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Vol. 5, No. 29.
LADNER, B. C, TUESDAY, MARCH tt, 1908.
Spring; is Here!
Spring Goods are Flooding the Store with Beauty
and Freshness:
New Prints* Muslins and Wash Goods of every
description; Laces and Embroideries, Hosiery,
Whitewear, Belts and Neckwear* Gloves in short
and elbow lengths*
Ottawa Letter, I    Tiie Market.
Housefumishing Needs.
2*ew Carpet Squares, New Linoleums in 2 yards and 4 yards wide; Laoe
Curtains from 50c to $_xOO per pair.
Wall Papers,   So Roll Un   Wall Papers
IBIH,a* ** _. ������*���-���   "���������
Border Sold Same Price as Hanging.
Men's Department
Jew Spring Suits*
Nice Navy Serge Suits, single and double
breasted styles all sizes, at $14.
Ligfit and Dark Tweed Suits, best trim-
-Mings, single and double breasted styles,
*t$7to$18.
Soys 2 aad $Hpieee Suits, Pantsy Tw^ed
Buster -Suits. a_lso nke lines Boys' Wash
Suits,
New Easter Neckwear, Neglige ancl Regatta Shirts.
Ottawa, March 17.���Foster tlie I New Westmi-ister, Maroh 21���
critic has now become foster the o-day's market saw a good Wt-
palimpsest. With each succeeding ' tendance, strong demand and firm
allegea levelatiou ol crookedness prices. Beet was in fair supply
there lis stripped from tha personal-, *nd all offerwig sold ^readily. Lamb
ity of this man a coveri.ig which re- an^ mutton were in short supply.,
veals something unknown before, pfcb'Ws tie demand was -strong. Veal
In the geological World it is said j was plentiful and 'the call only fair,
that each anticlinal has its corres-1 P<>rk was not in too liberal supply.
Ending swic-liiial. So it appears to
be with Mt. Foster, with each rev-
���ciation of alleged Wron;  comes the
fiulfside.
I !On the iotb inst,, ? doable birthday party was given at tie home of
Mrs. Win. Mason, the occasion be-
in;; the anniversa .��,��� of it'te birth of
Miss Marjorie ami Master Claude
Mason whose -birthdays happened
to fall on the same dav of the
month, fn tbe-StteriKwn tbe little
folks gathered to bonor  tbe occ*-
figgs w*e all  cleared *���t at 25c;*��, tf Wiss  MarjWs jay day_
Wholesale Md jee -retail.    All tbe, md lfe tfce ^^  ^ oIdeT folks
poultry oflenng was Quickly dis-|Wrrved to assist  Master Claude ia
counterpart in the record of this' -Posed   tw'.     Apples   sold   readily! his celebration ar.d every enjoy-
Shoes That Make Life's Walk Easy.
larshall Smith & Co.. Ltd.
"THI. SUNNY SOUTH."
.ev.  Dr. SippiH.ll,   .Principal df
llumbiao   College, Westminster,
[l preach 'missHcmifry -sermons in 1
.Methodist   Church   here,   oni
fiflay irAt, March 29th, mdrntag:
' evening, Vjad at .St. StfJfilftti .5
[.irch,   Bast Delta, ait 3 o'clock,
Monday t-tenitg, the goth
Dr. Sipprell will deliver 'Ws
lular-tc&ureeiftitled "The Sunny
Ith/' 'illustnted with lantern
fs. 'Bt. Sipprell is aditifte-Jly
of 'the most 'interesting anil
bful public speakers iin Western
lada, both >in Ihe tpalpit and on
���platform, and Ht dw confiUtfbtJy
Tjeted that he Will be greeted by
Jrded houses at all the above-
Itioned occasion*.
SUTTON'S FililvE) & GAKDIvN
Seeds, Timothy-Md Cldver Seeds
���^Brackman-K-ir Milling Qe���
Ltd., H. N. RICH, Ladnes,
U.Ct. AgeiK.
White blastiifg-sttmip*,. Itrit Weels
W. Stirling had the misfortune to
drive a fragment tbrOURh tbe roof
of -iis house, but. luoki-V, 'Iio serious -idtcage was done.
'By refefente to 'the 'CbtirCh
notices, th.s*week, It Will be noticed
that St. Andrew* 'Presbj'ttrtaa
Church l'nve < fchangetl their midweek prayer meeting from Thursday to Wednesday evening at the
same hour (7:30 o'clock).       7
ST. PATRICK'.. Ji)/I.N .>;. .
A very pleasant evening wns
spent 'by those who attended the
dunee'in the Town Hall, on Tuesday everting last. The attendance
was Wtber small wbfch made it
very pleasant for 'those juresent'as
there wa.s <lots rft room to dance
.comfortably. The music was supplied 'by Evsins' orchestra, Irom
Vancouver, arid wa*4�� ppreciated by
���everyone. Dhnch'Wes served at 12
o'clock and dancing continued until three iu the morning, when it
broke<up with three good cheers
for the music and (three lor the
bovs.
Alex.   Davie shipped a pair  of
horses to Victoria, -ou -Friday last.
politician. Assuming the administration to be guilt? as changed by
Mr. Foster-, then the verflict must
���Stand equally against Mm.
No longer*a* be with consistency
sanctimoniously raise his hands in
the House and accuse men of gralt-
ing. No more can the hero of il-
lict commissions Criticise the Government and receive consideration ;
No longer tttfi the man who lent
trust lunfds *to himself and made a
rake-oft on the sifle pose as the protector of the treasury of Caftiada.
Tbe man \vb�� <:a_sts the first stone
must be Without Sin. Por t'he future
the man_yiho by Royal Commission;
has b sen adjudged guilty of various
breaches of trust with regard to the
management ol trust Tftinds, caunot
exert that influence in the public
life of Canada which'ffiight be expected ' .if 'one whoSe transactions
had been of a character to provoke
'C. tumendatio'n rather than censure
Man's Character   Cowtts.
The people of Canada are bound
'to consider the character and record;
of men upon Whose word they are
expected ito -rely when weighing
the accusations brought agaius'.
the Government. In ordiuary affairs of'life one Would ndt attach
credence to the evidence of a convicted bul-jjlsfr Wheh forming judgment iu a case of then. The word
of 6 Wetl known prevaricator would
not influence a'jisry on a question
of f��ct-"-neither would the testimony of a discredited man go far to
influence a'verdict. How then can
'the people of 'Canada be 3kpected
to receive nemine contradicents the
dictum of Geo. K Foster.
We must apply the process of reasoning to the' matters now affecting
the public affairs of Canada as would
be applied in the ordinary affairs of
'life. Side'by-Side must be placed^
the public record of'the men attack-
1 ed atid.tbe publicrecord of the man
or men who lead tbc attack. This
'is not only just but it is reasonable,
���and will commend itself to the
������common sense'of'the people.
'People Chief Sufferers.
Wlfh'the composure of Mr. Foster come the collapse Of the Opposition fight. Had 'the interests of
'the people been'in <Mean or worthier
'bands some good might have resulted, assuming the charges 'to
have been based on solid foundations, but whether or not, the incident ended ingloriously, all on account-of Foster's p 1st political record. What do the people gain by
'hdVing'ibeir interests iu the hands
of this man?
The Iusurahce dim mission, it
Was expected, would accomplish
some great good to the country,
aud'it was a paranioutit function
and obvious duty of the Opposition
to follow the matter up ito �� practical conclusion. However when
'Mr. 'Foster was exposed as one of
���the chief delinquents with'regard to
the improper handling of trust funds,
it was to the interest ot the Op
.position to drop the  matter,   anil.
9c
and potatoes advanced u>$ze.
Tulffig prices were.
Beef,    hindquatteTs,   8c   to
per lb; forequarters, 6c to 7c.
Lamb, 14c per lb.
Mutton, ucto ijcperlfc. I
Veal, small, iic.perlb; large, 8c
to 9 c.
Po'Hk, 5cto ioc per lb.
Bu��er, 35c to-4oc per lb.
Eggs, wholesale, -85c p.ir<doz; retail, 30c.
Fowls,  $8   ito  $9.50   per   doZ;
chickens, $6.00 to 58.00 per doz.
Ducks, $10 a doz.
Apples, pi to $1.50 a box.
Potatoes,'$.8 to $20 per.OB.
The I *ble time was-$.pent.
On Wednesday last, a very dainty
afternoon tea was served at the
bome of Mrs. P. T. Gibbie, in
boner erf Kfre. Adam Read an<
'ftratty, end, at the Same time, Mrs.
.Read was presented with a handsome .set oY-siivei ttea spoons and 0
beny spoon, Wlficliproceeding took
tbat lady 'by surprise. After the
presentation, a*very pleasant time
was spent. -Among those presertt
were: Mesdames I. Whitworth, D.
Black, Jas. "Ndlsoa, Wm. Hennes-
���sey, K. He;mer, A. Read. C. H.
Davis, J. Btirritt, Wm. Mason, 1}.
S. Mas&n, J. Braidner of ^ncou-
vet, Jas. McCaJlaij amd Hiss Lily
Wbitwort.-.
the orfjjr time givH_n to ��� considera-1      Kh.s_ Mm Reea ^ Qn Frida
���tion -of the commissioners'  report lm> and  M Sattrtl      ^   othef
ri.^"!".15 ^J F<^terln ***** a��tebe�� ���f'the family left for Van-
couver, Wheitt'they will make theit
to Whitewash himselt. Thus the
enormous expense was wasted, and
the benefits sought to be derived
from the'labors of the commissioners were made abortive. The qtms-
tion is -.sked again, What do the
���people gain by 'having their interests in the kmn&s tfftWs man?
home in'future.
Tto Horst Shew.
I     Tht fidfte'Slrow  at
The time t��� change a Govern- !jajt weeki ^ We(,
ment is when they have mis-con-1 ^^    Qui(e  ���  mmber
ducted themselves, proved  false toL,;,^  a ^,
pre-election pledges, aud are incap-
Vancouver-,
a great sue-
of Delta's
to tbe Tetminal
City, 'daring the-show. Bud express
aole of Administering the affairs of|^he|Mdwt ^^m -^USed with
all they saw.
Amon? the visitors to the Horse
Show, last week, were: Mrs. T.
McNefely, Mr. and Mrs. J A.
Paterson, Mr. and .Mrs. H N Rich,
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Smith, Mr.
an honest administration it'will bei*". Mrs' A- r)avilc' '^T- *"d Mrs-
���maity j>ears before the great Reform | A' D' Person and Miss. Fraser,
sparry, Which rescued the country j **r' a,ld 'Ml's' I McKee, Mr. and
from the grafters and bood'lers, will1 M5S' D- B- Gra,lrt' ^- A- McDiar-
be called unon to relinauish office.    mia- B' Montgomery, T. Hume, N,
the country. "Sudh chdfgw cannot!
be made against the Liberal Gov-
'erliment. A raau is known by 'Ws
works, so is a Goverhmerit A longj
period of tomteeriC.il prosperity!
proves that the machinery of Gov-,
ernment is'running smoothly. With1
called upon to relinquish office.
Railway Budget.
Hon. George Graham,   Minister!
of Railways and Canals,   presented !
'ti the House his i.r..l budget speecii
as Minister.    When one  takes
Mitchell, J. M. Collinsou,   P. Sbir-
| ley and others.
The first Horse Show ever held
in  tbe Canadian  W��st���the Van-
to consideration the ramifica'tion 'offf"^ H��TSf Sh^~h���� P^ed'to
this   huge system,   including  thelbe both a bniliant Hnd a  most sue
canals ol the'country and th.  end- *" "   T^    *** deCora,ion of
less detail  involved,  a  faint con-lthe n;in Hal1   was  ^"^""V <*e-
ceptiou only c,.��� be had cf the task S'en,!d  "? *rried ^ with thc
,   I purple and gold colors of the Hum
which confronted Mr.  Graham. ...
the short space of .'few weeks heiClub rredomi-i.tin*. ^nd the ar-
has acquired a marvellous know!-1'���^"1 ��f boxes ��"d seats, the
Klge tff the workings of his ditoftt-tf * murte'wPPlwa > ��* S^��
ment.. His speech from end ,0| K^gitnent Ban I and'the artistically
enbftfMy bristled With  foitti awd ,��� !**���� P^ramnre ali reflect citdU
upon  the work Of   Hss t:xe��utivt.
-rommittee.    Too toucb praise Cau-
'figures, fcnd he showed a familiar
ity With  details which  wns extra
ordinary.    A more logical or con-
nd: bc bestowed Upon tbe  manage-
secutive presentation of
tion of a department  has
been laid before the House
'subject 'matter   wns  'torn plica ted,
but .Mr. Graham handled his sub-
:jectlucidly and'in a  most^Cjmpre-
hensivemaiiner.
In the 'Railway Committee, as
well as in tbe House When railway
bills were 'under discussion, the
new Minister of 'Railways has
���shown himself as a broed-min'ded,
���progressive mau, atlti the country
��is'to be congratulated 'upon having
such a worthy successor to -Hon.
���Mr. -Fintwerson.
... ,- I'went of tbe evedts antJiiu'the ring.
tlie condi-i. , rt
. I'it wns admirable, j��ompt and regu-
_, Jlated tvith sech carefti! forethought
and skill as eusared -smooth, interesting and 'varred performanc�����
each morning, afternoon and evening. The so^ 'drawback w*>s ihc
slippery 'floar, wbich, in -$pite <?t
the liberal coeting-ef'saiid and sawdust, caused numerous "spills."-���
News-Advertiser.
'D. Walker, Westminster's pitjRi-
lar b-sfber, came down, last evening, on a short visit to his Brother,
Alb��.t. Trtfc DELIA TIMbS.
PCBUSHED   KVRRV TUESDAY.
it. WCwrnpN, Sl.OQ, per year.
THE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY, MARCH 24,
:30ft
"A')VKRTISIG RATES.
O.iul AdvsertUfmenV, i. c*��t�� per line roi
ttTfiritln��s;rtion,and5centlper Une lor each
���kbMquent Insertion. The number ot lines
Kckone . by t}ie opac. occupied, n lines to the
lo. n.
katet lor Cqmm^cUl Advertisements ean be
kid oa application at tbla office.
ktadimg notice* tf cents pe�� line for each In-
aertiun.
Birth aad Death notices, s��e.s Marriages $i.w.;
W. C. T. U.
"Now the action of alcohol can
be distinctly marked upon tie different parts of the brain. The
moral and intellectual faculties are
first jarred out of order in the progress of intoxication. The cerebrum is first affected. The drinker's judgment becomes weak; he is
incapable of making a good bargain, or of defending his own
rights intelligently, but he does not
��, yet stagger; he is as. yet only a
Any special notice, the object oi which is to I J                     ... n                   ,
or��ote the pecuniary benefit oi a|iy individual' moderate drinker. But  betakes
company, to be considered uu advertisement |
aad charged accordingly.; another glass, and the cerebellum
Fashion Stables>
Trucking and Braying.    I.'very Work of
All Kinds Attended to Promptly-,
AU Kinds of Firewood Always? On Hand
I. M. COITION, Hhm 29. IADNCT, M
All advertisements charged for. until ordered
out aud paid lor.
CorreSMndence iuvlted on matters ol public
tateresV Communications lo editor must be ac-
Smpanied hy name of writer, not necessarily
Sw publication, but as evidence of good faith,
orrespoudence must reach ttya offic. by Thur��
4ay evening.
Gko.
R. Manpiy.
Manager.
TUESDAY.  MARCH  24,   I908.
II you have any ifems of news
worthy of note,, remember that it
might be of interest to others and
c*ll up phone j-2.
PROTEST.
The Hindoos of Vancouver have
sent the following telegram to Bon.
John Morley, which v very significant in its import:
''Hon. John Morley,
Secretary India, London.
"India protests deportation exclusion trom Canada.    Are  British
which  governs several of the motions oi  the  body   is  affected, and
now   he   begins   to   stagger.    He
i loses.all control of his muscles, and
! plunges, headlong against  post and
j pavement.    One mote glass and the
1 medulla    oblongata    is    poisoned
IThis   organ   controls   the^   nerves
which order  tbe movements of the
lungs, and now  occurs  that  hard
breathing  aud   snoring   whiefl   is
seen in dead drunkenness."���"The
Legalization of Physical   Disease,"
by Prof. Ferrier, London. Eng.
"It is not to the whole body that
a moderate glass goes; it is chiefly
to its most important part���the
brain; and not to the whole brain,
but to its most important part���the
seat 01" the higher mental and moral
powers; and not to these powers at
large, but tp their helmsman and
captain���Reasou and Conscience. I
'Ship, ahoy! AU aboard! Let your
oue shot come.' shouts Uie sailor to;
ihe pirate craft. Now, one shot
wilt uot shiver a brig's ti.nbers
much,   but suppose that this one
Footwear*
l top and con>    er   .   .   .
when in need oi reliable.
* .-v
* _8
GREAT NORTHERN RA
V, T. Ry. & Ferry Co_
Kew
New Service���Port Guichon  anti  La_iae_- to
Westminster and Vancouver.
Leave Pt. Guichon,, 6.30 a.m.    Arrive Vancouver, 10.20 a.in.
Leave Vancouver,   2.45 pan.    Arrive Pt. Guichon, 6.00 p.m
Gives Passengers  four  hours, iu   either   New   Westminster or Vancouver.
New   Freight   Tariff effective   September   5th,   '06.
Greatly Reduced Rates.     For particulars apply to
E. T. CALVERT,
Agent, Port Gnicbor
Sufficient Cars will be furnished without delay.
Call and Fee our Iin s for
ft en V,~ cmen and Children
The Cheapest Store in Town for High Class Go��&
JNO. REAGH,   LADNER, B. C.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED,
CAPITAL PAID-UP,
RESER��E FUND,
$4,000,000
$3,900,000
$4,390,000
Total Assets Over Forty-Five Millions.
Accounts of Qut-of-Town Customers Given Special
Attention.
BANK BY MAIL.
they grow w mi you sleep
THE
FIRST    MORTGAGE    FARM    LOANS
THAT   ARE  NEGOTIATED   BY
W. J. KERR
interest is   overlooked,  others
India must necessarily reseat your
government's neglect.
"UDAY RAM, Vancouver."
2f  NEW  WESTMINSTER* &. C _
Accim.'tATE, Awake or Asleep, though earthquakes or fire
man through th-' skulk and that! disasters  PREVAIL,   though  financial  uepressio.vs come  and
'm' there aie none to fill their posts, it QO> Y0U   NEED   LOSE r;NO SLEEP, for the skcurity back of
! ball   were   to   strike   the  enptnin;
subjects and claim government pro-j through Ae hea^ and  ^ helms.
tjtQtion throughout Empire.    If our
MAIL SERVICE.
Considerable dissatisfaction is expressed at the present mail service
with tlie outside world. A petition
haa beeu forwarded to the Post
Office I^eparjUnent at Ottawa re-
qt^estipg a double mail each day,
tha* is, the mail to leave and arrive
spoming and afternoon.
The Department is nQt to blame
for. taking the contract awav from
tfie C.P.R., seeing they were asktd
to .pay qy.tr $2,000, a, year more
than a fair figure tor the service.
At the last meeting of the Westminster Board of Trade, held on
the nth inst., J. A. Cunningham,
president of the Board, stated that
the company, whiph he represent!
was prepared to put a boat on the
<Jown river rui,; for the accommodation of the Delta, providing the
C.P.R. would withdraw from com-
pitition, but. he said, nothing satisfactory could be obtained from the
Westminster has done much to-
would be a terrible shot indeed.
Moderate drinking is a charmed
ball from a pirate craft. It does
not lodge in the. beams' ends. It
cuts no masts. It shivers no plank
between wind and water. It
strikes no sailo 1. or under officer,
but with magic course it seeks the
heart oi the captain and the arms
of the ht.lmsn.an. and it always
hits. Their leaders dead, aud none |
to take their place, the crew are
powerless against the enemy."���
Dr. Joseph. Cook, Boston.
THEM  is
THE  EARTH   ITSELF.
Our Loans do aot exceed 40 per cent, of
the value of the property and iskt you
8 per cent.
1
Marshall Smith 1% Co. are building a new warehouse, 40x50 feet,
on the vacant space alongside L.
Giflbrd's barber shop.
The. Postofflce has removed into
more commodious quarters ��� the
building recently owned und occupied by John MacKeniie.
STEVENS
IN   CAMP  OR   FIELO-AT
MOUNTAIN OR SHORE
Thin I * itwiy����t_��nc.
to enjoy torn* (hooting
SEASON 1908.
Pemberton Stock Farm captured
two first prizes, at the Vancouver
H'^rse Show, lasr week, with the
stallions Lord Roberts and Dean
Svvilt.
TO SHOOT WELL fOU MUST Bt EOUIPMO WITH
A RELIABLE IIREARN: th�� MlyUnd ����� haw
btw iruklnjfor upward! of filty yuu.
Our Lin: RIFLES, PISTOLS, SHOTGUNS,
RIFLE TELESCOPES, ETC.
Auk your I).' -lor, nntl Insist, on f.,l
8TEVKNS. Wlwra not uiM by �����-
iaUors, wo ultlp ilirvrt, cinrw �� iw-
putrt, upon recotpt of Catalog price
Ban.) isir IIO ."nee ill antvntrs.
eotwtog. A��l .itUisruwiM e book ol
roady reftrenco tor au�� niui bov
��� hoot-si-i. Mulled Ibr 4-��eou In
Ktiimiw 10 cover |MMturos BooKtlfol
Ten 1'olor It oatter forurordod tor
-it ����'. In .,ttmssss.	
J. BTKVKNS  AiniS   &   TOOL   L'lX
P. O. Box ��001
Chlcopen Full*.
Hut., V.S.A.
When, you wish to buy visiting
cards call on the Delta Times who
will sell thc best money can buy.
If you need them printed, why you
are money in pocket bv calling ou
ward helping out the settlers on the! \fr* \*\\& Times fust,
lower portion of tlie river, but we1 ���; ���-
have not appreciated their efforts!    The following l.idies and gentle- j *1W
should have done,' *����u *����k '" t,lc Kicislev and Bauer,
much, toKlav,'w'^n' �����,hc �������  IIouse' Van I
G. T. Baker is about to build an
addition to his simp to accommodate his increasing bu .iue_>8,
.'.j..".'ii M .""   ,. i^.a'..s .111.,i_. _jj_ ._. >...M.im . __
Wanted.
To   rent   a   Furnished    House.
couver,  lasl night:  Mesdames E.j
ip the past as-we
*nd we dcubt very
whether proper appreciation would, fi ^^ ? w ^^^ mim
be shown it Westminster's busmo^ m& Miss ^nt.r, aud M��sr,-. E,
gpen uncertoolt to improve the mail, B. ladner, Huu.e HiiWan aud Leon j
Aild passenger service in oompeni-; Harm.
ttou with the Q.P.fc.
P. O. BOX at,
Ladni 1.
Notice.
A much more efficient mail ^^^
a\ee would be rendered the people
���f Deltt.. if tint ttfils arrived at 5:3a
p,m. and departed at s.^o'a.iD. in-
Head of a* at paesent, vi*.-. Arriv*
eX t->:j�� ��.��- wnA depart at y.$t>
p,W, UndeT the present arrange-
meviw Westminster *"d. Victoria
mails ��re fto��*.w��e to WSp <'ays be-
hindbiiad.
tt it sin����Iy hoped tbat tbe I>e-
ptrttttut wiH RiW tbfe ����uet tbeir
��^ie��t wjftsiderftttow.
I, John  ?i.npson,   h^rfl'V  mak
a full apology t*i i\j.��.-t. WaJk^r. for
T��i��>s V&ume
Oe:s!0!.a
Cw>ri��A''iHt a *c
lW,-Wtm t'Trg [\ M-C-tAts (i��i<l<l<��l,I.?*i|��*H_*��
 ��� ��� irao,   .-vr t.r:��.i.s'\ JreeVi.ssiJrft*.
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^e> Champion
Clydesdale Stallion
"Dean Swift,"
(Imp.) (5397) (M93&),
The pro- <rty of the Pemberton
.Stock Farm, will travel the District
of Delta this season.
"Dean S.vitt" is one of the most
��� e-'ect  snecimens  of the   modern
Clydesdale ever imported into B. C.
te bus all the laultless lines of his
renowned sire, "The  Dean,"  and
iis grandsire, the  famous "Royal
.artly." sold as 3-year-old for 900
nineas     He has  lots of size and
ubstance and ha,��_ proved himself a
ertaiu Stock   Horse   and  also a
���iost impressive si,*e. as   may be
seeu at the Pemberton paddocks.
breeders wishing to raise good
-Ound salea!iie stock, should see
this horse before sending mares to
another.
Terms and statkm& in a latei
edition,.
D. Montgomery r
Port Guichon.
Tor Spring Ckaa-Up.
Pure and Vigorous Blood will keep
y��... in good health .
WA-HOO HERBS
will sjive you
Good and Pure Blood.
Send soc for trial $1.00, package
(two months' treatment).
A.5ENT Wantkiji.
Savings Department*
Accounts may be c_peued with deposits of ONS DOLLAR
aad Upwatds.     Interest paid, or credited, quarterly on 3ist March, 3,0th June, 30th
September^ 31st December.
K. D. SIMPSON. Manager, LADNER. B. C.
farm for Sale.
-T~J?l'>~A'~t -^t l?t'T'^h Mt t*t 1 A .���wtf |ii*i f|ir*i ��� ..***
! BU ��� M K9B *
A small Farm for sate on Lwln
Island; house, barn, good chicken
house aad other outbuildings. For
further particular apply at .
THIS OFFICE.
For Sale.
A. Delta Farm, containing 160,
acres, of first-class Farming Land;
young orchard; new bouse; large
barn and stables. For particulars
apply to tho owner
D. WOODS,
448 Sixth Ave. ��., Mt Pleasant,
Vancouver, B.C.
Seed Barley,
We have on hand for sale a
quantity of First-Class Seed Barley,
guaranteed dean, and will pay for
grain grown, from this seed,, if harvested in good shape clean and
suitable (or malting purposes, $23
per ton, f.o.b. steamer.
UNION  BREWING  CO.,  Ltd.
Nanaimo, B.C.
Frkp.   S. Whitksidr, Secretary.
F-irm for Sale.
(Estate ob the I ate A. Gilchrist)
Tenders will be received by the
undersigned up to April 15th. 190S,
fori the purchase of the following
described land, being the SE. J(
otthe N.W. % ol Section 12. in
Township 6, New Westminster
District, containing 40 acres more
or less, excepting that pOTtson oc-
capitd by barn and granary (about
1 Ji acres) wh kh Trustees, wish to
retain..
The highest or any leader not
necessarily accepted..
J. HENLEY
NKW WESTMINSTER,    :-: B. C-
Manufacturers of all kinds of
Soda Water, Ginger
Ale and Summer
Drinks.
Vour patronage solicited
Acclimatized Stock.
Seeds
Trees
Plants
For the
Farm, Garden, Lawn or
Conservatory.
Reliable Varieties at Reasonabl.:
P.ic��s. No Borers. No Scale.
No fumigation to damage stock.
No windy agents to annoy you.
Buy direct and get Trees and Seeds
that Grow.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray
Pumps, Spraying Material, Cut
Flowers, etc. Oldest establish.: 1
nursery on  the mainland <>l B. C.
Catalogue free,
M.l.KENRrS^rscries,
Qfeenhouses nnd Seedhousen
VANCOUVER, - a a
Mandolin f
Wt
-fioo lemcty to,
Vancouver, BX-
Fop Sale.
mx Seed V" '��� e����.   Apply to
1 the Execntots.
JOHN OI-VCHRIST.
F. W- HOWAY.
For farther particular, apply to Havisig beta re^n.-.,ed 10 start 1
..��� Jlandoliu Class,   am now   pro-
pared to do sg.    For ternjs, etc.���
��pp*y
3.   If.   WEARE*
Ca��e of Mk^ J. W. \AsmsG.
W, N, Draper,
M9LOV1KCIA-. SAN* SVftVVTOK
a��wn_ s, BHi. Mock, Nrw W**_Bi��*e..
&TamtTaSlmSm Strings, Eic.%
Stipp.ied at City Pnt^v, THE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 190*.
Tk Making of a
s3t.CC
essful Husband
By   CASPAR.  S.   YOST.
���I 'Inr.ey Doesn't Insure Happiness,
j| uui lhe Lack ol li It Sometimes
. atal Is) Ideal Housekeeping��� Coin- Into Debt la a. Hazardous Pro-
:< dure For Ihe Newly Married.  Jm
(..���
Q
. rlsllt, 1!K)5, by C. B. Tost.]
T*^ a V   III.A it  JOHN-1  send  tlie
? .>-*S|    imil"
limed check with mingled
. ' H feeling, of pleasure aud re-
"^ gret- pleasure that I am In a
pimltlou lo spare tbe money, regret
flint yon should find It necessary to
ask fur It Yon made no explanation
ol ..iiiii' nised. hut tlie fact tlmt you did
litvd It worries me a little. Vou know,
tn; liny, thill I linve never been much
iif 11 .mid In harp ou money matters. 1
bnve _ I ways beld that there are objects in lite more Important than tho
Hiviuiiiiliitinii of n fortune.for my heirs
in i|!!iii'l'ul liver. The t&bles whioh
(dimv bow innd| n dollar at compound
Interest will amount to ln a hundred
jears never appealed to me. 1 can use
tlii' dollar in better advantage now
than somebody else can use the Interest lifter 1 am dead. Th? eloquent fig-
tires which prove that If a man saves
bis cigar money rigidly be wlll in the
rout; :��� of ii lifetime acquire enough to
pn. i'nr ti beautiful and most desirably
situated lot in a fashionable cemetery
never Interested me in the least. As
a straight investment a good cigar Is
worth nil it costs. ��� It will pay larger
dividends than its equivalent in cash
put away in a bun lv. If drawn upon iu
moderation, it mnkes a man a better
tiiialmud, a better citizen, a better
'Christian. lint here I am wandering
nwny right nt Iho start. I always fly
the truck when 1 begin to talk about
smoke.
'1 o got back to the forks of the road,
I never figured on making n millionaire
out of myself, nor hnve I had any overweening desire to see your name in the
rating books with seven figures after
it. I hnve no objection to millionaires.
Tbey average np pretty well with the
rest of Immunity. But I believe if you
could pin 'em right dowu to the truth
tbe majority of them would admit tbnt
tbey don't get as much real pleasure
out of life us some uf us wbo have to
scramble for our bam and eggs. Aud,
looking nt it iu tbis way, 1 have never
tried to instill into your mind that money getting and money keeping were the
chief end of mnn. 1 have rather been
inclined to let you work out your financial salvation nlong your own lines, especially as my views on this subject
are not strict.lv orthodor..
Savin;, cigar mourn to pay tor a beau-
lllul lot In a limhiuiiabte cemetery.
A Different Proposition.
But the business of piling up dollars
.hist for the pleasure of looking at tbe
pile nnd tbe task of securing enough
of tbe same dollars to provide the ne
cessltles aud some of tbe luxuries for
oneself aud one's family, with a mar-
glu for emergencies, aro two entirely
different propositions. A man isn't
much of n man wbo doesn't look after
bis own to tbe very best of bis ability,
and, moralize as we will, there's uo
getting around tbe fact tbat money is
to a certain extent the basis of happiness ln our stage of civilization. The
bliss of poverty and the joys of tlie
simple life are all very well in poetry
and philosophy, but when you come to
bitching 'em up to practical everyday
life they won't work out to suit us. A
dry axle squeaks for oil, and poverty,
Instead nf singing gladsome
roundelays, hollers >for help.
We can't he happy unless we
a're comfortable, and oor
ideas of comfort nowadays
are such tbnt
nothing but
money will provide It. We
must hnve
bread and but-
ter,   and   some
��_^
PUlna np dollar! lor
the pleasure o) tl.
of us insist upon cake. We must
have good homes nnd warm beds nnd
presentable clothes. We must bnvii
books nnd newspapers nnd cignrs nud
chocolate sundaes, nnd we've got to
hnve 'money to buy 'em unless we enn
get the follow to charge it.
Aud tliis brings me around to the
main point that I want to push Into
your cerebellum. The moment you be-
.vln tn spend money you haven't got
you euter ou the road to trouble, and
It's n blamed short dlstnnce to your
destination, No matter what your Income Is. If ifs enough to cover the
reasonable demands of your family
tou oan live right up to the ragged
. rd:'
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Founded 1892
Incorporated 1893
edge of a deficit and still rattle along
through life contented aud happy
Mind you, I don't recommend tbnt kind
of a flirtation with Fortune. You bave
no doubt heard that she is a fickle jade,
and I know by experience that she is
not only inconsistent, but tricky. She'll
throw you down just about tbe time
you get puffed up with tbe Idea tbat
you're her best beau, and sometimes,
not satisfied witb thnt. she'll calmly
alt down upou you and go to sleep.
I've heard that sbe hus a fondness for
highballs, and this. If true, might explain some of ber vagaries; but. however that may be, It won't do to trust
her, and It's safer and wiser to leave
a margin for emergencies when you
are letting loose your income.
A Mighty Temptation.
Whether you keep on I lie firm Ice or
skate around the edge of tbe danger
hole, you're all right unless you full in,
and then the Lord help you. Debt is
tlie easiest bole in tbe world tu get
luto and the hardest lo get out of.
.Yh?n your mother and I were young-
sier.i like yon an.l Anna Mny. we had
the same temptation to get outside our
pasture and graze in the tall grass. We
jumped the fence, Just us you are doing, I'm afraid, nud struck out joyfully for "green fields beyond the swelling Hood." Wc bud a gay time for
iiwhile, but it was a., mighty short
while, and then wo struck the rocks.
We were bend ovor heels in debt, so
deep  that getting out seemed nn  Iro-
Provides a Christian Hqme 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 de-
free of B.D. In University work can take students through
the complete Arts Cottrse for the B.A. degree of Toronto
University, with which the College is in full affiliation. In
Science teaches the First Ye&r of Toronto School of Science, and has a Special Engineering Course adapted to
Practical Engiueering work in this Province. In Music, a
complete course in theory, voice culture, Snd piano aud
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 al �� the privileges of a well equipped gymnasium,
get out of the woods, out Pony atuca
to me like a little man, and never since
then have we borrowed a dollar from
anybody or had the value of a bair
pin charged.
I give you this little chapter of an
cient history to show you I'm not pod
dllng hot air. Ifs an experience that
I wnnt you to avoid, and the only way
to keep clear of the devil is to stay
ont of his sight Just you and Anna
May make up your minds that you'll
keep on the near side of your salary,
and if you don't lay up any treasures
iu the bank you'll lie accumulating au
almighty hig pile of peace and contentment, a property which no man iu debt
ever owns, but you'll have to take your
wife into your confluence.
Make Her Your Real Partner.
You can't keep iu the straight nnd
narrow pnth of solvency without! nor
help-not by a Jugful. This is oue of
the places where tin? domestic partnership plan applies with double force. If
one partner spends all the other partner   saves   and
77,7) /
i.' /
him ont of the hole and made a real
man of him. Slie was all right all the
time, but sbe was racing with blinders
She didn't know.
Keep an Open Expense Book.
Don't make the mistake. John, of trying to handle everything yourself. It
isn't fair to you uor to Anna May. It is
her duty to help you to keep out of
debt. It is your duty to let her know
where you stand, so she can act with
some degree of sense. As I advised you
to do some time ago, make ber your
financial partner. Start right and work
together and, above all things, my boy,
pay as you go.  Don't run bills with the
fit
i.t,
Keep clear nl the devil.
it place, the husband
Fortune will Cttlvilli sit down upon you
and iio lo steep.
possible job, nud. like most people for
whom the fool killer is looking, we
compromised by going still deeper.
Tails about trouble! Why, I wouldn't
l.o through thut experience again for a
life seat ill the bulled Stntes senate.
And if it hadn't beeu for your little
mother I would have beeu walking
down the alleys yet. "Look here,
John Sueed," slio says to me in Iter
most convincing brand of voice, "we've
;-,ot to get out of debt." "I've been
kind o' fooling lhat way myself for
some time," snys 1. "but how?" "Well,"
she snys, "there's just one wny to he
;in. nnd that's to cpiit muking new
debts. We'll do business ou a cash
I'lisls after this, and whatever we hnve
left we'll pay ou the old accounts."
���All right, Tolly." says 1, "that goes,
ind. it doesn't mntter what we need
ir what we'll want, we'll wait until
ve hnve the money to pay for It before
vo irer ll."   It tuiik us u loug tiiuu to
more, what's thi1
use? No, son.
she must know
just what t lush nation Is and
m u st pull nn
even trace in
your direction.
She'll do II it-
she knows. Vo'i
can't expect her
to If shoMoesu t.
Men ure mostly
to hlaine for ex
Iravagant worn
en - the father
possibly. In the li
In lhe second. II nu restraint Is pui
upon n woman's expenditures, if she is
allowed to believe or eucournged to believe licit a bottomless barrel Is rend
ily neeo.silde t.) the man who supplies
her Willi gol.i certificates, who can
Illume her If s'.:o fi'le. liar level best t.i
ii,.,, ,.��� ;.. >,!>[. ���. idtlcyV ll Iw is she tn
know that ifs all a shiliii Hull the
maiiey sl.e blows in s:j men'.l.v anil
i_ thou j'.itlessly represents the very
heart's IdoJil of the man who gives itV
How is she to ku iw that he has tolled
linceilsingly lo get it. has horrowed it
from thai amiable trio-Tom. Dick and
Harry���until his credit is exhausted.
has plotted and schemed to wrest from
others, dish.mostly or dishonorably, the
dollars sho must have without suspect
ing their source? "Iluined by his ex
travagnnt wife," they say when the
���ert.-ln end comes. They're wrong. lie
is ruined by mistaken love or mistaken
vanity. She would have done other
wise bad she known.
Tliere was little Billy Wntson. win.
hnd nn office on the same floor with nn
downtown. He wont to tbe devil try
ing to supply his wife with nil the tin
she could spend ijnd tried to jump tin
game with a clothesline. Slie eiuighi
him In the net nnd cut hlm down, inr.
ho ill .n't "out hlm cold." No, by gin
pf.ir. she stuck to him like sealing wa>
i  a   pntr  of   Sunday   trousers,   piil|et"
-T1*_T
Allowed to believe that a bottomless barret U readily utixsulble.
butcher, the baker or even the caudle-
stick maker. Pay cnsli on the spot for
everything you buy. Then you cuu ut
lenst be sure that no overgrown bills
will fly up nud bump you In the face
tlie first of tlio month. Then you need
bave no fear of pesky collectors biding
in ambush at every coruer. Then you
can walk straight down the main stroet
with your bead up like a thoroughbred
and you can look any man gipmie hi
the eye nnd say. "Doggone your picture, 1 don't owe you a blamed cent!''
1 tell you. John, no man knows tlie Joy
of independence until he has been
tlirougli the mill of the gods that grind
smallest of nil. Old Tom Jefferson de
elnrod Hint nil men nre entitled to life
liberty nnd the pursuit of happiness
Tlie man in debt is permitted to live
but the rest is denied blm. How in the
name of Christopher Columbus can n
poor incumbered critter pursue happiness when he himself is being pursued
around tbe block and dowu the alley-
by a Nemesis with a bill? He can't de
It, nnd you can bet your last nlcke:
that happiness is not going tolmut bin
up. She's a lady, all rigid, aud there
fore to be wooed, hut no mnn ln debt
ever yet got on her eligible list.
Now. son, It may be thnt I've goui
off half cocked In tliis mntter, as I'll
admit 1 often da It may be that youi
rpnuo..t for monev is based upou con
siilerations perfectly proper; flint yoi
nnd your dear little girl, dear to uu
and your mother as well ns to you. nr
trotting down the big road at just th
puce and in just the direction wi
won in uavc ..... ...   :.'i'"   ".ii".. I hav.
To make fortunes out
of the future you must
put sumethinK Into the
present    ....
Agents Wanted
To   Sell   Securities.
FOR   SALE Hr.it Lauds am!
��� Cheap      Homes,
Cily Lots, 1'nrms and Suburban
Acreage, ifcc,
(iold-Cfpp'ers Pay
Big Dividends   all
over British
. .       Columbia
BRITISH - COLUMBIA - ILLUSTRATED
Continuing over 100 Views.   Post paid 25c, Stamps.
Richest Province in the British Empire.
.Nothing Risked, Nothing Gained. Nothing Ventured, Nothing Won.
Splendid Opportunity to Invest.
The Richest Men in the World are investing in IJ. C. Copper-
Gold and Silver Mines.     Why can't you begin now?
The Greatest Qold-Copper Discovery of the Age Is in I3.C.|
lOuuuniLU uuu mui
lis try Dollar Subscribed used In Development of Mine.I
Special Offer���20c per Share, will shortly aJvance to $1.00
Mines directly west of Le Roi and T.e Roi No. 2, shares
sold from 5 cents to $100.00; and Consolidated Mining and
Smelting Co. ot Canada, Ltd., shares $150.00 each; the Giant
California, adjoining our own, shares about $110.00; Granby
Mine pain over $3,000,000 Dividends per year; Gold-copper
mines in British Columbia paid Lnrge Dividends. Big Four
assays trom $5 to $800 in gold, copper, silver, with 32 per
cent, in the Treasury.    Invest now and you wont regret it.
Notk���Most of these mines sold for a few cents once, bu
over-capitalized even now, pay big dividends. Big Four is on
the railway, near smelters.
Rossland Mines received Highest Awards lor richest gold-
copper ore sent to St. Louis Exposition. Rifl! Four had Best
Display at Dominion Fair, New Westminster, B.C.
No less than too shares fold, All Cash. Above this shares
can be had on instalment plan, or yearly contract, 15 per cent.
cash, balance monthly.
Nearly Two ililes of Pailway on Property,
Company has no debts or liabilities.   Send for Illustrated Prospectus and Booklets "Mining Up-to-Date," to Secretary, with 5 cents in staiupk.
BIG   FO  R   NINES,   LIMITED
P.O. Box 174, Vanoouver, B. G.   Canada.
The
a Times
CHURCH   NOTICES.
ALL, SAINTS.
(Anglican.)
Holy Communion���ist and 3rd
Sundays at St.30 a.m.; 2nd and 4th
Sundays at n a.m.
.Matins, n o'clock.
Evensong, 7:30 o'clock.
Sunday .School at 10 a.m.
Friday evening, Litany at^o.
Rev. E. R. Bartlett, M.A., Vicar
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 Moi days at 6 a.m.
Rev. Father Wagner, O.M.I.,
Parish Priest.
METHODIST.
Services next Lord's Day at 11
a. m.and 7:30 p.m.
Class meeting, after the morning
service every Sunday.
Sal1 hath School at 2 p tn every
Sunday. Prayer meeting every
Thursday evening at 8.
Rev. J. F. Betts. pastor
ST. ANDREW S PRHSBYTEKIAN
Services next Lord's Dav at 11
i.tn. and 7.30 p.m.
Sabbath School at 10 a m Mid-
..eek meeting on Friuay evenu t,
at 7.30 o'clock.
Rev. J. H. White, M.A.
BAPTIST.
Sabbath services ��� Crescent Island, 3 p.m.; Ladner, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at 10:30 a. m.
Prayer "meeting en Thursday a
3 p.m.
Rev. A, H. H<infley, pastor.
No overgrown Mil. trlli Hy op and hutne
ynu In tin- tace
snlit or ti'tcil id say  won 1 n" you im.s
liiinn. mid so I piwli it over ti  yuu n'ltll
my   love  uud   uiy   blessing     \ ours  as
ever, iOH.N SXKK1)
Changing Branca ot Tobacco.
"Ill tobacco UNi'd li.i- pipes it is ((Ult.
11 usual tiling for ainokei's to fbilllge
tlit.li- brand every tv.o yi.n-s or -So.'
snid 11 dealer in Such tilings, "though
on tlie other llitlitl. there are sonic men
who never change Tills changing is in
tunny cast's siui|iiy a habit, hut one
which hus heen acquired lti n vui'ioiM
way.
"The men who make such changes
declare tliey have simply got tired 0/
the old brand, whereas, as n matter of
fact, it is often 11 ense where the brand
bas deteriorated in quality, it used tu
be 11 common thing for snine manufacturers to put out 11 new h.iinil nf smoking tobacco so i-'ooil that it eouiil not be
sold at a |jfolil at lhe price asked. TU!_
speedily boomed the brand to phenomenal popularity, nml then slowly, ee
slowly that it would not lie until'Kl lor
11 long time, the insn.n'actuivi- would
proceed tog;, liii- nmney lines by usluij
inferior stock in t-lie brand.
"Fortune, were imuVe iu this way.
and many a man who Dually gave up
Ills I'avujiH' hriiiiil never knew uuy-
thing except tlid I he (mil gr��wo tire<!
of It. Many men who changed often
for tills cause, -however, uow make It u
point to ("linage regularly."���Philadelphia Uecoi'd.
His Desire.
A patient In a hospital ivns ordered
by the doctor 11 diet of chicken and old
madeira. When asked how be liked
that regimen, he replied:
"It would be all right if the chicken
was the u^e of the wine nud the wins
that of the chickcu."���II Hondo per
lildere.
Beautiful Star.
"You are the star of the evening.
Miss Schmidt."
"indeed? Yuu lira the tirst nrtio tuts
told me so."
"In that esse, as the discoverer of a
new star, 1 urn eutitled to give it uiy
name.   Will your accept It?"
filftmnrck   nnd   (Iranf.
Sidney Whitman iu his "Personal
Uemitiisceuces of Prince Bismarck"
says:
'���Bismarck's Intimate friendship wit*
Motley, the historian, ls well known.
Ue was also particularly attached te
George Bancroft, so that when It became a question of Bancroft being recalled from bis post of United State*
minister at Berlin Bismarck wrote specially to bis friend Motley and begged
him to Intercede witb tbe president ta
alio-tv Bancroft to remain, and he did
remain.
"Bismarck told me that when General Grant came to Berlin be accompanied him to see one of the reviews at
the Tempelhofet- feld. Grant was not
well that day, and tbey bad to drive
out ln a closed carriage. Grant looked
downcast and told Bismarck that It
worried him to think that be was ta
meet the Prussian soldiers sitting cuddled up ln a carriage like any ordinary
civilian. 'Never you mind that. General
Grant,' Bismarck said. 'Yon may alt
here bidden trom view, but our soldiers are well aware what ior; of light-
lug man ls ln this closed carriage.'"
A PtraUt Imp����oli��_l.
The parable of the wise man
built his house upon a rock and ot the
���ther mnn wbo built on tbe sands waa
uttered before tb* "bouse with modem
Improvements" bad made Its appearance -or modern snnltary science bad
been evolved. A rock foundation ll unimpeachable for stability, but It may
be very bad when it comes to a matter
of drainage, whether It be for tbe disposal of sewage or of surface or ground
wnter. A cellar excavated ln tbe rock
Is usually a wet cellar, because tbe water leeches tbrougb tbe crevices and
seams lu the rock, and It ls both difficult and expensive to trench and drain
properly about the walls of a building
in a medium so bard to excavate. Te
be snre. If tbe rock drops away quickly on a sharp grade tbis difficulty may
be altogether a minor one. A good
gravel soil Is one of tbe beat to build
upon in respect both to drainage and
to the stability of tbe house, and compact sand, if not subject to tbe actios
of running water. Is a most excellent
foundation and a thoroughly good medium.
A Tr������*��_i:lo__
Margaret���No. yon cannot stay, tee*.
Tour mother ssys It Is absolutely nee-
esaary for you te oome bome.
Elteabetb-Oli, dear! 1' MmetiM
think tbat mother la tbe inventor <���!
neceactty Instead ot necessity Mug iee
mother ef invention. TNE DELTA TIME?, TUESDAY, MARCH 24, -$o&
j>�� i. .'i.jTi*.   1.        ''
UOCAh NEWS.
T--nyr-a.sln_.v
- ;       ��� - " -...-���.-..   -_- .!-
H.   McCormick,  of Vancouver,
paid a short visit here last week.
N. A. McDiarmid left, on Saturday last, on a business visit to the
Capital.
Mrs. D. Anderson returned hone,
yesterday, from a visit to friends in
the Terminal City.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. London,
pf Westham Island, paid a short
a. isit here on Friday last.
Mrs. P. Shirley spent Sunday in
the Royal City, the gtjest oi her
���ister, Mrs. Fred Jackson.
Guaranteed upon absolutely safe security-=-first
mortgages on substantial city properties Seven and
Eight Per Cent. Guaranteed, free of all charges,
upon sums ranging from Five Hundred Dollars up.
White, Shiles & (��,
New Westminster, B.C.
Agencies Represented���
Misses Elsie Benson and Florence Kirkland were among,, the
passengeis front up riyer on Tues
(day last.
His Honor Judge Howay returned home, this morning, after a
Short visit here, the guest of Paul
jUdntf.
Geo. Grauer is getting ready to
warm things up at the Bay. having
flite a large amount of slashed land
{to burn over.
The S.S. Sonoma leaves Ladner
j��t ��:3o a.m. and 5:30 p.m.; returning, leaves Steveston a. 9:30 a.m.
���ad 4:30 p.m.
I
Mrs. McKiflnon. of Edmonton,
Alta., returned home, yesterday,
after spending a couple of weeks
here the guest of Mrs. A. Davie.
Friends of Mrs. Fenton will regret to iearn that, after having
recovered somewhat from her re
cent illness, she has taken a relapse
and is at present very ill.
B. H. Weare went over to the
Terminal  City, yesterday, to take
in the musical treat, Kreisler-Bauer
poncert, wbich took place last even
hag in the Opera House there.
The sacred stereopticon lecture,
given in the Baptist /Church, on
Wednesday evening last, was a
great success. The church was
packed snd everyone was well
pleased.
Next Sabbath morning at 11
o'clock, Rev. Mr. White will conduct a special service for. the children and in th* evening, at 7:30,
his subject will be "The Observance of the Sabbath Day."
The work of stumping and clearing tbe Slough road is nearing completion, and the fences are being
aet up on the corrected line, which,
when complete, will make a great
improvement in tbe general appear-
pnce of this highway, as well as
enhancing the value of the adjoining properties.
TAKE WARNING.
The Imperial Post Office authorities are calling attention to the
fact that several parcols marked in
Panada addressed to the Unitid
Kingdom, whicli, on being opened
at Liverpool, were found to contain matches, and, in one case, fireworks. The enclosing of matches
���nd other inflammable or explosive
paterial in mail matter is a serious
offence. It is likely to endanger
tbe safety of vessels and the lives
ot passengers. Investigation by
th* Post Office authorities developed the lact that the persons at fault
���re for the most part new arrivals
treat the Old Country. The department is determined to make aa
example oi the next case.
Hartlord Fire Iniurance Co. 1 iitufantt C, ol North Amerlc*
I'hcrni_ Imur .nee Co. or Brooklyn    The Ocean AcOident & Guarantee Corpora'-
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. ' Hon, Ltd., of London, Kng.
' Imperial Truat Co.. Ltd.   Vancouver. B.C.
i__   L._ ..:.       ii~~
Royal Standard Flour
Success crowns every bake-day when ROYAL
STANDARD FLOUR is used, It produces light,
white, delicious, nutritious bread���always the
same���always satisfying and satisfactory.
In ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR you get
every particle of the strength and gluten of th��
wheat without a speck of its unwholesome ingredients.
ROYAL STANDARD will please you. "Incidentally it will effect a material saving in your
flour bill as it gives more loaves of bread to the
sack than any other flour on the market.
Try it and you will use no other,
Sold by W, H. SMITH,
MANUF.A.CTORED   BY
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co., Ltd.,
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
llll^^ff Lemre
Limited*
1016 Westminster AVeflue
Vancouver, B.C.
Just Received
Two    Cars    Cyphers    fttcVibators,
One    Car    Swift1*    Beef   Scraps,
FULL UNI.
POULTRY SUPPLIES
To notify the people Of Ladiier &fid ftUr*
rounding district that we afe HOW in fe
position to offer Vancouver Island
Portland  Cement
i
At greatly reduced pfiees, rftakiag it po*
sible for parties who contemplate building
to put in concrete fo-indations at abblit the
same cost as piling or other inferior
material,
Write for Pr ices*
GILLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER.
BROS*
B,0��
Calvert & Lewis,
Agents,
LADNER,     ��     -     B. C.
Tenders Wanted.
Tenders will be received by the
Delta Municipal Council up till
noon of Saturday, April nth, for
clearing the Mackie road.
For further particulars apply to
N. A. McDIARMID,
CM.C.
I.adner, March iSth. 1908.
{SEALED TENDERS addressed
to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for heating Post
Office, Vancouver, B.C.," will be
received at this office until Satur*
day, April 25, 1908, inclusively,
for the construction of a Heating
System ior the Public Building at
Vancouver, B.C.
Plans and specifications can be
seen and forms of tender obtained
on application at this Department,
from Mr. W. Henderson, Superintending Architect, Victoria, B. C,
and from Mr. Charles Tossell,
Clerk of Works, Vancouver, B.C.
Persons tendering are notified
that tenders will not be considered
unless made on the printed form
supplied, and signed with their
actual signatures.
Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a
chartered bank, made payable to
the order of the Honorable the
Minister of Public Works, equal to
ten per cent (10 p.c.) of the amount
of the tender, which will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to
enter into a contract wh��n called
upon to do so, or if "he tail to complete the work contracted for. It
the tender be not accepted the
cheque will be returned.
The Department does not bind
itself to accept the lowest or any
tender.
By order,
FRED. GELINAS
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ofiaj. a, March 12, 1908.
Newspapers will not be paid for
this advertisement if they insert it
without authority liora the Department. ���
Clean Seed ����.������.*
Clean Crops
Advance Fanning Mills Can't be Beat
Come and see our line of Fairbanks*
Norse BOAT MOTORS, I, 2 & 3
Cylinder 2 Cycle.
(Guaranteed in Ever)/ Way.)
Are you raising Early Chicks ?
They are the Ones Thai Pay
Purebred Eggs for Hatching s
Buff Orpingtons Black Orpingtons
Wnitft Minorcas
Plymouth Rocks       Spangled Hiamburga
1.50 per Setting of 13 Egga
CALVERT & LEWIS,
Commission Agents,
General Dealers & Machinists-
SILVERWARE,
Cut Glass*
Watches aaa
AH Kind* of TewellefVi
New Stoek-
Call aad @��* T'heitt,
M Clausen,
tADNER.,  B. C.
"������ ��� 	
Horse (Roods*
Of Vvef-y Ascription can be
foubd hertev There's b-A .i
thing missihg whicli aught
to be io it. Everything
needed in stable, bam and
harness room included. I.*-
ery article has beeu gathered
with great t.11^ aYid you will
// not have a chance to coim
"plain about their <q..,a-lity.
B. C. Leather Co., Ltd.
112 Hastings Street, Vancouver, B. C
"��������. B'__HHMM_fc
Estate ol
W.   L.   McBRIDE,
���
General Merchant
Phone 5,   -   Port Guichon
Produce
To All B. C Porte,

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