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LADNER, B. C., TUESDAY, JULY 14, I0OK,
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ay ing Necessities-
Ottawa Idles
!t pays to use the very best salt jou can obtain
r your Hay. WE HAVE'IT. Ask for LIVERPOOL
OARSE SALT,
*IJa Couficii  ;!trnaniiHODS Sijipori
Ottawa,   June 36.-���The Conser-j    The/Delta Council  met  in  the     The meeting  held  in  the I'oWti
vative party  seeks to gain  power Council Charabet      Sattml     last", j Hall,  in Saturday nighl   -.-  discuss
I by a campaign of misrepresentation 1 July  1 ith   at
and.slanders    tf  there   bad   beenlRee1        I.
p.m
witl
h
A     '
anything in the policy of the gov-'  hair,  and  Couu
iimme'nt tjiat might be assailed with    tilchri 1   Mi
sent.
Minutes pi
any hope ol  siv<___  it is reason-1
able to assume that tbe Conserva-I
I live pany would have directed their
... ,        ,. ti     '- ere adopted ..�� i(
, attack   111   .tick  a  direction.     1 he- ���
Hay Forks and Carriers,  Blocks/Cable
and
Everything Necessary for Making Hay,
FRUIT   JARS.
100 Dozen. - - 500 Dozen.
Pints, Quarts and  Half Gallons.
fact that ihis is not done is an
eloquent tribute to the government
of the day.
With an election within measurable distance, the time has arrived';
for the  Appearance  of the   ususal
deluge  ol  Conservative   campaign ]
literature.    The  country   is  being
flooded v. ith ;!. distortion   and tnis-
C
I       . : .
qui itio i  ol   -.  supply of good
rater    wa    ..  very  representative
ibl ie, Da "���       \.\ the opening  it looked as
;   Rmbrci "���'���   -'���   i" '��� w i    Dell      re; idents
��� V nny inii rest  in  thi   introdue-
\ ion .    meeting i I wai     but al 8:30 tlie
ting v. ts ,n gmetite 1 bv  n  suf
fill
iiuml - ���       mti" tah'v
i    From T.   k,   Pep son,   enclosing
j plans of sub'di vision of N.E. % Sec. ' h'   Reeve, J. _    Paterson, occu-
36, Tp.  (,    The Re :ve v is afith u i ������' -,;   cl -;" ai d   1     .  fevv words
ized tc sign plans  ;i   found (���(-���eel. explained the object ol the meeting
From TupDer & Griffin re  \<-Mr. and then called upon   'I  N. Rich,'
vs. V. V. & E.   nptifyins   Council as secretary of the Water Commit
of Judge Cli m nf ; decision not ti "          '-1' ,]   ,,:' ;,lf  work
.   grant   an
1 representation oi departmental deal ;
��� ���      ,,       .,    ,    ,.   _   .     , . ,   .   construct!
mg, the evident object oi which is t
I to deceive the people as to the true
injunction   against
.11 ol the short line.
Cor."..   Gilchrist  stated  that   no
l-jjg   ion     1    well as a number of an-
lyses  of water  taken   from  various source:
'M'n.r th'
md analyst s had'
j state-of iflains.ai_d  ihe Conserva-1 father obstruction would be found  l:.."7   [ _ {  (|    .,.-, inen as lohn
tives hojie to ride into power upon on tiie diverted   Rivei   road.    M      .....   ., ,,       .      .    -^��ii.->on   n
a wave of misrepresentation, though  the  road   is   -  -      private
iosed  t".  traffic, rigs
 ived
t.
It is not expected ol a party that [property and
is out of*power,   that it  will circu- may  gain   .u
late an account of thc good  things and laid over for further consider
done by  a  government  in   power, tion and the Reeve and  Clerk were
but,   common    honesty   would   at appointed a deputatiou to interview
least suggest the propriety  of stat- Tupper & Griffin in  the raeautime.
:ing the truth. prom [^arrniter   Br6<
Misleading Campaign Literature, a loan  oi
Dry Goods.
dimmer Vests, Hosiery, Neckwear,
Veilings, Belts, Sunshades,
Bathing Suits and Cap3.
I Ladies'   and   Children's  Footwear.
���'
Hen's furnishings.
j     The Conservative Party is guilty
j af a grave inconsistency in V is  re-
:. Hut ii   son   John   Mi Kee,   Dr.
' Kirij    I     -V. h.mbree,  and  others
expressed tl :     .tews  ''ii the subject; and tl     -���     ice        '': is   pre-
! sent   began   ti       th   ii   some  and
to  aa   use  thei   eh  -   to   thc  fact
that '������ is up to them to lend a hand
asking lor iu this quest for good water.
-.500,011  Subdivisions]     H.   D.   Bens* -   oue   oi   the
312   aud   2  1   G. I.      mmil tei       .    lewas in  favor o(
theusun coi I ;: us.   jetting good wate    for  the district
and C, l,ol
Iranted und<
gard.    Their   campaign   ofiabuss.j    ^ Petitic       �� B. C. E. R. Co.,(b. torn   some
|and   innuendo  has culminate^  in the Clerk reported   that   i   deputa-j som   .. I ,��� did not  ere
; the prodtfetiofi and wide circulation i">�� sent  '���'"  :ht Company  would when orh'owitw*!  1 itained, .only
Summer Underwear Work Shirts, 'uftder^afiiamentaryfrank,ofyxou->a*e .ust  as   mucb  w*'Kbt n* -��� ��� "��� '������   '���       ^'is ���^���'1U!1"-"1
i omuls of namphkts which  are de- |thgn|h*petitions were sent in.   Th.   brotighrtcirth such ��� round ot ap-
GlOVeS, Harvest Shoes. si��aed particularly   le   conceal   tlie ', Reeve ar.il i:'n "���: were  p.ppouited a  pWn^'e   a-   is  seldom  expressel iv
Headquarters   for   Working   Men's! true facts'and set up Tfalse con- deputations ail   upo,    th 1 except at ..  political meet-
��� .     ' dlfion of affairs which does not, and .iP���* requesting them to build a Hag vvlieu    [onest   |ohn    cores  a
Outfits. never existed. I tram line through Delta. Ipomtovcrh      ppqnent,
High    Grade   American   land    Can-     A-fligpitft case >as brought to j    From  II. I. Arthur, Vancouver, '���'���[        '       was In favor ol
' Ithe   attention   of   the   House  last  complaiuini  agt ust hi      a    went   "!'�� "   '   '      r' '     Andef-
weekby Mr. Tnriffof Assiuiboia.     foi   cleaning   out the Gowd;   road son Creek   but  that  could  nol  be
I ' When discussing % admihTstra- ditch.    Received and filed and the I ^ '���"--
I tiomof timber affairs and the meth- Clerk  inst::.-ted  to  colled
j ods   adopted   witli   regard   to   the  ment.
! receipt of tfehders, Mr.   Foster  said      Coun. Embree gave  notice  that
at the nexl meeting he would intro-
adian Shoes.
McCALL   PATTERNS.
Pull Stock of McCALL  PATTERNS.    Ask  for  Pre
FASHION SHEET.
that the commissioner of Dominion
! Land (then Mr. Turiff) put them
'. in his side pocket, retired to a    ark
and secluded room and having lock-
oro :eedi d  to  award
< r, he would make
j ore  of a   party to  undertake, the
wo ;
Karl        .'      evening a motion
 ".:  seconded that
duce a by-law to amend  th    Road
s.s       ,.   , ,,,, . ,       ,   the report b    id ���'���    and the com-
lax   By-law.      1 bis    atnendm< nt J
, \, ,- mittec dis barged, but  after  hear-
changes the ages from  2:   years to
,, . j- ., iug differcut  v'v r ���-��� 1  .pressed, the
t8 years and from .0 01    years.    1    ��
followini.   amendment   was  made,
Coun.   ':.'���  ".������  was granted ner-  ....   .   ., , ...
���Turiff save     ���'��� ���       ���   ���>'      . hat  ;1"'  comtnittee  be   not   dis-
1. uriu ,v��f| mission to replace   ridge at  end oi    . ,  ,   . .,       , ,
8 '. har ;- d, but that tti y be  tendeied
culvert. ',',,,, u-.ii      ,-,
: lank      : wli.it  they had
The Clerk was instructed to ioti- ��� . a(lv dpD    but ihi){ there wa_
v the C.P.R, that if the     . isb to
Marshall Smith & Co
ed the  door,
the tenders.
To ihis statement Mi
categorical denial under oath beforei purview
j the public accounts committee,  and ,
Ithe official  record,   therefore gavel
"       ty tne s_.r.K, that 11  tne     >visn to . ,,,,.1, 1. . ���.,.,..   .   ,.   .,-
I the flat negative to the allegation of cy0DUBUe     jn ,;   ,,;. ,       ,       .  ' .
Mr. Foster.    Notwithstanding ths,     ,,-,.,. ,      , ' "   c��airman was m tavor 01 lot
���    ,,   4 -,,;.c,    .1     ������   wharf it wili   be necessaty foi _  _,    .,      ,.,.  .. ,,  Creek, as he
Mr. roster caused hi:: speeeb  con- .    , - ,        .,      ,      .,   , s   >
to drive feudei   piles   for  that pur-   rai that  tke  ,rnt.r  wag
P��se> j   scelli        in   ;"    ivould  make one
H.J. Cresswell  laid  before the totaki aloni an axe and go to the
Council a plan   :     1    new  portionj .tad waters for a test sample.
of the cemeter tat   Boundary Bai Oliver,   M.P.P.,  in  speak-
1 the m tter, wi nl ���' ack ovet
I     introduction   ef   the   dyking
taining the  origh.al charge  to  be
printed by tiie thousand and   given|
wide   circulation   throughout    the
country      Mr.   Tariff   raised   the
question on a point of privilege in j
t;OUD     WATER    Wi.
HAVE.
MUST [ difficulty  as we  have to  contend
I with.
IN CHINESE  ATl'IK
On   Wednesday   last   th
  '    Strangers coming in wonder how
Editor DsvrA. TiMSS: we manage to get a drink, and go | was n,.1(ie  iiere or" ()c.  Wah, for
'away believing that there are  very, keeping a house of ill-fame", in corn-
Sir-. The public must feel grate- ^ ^ ]u the DeUa> . ^^ ^.^ you]jg ���my���  dressed
Now   wc   should    all   put   our! in Chinese attire.    Th-'  lady   rave
!al thai our Water Committee have |
. .   '   .,   1 whicl  was idoi t
the House, and   characterized thej
speech   as   "bristling   with   state,    The Ree.-e reported b a viti|        ���
    ments tbat were absolutely  false." | over the Gulfside.dyke in con      . poll           ut th    amount
! He chanted Mr. Fostei to bis face��*>> feobl' fardiue, Liberal candi- 0             i.    pi           : ���             in
with having delibera   i.   >enl   out *��* ^ *��   Dominion House, and hi     .a    oi  the  opinion  tbat   this
���'     I a speech which he knew contained ��*g*��ted that a deputation be ap- .          in good water waa
arrest! false statements as   . lucts.               pointed, to meet   tht    go-      ���    ��� ��f fai                       tance even th��i
eugiueer at  Steveston  0    '������'  - lay that.     The   committee   had done
moriiiu;.    The   Ri    e and   Clerk faithful ser%'i< ��� ; i-i  was deserving
Did'wens appointed a committee to meet if the  bank   oft     meeting for the
nd  show him ovei rk they hai          1     id Jje would
Foster thc
What did  Mr.
���onsented to continue their good I Moulder to the "Water Wheel"
vork in ..ndaavoring to find a re- and boost it along aud it we cannot
liable water supply for this district, boost, dou't knock, or try to knock
��� r   ,   ,       ,. ,      j   ,      ���. .'it over  hut gi.'e  our  committee all
lad they disbanded ns it  appeared n ovcr- uul *
it first they would   at  the meeting
the  sup.
iort  we   can   by showing
her name as Babe Stanley. Both
were allowed out on bail ol ;. ^5
each, buc failed to answer when
their names were called nest day.
Gee Wall is well known .-.Lout here
Qu bbl r.
Foster 'i"
In express any regrei   foi   having the Engineer
laced p. member  ol   ; arli iment   in the r'v.-r.
1 aise'posi ti n bi o  -the   ountty? |     The Uel    Rev.uue By-1
Did Mr. Foster, having admitted| pa,sed its third readirig.
< )n   mot on, '',   (.rauer
how   much   we   are  interested inland   the   lady    accompanied   lr.m
Saturday evening:, we should bave their t.n,ieavors. jfifom   Westminster, where she had
-i.ver  ceased   to  regret  it   and   it
Would only have been through h ck
of interest ot those most  interested J
:>r who should  be.    However, be-1
'ore  the meeting  ended everyone
present felt tbat we must have good
*ater at an  early   date as it is im- 'at S.30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.; return
possible  tor  this district to go on ing. leaves Steveston  at  <>:..�� a.m
^ny longer laboring  under  such a and 4:JO p.m.
Thanking you for the space,
A. UkR. TAYLOR.
The S.S. .Sonoma  leaves  Ladne:
! been giving the police <nmc trouble
Iin  tbeir endeavor-  to  rescue   hei
from Chinese "dope  dens,"   unde
the name o! Babe Cam 'ron
Just received, a
Lipton's lanious tt
.V..H. Smith
m     'i   ent
-
t! at he referred, t > Vfr. Turiff when
he stated wl.".t   was  iroved  to  lei
'.' tie,  make an.   attempt   to stop
_   ir- nlal ��� ii 0       ���  alse statement.
Did Mr. Fost.r id opt the manly
���-.id lienor 1 blc '<>ur-.- and promise
to witl dr. iv tii-iriirut'.i from public circulation.
He did ��� one of 1 ese things bnt
he nised a qu-b 1 ������ upon a point of
order, an;1 preferfe   tn  - :��� nre  any
aw. '408,
ap
Continued
on
Pecond Pat
pointed pouudkeepei ior   Bouadarj
B y.
On motion the Clerk was instructed to notitx II. Burr lo fill
��� 1 holes du.. alongside 1 is fence on
McDonald road or he will ' e h ild
���esp i -'-I- lor ���������)}��� damage caused
by same.
After passiug ths usual monthly
accounts, the Com cil adj ui 1 1 1 11
���Saturday. July 2.5th. at 2 | .m
uoi dn    '..'', hat the emu
hittee  be continued   and  that the
Council provide lit necessary funds
01   : opei   ���-  ':.- ing   on  of the
1   : .-   ���'   ;     wi s ]   t to 8
ol: it wi ied  unanimously,
.   :,-   wet   ' eing   ��� m.    dissenting
Th:   ivas .1 m   ���   uci   isful meet-
ng hi :.h much    xceeded
I     -    -     ..... ne expectations of
.he more enthusiastic supporters of
the scheme
The  meeting   adjourned   to   the
���all 0  the cl ���'". .*wmmmmn.,,mwm*,*m m,
THF, DF.T.TA TTMES, TUESDAY, .TT!T.Y 14, *$oS.
TIAktiS.
.5  r.VRRV TUESDAY.
SoasaufTioM, $1.00 por year.
ADVBRTIS11. IIATI.&.
fetusl &At-itUcmeiiU, u cunts per Uae foi
-betMtin-artioa. nnd scent*per Hue ior etch
The   number  ot line*
(iomc p.otectcn. \Tashion Stables*
 quem laaertlui.
wokened brthe apace occupied, u Una* to the
���cb
galas tor Commercial AdwttaameuU can be
hm ee appUoaUoa at tbl* oflce.
-ttadlaf notice* la celts per Une for each In-
Mf-tM,
atrth aa< Death aotlce*. joe, Marriagesfi.eo.
Aa? special notice, the object ot which 1* to
���rwislr the pecuniary benefit of any Individual
���ecumpaay.tobe considered an advertisement
aad charged accordingly.
All a .eetttt-i*eata charged for until ordered
���Nt and uald lor.
Cwretpondence Invited on matter* ot public
felsrast. Communication* to editor mutt be ac-
wmpaaied by name of writer, not necessarily
ibr publlcatloa, but a* evidence of good faith.
Carrespoadeace mutt reaeh thi* office by Thurs.
iay evening.
Gko. R. Manlky,
Manager.
TUESDAY,  JULY   14,  I908.
I If you want good water, talk it
Up among your neighbors.
F It must be very gratifying Jtojthe
members of the" Water'^Committee
lo receive such a hearty vote ot
thanks, as was tendered them on
Saturday evening last. And the
1 eople of Pelta are to be], congratu-
lated upon having the good com-
amm/ammigtjmnmmmmyywam mamamtf*g*    *    ^eam.     ���
vou sense to be able to appreciate
���uch a valuable service.
Successful Candidates.
Following is the result ot the
High School Entrance Exams, re-
oently held at Laduer:
East Delta, 3 entered, passed a���
Joseph Oliver! 574; Lily Huff, 560.
��""L��dner/j''^entered, -passed 1���
Gwendoline Dove, 590.. "V
* Sunburv, 3 entered,; passed 1���
Fred. Harrison, 561.
Trenant, 3 entered, passed 2���
Vera Gillanders, 616; Mattie Pybus,
S64-
Westham Island, entered 2, passed 1���W. Tamboline, 653.
The above shows great credit to
be due to tbe teachers in the ungraded schools, while the ouly one
credited to the Ladner graded
school ought, if the teacher got her
due, to be credited to tbe Sunbury
school.
BiseM Hatch.
\ first-class match was played on
Saturday evening last, on the Association Grounds, between teams
representing Port Guichon and
Ladner, with the following result:
Ladner. 1 234567
U. Betts        co u
C. Gifford     poo o
&. Rich ss o     u u
W- T��vh*   *b 0100
Bob Ganges 2b o     o z
J. Smith       cf 1     u     x
J. Guichon    If x
T. Hume    3b o
t* Murray    rf u 0     o
o 1 o I o o o
Port Guichon. 1 234567
%��� Page        rf 10    o    q o
W- Max .fell cf 1 x X        o
Ts\. H. Clajk ss o 1 z            1
G. Webster    p 1 1      1 x      1
Jf. Guichon    c xix         x
Dr. WoQdle. ?b 1 1     u        x
Pickerman   tb 1        x
V. Guichon   If t x         1     x
v* Seely       3b u         x u
6401103
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OH on las-s Ki Fan out o;
oaught .uit 11; rui'S 1.
Umpire, E. A. Bown.
hawwe yenr orlers or preserving
peaches, due to arrive _ooi:.���W
H. Smith.
The executive of our Game Pro
tective Association are now busy
and ate getting a supply of copies
of their constitution and permits
printed in a neat pocket book form,
a copy of which will be given to
each member of the association.
Following, is a list of the mem
bers so far joined and it would be
well if all those who do not find
their names here would forward it
to the Secretary, H. J. Hutcherson
accompanied with the membership
fee of $1.00:
A. DeR. Taylor A. Clausen. G
Grauer, Thos. Thirkle, Sam Morrow, Geo Dennis, N. A. McDiarmid
Mrs. "McNeely, G. R. Manley, Dr
Woodley, A. R. Leary ,H. N. Rich,
L. W. Embree, Robt. McKee, L. F.
Hornby. W. A. Kirkland, R. May,
Thos. Hume, Asahel Smith, C. B.
Daniels J. W. Lanning, E. A. Crawford, Marshall Smith, Geo, Mc-
Cluskey Jas. Kelly, John McKee,
John Honeyman, E. S. Browne, T.
E. Ladner, H. J. Kirkland, A. D.
Paterson, David Price, Jas. Berney,
H. J. Hutcherson, Wm. Livingstone. Jos. Harris, David Gunn,
Robt. Grav, Ed. Cammidge, T- B.
Burr, P. Pearse, Peter Clark, W. T.
Brandrith, Mark Rawlins, Jas. Nelson, Wm. Mason, W. H. Siddall,
John Perram, Jas. Follis, T. Roberts, S. T. Holbrook, Wm. Pybus,
Tuo. Simpson, Wm. Hadden, Alex.
Davie, Robt. Smith, Sara Morley.
W. J. Frederick, Wra. Stokes, P
T. Gibbie, Tas. Mason, J. McRae,
Robt. Stokes, Wm. Taylor, Dan
McGregor, Chas. Davis, J. P,
Follis. J. F. Green.
The Market.
New   Westminster, July    n.���
There was a very good attendance
at the  weekly  market  yesterday
Business in the auction rings was
brisk and good prices realized.
The following are the prices that
ruled during the day:
Beef,  hindquarters,   9c   to   ioc
per lb; forequarters, 6c to 6j4e.
Mutton, 12c to 13c per lb.
Lamb, 14c per lb.
Veal,  small,   ioc to 1 ic per lb;
large, 9c to ioc.
Pork, 8c to 9c per lb.
Eggs,   wholesale,  30c   per doz;
retail, 35c.
Butter, 30c per lb.
Fowls, $6.50 to $7.50 per doz;
chickens, $5.50 to $6.50 per doz.
Broilers, $4 to $5.00 per dozen.
Ducks, $5 50 to $6.50 a doz.
Potatoes, old, $20 per ton;  new,
$1.50 to J. 1.75 per sack.
Strawberries, per crate, $2.25 to
$2.50.
Raspberries, $2 to $2.25 per crate,
Gooseberries, 6c per lb.
Cherries, 5c to 6c pet lb.
Mrs. S. Morrow returned home,
Fridav, from a visit to the Terminal City.
A ladies' jacket was found, on
the Trunk road, Mondav, July 6.
Owner may have same on proving
property and paying for this notice.
���T. PIN NICK, Slough road.
Track Marks
OCSKMS
C9RfmoHTs4e.
��� Hiding ��� sketch aad desertptkm may
kl* aaeartala our opinion fro* whether aa
Trucking and Draying.    livery Work of
All Kinds Attended to Promptly,
AU Kinds oi Firewood Always On Hand.
I. M. COLL!NSON, P"����e n iamb, B.C.
SUPPLIES
Of ALL KINDS may be had here.
First  Come,   First Served.
JNO. REACH,   LADNER, B. C.
the Delta Saw
The Cetebroted Registered S'aBtart-ure _ Staltio t
" Philo Stone **
(37357), Rec. 2JS1U-
Sire���ALKXES, 2.1 a     Dam���LUCBLLE, 2.23 H
Foaled, 1900.  Bark "bay, 16 "hands 1 mcK
NOON.
NIGHT.
Monday, a Morrow's FaTin", Dr. Wilson's Farm-
Tuesday, Gilchrist's       "   ; R. E. Kittsoa's    '*
Wednesday, R. McKeeV   5 F. J. Cottkharfs"4
Thursday, I. Johnston's M   5 Loney Btas.1       *   Elgin.
Friday, T. Highland's   *'    ; Sullivan ttrefs.     "
Saturday, S. Hull's        <l   ; Gs B. Emliwe's, till Monday
K. A. B. Scholefield, Esq., George Brown,
Victoria, Owner. Stud Groom-
IncarporMci 4R69.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED,         - B4,000,00&
CAPITAL PAID-UP,        -         - $8,000,00��
RESERVE FUND,           ��         * $4,390,000
Total Assets Over Forty-Five Millions.
Are Prepared to . . .
Furnish All Kinds of
ROUGH   &  DRESSED  LUMBER
At LOWEST PRICES, Also
Shingles, Doors, Sash and
House  Finish  of  AH  Disciptions.
Accounts of 0��t-of-Town Castomers Given SpccUft
Attention.
BANK BY MA!I*
Savings Department.
Accounts may be opened wkh depasits of ONE DOLIrAR
and Upwards.     Interest paid, or credited, Quarterly on  31st Mavch, jotk June, 3dth
September, 31st December.
The  BEST Water  Tanks  Are
Made at This mill*
DROWNED AT ENGLISH BAY
Two lives were lost at English
Bay, yesterday morning. Mrs. F. S.
Shepard, of Calgary, and Miss
Florian Anderson, of Vancou.er.,
haviug lost their lives through
slipping into a deep dredger hole
at the end of the pier. Mrs. Shepard was only 18 years of age and
was on her honeymoon trip, having been married but a month.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL I.AND SURVKVO-R
Room a.Ellar . Block. New Westminster.
Notice of Dissolution.
(Continued trom First Page.)
little advantage the circulation of an
untruth would give to his party,
even at tlie expense of honesty aud
the respect of his fellow-members.
This is a sample of Conservati .t
literature. Literature based upon
the speeches of Mr. Foster, who of
all men in the House has less right
to speak to the people on moral
ethics until he bas cleared his own
skirts of tlit clidru'.1 laid upon his
shoulders bv the Royal Insuran; e
Com mission.
Of all men in the House Mr
Foster is the one who makes, wtaole-
sale accusations of wrong-doing,
and poses as one having the right
to criticise the doings of others
When his shortcomings however
are touched upon, he cringes at once
and appeals to the protection of the
Speaker He is absolutely callou-
as to the feelings of others, but is
particularly susceptible wheu h>
own record as a public man is
touched upon.
Notice .s hereby given that the
partnership bwetofore subsisting
between ns, the undersigned, has
been this day dissolved by mutual
���consent. All debts owing to the
said partnership are to be paid to
E, T. Calvert ex Ladner, B.C., and
all claims against the said partner-
���ship are to be presented to the said
E. T. Calvert by wliom the same
will be settled.
Dated at Ladner this 1st day of
July, A.D. 1908
1.. T. CALVERT,
O. G. LEWIS.
K. D. SIMPSON. Man-iaw, LABNEft, B. C.
B-UTlSfi  CO-JUSI-SIA
^^^A^A^^^^^^____A____-k_i__-^____^__A^__^*_^_IW
' mini ii auras'
(Westminster Branch)
Time TaMe
Cora 'leave Westminster terr Vanfconver tt 5.50
and 6:50 a.m. anil Hourly thereafter until 11 p.
m.; Saturday* and Sunday* at 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster, at >jo
and 6.50 a. in. _ncl hourly thereafter until 10 p.
111.; Saturdays and Sundays At 11 p.m.
FREK5HT CARS.
We run Srst-class freight cars between Westminster and Vancouver and all shipments are
handled with the utmost enre and d-livered to
consignee without delay Special attention paid
to fruit shipments. Oui wagons meet all boats
nnd trains.   Fdr-rt*l��, eW. apply to
SID GRW-ORY,
Traffic Mgt,
Westminster. B. C.
1, Mctf.JARR-1.,
tjdeat Mgt.
NEW YORK
CLIPPER
IS THE QMATMT
THEATRICAL m SHOW PARK
IN TA! VfORLO.
14.00 Fir Yur.   SlntfiCopjJQCtt
ISSVRO WEEKLY.
Sample Copy -Putt.
PRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (LM),
-UMRTJ.BOIIW,'     _ PUBLISHERS,
-fcinMSK. Al W.4.TH W.. NkwYOK.
Miss McNattgbton, of Teeswater,
Ont. spent a few days here las!
week, visiting her cousin Mrs
Wm. Wilkinson.
OUR SHEET STEEL
PRESSED BRICK
Is an Meal covering,  either for new
buildings or improving old ones.
it 1* nn unit mi qoicklv _mii��,
���VM K_m VUTMft?M* NffUTtM,
it me, unniHM m am aaa
MMQMrantrunu.
Consider its fin* appeamies ��� H.
splendid enduring qualities���and .light
cspemsc���aad decide to serve your owa
best ii.u rs__�� b, using it.
Fullest ImWmt of Mbnaatkm m our
catalog.
METM1W IMFfNtt CI., inmo,
MMMM* l_iif��iut<laaa,
A. M. TBYIOR,
G. KELSON THORPE,
Veterinary Surgeons.
kW Calls   .   .   .   .  s
Promptly Attended to
Phone ss Sultfton Bloc..
Ladwer., B;C.
J. HENLEY
NEW WflSTMINSTS*,   :-: B. C.
Manufacturers of all kinds ol
Soda Water, (Singer . >
Ale and Summer
1 Drinks-
f      Vour patrdtikge sWlidted
��'���& ��������<ni>s^si>s^��^iflii^
Fcr tying CkM-Up.
Pure a��d Vigorous Efewd Will keep
you in good toeatfh.
WA-HOO H��RBS
will if ive yen
Good and Pur* Bleol
.Send 50c for trial fct.oo package
(tw�� raonths' treatment).
Aoknt Wa>jtk��>.
Wa-ltoo Remedy Co.,
Vancouver, B,C
AccTimatized StecH.
Seeds
Trees
Want*
For t'he
Farm, Garden, Lawn efr
Conservatory,
Reliable VaTietifcs tit Reasonabl
Prices. No BdreTrs. ISo .Scalt.
No fumigation 'tb damage stock
No windy agents to annoy vofc.
Blty direct ahdget Trees and Seeds
that Oow-
i*��!n!lizers, Bee ShJ��p-ies, Spra\
Pumps, Spraying Material, 0*t
Flowers, etc. Oldest establislie;
nursery on the mainland ol  B. C.
Catalogue free.
H. I mm Nurseries,
Qi'tenhtmses md ��esdtiouses
VANCOttV^lt,   v   B. C
Mandolin f
%m*Htl\t *Ufe-*h reqteste-I tft iStift >
Mandolin Class, ali ��ow ipt*"
pired <o 4oso. For .arms, e��t),
a��>lV
&  Ba  WEAJtfe
C*e of M*. J. Ws -Lannino.
Mandolins, Strings, Etom,
Supplied at Citv iMtem. THE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY, JULY 14, 190&
discovered in California la
,, ���, ColoruUo fci ISM.   MMMli*
.., acdilfinai lu-both ewsM,
"iiot cnuted  th* 'tapresaluo
I.,' were "lylug -around luo*e ."
11,1''".'..rs drifted about lu hope df
��umU   Ittwels of tbo
iai  Inatuuees of -lucky
Three tm>u wbHe 'look-
In Callfoniitt discovered
mau wbo evidently
Ul-iu
Colli ��������� '
48 ��"
iVl'l.
r
THE CITY'S VOlOt
it 3-��*;\
Mr. 1'bay er
New  West"
bntloi
si-vol
,1(1
;rui,!;;;^IW: ^-fe..owr
���'',   ,;, tbe trio.   '*le bna^assed-ia
,a"       ������   "Let's give blm
They IK'S
ui
 ���deceiK
Some wife or
r
aid niiotber.      ^^^^^^^
,11 be glad If ever sbe knows
au to .tig a gmw. -Mure
tbe surface tbejr discovered
Ul   Tbe strunsef wus hurled
., place, aud wbere tbey bad
a grave tbey opened * sold
Think'nt'ttion (hit not tiro n>ily
Whoro as-iltido Ills nic-��n���-i.' nil a���
tlio only iniprc a of hi r liiiutl
On somber peak and'lonely at rand���
-Jole tot ine Inr mighty henrt colli'. 8_4
_B bomuiiHi wove alid-whispcring wiiirtl
Nay, ln tilts strife the Yorro remains
That-strugKlt-1 In old uplift at mini.
fcratroan"thisory of puv�� and mart
Trom out the grindta . ulseler'a hrart
"Maturnr womb of Mother ['.; .-th
That traveled with ilie AniV-.' birth
How bears to tlm* threw pm-iUn plica,
Tbeir-walls of books, the. <i mend ai_lea
tfdt In Xb idle, aliatsn >>o ..-
-Niagara reoelved hu' power,
Or oarbor. locked the sun ruya'fnsi.
Or flr tree Crew to Spirvaml must.
Pond nature unities with equal pride
On vaulting dome and prairies n ide.
If er 4iarp_ieli(n*l tlie Ringing wiree.
Her altnra tlie^electM04ros.
This human1 tide bears in Its flow
-ThewiUl unreal, the voice of waa,
That flru. a lifeless ocean txii-H
���In pain'to garth's primeval shore
-.Ernest Brow in Over li.nd Monthly
Tei. t��r��i_Lurila.
|j>a iliunUiiitls ure ueiil'ly ns ti inner-
: opium ti .11 .In and nodal gamblei'i
, niir l.'ss KiUiH.fd nni'.ds and ma-
|,i._ uf tbe Idle orlsioel'ticy of wealth.
,   ;,  terrible dlBBjpiltlOU.    Koine of
i' -, u'ttnig boll tbe __ia uutil evury bit
Hie i|uer<'itaiHiR' acid  Is cxtrut-tcd
1 tbe leaves, whlch'Tcas-lors'the bov-
,._;e bitter and dangerous,    .it Ae so
Liiugcn. tlint no mucous-tneinbruue
1 readily overcome its effcnrt.   Woin-
who ravel nud luxuriate dike sit belt l�� a-good -#lttk'meup.H���New
i'.oss.
TWO OLD FRIENDS.
iUSl
lolls
A. tl linn'to Trr.
f the >tlrat -yetor of our married
1 .ar." uald tbe young man wbo
���,.. but bad prospects, "we shall
1 , live pi���taeipallj-'ou dove."
,11, people can M*e*n-spoon
nit tbtsy. OcorgeY'
closer to bim.
leto-
���be auiti, wiUtf-
���I'lu'Uicllt
Sewt'ocka
1 .  debtU
fi'lrt.
: 1 wiwSts-
. - ruck.
It MlBfct De.
-I'm deteruilnod that
shut! puss -off  witb
Wbttfsccltft, Maria-
���Ihcn She IttMne mlii-ren.
IN.:ir the elevated road in l*nrk place'
n news ami apple woman.   She Is
iy aliKcntmlixlcd.  Also sympathetic.
r��K. ed street urebiti ran up to hor.
"Say." be yelled, "your-Uttle boy has
e.n run over by a MB'trhckT'
Where? Whei-*? -Por goodness' sake.
re7" shrieked the woman, rushing
U'.ly down tlie utreet. Sh->*_n half a
I. and then stopped suddenly.
i.ord, wlmt -a 1, old fowl I nm!" aba
il to her. eif ilinjnwtillljr.  "1 bare no
boy-   I've.- ��� ver iieeu Married."
eantline tin- _U'C0t urchin bad stol-
tunr apples au<i -i hunch of grup-M.
I IS  I
Am Impoaalbttlfy.       '
���t do not trust to luck, he saM;
To thus accuse rae is unjust.
4 never can he thus misled:
���I have no luck to which to trust
��� -V-osMnir        s-sl*-
-fhelr Oreetliifs When TKoy Met I.-
Alter Years.
An aueeiliito is rotated of tha liito Jaonl
Toma, a Maryland phllahthroplgt,   Mr
Tome, It appears, w__ In his early Hl'e'i I
hostler. JUy Industry unit thrift he SOonH
ae.qiiire.l-i moderuto fortune antl for some I
time beforo his death wus one of the rich ��|
���at intiii-tii-Ii1h..|i��i t nf the slate.
Anion.; Mr. Tome'gn..pitkliiT!_nc<_twhll<
Working around ihe Btalilu was n i.irpen-
tor named .Samuel Walker, who but}
a better fueulty for spending money that
tor saving lt. Utter In lifo'bo thought it
���xpedtoult-. remind Vr. 1'uiuo in the pros
���nee of a crowd that ke was at one Unit
only a stnblotmtti
It was on the occasion of nn ooWrtnln
ntcnt lit the Fort 'Bepomt Opera' House
���nd theeitixens of ihe town wero crowd
lng around thu ticket oflice window when
Mr. Tomb~ttpproanh'-_l. A hittrnitrr pass
ed ilwouMh tLu crowd, and many stepp__i
aside, giving wuy to the'notuil phllan
thropist so thnt ho might secure his ticket
���t once, inst.ad of having to wait ht.
turn.
They wnre r!ad toshow thplrresp'-Pt foi
tho man who li_d gained liie top rotnnt in
fortune's ladder .and who knew how to
���ssisi Ills fi How men, aa many In the
���rowd could testify.
Ono num. however,-hept his place. Tills.
wns Mr. Tome'B old friend, Snm Wni!;. r ;
In. tend of giving wa; ho remarked In n
tone loud enough to be heard by all presi
ent: "I'm not goin to givo up to JaLs
Tome! Ho ain't no hotter than I am. 1
used to know bim when ho was nothln
but a stnhlo boy."
Mr. Tome did not reply until after he
hnd secured hit -ticket nn<l madowayfor
thoso who bad "seen ._tea_;$ly wlthdrawii
for hlm He then s.-iiil lh a quiet tone, "1
used to know a man by the name of Sa'ii
W'ulkor, who was n carpenter, nnd I un
dersomil tbnt tlie same Sam Waiker Is *
cerpontor still."
Tho peoplu up|��aoil-_l thls'mtUl'stfhuko.
���nd tiiiin Walker siuuk awny.
Tilt   STmRS AND  BARtt
tame lHvoi-.tiiu History or llir'Klaa
of the bouilierm Cnate>denaoT.
Tl.e ting of  the  Confederacy, or rnth��
:h�� fl; j . of the Confedoracy.'hiid somo curious hits of history attached to their oxist-
enue     On March ft, 1KH1, the provisional |
Jiuifeiloiute congress reconmioiidad that I
'tho tla�� of   the Confederate States of
America shall consist of a red fluid, with
i   ��� hltn   space   extending   horlsnntnlly
Uiruugh iho center and equal lu width to
one-third tho width of the'flag, the'red
���paces r. ore and below to be of the same
ividth as tbo white, the uiit-in,:l'j^_e,'��x.
tending down through the white spaogg
und stopping at thu  lower red space, in
i-jo contrt df t*u union a cirole-Of white
sturs corresponding  in  number w th the
stntes af   lhe Confederacy."   -It was flrtt
displayed in public Mnrch 4, 18(11, the dny
of  the inauguration of  Lincoln, nnd wot
unfurled over the statehouae at Montgon: '
ery, Ala.
On the battlofiold  the (lag boro snrh ���
similarity tu tlie Union  Hag thut in Bep-
temlier, ism, for the Army of tbo Potomao,
Generals Beaurggnrd and Johnston created
what attorwiinl liccnine kn<Mt_n nsthe bat.
:1�� lUiy���ri ml ground wiMinWu. diagonal
cross eini.laz lid with white stlirs, one fdl
each stnt-i     1. laiKrtu was adopted iiy nil
of tbe troops egpol the Missiiiipfl river  j
Tho (ir.-.t desjrfi, boarttig tho objection ol
resemblance gpthe stars and stripes, and
the hattlellnlr^favlng 'ho revorso.'tlio Con-,
(Odeeate senate In   \pril, is<i:i, adopted a
white flag, wltb  a  broad  blue bar In its
center, wbich was amended  by Inserting
| the linttlcflng design as tho union, with ��
I  plain white ground for tho field.   This ar-
rungcjmmt Afterward proved faulty, as at
a distance tho :large white-Hold resembled
a fl .g ot'trmw, and ulso, as oomlitn: d with
thu  union, was similar to  the English
white cps'.gu.
On Feb. 4,1805, the Confederate senate
. 1 i. I�� ���
LS IN IJSUON.
POOR  RENT COFFINS FOR
JOURNIsV  TO TH��� GP.AVi.
THF
llic Doily Is ToUen Ont nud
��� iuiicil  t<> the Earth (he Kiupt.
Im ittlii:" -iil-tit lta O.vuer to B��
ii Out anil 0��er Atfalu.
; bo liuvial
. In Ouba
i i liui-u 61 ,
it of   I'or'.i
cusp ins of thoSpanlnh ����
ire In r,;;mu respects much
i,uiV,iVl," siid u lormor rpe
ir-.!. "Tlie poor there, like
���l1'
Tho law which ot present, governs tne
pmcticc of medicine in Franco forbid* tb.
ili.-nltnnttfua 1*octl�� -of m�� iclne and
ohnrmaoroven by a person who'n.ny be In
pi . .es ion of dipIouim In botb sUbjeof
A.-optod athlid ohangoi "Thawidth, two
thirds of its length, with tho union, now
aged as a battleflag, to he iu width three
-fths of tlio width of tho-'lii'T/nn-l so pro-
portloned ��_ bo leavo tholetigth of the field
on the side of tho-union twice the width
below it; to luivo a ground of red nnd
1 lroad blue saltier thereon, -bordered with
White and omblnzonodwitb mullets or II va
pointed Mars corresponding in number to
t!:::t. .if the Confederate states; thofioli.
to lie white, exeept the outer hulf from tbt
anion. vCiicli shall-he a red bt tr, mtundiiife
(ihewl l-'i of tho Mag "���Ohio Valley Man
-facto mr.
TURKISH  SOLDIERS
They   V'HI   SiiJIit   the   Most   Int.-nsv
t����B>  i. lti: I'.i mar _,.-\iilv I onllin.e.
An EngliUi .-trj.t'on. Tr? liyou,'while-
icrving wi* tie: Cuvi i?.ii army ln iht
eompnlgh of lb77"8 saw a ntfcrvtlous exhibition of the fortitude t-hr,t resists pain
i:v. sunt:'.;ns with ckecTfillness a violent
J_r.7sl._ll s'viek
The gnrgoou's tirtt cr!'i:e.i operation
���.vas performed on a TniUish soldier whose]
knee had been ghattorod by a shell Ho re-
fused to take chioroioii-i. nnd tho surgeon
_30k Id; te.Tu.i above tii*'knoe
Ho nevor groaaod ni>r utteri--i an ex-
���;lsination,'l)i'.i. _:i!(ikod 0 cigareite during
��he cpor..t'r.n     When the '1 urkish oaptalt
ennie around with Ms notebook to ink*
ilcwn tho aame, ��it<i and Mginiont-of o___ri
wounded man.hisy-atientwnswrtted iiuict
ly all questions, though the surgeon was
itltcbiog  up the flap of  skin  over
poor in Spain, economize on fanoral
uses by in; king ono nollln serve for 1;
,., . iier of funcf.ilg In succession. In Lis
_-,n'ni lenst tho coffin ls usually u vory
u. .-tanliul jdwe of work, covered with
ed leather nnu Ireely studded \. ith bras*
mils. Un Md la attached with hinges, bo
',.::, tlie cnUn optrs and shuts liken lnrg.
: :ik - Jf courts the selling price of ur.
irlicie li'isn this would bc beyond the
jeans of any poor family, hut the rent
cr 000 day ls 0" mpnVntlTgty small.
"Whon n funeral procession reaches th��
aimvo In the great I'raznres oohietery, just
jUtsn'.CMf LlKboB, the undertaker'*; men.
extend of lowering the ooflln, open its lid.
'.n :-.'��� mil I'm.-. iir-|)se and lower lt iuto its
'.-,-t-estiMfr place. The empty-eolTiu is left
litre until a Qallogo'tekes lt back to lu
iv.inr ulUir tho mourners have retired.
"Theso Gallegos, bytho way, natives ol
flaiii m-i 11 Sjialn. do nil the-Wouli of por
tors tn Lisbon. If you ask a native Portu
guese servant'to carry a parcel -or a valise
through the streets, he will answer you In
.1 tone'of offended dignity,'Vou chamar
11:11 Gallego' (I will -go and cull a Cal
logo), for misi.aii��e Portugtteso would bc
seen enrryiug u load of nny kind In public
"These -snllegos havo no objection to
carrying a load, even when
reoently vacated coflln m
ot work they come to Lisbon for, so  that
In their o!d  age they may go   *v-~
frontier to Galicla und live on their sav-
Inga. And one little incident that hap
poned wlille I-was in Lisbon showed how
Little Impression superstitions regarding
death  make on the Gallego mind    The
C,Do yoa remember, as a boy, how '
delighted you were with your firat'
I STEVENS? Truly an event at that
time. Give YOUR BOY a
STEVENS now. Will add to hi*
happiness anaeducation.
MAKE A MAN OF YOUR BOY I
--MURCJI   NOTICES.
ALL SAINTS
(Anglican.)
Holy Couitntmioti���1st ana
undays at 8.30 a.m.; 2111I and
unda> -; at 11 a.m.
Mutitt.-, 11 o'clock.
Even.i ng, 7:30 o'clock.
Rnntl iy .Scl'i ol at 10  1 m.
Fridaj' evening, Litany at 7:
Rev. E. K. Ivartletr. M.A.
3^
I'I'
If yoa caanot obUin
sieveks amjts���
asoTOtJgs���
TXSTOU
tiMiyowDnlit,
we ��� hip dlrKt,
npnu prep .14,
apoa receipt of
Cotalog Prtco.
Tor 5 cents
la Ham. ��� ta
ptypoiUfe, �����
-rUllend jom
onr coapleu
160-paft rire-
��nn CoUluj.
:3��
\ its'
J. STEVENS ARMS ft TOOL CO.
P. 0. Bo-40��8.
Chicopee-Falls, Mass.
C&TBOVtC
Seivices first and third Stadtiy _Sl
each month ail 10:30 a.m.; Henedie-
tion, 7.30 -,).m.
Sundav sckool nt 3 p.m.
Low Muss'and Holy Communion:
first and thirtl Mondays at 6 a.m.
I      Rev, Father Wagner, O.M.I..
Parish Priest.
tha
the  load is a
That is the kind
or, so  that
across the
th*
COLUMBIAN
NJEW WESTWftNSTER, B.C.
Ine<#pOratfed <f8S3
Students <# both
 |tep��rratory
junior students taking
School work and prepares
Founded U892
Pr<-vides a
���Clfrtstian   flotne fdr
sexes at moderate   rates.   Has a   preparatory   class   foY
Public School work.     Does High
for Provincial Teachers' E*am*
rnations,     Teaches  all branch^  of a  Practical Business
Course .nd^vfors Diplomas.     Imparts a t^ra   Educa-
Course, and in the Ladies' Course
A.    In Theology confers -the de-
take students through
the cnmplet* Atts Course for the  *\^J2n^l
Untversi^^h whfch the ��ege is m ^ ������   U
stamp,
At the. first batfteof 'Plevna Dr. Ryan
worked all day ��iuo:.j{ the'wmiuilcd. In ) weaw
_is bpok, "Undur t'uo Kek' Croscont," be ?"'o.
rcccrds thnt in all1bis surt,kal t^p��id___oe'. se0 *'
-10 bus luivii- known men to oihtbtt sach J oven
tortitti-io twdev UStohMagony ns uiil thos* j
Turkish soldiers.
The reooTery of the Wounded, consider
lng   the   unfavorable  conditions   undor ���
which they wore '-treated, lillcil  him witk. ]
.vooder.   Thtil^lilitirias wero tftn-ililc, but j
;h��lr  splondid   physique, unimpaired  by
loteniporooco, enabled maity of tliem aftet |
1 few weeks lu the hospital to resume their
ilaro. In tho ranks.
"1 li'ivor saw a private soldier under the
Tfluence of liquor during tho whole time
iiat 1 was  in the  oqp.fltry," wrILus  tSur
'Sim I'.ynn     "Tharo were  many of  these
uen whose  Urea 1   could hav* saved if I .
-lulil hava persuaded them to tako stimu-  I
.ants, hut lt was  impossible to got them ���
to tout It aleohol -nen as medicine.
" The (principles of their rellxlon forbid I
sheuiuof alcohol, and tho  hit mhlo Turk
liiu-it 3ii toiieciously to lis religion that 1
'.3 would 'rather  moet death'Itself thani
. io!at a its precepts.'' |
Many-of tho wounded lost their live*
Tinj! tvi their religious Iniliof that the lost
of a llmli would provent them from on-
turlag purudise. T!uiy refused to submit
o amput-allon, preferring to die rather
ban tu lire maimed
IVkit KHrtloWCaa Oo.
Unnrers inside of a monitor turret ���uffag
ntonsoly from heat nerieratcd by the con-
nsslon if lliooueinieH'-lannnn halls when
.in y sti-IUo the steel walls oTtfie turret.
Theouorgy of visible motion ls sudden
y orrmtcd and becomes molixiular energy
l,o' furm of hunt     The niovlng  mass
niunnioati .1 lta motion to the molo-
t.-il of the turret as well oi
city of Listioti collocteil toll on goods
brouHhtwithlii its liralis, and thore wcre
guards nt thu diffovoot Katns of the olty to
aee that nothing was smuggled in
"Ono very rainy luternovn the guard it
the Vraseres gatu glanced along thc ns i
that leads to tlio cemetery and saw a 6 _������
pioious looking   package   lying on   tl 1
ground close till tier the wall on one sid
i here was not a living  being  ln  sight.
The guard thought he had detected a plot
Ho 1'miiif.ht thnt that package, whatevei
it might lie, bud been left there under the
Wall   by  smugglers, who wero  no doubt
sheltered  somewhere in Its neighborhood
and watching their opportunity to rush it
through tho gate as soon as  the rain held
up a Iittlo.    ._othc nctivn .ind Intelligent
officer got "his littHjsworil ready te draw nt
1 moment's notice, and, regardless of the
|_ownpiiisi',artvaiic.ed along the road tosur
prim and HpprelioiVd tbe-smugglers, or, at
least, their goods.
"When bc got to'within SO yards of tht
su.i.ii lows object, Ire made out through tia
rain tllat tho case on tin-  ground was ol 1.
rod color and studded all over with brass
nails.    Tbnt discovery startled him a lit
tie, but iho 'next ���moment, ho' was  utterlj
demoralized ai seeing'tho'lid of tho coflir
Ily open  aud a disheveled  head thrust itself out, Its eyos storing wildly     Without
waiting to draw his sword dr<_.allengo tbc
apparition,-tho guard faced ubout and ro
treated at '�� 'run.   'When tie ""reached the.
., ha called his comrades' toeomo ��i;t'. ,
thu abandoned corpse tt��.t  ttr.tl I v.������'.
Itecnfi!!'. on the >vay>it!i'     Tha fore,
joized   their  carbines and   pnrade.1 undci
shellur of thc archway, but what they siiv
ivas only a very lietlragglcd Gallego tratup
mg toward thuni, i_��iryi-ug��n empty coHir
on his back.
"On examination tt.e Qftltega depos::'
that, being overtaken by tho rain on hlf
way from the cemetery, bo had shut him-
self up in tho ooflln to koop dry anil wait
fur fairer weather, but, when he hoard foot,
stop., stealthily approaching, ho begun to
bo afraid that BOtne one was coming to
play a tiiek and lock him up Thnt waa
v. hy bo bud so suddenly thrust his hrud
nut i.nd st.ircd lie wos DO corpse, tut 1111
honest, bardworklug Gallego. As tot
the ciii'iltt, the sunoreg guards might look
for themselves and see -.hat lt .vas empty
"There scorns to  bt"* cortuhi'morbid
A Mm Calealatloa.
A Flemish gentleman conceived
Idea that he "Would only live a certain
time, so he mode a nine calculation of hig
fortune, which he oo apportioned as to look
Just the same period as he guessed his life
would extend to.
Strangely enough, his calculations came
correct to the letter, tor he died punctual
'If at the time he had previously reckoned.
Be had go far exhausted his estate thai
-after his debts hod been discharged a solitary pair of slippers represented the entire
property he left.
Hlg relatives burled him, and a representation of the slippers was carved on tbe j
'tomb.   Today in a churchyard at AiuSter
dam his grave may be seen, tho only la
METHODIST.
Services next   Lord's D.ty at  tt
a. m.aml 7:30 p.m.
Class meeting, after tTae inorniiir
service everj- Suuday.
Sabbath School at 2 p m every
Sunday. Prayer meeting every
Thursday evening at 8.
Rev. T. F.-Belts. p��9tor.
scrlption on the stone being  two Flemish
_.-   ura ._ v���n> ,\ ��   >tExactly
ords,   "EfTenNyt
! London Mail.
(l.>,
..-
Matrimony In Persia,
Matrimonial engagements in Persia are
divided into two classes. The real marriage, which ts considered the most ra-
s____tahlo, is confined to four wives. In
the other tbe number of "partners" of the
husband's joy and sorrow is unlimited.
Prenecapleil.
The  professor  had  fallen  down stairs,
and as he thoughtfully  picked himself up
'he remarked,  "1 wonder whnt noise that
was I just heard?"���NewOrleaas Times-
Demnorat.
'Oreat Icktae.
Mrs. Pinlpson, in hCT "Many-Memories
of Many People," says of Archbishop
' Whately: Re was utterly regardless of appearance. If he came to us -without a
servant, aftd perceived a hole ln his black
I stocking, he would put a piece of sticking
Cster on the corresponding part of big
tooenoeal tho dstet.
ST. ANDREW S 'Pl.KaBYTKRlAN
Services next Lord, s Day at 11
a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Sabbath School at 10 am Midweek meeting on Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Rev. J.  H. White, M.A.
BAPTIST.
"Sabbath -cervices ������ trescent 'Island, 3 p.m.; Ladner. '7:30 p.m.
Sunday Schcol at 10:30 a. m.
Prayer meeting on Thursday At
18 p.m.
Ta make fortunes-out
nf thc future ymi-must
put something Int" the
pr'.sent      .       .       ���      -
Agents', Wanted
To ' Sell   Securities.
FOE.   S/U.E'yr��it  Lan..  foul
' Chea-p      (.ogles,
City r.tits, Finns and Bnbufbau
��� Acreage, ii;*, , ^-",
Ool*d -Coppars Pay
Big   Dividends   all
over Hritish
.- .       Columbia
BRITISH - 	
-Contninmg'pve*- 100 Views.
COLUMBIA - ILLUSTRATED
-T-.wni-nAing'Pvef 100 Views,   l'ost paid 25c,, Stamps.
Richest Province in the British Empire.
Nothlag Risked, Nothing Gained. Nothing Ventured, Nothing Won.
Splendid Opportunity to Invest.
The Richest Men in the World are investing'in Ii. C. Copper -
Gold and Silver Mine..     Why can't you begin now I
The Greatest field-'-'upper Discovery ef-thr Age is-In B.C.
fondness for what maybe called playing
with tho dead in Portugal. Tbey scom to
take a poonilar ddiglit in dressing up!
thoir dead and exposing tboui to publh
view. 1 happened to he present nt the
solemn roquioui of a oardlnol patriaroh nl
Lisbon, when  tho corpse, dreancd
���anonicals, waK placed Vn
iostiire to faco thu crowd
thc cathedral,-and I
that tiie i��'torment
  ill full
a balf sitting
in   the nave o'.
thought  at the time
ought ��� t��>  havo  taken
Mines directly west
sold   from   5  cents to #100.00;
Smelting'Co. ot Canada,
California,   adjoining  our  own.
Mine  pain   over   $3,000,000
British
Four
32  per
it.
place sooner.
'Ono fino Sunday nftcrnoon in spring I
wns strolling along ono of tho main thor
1'.'.-.faros of Lisbon when tho shoots antl
erry clinttor o��-a lot tit' little hoys-Hid
side
'tion in its Collegiate
Tor M. E. X.,anid M. *L
.^ree of B.D.    In University work can
11
ia�� coi
tviles ef the
''Vim tin!! lim ii.
��� il.le ' n.iitinii  when
lit, evon   ttint-lf t
11
Ail
_uiii S I
arre. t-'d   Iw
rniwiit'B waler
tollcMbcrtUtd nib
W we take twoplccea ot	
tbem togot_i(_-, 1 licy eatr'*' heated by the
friction-iintll thi* it .-tin�� joint is readied.
if \> a should pour water Into an ordinary
rotary 1 i'tirn and t'nm Iho crank, the mo-
shnnkvU energy exerted against the water
5��1U fee transiinused into inolei-.ular rner-
i��y. arid' the wati r vviH liewarineil in pro-
the amount of mechanical cnur
uu
merry _^	
lii-ls   attractol   my  attention
.tract.    Tho children, all   nicely- dragged
were coming down tho .ulo street ate
lirisk walk,-evidently interested in nonio
that WOS   living  curried   aking   Iiy
or four of tbem. When they reached
H<aw Hint the center -of  inter
nil brass m milk il coOin
ami i eouhl we the lit
tiling
Scie
nee
^sthe^st ����V Toronto School ^
����,%*��*-�� Spatial E^g^eriug Con��e adap ed t
iymP work ih this Province.   In Ntisic, a
complete ����urse
piano
and
Practical -Btigineeting  ^^^^-^^^^
m theorj., toice culture, and
organ, in cotfjundt.on whh ^the Toronto collegeto nmsie
��peckl instrnction in art aad elocution, while all jtudentt,
ate reqnired to take physical training With all the .prrV-
-ilfjges of a -well equipped.gymnasium.
i_irti��ui t<
gy expended
he eiirm-r
e.st was a very sin:
i li* Ild was'o|.i'it���____________
tin llo-iver'elfcOkdU und bbdbsened cor|i!-o In
>ii!o cf it.
"Another timo'I rtltitook  tho c-srpsti ol
a child on Its way to tho grave (or a waxen
11 of tho Miulonnu being carried ir.
.-slim, "lit was-n little dead girl bean
Every Dollar Subscribed used In-Development of Mhte.
Special Cfier-iCcper Share, will shortly advance to $1.00
of Le Roi and Xe Roi No. a,   shares
and  Consolidated   Mining  and
Ltd.. shares $150.00 each; the Giant
shares  about fir 10.00; Grflnby
"Dividends per ^year-  Gold-copper
Columbia paid  Large  Dividends.     liiR
$800  in  gold, copper
cent, in the    ^^^^^^^^^
NnTK_Most ot'these mines
orer-capitalized even now, pay biff
the railwav, near smelters.
Rossland Mtaes received Highest AwArds lor
mprer ore sent to St. Louis I.xpostUon Rig T
Display at Dominion Fair, New Westminster, B.C,,
No less than 100 shares
can be had on instalment plan, or
oftsh, balance monthly. SH
Nearly Two Hiles of
mines in uruisu ��_ _.,.....��� r_.-
aasays trom  $5 to $800 in gold, copper, silver,   with
Treasury.   -Invest now and you wont regret
sold for a   few cents once, bu
dividends.    Big   Four is on
richest  gold-
Four had Best
old, All Cash.    Above this shares
yearly contract, 15.P" cetU-
Company
lins no-.rlitsnr liabilities.
1. "MlBlng DjJ-to-Mte,   t'
Railway On Prujierty,
Sen . for tUu -triui (i Prospect us uti-l'lfcViW-
Secrelary, with s eni'.s iii stniuii-s.
BIO   FOUR  MINES,   LIMITED
Vanoouver, B. G.   Canada.
Im n
pn-.
P.O. Box 174,
Oo* 111, li.ii.r4.
1 r.'iiienilior hearing of  a law coort case
hoW 'rf min hail entered ifH-tiction aKnitut
railway company (ot an  Injury to
an accident
his
Said-the opposing
M
arm in
"I undorstnnd yoa have lost the uso o.
ruiir arm entirety through*!hto"i.cch!nnt"
"Yes." snid tbe plaintiff
Tsawyl-r��� How high can you lift yo��
a��ni nowf
I'lnintffl, with groat -BIRculty, moves K
about an Inch.
"Uow far oould'yoa 11(1 11'before tha
accident?"
"Right up there!" at the some time
shooting ft tight up over his hend.��J-PWl-
��di li'hia Kvening Saturday Post.
Take* ���* tmmrni
n always eeeewe
\    i\2^im*m^et*m*** ��*
JL' i^CDHEl" " ry~d~:4a
Ulillv drcsseit In White witin and weorlns
a m hi'10 veil and white flowers. 1 be lltw.
iLidvlmtHjaenniudoti) sit up inaeiat.
n-ii'ilifonr hoys wero oarrying on their
.hoiildera. The bearers and ��l>eoth<* 1
ehildrer'-si the,proevs.sioii wove ��kW"i.
bons and -white-lowers, alt cinblomati. 01 I
mnooanue am) happy confidence that the
.on', of their little frit'iid-wasin paiadiae.
���New York Sun.
1 -
iPOLITICAL QUIP6.
Hrli w paraphrase���thsr-colonel et ths
Ht;cr.���iyraeubo Herald.
Whichtvor Mckit (Roosevelt or Aan
Wyek) wins'tho Dutch will take >ew
liollafid.������ New York Tribune.
About nil 70U con say in favor o�� on
officeholder is that when he begins he has
the boft iirtiutiens tn the world ��� Atom-
mui Globe. ,
.So for Ohio hot hod three secretaries of
itnte    ln ono ndminittrution.    And tne
irst term adihlnistwtton Is not half over.
; f lotirte, if there arc other vacancies, Ohio
vill Ul)  them.   Noble sU��l-B^ttin<*��
Ann-rletj-
The Delta Times
tor
job   Printing, lHE DELTA TIMES} TUESDAY, yd."
m���a��
LOCAL NEW IS.
I
Lost.
\V. II. Smith si cut Wednesday
in Vancouver.
II. X. Rich  spent ye terday  iu
thc Terminal City.
Robt. May went np to the Royal
.ity, tbis morning.
G. Paterson yaid a short visit,
List week, to Ins sister, Mrs. Alex.
Da*ie.
Two Young Horses ��� i black
t vo-y. sir-cld and i buy mare, i-
year-old. Strayed 'voir. Enderby's
glace. East Delta. Anyone knowing of whereabouts 6f same, kindly
n itify
T   DAVIES,
Florist, New Westminster.
��� '��� m .nm.i.tLir"
Wife
-VC   Ht'l
K
t&a
Notice of Dissolution.
Miss Myrtle Mack, ol New Westminster, ia visiting Miss Mn:< rva
Smitb.
: Notice is hereby gi .en that the
partnership heretofore subsisting
! between us, thc t&ndersignect, has
; born this day dissolved hy mutual
I consent. .\!1 i|ebts ovt nfc to the
said partnership arc to be paid to
I E. T. t. alvert at _.adn< -. IkC., and
Mrs. John   Reid. of New  West- aU <Mm aga}nst th( .��� , ,   partner*
minster, is among the campers at | ghip ;m, u. ���|,e pteS( .,, a t0 the said
t,ic Rav' j 1%. T. CalverX by   vvlvom  the  same
  I sx\\\ te settled.
Guaranteed, tipoa absolutely safe security firsl
mortgages on substantial city properties Seven and
Em:...it Per Cent.. Guaranteed, free of all charges,
upon sums ranging from Five Hundred Dollars up.
White, Shiks &
New Westminster, B.C.
Agencies Represented���
Hartford Fir. Insurance Co. Iu . wanae C, ot Nortli ..mericn
Iht-ntx lnsur .nre Co. ol lliuoklyu    The Ocma  Accident ft Guarantee Corporn-
Conuectleat Fire Insurance Co. tion, Ltd., of Coudon, Kur-
Imperial Trust Co.. Mil.  Vancouver. H.C.
���BOSS
\V. B. Skinner  went   over to the
Dated at Ladnei this   .st  day ol
Terminal City
short visit.
on Friday last, on a
P. J. Foran, ot the firm ol Furan
& Co., Vancouver, paid a short
business visit here on Friday last.
July,
A.D;   liii".
Iv. T. CALVERT,
G. G. LEWIS.
Notice of Dissolution.
Among the campers who went
out to the Bay, yesterday, wcre Dr.
and Mrs. Drew, of New Wes'.miu-
stei
Miss Maggie MacKenzie started,
yesterday, on a well earned two
wicks' vacation which she will
spend in and around Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. John  McKee.
eompanied  by  Miss Ferguson,  of
Enclaud,   relumed  home, Friday,
from a visit to Victoria aud the
Sound Cities.
Notice is herel y given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting
between ns, the undersigned, as
butchers and cattle dealers in the
Village of Laduer, has been '.his
day dissolved by mutu-ii consent
All dells owing to thc- said partnership are to be i aid to T. W. Foster
at Ladner aforesaid, and all claims
against the said partnership are to
be presented to the said T. W.
Foster by whom the same will be
1C;| settled.
Dated at Ladner ihis xst day of
July, A.D.. 1968.
JAS. McCALLAN,
THOMAS W. FOSTER.
Usui Registry Bet.
Have You Tried
Royal Standard Flour
���m    hi   1 ���ip���. h 11 ���<������������a���1������   in    ���        -���   ���_. ���'!   "������'       ll1"'1"*"*
manufactured in Vancouver from selected prairie
hard wheat? If not, ask your Grocer for
ROYAL STANDARD when you order bread
flour. He has our guarantee to refund your
money if you. are not satisfied with the results
on baking day.
Get ROYAL  STANDARD and you have
the best.
Sold by W. H. SMITH.
M.'-.NUl-ACTl'REB   BY
Vancouver Milting I Grain Co., Ltd.,
To notify the people of Ladner and sop-
rounding district that we are now in a
position to ofter Vancouver Island
Portland  Cement
At greatly reduced prices* making it. possible for parties, who contemplate building
to put in concrete foundations at about the
same   cost   as   piling   or    other   inferior
material.
Write for Prices.
GILLEY BROS.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
B. C���
.   When you wish to buy  visiting]
cards call on thc Delta Times whoj
will sell the best money  can  buy, 1
If you need them printed, why youj Re   Part   135  Acres of Lot  177,1
are money in pocket by calling  on     Group II., District oi New West-
the Delta Times first. minster. j
  j    A Certificate of Indefeasible Tftl'e ]
^     j to the above property will be issued
SACKS     and     SACK     TW I > :���.',   {0 William  - , u.,', orougij Kirkland
Bran, Shorts, Corn and all kind's^   ^ ^  (1.,y  of  ^^ ^
nt I eecl. j uniess j,, t;ic meantime a valid ob-
Brackman-Ker   Milling   Co.;  Ltd., I jectlC^U   thereto  be   macS  to me in
Hi N.. RICH,  Agent, writing   by   a   person   or  persons
VANCOUVER P. C.
i.adner, B. C.
claiming au estate <
in, or in any part;;
Walter Willoscroft, government
contractor, who has been building 1
bridges on tire North Arm o' thei
F-raser, has, we understand, been j
given charge of the work of con-|
sti acting a bridge across Canoe
Pas s,
!.terest there-
cof,.
C. :-.  KEITH,
District __.. gi .tsa* of Titles.
Land Registry Office, Kew Westminster, .'.'. C., July itli. 1908.
If You Have Not Ordered Your
INDER TWINE
The ruoviiig picture siiow ai the
Town Hall, last uight, was a very
nice and very clean entertainment.
There was a fair turnout, last evening, bnt the company arc .deserving ofa ir.orc generous suppotl thisl
evening.    ' v 1
The person ->r persons having in
their custody or pos . aion the following Title Deeds relating to the
said property are requested to deliver the same to the undersigned:
30th April, 1887, deed, John Kirkland to Edgar Franklin Kirkland.
CORBOULD & GRANT,
Solicitors ior applicant.
\ev- Westminster, B.C.;
See Us Before You Do.
berries, Currants and
All Other Berries Wanted
SILVERWARE,
Gut ffitas&m
Walshes and
All  Kinds of Jewellery.
New Stock.
Call and See Them.
Jl. Clausen,
LADNER.   B.  C.
Mow About*
_^_l
-��___A.           A *
0     \"^\^mm^^S^^V
PHoJ(SE GC^C. 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, no
old fashioned appliances.
ALL OUR HARNESS
is made front thje best of
leather iu the most workmanlike manner. Blankets,
Whips, Halters and everything a horseowner needs.
B. C Leather Co., Ltd.
H2 Hastings Street, Vancouver, B. C.
\V'�� waut YOUR eggs. Taken
the. year round you will make from j
' to 10 per cent, bringing them I
her.;. To-mon-ow wc pay 32 cents]
per dozen tor vour Egg9. N.li.��� \
Only strictly fresh eggs wanted���'
KawhAll Staith & Co., Ltd.
FOR  SALE.
The Vasey farm
Ccmposed of part of Lot 26,
Croup II, Ladner, B. C. This
world-wide farm contains 1 35 acres,
all under cultivation,, fenced and
underdrained. Soil unsurpassed
for richness. Suitable for roots,
;;rain, hay or dairying.
.V  first-class  barn, dwelling, etc.
The beauty and value of this farm
. ,   .   , can oulv be known  by inspection.
ptndinm ot useful  information that- Tr   ,-,,,,        .    , ,
1 . . It desired, thc live stock  can  be
purchased, whkb consists ot  some
fine  teams  0!   work horses, brood
Thv!   Provincial   Department  oi:
Agriculture hsis just issued a very
neat book, for distribution among1
.he members of the various Farm-,
ers''Institutes, entitled "Thc Hor-1
t.ciii'Hurist's Rule Book,"  a corn-
is worth many times the value of
lL��. membership tee
Also.
ISow Potato^, Immediately.
Don't forget that we want
All Your Poultry
*
at the very BEST PRICES
A_iiy thi ijo* and Every thing
In the way oi. Farm Preduce and Machinery handled,,besides a. Few Specials for t_ e
Farmer's Wife.
Estate ot
Wm   L.   mcBRIDE,
1
General Merchant
Phone 5,   -   Port Guichon
���mm.
mares and young  stock and about)
WESTMINSTER EMPLOY- *Sof the *>��* (lairy cows to be
MENT AGENCY���Under new found   '"   tlu'   P'ovince,   together
management,      266     Columbia' with all  necessary  farming   irapte-
street, Phone 366, P.O. Box 807.! ments.
Can supply you with all kinds of-     *�� "t'-ler particulars. terms: etc., |
islp  promptly. Farm   Hands e.-,-  ��PPr7 or write to
peciallj'. free of charge.    Branch C. 0. MAJOR,
.-.See, 107 Cordova street west, [ Official Administrator,
Phone A/7S0, Vancouver, B.C.   ' New Westminster
E. T. r_ALVBRTt a
BNERAL
dealer!
Produce Stored and
LADNEF,  B.C.
To m b. c Ports. AJl/L
nr*.  .-;.
ft"*aa�� -i.  - _r
1 1
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v
.2.
>VqI. 5, No. 4S,
LADNliR, B. C, TUESDAY   JULY  14,  1908
Haying Necessities*
Ottawa Letter.      Delta Council
.. t
���?   :;   ��� ��� . I.���:���*.- tii   ������
%
rf
i in . ousel ���
he 'Delti
It pays to use the very best salt you ca
for your Hay.    WE 'HAVETT.    Ask for LIVERPOOf
COARSE SALT,
Hay  Forks and Carriers,  Blocks, Cable
and
Everything Necessary for Making Ha,Yc
ii - itt ���
with
he      J. - meetii ���   held  in   tht Towv,
i Satur       night, ti    1'scuss
I jjood
very repreaentatiye
h
In
With an election within  measurable distance, the time
FRUIT   JARS.
500 Dozen. - - 500 Dozen.
Pints, Quarts and  Half Gallons.
Dry Goads.
Summer Vests, Hosiery, 'Neckwear,
Veilings, Belts, Sunshades,
Bathing Suits and Caps.
Ladies'  and   Children's  Footwear.
Hen's furnishings.
Ottawa,   June
.vative party seeks to gaiu   power Con h    il
i by a campaign of misrepresentation  ful_   mi    at   z
Obtain !an*l.slander,    tf  there   had   been  Reeve     !    ..     I
anything in the policy of the gov-   bah    and Con bhi :���.   ��� ��� opening  i1  looked as
:nitn ent tjiat might be assailed with i   ikhrist    [, , -.-... eryfewofDt        n  idents
any hope ol  sucess  it  is  reason-', .  .                                              ��� -���..-,_
,'---*                     ,                     sent. - ,- i. rest    ti  thi   introduc-
aule to assume thai the Conserva-
dve party would have directed their I    Mmutefl '           '   ;     but at Soothe
attack  in  such  a direction.    The ���were adoPted   "   "   ��� .mer.teJ bv   a  suf
fact  that   ihis is not  done  is an ���������,���..    ���:  iber  to comfortably fill
eloquent tribute to the government     From T.  ,     ....,.,���._  a,:,,;.:.i;, -   h ll
;)' L,i' '::''                                         plans of subdivision of N.E.}{ Sec. ' i!'  Reeve, J. _    Paterson, occu-
136, Tp, 1,    The Reeve \ ts auth . :-! the chair and it    _  fevy words
forth, Appearance  of 'the TsuS H *��^ *"*  "  " " " ""     "    l"   ' "* ** * *��� "* """**
deluge of Conservative   campaign I    P^om Tupoer & Griffin u.   Delta and then  called upon   H   N. Rich,"
literature    Thc  country  is  being |vs-V-V" & E"   aPtif>''n8  Co��ncil   ,s se��etary-��f the Water Commit
flooded witha distortion  and mfa_ of Judge Clement's decision noth   ' the work
representation of departmental deal- graut   an   inJ"n<*iou   against   the
ing, tlie evident object oi which destruction ot the ihort Iin.
to deceive the people as to the true     Coun.   Gilchrist stated   that   no
state of affairs, and  ihe Conserva- further obstruction would be foundj
tives hope to ride into power upon on the diverted   Rivei   road.    Al-
a wave ''of misrepresentation. though  the  road   is   still   private
It. is not expected ol a partv that i property ������ind closed  to  traffic, rigs
is out of power, that it will circu- may gain iccess to .:. Received
Mate an account ofthe good things and laid over for lurther co lsidera-
! done by  a government in  power,
1
j but, common honesty would at
: least suggest the propriety of stat-
j ing the truth.
j   Misleading Campaign Literature.
I
The Conservative Party is guiltv
of a grave inconsistency in this ^.|Q��"��ted under the usual conditions. I getting good wa   .   for the district
gard.   Their   campaign   of.'abuse.j    Ke Petitio     ;o B. C. E. R. Co.'.jbj   some   means   and   from   some
udo  has culminated in the Clerk reported  that   -  deptita-1 source or oth
a number of an-
taken  from vari-
loni    i    wall  as
lyses of water
ous sources.
* her the   ei ���-.. ;ud analyses 'line-'
beet  di ;posed of, such men as John
'.1.1'.'     '':. ���-.  Benseh, 11.
1   Hutcherson   John   Sr, Kee,  Dr,
Kin     [���   '���. . b.njbree,  and  others
expressed their  views  on the sub-
eel   and tkebalaace of those pre-
tion and the Reeve and Clerk were , , ,
1 sent   began  to enthuse  some  ana
to arouse themselves  to   the  fact
that ii is up to them to lend a banc.
From Parmiter  Bro ., asking lor  in this i uest for good water.
�� loan of $(3,500, on Subdivisions      ���;'.   i\   Bensi
appointed a deputation to interview
Tupper & Griffin in the meantime.
and C,
'ts  :,t:
g. r.)c<
as oue  oi   the
... wai   iii  favor of
and
Summer Underwear, Work Shirts,
Gloves, Harvest Shoes.
Headquarters  for "Working   Men's
Outfits.
High   Grade American land
adian Shoes.
H�� did net care
ithe Company would I when or how it was obtained, only
under Parliamentary frank, of thou-jhav'e Just as much weight as get it wt must "'his sentiment
sands d pamphlets which are de-it'1��?5^<Pel'l'ons were s6ut"n_. The bro'ttghfforth such ti round of ap-
sillied particularly tc conceal the Reeve and Clerk were p.ppouited a plrifise a- is seldom expiesse 1 it-
true facts, and set up a false eon- I deputation'to v ait upon the com-j Ladner except at a political meet-
dltion of afifairs whteh does not,and.|Pauy requesting them to build a ing when Honest John scores a
i never existed. I tram line through Delta. ; p imi ov< r !':: opponent.
Gail-      A flagrant case,Vas  brought  to I    .'-'rem   II   J.  Vrthur, Vancouver,      H. J. Hutcherson was in favor of
ithe   attention   of   the   House  iast   lomplainin.  agsiusl -    iment      'ing to the headwaters ol   Ander-
week.by Mr. Turiff of Assiuiboia.    | for  cleaning   out  the Gowd;   road ison Creek  but  that could  not   be
;     When discussing tty   adrciiii'stra- ditch.    Received and filed  and the dot,e  �� a day-ot  wiihou. consider-
tioffOf timber affairs and the meth-|Clerk instructed to  colled   assess- j able 'abof; however, he would pake
|ods   adopted   with   regard   to  the ment. .   I��  undertake, the
the production aud wide circulation tl0,J SC'-'L
McCALL   PATTERNS.
Pull  Stock of McCALL   PATTERNS.     Ask  for  Fret
FASHION SHEET.
receipt of tenders, Mr. Foster said
; that the commissioner t\( Dominion
! Land (.then Mr. Turiff) put them
I in his side pocket, retired to a ark
i and secluded room aud having locked the door, proceeded to award
j the tenders.
To this statement Mr. Turiff gave
!
! categorical denial under oath before | r
j the public accounts committee, and
wo I
Earl;    in, 1      evening amotion
ad bee.', moyed ard seconded that
Marshall Smith & Go.,
the official reeo.'d, therefore gave
the flat negative to the allegation oi
Mr, Foster. Notwithstanding this,
Mr. Foster caused his speeeh containing the original charge to be
printed by the thousand i>-,u! given i
wide circulation throughout the,
country      Mr.   Tutjf   raised   the
Coun. Embree gave   notice thati
at the next meeting he would introduce n by-law to amend   tht   Road
Tax Bv-law. This amendment|,the rePort be adoPted aild th* com>
!���,���(-.. ii,p ---.-- fr.,,,, ,,,,,,, on'to discharged, but atter hearing different view% expressed, the
following amendment was made,
That the committee be not discharged, but that they be tendeied
3 s-o'te : thank : r what they hae
already dpee but that there was
tn ich for them I d yel
continue tying up at Sunuyside The chairman was iu favor oi foi-
wharf it will be oeeessaty for them pwing ,,..,���,, s_n Creek| _s he
to drive, feiidei   piles   lor  thatpur-! was  .,   ... ,v   that  jhe  .V;Uc_  ...as
I excellent and he   would  make one
H.J. Cresswell   laid  before   the  to taki    ' ng an axe and go to thc
-ouncil a pla        the nev   portiouj ;ead waters for a test sample..
changes the ages from .. years to
:S years and from 50 to (    years.
Coun, Cjibbie was granted permission to replace " ridge at end of
airviex 'road by culvert.
The Clerk was instructed to tioti-
y the C.P.R. that it' the    v ish to
'��� -. f the i-i.ni. te '. Lal   Bound try  8 t\
-���-��� 11 i��� ��� ���  was ado] ted
GOOD
WATER    WE
HAVE.
.MUST difficulty as we have to
with.
.onteud!
IN CHINESE ATIT..1
tjuestion on a point of privilege in;
the House, and   characterized the
speech   as   "bristling   with   state,    The Reeve reported
ments that were  absolutely   false." ! over lhu Gulfside. _yke in com] .1 i;
lie charged Mr. Fostt ��� I
with having  delibei n   1\
It   Oliver,  M.P.P.,  m speak-
m the matter, went ,back over
oi'   the  dyking
it!  the amount
_,js face'.with  Robt   ���     lit    a  candi- :      ppositii      ���-        tgainst it^and
date for the  Dominion House, and  ''���    wa    oi   the  opinion that   this
���nl   out
Editor Dklta. Times:
Sir: The public must feel grate^ ;
i few baths in the Delta.
ful that our Water Committee have
Foste:  th     Ou
Strangers coming in wonder how j    0n  vVednesday   last  the arrest  false statements as
we manage to get a drink, and go| WM made   here ol- 0e_   Wah. for
away believing that there are  very j keeping a house of ill-fame, in com
I pany with a young "lady" dressed
Now we should all put our| in Chinese attire. The lady rave
consented to continue their good I sboukler ,0 the "Water Wheel" j her name as Babe Stanley. Both
work iu endeavoring to hud a re-, and boost it along aud it we cannot! were allowed out 011 bail ot >ss
liable water supply for this district.. j boost, dou't knock, or try to knock ��� each, hue failed to answer when
Had they disbanded as it appeared !���' over> but S^ve  our committee all j their names were called   uext da".
aspeech which he knew contained suggested that a  deputation ix ap- i henv    1 briug in good   ,vater was
iilK.                pointed  to  meet   thi    govern men I if far gn   tei importance even th<ir
eugiueer at  Steveston  01   V. nday that.     The   committee   had  done
morniti;.    The   Reeve and   Clerk ai   tl    servii 1 and   was  deserving
Whatdid   Mr.   Foste    do?   Did. were upro.'nted a committee to meet f'the  hanki of the meeting for the
h. express any  regrei   for  having the Engineer  and  show him ovei ���'    the   hav   done ami Jie would
oi   1 arliament  in j the rivar,
o-e the country? !
their endeavors.
Thanking you for the space,
A. DkR. TAYLOR.
at first they would  at  the meeting
Saturday evening, we should have
never ceased  to regret  it  and   it |
"would only have been through li ck
of interest ot those most  interested
or who should be.    However, he-
tore, the  meeting  ended  everyone
present felt that we must have good j    The S.S. .Sonoma leaves  Ladner
water at an  early  date as ll is im- at S.30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.;  return
possible  tor  this district to go on ing, leaves Steveston  at  9:30 a.ui
any longer laboring tinder such a laud 4:30 p.m,
;the  support  we   can   by showing: Gee Wah is well known about here
how   much   we   are  interested ini
and the lady accompanied him
from Westminster, where she had
been giving the police some trouble
in their endeavors to rescue hei
from Chinese "dope dens," unde
the name ot llabe Cam too
��� laced a member
itals-f|iositi-nb;o_iuecountryr j     |'he Delia Reven ��� :'--
Did Mr. Foster, having admitted pa,sect us .tor I readitig.
that ha referred 10 Mr. Turiff when      ,,
' )n   mot on, G   (,iaii-
he stared wlct   was  [.roved  to le
Just received, a
Lipton's fern Ous t.
sV..H. Smith.
Ml-       IV.    t 'll
and c >ffee
-.true, make any attempt to stop
Ih-tcir' ulai ��� 11 .      t.   nlsestatement.
Di<}�� Mr. Foster aitopt the manly
and honor iblc '"iir--.- and promise
to witldr.i'V theuntrutb from public eircuhitior..
He did - one of ��� ese things, but
he riised a quib't'e upon a point of
ordet.. and prefer re ' lo  -cure nny
tor  !
w   '908,
wai:  ap-.
. uudai v
(Continued on  Scceud Page.)
pointed poundkeepi
By.
On motion the Cleric was instructed to notiiy II. Burr to fill
;.i holes du_; jlougiide his fence on
McDonald road or he will 'be he-Id
respos.sible lor any damage caused
by i'liaue.
Aftt:' passing ths usual monthly
accounts, tha Com ciladjout 1 'd till
Saturday. July 25th. at 2 p.m
"��� ������'������ in it ie iduit nt, That the committee be contiuued ansl that the
Council pro. ide the necessary funds
for the propel carrying on of the
.vork.
When th<- above was put to s.
,'ote it wu. carried unanimously,
.here vet being .ne dissenting
oict
Thi:" was .1 ;u.-.t successful meet-
ing and $me which much .xceeded
the most sanguine expectations of
'.he more enthusiastic supporters of
the scheme
The nieetiu.,. adjourned lo the
all 0 th* cli -ir THE DELTA TIME?, TUESDAY, JULY 14, t-^S.
iw
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THE  DELTA  TUVkliS.
Published every Tuesday.
Sobscmptiom, $1.00 per year.
ADVBRTlSlC.  IIATHS.
Oasval A-TcrtiseinenU, ie cmii. per Use fo,
-bear.I inaartioa. sad scents per Hue for each
���afceequent laantiea. Tbe number ot tinea
���eokonea by the space occupied, iiliasato the
���cb.
E*Ua tor CwnmercUl AdvertlMmeatl can be
ha4 ea application at tbis oBce.
Kea .lag notice, la ceati per Une for each In.
asrtioa.
Birth aa< Death notice��, soc, Marrlagea$i.*o.
Aay special notice, the object ot which is to
prwiole the pecuniary benefit ol any individual
���r oump.uy.to be considered aa advertisement
aaa charged accordingly.
sill .dvtt-laemeata charged for uatil ordered
eat and paid tor.
Correspondence Invited on matters ot public
totoroet. ( nnmuntcattona to editor must be ac-
���napaaled by name ef writer, not necessarily
Br publication, but aa evidence of good faith.
Correspondence must reach thla office by Thursday evening,
Gxo. R. Manlky,
Manager.
TOKSDAY.   JULY   14,  I908.
f If you want good water, talk it
up among your neighbors.
f It must be very gratifying to the
members of the" Water'^Committee
tp receive such a hearty vote ot
thanks as was tendered them on
Saturday evening last. And the
; eopte of Pelta arejobe^co ngratu-
latecfupon having  the good com-
a.i i *-    - f'""    ""���'- -���'    ' '
won sense to be able to appreciate
��uch a valuable service.
Successful Candidates.
Following is the result ot the
High School Entrance Exams, recently held at Ladner:
East Delta, 3 entered, passed 2���
Joseph Oliver^ 574; Lily Huff, 560.
{Ti.adner, V entered, .passed 1���
Gwendoline Dove, 59.0-!        *:��
gunburv, 3 entered,; passed 1���
Fred. Harrison, 561.
Trenant, 3 entered, passed 2���
Vera Gillanders, 616; Mattie Pybus,
564.
Westham Island, entered 2, passed 1���W. Tamboline, 653.
Tiie above shows great credit to
be due to the teachers in the ungraded schools, while the only one
credited to the Ladner graded
school ought, if the teacher got her
due, to be credited to the Sunbury
school.
baseball Natch.
A-. first-class match was played on
gatujrday evening last, on the Association Grounds, between teams
representing Fort Guichon and
Ladner, with tbe following result:
Ladner.
H. Betts c
C, Gifford p
$. Rich ss
W- Taylor tb
Bob Gauges 2b
J. Smith cf
J. Guichon If
T. Hume 3b
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Out   on   bases %;   Fan  out   o;
Caught wit 11; suns 1,.
Umpire, E. A. Bown.
Lftavtyeworlers 'or preserving
peaches, due to arrive   .001..���W
JI. Smith.
Same Protccticn.
Tiie executive of our Game Protective Association are now busy
antl are getting a supply of copies
of their constitution and permits
printed in a neat pocket book form,
a copy of which will be given to
eacli member of the association.
Following is a list of the members so far joined and it would be
well if all those who do not find
tbeir names here would forward it
to the Secretary, H. J. Hutcherson
accompanied with the membership
fee of $1.00:
A. DeR. Taylor A. Clausen. G.
Grauer, Thos. Thirkle, Sam Morrow, Geo Dennis, N. A. McDiarmid
Mrs. McNeely, G. R. Manley, Dr.
Woodley, A. R. Leary ,H. N. Rich,
L. W. Embree, Robt. McKee, L. F.
Hornby. W. A. Kirkland, R. May,
Thos. Hume, Asahel Smith, C. B.
Daniels J. W. Lanning, E. A. Crawford, Marshall Smith, Geo. Mc-
Cluskey Jas. Kelly, John McKee,
John Honeyman, E. S. Browne, T.
E. Ladner, H. J. Kirkland, A. D.
Paterson, David Price, Jas. Berney,
H. J. Hutcherson, Wm. Livingstone, Jos. Harris, David Gunn,
Robt. Grav, Ed. Camtnidge, J- B.
Burr, P. Pearse, Peter Clark, W. T.
Brandrith, Mark Rawlins, Jas. Nelson, Wm. Mason, W. H. Siddall,
John Perram, Jas. Follis, T. Roberts, S. T. Holbrook, Wm. Pybus,
Tno. Simpson. Wm. Hadden, Alex.
Davie, Robt. Smith. Sam Morley,
W. J. Frederick, Wm. Stokes, P.
T. Gibbie, Tas. Mason, J. McRae,
Robt. Stokes, Wm. Taylor, Dan
McGregor, Chas. Davis, J. P.
Follis. J. F. Green.
The Market.
New Westminster, July ii.���
There was a very good attendance
at the weekly market yesterday.
Business in the auction rings was
brisk .. nd good prices realized.
The following are the prices that
ruled during the day:
Beef, hindquarters, 9c to ioc
per lb; forequarters, 6c to 6}4c.
Mutton, 12c to 13c per lb.
Lamb, 14c per lb.
Veal, small, ioc to nc per lb;
large, 9c to ioc.
Pork, 8c to 9c per lb.
Eggs, wholesale, 30c per doz;
retail, 35c.
Butter, 30c per lb.
Fowls, $6.50 to $7.50 per doz;
chickens, $5.50 to $6.50 per doz.
Broilers, $4 to $5.00 per dozen.
Ducks, $5 50 to $6.50 a doz.
Potatoes, old, $20 per ton; new,
$1.50 to $1.75 per sack.
Strawberries, per crate, $2.25 to
$2.50.
Raspberries, $2 to $2.25 per crate.
Gooseberries, 6c per lb.
Cherries, 5c to 6c per lb.
Mrs. S. Morrow returned home,
Friday, from a visit to the Terminal City.
A ladies' jacket was found, on
the Trunk road, Mondav, July 6.
Owner may have same on proving
property and paying for this notice.
���T. PINNICK, Slough road.
Tradc Marks
OESIftN*
Cowwohtb 4c.
Anyone lending a sketch and desorlpti��� ma?
OUIcklv aaoartaln eur opinion freo whether an
Invention It probablr Patentable..Commnnlca-
ttoai-incU. i..r_id.nt_d. HANDBOOK on P.trnte
aent free. Oldest aaancr tor aeourlngpatenta.
Fntenta taken through Munn s Co. receive
(peelol notice, without e1 '-���"���-
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Lamest olr-
Quation of any aclentloo Journal. Terms (or
Canada, 13.76 a year, postage prepaid. Bold by
aU newsdealers.
MUNN &Co.��e'��"-^New York
.   Bran cb Genoa, C�� F St.. WMhlniiton. 1>. C
Tashion Stables*
Trucking and Dray ing.     livery Work of
All Kinds Attended to Promptly.
All Kinds ox Firewood Always On Hand.
I. M. COLUNSON, P""*e *\ LftDNffi, B.C.
SUPPLIES
Of ALL KINDS may be had here.
First   Come,   First  Served.
JNO. REAGH,   LADNER, Ba C.
The Celebrated .Registered SfaaM-i. red Stillio i
" Philo Stone "
(37357), Rec. 2-21*4.
Sire���ALEXES, 2.1 a      Dam���LUGSLLE, 2.23 Vi
Foaled, 1900.   Dark iDay, 16 "hands 1 mch-
NOON. NIGHT,
Monday, S. Morrow's Farm-, Dr. Wilson's farm.
Tuesday, Gilchrist's       " ; R. E. Kittson's   "
Wednesday, R. M<cKfeeV . F. J. Ceukhanl. s ���**
Thursday, I. Johnston's " $ I*oney Bras.1'      **    Elgin-
Friday, T. Highland's   " ; Sullivan Bro"s.     "
Saturday, S. Huft's        *' ; G, B, Embree's, tiil Monday
K. A. S. Scholefleld, Esq,, George Brown,
Victoria, Owner. Stud Groona
the Delta Saw I
Are Prepared to . . .
Furnish All Kinds ��f
ROUGH   &   DRESSED   LUMBER
At LOWEST PRICES. Also
Shingles,  Doors, Sash and
House  Finish  of  AH  D^sciptions.
The  BEST Water   Tanks   Are
Made at This Mill*
DROWNED AT ENGLISH BAY
Two lives were lost at English
Bay, yesterday morning. Mrs. F. sS.
Shepard, of Calgary, and Miss
Florian Anderson, of Vancou-. er-,
haviug lost their lives through
slipping into a deep dredger hole
at the end of the pier. Mrs. Shepard was only 18 years of age and
was on her honeymoon trip, having been married but a month.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL LAND SCRVKWR
Room l, Hilard Block. New -Vestmitldler.
Notice of Dissolution.
(Continued trom  First Page.)
little advantage the circulation of an
untruth would give to his party,
even at the expense of honesty and
the respect of his fellow-members.
This is a sample of Conservative
literature. Literature based upon
the speeches of Mr. Foster, who of
all men in the House has less right
to speak to tbe people on moral
ethics until he has cleared his own
skirts of the charge laid upon his
shoulders by the I'oyal insurance
Commission.
Of all men in the House Mr
Foster is the one who makes, wholesale accusations ot wrong-doing,
and poses as one having the right
to criticise tbe doings of others
When his shortcomings however
are touched upon, he cringes at once
and appeals to thc protection of tin-
Speaker He is absolutely callous
as to the feelings of olhers, but is
oarticularly susceptible when his
own rtcord as a public man is
touched upon.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership bwetofore subsisting
between us, the undersigned-, has
been this day dissolved by mutual
���consent. All debts owing to tbe
said partnership are to be paid to
E, T. Calvert at Ladner, B.C., and
all claims against the said partner-
���ship are to be presented to the said
E. T. Calvert by w_aom the same
will he settled.
Dated at Ladner this 1st day of
July, A.D. 1908
}.. T. CALVERT,
O. G. LEWIS.
Miss McNa Oghton, of Teeswatet,
Out., spent a few days here lasi
week, visiting her cousin Mrs.
Wm. Wilkinson.
OUR SHEET STEEL
PRESSED BRICK
I. an Heal covering, cither for new
building, or Improving old smes.
IT It WHY EMILY AND .1110*1.T APPLIED,
civh Kiren wutmO->���(__> mnutiM,
18 Flit, UOHTMIND AND WIT MMF
AN0 0.8T8YUY UTTLE.
Comiihr It. fiK* appearmwe ��� U*
���plcndid enduring qualities���and .light
expense���and decide to serve your own
be��t inu-rrtta by u.ing it.
Fullest details of information in our
catalog.
NETMlll R0OFtofcCl.,iiimtt.
WNWMKl* MwmfM-WI-mt
TOW-fTO, CANADA.
Incerportted 4869.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED, - $4,000,00&
CAPITAL PAID-UP,        - * $8,000,00��
RESERVE FUND, *        *        $4,390,000
Total Assets Over Forty-Five Millions.
Accounts ei Out-of-Town Customers Given -SpeeUS
Attention.
BANK BY MAE.
Savings Department*
Accounts may be opened with deposits of ONE DOLI��AK
and Upwards.     Interest paid,  or credited, tyiar*
tetly on 31st March, goti. J time, 3dtb
September, 31st December.
K. D. SIMPSON. Manai?fcr, LADDER, B. C.
BtUTlSH CCJI.-JSI-3IA
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Time Table
Cnra Iftave Westminster 4or "Vaufconver ��t 5.50
and 6:50 a.m. and iiourly thereafter until 11 p.
in.; Saturdays und Sundays at 11 p.m.
Cars letive Vancouver for Westminsters at 3.50
and 6.50 a. 111. rfnil hourly thereafter Until I0 P-
111.; Saturdays nnd Suudays at 11 p.m.
FREIGHT CARS,
We run first-class freight cars TaeVfveen Westminster and Vancouver and all shipments ure
handled with the utmost cure and'delivered to
consignee without deluy Special .Attention paid
to fruit shipments. Out wagons meet all boats
find trains.   Fc.rrittt��s, efcc apply to
I
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lll.r.'iivrrlnK * Gold  Bllae.
[Gold was discovered in California40
t_46 and in Colorado In 1S..S.   Xbe-diS-
liveiy. wus aceiiluim.i iu -both ciiare,
lid Uie fact created tbt. .Impression
lint mines were "lying-mound luome."
Ll venturers drifted about lu hope df
(itunibling upou a-mine." Mr. -t'liaydr
Uis "Marvels of tbe New West"
liputioiis several Instances of -lucky
btumbUug." Three mau wliHe 'looking tor gold In California discovered
lie dead body of a man wlie evidently
lad bpon ptospecttas. "-Poor fellowl"
liid one of tlie trio, "iie Uas��pa_sed'ia
lis cliecks." "Let's"give hiui a deeeitt
lurial." said anotUer. "Some wife or
|*<. titer will be glad if ever Bbe knows
Thoy Uogau lo dig ii grave. .'Mitre
k-ot tielow the surface lliey discovered
ligne of gold. The Btraugef wus buried
[i another place, nud where thuy had
c.itec tt grave they opeued -a gold
ulne.
THE  CITY'S  VOiC'r.
Te�� llrtmlsnnl..
Tea drunkards ure ucnrly ns utuner-
'nis as opium fiends and social gtilllblei'l
Bin.ong our less guarded mil kin and ma-
trims of the Idle aristocracy of wealth.
It is u terrible dlsslpntlou.   Himw of
(tin* victims lioll the loa until mvexf bit
lot the  quercitniuiic acid  is extracted
���from the leaves, whleb'Tc-t'sders'tlto bov-
lernge bitter and dangfvous.   ;lt t|s so
Insti Ingent that no mucous membrane
lean reiulily overcome -ts etteet   Woui-
leu who revel nud lu.vinlate'11. c -U be-
Icauso It Is a good -tfiiuk. 'me 'Up."���New
��� York -I'ress.
AVllliiii-'to Try.
"For the 'flrst ,>yebr of our married
lllfo. dear," suid the 'young ffinu who
rwas poor, but had prospects, "we shall
|liuve to live prtacipalfyoudctve."
"Veil,,poople can Hvpyyi .spoou'.ietn-
lals. eiKit they, tleorgeY' she said, snug-!
ffiliug closer to him.
ThciiKht  It  Mlffht  Oe.
Mrs. Newrocks���I'm determined thnt
' Cynthia's debut shut! puss -off with
igrent eclat.
Mr. NewratJks���-VlMttVeiWt, Maria���
-SXpeuSe?���Puck.
���Then She llssm .'Uilsi.r����.
KeBr tlie elevated road in l*nrk place
Is n news and apple womnn. She ls
Very alisentmltKled. Also sympathetic.
A rugged street urchin run up to her.
"Say." he yelled, "your-tittle boy-hus
been run over by a blg'trUck'l"
"Where? When. ? "For goodness' sake,
ivhereV" shrieked tbe woman, rushing
wildly down the street. -Shewn half a
block nud tlien stopped suddenly.
"Lord, whart-un old foul 1 nm!" sho
snid to herself iii- gu. tedly. "I bare no
liltle boy.  I've.- -ver beeu married."
Meantime tin- street urchin had sttfl-
ou (our uDples an't ���, tmnch of grapes.
���-
Aa Impo__lb<ftfy.
.I do not trust to luck, he ��ai_;
To thus accuse me Is unjust.
a never can Iio thus misled;
'I hav* no luck io whicli tn trust
���Waetiln eton st*��-
ftiink'irt'tls.on (hat not nro mil? ir,&\
Where setit'si-te tits mri-sii,-o leiln���
The only imprc- _ oMitr Iinnd
���Onsoialser pen!; an . i .ncly slrmid���
-3ole to . jne her mighty heart i-uut-.1. fi_4
In boiis.iiiiH. wit?* aliil-wiii .porlilg wi.-iV
Nay, in this strife the Tori>c row .ins
That -struggled ln old uplifi atralni
Krst'rosR thia cry of puvo und ru.irt
From out the grinding glacier's hrart
"Matarer womb-of M alii or F.:-.-th
That traveled with ilw Anilus' birlli
Kow bears to time these granite pilca.
Their-walls of booKi, these Sucre., ab-la
Vdt'ln an Idle, aimless hour
-Niagara received bli' power,
Or oai-bor. locked the tun riiysifant
Or firti'ee grew to'Spirw-'and mast.
Fond nuturt-siAlies witli csquul prld��
On vaulting dome mid prniriea wide.
Ber .iorp��i<'li<m! tlie Bi. Blng wires,
Her'altnrs Ihc-elecWc-fli-os.
This human tide bears In Its flow
The wild Unrest, the voice of wos,
Tlmt first a lifeless ocean bore
���in pain'tc Burtll'a primeval shore
���Ernest Bro as in Overland Monthly
VflE  =T*RS  AND BARS
TWO OLD FRi-NDS.
-Their Greeting When THer Met 1��
After Veara.
An nneottoto Is related of the Into .Inool'
Toina, a Maryland philanthropist. Mr
Tome, .t appears, was in his early lifo'i:
hostlor. -By industry nnd -thrift he soon
soquire-Ta niodurato fortune nnB for somci
timo beforo his death was one ot -the rich
est liioivin-_is.i_>i t of the state.
Among Mr. ToinB'saci|UnliiT*nces while
Working around the stable waa a i.trpen-
Ier named Samuel Walker, who bad
��� better faculty for spending money than.
for snvlng lt. Later in lifeho thought it
���xpedlonttt. roiuind -Sir. 'I'uiuu in the presence of a crow-1 that bo was nt one tims
only a stahlointtti
It was nn the occasion of nn onWrtoln-
nicnt at the Port 'Deposit Opem'Houne
and the citizens'of the town woro crowd
lug around tlio ticket oflice window when
Mr. Tomb -Ippronoh-A. SV nun-nuir p:iss ���
cd llieough thu crowd, aud many stepped
aside, giving way to the'noto'd phllan-'
tliropist so that ho might, secure--his ticket
at onco, instead of having to wait hi*
turn.
They wore ptaiJ to show thnlrrcspoct foi
tho man who hnd gained the lop round in
tortuno'B ladder and who knew how to
assist his fi Mow meu. as many in the
crowd con ill tout if)'.
Ottoman, however.'diopt<hlsplace. Thla
waa Mr. lome's old friend, Sam Wnllfcr
In. ti mil of giving way ho remarked In a
tone loud enough -to be heard by all pre.
ent: "I'm uot {join to givo up to si.ilso
Tome! Ho ain't no hotter than I am. 1
asnd to know him w uon ho was nothln ���
but a stable boy."
Mr. Tome did not reply until after he
had secured hie'ticket nnlt made way fur
those who had "se-'cce.sttftysly witbdrawti
(or hlm. He ihen said 1ti a quiet tone, "1
used to know a man by tlie name of Sa'ti
Walker, who was a cnrpenter, nnd 1 un
dorstaml that the samo Sam Walker is s
carpenter still."
Tlio peoplu upinaflHe'd thls>mM'rebuke,
and Sam Walker slunk awny.
Iiirf Ulvarltnit -Mlatory'of ihe Kiss
of the 'Ss.k-ihera Cnafetiei-uer.
The dug of tliH Confederacy, or ratbei
:hs &.; t of the Confederacy,'had somo co-
'lous bits of histoid attached to their oxlst-
anue. On March 6, 18B1, the provisional
Jon r't-il _rate congress recommendsd tliat
'tho flaK of th* Confederate States of
Amerloa shall consist of a red field, wit*
i ��� hlto space extending horizontally
Uirough thu center and equal iu width to
one-third the width of the'flag, therw!
���paces r. 3-ii and below to be of tho same
widih as t!.o white, tho uUidn/'titWe.-^x-
wnilin- down through the white spaces
nnd stopping at thu lower red space, in
tbo contrt tif the union aotrclcof white
stars correspond: ng In number tv tb the
Itntes ��f ;he Confederacy." 'It was flrtt
displayed ln ]_ihllc March 4, IS ill, thc dny
of tlie Inauguration of Lincoln, nml was
unfurled over tbe statehouae-at Montgom-'
ery, Ala.
On the bHttlofiold tho ling boro such a
similarity to the Union (lag that in _>cp-
tenilier, 1881, fort-be Army ofthe Potomno,
Qenerals IWattrngnrd and Johnston created
what Btturwiirdliei-aiiie kiiown as thu bat-
do ling���n red ground ��itli n bluedlugonal
cruss eiiii'la/.iini'it v.;iih white stlirs. one for
each state 'l'l-.iaJ_)VnrwaB adopted tiy nil
of tlio troop. I'jiift of tlio Mississippi river
Tho first doslfil, bunring tho objoctlon ol
iiiseiublane-! tsHln; stars nnd stripes, and
the battlcflnifteving 'Worovors'o.'tlio Con-,
fcUitratu simate In April, tsiw, adopted a
white flag, with n bnmd blue bar In Its
center, which Wns amended by Inserting
Ihu linttlcflng design ns the union, with a
plnln white ground for tho Held. This arrangement afterward proved faulty, as at
a distance 'tho : large white-fluid resembled
a Hag of'troce,and also, as'combined with,
tbo union, was similar 'to the -English
white ensign.
On-Fi-b. 4, '1865, the Confederate senate
adopted ftthhd ohnngoi "Thewidth, two-
thirda of Its longth, with tho union, now
used as a battleflag, to be lu width thros-
ilfths of tho width nf the <ln<?,"an-i so proportioned ��_'.u leave thoieugthof the ti.-ld
on the side of the 'union twice the wi;!th
helow it; to havo a ground of red nnd
broad blue saltier thereon, -bordered with|
white and omblazonod with mullets e.r llva-
pointed stars correspondihg in number to,
thnt. o( the Confederate stntes; thu field j
to be white, except the outer hulf from ihe
anion. <ifltluh shall-be a red bar. rxtunilhij,
tho Willi 'i of tho Hag "���Ohio Valley Man
-fncturur.
The law which at present governs the
practice of medicine In Frnnoo forbids the
shmiitnnomis iWnctico -of mediolne and
pliarmacysevcn by a person who'nuty be in
possession of diplomas In'both slibjeots.
NEW WESTIVCINSTER, B.C.
bounded U89S
tvSimpOrated -I-893
Pr<yvi-lcs a "C-lJ_rtetiati ftofeie fdr Students df both
sexes at inoi_fer"ate rates. Has a prepstratory class for
junior students takiiig Public School work. Does High
School work and prepares for Provincial Teachers' E&am-
���inatious, Teaches a.l branches of a Practifcal Business
^Course and ^confers Diplomas. Imparts a Liberal Education in its Collqgiate Course, and in the Ladies' Course
for M. E. X., and M. "L. A, In Theology confers -the decree X>{ B.D. In University work can take students through
tthe complete AVts Course for the B.A. degree of Torotito
��Unrvei:sity,^wkh whkh the College is in 'full ��iffiliation. In
Science teaches the ^irst Ytar of Toronto School of Science, '-.nd ?htts a Special Engineering vGoUrse adapted to
Practical (Engineering w&rk ib this Province. In wusic, a
'Complete x.->urse in theory, toice culture, and piano and
torgan, in cotfjundrtton with 'the Toronto college of music.
^Special instruction in art and elocution, while all students
(Site required to take physical training with all the .priv-
al^ges of a .well eqnJRped gymnasium.
TXi:i.Ai.S IN L1SB0X
TURKISH  SOLDIERS
They   Vtll   Hotter   the   HloKt   InK-nnc'
__:tus  IVUli llcitiar^iittl.' !*'-irtltaile.
An English Furncoi>, ;!>.'. Kyun.'whiUi
tervlng with thu i^'uii ish ui-my l:i tht
oampal-in ot 1877*8 saw a in_vvi Inm ox .
hMiltinn of .lie fortitude thnt resist8 pain
v.vl sti .tains with 'cheerfulness a violent
physical shock,
Tho si.rgoon'B tirst- ccpttal operation
was performed on a Turkish soldlor whose]
knee had been shattered by a shell. Ho re-
fused in talis chloroform, and tho surgeon!
;ook bla log"oil above ttrB'knoe
Ho novcr grniuiod nur uttowd nn ex-
-ilnination, ibut smoltod a cigarette during
?_ie operntltm. When the Turkish cnptalt
onmo r.rutmd wltb Ms notebook tn tult*
down tho nnnie, ag�� and reglmout-of cacfr'
wounded man, hisi_��tienttmswiTOd quiet
ly nil questions, though tho snrgoon was
itltchlng up tho Hap of skin over th*
stump.
At the first batSte of 'Plevna-Dr. Ryan
worked all day among the'wc_>ndcd. In
his bpok, "Under tho KeW Crescent," he
rccerds thnt ln nil 'his surgicBfl enncslonue'
hu has luivor know-n mon to exhibit aucb
fortitudo tinder irtteufis. agony ns did those
Turkish soldiers.
Tho reoovery of tlie-Vounded, considering the unfavorable conditions under
which they woro 'treated, Tilled him witk
svonder. Thnh.'tdjurion wero tfirrlblo, but
their splendid physique, ��� unimpaired by
Intomporftqcpi enabled many of them oftni
. few weeks In the hospital to resume thuir
placei In tho ranks.
"I uovor saw a private soldier tinder tbe
'Ffliience of liquor during tho whole time
hat 1 was In the cuiiilUy," wrlLus riur-
leun Rynn "Thero wero many of these
nen whose Urea I oould have saved if I
iiould have persuaded them to tako stimulants, but tt was impossible to got thorn
to touch alcohol even as medicine.
"The(principles of their religion forbid
the into of alcohol, nnd thu hum bio Turk
illngs _o tcnnoiously to his religion tlint
.3 would 'rather meet death'Itself than'
siotnto its precepts."
Many of tho wounded lost their live*
.iriug P) their religious Inilief thnt the lost
nf a limb would provont them from en-
���liiinn paradise. Thuy refUHod to submit
Ul nniputntloii, preferring to die rather
h.-ii to lire mnlmed.
What ITIetlo-t'Can Do.
Unnvnrs insldo of a monitor turret sutler
ntcnsuly from hcatt generated by the con-
nsiilim of tlio enemies' cannon balls when
;hny strike tils stool walls ofithe turret.
Tlioonorgy of visible motion is sudden-
ly arrested and becomes molecular energy
,i the'firm of bent. The iiiovlng muss
ins cnnnunnloatod its motion to the niulo-
eile. of the metal of tho turret ns woll as
il ll-fll inotl bull ilsiilf.
All M'll.le'-ii'.othm when arrested bo
���iuiiu- leat, eviui ��� t'liatjff running water
If wc-tako two i>lcrs>s (if 'Solid'.bt��tnd rub
them together, ihcycair be1 heated by the
frietiniluntll tho melting point Isreaehed.
II \>o should pour water into nn ordinary
ratary ilium and tnrn tho crank, the mo-
i.lmeicril Olicrgy exerted against the water
vi!l he transiiinnod tutu niolecular energy, nriiV the wafi r .vlH Iio warmed in pro-
l-orli'iu' to tho amount of uiaohankiol oner
gy expended
<X>ar nu tiimrs.
1 rotliombor hearing of a law court case
-.vhere'rinetn hnd entered nUnctlnn agnimt
a railway ooiiipnuy for an injury to his
nrm in on accident Sald-the-opp'wing
lawyer;
"I understand you have lost the use n,
ruur arm cntiroly through*'thiS'r.cCtdnnt''
"Yes." said the plaintiff.
Isttwybr��� How high oan you lift yota
���mi nnwf
I'lnintffT, with great-Sffloulty, moves��j
about an Inch.
"How far ooul��tyou tlfl tt before tbs
acoldcntf"
"Right up thero I" tt the same tints
���hooting ft Tight' up ovor his heod.^PMl-
tdblphia Kvontng Saturday Post
Mt  POOR  RENT COFFINS FOR THF
JOt-RNEV TO T;;E  GRAVb.
sf:'-r tti'.. li.'idy la Taken Oui curl
I'tiii. iuiiiil in it,r narlti tlie Bmis't)
Una tx i'ciii: nut ��,�� its Omht to B.
i Hi-is (h it nnd Over A_.ui���.
'��� ho burial custi ins of the S]>anir,h s-
;���":��� in-Oubn aro i'i seine respeots much
1.;.i l-hu-ti ol .;-..tei-.;i'i," said a former rce
���".A ui Portnp-.l. "Tlie poor thei-e, like
ns poor in Si_lin, ceonomize on funeral
_|N iissiis by in; ;ing one eofliu sorve for n
."-'i si,���!��� of funerals in succession. In Lis
i ;' i.e. least t:;c eiillin is usually a very
substantial piece of work, covered with
fit leather and freely studded wltb brass
lulls. Its lid is nttuulied with hinges, so
hnt the ciiuiM. pt rs ami stints liken large
re.uk of corn1-e the soiling prioe of as
triicie like tliis would Iio beyond the
iieai,_ of any poor family, but the rent
'er one day is c'-lnpnrntlvBly small.
"Whon 'v funeral procession reaches the
grave in the great Prazoros cemetery, just
outside "of l.isbun, the undertaker's. men.
instead of lowering the coffin, open Its lid,
in!-;.- mil-'thi:--br(__i and lower it into its
Initt rcstlltg ptaco, The ompty-eoffiu is left
: I'i re until a fialle.no takes it liack to itt
owner alter the mourners have retired.
"Those Gallegos, by'tho way, natives ol
Oalicia . n Spa'ti. do all the wor-J; of por
teis tu Lisbon. If you ask a native Portuguese sorva . t*to carry a parcel-or a valise
tlirougli the streets, he will answer you in
a tone'of offended dignity,'Vou ehainar
urn Gallego'.(I will -go and call a Gal
iego), for no'native '-Portuguese would be
tccn carrying a load of any kind in public
"These Gallegos have no objection to
carrying a load, even when the load ls a
recently vacated coffin. That Is the kind
of work they come to Lisbon for, so thai
In their old age they may go across the
frontier to Galicla und live on thoir savings. And one little incident that hap
penod while I*was in Lisbon showed how
little impression superstitions regarding
death mako on tho Gnllogo mind. The
city of Lisbon collected toll on goods
brought'.Vitllln its limits, and thore were
guards nt thu differotit gntos of tho olty to
see that nothing was smuggled lu.
"Une very rainy nitertioon the guard ;t
the Prazeros goto glanced along thc ri. 1
th nt loads to tlie cemetery and saw a s ti- -
pinions looking paokage lying on tl i
ground closo tinder :the wall on ono sid .
There was not a living being in sight.
The guard thought he had detected a plot
Ho thought that that package, whatevei
It might lie, had been left there under the
wall hy smugglers, who wero no doubt
sheltered somewhere ln its neighborhood
and watching their opportunity to rush it
through tho gate as soon as the rniti held
up a Iittlo. 'So the nctivo-and intelligent
officer gofhis little-sword ready te draw nt
i liniment's notice, and, regardless of the
dnwnpiiui', ndvanced along tlio road to surprise nnd apprehend the smugglers, or, at
least, their gnodH.
"When he got to'within 20 yards of tht
auspiciowsobject, tro mado out through the
rain tlmt the raise tin'the ground wns of n
red -solor nnd studded nil over with brnss
rails. That discovery startled Mm a lit
tie, but the 'next ��� moment-ho' was uttorlj
demoralized at seeing tho'lid of tho collir
Ily open und a disheveled head thrust itself out, Its eyos staring wildly. Without
waiting to draw his sword or challenge tin-
apparition,-the guard faced about and ro
treated at '��� 'run. 'Whon lft> 'reached the.
guto, he called his comrades'to come nee
seo the abandoned corpse tbnt h.-.d I r:������'.'
oupn it-J-ooffiO'on the way shin. 'I'heforei
sol. ed their carbines and paraded until_
-holtor of the archway, hut what they mv.
was only a very bedraggled Gallego tramp
ing toward them, o��iryi��g*n empty ooflln
on his hack.
"On examination Che CMJlpgo deposed
that, being overtaken by tho rain on hi?
way from the eomctcry, ho had shut hint-
self up In tho ooflln to keop dry and wait
fur fai ror won ther, but, when he hoard foot
steps stealthily approaching, ho begun to
he afraid that somo one was coming to
pky a trick-nnd look him up. Thntwiw
why ho had so suddenly thrust his head
out nnd stared He wns no ciirpw. but mi
hottest, hardworking Gallego. As fo;
the coffin, thu suimrea guards might look
for thoiuso-Vesnnd see -that it-was empty
"There seems to l_> certal.1'lnorl.id
fondness for what maybe colled playing
with tho dead In Portugal. They seem to
take a peculiar delight in dressing up1
thuir dead and exposing fiiom to ptilili.
view. 1 happened to be present at the
solemn requiem of a cardinal patriarch ol
Lisbon, when tho corpse, dressed in full
"auonlunls, was placed 'Vn"n half sitting
posture to face thu crowd In tho nave of
Ihc cathedral,nnd I thought nt thu time
that the Uitet-Ke-nt ought't_> havo taken
pluco sooner.
'One fine Sunday nrtcmwn in spring 1
wns strolling along ono of tho ma'n thor
uughfnros of Lisbon when tho shouts and
merry chatter of-a lot of'liltle .boys and
girls attracted my attention t te a side
street. Tlio children, nil nicely dressed
wero coming down tho side street nt n
brisk wiilk," evidently Interested in sumo
thing that was lielng carried akmg Iiy
throo or four of thorn. When thoy readied
he curlier, t-.nw that the center .if inter
est was a very small brass studded coffin
Th* lid wns'-npi ll, and 1 OOUld seethe lit
tie llower'dfcokdd und bedizened corpse In
side of it.
"Another timo I lrtlstook tho corpse ol
_ child on Its way to tho grnvo tor a wuxen
image of thc Madonna being carried In
pn.s'i-Ks'iim. "ItwiiB'n little dead girl benu
Welly dressed in wlilto satin and wonrins
a n hlto veil and white flowers, Tlie MttU
body hiKMieon niailu to sit up Inaehni,
which foot boyswere carrying on thiir
shouldui's.' Tho bonrors and Alio other
children''hi the procession wore whrte'-i,
bons iHidwhlto-flowers, all embtuinntie m
innoconoe and happy conflddliiio' that the
��oul of their Iittlo friend-was-npdrndise."
���hew Vork Sun.
C,Do you remember, as a boy, how
delighted you were with your first
STEVEN S ? Truly an eteilt at th��t
time. Give YOUR BOY a
STEVENS now. Will add to his
happiness and education.
MAKE A MAN OF YOUR BOY I
If you. cannot obtain
STEVENS RIFLES^
Por 5 c-TDte
SHOTOUKS-
lm sttmpi to
PIST0L8
- V*7 portage, we
Uem your DffdeT,
will tend job
we ihip -UrKt,
onr complete
expresi prepaid.
100-pftf* Tire-
npoa receipt of
��na Oatolo|.
Catalog Price.
J. STEVENS ARMS & TOOL CO.
P. 0. Box 4098.
Chicopee-Falls, Mass.
CHURCH   {.UTiCE^
ALL  SAINTS
CAcglicanJ
Holy Communion���ist ancl 31'c
Sundays at 8:30 turn.; 2ml  and +H:
't'liriu;. s at 11 a.m.
M .ti ��� , 11 o'clock.
Evensmg, 7:30 o'd. ..:���
^'������'', .- Sclu ol at 10    m.
Friday evening, Litany at 7:311
Kev. ]���:. R. iiarlletr, M.ft., \ Ka.
CATB0XXC
Sa vices first and third ,Svun.1av 6;
eacb month at 10:30 a.m.; Benediction, 7:30 y.m.
Sunday sckool at 3 p.m.
:    Low Masstand Holy Communion
first and third Mondays at 6 a.m
Rev. Father Wagner, O.M.I.,
Parish Priest.
A MM C��lcnlRtlo��.
A Flemish gentleman conceived tha
Idea that he would only live a certain
time, so he made a nice calculation of his
fortune, which he so apportioned as to last
Just the same period as be guessed his life
would extend to-.
Strangely enough, miscalculations oartie
oorreot to the letter, (or he died punctually at the time he had previously reckoned.
He had so far exhausted his estate thai
after his debts had been discharged a solitary pair of slippers represented the entire
property he left
His relatives burled hhn, and a representation of the slippers was carved on the
-tomb. Today ln a churchyard at Amsterdam his grave may lie sees, tho only inscription on the stone being two Flemish
words, "EfTen Nyt" (1.19., "Exaetly"t.���
London Mail.
I,IETHOl-IS5\
Services next Lord's D.iy at tt
a. m.ard 7:30 p.m.
Class meeting, after the morninf
service every Sunday.
Sabbath School at 2 p w every
Sunday. Prayer meeting every
Thursday evening at S.
1 Rev. T- F.-Betts. pastor.
Matrimony In Persia.
Matrimonial engagements in Persia srs
divided into two classes. The rail marriage, which ta considered the most respectable, is confined to four wives. In
the other the numher of "partners" of the
husband's joy and sorrow is unlimited.
Preoccupied.
The professor had fallen down ttalra,
and as ha thoughtfully picked himself up
he remarked, "I wonder what noise that
was I Just l��ardt"--NewOrleaa9 Tinita-
Dcmi-f. t-
'Great Scheme.
���MrB. Simpson, in her "Many Memories
���af Many 'Peoplo," so/e of Archbishop
Whately: He was utterly regardless of appearance. If he came to us "without a
servant, and perceived a hole in hie black
stocking, he would put a piece oi sticking
plaster on the corresponding part of bli
'Wc to oenwal the defect.
ST. ANDREW S FRESBYTRRlAN
Services next Lord's Day at tt
a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Sabbath School at 10 am Midweek meeting on Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Rev. J. H. White, M.A.
BAPTIST.
Sabbath -services ���^Crescent Island, 3 p.m.; Ladner. "7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at 10:30 a. m.
Prayer 'meeting on Thursday At
8 p.m.
Agents. Wanted
To   make fortunes - out              To'Sell   Securities. ' <S o ��d - Copp e r s Pay
nf thc future ymi- must    ..FOR   SAtE1 Fruit  I...-.K tfml ~B I r   Dividends   all
put somethhig into tlie        ChtstiV      HoSies, over British
present      .       .'. ,   s       s       City Lots, V'inns and Suburban r       .        .        Columbia
���Acreage, tc-r,   ^*,
BRITISH - COLUMBIA - ILLUSTRATED
"Containing'ever ioo Views.   Post paid 25c., Stamps.
Richest Province in the British Empire.
Nothing Risked, Nothing Gained.        Nothing Ventured, Nothing Won.
Splendid Opportunity to Invest.
The Richest Men in the World are investing'in IL C. Copper-
Gold and Silver Mines.     Why can't you begin now?
The Greatest Geld-Copper Discovery at'the Age Is In B.C.
nu n owe ii,..,
'Every Dollar Subscribed used In-Development of Ml*. j
Special Offer��� <2���c per Share, will  shortly-advance to $1'.00
Mines directly west of Le Roi and Le 'Roi No. a, shares
sold from 5 cents to $100.00; -and Consolidated Mining and
Smelting-Co. ot Canada, Ltd., shares $150.00 each; the _Giattt
California, adjoining our own, shares about $rio.oo; Grfltlby
Mine pain over $3,000,000 Dividends per *year sGold-cOpper
mines in British Columbia paid LaTge Dividends. "Big Four
assays Irom $5 to $800 in gold, coppeT, silver, with 32 per
cent, in the Treasury.   ^Invest now and you wont regret it.
Kotk���Most ot'these mines sold for a few cents once, bu
orer-capitatized ewn now, pay big dividends. Big Four is on
the railway, near smelters.
Rossland Mi��es received Highest Awards ior richest gold-
eopper ore sent to St. Louis 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,
oc.sh, balance monthly.
Nearly Two Hiles of  Railway on Property,
��� Conicaii.  haa liWcbtB or liabilities.   Bend for lUustriiu-ct Proapeclua nii-VUouk-
i'-i, "Mining l'. io-imk-,' to Secretary, with . centa in ttauipi.
BIG   FOUR  MINES,   LIMITED
P.O. Box 174, Vancouver, B. C.   Canada.
��� POLITICAL QUIP6.
��� OCcvci m T<,U��m of Love.
A Chlneso gentlerean alwaji tanda'a
, patt of gnosn to the lady of hia eLelce, arid
4 tbey are looked upoa at tha amblama-M
i \ eauiuffM fl<iailty.
It'll n pnrnpliriiso���the-oolonel ����� lb��
ilyer.���Syraoueo Herald.
Whichever ticket (Roosevelt or Van
Wyek) wins'the Dutoh -fill ttike K*w
Bollulul.���New York Tribune.
About all-you can sny- in favor of an
offlcelXiUler la that when ho bruins he haa
tho licit iuteuti��Bi lu the world.���Atchl-
iou Qlobe.
So far Ohio haa had thrro secretaries of
rtnte In on�� ndnilnistration. And tha
'irst term administration is not half over,
/(courso, if thore arc ntlicrvacauoiea, Ohio
vill Iiil them. Noble state I���BaltlmoM
Amt'llran Y.
The Delta Times
sor
Job   Printing*
41 'CTiTTkTir.
T_.fa 1HE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY. Jilt\
'-;08.
i,OCAL NEWb
i
Lost.
\V. II. Smith
in V.iucouver.
si eat Wednesday
H. N. Rich spt
lhe Terminal Cit}',
s:t  ye terday   ia
Robt. May went up lo thr.
.ity, this morning.
Two Young liases ��� i black
tvo-ytar-old and i bay marc, i-
year-old. Stayed frpm Knderby's
place, East Delta, Anyone knowing o.C whereabouts of sr;',ne. kindly
n itify
T   DAVIES,
Florist, New Westminster.
7px.
Nett
Wo
[.Br
G. Paterson paid a short visit,
last week, to his .ister, Mrs. Alex.
Davie.
Miss Myrtle Mack, oi New Westminster, is visiting Miss Minerva
Smith.
Mrs. John Reid. of New Westminster, is among the campers at
the Hay.
W. B. Skinner went  over to the
��� Notice of Dissolution.
I Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting
\ between us, the {Undersigned, hns
been this day dissolved by mutual
I consent. All debts owing to the
j said partnership arc t-1 I a paid to
j E. T. (. alvert at Ladnt . LLC, and
I all claims against thc said partner-
: ship are tc be prest nt, d to the said
i E. T. Csh'i.4 by whom the same
j will be settled.
Dated at Ladnei this   rsl  day of
Guaranteed, upon absolutely safe security���first
mortgages on substantial city properties Seven and
Eight Per Cent., Guaranteed, free of' all charges,
upon sums ranging from Five Hundred Dollars up.
White, Shiles &
New Westminster, B.C.
Agencies Represented���
Uarttord Vir. Insurance Co. Insurance c���, ot North America
I-haiiix Insurance Cu. ol Brooklyn    The Oceim Accident S: Guarantee Corpora-
ConnectlcHt Kirc Insurance Co. tion, Ltd., of London, Kug.
Imperial Trust Co.. Ltd." Vancouver. B.C.
Terminal City,
short visit.
on Friday last, on a I
July,
A.D. ioc-.
E. T.
0. G.
CALVERT,
LEWIS.
P. J. Foran, ot tbe firm ol Furanj
& Co., Vancouver,  paid  a short
business visit here on Friday last.   I
Have You Tried
Royal Standard Flour
Notice of Dissolution,
Notice is
���ent I
partnership
Among   tlie campers who
ont to the Bay, yesterday, were Dr. i between   ns,
and Mrs. Drew, of New Westmim- butchers and
ster
Villa t?e
hereby  given that the
heretofore   subsisting
the   undersigned,   as
cattle  dealers in lhe
,adner, has bt
I clay dissolved by  mutual
Miss Maggie MacKenzie started, I All debts owing to tbe said partner-
yesterday,   on a well  earned two ship are to be paid to T. W. Foster,
weeks'   vacation   whieh   she   will at Ladner aforesaid, and all claims
against the said partnership are lo
be presented to the said T. W.
Foster by whom the same will bc
settled.
1 litted at Ladner ihis :st day  of
July, A.D.. 1908.
JAS. McCALLAN,
THOMAS W. FOSTER.
spend in and around Vancouver.
manufactured in Vancouver from selected prairie
hard wheat? If not, ask yoitr Grocer for
ROYAL STANDARD when you order bread
flour. He has our guarantee to refund your
this [money if you are not satisfied with the results
on baking^ day..
Get ROYAL  STANDARD and you have
the best.
To notify the people of Ladner and sup-
rounding district that we are now in a
position to ofter Vancouver Island
Portland  Cement
At greatly reduced prices*, making it. possible for parties, who contemplate building
to put in concrete foundations at about the
same   cost   as   piling   or    other   inferior
material.
Write for Prices..
GILLEY BROS.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B. C���
Mr, ancl Mrs. John   McKee,   accompanied  by  Miss  Ferguson,  of
England,   returned home, Friday,
from a visit to Victoria aud thej
Sound Cities.
Sold by W. H. SMITH,
MANUFACTURED   BY-
Vancouver Milling I Grain Co., Ltd.,
Lao.] Registry Ret.
When you wish to buy visiting
cards call on the Delta Times who
will sell the best money  can  buy.! " j
If yott need them printed, why you. Re   Part   135  Acres of Lot  177, j
nre money in pocket by  railing  on      Group II., District ol New West-
*hc Delta Times first. minster. |
  j    A Certificate of Indefeasible Title j
j to the above property will be issued
to William Altenborougfa Kirkland
on the roth clay of August, 190S,
unless in thc meantime a valid ob-
VANCOUVER, P, C.
Gut a
Watches and
All Kinds of Jewellery.
New Stock.
Call and See Them.
Jl. Clausen,
LADNER,   B.  C.    .
SACKS    and    SAC
Bran, .Shorts, Corn
nf Feed.
Rraek.pian.Ker Milling
II. N.. RICH,
Ladner
.    TWINE,
nel all kinds
Ci-.... Ltd.,: jgcticti   thereto be  mad��� to me in
\gcr.t, writing   by   a   person  or  persons
B.
Walter Willescroft,  government
a   person   or
C. j claiming au estate 01 interest there-
in, or in any part tht rcof,
C. S-.   KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Laud Registry Office, sNctv Westminster, B. C. July 8th, 1908.
contractor, who has been building
bridges on tl.t North Arm ot the|
Eraser, has, we understand, been |
given charge of the work of con-j The person oj. persons having in
slrueting a bridge across Canoe .&,,},. cust0dy or possession the tol-
-''"^i _ lowing Title  Deeds  relating to the
l said property are requested to de-
If You Have Nat Ordered Your
NDER TWINE
at the  liver the same to the   undersigned:
1  very :30th April, 1887. deed, John Kirkland to Edgar Franklin Kirkland.
CORBOULD & GRANT,
Solicitors lor applicant,
���iug of a more generous support thisj jjew Westminster, B.C;
evening. 1.  	
The moving picture show
Town Hall, last night, was
nice and very clean entertainment.
There was a fair turnout, hast evening, but the company  aro .tieserv-
See Us Before You Do.
Cherries, Currants and
AU Other Berries Wanted
That new Harness you need?'
Dou't think 3-011 can't afford it
till you've given us a chance.
We sell no inferior goods, no.
old fashioned appliances.
ALL OUR HARNESS
is made from the best of
leather in the most workmanlike manner, BJaukets,.
Whips, Halters and everything a horseowner needs.
B. C Leather Co., Ltd.
u.2 Hastings Street, Vancouver, B. C.
FOR   SALE.
Tiie Vasev Farm
WJe waut YOUR eggs. Taken1
the year round you will make from
5 to 10 per cent, bringing them!
here. To-morrow we pay 32 cents;
per dozen tor vour biggs. N.B.���j
Only strictly fresh eggs wanted���j Composed of part of Lot 2d,
Kawhall Smiths. Co., Ltd. Group   EI,   Ladner,  B.C.     This
 world-wide farm contains 1 35 acres,
all under cultivation,, fenced and
underdrained. Soil unsurpassed
for richness. Suitable for roots,
grain, hay or dairying-.
A first-class barn, dwelling, etc.
i The beauty and value of this farm
can ouly bs known  by inspection.
; If desired, the live stock  can be
[ purchased, wliich consists ot  some I
fine  teams 0!  work horses, brood 1
tnares and young stock and about
W-ES.T MIN STER EMPLOY- 25 of the finest dairy  cows to be
MENT ACEN-CY���Under new fou,ld   i;l   the   province,   together
266     Columbia Iwith a11  necessary  farming  implements.
For fuller particulars, terms, etc.,
app'y or write to
C. 0. MAJOK,
Official Administrator,
New Wi. tminstcr
The Provincial Department ot i
Agriculture has inst issued a very!
neat book, for distribution among
she members of the various Farmers'institutes, entitled "The Hor-
t.eulsurist's Rule Book,'' a compendium of useful information that
is worth many times the value of
ths, membership fee.
Also
New Potato;^, Immediately.
Don't forget that we want
All Your Poultry '
at the very BEST PRICES,
Esimte of
Le   meBRIDE,
General Merchant.
siVnythiw^ suid Every thing
In. the way oS Farm Produce and Machinery handled ^besides a. Few Specials for ke
Farmer's Wife.
Phone 5,
Port Guichon
1..1 '�� 11 a  1 v
.T
GENERAL
DEALER
Produce Stored aad
management,
. trcer, Phone 366, P.O. Box 807,
Can supply you with all kinds-uf
hslp promptly. Farm Hands es.
pee. ally, free of charge. Branch
o&ce, 107 Cordova street west,
Phone Ai- .0, Vancouver. B.C.
LAONEP,   BX.
To All  B. C Ports.

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