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Vol. 6, No. 2.
LADNER, B. C. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1908.
GRAND OPENING!
New Fall Goods
-Ottawa Letter.
fi
Ladies' Wear-
New Skirts in all the New Cloths,
brown, navy, garnet, at $3.50 to $9.
Waists-
Styles,  etc, in  colore,   black,
Delta Council.
Lovely Evening Waists, in Cream Wool Taffeta, Creatm Silk, Wool
Shallies, etc., with fin�� lace trimmingq, from $2 t�� $7.
Underskirts-
Fine Sateen Underskirts, special at $1.50.
Fine Sateen Underskirts, with dust frill, etc., special $1.75,
-Fine Sateen Underskirts, in brown and navy, special $2.
Fine Watered Moreen Underskirts, special at $2.50.
Underwear-
complete stock Ladies' and Children's Underwear, in "light, medium,
and heavy weight.
Flannelettes*
Large range of plain and fancy strioed English double warp Flannel etta at 12^c, 15c, 23c and 25c a yard.
NEW HOSIERS, NEW GLG>VE3, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
JERSEYS, Eta
Men's Department-
NOBBY  FALL   SUITS,  OVERCATS,   RAINCOATS,
SOFT HATS in all the new blacks.
HARD   and
StanfieltTs Underwear-
We carry a complete stock of this High Oracle Underwear in all
the different weights, in Wool and Silk and Wool.
Shoe Department*
We carry ntyftrmg but High Oracle Shoe*, frcm the BEST Canadian
jand American Manufacturers,
iflcCall Patterns   rThe storedf Qualitv and Quantity    iicCall Patterns
Marshall Smith & Go.. Ltd.
AT HOMB.
Mrs. Arthur Kershaw witl le
"At Home" to hrer friends,, tomorrow and'Thursday, irom 2 to 5
p.m.
--_-_. ���_.��� aj/am -
Dr. ^Woodley, H. J. Hutctterson,
VV. A. Kirkland. "J. W. Lanning,
T. Hume, W. H. Smith and W.
McCrea left,'yesterday, on a hunting trip into the Interior and will
be absent ..bout two weeks.
will close At 9p,ra.
SPECIAL PRIZES.
"W. H. Smith. Ideal agent for the
���"Vancouver Milling & Grain Co.,
Iras been authorized to give the
following -special .prices for competition at the 'Delta Agricultural
:Seciety's Exhibition to be heW
'hereon Friday and Saturday next:
For best lodf of'bread made irom
feti&yaJ Standard Hour, by any lady,
'non-professional���-'ist prize, ont
'barrel Royal Standard Hour; 2nd
iprize, half-barrel Roval Standard
���flour. - i
For   best   d<xen   biscuits   made j
ffrom Wild  Rose  pastry  flour, by
ijgirt 16 years or under��� ist  prize, j^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
'half-barrel Wild Rose pastry flour; lflisconiii._Te.the fete trip  on  s^atur-j    Don't   forget    h
fc-TfciprizevqUsirMi-terrelVv'.M Rosej^ eTelJjngs and the early'trip on| afternoon tea in
TEfclSr  the  Exhibition close! Mondav   morning  after   1Mondav.
mi. .7 p.m. Thursday. 's��Pl- 28th,-and unttl further notice.
Ottawa, Sept. -5.���The Conservative party is ;now engaged in -mak-i
ingan appeal to"thee.ectors��f'Can,
[ada.     This   -appeal   is   conveyed
through three -channels���slander,
[scandal and tsttravagance. The
-serious feature'of tire Conservative
[���campaign is thnt'tbe leader of the
.party, Mr.  .Borden,   has launched
what is'known a9 the Halifax  platform, but so fer, no speaker on the
[���Conservative side takes tbe trouble!
fto allude to it.    It 'is  ignored  as
completely as il it never existed.
Borden 'Platform Ignored.
A platfora that does not inspire
j a party cannot be -expected to influence a people. When leaders in
the party make campaign tours,
loudly proclaimed in advance by
their press, and -stoutly maintain
silence with regard to the issue as
announcedby tire leader ofthe Opposition himself, it is not remarkable that tbe people decline to accept the platform seriously.
Will the people acceprthe assuT-
anoes of a pary that relies upon
slandeT?
Will the people accept a .party
that-chargesrextravagance by failing to recognize progress?
Foster's Malicious Lies.
Mr, Foster gi-es abou the conn-
try with male in his eart and
lies on his lips. Here ar ome examples!���
He stated that Mr. Tn ff, Oom-
Bliiiiuuer t-t-Ootnini-.n J. !���_.!<;. AVhen
he opened tenders for  I raber'"retired to a dark  and -s ��� uded room
having an iron bound  door;  after
locking the door and. putting the
i'key in Iris   pocket he "opened   the
tenders   in   -secret."    Mr.   Turriff
^told   liim   to Tils fece  this  was a
"deliberate lie," and vthe evidence
before the Public Accounts Commit-
[tee proved that there was  no such
froora in the building, and that Mr.
Turiff always opened  the  tet&ers
in the presence of 'another official.
Di'd'Mr. Foster retratt? No. He
bad not fire courage to repeat the
stateurei.t when challenged to his
lace to do so. nor tbe honesty to
withdraw vrhen his statement was
proved false.
When "Mr. Foster stated in the
'House tbat Mr. Jackson, ol Selkirk, 'Manitoba, had been . lected
by the use ofthe thitfred line, and
Mr. 'Tac_��s_m challenged him 'to
prove it, he withdrew' the Statement,
[but afterwards repeated the charge
in campaign literature, and when
[his attention was cilled to it he
tnade'T.o attempt'to rectify she false
-Statement he bad caused to be' circulated.
When  Mr.   Foster  accused   Mr.
I Brodeur of stealing money by \ising
fit' for a purpose other than that  for
rwhich it   was voted���and   it   was
OctobervProved that he (.Foster)  had done
. firp..i��t-��. Hip   .ame   thing when he
Was minister���did he withdraw and
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_{express regret? No;  he said' be had
every everting daring the montbsL^^ ,viseT tb<m be was
of October and November, except-:     Did Mr. Foster express
iltg Saturday nights Wh:".1 the store ]"gret   because  he  had  been  found
Ihe Market
The Delta Council met in thej New Westminster, %tipt. 12.���
Council Chamber on Saturday last, j Yesterday's market was'the' best ta
Sept. -12th at -2 p.m., witli the pevery way this year,-tbe .if.ne wea-
Reeve, T. A. Paterson, in the ther attracting many sightseers
chair, and'Couns. Gibbie, Davie, | from' Vancouver and' ether parts of
'Gilchrist, Morley and Embree pre- \ the coast.
-sent. Cool weat'rer bas brought   the
Minutes   of   previous   meeting 'meat market aganvbo the  fore and
were adopted as read. fmeat generally wasi _�� good supply,
communicaT-ONs: | with a much stronger -demand than
From P.C. Gamble, re Canoe hor several n,ont,ls-   T,,e beef <*
Pass bridge   approach.     Received [fered"was of good quality and alll
,     . r.  , [the prime sto el_-8dld'readily.   Mut
ton and lamb were very plentiful
From A. Whefi_er,rre Delta ��� vs.
Wilson case, stating that every
endeavor had been made to bring
this matter to a close before the
tong vacation.
On motion fhe Clerk was authorized to ask Counsel to endeavor to
bave date set.
and prime meats ell sold without
trouble, the price falling a cent afll
round. 'There was a very strong
demand for medium veal of good
���quality, of ^whk-h ��� more might be
offered With advarrtage'to the seller.
The veal supply generally was very
���good.    Pork 'found ��a stronger de-
From R. B. Alexander, claiming, the. cobler sweather makifl
..   _l_ _-_.-_    .-.    ls.__.__.       K.s      V--.._!���-.._��� I ���
this   meat  more  "Seasonable,  also
more j>lentift��l.
Eggs still command a high price
���on1 the market and show indications
(nf going ' higher.   The-supply was
godd and equaled the'demand, but
$60 damages to horse  by breaking
through bridge at bead of Slough, j
���Laid over for farther consideration, j
From R. E, Gosnell, asking 'the
(Council to send photos ot pioneers,
etc,   for the   Simon   Fraser   cen-
tenaty.  ' Received and'ifiled.
From J. A. McGuffin, asking for
I a loan of $500 on 'blocks 6 and 7
of Lot 133, (> 2, lil/t acres. Granted urder ns ,1 conditions.
From -Thoiias 'Harrison, asking
��� for a loan of $900 ou blocks 2, 3, 4
and 5 of Lot 133, :G 2. Grafrted
undei usual c mVirions.
still tbe quantity is' falling oft and
the price in ��� consequence is bound
to increase.   Butter-is still firm.
Fowls weTe not-so plentiful as
previously and the price stiffened
accordingly. The demand was
strong. Chickens sold rapidly arid.
the supply had fallen away considerably.     The greatest drop in
From    M.   Hlecb,   complaining I quantity was noticeable in broilers,
against the burner nuisance at   the | ihe supply being only  fair, ar.d dtt
fD.'I'a   -Baw-Tt.     Th��  Clerk   was (-were ���acid according i<toRize v ith'a
autl orized  1 notify the manager of
the mill. th..t a*i  improved burner
brisk call.    The demand for ducks
is  increasing,  but   the   supply is
I rather smaller than previous weeks
���must be built. H	
From A. DeR. Taylor, Secretary j-so that tbe price has advanced.
Dolt..   A^ii-iultmwl   <-'����l��ty, s��_J.j_sS|     t_Tj_��   lr��*if   rsffTtuff   rnntinurs   tn
the Council to make tlie usual [increase as "more ripens on the
grant of $200.       ��� jvtrees and the demarid- grows *n' [_ro-
Considerable discussion tool-! portion, with a gradual intrease la
place on this matter and some dis-1 price. Pears were a 'promineat
satisfaction was eKpressed at the! feature this week. The pear crop,
absence ofthe scale test-in thei on the whole is considerably .ighter
-grain exhibits'and "the matter was J than ��� last year 'End'lhese a>re the
(then laid over for farther consider-! first that 'have' 'fourid'ithrir way to
'ation. (the market.    The Sttpplywasifair
From Tupper & Griffin, re the aridifll were disposed of. Apples
V. V. & E.   case,   notifying   the are increasing  in   ^quantity,   the
Council that the trial will ��� take
place on the'23rd inst-, arid asking
the attendance of tbe Reeve and
Clerk. Received and the Reeve
and Clerk instrufcted to'attend.
From Corbould & Grant, re Hollinshead matter, asking for 'a description-of road allowance. Left
in'the hands of tbe Reeve arid
Clerk.
'EARLY  CLOSING.
Gravenstein being moist sought
after. 'The price -has ��Ughtly advanced.
A large display ��� bf ' vegetables
were agsirf to be seen -and in great
variety. Potatoes-finds very weak
market, the "best price' 'obtained being $14 per ton.
'The fcnowing'tire the'-prices that
t ruli-d during the day.
From D.'J. Anderson, dfferiug to
keep open ��� the Tamboline Slough
free from drift for the sum ol $30 a
year, p.>yable balf-vearly. Tender
accepted.
Beef,' hindquarters,   9c   to   ioc
per lb; forequattew,'6c! to 6^c.
Mutton/ _2c to1:3c per lb.
: Lamb, 13d to' 14c per lb.
Veal, medium, 'lie to 12c per lb;
Commencing   Mtmdafy,       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Sth. Marshall  Smith  & Co., Ltd��� precisely the _ame  thing
Will close tbeir store at 6:30 p.m.
'From W. H. Keary, Mayor "New -large, ��c to 9c.
Westminster, notifying Couuoi! thnt      Pork, 8c to 8V2'c per'lb.
a delegation of "Scottish agricuttur-!    Eggs, Wholesale,   37c  per   dofc;
ists are about to visit this province! retail, 40.
and he  would 'like lo have tbem!    Butter,-30c to"35c per lb.
vitfit   Delta.  -It is expecWd  thev     'Fowls,  $7.00 to $7.50 per do*;
will   arrive   here  about   the   17thJ chickens, $4.30 to $6.00 per doz.
inst.    Tlie Reeveand hII the Cotio-;    Broilers, $3 to $4.00-per dozen.
my Te-, ciHors were appointed a committee
to meet'Rndentertain the vi_i_ors.   i
'guilty of gsimbling   wit 1   the  trust I    The Delta Revenue By-lnw. 1908, |
 .. i'funds Of   the   Foresters?   No;  bejWas r���Consider<?d'sr_d ftr.siHy passed j
'-vent 83' hisrsp.een upon the raembers.v/jti, the rate setat .-eight mills for
TIMOTH-VS& CLbVER SEEDS^the commissio:i who had  found! general revenue and one mill   tor;
Nhim out.
Ducks, $6.50 to'5v-?o a doz.
Potatoes, % 14 per ton.
\Apples, 90c to JJi'.ro a box.
Tears, 80c to^Ji.'lS'per box.
1 Plntus,. 4<-Cpcrcrate.
On  accnunt  6f  the   short  days
coming  on, the  S.S. Sonoma  will
���Brack ma n-Ker Milling Co..
Ltd., H. N. RICH, L.dner,
B.C., Agent.
!Ut :
.  aieuli
on  Saturday  '^x.,   sttvt
ladies 01 All Baftits.
rd
Rtfd   Made   Foolish,
When Dr. Reid 'undertook to
prove that the goods purchased foi
the Affctic would not go on board;
and the evidence before the special
committee proved that they   could
tfflorstlnued on  Second Page.)  j
school purposes.
On motion'it was decided l0 payl The'Udies'Gtild of AJWSJteto1
one-half the cost of ditch ring inl"^"11*"1 ���n me-'t' on Thursday
Eas^ EWlta, by Endewby Hros.        j'^"1' at the Vicarage.
After passing the usual  monthly' -������������   ��� ��� ~ ���.
accounts the Council adjourned  till 1
Saturday, Sept 26th, at 2 p.m.        [
Try some Punii-bin Pie.Satnrda
Chas. Ellis leaves, to-day, for
(Moosomin, Sask., where be intends
j'buying a farm if he can find omMB
'-suit-hin!. THL DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPfEMBi'R o. ^3.
THE "dKlTA TIMES.
PUBLISH!.!)   l.VERY TtJI-SDAV.
SUBSCRIPTION, $1.99 R*r.3|K��r��
ADVKRTIS1NC; RA7KK.
CamM AiItc-Umsirups 10 QrtiU p,;.r line for
l_e tir��t Ini-rtion, itnd sceiil-s]ier lluti for ench
lutwrquent lnirttlon.    The   niipibrr   ot   lines
NCkOOM by Ult tpn.ce occufclsd, 11 Unci to the
lids'.
Rate* t��r Coinmsictal A4lve1t.ten_vuto.cau be
hud ou _ppUc*-!<JU KtAnU.bHisiVs
Ke..<Uug no'.ic. i.Lf f spU P" tine fa(. ench ln-
aer'siou,
IslithMid licitX notice... 50c., Msn-fagc* fi.eo.
Anv iprclal iin'lce, Ihe object ol which ll to
usiru.Tie the .*-a_Jj,.y benefit ot anv individual
or cutupHny, ta be Cvniidcned n. O-Wcrtisement
^���j4-��M_5.A>ui.i'im......
_ciie.! Board. \Tashhn Stablest
Qfuriobe the pecu^UVy benefit' ot any individual
or cutupHny, ta .
aud charged accordiuxly
Ml advertiaeme-U ck*rged for i.��tll ordered
Mil ��� nd paid for.
Cerreipenden.ce luTlted eif, mailer* .^.public
Wa, itM- C001 lifu*. scauoui.^ editor must be accompanied by name ef writer, not necessarily
fgr publication, but ai evideipr^ nf good faith,
t^orreipoadenc* muit reach thi-office by I'liui >-
;_��>' evatilug.
G��0.  R.   M-MU-RY..
Manager.
TjOKSDAY, SKP'PKMJIBM   15.    1908.
TWENTIETH  ANNUAL.
The 20th annual exhibition of
the Delta Agricultural.Society will
be held at tbe society's gror.mis on
Friday and Saturday next, and,
according to the way the entries
are pouring in, this p_p mises to be
the best yet*
The horse department, this year,
will be something worth seeing and
1$ is expected, that, many visitors
will be here who have an eye for
good.horseflesh, Thi* department
ot the show has beea improving
every yea? until it has. become of
very great.imj,cttance to the whole
province.
If those who.would see improvements made in our home exhibition
would take ottf membership tickets,,
then take a deep interest in the
Undertaking and endeavor to interest his neighbors: and, friends,
be will then be in a better position
to point out. where tbe show is-
li-ckiqg a ttd how best to .improve!
tl ihejw -firjv this, experiment and
stc how it works.
A touch of fever and   ague is ac
-> untable for the delav of this issue
11.�������        ���      n*
Victoria's Exhit-uion  opens en
_t*U-__l��j^ nmml,   mmn.i   lu.it.^. uns.1      .till
continue till the 26th inclusive.
-"^���B.--""-.���~���~im.
IJ. H. Weaie begs to announce
tfcat he will < reopen his Mandolin
apd Violin Classes in Waddell'
Hall,, overt Gifford's barber shop,
qn Thursdays,. Sept. 17th. For
terms antWuriher. particulars apply
to above.,
���^H-��ssss���
A very quiet wedding, took place
at the Manse, Ladner, on the 2nd
inst, when Mrs.Fentqnwas united
in marriage tp Arthur, Kershaw, ot
the firm of Batfe &. Kershaw. After
tbe ceremony;, the haflgy, couple left
on their hooaymoon, trip to Vanoouver and Victoria,
T. W. Williams and' H. H
Abbott, at Vancouver, were in
town, to-day, in connection with
the running of B. C Field Trial
Club's annual trials to.be held, here
commencing Monday, Oct.. 5th.
They, have interviewed a number oi
the farmers and landholders with a
view.of getting permission, to.run
through their property. Both
gentlemen, state, that those they
have seen were good enough to
give their consent, it being, understood that, any, damage dune by
handlers or followers will be made
good by the Club*
(Continued tw����i Ijirstt Page.)
%nd did, go ea boardi did- he express, regret? Nor be repeats- the
statement and causes, it to.be put in
oampaigo.literature.
Ta,Wor Mso Bailed.
When Mr.,Taylor; chief Consere
native- vj-fip, stated io tbe Hbuse
Ui it goods .fa excess of tbe reqnir-
ments of tho- Ate tic. expedition
liadtbeen. purchased at exorbitant
price., and when given,a committee
failed to prove it, did he withdraw
tbe statement? No; be reicats it
��&.the public platform.
I The b'por.i of .School) Trustees
I q.et in the Council Chamber on
Saturday, Sept. 5th, with Trustees. Smith-Wright (in the chair),
A. DeR. Taylor, P. Swensen and
W. Pybus presgnt.
Minutes of, previous meeting
were adopted as read.
eOMMWNtGAsTIONS.
Fiom the Educational department, re smallpox; received and
filed. Also announcing that flags
had been forwarded for the schools.
Received aud filed.
The Secretary stated that Miss
Kingston, had been appointed to
Gulfside school and Miss. Hardman
to Sunbury.
Re Gulfside school, Trustees
Swensen and Pybus wer.e appointed a committee, witb power to act,,
in, the selection and purchase of a
new school site,
On account of the overcrowding
of the-Ladner school, it w_lj_ be necessary, ere long,,to prevLerU the attendance there of pupils item the
Gulfside school district.
The Secretary reported having
purchased a carload ot coal? for the
various schools. Having had to
buy more than was. necessary in
order to get the reduced price, he
stated that-he had disposed of the
balance..
J. A. Cairnes asked the Board to
burn around the fence at Boundary
Bay school to prevent s?yne being
destroyed by, bush fires;, that the
windows be made to open from the
top; that abutter be placed along
the bottom of She blackboard to
catch chalk dust; that a desk aad
chair be supplied for teachei's use
and that a screen be placed in froi.t
crf.the boys' closet,
The following accounts were ordered paid: Salaries,. $710; Daily
Province. $4;. Columbian, $2; R.
Kittson, $(;., Bath -Si. Kershaw,
5118.30; Marshall Sm th & Co.,
$27.10; T. J. Trapp & Co., $29; S..
W. Fisher, $7.90; A.. Jensen,
$17.90;   N.   A.   McDiarmid,. $57;;
McWaters   &    Grouchie,   $30.65;
Miss. Knutson, ,$2_5c.
The Beard then adjourned till
Saturday, Oct- 3rd, at 2p.m.
Trucking and Draying.     livery Work of
-&J1 Kinds Attended to Promptly.
A-H Kinds or Firewood Always On Hand.
IAL
J. ft COLLINSON, S20''Mm ^
Shoes for Everybody
Some Shoes lo'jk. well a_ud wear  badly,, otheus look badly
and wear1 wel'l',.
Ours look well, feel well aud wear well,
We not only aim at  having bhe latest styles, bint honest
goods as well.
We have All Sizes and; Widths and caa Fit Any
Foot Accurately and for very Little Meney.
It \vout_ do any harm to start dealing here..
JNO.   RE.AGH,   LADNER, B- C.
EXHIBITION
VICTORIA, B.C.
British Columbia's Premier Fair
September 22-3-4-5126.
Everything New, Modern and Up to th.e Mi: .te
New firowKls,  Kew Bsiik!iw]s,  New ;>;tt.
Repairing Neatly and Promptly Bone.
Horse Show Every Evening
Cash Tombola Prizes Every toy
FOUR DAYS GREAT HORSE MQffli
Tfotting,  Pacing, Running,
Steepleehasing	
EXCURSION RATES FROM EVERYWHERE
For Prize Lists or Information
Address J. E. SMART, Manager
..!---_- ._>.-C~ff->s*-_ML -mi
tht Delta Sm mills
wawmm ��� �����������
mmm^���^m*.
Are. Prepared to ... *
Furnish All .Kinds of
ROUGH   &   DRESSED   LUMBER
At LOWEST PRIGE3.. .Also
Shingles,, Doors. Sash and
House   Finish   of  All   Descriptions.
la.orpo.ttc_ 1869.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED, - $4,000,000
CAPITAL PAID-UP,        - - $3,000,000
RESERVE FUND, - - $4,300,005
Total Assets Over Forty-Five Millions.
Accounts oi Qut-of-Town Customers Given Specta.
Attention.
BANK BY  MAIL.
mm
DOING HIS BEST.
I Cap*. Brace has been somewhat
disappointed, this week, in his ar--
range-Mots. Ht sent the engineer
of the launch to Vancouver to engage a captain for the launch, and
while on his mission, he happened
to travel on the car wbi.-. killed
Mr. Dynes, and' was detained as a.
witness,, the- launch, meanwhile,
being tied up at Westminster..
Wbw, however, Caph Bruce expects to have the launch running
regularly, according to schedule,,
from now on.
As an earnest of his intention to
endeavor to give us as efficient a
service as-possible, Capt. Bruce, last
evening, sent Port Guiehon's mail
down hy road on account of the
Str. Favorite being delayed at Ladner taking on freight.
Strayed-
Friday,
Owner
Onto ary  property,, on
Sept. nth, a black  Sow.
may have same on proving properly
and paying expenses.
F. V. GUICHON.
Lost.
Tha BEST  Water   Tanks   Are
Made Bt This* Mill*
Savings Department.
i Accounts may be opened with deposits of ONE DOLLAR
aad  Upwards.     Interest paid,  or credited,  quarterly on  31st  March, 30th June, 30th
September, 31st  December.
K. D. SIMPSON, Manager, LADNER, B. C.
iii/iii 1 a^fc mt stm^m -_!W-_s< -fa ^m.e^a.aie*e *#*4___>>.___-)*
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c~*~>!JL. DeR. THYLO?,
JL HEPC.LE.Y
NEW  -V-RSTMINSTBR,   :-.  B. C.  . [
Manufacturer- oriall.kindaoii ��� [
Soda Water, Ginger ������
Al�� and Summer    .��
Drinks.
Your patronage solicitea
OtoiThurday, Sept 3rd, a Hohtein
Cow ih fill milk. Finder kindly
notify
THIS OFFICE.
For Sate
Pur.',red Oxford Downs tor sale,
also Tamworth Pigs of both sexes.
Apply to
A.. DA,VIE.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C THE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, *9o8.
"_o Kltl-la of a It mm,
* ll'.ile boat i? "fi n��o_t
JjpOn   tlu,  1.1,-0-  " I    ".'illssr,
Xri wl.i-ii a youth dOifs _it. f.-jooth,
\\'ilb Ilia ���'��� ������ .-i:'.iar.'i Hnugliter;
He Iiuk* lhe _Ho��i a mil- _i more,
Alons Him laughing water,
Then I ju lhe boa; wwenrty float
And tn,_;_ his neighbor .   1 lUffhtar,
Jhlcago News.
-i-i.i
���nf fool,! ..il
Tin
Tlio I'ru-Wotit���Then I pnons wo ml>*M
���,-s \v .1 im ci ui, t!,a colloyu.���Cleveland
HalJ Dealer.
A rn��i*rnnl Wntl.
ik and worn aud weary
of pec
I am fros-
0 till Dlclt l��
���ht.
nrg
. u
I   growl  lind bite;   1
I ��� :��� '. ������ -,\ ti a.;
���   ��� i !  ��� ���'., i i anlmala he wiw at th'
county fair.
���Chicago Uncord.
OLD HOUSE Of-  C-MMONSL
,-milrlii.    BlOfy '   nl'l  1st u HaUlto,
vi i Jir I. - ��� -su-a.
��� 'll        i.    :..,,,   Who Wai 11 habi'.Ui
. hl.lc-ot tho duns">jf commons (ca
i     narrates boukv ol hia ourloui ��i��
;  :; Refeiring to Bi���'.fcur.y'a titch-
sj.vlvldly il.scribed by Charles Diok>
t anil to tlm members who were won!
ii frequent It, be aajra. "You not the
I.t clmii and gt..ik ami cold meat nnd
i ���h.il in the woiM, nut] the turret wh��
c ".oil 'Order, order!1 and 'Chair, thoir!'
Is'i.l 1,11 tin' oriea uf the house, ami the Wa*
i"i,rt il .lane,' whoehi_fl__. evory uie, aw
.i scribed by Dickons, were .till thero,
it nl ii.ni boja of thn-guvamiiient nii|;lit In
e . i eatiug Their dinner ut i. real deal
k < lien Ukblo, 'Ulve you a kiss,' .Iain
B.-i.wl of a young member, who ��a_ <hal-
.....;��� hor, 'ynu, a younger son, anil only a
though member. Why I boxed a duku'a
era fur asking auoh ;.u impertinent que*-
i r :i yost lay.'   T. !v r_ wasi a vory Htffo_.
n.i house of conuuo...,  lioqj  the  prooont
i ��� ��� in those days."
\n anii-glngBtory Is luiiluf Lord Palm.
.. ��� on, wbo bad jas)  had a stormy  ln-
> : .���;;;%��� with it il_|iU-:-tki_. which came to
i    iiiorhilize him on   thu  ..object  nt th��
duties    .lust as  tlu'y wure leaving
t..-: room  a t.uddcn tlu-uglit struck Mm,
k .! ho nulled tbem fc;iuk atwltohli "l'er-
1   i -  gentlemen, a Muulteuibmof my boy-
i     il    nay  help you.    VVLwi. a boy, my
id.athi r Ionk me with hlm to  stay at
:i    ubruko's     Aftor dinner his lord-
��� J..IU    1 i.u[_) you liked  my win*.   1
-  : ii.v heat to ideasy you.    Ab a member
.:  i i.i' govornment I ought not to tell yon
. .��� 1 got my ehijrvt it..d champagne direct
iron, a   a  wiiBpulcr     1 am answerable
it :. , -.1  mado Mi  myself.'    OM
o lullsiye. uml tho deput*-
ii   :      1 >- i'i much Wwghtar."
btisocnaM that ecnter in Joha
I ��� are equally smusing.    For exam-
l    .11 to mind hearing him tn l&tf
I: ' buu_o of commons ou the appoint.
I   of   a new  bishop of   Manchester
nig from men ory, ns 1 do through-
A Scl -ii'.ktp _:. .i_.aua��a.
"P"", grandpapa, my flnwer. ' iht cri'.
"1 found ii in the Brasses!"
And   with a kindly srnllc. the sn-.e
Surveyed ,t through hi.-i glasses.
"Ah. yen." he Bald. ''iftVoluoTftto,
And nil Iho llorets llsulate.
CorollH gamopstalous,
Com] oBitm . ��� v ,-��� i'i.us,
.   pn tty sp lolm in it la,
taraxftoum d.ns-i-onis!"
thi' innU iho blcs'm !,a<k n:;r.ln,
Uls taes bar wistful ey on
1   thoucbt,"   She   s..'.X   Vs-Uh   (    i     ;.���
Wp,
'���It was a dun .  I on I"
���MareaTTj .)���������-  -���  ������   ->���   s-:_l. ��� ���
A Bleaalun  Ib Uiiguln*.
Tfrtvne��� I^oU nt tbnt poor blind bog-
gnr playing tbo i.eeonliou.
Browuo��� \es, and he's deaf to*.
Towne���Gracious! isn't that awful!
Brown���Ob, I don't know. Just think
bow much he'd bave to suffer if ba
v.'usn't deaf; he'd hnve to listen to hia
music
. . *5_&SL__8tf/
S��w to Hotel War*.
Somn ono Iv.d told her that you al .myi
have to rgistir, hut cbo wasn't used to
b< tulB Thut. wn , ap]inreut from tbo way
sho llnpi nd belsfnd Iho old time traveling
m.-.ii who stood by '-ho clerk'* donk. .'1,8
wn ni' I io see how it was done. The ol^
fellow bad had the same room in tbe -louse
{or nlno yenrs. It wr.s always kept for
hlm���No. ��3, on thoHiHond uoor. He had
wired three days before thut ho was com-
lng, so tt wor ull ready for hlm. Ho dip.
ped ll'o pen Itt 11 ��� Ink v ill oiid. with tin
extra Uouxlsb ur two, Hcrutnhod down the
tuimc, "James 1. d-.vitril (.'UlT_i-il."
"Tho sauie old thlrigf" ha asked ot the
-link.
" Youp," was the aiiBwor.
Whereupon  Mr.   Clifford   wrote down
Opposite his name, "63."
Thin thu hcltbny grabbed bis traveling
oose und conducted him to tho elovutor.
The clerk dipped tho pen in tbo Ink and
handed It to tho demure maiden who hnd
stood behind tho old traveler. She glanced
st thu lust niiiuo on thu pugo, then turned
for n puriim. look nt lim CoTni just passing
into tho elovutor car. !>hn laid her hund-
Verohlof and pockctboo'.i on tho dook and
Wrote, "Paltil Mcrrowea'ther."
Thon sho shot tho clerk a modest little
glnnco and flnisbsd ont tho line by ploo-
lng "21" ufter thu signature, .Sue looked
np blushing.
Tho eh tk smiled, and whon he bad
whlapored a rumn number to tho portei
snd the (;lrl had pasM.l ichinil the icrten
ho s.ikl to hi:n.-.s'i(, "Uy Jo\u, b!iu (Joosn'l
took lti"���IMrolt Freo i'ress.
tv'-
111
11"
Qui
out. . snid: 'Ynu wanted a new bisboy
of .1, ruBalom a short time ago. How did
that b'.ly man go out? With his staff and
his set ip. like out. of thi apostles? Not ���
bit ul it Ho wont uut on ber majesty's
ste..'ii frigate Ret rib ut.on and landed, under :_ saline of IS gune, not far from tl\s
spot where Simon lodgeil with the tan
-i,.r    "���1'ortnightly Keview
Inperfluouii.
Tlie Mnn���Let me sell yon tbis now
and vory interestiiij: work.
Tbe Other Man���I don't need to.  My
'barber bought one Inst weok.
Blp-atnern la Ili��i;nl��c.
They usod to roll ma when I was a Hit!?
girt und had broken my deatdst dolt, fo:
example, or hail b.vi)stiin�� hy r. hoe or
tho day boforu my best friend's birthday
unity that evory affliction i�� a blessing Ir
disguise. I was nevor clover at ponotrat
Ing-dlsgulsos, hut there oro tiuios when I
spree to the truth of the saying, eepccluHi
when tho nHliitlnns are other people's
Just a few evenings ago I heard n young
girl, who hns just otiiiie home uf Dor "six
months nut of town, playtng the piano. 1
was so miu h struck witli the Improvement
in her tochnlo since I heard her beloio
that I spoke about lt.
'.'It's u.'l duo to a little 'run around' !
had on tbo nitidis tinker of my right
hnr.d " she rr.ld. 'I wasn't doing mile!
I .in ticlng, but I waa embroidering a ecu
ti rploco for a friend "tvl-.o Is tn bt, muvriei
next month, and I cuildii t lose nny time
I put my thimble on my ring f!tii;rr. am!
aiter u few days I eould u��e it ju-t uc
t.i ally that way us on the nalddio fltgur
Wben I began to play the piano again, !
���ma >��:i ���; i.ii to llnd how iry third fingsi
h.iTi c ���'-.< ��1' in strength, it hnd ulwnyi
Beon my weak point U'fcro- I alwuya us.
It for thlinble Utigor now, und you si' ��� ihi
rrsult. I'vj ii:'\ ' nl overyhntty to,try it
.. �� un  ill wind'���you know tin, rest.
Ijfe.
. .'-. -
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fr--.:--
The lluulnn Society Woman.
A I-iiaslan Fiaiiety wouiun knows only
ono thing���fashion. Art is a stranger to
bor. ishe loves admiration aud flirtation,
but her heart remains cold, though sh*
may bo burning other hearts with the firs
Of her eyes. Nowhere is woman more dun-
gerous than In itusslan Bocioty. To begin,
t. HuBBian gi.-l seoha u husband only foi
tho position he gives her. Matrimony ll
only a iiiiestlon of fashion, and if u Rub-
lian f.ii'1 cannot And B husbund wilidu a
reasonable time sho can fill no pluco Id
good society, ODsJ she is ridiculed by all
her acqualntauoes. Thus, sho watches
with agony tha npproach of the end ot bet
youth. Every tfentatlVcj la thus madot'
Win the grand prise of matiiiuouy. Even
her friends are ua uuxious ns she ia anil
fearsome lest sho may be an old maid
Than when all efforts have failed, wheu
no more hope remains, she takes aiivaii
tngoof the sole remedy hit to her' maiden
widowhood." Sho truvels. She goes ti
Paris uud Nlco. Sho stays away thru
years maybe, then returna to Hu-sian so
e! ?y, no l.HT-vr an old mn'.i. not even A
wilo, but tt i idovy. ffobody uskt whom
i'..,: mnrriod, nor h;iWf,iie became a widow
bhe is n widow; lhat SU Ulcus. As u widow
ahe is received overywhsro nod is some
_uiiy. i-Phlludelphlu iu^uirur
Reaion   In   Lowly   Brains.
Rfi's know the time of day. Expert-
Cientera who feed them at a eeruiln
time erteb day Und tbat tbey muko no
mi. ;..!;e in tbe hour.
The pigeons of St. Shirk's, Venice,
cnti tell tonttsts, who feed them ns n
matter of duty, from natives who do
not. How? By their loitering. By
their red guidebooks?
American horses driven without
"blinders" nre said to be U-oa ii���i.ia to
fright thnn English horses wbicb are
made to weur tliem.
FDUCATED  FEST.
J_l,iili,., Trud. m.ii-,1 Mn-O floo* C-4
of Tbeir Pedal.ExtrcialUe,,.
Tho French ethnologist, Professor !.
ReKiiault, baa mado special studies in the
far east l:i regard to tho ability of the
Hindoos to mako umul thoir feet as auxiliaries of their bands. This ability Is par
tleuhirly noticeable when one watcliot
Hindoo tradesmen at their work. The
TTorpi iter employs his feet as n vise nntl tit
e gauge: the ahoiiinaket holds the shot
betweeai his feet, braving both bis bar.dt
freo to work upon lt; the Hindoo butehoi
holds a knifo between tho big uud tho _eo
ond toe and euts his moat by drawing It
serosa tho knife und pressing lt dowr.
v.l ih both bands Tho help of tho feet li
miTBt valuable in weaving, and it is a
wi ndorful thing to us to pen a Hindoo
artisan use both his hands and hia feot ln
handling his loom. Kegmiult ulso ob
iervud a ehild climbing a tree nnd grasping tbo brunches of, the tree between tht
flrst two toes of olther foot whenever a
hold could thus ho secured.
This collaboration of the feot wilh the
hands, it would seem, is tho result of
acverul changes in ihe physical do !op-
ment which the Hindoo ruco hits under
gone In the course of timo through out
ward accni Icb. Their hip joints ure much
freer und n.oro Hmber than our. and will
permit thi in to sijuat on tho ground anil
at the same tli.ie draw the teet so ucai
to their hanilB thut thuy can grasp with
their foct tho work In band und hold lt
with some expensu of strength. Tbo anklu
joint ls ulso Umber und works freely, and
the hig tos ls moro developed uml can be
moved by thorn nt will us regards lis bend
lng and stretching, Its saparutlpg from
and approaching toward the second toe.
The normal foot of tho Hindoo shows .
largo spaco between the big toe and the
second This, bowever, is due solely to
their wearing sandals, which sre held in
placo by a wooden peg placed between
these two toes. The constant muscular
BXoroisos practiced lu holding the sandals
naturally tends to strengthening those
toes, and tho use of the fuct, being a gen
e*al custom and tried evon by children of
this '.under age, hus gradually changed thc
Hi:.doo anatomy.���Philadelphia Record
Notice to Creditor
s.
Hit-., thorn����� aa a . tndonts
A correspondent, of tho Brunswick (Mo.)
Telegraph says: "Hawthorne, when a student in college, boarded with tho mother
of tho writer, and we often went fishing
for trout iu what ls now known as .Mall
brook. At that time the students called
it Hawthorne's brook. lie wuh rather ro
served lu manner, and had but few asso
dates. When in college, ho was not over
5 feet 8 inches ill height. It was the cut:
torn at that time for the students when
they met President Allen to raifo thei;
huts. Hawthorne and .lohn Hot'.gdon, it
was suid, wero brought up mm lig the
Friends, und they did hot raise thi ir hats
when passing tho president. Huwthorre
was summoned liefore the pn_tU.Pl t foi
this neglect, and I have forgotton v. It. tin.
be wns suspended or escaped with only ���,
reprimand."
In the F.state ot William Goudv,
late ol Ladner, B.C., Deceased.
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN
that all creditors and others having
claims against the estate of William
Goudy, late of Lailtn-r, B. C. de
ceased, who died at the Citv of Los
Augeles, California, on or about the
24th day of June, 1908, are required, on or before the 21st day 01
September, 1908, to send by posf
or deliver to H. N. Rich and II. J.
Hutcherson at Ladner, B. C, Executors of the Will of the snid
William Goudy, their names, addresses nnd full particulars of their
claims duly verified, and notice oi
any securities held by them.
AND    l't'RTIlKK     TAKU    NOTICK
that after  said  date  the executors
will proceed to distribute the assets
j of the deceased among the parties
entitled theteto, having regard only
to the claims of which they shall
then have notice, and lhat they
will not be liable for the said assets
or any part  thereof, to an;' person
j or persons whose claims they shall
not have received notice of at the
time of distribution.
Dated at New Westminster, B.C.,
this 17th day of August, A.D.
1908.
McBRIDE & KENNEDY,
Solicitors Tor the Executors.
i
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shrift of with a reliable,
unerring STEVENS.
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sSTEVENS RIFLES���
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are unsurpassed.
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&
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receiptor Catalan Trice.
t^Vz-j
Alwayi lnilit
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when ordering.
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lUmpi for
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general dream
Information.
J. STEVENS ARMS & TOOL CO.
P. 0. Box 4098.
Chicopee Falls, Mass.
CHURCH   NOTICES.
ALU .SAINTS.
(Anglican.)
Holy Communion���tst
Sundays at 8:30 a.m.; 2nd
Sundays at 11 a.m.
Matins, 11 o'clock.
Evensong, 7:30 o'clock.
Sunday .School at 10 a.m.
Friday evening, Litany at
Revs K. R, Bartletr,  M.A.
and  3rd
and 4lh
7:30.
Vital
Successor to
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Founded 1892 Incorporated 1893
Provides  a Christian   Home for   Students of   both
sexes  at  moderate   rates.    Has  a   preparatory   class   for
junior students taking  Public  School  work.     Does Hjgh
School work and prepares for Provincial Teachers' Examinations,     Teaches all  branches of a   Practical Business
Course and confers Diplomas.     Imparts a Liberal  Education in its  Collegiate Course, and  in  the Ladies' Course
for ���   E. L , and M. L. A.     In Theology confers the de-l
gree of B.D.    In University work can take students through j
the complete Arts Course for the  B.A. degre. of Toronto
University, with which the College is in full a'hhation.    In
Science teaches the  First Year of Toronto  School of Science, and has a Special  Engineering  Course  adapted  to
Practical Engineering work in this Province.    In Music, a
complete course in theory, voice culture, and piano ana
organ, in  conjunction with the Toronto college of music.
Special instruction in art and elocution, while all students
are required to take physical training with all  the  privileges of a well equipped gymnasium,
An Aetree* In  Africa.
Ono of the younf. ladles of tilt! ronipan;
-who, by tho way. never scum to uiuItt
���taad tl.it htaok iieoplo nqj ir.cu��� Umr..hi
it great Ian logo to n Kniir's kraal, piti-j
In nml fcl_�� bar Jjaiiti to tho chief Inridc
Ho In';, culatoly cftino out to buy bur atid
was very much In earnost about It,
"No, thank yuu; 1 am uot u;> Cor auo-
iiioii unlay."
'Throo oxen."
��� Really v��ry i*ood of you, but"���
���' Four "Xs-ii."
'No, than kg; I'm not for sala."
"Flvu.u:_ob."
"Nil, l:t 1110 BO."
II ��� Ii t her go with a Zulu oath, and her
frioniU, who hml nils soil hor, conKratulat.
-Til hor ctti hor kiTo rotnm, whloh thuy h.Ml
���oiigon to do.���"Random Bocollections."
:i-  K. (.i.tHhony.
inHlrns-tlim of V����th.
Johnny���The verbiage was no bad 1
ooi;i ':. ll I'ldo mv wi.ool.
i^H Slater���.Vliatare yowtalilngahontf
"WV.l, when Iaiw tlm word 'vorbln^o'
In lim paper and afkrid pa what it, mcaut
V.o stiU1 'wimi.' "���Ciiiolr.nfit- Enqulror.
f'Voii-c. of Two  I.vlt-.
ir-. al\vn> i very wrong to ii^ht,
1 ut, none the !��� *e, my hoii.
7;s-..- ���       ��� nr munclee���aan't rein
/... ii' ;.., _.iT-T.'., wi-ro don..
i:nuli..h l;���,:il Title*.
l'he kiiiKs aud quueos of England ,r��r
not always stylod "his" or "her ma
or after the pattern of that bostowc
Victoria,   "bur inoet gracious maj
Hs-n.y iv uus stykd "his grace," Iiltti;,
VI "IiIb most excel lent gill ue,"' i_a^r.ss
IV "high and   mislity   prince,"   Henr
VII 'his grace anil bis  majesty," Hour
VIII "his highness" and afterward "hi
majesty." Subw. .'ucntly the. Knglish king,
were stylod "his snored majesty."
QUONG LEE,
CHINESE    LAUNDRY
Having ptucb.nsed the  atnve business, I am prepared to do first-class
work  of   all  kinds oi  laundering.
I i. or ten years success, illy operated
1      a laundry in New Y->ik City..
y.\'i iiuuc
Services first and third Sunday of
each month at 10:30 a.m.; Benediction, 7:30 ;..m.       *
Sunday school at 3 p.m.
Low Mass and Holy Communion
first and third Mondays at 6 a.m.
Rev. Father Wagner, O.M.I.,
Parisli Priest.
METHODIST*
Services next  Lord's Day at   tl
a. hi. a:
Cine,
service
50 p.to
A Use For II.
Morale���Only ihink, Fred Sarnders hta
liven Carrie Mooro �� diamond lor an cu-
gagotaeii- ring.
.Sle\i���That's all right.   Carrie's fathor
la a painter and gluilor.    The diamond
will ooiiiu in handy iu his bu..lnoss.-
ton Tninscript.
-Bus-
rectiitf, after the morning
every Sundav.
Vour Patron go Earnestly    s.bbati .School at a p m every
Solicited.* Vwudiiy.      Prayer   meeting   every
I Tlmrsd.'.y evening at S.
LADNER
B.C:
Rev. T. F. Betts. pastor.
60  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
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Whi
Mi
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very wong to Tsh
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. : 111 SIT'",-_'S that
new volunlei rs.
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vpry wroisg to fl=ht
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lie ��� ,11 ;;ct wh
nl   .y v ��� ������
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ppefl-
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ihh   ��������� hi ' ������ it
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U'ii.il hill I. ������!, ��� ���'
A naval 1 ���"���.���'������ with a promct!
. 1 ,;., r I ;i - ��� the sliell nian at
.,, 1. be Ft. n ll and now ho doei n't-. Con
yfrtl 1 . i,.. ..ii ik������ np thn sill.: ��� j and de-
v_ .,,., , Hon: I ���. stciu "f Ubvy rowards.---
:-,\'.\,  1 uik 'Iribuno.
Tho ii.;;;. \\hr proposes to softon tht
tonosot thoplaao by puttingchlofuform
oi, the strings is a hiimflnlti'tlan. lis
jrcu'id be Hint and �� 1 hilauthroi'ixl besid��_
i(   In, oould   ia::''',;o. tochl llorm  sou.;
players.
Quebpo threatens to withdraw from th��
CuiiaiU'iii toderatlon l< bor Hqucr supr-ly
is out oil'. -Chore aie Maine and \ prtUonl
cl at luauoee to hang on to the Union b>
U.i'lr tui! i.i'd i''" 11 !'1!la runitoo Don I
!_e proi lpltate.���Minnonpolls Journal.
Anything ;.. tha nature of a donation is
imro t" f.ui^.o lim Spaniard fu.oralily
IhootVerol the government to give five
trtin-piitatlon to tho laiuilies of oflicers
trom Cuba to Spain has resulted in ��o
avalanoheot weddings over tbe ielond.���
St. I_nuls Glolw-11 oinournt.
A sutistioian doelares that ths wheat
supply will soon bo iusuffloiunt to previa*
fl e world With broad. This c-omlittou will
probably ooeur at just about tho sum.
tii'ue (hot the ooal supply is exhausted, as
;s pmiiot, so that there would b*
i. i.b \s bleb to buko it, ssvnyh_u��.
-O.oliOs
Drtvpu l-'ritntlr by ll<-lls.
"If ovor there was anything provoking,'
eaid the young housekeeper, "it is tho !_��� t
that I have three eleotrio holla In my Ont
When ono of them rings, 1 start and run
first to '.ne nml ihaii tn annther, iituI boll
the time it is the third one iii.it want, an
swcrlng. It ta not only my own b< lis thai
arc a nulsanno, but a sonic of ethers, as ws
live In a bir^u apartment building. Of
course 1 enn't hoar all of tho lulls, but 1
hoar onongh to drive reo nearly mad, and
each day 1 11111 sure I must ko to my door.
80 times all for naught. Poople who bave
oooaslon to rin^' ail eleotrio boll often mis
take It for a plaything-, and oould they
bnt realize the agonizing effect it has oc
the occupants ot thu lint they might possibly bo induced to ring off.' .Iini?le,
jinyle, Jingle Kims the bell, aud beforo any
one can pet to the door or to the speaking
tube Jingle, _i!!..lc. jlljgjo It goes agsiiu
(th. it la awful'"���Chicago Chronicle:
A Ttinipnanion.
Margaret���No, you cannot stay, love.
Your mother snys It is absolutely necessary for yon to come home.
Elizabeth���Oh, dear! I somatitnos
think that mother Is the luvuntor of
necessity Instead of necessity belli,; lhe
mother   ot   invention.
TrioUN of Purl . CnbMt-_a��
Paris i.i fiill of 1 ittUti ������:" '.t coins, nnC
t!c> eubmoil Tui!,!��� MS ' ,;, li    1   tl��Uo I:
_>��ntminly,  You tnlto n lv    frr.ac Onci
:m1o, anil when you reach your h 1
.nil In the generosity of your  he
;ive the caLiuan .. ftanca.
You have Jnfit got within thi
bnle when you notice (hi  ������   >n_an
Col lowed you.
He apoli '������'���' ���������. btil th lu foQ ba.-
i.s'i! hUii is bad.   You look at it.   Yes
: is bad. It Is nothing but a bit oi
. nil.
Yoa an1 pretty certain in ynu- miuif
that if Isn't the coin you payu the man
,'.;,.���, in i       .    . ie cases nut of u
iMiu's.Ml it [su       ul you don't care t
i..i'-:_-ie In a i   ' 1 ectr'.dor and be sub-
j?cted  to the  Ign minious gluuces 0?
oIIt.t  folks its  n   forelcccr  who glve-
poor I'lvnoh 0:1b drivers bud money.  K,
��� >u take tbe lit of lead and give w good
eolu.
Of cowse the cabman has changes'.
tbe euiu. You gave hlm a perfectly
��ood three franc piece at the start,
���vhich he I ns in his pocket, and he ha?"
iiluffed you Into giving blm another .'!
francs in exchange for a useless bit ol
'.ead.  To visitors to Paris let tbis be a
f nrnl ng.
Trade Masks
Dcsions
CoFvniCsHTs Ac.
Aiwono Bonding a Bketrh red dencTlnl Ion rosy
riinclily uncertain our opinion freo wbotaer ��n
Invention ia proHsbly riiteiiti.i'ln. Coramunloj.
tlnnsBlriotlycnnfldoiitiul. HAHDPiOOK on 1'ntenU
cent Iroe. Old���� inreiicy for Bccurtna imtonts.
l*ntonts tASoa tliron. h Munu A Co. receive
iptclcU notice, without cimr<ro, In the
���->��"s   *fc._J_>___.'�����  Ji    ,'iisj(i,,iru_,.s,s
Services next Lord's Day at   it
!a.m. .nnd 7.30 p.m.
Sabbath School at 10 am   Mid-
; week meeting on Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Rev. J. H. White, M.A.
BAPTIST,
Scientific nmtim*
A handsomely illustrated weekly.   l_n _i;st cir-
Slatliia of nny nclentillo ]oarn.il.    X'jrmn for
naaa, 1X75 a year, p.ist_Ku prepaid.    Hold by
all oewsdoalera.
MUNN &Co.��c,Bro'dM' New York
Branch Offlco. 626 V fl.. Wuslnniitun. 1). C.
Is-
Pabbatb  services ��� Crescent
land, 3 p.m.; Lndner, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at 10:30 a. m.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at
8 p.m.
in:
MXWSl-PIffiiWl)
If you average thc cost price of J-M ASBESTOS Roofing over
the period of years it is in service, you will see that "J-M" i_
cheaper to use than any other prepared roofing. Being made of
Awbeetow, an indestructible mineral, it is permanently durable,
and us it does not require any coating or painting, its lirst cost is
the only cost.    Easily applied by anyone.
Asbu.stosidI- is an Asbestos Sheathing and is the most economical, durable ami easily applied siding known.
Aatk for mimplu!, mui prlucs.
H. W. JOHNS-MRNVILIE CO.,
The Delta Times
,1 TFT? DELTA TIMfiS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER IS. T9��8.
60RN.
SMITH���At Vancouver, September ioth, the wile of Marshall
Smith, ofa son.
LOCAL NEWS.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Davie returned home, Saturday, from a
visit to Seattle Fair. ,
Mr.  and   Mrs.   W.   McCrea,   of
Point Roberts, paid a visit to Lad
ner on Thursday last.
Liberals, Mention I
I A meeting: to sel.ct delegates to
j the Liberal Convention at West-i
minster, ou the 30th inst., will Le
held in Oddfellows' HalJ, Ladner,
on Saturday evening, 26th inst., at
8 o'clock p.m.
All Liberals and others supporting the Laurier Government invited to attend.
God Save the King.
BS
o-__>
��t-_,y
Leave
Mrs. W. H. Smith returned
home, Saturday, from a visit to
friends in Vancouver.
Miss Foster returned home, Fri
day,   from  a  three-weeks' visit   to
frierds in Seattle, Wash.
Pumpkin  pie will  lie a  specia
[feature at   Agricultural  Hall, (up'
'stairs), on Saturday next.
S. T. Ho! brook has purchased
the property lately owned and occupied by Beresford Eyton.
Mrs. M. E. Wharton returned
home, Saturday, from a visit to
friends in the Terminal City.
The S.S. Sonoma leaves] Ladner
at S:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.; returning, leaves Steveston at 9:30 a.m.
and 4:30 p.m.
A card overlooked, last week,
which should have been mentioned
amo ig the floral tributes was Mr.
and Mrs. A. York, a spray.
Wanted.
Mother's help,   a^ed about   16.
Apply
MRS. S. W. FISHER,
Ladner, B.C.
Guaranteed upon absolutely safe security���first
mortgages on substantial city properties SEVEN and
Eight Per CENT, Guaranteed, free of all charges,
upon sums ranging from Five Hundred [Dollars up.
White, Shiles & <��,
New Westminster, B.C.
Agencies Represented���
Hnrttonl 1'lre Insurance to. Insorsnce C, o'l .forth AmeTlcm
Phrrnij ImnTisiioc Co. of llrooklyn     Tht Oc_-.ii Accident St OlMrantoe Corpora*
Connecticut l'irc Insurance Co. tion, Ltd., of Loudon, Uuf.
Imperial Trmt Co., Ltd.  Vancouver. B.C.
II.J.J _-. .��� X-_l .....  llll -J.'"   imi ii.m   ���    '������<   m-tm
Dr. Woodley went oyer to the
Terminal City, Saturday, to get his
teeth put in good repair before
leaving for the Interior, eo as to be
in shape to tackle the hard tack.
Permits and shooting notices may
tw   -sl.tait.ed    bv     m��tnhs��rc    nf    thp
Delta Farmers' Game Protective
Association, upon application to
the president, John McKee, or to
the sec-treasurer, H. J. Hutcherson.
Miss Bent, ot New Westminster,
returned home, this morning. Miss
Bent came down about & month
ago and while visiting friends in
East Delta, sprained a tendon of
her foot and has been laid up at Dr,
King's during the past two weeks.
White playing in front ol Mar
shall Smith & Co.'s old store, on
Thursday evening, Herbert Wilkinson fell and broke his left arm
near the wrist. Dr. Woodley set
thc injured limb and the lad is
now able to be around with his arm
in a sling.
DELTA
AGRICULTURAL
SOCIETY
20TH
ANNUAL
EXHIBITION
Witt, BB HBI.D ON
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
SEPT. 15 & J 9, 'OS,
Entries Close Thursday,
September 17th.
S.S. FAVORITE
Will leave New We...minster at io
a.m., returning, will leave  Ladner at 6 p.m.
S.S. SONOMA
Will leave Steveston at 9:30 a.m.,
returning, wiil  leave Ladner at
6:30 p.m.
Saturday Only.
A. DeR. TAYLOR, Sec.
LADNER, B.C.
S6ii6.
Little Tom Brandrith had the1
n islorlune to fall ancl break an arm'
011 Tuesday last, while playing in |
iront ol the school at Boundary 1
Bay. Mrs. Brandrith happened to j
be passing shortly after the accident happened and conveyed the!
little fellow to Ladnei when Dr.
King attended to his injuries.
Per S.S.  "FAVORITE"
Carrying freight and passengers
to all points between New Westminster and Westham Island.
Leaves Brackman & Ker's wharf
daily at 3 p.m., except Saturdays at
2 p.m. Additional trip on Mondays leaving at 5 a.m.
Returning leaves Westham Island 7 a.m. daily except Fridays at
6 a.m. Additional trip on Saturdays leaves Ladner at 5:30 p.m.
Calls at Steveston Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays ouly.
The Launch J. C. BRUCE will
leave I.adner for New Westminster
at .8 a.m.. on and after Tuesday,
Sept. Sth; returning leaves New
Westminster at 5 p.m. each day,
carrying passengers only.
Tickets good until used, on either
S.S. Favorite or Launch Bruce.
J. C. BRUCE.
The Most Nutritious Bread
is made from
Royal Standard Flour
All the gluten of the wheat is retained in the
milling of ROYAL STANDARD, making it an
economical flour to buy, as you get a large yield
of bread for the amount of flour used. We have
repeatedly been told that the bread made from
ROYAL ST.ANDARD FLOUR has a flavor and
taste superior to any other.
Ask your grocer for it, arid insist on having] [ROYAL STANDARD.
Sold by W. H, SMITH.
MANUFACTURED   BY
Vancouver Milling I Grain Co., Ltd.,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
The Days Are
Getting Shorter!
Is Your Lighting System in good order ?
Now is the time to order your new fixtures.
We are Agents for the Largest Electric
House in Vancouver and can do your work
right and at reasonable prices.
We Are in the Market
For All Kinds of Produca    See us before
going further.
When You Require
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleum, Window
Shades or Any Article of Furniture or
Household Furnishings a visit to LEE'S
STORE will convince you that there is the
RIGHT PLACE TO BUY.
How About a Gasoline Engine
For wood sawing, chopping, pumping,* &c.
FAIRBANKS-MORSE   ENGINES   are  at
the head of th�� list
E. T. rALVERT,
GENERAL
DEAUHR
Visitors Welcome.
LADNER. B.C
LEE'S fURNITURE EMPORIUM,     j
JJSW WESTMINSTER,        -       -        -       B. C._
To notify the people of liRdaaer and su��.
rounding district that we are aa��w in a,
position to ofter Vancouver Island
Portland  Cement
At greatly reduced prices, making it pen.
sible for parties wbo contemplate building
to put in concrete foundations at about tht
same co3t as piling ��r ��thar inferiw
material-
Write for Prices.
GILLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BROS.
b. a,
SILVERWARE,
Gut Glass,
Watches ana
All -Kin'ds of Jewellery,
New Stock.
Call anfl See Then*
M Clausen,
LADNER,  B.  C.
WeR Mounted,
Is every piece of harhtss that learn
our store: Each piece is tashioflei,
from the best leather and owt
select m��tal, antl the workmanship
throughout is first-clasj in every
respect. Our Saddles are the talk
ot all horse-back riders for comfort
and ease, and they an- scrhpnlotn!;.
made and finished by eicperieuced
operators.
Give us __   call  \iphen   you  nn:
need sotn<.thh.g i�� our litR.
B. C. Leather Co., Ltd.
112 Hastings Street, Vancouver. B. C.
������__���_**������ -��� ��� - ���-��� '-^
Estate ot
W��   La   McBRIDE,
Phone 5,
Port Chiichofl <
Vol. 6, No. 2.
LADNER, B. C, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1908.
GRAND OPENING!
New Fall Goods
Ottawa Letter.
Ottawa, Sept. 5.���The Conservative party is ;now engaged in -mak-i
ingan appeal to'the electorsof'Can.
ada.      This   <appeal   is   conveyed
Ladles'* Wear-
New Skirts in all the New Cloths,
brown, navy, garnet, at $3.50 to $9.
Waists-
Styles,  etc, in colors,   black,
The Delta Council met in the |    New  Westminster, -fief_:.   12.���
Council Chamber on Saturday last,' j Yesterday's market-was'the'best ic
Sept. -12th  at  -2  p.m., witli   tbe pevery way this year,-the _5ne wea-
Reeve,    J.   A.   Paterson,   in   the | ther   .attracting   many   sightsee*s
'through   tlrree 'channels���slander, chair,   and 'Couns.  Gibbie,  Davie,. from 'Vancou ver -and ��� other parts of
Lovely Evening Waists, in Cream Wool Taffeta, Creaim Silk, Wool
iShallies, etc., with fine lace trimmings, from. $2 t�� $7.
Utidersktrts-
Fine Sateen Underskirts, -'special at $1.50.
Fine Sateen Underskirts, with dust frill, etc., special $1.75.
:Fine Sateen Underskirts, in brown and navy, special $2.
Fine Watered Moreen Underskirts, special at $2.50,
Underwear*
Complete stock Ladies' and Children's Underweac, in "light, medium,
-aad heavy weight.
Flannelettes*
Large range of plain and fancy striped English flouble warp Flan-
"neletta at 12^c, 15c, 20c and 25c a yard.
NSW HOSIERS, NEW GL0VE3, LAMES' IND CHILBREN'S
JERSEYS, Etc. ��
.scandal and -eKtravagance. The
-serious featurcof tire Conservative sent.
".campaign is that'the leader of the
[party, Mr. .Borden, has launched
���what is'known as the Halifax plat-
iform, but so far, no speaker en the
^Conservative side takes tbe trouble I
'to allude to it.    It lis ignored  as
completely asit'it never existed.
Borden 'Platform Ignored.        j
A platform that'floes not inspire
a party cannot be -expected to influence a people. When leaders in
the party make campaign tours,
lewdly proclaimed in advance by
their press, and -stoutly maintain
silence with regard to the issue as
���announced'by tire leader of the Op:
position himself, it is not remarkable that the people decline to ac-
acept'the platform seriously.
Will the people accept^the assurances of a paty that relies upon
slan&eT?
Will the people accept a .party
that'charges^extravagBnce by failing to -recognize .progress?
Foster's Malicious Lies.
Mr, Foster gres abou the country with malic in his eart and
lies on his lips. Here ar some examples!���
'Gilchrist, Morley and  Embree pre-
the coast.
Ceol  weather bas brought   the
Minutes   oi"   previous   meeting ' meat market agam'to the fore arid
were adopted as read. finest generally wasi-a good supply,
go_u_.ijn_c_.t_o_!.--' 'witlr.a nntch stronger demand than
From F. C. Gamble, -re Canoe;'
���pass  bridge   approach,     Received
Men's Department-
NOBBY  FALL   SUITS,  OVERCATS,
SOFT HATS in all the new blacks.
Stanfield's Underwear-
���and filed.
From A. Whefiler.-re Delta vs.
Wilson case, stating that every
endeavor had been made to bring
this matter to a close before the
tong vacation.
On motion the Clerk was authorized to ask Counsel to endeavor to
bave date-set.
From R. B_ Alexander, claiming
$6o damages to horse by breaking
through bridge at bead of Slough.
Laid over for farther'consideration.
From R. E, Gasnell, asking 'the
Council'to send photos ot pioneers,
etc., for the Simon Fraser centenary.   'Received-andiifiled.
From J. A. McG��ffin, asking for
-a loan of $$500 on 'Mocks 6 and 7
of Lot 133, (> 2, 1354 acres. Granted ur'der-us iai conditions.
From iTbbmas 'Harrison, asking
���for a loan ot S-jooon blocks 2, 3, 4
Lot 133, :G 2. Granted
usual conditions.
> lor ��� several months. The beef of-
fered-was of -good quality and aQl
the prime stoek-S-fld readily. Mut-
'ton and lamb were very plentiful
and prime meats ell sold without
trouble, the price falling a cent aQl
round. 'Tbere *was a very strong
demand for medinm veal of good
���quality, of "Wbidh 'more might be
offered With advantage!>to the seller.
'The veal-supply generally was very
���good. Pork 'found ��a -stronger demand, the'cooler "weather making
this meat more <_��_.sonable, also
more jjlentiftil.
Eggs still command a high price
"on the. market and show indications
-of going ' higher.   Tbe-supply was
RAINCOATS,   HARD   and
We "carry a complete stock of this High Grra&e Underwear in all
the ^different weights, in Wool and Sfik and Wool.
art merit*
We CaTry nixfihing but High Grade Shoes, from the BEST Canadian
&__f& American Manufacturers,
IMcCall Patterns   ?V.stOTe.df ��ugBz and Quantity    flccaii Patterns
Marshall Smith & Go., Ltd.
SPEOIAL PRIZES.
"W. H. Smith, Ideal ageut tor the
"Vancouver Millitw. & Grain Co.,
ffras been authorized to give the
following -special .prizes for competition at the 'Delta Agricultural
'Society's Exhibition to be held
Ihere-on Friday and Saturday next:
For best loaf of'bread made frow
>Roya_ Standard Hour, by any lady,
���non-professional ���*��-'ist prize, one
^barrel Royal Standard flour; 2nd
���.prize, half-barrel Roval Standard
-flour. -
For best dozen biscuits made
'from Wild Rose pastry flour, ��� by
igitt 16 years or under���ist prize,
'ba lf-barrel Wild Rose pastry flour;
���%hd>prize,'<|Us.rt_ri*arrel Wild Rose
ipastry flo.tr.
Entries for the E-xliibiti __! close
**t .7 p.m. Thursday.
AT HOME.
Mrs.   Arthur Kershaw   will   Le
At  Home"   to  her   friends,, to^
morrow and]Thursday, from 2 to 5
p.m.
'��� ���     ������- ���- ���
Dr. Woodley, H. J. Hutcherson,
W. A. Kirkland, 'J. W. Lanning,
T. Hume, W. H��� Smith and W.
McCrea left, "yesterday, on a hunting trip into the 'Interior and will
be absent about'two weeks.
'EARLY -CLOSING.
He stated:-that Mr. Tn    iT, Com
mi.-sTsiuuer oi-Dom.tiir.,-1. iTjsls. when
���hi opened tendws for 1 mber'"retired to a dark  and -�� ��� uded room
having an iron tjownd  door;  after
locking the door  and. patting tbe
.key in Iris   pocket he t>pened   the
tenders   Hi  -secret."    Mr.   Turriff
ttold   lii-m   to Uis face this  was *
���"deliberate lie," ��nd "the evidence
before fhe Public Accounts Committee proved that there was  no such
froora in the building., and that Mr.
TurifT T.hvays opened the tetrders
in the presence of "another official.
Did'Mr. Foster'retratt? No. He
had not tire courage to repeat the
statenreiVt when challenged to bis
lace to do so. "nor the honesty to
'withdraw vHien^ his statement wasl
proved false. '
When Mr. Foster stated in thei
'House that Mr. Jackson, oi Selkirk, 'Manitoba, had been rlected
by the use of the thi n'red' line, and
Mr. 'Tactsem challenged him 'to
prove it, he with'drew'the Statement,
bat afterwards repeated the charge
tn'campaign literature, and when
his attention was called to it he
Wade'r.o attempt'to rectify ihe-false
Statement he bad caused to be1 circulated.
When Mr. Foster accused Mr.
Brodew of stealing money by "vising
if for a purpose other than that for
and 5 of
. tindei usi
godd and equal Wthe'demand, but
still the quantity is* falling oft and
the price in ��� consequence is bound
to increase.  'Botteris-still firm.
'Fowls were "not-So plentilul as
previously nnd the price stiffened
accordingly. The demand was
strong. Chickens sold rapidly atid
the supply had fallen away considerably. The greatest drop -hi
quantity was -noticeable in broilers,
the supply being only fair, and dU
���were scld according ito ��� size v. ith<a
brisk call. The demand for ducks
is increasing, but the supply is
rather smaller than previous weel_s
Taylor, Secretary j-so that tbe price has advanced.
��I   _*oc.;��tts., nol.it.ffi     t*pj����   f*--_f  Y-fl-ssrifi-tr 'rnntinnp _
tn
From M. Hlecb, complaining
aeaitistvbe bnrr.er nuisance at the
D.l'a .Saw -a. Th�� Clerk -was
aut) orized < 'notify tbe maniiger of
the mill, that swj improved burner
���must be built.
From A. DeR
D��lt.i   A-pfi -sultw
the   Ccmnci-  to   m?ske   the  usual [increase as ���'more   ripens   on   the
grant of $200.       ��� JHr-ces and'tbe'demarfd-grows ��n'pro-
Considerable discussion toolcj portion, with a 'gradi-if increase ia
place on this raatter and some dis-1 price. Pears were a "^rcnaineBt
satisfaction "was expressed at tbe!feature this week. The pear crop,
absence ofthe scale test-in the-on the whole is considerably .ighter
-grain exhibits'and 'the matter was j th.in ;lsst year -and 'these we tbe
then laid over for farther consider-1 first'that >hsve''found'-.hisir way to
nation.
From Tupper & Griffin, re the
V. V. & E. case, ' notifying the
Council tbat the trial will ' take
place on the"23rd inst, and asking
the attendance of the Reeve aud
Clerk. Received and the Reeve
���and Clerk instrufcted to-attend.
From Corbould & Grant, re Hollinshead matter, asking for >a description of'road allowance. Le?ft
m 'the hands of tbe :Reevc arid
Clerk.
From D.'J. Anderson, dfferingto
keep open ' the Tamboline Slough
free from drift for the strm ol $$&w
year, payable half-yearly. T'endfea:
accepted.
the market. The (wtppHywasi-fair
arid'all were disposed of. Apples
nre increasing _n iquantity, the
Gravenstein 'being most sought
'after. 'The.price -has .slightly advanced.
A large display ' bi "vegfethbles
were agairf to be seen -and iu grefct
variety. Potatoes :find: a very weak
���market, the "besspuice "obtained be-
-rng $14 per ton.
'The following-Tare1 thei~prices that
���faidd duringtheday:
Beef, 'hindquarters, 9c to ioc
per lb; forequaTter-s, '6d to 6|^c.
Mutton,; rae to" 13c per lb.
'Lamb, 13d to'14c per lb.
Veal, medium, nc to'12c per lb;
"From W. H. Keary, Mayor'New j^ftrge.-'Hc to 9c.
Westminster; notifying CouucilthEt    ' Pork, He to Sy'c per lb.
i-which it   was voted��� and   it   was; a delegation of ^Scottish agriculfur-!    Eggs, Wholesale,  37c  per   dofc;
5th, Marshall  Smith  & Co., Ltd,J
Cwrmetsdng   Monday,   October .proved'that he   .Foster)   had  done
precisely the same  thing when he
"Was minister��� did he withdraw and
W.11 close their store ��t 6:30 p.m. I    pte8g regret? m. he.?akl he i,ad
every everting daring the months i>becojne wiser than he was.
of October and November, except-!   'Did Mr. Foster express any Te-
iwg Saturday nights Wh_n the store,"grfct   because  he  had  been  found
ists are about to visit this province (retail, 40.
and he would -like to have them!    Batter,��� 30c to~33cper lb.
visit  Delta. ^ It is expecWd thev;    'FowlsS,  $7.00 to "��7.50 per do*;
will   arrive   here  about   the 17th chickens, $4.50 to $6.00 per doz.
inst.    Tbe Reevcend afl the 'Coiin-|    Broilers, $3 to $4:00'per dozen.
cillors were appointed ia committee1    Ducks, 56.50 to $7.50 a doz.
to meefandentettaiw the visitors,   j    Potatoes, $ 14 per ton.
Will close at <9 p.m.
Ou acctmftt 6f the short days
coming ��W, the S.S. Sonoma will
discontintre'the late trip on Saturday evenings and the early^trip on
Monday mornings ,.rter Mondav,
Sept. 28th,-_und until further notice.
i'guilty of gambling wit 1 the trust 1 The Delta Revenue By-tow, 1908,
I'funds Of the Foresters? No; he j^,as reconsiderdd'snd ftnaWy passed
! vented' his^spleen upon the raetnbers.^jth the* rate sefat -eighi
mills for
TIMOTHV& CLOVER SHEDS ["of the'commission who had  found j general revenue 'and one mil.  for
-Brackwan-Ker    Mftliug    Ca..'iikimx'ut' jschoot purposes.
Ltd.,   H.   N.   RICH,    Ladner, ����   ��������   Foo,isl- 0^w    T fSt I
one-half the cost of ditch
^Apples, 90c to'$Ji.to w box.
Pears, 800 tc. $r;��S'per box.
1 Plums,. 4��_ 'p-rrcra te.
B.C., Agent.
Don't forget tire Ittnclte
a'ftfcrnoon t<*a i'n A aittilti t
on Saturday v.&Xt, 'i'i-)-:-'
ladies of All-Saints.
ind
.lim out.
Reid   Made   Foolish.
When Dr.   Reid   undertook   to
prove that th_ goods purchased  foi
the ATttic would not go on   board;
arid the evidence before the special
i Committee provdd that they  could
to pay
dug in
East Delta, by Enderaby Bros.
After pacing the usual monthly
accounts the Council adjourned till
'Saturday, Sept 26th, at 2 p.m.
'The Ladies' Gaild of All^rr.-'
Trenant   will   me_t, on  Thursday
next, at the Vicarage,
e    ___���_.-
Chas. Ellis leaves, to-day, f6r
Moosomin, Sask., where he intends
baying a farm if he can find ona-4e
..OeKvtkiued on Second Page.) 4.5    Try^somePumi-bin Pie,Saturday.���sM��MW_i4_i. VtLk. DELTA TIMES; TUESDAY* SEPTEMBER ;5. ^3.
THE 'DELTA TIMES.   j
PUBLISHED   EVERY Ttir.SDAV.      '
SyB6CWM^ON, $KOQ JHtT _^ar��   I
Jmt.*i*-l*m%i\*.** u
Jchoi! Board.
AI1V1.RTIS1-  Q   RAT-sT..
Cas_��l Ad-wrtyKaieii'.*, to o_nti on Hue for
tlie first InsctUM, and 5 c-nt��j>-X liufe for each
subsequent lnaertlon. The number ot lines
-fckoned by the apace occupied, ii lines to tbe
Hell s
Ratea tor Goinmsfdal Ailvertise_n:nta,c_ii be
fe#d on application at_hU.o_i��#,
Reading notice*.. f��ftts per Une fe_; eacli Insertion.
liUthaud J^_tynotice.i, 5��r-. Msnrjagcsti.so.
Anv special notice, the object ot which Is lo
groriote the pecuniary benefit ol uny individual
or company, tp bc considered ia aiWertiseiuent
a nd cl*_ri;cd accordiuj_ly.
Alladvertiieme-U charced for. t-a(il ordered
*Wl and paid for.
Corrc_ponden.ee lurlVed off, niat(er��.osl.public
l__tre>.. Cooi-fj-VscaUoiis.'sg tditor must be ao
c_4upanled by name of writer, not necessarily
Wr publication, kut aa evidence of good faith.
Correspondence must reach this oflice by Thursday eraulue.
Gjso. R- M.WIJ.Y.,
Manager.
TpESqAY, SEPTEMBER IS. 1908.
TWENTIETH ANNUAL.
Tite 20t_t. sumual exhibition of
the Delta Agricultural,Society will
be held at tbe society's grotwids ou
Friday and Saturday next, and,
according to the way the entries
sire pouring in, this pr-pmises to be
the best yet.
The horse department, tbis year,
will be something worth seeing and
U is expected' that, many visitors
will be here who have an eye tor
Rood.horseflesh, Thi* department
ot the show has been improving
very yea; until ib has. become of
very greatiimpc.tauce to the whole
Qrovince. '
If those who .would see- improvements made in our home exhibition
would take ottf membership tickets,.
then take a deep interest in the
'undertaking and endeavor to interest his neighbors, and, friends.
Le will then be in a better positici.
to point out, where tbe show is.
licking aud how best to.improve
tl isi��_. -Bryi. tliis. experiment and
see how it works.
A touch of fever and   ague is ac-
.> untable for the delav of this issue.
Victoria's Exhibition  opens en
"iVl -_-l����y\ nmarl,    *_.sv.    IlJ-ti*, BllU       Will
continue till the 26th inclusive.
B. H. Weaxe begs to announce
that he. will reopen his Mandoliu
��nd Violiu Classes in Waddell's-
Hall,, overt Gifford's barber shop,
on Thursday,. Sept., 17th. For
terms and'further-particulars apply
to above.,
A very quiet wedding took place
at the Maxtie, Ladner, or* the 2nd
ipst, when Mrs.FentQu.was united
in marriage tp Arthur*. Kershaw, oi
the firm of Bath Sc Kershaw, After
tbe ceremony; the hapgy, couple left
on their hooaymoon, trip to Vancouver and Victoria,
T. W. Williams and. H. H.
Abbott, o�� Vancouver, were in
town,, to-dajr, in connection with
the running of B. C Field Trial
Club's annual trials to.be held, h��re
commencing Monday. Oct. 5th.
They.-have interviewed a number of
Uie farmers and landholders with a
view, of getting permission to run
through their property. Both
Bentlemen> state, that those they
have-seeu. were good enough to
givetheircpnsent.it beipg. understood that, any, damage done by
handlers or folio vyprs wHl be made
good by the Club..
(Continued trota: EJirst. Page.)
*nd did, go ea board", did. he express-regret? No^ he repeats- the
Sstatemeut'and causes, it to.be put in
qampaign.literature.
Ta,Wor _y9o Bailed.
When Mr.,Taylors oitief Conserr
natiire- vfirip, stated in tbe Hbnse
tfc.it goaielsvln.excess of the reqpir-
rneiits af tbo- Antic.- expedition
Itad.beeti. purchased at exorbitant-
prices, and.when given.* committee
faile. to prove it, <iid he withdraw*
tbe statement? No; he re; tats it
i^.the imblic platform.
The. ypord. of ScUool) Trustees
rjiet in the Council Chamber 0:1
Saturday, Sept. 5th,. with Trus-
tees-S'tuith. Wright (in the chair),
A. DeK. Taylor, P. Swensen and
W. Pybus presgntj
Minutes of, previous meeting
were adopted as read.
COM MWN tC AT IONS.
Fiom the Educational department, re smallpox; received and
filed. Also announcing that flags
had been forwarded for the schools.
Received and filed.
The Secretary stated that Miss
Kingstqu had been appointed to
Gulfside school and Miss. Hprdman
to,Sunbury.
Re Gulfside school, Trustees
Swensen aud Pybus wer.e appointed a committee, with power to act,,
iiiithe selection and purchase of a
new school site,
On account of the overcrowding
of the-Ladncr school, it wall; be necessary, ere long,,to prev.e*jt tbe attendance there of pupils i-rom the
Gulfside school district.
The Secretary reported having
purchased a carload ot coal; for the
various schools. Having had to
buy more than was. necessary in
order to get the reduced price, he
stated that-he had disposed of the j
balance..
J. A. Cairnes asked the Board to
burn ajound the fence at Boundary
Bay school to psevent S3tme being
destroyed by, hush fires;, that the
windows be made to open from the
top; that aiguttet' be placed along
the bottom of the blackboard to
catch chalk dust; that a desk aad
chair be supplied for teaches's use
and that a screen be placed in frot.t
q��,the boys' closet.
The following accounts were or-,
dered paid: Salaries,. $710; Daily
Province, $4;-. Columbian, $2; R.
Kittson, $(;.. Bath fis.- Kershaw,
$118.30; Marshall Smth & Co.,
$27.10; T. J. Trapp & Co., $29; S.
W. Fisher, $7.90; A.. Jensen,
$17.90;. N. A_ McDiarmid,.. $57;
McWaters & G-rouehLe, $30.65;.
Miss. Knutson...$2_5cx
The Board then adjourned till
Saturday, OotT 3rd, at 2-p.m.
Tasbfon Stables*
Trucking1 and Draying.    Livery Work of
4-H Kinds Attended to Promptly.
A$ Kinds 01 Firewood Always On Hand.
PROVING
E \ I
i _~ i turn
J. M. COLLINSON, B_��_ 20> mm' *k
Shoes for Everybody
Some Shoes lovk. well aud wear  badly,, othcits look badly
and wear well,.
Ours look well, feel well and wear well',
We uot only aim at  having fehe latest styles, but honest
goods as well.
We have All Sizes and? Widths and caa Fit Any
Foot Accurately and for very Little Money.
It wont* do any harm to start dealing here-
JNO. REs\QH,   LADNER, B.C.
pXHIBlTiON
VICTORIA, B.C.
British Columbia's Premier Sw
September 22-3-4-5126.
Everything New, Modern and  Up to the Minute
New <trouiwls�� Wsw Braidings,  Nfew Attractions
Horse Show Every Evening
Cash Tom&ola Prizes Ever, Ba</
FOUR DAYS OREAT HORSE RRGNfi
Trotting,  Pacing, Running,
(repairing Neatly and Promptly Bone
EXCURSION RATES FROM EVERYWHERE
For Prize Lists or Information
Address J. E. SMART, Manager
DOING HIS BEST..
, Cap*; Bruce bas been somewhat
disappointed, this week, in bis ar--
ra-igemet-ts- He sent the engineer
of the launch to Vancouver to engage a captain for the launch,.and
while on his mission, he happened
to travel on the car whkk. killed
Mr. Dynes, and' was detained as a.
witness,, the- launch, meanwhile,
being tied up at Westminster..
Nbw, however, fc. apti Bruce ex--
ptcts to have the launch running,
regularly, aceord__ig to schedule,,
from now on.
As an earnest oi his itrtention to
endeavor to give us as efficient a
Service as-possible, Capt. Bruce, last
evening, sent Port Guiehon's mail
down hy. toad on account of Uie
Str. Favorite being delayed at Ladner taking on freight.
StrayecL
Onto nry property,, oil Friday,
Sept. nth, a blaek Sow. Owner
may have same on proving property
and paying expenses.
F'. V. GUICHON.
Lost.
the Delta Saw mills
. in ��mam   . ������mui . ��� 5    ���   ' ��� ���   ��� '  i    *       ���'    '���" ��� >'   -*        ' '���   ��������*���������   ���������>��.
Are. Prepared to ... *
Furnish All Kinds, of
ROUGH   &   DRESSED   LUMBER
At LOWEST PRICES.. Also
Shingles* Doore, S.ash and
House   Finish   of  All   Descriptions.
iKorparated 1869.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED, - $4,000,000
CAPITAL PAID-UP,        - - $3,000,000
RESERVE FUND, - - $4,390,000
Total Assets Over Forty-Five Millions.
Accounts of Qttt-ofVFawn Customers Given Spectai
Attention.
BANK BY  MAIL.
Tha BE.ST  Water   Tanks   Are
Made at This Mill.
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. SMPSON, Manager, LADNER, B. C.
finin I
I jl hen:l*iy I
NEW WESIMIHSTSK,   IS B. C.  .J
Manufacturers -_1all.ls.11_- oi'
Soda Water, Ginger
AU and Summer
Drinks.
1       Your patronage solicitea
>!fl.DcR.TAYL(>l,
OELSON TH0SIPE,
Veterinary Sungeons.
OhiThurday, Sept 3rd, aHofct&in
Cow in fill milk. Findei. kindly
notify
THI.S OFFICE.
For SalOi
F^ur.l.red Oxford Downs tor sale,
also Tamworth Pigs of both sexes.
Apply t'j
A., DA,VIE.
Acclimatized Stock.
Seeds
Trees
Plants
For th*
Facm,. Garden, Lawn  01
ConservatiQfY.
Reliable' Varieties, at Reasonable
Prices. No Borers. N"o Scale
No. fumigation to- damage stock.
No windy agents to _nnoy vou
Buy direct and get Trees, and Seeds
that Grow.
Fertilizers, Bfee Supplies, Spray
Pumps,. Sprayibg Material, Cut
Flowers, etc. Oldest established
nursery, on  the mainland of  B. C
Catalogue free.
M.1HEWS, Nurseries,
Greenhouses and Seedhouses
VANCOUVER,   -   B. C.
All   Calls	
Promptly Attended to
Phone 35 Statnt"   Rloik
tadner,  B'.C.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL  tAND SURVEYOB
Rooma.Klliirdnloclt.N-w We..Wtiinslrr.
DELTA HOTEL
R D. IVkKenzie, Prop.
Newly FUnttished Throughout, and
Firsb-Class in Every Detail.
Rates 01* AppKcatinn
LADNER.
BC
Mandolin I
Having been requested to start a
Mandoliu Class, am now pro*
pared to do so. For terms, etc.*
apply
B.   H.   WEARE,
Case of Mr. f. W. Lanning .
Mandolins, Strings, Etc*,
Supplied at City Prices.
rn 'i1.' -in	
Our Entire Stoek of
Ladies' and Children*'
Ready-to-Wear Goods
and Fancy Goods
AU New and Up-to-Date Stock, to Clear at Coat and
Below.
THE WHITE HOUSE,
A. j. BIRTCH,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C THE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. igoS.
-sTO  __fm!a  of a  flaffs
m V'.'.le borst is ������<-*-. artoat
I ijpon  (lie Ul_0>'Hl   'V:stssr,
I;i w.Utch .  y iuHi dous -.it. forsooth,
.\ Itb his ������. ���:'..: cut's Daughter;
He haa. t:.;_. s-iors- n ml! . or more,
Alone Hi., laughing water,
1 Tin n !  p^ the boaT scMnely float
s'.iid Uu^_ hl_ neighbor's t1 ui_.it ...
~��Chleaga News.
Tlrii<s t.i Open.
TTin ". ..,!.r,s__T. t1-- !! tei football
;>li!s'' r   ���.-. ,���. ...':.���. itttvcrtlsoU?
I    Tho Dean-It ta.
Tho I'r<. 1 _ont���Then I [;ne__ we might
i-'.u-:i .��� ��� -. 11 ut. tha college���Cleveland
f FluiJ Dculer.
A Pnl. r.snl WnH.
"_. W-nk and worn rs:id weary, I amfro?.-
_.'.���'!   lo I'.   I':   ���:   1,
10V 'IT    ���   .    ',.;. ;;:.i of peaco till Dick  1"
l    te 1:, .-_--1:
At  morn,  lit   ut.ht,  I growl onj bite;  1
charge. I i :: v.   . 'il tcnri
I huv<  to ti. ���:. , r. animate lm saw at th'
ruunly fair,
-rChl-Ago Hocord.
QUO  HOUSE OF C-MMO .&
in Amnalnu Btnry Told by it Hnuitna
o,' , tu. i. DiiUlea.
Mr. I'...; i.. is i!_lu, who Wni n habltu*
..' ib blihics nf tlio housuof commons fai
6.1 Mi:-, mirrutes somu of his ourloun o__.
i i.! nice . Referring to BeUttBiy'l Uitch-
i:.i 6.i \!\iill.v iloEeribeil by Charles Dick.
!.���; and cu Ihu members who were won!
i.i frequent lt, he says'! "You not th*
test Obop iU��l gt. .il_nn_l euld, moat and
t.i lad In tho woild, uud thc parrot wh��
��..!��_ 'Order, order I'and 'Chair, chair.
s.n.1 ull tlio cries of the house, and the Vir-
<T!ort;il'sluno,' whoehivfl't-l cu'ry oue, M
described by Dickons, were still thoro,
md meinboj-l of thogovernment ininlitl*
s. ,i!i eating their dinner ut a real deal
kllihon t.iblo. 'Give you a kiss,' .Ian*
n__ed of a young member, who was < hat-
J_,.g her, 'you, a younger son, and only a
fco.ough incnubor. Why. I bo_ed u duko'��
C-.rs for asking such aa iuipertincnt quo_-
li' :i y.ost lay:'   There wn* a very differ-
n.t house fif common..  i_u__ tbu present
Mm in thoso days."
A n am nslug story is told oi L_rd Palnv
i:���������.-!_. ulio had j-ist  hnd n stormy  In-
.!."..:_ with a '.lofiufc-tUin. wliich came to
i    inorh. llze him on  tho sahjeet of the
fine diiLios    .lust as bh_y wore loavinjf
��..-: room  a sudden thought struck klm,
_ .;! ho culled thuui buck tuwtsnld: "Pet-
h:i|is, gentlemen, a nuoLhrctlano. iny boy-
I ���    I   may  help you.    When a boy, my
.     iidfallTcr look ins with hlm to stay at
id 1\ :i ! riii.o's     After dinner his lord-
;��� -:sici   '1 liopu you liked  my wine.   I
��� l my best to pleaso you.    As a member
,'. i l,i' government I ought not to tall yoo
liTit 1 got uiy ehuret and champagne direct
;:���>!:_   u  sint.pg.lvr     I am unsworable
r thu pOrt, ns-l matk> it  niysolf.'   Old
:;i had bit iho bullscyo. and Iho depute-
:   i retired wlt.li much kiughtor."
Pho rcitillilsa-IMM that -enter ln Joh��
B. '-tjbr. ure tuiuully amusing. For exam-
p..: "11 ".II to mind hearing him In lUt
ln I It i hoil-o oi commons on. the appoint*
nu: i. of a new bishop of Manchester.
Quo: tug from men ory, ns I do throughout, i u snid: 'You wanted a new bishop
of Jerusalem a short time ago. How did
that holy man gi. out? With his staff and
his .mii. like ono of the apostlos? Xot a
bit ol it Ho wont out on her majesty's
steam frtgato Retribution and landed, under a salute of 18 guns, not far from tip
Bi"it. Where Simon lodged with the tan
-or.   "���Fortnightly Review.
A Sel   tltiC-s <,-.:-...3npo.
I
iH-d\
Mr1
tis-dmmm
mm
,���"-*���.
dd."'^
"���prsf,, grandpapa, my fl-��werl" wt,t cri.*.
"I found ii In tli�� grasses!"
And. with a kindly . mlln. the sn'.e
Surveyed it through lii.-i glasses,
"Ali. yes," hu said. 'Invohiorftto,
And -ill Iho florets ltsulato.
Corolln gamopstalpus,
Composltne, exeg. nous,
*  pretty specimen It is,
.i-riixi'.oum dens-leontsl"
Cr,!.' took tho Wo.s'-m back .isrsln.
111.  ti:or. her wi_:ful ey.   on.
1 thought,*  ahe Bild,  with i   i-..:.:..
Up.
*>Il was a ilantl Ion!"
���-Jarnarpi ,t..i.-���-���   ������   ->���    ���.-'������a,' .���
A  m_-��_lu�� In Di-BUlN--
Tciwne��� Look nt tbnt poor blind be(f
gnr playing tho accordion.
Browne���-les, and he's deaf to*.
Towne���Grnclous! Isn't that awfnit
Brown���Oh, 1 don't know. Just think
bow much he'd have to suffer If b��
v.-iisii't deaf; he'd bnvo to listen to big
music
Snl��er.luoii_.
The Man���Let nie soli yon this now
nud very interesting work.
Tlie Other Man���I don't neod to. Mj
barber bought one Inst week.
B1f*a_!i>_T_   In   I.!i��_nl_e.
They used lo toll me whon I was n Httlr
girl und had broken my dearest doll, fo:
example, or had _.'._> stung by n hoe or
tlio day before my best friend's birthday
unity that evory affliction ls a blessing ir
disguise. I was no. or clover at ponotrat
lng disguises, hut there nro times when I
agrcs to the truth of the saying, eepoolnUi
when tho nfQlotlons are othor peopiS's
Just a few evenings ago 1 heard a young
girl, who has just come home afrur si-
months out r,f tnwn, playing tho piano. 1
was so nun h struck with tbe improvoiuonl
iu her tuchnto since I beard her befor*
that I spoke about It.
"It's ull duo to & lllt-o 'run around' !
hud cm tho irlrtdlo linfrcr of ir.y right
.hard," sho raid. 'I wasn't doing muol
1 nut Icing, but I was embroidering a ecu
tcrploco fpr a friend who Is to be mari'lei
next mouth, and _ couldn't lose any time
I put my thimble ou my ring finger, and
alter a few days I could use it juet iw
; (_i.:ily that way as on tho middlo flBgor
Whon I began to play the piano again, )
km >n> 'i:-__l lo llnd how iry third Angel
had r" Ined in strength. It had alv.a.u
been iry weak point befcro. 1 always ithi
It for thimble fingor now, and you s.co lh:
result. I'vo ntiviGod ovcrybntty to.try H
li s an ill wind'���you know the rest.
,.'   . /'.
mm
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Founded 1892
Incorporated 1893
"_.____?*'.������' *
n.trt ����, itotcl w��r��s
Sonioono bad told her that you al.rays
havo t<> register, hut sho wasn't used to
betels That w ��� i apparent from tho way
sho lingered bei.* id tho old lime traveling
man who stood by ��lio clerk's dc��!;. She
Wanted to soo how It vas done. The olt)
fellow had had the same room in the bouse
fcr nino yenrs. It was always kept for
him��� So. A3, on tho second uoor. He hnd
wired three days before that ho was coming, so it wus all rendy for him. Iio dip.
pod iho pen It; I! ��� ln_ well uud, w|;h an
extra iiuu>i-is or two, scratched down thi
name, "..nines Kdward Cli.lT_.i_l.'*
"The same old thing." ho asked of ths
ata'k.
"Yeup," wns tho answer.
Whereupon Mr. Clifford wrote daws
opposite his name, "(13."
Then tlio bellboy grabbed his traveling
oose and conducted him to tho elovator.
The clerk dipped tlio pen lu the Ink and
banded It to thn demure maiden who had
stood behind tho old traveler. Sbo glanced
at tlio last name ou the page, then turned
for n parting look nt tbe form just passing
into the elovator car. Islin laid her hand-
Ver chief and pookotbook on tho do_k and
wroto, "Faith -lcrrowcaTher."
Thou sho shot tho clerk a modest Iittlo
glance und finish, d out tho lino hy placing "21" after thu plgnature, Sue looked
np blushing.
Tho olork smiled, and -.vl.cn he hnd
whispered a room number to tho port..'?
snd tbe girl had passed behind tho screen
bo said tu bini.-.cU, "Uy Joio, she doesn't
look it!"���Dotroit Freo l'rcss.
The llnuinu gocietr Woman.
A Russian society wouian knows only
one thing���fashion. Art Is a stranger to
hor. She loves admiration and flirtation,
but hor henrt remains cold, though shs
may bo burning other hearts with tho fire
of her eyes. Nowhere is woman more dangerous than in Russian socioty. To begin,
a Russian girl seeks a liusband only foi
tho position he gives her. Matrimony ll
only n question oi fashion, aud if u Russian girl cannot find a husband within s
reasonable time sho can fill uo placo in
good iroclf.Jy, and eke ls ridiculod hy all
bur acquaintances. Thus, slio watches
with ngony the approach of tho cud ot her
youth, livery tentative) ia thus made ic
win thn grund prize of matrimony. Even
ber friends are us anxious as she ls anil
foursome lest sho may bo an obi maid
Then whon all efforts havo failed, wheu
no moro hope remains, she takes nel van
tllgoof the solo remedy lelt to her''maiden
Widowhood..!' Sho travels. She goes tt
Paris und Xloe. Sho stays away three
years maybe, then returns to Russian so
oloty, no lou'Tr iin old maid, nor cen a
wifo, but, a , idovy. Nobody nsk. whom
slio married, nor howf.lic became a widow
Bhe Is a widow; that ejii.le.oB. As a widow
ahe is received everywhere and le seine
tkiUj- -Philadelphia Iaquijror.
flemon  ln   Lo.v!y  Drains.
Bees know the timo of day. Experimenters wbo feed them nt a ccrbiln
time ench dny find that thoy muko no
mistake in tbe hour.
The pigeons of St. Mark's, Venice,
can tell tourists, who feed tin. ni ns n
matter of .hity, from natives who do
not How? Ily their loitering? By
their red guidebooks?
American horses driven without
"blinders" nre said to bc leoo iiisi.io to
fright thnn English horses which are
mude to wear them.
An A-l-cgs In Africa.
Ono of the young Indies of the ronipnnv
���who, Iiy tbo wuy. never scorn to under
strusd thut black people a-o mou-r-thptigh!
it great lun logo to a Kafir's kraal, pecj
in and kips hor hand to tbo chief Inside
Hu Inlmct'ilatoly efsino out to buy her and
was very much in earnest about it.
""So, thank ynu; I am uot up for auction today."
'��� Three oxen."
"Really very good of you, but"���
"Four otscii."
���'No, thanks; I'm not for sale."
"Five u���on."
"No; lut tnogo."
lie let her go with a Zulu onth, and her
friends, who had missed her, congratulated her c:i her safe return, which they had
���0U80I1 to do.���"Random Recollections,"
hv 14. flan ebony.
instrnc'tlon of Yi-otli.
Johnny��� Tho verbiage wus so bad 1
oo_! !__'u I'ido mv whnol.
Hi. Sister���Wl.ntare yon talking about!
"Weil, when I raiw the word 'verbiage'
Iii tlm paper ard asked pu what it meant
>.u snid 'wind.' "���Cincinnati Enquirer.
OlToieo of Two Evils.
It's-, always viiry wrong to llryht,
1 ni. none lhe less, iny .en,
In>p-i i ur muscles���don't relax
As If ;.sl striio wero done.
Provides a Christian Home for Students of both
sexes at moderate rates. Has a preparatory class for
junior students taking Public School work. Docs High
School work and prepares for Provincial Teachers' Exam-
inru.o.is, Teaches all branches pf a Practical Business
Course and confers Diplomas. Imparts a Liberal Education in its Collegiate Course, and in the Ladies' Course
for . E. L , and M. L. A. In Theology confers the degree of B.D. In University work can take students through
the complete Arts Course for the B.A. degree of Toronto
University, with which the College is in full affiliation. In
Science teaches the First Year of Toronto School of Science, and has a Special Engineering Course adapted to
Practical Engineering work in this Province. In Music, a
sWtnpIete course in theory, voice culture, and piano and
organ, in conjunction with the Toronto college of music.
Special instruction in art and elocution, while all students
���re required to take physical training with all the privileges of a well equipped gymnasium,
It's t
l'.l'T
Whei
Mn
r.i i
1 very wrong to fight,
ef close your cnr.i
*'e _-p.m suggests that he
d new volunteers.
It's always very wrong lo flRht;
Tl.,��� sn I'ini ������ old and terse,
Hul to m, ' ��� i "'le ��� nl get whipped-
Vis;-'.'n h.' nl    ly v  i "
���Washington Miar
Tht i1 -v.. :n military attaoho with
.:���: oner   hns   ni'lii. ined   Ihu   ',.     ''-   ���'-���
i'���i     , ....-.' '.. ��� ��� ;���
I :. .   ,.   i,i   , .    [,euj lO �� llO  lire   cnpisl lo  i 1
inch n.i n li thlt ;il rule thn wi.i 1,1.���I'L'H
Udulphlu l.'.l,/ ���'���
A naval nlticur \.ilh a promotion is Ilk��
a farm rl (oro the S-i.oll man ut u fair���
now ho sees Itand now be doesn't. Con
.,; ��� nhould culje i:p the suWoj and di-
\ i. :i a l'A io:i::l S3 ste:u of lmvy rewnrds.--
Is'ios   i 01 Is  il ibl'sDO.
The man whe proposes to soften th��
tones of tho piano Iiy putting .ohluftjforra
on the Strings is a hninanUarlun, Ho
vrou'd be Unit nnd a i hiluiithraplsl i.e. ldi_i
it ho could inuniigg tu ohlorolorut son.t
players.
Quelle.-, threatens to withdraw from lh��
Cnoudlan lodeiatloii lt her liquor supply
is cut off, Thero ate Muino and Vcrnlonl
that mnnuge tu baug on to the i'nlon b>
tbeir tuclh and got n Iittlo rum too. Don I
be prooipltoto.���Minneapolis Journal.
Aaytlllng t;t ths nature of a donation is
mini to itiiko tho Spaniard favorably,
The iji.'cr of Iho government logivol.es
transportation to the families of oflicers
from Cuba to Spain has resulted iu ��u
avalanche of weddings over the island.���
St. I_ouls Cilolie-Uemocrat.
A statistician declares thnt tho wheat
supply will soon bo lnsufllolent to pruvide
tho world with bread. This condition will
nrobnbly ucenr at just about tho sums
siaiu that tho coal supply is exhausted, at
ic.eiKisis predict, so that there wuuld bt
Ht .u*i with which to bake it, auyhaw.
FD'JCATED   FEST.
-.Inrloo   Tradesi.-irn    Mute   Ooofl   UlrC
of   I'!..-ir Pedal E_l.es. i.iifciesi.
Tlio French othnologlst, Professor ?,
Begnault, hu. mado special studio.-: i:i the
far oast i:i regard to the ability of the
Hindoos to make use of thoir feetaa auxiliaries of their hands. This ability is par
ticularly noticeable when one watchei
Hindoo tradesmen at their work. Thc
saris i lor employs his feet as a vi:;e r.r.d ar
i gal,we; the . tioeiiialior holds the shot
between his feet, leaving both his bor.ds
free to work upon lt; tho Hindoo butchct
holds a knife between tiio isig and t.,., _oc
end toe nnd cuts his moat by drawing 11
across the knife und pressing it down
r.i :li both bunds. Tho help of tho feet it
most vuluable ln weaving, and it is a
wt ndcrful thing to us to Fen a Hindoo
artisan use both his hands and hia feot lr.
handling bis loom. Begnault also ob
served a child ollnibing a trro and grasping tho bruin lies of, tho tree between thi
flrst two toes of either foot whenever a
bold could thus bo secured.
This col la horn! Ion of tho feet with tho
hands, It would seem, ls thu re:.ult of
severul changes iti the physical dev lop-
ment which the Hindoo raco has under
gone In tlie course of time tl.rough out
ward agonclos. Their hip joints are much
freer nnd n.oro linihor than ours and wiil
permit them to squat ou tho ground and
at tho sumo time draw the feet so near
to their hands that thoy can grasp with
their foot tho work In band und hold lt
with some expense, of strength. The ankle
Joint Is also limber and works freely, nnd
thc big toe is moro developed und can bo
moved by them nt will as regards its bend
lng and stretching, its suparating from
and approuching toward tbo second too.
The normal foot of tho Hindoo shows r
large spneo between tbe big toe and the
second This, bowever, Is due solely to
their wearing sandals, which are held in
placo by a wooden peg placed between
theso two toes. The constant muscular
. _crci_cs practiced ln holding tho sandals
natural!} tends to strengthening those
toes, and tho uso of the feet, being a gen
era! custom and tried evon by children of
this tender age, hus gradually changed thc
Hindoo anatomy.���Philadelphia Record.
Notice to Credit
Hu.Tt.orn_   mn  a  SIndents
A correspondent of the Brunswick (Mo.)
Telegraph says: "Huwtborno, when a student In college, hoarded with tho mother
of the writer, and wo often went fishing
for trout lu what ls now known as Mall
brook. At that timo tho students culled
It Hnwthorno's brook. Ho wus rather ro
served lu manner, and had but few usso
elates. When in college, he was not over
5 feot 8 Inches in height. It was the cus
torn ut that time for tha atudonts when
thoy met President Allen tn raise thei;
hats. Hawthorne nnd John Hodgdon, it
wns said, woro brought up among the
Friends, and thoy did not raise their huts
whon passing tho president. Hnnihorrc
was summoned before tlm president fo.
this neglect, und I huve forgotten wb.thcj
he wns suspended or escaped with only ���.
reprimand."
_*r
s.
In  the  F.state  of William Goudy,
late ol Ladner, B.C., Dt ceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that all creditors and others having
claims against the estate of William
Cloudy, late of Ladner, B. C. tie
ceased, who died at the City of Los
Angeles, California, on or about tlie
24th day of June, 190S, are required, on or before the 21st day ui
September, 1908, to send by post
or deliver lo H. N. Rich and II. J.
Hutcherson at Ladner, B. C, Executors of the Will of the said
William Goudy, their names, a i-
dresses and full particulars of their
claims duly verified, and notice o!
any securities held by them.
.AM) PURTHHK TAKE NOTICE
that after said date the executors
will proceed to distribute the assets
ol the deceased among the parties
entitled theieto, having regard only
to the claims of wliich they shall
then have notice, atid lhat they
will not be liable for the said assets
or any part thereof, to any person
or persons whose claims they shall
not have received notice of at the
time of distribution.
Dated at New Westminster, B.C.,
this 17th day of August, A.It.
1908.
.McBRIDE & KENNEDY.
Solicitors *'or the Executors.
C.Crop   destroying
furred  and feathered
sts are made  short
shrift of with a reliable,
unerring STEVENS.
C.For Sport or Service
STEVENS RIFLES���
SHOTGUNS-PISTOLS
are unsurpassed.
ENS
HIGH IN QUALITY
LOW IN PRICE
ii> :.'t S tenta la
��� ..impb for
I.lujtraUd ��&d
Descriptive
CiUlof.
iif.plOt4 with
STEVENS Mid
r.enoral flreaiTB
I:, formation.
J. STEVENS ARMS & TOOL CO.
P. 0. Box 4098.
Chicopee Falls, Mass.
I.nuli.ih ITo. al Titlca.
Thn kings ami quuuns ot JDuglnntl war
not always stylod "his" or "hor lnnjosty,'
nr attur the pattern ol that bustowud upoi
Victoria, "her most gracious majesty.'
hU'ssssss iv wus styled "hisgraci'," Hear;,
VI "his most excellent grocer- __J.Tts.sjd
IV "high and   mighty   prince,"   Hour;
VII 'his graco nnd his majesty," Hour,
VIII "bis highness" and afterward "hi;
majesty." Subsequently tho English king;
wcru styled "his saured majesty."
A llae Kor IJ.
Mnmlo���Only lliink, Fred Sumders ha:
given Carrie Monro a diamond lor an eu-
(,'aftur.ient riiiK.
Stove���That's all right. Carrie's father
la a painter and glar.ier. The diamond
will 001110 in handy iu his business.���Bus-
ton Transcript.
WEE LEE
Successor to
QUONG LEE,
CHINESE    LAUNDRY
Having ptuchased the abjve business, I am prepared to do first-class
work of all kinds of laundering,
i. or ten years succcssf illy operated
a laundry iu New Y->rk City.;
WBS.T.
Your Pat re nge Earnestly
Solicited.'
LADNER
B.C!
CHURCH   NOTICES.
ALU SAINTS.
(Anglican.)
Holy Communion���ist and 3rd
Sundays at 8:30 a.m.; 2nd and 4II1
Sundays at ri a.m.
Matins, 11 o'clock.
Evensong, 7:30 o'clock.
Sunday .School at 10 a.m.
Friday evening, Litany at 7:30.
Rev. E. R. Bartletr,  M.A., Vicsi
CATHOIs-C
Services first and third Sunday of
each month at 10:30 a.m.; Benediction, 7:30 p.m.       *
Sunday school at 3 p.m.
Low Mass and Holy Communion
first and third Mondays at 6 a.m.
Rev. Father Wagner, O.M.I.,
Parish Priest,
METHODIST.
Services next Lord's Day at ti
a. ht.ar.d 7:30 p.m,
Ci .co trectin^, after the morning
service e. ciy Sunday.
S.li.aifa School at 2 p m every
i-'utsday. Prayer meeting every
Thursd. y evening at S.
Rev. T. F. Betts. pastor.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Driven Frantic by Bell*.
"If ever there was anything provoking,'
said the young hqusekcopor, "it is tho l:i-..
that I have three electric bells in iny Hit
When one ol them rings, I start and rim
first tu'.ne mid thon tn iinotbor, and hall
the time it is the third one liiat wants an
swering. It Is uot only my o\\ 11 bolls thai
aro a nuisanoo, tint a score of others, as v.'��
live in a largo apartment building. 01
course I enn't hoar ull of the hills, hut 1
hoar enough todiivo me nearly mad, 11111'
each day 1 am sursi 1 must go to my door.
UO times all fur naught. Pooplo who have
oeoasibn to ring an electric Imil often nil.
tnke it fur a plaything, and could lliey
I>_t realize ihe agonizing offoot it bas on
the occupants of thu flat they might pus-
slbiy bo induced to 'ring oil.' .Tingle,
jingle, jingle goes the hell, and before any
one can get to the door or to the speaking
tube jli'gle, jingle, jingle it goes again
llh. it la awful i"���Chicago Chronicle
A TrnitMi>s,isn!oii.
Margaret���No, you cannot stay, love.
Your mother snys It Is absolutely nee-
essary for you to come homo.
Elizabeth���Oh, dear! I lomatimce
think that mother is the iuvotitor of
necessity Instead of necessity being the
mother   of   Invention.
Tric'sN nf l��itr|si <-|i-.,-,i.sq,
Paris I.i full of . iliuti i'f It coins, nm'
thn cubuion mnko lis i ot 11 11 quito I:
tpmlnunly, you tn!a> n twi i'rnnc One
lido, and when you reach your hot
yon in tic: ;,- ni'TOslty of your he ,1
give the cabman 3 ft..n_s.
You have Just ffnt witb! 1 tb
bnle wben you uotlco the cabman Im
followed you.
He apologia -^ bnt tbc coin you bu^.
.iwii him Is bad. You look at It. Ye>
t is bad. It Is nothing hut a bit o.
load.
You are pretty certain In yuu- mint'
that it l.o't Hip coin t'in gave the man
���which in elm . ; ���'' cases uul of ti
IrumU'ed it i. I ul you don't cunt tn
ha.L-gle In _ I 1 ei n'.dor and be sub-
jenied to the Igu minions glances 0'
nrlher folks nn 11 foreigner who five,
poor fi'emh cub drivers hud money.  He
.111 take the Lit of lend and give a �����>;���'���
coin.
Of course the cabman has changed
tbe coin. You gave liim a perfectly
;ooil three franc piece at tbe atari.
which he hns In his pocket, nnd he has
Muffed you into giving blm another ."
ir.incs in exchange for a useless bit of
lead. To visitors to Purls let thla he u
��� .a rn hig.
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights 4c.
Auvono sending a sketch end dcncrlnttir. may
readily iwcertnti. our opinion iroo wnotuer *n
Invention Is probaWy piiteiiii.Wn. < oramuuloa.
tlnnsRtrlctlycciliadoiitliil. HANOHOOK ou l'atonts
Edit froe. Oldest licency for ecciirmi: I'liteias.
1'iitonts taken tlirou. U Munu x Co. receive
tptciol notice, without churBO, lathe
'"''r-  .fc"��Jia:��- u   .__.1s1-r_BT.s_.
Services next Lord's Day at 11
la.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Sabbath School at 10 am Mid-
��� week meeting on Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Rev. J. IT, White, M.A,
tirVIT1*^*^!^     a7 ������������  .TB  m-wmmmwer
AhandBomely illustrated weekly.  I_.irKeat cir-
Slatlon of any sciontmojourn.il.   Terms for
imda, ia.75 a year, postafio prepaid.    Sold by
all newsdealers.
MUNN gCo.86""0"1^ New York
��� Brsnoh OOlce. 636 V St., Washington. D. C.
BAPTIST,
Sabbath services ��� Crescent Island, 3 p.m.; Ladner, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at 10:30 a. m.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at
8 p.m.
MCMSI-PMMMl)
If you average the cost price of J-M ASBESTOS Roofing over
the period of years it is in service, you will sec that "J-M" ia
cheaper to u_c than any other prepared roofing. Being made of
Asbestos, an indestructible mineral, it is permanently durable,
and as it does not require any coating or painting, its lirst cost is
the only cost.    Easily applied hy anyone.
A8BEST0SIDE is an Asbestos Sheathing and la the most economical, durable and easily applied siding known.
Auk for MHmplcii tins.1 pr*lo_MI.
H. W. JOHNS-MRNVILLE CO.
The Delta Times
j THE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1908.
BORN.
SMITH���At  Vancouver,   Septtni-!
ber   10th, the  wile  of Marshal:
Smith, of a son.
LOCAL NEWS.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Davie returned home, Saturday, from a
visit to Seattle Fair. ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. McCrea, of
Point Roberts, paid a visit to Ladner on Thursday last.
Liberals, Sttenti on S
A meeting: to select delegates to
the Liberal Conventi. i at Westminster, on the 30th inst., will Le
held in Oddlellows' Hay, Ladner,
on Saturday evening, 26th inst., at
8 o'clock p.m.
All Liberals and others supporting the Laurier Government invited to attend.
God Save the King.
$_?
��fa*.
Leave
Mrs. W. H. Smith returned
home, Saturday, from a visit to
friends iu Vancouver.
Miss Foster returned home, Friday, from a three-weeks' visit to
friends in Seattle, Wash.
Pumpkin pie will V��e a special
feature at Agricultural Hall, (upstairs), on Saturday next.
S. T. Holbrook has purchased
the property lately owned and occupied by Beresford Eyton.
Mrs. M. E. Wharton returned
home, Saturday, from a visit to
friends in the Terminal City.
The S.S. Sonoma leaves] Ladner
at 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.; returning, leaves Steveston at 9:30 a.m.
and 4:30 p.m.
A card overlooked, last week,
which should have been mentioned
amo ig the floral tributes was Mr.
and Mrs. A. York, a spray.
Wanted.
Mother's help,  a^ed  about   16.
Apply
MRS. S. W. FISHER,
Laduer, B.C.
Guaranteed u; on absolutely safe security���first
mortgages on substantial city properties SEVEN and
Eight Per Cent. Guaranteed, free of all charges,
upon sums ranging from Five Hundred; Dollars up.
White, Shiles & <��.
New Westminster, B.C.
Agencies Represented���
Hartford Vire Inniranec Co. Iinumnce &.. o'f Morth Amertc-
Phrenir Inanr.itioc Co. or Brooklyn     Tht Ootan Accident ft r.u��r��ntt< Corpora-
Connecticut Hire Insurance Co. tion, Ltd., of Loudon, Buf.
Imperial Trult Co.. Ltd.  Vancouver. B.C.
To notify the people of Ludsaer and surrounding district that we are ��_��w in ��,
position to offer Vancouver Island
Portland Cement
At greatly reduced prices, making it possible for parties who contemplate building
to put in concrete foundations at about ths
same co3t as piling or other inferior
material.
Write for Prices,
Dr. Woodley went oyer to the
Terminal City, Saturday, to get his
teeth put in good repair before
leaving for the Interior, so as to be
in shape to tackle the hard tack.
Permits and shooting notices may
hp>   rshtained   bv    ltipmh. rs    nf   the
Delta Farmers' Game Protective
Association, upon application to
the president, John McKee, or to
the sec.-treasurer, H. J. Hutcherson.
Miss Bent, ol New Westminster,
returned home, this morning. Miss
Bent came down about _ month
ago and while visiting friends in
East Delta, sprained a tendon of
her foot and has been laid up at Dr.
King's during the past two weeks.
While playing in front o( Marshall Smith & Co.'s old store, on
Thursday evening, Herbert Wilkinson fell and broke his left arm
near the wrist. Dr. Woodley set
thc injured limb and the lad is
now able to be around with his arm
in a sling.
DELTA
AGRICULTURAL
SOCIETY
20TH
ANNUAL
EXHIBITION
WIU.  BE  HKI.D ON
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
SEPT. 15 & J 9, '03,
Entries Close Thursday,
September 17th.
S.S. FAVORITE
Will leave New W.-t min ster at io
a.m., returning, will leave Ladner at 6 p.m.
S.S. SONOMA
Will leave Steveston at 9:30 a.m.,
returning, wiil leave Ladner at
6:30 p.m.
Saturday Only.
DeR. TAYLOR, Sec.
LADNER, B.C.
.Wflfifi-ffil
86116.
Little Tom Brandrith had tbe
n isfortune to fall and break an arm
on Tuesday last, while playing in
iront ot the school at Boundary
Bay. Mrs. Brandrith happened to
be passing shortly after the accident happened and conveyed the
little fellow to Ladnei when Dr.
King attended to his injuries.
Per S.S.   "FAVORITE1
Carrying freight and passengers
to all points between New Westminster and Westham Island.
Leaves Brackman & Ker's wharf
daily at 3 p.m., except Saturdays at
2 p.m. Additional trip ou Mondays leaving at 5 a.m.
Returning leaves Westham IS'
land 7 a.m. daily except Fridays at
6 a.m. Additional trip on Saturdays leaves Ladner at 5:30 p.m.
Calls at Steveston Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays only.
The Launch J. C. BRUCE will
leave Ladner for New Westminster
at .8 a.m.. on and after Tuesday,
.Sept. Sth; returning leaves New
Westminster at 5 p.m. each day,
carrying passengers only.
Tickets good until used, on either
>S.S. Favorite or Launch Bruce.
J. C. BRUCE.
The Nost Nutritious Bread
is made from
Royal Standard Flour
All the gluten of the wheat is retained in the
milling of ROYAL STANDARD, making it an
economical flour to buy, as you get a large yield
of bread for the amount of flour used. We have
repeatedly been told that the bread made from
ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR has a flavor and
taste superior to any other.
Ask your grocer for it, arid insist on having] [ROYAL STANDARD,
Sold by W, H. SMITH,
MANUFACTURED   BY
Vancouver Miffing I Grain Co., ltd.,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
I
GILLEY BROS.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B. G,
SILVERWARE,
Gut Glass,
Watches ana
All T-Cincls of leweflery,
New Stock.
Catl an9 Sefe Them
JL Clausen,
LADNER.  B. C.
Well Mounted**.
The Days Are
Getting Shorter!
Is Your Lighting System in good order ?
Now is the time to order your new fixtures.
We are Agents for the Largest Electric:
House in Vancouver and can do your work
right and at reasonable prices.
When You Require
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleum, Window
Shades or Any Article of Furniture or
Household Furnishings a visit to LEE'S
STORE will convince you that there is the
RIGHT PLACE TO BUY.
Visitors Welcome.
We Are in the Market
For All Kinds of Produce.    See us before
going further.
How About a Gasoline Engine
For wood sawing, chopping, pumping,* &c.
FAIRBANKS-MOBSE   ENGINES   are   at
the head of the list.
E. T. CALVE^
GENERAL
DEALER
IK'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM,
JJJSW WESTMINSTER,       -       -      ' -       B. C.
LADNER.  B.C
1
Is every piece of har_��ss that leaf**
our store: Each piece is _ashionei_
from the best leather and most
select mdtt.1, antl the workmanship
throughout is first-class in every
respect. Our Saddles are the talk
ot all horse-back "riders for comfort
and ease, and they are scrupulously
made and finished by experienced
operators.
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