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LADNER, B. C, TUESDAY. NOV EJ". BER 10, 1908.
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Tl_e Market.
New    Westminster,   New
(Ottawa, Nov. 4.-���Having hear:
both sides of tlie  alleged  scandals, Buyers-and sdllers  were >beth
/ ���
Well
at tlie ipoila, and .it tf in
Witt Liberal'.party. Slandei
been-relegated to oblivion
obstruction, sts will no Ion;
tbc'public business.    The 1
lavor oi
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end tbc
er delav
gilt wns
Christmas Prize Drawing
is now in fall swing.  This year we are giving away [TEN PRIZES, valued
at ONE HUNDRED DOLLYS [$100,001 and a CONSOLATION PRIZE, RRU
.Stand, which was 2n.! prize last year but was unclai azI        \
1st Prize, Couch\ I
j     On Friday  evening  last, in tbe
I Council Chamber,   Dr. A, Knight,
\ V.S., gave an  address, to a small
i number of farmers, on '"Tuberculosis, and Its relation Ho the  ��airy-
'ing Industry."
���P. uring bis discourse, the 'Doctor
*poiritefi'oUt'the necessity >of clean-
lineSs'in and Erouv.d the cow stables
Disease germs will 'dh't for months
'in the 'dark   recesses of the bam,
>wbile'tbey 'tiuic.;'ly die when exposed to thc sun. Hence barns
should have plenty of win lows-to
let in lire sunlight.    Keep :ill   Utter
sway  Iron  the  barn.    A valuable , , . ,
fh system of obstruction to the pub-
animal, although infecte I by tuber- :,,ic  service  by  introduc-;ns t0 ,the
culosis, may be  kept  for  breeding ''House long arguments in   support
purposes pr&vid-iig she is ke.pt'iso 'cl tlie contention that ceftain'.rans-
.he'T.(ii>!e have-given 'their verdict  represented at the  v.eekVy   uurrk-l
The campaign   is  oveT,
dence lias been heard  and
lhe evi-
the ver-
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
3th
9th
10th
M
Morris Chair.
Manicure Set
Centre Table*
Tea Set.
Set Fish Carvers in Case,,
Nut Bowl (hand painted).
Brush and Comb Tray (hand painted
Set Diavola.
Fancy Vase.
Consolation Prize, Hall Stand.
Prizes are on Exhibition in our Show Window.
���A  TICKET
3for a tWnee in tliis drawing will be given with each 50c purchase, and
and the Drawing will take place at 9 o'clock XMA.S EVE, in our Store,
-in the same way aa last year, which proved ao satisfactory t�� all concerned.
No employee or member of hia family will fee allowed t�� participate in
this-Drawing.
lated, 4ke attendant not going   am  ,
I ontf-iealtby a initials, and  the  cnlj
j removed as .'O.in as  possible.     But.
unless   tlie   cow   were a   valuable '
registered uniii.al tke extra expense '
woul'd not be wawatfted.
Wll 't-ittle   Ah auld  !be  tested   at i
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j least'ence a yea".,and'the advantage
j of careful'testing of-animals and the
! introduction'elf proper .winitiiry conditions  in 'una  around  the barns,
'o those engaged  in  dairying, was
pointed out by 'the  fact  that those
dairymen   .vho   nre   particular   in
this respect, are  getting, to'dsy, in
Vancouver, 15c  per quart1 for their
milk as  compared with 8c obtained [-campaign  literature.     They were
by the indifferent dairyman. rnot presented to the :people .with
In some of the States very  stfin-1^�� evidence in  rebuttal, but .only
gent l-Ki-latso'.i bas had to be ir.tro- fthe case as. presented by the opposi-
duced  in  order  to  cope wttb tb. j-*''in. and this literature  was  given
j spread   ofthe   disease,   and   the r�� wi,le circulation rbrsresWrt -.v..
Doctor thought the local legislature I country.
would   move along  these lines in        Ontario the Battle Ground.
the near futtrre.
Pigs are very much infected.    In
yesterday, and'tbe farmffrsttook ad~
vantageKJf Hbe 'llfcai__��givtng holi-
Sav to t etal"  a   hi.g.r 'quantity of
poultry.    Much better  prices were
mad;   by   the   auctioneers   in   the
lings than at recent markets, hor. e-
tUrued   on   with   tlie   result   that flesh selling well.
Laurier  was instructed   by all tbe      The  i flferings of meat  and fish
people to go  ahead   and  finish his were lair.    There was a fair supply
u of beef and ell-sold v. hen 'it   repre
sented prime stoosk. i!>. amend .fat
Uamb and'tnutton \r&; vgood.   ^Ve_l
, :'W,is  not   so  pteiliiful  v.'ith a gootl
diet rendered.    It  is .interesting to  ,. ,     ���,   , .... ,
,.      ..emand.   Tor.:  was a ferr-_i.pplv
trace  the course  Ol  events,     hor       , ,      ,,,     ,, ,,. '
,   , and steadvrall.   '.Competition witb
-several sessions  '.he opposition, led .���,, ,_______.
,     _      ���  _ ' .  .       -Jilbjrta exporters -has  affected the
by Geo. E. Foster, w.ve carried on ',
���beef trade.
I    __s was to'be-expected the ofler-
I'iivg of poultry was especially good,
particularly of the TbaiHisgiving
turkey.    With reaitd, how.nr��r,__)
'..ens tiie'demr.nd wns'v.eak.-0_ii*k-
���ens-solri steadily, "With a gosad-stifi-
piy, and broilers met with a ���. afis-
factory cad, according lo si_e.
Turkeys and geese went at encouraging prices io. dressed meat, ting's
1 were not so -jMeiUiful and  price ad-
anred another five cents, making
lie'P_tdi;f..gtr.'ev-.3c^a'Cl(wen. Eiiit��
was a good-dematil'ifor fat ducks.
, Ithe truit sales were again encouraging,'especially for  apples, df
' wlifrih'th-nre was *'good demand for
frrsu .lassTiStcck. Tl^e-.-wegetable *f
lertngs were  large,iincludiivg 'Xsrr-
i'TOts,'tUTnTps!fiud��oni(_r.s.  T_i_. call
I fonpotatoes is -stil_ *..��._, main <le-
maiid rem-ains limited, tiie  export
; tradebeiug .mon. ifavorable to tJie
; selVeT-
'Pollowing is'tWltst 0..aw.t��tiot.s
prevahttg atTcste��^t��>'L_ ui��iVu.v.
Beef,    hindiquarters,    7c   to    _��
per lh, foreq*_arters, 4c to >c.
action; oi the government were
detrimental to tbe interests df the
people, and scandalous, in .'that
public men were saidto be involved in collusive dealings with officials of tie government.
As each transaction wasexoloited
���it was met by-evidence of tbe 'most _
convincing-clrarccterlhat displcyed
the affair  under  discussion dn 'its;
true light, and the  so-called  scandal, so far as i-parliament  v?as con-'
cerned, died a natural death.
As tbe time fei elections .np-
-preached, these -various m_tters
wcte   assembled   iu   tbe  'form -of
The main battle ground was de-     MTSttsu, MUBcvpenW..
cided upon  as in  Ontario  and  in!    Lamb, 12c per .t>.
that province the  main  forces of]    Veal, medium,   uc to 12c per lb;
Marshall Smith & Co.. Ltd.
a  test  recently  made  by  himself
the Doctor said that 50 per cent, of ij"^ s"idVs"7la3hpdi and" the  issues! large, 8c to gc.
were fought to a finish. |     Pork, S^c to 9. J'_c per lb.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier took tbe po-j    Eggs,  wkolesailf, _.jjec ^er ,Amt;
-sition  from  the beginning  Of  tbe*~etr_:l, 55c.
campaign tbat-slauders  which had      Butter, 155c* tavjepe.-Hs.
beeu disposed of'iu tbe House, were!   WFowls,  $7-oc to $��,00 per do*;
not worth   attention  oatside of it,'; cWckens, S5X0 te��'$6.oo^er-a<��.
wkich led the people to analyze the      Broilers, $4 to $5 per der,..
the animals tested had been found
'to be infected. Horses are aot
liable to infection; dogs and'cats
become affected but not to a large
i extent.
A cow iu a healthy condition
will not answer to the tuberculin
test. This test has been used with
great success. It is not wise tp
take any chances with diseased animals. Cattle on pasture are not
so likely to contract - the disease as
in the stable. A diseased cow on
pasture might'not transmit tie disease'to another animal in the-same
field as the germ cannot  live 'long
Geese, alive, $1 25;   dressed, per
lb, 20c.
Turkeys, alive, per lb, 25c to 26c;
subjects as presented on both sides.
The result was what  might bave
been expected,  plain truths were
more   convtaoi'ng    tban ^distorted' dressed, 30c.
���facts, a clear explanation was-more1   'Ducks, $9 to*5.ro a doz
���acceptable tben a general statement
���unsupported by evidence.
The Kvidenoe. '
Potatoes, $n to $12 per 'ton.
Apples, 7.5c.to $1 a box.
Onions, $::S5 per saok.
Turnips,-gec cer s_ak.
.Carrots, 60c jwr sask.
'J MI-SS  MURCUTT' Si LECTURES
TERRIBLE TRAM ACCIDENT
'Vancotiv^er, Nov. 8.-��-.\ hotrlUie
-accident occurred shortly after mid-
nigUt when a bead-On collision'took
'place betvteen  the  _i o'clock-^JeV.
Westminster   ear   and    the   11:30 ^c.intusiiWi on   knee:  W. T, Harris,
���o'clock car'from Vancouver, bound <*>��dwctor   dn   Westminster 'Car,
injured;
A. Gray, broken leg;  ]. Farquhar- QUERY?
so��  broken leg;  G. Facquharaon, | Ed���or Dkuta TmKS1
wroken leg; Constable S. A. Low.y, I
the VancotivenPolice Force, head      Sif: l would Hke to,put this cdm"
iu the sui-ligto a��d fresh air. ;    As'the campaigir. progressed, the!
A cow giving __iil4_ requires cer-;people heard with patience the'
tain qualities of feed to build up the,charges ol extravagance, grafting;
various constituents of her body as ,-and improvident' dealing with thei
M��ell as a  surplus to devote to the jpnblic domain.    When the liberal
prodtiction of milk. A well 1>al- ,i-side of the subject was advanced it! Tbe'lectnres'giveii,'last'week,'in
anced'ratiou wculd be as ioll-ows: , Was easily demor.stratei that what 1 tijC Town Hall here, bv Miss Mur-
Take v,oo lbs bran or ^crushed bar- |Was described as extravagence wasi.clrt!ti WCPe very mteresting, and the
ley; 200 lbs civ.slic.i ��ats and "-00,,. legitimate increase, a the oxTpend- attendance wf.s good considering
Ibs'linseetl meal .iiteed and give as i jmre 0f ;i growing country with ex- \ ^g tact Ihst' tlierc were so many
a ratio.-. ..bout'i'_b  of  mixture  ior j.pEnd.ng commerce. !���counter attractions, but, on account
It'Was show.', that there haVrbeeu .,0f  scme  little difficulty  with . the
for Central Park.
Motorniau Murdoch M<_DMiald
'of the Vancouver car was killed
Motorman ^amieson, of  the West
Slightly cut; W. McAdie, head cut; | undrl,m before -vol,r interested read
Frank  Parr^bead  ctft;   A, C. Cur-! ers: W^y is L:^dner Town Hal11:'ke| every 4 lbs of tui'lk  given by cow
ren, cuts about head; W. S. Sherk, p mouttiflg hen? kwith to lbs clover hay and what oat jWo gratiing, ir.nd  that  no charge' lantern, thc pic-wer.''di . not-show
FARMER.     |-straw the f.nimt.1 will-cat Up cleau;! had been brought against tire gov-, njpi to the 'ibeSt -ddvantcge.    The
... .11.'   i...    . ; roots, nuoh  as  mangel,  carrots or|���rnment invdvicg any ���member in j subjects  treated    were:   'Tuesday,
i sugar beets, about 25 lb. to a < cow |(is dishonest or corrupt act. ^'How   thc   Other   Half   Live_V;
S.W. Fisher is the proud pos-^fHocor,1<)0olbsvveiglll Th(,   -e_0Tds   proved ��� thflt   the Wednesday    '"Ar.
sessornaf another (kutJlter. i'I��� answer fe queslions, the Doc-k
  ���'    ' j tor said the testing   is done at the
of the   owner,   aud   that
head injured; A, M<_Leech, head
cut; 1), C. Craig, l.ipburl; ��� Mur-
gatroyd, badly shaken up; Miss
Bennett, leg injured; Sylvester
Joli"��oi%,  \<*g  ii^tVr.d;  Lee Chow,
Cvenidg    in
���"Tite   Social
'fflinstercSr, had. his skull very bad- [*tead injured.
!,ly fractured elid will  probably die. ! 	
and about 15 or '20 passengers w?re
'injured, a number of them seri-
'ously, while others escaped v/ith
cuts about the head aud a bft_
-shaking up
!     Invitation, bave  been  issued ly i expense ot Hie   owne
khe Board of Directors of the  Brit- coughing does  .tot  necessarily de-
: ish Columbia Anti-Tuberculosis Sc-
J'ciety, to tbe Laying of the founda-
the ���'tion stone of the Tranquille Sani-
trealment of incip-
note infection.
The -new furnace installed in
Methodist Church is working very } Wriutn for th
satisfactorily,   the    church    being'ient    consumptron,    which    takes j
Among'the "seriously ' heated in a very short time so that' place to-motrow.   The ceremony is
injured are: W. Silver, broken leg;  the building  is comfortably warm j to be conduct-d by His Honor, the
VWi.llard Robertson,.fractured thjgh; 'at the morning sewice. U.xutenant-Goveriior.
The Ladies' Aid oB the Methodist ]
Church, will meet  at  the  home of I
Mrs.   Lanning,   Delta   street,   on
Thursday  next,  al   2:30 p.m.    A
full altendance  is very  much [de
Laired,
the Wednesday,
ands had found their way into thei china";   Thursday,
hands of the settlers, and uot thosejiproblem."
of the speculator. j     There being no  impTOvement in
 !  jtbe  working 'cf'the lantern, Miss
'Murcutt decided'to close the series
on Thursday  night, much to the
���disappointment of itnany who had
i>een unable to attend mi.til Fridav.
j TIMOTHY & CLOVER SEEDS j However,   Miss   Murcutt   inteud.-i
.���Brackman-Ker    Milling    Co., j visiting' Ladnev  again  at a'lfuture
!    Ltd.,   H.   N.   RICH, . Ladner, j date, when all will be  given atppje
I    B.C., Agent. (.ppportuni.ty of hearing har
I    -Keep the e\^ening of -November!
rath free. THR DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER i0, 190S.
Hit  DELIA   JlMEi..
Pub .isiu:d kvHry Tuksday.
apQSC^i-Tipj., 51.0Q. fyt year.
A.DVBRTJ9INC RATE..
Cumuli Advertisement, io <X_& Ml line fo'
the first insertion, atid 5 tenla,per line lor eacli
subsequent insertion. The number ol lines
Tcckoued by the cp_ce occu^d, laUnesto tht
neb.
Rales tor Commercial Advertisements can br
had on application at this office.
Rending notices-.9 chilli per, line fpr, each iu-
���ertion.
Birth uud 2;, nth notices, 50c, i\}orfj��jj.s$i.oo.
Any special uo'.iije, the oty<;ct. ot which is tt
School Board,
The. Board- of, School Trustees
met in the Council Chamber on
Saturday, Nov. 7tb, wit��, Thius-.
tees .Smith Wright (in the chair),
A. DeR. Taylor, P. Swensen and
W. Pybus present.
Minutes of previous meeting
were adopted as read.
On motion Trustees Wright aud
Pybus were appointed a delegation
to wait uppu the provincial govern- j
'fashim Stables*
-1 n ��� 1 m
Incurporatoi* fc&6#v
Trucking and Dpayiag.     Livery Work of
AH Kind* Attended to Promptly.. . 0ARTAL AUTHORIZED,
Art Kinds ox Firewood Always On Hand.   ; CAPITAL PAID-UP,
RESERVE FUND,
J. M. COLLINSON, Phone 20, \xm, M.
$4,000,000
$3,900,000
$4,390,000
Total Assets Ower Forty-Five- Millions.
Shoes ior Everybody
di oriole the pecunj. ry benefit ol any individual    metlt asking    K>r    IpDOS   tO   DUUCl a ,
_._   . i.mn-iiui    ��n  .,>���   _���____>���_'., Ijiw.fl    fll.    till V _*rt!._. tUrlll
oV company, to ^e "consyk'i-ed ni* aavertisem_n
��'nd chatged accorjJtngty
Accouats oi Out-o����Town Customers Given Specias
Attention..
BANK BY  MAIL.
schoolhovtse at Canoe Pass. I Some- Shoes look well au.d wear  badly, others look badly
a)i artv.rtisf_ie_u ct^rgtd for, uptii ordcrei'      The following accounts were or-; .__,���_������ ,���_11
sui aud paid for. 1 d-llu vY.Qctl' \v . li>s
corrcspcii.i._�� luv^donm-ttcra of .public leered paid: A. Hardman, $2.25; P.!
at.rtst. .oiiiiij.uijicati^iis tp editor mw.t tK ac-1 ���k *., it  t presS\vell   .22 7. ���' Ours look well, teei' well and wear well,.
jdmpanied by n��yie o>. writer, notneceaaarll)  ;*����*���. pt.   a., j. >_ic__v\cu, p__./-a,, ��
S.,^. ^_.rJV __h. 1^ ..!._ ..^^^^.^1: t Latimpr  & Elliott,   $15.   W.   D,
dEkvev^aing
Geo. R,
Manley,
Manager.
TUKSDAY, .NO-yK.M .K'_   13. IQ08.
I Henuessy, $1; Marshall South &,
'Co., $9,95; S. W.   FisLie.,. $10.35;.
j B.  A.   Caruier.y,   $3,40,; salaries,
j$7ia
The Board  then, adjourned  till,
Saturday, December 5th, nt 2 p.m.
Do, we ttEi.11,a new. Town Hall?
Bulletin Nc. 24, issued by the
Department of,Agriculture af British Coliwnbia, has just beea issued.
This book, dealing as it does, with
dies," should prove a valuable  ad
dition to the farmer's library.
EXPRESS   YOUR  OPIJUON.
PIKE APPLE AND. MILK.
We not only aim- ut  having  the latest styles,, bust honest,
goods as well..
We have. A-U Si?es and" Widths and can Fit Any
Foot Aecupately and for very Little? Money.
It wont do any- harm tp. stat't dealing here.
JNO. REAQH;  ladner, b. c.
The up-to-date housewife has
long siuee learned tl.e value of the
various rennet preparations now. oa
the market under the various trace
names   ot   "Junket,"    "Renneti,'*
farmers'-toes aad Iteur  Reffle- L^ .y ^.^ sweet ^���k may be
, curded to form  a   1 alatable de.. crt
! with a minimum of trouble and ex-
1
I pe-.ise.
j    One  of the most  delicious and
j dainty dishes may  bs prepared lor
T. .      . .    .       ,  ..   .   .,       I at* etuergercy  as  follows: Prepare!
It is sincerely hoped, thaj there 6   / ���    ,   A
the milk pudding  .uth   the junket1
will be a large turnout of membeis ���-.     ., ,. _ _       ..   -..
* in tbe ordinary, v. ay  and pour itu
and others interested iq, the. work int0 individual dishes in which it I
ofthe Delta Game Protective A.- J will be served. When.it has "set," I
sociatiou at ths,meetiug tp be held ! place it in the in> chest 1111 _il time|
in, the Town Hallj Ladiier, on Sat-
Uf4��y n^xt at 2, p.n^ TJte meeting was set at this, hour so as to
Repaying Neatly and Prompttv Done.
Che Delta Sam mills
,ijir"Ty""y!">,�� ���'    __.____���-      ������-���      1^1      'Hiijiipii^Lmjpm .-^fm35_
Are Prepared to . . .,
Furnish AH Kinds of
ROUGH   &   DRESSED   LUMBER
At, LQWEST. PRICES. Also,
Shingles* Doors, Sash and
to serve..   In the _oeautime open a
can of goGtl  slict-d  pineapples and
when aboui to  send   to the t; ble
pour, ovei Ilie preparation a porttou
give .everyone an opportunity to be j of tlie- juice and pla?e a divided |
presept,.aud to express  their view s^ slice of the fruit with..ea:h  portion. | HonSC,-     Finish.     Of     .AJ1      DeSCMptiOnS^
as to how the- organization  should j The result is a dessert that is. most!
delicious sad v_ J   _��p._i   tu   ilie ,    ,,.,,,,.    ,,���,      ,     .. i.M	
most   tastidijous   i.iste.     Pineapple
Savings Department.
Accounts maybe opened with deposits of ONE DOLLAR
and TUpwardsv     Interest paid^ or credited,  quarterly on  31st  MaiPtth^ 30th June, 3-Milt
September^ 31st  D.��embe.
K. D. SIMPSON* Manager,  LADNER, B.  C.
DELTA HOTEL
Ii. E>_ McKenzie, Prop.
Newly Puwiisbed' Throttghout,. and
First-Class in Every Detail..
Rates, oq ABplicatipni.
LADNER,.
��.C.
t uupm mm mi Bin:
NKW WKST_.1-1.STBR,
B. C.
tie   Operated   tvmV   wti<Mti   they   will |
ipve, for officers.
"THR
BLESS
RTNG,     GOJ)
WM"'
London, Nov. 9. ��� The King
spent h,is sixty-seventh birthday
���vxith his family circle at Rucking"
lipm Palaca.
fJ'iSX'Ep BEST Water Tank* Ani
Mmdm at Thia Mill.
principle in the fruit acting on thei
milk in a most pleasing manner,
fTSSS
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V* MamifpctHrers of,u\\ kinds od
t Soda W-tter, Ginger
Ale and- Summer
Drinks. X
��      Y'oer patronage solicited     ,!,
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HAY-SHORTAGE  IN STATES]
Mini lay
Dav.
next   is Tbank.giving
later Particulars;
Later reports throw t
Saturday, ixi.a;hc's,trai_icar^ accident, j
upon|t'.i��,s.vit:h_iai], Wsjlliam Ellif.j
Siucc-t'iie appident, the switchman
!^as apparently disappeared frpm of!
the face of the earth. There is an,
opinion expressed, lhat, Mr. Ellis,
ittight.havp.goae off to some lonely
sj.ot and committed suicide..
Motorman   Jamieson, has   succumbed to bis injuries*
San Franciss.). Nav. 5.���The hay
dealers aU over the  state ha. e sluit]
down on the selling of hay to-day, j
following the  publication  of are>i
,   I piort by the San Francisco, Hay Ae-
blamefon^
sociation, th;s morning, that, there
is a possibility, of all the horses.and
cattle having to be on short rations
ai a result of lr.iy, shortage.    The
price of hay is $24 a ton  to-day. as
against $ 15. to f 18 last year, and it.
is stated  tbat  b-rfore  the w*ek  is.
over it will soar to $26.
The dsy  jeir   in   Nevada   and
Utah, whieh sta-.s.i.sually help out,
I Calilornia in tiiii.s of a.hay (amine,
[ h.is-created a h iy shortage in those
! states and the av; ilable crop 1 as al.
: ready been boivji-t  up.   California
j hay merchauts nre looting t    Ore-
A very pptty marriage, was so:- gon and Wash-ii-gton  to m kg up
emnized,   yesterday   afternoon,  at|the shortage,   but  the  Ugh  price
GrawJvJew. Farm, Boundary  Bay, j anA Uie 8hortagt.  0f cars willun-
���a(hea Jj. E. Inman was united t��! doubted ly make it impossible for,
Miss   Florence,   Hqliirook.     TheLav.t(>be sapped frooi those States.
ceremony, was   perfonued   by tbe j untij. the r��ice has soarec
Rev. J. H. White, af .St. Andrews"	
ChurfK.    A'ter, tha  ueremony   a,,
nciftys  a>f   ftiendi. sat, down   to a      No good ntw.
sumpttiovis   Thanksgiving   dinner.!toria  as t��. tl e  condition
The happy couple left on the S.S.  Reeve, J. A, Taterpon,
Sonoma, at  3:30 o'clock, ��n  their! ��������� 	
_(quey��.ooj3,,tr)ps.
Milk and Cream Wsaletf
We   pay   the  highest'   prices   for,
SWEET CREAM & MILK.
We would like to make  contracts
with a few shippers.
Write for particulars.
A. DeR. TAYLOR,
0. KELSON THORPE,
Ve_ter.in.ary Surgeons.
All  Calls   ...   s   ���   ..
Promptly Attended' to
SMnceCUlL
LNMAN-H3LBROOK
iooi- Bender Street,
VANCOUVER*
B.C.
Phone 35.
Ladner,
Stainton Block
B.C.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
Room a, lUlard Block, New Westminster.
Per S.S.  "FAVORITE^
i Carrying freight and passajigers
to all, points, between New West-
mitoster and Westham Island..
Leaves Braakman & Ker'S wharf
daily at 3 p.m., except Saturdays at
2 p.m. Additional trip on Mondays leaving at 5 a.m.
j Returning leaves Westham Island 7 a.m. daily except Fridays at
'6 a.m. Additional tr.p on Saturdays leaves Ladner at- 5:301 p.jn_y
I Calls all Steveston Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Satutdays only.
\ That Launch J.. C. BRUCE will'
leave Ladner for New Westminster
at 8 a.m., on and after Tuesday,
Sept. 8th; returning leaves New
Westminster at 5 pirn, each day,
carrying passengers only.
Tickets good mitil used, on either
S.S. Favorite or Launch Bruce.
J. C. BRUCE.
B.   Hm   WEARE
begs tos announce that he re-opened
his Mandolin and_ Violin Classes
in Waddell.* HalL over- Gilford's
barber shop,, oa Thursday, S2[t��
17th.
For further particulars apply to
above,.
Mandoilr.s, Strings, Etc.,
Supplied at City Prices.
Acclimatized Stack,
Seeds
Tres��
Plants
For the
Farm,  Garden., Lawn oc
Coriservatory-
Reiiabie Varieties at Reasonable
Prices. No Boners. N"o Scale.
No- fumigation to- damage stock.
No windy agents to annoy vou.
Buy direct and get Trees and Seeds
that Grow.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray
Pu..ips, Spraying Material, Cut
Flowers, etc.. Oldest established
aursery on the madinkuid of B.. C.
Catalogue free..
ss�������. 1
n. JL HENRY'S Nurseries,
Greenhouses and 5eedhouses
VANCOUVER,   -   B. C.
tomes  from Vic-
<f our
Never miss a good ching either i
in  busing  or pleasure, you willj
r-fgret it if you  dq.    All kinds  qtj
good   things  at  lhe   Town   Hall
'ijfowpibe^ i^tb..
60   YEARS*
s$$fteRiKNca
STENTS
Trade Marks.
Designs
Copvriohts 4c
'ii..*. Council' wll meet at ore
o'clock qu Saturday a/ternQpn next,
instead qf at tjvq o'clock, so that
the- nHHspbaHfei wishing to do fq
mi-iht attend the meeting of the
S.nme Association at 2 p.m.
. .... __. agency 2uijecurluej>Kt_
Patent* token through Munn A GO. reoely9_
fecial notice wftliom ��MM> lathe '
Scientific jfmericatt.
A haoaBooniT Ulii_r_t__ weekly. Lsnieit dr..
Silatlon of any icl��ntlfla loarnaL   Terms for
tuiuila, pilb a itu, postage prepaid.   Sold br
all -omdualen.
MUNN XCo.3618"**^'
. Branch Offloe. 6% F St.. Waehlnnton. D.
VOLUNTEER   BOUNTY   ACT,
190S..
WARNINsG TO BURGJJASERS.
If VERY assignment of the right
^ of a South African Volunteer
entitled to a land grant must be by
way of appointment of a substitute
and must be iu the form provided
by the Act..
Special attention is-culled to Snb-
! section $ol Section 5 of the Volun-
I teer Bounty Act* 1908, which  jiro-
j viries  tbat   np. aSsSigmiTant of   the
i right of a volunteer by tho.appointment of at-.si^bsilitMte sljall be acqept-
ed or recognized'bv the Department
of the Interior which IS >:��T E_B-
CfTKD, AXI> .ATICI) AFTER T|HK
DATE ((f, TIIE WARRANT  FOR T,HK
land GRA .T issued by the Minister of Militia and 3efence iu favot
of the Volunteer.
Jv. W., GREENWAY,
Commissioner of Dominion Lands,
Ottawa.
28th September., iqo8.r
Otu' Entire Stoefe of
Ladles9' end Chlldrens*
Ready-to-Wear Goods
and Fancy Goods
AH New and Up-to-Date Stock* to, Clear at  Coat aud
Below.
THE WHITE HOUSE,
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CHURCH    NOTICES.
Al.l. SAl.-tS.
(Anglican.)
II. ly Communion ��� iat and yd
Sundays at 8:30 a.m.; 2nd and |th
Sundays at 11 a.m.
Matins, 1 1 o'clock.
Evensong, 7:30 o'clock
Sunday School at 10 a.m.
Friday eveiiit.j^, Litauy at 7:;,c>.
Rev. E. R. Batlletr, M. A.. Vicai
CATHOLIC
Services first and third Sunday of
each month at 10:30 a.m.; Benediction, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday school at 3 p.m.
Low Mass and Holy Communion
first and third Mondays at 6 a.m.
Rev. F.ither Wagner, O.M.I..
Parish Priest.
MKTIIOi-IST.
11
Services next  Lord's Day at
a. m.and 7:30 p.m.
Class meeting, afterjthe morning
service every Sunday.
Sabbath School at 2 p m every
.Sunday. Prayer meeting every
Thursday evening at 8.
Rev. T. F. Betts. pastor.
ST. ANDKEW. S PRESBYTBRIAN
Services next Lord's Dav at 11
a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Sabbath School at to a m Midweek meeting on Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Rev.   '. H. White, M.A.
THE  CHILD)'. "i<  cr  ':/'_lH.
I. ,wi '....  I'm Fi - i'i ������ ���".::, im.-i fll.v
I s--;uu.'il 1I1-11..1   -11'.'t lun s-!-.il   ���.!!'.-Uiy
'JliJofnlljr l.i:: ���!:���.' '.    .���    lull. . I     : . I,
t.'uliTTii; then: i ���.:: ���������-. i i.��� 1. uu*l :i u:.il;
A clani slli-Il -��� *    ..lu: li.i-j.!.:.' C.<_.t (lt-i
And llic walk ia a Lit '.I ll Im Li .1 ���..-:.,
V. Itilo plute uml plati ti- uhu l.u\vl nud cup
Are poli_he-l pebblei I hi; is.ii lr inn. uy.
A:r.t king mill ([lui'ii in thuir rural ri'.ule
1 :.i_i in mui out ibroTtgli it -n.r.v.id gate.
And lord nnd liuly lide lu and fio
'AM a tar voice sails. "It i-i ;i.. si 10 so!*
To kcttt . nnd JmvuU and pistai-c la'.I
1'l.ey Lid I'ansiill. unci ili.j lnavu thorn nil.
Y.'liik. the lidc rami* lnnisliiui;ly up 1U0 l)_^
And lliss sand niadii ] nines. Is s.i_sl�� ll ��syny
IX-cp in lim
Plnyinir Uu
ily 1 s-cw tilt; ln.on
cliiliTisili Trunin nit::tn���
Liiil'tin:: 11 luiluuu ���t brick and glow)
And plnyfully calling it at! llicir own;
Tlm wulld uie laid Willi thu cures of wealth,
And thu roof i_ patched wilh their Liaker
health,
And plutn nnd plnltor and bowl and cup
Are polished trinkets their toil bring- up.
And king nnd queen hi thuir royal s'ute
fuss in nnd nut through a |*olden y_te.
And lord und lady tide tu und fro
Till a far vuicu culls, "It is iimu lo gol'
Prom guinannd levels. nd pnlaoo tall
Thuy turn uw.iy. und Ihey leave ihem all.
And time looks 1.n tlirougli 11 llion-mud yeur*
Aud thu mail inliue pulttutt���it disuiipeuru.
���_si_on Tfatermun in 1.. A. \'l. UullQlln.
Olljected   in   Free   Puffs.
John Knapp of tlio St. Louis Republican liu tl little use tor press agents,
nnd It took a mighty shrewd man to
get a free puff from liim. Ho never
would publish n lawyer's or a doctor's
nanio If lie could avoid lt, for fear tlioy
might derive some benefit from the
frea advertisement. It ls said that one
morning mention was made in the Republican���thoy call lt the Republic
now���of a man having died of Brlght's
disease. Old man Knapp bunted - up
tlio proofreader aud called bim into tbe
private office.
"Why did you let that get Into tbe
paper?" asked tbo old man, Indicating
with bis forefinger tbe objectionable
paragraph.
"I don't see but that's all right," sold
the reader.
"You don't, eli?" snapped old man
Knapp. "You don't, eh? Do you think
we want to Advertise thnt man Bright
for nothing? He never bad an ad ln
tbis paper In bis life."
BAPTIST.
Sabbath services ��� Crescent Island, 3 p.m.; Ladner, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at 10:30 a. m.
Prayer meeting on Thursday a:
3 p.m.
The S.S. Sonrnna leaves Ladner
at 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.; returning, leaves Steves'.on at 9:30 a.m.
and 4:30 p.m.
When yon 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.
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PRESSED BRICK
Is  an   ideal  covmnR",  cither  for   new
bii.ltiint.i_ w improving old ones.
IT IS VERY EASILY MD QUICKLY APPLIED,
QIVES PERFECT WEATHER PROOF PMTE0T1QH,
IS FIRE, LIGHTNING AND RUST PROOF
AND COSTS VERY UTTLE.
I Consider Its fine appearance ��� its
splendid enduring qualities���and slight
expense��� and decide lo serve your own
best interests by using it.
Fullest details uf information in our
catalog.
:
METAtLIC ROOFING CO., limited,
Whol.-sslo Mwiufacturwi,
TORONTO, CANADA.
II rfc.su.. 11,4 _.j_u si-.ilurla.
Tho Importance of guarding against
Aerial transmission ol imilurlii in sliowt
by tlio personal observations of Dr. Mau
rel. In Africa he hud spout nights tramping in tho mulshes without suffering tht.
lot. t Inoonvnuionoe, while his assistant,
sufforcd from ohllls, merely herauiso the.t
tiki nut sin.in to ho able, literally speaking
to keep their months shut. He absolutely
rclralnud from talking, so as to allow nom
uf tlio miasmatic air to roach his lungs
tlirougli tho mouth, tho nasal passages, as
is well known, acting as a stor /.ing apparatus through tho destructive action ol
the nasal secretions upon atmospherU or
ftiinlNiii- ���iCxchnutre.
Perfectly  Safe.
A tourist In a remote part of Ireland,
iinvlng stayed the night at a wayside
lun uot usually frequented by visitors,
informed the lanuioro in the mo-..__g
that his boots, which bud beeu placed
outside his room door to be cleaned,
had not been touched.
"Ab, sbiire," said tbe landlord, "and
you molgbt put your watch and chain
outside your room door In this bouse,
nnd they wouldn't be touched."���London King.
Quite Similar.
La Montt���Who ls that old fellow
that is nlwnys hunting for you to buy
him a drink?
La Moyne���He claims to belong to
the upper crust.
La Montt���The upper crust, eb? Well,
I notice he is always short and always
'hy. ,       *
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Founded 1802
Incorporated 1893
Provides a Christian Home for Students of both
sexes at moderate rates. Has a preparatory class for
junior students taking Public School work. Does High
School work and prepares for Provincial Teachers' Examinations, Teaches all branches of a Practical Business
Course and confers Diplomas. Imparts a Liberal Education in its Collegiate Course, and in the Ladies' Course
for M. E. L., and M. L. A. In Theology confers the decree of B.D. In University work can take students through
the complete Arts Course for the B.A. degree of Toronto
university, with which the College is in full affiliation. In
Science teaches the First Year of Toronto Schoo'' of Sci-
-uce, and has a Special Engineering Course adapted tc
Practical Engineering work in this Province, hi Music, a
complete course in theory, voice culture, and piano and
organ, in conjunction with the Toronto college of music.
Special instruction in art and elocution, while all students
are required to take physical training with ."til the privileges of a well equipped gymnasium.
-������������___-__--��� ��� !!��� |     ._/
Plenty of Trnth.
"Perhaps," ventured the unsuccessful contributor, "yon didn't consider
iny little ode true to life."
"Oh, it was true enough," replied tlie
editor. "1 assure you there was more
truth than nootry tu what vou said."
If you average the cost price of J-M Asbestos Roofing over
the period of years it is in service, you will see that "J-M" is
cheaper to use than any other prepared roofing. Being made of
Asbestos, an indestructible mineral, it is permanently durable
and aa it sloo- not require any coating or painting, its first cost is
the only cost.   Easily applied by anyone.
Asbestoside is an Asbestos Sheathing and is the most economical, durable and easily applied siding known.
Ask for samples and prices.
K. W. JOHNS-NANVILLE CO.,
Successor to
QUONG LEE,
CHINESE    LAUNDRY
Having purchased lhe above business, I am prepared to do first-clus;
work of all kinds of laundering.
For ten years successfully operated
a laundry in New York City.
Your Patronge Earnestly
Solicited.
���
LADNKR
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By Way of a LcMoa,
"One of our cars ran over another
man last night," nnnounced the superintendent of the street railway line.
"Well," replied the president, "nfter
awhile the poople will learn that the
only safe place is aboard the car and
that 0 cents is a small price to pay for
safi'.v."
Knew Papa's Limitations.
She wns u doctor's little girl. In her
father's oflice she had seen a number
of boxes on which was written, "This
side up witb care." In answer to her
question her mother had said, "You.
see, when papa gets these boxes he
doesn't know what Is in tliem, and If
it is something that might break It
wouldn't be good for lt to set It upside
down."
The little girl pondered over It for
some time. A few days later she came
to her mother, saying, "Mamma, when
God mnde us did he put a sign on our
left sides that snys, 'This side up with
care?'" "Why?" asked the mother,
smiling. "Because I beard papa tell
somebody thnt it wus bad for people lo
lie on their left sides 'cause it wouldn't
bo good for their hearts, aud 1 know
pupa doesn't kuow what is inside us."
BlOffs
Wabash���How long did It take you to
fio that picture?
French Artist (proudly)���I am on-
gage upon eet for seex months!
Wabash���Just ns I thought. Yov'_e
dead slow over here. Why, I've saw
fellers in Chicngo turniu' thorn tbi_g_
out while ye wait.
The Mark* of Genlns.
"lie hns the stamp of genius on hit
brow."
"V����.  Also the gloss of geului on hit
THESE THREE $2.00
The Delta Times THE DELTA TIME?, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1968.
BORN.
FISHER���On Friday, November
6ih, tbe wife of S. W. Fisher,
Phni.B., of a daughter.
LOCAL NEWS.
Lots of  fun  at
November 12th.
the Town Hall,
Miss Eileen Johnston, of Surrey,
is visiting Mrs. Frank Sutherby.
Mrs. 11. J. Hutcherson went over
to the Terminal City ou Saturday
last.
J. A. Savage, of Westham Island, is busy building a nice new
barn.
Ed. Trim, of Canoe Pass, is improving nicely after a very severe
illness.
For Sale.
Eleven Sucking   Pigs  tor sale.
Apply to
WM. MASON,
7 p.C.
Nett
On Your Money
5 px.
Nett
Lost.
On the 15th ult., a liver and
white Spaniel. When last seen was
following two sportsmen in Pemberton's big field, near the house,
Canoe Pass.
Finder \ftll be rewarded on leaving same at
J. JORDAN'S LIVERY.
Notice.
...
Riverside Mission Circle will
meet at the Parsonage, to-morrow,
at 3 p.m.
The adjourned   meeting of   the
I Delta   Farmers'   Game   Protective-
Association  will   lie   held   in   the
Town  Hall, Laduer, on Saturday,
the 14th November, at 2 p.m.
All members are   earnestly   requested to attend.
H. J. HUTCHERSON,
Secretary.
Miss Laura Hutcherson returned
hour? (rom Vancouver, Friday, on
ft short yacation.
If you care for music aud pretty-
stage effects be nt the Town Hall,
Ladner, on Thursday, Nov. 12th,
at 8 p.m.
Guaranteed upon absolutely safe security���first
mortgages on substantial city properties SfivEN -and
Eight Per Cent. Goara._tei._s free of all charges,
upon sums ranging from Five Hundred Dollars up.
White, Shiles &
New Westminster, B.C.
Agencies Represented���
llnrtlord Viie ln_nr__<_) Co. tn_��rniic-. C���, ol Sorlh Amrt-lca
P���c_nix liisBtnnce Co. of llrosklyn    Tlie Ocean Act-ideli't & Guarantee Corpota-
Comi-cliciit Vire Insurance Co. lion, US., of London, Eng.
Imperial Trust Co.. Ltd.  Vancouver. I1.C.
We Bern Leave
Notice.
I hereby give notice that at the
next meeiing of the Board of
License Commissioners for the
Delta Municipality, I intend to
apply for a transler ol the license to
sell liquor in the Delta Hotel to
Roy D. McKenzie, ot Ladner.
H. N. RICH.
November 4, 1908.
Harold Betts, of Columbian College, came down, Friday, on a
short visit to his parents, at the
Parsonage.
      S3
Tenders Wanted.
IN THE MATTER of the Estate
of  WILLIAM   ASBURY,   De-
!    ceased.
Remember the meeting ot tie Tenders will be received by the
Delta Farmers' Gam. Protective undersigned up till Monday, the
Association in ihe Town  Hull, on  30ttl daV of November, instant, for
the   purchase   of  the North   East
Saturday next, at 2 o'clock p.m.
The QiinTte.ly Official  Board oi
vp of Section Thirty-
quarter (N.E
hve(35), Township Three (3), New
Westminster District, known as the
Asbury   Farm   and   consisting   of
PASTRY   FLOUR
Why send yo\_r money out of the country
using pastry flour imported from Washington,
and Oregon, when for the same or less money
you can buy a superior flour, made from Canadian wheat by mills in your own Province.
Oar WILD ROSE pastry fiour is manufactured
from selected white winter wheat, and for delicious cakes, pies and biscuits has no equal.
Try a sack and you will usfe no other.
Sold by W, H. SMITH.
MANUFACTURED   P,Y
Vancouver Milling I Grain Co., Ltd.,
VANCOUVER B. C.
To noti'ty the people oi L&fdaa._. and surrounding district that we are n*aw in <a
position to ofter Vancouver Island!
Portland Cement
At greatly reduced prices, making sit pos-
s^b'e fo." parties w"'to contemplate buftdiftg
to put in concrete foundations at about the
same   C03t   as   piling   ot    othfcr   inferior
material.
1
Write for Prices.
GILLEY BROS.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B. G,
tlie   VssdneT   Circuit    will   hold    its   One    Hundrpd    aud     Fully     . i4<->)
regular November meeting in the ] Acres, more or less, of Delta land
Methodist Church hire on Friday j "H improved and under cultivation
afternoon next at 3 o'clock.
Delta
The   Farm   is   situate in
Municipality at Mud Bay.
*     ' ���      *'* The highest or any lender not
A very pleasant time was spent '.necessarily accepted.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. John!    For 1��rtber Particulars apply to
Simpson, Fairview road, on Friday
evening  last  when   a   number  of
Iriends were entertained  at an enjoyable dance.
Dr. McMillan, of Vancouver,
came over, Wednesday last, and
held a consultation with Dr. King
on Miss Belle Grant, who is laid
up, at G. W. J���r_.vster's, suffering
from peritonitis.
the undersigned
Dated at New Westminster, B.C.,
the 5th clay of November, A.D.
1908.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS.
New Westminster, B.C.
Solicitors for the Administrators of
the  F^state of the  late William
Asburv, deceased.
Th ; Excelsior Club has  taken a j
new lease of Ufe and announce that I
they  will,  sotaetime  uext month, I dorsed  "Tender for
.give a masquerade ball,  and the|in8' Vernon. B.C.,"
committee in  charge of affairs in
tend that it shall ecli|sa all previ
ous attempts.
SEALED   TENDERS  addressed
to the undersigned,   and  en-
Public  Build-
will be received at this office until 4:30 p.m. on
Friday, November 20, 1908, for the
construction of a Public Building at
Vernon.
SILVERWARE*
Cat Glass,]
Wai��ham end
All Kinds of Tewe.k.y,
Ne.v Stock
Call :_nd See T'he*
Jl. Clausen,
LADNER.  B.  C.
When You Require
The Days Are
Getting Shorter 1
Is Your Lighting System in good order ?
Now is the time to order your new fixtures.
We are Agents for the Largest Electric
House in Vancouver and can do your work
right and at reasonable prices.
I    Plans   and   specification can  be] *�������        A ���        xl_..    Mnolrat
seen and forms of tender  obtained] WC   tKTG   in   inC   iUdrKei
0f' at this department, and on applica-
Rev, A. Green,   I .A.,   B.D.,
Vancouver, preached   verv  acmt. tion to the Postmaster at Vernon
,, . .    " ,i     Persons   tendering   are   notified
able anniversary   services   at   ��^. that tenders will not be considered
Methodist Church, Ladner, and  at'unless  made  on the printed form
East Delta in  the  afternoon.    At'.supplied,   and   signed   with   their
the   morning   service    here   Mrs. actual signatures.
(Capt.) Cross enriched the  music: 11     Each   tender   must    be   accom-
.... ...       pained by an accepted  cheque on a
portion bv singin. a solo in her etaartejed bank, made payable to
usual quiet but very attractive the order ot the Honourable the
m inner  while Rev. Mr. Green and  Minister of Public Works, equal to
his amiable wife sang a duet in the ten Per cent-   (I0 P c> of the am"
ount of the tender, which will be
For All Kinds of Produce,
going further.
See us Worfe
evening.
Milk and Cream Wanted
We   pay   the   highest   prices   for
SWEET CREAlI & MILK.
<jVe would like to make contracts
with a few shippers.
Write for particulars.
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleum, Window
Shades or Any Article of Furniture or
Household Furnishings a visit ��_>��� LEE'S
STORE Will convince you that there is the
RIGHT PLACE TO BUY.
Visitors Welcome.
LEE'S fURNITURE EMPORIUM,
NEW WESTMINSTER.       -       -       -       B. 0.
Estmie ot
loot Pctider Street,
y/VNgouvER,
B.C,
forfeited if the person tendering de-1
cline to enter into a contract when
called upon to do so, or if he fail to
complete the  work contracted for. i
I If the tender be not  accepted tlie
! cheque will be returned,
j    Tlie  Department  does  not bind!
j itself to  accept the lowest or any
tender.
By order,
NAP. TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, O.to'ier 20, 1908.
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