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LADNBR, B. C, TUESf)A .,   _?R!L 6, 1.09.
EASTER
School Board.   '   Sctel Report.
T*e
rtei.
ves,
.a.s
.
iies:
Wasji
Ss Just Aroim <l the Corner and we are sfiowing all ti.
ia Ladies' Neckwear, Belts, Hosiery, Blouses, Skirts,
Laces aad Embroideries, Whitewear, Large Stock of
Cioods.
Ladies' Sailors & Ready4o-Wear Hats, Children's Sailors 3* Trimmed Mh
McCali  Patterns Carried in Stock.
Men's Department-
uJ&P
MEN'S  and  BOYS'
CLOTHING.     ��
See the new "Gam-
bridge" Suits for
spring, the very, latest designs in fine
Scotch Tweeds all
si_.es, at; $12, $14.25
and $17.   '
Boys' 2-piece Norfolk and 3-piece Suits
in aU tho new Tweed
effects from $2.75 to
$7.
The Beard of School Trustees
met in the Council Chamber on
Saturday, April 3rd, with Trustees Smith Wright (in the chair),
A. DeR. Taylor; AV, Pybus and
14. II, Ouaggan present.
Minutes of previous meeting
were adopted as read.
C0..IMCNICs\TI0NS.
From A. A. King, M.H.O., notifying Bonid that he had closed tbe
I.adner school on account of an outbreak of chickenpox.
From Geo. Lasseter, notifying
Council that they have more than
their allotment'on the old Trenant
Following is  the  houor roll  oil
the  pupils in the various classes of
Ladner public school for the month
of March:
DIVISION   I.
Senior Fourth���Winifred Hutcherson and iviab-1 Lauiiiiig equal;
Estelle Brewster, Herbert Wilkinson.
Junior   Fourth ��� Evelyn   Lord,
New Westminster
There whs an e..t::<
������ (sterday with a goo.
lines of produce . ud
inand for all lines. I;
tieally no change in
market wns largely
buyers   and   seliets,
. April 3 ���
good market.
! stock of iiil
a  strung (le-
ut with prac-
prices. The.
attended by
and   on   the
square a !ai <.>e auction business was
Eric Taylor; Leonard McBride, Ar-! transacted by the t       auctioneers.
(hur   .McBride  and   Edwin   Curtis Horses were in good demand.   Tbe
l1ua'- bidders judged the value of the ani-
division  II. mals close]v and  p;lid  fl ,air price_
Third Reader A���Joe Martinich,   For  good  horses  the  prices ��� paid
Annie Bown, Catharine Reagh.
ranged from Si50 to $275.    Owing
Third Reader B���Mildred Brew- to next Fiidav being Good Friday
schuol ground and requesting the j ster, Katie Selich, Myrtle Kirkland. the market will be held on the pre-
Board to have fence removed,    le-      Third  Reader Junior���Kenneth I ciding day, Thursday.
ceived and filed.
From  J.  J.   Douga-i,   Secretary
Trustees' Association, informing'the
'���Board tb��t   the  le>  forwarded w.s
not  suffcient  and asking to have
l-balance,   . 6,   sent   on.    S-*eretnry
[ETS and GLOVES bearing this j was authorized to  forward balatce
brand are considered the best fitting | ."?:,    , ,    .,
"   from John -Alexander, c >roplaiu-
[ing of the shortage of coal at Sun-
line   of1'""'5'  xi hool, and  stating  that the
��>__
goods on the market.
Wc ct;rry a  complete
Siddall, Wanda  McCallan,   Alfred;
Guiciiun.
division, nr.
S'i'omi Reader Senior���Bernice
Shirley, Norman Lord, Nellie Ellis,
Hilda Massey.
���Second Reader Junior ��� Ralph
McDiarmid, Mildred Ellis, Everett
Grant, Charlie Webster.
First Readet���Roland Lanning
and   Russel   Ladner equal;   Albert
these Shirts and Gloves and recommend them.
STANFIELD'S  Underwear for
Men and Boys, in all weights.
scholars
[cold.
I
had   been  suffering   from | Olson, Arthur Devereaux.
HATS���3ee our line of Hard and Soft Hats in all the
New Spring Shapes and Colors	
Summer Underwear. New Easter Neckwear.
vj V-J.
a Dove,
,   since
In support of the
Alexander stated that
������previous meeting i.f the
S.mbury sehool bad not mon.- thun
three scuttles of coil and that the
elder boys had had to get wood
where thev could with a short-
handled dull axe.
' After consideiable discussion, it
was decided to ask the teacher why
she had not notified the Board of
such a condition of affiirs, also to
inform ber that  it  is her <_utv lo
Poultry Netting ia all widths, Lawn Mowers and Garden Tools ofjnotity tbe Board when supplies aie
running short.
On motion, it was decided to call
Best American Barb Wire 4c. a lb. I tor tenders for the use ot the 0;d
DIVISION   IV.
Meat of all kinds was plentiful
and lound a ready call, all selling
well before the close ot the market
at the quotations of last week.
Limb and mutton were both short
in supply and were in strong demand. Vial was more plentiful
an I in good demand. Beet was
brought forward more liberally aud
all offering was sold.
Eggs remained unchanged in
price and though a large quantity
wa.s offered all were sold without
difficulty. Butter remained unchanged, was plentiful and of good
Mr. I
t).ej    Second Primer���Mary Martinich
u, ,,rcj I Viola Richardson, Eva Williamson, I quality.
| Clair Latimer. j     Fowls were offered i�� good tiuni-
First   Primer���Douglas   McD.ai-j ber; and met a very strong call, all
every de.<5cafiption.
mid, William McKenzie,
Chart Class���Evelyn   Monkman,
Arthur Olson.
Grand Master Visits.
Grocery Department.
New and Strictly FRESH GROCERIES arriving daily.
Special Blend Tea 35c, 3 lbs. for $1.
We Want Your Business.        We want Your Egos.       PRICES KlfiHT.
Agents for the White Sewing Machine.
On    Wednesday    evening    last,
Delta Lodge, No. 21, I.O.O.F., received  an  official  visit  from  Bro.;
Fulton, Grand Master of the Grand
Trenant school ground.   Tenders (Lodge of British  Columbia, Inde-
to be dealt with by Trustee Pvbus. | pendent Order t f Oddfellows.
Lanning, Fawcett & Wilsoi
LIMITED.
On motion, the Secretary was
instructed to have all lots for new
school houses surveyed.
On motion the Secretarv was instructed   to bill  Messrs, Handford
and Chirk, by  registered letter, for
I rent of Trenant school ground.
The matter of fencing the Ladner
school ground was left in the hands
ot Tiuslees Tavlor and Pybus witb
power to act.
j Trustee Pybus was empowered to
'oil the floor and do other repairs
- necessary at Trenail' school.
The following accounts were ordered paid: Salaries, 5730; Lanning,
Fawcett & Wilson, ��4.90; J. A.
Lee, S3.75; A. Walker. ?_o to;
Clarke & Stuart, $121.55; J- B-
Elliott, $22.30; W. Stirling, ml;
The Board then adjourned till
Saturday, May ist, at 2 p.m.
The Grand Master gave a very
eloquent address, and congratulated
Delta Lodge on the progress they
have made and the excellent manner in wbich they carry out their
business; also giving a detailed account of the progress of the order in
B.C.
being disposed of easily at Inst
week's figures. Chickens wero
equally in demand and all were
sold. Ducks were conspicuous by
their ab.euce.     '      ��� ���'.....
Apples were fairly plentiful foi
this time of the year and all first-*
class stock found a ready sale.
Potatoes were still more in demand
than usual and the prices again rose
in sympathy. Other vegetables
were fairly plentiful and the prices
were unchanged.
Early cabbage and lettuce plants
made their appearance.
Following is the list of quotations
prevailing at yesterday's market:
Beef, hindquarters, S>jc to 9,'gC
per lb; forequarters, 6J-iC to 7 He.
Mutton, 13c to 14c per lb.
Lamb, 14c to 15c per lb.
Veal, medium,  nc ton'-.-cpef
I lb; large, oc to ioc.
After (he reception   in   the lodge .     ?ork> ^ t��) gc ^ ]b_
Eggs,  wholesale,   25c   per   dozf
room, the brethren adjourned to thej
banquet room where a sumptuous j r.ta;j".oc
Butter, 35c to 40c per lb
repast had   been   provided, and the
balance of the evening was spent
pleasantly in  small talk  and story
telling.    This was one of the  most,
pleasant evenings ever spent among 1
the   Oddfellows    in    Ladner,    and j
speaks well for the hospitality oi the
Brothers oi the Delta.
.SNAKES   TABOO IN   HAWAII
Honolulu, Hnwaii, March 22.���
The inspectors of the Territorial
plant and aniatai quarantine.service
l.ist week confiscated two vicious
living   scorpions,   the    largest   of
STEVES vs. McNEELY.
In tbe Supreme Court yesterday,
Mr Justice Morrison dismissed the
action of Steves vs. McNeely, reserving the- question of costs. The
plaintiff, Sieves,, had leased from the
defendant the Delta Holel at Lad-
SMALL ATTENDANCE.
The  local
1612,   held
Orange   Lodge   No, I
a  public  meeting,   onj
SPECIAL OFFER.
Farm  and  Ranch   Rev:
lib-
whieh   measured   eight inches   Hnjf_ paying-$750 down as a first in-
length. They were brought from
Java by a local' scientist, who had
no intention *f letting them escape,
bat the Territory takes no chances
and1 both insects were summarily
dispatched. Hawaii has never had
a snake or other dangerotw reptile
or animal;- and on one or two oeca-
Stalmeut on the lease. It was understood that a license was to go with
the lease, but a_ter the lease   was
Tuesday evening last, the 30th ult., I lished at Calgary, Alta., sells  at $1
in Oddfellows' Hall, but on account! per yeaf  and  we  are  prepared to
of tbe inclement weather and short , ,
.,       ,.    , 1 supplv this paper fre_  to new sub-
notice,   the   attendance   was   verv;     " r
small.    Rev. J. F. Betts occupied I bribers and renewals under the ft 1-
the chair and J. W. Whitely, Pro-! lowing condition-:
vincial  Organizer, and  Rev. J. C.      1. That  all   subscribers must ie
iti
To Replace Lapwini
Fowls,  $9.00 to $10.00 per dosj
chickeus, ��_.ou to $9.00 per dor.
Potatoes, $35 per tou.
Apples, $1.25 to ft.75 a box.
Onions, $1.75 per sack.
Turnips, 75c per sack,
Carrots, Ji per sack.
Parsnips, 75c [ier-sack.
Beets, fi per sack.
  ; moulded beam, S feet depth of hold,
A large contract has been let to a \ 2*�� t0l,s displacement loaded.   Her
shipyard  of  New   Westminster by
engines will be So  indicated horsepower   and   she   will steam eight
Captain   Rogers, formerly  pilot on I knQts ,������_ ^^
ihe river and  now on the dredge      The new steamer will  be equip.
King Edward.    Sometime ago thei ped for general freighting purposes
steamei Lapwing, owned by  Ca: '. I in the coastwise trade,
Rogers, completed its  term of use-' __
lulness and it has now been decided
10 remove the  machinery, which is
unable to get a license. He therefore
brought action toi recover the costs
to which he had been put. The
defendant bad paid into Court $750,
sions when snakes were- brought which'was returned, Hk Lord-
here lor exhibition purposes, mob! ship��reserving the-question of costs.
few almost reigned; when the news ���News-Advertiser, April 2nd.
became known, and they were
killed before they were landed from
Use vessels which fyisoag.ht them.
Madill, Past Grand Chaplain of B.i residents of Albctti, Saskatchewan!
transfer**   Steves   found   himself |N_ A_ deiiTere(i strong address.s! or British Columbia.
as well as telling some very  tunny;    2> That all subs
stories.     During  the evening the'Farmers or Rancher
in excellent condition, and  pj.ice it
Hot X Buns for delivery Friday
.morning.���W. H. Smith.
ber.
or
must te
other, ise
pursuits,
must t-x-
I Two freighters, the Leebro an .
I Forager, left, on Saturday, the for.
I mer for Victoria and latter for Van-
, couver, with hav and oats for the
' B.-K, Co.
in a new hull,
I The new vessel wiil be built at
jthc Royal City shipyards on the
, North Ann, and will be the largest! ~*"~~
vessel,    excepting,    perhaps,    the | SEED WHEAT ��� Red
dredge Ajax, ever built in the city.
The  new  vessel  will cost $25,000
and will take  nbout  three  months
Howard brothers and Chas. Brawn  interested in Agricultural   ,-...,>  ,                                .
.......             ,           in_e_e_reuin_it_-.uiu_-.il  ru. ...._. ves,el     excepting,    perhaps,    thei SEED WHEAT-. Red  Fife and
entertanied   by   instrumental and      .   ~,       ..      ,.    .   .    ., .��� ,    ,      ,,              .    ,   .     ,             a|v'l    v. i-j-_��- ->��� _.cu   mc ana
son* and a verv interesting meet-      3'   ;"      ,                      ��">���>" ^ dredge Ajax, ever built in the city.      Blue   Stem;   Timothy,   Clover,
ne was brotSt to a close bv t e' P'eSS theif W"h U'at "*  I"rm a'd The new  VeSsel wiU COSt *25'������      ��<*>�� ����� Garden Seeds,
singS of the National An.he,,,1     ! J"f *?**" l* ^  tl> the,r'''!" ��"d will take  about  thi.0  months      SUTT0X,S FAMOUS SEEDS,
*   *                                                I dress. to complete, the keel to be laid this
             I     Now  is  the  time  to. ��QQe(.t this week.    .She   will   lv   100   feet  in  Brackman-Ker   Milling  Co..  Ltd.,
LADN...., MAY :.|. offer,    Giye us a call. |l,cngth   overall,   _u   feet  6 iuchts U. X. RICH, Ladder, B,C, A$S*\? THE DELTA "TOteS, TUESDAY, ATRftrfc, rgofc.
MES
BUS       D   KVK<\    _Oi.^UAy.
SaMCMPTiON, St.00 per year.
ADVKHT1SING   RATES.
,Cam��l AdTerti_._a.enU, w ctmti per line few
tbc fimt in^rtion, and 3 cent* per line ior encli
tub_eq��ent insertion. The number Ot line*
,��eckoned by the Bpucc occupied, 1* lines to Ue
iicii.
Kmtes ior Commercial Advertisements can be
pad uu application at thia oft cr.
Reading notice* w cents per line for eacb in-
.ertioii.
B^rth Death Hint; Marriage notices, fi.tw.
which is to
individufll
< cunipHuy, to be coiiMtdered an advertisement
ni] charged accordingly
AM uivcrtisemtnUCcharjjed^for Junti! urdvrei
_tUt   mil puid fur.
Anv special notice, tbe object ot
itonute the pecuniary benefit of any
advi
Correspondence tuviied  ou  matters of public
j terest.  Communication, to editor must be ac-
-iinpiiuiecl by name ot writer, not necessarily
for publication, but as evidence of good faith.
.orreAfKLWdfOGt Blunt rrach this office by Thurs.
..y eveuuij;.
Oko. R.
Manlky,
Manager.
TUE9DAY.  Al'RIL 6,   1909.
Vancouver Information Bureau
has just issued Bulletin No. 2,
���which contains a useful budget ot
information on Vancouver and the
Fraser Valley. It is gotten up in
-neat folder form and contains some
fine photo-engravings showing tha
.comparisons between to-day and
���twenty years ago.
STEVENS
ARMS
are ior sale by all progressive
Hardware and Sporting
Good* Merchant*
and
DAN BEARD'S splendid effort
-*" GUMS AMD GUNNING "���
will be mailed postpaid to any
applicant by J. Stevens Abms
& Toot Co_tP_js-r, Chioopoe
Falls, Mass., upon
.receipt of price.
Por paper cover edition forward 20 oents;
for cloth bound book
scad 80 cents.
Written
tor am) published by
J. STEVENS
ARMS & TOOL CO.
F.0.B.-40M
OkopM.lib, l_u_.
fashion Stables-
Trucking and Draying.    Livery Work of
All Kinds Attended to Fr__toptly.
All Kinds o_ Firewood Always On Hand.
Incorporate* ISM.
J. M. C0LLINS0N, JSjj 1 mm> B-c-
SHOES 1    SHOES 11
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED,
CAPITAL PAID-UP,      -
R.&9ERVE FUiSTD,
$10,000,000
$ 3,900,000
$ 4,600.000
Total Assets Otef Fifty Millions.
To those who might imagine
-that there is such a thing as Cansda
producing more wheat than she can
find, a market for. we would like to
point out the following which is
gathered from tbe Census and Statistics Monthly, published at Ottawa: In 1908 tbe United Kingdom
imported 170,114,383 busl Is of
wheat, while Cauada's total ex*
porta of wheat amounted to only
52,503,903 bushols iu the sane
period,
TEMPLE OF MUSIC
.Seattle, Wash., April 3.���Music
will be a big feature of the Alaska-
Yukon-Pacific Exposition, and during the Exposition se .son the finest
musical organizations of the United
States will be heard. Liberatti's,
Innes' and Ellery's bands will di-i
vide the season and these will be
heaid daily.
The Temple of Music is centrally
located and in tbis beautiful building, continuous concerts will be
given.free from the first day of
June until the closing day ou the
16th of October. A number of
handsome band stands have been
erected at various points, and these
are so dispersed that music will be
heard in every part of the grounds.
DRYSOX PROCESS
of Waterproof
SHOES
For Winter Weather
Accounts of Out-of-Tov.n Customers Given Soectal
Attention.
BANK BY MAIL.
Savings Department*
Accounts may be opened with deposits of ONE DOLLAR
and   Upwards.      Interest paid,  Of credited,  half-
yearly on June 30th.and December
31st eacb year.
TRY fl PAIR AND BE CONVINCED.
JNO. REAGH,   LADNER, B. C.
�����_!���__���___S-.MsS������,__________
Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done.
Percy  Burr   paid
here, last week.
a short   visit
Miss Minerva Smith returned
home, Friday, from a weeks' visit
to the Royal City.
Miss Tway, of Vancouver, representing the  Canadi. 11 Viavi Co.. is
It mu6t be  very  discouraging to I a Luest at Shirley's Hotel.
Miss McNeill, Principal of Ladner      -
school,'to have the school closed
for a month in the middle of the
session, while she was doing her
level best to make a good showing
.at tbe next Entrance Exams. As!
there are no signs of contagion among the families contributing the
High School candidates, the Principal wil. endeavor to keep up their
studies privately so that the time
might not be entirely lost.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kendall and'
Miss Fuller, of Vancouver, are
guests of Dr. and Mrs. Woodley.
the Delta Saw mils
-���-*"������*        I    IH      ���___���_���-__-___>.������.,___���        1       __   ���    __-_-^,l��_______-________-_t________-____a_-____h 1,. |.s^_i-i__-___l___-rf_^____-_-<__^_--__��_-l__-___ML-_s-_h__i _��    !____
������ __________________    , . . ... _..._.-���_���_,..._.��� g. _.   ..-_._..._���___���_���-________..���-���������.   ._.	
Are Prepared to . . ��
Furnish All Kinds of
ROUGH   &   DRESSED   LUMBER
At LOWEST PRICES. Also
Shingles,  Doors, Sash and
House   Finish   of  All   Descriptions.
K. D. SIMPSON, Manager, LADNER, B. C.
DELTA HOTEL
J. Johnson, Prop.
Newfly Furnished Throughout, and
First-Class in Every Detail.
Rates on Application.
LADNER.
B.C.
The  BEST Water   Tanks   Are
Made at This Mill*
f
I
PC
t
B.   H���    WEARE
begs to announce that he., has reopened his Mandolin and Violin
Classes iu Waddell's Hall, ov<*
Gifford's barber shop.
For further rarl.cul_.ri_ Jap.ily to
above.
Mandolins, String*, ��fo_��
Strtlp>T.Cd at City Prices.
_;,___���_ .���_- _. -.
..'      *:
For the
f j. Henley fjSprlng Tirade
!
��.��.
11 Seeds for the Fawn, Gar*
Soda Water, (linger j j   d.n. Lawn 0r Cansefi.**
NKW WESTMINSTER,
Manufacturer., of ull kinds ol
Ale
anc. Summer
Brinks.
Your patronage solicited
-s*s>.��*y��-vy���vy��.��y..s{s-._.s5s..*;.,��..��..��^;..*..}.
4   d i .
The University boat race, which
took place on Saturday last, was
won by Oxfotd in 19 minutes and
50 seconds, finishing by three and
a half lengths ahead.
Miss Rosie Williams, of West
bam Island, who has been suffering
for sometime rom Bright's disease I
and appendicitis, was operated upon
yesterday for the appendicitis, and
but scant hope is entertained for
her recovery.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR
Room i, Kllard Block. New WesiminMer.
Lost.
For Sftle.
A Iwo-storey business block, on
Delta street, for sale (with or without the business).
The building is at present occupied as a printing office.
For lurther particulars apply at
THIS OFFICE.
AUCTION SALE!
DAIRY   CATTLE   &   HORSES
The following gentlemen represented the St. Andrew's and St.
Stephen's Presbyterian Churches at
the Presbytery meeting recently
held in Vancouver, relative to tbe
translation of Re*, Mr. White from
this charge to the Richmond congregation, viz.: Messrs. W. Smillie,
R. E. Kittson, J. Honeyman, R.
McKee, T. Robertson, C. Brown,
John McKee, D. Montgomery and
D. McGregot, and among the many
/other reasons set forth why Mr.
White should not be translated
at this time, it was shown that his
Sabbath services, being conducted
with great ability, were much appreciated by his people and the attendance much greater than  when
A   rurse   containing   a  sum  of
money.    Finder please return to
THIS OFFICE.
Wanted.
Wanted  woman  to work along
the educational line.    Apply
ROOM  18. SHIRLEY HOTEL
Tenders Wanted.
Tenders will be received by Delta
School   Board   up  till  noon   April
15th, for the use of Trenant School
grounds till April ist, 1910.
For particulars apply
N. A. MCDIARMID,
Sec.
NEW YORK
CLIPPER
IB THE GREATEST
THEATRIttl I SHOW PAPER
IN THK WORLD.
J4.00W.Yw.   Single toft, it ���fc
1SSCSB WEEKLY.
Sample Copy Free.
FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (1-8).
atBERTJ. bome, rtniMMBiis,
lUMW. .. W. ��.Ml ����.,,.>,''!,% .OKK.
*(Westminster"__ranch.
:Ti__e_ Tabl
Cars lenve Westminster lor Vniicosiver at 5.50'
and 6.509.111. ami hourly thereafter Until 11 \>.
in.: Saturdays ancl Sunday., at 11 p.'ih.
Cars leave Vancouver for WeStininstei's at j.50
and 6._o.u. in. and hourly thereafter until iu p.
111.: SAtiiMnvs and Sum*, ysnt 'i-'s.m.
��� ���-W3>i      FREIGHT  CAKS.
We run f_*t-class frelgHt Mrs between Westminster .and Vain._tt.-_r and all shipments are
handled with the i*tnf_keArr and delivered to
consignee without _��*V Special attention paid \
to friip.. shipments. <_ itl wagons meet ail boats
and tra'ins.   For rates, etc. apply to
Slfe'<_*!fi_ORV, *. MtgOfcRftlK,
���rt-aflic Mrr. Local IIV-.
Wd_:tHllrit<.r._1.0.
tory..
Tested Stock from the best RTSwers
in England, France, Holland,
United States and Canada.
Fruit artd Ornamental
Treess, S��lal_ Fruits,
English Hollies
Grown _n the only part ef the America^ continent not infested with
the Sari Jose .cale. Our trees do
not hav.? tp be'ftomigattd and conse-
qi^ently damaged.
FERTlf-ZERS. BEE StTPPaES.
SPRAt PtT?-PS. SPRAYING
MATERIALS. CGIf FLOWERS. ETC.
I57-P^i_:e Catalogue Pree
M. J. HENRY,
Greenhouses anfl "Seedhouses,
30 r& Westditrster Road, Vancouver
Branth NurseiV, Sdhth Vftncoayer
' British Columbia.
Mr. White commenced his ministry Eadner, April 3rd, 1909
]bere, It was also shown that
wheu Mr. Whit* commenced his
ministry her* one year ago, the
finances of St. Andrew's Church
were nil, now they were never
better in the history of the eborcb
and Mr. Whitens removal from
Ladner is not only a great loss to
the church here, but also to our
municipality as a whole, and especially among the young people will
J}�� be greatly misseii.
Tenders will be received by the
Delta Municipal Conncil up till
noon, Saturday, April 10th, for the
delivery of one thousand yards of
gravel on the river bank between
Burr's Landing and Westham Island. Gravel-to be taken from the
Council's pit at Port Rells.
For further particulars apply
N. A. McDIARMID,
X.M.C.
Ladner, March 57th, 1909-
Under instructions from Mr. Wtt,
Smillie, of East Delta. I will SELL
RY   PUBLIC  AUCTION   on   the
Premises, near the School House
on the Matthews Road, on
Tuesday, the 13th day of
API. FL, 1909,
At   12  o'clock noon, the whote of
his choice herd ol Dairy Cattle *n<_
Horses, which <onsist of in part as
follows;
Dairy Oattla-
12 head of choice dairy cows from
3 to 6 years old, two of which aiC,
fresh   calved  and   tbe  balance are
due during t__ n.xt six weeks.     t
Holstein bull, 3  years old (registered).
4 Haad ot Horses*
1 tour-year-old draft mare, about
1450 lbs., ! two-year-old Clyd* colt
(pelding), sire Royal Citi_en; I
one-year-old Clyde filly; I three-
vear-old roadster gelding by B. C
King.
Trrms���For sums of $25 and] under, spot cash; over that amount,
cash or approved lien notes at
three months and 8 per cent, interest.
1t.pj.;trapp,
Auctioneer,*
ALBERT M.NCI.T0N,
Of Vernon,  Okanagan, has come
to settle in Ladwer, 'a��nd is prepared
Ito fix up
FRUIT ORCHARDS
in good 'shape, <_r anything on the
falsi, by Day VtfOrk or Contract,
nnd will take work ton the share
system.
Wo'uM take the Wiknagetnent of
a Farm. . .... ���
Good References.
Tefms ReasonaUe.
Fisher's Dms and
^������������a.".,.-  =       Book Store
Piano Tuning.
Mr. W. J. ."Voard tuned Wit
"GRAND" Piano and regelated
the acrfon to my entire satisfaction,
and I can conscientiously recommend him to anyone requiring this
line ol work.���Arthur Betvell, Organist and Choirmaster, St. Andrews' Church, Vancouver', B.C.
Ws J. GOARD
will male* regular trips here and
anyone wishing their instruments
tuned or repaired will kindly leava
their names at This Office.
Formalin
A sure preventative fot smut in .gfaito.    StaadaTtd grsidt it
pint, quart or gallon lc*s.
Blue Stcni��.
Tl* Wst is  the imported English grade, ��yfit-thiiirg less
than  one per 'cent, of *ul,p_tate of iron,
..1 15c lb., o. -'lbs -25c.
We have other Blue Sto*e btft' not 90 ihig>k a gradfe
too lb.
Garden Seeds.
U U   MAY'S, St.   Raul,  Minneapolte,   IV&rthem
Qttwn Flower a*d ^Garden Seeds.
Lime-Sulphur Spray.
Use^ by the Fruit GrcWets' A^sockftieH, Imp. gaiv��n 50C
S. W. FISHER, Phm.B���
Druggist and Statioaer,     *     *
.Ladner, RG.
.s^T:     ,.   .  .   ' .  .V T, *"* * 2. i-~-^-~^d        '^tmmWm^X-d;-'"- - - ���--���SSSStafrrmVaaaa^SSSamt^
-.    ' -
-      .
THE 2>��^TA tpm. OTSSBAV, APRIL 6,
2__
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CHURCH  fii)TlZJ&, j
ALL SAINTS.
(Augiicaj...
Inly Cciuuiuuiuii���ist  and 3rd!
ulavs at 8:30 a.w., _ud  aad [th
>days at II a.t...
latins, 11 o'clock.
I'.vei S'iiT��, 7.:30 if-cloek.
1.i,<__y School ut IO a.m.
s'uilay evening, Liutnv at 7:30.
ti-. K, R. Bturtlett. M.A..  Vicai
l Al'iss L-'C
Services first and third Sunday of
eui��� month at to-yo a.m.; Benediction, 7:30 -jXirn.
Sunday sc_n__ at 3 p.m.
Low Mass and Holy Communion
_i...t an-'third Mondays et 6 a.m.   i
Kev. Father Wagner, O.M.I..   I
''Purlin Treat.
a        ft/sg-j^ .;."*'
���<__��_*_ I sA. ,,.     . ,:isr4,..-... ,.*.
METHODIST.
4 GOLLEOt
NEW "WESTMINSTER, B.C.
i'FouiKiea W9&
&
ii-
irorp.. rated 18SS
sProvides .0. 'C ._._tiar..   Heme Ta.   ^Stndnrts <vf  both
sexes   at  moderate   rates.    Kas   a   preparatory -class   fs'r
,/UBtior students taking  Public  School   work.     Does-High
"Sa1.b-t.i_"School at 2 p tn every] School work and (prepares for'Pro. iiicia.     eite-'hers' Exam-
't^Lyey^'^^ "^ iliad'on*>     Teaches *__ taraclm  cf a   Practical Business
.... 1 I Course aed'confers ��iplotwas.     Iinp'aTfs *a Libera, /Educa
tion in its "Ccffiegietfe  Course, arm   in   t.ic ladies" Course
for M.  E. -L-, tint'; M.   L-. A,     In Thealogy confers the de
gree of JS.'D.    In 'University work -can t_Kfc saideiitst'Jrrough
the complete Arts Course for the   P.A. BegTttfc oT Toronto
���Unh'-ersitj'--with "whidrfhe'College is "iu Trill .^filiation.    In
Science teaches the  First Year of Toronto 'S._iool of Sci-
��nce, and  has 'a ^petitil 'Engiueering  Com se "adapted  to
I Practical Ergineering .<mx>nk. in this [Province    l_n 'Musi., a
*" ' te ''ci:!rv;v, 211.1 'piano  ati_f'
_5erv3Ges neitt I ordls .Day at ���: 1
. in.and"7:3o p.in.
'. iass meet 1 ns, alter'thcimcr. nng
���m ever;,' .Strndity.
Hfc:v. T. <fi. Betts. pastor
ST. 4NDRHW f PKKSBYTKK. AN
Services next 'Lord _, Dav ai ��_
a.tp. and 7,30 pirn. t
Safcbath ScbocM 2:;o p.m. Mid-,
week meeting on Wediiesd*y even-
1*:,' at 7.30 o'ckck.
M.v. I. H. Whit., M.A.
B..e-T_S2'_
Sabbath services ��� Cresceiti Is
';'��� hind, 3f>.ni-; Ladner, 7:36 p.m.
Sunday Schod at 10:30 a. m.
, -~0 -"'"6      TT_S1S1_.      ill      I
konrplete course  m ^heo?;;, -vcris
ergar., in '.conjuntttiDtt  v?fth "the Ttirotftoi col.e^v of music.
j-Spatial k-struetiot_ in art and eletutiot-, white all students
are required Uo tribe physical trfciiii_3j  <_itIt   fill   the   priv-
., or ���-
i are requiTea tto'tclae physical trfciiiiti^
Prayer meeting on Thursday HMWes <# a ^ eqmppe^l CTimmsiutt.
S p.m. j
1
Tmee Marks
-sbRK&NS
... Ooprno__Ts&c
...���.,.. ioM**(��5rt_u(-_t,j)iS0___lfc-TSSicuti
Mnt free. QidNMnmn Tfarnx_iriu>ii_unii.
Patents ta_6i\' Lhroutrb Muna aTTo. receive
���Meld notki, vrithoat elimra, __ the
���*��.___._._.___���_   ��w ���
sssy*s.s** ss��w*-B, WILUOab gUHTffe, |_tH
ScEeniific American
litban(_-_im��_rr--��WTWttntrw��L_ny. tsmnt ct
uiSUatiou of .any sclenLli.o journal,   'i'enn_ foi
Cao&tlu, SX75 a year, postage prepaid.   Sold by
all .uew_.iiea.cni.
*r��Dc_-o_kM, aa Kgi^ftattataana, n. c.
l"Cl>l#M-M"R00fll
If you average* thre< cost'pric.'of J-M Asbestos Roo. ing over
the peri��fc of yeara fii _.f_-:servi.c, yon will see that "J-M" i.
cheaper to ust-than any(->ther prepared -.oofinje. ���Seingmads of
Asbestos, an indestmttible' mineral, it is per me nun Ily durable,
and as'it d<.flEi.>.t,Ye|t,i_h.elany -coating or painting, its first cost is
the only cost. . Ea_ily applied by anyone.
ASBESTOSIDE is an Asbestos Sheathing and is the'most economical..-dupable and easily applied siding known.
.baric ��or .-uiin. .��_i -and.pkI n _ ��
SYNOPSIS    OF   Crti.ADlAi-.    H��-iviu
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Domlaton Laadu with-
In the Hallway Belt in British Coluni-I
*ia, i.-.ay be homesteadod ly any per |
|<son wJjo i�� the -pole head of a family,
or any -male over IS ]Kar. of asa. to
tie extent '.<>f sonn-gjiarter _����tion    ol
160 acres, more or loss. ���
Entry, must, be  made personally ae
At local land office for the district in
which the land Is ..situate,  .Entry    by
proxy may, however, be made on cer
tain conditions by tube fati����r, mother.
I __>n, daughter, brother ��r sisttsr of an
intending homesteader.
���The homesteader Is required to pel"
tfOrm ��� tine cenditions  connected   thi
with und. r one of tbe foJlowfeg pita 1:
(1) At  lea et -sio. months'  residence
upoi' and cultivation net AaiMnd    in
tach year fer thr^e rears.
..(2) If the father (or mother, If tha
father Is deceased) of the homesteader
resides tr;ion a faim In then-ieinv.y o1
the land entered for. Kb. rcii'iiremenis
te to iNjttiWace ma;- _c _j.tis;:.(l    bj
���Uch  p_riT��n  residing"\vitil_  ihe   fathe
���r'rnOfhor.
KS) Ifi .e Stiller fcfjs hi* poTnianent J
IrtsIdOT.ce nycin   farming    laT.'d owned
by him  in  the victeiiy of his home
*ste:ifl, 'ihe I'rpjfirtrcfnwvts    ,t_   10   resi
dence  May be satisfied  by resldeaee
Ofmn'the'sWd land."
Bix months' notice in -writma; shnnld
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion kivnds fll Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent. L
COAL.���Co.il ml-nlag'rights may bei
leased tor la. period t.f twenty-one!
years, at a . a.nual rental of $1 per
acre. >?r.t mot* than 2.580 acrr's shall
he leased to one lrfdlvidttal or com-;
pany. A "royalty at the rate of fiv<',
eents per ton sh_ll be rolled .d on 1
the merchantable coal mined. 1
"W."W. CORY,
T>mity of the Minister ef the Interior. ���
NT. p.���Uoauthoristd publlcatloa of
this advutlseratnt    will sot h��)4>atfi|
fler.
THESE THREE $2.S0
Tlie Delta Times THE-DELTA TIMES. TUESDAY
a.  ."543.
LOCAL.. NEWS.
fJf-Wtt-BE ! LM .!���!!-!
���������ah Hvrts j.-
*1^^**_M*W*,f"^Pr*>**.!
RIFLE ASSOCIATION.
"*****- j     Remember   the  meeting   ot the.
Kobt. Stoke .visited the Terminal | RJfle Association to  be  hftU.: in the
(fity., last vveek. i Council Chamber,   on    Thursday
evening next, at 8 o'cloek, when a.
7 p.C.
Nett
On Your Money
1    .t!BF__ *�����%?.
0   p.C.
Nett
Miss Weare  left, yesterday, on.a
visit to Vancouver,
D. Woogs. of Vancouver, paid a
shoi^ visit, here, last week.
Leave  your orders   in time for
#ot X Burs.���W. H. Smith.
Mis... _Iutcheison returned home,
Wednesday, Irom Vancouver.
full attendance is.requested.
1  .._*.. Lu,n _gna���B
For Sale,
A Buckskin Mare, Cart and'Harness.    Qheap for cash.
A. I>._R.. TAYLOR.
Wanted!.
G-_a.rante<}<_. upon abgpl,ut.e-ly safe security���-first
mortgages on suhstasrjtal, city properties. SEV_}_$. anni
Eight Per Cent. Guaranteed,, feee o�� aU. changes,,
uppn sume ra-nging _i-om> Five. Hundred QoH-ars up_.
White, Shiks & C>
New Westminster., B.C..
Mrs. (Dr.) Woodley, was a,, visitor
ip th? T/erminal City, on, Wednesday last..
Experienced farm hand witb.re-
oommendatipns seeks employment.
Apply, at
THIS OFFICE.
Agencies Represented--
Hartford Tire Insurance Co. Infttr. nee Cs,, of NpMh A^Ki-ica
F_,��-l!sK Insurance Co. cf Rpoolclyg,    1'lie Ocean  Accident,fc- Ouarmis-e Coifsor--
Connectl.TUt fliw Insvua. CO Qo., tioo.Ud., of Isp-don. Hug.
Imperial Trust, Qo., Ltd., Vancouver. BiC.
I���
Robt. May spent a few days.bare,
Ijtst week, and left, ou Satuydav,
lor Port Hara^motid.
Divine service will be held iH:the
Methodist- Church here at 10.30
o'clock Good Eriday rooming,.
The annual parisioners' mating
will be held in the '/.estry, of All
Saints Church on Tuesday evening,
April 13th, at S p.m.
Wanted.
Wanted' by strong,, capable,, experienced man, situation as foreman
on ranch or to take ehapge during
owner's absences references, abstainer, state wages. Address
W.  BENNETT,
Fraser Mills, B.C.
Auction Sale F
The
Prize Winners
for
MARC
Mre Beg Leave!
To notify th��. p^o-pto <U Ladner and aur-
rounding district thafc wa ara now m a
pceition to- often* Vancouver Island
Por tia 1
Cement
At greatly reduced prices, making it possible for parties who contemplate building
to put in concrete foundations at about the
same cost, aB piling art other inferior
material.
Write for Prices.
GILLEY BROS.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B. C.
J.
Po,you>l_o_ji t__e duplicate-coupon bearing' one- of tbe
numbers below?    If so, you arc- entitled to an elegant 109-
piece china dinner set.    Remember, if you, do not find your
number among the list this month,, reserve your coupons, j
gather what more you oan a.s von ."..re just as likely to win \
next month on this moath's coupon as not..
46878: 31910 341.43 36633 36449
j  38^83 30439  48857 47555. 49852
Every    49   lb   sack   of   ROYAL STANDARD {
'FLO I$R Qontains a. numbered coupon entitling ths;. holder j
   WWtvrorft ��>****W. Av ������� t        chance to win one of teu beautiful  and costlv china'
i lant. to  _>IUiL b\   .s>LCI ION, on- .. . . ... ,. -   r. ...
K. D. Simpson, manager ot th�� the pnmiie* fcmille South of ud.|ainner-sete. that are given away monthly to the users of this
ne., or. jfamof-S.bread n��.ur.    bave your coupons, make an effprt ��.
J; D. Witton, Western Represent? j
%tive of John Robertson & Sons,J
30 DAIRY  COWS,  _., HORSES,
3     BROOD)    SOW.S,     BAINi
WAGGON.,     PLOUGH,    &c.,j
&c. whicli.
tyd.. Dundee-, Scotland, is visiting .TMPRi H.. N.. RICK, has received
Ji Johnson, at Delta Hotel. \ instructions    from     Mr��    I.
JCWCLCRY.
.rn.mmm.imm>     i n        .    iw_jii i m       nm !���_���__ ���
All   sorts   of   First-Class   Jewellery,
Silverware, Cut Crlasa, Etc.
local   branch  of tbe  Ray,al Bank
spent  Sundav  in  Seattle,
Westminster by, the .Saturd
leaving'! Wednesday,    7th    April, (,athe? *&J"* cau-you will find your number atnosg the
n  , : j list one or these dav*    The winning num-tters wi appear
* W"^ i9oS.. at *.o.cloek p.ir... U    tWg s the fijlgt issu��� ofe,.c}-. n[ouK
Ths above Qovvvs ��:r\- either, fresh
1 ��r due to calva-soo tliaiMi are  being
-jACIFIC      COAST      TESTED. sm i��'conseqii_ence-oP both parties
' SEP-DS.   from   M.   j.   Henry..1 retiring from dairying
Nty-series  and  Seedi Hor,?e, .07 |    Tkkms Cash.
sale-at  W.. H.. SMITH'S, Lad- j   _.    .	
ner, B.C
space
Sold by- W-, H. Smith.,
NEW STOCK ON HAND.
PRICES AWAY DOWN
MANUFACTURED.   ON&Y   RY
S.S* TRAMwSFEmT.
Vancouver M\m & Grain Co., LM.,
VANCOTJVEPv B. C:.
A. Clausen, A. W. Oliver, J.I Commencing April ist the S.S.
Simpson and Rich. Spipks (Van..jTransfer will leave Brackman-Ker
stiver), spe^t a day. on iho. Njco ..wharf every week-day aiternoon,
mekl. last week, and .eti.rned with jexcePt Sat��rda)'. ^ 3 !'���!"��� 'or Lad.
y��yfairsi_ed baskets  of KpcckJedli ner,. Westham Island and way ports.
beauties.
Saturdays at  2  p.m., returmag tc-.
New  Westminster- Saturday even-.
Undrew Causen,
LADNER- B.. C.
REPiURrN��>
AU Kinds of
CLEANING-    AND
PRESSING
I iijrss
Mr, and   Mrs.   ,\!cx. Sutlicrlaud'j
are amoiic; the recant arrivals here..'RUNS TO'STKVT.STOX "1UES
Mr. Sutherlatid h..$. received  the!      DAYS ant,SATURDAYS
a,ppolntment. as   manager- ot   the j    Returning,  loaves Westham Is*J
Wadhams cannery, which has been ; lcind every v/eek-day morning, ex-i
placed  in   commission   again ;thisjcept Friday, at -/-a.m., and   Ladner.;
^ar-         17:45 a.m.,  Fridayssleaves Westham
'Island  6- a.m. and Ladn.jr at 6.^-.
Divine  services will  be held  in, a.m.
AH- Saints   Trenant,   on   Sunday      Afldkion^J'trip Monday morning,J
ripXt, ifaster Sunday, as follows: S leaving N|iw Westminster at 5 a.m.,
a.m., Holy Communion;   11   a.m., !     This schedule subject to,change|
AJatins,  Sermon   andi Holy  Com-J without notice.
j * t
jnunion; 7:30. p.m., Evensong and i    For,fright, and  passenger rates-j
S^errn,on,    It is hoped  that ail wills ap)pl$'to
tpke an'efifovt lobe present a. these- ROBERT JARDINE,
services. I Manager.
)-~'        -l T._JL.__ JJ���JJU__^ TJ___E.__..l..'i'J. BBS ..JJJJl. 9BHMB_ ll-lt Ji-'WIWUiaJlL-
A Couple of Labor
Saving: Devices^
Elastic, Draft Sprii^s-
Sst_ye your horses and machinicry all feeawy
shocks ani jolts*.
i The Wilson Harrow Cart>
Saves yeur legs and. makes a longer day
possible.
(Some and inspect thes9,Bwe feel sure, they
wiil appeal to yom
Y Oil IT       I 3I1K.      _L_.0��tK**'A nice line of CHICKEN WIREJjust arrived at
EightgPrii.e_.
_|_..l.��e>US lilip It With G.l]A.ini7,ed|The "Wery Latest im Fairbank3-Mor39 Engines for
fishing boats^now in stock.
froii, mp We, &wmmte^ i% ^iHL0^fc ^^ an advance mill is best for
ibeafc Ko, mt^ clean Seed G*ain-
*   TAILOR   -
SUITS   MADE   TO   ORDER.
Fit and Style Guaranteed
Next Door to H. McDowell..  Harness Shop,
DELTA STREET,        -       -       -       LADNER, B. C.
��_.    S*    McBRIDE*
fe hwz (wv$ ofjiers,, \\$ u^ c,ur^ ym^-\
B. T_ CALVERT-
LADNER,   B;C.
GENERAL
DEALER
Phone Be.
Port Guichon
,atinTer St Elliott
LADNKBs, B. C.
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