe Clarjc If.
New    Westminster, Jiflv
_
The market yesterday was  a
success, there being a  iaige attendance  of  both   buyers   an 1   sellers,
with a bif-k and  satisfactory   business tor all.    Horses show a   tend-
I ency   lo   weaken   in   price.    The
! most noteworthy feature of yester-
| day's sale was the   large   supply of
green vegetables of all kinds, which
1 were all disposed of at quotations.
There was a good supply of beef
; and the call was equal to the sup-
, ply. Of mutton and lamb the offering was fair and the demand
j good. ...ll prime veal sold at old
j figures, without difficulty. Pork
i was very limited.
Eggs remained firm with a large
; supply, Butter continues firm at
I 30c. There was a good supply of
; hens and the demand for birds in
] condition was large. There was a
fair offering and demand for chick -
. ens. Broilers sold readily. The
1 number ol young ducks was large
; and prices fell to $5 a dozen.
The supply of fresh vegetables
was exceptionally good. Growers
complain that the nrices have fallen
from last year's figures, but the
housewife benefits from cheap vegetables. Radishes ai:d' onions were
largely called for, and peas, carrots
and turnips all sold readily. Rhubarb reached the market in fair
quantity. The demand for new
potatoes is biisk; old kinds are now
Summer Underwear, Work Shirts.
Gloves, Harvest Shoes.
Headquarters  for Working  Men's
Outfits.
High  Grade  American   and   Can-!
adian Shoes.
.McCALL   PATTERNS.
Full  Stock of McCALL   PATTERNS.    Ask  for  Free
S*: FASHION SHEET.
people  belore  the  railway is com
pleted. Single���Maxwell 3b, Webster p,
This latest attempt  to embarrass i F. Guichon c, J. Guichon cf,  Betts
the government in the   building of |s?.   Dickermau ab,   V. Guichon rf,
the Grand Trunk Pacific, is clearly I R- Clark If, Gifford ib.
aimed at the credit of the  govern-,    Umpire, Mr. Kenny.
ment, aud is designed to place diffi- I 	
culties in the way oi raising capital      ...y,,.-   vxrATER   OUESTION
for this vast undertaking, and iu this; /, r, \ j v"
regard the action is unpatriotic and
unworthy a public man and   leader jEmTox Di.r.TA Twins*. M	
ot a great political party. Sir: Many of us have read of the I practically a drug en  the  market.
The value of any presentment, by ��� war made cu Dr. John H. Ranch j The supply ot cu'; flowers, especi-
Mr. Borden of the cost of building I by the stingy politicians of the city j ajjy carnations and sweet peas, was
this road, may be estimated after of Chicago, a quarter of a century exceptionally large aud buyer .'were
talcing into consideration the his- j ago, for his attempt to secure au j nulrl(.,-ous_ p,Jt plants have little
torical lact that   Mr. Borden enter- I improved water supply for that city.! can 110w
tained no less thnn nine different ;0.i almost every occasion .dema-' Xhe'call for fruit was brisk all
methods with regard to tbe building gogues, including the then city en- j day.,.; Tlie strawberry season being
of the railway. They may be gineer,railed at tbe theoiy of water-
briefly described as follow-. born   typhoid   and   diarrhcea!   dis-
Borden's Patchwork Railway.     |eases' but l0"day ""l 01,,-v  U,e city
ol Chicago but the   whole  civilized
world acknowledge  that   "Ranch"
Marshall Smi
ATTEMPi'liU I-LBuU-Y.
On. Wednesday night last,, two
4 it known ir.eu made au attempt to
entei W. H. Smith's grocery store
at Boundaijy Bay. Two suspicious-
lpokh-g characters were noticed
hanging around dining the day
but no one heedtd tl em. Alter retiring foi th�� night, Mrs. Smith ]
heard a faint noise aud, taking her
revolver along,, --he rroceeded to investigate* Presently, it was discovered tbat a pane ot glass had
been removed1 and an arm was ou
the inside trying to open the win-
$toiy. Whereupon Mrs. Smith
tyent oyer nearer to the intruders.
Hfith the loaded revolver levelled
Hid ready for action. Tbe woulti-
Ve robbers, however, saw the weapon and with a "J C , we
Ull',
'j. C. BRUCE."
CHANGE OF  ...An. bE^VlCB
Commencing on the 20II1 inst.
(yesterday), the following mail service took effect:
Mail for Westminster leaves on
the J. C. Bruce at 7  a.m.; arrives j House
The launch J. C. Bruce male its
initial trip en Saturday last, leaving
New Westminster at 2 p.m. and arriving at Ladner at 3:10 p.m., calling at way ports. ;
Commencing yesterday thej. C.
Bruce carries the Westminster mail;
leaving  Ladner  at  7  a.m. and re- j^^^^h^^^^^^^^^^^h
turning  leaves  Westminster  at   3 S.S. Sonoma at 3:30 p.m.;  arrives
pjn, Ifrom Vancouver at [0:50a.m.
______________ I     Mail   for  Westminster  closes ��t
,7:15 p.m,
Wheat,  shorts,  bran,  flour  arid
feed  delivered  promptly for you��� |
1.���To construct a railway trom
Coteau to Jacques Cartier Junction
as a connecting link between the
Intercolonial and the Cauada Atlantic Railway.
2���To purchase the Canada Atlantic Railway.
3.���To build a connecting link
between the Western territories ol
the Canada Atlantic trom Scotia
[Junction to Sudbin v.
4 ���To buy that part of the C. P.
R. from North Bay, around the
shore of Lake Superior to Port
William.
5 ���To assist in improving the
glades on the C. P. R., or the Canadian Northern or both, from Fort
William to Winnipeg.
6.���To assist the Grand Trunk
from Winnipeg to a poi..t neai lid-
monton.
7.��� To build from Edmonton lo
the Pacific Coast.
S.���To build a Colonization road
fiom Quebec to Winnipeg.
9,���To develop all the waterways and ports ol Can ida.
Involved   i notmous   Expenditure.
Tins   most   most   extraordinary
propoSa', gravely  pieiented 10 the
an alternative policy  to
was rig.it, aud Chicago, since that
dav, has spent millions in improving her water supply.
Just as Chicago, 25 years ago,
was resting content with its polluted water system, so we have
been pinning our faith on a mixture of filth and water, caught from j per Ib; forequ^ter.S, 6c Io 6'-.
roofs on which birds have roosted
throughout the entire summer; but
such is the adaptability of the
human mind and stomach that we
can   contemplate    ibis    fact   with
practically over, uo prices were
quoted at the stalls. Raspberries
and cherries, however, have taken
their place. Both sold readily at
quotations for firm stcck. There
Was a firm demand for blackberries,
of which the offering was large.
Best quality cherries rose a cent on
the past week.
The following are the prices that
rilled during the day:
Beef,   hindquarters,   9c    to   ioc
Mutton, 12c to 13c per lb.
Lamb, 14c per lb.
Veal,   small,   nc per  lb;  large,
e)C to ioc.
Pork, Mc to gc per lb.
serenity. Eggs,  wholesale,   30c   per doz;
The question of securing a  sup- retail  ".so.
ply of pure water !or the Delta is j    Butter, 30c per lb.
no  longer   in   the  agitation stage, I     FowlS]   ��6oo to g7#so per doz.
but exists as a fixed purpose in the LyckenS) gS-00 t0 ��5 00 per ao7_
minds of the  ceopls.    We realize;    Broilers, f3.50 to $5 per dozen,
lhat this question is  th.  most vital j     DuckSi g5 00 t0 ?6 .Q a doz
one that has ever  occupied   our at-;     potatoes, old, $t.S to jj&ao per ton;
teution.   Tlmt it   is imperative we  new, $1.50 to #1.75 per sack.
from Westminster about 4:30 p.m.
Mail for Vancouver leaves on Ibe
W. H. Smitl
are up against il," ducked and disappeared in the darkness. They
will think twice before they return,
no doubt.
j SACKS    and    SACK    TWINE,
Bran, Shorts, Corn and all kinds
I    of Feed.
the Government scheme, would
necessitate tbe expenditure oi over
>i6o,000,000, in the acquisition of a
patehw.rk batch of railways, joined lo.ither in places, by dinky
roads upon which millions would
bave lo be expended to bring them
up to modem form. T is was the
Opposition idea of a National
Transcontinental Railway, To
prove that this was really the alternative scheme submitted by the
Brackmai.-Ker   .Milling  Co., Ltd., j Opposition extracts are given   from
H. N. RICH, Agent.        |     .   .���.' 1 ,--���   .	
Ladner, B, C,"    (Continued nn  Second Pa'gg.l
Raspberries, $1.50 p.T rratc.
Blackberries, �� 1.75 a crate.
Black currants, 7c per lb.
Red currants,   c.
Gooscleirie-', 5c to 7c p.T lb.
Cherries. 50 to 7c per lb.
BADLY NEEDED.
make this country a fit ; lace to live
in, a fit 1 lace Ibr people to come to.)
We cannot ex; ec.  population  by
lemigrati n   o   i-n.,   as eve areun-j
able to bold out ini. c men's iii the j
way ofthe ordinal., comforts ol life
and we well know that  this need
hat, driven   hundreds  i!  not thousands away from our shores.
Vou   know, Mr.   i,.,iiui,   1h.1l.   I I
man is largely what he m ke-' him-   ��� .���   ���
self    .So it is w.ith a nation, a mu-1
nicipality or a  lo   n,    Nature has      "Water,   water everywhere, hut
dole  more  for some tilth others 1 not a drop to  'wash in.'".���Adapt?
She has I cen lavis   in   hi r  i:i ts p j e 1 fr ,:t, '-ye  v, cient MtfnneT "
this  Delta.    She   lias given  us   a      A voung mm  who  said   he was
neb   sou,   favorn le   situation   and      .    ,      _   ,
climate, and sbe I as placed us here i ��� 9sd at l^aet, lv;l* lntc'>' arrtst-
to improve on these gifts, to make ; ed in a nearby towa. His appear?
this the garde . spot of Cauada ��� ance was such that one ot the
Are we content ti go ahead in the guards took him to the bathroom,
lull strength of youth developing Ly bim t0 pee.. (ff and get in,
and   improving.'   or   hive   we   al-       ,,,,,,     , .,.'_, -,,
ready  grown  o'd   and  cramped in      "What! get right in the water:
our ideas and willing to fall behind |     "Why,  yes, have a bath.    Yon
in the race?
S-:c re'y y urs,
A. A, KING.
"Why,   yes,  have a bath,
look as if you  needed  oue.    How
long is it since ycu had one?"
"I neyer was arrested hefij-e!'' IHE DEI    ������.   tlUUi
...:\     ST.,    ':a-:-
THE   DbLTA TIMES.
I'U BT.-SiiKD   1TVERY TUESDAY.
Subscription. $1-00 Her year.
��� ������r-.��� ^i'T 'fFJ ���-���*�����^-
w. c. t. u.   (fashion Stables*
TMIK
OF
ADVKAT1SIC BATKfi.
Ctsiul Advert!iementi, iq peal* per lUxe for
[Jm. tirst insertion, and 5 ceu taper line for each
mbaequent insertion. Tbe number ot lines
reckoned by the spaoe occupied, tajtlmoato the
nch.
Kates tor Commercial Af3vestlaem��ata can be
St��d ou application nt thU k>thot-..
Reading notices,ii> fe��U per: Une .or each in-
lertion.
Birth aud Jieaih..i.xtc-__i, sec., M&rrtmges$i.uo.
Ajjyt special uoiicc, tbe objeat ot which Is to
 >_...__..���,��� _.���_r_ ....���f Individual
Tertisemeut
proii'oLethe p_.euj_.iary benefit" of any Individual
or O-ipipniiy. to be ccuusltltrred
and charged accordingly.
,    A^t advcrtlaemehU churge-J  for until ordered
Out aud paid I'or.
Correipoiidence invited ou matters ot public
tale���*. Communications in editor must be ac-
C&mpanted by name of writer, not necessarily
for publication, but. as evidence of Rood faith.
Correspondence until rea^h thl-koffi-Ce by Thurs-
my, evening,
Gao. R.
MAHUt-Y,
Manager.
TUESDAY.  JULY    21,  I908.
At the Inst meeting of the Council   the   matter   of  rebuilding   on
CONSUMPTION
LIQUOR..
It is given out from Ottawa that
Canada's consumption of hard
liquor and tobacco both declined
appreciably during the past year,
and most thoughtful persons will
regard the announcement with
satisfaction. The like result is
noticeable in many countries and in
larger proportion. For, be it observed, Canada is one of the most
abstemious countries., in the world
in the matter of liquor consnmp- j
tion.
A friend has sent its a. lengthen-j
ed-extract from Bonfort's Wine and
Spirit Circular, the- American organ of the liquor trade, wbich de-.
plores the general dullness of bu. i-j
uess in that line and the steady advance of the anti-saloon movement.
"We have just lost North Carolina
by a big majority," says the Circular. "We have a big fight on
with great odds against us in Tennessee.      We   are   losing   ground
Trucking and  Draying.     Livery Work of
All Kinds Attended to Promptly.
All Kinds ox Firewood Always On Hand.
. M. CGLLINSON, Phone n, iwn.ii, E.f.
strengthening   the    bridee   across steadily in Indiana and during lha
Challuckthan.Slaugh wa^discussed |next twelve 'aonths we sha11 have
,    ..,       , .. ,  | persistent warfare in Ohio,  West
s.nd,.although, no motion was made
to the effect, it was decided to so
Strengthen it that threshing- outfits
W.ill (be>able to cross in safety during, the coming harvest.
Farmers are cautioned against
allowing men to work ior their
board. A case was np i�� the police court, ou Wednesday last,
when a farmer* from East Delta was
sued for wages by men. whom ha-
l$ad. assisted in that way-^-giving
tjiem-odd jobs to,do for their board
-jhile they wejre waiting for haying.
Shoes for Everybody
Some Shoes look well and wear  badly, others look badly
and wear well,
Ours look well, feel well and wear well,
We uot only aim vet  having the latest styles, but honest
goods as  well.
We have All Sizes and Widths and can Pit Any
Foot Accurately and for very Little Money
It wont do any harm to start dealing here.
JNO. REAGH,   LADNER, B. C.
T.A&E SOME.
"Vanoouver papers.are wasting a
good deal of energy in hammering
Victoria, Why all this pother over
a moss-back town which canuot
provide itself with water fit to take
a bath in to aay nebbing of drinking, a town in whose streets one
r^sks life and limb to drive over, a.
qjty so fossilized tbat it has not
enough energy ta it to realixe that
\\ is.ready for its own. funeral."���
Virginia, New York,,Illinois, Missouri, Texas, Washington and
others States.
Quotations are given frcm the internal revenue returns which show
a decrease in three months of the
revenue frcm whiskey and  beer, as
compared   with   the    like   three
months of last year,, amounting to |
$41859,744.    In  nine  months past |
the revenue from whiskey and beer
fell off about $io,poo,ooo.   These
figures show that tbe tide- has turned against the liquor traffic ia the
United sStates with even more force
and* sweep than in Canada.
��� The liquor interests are making
a determined  fight  to hold   their
ground.    Tbey are even proposing j
to reform the saloons, to regain the |
lost  respectability   of the   traffic, j
"The fight is national  and   it is-l
fierce,"   exclaims  the   Wine and
Spirit  Circular.     And  it adds in
alarm, "the Anti-Saloon  League is
more   thoroughly- organized   than
any political party, and  its work is
continuous.''    Well, more power to
the Anti-Saloon League.   And tbis
.is not a good time tor politicians to
be seeking tbe support of the liquor
trade, which is everywhere becoming  more- and more discredited.���
Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done.
The Celebrated Registered Standard-bred Stallion
*��� Philo Stone n
(37357). Eec. 2:21*4-
Sire���ALEXES, 2.18.      Dam���LUCEI-T.Fi, 2.23^
Foaled, 1900.   Dark bay, 16 hands 1 inch.    <������
NOON. NIGHT.
Monday, S. Morrow's Farm; Dr. Wilson's Farm.
Tuesday, Gilchrist's       "   ; R. E  Kittson's   "
Wednesday, R. McKee's"    . F. J. Coulthard's "
Thursday,I. Johnston's  "    ; Loney Bros.'        "   Elgin.
Friday, j. McElroy\s
Cloverdale; Sullivan Rro's.     "
Saturday, S. Hufi's        "    ; G. B. Embree's, till  Monday
K. A. S. Scholefleld, Esq,, George Brown,
Victoria, Owner. Stud Groom
Incorporated 1869.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED, - $4,000,000
CAPITAL PAID-UP,        - - $3,900,000
RESERVE FUND, - - $4,390,000
Total Assets Over Forty-Five Millions.
Accounts of Out-of-Town Customers Given Special
Attention.
BANK BY MAIL.
the Delta Saw iilih
������ IH I I'm    .     < mmmmm^mmm. ���"'������ ��� ������ ������ ���' i���nw       -'Hi    ***���   I��� ���!_-���I.    ___-���,-.
Are Prepared to ....
Furnish All Kinds of
ROUGH   &   DRESSED  LUMBER
At LOWEST PRICES. Also
Shingles* Doors, Sash and
House  Finish  of All  Descriptions.
B. C; Saturday Sunset.
Unless the people of Delta get! Chariot.etown (P.E.I.) Guardian
busy- beforo long, newspapers will
be making  nasty   remarks   about
'.hem.
UNSATISFACTORY.
Considerable dissatisfaction is ex-
jjt&ssed at the changed mail service.
When   the   previous   change was
m��de it was petitioned for by Delta
and'Delta being tHe most interested
we fail to understand why Delta
vyds not consulted before making
tjje present cljange.,  No, objection
i$ mada to ghsjng Sunbury   ard
Woodwards a daily mail service,
tyjt there was no need, to interfere) Jacques Cartier Junction,, and  the
Wfth'Ladner. ' acquisition of the C: A. R. to Depot
.-.__. ,.   t        .       I Harbor would place the I. C. R. in
No, object ton would  have been , , r	
a much better position than it is  at
pised about the changing of the present."   (1903^.8996).
(Continued trom  First Page,)
Hansard in Mr. Borden's own words
wherein he advocates everything
alleged here.
The numbers- correspond with
those- given above.
Extracts From Borden's Speech.
"_ and 2. If however,-, the Canada Atlantic Railway commends itself to the judgment of experts and
from what information-1'can obtain
with regard to it. I should think it
ought to commend itself, and I
would think that the extention of
the I. C. R. between "Cotes-m   and
The  BEST Water   Tanks  Are
Made at This Mill.
Savings Department.
Accounts may be opened with deposits of ONE DOLLAR
and Upwards;     Interest paid, or credited, quarterly ou  31st  March, 30th June, 30th
September, 31st December.
K. D. SIMPSON, Manager,  LADNER. B. C.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
i| urn m an na t
���> ���������
mnil service, wet venture to state, i
satisfactory freight aud�� pa.senger
accommodation had been provided
with it..
Should the Transftr be talaen off,
tU$n what ?
Mrs. Hopkins and children, of
Vancouver, and Htr. and Mrs. M.
B^ Whartpn and family spent Satr
tuday at Chewassen.
ss, w ' ��� " .   1 ��� -
Tb��-death occurred, y .rd_y,
a^Canor- pass, of Mr.. Eliza Morris
widow of the late Ca( t Morris, at
t& ftjripe ag^of 79 Years, deceased
yfe.4 born in J^lince Edward Island,
zni came to B. C. 14 years ago.
3bf4feayes a,.30n and daughter. T;he
ipnmnl took place this afternoon,
W- p, F. Betts officiating.
"3, I have suggested the extension of tbe I. C. R. to Georgian
Bay.1���If we acquired the C. A. R.
we could- build a line from that
point to join the C..P. ft. at or near
Sudbury. Ky that means the I. C.
R-.. besides being ex tented to Georgian Bay,.cou!d'be joined by a line
about 120 miles in length to thej
C. P; R. running noth of take
Superior."    (1903, p 8996).
"4. T say it would 1 e a proper
and wise thing for this Government
t 1 acquire that Railway from North
Bav to Fort WiTlia-m. and make it a
national highway of Canada, giving to the Grand Trunk Pacific,
the Canadian Northern and the I.
C. R.s as well as the CP. R. run?
niug powers over it." (1903V p.
8999).
"5.   The third point which   I
would submit to the consideration
of the House as a sound policy is
to assist in improving the grades of
one or both lines from Winnipeg to
Fort William, npo-.\ conditions that
complete control of rates is obtained, and that the- Grand Trunk
Railway shall have running powers
from Fort William to Winnipeg."'
(1905. P 9000).
"6. The foiuth point upon
which I propose this policy is this,
it will assist tbe Grand Trunk Pacific on reasonable terms. If they
guarantee to build a line north of
the Canadian Northern Railway,,
.and us far west as Edmonton or.
soin-e adjacent'' point.." (1903, p
9001).
"7. Al some point this side of
the Rocky Mountains there should
be a common point, a junction between the Canadian Northern and
the Grand Trunk Pacific Railways,, from that on to the coast
there should be one line. This line
should bt built by these companies,
by such an arrangement as would
give tbem ioint control. Should
there-be any difficulty in coming to
such ni arrangement the govern-1
ment should build the line itself I
and maintain control, and give
these railways 'or a term of years,,
running powers over it." (1903,
p 9001);
"8. I Have some donbt as to
whether or not tbat treat northern
country can compete, as early as
.we would desir-, with, the great
western b< untr\\ But ,1 am not
dispos d to minimize its importance
in any way*, and to my mii.d the
rational way. of dealing with that
road from Winnipeg to Quebea is
this: To thoroughly explore and
understand it, and then to build
that li 1. fiom Quebec to Winnipeg
as a colonization road, according to
the requirements of the people aud
as colonization demands." [1903,,
p 9002].
"9. Mr. Eorden advocated thorough equipment of national waterways and lake ports." [1903, p
9003].
These verbatim quotations frcm
Hansard prove that Mr. Borden
seriously presented this as a proposition to solve the transportation
problem ot the west.
A ladies' jacket was foundv on
the Trunk road, Monday, July 6.
Owner may have same on proving
property and paying for this notice.
���T. PINNICK, Slough road.
Leave your order for preserving
peaches. Gut first shipment due
to arrive next week. We also expect one more lot of preserving
apricots in a tew days���W.. H.
Smith.
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ae.
A nyono Binding . p.ctoh raid (leneri i.tl.-sn!.��_
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li -..islrletl. -Ontldcrttlu). HANDBOOK on Patent*
quickly nsaortaln onr opinion frea whether an
I nvoutVra IA probably liatentnl.e.  Communlcft.
.but liods Oldest agency for ftecurlnffjpatenta.
Patent! token through Munn 4CD. -
(Westminster Branch')
Time Table
Cnrs le .-ie Westminster lor Vancouver at 5.50
and 6.50 a.m. and hourly thereaft...- lyutil ji p.
ni.; Saturdays and Sundays at 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver Ibr Westminsters at 0.50
and ^.50 a. 111. anil hourly thereafter until 10 p.
m.; Saturday, and sundi-ysat u p.m.
FREIGHT CARS.
We run lirst-class freight cars between Westminster und Vancouver an<l all shipments are
haudlettivitli the utmost, eare and delivered to
consignee svithout delay Special attention paid
to frmt shipment., oui wagons meet all bouts
and trains.   Por rutes, etc upply to
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Westminster. H. C.
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Rpom l. Ellor.d Block. NeWWertmlnster.
for Spring Clean-Up.
Pure ami Vigorous Brood will keep
you in good health.
WA-HOO HERBS
will give you
Good and Pure Blood.
Send  50c for trial $r.oo- package
(two months' treatment)-..
Agknt Waited.
Trees
Plants
For the
Farmv Garden, Lawn or
Conservatory.
Reliable " Varieties at Reasonable-
Prices.' No Borers. No Scale..
No fumigation to damage stock.
No windy agents to annoy vou.
Buy direct and get Trees and Seeds
that Grow.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray
Pumps, Spraying Material, Cut
Flowers, etc. Oldest established
nursery on  the mainland of  B. C
Catalogue free.
11. J. HENRY'S Nurseries,
Greenhouses and Seedhousea
VANCOUVER*   -   B. C.
We-ftoo Remedy Co.,
Vancouver,. B.C.
Mandolin J
Having been requested to- start a
Mandolin Class, am now pr����
pared to do so. Sox. t,ern��.., etc.��
apply
B*   H*   WEARE*
Care of *$r. Jf. W. Lanhino.
Mandolins, Strings, Etc*.
Supplied a.t City Prices. THE DEI
r-r t
TIM3
u J__. -^.A > ,   J
IT.
MY  FIRST ���WEETHEAHT.
Dm waa the fairest, bcnnlent turn
That mortal ever know.
[ Tho rose's blush was on lit-r i-_*ska,
Her eji*a Iiad caught the bin a
| Of Jnne lim�� skii-p. Around tis-r Iirtti
Bright, golden ringk-ts danced,
| And when my sweetheart utu'lod on see
I Mt my heart entranced.
[-1 f .-und her sitting 'neath the tree*
Cmc glorions day in May.
|Tl,e- breexea with her dancing cnrls
V,"e:e uorrijy ul iday.
fi looked at her w'.li . tcailfa.-t ga��-
-he Ini t"-si her eyes on me.
|Ttt?y in iniined with love.   Onr want. U|
t-:*-t
I't kisses core, two, three.
jfTl.nt day was yenrs nnd years ago,
but 1 can nj-Vr fnritrt
RMv tirst RirflSlhenrf' heWttchln .,
And, o!i. 1 Is.-.-,- ��� .      it
[ A.-s fervently ns in tuosu days
','hrn llr.st on mu ahe sinilntl'.
|_iliil situ luves tne. I know il, for
1 am her only child,
lit.!>���. s B. Holmes In Ladies' Home Journal
!��y��.
WOMAN'S AIM.
, Louisville v.onian Iniifrhrd so honrtllj
\n  thentor  ii:i-t  slie wort irlo toltvtil
i i rl nj. .-;������ lit.-tl i<!iu:l that On
'ip;: IikIj alii*i t liavo Inr iti.iil',urat vip
| Rlisiiirl.'t,���Dt .'���' cr Post.
A win inti," mid the corn fit? , Wlo-O
I .-,   ' i". in ii (id at �� n ali if liu I - tiw k
rl In ititiklrg lotenr . gets ireililfr li
!���:���.- - lii.e :.; i;   ] -  hi .1 'i,:.. of c__ i ::
it.' ��� hi .inrmy.ulls J.v.rml.
Ill ti G unxlety rs j liitis nor.e of tint great
It-- on the world's Rtapo It stonlcl not bc
Jorlooked that tt I>_���_ ,t t- wotr, un tii'i-iv n
fdtier.t it mnn itnd b .rrccdfd in knocking
|i iis hut.���Denver "Kei.ulillcan;
An  Ohio ��:��>i wan MriiKffling with n
Ci   when  I in . i. t-.r r.-.u to bis assist-
ie, mvl  rli. .Irg ut thi t hit f with an ax,
'��� il htr I.Tctl i-r.    Anl yet me epefik ol
aim  if tl.,) new woniun.���Rkkii.otid
PRINTERS' INK.
I There ^re 22.( nil pul llralir.ns ln North
unui-.-n wl ii h pvli t ttdvcrtltx meats.
Tin tiptiii -.-.t<- mtireal cit-illation of the
I'.orld'e  ]tilm?iea!_  Is }_,.Og0,CQP,OfcO.uU(l
tt_iiiiiei; li:!;,!'.:.!! U i . 11' {.ip. t.
It ia estimated that I in re Is 8160,000,000
"nt. annually  In North   Amerloa  ier
iwepapor ard magazine sdvorttooinentsj
Tim grand total oiroultitiuu of thopub-
'm'u-ns  wlilth  print advertisements In
ovl li   An i rii ti umoimls tu 3,000,000,000.
'IN- i>-I  Knclish  newspaper ,was The
tpllssh     ��� roury, pntiiphlctshaped, i.Riiod
i '.'  i ���  i   _.li:-. i ttit h nign.   'lite-Gazette
,"  Vi ike was  iTieorl. inttl model of the
otk-in   i.i s-  i-.i-i'.        ���;���   Acta   Dlm-na
' s,'.        Inf.si    ;-.... -I   in  tho hitter
.i- i-itn "i! .i"'. wai tholirrt
iriiai-ertl. ��� world ������   i Ij.-hU
THE TATTLER.
j     Klsi Apnea Bitt-lVr of PMladripfc
���as finished  her "History of   1'; ......
-ihla."
Mnn. Ad .l!"a Pttfti, v _() has _m.ii s:..
Inn  In . uii'/L-rlniid, thinks of adOptlr.G
j youth.ul nui-ii.
j Ltdy t'ultisn. vrhoo, death is f.ttijonnei
| from Acrli.itle, was one of tto leiilin
: philanthropic workers of Pdi.th \ustrallti
1     I.iu'y  nptntlntti   V.-'-:   I '���: Ml.  i
, daughter ol Loid l:u��ti-in, 1. tu Uci me -
I trail ��� d ntirfe. ni.d is now a probationer ;���
Chelsea icfiriuary.
Miss ,i.ii:..t- i i.'-.i-d, Mhi has n ado agi.'-
of Ln country ��� tlare to tho 1. nlvcralty o
Cnlifofiiiu", iEWirth J7,000,000 and Is tin
liohe.'. in:it'Hrriii! wcuiati in Iho state.
Hrs.  K. A. 1-tr.iitt of  Lull ore. N. I!
S.'lK Ult  Ah('l IH lit I'.rill Bl.tl H1>S ll :' ti'-i
noi  r.isc ' n f.-.li  cuts t.i _v i i ly ii" 0-
ejatia. ^ttiih is prlnuipuily limn the cast
Krs.-Elliljy 'Warren Hoeliling, Wifo u
Ji)!i;:ii i Wnsliiligton A. Hm���:.'ingof Brook
lyti btldyo laii i, ii-atlaii ii-c lisiini tiiit
a's n. i.' inter on topics Inn resting io clu'
wan "ii.
M,ib. C'ailierine Wltoonib, B8 yetirs old
a li-)u and hearty resident o{ OaliRlmrg
ti'l I:., ulul u brido of (681, was with he"
lr.;< ������������:, a Mr. Karl, when In 1C32 li; l'.cv
log snbiii.was the llrst in thofonst bi
���,iv:it. l  dan.nzoo and Gcpnao prnitle.
y::-;:::1 itli III '. r V" .....l, iho w.l
tmwii prisnn (jytingclist, has vl-il. <1 cm"
prisr.n In every ltnj-ortant oily in ii.
���si-i.il 1     rtiio bus b'ji-ii!..e fcnovru to mo
jrnili 1 sUion nnd  receives annual   passi
over all the lai'KP Hues In this country.
Miss Mollte .'���: ihlseonof Optlyke, Ills.,
froighs .600 ; oil uls and measures 4 fret ',
iiuhen around tho wal_t. BhelJagooi
conk, a skilled ti-an'stress, 28 yenrs ok!
can pick up n.iioo pound .Imntl of pori
aflil | ::t it on tor shoulder antl iM-_l.es her
iclf generally useful.
Win,, ilargaret .lllair is Inr'nic+or 0-
sowing in .iho I ii-'t'.ily of ijlimerata
Mrs. l.'lr.ir ct'ir-'ii.iii-il tfco.ei .vit.-g de|r.rl
ment i_$ the Minneeota S hool ol .\,:ili tii
tsiin.iii.' itauui.'h.'.:-, and they roosstss, ijuisi''
and tuition fi r i-l a v eek.
iiiss Mary H. Ciurbll, who has jnst illei
��t. Canihritlpo, M,'., was a d-ir. '-t-r- r.
lhoiiiiis Is u ix (.iui'iull, {.'��� .s-i ...,i -.i .'��� iu.i
land itt 1-iC ", Rtid a sis -t-1 t' ���.���'���'''���.: Anni
Eilti Gurroll, nheso reii.t-rkabln work i'
aid of tha Vnion ci.u.o duiing 11.e _ i���-"
war i'it.. a y.i .nuinoiit place in tho roephh
Di the gpvurnmouli.
Mr
tltl
��� ittt
Mr
| .jiii
���rat
l'rom
thai i
t-stoiiil
with
s. Ho
they
thing
tham
I- ���Tl r    ���,     s'tlsssl    ,.   ilH-..
��� -i-i - i Ini' i'i":u'(-i-.. of tha
i i.i. it.ntli a mo having tke
; nnki.e. - ; hniingraplicd. in the
i i itue their languago may be
and it may be possible to con-
them.
Soionce���Isn't that grand 1   I
U ask tho monkeys, the verjr
;, whether wa arc dvtondantf
or not���N��w York Weekly.
Bcraiklioolc Pnstes
A fino paste lor sGrapbo'oks oan ba mads
from alum water anil lloiir, VA teaspoon
fuls of powdered alum dissolved in enough
cold water to, make a pint of paste. Pour
tho water, when tho alum is dissolved, ��o
snon;:h Hour to thicken it as stiff as common ��� .I.--..I Bri;;;; it to a boll, stir all the
Mir,-; '/..l whitii >b::;:: Id a iew drops at
i'i if tlovus. 'i'.:e. e.if.in pravents for-
! or.f.i;;,-, and tin oil of cloves prevent?
ii ���liies'iiys   *i vegotaolo mold.
Tho outfit of nn oyster tongs man'sotiiiot'
uon* 's.is of a tiair ol rakes, tt pair of tongs.
- pair of ni| ] i rs, a cutting Isyurd, snvi ra!
itllilitK huit'.r.'.cr.-, an nple of ha)! bu'-iu-l
baskets ami an Iroii half bushel.
The tiie- ".      . !    ,lgoal ���������       ".:, ' ia
tnij une ut' tl.e . fetl.O .1 :���'.. ��� .i. ;::..-
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
rounded 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' Rxani
inations, Teaches all branches of a Practical Business
Course aud confers Diplomas. Imparts a Liberal Educt.-
tion iu its Collegiate Course, and in the Ladies' Course
for M. E. L., and M.'ju 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 Torouto
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 Wusic, a
complete course in theory, voice culture, aud piano aud
organ, in conjunction with the Toronto college of music.
Special instruction in art and elocution, while all students
��re required to take physical training with all the privileges of a well equipped gymnasium.
fcl_E-.TI.ICI.TY FROM  Win!)
Il-.li.nnn V, lis   -.1,1. M.-tlusil nf <:r-is|s,B
11 ls _t��t Mori* Ct-ussruil)   .isl.s-..,-.;
Jf wo mUt.ike not, Dr. Friiltjnf Nan; ���
ll Ills last, attempt to reach tint uorth o-'l .
tail t:iu ;��� eun equipped with u ��pei:ia!i-
lusigned windmill, whieh when operating
3ruvo u dynamo and furnished tho neces-
��-,ry current I'or lighting purposes. An
Wtmotnr erected on the roof of a building
It) Park plach in this city has been for
.-.mii tiaio succs. .;���,:���/ tlvi:!;'.; a dyii-.'nc
In oonni'ct.on with'a BVotnge battery | Itnt,
ibe ourrent from which lias been utilized
foaineaiitleseent lighting. From tin- (<
'..'ill he soeii th(tt there is tlotniu.. s--r��
lew In the application of wlnduiK. int'nr
driving of dynamos. ���
There aro probably several reasons *>!.
She windmill  or aortnotor litis   iiat  lieoii
mure universally adopted for t..o abov��
purpose.   Im tho Crsl place . ml. a nootivt
power Is always iiii_b or  ..tss  ancerthi]
���ad  cannot  always  Iio   depended   tifot.
Tlntre may he a, e .lot .ite-J t,�� tbe timo U i-
foond nocessmy to leeatu'ge itio baitei'l."-
in  the  batteriea  may be  in   in,e vi Ilea  "
broc_e springs up.  'i'l-is would neee.-.i it,,"
having two sets of butlcrios at a.coaslilui'
able cost.   Another rea-iun why neruu tot
have not bt'on more oxtunslvcly adopted is
probably duo to Mu- fact tie.!, currant can
uow be goiioratod with Rteaiu as a moilvi
power  vory   eeonoinieally,   espopllllly   1-
lariio quantities,    'l'n oieotlhg of an nor
tin,tor and tlie in .i.aiiatiiin of a .iuiuber et
itorage batteries with a dynamo mean u
oonsiderable oivlJtvy of money, espoei.tit-,
whon tlio cost of maintenance and ronew
els ls taken into account. In certain cases
it may bo found that the interest on the
batteries,  generator and  windmill, with
thu  labor  item  llt.uri.1  in, will oost as
much in t ho long run as the current Could
bit purchased for on the outsldo.
But probably tho chief reason why the
power of tho wind is allowed to go V
(taste when it count no employed for get
orating electricity is the samo as tha
whicli pravents the immense power il. Hi
..bio from tho tides in both toe lltldspt
and Kas. rivovs from bdm_ utUi/od-
ttuiilcly, u.t.-j.iatUui, or, if not lack i
progress, a slowness In aveilingonr.-olve
of opportunities.���Electricity,
-.-. _ !   .     ;   r,   3,
:"��� ��� '��� ������:'���' '��� ' '   '������ A   .      : ������ �������� : -s |-
. ��� .ii-;-; in,. , i.i s. :...j tuny loo   0 1,01
' ' ' ������  ��� 11' '. ��� sr.
.i.i i.i mii  rili.  b of .irj_is.ii.: railroad
������������  iii  -i ���- : ; i- -i   i-- i-ii  i'i.i    i.i.i*-  ^J cri
A :.;, i   .. ..:-.!���;; ai. up,, 1  t_i.u n ilet
.,..-. i.t 'i ��� . .ai ami ;,.:.... _;. .; u.livs W ith-
At Russivn rhilwoy stations "grievnnc*
m ' -" are l.nj-t in i ' ',��� li -.,.. ,;i   ;:,..-, may
!   toil.] il.li.ls.      j .  ..    ; ,e SI     I   lc
��� .ii  oMi.'h.l   i;:.-o i,;:e ;, r. i tiih  and  all
s.-.up'i-.it���,.- isle ti.i-i invi rtlgi.ted.
.'-:: tt:.:ii:::.. i; -v fn::..:;.' ..J curs if
mounted on two swinging bolts attached
to tlm'tir.i_t.il slut i.; tl.e ii.snl steps, to
rw!ti| i..;>...-:-v.u:u ::: r piojiof the . Up bo- I
vu!;l thu liu'stjin Used sts-j), irhuro it it !
held by hoops ev-. '.ng ev. lets ut either
Kid.
f Ft t Trsp or Kield a STEVENS
E1KJ..1. sr DOUBLE BARREL
ti:' C'���': C UU ia Id sal. Low in Price
���!':��!. i-i Q-sii-'iity���pood gun value
rig! t through! Made in standard
g._'__-:s, lengths, \veis_hts, etc.���
I-l3::::ti^r cr Ham .terless Styles.
BTEVENSSHOTGUNS
SHOOT EsTKAIGHT AND STRONG
Fl rcjld ty. 11 proOTM*
HveEwlwaTa cr.i
Jpiirtiri C jcils il^r-
cUtUil...   It ynu Lisnnist
Wwn, v/e csslp iltit^t,
ezp--;-* |.rci--Id, upon
neelpt of Catalog
Seu_ tor lG0-3ftgcillui-
lusted -.' li -i 11- - deecrlb-
tu? ecttje outpul.
Hia r.ttraotlve cover
I,, color..   Btallad tor
o l i;,-_ m stamp, tu
pay pustag .
CHIPS
Fr.OM CHINA.
The ivi i it f-.iim: ary action of the cm-
;:. ill .... roi -.;..; awns :s- prevent lb
from licit:: ing ll.��� ii dhir.np'ulis .Touniul
t,iiin:i ii -,v l,o l.ii.li yeai-s IjiIiiimI t j i
'lir.es, but t-l.i- can i i.i up a Cue i >; :: j :���
jf tho udwinij_.il woman. ��� lndlunupolif
Tbbso mandtiritis v. llh three tails who
���-:������ o tin.o ago wi fe i nt 1, it g joI.ih nl> out
i.i llung.Ch-ing tyid .liis yellow jacket ari
now sleeping in lhe woods,���tit. Louis Be-
pr.11.0.
i.i Hung Chang has his opponent and
tlvi.i," Uliang Ten Hwau, In lioels. Hi
now Li's "day in tourt," so to speak
yVlien It isn't Hung, it's Chang, and no
body but Uruat Britain nml Russia kuowo
(be 'JjiiVreiioo.���Chicago Sows.
maariags.3 bv oaoen.
Ci.lkcu   M)i:C!:>.
Alsi. SAINTS.
.Anglican.)
Holy Coiumnnioi:-
' Sundays tit S:j ��� ;. ra.
Sundays at 11 a.m.
Matins, n .' ;, ,; ,
Evensiohg:, 7:30 o ;
Sunday School n! 1
Friday evening, J.-
���1st  ai
2nd
1.1
nd 4th
lOCfc.
> a.m.
lany at
Kt-v. 15. R. Bartle
it, M. \.
7:30
\icai
CATH.OLIC
Services lirst and third Sunday df
|eacli month at 10:30 a.m.; Benediction, 7:30 ',1.111.
Sunday school at 3 p.m.
Low Mass .-ind Holy Communion
first and third Mondays at 6 a.m.
Rev. Father Wagner, O.M.I.,
Parish Priest.
SENSIBLE SMOKING  P.ULE3.
tt .art Tliem, Ve Bnrners of the (*lRrn-
rette, und Take  tVurniiiff.
Goiiorolar-1 Dr. Sojioler publishes In tlio
Oontrallilatt y.u Gusti:iilhe;fspflofroaooll"i--
rton of "Hints to Smoker.,," whloh as��
founded, ns Iho doctor states, upon his
professional observations for nitiiiy years
of mrpi'th, t.-i ih. klaimieh. liiiii.;��,.heai;t, and
skin ol the ileyiitees of't'.iliaeeo.
The tirst antl foremost re.lo is never te
smoke beforo breakfast; nor, e.s a rule.,
whon the stomach Is empty This custom
is tlio worst possible foo of digestion, Nev-
-_sr saio'-.e d::il;iy any exertion of frreat
physical Discri'sy, as dancinp:, rii:uii:i(��, cy-
olitiK, hiounlain olimbln;; or rowihg, ant)
especially If ill a rontost. Never follow
"the ball custom of tlio French and tha
Russians" by'allowing tlio smoko to pats
through the nose. Never inhale it through
the nos'o.
Keep the smoko ae far as possible from
the eyes ami noso Tho longer the pipe
tho bettor. The usn of a shun pipo ii tiling
work is to be uvoidijfl: A pipo ia tho most
wholesome form of smoking, a cigar the
noxt, a cigarette the worst. Always throw
awav your cigar when you luvve sniokod
four-fifths of it, The last, end of it is the-
most hurtful, In Cauda vouenuiu, the poi
son lurl.s in thotail.
All cigarettes lire bad, liut. eastern eiga
rottes thc, worst, for they are a] ..'.-"> en'te
pouiiduri w Itli somo ilegK'o of opium, 'i in-
oiunkcr ought, to rinso nut his mouth, not-
only bofOre every meal and before goitt!; te
bed, lint, oioral times during theday Thu
best rinse for the smoker is.a glass.of water in Which a teaspoonful of table salt hau
!,.,-1 di.-i.ol.od. lt should bo used as a
c; .Title ���"' - iRht. and care Bhonld be taken
.!.-.. a.ii v in tbe teet it iswel! wash
i-.i witb ii     The r.ij.e's pivper place is ii)
the 1 .'.a. and   only  ocessiouttlly in tii?
-��_-���_ _luri-la��e In tho Ti.;,le.
Thu wcii'.i 1! sbita is n favorite subjcul
Wlt-li the iipigf::".   pi.-iUorM     Ft'otu n vorj
old bulla'', ive tako Ibis:
Tb.i i-.- ivns a s��� ts+min:-i 1 In a cart
)-;....tt to b   hangrtl;
].'.'.���: it i to p in iv.-is granted,
.'.--:' cri a; .1 ci' Wll di.l stand
To know if h   wMitd in .iry a Wife
Or rather choose to -li.-*.
"-"other's   lhe   uorst���drive   on   thu
cart'"
The Criminal did reply.
Moro modern i 1 this vereo:
I v ulil ntlvlsc a man to pause
I'. fore li.- tiikes a wirti���
In [ et. I rre no earthly cause
iie flhculil not pduse tor lifo.
Who, by the way, is Iho author who de-
-cribes a pik'ond  nmrriiigo' an  being "thi
triumph of hope over experience?"
j-.'.imin ! ..user's m-.iiimmihil ei-igrani ts
vi-:y - i .'.' rn
Theurt.  tr.:t:l'cn ar. all  made in  iteaven.
Ila y sn ..
v t 1: ���. r.-.i 11. who m sclili f oil hatch: ��,
I    _    ,������.���.::���'   rl, .il:-'    ll'itii    lie   hou|C   letllO"
s    ,     ' 1 ��� ��� -.. y
the,-so   lliislli-ss.
Cliccso Is one of tlio in'oKt I'oiii'onti'at-
��� 1 r inns ul' blli'ogtninils 1'u.otl nnd us a
'���IJ well ini::: '.iai to tlio laboring man
..!��� Ilioso woikiiig In tlie open air. When
. '..in.-ly eookeil, cbi'ise is probalily
more 1 tislly I'ssiiniluti'il by tlio ot'iliuary
.- -.i.ii -tu b Until eaten raw, nnd'haul, un-
��� ���..ii!;e,l cl."o. e should bo soi'veil grated.
In oolubllliUioi) with certain food materials elieu. o is viiliinblc, but wheu used
In this way should form tlio staple dish
of the nii'iil. Maeaiiiiti anil cheese', riie
cooked hi stools add then baked with
cheese or cooked with it. as In the form
��f risotto, should be used 111 tbo place
of meat. .\u ordinary dinner uieuu of
meat, potato, macaroni and cheese is
not properly ttl'i'iiiigcil. Macaroni and
cheese should be used for a luncheon
dish, and a green vegetable should bo
solved witli moat and potato.
Somebody  hus  been   translating "iv-i;.
ft".:; 1111 an's "I.eaves of Oras.." into :;......
As Wale, himself would ��ay, "Goshl"���
Cleveland Lender.
Aluminium huts aro the newest tlting.
for the use of Khmdiko miners. They are
well adapted for light housekeeping.���
Council Bluffs (la.) Nonpareil.
-i-i, .tic s io��y uf r. iisi-in., Ltf�� li it t_bt
i:j��y_  ��f  Serfdom.
Marriages by CTder wero so oommon,
iyi Prinoo Kroiiotkin in The Atlautio,
hat among our servants, each time ��
oting couple foresaw that they might b��
,rderod to marry, olthough thoy bad na
ssi.tttial inclination for enoh othor, they
;/.>k the precaution of standing toge.tlte.
ss gotliafher and godmother at the ehrlii-
tiMilng of a child in one of the peusant
fn mil jus. This rendered marriage impossible, according to Russian chureh law.
Ihu stratagem was usually successful, but
once it ended in a drama. Andrei, th*
tailor, fell ln -dove. With a girl belonging
to nne of our neighbor*. He hoped that
my (other would permit hlm to go free,
-���5 a tailor, in exchange for a certain yoar-
y payment and that by working hard at
_!�� trade he eould manage to lay some
ocinoy asldo and to buy froodom for lite
jlri; otherwise, in marrying ono of r.iy
'ether's serfs she would havo become the
..--rt of her hus'baiid's master. However,
M Andrei and one of the maids of our
household foresaw that they might Iio ordered to marry they agreed to unite u
godparents ln tho christening of a child.
What they had feared happened! One day
i-.tiy v.ero called to tlio master, antl thi
jrbaded order was given.
"We aro always obedient tn you: will,"
ih.y replied, "but a few weeks ago w��
ioted as godfather .-.ad godmother at .
christening." Aiidrol also explained his
wishos and intentions.
The result, v as that ho was Bent to the
recruiting board to become a eoldier.
Military service in those times was terrible It required a man to servo 85 yciuu
.inder the QCdprs, antl the lifo of a soldier
wns hard in tho extreme. Mows from the
sergeant end thoofiieersaiid Hugging \_hli
bircli rods i:.,ii vs.i-.w sticks mr i��o _'!;.���'..'���
I^L f:sult w �� tlto norii til fifc'atj of aff '-"
5 iie cruelty thai was displayed  _urp.i-..-.-l
iii imaginntloti,
Thus A nd i't i bad now to face fer '.:
years tho teirlblo fnto of ii soldlor. Al',
. .lia-Kcliuines of happiness had cpipo *.�� i
violent end.
A  Korean   rroeesKtofi.
The procession cf t':o !i;::t w... led. by
thu general of Iho vnnguaril su." ui)
,1ressed, sup; ai'tod by r, t: liters . ;i Ids led
penv uial fellniM ', by crowds e! i.bt-.i
.civics, eacb r.lth hi. train, sol: lurs, men
iiarrying ale.it fniu e. ol ti.n..'-, nn hit m
nearly across tho road, and ! . ;e fi..f,s i .
silk I roeailo siuiucuuttd by j lume. -:.'
pile:-aits; servar!' hi row;: of I'M 111 th'ti
must, delicate shade.-; of blue, green :r
tiK.ttve hilk gatlzo over wbito; liaU.tu-tllers,
grandees, wah with a retinue ul banner
men; rows of rn.vti! banner men. carrying
yellow nud bluu sili; Hugs einiilnsonei1.:
oavtilryinen In imitation gold hnlinetr
_nd lucdltovul armor and ttg^r hunters,
ive.-iritig eoar-e l"lt block hats with conical
crowns aud dark blue coats, trailing loug
��111.s.
With scarcely a patlSO follqwei_ tbo presl-
tlert of  the  fen ign offloe, high above Ihu
crnwd i'i a monocycle, a black wheel sup-
porting on two uprights a black platform
carrying a black  chair  I'socorat^sl with C,
leopard's skin, the occupant of which waj
carried  1.,' eight men at, a height of eight
feot from   tbe ground. * * * Alter thl��,
borne I:!,ill aloft  by .0 bearers ib.:,uil }'���
red, i't a i-apeiii chair of rod lncCjlier, liol
ly ta.stleil  ami  canopied and with wltlgt
-������i ;.i   [i ..T Ilia sun, eitmti tho king, v lie:
pole, languid fun  never changed itj e.
.���,r,s..':,���:���'s ho pei.'il with A.1 the dignl!
mil  i;;.h mlor of h|s'position t-hraugh t*
'iient etc Ml.���"Jiorea m.-a Bef Zs;-:,
*ors," by ."Ure. UIsl.op"
risi'  [-:ni.'j'M- im it [luiuorlal,
V.> ivei.i up lo i! ��� ICI( I VTaoht blub li
v-o tlio Arcsontalloll of i ilaes by his n : j
e��rv lie was in pivri-loiiliil'ly jolly hu
n -..', atitkhi^peecli; .i ot pr, .nutation wcr<
n-,��� i. 1-,i" iiy a.' i ��� a One prjjto winner
���; ii Ho iiii'.iitin ofiiccr, fully realized the
Inn ��� laneu of the o , :������':. n and was the
mare easily dpi-barrasjotl uhen with cap In
ono haad and sword in the other he stood
ready to receive lis prise���u pair of large
vases
At. the closo of the kaisr's speech lie
handed tho wires to lhe little officer, wh.'
hurriedly put enp uitt'.er one artn, sword
under thootberoud received them, where
upon ilia kaiser Insisted upun shaking
hands in congratulation, much to the cm-
biliTii viueitt,chagrin and bliss of the winner a: '1 fio shouts ef laughter from every
one else, led by his majesty.
Th. next winner was given a liqueur
s?t ami received orders not to drink from
.,: IJ glasses Mono.���Out Ing.
-auotl Reason to Harry.
The trials of a musical accompanist are
many, if we may credit all the stories
told of them. A young professional recently played accompaniments tor thu performers at a private entertainment for a
fashionable charity lusting for nearly two
hours.
"Here, you see, I have no chance to
take a breath for ten bars," said tho amateur llttto player, indicating to tho accompanist a passage in bis opening solo.
"Thoro are a number of such places in
my solos, and if you'll hurry the time
whenever you come to them, it will be a
relief to my wifo, for all my family are
subject to apoplexy, and I've already bad
oue slight attack."���Youth's Companion.
METHODIST.
Services next Lord's Day at n
i. m.and 7:30 p.m.
Class meeting', after lhe morning
set vice ever)- Sunday.
Sabbath School at 2 p m every
Sunday. Prayer meeting every
Thursday evening at S.
Rev. T. V. Betts. pastor.
Trouble on the Mantelpiece.
1 "If you'll always givo mo full swing,"
oliserved tho pendulum, 'you will never
huve any trouble witli your hands."
"I don't know," replied tho clock. "II
it wasn't for your going buck and forth in
���ny works, I never would have
strikes. "���(ihicuuo Tribune.
any
A Bank Directors
Stranger���Boy, can you direct me u,
the nearest bank'.
Boy���I kin for Blxpenco, sir.
Stranger���Sixpence! Isn't that high
pay?
Boy���Yes, st' but It's bank directors
what gits hign pay.���Loudon Punch,
Inhniuiiu.
"Ah, yes, ' she sighed. "I was robbed
i of a lover by tlie cruel war."
"Whieh one," her danrost friend asked.
I "Tbe Mexican, the civil or the Vanko-
; Spunko."���Chicago News.
ST. ANDRKW S PRESBYTERIAN
j    Service* next Lord's Day at  it
I a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
1    Sabbath School at 10 am   Mid-
I week meeting on Wednesday evening a1. 7.30 o'clock.
Rev. J. II. White, M.A.
B.. PTIST..
Sabbath services ��� Crescent Is-
���land, 3 p.m.; Ladner, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at 10:30 a. tn.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at
; 8 p.m.
To make iiiittines out
o.f.jthe future you nitist
put soniettij^ng into the
present	
Agents Wonted
In* Sell   Securities
rOR   SALE i-i nil  l.niel
��� Cheap
A.T,
 .....,,,	
Lots. Harms and Suburban
age, tve,
(iio ���;_!-Coppers Pay
Uig:  Dividends   all
ever Uritbh
.        Ciilunil-ta
BRITISH  - COLUMBIA -  ILLUSTRATED
Cont?.imii& over ioo Views.   Tos. pnuJ 25c., t-tnnips.
Richest Province in the British Empire.
Nothing Risked, Nothing Gained.        Nothing Ventured, Nettling Won,
Splendid   Opportunity to Invest.
The Richest Men in the World are investing in I'. C. Copper-
l...    Gold and Siiv.r Mines.     Why can't you beg n now?
ihc Greatest Qold-"opper Discovery "��� the Age is in B.C.
BIG Ml Mill .HU IB, ll.  Wll $625000
Every Dollar SubscHbed)Jused in Development ef Mine,
Special Offer���. Oc^per Share, wili  shortly  advance to $1.00
"l"".Mines directly west ol l.e Roi and Le Roi No. 2, shares
soli! iroin 5 cents to $100.00: and Consolidated Mining and
Smelting Co. oi Canada, Ltd., shares S150.00 each: the Giant
California, adjoining onr own, shares about $11000; Granby
Mine pain over $3,000,000 Dividends per year; Gold-copper
mines in Hritish Columbia paid Large Dividends. Big Four
assays trom $5 to ��Hoo in gold, copper, silver, with 32 per
cent, in the Treasury, reinvest now and you wont regret it. .JS
NOTE���Most o! these mines sold Ibr a few cents once, bu
over-c_pil..li_ed even now, pay��big dividends. Big Four is on
the railway, near smelters.
Rossl.-nd Mines received Highest Awards ior richest gold-
copner ore sent lo St. T.otiis Exposition. Big Four^had Best
Display at Dominion Fair, New Westminster, B.C.
No less than 100 shares Fold. All Cash. Above this shares
can be had on instalment plan, or yearly contract, 15 per cent,
cash, balance monthly.
Nearly Two Hiles of  Railway on Property,
Com pi
has no debts or llalnlilie
let, "Milliili! I'l'-M |t:ite
nl for Illusl
Cretan-, isitli
anl Prospectus ..ini"iioak-
.   ceil.* in stuini-.
[BIO   FOUR   MINES,   UMITED
P.f?B Box 174, Vancouver, B. G.   Canada.
In llnn_iT All the Time.
"I would be nfnilil fo plaoo luuoh rell-
-noo upmi hlm at n orltloal moment. H��
Idol��� like a mnn nnaooustonii'il to iluu-
Kfr."
"NoitKonsel Why, lie 1N���� on tha Met
at . i_''_llu�� road."���Chtoaga Post.
^s^rsrs^p-^Jr^s^Kfl^-iiSF 7
���*--*Z*i4
f����n��'73aK_SsiiK! PplBlWBM^Ee;
JiOCAL NEW'8.
Mrs. R. Devereaux went  over to
the Terminal City
visit.
yesterday, on  a
Miss Dora Cook is spending ber
vacation at home with her parents,
at Trenant Park.
T. H. Latimer, of New Westminster, spent a couple of days, here,
last week, on business bent.
/ E S T M I N S T E R EMPLOYMENT AC::NCY���Under n.w
management, 266 'Columbia
street, Phone 3C6, P.O. Box S07.
Can supply you with all kinds of
help promptly, Farm Mauds especially, free of charge. Branch j
office, 107 Cordova street west,
Phone A2750, Yaucouver, B.C.    j
Lost.
Mjss Katie Muir, of New Westminster, is a guest of Miss Irene
Robinson, at Boundary Bay.
Miss Hazel Shirley returned
bptne, Tuesday last, from a visit lo
hpr grandma at Fort Langley.
Two Young Horses ��� 1 black
two-year-old and t bay mare, 1-
year-old. Strayed Irom Enderby's
place, i'.tist Delta. Anyone knowing of whereabouts of same, kindly
notify
T. DAYIES,
Florist, New Westminster.
Guaranteed upon absolutely safe security���-first
mortgages on substantial city properties Seven and
Eight Per Cent. Guaranteed, free of all. charges,
upon sums ranging frcm Five Hundred Dollars up.
White, Shiles <& <��,
New Westminster, B.C.
Agencies Represented-
Hartford Kire insurance Co.
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Brooklyn
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co.
Insurance Cu* of North Amencn
Thr Ocean Ace dent & Ouarantee Corporation, Ltd., of London, Eng.
Notice of Dissolution-
Imperial Trust Co.. Ltd.  Vancouver. B.C.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Morrow, oi
Vancouver, are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. McCluskey, of Crescent
Island.
Tke.iS.S. Sonoma leaves Ladner
s(�� 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.; returning, leaves Steveston at 930 a.m.
and 4:30 p.m.
The,. Misses Walker, of New
Westminster^ returned, home, this
morning, after a short visit to their
Hpcle, A. Walker.
Friends ot Mrs. Jas. Follis will
be-pleased, to learn that she is much
improved in health, though the
jqwrse is stity there.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting
between us, the nude;signed, has
been this day dissolved by mutual
cpnsent. All debts owing to the
said partnership are to be paid to
E. T. Calvert at Ladner, B.C., and
all claims against the said partnership are to be. pressnted to the said
E. T. Calvert by whom the same
will be settled.
* Dated at Ladner this  ist  day of
July, A.D. 190S.
E. T. CALVERT,
O. G. LKWIS.
Mrs,, Tj- W. Foster returned
ijpn_er.cn, TtJjBsdav last, accompanied by hex, sister, Mrs. Dan Cam-
Sjoi), of New Westminster.
No ta of Dissolution.
We are Complimented
every day on the splendid results obtained
in making bread from.
Royal Standard Flour
.'      '. '���  . .    ':   ���..-. ...   .1 _ .,'���
Every new customer means a continuous, user of
this reliable brand.
Manufactured in Vancouver ft om Canadian j
No.   1,   hard  wheat,  we  have- in  our ROYAL
STANDARD a flour which is superior to most
other brands, and inferior to none..  We guarantee every sack.
To notify the people of Ladner and stur*
sounding district that we are now m a
position to ofter Vancouver Island
P��#*l
. SB
Cement
At greatly reduced prices, making it pos-i
sible for parties who contemplate building
to- put in concrete foundations at about the
same cost as piling or other inferior
material,.
Write for Prices..
\Si
NEW WESTMINSTER,
'ROSm
b. a
���.1 ������_._
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting j
between ns, the undersigned, asj
butchers and cattle dealers in thej
Village of Ladner, has been this!
day dissolved by mutual consent, j
All ctebts owing to the said partner-:
Sold by W.. H. SMITH,
MANUFACTURED   BY
ttj B-.  Bjorest,  fireman   on   the
.fCa.G.l*.!-.. Express, left, Friday, Lhip are to be ~aid t0 T- w; Foster
ty Seattle, being relieved here by Lt r.adner aforesaid, and all claims
Vancouver Milling I Grain Co,, Lti,
-^McNeill, of Everett, Wash,
Mi[s. L. E. Hopkins, of Vancouver,, accompanied by her family of
tyvo children, is visiting her sister,
M^rs�� M. E. Wharton,, ior a eo.uple
oj..v<?eks.
I'
! against the said partnership are  to
ibe   presented   to the   said  T. W.
1 Foster by whom the  same will be
settled. "
Dated at Ladner this ist day  of
July, A.D., 190!*.
JAS. McCALLAN,
THOMAS W. FOSTER.
M^s$es.K.atie and Fanny Pearse,
0/ Bouptjary Bay, returned home,
qjl Thursday, after spending a
cpitple,of weeks visiting friends at
^sLVfextfin..
"WJiepi,you wish to buy- visiting
C��rd$ call oij the Delta Times who
Will, sell ihe, beat mpney can buy.
I$yoij,fi��iecL-.hernprinted, why you
are moj)ey_in; pocket by calling on
n^sDe^p Tinjes fast.
We want YtGUR-eggs. Taken;
tfce year round you wilLmake from 1
5^to 10 per cent, bringing them |
hep?.. We are paying 32 ceuts.i
pftr,dozsp lor,your Eggs* N.B.���|
Only stj^ctly fresh eggs \van'.ed-r|
Mi}f,*hall Smith & Co., Ltd.
Imi Redislrv Act.
Re Part 135 Acres, of Lot 177,
Group II., District of New Westminster.
A Certificate of I'pdef'easible Title
to the above property will be issued
to William Attenborough Kirkland
on the roth day of August, 190S,
Unless in lhe meantime a valid objection thereto b'. made to me in
, writing by a person or persons
.claiming an estate or interest therein, or in any part thereof,
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, July h'th, 1908.-
VANCOUVER, P.. C.
SILVERWARE.
and
All' Kinds of" Jewellery..
New Stock.
Call and See Them..
Jl. Clausen,
LABNER,   B.  C.
If You Have Not Ordered Your
BINDER TWINE
See Us Belore You Do..
<mnmmm������!P������"->w_-���>������m���mmm,m��*.
Cherries, Currants and
All Other Berries Wanted
Also
There will be another baseball
njittch orb Thursday, evening between tbe married men and the
b^qhelors..,    Tbis   ga_ne   will,   no
The pers.jii or persons having in
their custody cr possession, the following Title Deeds relating to the
said property are requested to deliver the .anie to the undersigned:
,J30th April, 1887, deed, John Kirk-
dpubt,   prove very interesting aivd! land to Ldgar Franklin Kirkland.
tb*re should be a  large turnout of; CORBOULD & GRANT,
spectators.     The game  will  com- Solicitors for applicant.
trance shortly after 6 o'clock. | New Westminster, B.C.
]NTew Potatoes, Immedi^ely.
Don't forget that we want
All Your Poultry
at the very BEST PRICES
When You Require
fri^U .....  i -	
-" Furniture,, Cerpeis, lin-oleum,,. Window
Shad es or Any Article of Furniture or
IJousehold Furnishings a. visit to. LEE'S
=j}TORE wili convince ycu that there is the
$yapr place to buy,
^ie^tors Welcome.
Mrs mmm tmmm,
M^lW WESTMINSTER.        -        -        -       B. Q.
Anything' and Everything
In the way of Farm Produce and Machir.-
ery handled,, besides a Few Specials for the
Farmer's Wife.
<��_��P��*"^W��
F   T   CALVERT,
GENERAL
DEALER
LADNER,  B.C.
;
-                 J^V
.                /                It
1         Y~\    ^^
��HoJfJ3E  G(5^DS
That new Harness you need?-
Don't think you can't afford it;
till you've given us a chance.
We sell no inferior-goods, wx,
old fashioned appliances.
411 OUR HARNESS
is made from the best of"
leather in ihe most workman?
like manner. Blankets,.
Whips, Halters and every^
thing a horseowner needs.
B. C Leather Co., Ltd.
112 Hastings Street, Vancouver, B. C.
ggsai
iikliS
Wt
fe of
McBRIBE*
General HerchaiU
Phone S,   -   Port Guichon
Produce Stored and
Shipped Direc
To Ali B. C. Ports,

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