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Array *���*. ��NW 6.1908
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Vol. 6, No.
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LADNER, B. C, TUESDAY. 1.0   EHBi_R 3, 1908.
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Apple Show. The Market.       School Report.
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Spokane, Wa;1!., Oct. 2S.--With New Westminster. Oft. 31.���
a reputation for good fruit equal to Several days ot heavy raiji, making
any section of Ibe United States, the roads unfit for travel, had its
British Columbia wiil be strongly effect upon the weekly market,
represented at the national apple keeping many at their homes w.o
sh>_ to be held in Spokane, Der. WOuld otherwise have brought in
7 to 12, this year. In fact, she; their produce, and also causing a
leads many or the St ties in the 1 reduction in the number of buyers,
number of exhibits whieh  she will: so that Irom a  spectators'   point of
Christmas Prize Drawing
decided tbe board of trustees of
show to make
��5 sow \w Ml swing*  This vear we are giving away TEN PRIZES, valued
ef ONE HlMMK B0LU$i!3 [JIOWMfl, aad a CONSOLATION PRIZE, HALL
Stand, wluclv was 2n. uriie last year but was unclaimed.
1st Priz?, Couch.
Morris Chair. *
Manicure Set.
Centre Table,
Tea Set*
Set Fish Carvers in Case. #
Nut Bowl (hand (minted).
Brush and Comb Tray (hand painted).
Set Diavolo.
Fancy Vase.
Consolation Prize, Hall Stand.
Prizes are on Exhibition in our Show Window.
2nd
3rd
4th
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6th
7th
8th
9th
10th
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send. Over 200 entries will come
down from the Canadian province,
including district and individual
displays. The enthusiastic interest
shown by the growers of B. C. has
the
it an in'r-.rnatioi al
instead of a national event which
will be done after this year.
In further recognition of the interest of the Canadians, Manager
H. J. Neely has take 1 it 1 the matter of the removal of duly on exhibits sent fr itn British Columbia,
with every prospect that his request
will be granted. United .States
Senator Piles, of Washington, has
interested himself in the matter and
has officially presented the request
to the Secretary of the Treasury.
A  TICKET
For a chance in thia Drawing^ wil be given with each 50c purchase, and
and the Drawing will take place at 9, o'clock XMAS EVE, in our Store,
ia th % same way as last year, which prowed sc. satisfactory to aU concerned.
No employee or member ot his family will be allowed to participate in
this Drawing-.
Marshall. Smith <& Ck>., Ltd.
ANNIVERSARY   SERVLCES.   |HOK T.  G.REEN.WAY  DEAD.
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(Dn Sunday next anniversary ser-j, Hen. 'ffhos. Greenway, ex-Pre
vices will beheld in- the- Metbodist j mien of _4a_iitoba, 'andl recently
Church, ttadaer,. wtau. Rev.. T..| appointed at m .tuber of the board ol
��reem. B.A., B.B>��� ofi Tfiuieouwer, Railway commissioners, died on Fri-
will preach at both morning and | day mo. wag at 7:30 o'clock, after
evening setvices. Special! musia-ii. |al)l illness of about three weeks
being arranged.
The Ladies of the- Methodist
Church intend holding their anniversary supper,on Tuesday next in
in Oddfellows'" Hall, from six to
��ight p.m., which will be followed"
by a good musical and literary pro*
gramme.
H. N'. Rich is holding an auction
sale, to-day, at D. S.. Curtis' place
Hi the East End, of dairy stock,
ljprses, implements and, effects..
.Asthma, followed by jpaeutai. nia
and heart affection was the cause of
his death.
POLICE COURT.
.Senator Piles was . uccessiul in having the duty  removed  on imports
from Japan for a somewhat similar
occasion this year, and is confident
that he will be successful this time.
Manager Neely has also addressed the  Honorable  Sydney  Fisher,
Minister of Agriculture at  Ottawa,
j with thu r��_j_p<it  that  ie send of-
t ficials of his department  to act as
(judges at the national apple show.
Kelowna, Grand Forks and Kam-
j loops are among the districts which
were hrst to responl to the invitation to send exhibits, and others
have been steadily making entries
since. W. H. Cov.rt, of Grand
Forks, will have several exhibits,
and is confident th it he will carry
,back with him several prizes. Kelowna has appointed an agent to
collect frnit for display at the show.
A special prize of fiye acres of irrigated land has been offered ior
the best exhibit from tbe East
Kootenay district.
Among the towns from which
exhibits will come are: Nelson,
Vernon, Balcomo, Kelowna, Ew-
ing's Landing, Creston, Spences
Bridge, Vancouver, Ahbottslord,
Myncester.
Exhibits have begun to arrive in
such numbers that it has been necessary for Manager Neely to arrange for cold storage accommodations in this city which are furnished free of charge except in the carload contest, for which a nominal
fee is charged.
The national apple show will be
held in the state armory building at
Spokane, and an additional strttc-
rom a
view, the market was rather quiet.
Yet, as a matter ol lact, although
the supply was a trifle less than
usual from this cause, the business
was brisk and all the offerings were
cleared out by the close of the market. The small demand for beef
was th; chief item of interest to the
farmer, and, indeed, has a very important bearing on the cattle business in every part of the prcvince.
Until the past week it has been custom ;ty to In ing live cat'.1 - into the
province from the prairies fatUning
and butchering tliem in B. C, wilh
the result that the butcher could
depend on receiving a j.ood price
(or his meat. But during lhe past
year the Swift people have been
bttsv corralling the Alberta cattle,
erecting a million dollar packing
and cold storage plant at Edmonton,
where all lhe cattle thev can buy
from the prairie raisers are slaughtered and stored.    This plant start-; Dou
Following is ilu.' honor roll of
lie pupils in the various classes of
f.atlner public school for the month
of October:
DIVISION   I.
Fourth Class���Winnifred Hutcherson,    Mabel    Lanning,   Herbert
Wilkinson, Jessie   Mclnnis, Estelle
Brewster and Hazel Shirley equal.
j     ."-"enior Third���Eric Taylor, Thel-
,-ma Clark, Roy Anderson.
DIVISION    II.
Junior Third���Joe Martinich,Mil-
idred Brewster, Lucile Handford
j and Marjorie Clark equal, Cath-
1 arine Reagh and Annie Bown equal,
'. Earl Davis and Callum Clark equal.
I Second Reader, Senior���Wanda
'��� McCallan, .Stanley Clark, Cedrie
I Hilton.
I     Second    Reader,   Junior���Hilda
i Massey, Norman Lord, Nellie Ellis.
1     First Reader���Lawrence Latimer,
Ralph McDiarmid, .Susie Pinnick.
DIVISION   III.
Seconl Primer ��� Albert Olson,
Russell Ladner and Roland Lanning equal, .Stanley Smith, Albert
West and Clarinda Davis equal.
Firsl Primer���Viola Richardson.
: Russell Seed, Walter Williamson
and Eva Williamson equal, Ching
Lee.
Chart Class ��� Arthur Cosman.
las   McDiarmid,   Annie   Bus-
(same Protection.
eel operation-;  recently.and  the ob- sanich.
ject is now apparent.    Meat dress-:
ed and  shipped   from  cold storage;
and  packed  into refrigerator cars, |
can  be   brought   from   Edmonton
into this  province  at n n_t_n_��m-l
rate, while live cattle are of  necessity  costly  to  import, so that  the
Swift people are able to supply the |tlon vvas
retail dealers at the  coast with beef1 ��"   Friday evening last.    On   ac-
at a figure  absolutely impossible to co,,nt of the sl,m attendance ot  tbe
The annual meeting of the Delta
Farmers' Game Protective Associa-
held   in   the Town Hall.
the cattle importer. At the market, this week, the butcher was met
with the remark tbat their orders
had been filled direct from Alberta
and none would be required from
the local men.
The supply of beef was a good
average, bnt for tbe reasons already
mentioned tbe demand was small
and the price suffered a corresponding drop, the best price obtained for
hindquarters being sSc, with much
selling at 7c, and for forequarters
from 4c to 5c, a fall of a cent all
round, with probabilities of further
reductions if the importation continues and there is no reason to
doubt that it will. Mutton and
lamb were a fair supply, and all of-
i fered found a purchaser at quotations. Veal lemains about the
j same, a very small amount being
��� brought to market and the demand
I strong. Pork is in good demand
and all finds a ready sale.
Eggs are getting scarcer eacb
week and ihe demand is as strong
as ever.
membership, due principally to the
inclement weather aud the late
hour at which the meeting was
called, the meeting was adjourned
till Saturday afternoon, Nov. 14,
at _ o'clock.
Although the attendance was
small, those who took sufficient interest in the business to attend the
meeting, told of the great benefits
derived since the inauguration of
the above Association.
Amendments to tbe constitution
and by-laws and other matters of
importance to the district were to
have been taken up but were laid
over for a full attendance.
Likral Majority Growing
ture  five times as great,  making 1 high n:ark and  is  )ikely
On Thursday, the- 12th inst., tbe
members of All Saints- choir, under
the able leadership"ot E. T. Calvert,
will give another grand entertainment in the Town Hall, Ladner.
Those who took in the entertainment, last year, were so well {pleased with it that they will bejjsure to
'be present again this tjme.
Wm. BtwrilL of New Westminster, was up before Jbe Police .Magistrate on Wednesday last* on the
eh_rgeof obtaining money iv <!er
false pretences at* 1 was sent u]
trial.
Geo. Marten,, of New \Vestmin-
ster, was brought up, on Thursday
last, charged with trespassing on
A. Brown .. property* at Sunbury,
under the Delta Game Laws, and
was fined $2.50and ��9 costs..
On Satnuday last, two Indians
from   the   Chew.tssen
ple m
reservation, J apple
Chief Harry Joe  and  Pielle, were
each fined $3 foe being drunk,
Tbe election returns
as follows:
Lib.
P.E.I     3
Nova Scotia  12
New Brunswick...  11
The price basre.iched the; ()uebec  5I
--< and  is  likely to remain j 0nUrio  ' ,0
floor space in all of 75,000 square there_   The quantity this week was I        ""
leet. It is estimtied from as^ur-|tot by any means aU thatcouldj
ances already received that there 1 hav_ b_en Mld Butte_ remains;
will be nearly 50.000 sqnare feet of 1 steady%
apples on display.   Aside front the -     Fowl are  plentiful  although not!
fori exhibition of apples, there will be|qujte tQ  the same extem as last|
I demonstrations along  every line ot jweek>    Tbe  demalld  is beginning
I the apple industry, with displays ol to,sl]OW n e cffects of overseii:ng!
jail  improved  implements andma-land   was   consldeiably  weakened,
chinery in use by the successful or- jTne  .,rKe( in  consequence, took a
chardist.     LectH.es   also   will   be|sIjght dccline.   Chicken and  broil-
given  by  pomol gists  ot   interna- ers ;ire s,jn  strongly callel Ioi and
reputation,   the   purpose of rommand as high a  prjce as  ever.
These have not been overcrowded
to the same extent as the fowl and
at the present time are only a fair
supply and the price remains
steady. Ducks are becoming more
popular each week, but the supply
to date are
Con.
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lid.
Manitoba     2
Saskatchewan      8
Alberta     4
B.C     1
Total���Liberals,   133;
tives, 77; Independent, 2
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Conserva-
tiona!
the show being to educate the . eo
the  cultuie and  use of the
Keep the evening
t4th free.
of November
Billy Riddler returned home, yesterday, from the .Skeena, where he
has been engaged all summer in the
fishing business.
(Continued on  Second  Page.)
A local option convention haa
been called for November 25th, in
Oddfellows' Hall. Vancouver, to
take steps for tbe securing of the
option in every municipality. The
object of tbe convention is to form
a British Columbia Local Option
League, "which shall consist of the
entire adult population of the province, and to weld into a soird and
serviceable mass the temperance
unions and moral reform associ��>
lions now in existence." T.... DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER .., too*.
THE DELTA   TIMES.
PU .I.IPHKP   KYRRX TUESDAY.
Sub?c_uptjon, $LOQ per-year.
A1)V1\KT1_1. O   KA'i'KS.
���(Continued Ironi  First  Page.)
lis not large, and in consequence
ithe price is advancing steadily.
I. The apple market remains about,
��� the same as last week, tbere being
I a large supply of all kinds ou hand,
j both keeping apples and apples tor
', immediate us^. Ofthe former large
Spys.    The call,
Tasbion Stib.es*
Trucking and Drayiag.     Livery Work ofj
All Kinds Attended to Promptly-
All Kinds ox Firewood Always On Hand.
ItKnrpuratedr ISO*.
J. M. COLLINSON, Phone 20, wm, it.f.
Casual Adv.ilisement-, to txntf pej.line fot | Quantities.   Were
t^tt first insertion, tuid 5 cents per line  ior eacli     l
svibsei|ueut insertion.     The   number   ol   lines I however,    '6   Only    for    tllC    best   of
Beckoned by tbe apace occupied, i_ lines to tlie
BcS. j stock,   free  Irom  all   blemish,   for
Rates torCommerdalAdverti^-etitsc-n be   tb]e   u-e     tJlese   find    rea(]v    sa]e|
had on npphctstiuu at this office. \ '
Reading nonces io c_nt�� per Hue to. eacb in-; Potatoes remain at ��t_ with a very I
,eni0"' ��� limited   s.ale.    Vegetables  arc   nol \
Birth and Death notices, 50c, Marrin|;('. Jt.oo.
.,     ,     ..     ,.  ,   ,   ., ,, , 1 plentiful excepting carrots amltur.,
Any special nouce, the object ot which M to - r so
IVOfV'.te the pecuniary benefit of any individual I nips   which,    by    the   Sstck,   Sell    tit,
qr company, to be considered au advertisement , ���
..uichartjedaccordingly. sixty and filty cehts respectively     j Some Slices look well and wear  badly,, others look badly
All aiUverttseineajti chacecd foe, until ordered        ,.,,...,,.., .��� , ,.
out and paid for. Following Le the list ol quotations and wear well,
correspondence iuvit��d on matters oi public  prevailing at yesterday's market:
njerest.   _mnnmii|_uliou_ to editor must be uc- ,
epmpaiiiyd by name of writer, not. necessarily |       ]3Pf,f       liindoiinrter .        TO     to      8
fsjr, publication, but.ns evidence of good fillth.'       '''u        IslU-n |ll.i. ti.rs,      fi.     to
Cjoire-potldettce  iuhhi res.cll '.hi/', olfice by Thurs-
Any eveulng,
Shoes for Everybody
Gj��_.
R. Manley,
Manager.
Ours look well, feel well and wear well,,
We not ouly aim at  having  the latest styles, but honest
TUKSDAY.   NOVKMHE.J   3,   IQOS.
It is too  bod  that lion." Win.
Templetna-a should be defeated on
tit. Government's A?iati? policy
which has been largely controlled
l��y tlie Imperial Government*
I    Beef,    hindquarters,   7c
' per lb; forequarters, 4c to 5c.
'    Mutton, mc per lb.
Lamb, 12c per lb.
Veal, medium,   1 ic-to-r-2C-p_r lb; j
; large, Sc lo 9c.
j     Pork, Syjc to 9c per lb. '
Kggs, wholesale,  45c  per  doz; | It wont do any harm to start dealing here.
I retail, 50c. I
Butter, 35c to ,40c per. lb.
Fowls,  $7.00 to fS.oo per dcza
chickens,.55.00 to $6.00 p'.r doz.   ��� j
Broilers,,��4,.p $5 per.do:'.
Ducks, $g to $to-,a doz.
Potatoes, fie per ton. 1
goods as well.
We ltavc All Sizes and. Widths and can Fit Any
Foot. Accurately and for very Little Money.
JNO. REAGH;   LADNER, B_ C.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED.
CAPITAL PAID-UP,
RESERVE FUND.
$4,000^000
$3,900,000
$4,390.0XX
Total Assets Over Forty-Five Millions.
Accounts of Qut-of-Town Customers Given.
Attention.
BANK BY  MAIL.
Savings Departstv&aet.
.Accounts may be-operred with deposits of ONE D0LI.AF
and.  Upwards.      Interest paid.  Or credited,   ' u;
terly on   31st  March,, .501 b June,   \or"b
September,, 311st   Deeeinber.
K. D. SIMPSON. Manager, LADNER, B.  C
Apples, 75c to jfi-,a box.
Onions, $1.25 per sack.
Turnips, 50c per sack.
Carrots, 60c pet sack.
Repairiittj Neatly end Promptly Done.
New nuts, dates, figs, layer raisins, &c, to arnvs; ihis week���W.
H. Smith.
Comparing the  result of the re- ]
cent-elections vvitii that-of 1896, we|
a,re led  to  the conclusion that thn
great mass of scandals pa .craved by I
the Opposition, agaiast the Govern-j
rpent ware-entirely witbottt fouuda-J
tion.    The people nearest the seat |
of goyernment  who have tb# opportunity of knowing at  first hand
what we have  ;o take at-second!
hand, bave thrown in their,support
wji.U. the-Government to.such an j
ex-entas. to leave no doubt astoj    Smok.d   halibnt,   kippered  h
what credence, should  be given the \ ris'S.   ])i8by   chicks   anc1   coU
DELTA HOTEL
R. I*. McKenzie, Prop..
Newly Furnished Throughout,, and
l"'.rst-Class in Every Detail.
Rates on Application.
LADNER.
B.C.
the Delta
IWiis
! ���
B.   If.    WEARE
begs to announce that he re-opened
his  Mandolin   and  Violin C_n ���
iii  Waddell's Hall,   over   liiHor.'.'s
barber shop,   on    Thursday,   Seui*
iiTthv
For fvr.the.'  1 artdculars  applhr toi
above,.
���SB
Jas. Pearson was down town, to-,
day, for thc secant time after his
recent severe illness.
so-called scandals
fresh in each week���W. IT. Smith,
GAME PROTECTION.
Are Prepared to ... ..
Furnish All Kinda of
ROUQH   &   DRESSED   LUMBER
At LOWEST PRICE?. Also
Shingles,  Doors,. Sash and
House   Finish   of  All  Descriptions..
il, HENLKY
NI. W WKSTMINSTKR,    >\  B. C.
Muuu_i.c Uirers of1 all kinds o|>
Soda Water, Ginger
Ale and Summer
I Drinks.
X      Your patronage solicited
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Rev. T.  Green,   B.A-.   B.D.,   of
, Vancouver,   will    preach    in    St,
'Stephen's Church, East  Deltas on
Sunday next, at 3 o'clock p.m.
Never miss r.i good 11.:t_._; either
in business or pleasure, yon will
regret it if yon- do. All kinds ot
good things at the Tow Hall,
November 121U,
Dr. F. P. Smith, of Xew   West- j
minster, spent a few days here, last j
week, the guest of his brother, VV.
H,, with whom he did  some stunts!
after, tbe wily pheasant.
At the meeting ofthe Delta Fa:-
HJ3��s' Q.s.in��. Protective,Association,
on?Friday evening last, it��developed that certain malcontents have
stated that the., people in the villaf e,
have made the laws  for- their own
benefit.
If anyone wera so mean as to
express himself in that way and
then absent- himself from the meeting whicli was to amend those laws,
he should be branded as a traitor to
the district. Any man who tries to
pit the district- agr.inst the village
o,_<the village against tbe districtds-j
ai-traitor to bath village and district! I     Tlle series o[ lectures  announced
T  ��� ��� _     s    1       _, ���        r   1 for   this  week, to   be  'delivered  in
L,et us point out a tew things for-! ,      ��� ���,,.,,
the Town Hall, Ladner, by Miss
the. benefit of such an. one: FirstJ Mitrcutt; will, take place as an-
thBr. ml Ss were fonmsialed by a ��� ounced excepti'i- ihe one droi ped
gentleman residing quife a distant e last evening through the lecturer
from the village. Second, tl J having missed the boat
president and  secretary were   ap.i have a good time.
pointed because they  reside iri the	
village and w.re easy of, .access, aid, Whi!f making a hastv chll to
Third, we do'-nt believe it 1'OsTiljle'j CVstioe Pass, 0:1 Wednesday evon-
tp, find' two more indelatigablei >��!_ last, Dr. Woodtev ran into a
workers thathsjohn McKee and H.i P'l��l"ver whic*i  had  been
The   BEST  Waler   Tanks   Are
iWada af This Mill,
Monl
Day.
next   is   Haiiks.ivuTgl^  ^^  TAYLOR,
���       |G. SitLSON THORPE,
Don't   forget   the   Anniversary
Sendees in the .Metbo:iist  Church,
on Sunday, Sth 01   November, and.
the Anniversary Supper  oil 'T_.es-1
day  evenir.g,   Nov.  iDth,. in   Osld j
Fellows' Hall.
Veterinary Surgeons.
All   Calls   _.....
Promptly Attended to
Lost.
On the 2nd inst., a.lona Rulihei
Hoot   was   lo t, Irom   butr'iv  win'
driving on Trunk road near Goudy.
Come and] Finder please return to
THIS OF MCE.
Phone 35 Stainton Rlock
Ladner,  R.C.
Per S_��.   "FAVORITE'
Carrying: freight awl pas .e^ge-S-
to all points ber en New Westminster -nd West, am Island.
Leaves Br'aekman & Ker's wharf
daily at 3. p.m., except Saturdays at
2 p.m. Additional' trip on Mondays leaving at 5 a m
Returning leaves WestJiam Island 7 a.m. daily except Fridays at
6 a.m. Additional trip on Saturdays leaves Ladner at 5:30 p.m.
Calls at Siert-stou Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays only.
Rffanrtoim:, Strings, Etj.,
Supplied at City Prices-.
Acdferatfeeil Stock
Seeds
Trees
Plants
For the
Farm,, Garden,  Lawn  or
Conservator^
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAT.  I.AND  STTRVm'OK
Room 2, Iitliud nlock.New Westminster.
. The Launch J. C. BRUCE will1
leave Ladner for New Westminster
at 8 a.m.. on and after Tuesday,
Sept. Sth; returning leaves; New
Westminster at 5 p.m. each day,
carrying passengers only.
Tickets   "od until used, 011 either
S.S. Favorite or Launch Bruce.
J. C. BRUCE.
RcllTlU.
rices
Varieties   :
NTo   Borer?
Reasonable
!_n    Si  di
No fumigation to damage stock.
,N'n wind', agents to annoy you.
Buy direct aaid gst? Trees and Seeds
that Grow.
Fertilizers,. Bee Supplies, Spraj
Pumps, Spraying Material, Cut
Flowers, etc. Oldest established
nursery on   the mainland of   B_ C
Catalogue free.
N. J. HENRY'S Nurseries,
Greenhouses- nil J Aeedhouses
VANCOUVER,   -   B. C.
J. Hutcherson, tne president ar.m         ,   ,,    ,
j result that- his rig was- badly dam
secretary. ,   'aged and bin.:iclf thrown out.    The
It is sincerely  hoped-that tbere Doctor beinfe a  goed lacrossist and
wjill   be   a   ttrtl  attendance  of the.] used   to   hard   knocks  and.   high
np-mbership-at   the  next   meeting,  jumps, he managed to- find his feet
on Saturday. November   14th, at 2 alld es"Pe(1 femarka-bLy well.
p.m., so that-all may ex-press lleiri 	
views upon- whatever cbanges shall
hpmade.,
Satisfattioi.  is e-xpresSsed  on ali
sides  as  to-, the   benefits   ac.ri-iag
ffom tbe,inau,.i:-.iation of the A^so-,
cjation and much  ra.9re  would  ac?
due. it  all- would  lend' a   willing
hand) and   _*lp   the   gopd   work,
aJong.,
ACT,
elt 011
the road without lights,, with theI VOLUNTEER   IHU'NTV.
it) -8.
WARNING TO PURCHASERS.
XlMOTHy, & CLOVER SEE5DS
���Bracl��n_an-.Ker�� Milling Co.,
Ltd., Hi N; RICH, Ladner,
^.p.., Agent.
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights 4c.
Anyone sending a .lietfth end descrlptl.-m may
ciulclily aacertTila, our opinion froe whetlicr ai>
Invontlon IBprobaMy piiUintuble. Communtoa-
Uonaniriotlyconudoutliil. HANDBOOK on Patent*
Bent free. Oifloat fluency for. ecnrlng PatentB.
l'atcutfl taken tnrouch Munn A Co. receive
eptftol notice, TTTlthout charge, jn the
Scientific Emnm*
A fcati'Jsoniuiy QlaBtvated weekly. LarKQBt cir-
onJi.tion of any pxiont if li*. journal. Torratt for
Canada, $ ..75 a yedr, pijstuge prepaid. Sold by
R.i DeTTBdeaterB.
MUNN & Co.3618'0���'- New York
�� Branch Office, 6_1 F St.. Wa8h_n[fon. D. C.
pWERV a8_ignuienl of the right.!
of a ^outh A'rii an' Vo'unteer i
.ntitled to adand grant must  be by j
way of appointment 0! a substitute
and must be  in  the .form provided
by the Act.
Special attention���-_ called to Sltb-
| section 3,ol sSection 5 of the Volun-
1 leer Bounty Act, 190S, which  pro-
| vides  that   110  assignment   of   the
right ofa volunteer by the appointment of a substitute shall be accept-
ed or recognized by the Bepartment
of the Interior which is not jj.xe-
CUTKn    AND   I1AT1CIJ    AFTER    THE
DATE OF  TEJE WARRANT  .'OR THE
land grant issued by the Minister of Milititvand Defence iu favoi
if the Volunteer.
J. W. GREENWAY,
Commissioner of Dominion 1 ands,,
Ottawa.
28th September, 1008.
Onr Entire Stock <>."
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&.dies' and Chlldrens'
Ready-to-Wear Goods
and Fancy Goods
All New antl Up-to-Date Btock, to Clear at Coat and
Below%
THE WHITE HOUSE,
A. J. BIRTCH,       ��       NEW WESTMINSTER, B, C THE DELTA TIMY-. , T   E3DAV.
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CHL'RCH    NOTICES.
ALL SAINTS.
(Anglican.;
Holy Communion���ist  and   3r<' j
Sundays at .S:30 a.m.; 2nd   and 4th
Sundays at 11 a.m.
Matins, 11 o'clock.
Evensong, 7:30 o'clock.
Sunday .School at 10 a.m.
Friday evening, Liuiiy at t-j-���.
Rev. E. R. Harlleu, M. A... Vicai
CA'I l.i WC
Services first and third Sunday of
each month at 10:30 a.m.; Benediction, 7:30 '^.m.
.Sunday school at 3 p.m.
Low Mass and Holy Communion
first and third Mondays at 6 a.tn.
Rev. Father Wagner, O.M.I.,
Parish Priest.
METHODIST.
Services next Lord's Day at n
a. m.and 7:30 p.m.
Class meeting, after^t h._ morning
service every -Sunday.
Sabbath School at 2 p m every
Sunday. .Prayer meeting every
Thursday evening at 8.
Rev. T. E. Betts. pastor.
ST. ANDRKW S PRESBYTKRIAN
Services nekt Lord's Dnv at   11
! a.ni. ;ii'"i 7.3" p.m.
Sabbath School at 10 am Midweek meeting on Wednesday even-
ng at ; -3�� o'clock.
Rev.   f.  H.  White, M.A.
BAPTIST.
Sabbath services ��� Crescent Island, 3 p.m.; Ladner, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at 10:30 a. 111.
Prayer meeting on Thursday a
. p.m.
The S.S. Sonoma leaves Ladner
at 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.; returning, leaves Steveston at 9:30 a.in.
and 4:30 p.m.
When yon wish to buy visiting
cuds call on the Delta Times who
will sell the best money can buy.
If you need them printed, why you
are money in pocket by calling on
the Delta Times first.
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IT 18 VEHY EASILY AMD QUtOICLY APPUEO,
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18 FIRE, LIGHTNING AND RUST PROOF
AND COSTS VERY LITTLE.
CeUtMer Ils fino appearance ��� its
snlt-iuKtl enduring qualities- nils! slitfht
expense-and decisis) lo serve jour own
best interests by using it.
Fullest details of Information in our
catalog,
METALLIC ROOFING CO., limited.
Wholesale ManufaotMrers,
TORONTO, CANADA.
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C tss   TT  ;    lli.y   '.   .  i'    P.
ll,  I'i; !��� Ji !i,"  .aid  tii" lawvsr   ,
"olin de: inr b:i> ���! ii 'lu 8 nn I ���;e fur yon.'
' '.'ns. siih, ns y ii Ilu mu 1 gw iiiu lur cras-
pvTr."
"Have you made your will?"
"Yes, suit, i n.i,' will tiirgo."
* -T i-i--f.ii. * *  fj'i 1  tlii)  lawyer In  nn e_
plant!:st-y wny,   ' hate vmi  anything  tc |
;<_v..-'
' s.;., ji��., ....!.." e_i.latnod  tlui oui man I
Jov f 1.:.-.    "A ���-.'f . . ���.ltIo-l::au.aliii_l"--   i
Atlanta Ls'uiiKliim'i 1 I.
Ve.li- Mm'i I.Tills. ..olee.
Pro_*_sc Trntry I_ok used ta I. Ilnstorj
tt bow a Ylllo li ::���. :,'.-.��� ii !.:��� I:r'. !:".\.'i.-
tboul i 1 bo liUiita i-i Toxaa sir hurst) stealing nnd H.-ilcl:
"Hul Ion, gentleman I Do yon Know whe
y-ou uru hnni_t_'..J I am u grin tn_1_vo]
Yule uojlegn, ami here is my Olyln nn."
It bell'-; print :1 nn vellum iii I ivtin, DO
prni co,1I1I ri'itil It, and, tllllllilll^ lit mils, lie
an Important parsonage, thoy Kit hiiu g'
freo.��� liri'im !':"_���
How  WitKiici'  Wrote  II(h Oliernft.
Wagner uarrlod an opera in his nilutl foi
years l.eforo ho began to set it down on paper. Tho Work unco bt trim, however, il
was performed with ll^htnlngllko .peed
Evon when an old man liowrolu down tlie
score for one of his (unions optima with
eiieli rapidity that two trained innaim-
ensun were tmaUe to keep tip with him.
SSo absorbed in hi_ writing did Wagiiof
become that in ins oliirogrnphy were expressed tho dijifcrent emotions of tlie personages of the opera portrayed by thos)
passages.���Ladies' Home Journal.
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Founded 1802
Incorporated 1893
��� lie IleiiionNtrittcd.
"Mrs. Small," siiid tho lodger to hid
landlady, "1 thought you didn't allow
Smoking in the parlor?"
"1 don't," replied, Mrs. Small, with on-
erjy. "Who's doing it, I'd like to know."
"Well, if you have time, you might step
In und remonstrate with tlio lamp."���
Pick Me Up.
Tlie   llnrreil   Road.
"Thero is only one road to success ln
life," said the man who bud made bin
lucky and retired.
"And how shall I know the road?"
Inquired the budding young man.
"Well," replied the man with the
lucky, "yon go right along this pull:
of adversity nutII jou reach the lirst
turn to tlie right,"
"Yes, yes."
"And you'll lind a roud barred off
witb n gate and a sign that suys 'i\0
Trespassing.'    Well, that's 'it."
It  Depended.
.fudge (to witness)���You suy yon have
known the prisoner all your life?
Witness���Tes, your honor.
Judge���Now, in your opinion, do you
think be could be guilty of stealing
tbis money?
Witness���How much was it?
The   Snbnrbnn   Child.
They were suburbanites, and they sat
it breuktast, when a letter was banded to the mother, whicli sho read wmi
rapidly Increasing consternation. "How
unspeakably dreadful!" she exclaimed.
"Cecilia Rodney's entire family hus
been practically wiped out. Her niotU'
er bus died, nnd her fntlier, her brother and ber cousin, all lu the same
mouth.'
Ethel (four years old, who in hoi
brief career bus experienced all the
Joys nud woes of the suburbs)���Did the
cook die, too, mainma?���Harper's Mag
iizine.
Provides a Christian Home for Students of both
sexes at moderate rates. Has a preparatory elass for
junior students taking Public School work. Does High
School work and prepares for Provincial Teachers' Examinations, Teaches all branches of a Practical Business
Course and confers Diplomas. Imparts a Liberal Education in its Collegiate Course, and in the Ladies' Course
for M. E. L., and M. L. A. In Theology confers the
gree of B.D. In University work can take students thn
the complete Arts Course for the B.A. degree of Toron,
University, with which the College is in full affiliation. In
Science teaches the First year of Toronto School of Science, and has a Special Engineering Course adapted to
Practical Engineering work in this Province. In Music, a
complete course in theory, voice culture, and piano and
organ, in conjunction with the Toronto college of music.
Special instruction in art and elocution, while all students
are required to take physical training with all the privileges of a well equipped gymnasium.
A  Convenient   ConHelenee.
"I   don't  believe  he   b.is  uny  con
science at all."
"Oh, yes. be 1ms."
"Not much of a one."
"No; uot much of a one, of course.
In fact, it's of such trifling Importance
that when be beats some oue out of
$1,000 be can square things with it by
contributing $1.50 to charily. Still it'i
a conscience."
ilECnSHWKniHlQP
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.ver
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If you average the cost price of J-M Asbestos Roofing
the period of years it is in service, you will see  that "J-_!
cneaper to use than any other prepared rqofing.    Being made o?
Asbestoi,   an indestructible mineral, it is permanently dtaible,
and as it does not require any coating or painting, its first cost is
the only cost.   Easily applied by anyone.
Asbestoside is  an Asbestos Sheathing and is the moat economical, durable and easily applied siding known.
Ask for- snmBles and prices.
H. W. JOHNS-NftNVILLE CO.,
H
s
Good at a Bail Thing.
Bill���That mun is a horrible liar.
Jill-Ob, I don't kuow    I think he'l
very good at it
Didn't Try Both.
Chased by a dog. I climbed a tree.
My trousers are a sight to see!
1 am constrained, therefore, to writs,
"Tho bark was far worse than the bit*.
���University of Michigan Wrinkle.
The I-picnre.
"They sny the glass cuter has mnde ���
fortune
"Yes,  be
glass now.'
can afford to eat all ent
Successor to
QUONG LEE,
CHINESE    LAUNDRY
Having purchased the above business, I am prepared to do first-clas'
work of all kinds ot laundering.
For ten years successfully oper.iici1
a laundry in New York City.
Your Patronge Earnestly
Solicited.
T.ADNF.R
B.C
Behind   the  Timet.
"She has tho figure of a Venus."
"Is   she. then   so   unfashionable OS
that?"
Convenient.
He ate of all the patent foods
Nor aBked n single question
And drank-the patent medlclnei
To cure his Indigestion.
Faolnl   Art.
"Don't you think her face has an artificial tint?"
'Tint,   man'   It's a  solid color."
Now William Waldorf Astor is claiming
to bo an American citizen. This Is oiw
of tho unpleasant, results of tha war. W��
were perfectly contented to have William
ashamed of us,���Washington l out
The  Be
���autre
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tor
All Re Required.
"But I don't want to play in reper>
lory," said the rising actress.
"Oh, I don't care nbout that." the
manager auswered, "If you're willing
ta ulay  in  tights."
a flew TACK.
Gadzooks���What's become of Bluebloott,
who usod to bore everybody by talking
���bout his nnoostryr
Zounds���Oh, he pot married n year or so
���go. and now ho is boring everybody Iiy
talking about his pogterltj.'���Now Vurk
K*ibuut-
job   Printing.
L THE D;'LTA TIME?, TUESDAY. SO.^E.IBEl
IQOS.
"SB-!-66
LOCAJi NEW8.
IjOts of fun 3,t, th? Town Hall,
November lath.
Friends of W. Smillie; will regret
tp learn that he is. laid up.
Notice.
J. M. Rapt^ge.has leased W. E.
Qurtis' property, East Delta.
John Reagh was among the visitors to- the Terminal City, last
.yeek.
The adjourned meeting of the
Delta Farmers' (game Protective
Association, will be. held in thi
Town Hall, Ladner, on Saturday,
the 14th November, at a p.m.
All members,; ate;, earnestly requested to attend.
H. J. HUTCHERSON,
Secretary.
j     If yon care for music and   pretty;
j stage effects be at  tbe Town Hall, 1
! Ladner, oa Thursday, Nov.  1.2th,
I at S p.m.
7 p.c.
Nett
On Your Money
s p.C.
Nett
II.   N.   Rich;    retu_|_��.    home,.     Rt^not hath it that  a  new dairy
Wednesday, from a short, business  ls aboiit to-be operated  here in the
v^sit to Vancouver.
Harry Trim, o . Westhr.^a Island
tpok a trip into the In,terjor, last
-,\eek, in searcji of health.
W.-Hassay 1 returned; on F.iday
last, from thQ..Atijn district where
hje has beea engaged at mkiiag operations all summer.
near fyture by Messrs. Paulson &
Kenny, tw.p well-known young men
of this district, As a starter Martin
Paulson was. seen tpkii^g _tome a
"pure-bred grar}e Jersey cow,"-on
Saturday last.
Guaranteed' upon absplujte.y safe security���first
mortgages on substantial city properties &EVRK ajjji
Eight Per Cent. Cuarakteed^ free of aJJ chjiFg^s,
upon sums ranging ffom Five Hundred Dollars up.
White, Shiles <* <��.
New Wtestrsineljei., B.Ov
Agencies Represented-*- ^
Harttoril l-"ire Insurance Co. Insurance C, o( North America
WK_uix Iiismaiic. Co.. ol Ilroo^lyn    The Ocean Accident it Ounrantee Corpora-
Connecticut 1-irc Insurance Co. tion, Ltd., of London. Eng.
Imperial Trust Co., Ltd.  Vancouver. B.C.
n- r   i  11 1 i. 1 1 .   j u.,._
Found*.
TJ_^ Farmer,Boys intend giving
a, grapd ball, iu���, Oddfellows' Hall,
Ladn.r, on Thjorsday.^x^, when a
really,good time is assured.
A package of nails..    Apoly
- THIS OFFICE.
Lost.
5/i__-l'���-!"._-____=
We Ben Leave
To notify the people of ladaer aad suit*
sounding district that we we mow m a
position, to ofter Yancouyer Island:
Portland Cement
At greatly redjucedi pricey making1- it po**
Bib1.e for parties who contemplate building
to put in concrete foundations at about the
same cost as piling ox other inferior'
material.
Write for "Prices*
GILLEY BROS,
Friends of Mrs.   Jas.   Frew,  ol
Westham Island* will he pleased to
learn that sbe is improving 1
from her recent severe ii!a_s,s.
.-ly
Mr. and  Mrs. John   Weaver returned bome* Friday,, from a   visit
One new Blanket, between Lo
gan's .Store and J)ooley Farm, on
the Slough road. Finder will r.'-
ceivo .1 reward oa, returning same
to J. Roberts.
DELTA HOTEL.
Lost.
On  the   15th   ult.,   a   liver  aw'
.9 their son   Wirtiaip,. at Pentkton,  white Spaniel.    When last seen wa.-
^her;  Mr.  Weayer had   gone in
search of health,  and returns bon e,
somjadiat i<pproved.
A Thanksgiving service will  be
i^> nd ti e.�� d in St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church, on Sunday mornit g,
by the Rev, Mr. White. In tl e
eKening, Mn.. White will dt-live.
the-thjrd ot his series of'., monthly;
lqctvyjes. on ths Reformation. Sub
ject: ���'Martin Luther."������
following   two  sportsmen in   Pen
berton'. big fiej^, iiear  the house,
Canoe Pass.
Finder, \'Ut be.rewarded on leaving same-at
J. JORDAN'S' I.I VERY.
WMF; 3ep4. YOU*; n_pney? oufc, of tfe& cpnktry
using pastry flour imported frojnJS Washington
ancl Oregon, when for the same or less money
you can buy & uperlor flour,, made from Canadian wheat, b rnill^ in, your own Province.
bur WILD llOiA.d pasfciy flour is manufactured
from selected whit% winter wheat, and for delicious c^kes,, pies aiid biscuits has no equal.
Try ^ &%$&. an4. you will^ use��� no other.
Solci by W.. H. SMITH.
-4M.UFACT-.rKED   BY
VgRCOuvcr billing 8 Glrainr Co.* Ltd.,
VANCOUV-S?, M Q
NEW WESTMINSTER*.
B. C,
On Friday evening next, Dr. A.
Knight, V.-S., vol-1 address., the
numbers of the Delta Farmers'-Institute on thes.very interesting subject of "Dairying.''- On account of
the both halls beins? occupied on
this evening, the Institute will haye
to meet in the Council Chamber.
W. J. Lpary, of Skide^ate, G.I.<.
paid usva sjjort.visit, yesterday, and
r^ports^verythiiUg as prosperous in,
hjs line. He also staged that his,
vyife, Mrs.  Leary,   has almost  en.i
{SEALED TENDERS addressed
to the undersigned^, and endorsed, "Tendet.for Public. Building, Vernon. B.,C," will be received at this office uiitil 4:3,0 p.m. on
Friday, November. 20, 1-908, for the
construction of a PubUc Building at
Vernon.,
Plans and spetifscaljioa _an be
seen and forms, of tender obtained
at this department,, and on application to the Pofitmasteriat Vernon.
Persons tendering are notified
that tenders will nc,t be considered
unless made on- the printed form
supplied, and signed' witb their
actual signatures.
Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a
charteied bank, made payable lo
the order ot tliCt Honourable the
Minister.of Public Works, equal to
ten per, ccat;. (ioup.c.) of the amount o��< the tender, wjiicb; will  be
tirely  recovered   from   the   illness
fro m.,whicVbe w?s sufficing at tl e, forfeited if: thevpersou1 tinderkg de^
i_,me she left foi',.he north. j cline to enter into a contract when
! called upon to^-do so, or if he fail io
* * j complete the  work  contracted for.
T'_,._Auxil:arv of the W.M.S. of] [[ tbe te*),t!? * not accepted the
_s.  c    _.    ._  A,      1   t>   V t. 1.      cheque will be returned,.
St. Stephens,Church, East  Delta,      T|ie  D9partme,n.. does rot bind
announce a speciat meeting in  the; itself to accept, the lowest or, any
ohurch for Thursday evpning, thisJ tendler.
���tyeek, at 7:30 o'clock. The meet-,
:qg will be ad4ressed by.Mr. White. ]
A.n interesting t_Kisicat pro��ramr_}e|
has been- arranged.- Refreshrrients..
will be served. Admission free. I
All interested in the work of Mis-1
sions   ar?   aordiajjy. invited.    Re-.:
By, order*
NAP. TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works*
Ottawa. Oitoser 20, 190S.
Newspaper* will not be  paid for
this advertisement  if thev insert it
member St. Stephen's Qhutch, East-j wUhonl authority from the Depart-
Delta. I ment.
When You Requine
Lfurnitare^ CiTarpQts>. lanoletmh, ^_i}ilqw
grades qrv _&^y Article of Furigtuiie^ or
Household Furnishing8\ a visit to I_Igp}'S
STORE- v_ill convince youi that t^r4e) is. the
RIGHT PL^E m' B^M,
1
Visitors Welcome,
StLVERW/kRE*
Cut Glass*,
WatGheS and
A.1\ Kind* of JejwelleTi^ ,
N'ew- Stock.
Qall ��L��4i S ._��� Them,
M Clausen,
LAJ>N&R.. B. Q,.
DURABILITY
s Are
(jetting Shorter!
Is Your Lighting System in. good order ?
Now is the tixoe to oxsier your new fixtures.,
We are Agents foit the Largest Electric
House iQ. Vancouver aiid can do fyxr work
rl^ht and, at reasonable pricea
vVe Are mi the Market
Por>Mi Kinds of Produce..   Stee������ its before
going ftirther..
���m
Siow About a Gasoline Engine
For wood sawing,, chopping} pumping, &c.
FAJRBANK^MORBE)  EN'GINEa are  at
tiie head of the list.
is one of the many admirable qualities that v >u can. count 01 if you,
j   purclrase all your
Harne'tii- and
i Horse  Coeds
of us.     >'ir -<tock is, t,v r-. I t-; na��
,   t.rialsJi(��..,it!ie stv.T;   i;i.l   ���
���j   tion oi" each, article iK. _u{!
;   good.
I
B. C. Leather Co., Ltd.
112 Hastings Street,  Vancouver. B. C.
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