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LADNER, B. C TUESDAY. AWiUST 4, l��>08.
Haying Necessities*
i\mmm creeh watb* is or. m�� orcos
It pays to use the very best salt you can obtain
Cor your Hay.   WE HAVE IT.    Ask for LIVERPOOLjf^e
COARSE SALT.
The four samples of water taken from Anderson
Creek, above where it is proposed to put down the intake,
have been analyzed and pronounced to be "Good for
Domestic Purposes."
Vani
'A-I
at thc PortRoyal City Rejoices
Hay Forks and Carriers,  Blocks, Cable
and
Everything' Necessary for Making Hay.
A   fire   occurred   on   Thursday j    Xew   Westminster,
night'last, at about  10:15 o'clock, [East Dig bt.'was probably tlie
It is n pleasure to   announce  tlie
tact tbat on Monday, August 17th,
~' the   Barnum   &    Bailey   Greatest
Siiow on Earth will  give   two performances  in   Vancouver, '.hus  af-
��� fording an opportunity to the peo-
juu,   28.��� ' l''e ��' ''''s distrii-'l to visit llic gteal-
live-
_t amusement enterprise the world
which   completely    destroyed   the j liest that tl.e  old   Koyal   City   hasj    pjg^.^" years   ���1C   Harnutn
granary and wharf belonging to the (ever seen, and   the  festivities  tbat ,& Bailey show has led the world in
!       ._ __.,._ !.i   as  iU_  ...rn. tltnl. s ,     . .      -..._,     ,
Guichon Estate and tbe large ware
house,  granary   and   wharf owned
by tbe W. L. McBride Estate. The
catise   f the fire is unknown.
"he ioss of these   buildings  will j In the east the team has been given j
FRUIT   JARS.
500 Dozen. - - 500 Dozen.
Pints, Quarts and   Half Gallons.
marked the receipt ot" the news that an mauers pertaining to big amuse
the boys had annexed the Minto ments. There is not a country on
silverware will go down in local earth where it is not asI well known
history as an epoch-making  event.!as in America, nor  a  city  of any
| size in   the  world   where its mam-
^_^________���_____������_______���__���.     ! _______ tents bave not  been  pitched.
be a detriment to tbis district, and jthe nameof the "Family Compact," ; Royaity has applauded it and the
it is sincerely hoped tbat new j because of so many of the members peasantry has marvelled at it, and
buildings will be erected   on   these j having the same name. I all the world, civilized and savage,
sites   efficiently    commodious   to      Their achievements in Montreal has contributed to   ils multiplicity
handle, with the B.-K. Co.'s build- during   (fatalist  two   weeks  were of attractions,
ings      he   hay   and   grain   to  be celebrated .t home last night by a      The spirit o    its  great founder,
u      i   i   hZZ ��� ! familv compact with   almost  every [ ����e of the most  wonderful  men in
nanciien snoruy. .    wntBBn anr\ child in  the citv all history, P. T. Barnum/still lives
The Guichon  building contained  mat1- woman and thilct in  the  cit\ /
about ioo tons of  hay belonging to I filling   a   tumultuous   role   in the�� the policy of the present manage-
Welsb & Guichon, and   12  tons 011 jubilant family circle. The big thing , "ie.it. while the perfect system put
oats, the propert
Estate
of the  Guichon
Dry Goods.
..u nmer Vests�� Hosiery, Neckwear,
Veilings,    Belts,    Sunshades,
Bathing Suite and Gaps.
s
Ladies'   and   Children's  Footwear
Men's furnishings.
Summer Underwear, Work Shirt,a
Gloves, Harvest Shoes.
about  tiie  celebration   was that it ;int0 operation by   the great James
was spontaneous, everybody appar- j A-   Bailey,   is  still   in   operation.
.,-_���,,-,������ .   ���     j L.itlv r-nitnlfitinrr to an   imnnlse   to'This   season    the    show    is   much
The McBride building contained 5"u" c puuiaung 10 an impnise 10
.           ,        ,         a    p . .p oft their feelings bv m_km2   a   larKer  than  ever before, and addi-
a .out 30 tons of  new hay   trom A. |ease ou lQe,r leR"ngs Dy making   a; ,   .  .    ...           .     ._   ,__
Davie's   farm;   10   tons   hay   from:noise'
ttls.ll      I -.Mlll^--     WJ        UIHI->H|g        ���1
In tbe first  stampede  after   tional  interest  attaches  to  it   be-
���_. ,       _. .     ,      ,      ,.           T,    , Ui.e enc\ 0f the  fame  Rev    1    S i cause the  parade, a   feature which
John    Richardson s    faim;    Fred. ine ena 0I  uie  faarae  ^eN-   J-  �����  ,              / ���
t,    ,    ,     ,                        ...          .      i Henderson   was    hoisted   on   thei ">r several seasons bas  been   miss-
Taylors  hay   press  outfit,   and   a Henderson   was    noisitu   on   ine	
, r  .,     t,r i  Ulionlfler . (,f hllf . do/pu   men   and   uig, is again in its custoir.arv place,
hav press the property of  the Wai   suouiuer . oi nan a cio/.en   men  ana      ���*       ft . \
. d        ,. mrripd in (lip nrnopssion  down Pol- l<or   fol,r   years   artlSlS, Sculptors
wortb-Rolston  Co.,   Vancouver;  a earned in tne procession down i_oi ,     .     . , ,.
^   a   ., t-       nmhi_str.pl      A halt was made   in  and mechanics have  been working
ton of potatoes for  D. A. McKee, umMa strtet-    a flatt was maoe  in h
... ...     front of p   A    __.p1.Vi'.  .tnrp  and a day and night at the foreign work-
besideo  bay,   dairying   utensils be- ilrom ot L- A-  weisn s store  anna      ���> , B
longin-  to   the   Gu.chon   Estate.'"""ber of speeches were delivered s��">Ps of the show  at Stockton-on-
j democrat and harness and a lot of *>? Mr. Henderson, ].  J.  Johnston , Trent, England, building tbis great
Headquarters    for   Working    Men'B geneM merchandise  weigh  scales. \��aA others.    Tbe speakers did   notjStreel  pageant,  and   tbe  result  of
Outfits.
.High  Grade  American   and   Canadian Shoes.
ttc.
Had
Iforget in their rema'rks, Mr. Welsh,I their labors   now   is expressing it-
not been   for the strenu- the business manager  of  the team. Iself in tbe most costlV and  longest
^^* 'ci-rr.pt   parade    that    ever    passed
McCALL   PATTERNS.
Full  ^toek of McCALL   PATTERNS.
FASHION SHEET.
J. Sewston  and   Bob Genge. lost
j their trunks, containing  manv valuable trinkets; Genge  lost   his Af-
assembly   ��f   businessmen,   clergy
men,   lawyers, ranchers, teamsters,
steamboatm.ep  clerks and, in   tact,
Ask   for   Free
rican medal with  two bars, which reoresentatives of every class. Near
lhe be.id of the procession marched
two enthusiasts carrying sockeyes.
The   afternoon   festivities,   how
he prized very highly.
The G\su>Vion building was fully
Marshall Smith & Co., Ltd
insured while the McBride property
was only partially insured. j ever, were as nothin
It was a lucky thing lor Ladner the "jnbilification" which was ear-
that Viry little wind was blowing' rie(l l)I1 '�� the evening,
at the lime. Had* tbe usual west!
wind sprung up, there is no doubt j
but that the flames would -have de-'
molisbed everything along the
river front. . I
  Of the 375 performers, nearly 300 have never
toured America before. The climax
of the bill is the most daring and
awful exhibition of nerve and
death daring ever attempted. The
act is called "Autos that Pass in
compared to; the Air-"    As the name briefly ex-
fernie Wiped Out.
Dr. Wilson report that he will
I put up between 30J and 35 ) tons
' of bay this v-ear.
t is the passing of Iwo automobiles high above the heads oi"
the people, while leaping a 50 foot
gap. The velocity is gained by a
lightning-like dash down a steep
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ steel incline, one machine hugging
' I close  behind   the other.    A sharp
At 4 p.m., Saturday, the bush upward terminal of the track sends
fire at Fernie goi beyond control the automobiles up into space. One
and spread to the city of Fernie, gracefully arches across the gap to
yORK ENTfi&PRlSE.
! SACKS and SACK I'V/INE,
Bran, Snorts, Corn aud all kinds
ol Peed. i
CARD OP THANJ4.S.
Great  improvements  have been
_____ t made to  tbc  Guichon homestead,
_________���____���___________________________________*->���  i..���,   ���  H the rool   has  be_u   icshiiigled aud
Another valuable piece o   fan. I    We wish to take this opportunity L     ^   fixed        and a      J*
jnachmer, has been added to the Brackman-Ker Mdh,,. Co., LW,rL, expressing our gratilude to the ^
Delta.    D.   Gunn,   of    Boundary j H. N. RICH, Agent. many kind friends who s��  willing-] prettjer
Buy. took home, last week, a newj Ladi.er, B.C. ly assisted  us during  tne  fire on '  '_
Cyr-Massey threshing outfit, which;      - Tbitr-iriay night last.
will enable bim to not only save! ., ,   ,.| w   1_. McBRIDE ESTATE
L. ���   .  1       ., _. t"(    ia\!o-. was oot   u the G nil
his own grain belore  the  wet sea-!	
sou sets in,  but abo to help thej S^ig at tbe   time  of  the   fire.
other farmers on the bend who are j wherein he lost  his baling outii'.      Delta  has enteral  upo
usually left until the thnshers are i while his wi e had  to  work pretty jr. !e. viz., that
through on the- flats.
The Secretary of tbe School
Baard has just rtceifid a number
of flags frcm the Provincial government, one for each school in the
-Kstrict. This is a very good idea
as there are many children and
atrangeis in our midst who need
educating along this line.
lively to  protect  their  home from  Kamloops'   sick. '  Master   Arthur!
being burned   up.    The  roof took Darroch having  been  dangerously
fire several  times and one of tbe ill, his parents were advised by the
young  lads  was  put on  the roof Idoctor to send   bin  to  Helta, wilh
while  tbe  mother handed up  lhe,the result that aUer his arrival here
pails of water and succeeded in ex-jhe began to mend, although  he is
tinguishing the sparks as they fell, still  a  very  sick  child.    He   had
There were mmy other cases where been suffering from dysentery. Mrs.
sparks fell all around tbe dwellings , Darroch brought ber son down and j Oflice
and careful watch had to be  main-;is Staying   wilh  her  pireuts,  Mr-1 T.ii��___!
tained. 'and Mrs. W. J. Frederick.
1    An   unsuccessful   atte npt   was
, made lo burglariz   iLe  Hotel Guichon, on Tuesday night  last,   s\ll
,���   a llevv ��be putty   from  around   a  pane of
. a health resort ior ��lass haci been  remove 1   w
marauders were disturbed.
tbe
DELTA   DRIVING
ASSOCIATION
���ARK
A meeting of the  above .\ssoci-
ation will  be  held at  Mr. Bown'8
Bt   sS   o'clock  ; .01.   sharp,
 v. Au  ut   nt:,  10   receive
and pais the I'reasttrer's account.
a spiing platform, the other turning a ''nm. lets somersault around
it and landing behind il.
The drtus, tbis season numbers
1,500 people, 700 horses, 108 cages
of animals, 5 railroad trains, 20
camels and nearly all Uk- elephants
in America
CUT STAMPS IN TWO
Ottawa, July 25 -- Tlu- dead
letter oflice is being Hooded
witb Iters btariug only hall a
j Tercenlenatv .stamp. Tliis stamp
, is about wice the size of In rc.:u-
1 lar two-cent stamp, and bears the
heads o both lhe King and Queen.
Last week, while changing the: Evidently some people cannot see tlm
hay fork at Hairi. Bros.' barn, tbe use for so much stamps on a small
fork bfcame detac'itd from the car- letter, and are accordingly cutting
rier and ft 11 like li i tniu., striking the stamps in two, with tbe King's
one oi lhe you ig men on the head on one half and the Queen's
shoulder. Fortunately it straddled on the other, thus making a two
the lad'i shoulder and did no inr- cent^tamp serve as postage for two
ther damage than so raise a lump letters. A number of leit.rs tints
oh   bis   i ea 1   an i  to scratch bis | stamped have already been sent to,
and in an incredibly short time the
whole city was in flames, destroying the entire town with ihe exception ol 17 dwelling houses, and
rendering 5,000 persons homeless.
The estimated loss is two and a
half million dollars.
The towns of Hosmer and Coal
Creek a;e likely to suffer the same
fate.
On Friday, the 31st ult., Ibis
little town wai shaken to its core
by .the tn'ombiug of twentj-three
men in No. 2 sha.'t with bi.t little
hope of :e cui i't them aliv .
band.
' the dead letter oflice. THE TVET-TA 7TM-2S, TrTEcDAT', AUCTTT
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THE  DELIA TIMES,
POBUSHBT.   KVRRY TUESDAY.
The Market,   {fashion Stables*
Tlie
I     IT*..
New Westminster, Au^. i.-~
Thc following are the prices that
ruled during the day:
Bee!", hindquarters, 9c to 10c
per lb; forequarters, 6c to 6J^e.
Mutton, 13c to 14c per lb.
Lamb, 15c per lb.
Veal, small, nc per lb; large,
9c to ioc.
Pork, 8c to8^c per lb.
Eggs, wholesale, 30c per do/.;
retail, 35c.
Butter, 30c per lb.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        Fowls,  $6.00 to $7.50 per doz;
All ndverUscmentt charged  I'or until ordered j cllickenS, $5-00 to $6.00 per dOZ.
Broilers, $3 to $5 per dozen.
Subscription, $1.00 per year.
ADVERTISING RATKS.
Casual A .vertiwirieats, lo cents per line lot
the fir it Ins .rtlou, mui 5 cents per tine for each
subaeiiiieiil insertion. T'he number ot lines
reckoned hy the space occupied, ia tines to the
neb.
Ratei (or Commercial Advertisements can be
bnii ou application al this office.
Re tiling notices io cents per line for eacb Insertion.
Rlrtli and Death notices, 50c., MaiTiagt-s Ji.oo.
Any special notice, the object ot which is to
pronui ��� the pecuniary benefit ot anv individual
ior company, to be considered an advertisement
end ch irgetl accordingly.
Trucking- and Draying.     Livery Work of]
All Kinds Attended to Promptly.
All Kinds or Firewood Always On Hand.
it
Sire
J. N. COLLINSON. PjjL_LLfl0NER' lL-
out and mill lor
Correftpondcnoe invited on metiers ol publio
kuerftst. Comtnunic&tiona to editoi must be no
eotupttnta. by nftiuc ui write*, uotneceMarily
for publication, Uut ns evidence of good faith,
Corrnptftideuce must reach this office by Thur.h
d��y evening.
Gko. R.
ManIsUy,
Manager.
TU USD AY.   AtJ '.VST   4,   1908.
Ducks, $4 00 to $6.00 a doz.
Potatoes, $20 per ton.
Raspberries, $1.75 per orate.
Black currants, ioc per lb.
Ued currants, ioc.
Apples, JW a box.
GOSSIPING4JS BAD.
Having  will   be  over about the
end  uf this  week,  and  the  grain.]     The   following   piece   of   corre-
, .., ,        , 1, 1 spondence is published  by special
���harvest will be in lull swing, some I  ' ' '    '
! request:
���having commenced cutting already. 1     ,      ..        ���..       ,, ���
s fa Junction   City,   Oregon, ��� Dear
 ���������-��� '; Editor Women's Work:    .Seeing  a
1 B
We do not believe in saying that! number of letters about   gossips,   I
the crops are belter than they really ; wish ^ sa>T   there  are   indeed   too
,   . ,,   .   ���        r ,.      many of them���both men   and   wo-,
are, but we notice that some of the ' \
men     Some men are slaves  to  to-
outside papers are saving all sorts .     , .    . . ,
1   ' ' bacco   and   drink,   a   great   many
ol things about the crops on the| more women andmen are slaves to|
Shoes for Everybody
j Sonic Shoes look well and wear  badly, others look badly
and wear well,
Ours look well, feel well and wear well,
We not only aim at  having  the latest styles, but honest j
goods as well.
We have All Sizes and Widths and can Fit Any
Foot Accurately and for very Little Money.
It wont do any harm to start dealing here,
JNO.  RE.\OH,   LADNER, B, C.
ktjisiered Stantard-lffed Stallion
o Stone "
(37357), &ee. 2.21*4.
ALRXBS. 2.18.      Dam-LUCELLE, 2.28)4
Foaled, 1900.   Dark bay, 16 hands 1 inch,
NOON- N4GHT.
Monday, S. MorroWs Faim; Dr. Wilson's Farm,
Tuesday, Gilchrist's
Wednesday, R. McKee's"
Thursday, I. Johnston's
Friday, J- McElroy's
Saturday, S. Hufi's
K. A. S. Scholefleld, Esq.,
u
u
R. E. Kittson's   "
F. J. Coulthard's ?
Loney Bros.'
Sullivan Brb'3.^^^^^^
G. B. Em'bree's, till  Monday
George "Brown,
u
u
Victoria, Owner.
Stud Groom
Incorporate . :l8t>9.
Delta.    The  crops  on  the   Delta,
gossip.    They pass what spare time!
this year will just come up to Fair. I they have in "airing"  their  neigh-
froni  a ban-i'oors'    They make us think   ot  the
turkey buzzard, always looking  for
the dead horse or sheep; and   when
nlore t two or more of these  scandal-mon-
It is a very long  way
ner   :rop, either  of  bay   or grain
There  will   be  considerably
straw than usual, which, evidently, j gers get together what a feast  they
has led the uninitiated to state with! have.
,     ���        .t   . .,..  ts.i-fs   o hnnner      I  think   it  the majority of   the
enthusiasm that we nave   a banner, -
crop.	
readers  of   the  Homestead  would
^^^^^^^^^^^_^_^_^_^^_ each  write a  letter  for these col-
.     The Str. Transfer   goes ol!   this llmus and  crV  down this practice
it  would   do  much   to lessen   the
run on  the  15th  inst., unless ar- .   , ,
J amount of talebearing.
ran-ements ate made  to  tutu over      Kach and everyone of us should
the  government   mail  contract   to j try to get the very best there is out
Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done.
the Delta Saw mills
Are Prepared to . , .
Furnish All Kinds of
ROUGH   &   DRESSED   LUMBER
At LOWEST PRICES. Also
Shingles,  Doors, Sash and
Mouse  Finish   of  All   Descriptions.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED,
CAPITAL PAID-UP,
RESERVE FUND,
$4,000,OOG
$3,900,000
$4,390,000
Total Assets Over Forty-Five Millions.
Accounts of Out-of-Town Customers Given Special
Attention.
BANK BY MAIL.
Savings Department.
Accotvtfts may be opened with deposits of ONE DOL/LAF
and  Upwards.     Interest paid,  or credited,  quarterly on  31st  March, 30th June, 30th
.September,  31st   December.
K. D. SIMPSON, Manager,  .LADNER, B.  C.
the C. P. N. Co., in the meantime.
If the Transfer goes off the  run
step., will be taken to put on a
freighter to run between Vancouver and Laduer whieh will put
Westminster on the sidetrack.
wher: they deserve to be for their
indiscretion in interfering too much
with the business interests of this
part o! the river.
As a result of Westminster's juggling with the down river mail service, it looks very much as though
Ladner businessmen were going to
be humbugged to a finish. It is
tip to the businessmen here to foim
themselves into a board of trai'e
and, with the Council, make a bold
strike lor better communication,
both postal and otherwise. A communication suited to the needs of
this district as understood by those
of this life, and how can we if we
show so little charity toward our
neighbors.
I know people that will rereat;
things some one t...- ..,lifj about
certain neighbors, without a question as to its truthfulness nor will
they even try to find out if it is true
but take it all for granted, and nothing is ever told twice in exactly the
same way it was originally told for
we all hear differently and understand differently, and to a certain
extent use our imagination in repeating what we have heard.
"Believe that story false which
ought not to be true." Let us give
our neighbor credit for having as
high ideals of lite as our own, until
they have proven beyond a question that they are all bad.
And even to those who are bad
let us show some charity. Each
one of us helps to make our neighbor what he is. We can drag him
down ur lift bim up. Let tis do all
the lifting   we   can   and   get  our
The   BEST  Water   Tanks   Are
Made at This Mill*
r.>*.^^���.>..^-K.^.*.>*<.^>^.i  Acclimatized Stock.
11IIB Ij _
J. HENLEY
NKW WF.STM'INSTER,
E. Brynjolfson, ol Victoria, spent
a few days at the Point, last week,
the guest of Mr. Eriekson.
Mr. and Mrs, W. Anseli and
Mrs. F. Cullis paid a business visit
to the Terminal City, yesterday.
H. M. Vasey brought down a
small band of horses, last week,
and, after disposing of them, he
left again for the Interior.
JL DeR. TAYLOR,
G. KELSON THORPE,
Veterinary Surgeons.
All   Calls	
Promptly Attended to
v  iNnw >vi\.vi_vw:N�� 1 i-K,   :-; b. k:.  ���>
V Manufacturers of nil kinds of A
���!��� Soda Water, Ginger *
I Ale and Summer ,*.
i Drinks. I
,1. Your patronage soliciteh 1
�������'��������'>���������'!�������������!���������������������>���������������������?�����������';�� ney ��� tff
Phon
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Miss Gillanders and MasteT Eustace Gillanders, of Sapperton, visited their cousins, Misses Greta and
Vera Gillanders, last week.
.Stainton Block
Ladner. B.C.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR
Room a. I.llnrrl Mock. New Wefttmin. tf r.
Mandolin f
\ Having been requested to start a
Mandolin Class,   am   now   pre-
I pared to do so. For terms, etc.,
apply
B*   H*   WEARE*
Care of Mr. J. W. Lanning.
Mandolins, Strings, Etc.,
Supplied at City Prices.
Seeds
Trees
Plants
For the
Farm,  Garden, Lawn
Conservatory.
or
Reliable Varieties at Reasonable
Prices. No Borers. No S lie,
���No fumigation to damage stock.
No windy agents to an 11 r. -.- vou,
Buy direct and get Trees and Seeds
that Grow.
Fertilizers, Bee .Supplies, Spray
Pumps, Spraying Maten:il, Cut
Flowers, etc. Oldest established
nursery on  the mainland ol  R C
Catalogue free.
It. 1 HENRY'S Nurseries,
Oreentiouses and 5eedhouse<.
VANCOUVER,   -   B.C.
most interested and not to sv.it the! neighbor up to a  higher plane  of
living.
"Be   true   to
cans't   not lie
vagaries of an outside populace.
I
thyself and   thou
then   false   to   any
METIIODLSTICAL. | ma^^^^^^^^^^^^
���- But we are injuring ourselves by
At the society  meeting, on   Sun-1 '""boring ill thoughts 0! our neigh-
day   evening   last,    the   following |     _s
were elected  to represent tbe So-.|
ciety   on    the    Quarterly    Offichfi
Let us  hear Irom   more   Hone-
stead readets ou this subject.   Who
,,,,_,���,,    ,       n 1 ��� .. . is on mv side?    Let each one  Ot us
Board: G. R. Manlev,  Geo.  La.s-| -       ... _
eter, sr., and Mrs. L. Gifford.
The Quarterly Official Board
>vill meet, to-morrow evening, at 8
o'clock, in thc church, lor thi
transaction of business, A full at-
tendance is earnestly requested.
The Woman's Missionary Society will meet, on Thursday .aiternoon, a' 3 o'clock, at the home of
Mrs. F. Cullis.
show his colors.���Autumn I.eal" in
Thc Pacific Homestead.
Ethelvn Trapp, of New Westminster, is a guest ot Miss Edith
Rich.
The government pilcrlrivcr has
got through with a lirst-class job
of pilinir along the river front
wliich, with the brush and rock
behind it should do much toward
protecting the dyke from further
inroads.
Butter and Eggs
Send  us your consignments.    Wc
will  give  you  highest  prices and
prompt returns.
MILNE & GUNN
Our Entire Stock of
Ladies9 ant/ Ghiidren's
Ready-to-Wear Goods
and Fancy Goods
All IVew  and  Up-to-l)ate Stock, to Clear nt Cost and
Below,
When the remains ot the late Mr.'
Yeatman    were    discovered,   they
1 were pinned down by a  lallcn tree,
^^^^^m^^^^^^^^^m collarbone    eing  broken, and
"~ ~ I portions of his < lulling, his boots
K. D. Simpson, manager ol tl e and cartridge ! ell were found lying
Royal Bank here, returned home, 1 as ihey tell and which were the
Saturday, irom his vacation, andl means of identific ilion. His rifle
Mjt. Sprague, who had been reliev 1 ha-i not ytt been li und. The re-
ing, returned to Vancouver in tie mains were brought to Vancouver
evening. 1 and interred.
137 Water Street,
Box 223.
Vancouver, B.C.
Strayed.
Onto my property, June 27th
last, ne red steer. Owner ma.
;i ve tme upon prwving^propertj
and paying expenses.
W. J. FREDERICS,
THE WHITE HOUSE,
A. J. B1RTCH,       -       NEW WESTMINSTER, B- C T5-TE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, ic,cj3.
flhuuiirisb   nn*  tirnnt.
(>y    Wliiliiiuii   iu   tils   "Pnrsoi.al
iniiiiwWKfs   of    I'rtiKv   >Bt_ii__l id.'''
��� i'i������uniivK's Intimntp fi'lt'n;.shlp-_ tfh
le... the I'.isiorlan, is well known,
is also -particularly attached 'to
��� Bancroft go that when it be-
hup a ii-ft.__.otl of Sauei-oft being re-
���   I  ri-oni his post of United States
��� ut ul Ii'i.'Iiii Bismarck yVl'O to ��pe-
:       Iiy to bis friend Motley nml begged
j 1    1 to Intercede with the'president to
i niiii " Ituuuroft to remain, mui be did
���"m.
��� liismnrcU told nne tbat wben i.pnor-
1.! Grant mine to Berlin be accompanied liim to see one of (lie reviews at
Hto T ompnlbofoi- IVIil.    Grant waR mot
well flint tlay. nnd t'liey had to ftviv.
out in a closed ennlage.   Grunt looked
���dowiii itFt  _iiid told Bismarck tlmt tt
-'��"'"!  bim to think that be was to
Pi .issi-iii soldiers . ftthig onfl-
!1 d ��� .  lu ���' carriage liko nny ordinary
NC\-t��i">(iii iniial tlmt, G.'iiei'id
��� ��� ��� ;m*3i 1 <l: Bald.    "You niny stt
I'H ifrum  view, 'but our sol
m b w<��H iiwarf whifl set^i *>i flgbt-
UlgTUuu Is in this closed vtifi'lnjie.''"
-VANDER?.R'8  SONa.
W��i. n.-id  inonch or   s-oruin onrl taonch ol
io��_..
*��t tlK. i_.ncl wnlis, witl ttyp eeo wotts, nml the
d��:. uml nip lit >.�� enough,
live ju�� �� h>n_ whim mail mid tlii> Ki_y, T tr-
T-a'h of llic yi n
And tin- -.in..* will S:id tho bird's will and
the heartache still in use.
Why should I seek ont sorrow-uu.
for s:rifc'.
I havis  l:>-cd nuinh ami srrnt rnr'h
nnd (ovo nm nui tor I :���
The grass --alia to my liiun, i.ihi ihe togm tu
my Wood crias'up,
And tlw ran shines, aud tho nrait shines, and
The vi ���'���',i's iu lhe cup
give K��ld
hnt twi.*
I bevo hnd ���
nUrlh,
For thu v.-ii.v'!!<,��., and thn end'trcnt
Boon to Iho cuds of Ihss 1 ar-.h,
And it's ili-n good nlttht <nui:t . bed, and
hi-iil_ or In:,. 1 in in-,
Well's It's., .uhd-ulfi paud-lortg ..'.i-;>aud ulepp
too di.**|j to wiilio.
-Arliur Kyiuon* in London Onflook
lOllgh of wlsdoui And i-aough ol
, sud 11 �����
il
A  I'nriibl-s  1 iiipcni'lM-il.
Tbe pnrdbfe of tlie wise man who
Ibtlllt ills bouse upon u rock und of tbo
i'Iut ji'un who built on tbo sands wus
nil  :t-1 ;   forts tUe "iioinu w'ifli nioileitn
lu.prov<__i itts" 'bud tiui^p it.   appearance o.   inodepii  .miiiiii.y science bad
',,    i evolved.   A rock foundation Is until i    ii liable for stability, but .t muy
.���il when it eomes lo a nml tor
of drulni   P, -liiotbor It be for iho iIIr-
��� ���������.-    -s> or-of Mirl'iieoor ground
A <   Inr exenvoted ir, thn rook
Is li ntnlly .1 v.et cellar, because the wall  clies Hbsough tbe orev-ees nod
si.   '.    in Ibe ro<'k, and it Is both tlifli-
-iii: irufl'expensive to trench and drain
pn ,.- I'lv about the walls of a building
in a iiiss/t:uru so hand to exrtrvate.   To
bc sum If the n   '������ drops uwny quick-
nrp ..i    le >tlits difficult) ir.ny
hi   ;i iroj "!',��� ������ u   minor one.    A  good
. <      ���     soil  If    .IK' of \lie liest to bUlld
upo    In  resp   ! bofli to'drainage nnd
lo !;,,'���.. or (lie bouse,laud oom-
s     -....i. if not sdbject to the notion
 ! wauv. is n most excellent
-t.ioii ni.il a thoroughly good me-
liiitu.
.lul.liiu i, Kre_��n In tion.
ll-ro is .i gnoil story of tbo colonel of m
rogluiont who wns going toruMro, 'J ho
Withers,-who ull liked hlm, snbsoi'lbed to-
gothorond bougiit bim Bhetiiitiiui silver
Ah oil! sorgctmt vat: appointed to mako
���hu | [-MMjfltatloii, mid -klsu'to ninkti o long
tpceoh, whhjli ho was to learn off Iiy honrt
When tha appointed tlm" arrl.vcd, ti.o
ooloucl wnsglkting ot a table with some
ofthe oOlenrs,
Tiiu sergeant came rolling np to the
tabki, with n very confused look, nnd to
the astonishment of all present ho stum-
luered out:
"He-heiu's tl��) Jug," luw.ling it to the
sdlonol, whuwusso dumfoumlAd thut.he
.t.iniineri.d Kjut. "Oli. is iU'��� London
til iiits
tn   Vuotlivr i.iulit.
Miss sTethortupp (te spOrfsrasn, tvhtsi.
tiliihiiing hi*-day's sbcotlng)���Oh, bow
oonld you kill theaii dan-, pi-otty bird.-? 1
chink it is positively cruel!
Sportsman���I supposo you know there
I. U   l.'.-:!   <icnml.il   fuj- Ur SC i  -I' III.! 1.11111-
lUOIIUiUuIlSl'
Ml sI''otbertbpp���-Oh. its' course, B it's
. i-;i.-i o! u ui .-'iiy, it is.porfc.cily eimi_.i-
ble.��� Uo ton 'I'i���������.-. ilnt
fASH.Or.  AND FABRIC.
��!'.<' skirt models eut with five-o��-��e��W!
fun-', hliu ember tiun loso In luvor. 'I'm
flvu gurtil shupo has a tuther \.-ide sldi
tee'adth.
T' now English sorgo and wide wait
8lngonal oostumos huve iittlo tucked
lleulo pul-fi, some of tlio boilhos beinj
tucked ulso, the tucks edged with very Hut
geld braid.
Velvet In all fjbndes nn fi varlrt-los v'V
ho fuahionublo, both as un  neeessoi-y uud *j
lorthomnking of )������ .llngotcs. undei'dressei
-tid iT,mplt-_t costumes,    liluclt  unduubt-
��l1.v Uik .s.prccodeuco.
It is ofnelnlly nnnounced thut bnttom
Hill be extensively used wherever possibh
ami thut thuy will, as a rule, be of oonsid
���ruble size, not always round, but oval
squtirc and oblong ulso.
Tlie new purulo or plum red tnlloi
eh ths, vchets, satin brocadw uml bcnrl
situs aro exceedingly.nrllstio and beuutt
ful und very becoming to either u bluti.
or a brunette with color.
Rose colored poojl de solo or satin walsl:
vlll bo very lu.-'ii>ina!,h- worn In tba oven
ing witli skirts of black velvot, fnlllo u,
latin, and occasionally tboy will be but
wltb skints of lustrous dur. green l'^pi'W
���ilk.
Straps of 'in-hid tcrmrnnte on innny <-rs
tiitues In tiny UuokloS'Ol fancy button',
and tailor vests fasten with the latt .
trimming. The lvuily necessary button li
small, but tha ouu fur ornament ouly I
rather lnrgo.
On evening (pilots nets, s��jft liberty i .-it
���ns, India silks, chiffon nnd orope do hi: ���
are variously mod fur .yokes or guiini -
and many times the sash or folded (tii- .i
���nd little sleeve pulls are foriued-of corm
(ponding material.
Tor i ldrly womon nro some new sbliiv
shaped capes, almost as lung ns a shn>>l
proper, formed very much like tho nojU.it
fur cuius, 'these nre lmitle varimi: ly c
Oorded silk, plain snt in or broendotu d nr
tfimincd will) t. deep giruiluaUd rir.''.u i ������
the snnie or witli .ether wide loco.���ISi ���-,.
Yo'.k Poat.
CURTAIN RAISERS.
Ol t. Iv cr
|i|
lit
Iii ih. awcit ns
Win re nobody could
i I.is iro ', ���,- rnatle ll
Antl sc:
. '   ill
: ed l r   h    -
m tio'ni  .ii i :
ii Biiduifi tn.j isid
fed the 'water pall
I leked th ��� h
"r��.
1 li tt . VI"-'.
p li. ;hovcrhe
U-t,
ll,
lu  lie
i for tea,
,-. , In I        .:..!. r heart
Imlc boy oould bo.
dim old bun.
���w r'.r ���!  ..." ;���  iy,
wa cameiton.e und tlis ,1,*^-
hay.
^o Into the kitchen he fan.
With n noisy hi! yi! y|:
riw nrotlipr n .1 ... id ��� ...m a fr; -ted catcs
?.. .��� hnd nr.u!-e -!-��ir.i u saucer pie,
i, iiun l lu lv
ov.9 fell
��ver ilu- new now
lo he
"1 i
j'avp'hi'r a'h'
ill help:i-.,< ������.������
*1 rare for BOtnebo
And ��om��bcc!.- en
-Marj
ine hur.-
_ld he.
ii for me."
)���'. Ilutts In Out took
In :
ide c
I ��� a h 11
.. I lis
ne'er forgot;
ra i. -t,
:   i     ��� !~nlt!
i':> io Dat��.
:f ' ���' tf '��� fttntlit," ��cys Talley-
I. "r lietlu i to Aii:. ,-. i,.;fr or not,
tl"      .Wil   tbe   ttdvlee   opplies   to
Ioi bts in lire besides.-tliat of let-
viitings���llu.'ivftr.
-Popular -Irclpe.
An essay which you straight forget;
A lithographic scene;
A pallid litfle novelette;
A mod-Cn maguzlne.
���Washlngtor fltar.
Ut i.ti-ii.. s itpnelty _if -.'s-.->.!n,
<ii���;: un   figures oretllt various woods
"ith   the li ilcnh'v   beating oai'itcitlcs
I -t i.ire, -l, ;',i; .iie, i Im and _ Im . .'. -,
s..'.!.,w. ohostnut uml darch, .1/7; niiiplu
m.I - ;,i ui.c, .'.si; black .poplar, .110; alder
*',il ninle birch, !I4; oak. .'.)!.; looust and
whit.' boepb, 01, and red birch, ITO.���
'iuIiiiM.re Amci-ii-uii
ronruare In F.ieisli��nt��.
An oiepliant with a good mahout
gives pe.riiat>8 the best insti'"ce of dis-
elpllnefl courage���cournge, thnt is.
which ���poi'sists iu the face of knowledge
uml dislneljiiullon���to be seen iin lhe
niiiiunl world. They will submit dny
ftfter dny to hnve painful wounds
dressed in obedience to their keeper
.snd meet danger in obedience to or-
lers, though tbeir Intelligence Is sutll-
i-ient to understtnid the peril nml far
oo grent-"or man to trick thorn Into a
���elief that ill is none-xistent. No uni-
tnal will t'ueesdiiii'.er .aiore readily tit
uiun's bidding.���-London Spectator.
A sfrilue to "isfn-c. A'elliH Istobo.pOt V) '
re.\t yeur In Melbourne.
Vi-ilkcr WntbsMo will sh.-.rtly prodtteen |
���new play from -tho l7rmuJi -of Li. i ,,i.
���ard.
Viifti Walbioo -flepporwill star next sc, '
eon in a cprnkvopcra thnG is nowbnii^ I
-wiitlen for-iier.
Ernest Shr.rpc hoi I ecn invtti Hv!-; Tol. \
retiih by I'r.-.ii Qpslnm ���Wugutr ami li |
^nOylngtrndcr ber dii-ot Hon.
Monde iJ.-riks nud >.\st-ir I.onnon ;-.iVi '
been nnpearirg in vnudedllq, pnEtiCliug
a one not [ilny of Civil Wartimes; !
Kis Florence   Harrynt  has written  la
collaboriitlotl  -with   Herbert   ''��� tr, an   �� I
ii ti ua in li��i.'.r u,.:s euti loJ "J'i ,i Ci.uno '
ifceeper."
Forbes Robertson r.nfi V.re. Patrick
Cm: i-i..il wiil i Icctiify l.i T.i! >.i next, it ii
���jt Id, w '.Mo n;i;i-uiu! revival of' Antony un.
Cleoi ulrn."
MissHnmnton Grinn.n half sister ol
Wary Anderson, is ciiltlvoting her voic't
bl l.ei-i.lii -y Mlll'miblnol,, I cl<:. lu.t HSS ,
singer next year.
Mme. Modjcska bns'bees playlugli:-:i-i i
Sianolsco tho past two \ve iks, appoiirh j !
as Mary Stuart, Mngda, Lady llaobetli, I
Cami'.le and Ho lal I lid.
"Cyrano de Bergcrno,";-__vn#.latcd  Int:
flerntivn'!iy Lud-.-.-ig l-'uldn. ivr..s pjuyed l'B- I
ot-ntly ot Berlin,    'lhe  title rolowns as- j
signed to Josi ih Kulnz.
1"-.n oompnny i ngnged (o-siipp-iitAnnit ;
���Ke ?ill  In ' ' atln ��� sun" i.'iels u��s s-1,...  -
Holland, Prank v,. 'LliVng,.Jcsei,h VTl-xe '.
Ion., .!���..).   a .--..���nil'e. Mr. nnd Mrs, Wil
Slum .1. temoyne, IM'-cl-iinrryumrB, sstsn ���
'4)0 Wolf (Hand >'.���:>��� Buuklav.
GREEK WIT.
Tlie following nra sjincimensOf Orerll
Nit:
It  was  n   saying  of   Onto   -tho  elder.
"'those magistrate twho can preventorlict
and do not in effect bncouragq it."
Socrates used to sny thu best forte of
govern ment-was that in whli li the people
obey tbo rulers and the rulers obey tlif
laws.
Philip in passing sentence on two rogue.
ordered ono of them to leave Macedonia
wilh nil spuod and the other to try und
cute h him
Doinonni wns once heard to say to a
lawyer, "Probably all laws aro really useless, tor good meu do not want laws at all,
aud bud men are mado no better by them."
Cleato, when ono Nepostold him ho had
OOllSOd tho death of more by his testimony
than he had ever saved by his advooncy,
mi,lied, "That, .!�� i.ecuuse my credit exceeds my oloquenae."
Alcibladcs, when about to he tried bj
his countrymen on a capital charge, ab
Bonded, remarking that it was absurd
when a suit lay against a man to scv'_ i��
get off whon ho might ns easily get uwuy.
C.Do you remember, as a bey, how
delighted you were -with your first
STEVENS? Truly ancient at .hat
time. Give YOUR BOV a
STEVENS now, Will add to his
happiness and education.
MAKE A MAN OF YOUR BOY!
-f ;cu tarmct, ctit-.'.n
QKOT&trKS-r
rZBTOLS
fr.... j��attrD��HtTt
Tor 0 trtiti
lit fl .my* to
p v to lift, w��
wVi i ad yon
���^ar^ip direct,
cur CTn-s.-iIcte
160-] " -��� I'-r��*
���   "l.tof
Cttalojj Price.
nrm -Jrtt..;f>^,
1
J. STEVENS A.RM8 A TOOL CO.
T. 0. Dox U.il.
Chicopce Falls, Ma;i3.
CliUftCil 3NO'rrCRi5
i
Vsi.l. SAINTS.
(Ann!ieaii.)
Holy Communion���ist and yt
Sundays ��ifS:3o a.m.; 2nd and j(ib
Sundays at 11 a.m.
.Matins, 11 o'clock,
Evensong', 7:30 o'clock.
Sunday Schoolat ir> aim.
Friday evening, J^Unuy at 7:30.
Rev. .H. R. Uartleu, M.A., Vicai
���OA'l'UCi.lC
Services first and third Sunday of
'���acli month at 10:30 a.m.; Benediction, 7:30 ',>.m
Sunday school at 3 p.m.
,    Low Mass and Holy Communion
I first and third Mondays at 6 a.m.
Rev. Father Wagner, O.M.I.,
Parish .Priest.
POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
It takesa pretty good carpenter to flooi
��� pugilist.
Many a man -punctures his tire-on ihn
ro a ; to v,i alth.
Th.i nwro inrd-ngfl a man has theJietter
h3-'.n.ioys.U_ outings.
A woman's idea of religion is to ham
kindly Alioughts.of her rival.
l'he -helress-wlw Invests in a tiil>j does
not always purchase happiness.
Pe.rjif.ps.it ls ihc icicrobesin kisses that
OBUse pooplo to lull "dead in love."
The loss thcngllt soma men givo to 1
subject tbo more liberal their views mv.
Willi the exception of ourselves no nm
evur noes things ns they bBouUI be done.
Tho bapplnossKif souio people dependi
Upon their-il-Uit.y.ii,'ij!.i I. oot hers unhappy
Love muy hiiuh at dooksmlths, but \'.
DOW Finilcji ut the owner of a bicyclu t��
f-Ull  .--Isop.
Capital and   labor would   commingh
hotter if there weren't so 1 iy iiiui trying
tu geS capital  without   labor.
Ltm-iauoi;..
The young man with tho'.nilltnry uniform had been tollintjof M-i hardships and
-Iwcit with )."-���'tlcular emphasis on tho rations. He wus tlo-^usatly indignant, when
his mother lnterrn ��t��d.
"Honald, p 1 oile .vho hoar you might
think you do not love your country."
"Yes, 1 do lova my country," bo ar
sweivd, 'and I'm willing to overlook
faults, but I'm blessed if I eun go so far
as to praise its cooking."���Washington
Star,
Through Thick and Thin.
They are with u_ again, the brave laddiei
iu blue,
And ive welcome them all with a will.
......  we'll help them forget all the woes
tn... went through
Where the batile notes echo and thrill.
And it's thankful we aro Ihera'a no greater dismay
As \vr. fcs;ize on each conquering troop;
They are w-th ub again from the thick of
the fray
And the thin of the coffee and so'io.
���Now York Truth.
METPOITIST.
Services next I,ord' s Day at  nr
la. in.and 7:30 p.m.
Class meeting, after the morning
Service every Sunday.
Sabbath School  at 2 p tn  every
Sunday.      Prayer   meeting   every
I Thursday evening at S.
1
Rev. T. lT- Bens, pastor.
ST. ANDREW S PRESBYTERIAN
1     .Services next l.ord^K JDay .at   11
I a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Sabbath School  at 10 a m   Mid-
I week ���meeting on Wednesday even.
j ing at 7.30 o'clock.
Kev. J.  H.  White, M.A.
Hot Courting:.
"Do you court an investigation?" Inquired tho interviewer.
"Well," said Senator Sorghum slowly,
"I dmi't oiaotly liko the phrase. I'm
willin to meet an investigation if circum-
stiineeo make it necessary. Hut 1 aiu't
iBukin love tu it."���Washington ritar.
BAPTIST.
Is-
They Do It Souic-tlmca.
The Spinster Man���I shall never marry
any ont).
Tho Bachelor Maid���Bnt perhaps some
���one will uinrry you.���Detroit Frue I'ruaa
Sabbath   services ��� Crescent
land, 3 p.m.; Ladner, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at 10:30 a. m.
Prayer meeting on -Thursday tft
8 P.IM.
THE INVENTOR.
as hi
/""V- ���
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Founded 1892 Incorporated 1893
Provides  a Christian   Home for   Students of   both
���sixes  at  moderate   rate..    Has  a   preparatory   class   for
junior students taking  Public  School  work.     Does High
School work and prepares for Provincial Teachers'  Kxani-   _
dilations,     Teaches   all  branches  of a   Practical -BusineK.
Course and confers Diplomus.     Imp.irts a Libera!! Education in its   Collegktc  Course, and  iu  the Ladies' Course
for M. E. L., and M_ L. A.    In Theology confers the degree of B.D.    In University work can take student? 'through
tthe complete Arts Course for  the   RA. degree of Toronto
'University, with which the College is iu full affiliation.    In
Science teaohes ,the  First Year of Toronto  School of Sci
���ence, and has a Special  Engineering 'Course  adapted  to
'.Practical-Engineering work ih this Prov.nc
complete  course   in theory,   voice  culture, and
���organ, in  conjunction  with  the Toronto colle.
Special instruction in art and elocution, while
*re  required to take physical training with  all  the  priv
���titles of a well equipped gymnasium.
TOWN TOPICS.
Chicago Is on .. r to welcome Hnil CM:!? I
They claim to havo not only iiMun .nuui'i !
a_j<.it ty tliero, but noveral Glory Quay lei
��s will.     -lew sud!���Boston ricnild.
_:���   ' m  can  i-.ir'';.- ;-o v/rong on art,;
;   Iglnx from tho malto up of her tiro i.ri
coniuil -i"c    >',-.l.:tnrti..tf -will do well tc '
oomproliund too situation.-.1 .Boston :X__-
shaiigo.
Thc "i rid tions rr.ovo. Chicatioac'tially
^onlciif; hues tiie a;-pointment of a com. I
mis. ion to doviso n new form ot govern- '
:..,   tf-.fi:   ; badly annutfod^olifi���i.ia ���
Doaj ��� 11   'I ri   inc.
'. I a Plttslrarg DippnWh flcclares thai
'.'_',- .in. _ ]l:.--i-.l h.ii.chftll.    (jlevolnnd
fa   ��� ".  llll " to v..:i'< rFomctliiug hand-
;oni" !'...(���'. ls'\cl;,i..Uvi-Oil in llunii-cuit.
-i Hi .,..���-. .I.-; all h.
j, |.o i...11 u-ii}.i Ir.-iio flned'un ofTondM
..-..l-i-; ihc Bnirho  nuisance  __.v)60ahd
i., . aa ... - il.   Iu ('imago���but why
p r. tin  lino mui prograselve cltybi
.lie igo with ii.'cio old Londouf���01 I  's.-c
A. ���novel sort of window glass Ju
Invented, l'oisoiis on tbc inside ul iL'u
house can boo throiiith it, but it is opauue
to thore on i i"' ~
Msiitu . nude of hardened glass In vart-
otisi colors arc now mantifiu/turi d In England, It is Bald ti-at thoy are aaslor and
lighter for exercise than thu steel i ni _.
Io support a can.era on an ordinary
eane or stall a metal huso is provldi d v, ith
two spring clips at the ondi. v hich hold
tho camera in ; luce, I iio Uudcreido of !ho
base having four spring arms wbi-di tu.
leud downward tsj e, elanipln!? i-ic^st
wbich slios-ovt ������ tii-i ondsol tbo tune.
To mnke fortunes nut
of tbo .future you must
put something Into tho
present     	
Agents WantiJ
iTn   Sell   Securities.
fOR   cm f  I'ruil  l._icls-.ini
  Cheap      lioou s,
City Lots, Harms ami _u_urbaa
ti;nl a ��� Cnppe. s'l>a.
B'lg   01 vi ileniVo
over Hritish
all
Culunibla
Acreage, &c,
BB-TTT^-H  . -rrvi TTn/fT-TA  .   n.T.USTRATEk)
Containing over too Views,   l'ost paid ajc., stumvs.
Richest I'rovince in the British Empire.
I
1
The
Nothing Risked, Nothing dained. Nothing Ventured, Nothing Won.
Splendid  Opportunity to Invest.
Richest Men in the World are investing in I?. C. Copper-
JB?
::. .::'.-rd.'!:���<'..   i: nnt'1 work tOlnnlllt.'vU
,  ,..i 'i mi   r.uo of i' 11 itlzons dfn'ov-
i m iii      bet ie i roj ntit sof suljiliurii
. ��� ��� m ii i, now fulling ou il' prnpost
il, ,i i ho b iee mil curvo originated m
in 'i rniiscrli t.
Ir.  Music, n
I iano  and
e of music.
ill students
ll  j .'.!���*���' iti i '! ��� ������   l'n' '���"���!' ������ '"i'>r l!��<
- ...  :..., i :���:'������ ��� ;������������: ���.������: .'��� J'OU can
i ��������� maul '-.ui I,   .-i .i :: c .-..   -. .
,;.,, ;'., ;i ,.; . . ���     .-... .-...wi i lei t, In idc.l
tl.? h:.i:    nl I diibt out "i   bal I   u��hn_
,.   , t   |i i. i n  iio <"',: vvl Ich  si n i'     01
., it. til .ii iho n.i'iii-.stit Hours or ��.n
.   ills.
II   c.sics  bc'-o': c dhrehired fin'ii frnh
ur tea  hi., ns, tako u lict!_ tr. ���, hi s on t
;   lb i .'      ."'.     tl   I'.    I!    '   lh0W 11
. , .-...i.i cf tiu>t ji��-.i dishwater when
. r.dlo joins Ota ii'i.t
I ir.c_:. he tnVen up hy both r-irs,
it -. ill 1 mt mirth r<ngcrt! an if corrWI en
pull ii (irtsiii.sl I j i ue, U:o weight b 1113
iiku'o oveniy tlividod. It. is not the erii io��l
l) i ��� i:i i ||(l ...;'��: ti p .1 nek nnd fuattn
tu car win. b-i us. ��� ....i |    liyout.
DERI IN'8  DRUG  STORES.
Cvriotm \nmei4 Beatowed by Aiiottit*
<..-irl-k-  <-"  Their NllOVNs
Tho Gcrtnnn dniKstore IsalnKjj'sn myp   i
ttry  to tho Amcriuin when  he flrst  becomes   one   of   it-   ' nslen.ns.     It   is   not I
nearly so ooinprehonslV-i��s tbe American |
institution qt lhe samo kind. The uf.olho- ;
| nary's department, wlilch  is ouly one f;-a- i
turoof tho AiiHtieun drug store, is an In-  I
; depeiidentcstul'li.-liniciit In Germany nnd |
j ls devoid to tha Ailing ol  prescriptions
) ami  tho duties nf tbe apothecary     Tho i
"dranucrls," qjaJto a sopnroto plaoo, pro  t
viih-a 'half tlio articles eustorntirlly te'.ind '
' acre  In  tbo li.-uu sioi-c     It Is to tho dro   '
j jtuerlo that ono must go I iraoap  tooth-
.���ru-.l.e;., drugs In the in.re iu .1 all I f lb. ������
���>-.-. i.���lei not dnalt In by  tho apethecan
i Ibo division moy bo aoouvonl nt ouq nil   |
| er thb myitorlo. hnvti hern iijusterod, but i
I it is ci i : i ��lnsg ci first,
.. riothcr p-.ici li.ii-ity.of thonpothecnrle.
'   thai in ml i.t  t!    .. i...-..- r. nnm <lis; lay
���ii.    'i liai en.-ii in dates  :r un tho oai IIchi  j
:y.; uf   thiir ���li1Sto��*      'II.- old   I an
j tho-sbops have s-ur.iwd tn some oxtcnl
] althoughJl�� inr.-..��� ntnln II   name, hr.vi   i
j   .I'.en plaoc.ttcr ol In   .'���'������ .     tc I to thr
ion un i. i.i1  c.i I -.. i    i.' mi i'i i a tlm      !
j Tho ciiv   today   | on     s   Ml   .--.. ips . .
ipotIii-milis.   and    many   bnvo   adopt   I
in.11us taken from tbc i trrct, square or re   ;
liiim ��.n whi. h  t io;- .->.-��� fdttutted    Then
aro BO of thoso, nnd 19-.0   known only by j
tho natt'cs of iln'T ; ir;:-'' ��� ��������������     N'Inotepn I
aivi;u:;.cd Aftor 4iirds, the tiaRlo havinj.
ton  tis.med  in  it's  bei  ir     T'w   ��� ar  ul!
sorts of eturlus amo? v, these tuti���black
rod and white.   Other lwmcrinutiido wild .
anl i-nli   uythr.l cli   I   n ipi' -.  such   ���
Mini rvn ni 1  . : rn,   nd re.'ui titles like
IViu ii j li   :-. 1 Jt ;������       i VI ti rla,    MosI
��� ;i.   .. .��� ;.i   - hoi ��� ��� alii I  "'������.    famous hi i
tori ,.l ij. i       .���    s.-.i I. .-is j'.rininius, Ro
'anil Und .-i.,-.:i���,������:. ���1.\.-h-i'JKu
616 m MHJMD m IIS, LH.
GoW  and Silver Minus.     Why can't you begin uow
i Sic Greatest Gold-Copp*T Discovery of tl"" Al��e Is ln B.C.
ULL! UULU illllllLU,  LIU.       \JU|ilJu!
Every Dollar Subscribed used in Development of Mine.
Special < ffer iOc p;r Share, will  shortly  advance to $1.00
���^'TMims directly west of Le Roi and l.e Roi No. 2, .shares
said from - cents to $100.00:; .ind Consolidate? Mining and
Smelting Co. of Canada, Ltd., shares J.150TOO each; the Gictit
California, adjoining our own, shares about $1.10.00; Gratiby
Mine paid over $3,000,000 Dividends per year, 'Gold-copper
mines iu "BrHisb Columbia paid  Large  -Dividends.
Big   Four
assays trom   $5   to  $800  in   gold, cupper,  silver,   Wltb   32   per
cent! in the Treasury.    Invest now and you wont rteret it. JJJJ
Note���Most O.I these mines si-ii for a few cents once, bu
over-capitalized even now, pay big dividends. Big Four iifon
the railway, near smelters,
Rosslajid Mines received Higbes! Awards lor richest gold-
copper ore -int to St. Louis Exposition. Hig Tour had Best
Display at Domrnion Fair, New Westminster, ll.C.
No'less than 100 shares sold, All Cash. Above this shares
nm be had on instalment plan, or yearly contract, 15 per cent,
cash, balance monthly.
Nearly Two riiles ol Railway on Property,
Catnpan
��� debt" or llntiilities.
'Milllllv; I ]  lo Dati      1
smri fur mu -Irate . Prospect in nnd'-took-
tnry, vt Ith 5 1 rir-s In -.tamp..
BIG   FOUR   MINES,   LIMIIEJ
P.Cr Fox t74, Vancouver, B. C.   Canada.
A Klce RnilronU.
"General Archio Wllllnnis," fnvn the
Sniisas City slournnl, ' wa��on a train fo-
Iiir np I'iUc'a peak ono duy hist siiiiiniT
At the Uelf way bouso he not off ami parch..-i.l a big basket of violets at an ox-
pernio<_M 10. Riturnine to thu train, h*
tpetetitei eadb wonian witb a beautlfaj
iKjiuiutt, thotiRii all of the women woro
��tiui!!_ers. Ily anil hy tlm husband of oee
���t tho wotnni cmne lui-U from tho mnftk-
lug car, and tshu mild to him: 'I think t lite
|�� tho nil est railroad 1 ever rode on. Tha*
oruhi inuii ovor there gave every one of <M
a lovely botuiuot.' "
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The
Times
H. tc'l b��r he ������
, 1 11     survive
If Ihi   j,   i
, 1 :.i 11 , ��� apart;
Bh.> rptirn *'. .���
still ai .1.
Anil  ���   i.1 a  1
thai 1.1 ��� ��� lu bet
hi.111.
���' iii'-.'i^u 'i'ev.'S.
A'lli-- s.-r -..   ':i-V-'>'t"-<>"k.
" T imi boy hi .t door vvhwis learning te
ilny iliocoi      ' - 1 lv*."
" Y. b, hi ���:'���'!  ������  :   ! tn 1 mnoh
i    -.    ri     ,.'.i        ��������   u.nsli ians is
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LOCAL NEWS.
Mrs. W. J. Frederick visited the
Royal City, on Friday last.
Lost.
M/Bv Philpott, ot  Westham Island', visited the  Royal   City
Friday last.
on
B_fv. Canon Hilton arrived home,
Friday, by the R.M.S. A.prangi,
ffo^.Honobilu.
Mrs. Fred Lacey and infant son,
returned home, Friday. Inm a visit
tflthe Royal City..
On Sunr'ay list, between Geo.
Devitt's and Harris Bros.' a brown
katlier wallet, containing $52.
Finder v. ill be rewarded on leaving same at
THIS OFFICE.
1 CLfl. J
...-. ��� cBto ^-x xaemvmm amatmmame
Leave
Guaranteed upon absolutely safe security���first
mortgages on substantial city properties Seven and
Eight Per C:.xt. Ctaranteed, free of all chsirgcs,
Rjev. J. F, and Mrs. Betts returned home, Wednesday, Irom a visit
tip the Royal City.
For Sale.
One  set   single   buggy harness,
one set Single heavy express, also
one Express wagon.with  top.    All
in good order.
For sale cheap.
H. T. KIRK,
Hardware Merchant,  New   Westminster.
upon sums, ranging
from Five Hundred Dollars up.
White, Shiles & <�� *
New Westminster,.B.C..
Agencies Represented-
llnrllor.l Fire Insurance Co.
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Brooklyn
Connecticut Vire Insurance Co.
Insurance Cu., of North America
The Ocean Accident 8 Ouarantoe Corporation, Ltd., of I.nudon. Hng.
Notice of Dissolution. L
Imperial Trust Co.. Ltd.  Vancouver. B.C.
Geo. Grauer returned home, yesterday, from his.home at liburne,
where he spent,Sunday.
Jas. Grant underwent an operation, on Friday, last, and is doing
as well as can be expected.
Tbc-ftcyal Mail gasoline launch
overslept itseli. yesterday morning,
bjr about aivhou. and a half.
Je.sse lumber., ot Ducks, B.C.,
aecom^iuied by his tou, is staying
with his cousin. Jas. Bearson.
Hi Tv RiiK oi Hew Westminster,
c��me down ihere on Tuesday last
and bought a team of horses fiom
Alex. Davie.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting
between us, the undersigned, bas
been this day dissolved by mutual
consent. All debts owing to tbe
said partnership are to be paid to
B. T. Calvert at I.adner, B.C.,.aud
all claims against the said partnership are to be presented to the said
E. T. Calvert by whom the same
will be settled.
Dated at Ladner this
July, A.D. 1.908.
E. T. CAI.VRRT,
O. G. LEWIS.
Why Send Vour Money
Out of the country to pay- for tour when
you can buy
Royal Standard Flour
To notify the people of Ladue? aad su**
rounding district that we are now in a
position to ofter Vancouver Island
Portland  Cement
At greatly reduced prices, making it possible, for parties who contemplate building
to put in concrete foundations at about tho
same cost as piling or other inferior
material.
Write for Prices.
BILLET BROS.
WESTMINSTER,
Notice of Dissolution.
manufactured in this city.. We. bring No. 1 hard
wheat irom the Frairies, bought witn certificate
ist day ofj of quality and grade certified by government in-
' specters.. 'The condition under which ROYAL
1 STANDARD flour is milled cannot be surpassed.
JThe quality, color and flavor of the bread made
|from BOYAL STANDARD is securing increased
\ business"!or us every day.
The���S.'S. Sonoma leaves. Ladner
a| 8:30 a.m..and 3:30 p.m.; returning, leaves Steveston at 9:30 a.m.
and 443$ p.tn..
Mrs. Tbos. Wilson-, of East Delta.
was in.town, on Saturday last, for j
.ja e first time- after undergoing an
operation,(for appendicitis.
Miss Johnston and Misa McCane,
of, Vancouver, and Miss Winter, of
Westminster j spent a few days here.
l��st week* the guests of Miss Betts.
Notice is hereby given tbat the
partnership heretofore subsisting
between us, the undersigned, as
butchers and cattle dealers in the
Village of. Ladner-, has been this
day dissolved  by  mutual consent. I
All debts owing to the sai<t pc.rtiver..!
ship ate to be paid to T. W. Foster j
at Ladner-aforesaid, and all claimsJ
, against the said partnership are  to
Ibe   presented   to tbe   said T. W.
i Foster by whom the  same will be
settled 1
Dated .lt^aciuei rani  .....  j....
July, A.D.,.i9o,S.
JAS. McCALLAN,
THOMAS W. FOSTER.
If   you   have    not    yet    tried    ROYAL
STANDARD flour, do so to-day.
Sold by W. H. SMITH..
MANUSACTURFD   BY
Vssiansver Hilling I Grain Co., L.W.,
VAISOOUVE?, Bi 0.
B. C\
.n.
I
A\ young man engaged on the.
Vasey.larjn was struck, on Satur*
day last, by, a horse fork, which fell
some fifty feet, striking him on the
tafw.k.of the neck. He-was .rather
badly hnrt, but was very fortunate
i.$,..ss��ping with, hi,s !&.
Land Registry Ret.
Mrs. W; Hensesiiy visited her
npother, Mrs. Adam Read, on Friday last, aad' reports her as. im-,.
proving slowly. For a time the^011011 tliereto
doctors held oui but little- hope for
her. recovery, but now. expect to
have her up in about two weeks.
Re   Part   135  .\cres of Lot  177,
Group II., District of New. West?
mi nster s
A Certiiieate of Indefeasible Title
to-the above property will be issued
to William Attenbomugh Kirkland
on the loth day of August, 1908,
unless in the meantime a valid ob-
be made to me in
writing by a person or- persons
claiming an estate or interest therein, or in any.part thereof,
C. ,S.  KJEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, July 8th, iqoSi
If You Have Not Ordered Vour
BINDER TWINE
See Us Before You Do.
*mmmm***m*mmm m ������ >���-*-__.���>�����_^�� m Wiw w��yi mn ��.
Cherries, Currants and
AH Other Berries Wanted
Also
rVEMWARE,
Cut ESfa&Sr
Wat&fo3S and
ATI Kinds of Jeweller*
New Stocks
Call and See Them
Jl. Clausen,
LADNEI*.   B.  C.
How Aboisii
1 bat new Harness you need?
Don't think you can't afford it
till you've given us a chance
We sell no inferior goods, nt*
old fashioned appliances.
ALL OUR HARNESS
is   made   from,   the   best
feather in the most workman
like      manner. Blanket.-.,.
Whips,   Halters   and   everything a horseowuer needs.
B. C. Leather Co., Ltd.
112 Hastings .Street. Vancouver. B. C.
T; JVLadner met'with a very
upcot-Mioa cccid-u. on Saturday
lastj During convalescence he has
bbes in tbc habit of resting outside
in an easy chair and  on, Saturday
l* feH asleep. Upon awaking he! lowing Title Deeds relating to the
swooned, and fell to the grotrad' said property are requested to de-
svrikiog amoag some potted plants liver the same to the undersigned-
wttth tbe result that' his- lace was.3��lh April,.1887. deed, John Kirk-
l*tdl$. ca* by the broken flower land to Edgar Franklin Kirkland.
ppte. and Dr. Woodley was-called! CORBOULD &��� GRANT,
i$ te attand to his wounds-   He is' SaHaUors far applicant,
dioit-K as-well las possible. ! New Westminster, B C.
New Potatoes, Immediately Jj
Estate ot
The person or persons having ini
their custody or possession  the iol-!]3on't forget that We Want
All Your Poultry
at tiie very BEST PRICES'
When* Yot* Require
Furniture.,   Carpets,    Linoleum.    Window*
Shades   or   Any  Article  of Furniture  oui
Household Furnishings a. visit to   LEE'S
sjrEQBE will convince you that there, is the1
BIGfcET BLACK TO BUY..
TOsitoi-S. Welfcome..
Anything and Everything
In fche way of Farm Produce and Machin-
, ery handled, besides a Few Specials for the
Farmer's Wife..
E. T. CALVERT,
GENERAL
DEALER
w.
McBRIDE,
General Merchant.
Phone 5,   -   Port Guichon
LADNER,. BX.
KE.S fURRITHRE EMPMiUM,     :
JfEW WESTMINSTER,,       -       -       -       B. a!
Produce Stored m
Shipped Direct
To M Ii C Portsl DEL
��rVT
Vol. 5, .No. to.
LADNER, B. C, TUESDAY,   vt GIST 4, 1908.
Haying Necessities"
It pays to use the very best salt you can obtain
ror your Hay. WE HAVE IT. Ask for LIVERPOOL
COARSE SALT.
Hay Forks and Carriers,  Blocks, Cable
and
Everything; Necessary for Makifi;
CREEK WATH IS OK. Big Circus
The lour samples of water taken from Anderson j
Creek, above wliere it is proposed to put down the intake,
have been analyzed and pronounced to be "Good for!
Domestic Purposes."
1
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Hav
FRUIT  JARS.
500 Dozen. - - 500 Dozen.
Pints, Quarts and   Half Gallons.
Dry Goods.
���I'U nmer Vests> Hosiery, Neckwear,
Veilings, Belts, Sunshades,
Bathing Suits and Gaps.
Ladies'  and   Children's Footwear
Men's furnishings.
Summer Underwear, "Work Shirta
Gloves, Harvest Shoes.
Headquarters  for Working  Men's
Outfits.
High  Grade  American   and   Canadian Shoes.
nre
*_! tk Port I Royal City Rejoices
A fire occurred on Thursday New Westminster, July 28.���
night last, at about 10:15 o'clock, | Last night "was probably the live-
which completely destroyed the | liest that the old Koyal City has
granary and wharf belonging to the I ever seen, and   the  festivities that
It is n pleasure to announce the
lact that on Monday, August 17th,
the Barnum & Bailey Greatest
Show on Earth will give two performances  in   Vancouver, thus af-
: fording an opportunity to the people ot this district to visit the gieat-
j est amusement enterprise the world
I has evei known.
j     For fifty-four years  the   Barnum
i& Bailey show has led the world in
Guichon Estate and the large warehouse, granary and wharf owned
by the W. L McBride Estate. The
caifie   f the fire is unknown.
he ioss of these  buildings  will | In the east the team has been given
be a detriment to this district, and [the nameof the "Family Compact,"
it   is   sincerely   hoped    that   new j because of so many of the members
buildings will be erected  on  these | having the same name,
nffieiently
marked the receipt of the news that j an matters pertaining to big amuse-
the boys  had annexed the
silverware   will go down in
history as an epoch-making  event.
Mintoj ments.    There is not a  country on
sites   sufficiently    commodious   to
handle, with the B.-K. Co 's build- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
fflgs.   the   hay   and   grain  to  be | celebrated at bome last night by a
handled shortly. [family compact with  almost every
The Guichon building contained | raa��. woman and child in   the citv
about 100 tons of  hay belonging to |
Welsh & Guichon, and   12   tons ot
oats, the property  of the  Guichon
Kstate.
The McBride building contained
about 30 tons of new hay from A.
Davie's farm; 10 tons hay from
John Richardson's faimj Fred.
Taylor's hay press outfit, and a
hay press the property of the Wai
worth-Rolstou  Co.,   Vancouver;  a
local' earth where it is not as well known
as in America, nor a city of any
size in tlie world where its mammoth tents have not been pitched.
Royalty has applauded it and the
peasantry has marvelled at it, and
all the world, civilized and savage,
Their achievements in Montreal j has contributed to its multiplicity
during   the.lsst  two  weeks  were j of attractions.
The spirit of its  great founder,
one of the most  wonderful  men in
all history, P. T. Barnum/still lives
filling   a   tumultuous   role   in thej >�� the policy of the present raanage-
jubilant family circle. The big thing | me��t. while the perfect system put
about the celebration  was that it iint�� operation by  the great James
was spontaneous, everybody apparently capitulating to an impulse to
ease oft their feelings by making a
noise. In the first stampede after
the end of the game Rev. J. S.
Henderson was hoisted on the
shoulders of half a dozen men and
'carried in the procession down Columbia street.    A halt was made  in
A. Bailey, is still in operation.
This season the show is much
larger than ever before, and additional interest attaches to it because the parade, a feature which
for several seasons has been missing, is again in its customary place.
For four years artists, sculptors
and mechanics have been working
day and night at the foreign work-
McCALL   PATTERNS.
Full  Stoek of McCALL   PATTERNS.    Ask  for  Free
FASHION SHEET.
ton of potatoes  for   D. A. McKee    -___________________________^^^^__
beside-  Uay,   dairying  utensils be- {front of c- A. Welsh's store  and a
longing  to   the   Guichon   Estate,  number of speeches were delivered j shoPs of tbe show  at Stocktohon
democrat and harness and a lot of b-v M"-- Heiiflcison, T-  J.  Johnston j Trent, England, building this great
general merchandise, weigh scales.
etc.
Had it  uot  been   for the strenu
otis  efforts   of  the  bucket brigade !Tlie   wild   procession    then    con-
under fire  chief Jos. Jordan, there I tinued,   Mr. Henderson, the presi
is  but  little dciibt  that  th*. imtel
and others. The speakers did not j Stre<-'L pageant, and tbe result of
forget in their remarks, Mr. Welsh,'their labors now is expressing it-
the business manager ot lhe team. I seli" >�� lbe must cos;1v a"d longest
The   wild   procession    then   con-istreet   Pa"de    that    ever    passed
L   , _,  __,   dent,    anrl   tr--'-- -rs.,
aim store would have falley a prey | tary ofthe club in th
to the devouring element.       B^_
Chevron, 'cession wa.s composed
Three young nie
through the streets of auy city.
. BU     -      ....._ -_.,s.��rt    II,     fc_U_..CT*_S__. pX,
van  and the, bibition  tent   opens   with   a   new
whole throng following.    The pro- spectacle.     The  acts   that   follow
of a  mixed! are a" Eu ipean and of great nov-
Bob  Genge.  lostI assembly  of   businessmen,   clergy-. ell>' aud variety
men,   lawyers, ranchers, teamsters, I formers,   nearly
steamboatnien   clerks and, in   fact,
representatives of every class. Near j ��' f-"e ""'
awful   exhibition
Marshall Smith & Co., Ltd.
J. Hewston and ^^^^^^^^^
their trunks, containing manv valuable trinkets; Genge Inst his African medal with two bars, which
he prized very highly.
The OwlehtJn building was fully
insured while the McBride property
I was only partially insured.
It was a lucky thing  for Ladner
that vysry little wind   was blowing! rie(1 l)11 '<> llic evening.
at the time.    Had-the  usual west: 	
wind sprung up, there is no doubt
hut that the flames would -have demolished everything along the
river front.
Of the 375  per-
     300   have   never
toured .America before.  The climax
is  the most daring and
the head of the procession marched ] awlul   exnibition    of    nerve   .and
two enthusiasts carrying sockeyes.   i death daring ever attempted.    The
The   afternoon   festivities,   how- j act is caIled   "Autos  that  Pass  in
ever, were as nothing   compared to the Air'"    As the name briefl>' ex"
ubilification" which was car-] Plai"s' il is tlie passing of two automobiles  high  above the  heads of
the people, while leaping a   50-foot
the   jt
Fernie Wiped Out.
Dr. Wilson report
put up between 300
of hay this vear.
that he will
ancl  353 tons
gap.    The velocity is gained by a
lightning-like dash  down  a steep
  steel incline, one machine  hugging
* I close  behind  the other.    A sharp
At 4 p.m., Saturday, the bush j upward terminal of the track sends
fire at Fernie got beyond control the automobiles up into space. One
ancl spread to the city of Fernie
pi��� .-j���1���-1 ij���i	
.YORE ENTERPRISE.
Another valuable piece of farm
jnachiuery has been added to tbe
Delta. D. Gunn, of Boundary
Bay, took home, last week, a new
Cyr-Massey threshing outfit, which
Will enable bim to not only save
his own giain belore the wet sea-
sou sets in, but also to help the
other farmers on the bend who are
usually left until the threshers are
through on the flats.
SACKS    and    SACK    TWINE.
Bran, Shorts. Corn and all kinds
of Feed.
Brackman-Ker  Milliitj  Co., Ltd,,
CARD  OF THANKsS.
We wish to '.ike tliis opportunity
Great improvements have been
made to the Guichon homestead,
the roof has bejn leshingled and
the  front  fixed  up  and  a coat ot
H. N.
RICH,  Agent.
Ladi.er, B.
' pt expressing  onr  gratitude to theipajnt added) making a pr,.Uy ho,lle
many kiud friends who so  willing-1
ly assisted  us during
Thursday night last.
W    L.  McB-.IDI
tlie   Ure  oui
prettier.
.TATE.
The Secretary of the School
Beard has just received a number
���f flags from tbe Provincial government, one for each school in the
district. This is a very good idea
is tbere are many children and
strangeis in our Midst wbo need
educating along this line.
Free! Tavlor was oot   n the Gulf)
fishing at the   time  of  the   fire, |
wherein he  lost  his  baling outfit,!    Delta  has entered
while his wi:e had  to  work pretty Sr >'e, vi/., that of a health resort for
lively to  protect  their  home from Kamloops'   sick. '  Master   Arthur
being burned   up.   The  roof took ! Darroch having  been   dangerously
fire  several  times  and one of tl.e,ill, his parents were advised by the
An   unsuccessful    atte npt    was
. made to burglariz    .1 e   Hotel Gtii-
! chon, on Tuesday night  last,    All
upon  a new *he putty  from  around  a pane of
glass had been  remove.l  w
marauders were disturbed.
the
young lads was put on the roof
while the mother banded up the
pails of water and succeeJed in extinguishing the sparks as they fell.
There were many other cases where
sparks fell all around the dwellings
and careful watch had to be maintained.
doctor to send hi;u to Delta, with
the result that alter his arrival here
he began to mend, although he is
still a very sick child. He had
been suffering from dysentery. Mrs.
Darroch brought ber son down and
Is staving with her parents, Mr,
and Mrs. W. J. Frederick.
DELTA   DRIVING    PARK
ASSOCIATION.
A meet
ing
of
the above
sAssoci-
ation will
be
b
eld   at
Mr.
Bown's
Office   at
8
o'clock
.���11.
sharp,
Tuesday.
Au
;u
t   lit
, to
receive
aud pais
the
rr.
asurer
s account.
and in an incredibly short time the
whole city wa.s iu flames', destroy-1
ing the entire town with the exception ol 17 dwelling houses, and
rendering 5,000 persons homeless.
The estimated loss is two and a
half million dollars.
The towns of Hosmer and Coal
Creek are likely to suffer the same
fate.
On Friday, the 31st ult., tl.is
little town wai shaken to its core,
by the enombing of twentj-three
men in No. 2 shaft with but little
hope of :e 'cuing them aliv \
gracefully arches across the gap to
a spring platform, the other turning a com; lete somersault around
it and landing behind it.
Tbe circus, this season numbers
1,500 people, 700 horses, 10S cages
of animals, 5 railroad trains, 20
camels and nearly all the elephants
in America.
CUT  STAMPS IN
:\vo.
Ottawa,   July   25   ��� The dead
letter    oflice    is     being     flooded
with   let ers   bearing  only   hail a
Tercentenary stamp.    Tpis  stamp
is about wiee the size of tlu  re.; 11-
  t lar two-cent stamp,   and  bears the
��� heads of both the King and Queen.
Last  week, wdiiie changing  the j Evidently some people cannot seethe.
hay fork tit Hair.s Pros.' barn, the use for so much stamps ou a small
fork beenne detached from the ear- letter, and are accordingly cutting
rier and .'ell like li .i.tnin,-, striking ithe stamps in two, with the King's
one   oi   ihe   youi.1,  .men   on  thei head on one half and the Queen's
1 *
shoulder. Fortunately it straddled j on the other, thus making a two
the lad's shoulder .ind did no Inr- cent .stamp serve as postage for two,
ther damage than lo r.iise a lump j letters. A number of letters thus
on his lead an i to scratch his | stamped have already been sent to,
hand. the dead letter office. THE T)ELTA TIMES, TrEcDA"   ATT;T"rT 4,
THE  DELIA  TIMES.
Published evbrv Tuesday,
Subscription, $1.00 per year.
ADVERTISING   RATKS.
Casual  Artvertidci'iemt-., io Cents per \in? foi
ji* Tir^t Insertion, nud 5 cente per tine lor each
Bubfle<|U-.nt inset tion.     Tbe   number   ot  lines
.reckoned by the ,space occu^d, i J lines to the
nch.
Rates tor Commercial Advertisements can be
JSfld on npplicntiou at this olfics.
Renting notices 10 cents per Line for eacb in-
ier Uon.
Birth nnd Death notices, 50c., Marriages $i. to.
pron
nr Con.|.,...j, _.. ,.���	
���od ohargen accordingly
All advertisements charged lor until ordered
out :md paid lor.
Correspondence invited on matters ol public
mc Market.   \fashion Stables*
Any special notice, the object of which isto
romote the pecuniary benefit of any Individual
rcumpiiny, to be considered an aaverUdemeiit
nd ohnrged accordingly.
All advertisements charged lor until ordered
ut and paid lor.
Correspondence Invited on matters oi publio
Interest,  Communications to editor must be nc-
contpunted by name of writer( not necessarily
for publication 1 but ns evidence of good faith.
---.. iuonffi.(.i.v Thurs-
Corn
day
ipdndence must reach thi* office by Thun
' cuing.
Giso. R.
Manley,
Manager.
���    New   Westminster,   Auj.   1.���
I The  following are the prices tbat
ruled during the day:
Beef,   hindquarters,   gc   to   ice
per lb; forequarters, 6c to 6}4c.
Mutton, 13c to 14c per lb.
Limb, 15c per lb.
Veal,   small,   nc per lb;  large,
gc to ioc.
Pork, 8c to 8>/_c per lb.
Eggs,  wholesale,   30c   per  do/;
retsiil, 35c
Butter, 30c per lb.
Fowls,  $6.00  to $7.50 per doz;
chickens, $5.00 to $6.00 per doz.
Broilers, $3 to $5 per dozen.
Ducks, $4 00 to $6.00 a doz.
Potatoes, f20 per ton.
Raspberries, $1.75 per rrate.
Black currants, ioc per lb.
Bed currants, ioc.
Apples, ft a box.
Trucking and Draying.    Livery Work of
All Kinds Attended to Promptly.
All Kinds ox Firewood Always On Hand.
J. M. COLUNSON,-j^JMAMiMX-
The Celebrated geyisiered StantoM>re<i Stallion
6* BfaggQ stone ''
Sire-
(37357), Ree. 2.21%
-ALRXES, 2.18.      Dam-LUCELLE, 2.28*
Foaled, 1900.  Bark bay, 16 bands 1 inch
noon. NiGHT-
Monday, S. Morrow"? Farm; Dr. Wilson's Farm.
Tuesday, Gilchrist's
I
TUItSDAY.   AU.VST  ...   100*.
Having will be over about the
end uf this week, and the grain
harvest will be in full swing, some
���having commenced cutting already.
.     GOSSIPING'IS BAD.
The following piece of correspondence is published by special
request:
  Junction   City,   Oregon, ��� Dear
 j Editor Women's Work:    Seeing  a
We do not believe in saying that j number of letters about  gossips,   I
the crops are better than they really' wish t0 sr��y  there are  iudeed  t����
, ,,   . c ,,   i many of them���both men  and  wo-
are, but we notice that some of the;
: men     Some men are slaves  to  to-
outside papers are savins' all  sorts . .    , .  ,
'   ' -    5 bacco   and   drink,   a  great   many
ot things  about  the  crops on the j more women &ac\ men are  slaves t0
Shoes for Everybody
Some Shoes look well and wear  badly, others look badly
and wear well,
Ours look well, feel well and wear well,
We not only aim at  having  the latest styles, but honest
goods as well.
We have All Sizes and Widths and can Fit Any
Foot Accurately and for very Little Money.
It wont do an3' harm to start dealing here,
JNO. REAGH,   LADNER, B, C.
I Wednesday, R. McKee's"
Thursday, I. Johnston's "
Friday, J. McElroy's "
Saturday, S. Hufi's        "
K. A. S. Scholefleld, Esq.,
R. E. Kittson's ^^^^^^^
F. J. Coulthard's "
Loney Bros.'
Sullivan Broi's.     "
G. B. Enibree's, till  Monday
���George .Brown,
Victoria, Owner.
Stud Groom
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED,
CAPITAL PAID-UP,
RESERVE FUND,
$4,000,000
$3,900,000
$4,390,000
Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done.
Total Assets Over Forty-Five Millions.
Accounts of Out-of-Town Customers Given Special
Attention.
BANK BY  MAIL.
Delta. The crops on the Delta,
this year will just come up to Fair.
It is a very long way from a banner .rop, either oi hay or grain.
Th .re will be considerably more
straw than usual, which, evidently,
has led the uninitiated to state with
enthusiasm that we have a banner1,
crop.       	
. The Str. Transfer goes oil this
run on the 15th inst., unless arrangements ate made to turn over
the government mail contract to
the C. P. N. Co., in the meantime.
If the Transfer goes off the run
step* will  be taken  to  put  on a
gossip.    They pass what spare time
they have in "airing" their  neighbors.    They make us think  ot  the
turkey buzzard, always looking  for
the dead horse or sheep; and   when 1
two or more of these scandal-mon-1
gers get together what a least  they]
have.
I  think   il  the majority of   the
j readers  of  the  Homestead  would
each  write a  letter  for these columns and  cry  down this practice
it would  do  much  to lesseii   the
' amount of talebearing.
Kacb and everyone of us should
try to get the very best there is out
of this life, and how can we if we
show so little charity toward our
neighbors
the Delta Saw mills
Are Prepared to . , .
Furnish All Kinds of
ROUGH   &   DRESSED   LUMBER
At LOWEST PRICES. Also
Shingles,  Doors, Sash and
Mouse   Finish   of  All  Descriptions.
Savings Department.
Accounts may be opened with deposits of ONE DOLLAR
and  Upwards.     Interest paid,  or credited,  quarterly on  31st   March, 30th June, 30th
.September,  31st  December.
K. D. SIMPSON, Manager,  LADNER, B.  C.
freighter to  run between  vancou-
I know people that will repeat
things some one ,��� ,.���.:^ ni.onti
ver and Laduer which will Pllt 1 certain neighbors, without a ques-
Westminster on the sidetrack, tion as to its truthfulness nor will
where they deserve to be for their they even try to find out if it is true I
indiscretion in interfering too much but take it all for granted, and nothing is ever told twice in exactly the
same way it was originally  told for
The   BEST  Water   Tanks   Are
Made at This Mill*
1
Y
T
*t!  Acclimatized Steck.
J. HENLEY
NKW WESTMINSTER,    :-.  B. C.
i
1
���*��� Manufacturers of h!1 kinds o!
with the business  interests of this
part o! the river.
E. Brynjolfson, ol Victoria, spent
a few days at the Point, last week,
the guest of Mr. Eriekson.
we all hear differently and  under-
���-=��� I stand  differently, and  lo a certain
As a result of Westminster's jug-1 extent use  our  imagination   in re-
.,    ., i peating what we have heard.
gling with tke down river mail ser- V   ^s^ ^ ^   ^^^
rice, it looks very much as though j ^^ ^ to ^ ^ ���    ^ u_ give
Ladner businessmen  were going to j ...... neighbor  credit  for   having as
be humbugged to a finish.    It is high ideals of lite as our own, until
up to the businessmen here to form i they have  proven  beyond   a ques-
. .     ,  u^rA ���f trade tion that they are all bad.
themselves   into   a   board 01   rr.u .e j
-nemsc.vc:. I       -^ ^^ .q   ^^   w[_o ar(_ bafj
let us  show  some  charity.    Each
Mr. and Mrs, W. Ansell and
Mrs. F. Cullis paid a business visit
to the Terminal City, yesterday.
and, with the Council, make a bold
strike ior better communication,
both postal and otherwise. A communication suited to  the  needs  of
H. M. Vasey brought down a
small band of horses, last week,
and, after disposing of them, he
left again for the Interior.
JL DeR. TAYLOR,
G. liCLSON THORPE,
Veterinary Surgeons.
All   Calls	
Promptly Attended to
Phone 35 .Stainton Block
Ladner. B.C.
* Soda Water, Ginger
* Ale and Summer
.���. Drinks.
X       Vour patronage solicited
-_*i***,��v>*s*,,'��i*'*_ft'**fr'*s*****s��i*'**��i�� *$*, $
.ui uo  .......    .   - ,.           Miss Gillanders and Master Eus
one of us helps to make our   neigh-1 tace Gillanders, of Sfipperton, visit
bor what he is.    We can drag   him
down or lift him up.    Let us do all
this district a.s understood by those j the lifting we
most interested and not to suit the! neighbor up to
vagaries of an outside populace
METHODISTICAL.
ed their cousins, Misses Greta  and
Vera Gillanders, last week.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
Room a, Kllnnl nloek. New Westminster.
Mandolin F
Having been requested to start a
Mandolin Class, am now prepared to do -so. For terms, etc.,
apply
B.   H.   WEARE*
Care of Mr. J. W. Lanning.
Mandolins, Strings, Etc.,
Supplied at Citv Prices.
Seeds
Trees
Plants
For the
Farm, Garden, Lawn or
Conservatory.
Reliable Varieties at Reasonable
Prices. No Borers. No Scale.
No fumigation to damage stock.
No windy agents to annoy von.
Buy direct and get Trees and Seeds
that Grow.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray
Pu;-:ips, Spraying Maternal, Cut
Flowers, etc. Oldest established
nursery on  the mainland of  B. C.
Catalogue free.
li I HENRY'S Nurseries,
Greenhouses and Seedhouses
! VANCOUVER,   -   B. C.
At the society meeting, on Sun-;
day evening Inst, the following \
were elected to represent tbe Society on the Quarterly Official'
Board: G. R. Manley, Geo. La.s-
eter, sr., and Mrs. L. Gifford.
The. Quarterly Official llonrd
will meet, to-morrow evening, at 8
o'clock, in the church, lor thi
transaction of business, A full attendance is earnestly requested.
The Woman's Missionary Society will meet, on Thursday .afternoon, a^: 3 o'clock, at the home ol
Mrs. F. Cullis.
and   get  our
  ;her  plane  of
living.
"Be true to thyself aud thou
cans't not be then false to any
man."
But we are injuring ourselves by
harboring ill thoughts o! our neighbors.
Let us  hear Irom  more  Home-
. stead readets on this subject.   Who
. is on my side?    Let each one  of us
show his colors.���Autumn Leaf in
! Thc Pacific Homestead,
The government piledrlvet hns
got through witb a first-class job
of piling along the river front
which, with the brush and rock
behind it should do much toward
protecting the dyke from further
inroads.
Ethelvn Trapp, ot New Westminster, is a guest ol .Miss Edith
Rich.
When the remains ot the late Mr.
Yeatman    were    discovered,   they
were pinned down by a  fallen trie,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      the collarbone  being  broken, and
"~~ "~ [portions of his  djihing.his  boots
K. D. Simpson, manager ot tie .and cartridge belt were found lying
Royal Bank here, returned home, I as ihey tell and which were the
Saturday, from his vacation, and I means of ident.fic ition. His rifle
Hr. Snrague, who had been relicv j has not yit b-en Wund. The re-
ing, returned te Vancouver in the J mains were brought to Vancouver
evening. [ancl interred.
Butter and  Eggs!
1
��� 1
��� 1
Send  us your consignments.    We;
will  give  you  highest  prices and
prompt returns,
MILNE & GUNN'
137 Water Street,
Box 223.       -       Vancouver, B.C. |
Our Entire Stock of
Ladies' and Children's
Ready-to-Wear Goods
and Fancy Goods
AU  New and ITp-to-Date Stock, to Clear at Coat anl
Below,
Strayed.
Onto my property, June 27th.
Inst me red steer. Owner ma;
h ive tine upon provingj^propertj
and paving expenses.
W. J. FREDERICK.
THE WHITE HOUSE,
A. J. BIRTCH,
NEW WESTMINSTER, R (X THE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1008.
WANDERrS'S SONa.
Bf_juaris|i   nnl   llrnnt.
��� ',���';.ey   Wliiliiian   iu   Ids   "PiTS'M'.a.
tululliceuce.   of   rpiMee   ��lsiuai ok"
' i'i in;ii\.<"s Intimate fi'Ieni&Iifp*nIfh
��� ���'������������A ','.:'.' historian, is  well  kuowtt.
is also 'particularly attached 'to
. ��� Baui'i'oft so that when it be-
'      '.." a question of Saacroft being re-
!      ��� -I from Ills |>ost of United Statea
���i!'r at Ui.iliii Bisisiarok wrote-spe-
liy to hia friend Motley nnd bogged
���    .' to Inteirede with tlie'president to
mi. sv Can oro ft'to remain, and he did
i'Ml   'lU.
"Blsninrdk told me that when _3enor-
i.i Grant mine to Berlin lie neeompn-
1 ied him to see one of tlie reviews at
.iie Tempeiii ol._.  l'elil.    Grant WU* Hi at
well tl.it .lay. and they hml to Itrlve
out in a closed <_iiTlage.   Grant looked'
down, iifl  and told Bismarck that tt
worrlod  liim to think lhat he was to
Prussian soldiers sitting end-
di ������'   ���  In a cnrrlage like any ordinary
NeVf-'yiaiitnliid tlmt. Geneilfl
Plumule, said.    "Yen may sll
��� ii-n ;f; un view, 'lint onr sol-
- nr. wefi a ware -n-iurt sett at fight-
tllgfUinitB In this closed ^avi'loge.'""
A Parnble Impeached.
The parable of the wise man who
ibullt his house upon a rock and of the
otheriBinn who built on the sands wus
uttered ! 'fore tlie "house wi'h modeitu
iu.i ���(" i iu irts" 'bad made its appearance or inodPi-i fl unitary science had
been evolved, A rock foundation ls un-
Impeachable for stability, but sit may
foe vory bad when it eomes to a tmatter
of driiim ��� i\ .\iietlier it lie for lhe disposal of sewage or'of surface or ground
v.-nicr. A c liar excavated iu the rock
is 11 mnlly a wet cellar, because the wa-
���tei I. < flies ithrough .tie crevice, jind
Be; '.nr In the rook, and it is bolh dilii-
C'iiH aud*expensive to trench and drain
pi'i ;'��� rly about the walls'of n building
in a medium so hard to excavate. To
be "A'-, ii' the roi k drops away quickly on a hnrp'gi'i lo -Ms difficult} may
fi, altogether a i;111r.-*i- one. A good
gru fi I *"il Is rtne of lhe best to -build
upon in reap -t 'bof.li to-drainage and
i i the stahUlt. "f flip house,iand com-
VNil sn.-.ii. If not sifbject to the action
of riujnirg water,'Is a most excellent
foundation and a thoroughly good mo-
dilUU.
h.vi end enough or -_<_.r_ anii fttinngh ol
lofsw,
e_it th-> ^.nd waits. qud'ttm ecu v.-nit., and il-p
da- and nighl *s emmgll.
live ma . lon_ .i-lii;e road a-.id th - _rny, r tr.
paili t,t tile .; a
And tlie -.in.Is; will a:id the bird's wiil and
the tie.rUtcb8-st.il in tt;_
ffhy should 1 seek out sorrow awl cive [.old
Ibr strife?
I bavts ioied mneb an*! wept ia-tr.li. bnt trrst
and lovb nre nut l,if 1 ..
Tne ginss valla to my lieai'l, i.ml  ibe tuuai tu
my liinotl crios'up,
And tins _un sliines, nnd 11in road Rbines, atid
file \. lac's in Liie clip
I bave bad i nough of wvrlom and enough oi
mink,
For'tliu vrnj���'{)imp, and Uio encl's*oue, nnd it's
goon to tbo ends of tho . atilt,
And il's Ihen r��"d  niiilit mx . is: bed, and, il
lii'ols or ht:,; i a, h,',
Wall's ifs.jiual-:iii pslid-long slcepmnd sleisp
too d,..]i to wake.
-Ar'bur Kytnon. in London Onflook
Making- u Pre_eiitnti��. n,
H��ro Is .i good story of the colonel eft,
regiment who was going to rutin. '1 ho
kolillors, wbo all lil.i.l hlm, subsorlliBd to-
got her ami 'bought him a beautilul silver
jug.
An ok' sergeant wat: appointed io mako
sho i.teBuO-iition, and aluu'in iimku a long
ipeeoll, which he was to learn off Iiy heart.
Whon thu appointed titan ui.l.w.l, tho
colonel wa.s sitting at a tublo with some
ol tho ofllct irs.
Tiio sergeant cnino rolling up to tho
tabhi, with a very confused look, ami to
thu astonishment of all present ho . tam-
Uici-ed out:
".He-hero's thu Jug,"'bonding It. to the
iiolonol, who-wosiso .iiinifoun liud thafhe
jt.iniiiiered-out, "Ob, is .it't" ��� London
'tit-Bits 	
Tn   Visollier i.lKt.t.
Miss Pothortupp (to sportsman, whole
tiliiliiling his'day's shcotilig)���Oh, lio-.v
could you-fill these deal', pretty birds? 1
;hink it is positively cruel I
Sportsman���I supposo you know there
l'n glen! d-iilmiid fur Ui'.so i.:r lii.t oriia-
ijiontiiiiiHts.
Miss j cihortoiip���Oh, of eourso, if It's
u cii.il of ii .ccs_ity, it is.perfoctly exous.i-
ih.', ��� iin tun Trenfetipt.
���fASHiOi; AND  FABRIC.
Bite skirt niciiuls cut wilh five-oi-tnrm:
mnvs (.Min railicr tl-iui lose in mvor. -I'm
iivo gurcsl shapo has a rather v.'ide elili
Sgrsadth.
'f' new Knglish sergo and wide wah
_I;:'.o..;.l oostumes bave Iittlo tu.'krd
ninn'.u pulls, somo of the bodices bein|
liieknd also, tho tucks edged wilh very iin.
geld braid.
Vchvi in all shades and Tarleblos w!V
ho fusbipoublo, both as aa accessory auu
for thomaking of redlngotes, underdrc^sei
am! oomplote oostiunes. Black uini.nu.t
edly lake-, precedence.
It is ofdclally nnnounced that burton,
wlll ho extensively used wherever poseiblt
and that they will, as a rulu, be of con. id
era hie slzo, nut always round, hut oval
iquarc and oblong also.
The new purulo or plum red tailoi
elcths, velvets, satin hrecadCH and lionri
ettasai'"1 oxceedinglyarlistiu and lioiuiU
ful and vory becoming to oither a blon.
or a brunettt) with color.
Boso colored poaii de solo or satin wnlst:
will ho very fashionably worn in lha oven
ing with skirts of binck velvot, fallio o.
satin, and occasionally they will be Boer
With skirts of lustrous dark gr.'ii repj;.;c
Silk.
Straps of 'liniid terniinato on many ers
tumcK in tiny liucl.lc_.it' fancy 111111011".
and tailor vests fusion with tho la.'i :
trimming. The really pecossary bum": u
small, but the ono for ornament only i.
rather largo.
On evening toilets nets, soft'librrty Mat
ins, India silks, chiffon and crepe do till m
sre variously ��wed for yokes or guini -
���nd many times the sash or folded gin ;
���nd little sleeve pull's are furiuod'of ciirin
���ponding material.
���For elderly women are some new sla'iw
shaped capes, almost oe long as a shntYl
proper, formed vory much like tho no��e>.l
fur capes. These am mado variously ii'
curded silk, plain satin or brocadetir.d a:'-
trl mined with k deep graduated ruif.o is
tho sumo or with rather wide lace.���Xt.i
Vo-.k Post.
"J   _���.    lu ;i  - ���   " ,      ii- !    in ''fr forgot;
ade i' -���   '��� ���.. '       '������  ::ra net,
.-'     1 Iio n  .,.,!.. . '��� '
;..'.; I'lol he )- -   ten ilii 'i 1  nd���nit!
i'i' 10 Date.
' ���! '-.' are In dotil)!," mr.ys Tnlley.
nd."v l-elh.'i to '.vriii. r. lot | or ior not,
1 'tl"     .\i:d   the ndvlee  n-pplies   to
ui ��� ; doubts in life besides tliat of let-
;'-'   viiditjj;,���BuhvUr.
Popular -Ir-clpe.
An essay which you straight forget;
A lithographic scene;
A pallid little novelette;
A modern magazine.
���Washington Star.
si: iiiiop; -i r.iKtoiiy t*t * .\..-,i!.i.
'-crir.aii figures on<iil .various woods
"ilii tin! tulluwin.e luating capacities:
i.tulii], 1; -Iir, .IM); elm ar.d piuo, ,W;
s.'.'.I.jw, oiiosliuU and .arch, Ml; nmplo
111J fcpiuco, .'.iii; black .poplar, ,i)C; alder
..'id i>hitc birch, !i4; oak, .98; locust and
wlr.t'j b'jech, .1)1, and red birch, .80.���
lialtluicre American
Conrairc In Eleplumt*.
An elephant witb a good mahout
gives poi'hnps the best instance of dis-
eipllnefl    eournge��� eonnige,    thnt    Is.
I which'.persists in the face of knowledge !
J and disinclination���;to be seen iln the !
animal world. They will subtriit dny |
rtfter day to Imve painful wotnidn
dressed in obedience to their keeper
ind meet danger iu obedience io orders, though tbeir Intelligence ls sufficient to tuiilersttind the peril and far
00 great for man to trick thoin into a
.elief that dt is none'Xisteut. No animal will face'danger -more readily ut
man's bidding.���Loudon 'Spectator.
r^r-
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Founded 1892
Incorporated 1893
���-:. ?   ,.,  \: i rl I i.
Ai is   ���'
A
c      ��� ''ci   ;���   ,��� ,
'���������   I ." .��� Is   ���
"  ���   .    ; :   i lev.   in  tlkfi cv.c'.t D'. -
hr ������
IVle're nobody could si e.
:o Lis nto 'i"r ir.;-. !���   lhe *:re.
������-������': ���:���:;-.: ,',1 f  r   i:     .' '   .  n's ne"t.
-i h'' ��� Hi" sun fiom    :i ; ;.i l- highovcrbes.d
Went sliding lino ;...���  ..o.t.
ih" Pllftd the'wator i .01,
Ail 1 i, If,-,] ii,.. 1, fV . ;t fi,r tea,
.    ��� 1 .:   .'. .i.i    ��� tend r heart
s. 0   '" In.r lililo boy Csaiid Is..'.
-Ioi.'- I-.. ii���. di.-i: i,':.\ barn.
-|'' ".,: ;���     t-'W '.1- ���'  A -..  iy,
.'. I1011 1 In- cows came iio: .t and tlu .t,i��-
o'.-.�� fit;
Over ih,. new now 1 l.ny.
^o into tho kilcllep ho ran.
Willi n noisy Hi' yi! yi:
iii'1 "i "li r li  ,1 :,. ..I ��� ,,;m .; fr   -led caK'i
S!  ��� had n:   .!-. .liii.i 11 saucer pic.
So he gavefher a'l"'in!T huir���
"I wlll hi l|i:i.. .'      ...���.'��� i.uiil he.
'*l cure for somebody,
And somebody car afor me,"
���Mary K. Hutts in Outlook
GREEK WIT.
CURTAIN RAISERS.
__ statue lu.ilrre. MelbaHs-toNjcpilt V)
text, year in Molbourno.
Walker Wiftosfdo will shortly produces!
���new play from tho FrouOii -of 1,1. j ���h
said.
Edna WallaooSHnnpor-V ill star nejt'RO..
eon in a cnniltvojioia that is now .lullij
written fordior.
Ernest Shi'.rpc has been InvlteHito Tai
reuih by Frnn Qpsimn iVognlr iVnd t:
Studying-nlK'ior'htr di:-oi Uon.
Slaudo Hanks ami Kosfnr Tjennon l.avi
been aiipcariig in vainlevi'.l^, pr.at.'.iuj
a one aot play of civil wnr-time..
Miss Florence Marryat t^as written In
���collaboration with Jierhert !'��� irsan 11
't)rttma in b>u.r ucis Bntilod "J'i 0 Clinic
.:��ct:.T."
Forbes 1-obertson rniQ Mrs. ratrlok
���'Ciiinpiioil win bloclilfy Londoa next, ir ii
���i: id, Mir. a,(;rand ievival of ' Aiitoiiyam;
Cleoi alra."
Miss Hamilton Oriffln.n half fislcrel
Alary Anderson, is cultivating lirr \ok(
In c.en.in'y utiirwan iuoIm l:er<lcbut OS ��
singer next year.
Mme. Modjcskn bas'beeii pln/ing ii Pan
Francisco the post two wc.iks, anpunrit j
as Mary Stnttrt, Mngda, Laily .Macbeth,
Camiliu and Uonaliud.
"Cyrano do Bergerae,";ts_tn_1ntcd Int;
Gerrmm*y liudv.ig Fulda,iwRsjipJayedre
oently at Berlin. The title rolo-was a��
signed-to-.losi i<h 'Kalaz.
Tho company engaged I . (nippuri Annr��
'tin ?ill in ' Cathi.iiir." I11els.de.'JcsL^t
Holland, Frank 'V.'. .'iliing, .Ji .-eph Whet'
lotK, .!,.,it ii JSaiillo, Mr. anil Mrs. Wll
Slam .1. lemuyne, Etliel .1 kir;yn__io, joidh
''Do V.'ulfo'and May DuukloK,
Tlie following ara specimonnof Grerli
Mil:
It, was a .living of Cato -tlio elder,
"'ihuse magistrates wbo can prevent criiuv
ind do not in elic;t, eueouragu it."
Socrates used to fay thu .best form oi
government .was that, in whli h the people
obey tho rulers and the rulers obey tht
Ian a.
Philip in passing sentence on two rogues
ordered one of .them to leave Macedonia
with all .pood and ILo other lo try and
catch hlm.
Domonnz was onoe heard to say to ���
lawyer, "Probably all laws aro rcnlly lawless, for good meu do uot want laws at all.
snd bail men are mado no bettor by them."
Cicero, whon ono Nepostold hlm ho had
caused tlio death of moro Iiy his testimony
than he had ever saved by his advocacy,
replied, "That ,i_ i.eoause my credit ci'
needs my oloquenoe."
Alciliiadcs, when about tube tried by
his countrymen on a capital ohargo, ab
soonded, remarking tlmt it was absurd
when a suit lay against a man to seek to
Sot off whon ho might as easily get away.
Provides a Christian Home for Students of both.
ssxes at moderate rates. Has a preparatory class for
junior students taking Public School work. Does High
School work and prepares for Provincial Teachers' Examination:., Teaches all brauche:. of a Practical (BusineKs
���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 degree of B.D. In University work can take students 'through |
tthe complete Arts Course for the B.A. degree of Toronto1
������University, with which the College is in full affiliation. In
Science teaokes ;the First Year of Toronto School of Science, and has a Speeifil Engineering Course adapted tol
'Practical [Engineering work in this Provlnc. Ir. Music, a
complete course iu theory, voice culture, aud piano and'
�����rgan, in conjunction with the Toronto college <���! music.
Special instruction in art and elocution, while all students
sure required to take pln'sical training with all the priv-
���tlqges of a well equipped gymnasium.
TOWN TOPICS.
Chicago is oagt r towolcomo Hnil Cidri?
They olnl.m to havo not only a Manxman':
.utility tin re, liut. several Glory Quaylei
us ttiiil.    Uow sad!���Boston Ilirald.
Errl 'a can 'hardly .po v/rong on art,
jr. IglnK from tho mako up of her new nn
couimlssloa,    Fakeiirtisn<will do well tc.
comprehend the situation.-i-sBoston lix
ohange.
The iWii'ld tloos.ir.avo. Chieagonctuallj
conionii'lnlcs the appointment, of a com.
mis-ion to devi.o a lew furm of povern-
:,' t! t'l:..:t badly n.ouugod'..lssyi���luiu
DCU| i.ils-'J'rii I.lie.
The Pittsburg Dirpntdh declares thai
tlio nncicn'.- played b;:sehall. dlevelan.
f;i . si- ���.. illln;; to wflgcr.eoinotlilng baud'
Bonic i htvt't llevcland^nsu'tsln tiioscircuit.
-Cli'itlaiiil IJispati h.
A I.01 nun ni'.f.ilrato flnedTin nffendet
.i-.'i-i: I, 1 Ii.: . mi'lso iiuisaneo Mw $60 ail tl
��� ,..-,��� \ :.n .,.-' -I. la Chicago���but, w'nj
, inpnre tho ono and progressive city 0,
. liii.igo With lii'eLo old London!���Chicago
Ilartfordiflr.ds Itbartl wcrktomnintMt
.ho elitiin '(hat nnoof it. citizens dlfeov.
:r:;l ihnan.'O-ihrilc prnpritirsnf suliihurii
���i.' ;��� and Is now fulling on tho prnposi'
���.I'., ilr.i. 11.e baseball curvo originated j.
ih..' iin.��� ilieloH Ti-nnscrli't.
IH ;.'ii.   illci'i.'  I hv'���:-].. r.eivcr tin j
1;... v.,.;, 1: . i:i. . . i|uh t.i.v as vou cr.11 1
I bo i.a.il '������ >ll l.'-Lu 1 [i Iho gie.01.
Woodi ni',' wi:.-. ,:r, quiivenici t (0 1 ------11 |
���i .���   hair..  .- id ditbt  o::'   ol   l.i.' 'I   tl��h��s I
si 1 p. P -l.in iio d'rt vvliieh .on-ttiiuoi 1
,-   ��� i-..'.i..l 111 Ihu ccruu-sof Uoors or win
I! dishes bocoB'O discolored froip.fruil
..r tea   ^l-.:::.., takou -iiiiii- fiwoosheson 1 J
:-! . h '..-.; niboIT.   Sou ;(��� ft that thore I.
noi   .   .ituu of tins', s-.��d (litihwi.ier ��hem
tl ll    . Ildlo jo'l;s"!h'.i cup.
1 ' 11 1 hrsoi !s 11' taken up by both ears,
it \ ill 1 -st, miirfl, '>:\t>(i-'i'mn If carrie.1 oi
pulled a. ���.-;..; l.v one, the weight b.ina
11.-.. _��� evenly div Is.ed, II is nut tlio raiicsi
'i.i. ��� ia tha WOrltl '.'' :,; .'��� Lack and faauju
��u car whish-Laii. c-ji.a-.j .inly out.
<I.Do you remember, as a boy, how
delighted you were with your first
STEVENS ? Truly an cent atJhat
time. Give Y 0 U It B O V a
STEVENS now. Will add to his
happiness and education.
MAKE ,\ MAN OF VOUR BOY I
If ; on tAnnct cbtala
;.r^/i:;_i r.:rL_.s���
Tor 5 ti-ata
u.I0Vt;UN3���
l'isroLa
pay \io lage, we
frirjyrar T'-'t,
Will ��� .'..! ftm
���-..::;:;, Unci,
cur oomplete
oxpruti i-T.'Tiaid,
leo.jan Tin-
epet receipt of
urui (Jatsi-ln^.
Cata.i; Pric-C.
1
J. GTEVEK3 ARMS Cc TOOL CO.
r. 0. r,o_ ini.
Chiconce Fall:-:, Mass.
CliUii;_i  3NOrrCR_j
tf.5.1. SA1KTS.
(An
jucan. 1
Holy Commmiion���:st and 3rK
Sundays at 8:30 a.m.; 2nd and j.t'L
Sundays at 11 a.m.
-Matins, 11 o'clock.
Evensong, 7.30 o'clock.
Sunday .School at 10 aim.
l-'ridsiy evening, J^wtauy at 7:30.
Rev.sE. R. Banletr, ..M.A., Vicai
"CATHOtlC
Services first ami third Sunday of
eacb mouth at 10:30 a.m.; Benediction, 7:30 ',).m
Suuday school at 3 p.m.
Low Mass and Holy Communion
first and third Mondays at 6 a.m.
Rev. Father Wagner, O.M.I.,
Parish --Priest.
liim! IfttlOR 4.
The young man with the Military uniform had been tolliosfof Iih hardships nnd
dwelt with i.-s.-ticular emphasis on thu rations. Be waa eloquently indignant, whou
hia mother -Intern Hed.
"Honald, peqple *��ho hear ynu migh*
think yon do not love your country."
"Yes, I do love my country," ho ar
iwerod, 'and I'm willing to overlook
faulls, hut I'm  blessed if I can go so far ,
j? to prattie its oooking.'���'���Washington [Thursday evening at S.
Bint.
WKTJiOmST.
Services next Lord's Day at nr
a. m.and 7:30 p.m.
Class meeting, after the morning
service every Sunday.
Sabbath School at 2 p m every
Sunday.      Prayer   meeting   every
POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
It tnkes-u pretty good carpenter to flooi
��� pugilist.
Many anion -punctures his tire on ihe
roiid to wealth.
Thu nnoro innings a man has the.better
ha-..njoyssbi. outings.
A woman's idon of religion Is to hava
kindly .JioughtS'Of her rival.
Thcluiires . who invests in atillu does
not always purchase happiness.
Ptu'bnps.it is ihu ii_ici-ubes in kisses that
cause-pouplu to fail "dead in love."
The less thcnpltt. some men givo to 1
subject ino more liberal their views are.
Willi the'exooption of ourselves 1100m
evur does things as they sftould bo dune.
Tho bappioosSKif some people depend,
upon their-iliiHt-yiiomal.iiotburs 1111 hiipj-.v
Iaivo may laugh -.it, ilocksmiths, hut It
nev'vr Riuiles at thu owner of a bicycle rsv
I'au . hor.
Capital ond labor would obmniingl.
better if thoro weren't so imi'iy men trying
to got capital   without   labor,
Tliruimh Tliis-ls and Thin.
They are with ua again, the brave laddies
in blue,
Ami we welcome them all wilh a -will.
\.v; -vc'll help their, forget all the woes
.in... -went through
Wheru the battle aotes echo and thrill.
And It's thankful- wo are there's no jreat-
er dismay
As wc i-ra?.e on ea^h oonQUorlng troop;
They are with us ug-.iin from the thick of
tli�� fray
I    And lhe thin of Iho roTi"; and soup.
���Now York Truth.
-Rev. T. F. Betts. pastor.
ST. ANDREW S I'RI-SBVTKKIAN
!     .Services uext ]���ord-fi JDay -at   11
j a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Sabbath School  at 10 a m    Mid-
| week meeting on Wednesday even-
ing nt 7.30 o'clock.
Rev. J. H. White, M.A.
Not Courting.
I     "Do you  court an  investigation?" in-
Uquired the interviewer.
"Wei!," said  Senator Sorghum slowly,
I "I  don't exactly liko thc  phrase.    I'm
I willin to meet an investigation if eircum-
, stances make  It necessary.    But I uiu't
usakin love to it."���Washington Star.
They Do It Sometime*.
The Spinster Man���I shall never marry
��� any ono.
j     Tho Bachelor Maid���But perhaps some
j-ono will marry you.���Detroit Free Press
BAPTIST.
Sabbath  services ��� Crescent Island, 3 p.m.; Ladner, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at 10:30 a. ra.
Prayer meeting .on -Thursday at
- 8 p.m.
THE INVENTOR.
A novel sort of window glass Jias been
Inver.i-.d. at. :0:1s on thu inside ol liu
hou.su can see Uirough it, but it Ls upaiji.-
to thoro on lb�� ���"���*   "���
&_afus nude of hardened glass in van-
mis colors are now manufactured in lug.
land, lt is said that thoy ure easier aud
lighter for exercise than the steel ones.
To support a oamera un au ordinary
cono or stuff a metal base is provtdi d v, ii h
two spring clips ut the onds, which hold
tbo camera in place, the uudcrsidoof iho
baso haiing bur spring erina which extend downward to a clamping socket
Khich blips .-ii ������ t.'i wd.'ii the cauu.
To make fortunes out
of the rutuie you must
put something luto the
preset^     	
Agents U'ant^d
iTo   Sell   Securities.
FOR  g"1  . Fruit i._iu!s. nnd
1  Cheap      Homes,
Cily I,uls, l-iuiiis and Suburban
Acreage, &c,
u;o ra ��� Copper s'Psy
Bis  Dividends   all
over British
s       Columbia
B
r? T
A   Klee   II :i iirorttl.
"General .Archto Williams," says the
Kansas City Journal, 'was oil a train going up Piko's peak ono day lust summer.
At tho Iwilf way house he got off nnd purchased a big basket of violets at an ox-
pcnsooMlO. Returning tn the train, he
presented enoh womun witli u beautiful
bominet, thougb all of the women woru
utiangers. By and by tlio husband of o��e
of tho women came back from the.mndk-
ingcar, and sho said to him: 'I think this
11 tiie nicest railroad 1 ever rode on. ThM
nrakemaii over tliere gave every one of ea
a lovely boiuiuct.' "
DtRI IN'S DRUG SV ORES.
Dfli'iolis \nine_ -Uc-stovvt-d by Avotlie
varies <��i Their Sliojss.
Tho (.ernian dritgHtoro.ISHhs.iysn mys
tcry to the Atneriiiin when he flrst bo-
comes one of its customers, It is not
nearly so coinj-rchiMisivc as tho Anii-ri'-an
Institution of ilu- same kind. The 0] 1 thu-
Gary's departiiiunt, which is oilly one fea-
turoof the Aiih-ticiiii drug store, is an in-
depeiitlent-cstalillslinieiit in Qorniliny and
ls dcvuieil to theflllhis of proscriptions
antl thu duties of thu apotlu-i -uy Tho
"dtiOHiicrlc," qtrito a soparato |ilaoo, pro
viihs 1-alf lhe nrllcles oustom^rlly tcitnd
hare iu tho drug'stojio It is to tho dro
jfllcrlo that one Uiu-r. go for simp, tooth-
Lirusl)0S, drugs ia the pure and all . ; lha
.M-ilcle" i-ot dealt Iii l-y tho apothecary
The division may be aeonvciii 111 nl ��� :- I
er tho my__oi'l08 hnvo,'been 1.1 e-.i-ivd, bin
it is ct lift -in:; ei first,
A n'olhcr poei ii ���,;���):;,-^f tholspothcoorle.
'   i;..i nio.st i.i  th.:.; '..:-.v.i 1: : - iii-  lay
-,; 'i hul 1 -a.- Ii 111 dates tr uu ihe oiu Haul
��� :y.. ol (111 Ir ���'. ������������������ ��,v 'li-- "1-1 1 :���:' es I
tho shops 'bavo' survived to some oxtenl
���ilihoii'-li tin purely I'.inlai -'   names huvi
'.lU'll phi-, .'���'ti. i-i'"--   I   ll  '1   :'������-���'!. 1   to  till
Bointui 1 .-ia' cxi - ������ -; 1 ! nu rtwn tlnw ���
The eiiy today ] ���������������'��� 'S I 1 sli
ipot lii'-'niiis, and many have adopt I
minion taki 11 from the : treat, squure <���;��� r ���
glon".n which 'tbop-Aru Fitmited, Thnt
are 5ii of theso, and I'J in known only hy
tho names nf.their prcprieto* ��� Xinetecn
arc named rlftor Hiirds, the oiiglo having
ton named In it's lienor Thero aw all
sorts of oaglcsamoi'g these tun���black,
red and white. Other names iiu-lude wild
iir.i;:::!-, iryth ' ,ti- ��� 1 napies, such tu
lUlncrvn ni 1 '! '. rn, and royal titles like
tYiudrkh ;-. 1 Auge.stn 'Vict' rio. Mos!
cilrion'.nrosfhose'ciillul afttv famous hi i
torlcul pin. 1 ages, ;:,:. I. as i'.rmlnius, Ro
'and mat __.(.:��ttlcd.���Kicb!��lw.
He tc'-l l,.-r li.-'.-- ii-d '      survive
!. ihe p. I. t.'oil 1 mal 1 ��� apart!
Bb..- epuril .'. .,   1 - -     - ,1 "li'l al'.ve,
Av.'i  Dim's ,. thing Ihal  breaks het
hiiaii.
������ Ii-'cago  Jiews.
A'Ui'.-o e e :u':���;-.  "'tl lisok.
"That hoy net dour wheals learning tc
ilay tho ci ri.it��� r.'-ik   i-.:i ittji'.pilve."
" V.s, In 1  ;��� uu :   1: t-i't   -   :   1 ton lunch
���; I   ; ;.     '1       ,ll;.l-.    Ilge_if il-lisiiinus lti
��� I  io  bo  1,;   yours."-  Liieveland Blain
��� is-ifcier.
rTc;pi  _ 'T-rti timcu .  n.T.ITST.RATED
Containing over 100 Views.   Post paid 23c., Stimrps.
Richest Province in the British Empire.
Nothing Risked, NotiiinR Oalned. Nothing Ventured, Nothing Won.
Splendid  Opportunity to Invest.
The Richest Men in the World are investing in B. C. Copper-
'Gold and SiK-er Mints.     Why can't you begin now?
i lie Greatest Gold-Copper Discovery of tlt_ Age is In B.C.
1.11 mill mm 11 m wm
Every Dollar Subscribed used in Development of Mine.
Special ( ffer JOc pjr Share, will  shortly  advance to $1.00
"-""Mines directly west of T.e Roi and Le Roi No. 2, shares
sold from 5 cents to $100.00 ��� and Consolidate? Mining and
Smelting Co. of Canada, Ltd., shares $150.00 each; the Gicnt
California, adjoining onr own, shares about $1.10.00. Grat'/by
Mint- paio over $3,000,000 Dividends per year; 'Gold-copper
mines in -British Columbia paid Large Dividends. Big Four
assays tmm $5 to $800 in gold, copper, silver, -with 32 per
cent, in the Treasury.    Invest now and you wont re_rret it. ;,J
NOTE���Most O.I these mines siiiri for a few cents once, bu
over-capitalized even now, pay big dividends. Big Four ia'on
the railway, near smelters.
Rosslajtd Mines received Highest Awards lor richest gold-
copper ore sent to St. Louis Exposition. Rig Four had Best
Display at Dominion Fair, New Westminster, B.C.
No'less than 100 shares fold, All Cash. Above thk shares
can be had on instalment plan, or yearly contract, 15 per cent,
cash, balance monthly.
Nenr'y Two rUles of  Railway on Property,
Cwni-i-i"- hau itodebtsor liabilities.   Send Ibr niustrsted Prospectus nnd-Vook*
let, "MlriinR 1 ; to-Date,'  :-- lecretsry, with 5 ����'s In atntupi.
BIG   FOUR   MINES,   UMIJE3
P. _?-  Fox f74, Vancouver, B. C.   Canada.
Times
f -.Ta
.. A
ijM.
IiOCAL NEWS.
Mrs. W. J. Frederick visited the
Royal City, on Friday last.
M ss.. Philpott, o! Westham
fend-, visited the Royal City
Friday last.
Is-
on
On Sunray hst, between Geo.
Devilt's and Harris Bro-.' a brown
leather wallet, containing $52.
Finder will be rewarded on leav-.
g same at
THIS OFFICE.
R$v. Canon Hilton arrived home,
Friday, by the R.M.S. Aprangi,
from���HonoIulu.
Mrs. Fred Lacey and infant son,
returned home, Friday, trom a visit
tp the Royal City.
Iftev. J. F. and Mrs. Betts returned home, Wednesday, Irom a visir
tp lhe Royal,City.
Geo. Grautr returned home, yesterday, from his. home at Eburue,
where he spent Sunday.
For Sale.
One set   single   buggy harness,
one set Single heavy express, also
one Express wagon with  top.    All
in good order.
For sale cheap.
H. T. KIRK,
Hardware Merchant,  New   Westminster.
Jas. Grant underwent an opera-
tjpn, Q�� Friday, last, and is doing
as well as can be expected.
The-RoyaVMail gasoline launch
overslept itseli. yesterday morning,
Vjjr about atv,hovu.and a half.
Jewse Ijarobert, oi Backs, B*C,
apcomj^nied by his too, is staying
with hi* cousin, Jas. Eearson.
Notice of Dlss^utio?!.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting
between us, the undersigned, has
been this day dissolved by mutual
consent. All debts owing to the
said partnership are to be paid to
B. T, Calvert at Ladner,.B.C., and
all claims against the said partnership are to be presented to the said
E. T. Calvert by whom the same
I will be settled.
Dated at Ladner this
July, A.D. 1.90s.
E. T. CALVERT,
O. G. LEWIS.
Guaranteed upon absolutely safe security���first
mortgages on substantial city properties Seven and
Eight Per C:.n-\ Guaranteed, free of all charges,
upon sums ranging from Five Hundred Dollars up.
White, Shiles &
New Westminster,.B.C..
0.
Agencies Representee!-���
Hnrtloril fire Insurance Co. Iusuronce Cu, of North America
Mice nix Insurance Co. or nrooklyu    Thc Ocean Accident ^ Guarantee Corpora-
Connecticut Fire insurance Co. Uon, Ltd., of London. Eng.
Imperial Trust Co.. Ltd. Vancouver. B.C.
! Your Money
the country to pay for four when
b.uy
Royal Standard Flour
y Serf
OUt;    Of
you ban
To notify the people of Ladner aad sui*
rounding district that we are now in a
position to ofter Vancouver Island
Portland  Cement
At greatly reduced prices, making it po��->
sible. for parties who contemplate, building
to put in concrete foundations at about tha
same cost as piling or other inferior
material.
Write for Prices.
ILLEY
���NEW WESTMINSTER,
\OSm
b. a
Ha .T: Ritlq, ot Hew Westminster,
osme dowii 1 here on Tuesday last
ancl bought a team of horses from
.Vex. Ifcvie.
Notice-of Dissolution.
The-S.... .Sonoma leaves. Ladner
afc8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.; return-
iifg, leaves Steveston. at 9:30 a.m.
and 443$ ,p.w..
Mrs. Tbos. Wilson-,- of East Delta,
was in.towa. oa, Saturday last, for
tjie fitst time- after undergoing an
opsfat.ioi.ifot appendicitis.
' Miss Johnston-and Miss McCane,
oi, Vancouver, and Miss Winter, of
Westminster j .spent a few days here,
list .week* tha guests of Miss Betts,
Notice is hereby- given that the
partnership heretofore subsisting-
between us, the undersigned, as
butchers and cattle dealers in the
Village of- Ladner-, has been this
day dissolved by  mutual consent.
AU debts owing to the said partnership are to he paid to T. W. Foster
atLadner:aforesaid, and all claims-
against the said partnership are to
be presented to the said T. W.
Foster by whom the same will be
settled 1
Dated ati-Cacmei cure .... j..5.  ...
July, A.D.,. 1908.
JAS. McCALLA-N,
THOMAS W. FOSTER.
manufactured in this city.. We. bring No. 1 hard
wheat from the Prairies, bought with certificate
ist day of of quality and grade certified by government in-
-.speetor3.. 'The conditions under which BOYAL
STANDARD flour is milled cannot be surpassed.
The quality, color and flavor of the bread made
from BOYAL STANDARD is securing increased
business^or us every day..
If   you   have    not    yet   tried    ROYAL
STANDARD flour, do so to-day.
Sold by W. H. SMITH..
MAN-JEACTURrD   BV
Vancouver Milling I Grain Co., LfoL,
-V-&WOOUVE?, B: O.
i
Ai young man engaged on the.
Vasey.farm was-struck, on Saturday last, bys, a horse fork which fell
some fifty feet,, striking him on the
tewkvOftbe neck. He-was.rather-
badly hnrt, but was very fortunate
-fo,espaping with, his life.
Land Registry Ret.
Re Part 135 .\cres of Lot 177,
Group II.,, District of New. West,
minsters
A Certificate of Indefeasible Title
to-the above property will be issued
to William Attenbomugh Kirkland
on the 10th day of August, 190S,
unless in the meantime a  valid ob-
Mrs-. W; Hen-messy visited her
another, Mrs. Adam Read, on Fridav last, aad'' reports her as- im-.
proving slowly.    For a time  the!^c!loa tberet0 be made t0 me in
doctors held out but ��� little- hope for
her' recovery, but now. expect to
have her up in about two weeks.
If You Have Not Ordered Vour
BINDER TWINE
T; 13.Ladner met-
t_WcottHncxi   at?cid.re
writing bv a person or- persons
claiming an estate or interest therein, or- in any, part thereof,
C. sS. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
with a very [    Land Registry Oflice, New Weston  Saturday j minster,B. C, July ISth, 1908.
last;   During convalescence he has I 	
bfeea in the.habit of resting outside 1 The person or persons having in
in an easy chair and 011, Saturday Itheir custody or possession the tol-
Ifc feU asleep. Upon awaking he! lowing Title Deeds relating to the
swooned, and fell' to the ground j said property are requested to de-
stdkiag among some potted plants; liver the same to the undersigned:
with the result that' his- lace wasJ3��lh April,.1887, deed, John Kirk-
biidl<yv cat by the broken flower
ppte, and Dr. Woodley  was. calted
See Us Before You Do.
Cherries, Currants and
All Other Berries Wanted
Also
LVERWARE,
Gisf ��lass*.
Waidh^S' and
ATI Kinds of Jewellery
New Stock-
Call' and See Them.
Jl. Clausen,
LADfNEtt.  ��.  C.
That new Harness you need?
Don't think you can't afford it
till you've given us a chance
We sell no inferior goods, n_><
old fashioned appliances.
ALL OUR HARNESS
is made- from, the best of
4eather in ihe- most workmanlike manner. Blankets,,
Whips, H .alters and everything a horseowner needs.
B. C. Leather Co., Ltd.
112 Hastings Street. Vancouver. B. C.
New Potatoes, Immediately
Don't forget that we want
AH Your Poultry
at the very BEST/PRICES'-
i$.-t* attend to his wounds,.
di6ia* as swell las possible.
He is
land to Edgar Franklin Kirkland.
CORBOirisD & GRANT,
Solk-hurs for applicant.
New Westminster, B C.
Whetr Yotr Require
Carpets,
op.1
a* visit to   LEE'S i
Etoiriture
Shades   or   Any Article
Household Furnishings
303QBE will convince you that there, is the
BiIQHT PLACE XOBUY..
^Isitom. Welcome..
Any tiling and Everything'
In the way of Farm Produce and Machin
, ery handled,/besides a. Few Specials for the-
Farmer's Wife..
Linoleum?    Windowi
of Furniture
E. T. CALVERT,
GENERAL
DEALER
w.
state ot
.   McBRIDE.
General Merchant,
Phone 5,   -   Port Guichon
1 i
1
Produce Stored and
��EW "WESTMINSTER,.
EMPORIUM,
LAEMER,, BX.
b. a!
To Rl! H C Ports

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