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5, No. 44.
LADNER, B. C, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1908.
aying Necessities"
It pays to use the very best salt yon can obtain
ior your Hay. WE HAVE IT, Ask for LIVERPOOL
.QARSE SALT.
Hsy Porks and Carriers, Blocks, Cable
��i_od
Everything Necessary for Making Hay.
Ottawa Letter.
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UmI
Be Martet
4��
FRUIT JARS.
1500 Dozen. * - 500 Dozen.
Pints, Quarts and Half Gallons.
Ottawa, June 26.���Olie of the] The Board of School Trustees! New Westminster, "J.iiy
features of the week wa.s the total [met in the Council Chamber OUiThe advantage of the addition to
collapse of the Hodgins' inquiry. I .Saturday last, July .(th, with Trus-! the market building was seen for
Some time ago Major Hodgins; an jtees Smith Wright (in the chair),-tbe first time yesterday, at tl*
engineer employed on the National j A. DeR. Taylor cud R. H. Ouaggan : weekly market. Rain again inter-
Transcontinental Railway, publish-j present,. ifered somewhat with the business
ed in certain coast newspapers very ; Minutes of previous meeting
serious charges in which he alleged ; were adopted as read.
that owing'to  im; toper elassifica-1    The following
of tbe  rings,   hut  the   attendance
was   large,   and  the  visitors from
connection  with tire
Vancouver in
tion the work
building the rail-
Jon motion, accepted: G. W. Clark,
resignations were, I rca, es[ate ^CUKion 1)ad anl OR)or.
tf r    /-m-_i_ ________i__________________i
road under his charge was costing jLadner. Miss (;riu.e K. RosS) Sun
the countrymilhons of dollars more j lmrv. Frederick   R    Mnj8) Bmn&,
than was right. These charges con- Lfy fiay. j, A  CairneS| Oalfside.
veyed the-impression that the con- j    The following appointments were
tractors'Were reaping a large sum of ] tileI1 lllu(]e:
I.adner���Miss   McXeil promoted;
money iin excess of what would be-
just, iu consequence of such improper classification. It was also
charged that representations bad
been made to the Cr.tn nissioners
��in charge of building the rail"
way and that no redress could be
secure*!.
Uiuity to see how a stock au.' .produce market should be rim.
The auction rings were well supplied and prices realized were fair.
Meat was as well  supplied  as at
recent markets.    The heef supply
was good and  found  a  readyT sale,
lo the PriHcipalShip-at a salary of|Qf mBtton md  Umb tfae same re.
Dry (Hols.
-___-_���M_WH_b
Sftmmer Vests, 'Hosiery, Necfcwear,
Ceilings, Belts. Sunshades,
Bathing Suits Stiti ttof>s.
Lakes' and  Childi*n--3 "PobtW-��r.
Hen's furnisliings.
Summer Underwear Work Shirts,
.   Stoves, Harvest gftio es.
Headquarters for "Working Men's
'Outfits.
High Grade American tend Canadian Shoes.
jf<Ko; Miss Clara Lord freih 3rd to
! 2nd Division, at $65; aiul Miss M.
j McLellan received the appointment
j to the 3rd Pivisi<,.i.
Sunbury���Miss Clement, oi Cum-
jberland, received tbe appointment.
The Conservative party promptly i    Qulfeide-J.  V.   MacBonald,   of
prized upon the incidents and made $auAun. appointed.
them the subject of attack in  the |    Bouudary   Bay���J.  A.  Cairnes,
^OHS** ! of Gulfside, appointed.
Sir WilfridT.aurier brought thei In opting the appointment to
matter to the^ttentiou of the chair- !the principalship of Ladnei school,
man of the Transcontinental Rail-! Miss McNeill thanked the Board
way Commission, who announced | tor the promotion and hoped that
that an immediate investigation%e ^oufti havethe support of the
should be made, and the I'remier j Bo���rJ u, a;d h?r .;u lier ,-w. 1)osi.
thereupon appointed a special com- ltjun
mittee to hear the charges of Majuri    ,,   wn:.  dpcitk(l|   m  motion,   to!
Hodgins. paint the inside of Sunbury-school,'
��� This committee sat for a number tUc   ()Utside   of   Crescei,t    Islaudi
of days. Major  Hodgins gave hi�� acho��l and th* Ladnar.'flrf escape.
evidence.    He was cross-examined, |    The Secretary was authorized to
and finally asked to retire from tbe ,suppl     snidl   cupboanl -   t0   holdi
^^^i^^^^^B^^^^BI^^B^^^^i-___B^^_____^^H__-________l __���__���
chools
mark applies, the call responding
to the offerings The quality of
the veal offered v.-as above the average, and held _:rm. The -Aematld
for pork is satislactory at old prices.
i.ggs continued to sell at 300a
dozen   wholesale,  <as   at   flie ��� lafct
I three  markets.     The supply was
I good and  all found a ready sale.
I Butter continues at 50c a pound
and shows no prospect of falling to
j the straight quarter. There was
again a good offering of ducks and
both live and dressed poultry. YJll
fowls sold at quotations.   The calll
East!
proceedings.     His  solicitor   with- jbUpplies for tUc {0nowulg
drew from the tase  and  it came to Bol.,lcl8ry    Bay,     Gulfside,
an iugtoriousend. \Be\t&,   Crescent   Island,   Su
Much political capital had beea and AnnieviHe.
made of thi?, but the scandal,'like1    A,-tCT   pussil.ii;   tbe   salaries   for
many others, would not stand  the jnly the Board adjourned  till  Sat-
test of close eNsimination, and faded ; urdaVi August ist, at a p.m.
when   confronted   with  the J
lor chickens was not ��� large ��� compared witl'.rrecent'markets. Broiler,
were an improvement 011 last week.
There was a good supply of both
old and new potatoes and those
who brought in old had some difficulty to-scll in view of tbe reasonable prices of-new varieties. Wit*.
j regard to rhubarb and cauliflower,
away
real facts.
1W1 Sto(& *f MdCALL IP^TTEB^S.    Jtsk  for Free
FASHION SHEET.
Marshall Smith & Co., Ltd.
UMM-MM
-BASEBALL 4.LUB.
-ANGLICAN.
CATS FOR   HAWAII.
Provision'for "H
People Of tbe^West will be particularly pleased with the' action of
the minister of lhe interior in making provision in tbe new land bill,
to provide for a sum sufficient to
build tbe -Hudson Bay Railroad
}4rom-Le Pas on thc Saskatchewan
i'f-iver to Fort Churchill on Hudson
Bay. a distance of 500 miles. This
railway car, it is estimated, be
built for $15,000,000. Under the
terms ofthe bill there are-__S,ooo,-
000 acres of land available. One
half ot this will be held for homestead and the other half ior preemption at 53 per acre.
If the road costs $15,000,000 to
1 build, 5,000,000 acres at $3 wi!l
j provide tlie monej' to build it. Mr.
; Oliver was directing his observations to the point that there was
. provision in the bill to raise new
��� revenue stiff,cient to build the  rail-
B.Road.    Cities at 'Westminster
The Kilties1 Band, tbe world-
renowned Scottish concert band,
now on a tour of the world, will be
seen on Oueen's Park oval, New-
Westminster, both afternoon and
evening, Friday, July io.
This organizat ion, which holds u
world-wide reputation, will leave
Vancouver this month en route to
Australia, Soutli Africa and the
Orient, and it is undoubtedly Uie
largest aggregation of artists ever
launched on such a journey, and is
(the supply wa;; -'good and young
ury j cabbages for transplanting easily
sold.    Lettuce is alsc coming iu.
The call for fruitxontinues brisk.
Strawberries were in demand at $2
a crate. Cherries had a large offering, and currants, of various
coIots, came in largely. Gooseberries show a fall of ��. cent per
pound.
The following Kref the. prices that
ruled (.hiring the day:
Beef, hindquarters, gc to i��e
per lb; 'orequarters, 6c to 6^c.
Mutton,! !2c to' 13c .per.-lb.
Lamb, 14c to 15c pefl'ib.
Veal, small, 1 ioc ������ to ��� nc ���pel' lb;
large, 9c to ice.
Pork, _5r to 9c per ilb.
Eggs, 'wholesale, 330c :f*r :doz;
retail, 35c.
Butter, -;.ocper ;lb.
Fowls, $6,50 to-j-S.-oo-per dot;
chickens,, $6 to $j per doz.
Broilers, ��4 to $5.50 per dozen.
Ducks,   young,   $6   to -$7.50 <a
especially augumeuted bv  the Clan
Johnstone     tronp,     tbe     world s',.^
greatest  dancers  and   pipers, who,      PolatoeS) old) $20 per ton;
on several occasions, bave appeared *2 per sack
V...        *r-.r_.1 r^n .t . 11- i��-*#-l Koi. .ra      '  T-T-lr ��� _l_^_________l
veer.
The -nanbCts 'tff 'the 'Baseball
Club turned 6\it,  Ptftlay evening
last, full strength, -and enjoyed <a I o'clock on^unfiay neact
^very good pWiitice watch. This
club'coiltains'the makings ot a very
good team. Otoe 'Wf the principal
'things they lack'is 'discipline. An
umpire is needdd'who is thoroughly 6cquaintei4 with *the game and
���Who will ert-Bine *llifowls, and- enforce obediftace to the rues,   Am-
ATternoOn service wiU beheld*
Boundary Bay school h#ase, at 3jits Boat
Establish a'-cattery, >whep
_     * . road when tbe time came, and that^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
that point would   be   taken   itttol b��V P��P�� of the world, am
The Territory ofHav-'ali, through j t.onsjderation if> at any time it was
Of'Health,  m^   shortly | necesj��ry  to pSfSge the c<rantrv*s
credit  to  raise   funds to build the
railroad.
Good News for the West.
������n? the more distinguished  heavy-!    The prize list for Victorians forty
heights are M*rtiul3heedy, a b*K_jeighth-annual provincial exhibit!0
shortly
^^^^^^^^^^^ elines ot
Daring the Camping season there Idoiuhtv   areutage will   e"bred and
Wi-1 be the'tosfaal mOTBinJ ���'*rv'ice';-raised w:th a view to becoming  6f-
in All S-Aio-siChttrd!. Ladner  T!i��,g..al tM^mun  m  lhe   board.;    Tte "determination of ihe Gov
evening services will be held  ^ ,o,k ^   ^  ^        ^ ,t.!crnment   U)   encHUa,e   in   son.e
SS^^SlS^ *^- -�����mlhe *"**�����* ���
_    _  . I w'jo have proved the n - . > '-s good
t'-'s will be    hicJd   theie,   w   le
���hitter,   and   Martin
'short distawet runner.
Paulson   the
If some ^f
isij ust to hand.    It-is well  gotten]
no and full to the brim of excellent
^^^^^^^^^^^���   ... upon
" fl.-t.
���the HghtervWeiglts were  to take*|prizes for nearlycverytktn<. im i.t'
'few pointersi.fnWn Paulson it wouM j able.    It 4l*o contains tlv. prfee  -,st
inot bc so necessary for them to tell for lour days' bars? races, which i,s
'flown between bases in an endeavor always a strong drawing card an"
!to reach their base by using their i- sure to gathir in a hr-c  attend
extreme length. ance.
their pr getfv  vi    be 'ai.ed   with n
ta-te  tor  rats   and   finally
loi-f t'lrotr'hou' the   city
tlie carriers of the
Oil.
Mer
rail st- , Cattie
:,his Mitoinobi!.*.
own.
New
vest-ir 1
Wt
Bay Railway, wi.i be  hailed with
dig t       the w.-st.    Whether   the
Government bui is the road or as-
:lo so, is not
in the West,
Government
are  '.avorablv  inclined  to the  ini-
1
I mediate   constructirr.':   of tbe road
will  i��e   received with delight  by
>st- the people who have suffered much
!    (Continued  on  Second I'<ve>.~.
fsists some cempmy to
turned 0f <;Upreme iojportar.ci
to  prey km the feci   thai   the
bliboi'ic!
by roya'l command before ' 111!
Majesty King Edward VII. and
the late Queen Victoria; the celebrated   male choir;  the  champion]
tbe two SACKS
giant drum majors, each over seven
feet tall.
Thc management feel that tbis is
easily oue ot the most notable band
engagements ever offered the public, and have consequently ma4e
arrangements for the Park where
the crowd could best be accommodated and where the programme
can be rendered to  best advantage.
The Kilties-will parade shortly
after their arrival in Xew Westminster.
Strawberries, per crate,-$��;00.
Gooseberries, 6c to-^o-peil !b.
and    SACK   'TWSMl.,
Bran, .Shorts, Corn and all kinds
of Feed.
Brackman-Ker   Milling  Co.,  Ltd.,
H. N. RICH, Agent,
1 Ladner, B..C
Mrs. F". Sutherby returned home,
on Tnesday last, from a visit tc
friends at Otter, hik! ic much improved i.i heal ii). On h tr "return,
Mrs. Sutherby was accompar.ied by'
Mrs  Robt. Hill of Otter.
We want YOUR eggs. Taken
the year round you will make from
5  to ro per cent,   bringing  them
Mr. and Mrs, >E. Cameron, fof
New Westminster, spent Sunday
here theguests of Mr. and Mts. T
here. To-morrow we pay 32 centsHv. Foster. When they returned
per dczen tor voor Eggs. N.B.���- in the evening, thev were accom-
Only strictly fresh eggs wanted��� panied by Mrs. Poster wlto 1dtt.IW*-
M-ir.'jl'-ill Smith & Co... Ltd. ..terday  on a visit to SetUAl* THT5. r>ETTA TTMFS. TUESDAY, JULY
rgoS.
THE DELTA TIMES.
P����USnEI>   EVERY TUKSBAY.
Sumc&ikioh, $1.00 por yew.
A.DVKRTISIO R \TRb .1
Cu ual A4*tttlaaucau, 10 ceoU per Use foi
-bcantlH.Ttlon.HBdSGenuper line lor e��ch
���BbMqirat IntertiOB. The number ol lines
Mckoa.fl by Ue n��ct occupied, iillaeito tke
���ch.
Rate* lor Commerd��1 Advntliementi cm be
ka4 ea tpplicaUm ��t thla oKce.
*��dl��I notice* is cent* per tine for eacb In-
MlttM.
Birth and Death notice*, Joe., Marrla|��$i.*o.
Kmj apeclal notice, the object ol which in to
���romete the pecuniary brnelit of any tn itivldu.l
��r company, to tw rontldered _n aavertlaement
jl. charted accordingly.
All t4TCftlata.au charged for uatil ordered
���at xnd paid for.
Correapondence turlted on matter* ol public
kleraat. Communications to editor muat he ac-
emnpanled by name of writer, not necessarily
tor publicatioa, but as evidence of good faith.
Carreiipoadeace matt reach tkia office by T hursts? evening.
London Press tpiniois 'ffgg^fi StableS'
Gko. R. Manlky,
Manager.
Tuesday. JUI.T 7, 1908.
The rain storm, last week, laid
low quite a large acreage of grain.
S .me have cut their thistles, but
Utere are others. Have tbey special
licenses ?
Don't forget the meeting in the
Town Hall, on Saturday evening
next, wben the Water Question
will be discussed.
Haying operations will commence
ln earnest, this week, if the present
weather conditions continue, and
the crop bids fair to be very good.
Complaint haa been made about
tlie amount ot damage being done
to the Ladner school property by a
horse being placed there occasionally at night. The Trustees wish
it to be distinctly understood that
this will have to be stopped or the
owner will be sued for damages.
Work on Canoe Pass bridge is
expected to commence soon, and
will be done by day labor.
The Trader, on her trip trom
Victoria, discharged 50,000 sacks
this morning for Marshall Smith &
Qo., Ltd.
A ladies' jacket was found, on
the Trunk road, Monday, July 6.
Owner may have same on proving
property and paying for this notice.
���T. PINNICK, Slough road.
Friends ot Mrs. Adam Read will
regret to learn that she is laid np
ia Vancouver Hospital as the result
of an accident which occurred on
Saturday last. While boarding a
car ahe was knocked off and received a bad cut on the back of her
head. Nothing of a serious nature Is anticipated.
London Pelican���"Tbe 'Kilties'
have come, bave been seen and
heard, and judging bv the applause
which welcomed them at the Albert Hall, have conquered."
The Referee���"It is a fine band,
full-toned and well balanced."
The Times���"It may be said at
once that tbe 'Kilties' had no difficulty in rousing great enthusiasm."
The Chronicle ��� "The 'Kilties'
are very refreshing in a London
tbat still groans under the rhythmic
tyranny of tbe Cake Walk."
The Daily Mail���"The performance was an undoubted success.
Encores were continually demanded and generously granted."
Morning Leader ��� "The entertainment, which was greeted with
enthusiasm from first to last, was
varied by fine choral singing and
good dancing."
Daily Telegraph���"Applause of
an enthusiastic nature was the rule
throughout the evening and the
'Kilties'- won many admirers."
Morning Post ��� "The body of
tone is excellent, and the quality of
the wool wind is especially round,
the usual harshness ot reeds of a
military band being entirely absent."
The "Kilties" with their tamotis
Dancers, Pipers and Singers will
give two grand concerts at Queen's
Park, New Westminster, on Market
Day, Friday, July 10th. Big parade in the aiternoon.
Reserve Grand Stand Seats at
Ryall's Drug Store.
(Continued from First Page.)
in the past owing to inadequate
transportation facilities. The fact
that a new source ot revenue has
been arranged sufficient to build
the road, without being an extra
charge upon the country, is of it-
selt a most encouraging circumstance.
Criticism Brings a Retort.
Mr. Foster often makes criticisms
which provoke retort from the government side that makes his argument foolish and inconsistent. This
was demonstrated on Tuesday last
when.he objected to the legal agent
of the government at Halifax employing outside counsel. IJ. M.
MacDonald, of Pictou, reminded
the House that under the late Conservative government, R. L. Borden was the legal agent, and that
instead of employing outside coun
sel when work had to be done
away from Halifax, he sent a junior
member oi bis firm from Halifax
whose expenses had to be paid by
the government. Mr. MacDonald
also proved that when Mr. Borden
was legal agent the government
was put to much greater expense
than that incurred under the pres
ent system.
feseM Male il.
A very exciting contest is scheduled for next Saturday evening between the Guichon and Ladner
teams. Tbere bas been considerable difference of opinion as to the
respective merits of these two strong
aggregations and it was finally decided to settle the same by a series j
af games during which, according
to the Ladner rooters, tbe coat of
whitewash that they will aoply to
heavy hitters from Guichon will be
the kind tbat wont come off until
the fall rains. But tbe heavy swatters from the Ocean Dock bave an
entirely different opinion of what
the mult will be.
The game will start at 6:30 p m
aad will be finished by moonlight
if necessary. Admission to Park
Gentlemen, 10c; ladies free.
The S.S. Sonoma leaves Ladner
at 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.; return
ing, leaves Steveston  at 9:30 a.m
and 4:30 p.m.
60  VCAItr
EXPCRICNCC
Tram Manas
Designs
Oopvrmhts Ac
Anyone ���andtaa ��� akateb aad ��____lMlon wm
quickly aaeorttm our opinion tn. vhacher aa
1 .ronit a M probably **tan_��_bL_Cnoiiiiool-a.
tin uwrt-Uycc-iMOTihLaXMBCnnooPaMBU
aeui frea. Oklwt uency for Mcuripcpatanta.
SctoifflicHiiiertcatt.
--     -  Ulaatnt--.weakly.  Lar_eet<u.
y adanUlla Journal.   Term* for
ytwr.poataaa peapald.   Sold by
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL  LANIj SURVEYOR
Room J, Hilar(1 Block, Nrw WeUSfeuUr.
Truckiner and Draying.    Livery Work of
All'. Kinds Attended to Promptly.
All Kinds ox Firewood Always On Hand.
J. M. COLLINSON, Phone M. IftPNEB, IX.
SUPPLIES
Of ALL KINDS may be had here.
First  Come,   First  Served.
The Celebrated Begistere! Slaudard-hrcd Stallion
" Philo Stone "
(37357), Bee. 2.21^.
Sire-ALEXES, 2.ia      Dam-LUCa^L_E, 2.23^
Foaled, 1900.   Bark bay, 16 hands 1 inch.
NOON. NIGHT.
Monday, & Morrow's. Farm; Dr. Wilsou's Farm.
Tuesday, Gilchrist's       '" ; R. E  Kittson's   u
Wednesday, R. McKeeV* : K. J. Coultbard's w
Thursday,"l. Johnston's " ; Ixmey ��tos.1        u   Elgin.
Friday, T. Highland's    " ; Sullivan Bro's.     f
Saturday, & Huffs        " j G, B. Ewbree'*, tjH Monday
K. A. S. Scholefleld, Esq., ��eorge Brown,
Victoria, Owner. Stwd Oroom
JNO. REACH,   LADNER, B. C.
the Delta Saw mills
Are Prepared to ... .���
Furnish All Kinds of
:��,
ROUGH   &   DRESSED   LUMBER
At LOWEST PRICES. Also
Shingles, Doors, Sash and v*
House  Finish  of All  Descriptions.
*v
The  BEST Water   Tanks   Are
Made at This Mill*
QUEEN'S   pARK,
NEW WESTMINSTER*    -   B. C.
Priday afternoon antl Evening, July 10
The Kilties Band
The Pride of Canada.
SPFOTAL FEATURES.
The Champion Boy Piper of the World.
The Clan Johnstone Troupe of National Dancers,
Pipers, Etc.
Vocal Choir of 20 Voices.
Two Giant Drum Majors, Each Over 7 Feet Tall1  A11  ^alls	
Promptly Attended te
tBun-poriUd 18��.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZES, - i$4,OQO;00&
CAPITAL PAID-UP,        - - $3,900,000
RESERVE FUND, - - $4,390,000
Total Assets Over Forty-Five Millions.
Accounts ef Out-of-Town Customers Given .SpeaaS
Attention.
BANK BY MAIL.
Savings Department
Accounts may be opened wkh depesits of ��NE DOLL AH
and  Upwards.     Interest paid,  or credited,  ^bar-
tetfly oa  $ist  March, 30th June, 30th
September, 31st 'December.
K. D. SIMPSON. Manages, LADNER, B. C
Burnss co-.ui-.KiA
mc 11 em ut
(Westminster Branchy
IHme Table .
s-       I-   ���- I
Car* Wevt JVestminter Ier Vancouver*. 5.30 ;
und (1...n a.m. an.1 .iaiij.y thereafter   until 11 p. i
in.; Satur-ays -antl'Su .days at 11 p.m. j
Cars leave Viinrouvet for \Vestmiiis_ers at i.Je
and 6.50 a. m. and honrly thereimer Mntil 10 p.
m.; Saturdays and Sunday* at ti "p.in. j
FREIGHT 'CARS.
We run fir*t-<_��9_ '(Veiftht cars 'betwem Wrtt-
miiiHter and Vancouver rind all shipments arc
handled with -he utmost eare and delivered to
consignee -without delay ��� Special attention paid
to fruit shipments. Oui wagons meet all boats
and traius.   I'or rates, etc. apply to
SID GRKOORY, J. MCQ.TARRIK,
Traffic Mgr. L->c*l M*r.
Westmiuster.B.C.
^_M8-.i-M^-N#^-V4_t*^->*-_*i^^*^9<AH&*-_MJ&^k^^^B.____ka^M_____
I IM��� IfIRS
 .���������_���--,....  ����������,-���        1 ...   i,   ������.���-*
J, HENLEY
N_JW WESTMINSTER,   :-: B. C.
Manufacturers of all kind* of
Soda Water, Ginger
Ate and -Bummer
Drinks.
Your patronage soWcited     , ,
���*}..��._>���<-$ sag, t-> ,��..-fr^.. + ���9
NEW YORK
CLIPPER
i��the-Mt-CATtarr
THEATRICAL I SHOW PAPER
IN THI WORLD.
$4.00 fw Year.   Single Cojj, .0 CH.
isstrm. "WeeklT.
Sample Copy Fmi.
FRANK QUEEN PUR. CO. (IM),
ALBERT J. BO BIB,    . _ FPBLI8HER8,
��iun.       *i w. 88th St.. nmt Yeem.
n ml mm,
6. KELSON THORPE,
Veterinary Surgeons.
Two Parades���Afternoon ancl Evening
Presenting of Address by MAYOR KEARY.
i,
Admission to Park, 60c.
Rieserve Grand Stand Seats at Ryall's, 50c
Phone ss Stainton Btock
Ii��dn��r. B.C.
Park llhimioatcd for Evening Concert
Come One, Come All!
For SpriiM) Ckan-Up.
F*re amd Vigorous Iflooi will keep
you in good health.
WA-HOO herbs
will give you
Good and Pure Blood.
"Send 50c fa- trial $ttao 'piroUge
(two months' treatment).
Agent Wanted.
Wa-Hoo Remedy Co.,
Acclimatized Start.
Seeds
Trees
Plants
-For Out
Farnv, Oarien, Lawn or
Conservatory.
Reliable Varieties at -Reasonabl-
Prices. No Borers. No Scale.
No fumigation *t> damage stock.
No windy agctits 'to tffetoy vots.
"Buy direct and gtt Tl*es aad Seeds
'that OtoH.
Fertilizers, Bee Sappfie.., Sprav
Pumps, Spraying Material, Cat
Flowers, etc. Oldest established
nursery on the naiulaud oi B. C.
Catalogue fteo.
B. J. HENRY'S Nurseries,
Qreenhoases and 5eedhMse_
VA8C0UVE&,  -  B. C.
Mandolin f
Having 'beea requested to *art t
v Mandolin Class,   am now  prepared to fi�� *o.   *?m terms, <ic.,
apply
a. m. weare,
Care of Mr. ]. W, Lankinc
Mandolin*, String*, Etfi+
Supplied at City P-rioae. THE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1908.
POPULAR SCIENCE.
T .* renon revolve* from ono polat In
tl,.. heavens to tho nuiii* point l.i 37day* 7
|.i,iirti Hiid I'i minutes.
,\ tr.itn'of jrun cotton'th rtl, wmilHstr ot��b '
li.ij niilu*��ould lie tired lo two inlnutun, so
n.:,iil Is the 'transmission -et -UtoMUon
(ruin miu part'to'anpther.
A duiuriuliMtloa of 1'rofeiFor Baraard
witli li uhlok tclrsco|)��_p) .cos thodlamnter
,,f S(.],li:ro��.-S>.,.!l0n inl1c_~-fr(jiB 8,000 to
���I; i in.ind lew. Uic;n issuwuiluiiuostuxt
b'nnks.
i,r,i light Is not the 1 e-Wett'kind Tlslblt
���I, . ; ye. When a hotly Is lientediup, lt
.m.i. Hrst a 'gray" glow and theam tei
��� i v. IIi"t liUimuar finds that IttWctV {
1 >, t ij poreelvod by tlio "rod''' fam* tion
u, tIt-* rod light liytli��'*4iinnoh>farmsUi��
Ir th* iihrTi'���< btniittfr* of th�� ers.
(MEALS BY WHOLESALE.
,l!tieimlve Kltahea Arraa��eas��Bta .d
tha Modern Hotel.
The .kitchen   arrangement*   et the
sjio'inm hotel are on the first basement
floor.   There 1* a cMf. 'but ��u far aa I
ould eve he does not'cook.   lie ls alin-
;ily a captaiu of the aeveuty-ttve other
loolca, who  work  lu  three reluys ei
..'tfuty-flTis each.    Tfcere J* ue range,
i iwt a solid bank ef broilers���lamiense
gridiron*, heneatk whloh are 'the tires
', li.it never die.   Aa tor 'the 400 loaves
of bread and SiOOO rolle "required daily,
the chef uoea uot worry -his mind over
I 4ke   patent  cutters   aad -ailaer*  antl
���rem and staff of bakers needed to
supply the simple Iteui 6f -bread or ttm-
_>ru  hlm��elf wttb the quality -#f Hae
.,100 pounds of butter that eeemmwm
day -required to go with ��tt.
1 must not target tlie item mt eggs,
eighteen thousand are .required eeecf
ivnty four hours.   Rolled eggs do ndt
jet overdone. Tbey are boiled by clockwork.   .*. perforated dipper containing
tue eggs drops dowu Into the watCt.
lie dipper'* uhMwrnk tia aet *�� the
..cOs-kJ, snd when thatiftaal aeoond has
. _i>lred 1he little dlppcv jumps up out
the water, and ��ih> eggs at* ready
delivery.   Than are men who do
lilng else but All and watch  aa&
,.:y   these -dancing -dipper*, and 'It
ned to me great fan.
���n another part of thla floor Is ths
ii washing,  where great galva.ulzeg
ikets lower the .pieces lutttr various
mlutlons of potash ttittl clean rinsing
rater,   all   so   burning   hot tbat  ths
Jlshea dry .instimtly iwlthout wiping.
.Uty-tlvo   tlinustuii- 'pieces  df ��� china-
fare sre cleansed ln a day and an al-
moit  equal -rfmmttty =��fl *tt*er.    -AH
j told, tbere nre 309 -.M-iployee* In tlw
: i-11 .ken department! of ttfie <buge lt?-
< ing ni ichlne.-Albeif Btgeft) w rains -ts
I World* Work.
OM Cuius rrom Old Vluta.
The ���snitit linuse'' in Huston existed
iliout thirty-four yenrs. All the uolui
sailed I'runi It I. ire the date* 1(1. >_ or
lllfli!, ihe same Cics being used proba-
���ly throughout the thirty .four-years o(
roiiui; o. Some coins bail been made
iu Bermuda tor the use of the Virginia
colony us warty as I04A Copper coins
bearing tbe ilKUre of tin -elephant were
struck lu England for the Carolina*
and New Ghigluud iu ltilii. Cuius wen:
also struck for Maryland bearing the
effigy of l.ort Halliuiore. -A mint wa.
eataibIhUieU ila Itupiwt. Vt.,-by leglslu-
tlve authority iu 1785, whence copper
cent* were Issued, bearing on ope side
a plow and a sua rising from behind
bills nnd on the other a radiated eye
surrounded by thirteen stars.
������ i ��� ���
Pea 'Picture of a llruutlful Hs_.se.
A pon pietuivdf a ben-itlM burse is
to be fouud In oue df Sewoll Ford's
stories hi "Horses Nlue." Here It ls:
tn tbe stalls at'OrayOaUs stables werc
uiany good hunters, but Mine belter
than I'asbe. Cream white he was,
from tbe tip df bis splendid yard long
tull to bis pink lipped uw/.zle. Wlis .hat
wus ns silk plush, hi. 'iie-fc .aa supple
as a swim'*, uud o*t Of his Dig, bright
eyes'-tbere looked such intelligence thnt
one tmlf expected bim to speak. Ills
Hues wore all long, gruo.t'ul curves,
aud when he danced daintily on his
���leuddt legs -one could aee the .-muscles
Sex under tbe delicate sfcla.
81JCK  Ta-HER IPCS
MULCS FRQ'A   UARK   M'.NES.
4f
'o'
I- . .It'
An 'i*.y Job.
"'. u ndvrstnnd jstKMvnut tmeigi w kousa-
.tar'.l."
' Tlint must be aMlMakei   4'do4ill��iy
Sown ��ork."
i    "Too had.   It would be Just the sort et
;-��lac�� that-I'd like."��� Hei tan'Walt.
Xbaentwln-ted.
"RS-her absuutniliidcd. Isn't lirif*       :
"lfixtremely se.   -VlVs-the other ntgbt I
whan be .got 41dne die 'knew tliere wns
something tie w.inte(l  to do.  but  he
couldn't remember lWbat It ffm uutil,
be bud sat up over an boar trylug to
tblnk."
"Aud^aiBVlielfiiuitls-wjiiieiBberHtr ���
"Vtss: lie -Uncovered that he wanted
togoto-'bed eariy!"
A Uaeky CaU.
"tyimi'tunluil toillng.'you'wm.." snid,
young 1>t. Traiikly. "that yoa Just
called me-ln at the rigltttluie." (!
"Uonlly!"   eiclnlnipd   tho   convalca-;j
cent "1 wssiiu-wo bud'as that, waa IT*
"Bad! My-dear air, -you wero good.
I was down to uiy <last-coat aud needed
the nionny!"
.,        ss.s . ISS
Th�� VraTaler^'Hsas-Tr'^tnawor.
Mrs. Z.���Listen. Oeenje. Whe baby Is
saying "Oo-goo-jR-bo-oo-BS'.'' What
does'lt rSmlrrdyou oM
Mr. ���%.-iiH'ttf! 4t<*ni!ndft 'aao ;ot ��
btaktuuttu culling out st>��tloua.
Taken at If la Worl.
Ra (after marrlagei���What! Too
bave no fortune? Yoa iMld over aad
over again that you were afraid some
oue would marry yoa lor yoar money.
She -Ves; uud you said'OTfr-aud o��*r
upaln tlait yon "would "be-happy with'
uie if 1 hadn't a cent   -Well, 1 haven't
a ccuC
__j j! niJ.JJj-'a:
 .i.^J!. Lt
CaUX\BlAN COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER, RC.
bounded 1892 TtoorporaSfced 1*89^
Pr-wdfles a 'ttflrtettaii- Home *X  Studeats of bothj
sexes at moderate   rates,   Maa a   preparatory   class   for,
ifunior students taking Publk School work.     Does High
School ���>de *nd ipr-jpwes far <Pwvinrial Teachers' "Exam-
teations,     Teaches  all  brashes  & a  -ftwJtteal Bigness
Course anE conif-tts Diplomas.     Imparts a Liberal Education in its  Collegiate Course, an3 in the Ladies' Course
for m. E. *L.,and W. L. A.    tm Theology confers ^he -degree of B.D.   In University work can^take students through
the complete Arts Course for the  RA. degree of Toronto
University, >wkh which the College �� in foil ����J*��">; cItt
Science leaohes the First Year of Toronto School of Set-
*nce, and baa �� Special Eagineering Course adapted to
-Practical Bfcgiaearimg work in this Province.   In rcusic, a
tcompkte ceutse in theory, voice culture, and piano and
organ, in <orijun��ion with the Toronto college of mustc,
���Special instruction in art -and elocution, while all students
are required to take physical training with all the .privileges of a -well efl"iRped gymnasium.
Hi*   IterttneH   Id 'T��T��   _. hep, -���>,   s_��4
Ms tii, miu'f:���t lhe Worst nf ft.
^'o 'public 'oittenuliier over llvrn} rto
Haa tondor of perfomiiin? eil tlio s". .��o
��� .linn A*as thai late Alexander Horrioann,-'���a
���a aglulnn. In'nuhicruble stories arc told of
Ihu lrii.ks1iov:as continually playing ijn
the street, tn restaurant* and the iohl^ee
���f hott'ld, nnd to tills collection Mr. Char-
llo Shoppni-l, now living In New Orleans,
S-dilK una that seems to tie new and hns at
*ny rate the nilvunlnge of ilaodl-co'ur.
Sheppard hi an old Khowmnn, and rit^ue
r,iiiiu'travaiad-withlUaiTiMaini'��laau<as��Mt-
��nt.
"Ona of 'iny dntloa," he said'the other
May, "was tto help In ��Ms outaldu work.
My -conii-ntioi with Herrmann was un-
likuuwn. and I was ubiu 'Ui'pnve 'Uia way
-for mimic MtuutshiuK explnits. Bome years
���ngo, l think it wns during thu si-uson-of
18S7 or 18H8, wo were In Nuw Orlunns and
���arrangud'one morning to startle tho aa-
Hlvea. I v\-.Iked down to tho PoydriM in.tr-
'.kot, the'old mnn,'us wo called him. mvun-
'tarlng along 'in the rear and diposiici a
couplci of fake vgus, enoh '4oudtil' with a
H10 gold piece, on a pilo on ono of tb*
���stalls.
"Tho jfroirriimmo wnstVlr tlerr?n.��n'A te
ftroll up, jolly thn-'h-iUor until liu dw<.'-��
crowd, und then petrify"blui  hy discovering the auiiis.   Ou thi.   CiVMMnn  tho old
inun was'tou slow, fur while hn wtwtohaff
���tng'the'vender <�� i.|Mirtly-W-iiMfiu wita a
Ibnsket on her nrm  Touched past  him and
'gathered up a dozen eggB, Including  mt
I��ir.  'Pnrdon, iny good lndy,' said Herr
munn In-his funny broken English, 'let,iu.
take on ni lilt lo'luok-nt those eggs ot J3 . fe.
As lie. spuke he-put hishiindtiifthi'. tnisket
"Instantly the 1m woman hurst inte
thu mon frightfid torrentof mixed t ronck
and TOuglish I evur hoard in my life   She
aecuset. ilerrmnnn of wanting to steal hat
eggs nad called  him  everything <_>*.  she
oould think of   He trii_l taJiuelfy ,,et. Vnu
he might ns well 'huve tm.l -to puriiyl
full  grown Kansas oycMiro.   -The  resuh
wns that she  hnr.ked out of  the   m .ridlt,
hiiKginJ. her basket and still loading ilerr
niann with -abuso.
"Thttt was'thoftrat. and only ttnio''_-_>.ot
saw tliooUlomindisooiioertrVs    Iio'-r��n.-..sC
broken uplliat hedidn't try nnythlf.^ .<*
thnl'morning, and ns wo werc goln��j n.i*1
to tiie hotel he licked Ht mcrather'iheep '
ialily.   'Say, Charlie,' he said. 'I guess w��
don't tell anything  nbout  tkose eggstc-
Aildiu.' Addiu wms hls^rife.   1 often w.m
deled * hut tlio woman 'thought when S.M
ran  across tho  yellow  lioys 'In  her bet
fruit "���New Orleans 'I'Imen-Democrat
X *9lenam*,<Ra��_>.
TlK.f7io^-ikii!����-t)f St liilda. the most
wealerJy Of Ihe-inlUnblti-U _* ottlsh is:ee,
la a uiilquc*oite>lu many rtftpecta. 'the
people are the most lonely iu tbe United   Kingdom,  there  being  very   little
communication with thc mainland and
sometimes not for months at a "Wretch.
Socially tbe Islandccr are pi-actlenlly a |
couiuiuue. -If the in��U of a honachokl.
Is injured or loses his lift'��oiong the'
rocks, bis trldow and fa-uilly share lithe ^roceeHs of their labor' as If In
.���Were-there to tatre ,ptvrt:lii'it.  Ifsfamlly
'Ulness prevents any ����s joining in the
day's  work,  be  Is asked  to  stay  at
home, uu-Htibs Interests will not be lost
sight   of.    All   questions,   complaints,
etc.,'are determined by thoir mode, or
local parliament,  whose Judgment  Is
final.   Early tnic-tnlng conferences usually determine the day's tasks.
St Kildiaua ate �� mest'Industrious
and active as well m n r?liglo��M peo-
ple.'niid oiiitht: islam, atHuy rate lee
vexed pr,Vb.<>.n of clmiTh attetnl-.uiee
bus been solveil. IJvefy iman, woi'mn
and child capable of leaving the bouse
hold goes regularly to church, unci
only some serious disability will keep
any person nt home.���Scottish Auieri-
cuu.
-t.iCuen-ec df Children.
CbllillRiod In its weakness is often a
nrengtb that reslsfs the strain of all
the passions, nntl that holds even Wheni
deep hatred exerts its power ta drive
asunder.
"If it were uot for the cliild. I would
not live with you another day," I
beard an angry husband say to his
wife, wben righteous indignation drove
hlm nearly to distraction.
Tlult -was ���-juite a number mt years
a��o. and nOW'tlioy-heve twoin-_ne children fo strengthen 'the bond between
tliem. Tbis 111-* episode of domestic
Infelicity was recalled by some statistics that recently emanated-from Berlin nnd which speak volun_��!a.
These statistics have been carefully
gathered 'fffim the dirorce courts, and
.Uow that out of 1,-100 divorces MO
vcrc-fc. anted-M-here tliere WOT* -no chll-
ilren.'-Vl'- "wll*re there was one child,
t;_) nrbrre th-Te were^wo cbildron, OU
whe.e there ������'W^re tlrr<H- children. 2.1
wliere Uiere were 'tour chihlren, Vi
where tlifiT w'orc'-.v'P'ehildren nud 10
a here  iuAtv.  Wtte  six ". iiJJilten.
Inllys of Poor Crenlurea llrontflil I I
Into t'riBli Air.
TilOStieeriatciulor.Krt tie Sweet Sprlngi
iiiiuo Uiulurlooka tl.etoi.i/li renovation ol
the rii-fto the day after the nlnerswnnt
cut on strike, nnd thu llrst slop prepnrn- ,
tory to �� gunui-nl iilminiiiji up wus to ro-
move  the   luuies from   thu   >. nlergrouiid
stables and put them out ��n pasture,
.'-..nne of thiiin had not lieen out of tht
mine for mouths, a numlier hud been below tlio stirtaco for two or t.liree yenrs, and
one had not been the sunshine for soven
yours���ns long as Jacob served for Leah.
They wero ledfrom tlio mlnu, 87 patient
creatures, and turned loose In Morrison'e
pusturo Held. Thoy stood uliout close to
gelliur, ltuo-. deep1 In tho lush, green gnus
nnd sweet WA ctort'r, with drooping hoads
and eyes half closed, as thougii dazed by
their so .ilea eliangu of vircuiustanees. At
Inst, us the sun dropped down behind
llowumn's hill, one gray old veiernn threw
iijihis head iimlsnilTud at the IInu fragrant
air lihm ing down the Valley, uml in a moment a little movement Weut through ths
whole group.
Thu old leader wheeled nbout sharply,
took a king look at tho clear sky above,
i im brawling llinlo brook chattering over
thu stones, the grass and the trees; than
he thruw up his head, stifionud his mil
und sent forth a .prolonged, penetrating,
strident he-1 taw-uw-aw, which woke tha
echoes over on Maple 'ridge, and with an
awkwunl, lumbering liouiid ha started
down the long slope lu nil Instant th*
nm-,s hud separated and was In motion
Such'Tiinnlng,'Tnelng, kicking and jumping wtfro'never before soon. i.tiil knees,
dim eyes anti-spavined joints wore.all forgotten 'tn the puro enjoyment of out of
doors. -They brayed and bellowed, ran and
kicked, -stopped for breath, thee bogan
oguin.
The whole Tillage gathered at ths fence
to sue thu fun. Tho men and boys laughed
and shnutM!, the babies crowed, and ons
or two women cried a little, for thero were
sores and lameness and weakness in plenty
When night fell, they wore still rolling
uliout nnd racing, forgetful of the hungor
snd thirst that might, bo satlstlud by the
running stream and the grass.
Old Mrs. ���BoSoOin, who lives at theedge
of 'thu pasture field, wns'wakened'in thu
lark hours'toward morning by tho rapid
rush of fcftofs <th-induriug down tbe hillside, nnd, turning over on her pillow, she
munCr.rott Jtrowsily, "Dear Lord, whe
would n-thought tliit any llvin crittet
would bo so glnd and thankful for nothln
hut air onU'froedoatil"���Now -Lexington
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P.O.Box 4098.
Chicopee Falls, Mass.
CHURCH    MOTU-EEi
AU.  SAINTS.
(Anglican.)
Holy CoiniKiiiiiou���utst and ydi.
Sundays at 8:30 a.m.; 211'd and 4ti,
-iiindays at 11 a.m.
Matins, 11 o'clock.
Evensciig, 7V30 o'clisik.
Sunday .School at 10 a.m.
Friday evening,i&itauy at 7:30,
Rev. I.. R. Hart-etr.^lvl.A.. Vicat
CATHOlsfC
Services*first and third .Sunday <v
each month.-at 10:30st.ra..; Bftjed'i
uon, 7*.jo ;i.m.
Sunday school at 3 p.111.
Low Miiss.iri-l-H-t.lv Cumintinioi.
first and third Mondays at 6 a.m.
Rev. Father Wagner, O.M.I..
I JJaxish PrifiBi.
Vk Cm Tellt
"Papa," asM Tommy Trodwaj.
"Now, Tommy," replied Mr. Tredway,
"I shall answer only one more question
today.   So be careful what you ask."
"Yes, papa."
���Well, goon."
"Why don't they bury the Dead ssrf"���
j -Harpee's-liiiaar.
Keaa.
-Teas���Jack proposed last night and I
accepted blm.
Joss���Did yoa, dear? By the way,
don't attempt to cut glass with that
diamond, as I did, or you'll make another nick ln the stone.
laJnaiclOBB Da* of Dls.rftS-ffaaita.
It.4_ a foible of human nature to pass
_Wr. -extreme to extreme. People art
s! iw to accept n nuw theory; but, having
Jiico adopted it, thoy nro ready to work it
tn death. Hnw many years is 4t since
medic id riffieersliad to Implore tho folk in
their districts to use'dlsinfectants nnd en
countered t. m'W-Stncnselesa opposition In
llieir'-Ttnsadnf ^M-iw they aro -finding a
new 'ilillieillty Pooplo ^lave teeognized
theTHlne of disinfectants aiM''deodorizers,
und ' thay employ'--them by'the bucketful
iwlhoilt-TliynK. or renson, trusting blindly
to their efliewfty, -in tho 'princlpts th��t ono
unnnufhava too much of a good thing.
Su'We find the. Ciuekeuwoll niedieal offl-
cor warrnlng-theipulilic against this lnju
diclo'is use and declaring that ' it Inn heen
found  that dt��lnfccraiits-'nre tMed in hap
hazard-anil lMMscriininato'ni��nn_)r by the
publio.    Not ouly aro they absolutely valueless 'In  tnnrtycjises, 'but,'-by -renting a
false  Imprcs.'l'*   of  se-urity, they-do ��B
i immense.r.iaiuite��if harni."
j      111  OtslBC  words.   |H.ii','ln   iningllie  tl-,n:
I OlcaUliusuls may Ira  ignorod pros id -d only
I thnt they empty unlimited carbolic wa-I.e.-
I 1 nd powders over tho uni lean plaros   That
j in-n dire superstition, bun mainly of lazi
liens nnd aVursiotl'to s(,:.;i and water.   'I'!.;-
latter uru justfas ntccsmV*^ as thoyev..��'
j  <veru ���l.oiidnu T li-s.aili.
1 -Iiiiiif oc true Polat.
Ersklne .tionllqni a aee ��'lipre n ����i
son who bid bs'eti ���comllnjd  in nn ���>����
luiu *prose.'iit-__   It a tirotsluM' mui   tbt
proprietorst'or Imp'-tsoiltneut ami fnls�� ;
duress.   Ths prn^eontor.-himself n wn  |
.less in support of tlm ii>_:'t)nt*nl. v.-n.
put into lim witness box ind examine!*
When Ersklne catue to cr >_s exiuniin
him, he tried to illseorer roue lurklni
alienation of mind, but during a iSro*!
examination,  conducted   with   all  t! ���
skill nnd sagacity  of  <������'ileh  he w->s
master,  for nearly   uu   hour-lie -was
completely foiled.
But a gentleman who haWcoimv accidentally Into 'court "WlilspAnm In Jtr-
tkine's ear tbat the'w:;a'<s thought be
was the Saviour of mankind.
On "receiving-���� hint'Krskiue made
a low bow to t'ie prosertltor, add:-fe��cd
him ln terms -of great Itt veren'*, respectfully begged to apol<&-M for the
iincereiilOnSous lunnner fci which he
hnd treated a person of his sacred
character aud "ailed him by the twine
ef Christ. The man Immediately said:
"Thou w-_ast'spoirrn-tr iiy. I am the
Christ."
Vornldlicd a Dinner.
The monkey lost his hold and fell'into tbe crocodile's waiting jaws. Even
then .lis wits did not desert bim. "I
just dropped ln for dinner," he said,
witb an engaging sniiliv
Identtaed.
Tourist (who calls at village"pflstofllee
tor a registered letter)���Ilut why can'*
j you let mu have lt?
I     Postinnstar��� Hnve   you  proof of you?
1 Identity r
Tourist,���No.
Postmaster���Don't you know any one la
tho tilingo.
Tourist���Wo.
���Postmaster���Bare yOU a photograph O*
yourself or atrythingf
'^tourist���Yus.
���postmuster (compnrlng pboto wttb orlg
!"innl)���Certainly,   sir,   it's  you.   -I'll get
|��you the letter.���Pearson ls AVeekiy.
WKTHOOTST.
Services next Ijovd'* -Day-at' fl
a. m.and 7:30 p.m.
Class meeting, after the morning
service every Sunday.
Sabbath Schoo. at '2 p m every
Sunday. Prayer meeting every
Thursday evening at 8.
-JR*v. T. F. Bett.��.. pas.��r.
ST.fANDSRWS  PRl.SBYTin.lAi.
Services next Lord's Dav it U
a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Sabbath School at 1 o a tn -Midweek! meeting on Wednesday evening at "7.30 o'clock.
Rev. J. IT. White, M.W..
'nApTXST.
Sdbbath services ���'Crescent' Island., 3 p.m.; Ladner,"7:30 p.m.
Sunday Schcdl afro .30 a. m.
Prayer meeting on 'Thursday it
8 p.m.
To make fnrtnnts out
of the���tur* yon'tlm; t
p-jt snmethin;; ini" tho
present      .       .       .       ���
Af*nts. Wanted
TO 'Sell   Securities.
tQ*   SALE Fruit LandJ cn^
~~       Cheap       Homes,
City i.ois, Kiimi-s Hiid Buburbftn
Acreage, &c,
'OhlT'd - Coppfrs Pay
'��ilt   nividendt   ail
,'iver British
>_ Columbia
BRITISH - COLUMBIA - ILLUSTRATED
Containing over loo Views.   Tost paid 25c., Stamp*.
Richest Province in the British Empire.
' Nothing Risked, Nothing Gained. Nothing Ventured, Nothing Won.
Splendid Opportunity to Int. list.
Tbe Richest Men in the World are investing in B. C.-Copper-
Gold and Silv.r Mines.     Why can't you begin now?
The Greatest field-Copper Discovery ol the Age" Is In B.C,
nn
Hv   Wrtsn'l   Ton   Dfnf.
Penfnesfs is largely n matter of linhlt,
snys a writer-in tlie New York Press. I
know men wIki cnif_6t h��rr you t\yo
feet stirt}-.r1lioiiKli you bawl at tliem.
*ge\ nt tlie distunre of n block they will
grasp your fainrcst wliisjW. 'Some nre
deaf for convenience! some for frmid,
some for hypocrisy. Beware of the deaf
mnii. One of Xlrr. n��ited #t*f men was
old Mult GriUlu, lon^ ngo ;ni assemblyman fro*u <;ritlin^a t*)rii��rs, 'Delaware
county, %."%. By coVltteSy deaf aiein-
liers retselve front seats iu tlie assem-
lily. while others usually draw lots.
When rM 'W-nit was eCSUse'd 'from
drawing a fellow member liotly protested. "But tht.'old mun is its deaf ns
a post," iuiirt'th'clti*Wsie leader. "I>i_tf!"
���-exclaimed the protestatrt. "Matt'Orlf-
'���fin deafl Why, bless your honest soul,
j he could he��T a ten cent ebiaplastcr
| rattle in�� bag-of feather*."
Old Ornybeard-If* a pity to keep
hrach a pretty biwMn a tagc.
Mrs. De 'Style-lsn't It -a shamtfT
\ How perfectly exquisitely lovely tt
'. Troi_id'l<N_k'ki��'liatl-��liawsXwk-W��tk-
i ir.        ....._.__.._. .... ..    .
-__*��� Orl��lBalT*-W ntlo*.
The original carnation was a five pet-
sled bloonnistive In tlm south of * tn ly.
It was Imported into Uagl&ml sbout
the time of the Normaii' Wllt)W!_. , Ai-
early as lOlOlnttlcultural works gave
minute directions for the cultivation ol
Ilie flowers ln winter. The carnation
industry lias risen to oousiil^rulile importance during .ite lest tan.yftirs, according to Town and Country. As
2,500.000 ef.yo.ing carnation phuits ine
sold eiii-h yeur snd tiori_lH prmlicc an
equal Winouat 'grows) by tlicn.sclvrs
whN_i are u*t *ol'd,'flre entire production of young curniitie'.i piatils approxl-
nmtee ft.OCHWKW ��� and upward a year.
These plants rre grown 'under glass
drtrlng the winter time for cut flower
fvuiftosea, produi-ing au annual average
of.uvire'.tbfttnloe.OOOjiilO' blrioai*. What
bceawes M this andkatoaa uamber of
flowers 1* somewhat of a mystery
Tbey are put-to Innumerable usee.
Disappoint**.
"Her Mnarrtage wa* a great dlaap- ;
pointment'to ber'frierida"
���^Indeed.'" ,. \
��Ob,'yea. They all predicted Tt woiiM
tummet unhauDilT. and It didn't"
Every Dollar Subscrilwd used In lleteliipnit-nt ol Mine.
Specialt Offer���iOc per Share, will  shortly -advance Ito ~$f.00
Mines directly west of Le Roi and Le Roi No. 2, shares
sold from 5 cents to $100.00; and Consolidated Mining and
Smelting -Co. -oi Canada, Ltd., shares $150.00 each; the G-i��ttt
Cali:ornia, adjoining onr own. shares-about.$110.00; Granby
Mine pain over $3,000,000 Dividends per 'year; -'Oofd-copper
mines in British Columbia paid Large Dividends. Uig Four
assays trom -$5 to ?Soo in gold, copptr, silver, with 32 per
cent, in'lhe Treasury.    Invest now and you wont regret it.
NotK���Most ol these mines so)'-, for a few tents once, bu
over-capitalized even now, pay big dividends. Big -Four ia on
the railway, near smelters.
Rossland Mines'received Highest Awards lor richest gold-
mpper ore sent tc, St. Lonis Exposition. Pig Four had Best
Display at Dominion Fair, New Westminster, B.C.
No less than 100 shares ;old, All Cash. Above fhis-'share*
can be had on instalment plan, or yearly contract, 1.5. per cent.
ers!., balance monthly.
Nearly Two Hiles of  Railway On Property,
Cuinpaliv Has no debts eff lint: Mies.   S<-ni! for Illustrated PipapectUI alt .'IT: .Islet, ''MiSinj; I'ptoPate." to Secretary, with ,s tents Ti. tfffllnpt.
F.fG   FOUR  MUSES,   LIMITED
P.O. Box 174, Vanoouver, B. C*   Canada.
ne Helta Times
tor
*j>ob   Printing.
i'
.1 THR DELTA TIMES; TUESDAY, JULY 7,  190$.
fiOOd Water.     |Presentation to Teacher
-jr-T.-T?.-
A public meeting will be held in
the
Town Hall, Ladner,
on
Saturday, June nth, '08
at 7 p.nj. sharp.
At the above meeting all reports
and analyses will be read and dis-
cussed. Come, whether you arc
interested or not.
IiOCAL NEWS.
T. Shortreed  spent Sunday
tbe Terminal City.
Miss Flora  Montgomery
Vancouver last week.
t'isited
A very pleasant time was spent
on Tuesday last, at the Boundary
Bay school house, when the parents
and Iriends of the pupils assembled
to witness the closing exercises
which were creditably rendered as
follows: Reading and spelling by
the Primer Class and mathematical
nnd geographical exercises ty the
other classes, and a short programme of recitations were gone
through.
Rolls of honor were awarded as
_ I follows: Proficiency, Violet Lucas;
I legularity and punctuality, Katie
Wright; deportment, Agnes Sterling. Here the pupils presented
' the teacher, Mr. Mills, with a book
in' of poems, which w.is appropriately
acknowledged.
The exercises were brought to a
close by holding a picnic iu the
school grounds.
"$). B.  Grant drove   up   to the
Royal City, yesterday.
Mis*  Maggie  MacKenzie   speM
Sunday in the Tern-inal City.
D. Gunn returned home, Friday,
from a trip to Bonnie Scotland.
H. N. Rich went over to the Terminal City, yesterday, on a vacation.
Mrs. Frank Armstrong, oi Vancouver, is a guest of Mrs. D. B.
('���rant.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McCluskey
Visited Iriends iu Vancouver on
Friday last.
Haymakers are coming in in
fair numbers and the rate of wages
is set at ��2 per day.
Rev. J. F. Betts and daughter,
Miss Winnie, went over to the Ter*
tninal City, "yesterday.
Campers are arriving in large
numbers and it looks as though the
liveries will have a busy season.
W. Hearle returned home, yesterday, from Vancouver whence he
had accompanied his sisters, who
were on their way to Seattle.
Guaranteed upon absolutely safe security���first
mortgages on substantial city properties SEVEN and
Eight Per Cent. Guaranteed, free of aii charges,
upon sums ranging from Five Hundred Dollars tip*
White, Shiles * (��,
New Westminster, B.C.
Agencies Represented���-
Ilarttonl Pirc Iimmm ce Co. Insurance Cu, ol North America
Fb-mlx tii*��T..ncc Co. or Hrooklyn    The Ocean Accident .* Guarantee 'terpen-
Connecticut Fire Inaurnnce Co, linn, [.id., of London, ling.
Imperial Truat Co* Ltd.  Vancouver. B.C.
"Capt," Wilberg. of the well
known firm of cigarmakers, Wilberg & Wolz, New Westminster,
was iu town, last week, taking
order;;.
The Misses MacKenzie, of Al-
4ergrove, are visiting friends at
boundary Bay.
The Crescent Islanders held their
annual picnic, on Saturday last, at
Grauer's Beach.
Miss Mamie Trim, of Westham
Island, was among the visitors to
Vancouver ou Wednesday last.
Chris. Morrow came over from
Vancouver, Saturday, and spent
Sunday with his uncle, S. Morrow,
fit, Boundary Bay.
An elderly woman desires situation as Companion or Housekeeper
in small family. Out oi town prc-
ieried ** Address, Mrs. P., tlm
office.
With the advent of the warm
���weather we notice that our old
friend Wiu. Woodward is able to
carry bis walking stick on his
Shoulder and walk quite spry like.
Robt. Jardine, accompanied by
J. McMurpuy, paid a visit to Gulfside, yesterday, to take a look over
the dyke and see what repairs are
needed.
Have You Tried
Royal Standard Flour
���������  iv ������ 1 in1..,._.a11.,:,,t*���,..���;,_8_at
manufecturedEin Vancouver from selected prairie
hard wheat? If not, ask your Otocer for
ROYAL STANDARD wh��n you order bread
flour. He h&s our guarantee %o> refund your
money if you are not satisfied with the results
on baking day*
Get ROYAL STANDARD aad $Wt bave
the best
Sold by W. a SMITH.
MANUFACTURE��   BV
Vancouver Milling I Grain Co., Ui,
VAUCO -TVER, B. C.
, I ,,   1-!--���_- -I1 ' '"
We Beg Leave
To notiiy tbe people oi Ladrar ��_ad ear*
rounding district that wa are aow m a
position to ofter Vanoouver Island
Portland Cement
kk graft? reduced priees, making it possible for parties Who contemplate building
to put In concrete foundations at about the
tame cost as piling or other inferior
material
Write for Prices,
GILLEY
INBW WE-mtlNSTBR.
BROS.
fe. a
���!_���*.,_.���_
Among the visitors to Vancouver
on Wednesday last, were: H. J,
Hutcherson, T. Shortreed, P. Shirley, G. Grauer, R. WinskiU, Robt.
Georgson. H. Wright.
When you wish to buy visiting
cards 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.
Lost.
How are
YOU Classed ?
With the Wise or Unwise
Mr. and Mia. Robt. Strain and
(amity of Seattle, who have been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hearle,
at Boundary Bay, returned home,
On Friday, accompanied by Miss
Kittle Hearle. Mrs. Strain is Mrs.
Rearle's daughter.
Two Young Horses ��� 1 black
two-year-old and 1 bay mare, i-
year-old. Strayed from Enderby's
place, East Delta. Anyone knowing of whereabouts of same, kindly *
notiiy
T. DAVIES,
Florist. New Westminster.
FOR J>ALE.
The Vasey Farm
Composed of part of Lot 26,
Group II, Ladner, B. C. This
world-wide farm contains 185 acres.
all under cultivation, fenced and
underdrained. Soil unsurpassed
The Reeve ��nd Council visited ] for richness. Suitable for roots,
the Gulfside dyke, on Saturday j Krain, hay or dairying.
last, which they found to be in a; A first-class barn, dwelling, etc.
Wry unsafe condition and steps are The beauty and value of this farm
to be tjiken, immediately, to make can only be knowu by inspection.
Qcctssary repairs in order to have if desired, the live stock can be
everything sate ere th> fall stormsi purchased, which consists of some
Ijegin, j fine teams ot work horses, brood
mares and young stock and about
WEST MINSTER EMPLOY-J 25 of tl,e finefit dairy cows to be
MENT AGENCY���Under new found   >*��   the  province,  together
management,      266     Columbia with all necessary farmipg impie-
���tie-*, Phone 366, P.O. Box 807. ��P��ntf;-
Can supply vou with all kinds of |    For i<*��er particulars, term* etc.,
help promptly, Farm Hands es-; app1? nr wri,e to
penally, free of charge.   Branch; C. G. MAJOR,
office, 107 Cordova street west, j Official Administrator,
fhQne A2750, Vancouver, B.C. New Westminster. I
Haying willj,be with us before we know ft!
Are YOU -PrepawalS
McCORMICK Mowers, Rakes I Tedders
are WORLD FAMOUS,
Wa don't need to tell you about them.
ORDER EARLY,
Kansas City Hay Presses
Will be needed to handl�� THIS YEAR'S CROP.
W�� have them in Swaep & Belt Styfck
CALVERT & LEWIS*
Commission Agents,
Oeneral Dealers & Machinists.
SILVERWARE,
Cut Glass*
WatcheS ana
All Kfcfe >��f Jewellety.
New Stock.
CM. a*tl See tfhertv.
JL Clausen,
Ktcb^iBwX, b. c
ju	
���ne.
Eftasi
How About*
Tbat vtew tfawjess you need?
D craY thiik.^ou ^sm't afford it
till ydtiVe .given us ;a<chat_ce.
We sell too ttiferfar goods, ne
old fashioned appliances.
a\\l our harness
is made from the best of
leather k_ the most workmanlike nffennet. Blankets,
Whips, -Hafetfrs and everything a .hcftseowncr needs.
B. C Luther Co.. Ltd.
112 Hastings Stttftt. Vancouver. B. C.
Estate ol
W.   Lm   McBRIDE,
Phone 5,   -   Port Ouichon
"fo All B. C Ports. - ��� >dw
Vmi. 5. No. 44.
LADNER, B. C, TUESDAY., JULY 7, 1908.
Haying Necessities-
It pays to use the very best salt yon can obtain
ior your Hay. WE HAVE IT, Ask for LIVERPOOL
COARSE SALT.
Hsy Forks and Carriers, Blocks, Cable
ttnd
-Everything: Necessary for Making Way.
swa Letter.      Seine! Board.
The ftartet
FRUIT JARS.
SOO Dozen. * - 500 Dozen.
Pints, Quarts and  .Half Gallons.
Dry Gfcods.
iu____________,
Sammer Vests, "Hosiery, Nec&wear,
Ceilings, Belts, Sunshades,
Batihing Suits fctifc tJaps.
Ladies'  and   Children's P (JbtW-ifer.
lien's furnishings.
Summer Underwear, Work Shirts,
���  ,   ��fcjveB, Harvest Shoes.
Headquarters for "Wwkb% Men*s
'Otitftts.
High Grade American land  Can-
{sdia-n Shoes.
Ottawa, June 26.���One of the The Board of School Trustees! 'New Westminster, 'Jiity 4.���
features of tbe week was the total I'met in the Council Chamber oniThe advantage of the addition to
collapse of the Hodgins' inquiry. I Saturday last, July .|ih, with Trus-1 the market building was seen for
Some time ago Major Hodgins; an jlees Smith Wright (in the chair), j-the first time yesterday, at thr
engineer employed on the Niiional
Transcontinental Railway, published iu certain coast newspapers very
serious charges in which he alleged
that owing'to imriopcr classification the work of building the railroad under his charge was costing
A. DeR. Taylor and R. H. Ouaggan : weekly market.    Rain again Inter*
[present,. ,'fered somewhat with the  business
Minutes   of   previous   meeting
were adopted as read.
Tlie following  resignations were,
j on motion, accepted:  (..  W.Clark,
Ladner; .Miss (lrr.ee  E. Ross, Sun-
of tbe  riu.
| was  large.
the countrymillions of dollars more | bnn.. predsriok  R.   Mins, Bouud.
than was right. These charges con- larv. Bay. j   A  Cain)eS| Gulfside.
veyed the'impression that  the con- j    T))e following appointments were
tractors'Were reaping a large sum of' t|len raade.
money iin excess of what would be j    Lafjner_lMjss  McNe-,l promoted
just,   in  consequence  of such un- j [0 the Pri,.dnalBhin at  a  snlarv of!
lo the Principalship at  a   salary ui(rir .
proper  classification.    It was also j^. Mjss CIara Lord from   ���*  �����"' ""���lU"1 aa(l
charged that  representations   had
s, but the attendance
and the visitors irom
Vancouver in connection wrth Che
real estate excursion had an opportunity to see how a stood: bus? .produce market should be run.
The auction rings were well supplied and.prices realised were fair.
Meat was as-well supplied as at;
recent markets. The beef supply
was good and found a ready sale.
_   iKmb the same re
So; Miss Clara Lord trcm  3rd toj       ,.
2nd Division, at $65; and Miss M.
been made   to  the Commissioners j McLcllaD rcceivecl the appointment
iin   charge   of  building   the   rail" 110 the 3_d Division>
way and that no redress could bej-   Sunburv-Miss Clement, o< Cum-
secured.
The Conservativ
jberland, received the appointment,
party promptly j    Quifside_j.  V.   MacDonald,   ofjf
-s:ized upon the incidents and made kaudon. appointed.
them the subject of attack  ia  thej    Bouudary   ]5ay_j.  A,  Cairnes,
Mous?' ! of Gulfside, appointed.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier brought thei In aoceptiag the appointment to
matter to tht-attention of the chair- \ the pritK:ipalsKip of Ladner school,
man ofthe Transcontinental Rail- Miss Mc>;ei!I thanked tlie-Board
way Commission, who announced I tor the promotion ?.nd hoped that
that an immediate investigation-i^ woukj have'the support of tbe
should be made, and the Premier j ]{0ard t0 aid h,.r ������ her nev. posi.
thereupon appointed a special com- tjori
raittee to hearthe charges of Major      u WB~  deHded,   on  motion,  to
Hodgins. n-iiiit thc inside of Sunbiirv-school,
This committee sat for a. number
painl
the   outside   of   Crescent
applies, the call responding
to the offerings. The quality of
the veal ottered was above theaver-
age, and held ��rm. The -l-Tmat*.
for por-k is satislactory at old prices.
'Eggs -continued to sell at 300a
dozen wholesale, <as at foe last
three markets. The supply was
good and all found a ready sale.
Butter continues at 50c a pound
and shows no prospect of falling to
the straight quarter. There was
again a good ofiering of 'ducks and
both live and dressed poultry. -Vvli
fowls sold at quotations. 'The cafll
ior thickens was not ��� large compared with recent markets. Broilere
were an improvement on last week.
W*$\ SfcoeTt 'O? MdCA^L  JP&WEB.N&    &sk  for Free
FASHION B&EEX.
There was a good supply of both
of dnvs  \l.inr   Hnrlo-iiis  ..1.-,�� Ins     ���     , ,    .    ,       ,- told  and  new  potatoes   and  those
.01 aay_. Major noagius ga.c ms Uchool and the I,adner.flre escape.   L.u��_,. \.t ��� d-,A,u a ia
evidence     He was cross-examined  <    *<    ���_       . .11.     who brought 111 oid had-some diffi-
cviueucc.    ne was cross examined, ,    The .Secretary was  authorised to'     ,.,,,���.. ���      .,    f .,
and fiiia!l�� asked to retire from Ilie , ' ,��� .       _ ,   ,,; culty to-scll m-view  of tbe reason-
ana mianj askea to retire itoiu me !sup���v,   smrU   c,.pboard;   to   hold'   ..       ._   , ...r.      __.\.
oroceedimts.     His solicitor   with-1      V    .      ,,     r ���     ��� .    1   , aWe prices of new varieties.    With
IHW-Xuiu^a.      nia si.ii.i..,r   wiil   ; supplies for   the  following schools:    ,1 .    ,1.1.1.      _, ,_.
drew from the tase and it came to L     j v, o ,i r_      c   J ieSard t0 rhubarb and cauliflower,
urcw irom mc case. _nu  u tame 10 Boundary    Bay,     Gu fside,    Last' .     ,.     ... .       ���    ,       ,
a�� iiiwirsrinini'Y.Mfi I        k    A . J   .       ! the supply v^as .'good and young
an luglorious-m-i. Delta,   Crescent   Island,   Sunbury b
Much political capital  had been  and Annieville.
madeofthb, but the scandal,  like''   Al.fr   p.lSsi,,g   xht   s;llanos   for
many others, would not Stand the ; r���K. tlu. noard adi..nnn.il  till  Sat-
July the Board adjounv
test ot close examination, and faded iurdav August tst at 2
away  when   confronted   with  the | 	
real facts. j
p.m.
'Z~ZZS)Z."] ~"t
-RASKBALL <3LUB.
���ANC3IIICAN.
CATS'FiJR   HAWAII.
"Afternoon setvice will be held V
Boundary Bay school house, at 3
The members tff 'flte 'Basebill
'Club turned 6Ut,  Ptilday evening
;last, full sttength, "and enjoyed :<aI o'clock on^unflay neftct.
'very good pwfctice watch. This
��� club'codtaiustthe makitegs ot a very
'.good team. Otoe ��� ��f the principal
'things ihey l*.fc'is.''dis&pliiie. An
lUmpire is nserfeti t*ho k thorough-
lly acquainteid with ��the game a��d
���Who will examine _-lUi(Mlls, and-enforce obedi��nee to the rues,    A'm-
Tlie Territory of Hawaii, through j
Provision for Tl. B. Road.
People of tbe'West will be par-
ticularlv pleased with the action of
the minister of lhe interior in making provision in the new land bill
to provide <or a sum sufficient to
build tbe -Hudson Bay Railroad
i 4rom-I^ Pas on the Saskatchewan
'���River to Fort Churchill on Hudson
Bay. a distance of 500 miles. This
'railway can, it is estimated, be
built for $ 15,00c,00c. Under the
terms''of the bill there are ���-28,000,-
000 acres of land available. One
half ot this will be held for homestead and the other half for preemption at $3 per acre.
If the road costs ��15,000,000 to
build, 5,000,000 acres at $3 will
provide tlie money to build it. Mr.
Oliver was directing his observc-
tions to the point that there was
provision in the bill to raise new
revenue sufficient to build the railroad'when the time came, and that
that  point  would   be   taken   into
Kilties at 'Westminster'
cabbages   for  transplanting'easily
sold.    Lettuce is alsc ecmiug iu.
The eall for fruit'continues brisk.
Strawberries were in demand at $2
a crate. Cherries had a large offering, .VikI currants, -of \rarious
colors, came in largely. Gooseberries show a fall of n ceut per
  ' pound.
The  Kilties'   Band,   the   world-1    The following sre the'prices that
,_,.., _.   i     , 'ruled during thc day;
renowned   Scottish   concert  band.      ,-.,.,
be'jf,  hindquarters,   9c   to   wjs
now on a tour of the world, will be ��� pe_ lb; FofequB$teRli 6c t0 6>,jC>
seen on   Oueen's  Park oval, New]     Mtitton,; 12c to 13c per.-lb.
Westminster, both   afternoon   and]     Lamb, -14c to 15c per ib.
evening, Friday, July ic. j     Veal,   small, 1 ioc to :mc ���pei'lb;
This organization, which holds . T1S:TSe> 9= to rec.
shortly
its Bo it 'of 'Health,   m
(���establish a'.'c��ttery,v<where (elines ol
During the-eami-ing season there jdou__htv   areutage will   e bred and
Will be the'-iSual nlWftina.  .services i^jsed w
in All Sak>-SiCh-.rt_-, Ladner   ^
consideration if, at any time it was
Pork, -Sr to 9c pcrifb.
Eggs, wholesale!, i?<x :-per 'doz;
retail, 35c.
Butter, 50c per Yd.
Foivls, $6,50 to-j-S.-oo'per do_;
chickens, goto $7per dor..
Broilers, $4 to $5.50 per dozen.
Ducks, young, $6 to -$7.50 ia
do;:.
Potatoes, old, $_o per ton;  new,
necessary
to  1
���lad
,e
the country
s
credit to
raise
iu
id
s  to build tl
e
railroad.
The
even fag services will  be held   at
; fi tial
^he
lha view to becomin .   of-
rat-ca<chers   tor   the   board.;
�����n.. the more distinguished  heavy-1    The prize list for Victoria^ .'irty
'Hweights are Mtttin^heedy, a h*W eighth annnal provincial ekhibiti,
���hitter,   and   Martin   Paulson   the
^short distance runner.   If some of
*the lightervweiglts were to take*
1'few pointersi frt��n Pttilson it wouM
inot be so necessary for  them to Iiil
i -loivn between bases in an endeavor
!to reach their base hy using their
eeitreme length. -ance.
Good News for the West.
The determination of the Oov-
BOMndary Bay Camp. There wil. I'lne slocli lor lhi <*��t'ery will le; ernment to eucjur'age iii some
be no evening service1 to theebtuch. j*'refully   selected, s��an I   only  cats: form the building oi  the  Hudson
��� ��� -��� ��� iwbo have prdV.d  the n-!\.-s good.r^ajr Railway, wi.
r'itt -'s will be    lacJd theie,   w de
ttheir pr geffv ivi    he -aised   with n
isijust to hand.    It'is  well gotten 'Xaitt:  ,or rats  a,ld  fl,,ally   turned
tip and full to the brim of excellent'101^ throuRhout the   city
prizes for nearlytiverythitv. im i-ir- uPon  the carriers  of tht
able.    It aDo contains the prfe; list
which is
Her t-n   Oilley",   o'   Ne
mi ste-, fame   lowii, vest
to   prey
bubonic
fl-
for four days' horse race
always a strong  drawin;  card .ui
i-; sure to gather in a lar__e   attend
���   West-
'1 iv    in
l,his KUtoinobilf.
be hailed with
d'-Tg it the Wist. Whether the
Govemn eut bui is the road or assists some company to do so, is not
of-supreme importance in the West,
but the faei tha; the Government
are lavorably inclined to the immediate construction of the road
will be received with delight by
the people who have suffered much
(Continued on Second l\\ce.)
world-wide  reputation,  will   leavei
Vancouver this month en  route to
Australia,   South   Africa  aud  the!
Orient, and  it  is undoubtedly'.he!
largest aggregation  of artists ever
launched on such a iournev, and is
especially a.igumeuted bv  the Clan
Johnstone     troop,    the    worlds1
greatest dancers and  pipers, who,;
on several occasions, bave appeared  *a _      .   u
by   royal    command    before Tils
Majesty   King   Edward VII.  and
the  kite  Queen Victoria;  the celebrated  male choir;  the champion
boy piper of the world, and the two: SACKS and SACK 'TWINE,
giant drum majors, each over seven i Bran, .Shorts, Corn and all kinds
feet tall. cf Feed.
The management feel that this is. Brackman-Ker   Milling  Co., I_td.,
easily one of the most notable band j-j. N. RICH, Agent
engagements ever offered  the pub-; 1 Laduer, B.OC.
lie,  and   have consequently  made! ____^____-_^_
arrangements for  the  Park where
Strawberries, per crater$3.00.
Gooseberries, 6C to-.yc-peii lb.
the crowd could best be  accommodated and  where  the  programme
can be reudeied to best advantage.
The  Kilties-will  parade shortly
after  their
minster.
arrival  in   New W'tst-
Mrs. F. Sutherby returned home,
on Tnesday last, from a visit to
friends at Otter, an.! is mcch improved iu health. On' he: 'return,
Mrs. Sutherby was accompanied bj!
Mrs  Robt. Hill, ofOtter.
We want YOUR eggs. Taken Mr. and Mrs! !D. 'Cameron, fbf
the year round you will make from I New Westminster^ spent Swnday
5 tO:to per cent, bringing them : here the-guests of Mr.-and Mt.s. T.
here.    To-morrow we pay 32 ceutslw. Foster.    When they return*-'
per dozen lor your Eggs X.R.-
Only strictly fresh eggs wanted-
Starshall Smith & Co... Ltd.
in the evening, they were accompanied by Mrs. Foster who leUj ymf-
ierdfiy, on a visit to .SeaWle-  . THK nKfrif A TIMKS, TUESDAY, JULY   7. rgoS.
THE DELTA TIMES.
PoausnED every Tuesday.
Sumcrimion, $1.00 pet year.
A.DVBRTISIG R ATK6.1
Cu__| AdTCttlKaienU, io ceota per Une foi
-kear<tlM.Ttlon.*nd scenteper line lor each
���ntmn irnl lniertioa. The number ol lines
Mckon^IbTthe apace occupied, n lines to Ue
���ch.
Metse lar Commercial Adwtlieme nt a cen be
had oa applicaUon at thla o*ce.
Readlaf notice* ia ceati per Une for eacb Insertion,
���irth and Deatb aotlcea, jac.. Marriages {..��o.
Aa, special notice, tbe object ot which is to
���romote the pecuniary benetit of any Inilivldunl
S company, to be considered an advertisement
afad charged accordingly.
All advertisements charged for until ordered
���at nnd paid far.
Correspondence lurlted on matters ol public
tateraKt. Communications to editor must be accompanied by name of writer, not necessarily
fee ptibllcatioa, but as evidence of good faith.
Carreapoadeace must reach this office by Thursday evening.
Geo. R. Manlky,
Manager.
London Press m**n-<fashbll $fableS*
TUESDAY.  JULY   7,  1908.
The rain  storm, last  week, laid
low quite a large acreage of grain.
S..me have cut their thistles, but
there are others. Have tbey special
licenses ?
Don't forget the meeting in the
Town Hall, on Saturday evening
next, wheu the Water Question
will be discussed.
Haying operations will commence
in earnest, this week, if the present
weather conditions continue, and
the crop bids fair to be very good.
Complaint bai been made about
ihe amount ol damage being done
to the Ladner school property by a
horse being placed there occasionally at night. The Trustees wish
It to be distinctly understood that
this will have to be stopped or the
owner will be sued for damages.
Work on Canoe Pass bridge is
expected to commence soon, and
will be done by day labor.
Tbe Trader, on her trip trom
Victoria, discharged 50,000 sacks
this morning for Marshall Smith &
CO., Ltd.
11 1       a
A. ladies' jacket was found, on
the Trunk road, Mondav, July 6.
Owner may have same on proving
property and paying for this notice.
mmT. PINNICK, Slough road.
London Pelican���"The 'Kilties'
have come, have been seen and
heard, and judging bv the applause
which welcomed them at the Albert Hall, have conquered."
The Referee���"It is a fine band,
full-toned and well balanced."
The Times���"It may be said at
once that the "Kilties' had no difficulty in rousing great enthusiasm."
The Chronicle���"The 'Kilties'
are very refreshing in a London
that still groans under the rhythmic
tyranny of the Cake Walk."
The Daily Mail���"The performance was an undoubted success.
Encores were continually demanded and generously granted."
Morning Leader ��� "The entertainment, which was greeted with
enthusiasm from first to last, was
varied by fine choral singing and
good dancing."
Daily Telegraph���"Applause of
an enthusiastic nature was tbe rule
throughout the evening and the
'Kilties'- won many admirers."
Morning Post���"The body of
tone is excellent, and the quality of
the wool wind is especially round,
the usual harshness of reeds of a
military band being entirely absent."
The "Kilties" with their famous
Dancers, Pipers and Singers will
give two grand concerts at Queen's
Park, New Westminster, on Market
Day, Friday, July 10th. Big parade in the afternoon.
Reserve Grand Stand Seats at
Ryall's Drug Store.
Trucking aad Diaying.    Livery Work of
All. Kinds Attended to Promptly.
All Kinds of Firewood Always On Hand.
J. M. COLLINSON, Phone 20, LADNER, B.C.
SUPPLIES
Of ALL KINDS may be had here.
First   Come,   First  Served.
The Celebrated Registered Shiidard4>red Stallion
" Phllo Stone "
(37357), Rec. 2.21*4.
Sire���ALEXES, 2.1 a      Dam���LUC-ELLS, 2.23#
Foaled, 1900,   Dark bay, 16 hands 1 inch.
NOON, NIGHT.
Monday, S. Morrow's Farm:; Dr. Wilson's Farm.
Tuesday., Gilchrist's *
Wednesday, R. McKee1 s1
Thursday, I. Johnston's '
Friday, T. Highland's '
Saturday, S. Huff's        '
K. A. a Scholefleld, Esq,,
Victoria, Owner
Elgin.
; R. E Kittson's u
; F. J. Ceulthard's w
; L-Miey ��tos.' **
; Sullivan BrcTs. M
; G. B. Embree\ till Monday
Q-eorge Brown,
St md <Groom
JNO, REAGH,   LADNER, B. C
Friends ot Mrs. Adam Read will
regret to learn that she is laid up
in Vancouver Hospital as the result
of an accident which occurred on
Saturday last. While boarding a
car jhe was knocked off and received a bad cut on the back of her
bead. Nothing of a serious nature is anticipated.
(Continued trom First Page.)
in the past owing to inadequate
transportation facilities. The fact
that a new source ot revenue has
been arranged sufficient to build
the road, without being an extra
charge upon the country, is of itself a most encouraging circumstance.
Criticism Brings a Retort.
Mr. Foster often makes criticisms
which provoke retort from the gov
ernment side that makes his argument foolish and inconsistent. This
was demonstrated on Tuesday last
when.he objected to the legal agent
of the government at Halifax employing outside counsel. E. M.
MacDonald, of Pictou, reminded
the House that under the late Conservative government, R. L. Borden was the legal agent, and that
instead of employing outside counsel when work had to be done
away from Halifax, he sent a junior
member of his firm from Halifax
whose expenses had to be paid by
the government. Mr. MacDonald
also proved that when Mr. Borden
was legal agent the government
was put to much greater expense
than that incurred under the pres
ent system.
Baseball Hatch.
t\ very exciting contest is sched
nled for next Saturday evening be
tween the Guichon and Ladner
teams. Thtre bas been considerable difference of opinion as to the
respective merits of these two strong
aggregations and it was finally decided to settle the same by a series
Af games during which, according
to the Ladner rooters, the coat o."
Whitewash that tbey will anply to
heavy hitters from Guichon will be
the kind that wont come off until
tbe fall rains. Bnt the heavy swatters from tbe Ocean Dock have an
entirely different opinion of what
th* result will be.
The game will start at 6:30 pm.
tQdwillbe finished by moonlight,
If necessary. Admission to Park:
Qwtlemen, ioc; ladies free.
The S.S. Sonoma leaves Ladner
at 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.; returning, leaves Steveston at 9:30 a.m.
and 4:30 p.m.
60  YEARS*
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
COWffllQHTt 4c.
Anroas Mm-tag ��� ��� ketch ul description ma��
whether an
Comm unl-ft.
I on Patent!
"PntoutJ taken tCfou_h"M-uin* CoTreoelVa
���pclalMtfee, without charto, la tha
quickly.- _ . .....
1 uvontlnn M pro Uatil.
tlnnnslrlotly confident��� 	
fcut 1 roe. Oldeit apenc_ for aecni
n
American.
oly Illustrated weakly. Largeet Mr.
laiiy Bolentia o Journal. Terms (or
.15 a year, postage prepaid.   Bold by
Qg 861Brt��d��.y.,_,
"" SB F Bt, Washington.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR
Room 2, Ellard Block, Ni?w West minuter.
the Delta Saw mills
��� ...       **^^r"    - - ' j - - - '"-
Are Prepared to ,., .-
Furnish All Kinds of
ROUGH   &   DRESSED   LUMBER
At LOWEST PRICES. Also   '
Shingles,  Doors, Sash and   ,
House  Finish  of  All  Descriptions.
-incorporated 186*.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED,
CAPITAL PAID-UP,
RESERVE FUND,
!$4,000,000
$3,000,000
$4,390,00��
Total Assets Over Forty-Five MHJlions.
Accounts of Ottt-of-Town Customers Given SpecaJfl
Attention.
BANK BY MAIL,
Savings Department.
Accounts may be opened with deposits of @NE DOLLAR
and Upwards.     Interest paid, or credited, ��l&at��
telly ofl 31st March, 30th Jane, 30th
September, ^ISt''Dece��ibet.
K. D. SIMPSON. ManaRer., LADNER, B. C
BRITISH COLOMMA
-if
The   BEST  Water   Tanks   Are
Made at Thia mil.
QUEEN'S   PARK,
NEW WESTMINSTER,   -   B. C,
Friday Afternoon and Evening, July 10
The Kilties Band
The Pride of Canada.
SPF.QIAL FEATURES.
The Champion Boy Piper of the World.
The Clan Johnstone Troupe of National Dancers,
Pipers, Etc
Vocal Choir of 20 Voices.
Two Giant Drum Majors, Each Over 7 Feet Tall
Two Parades���Afternoon and Evening
Presenting of Address by MAYOR KEARY-
Admission to Park, 60c.
Reserve Grand Stand Seats at Ryall's, 50c
(Westmtnffter Braich)
Time Table
��-      f *  ������
Car* __����ye._Wc9t)nirt|jter1dr TOlicodver ftt:$*9>
aud 6.50 a.m. an'il 'hcRtWy thereafter until 11 p.
in.; Saturdays ..nri'Sundays at 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver for West mill stern at j.5��
and 6,50 a. m. and hourly thereafter until 10 p.
m.; Saturdays uud Sundays at 11 *p.in.
FftEIGtfT 'CARS.
We run Brat-class 'freight cuts 'between Westminster and Vancouver rind all shipments are
handled with 'the utmost eare and delivered to
consignee-without delay ��� Special attention paid
to fruit shipments. Oui wagons meet all boats
and trnins.  I'or rates, etc. apply to
,0. a^a m%fe,m*m*. aairw.oit^wiatew ,m,i$lmeiamBw*Gifeini&BiGi0��*'
S�� 11 >
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B. C. ' >
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*  J. HENLEY
SID GRKCORY,
Traffic Mgr.
Wcstrai uster. B. C
J. McQUARRIK,
Local Mgr-
NEW YORK
CLIPPER
I* THE .MEATEAT
THEATRICAL I SHOW PAPEB
IN THI WOULD.
54.00 Pit Year.   Single Copy, JO Ns,
is stren ���weekly.
Sample Copy Fiwee.
FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Ltd),
ALBERT J. BORIS,       _ PUBLISHER*,
** "���----���     ' *tyr.asrweir..iiwwiteem.
A. m. DWLOt,
0. MSON THORPE,
Veterinary Surgeons.
AU  Calls	
Promptly Attended to
Phone 35 Stain'ton Btoek
J.adn��r, B.O.
Park Illuminated for Evening Concert
Come One, Come All!
For Spring Ckan-Up.
Pwre and Vigorous Blood will keep
you in good health.
WA-HOO herbs
will give vou
Good and Pure Blood.
Send 50c for trial fi.vo ���psdkage
(two months' treatment).
Agent Wanted.
Wa-Hoo Remedy Co.,
V-MKsouver, E.C.
N^W WESTMINSTER,
Manufacturers of'all kludfoi
Soda Water, Ginger
Ale and -Summer    i >
l Drinks. ~        i;
i      Y-nir^atKttrage solicited    <,
Acclimatized Stack
Seeds
Trees
Plants
-Por the
Farm, Garden, Lawn or
Conservatory,
Reliable Varieties s_t -Reasonablb
Prices. No Borers. No Scale.
No fumigation *b damage stock.
No wihdy agctits 'to tftotioy vofc.
_5hy direct and get Tttes and Seeds
'that GWW.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray
Pumps, Spraying Material, Cat
Flowers, etc. Oldest established
nursery en  the maiulaud of  B. C
Catalogue free.
M. J. MY'S Nurseries,
Greenhouses and Sesdhoases
VASCOtJVEa,  -  B. c
Mandolin t
Hawng %een requested to -Itfert b
v Mandolin Class,   ara  now   prepared to do so.   Fs>r terms, .etc.,
apply
B* m*   WEARE,
Care of Mr. J. Ws Lanning.
Mandolins, Strings, Eto+
Supplied at Citv P-rioss. THE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY, JULY 7. 1908.
POPULAR SCIENCE.
The moon revolves from ono point la
tbe heavens to thu sums point i.l 07-days 1
hours mid 13 minutes.
A tr.iin-of pun-cotton'thsflrwouH--. tretob
400 mil escculd lie lirod in two minutue, so
rapid is the .raiisiuieiilon 'et detondtlon
(rom ono part to another.
A dcioriuliuition of Professor Barnard
With tho Lick telescope places thodlamoter
of Neptune -,M'l.Win miles���-from 8,000 to
1,000 unlee tv.is. u.-_u is.-I'.utadilu'inost textbooks.
lied light is not the lowest'klnd risible
to thc eye. When a body is lieatcdiup, lt
units first a 'gray" glow and then'n ___}
;luw. Horr bummer finds thnt thi����rigr
1tfht Is porueived by tho "rod1'' form* tion
and tl|.i red I'n&t hy tIwr*"_io_eN'form��tl��-l
In t..�� n_rv, ���, htr u, titre of the-ey*.
WEALS BY WHOLESALE.
��_teii_lvr Kits slim  *nsifeH��ta ��t
the Modern Hotel.
Tin- kitchen ai-rangeniewU tJf ���the
-_ioiis.ru hotel are on the flrst basement
door. There ia a ch et, 'hut uo far aa I
could ace lie dues not'cook, lie ls simply a captalu o��f tha aeveuty-tive other
cooks, who work iu turee relays ei
twenty-fire each. There la oo range,
l>ut a solid bank et broilers���Immense
criillrona, beneath whloh are >the -tires
that never die. As -tor -the 400 loaves
of bread and 8i000 rolls-required daily,
the chef does not worry -tils mind over
<ke patent cutters and mixers tfntJ
evens and staff of bakers ueeded to
aupply the simple item of -bread or concern himself with tha quality -et Hbe
1,100 pounds of butter that ere <e*vk
day required togo with tit.
I must uot -forget tlie Item mt egge.
Eighteen thousand are-require* ��v��qr
twenty-four hours. Boiled eggs dondt
yet overdone. They are boiled by clockwork. A.perforated dipper containing
tbo eggs drops dowu Into the wutot.
'Tito .Upper's eloc*w��wk da aet *o the
��eona<.. aad when'thatiflual second has
expired the Uttle dlpp<_r Jumps up out
et the water, aud <th'e eggs ace reaily
tor delivery. There are tnoii who do
nothing else but All and watch and
empty these -dancing dippers, and It
seemed to me groat fun.
On another part of this floor Is tw*
dishwashing, where great galvnulzeB
baskets lower the .pieces into various
solutions of potash _(��U clenu rinsing
, water, all so burning hot that ths
Slslies dry 4nSthtitlcr <wltlM_dt -wiping.
Sixty-five thousand 'pieces Of chlnn-
ware are cleansed In a day and an almost   equiil -quantity :<_t  l__*er.    -All
LoHf. tbere are IKK) >��niploycea ln the
Kitchen departments of ttfis <Uuge ltr-
n;,/ .m lebine.���Albert -31gelOW falne tn
Worlds Work. '
Old Coins rrom Old Kluta.
The "tniut bun -ie'' iu lioston existed
ihout thirty-four years. All the coins
...sited from it bore the dittos l(i.",_ or
ill!., the same cio. being wed proba-
ily throughout tho thirty -four yenrs of
:o!i in;-.c. Some coins bud been made
iu Bermuda for the use of the \ irginla
colony us earty as 1044. Copper coins
bearing the figure of tin elephant were
struck lu Etigl.-inil for the CtiroUuns
and New Eugluud iu lliU-i. Coals were
also Btruelt for Maryland bearing the
effigy of LosB Baltimore. -A mint was
established iin liupert, Vt., -by legislative authority 'In 1785, whence copper
ceuts were Issued, bearing on oue Bide
a plow and a sun rising from behind
bills nnd on tbe other a radiated eye I
surrounded by thirteen stars.
Pen .picture of a lleuollf ul Horse.
A prtn pictur." df a bciMitl-.nl horse In
to be fouud in one df Sewell Ford's
stories In "Horses Nine." Mere It ls:
In the stalls at'Oray -Oaks stables were
mauy good hunters, but uone bettet
than Pnshn. Cream white he wus,
from the tip df his splendid yard long
tull to his pink lipped ioti7._i.s. 'Flis -s-oat
wub as silk plush. Iils< ineifc .hs supple
as a>.wau<B, uud out df his'Dig, bright
eyes'there looked such intelligence thnt
one titilf expected hlm to speak. Ills
lines were all loug. grai".:Vul curves,
aud when he danced daintily on his;
slondi_" legs one could see tbe .Muscles
flex UBder the delicate shin.
An Km j- .lob.
"'. liifli-rstniid youmvant ti-blseahouse-
mril."
���-That must be-awimakai I'domilnr*
own Work."
"Too bad. It would be just the sort Of
Mace that I'd like."���ileitancWolt.
Absentmlu-led.
"Rtffher abseutmlnded, Isn't li^l"
"Extremely so.  WUy."the other night
whan he-sot -Home Hie 'knew there was
something lie 'Wanted  to do.   but  he
couldn't remember what It 'Wits uutil
he had snt np over bu hour 't pyUia to
think."
���'Aud^iBi.ietfnj.% -Kiuensber il.T* -
"Ves; Hie -discovered that he wanted
to go-.o-'bed early!"
snid,
just
, A  Isovkr Call.
���Tyjori-timiini toiiing:you'����n>T,"
young lij. fnwikly, *"tlntt j-oti
called mein at tbe right lliue."
"Itonlly!" exclaimed tbe convalescent. "I wasiiH-so butl'os that wns I?"
"Bud! My -dear sir, >you were good.
I was down to my Uasteout and needed
the nionegr'l"
The Trnreler^ilMkirr^-tnswer.
Mrs. Z.^I.Isten. GeeifKe. (Bhe baby Is
saying "Oo-goo-jn-bo-oo-B^'' What
does'it -remind you of.?
MT. ���%.���IH'm"! Jtmtiincts "��no ;of it
brukcjudu culling out strfttous.
Tskes At Bla Word.
Hs (after marriage)���What! Tou
have no fortune? You .Mid over and
over again that you were afraid some
oue would marry you tor yoar money.
She���Yob; and you saHl>OT0r'aud over
agnln tliut yon would ��be <fcappy with
me if I hadn't a cent Well, 1 haven't
a ivnt.
81JCk  TO HER iPR3
���tie'lieftiie'ri  tt.'Ofve T. hem -i>,  nsf
II. -iii.ii-i.i f.>il the Worst vt ti.
-So public 'etiteitainer over lived r^o
-sas tondur of performiirg otf Ihu s'.i.o
tihan-was the'lute A lexander Herrnmnn.*"����
>a agiclun. Innumerable stories are told of
-hu ti-ie.ks'lie v as oontitiuully playing on
the street, in restaurants and thelohb*��s
St hotels, and to tliis collection Mr. (. h:ir-
tlo Shoppnnl, now living in New Orlewaa,
Mhlh one that, seems to be new and has at
.iny rato the mlvantngo of itaodi'co1 <rr.
sheppard l�� an old showman, and nt "ne
.iiiiostruvalsid.with'HomiKuni'-lsau'assM-
��nt.
"One of 'my duties," he said'the other
Hay, "was tto help ln tkts outsido work.
���Aly etinntiLti-ai with Herrmann -was un-
Eknown. and I was ubio to'pave 'tlie way
���for some Hstouishing exploits. Sumo years
���ngo, 1 think it was during the season of
-18K7 or ltitvS, wo were in Now Orluuns and
sarrangud one morning to startle thu _a-
Hives. I n-ilked down-to the I'oydnts in.ir-
'hut, thu'old man,'as wu called hltn. siiun-
:terlng along 'in tho rear and deposited a
couple of false Sggs, eaoh 'Inadi'il' wil/i a
410 gold  piece, on a pilo on one of tbe
���StllllH.
"Tho programme wasfrtr Ilerrrnrmi te
-Stroll up, jolly th��di'ah>r until bu die .'-a
crowd, and then petrily'him by di..cov*r-
lng the aoins. Un thi.-s C'entMon tho old
mun was'too slow, for while he was uhatT
ting'the vender *_ .portly-w-iMHiu witj a
(basket on hor arm reached pust hlm and
igathered up a dozen eggs, Including jur
fiolr. 'Pardon, my good lady,'said Herr
iiiann lii��his funny broken English, 'letiiK
take one'littlelook -it those eggs of y> . M.'
As hespuke'hu'put his hamiiiiittn. Iiasket
"Instantly the fat wonian 'burst liite
the most frightful torrontof mixed French
and Knglish I evor hoard In my lifo She
accused, -Herrmann of wnnting to steal bet
eggs and called him everything '._>-. she
oould think of. Ho tried-ttuiucify _��_, but
ho might ns well'have'trMI.to pur.ny_s
full grown Kansas eycHwo. -The restiK
wus that she br.eked out of the irmrn*t,
hugging her basket and still loading Herr
munn With-abuso.
"Thttt wneithofirM*ond only tlnies'i-oioj
saw tho oMinuin-lisooncertcVs. 'lio<im_*_i
broken up that hodidn't try anything *3f
tlmt'morning, und as wo were going n.i&l
to tlio hotel hu looked ut mcral hefshucp
islily 'Suy, Charlie,' he said, '1 guess wt
don't tell anything about tboeo eggstc
Adiliu.' Addiu wss his-wife. I often won
duiid v, hat tho woman 'thoUJrht when s'.n
run across tho yellow boys 'In 'ber het.
froifc. "���New Orleans Times-Democrat
A ��of e worn*? tta��_}.
Th-MjiojHifcuiun'tifSt. Kilda, tbe most
westerly of thc-inlfttblted Scottish is;es,
Is n u��)lque>oi��iIn many rtsspwrts. The
people are the most lonely in the United Kingdom, tbere being very little
communication with the mn inland aud
sometimes not for months ut nUtretch.
Socially the islaodi-TK are practically u
comuiuue. -tt tbe hen ti of a household
Is injured or loses bis life "among the
rocks, bis Widow and family share lithe ifroceoite of tbeir labor' as If hi
MULES  FRCM   DARK  r,',:N��:S.
luii'.'ii of I'oor Creatures Urontcht I'i,
litis, !'*n .h Air.
Tliosnrerinrci.'.le- :>,: tl ii.--'*.vertSi,ringi
iiiino uuduj'Uiok t: thorot.gjj renovation ol
thc mino tbe day after the iriners went
out op. strike, and the. lirst step preparatory to a general cleaning up wus to remove tlio mules from tiie underground
utaliles und put them out ou pasture.
.--���line oi' thorn ii.sU not heen out of the
mill'.* tor mouths, a number had boon below the surCuco for twoor three yenrs, and
one had not seen the sunshino for seven
yuais���as lung a.s Jacob served for Leah.
Ihey Were led.fro in tho mine, 87 patient
creatures, and turned louse In Morrison's
pasture Hold. They stood uhout close to-
getliur, kuue-deepin tho lush, green gross
and sweet red clovtr, villi drueping heads
and eyes hulf Closed, as thouga dazed by
their sudden change ofvircumstunoes. At
last, uu Ihe sun dropped down In-hind
llo-.vmuti's bill, one gray old veteran threw
up his head anilsnilTud at tho fine fragrant
air blow iug down the valley, and in a moment a little movement weut through ths
whole group
Thu old leader wheeled about sharply
took a king look at the clear sky above,
! iii) brawling lit; le brook chattering over
the stones, the grass and the trees; then
he tluuw up his head, still'cued his tull
uud sent forth a .prolonged, penetrating,
strident ho-hew-aw-aw, which woke tho
Celine. over on Maple ridge, und witb an
awkward, lumbering bound ho started
down the long slope In un Instant ths
mass bud separated and wus in motion
Such'Tttmilug.T-ioiiig, kicking and jumping wsro' never before scon. Stiff knees,
dlineycs anii-spavined joint.1 were all forgotten 'tn the puro enjoyment of out of
Join's. They brayed and bellowed, ran and
kicked, -stopped for breath, then bogan
again.
The whole village gathered at tha fence
to sue thu fun. Tbo men and boys laughed
and -shunted,-the babies crowed, and one
or two women oried a little, for thero were
sores and' lameness and weakness in plenty
When night fell, they wore still rolling
uhout nnd racing, forgetful of the hunger
snd thirst thut might bo satisfied by the
running stream aud thu grass.
Old Mrs.'iiuscnm, who lives at the-edge
of 'thu pasture field, wnswakenod'in the
lark 'houln. toward morning by tbo rapid
rush of fcftofs sth-Uiduriug down the hillside, and, turning ovor on her pillow, she
infiriiHirod "drowsily, "Dear Lord, who
would .i-thought tliit auy llvin orittet
would bo so glad and thankful for nothln
but nir and-froedoil_!"--Now-Lexington
Tribune
mere- there to tnlte jtalMu'Mt. I Win ally
Illness prevents any one joining in the
day's work, he Is asked to stay at
horns, nnd'fes interests will not be lost
sight of. All questions, complaints,
etc., ��� are determined by tbeir mode, or
local parliament, whose judgment Is
final. Early 'r.ititiilng' conferences usually determine the day's ta .kfi.
St KildiausaTe n mest'industrious
and active its well ns a rsllglotw people, 'Hiid on if ht; isk-nfi at -Uiy fate the
lajndlrlona Ila* of iilalritetfanta.
It, ._ a foible of bu man nature to pas;
train lextreme to extreme. People ar��
slow to accept a new tlionry; but, having
auee adopted it, thuy aro ready to work It
to death. How many yenrs is It since
medieu- tiffieors -Iiad to implore tlio folk in
their distriets to usedislnfcct-ints nnd en
countered tlle'nvsst-senselcss opposition in
tlieir'ettisadef ^Mtiw they are .finding a
new diillciilty. Peoplo -lave Teco<gni7.cd
the value of disinfectants an.V deodorizers,
���ind t_'_yenipIoy-thorn bythe bucketful
withmWrhyiiK. or reason, trusting blindly
to their etlieafy, ion thu 'principle that one
onnnut'have too much of a good thing.
So'wo find the'Olurkvuwell medioal oth-
cor warrning the ipulilic against- this Injudicious use and -declaring thrtt, 'it hns been
found that ilislnfoctaAts nre used in hap
hazard-and in.Kscriniinato'iiiatm6r by the
publio. Not only nro they absolutely valueless vln nmityeases, 'but.by'-ireating a
ftilso Impresplur of security, they-Uo ub
ImmeHso .I'.itovitSt ef hm-rri."
In -tt'.HOc words, people iningi-ne thai
oleatiliua_s may lie ignored provided only
C0LUX\B1AN
Nl-W W-ESTM1NSTE-R., B.C.
bounded 1802 teOTparai-jed 1^19^
Prowfes a 'Clmstiaii- Hoirie fyr Stuidetits of botl^1
sexfes at moderate rates. Ma? a prepatatory class for
jfunior stud-tote taking Public School werkL Does High
School wortk saivcl jpretpares fenr -Provincial T-eachers' lExam-
.hiatious, Teaches all branches eff a iPvaCtital BuiJiaeiss
Course aufi conifers Diplomas. Imparts a Liberal Education in its Collegiate Course, anil in the Ladies' Course
for JU. E. 'L.,'and m. L. -A. W Theology confers -the-degree of B.D, Ia University work can'take students'thr&Ugh
the complete Arts Course fer the B.A. degree of Toronto
'University,'���with which the College is in tull affiliation. In
���Science teaohes the First Year of Toronto School of Sci-
eence, ch fl has ��. Special Engineeribg Course adapted 'to
-Practical -Engineering w*tt_k in this Province. In wusic, a
(complete cenvse in theoiy, voice cultU-re, and piano and
organ, in <:orijttn-?tion 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 af a -well equipped gymnasium.
vexed  pr��Vb1i_tn  of  elmreh  attendance i n������ ,i���.��� ,.���,���...,,,.,,   ,,,,      .   ,.
,,,.,,,.. mut tiieyem ptj unlliiiltod i-.-rhulio wa?u,_
hns been solved.   Kvnfy iman, womnn '       -���
and child eupalile of leaving the bouse
hold   goes   regularly   to   church,   unri
only some serious disability will keep
nny person nt borne.���Scottish Amori-
cau.
-tuCueWe of Children.
ClillttlMod ill its weuUuess Is often a
=trcngth Unit resists the strain of all
Ibe passions, nn.1 thnt holds even When I
deep hatred exerts its power to drive
asunder.
"If it were not for the child, I would
not live with you another dny," I
heard au angry husband say to his
wife, when righteous indignation drove
blm nearly to distraction.
Thilt "was ��� tiuite a number et years i
ago, und it-tar-they-heve two-mere children fo strengthen 'the boud between
them. (Tliis lil^h episode of domestic
Infelicity w.-.s recalled by some statistics thut recently emanated .from Berlin and which speak volume's.
These statistics have been carefully
gathered 'from the divorce courts, antl
show that out of 1,000 divorces 5411
ivere-ifi-inted .vhere there wwmio chll-
ilrcn.'--V. ' -vU*re there was one child,
llll) whrie iaite wore-two cliildron, 11:1
whe-.-e (here 'M-'&re tUToe children, 2i
where lliere were 'tour children, IJ
there were'flve'cblldren uud 10
Ihnese were six "v:iiiJdien.
where
* here
H��   W^nn'C   Ton   llrnf.
DenfneSs is largely n innltei' of hnhlt,
snys a writer-In the N;w York Press. I
know -men who c:nrtit.t'ti��tr you two
feet ntvity,though you liirw-l at tbem,
Vet nt tlie distance of n block they will
gi'dsp your faintest whisker. 'Some are
deaf for convenience! some for fraud,
some foi--hypocrisy. Beware of tlie deaf
mii'ii. nne of tl* Mi-ted 4ntf men wus
old Mult tiiisllu, long ago mi ussemlily-
niun ftwii -irifflii'a -Nrucrs, 'Delawiire
county, -S. '����� By coMtte.y deaf members receive front seata in tbe assembly, while ���otliers ��i!HiaUy 'draw lots.
When f_<l '-W-titt was SK-Use'd 'from:
drawing a fellow member hotly protested. "But tht!1 old-mu n is its'deaf as
a post," BaM'th'c|trt��se-lea_ler. "DMi'f!"
���exclaimed the protcstaut. '���Matt-'Grlf-
���fln deaf! Why, bless your honest soul,
lie could benr a ten cent shlnplaster
rattle 1b�� bag of featheril"
Old Grnybenrd���It'a n pity to keep
such a pretty bird'in-i tage.
Mrs. iDe .'Btyle-Isn't  tt "��  shamif?
How   pfrrfectly   exquisitely   lovely  it
I would'lo��k'ta*batl-New .York Week-
I l��.  u .       .
rop  destroying
furred and feathered
sts  are made  short'
shrift of with a reliable,
unerring STEVENS.
C.For Sport or Service
STEVENS RIFLES���
SHOTGUNS-PISTOLS
are unsurpassed.
ENS
HIGH IN QUALIW
.LOW IN PRICE
Band 0 cents la
ttunpi (or
100-PftCs
Dins tinted and
Daicrlp-d-r*
Catalog.
KeplcU with
STEVENS and'
general firearm
Information.
| J. STEVENS ARMS & TOOL CO.
P. 0. Box 4098.
Chicopee Falls, Mass.
3*
4ti.
Wfc-i Can Tellf
"Papa," said Tommy Trodway.
"Now, Tommy," replied Mr. Tredway,
"I shall answer only one 'more question
today.   So be careful what you ask."
"Yes, papa."
"Well, goon."
"Why don't they buy tbo Dead serf"���
.Harper's -Baaar.
Kean.
-Tess���Jack proposed last night and I
accepted him.
Jess���Did you, dear? By the way,
don't attempt to cut glass with that
-diamond, as I did, or you'll make another nick ln the stone.
Varnished ��� Dinner.
The monkey lost his bold and fell'in-
to the crocodile's waiting jaws. Even
then Ills wits did not desert hlm. "I
just dropped ln for dinner," be said,
with an engaging smile.-
Identified.
Tourist (who calls at village "pfiStoftice
for a registered letter)���But why can'*
you let nie have it?
Postmaster���Have you proof of your
Identity!
Tourist,���No.
Postmaster���Don't you know auy one la
tho village*
Tourist���-So.
���Postmaster���Have yiott a pldiogroph o*
jpourself or anything?
'Tourist--Yes.
'Postmaster (comparing pjiotowlt-h original)��� Ccrtuinly, sir, it's you. -I'll get
���you tlie letter. ���Pearson's Weekly.
CHURCH   NUTIOES
A I.l. SAINTS.
(Anglican.)
Holy Communion���'tst and
Sundays at 8:30 a.m.; 2ii'd and
Sundays at 11 a.m.
Matins,  1 1 o'clock.
Evenscug, 7:30 6"cle��ik.
Sunday sSchool at 10 a.m.
Friday evening,i&itauy at 7:30
Rev. E. R- Bartte-T.'ld.A.. Vicar
CATHOIsfC
Services!first and third Sunday o'
cucli month.-at iojgc.-i.tri_; Bi'L-ed''
lion, 7:jo jr.m.
Sunday school at 3 p.111.
Low Miiss'-atKl-H'oly GomtnunUni
fir^t and third Mondays at 6 a.m.
Rev. Father W*gner, O.M.I.,
i-Panish -Priest.
METHOblST.
Servic-es next I^i^d's iDay-at' fl
a. m.and 7:30 p.m.
Class meeting, aSter t_ae morning
service every Sunday.
Sabbath School at^2 p m every
Sunday. Prayer meeting evefy
Thursday evening at 8.
-fiftv. I. F. Belts., neater.
ST.fAND&EWS PRESBYTEH. A*.
Services next Lord's Dav'it fi
a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Sabbath School at to a m -Mid"
weekrmeeting on Weduesday evening at "7.30 o'clock.
Rev. J. IT. Wbit��, M-..A..
f-BAPttST.
Sdbbath services ���rCrescent 'Island, "3 p.m.; Ladner,"7:3o p.m.
Sunday School Afroyo a. m.
I    Prayer meeting on .Thursday -it
8 p.m.
Tu mpke fortrtnfcs out
uf the juturc ytm Hbtust
pal snmethin;; Into tho
present      .       .      .      .
Arints^WSBted
'To "Sell   Securities.
~t6rt   SALE Vruit  Lands ��nd
" Cheap      Homes,
Cily Lots, Viiiiiis tsiid Suburban
,'Ok 1?.-CopflOs Pa
~"  :  DI vl deod
"6ver British
��lg
Dividends    nl.
~   tlrti
Columbia
1 ml powders over tlio tun Iran plncos.  'I'lin
IS'ii dire BUpurstitlou, burn mainly of luzi
tiess and avursiott'to 8nsp-<in<l water.   Tlioi
inttur ure just-'os  ncccsstify as they eve. ;
'.rem ���Jjonduu Tulcgrapli.
it��snn�� on   _-.����� Polttt.
Ersklne .uentlqni a r*��a <-'liere n �������
son who had been -cnint'liiM in nn tsi
mm (proseviitoil   !i a -!ir,-,th'a-  nt;il   thi .
proprietor for ,mp''Jso_cieiit u;ni fulst ,
daross.   Th? pro��eciitor.vftliuself n wn  .
uess ln support of the inrtt'itwent, wt\.
put Into lli^ witness box . nd oxntninpi'
When Ersklne came to cuss exumltn
hlm, he tried to diseov^r rouie lurkln<
itllenation of mind, but during a &'���>*!
examination,  conducted  with   all  t! ���
skill and sagacity  of "-'ilcli  he w^s
master,   for  nearly   an   hour-he -was
completely foiled.
But a gentleman who liAB come ��ccl-
dentaCy into coutt <*vlilsp^it>-l In _Br-
���kiue's ear that the^w:ta:is ttrought he
wus the Saviour of mankind.
On "receiving-the hint'Kiikine made
a low bow to tie prosecutor, adcjr-Mcd
him ln terms -of great tttverense, rc-
specthilly begged to npol^jtite for the
iincereiU6n!oil. manner V:i which be
had treated a person of his snered
character Hiid "tilled luin by the twine
ef Christ. -The inini Immediately said:
"Thon'^vast^Bpolrm-f.ily. I ��ui the
Christ."
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Acrenyi-, &c,	
BRITISH - COLUMBIA - ILLUSTRATED
Containing over joo Views.   Post paid 25c., Stamps*
Richest Province in the British Empire.
ifll<s'Orliiin.-il Cif.nutlon.
Thc original ciirnatlon wns n tivo pet
sled bloom .mtivp In tho south of Muly.
j It was  imported  lubo   Uugfawd   .boul
: the time of tho Niirni:-.n'(_-.nriu"s'.    At
j early ns 1(119'Uarticulturnl works gnvi
' minute directions for tlio cultivation of
I tlie flowers ln winter.   The carnation
, Industry hus rlseu to oousidi't-u _rIe Im-  (
portnnce durius tiio ItrSt teu>yfu.-s, uc-  i
j cording   to  Town   and  Country.     As
I 2,600,000 ��f.youiig carnation phints arc
sold each year and liovists \it"otlHCc nn
equal   -tineuut i grown   by   themselves  j
whlih are u6t sold,'tire entire produc-  ,
tion of young cnruallen pimits approxl-
mates 6,OOoioOO . aud   upward u  yenr.
These plants nre grown'under glass
during the winter time for cut flower
purposes, producing nu annual average
oPurtrc'tba-iilCW.OOOJCOO'bl-ioBis. What
bircooies of tliis endr-ninns number ot
flowers   ls   somewhat of  a   mystery
They arc put-to Innumerable uses.
DU-T��t>olnte ..
"H��p ��������� marriage was a great disappointments herfrleifdr"
^Indeed'.'"
*Oh,'yea. They all predicted tt wonM
turn *\it anhauuilv. and lt didn't."
'Nothing'Risked, Nothing Calncd. Nothing Ventured, Nothing Won.
Splendid Opportunity to IflVfest.
The Richest Men in the World are investing in B, C.-Copper
���Gold and Silv..- Mines.     Why can't you begin now?
The U'e-tcst Scld-CoppeT Discovery of the Aee is In B.C.
BIG ��� K   	
Every Dollur SuBscr lueW used In -Development of Mine.
Special; Of fer��� <Z0c per Share, will shortjy 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. -of -Canada, Ltd., shares $150.00 each; the G.��t_t
California, adjoining our own, shares-about.$110.00; Granby
Mine pain over $3,000,000 Dividends per 'year; -'Gofd-COpper
mines in British Columbia paid 'Large Dividends. "Big Four
assays Irom $5 to $3oo in gold, copper, silver, with 32 per
cent, in'the Treasury.    Invest now and you wont regret it.
Notk���Most ol these mines sbfd for a few tents once, bu
over-capitalized even now, pay big dividends. Big -Four is on
the railway, near smelters.
Rossland Mines'received Highest Awards (or richest gold-
rnpper ore sent to St. Louis Exposition. Pig Four had Best
Display at Dominion Fair, New Westminster, B.C.
No less than 100 shares ?old, All Cash. Above fhte-ibar-S
can be had on instalment plan, or yearly contract, 13.per cent.
cash, balance monthly.
Nearly Two Hiles of  Railway (in Property,
Cumpaiiv Im. fio debts or liabilities.   Bend for Illustrated Prospectus and-ftcok-
iet, "Mi_l��K l"p toPntc," to Secretary, with 5 tents, ti. Stump..
F.fG   FOUH   MINES,   LIMITED
P.O. Box 174, Vanoouver, B. G.   Canada.
Bella Times
tor
Job   Printing.
*. ww��ss"��e"*WBiB
^.������htaa.^*."; THK DELTA TIMES; TUESDAY, JULY 7. 1908-
Good Water.      Presentation to Teacher
A very pleasant time was spent
on Tuesday last, at the Boundary
Bay school house, when the parents
and Iriends of the pupils assemu,led
to witness the closing exercises
which were creditably rendered as
follows: Reading and spelling by
the Primer Class and mathematical
and geographical exercises by the
other classes, and a short programme   of recitations were gone
Come, whether you are I through.
..__.. i    Rolls of honor were awarded as
interested or not. . ��� _   , . .....  T
follows: Proficiency, \ lolet Lucas;
tegularity and punctuality, Katie
Wright; deportment, Agnes Sterling. Here the pupils presented
the teacher, Mr. Mills, with a book
of poems, which' was appropriately
acknowledged.
The exercises were brought to a
close  by  holding   a  picnic iu the
A public  meeting  will be held in
the
Town Hall, Ladner,
Saturday, June nth, '08
at 7 p.m. shnrp.
At tbe above meeting all reports
and analyses will be read and discussed
I.OCAL NEWS.
f. Shortreed  spent Suuday
tbe Ttefminal City.
Miss Flora  Montgomery
Vancouver last week.
,'isited
P. B.  Grant drove   tip   to the
Royal City, yesterday.
Mis.   Maggie  MacKenzie  spei.t
Sunday in the Terminal City.
D. Gunn returned bome, Friday,
from a trip to Bonnie Scotland.
H. N. Rich went over to the Terminal City, yesterday, on a vacation.
Mrs. Frank Armstrong, oi Vancouver, is a guest of Mrs. D. B.
Grant.
Mr.  and Mi's. Geo. McCluskey
school grounds.
Haymakers are coming in in
fair numbers and the rate of wages
is set at $2 per day.
Rev. J. F. Betts and daughter,
Miss Winnie, went over to the Terminal City, "yesterday.
Campers are arriving in large
numbers and it looks as though the
liveries will have a busy season.
W. Hearle returned home, yesterday,, from Vancouver whence he
had accompanied bis sisters, who
were on their way to Seattle.
Gu.iranteed upon absolutely safe security���fccSt
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���-
llarttoril Fire Iimfance Co. Insurance C, ot Nortli AniflKi
Plmmix ln*��r..nc. Co. of Brooklyn    The Ocean Accident & Guarantee 'Corpora-
Connecticut fire Insurance Co. tinu, Ltd., of London, ling.
Imperial Trust Co* Ltd, Vancouver. B.C.
visited   iriends
Friday last.
in  Vaucouver   on
"Capt," Wilberg, of the well
known firm of cigarmakers, Wilberg & Wolz, Xew Westminster,
was in town, last week, taking
orders.
The Misses MacKenzie, of Al-
dergrove, are visiting friends at
Boundary Bay.
The Crescent Islanders held their
annual picnic, on Saturday last, at
Grauer's Beach.
Miss Mamie Trim, of Westham
island, was among the visitors to
Vancouver on Wednesday last.
Chris. Morrow came over from
Vancouver, Saturday, and spent
.Sunday with his uncle, S. Morrow,
(it Boundary Bay.
An elderly woman desires situa
tion as Companion or Housekeeper
in small family.   Out ot town prefer.cd ��w Address,    Mrs.   P.,   this
office.
With the advent of the warm
westher we notice that our old
ffiend Ww. Woodward is able to
cany bis walking stick on bis
Shoulder and walk quite spry like.
Robt. Jardine, accompanied by
J. McMurphy, paid a visit to Gulfside, yesterday, to take a look over
the dyke and see what repairs are
needed.
Among the visitors to Vanoouver
on Wednesday last, were: H. J.
Hutcher- on, T. Shortreed, P. Shirley, G. Grauer, R. Winskill, Robt.
Georgson. II. Wright.
Have You Tried
Royal Standard Flour
manufiEicturedEin Vancouver from selected prairie
hard wheat? If not, ask your G*ac?er for
ROYAL STANDARD wh��n you order bread
flour* He ha,s our guarantee 'to refund your
money if you ore not satisfied with the results
on baking day-
Get ROYAL STANDARD aad $Wl bave
the best.
Sold by W. B. SMITH.
MANUFACTURED   BV
Vancouver Hilling I Grain Co* Lti,
VANCOUVER, R C.
We Beg Leave
To notiiy the people of Latiner and surrounding district that we are now in a
position to oiter Vanoouver Is&md
Portland  Gement
At greatly reduced prtees, making it possible for parties who contemplate building
to put In concrete foundations at about the
tame cost as piling or other inferior
material.
Write for Prices*
GILLEY BROS.
I NEW WESTMINSTER.
B. G,
W-BBBgte-g
When you wish to buy visiting
cards call on the Delta Times who
will sell tbe best money can buy.
If you need them printed, why you
are money in pocket by calling on
the Delta Times first.
Lost.
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Strain and
family of Seattle, who have been
V.lsiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hearle,
at Boundary Bay, returned bome,
On Friday, accompanied by Miss
Kittle Hearle. Mrs. Strain is Mrs,
Jfearle's daughter.
The Reeve and Council visited
the Gulfside dyke, on .Saturday
last, which they found to be in a
vety unsafe condition an;l steps are
f�� be taken, immediately, to make
necessary repairs in order to have
-Everything sate ere t|i-  fall storms
*/:%ST MIN STV.R KMPLOY-
MENT AGENCY���Under new
pianagement, 266 Columbia
itireet, Pbooe 366. P.O. Box 807.
Can supply ton witb all kinds of
help promptlyi Farm Hands especially, free of charge. Branch
pffice, 107 Cordova street west,
f )$ne A2750, Vancouver, B.C.
Two Young Horses ��� 1 black
two-year-old and 1 bay mare, i-
year-old. Strayed from Enderby's
place. East Delta. Anyone knowing of whereabouts of same, kindly
notify
T. DAVIES,
Florist, New Westminster.
FOR SALE.
The Vasey Farm
Composed of part of Lot 26,
Group II, I.adner, B. C. This
world-wide farm contains 185 acres,
all under cultivation, fenced and
underdrained. Soil unsurpassed
for richness. .Suitable for roots,
grain, hay or dairying.
A first-class barn, dwelling, etc.
The beauty and value of this farm
can only be known by inspection.
If desired., the live stock can be
purchased, which consists of some
fine teams of work horses, brood
mares and young stock and about
25 of the finest dairy cows to be
found in the province, together
with all necessary farming impie*
qients.
For fuller particulars, ter out etc.,
apply or write to
C. G. MAJOR,
Official Administrator,
New VVssjnu-ijst.cr.
How are
YOU Classed ?
With the Wise or Unwise
SILVERWARE,
Cut Glass*
Watches ana
All Kte-te >��f Jewelled
New Stack.
C A a* & See ' -Pherfc.
JL Clausen,
*.*��!*��!_,  B. C.
How About*
Haying will],be with us before we feaaow lti
Are YOU -Prepaid $
McCORMICK Mowers, Rakes I Tedders
are WORLD FAMOUS,
We don't need to tell you about them.
ORDER EARLY,
That wnv &&mess you a** fi?
D(m\thli&>yGu'Ci_H't afford it
till y<*&Ve .given tis ;a>clu_n-:e.
We sell .ao feiferixJl- goods, lie
old fashioned appliances.
JttL OUR HARNESS
is made from the best of
leather in the most workmanlike nffeniKtt. Blankets,
Whips, iHak.fi. s tfhd evetgr-
thing a'hdtseoWtter needs.
B. t ��e*ther Co.* Ltd.
112 Hastings Stttet, Vancouver. B. C.
Estate el
Ws   Ls   mVksBRWE*
Kansas City Hay Presses
Wfll be needed to handte THIS YEAR'S OROB.
We have them in Sweep & Belt Styles.
CALVERT & LEWIS.
Commission Agents,
General Dealers & Machinists-
General
Phone 5���   *   Port Guichon
-Tv-Z
To All W C Ports.

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