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Vol. 5, >o. 50.
LADNER, B. C, TUESDAY. AUGUST 18, 1908.
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Midsummer
Bargains!
Ladies1 Blouses.
20 per cent. Discount on all Lawn Blouses this
month.
Girls* Wash Dresses.
Regular $1.75 & $2.00, Sale Price $1.25
Regular $1.50 & $1.65, Sale Price $1,00
Regular $1.00 & $1.25, Sale Price ��5C
Regular 75c ���& 90c, Sale Price 50c
Regular 65c, Sale Price 45c
Boys' Wash .Suits and Blouses.
Boys' Suits, Regular $1.50 & $1.75; Sale Price Q5C
Boys' Blouses, Regular 75c & 90c; Sale Price, 50c
Children's Straw Hats.
Regular $1.00 for 50c, while they last.
Applied Science.
The   ideas of Principal .Sipprell
have received  their  fullest   .level-
, opment   in   the   Adapted   Science
j Course, the   object of   which  is to
' give students who are intended   fori in
industrial careers such   training  as
will fit them to profit by those early
years of practical  life  when  their
interest in their daily work is keen
and   their   leisure is sufficient,   if
properly turned to account,  to fit
tbem for positions of responsibility.
It has beco.ue quite impossible   at
the present day   for  the  workman
who is bent on self improvement to
avail himself ot the  stores of information   contained   in  technical
periodicals   and the    manuals   for
specialists,   unless   he  possesses  a
| familar  acquaintance  with   a  cer-
I tain range of mathematics, applied
! mechanics,and the physical sciences.
[The   adapted   science   course has
! been   expressly framed  to   supply
this scientific training, and  at  the
j same   time     to    give    such    instruction   in   the   laboratory   and
' drafting   room   as   will   make  its
i
��� practical   application   easy.      The
; course   follows   lines   which  have
i been already tested in the technical
j schools of F.ngland  and  Scotland.
Certain chances in detail have been
To Eclipse All.
Tiie Mortet.
From  the present   outlook   thej    New   Westminster,   Aug
Provincial Exhibition at Victoria,'The market this week w
.' _::
���     tS.���
il any*
attend-
this year will eclipse anything thing, over the average in
heretofore attempted; the interest ante and the amount of produce uf-
all branches ot exhibits being fered was large and in good v.ir-
much greater aud the entries com-1 iety. Buying throughout tv'aa very
mencing to arriv. much earlier than brisk and at thc Close very little rein any previous year. Tlie Hors;- mained unsold. The onlv feature
Show features*which arc being put of the day was the rise iu the price
on every evening in the new Horse
Show   Pavilion,   erected   this   year
on the grounds, are attracting par
ticular attention, a great number ol
entries having already been received from prominent horsemen in
Seattle and Vancouver.
One of the most prominent judges
of live stock in the United King
doni, W. Staley Spark, of Berk-
hampstead, England, has consented
to act as judge of the Light Breed- j (\(
ing Classes and Hors; Show
Classes.
oi eggs.
The offei ing o; meats was smaller
than usual n\ tins time of year. The
price, remained the same as last
week. Beef was offered in lair
quantity. Mutton was in good demand and the supply was rather
less than last week. Veal found a
good market and all sold readily.
The supply was rather above the
average.     Pork   was   very   little in
maud and although there was a
lair  offering  the  sales  were very
limited, the weather being still  too
The new buildidgs being erected ; bot for this _,._ at
this year are nearing completion, |    Kggs took an  upward  bound of
J necessary, owing to the points of
; difference in engineering practice
] between the Pacific coast and the
old world. In this connection it is
a pleasing duty to ackuowledge the
extent of our indebtedness to the
chief inspector of boilers, Mr. John
Peck. His official opportunities
for knowing everything connected
with engine and boiler practi?e in
the   province,   combined with   his
and while they were thought to be 5C retail and 2,4c wholesa]e) tbe
large enough to accommodate all | figure r_ising as the snpp].. is
tbe exhibits, it has been found that igrad���.lI!v failh)g l0 meet the de.
owing to the great interest that is maods. The quadtity of eggs
being taken this year it will bebeing brought to the market is still
necessa.y to add lurther buildings as large ag ever, but the reqUire-
auotheryear to accommodate the ments of the buyers are growing.
exhibits offered, every inch of avail- The of|-K.ial quotations ,his week
able space in the buildings having are 40C'retail a���d from 33010350
been allotted already, six weeks be-, wholesale.    Butter  remains  at 30c
with a few obtaining an extra 5c.
The supply of birds were very
large again and although there is a
good demand for fowls it was in-
evitalL- that the poorer birds
would fail to find buyers with so
many good quality fowls on the
market. Chickens were not as
plentiful a.s last week and all that
.offered found  quick  buyers.    The
fore the Exhibition opens.
Hawaiian News.
t ion,
Bargains   in   Other
Come Early.
rendered  his  advice   ot  the
iMP.i... ._>.��:, -mrr we nave  ireeiy
availed ourselves of it.
The principles ot mechanical engineering which bear on every   iu-
i dustrv must  be  given  the  central
I place in any such   plan of   study.
i ���
(1 .cm Our Special Currcspoitileut.l
Honolulu,    T.H.,    Aug.    11.���
Word  reaches here that  the San
1 v/ried professional knowledge and; Francisco Chamber of Commerce is
his well known   interest   in   educa- planning an excursion to  Japan in  majority of the birds brought to the
the near   future, and  contemplates1 market were   broilers  aud all were
stopping over between  steamers in'sold except  mrr  muter*!/.01.     ��'���>-
Hawaii to look after trade matters,   quantity  of ducks  fell  away con-
During the past two years   Hawaii siderably and all well  grown   birds
has purchased from  the  mainland thai offered were taken up.
(largely   through   .San   Francisco 1      The  quantity   of apples  on the
! over one  million   dollars' worth of market is increasing   by   leaps and
The work  groups  itself  naturally  goods per month.    The actual fig-  bounds, so  that   there  was a com-
B    ��^^^^^^1 round   the   steam   engine,   which  ures for the fiscal year ending June pnratively good supply on  hand at
maamSmm%S9mW affords bv far the most useful series  30, 1907, are $14 .,15,72 .. the opening ofthe dav.    The vari-
| of object lessons in  the  science  ofj     It is also understood that Seattle cty is at present very limited, those
1 energy and the principels of mech- merchants  are   making   efforts   to offering being   mainly   cooking ap-
I anism that we can have  at present,  have  established  a steamship line] pies, for these theie is a fairly good
; I am glad to be able to say that an 1 between the Islands and  their city demand.    Vegetables of all   kinds
experimental engine and boiler and I in order to be in  position to  com-' are still coming  in   in  large quau-
a   brisk demand.
much in   demand
j a small dynamo will   be   available i pete with the California  metropolis tities   and   find
Marshall Smith & Co., Ltd.
I for our use in tbe  laboratory   next for some of the business.
session; and it will  be  possible  bv _. .      ,     ,. , ..
1 - ��� Pineapples for diphtheria,
their   aid   to   illustrate   numerous
I points   which   are   hardly    to   be!    Pineapple juice   is   a  sovereign
; grasped otherwise.    It is  not  pos-''.remedy for diphtheria     When  the
1 sible, however, to frame a  success- I 'act was first  discovered  isu.na.r-!
I ful syllabus on the narrow  lines of [lain- b,n il  has  been   known lor a
' technical requirement alone.    This | number  ol   years   by   Hawaiian*,
is particularly tbe  case   in   mathe-   an(l recently a number of mainland  t) * ,(.
Potatoes nre not
and will not be   until  the  stuck is
well ripened.
The downward trend of live stock
was again marked and manv animals sold at exceedingly reasonable figures. A large number of
milch cows were sold   at   from $25
       _ _____-_- matics, which cannot be taught as a. physicians    have    tested    it    who
   ���       !      1 - -      ��� ,.,,'_.,." ��� v"5nJ V(   , /,.,',,-m,.  mere   collection   of   rules.      .Such' vouch for its efficacy.    The juice is
���BOBS" ON TRUE SPORT. BUSINESS TRANM-r.;.. CLOSE SB^SO.N FOX GROl SL rulcs are sure t0 be either torgotten 1 pressed  from  the  fresh   fruit  and
    j   or misapplied; the parts of the  sub-!sweete"el'- or it may be used   from
"I notice that youi young people!    T. H. Latimer, of Chesley, Out., j    According to the last issue ofthe' mUst  therefore be  dovetailed intoj^e canned fruit with very satisfac-
I i bas purchased tbe tinsmithing busi- B. L'. Gazette, a close season lor'one another so completely, tbat j ^ory r,=slllts. al,cl 1S t,!2n a.lmiti-
i ness of Robt. May, and bas leased'grouse of all kind_ is proclaimed in; the student's own appreciation of i8tered by spoonfuls to the sufferer
the entire east half 01 the building, the counties of Vancouver and their relations will keep him right 1 tor some time. The acids it the
! part oi which is now occupied by Westminster between Au&ust 31st j when he proceeds to apply his j f"tit seem to digest tl emembrane
1 Mr. May. Mr. Latimer will open j and September 30th. 190., ittcla- j knowledge to questions of practice. | which causes the closiug ol the
[ up right away in the tinsmithing sive, while willow grouse are pro-j Another subject for which it has . throat, ancl the relie. is apparent al-
iand plumbing business. itected in Yale, Cariboo and  Koote- been  found   necessary to   provide most at ����ce-    Cure; are  reported
between th ��� same dates. \specially,  ts the English language. io1 cases of diphtheria  in  which all
t.ike great interest in athletics,
am a firm believer in their value, if
carried out in a true spirit, and in
modeiatibo. Bnt I hope that
young Canadians will always remember that in athletics, as in all
tbe   relations   of  life,   they   must
'play the game* in the tiuest sense.
of that term. They must play for | The S.S. Sonoma leaves Ladiier
the sake of tbe game, preferring to at 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.; return-
lose it fairly, rather than to win un- ing, leaves Steveston at 9:30 a.m.
fairW.   They must be ready not to and 4:30 p.m.
grudge their opponents every fair 1 	
advantage, and they must be pre-; S^C1-S and; SACK TWINE,
pared to los^'wlth good temper and ^.^ g^^ com Anc\ all kinds
V) will, without boasting." of Feed.
nay.
Admission to ths  .S. P. S.   course
other remedies had fail
R. D. McKenzie  opened  up the
Delta Hotel, to-day. but  it  will be
inext week ^re he  will  have everything in proper running order.
is conditional 01   passing a matric-j 	
ulation examination, which, among ! Miss Leona Whitworth, of Van-
other things, guarantees a certain cottver Oeneral Hospital staff,
proficiency in English, It was: came home, yesterday, on a short
tound, however, that insistence on  visit.
The following are the prices that
ruled during the day:
Bee'", hindquarters, 9c to iog
per lb; forequarters, 6c to 6j��c.
Mutton, 13c to 14c per lb.
Lamb, 15c per lb.
Veal, small, ne per lb; large,
9c iu ioc.
Pork, 8 ! .'���: to i.c per lb.
Eggs, wholesale, 33c to 35c per
iio/; rvtai', 4 1.
Bntti r, ;,'i- ; er ib.
Fowls, JflsOO to ��7.00 per dozj
chickens, $4.50 to ��6.00 per rtoa.
Broilers, $3 to f.\.<,o per dozen.
Ducks, $5.00 to <6.oo a doz.
Potatoes, ?isS to $20 per ton.
Apple*, 75c to $ 1.2Q a box.
the   saite   standard
ad mi
sston
of 0!d��.,   Alta., paid i would have the effect  of shutting , accurate expression to the engineer
here, list week, the'out ol the ada;;esl aeiei.ee course! cannot  be over-rated.      Provision
Jas. Grant is expected lywneon
-JUursday next.
Wm. Dtan,
a  s! ort  visit
I guest of E.'T. Calvert.    Mr. Dean f manv of those  for whom   it was! has uow been mads
H. N. RICH, Agent, was around sizing up the   farming 1 specially intended.    On   the  other  ulum for  systematic instruction
I.adner, B.C. 'industry here. twndx the Jtn.gor_s.nQe 01 clear and 'Knglish Ut?rattire _tnd composition
I).   A,   Shiles,    of
White, Shiles   &  Co.
the   firm   oi
, New  West*
Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
in
the
curric-  minster, returned home, yesterday,
1   after spending Sunday at Boundary
Jay. THK DELTA3.TIMEP, TUESDAY. ArGTTT t��, ?9o8.
-iaTrTTVf.JSr~
THE  DELTA TIMES.
Published every Tuesday.
w. c. T. ti.   j 'itiSijm ��� maDieS'
tomaartioa, $1.00 par y��ar.
ADVERTISING  RATES.
Catu.l A .vertiiranit*, ie ent. per line Ibr
<_* _i tt iti�� rtion, .nd | cenl* per line ior encli
���tmHTHt insertion. Tbe number ol line.
Mckoned b]r .he tjwee occupied, uUacato the
���Ch.
laics lor Commercial Advertliement* can he
kad on application at thla office.
l-ndlug noticea te cents per Itne for ench in-
���CftUm.
Blrtb and Death notices, 50c., Marriages Ji.on.
A��> special nollce, the object ol which is to
Innolt tbe pecuniary benefit of any in .ividun!
���revsrapany, to bt considered an advertisement
aad ch trged accordingly.
All adrertlaeaieaU charged for uatil ordered
���at and paid lor.
Correspondence invited aa matters of public
laieresl.   Communications to editor must be nc-
Siapanled by name of writer, not necessarily
r publication, but as evidence of good faith.
Correspondence must reach this oilicc by Thurs-
lay evsnlng.
Geo. R. Manley.
Manager.
TUESDAY.   AUUV9T   18,   1908.
THE PROHIBITION VICTORY
IN NORTH  CAROLINA.
"Go with me to Gaston county.
Twelve years ago when I was a
solicitor there, there were eighteen
places in that county where liquor
was sild and twenty-five government distileries. There were only
two small cotton factories, not one
good road, only a few schools and
not many churches. Ten years
ago Gaston voted whisky out, and
to-dav there is i.ot a place in the
county where liquor is sold, not
a single distillery. Instead of the
stills and saloons there are fifty-two
cotton and woolen mills giving employment to 8,000 persons. There
are good macadam roads, splendid
school houses, and comfortable
churches, all telling how much
better are education and soberness
than whisky and destruction." This
statement by Governor Glenn,, of
North Carolina, may shortly be expected to apply in regard to all
counties in the state, considering
the recent vote for state wide prohibition. According to the officia
returns just recently made public
prohibition won by a majority of
44,196 out of a total vote ol 183,-
028.
The five "wettest" counties of
West Virginia have 415 convicts:
the other filty counties, which include most of the no license territory
have but 413. One-eleventh of the
counties furnish one-half of the
convicts. Such facts have an important beaiing ou the question  of
<-.. .   . , the amount   of  crime   for   which
Slice our last issue we have re- . ., ,
drink   is   directly responsible ancl
c;ived definite information  regard-    ,     ., .._.:�����. _�������� ..__.  .���
b       1 should prove a weigty intuit:, ce  in
ing the offer oi  the C. P. R.  to|leading   0rder-loving  communities
carry the mails.   The C. I\ R. did  to vote out the liquor traffic.
mak_ the (ffer to carry  the mails ____________
from Westminster to Wesiham  Island for the sum of $5 per day.
Trucking and Draying.    livery "Work of
All Kinds Attended to Fromptly.
All Kinds ox Firewood Always On Hand.
J. M. COLUNSON, fig **��� mm' S��
Ideal threshing weather prevailing, the straw stacks ore piling high
���nd the farmers' are aglow with
satisfaction at the prospect of saving their grain without getting wet.
.Some very dangerous looking
fires are raging in this district, and
serious damage is liable to result
therefrom unless prompt action is
taken to keep them under, or a
shower ot rain, which would be
welcomed by many.
Shoes for Everybody
Some Shoes look well and wear badly, others look badly
and wear well,
Ours look well, feel well and wear well,
We not only aim at  having  the latest styles, but honest
goods as well.
We have All Sizes and Widths and can Fit Any
Foot Accurately and for very Little Money.
It wont do any harm to start dealing here.
JNO. REAGH,   LADNER, B. c.
The Cetoratetl Registered Stwtort-tare* Stallion
" Philo Stone "
(37357), Rec. 2.21 H-
Sire-ALEXES, 2.18.      Dam-LUGELLE, 2��8fc
Foaled, 1900.   Dark bay, 16 hands 1 inch.
NOON.
Monday, S. Morrow's Farm;
Tuesday, Gilchrist's
Wednesday, R. McKee's"
Thursday, I, Johnston's "
Friday, J. McElroy's
Saturday, S. Huft's        w
K. A. S. Scholefield, Esq.,
NIGHT.
Dr. Wilson's Farm.
R. E Kittson's "
F. J. Coulthard's "
Loney Bros.' "
Sullivan Bro'3. "
G. B. Embree^s, till Monday
George Brown,
Victoria, Owner.
Stud Groom
Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done.
IIIHI Gil -
incorporated 189.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED,
CAPITAL PAID-UP,
RESERVE FUND,
Total Assets Over Forty-Five
$4,000,000
$3,000,000
$4,390,000
Millions.
Accounts of Out-of-Town Customers Given Special
Attention.
BANK BY MAIL.
For the benefit of enquirers we
hereby give description of piece of
road from which Dr. Wilson seeks
to have gazette removed: Commencing at the S.W. corner Lot
--������    o.,    ... .......   sssuug    LUC     UtIC
between Lots 129 and uS, G. 2, for
40 chains more or less.
MUST NOT REFUSE;
London, Aug. 17.���Sir Lewis
Dibien, the Dean of the Arches,
has given judgment in his court at
the Church House in the suit under
the Church Discipline Act, 1840,
promoted by Alan Neville Banister
nod Mrs. Emily Blanche Banister
against Rev. Henry Thompson,
vicar ot Eaton, in the diocese oi
Norwich, and an honorary canon
of Norwich cathedral. Judgment
was given for the plaintiffs. The
suit, which was heard last month,
wan in resject of an ecclesiastical
offence which the defendant was alleged to hove eoinmitte*. by unlawfully repelling the promoters from
Holy Communion. Mr. Banister
married bis deceased wife's sister in
Montreal while they were recognized residents of F.ngland, prior to
the passing of the Act permitting
tbe marriage of deceased wife's
sisijr in England.
P. Fleming, travelling freight
agent ot the C. P. R., paid a visit
tn down river points, on Saturday
last.
The prize lists of the loc?.l exhibition are in the hands of the Secretary, A. DeR. Taylor, ready ior
distribution.
Thousands of people were disappointed, yesterday, at not seeing
the circus parade, for which they
had gone lo Vancouver to see, but
the disappointment was not so
keenly lelt when it was discovered
the Delta Saw Mills
1   1   ^���^^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^mmAi^^m^^*mm.^^^^m**g^mmmmmm^e^^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
Are Prepared to . . .
Furnish All Kinds of
ROUGH   &   DRESSED   LUMBER
At LOWEST PRICES. Also
Shingles,  Doors, Sash and
H��>uee  Finish   of   All   Descriptions.
The   BEST  Water   Tanks   Are
Made at This Mill,
Savings Department*
Accounts may bc opened with deposits of ONE DOLLAR
Upwards.     Interest paid, or credited,  quarterly ou  31st  March, 30th June, 30tli
September, 31st  December.
and
K. D. SIMPSON. Manager, LADNER, B. C.
wm^*Qe*��i mme^imm^i^mLm imeCmm^eSmew^e^m^am^
I
J. HENLEY
NEW WRSTMINSTKR,   !
Manuf-C-Hrere of oil kinds e.
a. c.
When you wish to buy visiting
cards call on the Delta Times who
will sell the be .t mouey can buy.
] If you need them printed, why you
that eight of the members had been jare mQney in pQcket by ^      on
injured in a train wreck, which oc- the ^ Time9 first
curred at Port Kells, near New
Westminster. It was a lucky thing
for the bush ranchers in that neighborhood that the cars containing
the animals remained intact as they
would have had a lively time of it
had a few lions and tigers got loose
in the thick underbrush there.
We expect our last shipment of
preserving peaches, this week. California peaches are all done. This
shipment is from the B. C. and
Oregon peach districts and should
be fine stock���W. H. Smith.
H. DeR. TAYLOR,
fi. KELSON THORPE,
Veterinary Surgeons.
All   Calls	
Promptly Attended to
Phone 35 Stainton Block
Ladner. B.C.
PROVINCIAL
EXHIBITION
VICTORIA, B.C.
British Columbia's Premier Pair
September 22-3-4-5 I 26.
.V. If. Smith, local agent of the
Vancouver Milling Co., has been
authorized to offer .special prizes for
|&e best bread made from their
product, by nonprofessionals, at
tbe Delta Agricultural Society's
Exhibition to be held next month.
Everything New, Modern and Up to the Minute
New Grounds,   New Buildings,   New Attractions
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
Room 1, Rllard Block. N _* We��tmtn_l��r.
| Soda Water, Ginger
*    Ale and Summer
| Drinks.
��      Your patronage solicited
���6���<fr-fr't'ft'��6 ���"_-��*��� *y * a m+<*m
Mandolin I
Having been requested to start a
Mandolin Class, am now prepared to do so. For terms, etc.,
apply
Bm   H*   WEARE,
Care of Mr. J. W. Lanninc.
Mandolin*, String*, Etc,
Supplied at City Prices.
Acclimatized Stock.
Seeds
Trees
Plants
For tfie
Farm, Garden, Lawn or
Conservatory,
Reliable Varieties at Reasonable
Prices. No Borers. No Scale-
No fumigation to damage stock.
No windy agents to annoy vou.
Bay direct and get Trees and Seed-;
that Grow.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Sprat
Pumps, Spraying Material, Cut
Flowers, etc. Oldest established
nursery pn  the marsland ol B.C
Catalogue free.
M. J. HENRY'S Nurseries,
Oreenhouses and Seedhousej
VANCOUVER,   -   B.C.
A very fine pie e of work is
jtb>ut completed in the new bridge
pv.r tbe Slough. Th* timber*
fc.k-._n oui oi the old bridge were
fotted tbroogh and it is the greatest wos4��r out that seme heavy
Ijad did not go- through and into
|he Slough. The new work bas
shortened tbe timber work to about
one-third, the balance beit g filled
in and macadami/cd. I
Horse Show Every Evening
~~~m^mwj~^m~^*e^~~~emmmmmem^m.^m^^^^^m^*~���^~*
Cash Tomjwli Prizes Every Day
POUR DAYS GREAT HORSE RACING
Trotting,  Pacing, Running,
Steeplechasinj	
EXCURSION RATES FROM EVERYWHERE
For Pr*;ze L sts or Information
Address J, E. SMART, Manager
Our Entire Stock of
Ladles' and Children's
Ready-to-Wear Goods
and Fancy Goods
New and Up-to-Date .Stock, to Clear at Cost and
Below.
All
THE WHITE HOUSE,
A. J. BIRTCH,       .       NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
*. THE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1908.
m*
A   I'i.-. Mlnft rlsshen.
On 0111   I" 1 "itslure lilshop Holwyn Was
ild 1 11 the Wyw  .Yalltnio  .rttli a
, vlieii tin* Inttvr, wlw was vprjr
buy, loft off .iiulrtllng thet-inoe. mt line
..,;k> time tnnttPrWJi that If SoUry..
were not a bishop lie would���welt, "tw
uir him." Ui a tnoaient the bishop told
ilie man to tern the cauoo ashore.
where, strii ping himself of everything
episcopal, he snht, -pointing to his
rubes, etc: "Tho bishop lies there; the
n:nn is hero. I tun quite ready; conio
ion." The Mnorl did uot "oom�� on."
l.uwpver, but quietly resumed his wort,
without another aiuruuir.���Loudon Tlt-
l.iis.
th
ISV-vv Vork Slier I IT*.
The rem. on \vli> Uie sheriff of Now
York nutiiQi bo elected to two successive ti nn. is this: It Is the fdiorilT'a
duty to carry out the process of courts
again, t offldu! dolluqueata during trial
ond after i mvl 'tton. Should a slu-rift
eudeiivor forcibly te hold over for a
second Mine after having been defeated
for re-election iio v.ov.W bo tht? Instrument of the conrfa pi >eess ngulutrt
Iiiinsolf.it pan.il)"'���nl l1" ���'.tan Wblcll
tlie law avoids by eobUiib him ineligible for re-t U-'-lioji.
'te  ai i'i!   . ti' ���
i   _;;���   .Tlth
(���remit put -.��:���. i
('!    tl   BIU..1I
(pOUge dtko   llo '������')
.' '.s.t r.mt ! i]
".'< Ull. on tlm top.
l'n ]i '_surrn V.'";
t_.-_10B kf-p
In WHti r uutil sou
'.- t:l   C, ;,\i.
Iw I.. ;���' by burylni
. thom in _:il
tbi
mil i-ur
roiH i.ikI tu -nips by bnryiug in invert. In i:
box of mind.
If, In  using rim- i.iUk with  Km!-i foi
jrvidrti<: Obi, 13 or In :.".:>,_ I ,.i lulill (lovs :: ..
foam as it should to produce the desired
lightness, n ti itspoonftn of vinegar ndd��!
lo t:_. milk will give iho <i:isi-_oii re? ult.
.li-MsehoHpn-B sometimes think nulling
w i be don* with ould baked potatoes, i:u-
l*ss ovurfloM, thoy warm up quite .is ..it
Itfaetcil'jly an lha boll' 1, mid Dolnionl-
eo's rootpo for corned k-bf hash outls fot
''iin .;_ut��l qui.i__.itv of __hoppod cold k.i.,__
iKi.'sCilOS."
SHADOWS.
ITi�� _--etight dmiiov.-s trcinVi* ��vfl in tj
(.   allow nml riT.l. Uny ti'll at., ut of
'.'Ai, r-.ii 1 tun ii Wundttrinu ib-onni of n:��t
And mn you Ihu u wist hit sii^ssui uf ynu?
lumuthmM it seems the Hlmilow_ am the real,
The real _0-iiis��oiii .Union Nintuiiil shtiilowt ���
grown, I
Ho wondrous tifw tha dreams 1 tia��l to fcSI,     |
finch v.on_irouii draaminB nil that la my owl   J
for 11,, vr all Hi" wim .w of piy rtr.li Til,
tCw. lick, toOAtraUilo, iixi parplc to liii ivnal 1
And ihu dream's \vo_di'r <'.'i__a t i il 1 soma        J
To U�� hut dreaming now this dream of job. |
Tja Ilii:',i.Tlit sluulnws full about u�� tieO
(HbaAow and teet, 'iioy nitaiid. endliwly- ���
Oh, are your but a wlstxul dream of ynul
Aud am I Int n wiin lorinn dreuin it met
-Post Vihfiilur in Atlanta Cunatilutioa.
_0()ltSAS
tl i'.
..I T.i'
H6ltl   QUA1N
tvlODLS
T   CUSTOMS AND   OjD
OP SALUTATION.
I !
STRANGER THAN FICTION.
;,,..ii
a  Ilia  Itolleil IVrn.i
Conki   In   l;ir;u'  hotula   und
boil i i uu v thin', they ��� i ���-.; ��� ��� .��� i
i ,- ��� do, Hit when i' ��� Dines '������ wl n! ilc
r, nl;.-i_i- tlui li'lir tl]h|N_. Lisa, on tlii
Loudon and i. lUthweH nu tallWuy. Kug'
land, nirt-ii' ���' t thi tu till.
A; n li nl. ino bold tb ore not long n��r
4>n <i\ wis I 'ikd, not. rofktrtod, fholn, nnd
���f.i-'.s Ih how i. wnt, dmio.
A liimu holeWts dun in tho ground .ind
-tint d with brick. Inaido tliis �� tank lnrge
*i_oupll io hold thn ox was built Tl*
v mi:* v us  thou  liwrrrd into the tank,
tame hepr Are l,_n:,iTom:,
T-taetnwenoSHot tho doer In tho Duko ol
Boiliirtl'a grounds i.-i vnry reumrkiiblo
ICxcppt tho aocltniotlzod .lapaneao f: un
I'liwiTsecntrt nnd elaewhore, they ��:��������� wild
oronturoB, caught In dlstntit. island. nnd
oontlnonti, from tho Moluccas uml iut
mon i to tho A1 mi mini ii tut in <ir inr i-,-. in pi
ot Canada, yet tho difficulty in tu ',������������ \
chum wild enough. It is��lway. dam
ous to ��''o,v b::i--8 to tcc��B;�� ti.u.o mid
familiar, if thoy lose their fear of num.
thoy nro ihihlo to booonio dangerous af
ocrtnln sr.ssonn and attack pei'Hons in t
park or keepers ui savagoly ua tbtj ._,
Uu ir own l.lt.il, nonwquently all _nmlllttr:
ity has tn bo Uitoouraged ut. other aenDon-
iv)i"n the dear nre must nn.uous to ti<
(rtotidly. With Uic hinds this is not ocoea
���ary, and thoir eonfldeaoe Is Tory pretty
and engaging.���t-'poeUiU_r.
ng first bi ni ptoeed inn ooso formed I the word.
Nod-'a-.
Marker���XVhen you _iwdi.ii year ago
about lifo liisuruui'u, you tolil mo lhat the
eompany yon were with iras the bo.-.t In
heavy eroisbtira, to which chains vr
nchod. l'ull'_i's from �� acafColdlug
ovo were tiwd to ralsonnd lower tin o*
.'.intiy vegetables, iniclinsiu. mis, onlntM,
libtii-CBnnd potatces, wero boiled witb
ii meat, Tho boiling reffnlred ao\o��
���.,rs.���Portland Tranactlpt.
Iuuitronci Agont���My "dent siT. tt wnr. rt
that time, but lu s-xiii.pauy I mu now
with, having sine, .md tbe bonoflt of my
sorviecs, hus of Oourse taken thut bonoi
a^av from it.
c
C.ilf CRtirnlnc  In  Knly.
Fo; fattening a . ftlf (ri-.b i-Kps In abtm-
aneo .-ini tho richest cream wonld cer-
duly ��'i'iii  to Ixi au anomaly, for It Is a
tstam  17 i-i. ti.imis usual, and it is nol
toi'fur to sny thnt It ts quite un-
.::.-_ n tn tliu.-ie who prepare real for on*
market.
In ltnly, iH'Wcvcr, the cuse Is quite djf-
frrent and ttilvetf intended to make v_*l
for apeoial feu. ta or for very rluh peopla
lire troquently fed In tills way, enhancing
thehr value mi U:_ cciuriuoiu prices ara
i.- .ed .it -.1 fti wi /'. . i '. for tbe dealt
Isocarcral : s gottobe tbn|
tho Os'ilves    ' ii   thla urlstoeratto
m.de ol r. ���       ���'���-���uined to a Ufa-
toi-g mo    I i idker basket, la
jrder that tiieyt ..uy possiblllQf
dlMipnto on 'in    natural  food
tl nuld lu V Or i. ' .:--���     ._;_!-__ to ��--_!��� th��lr
*e J
A Qnog I*tn__
"T T.-mii'. r why nrtf.ts are alwaya. io
���an  ;i' t      . n th .   | '���  urea-"
"Po. - i*i��i ���    s.t. 11 thaVi.
N��-t  I'er :ilialn��.s._.
"Woman! ' ho erkil iu it voice of thnt
der. '"Don't you know you'll Oiivo mo t:
tuy grave."
"Koi'she rotoTtctl, w 1th A curl cf i-i-.
rnhy lip. "Thn hearse driver will di
that!"���Tin to Date.
Wonld Try to Prerent It.
"TFhnt a line little follow," anid tba
patroni-iug old gentleman who had
been elected representative for four
successive tonus Irom bis congressional
district. Ills reuurk waa ad(lresse6. .o
i kind ltoaTteil lady holding in hor
���rin_ a little >vlloi* y.'iio bltutoed gmve-
j at all tlmt -Mia going on.
"Yos," replied Ihe lady. "Ilirs father
���ind I sot n grout deal of store by him."
"Well, be'a a blight looking little follow. Mn/lie hc'il be a congreasinan
yo uie day."
"Maybe It* will." aaid thc moi! it.
���T.ut," alio added earnestly, "I'm goi-_g
to do my best to ratae bin right"���
Youth.
A 11 sra* That Waa Snalloit.-iI  Allt��
Iiy a Hull' From Ills Own Tull.
From Florida comes the following lettei
fnun �� vi furious oorrO-poudent:
"Being an ex-soldier und huving only
II irintli. to serve to aor.tiirn a title Ul a
qunrt��r section of land, 1 went to Floi'id*
In 198B tu iint ray plant Into eseoutton
Not being posted ini to tha laudmiitkt. I
bud tn hlro u aoctler to locate tlio lund fo*
me, nnd us wo hud lo not.hunt eight mllBI
Uirough woods over hut_ road*, wl'.h uo
bridges, we went ItorsobWcflt, and in crossing a stivuui i nntinod .i.atiuy iriend'a
hnrr.es mil caught iu un eld pine stump
pulling a hair fjom the tail and leaving
iln. bnir test to tlio stump
"As you linnw, n horsehair wilt turn ta
a flt��ul:o when i:t water, and 1 mado up my
mind to watch  tint |iailicul��r hair.    Sn
after locating lily land atid  getting a lo;;
house built I took my gun uml started our
on a hm. , in. 1 diii'ing my ruinblus 1 Caw.
to tho stirlauu thut my frknil und  I  bail
erosioil,-ind, sure enough, them wus lb.
horsehair-snake a. bi;; ns my tbuiuli am.
over four feet Ioitr.   As he was fust to ths
stump I lot Mm n-l'-punnd etiiitiiiuud iny
hunt, bagging mme -quail, * Talihit aud
two - ii'.:i:tr''�� ., which gti\o me a good inc.-.i
uf fresh meut.   As 1 was very busy tor tbt
next three iveeks T had tio^inio to visit in;
pet gnake, sn you may Judge of my eni
prise whon on  my next visit to find  ti
snake ua,big as a _toveplf_i and over .
f.-'Cf long     As 1 was going toiliyvo a k.
rolling tbe iieit, week I kept tnysccruti.
that we ciutlil  huve 6o:uo fnn  uitirw
'." tfe I f.'-u;|.'h our day's work   1 gut, over)
Ctftlfg T-Wly ...tul B.int nut  iny Inv itutions
My friend that Bhnwefl tne the land cam
With the re.it-of litem audtoU toelkat bit
hnr.".; tvas I At or stolen   Wo all ���pitched li
�����"! ii'-.i i,;*' ini dtiy's wofknndtihd n iiooi:
diune.i'.    i  ttld  tbt.ni   uy secret nn.l w<
fstnt to tlio branch.  Y&u con Ituuginn oui
surpriso Vihou wo fount!Iho bujko hs  biles a saw d'iH, whit a  bulge lu the mlddli
ns iii;: nan f.ugar barrel.
' '.Veil, to njflV.o n lonj�� story short, w-
l.iiled tho -JinKoimd out him open.-aflii
my friend's lost horse 'tnteMed out We
thought the horso wis dead until he com
::.' ii.ed to meve, and scinn run nror.nd ni
right, and my friend Trnit lim ���homo !
havo heard a great deal about bor*ehuii
shakes, WO th _ ia Uie only inst.ttice 1
itiinw of where u hefso ivus swullowed
a'uvn Iiy o li:.ir fruin bis own taK "���iBal
timoro Autorloan
���'litl'isrnte a-ielnl r��>ii:'t'snt<sn That Ar��
t,---'i inmil in Evervduy Life���.Km.
Iil-neea  unit   !-. I_r.i-n ��� The   litUjis-ittc
t*t Siu.,.7.is8 nml   Vmir.   .
In ci'itr.-st tOBome no-tliern tuitions, U
.s i.,.:i'!;.- t:.<> mil'h t& .ii.. 1-iis.i Ihu Moor.
.1 ivI.ntevertlrisB. la Nrtti h 'peiiUemiin
t i.i ro is such a grutta ti-s.mt tl.e bunthlest
.ii'li nn eauy dignity, tirat wboncver elr
������iiiiitnamioaplaoo them in gcaltlon. uulllnj;
ur thcrtxeiuicw trl uoiu'losy tint)'very sol-
loin fail to resiond, end tlm_ it collies te
i nt.a that in ii sis :..'..t���::.ilor.'.'.'.;,-;i, In w llloli
mi>- mnn cf ability���ounntng ipcrhapt
. uuM bo the UiUt-s.o:is���u ay ri*.' to thr
highest piano, wt n tht.ogh he start life as
i .'u..e, tho si li problatming pt*venu In
..r utlcally nii.oxisti'tit Thiri i.H not, how
. .it, t.ii   imply   Hint   gnuoberfn ami  tlie
leiisniit, r.iuiuici.-. v.h e.ti cnii.o fimu evil
lispoa'tloint or stupidity aro unknown
. , l.ir.utisili���!.���' Ilie   .ill' led itj the iisiirage
'���'.osir ia cno it-ut dwarfs n (Inen cut of 111
.-, met, u_ it' d.iLS deMlopit.t i.t ni luillll
,'.r; ihe vii'en towhiol) the majority sue
lun.b in enrly lifo too oftbu t.t.iiliify tb.-
i u -j pre.n inent ooicmenooinent.
it Isnpi'itty sij-ht to sou two oldoriy,
UgnlCcd Mooia taJtita    Willi measured
,.iieo, Uu* eyes of cat h (Is__) oh those ot tlio
oilier, they ap| roai li with nslight iiioliim-
io:t, holding il ii right   hands sUghtly ad
v.iiH-ed.    Ihuy press tluir linger tips'to-
-alier atid  ln'^in  it volley of  iirosi'ri'ied
ulutatlona, greutinga nnd iuquirtos, hard
." pausing tu Insert replies and ejaculate
Qrd be praised!"   'i'lion onoh  presses the
inj;er tips wliich  have  Imioii   honored Iiy
i .(.tact witli IhoHo nf his Iriends agnlnsl
ilia lipa and then  upnn hi.  luinrt as li-
���nises his head and  rodo'tlblna  -ilsBalutu
Inns.
'i n every fellow Moslem the gWretlDg Is
il'.un "-.sssnlaiw alalkum" t 'Peace U
il.to you' ) To Which tlie answer is "Wa
.Ini kiiii'es-s.'ilnui<"Aiid tojou licjjeuce")
in U,c mill-'lievor lhe nearest approach tu
his po; n.'iUtd is "Ala siilam' tot" ("On
!iy peace"), which ir.i;;iit tiieuii anything
iho Wuy to speed tiie parting gaestisto
lolnim, '"Gi:il gl*0 I ben peaco, "nr, more
lurily, "In peace ' To thoso whosa proa
s-nco hna ocior boon desired it ke usual to
axololni   In   tones   suflicientiy   explicit,
Allah ihuun-ak!" ("Ood protect theel"j
'In arrival it is customary to exclaim to
ilia guest, "Welcome to .heo!" or "Mar
luhbnu, iihhiu wa sahlaa" ( 'Uo welcome,
,i liuiuo, and nt etlso")   ^ourteoufl inter-
,:ir.'..rii's fail tliick end fust "Bow art
ihotiy Thy bdusut"���Ure nearest approach
permitted to Inquiry after n man's wife
'Thy rolativest What news- Is unthlng
.vrti'^V    To w-iirh ha replies, if there is
ii'hing Bpeeiuily to co'.nplisiu of: "All
.:;:.i:t. thank (iod. Allure iu prosperity '
(Jr. if bad news baa to bo given, "Gtx'.
knows   Kveiyihingiain tho bund of Uod.'
When a Muslem meets n Ks.ropean ao
aompualad iy a Mcor, though the Inttor
1-0 the servant', ho uot Infrequently ignores
��_R    .' '<&-��
_ss
..-.       JV CCrop  deotroylrig
.Jf'^rA j��j/ f-r:cd and fjuhered
*"4s_ *. i Yif
WrnSlnrpeat: ere rnado ehorl
fdd'J cUrirt of with a rMidble,
unoniajf STEVENS.
_j,"cs- Gport or Ccrvice
kaT::v:::.'a ra?L_S3���
3H0TGU N 0- PISTOl.8
tiro unBurpaKued.
CWURCH   WOT1CB&.
*-.���_. SAINTS.
(Anglican.)
\    IViCdl Kl
CUAI-ITY
j      LOW i.N PRXCfi
If youcaiiU'.t
DndS   stAiu
obt _:*j _v >.a yotir
n\.:u- ai. r
Dealer, v/cihl?
lCt)-?":e
dtrn t, eijire.j
IUuA: .l.n' and
P'flP-kld, upon
Daser: Uvo
rtcoij>tof CftU-
Ofttol; -.
log Prlto.
R-&J tewltl.
Alw iy�� inalit
sWsvsaaMKi
on BTEVEi-ti
Kciural-tlrcina
When ordering.
lcf"rTDatlo7_.
, STEVENS ARMS !t TOOL CO.
P. 0. Box 4093.
Chicopee Fall3, Maaa.
Holy Communion���.-st
Suudays at 8:30 a.m.: _mk1
SuihUvs nt 1 .' a.m.
Matins, ii o'clock,
Evensong, 7:30 o'clock.
Sunday School at to a.m.
Friday eventug, Lit nny at
Rev. 1*. R. Burtlett, M.V..
and  3rfl
and 4th
7'-je.
Vicat
CA'l HOOl.IC
Service.s first and third Sunday oi
eacb month at 10:3011.11:.; Benediction, 7:30 '.).in
Sunday school nt 3 p.tn,
j    Low Mass and Holy Communion
j irst and third Mondays ut f, a.m.
Rev, Father Wagner, O.M.I.,
Parish Priest.
A Hnrd Shot.
Among tbe stories told of Dr. Emmons, '
��� well known clergyman of a forinor da; |
and generation, there are muny which
���how his keen wit.
In the town Wbere he was pastor then
lived a phyaloian who was a pantheist and
took pains to let overy one know lt. II.
bad made frequent boast tbat he could [
easily conquer Dr. Emmons in argument,
and one day came bis chance. He und ths
doctor met nt the house of a sick man.
"Uow old are you, air.".asked tho phy 1
���lelun brusquely.
"Slity-two," replied Dr. Emmons quiet- I
ly, although his eyes showed his surprisa.
"May I ask your ugo in turn'/"
"1'vo been alive alnco tho creation 1��>
ono form or another," said tht physician
eur'.ly
"Ah, then I suppose you were with
Adam and Eva In tho garden of Eden;-'
Inquired the doctor.
"Certainly," canio tho reply.
"I'm!" said I)r. KmmonB placidly,
meditating on tho other's face. "I nlwayl
thought there wm a third person there,
but some havo differed from mo.'���
youth's Companion
METHODIST.
Services next Lord's Day at it
m.and 7:30 p.m.
Class meeting, after the morning
eivice every Sunday.
Sabbath School at 2 p m
Sunday. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening at 8.
Rev. T. F. Betts. pastor..
every
every
He Wns BToved.
"Did thc notes of ti bird ever move
you?" asked the poetic girl.
"Yes," replied tlie young man. "1 used
to cull on n young lady, and every time
the cuckoo anno'uneid the lniui' of lu I
wont home."
ST. ANDREW 8 PRKSUVTHRIAN
Services next Lord's Day at 11
a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Sabbath School at roam Midweek meeting oil Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Kev. J.  H.  White, M.A.
Is-
And llleli ns V."_::.
���"U'hat ls It that uiakea men great,
ha presence of the foreigner and niters the j j.gp.\7"
"Per. latent   advertising,  my ���ou."���
! Cle\_elaiid_rialn Dealer.
\lhi< the -Ioitmc at I,i,sil_ Is For.
The house of lords cm'not now profe.���������
lo mnke the hwis ol the nation, but it cm.
and does preient vast changes I'-olug itimU
In the constitution by a snap vote or a
gcr..trh majority    t*, does for the Dr ith.!,
���on.-!:;;:;i'.:: v hat a vrrlttcfJS thieutueu:..
anal ���   ible exc pi  nndcrcertain .:.  '������1
ouilitic is, ;:���;��� -, :\.s- nth : forms of govotu
s,-s-r.r TTuu/aj ji, ,,.,!���. i.tiU, _if our law*
suid lihjities would lie ut tho mercy of any
i: m who __ni!d get I'-iitri i .:i tt-... i. .',
I,."- -r.ft. '.ir i-1 hours lt coiihidois lib
legislation, inrd-though In praot_��a itael
dom veititites to make ichuug^s It-Snblu
to ii K] '. on n refcren :o 11 the cc.mitrj- it li
nol w thnl �� grcat-and tarreaublng aovolu
t'.on is l-ellig nuido Without thu elhctori
,. .��� ��� Hilyjuvi'.m of v> iie.t is h-.i{i|ianillg
In hi t. it views the Haves Bent up te it In
,- .(��� i, ��� it of this question, "Ought ihi;
.rt>-,- if not iimenddd to be rejected until I:
...1. 1 ni ttrctred to tho nntkm with ih'
Jemnsd, 'Is It your pleasnie that ihla bili
iimi) bsooiuo law?' "���jjonduu-Spectator
COLUX\BIAN COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
-Founded 1802 Incorporated 1893
Provides a Chtistkm  Home for   Students ��f  both
aexes at moderate   rates.   Has a   preparatory -class   for
junior students taking Public School work.     Does High
School work and prepares for Provincial Teachers' Examinations,     Teaches  ��3I  branches  of  a  Practical Business,
Course and confers Diplomas.     Imparts a Liberal Edtiea-j
tion in its Collegiate Course, and in the Ladies' Course
for M. E. L^and M, L. A.    I* Theology -confers thc de-
jgrtt of B.D.   In University work can take students through
the complete Alts Ccmtse ior the  B.A. degree of Toronto
"University, with which the College is in full affiliation.    In
Science teaefces tbe First Year of Toronto School of Science, and has a Special Engineering Course tidapted te
Practical Engineering work in this Province.    Ba Music, a,
complete course in theoty, voice culture, and piano and
organ, in conjunction  with the Toronto college of music.
Special instruction in art and elocution, while all students:
nre required to take physical training wfrfc  aU  the  priv-j
Sieges ��f a wefi equipped gymnasiutn.
ruiiiee ^ *  _tn��ker.
IstiTi-tia   Mitt,   tiie   eminent   QunUei
y.in'.sr. r .1" ;1   ������:��� iS!,'iv>tt  r��pusrtoi Was s
.von an i-f rare personal cbjirin, and while
not beautiful In the strict Bapsoof that
'rii'.'i������:��� hill;: twill WHS   possossnd of  a face
������hut \v.i- littlo short of it. Hor brother,
I'lioiut. CoHln, ltowover, mil not in the
;,:.- entitled to nny olalms pf tlint soil,
; !\. 1 which cm ed lii.u as much aiuusu-
i;:i nt na It-did nny < nnof I its friends. lit
.a oui OifisUed lr; a 11 ll r.��t 'Car his picture,
:��� i xtandod liitlo hope tthtit'tho'inquirer
��,-0ll!.i'O*��*lg0t wbnthn nsket! for. s
W.ll, Thomas," si*d the tither, "If
; co mill mil net ore tnt'-M furt,i��i, will lhr��
'er mn bnvu a oojiy uf an old oiidf"
"1 mn r.frnitl I onnnot do thnt'Otthor,"
replied  i'liii'isiis     ''iiit- iu. l is that I one? j
r,,,l have a pli.tfrn"taken uf tiiVKelf, and it ���
wus so gootl stHat 1 dentroyed it." ���liar
���icr's K'lund li'iiHk! !
TVo nvettls.*1'cofl'i'e -I'tH' In
���irotluees bulf u pound i>r 111
APHORISMS.
vrliOT*
nil
Contentment $ves -a erown
fortune hafli'dented It.���Tord.
CouBl.'tncy la Uie -complement of
other human virt-tos���Maxziiii.
He who will not take advice goto
knowledge when trouble ffvert.i'.tes
1 ;:ii.--:.:ifl:v.
'I'll0 -_iiore tine .penhs of himself tu��
le.-is 1h�� likes to bear "another talkefi
of.���1>& rotter.
The readiest and -surest wtt.v to gi��t
rid of-censure sis .to-eont-ot -ourselvei.���
Uemoilttioues.
I'biiru'tcr nnd personal force are tha
only investments that nre worth -anything.���Wliitmn 11.
'Tis nut your posterity, but your acs
tions. Unit v. ill perpetuate -your memory.- Hutchinson.
Calumny would soon starve and die
cf Itself If nobody tCK-fe It in nnd gat*
jt ii Iod��kis.���Leig&tan.
Civility is acburni that attracts 'tke
.love df all men,-and too much is betttr
��� into t�� ��how tco-little.
nalntation to Ids coreligionist only, bnt ll
ho passes a mixed company of Moors nnd
,  .lt;\��s, or Christians, he OScltliniS, "I'litiee
��� .'it-iai-tlie rjoopleof Islam."   If two suoh
j paruis uit��jt on 1110 rouu, mu  ntiimg io,
i   "Peace be  to those  accompanying   the
I Jews," or "tho Ka_arcnes," and it is sul-
j llcientforoneof -enoh party-to give and
1 return the greeting, though In tlie cmin
j try several often do so    Inferiors saluting
I superiors usually kiss tbo hitml. shoulder,
1 tup of the turhaft, or feet, or tho knee or
i stirrup of a horseman, according to tho
I terms on whicli thoy approach.   Tlie. more
! .ihji-ct tortus aro nnttirallv onlv used to
i,���,,i,... ........s, uiotiKii tliey nroemploycu
BOiuetticcs to ISuroputlBS. In tho eitreiiiity
of supplication the very feet of one's horse
are ombrnood
The old custom cf foiling on one annth
er s.ueel;s is still In voguu lietwc. 11 friends
kmg scpurtftod    Men and womon restrict
ti.ulr grcellngs ln  publio lo words, but
persoually tt was i-.ni otviiut sturtlcd by the
I sudil.cn euvjiraco of a negivss whose tree
���! dom my futiior l'..,'.l I'O'.n lhe menus of ob
1 tinning when  returning  to thu onuntrj
:  i.ts-i1 some years* nb_cnou    The kisses on |
���Hieh occasions are, however,  forturiatoly
.leliver.al -ii thOsair of on the shoulder   It
is customary te ozololm nt siieli meetiufts
T have lieen dusolatod for thou."
To judge from I hoosolanuttions ever on
die tongues of lhe Lioors; they it Igbt Li
un extremely pious people, nnd 00 doubt
thero aro Bating ihctn thoeo who renllv
mean I.bat they s:;y, but .generally the
11 ost religious \ brasos have degenerated
into vain repetition Klabortlto curses ful!
almost ns in ly
When nboufto fcpcat miwo part of thu
(Coraii or n prtiyer. the petition Is com
monly uttered. "1 take reliifje with Clod
from s_tn��i, -ho sloned," n|nl whon any
tilinggrai3>cr alarming oi.urs ttlny ox
jlaim, "ICherets neitherchaogo-nnrpower
lavoinOed, thqUigh, tho Jli..iity!" Qiin
-ntion i ficmitlie Koran nro alsp freely in
iroduicd in "conveisulioh l��y t'uo h-iinuul
iu are proverhs end sayings l>j the genet
lUliyiif Moors..11 tne.'.vli .ige'of which. Is a
gn nt I.i Ip in eonfrn ::t ion '"
bWcrul Ut'.WiiGchil .'.Eiige. of Moorish
lid i!.'s. no.iiltc'tl.'n. (houftl] not. ��� nbneti
.0 MoiOcrt}vtu ii i 1 the jneliwltflmi ti
hid who r.ticiv.is, ''TBotoraSvenussol Uo��!
neon ui.a.iid oil theel" ior_kh!elt l-horejl}
:s, '.In.thi- 111 ;i 1 1 ulso tu Ood!" If 1
man who jv.ivr.. in publicIftsis nut uso thc
prescribed ifi-rirubt, en.v nne sprnking tu
nmr nuiylpl. K"..hii:I-it-k ol Ins liaiid Hi his
'Couth, till: :���!:tg ������'��� pldOS si ntit'ie, us 1!"
:���. .il isjx'crdit;������-'. with:pietf"i-ivnr:an un
Icnsnu��'Oprrn'Gion >i:i yitwniug iihiuUik
)m the etiMThtind. any���iu">\ trlngu new
.aro���-. :.t ' r 1 .roi-.tn.s spcclr.it>' sprnce 01
n:n :n:�� jiitl'ft'r;>". (1 tome fl'' 1 t 01' IllOttlo
ri.uis ue! ivriisi'ii thu oo|i!;.!i:ucut, " li;
-.ihh t-ul;���������(������*: thy Elronith")
A Moit knov.s l.s'.v.- to efcjoyagnod Job*
i_i tho tllll.-fthil. friii-d  ''ti   thu  Hour, bt
BAPTIST.
1  services ��� Ciescent
in.; Lndner, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday Scbot/l at 10:30 a. ra.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at
8 p.m.
P.-bbnt
land, 3 p
^mlg
If you average tho cost price of J-M Asbe..tos Roofing over
tiie period of yeara it is in service, you will see that "J-M" is
cheaper to use than any other prepared roofing. Being made of
Asbepioe, an indestructible mineral, it is permanevtlij durable,
and as it does not rerpiire nny coating or painting, its first cost is
the only cost.   Easily applied by anyone.
Asbestoside is an Asbestos Sheathing and is the most economical, durable and easily applied siding known.
Auk for sumplcs uml i.i-is_:est.
!. W. iOHNS-MJ-NViiLE CO.,
576 First Ave. S., ; Seattle, Wash*)
Sffl
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\m
p
S3HK9t��Swa
The Bella Times
t re
��� n.i
i*t
heiuls li:;chv i.iti iimi forrami Wiitltoa
.ti.'.r.t In his laughter Often t$bot
���r lhe r-tni-y'V.-iil j-.iin ln*the t^rtixu tot
Inl-i!:.'���! ir :." right I-���inds'fa'-aliiiVi. HhOil
ichdsns itiiCy roll bock, tb��-bring then
���i;:i't.i-A'i-i.i.o hearty thiikti '{.herd nevei
.���as h UTondrr wn^llf eiijdj'lng a joke In |
s'l.l'.'U Thownn.cn when.happy give vent .)
o their f.vlin,;s.i y n shrill " Vnn >���<��
.���00. yoo .vnn .voo'"
. i-iii'ill "Vnn yoo, y-n
-Veto Wall GsButte
ejoh   Printing.
Mndrrntlom.
io die, l'bil, whui
Crnty    *�����
Wlfe-lf 1  wore
would yon do?
rtlll -I'd be most (..15.7.
Wire-Would yon mar^mgaW-
rim-Nu; I wonldu't be Unit ci.t_y.
.r-m mSm THE BELTA TIME?, TI'ESDAV, At.GTJ
-TC_|��
: QoJ..
l*f*W*i*m       *^>-   ���
I.OCAL NEWS.      .hampioas Ilcturn.
D. Gunn visited the Rov.il City, I
last, wee fe.
Mrs. W. E. Lading, Jof Everett,
Wash,, is  visiting   Mrs.   Seytnoui
fluff,
ii     i        ��� i i  i  i.
W. Hearle, of Boundary Bay,
lift, Saturday, on a visit to relatives
in Seattle.
Mis. Foster went over to Van'
couver. Thursdny, on a well earned vacation.
Mrs. VV. J. Brandrith aud infant
daughter, wont up to tht. Royal
City, on Saturday last.
V. B. Skinner went over to tin
Terminal City, Saturday, to spend
Sunday with bis family.
Mrs. G. T. liaker and daughter,
Miss Irene, wore aiujng tlie visitors
$o tbe Royal City, last week.
Miss Mae Jordan returned home, I
Friday, from Custer, Wash., where!
she had been.attending the mnrri- i
^ge cf her cousin.
We want sixty cases of strictly
freshieggs, fur shipment inside the
next ten days. Price 35 cents per
doz sn���Marshall Suiiih & Co.,.Ltd.
Mrs.   Ives and   daughter,   Miss|
Jiellie,    of   Vancouver,    returned -
home,    Friday,,   after   spending   a;
week, visitin.o   -Mrs. J.VPerram,   at
Boundary Bay.
New Westminister,   Aug.   14
Colored light fore  and   aft  on  the
locomotive ofthe train warned New |
Westminister   that   their   lacrosse'
champions were   abroad, aud   thej
citizens of the borough were ready j
for the moment.    There  had  been
several false starts in the way ol
cheering; the scouts must have signalled the   near   approach   ol the
train and its gladiators liefore it had
appeared iu the distance, or  else it
was that  there were  some   thott-
sanda who had to.bring  their pent-
np feelings into loud expression, soj
as to save the coroner's jury from I
returning a verdict  that their end j
had come  from  excess of excite-'
ment and ot joy.    But  when the,
moment   actually   arrived   and  the
train drew tip at the platform there-
was such a concatenation  of noise j
as never belore rent the sky round
any city of equal size to New Westminster.     The  boys  screeched   in
their most unnatural voices, rattled
an  even more  grating   noise-pro-
dncer or blew through hoarse boms.
The men  never made  more lusty
efforts to get real husky, and the
ladies hurrahed right on  their  top
note,   while  the  steamboat at the
riverside grunted  its  harshest and
noisiest warnings ami the tramcars
tooted their owh fluty whistles.    A.
drum and fife band sounded in opposition to a contingent of brass instrumentalists, fireworks  scintillated, torches flared, flags fluttered as
though in obedience to this  storm
of discordancy, and everybody livsd
through it and was glad with amazing gladness.
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 H undred Dollars up.
White, Shiles & <��.
New Westminster, B.C.
Son Leave
Agencies Representee1-
Hill-Mori! IMrc Insurance Co. Insurance C, ol North Ainrnrii
I'!ic_ni_ Iii-iirancc Co. of lirooklyn    The Ocean Accident (tt Guarantee Corpori-
Connecticut Fir- rn��ur����p_ Co. Hon, Ltd., of London, Kug.
Imperial TrUlt Co., Ltd.' Vancouver. B.C.
Pastry Flour.
To notify the people of Ladner and sur.
rounding district that we are sow in a
position to ofter Vancouver Island
Portland  Cement
At greatly reduced prices, making it poa.
sible for parties who contemplate building
to put in concrete foundations at about the
same cost as piling or other inferior
material.
Write for Prices.
VLLET BROS.
Mrs. T. R. Paterson and two;
pbildren, of Vancouver, returned"
home, Friday,, after spending a<>
week visiting her parents, Mr. and.
Mr,s. C. Beadleston.
Friends of Miss A. Smith will re-;
gret to learn that she is laid up.      i
Mr. and Mrs. Whiting and fam- j
^ly,..Mrs. Love and two children,.ofj
Bltrtiabv, returned home, Saturday, j
after   spending   ."._  week at Hope;
MUIA-U|   RR      IssyillK.     Ul      sV_f.   allll.   .1113.!
W. J. Bratotfrith.
j
We are in receipt of a comuuiui-j
cation on the water supply question.!
the writer of whicli doss ntitwisni
his name ptibHshed. Now, for thei
benefit of "all concerned, we wish it
to be distinctly understood that all j
letters relating to water supply j
inut be published over the signature-]
.-. ��___. ....;_or \ye are willing to-i-
publish said.letter linden the above!
If you are not pleased with the quality of
the pastry you are making, ask your Grocer for
a sack of
WILD   ROSE
Pastry Floar made from selected white wheat.
No pastry flour has gained such universal merit
and approval as our WILD ROSE brand. It is
manufactured by a proces3 distinctly our own-
especially ior pastry���and not for bread.
Sold by W. H. SMITH.
MANUFACTURED   BY
Vancouver Hilling I Grain Co., Ltd.,
VANCOUVER B. C.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B, 0,
conditions only.
Mr. and'Mrs. Win. Holmes went;
War to Vancouver, on. Thursday j
^ast, accempanied by Mrs. Davis, om
\hat city, who had been visiting
bere the guest ot Mrs. Holmes.'
Mri aud Mrs. Holmes returned on i
Hrkiay morning.
Purebred Leghorns.
A number of Purebred Brown
Leghorn Cockerels, front good laying strain, for sale..   Apply to
RKV. E.. R. BARTLETT.
Mr. and  Mrs. O. G.  Lewis  and
family  left, on Saturday last, for'
Vancouver, where  they will  make
their  home  for the present.    Mr. |
liewis was lately a member  of the;
firm of Calvert __: Lewis.    Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis mad ft a large circle of,
friends  during  their  stay here  of;
about three years.
Lost.
On Sunday, 9U1 ins1:., at-or near
Boundary Kay,, a bunch of keys,
stamped F. T��� Arthur, Ladner.
Finder please return to-
THIS OFFICE.
If You Have Not Ordered Your
BINDER TWINE
See Us Before You Do.
l��"BMMV____W___________.M__Ma______MM-k
%
Cherries, Currants and
All Other Berries Wanted
Also
<2>iile a number ot oui-interested
Indents turned out on Saturday
last1 to bid farewell to the officers
and crew ol the Str. Transfer, but,
���vhfiQ Capt. Gilchrist stepped ashore
andtannounced that the boat would
pottbt* taken off lor the present, the
3-i<-dened cpuntt nances brightened
'^���immediately and. everyone was
Sjlad to know that their old favorite
W3. going to remain with them.
Butter and Eggs
Send   ns your consignments.    We
will  give you  highest prices and |
prompt returns..
MILNE & GUNNj
1-3,7 Water Street,
Box 223.        --       Vancouver, B.C.
New Potatoes, Immediately.
Don't forget thatfjwe want
All Your Poultry
at the very BEST PRICES
SILVERWARE.
Cut Glass,
Watch S3 and
All Kinds of Jewellery
New Stock.
Call and See Them
Jl. CIausen,\
LADNER.  B.  C.
Well Mounted.
Is every piece of harness tint leaves j
our store: Each piece is fashioned j
from the bsst leather anl <nvt
select costal, aud ths workmanship!
throughout is first-clas. in ei'eiyl
respect. Our Sad lies are tl.e,ti!_|
ot all hor-ie-Sac'c riders for co n'ortl
and ease, and they ar3 scriipulouslj. I
made an I finished by experience^
operators.
Give u. a call  when   you ne.t|
need som .thing in our line.
B. C. Leather Co., Ltd.
it2 Hastings Street. Vancouver. B. C.
state ol
yeaog
When You Require
F    1      -'- !
Furniture,, Carpet^ LiiK-lc. un\ Window1
Shades or Any Article of Furniture orj
Household FuraisJaiag& st, visit to LEE'S:
STORE will coavince you; that there is the;
3IGHT PLACE TO BUT,
^Fisitory Welcome.
Anything and Everything
In the way of Farm Prod ace and Machinery handled, besides a Few Specials for the
Farmer's Wife.
E. T. CALVERT,
LADNER, B.C,
OENERAL
DEALER
W.   L.   McBRIDE,
��� General Merchant,
Phone 5,   -   Port Guichon
��.F.rs rmmm mvmmi
#05W WESTMINSTER,.        ...
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AUB ��l 1908    *
Vol. 5, So. SO.
LADNER, B. C, TUESDAY. ALQUST 18, 1908.
summer
Applied Science.
The ideas of Principal .Sipprell
j have received their fullest devcl-
: opnient   in   the   Adapted   Science
To Eclipse All.
Hie
__�� 2.
!
argains
Ladies' Blouses.
20 per cent,
month.
Discount on all Lawn Blouses this
Girls' Wash Dresses.
Regular $1.75 & $2.00, Sale Price $1,25
Regular $1.50 & $1.65, Sale Price $1 QQ
Regular $1.00 & $1.25, Sale Price fi5c
Regular 75c & 90c, Sale Price 50��
Regular 65c, Sale Price 45^
Boys' Wash Suits and Blouses.
Boys' Suits, Regular $1.50 & $1.75; Sale Price 95c
Boys' Blouses, Regular 75c & 90c; Sale Price, 5QC
Children's Straw Hats.
Regular $1.00 for 50c, while they last.
From the present outlook the
Provincial Exhibition at Victoria,
this year will eclipse anything
; Course, the object of whicli is to) heretofore attempted; the interest
1 give students who are intended   for | in  all branches of exhibits being
industrial careers such   traiuin
will fit them to profit by those early
years of practical  life  when  their
interest in their daily work is keen
and   their   leisure is sufficient,   if
properly turned to account,  to fit
them for positions of responsibility.
It has become quite impossible   at
the present day  for the  workman
who is bent on self improvement to
avail himself ot  the  stores  of information   contained   in  technical
periodicals   and the    manuals   for
specialists,   unless  he  possesses  a
familar  acquaintance with   a  certain range of mathematics, applied
mechanics,and the physical sciences.
The   adapted   science   course  has
been   expressly framed  to  supply
this scientific training, and  at  the
same   time     to    give    such    instruction   in   the   laboratory   and
drafting room as will make its
I practical   application   easy.      The
course follows lines which have
j been already tested in the technical
| schools of F.ngland and Scotland.
' Certain changes in detail have been
| necessary, owing to the points of
; difference  in   engineering  practice
between the Pacific coast and   the
old world.    In this connection it is
a pleasing duty to acknowledge the
extent of our  indebtedness  to  tbe
chief inspector of boilers,  Mr. John
Peck.     His   official  opportunities
! r      , . _, . .    , (I'-rom Our Spi-cinl Correspondent.)
for knowing everything  connected
[with engine and boiler  practice  ini     Honol"lu.    T-H-    Aug.    u.���
;the   province,   combined with   his I Word  reaches  here that  the Fan
j varied proiessional knowledge  and; Francisco Chamber of Commerce is
his well known interest in ednca-l planning an excursion to Japan in
tion,   rendered  his advice  ol  the! u^. ,iear  future, and  contemplates
__,_._*..<.�� .-I...., miu   we nave  ireeiy stopping over between  steamers in
as much greater and tlie entries commencing to arrive much earlier than
in any  previous year.    Tlie Hors:.-
Show features'which are being put
on every evening in the new Horse,
Show  Pavilion,  erected  this year;
on the grounds, are attracting par-1
ticular attention, a great number of.
entries having already been   receiv-:
ed  from   prominent   horsemen   in
Seattle and Vancouver.
One of the most prominent judges!
of live stock in the United King- |
dom, W. Staley Spark, of Berk-1
harapstead, England, has consented;
to act as judge of the Light Breed-!
ing Classes and Horse Show
Classes.
The new buildidgs being erected
this year  are  Hearing  completion,
and while they were thought to be:
large enough  to  accommodate all:
the exhibits, it has been found that i
owing to the great  interest  that is
being   taken   this year   it will  be;
necessaiy lo add further   buildings
atiother year  to  accommodate  the;
exhibits offered, every inch of avail-!
able space in the  buildings having
been allotted already, six weeks before the Exhibition opens. i
Hawaiian News.
mmm.
Bargains   in   Other
Come Earlym
availed ourselves of it.
The principles ot mechanical engineering which bear  on everv   in-
i dustrv must  be  given  the central
| place in any such   plan of   study.
! The work  groups itself  naturally
B    Sfm-m______ _____ r"""fl   lhe   steam   engine,   whicli
_____mjfB_fjp Jfffc  affords bv far thc most useful series
I of object lessons in  the  science  of
energy and the principels of mech-
Marshall Smith & Co., Ltd.
��� anism that we can have at present.
: I am glad to be able to say that an
i experimental engine and boiler and
I a small dynamo will be available
; for our use in tbe laboratory next
I session; and it will be possible by
; their aid to illustrate numerous
! points which are hardly to be
grasped otherwise.    It is  not pos-! remedy for diphtheria
Hawaii to look after trade matters.
During the past two years Hawaii
has purchased from the mainland
(largely through San Francisco)
over one million dollars' worth oi
goods per month. The actual figures for the fiscal year ending June
30, 1907, are $14 435.725.
It is also understood that Seattle!
merchant., are making efforts to!
have established a steamship line]
between the Islands and their city!
in order to be in position to com-1
pete with the California metropolis
for some of the business.
Pineapples for diphtheria.
Pineapple juice   is   a  sovereign
When  lhe'
"BOBS" ON TRUE SPORT.
BUSINESS TRANSFER.
iCLOSE SEASON FOli GROUSE;
I sible, however, to frams a  success-I 'act was first  discovered  is uncer-
I ful syllabus on the narrow  lines of |tai��- bul il  lias  been  known for a
i technical requirement alone.    Thisin��nlber  of   V.ears   by   Hawaiians,
j is particularly the case  in   niathe- ;and recently a number of mainland
matics, which cannot be taught as a j physicians    have    tested    it    who
mere   collection   of  rules.      Such v��nch lor its efficacy.   The juice is
rules are sure to be either forgotten 1 pressed  from  the  Iresh  Imit  and
  or misapplied; the parts ofthe sub-! sweetened, or it may be used   from
Recording to the last issue of tbe must therefore be dov_taik-d into jthe canned fruit with very satisfac-
Gazette, a  close season  lor: one another   so   completely,   that |tory  results,   and  is then  admin-
nt's own appreciation of isteted by spoonfuls to the sufferer
the entire east half oi the building,  the   counties   of   Vancouver   aud  their relations will keep him right, 'or some <lllie
ween   August 31st  when   he   proceeds   to   apply
"I notice that youi young people]    T. H. Latimer, of Chesley, Out.,
take great interest in  athletics.    I i kas purchased the tinsmithing busi- j B. U
am a firm believer in their value, if M of Robt- May, and^ has leased . grouse of all kinds is proclaimed in tlie stude
carried out it* a true  spirit, and in .
_   ,     ... r,  ,    ,    . ..   .  Dart oi which  is  now  occupied by  Westminster bet
$iodeiation.      Bnt    I    hope   that,*" ' .
Mr. May.    Mr. Latimer will  open land   September  30th, 190S,
Thc  acids 11  the
jjjs j fruit seem to digest tie  membrane
which  causes  the closing   ol   the
throat, ancl the relief is apparent a'-
most at once.    Cures are   icporled
iu  which all
���       ,. ...    , nn. m.i j.    .sn. isui.1.1,.1   nm   .,,,..,.  aim   .ss.ijs_.ih ij _: i    ..un, min,   inclu-: knowledge lo questions ot practice.
young   Canadians  will always re-i        . , .      ,       . , f . * �� " I " '
_     .     ,.   .   .       ., . .. '.     ,,, up right away in  tbe  tinsmithing  sive, while willow grouse  are  pro-  Another subject  ior  which   it  has
member that in  athletics, as in all    r     ,     ,.     ,���. .... . ,   ,-
...        ,   . c   ,.c    _, . i and plumbing business, itected in Yale, Cariboo and  Koote-��� been   found   necessary to   provide
the   relations   of   life,  they   must c s     . i ' \    ��� . ���     .    ,    J.    ,. .   , 'nl cases of dinhtheria
. ,      .. , .    ,.     ,       .���_,���_��_! j nay. between tb-same dates. specially,   is the English language. I01 cases ol "ipnuiena
Vlay the game in thetiuest sen.se,   | *    -���*������ | p   g7*t*     other remedies had failed.
of that term.   They must  play fori    The S.S. Sonoma leaves  Ladner  '��� T j Admission lo tu.  b. i. a.  course!
_-  ���_   _. T. , _.   i is conditional 0:1   passing a matric-'	
; R. IX McKenzie opened up the ^ ejMto,Mtl whlc��� am | Miss Le01la Whitworth, of Van-
Delta Hotel, to-day. bu it will be olhe. lb.ng' tess Tcertain ooitVer Oeneral Hospital staff,
next week ere he will have every- k ^ -, Rn lis, It was came home, yesterday, on a short
thing in proper running order.         i'        -     '            ,_������_. ..:_.��
; lound, however, that insistence on I visit.
standard   ot   admission'��� "
the sake.of tbe game, preferring to at 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.; return
lose it fairly, rather than to win un-; ing, leaves Steveston .at .9:30 a.m
fairly.   They must be ready not to j and 4:30 p.m.
grudge tbeir opponents every fair! 	
advantage, and they must be Pre*-| SACKS and'
pared to los<?.w_th good temper and; Ekrani Shorts'
V> w.i.n, wi,thow boasting." j     ^ p^ '���"
Ltd
! New Westminster, Aug; 15.���
The market this week was ii any*
thing, over the average in attendance and the amount of produce offered was large and in good variety. Buying throughout was very
brisk and at thc close verv little remained unsold. The only feature
of the day was the rise iu the price
of eggs.
The offei ing of meats was smaller
than usual at tins time of year. The
prices remained the same as last
week. Beef was offered in lair
quantity. Mutton was in good demand and the supply was rather
less than last week. Veal found a
good market and all sold readily.
The supply was rather above the
average. Pork was very little iu
demand and although tliere was a
lair offering tlie sah-s were very
limited, the weather being still too
hot for this meat.
Eggs took an upward bound of
5c retail and 2'4 c wholesale, the
figure raising as the supply is
gradually failing to meet the demands. The quantity of eggs
being brought to the market is still
as large as ever, but the requirements of the buyers are growing.
The official quotations this week
are 40c retail a,id from 33c to 35c
wholesale. Butter remains at 30c
with a few obtaining an extra sc
The supply  of birds  were very
large again and although there is a
good demand for  fowls  it  was iu-
evitalL'   that    the    poorer    birds
would fail  to  find   buyers with so
many  good  quality   fowls  on  the
market.     Chickens   were   not   as
plentiful as last  week   and all that
offered found quick  buyers.    The
majority of tlie birds brought to the
market were broilers aud all were*
sold except  ine  nmrers./.-u.    _ _., _.
quantity of ducks fell away considerably and all well grown birds
that offered were taken up.
The quantity of apples on the
market is increasing by leaps and
bounds, so that there was a comparatively good supply on hand at
the opening of the day. The vari.
ety is at present very limited/those
offering being mainly cooking apples, for these theie is a fairly good
demand. Vegetables of all kinds
are still coming in in large quantities and find a brisk demand.
Potatoes are not much 111 demand
and will not be until the stock is
well ripened.
Thc downward trend of live stock
was again marked and manv animals sold at exceedingly reasonable figures. A large number of
milch cows were sold at from S25
to J40.
The following arc the prices that
ruled during the day:
Beef, hindquarters, gc to 100
per lb; forequar-ters, 6c to 6'jC.
Million, 13c to 14c per lb.
Lamb, 15c per lb.
Veal, small, 11c per lb; large,
��jc '.��� toe.
Pork, H'.i- 10 oc per lb.
Eggs, wholesale, 33c to 35c per
doz; rvtai', 4 .
Butter, 30? per Ib.
Fowls, J(_,aa to ��7.00 per dozj
chickens, #4.50 to $6.00 per <1o_.
Broilers, $3 to f.pso per dozen.
Ducks, $5s���� to ��6.00 a doz.
Potatoes, $18 to $20 per ton.
Apples, 75c to $f.2q a box.
SACK    TV.INE,
Corn and all kinds
the
Jas, Grant is expected hptne. on
IfUursday iicx,t.
Brackman-Ker Milling  Co.
H. N, RICH, Agent,
same
Win. Dean, of Olds, Alta., paid j would have the effect of shutting accurate expression to the engineer
a short visit here, last week, the'out of the adapted s.'ience course!cannot be over-rated. Provision
guest of E.'T. Calvert. Mr. Dean! manv of those for whom it was! has now beoi ma le in the cun'ic-
Wa? around sizing up thq farming \ specially intended.    On   the  other, ulum for systematic instruction in
Ladner, B.C. 'ind,ustrv here.
ljandv the importance of clear and ' English literature and oompositir
I). A. Shiles, of the firm ot
White, Shiles .& Co., New West.
minster, returned home, yesterday,
after spending Sunday at Boundary
Bay, THK DELTA.5.TIMEF, TUESDAY, AUGUST x5. rsoS.
at "in'' ^
TilE  DLLTA TIMES.
PUBLISHED   EVERY TUESDAY.
w. c. T. u.    fHsoun zna&ieS"
iuMCEiPTiOM, $1.00 per year.
ADVERTI8IUG  RATES.
Ctaual Advertit-1-ent-, io Cents per Une for
the first in��;rtion,Rnd scent* per line lor encli
MteeqiKut insertion. Tbe number ol lines
nckou-d by the .pace occupied, i_ lines to the
mtn.
Bates lor Commercial Advertisements can be
had on application at this office.
Mauling notices is cents per line (or encb in-
act-ion.
airtb and Death notices, joe., Murrlagcsfi.oo.
Any special notice, the object ot which is to
promote the pecuniary benefit of any in (tivklunl
or company, to be considered an acrrertisemeut
aad chxrged accordingly.
All advertlscmenu charged for uatil ordered
mt* and paid for.
Correspondence invited oa matters of public
la tercel. Communications to editor must be ac-
cempanfcrd by name of writer, not necessarily
far publication, but as evidence of good faith.
Correspondence must reach this office by Thurs.
iay evening.
Gko. R. Manley,
Manager.
TUESDAY,   AUG VST   IS,   1908.
Ideal threshing weather prevailing, the straw stacks are piling high
and the iarmers' are aglow with
���atisfaction at the prospect ot sav-!
ing their grain without getting wet.
Some very dangerous looking
fires are raging in this district, and
serious damage is liable to result
theiefrom unless prompt action is
taken to keep them under, or a
���bower oi rain, which would be
welcomed by mauy.
Si ace our last issue we have revived definite information regarding the offer of the C. P. R. to
carry the mails. The C. P. R. did
male _ the c ffer to carry the mails
from Westminster to Westham Island, for the sum ot #5 per d.iy.
For tbe benefit of enquirers we
hereby give description of piece of
road from which Dr. Wilson seeks
to have gazette removed: Com-
tnencing  at the S.W. corner Lot
between Lots 129 and 1.28, G. 2, for
40 chains more or less.
MUST NOT REFUSE;
London. Aug. 17.���Sir Lewis
Dibden, tbe Dean of the Arches,
bas given judgment in his court at
the Church House in the suit under
the Church Discipline Act, 1840,
promoted by Alan Neville Banister
and Mrs. Emily Blanche Banister
against Rev. Henry Thompson,
vicar oi Eaton, in the diocese oi
Norwich, and an honorary canon
of Norwich cathedral. Judgment
was given for the plaintiffs,. The
suit, which was heard last mouth,
was in respect of an ecclesiastical
offence which the defendant was alleged to have co-amittet, by unlawfully repelling the promoters from
Holy Communion. Mr. Banister
married his deceased wife's sister in
Montreal while they were recognized residents of England, prior to
the passing of the Act permitting
the marriage of deceased wife's
sis__:r in England.
.V. II. Smith, local agent of the
Vancouver Milling Co., has been
autnofiztd to offer special prizes for
tlie best bread made from their
product, by non-professionals, at
the Delta Agricultural Society'.
Exhibition to be held next month.
A very fine pie e of work is
^bout completed in thc new bridge
py-.T the Slottgli. The timbers
taken out ot the old bridge were
rotted through and it is the great-
pit wo��(_w out that seme heavy
I'jad did no. gt> through and into
|tbe Slough. The new work bas
shortened tbe timber work to about
one-third, tbe balance beii g filled
ia and macadamized.
THE PROHIBITION VICTORY
IN NORTH  CAROLINA.
"Go with me to Gaston county.
Twelve years ago when I was a
solicitor there, there were eighteen
places in that county where liquor
was sild and twenty-five government distileries. There were only
two small cotton factories, not one
good road, only a few schools and
not many churches. Ten years
ago Gaston voted whisky out, and
to-dav there is not a place in the
county where liquor is sold, not
a single distillery. Instead of the
stills and saloons there are fifty-two
cotton and woolen mills giving employment to 8,000 persons. There
are good macadam roads, splendid
school houses, and comfortable
churches, all telling how much
better are education and soberness
than whisky and destruction." This
statement by Governor Glenn,, of
North Carolina, may shortly be expected to apply in regard to all
counties in the state, considering
the recent vote for state wide prohibition. According to the officia
returns just recently made public
prohibition won by a majority of
44,196 out of a total vote ot 183,-
028.
The five "wettest" counties oi
West Virginia have 415 convicts:
the other filty counties, which include most of the no license territorv
have but 413. One-eleventh of the
counties furnish one-half of the
convicts. Such facts have an important beating on tbe question of
the amount of crime for which
drink is directly responsible and
should prove a weigty influet.ee in
leading order-loving communities
to vote out the liquor traffic.
Trucking and Draying.     Livery Work of
All Kinds Attended to Promptly.
All Kinds ox Firewood Always On Hand.
liie Celebrated Registered Steward-bred Stallion
" Phalo Stone *'
J. M. COLUNSON, P^ne %\ mm, u.
P. Fleming, travelling freight
agent ot the C. P. R., paid a visit
to down river points, on Saturday
last.
The prize lists of the locsl exhibition are in the hands of the Secretary, A. DeR. Taylor, ready lor
distribution.
Thousands of people were disappointed, yesterday, at uot seeing
the circus parade, for which they
had gone to Vancouver to see, but
the disappointment was not so
keenly felt when it was discovered
that eight of the members had been
injured in a train wreck, whicli occurred at Port Kells, near New
Westminster. It was a lucky thing
for the bush ranchers in that neighborhood that the cars containing
the animals remained intact as they
would bave had a lively time of it
had a few lions and tigers got loose
in the thick underbrush there.
Shoes for Everybody
Some Shoes look well and wear badly, others look badly
and wear well,
Ours look well, feel well and wear well,
We not ouly aim at having the latest styles, but honest
goods as well.
We have All Sizes and Widths and can Fit Any
Foot Accurately and for very Little Money.
It wont do an}' harm to start dealing here,
JNO, REAGH,   LADNER, B, C.
(37357), Rec. 2.21 %.
Sire-ALEXES, 2.18.      Dam-LUGELLE, 2,23^
Foaled, 1900.   Dark bay, 16 hands 1 inch.
NOON. NIGHT.
Monday, S. Morrow's Farm', Dr. Wilson's Farm.
Tuesday, Gilchrist's       " ; R. E   Kittson's    "
Wednesday, R. McKee's" :  F. J. Coulthard's "
Thursday, I. Johnston's ** ; Loney Bros.' '"
Friday, J. McElroy's      " ; Sullivan Bro's.     "
Saturday, S. Hufl's        " ; G. B. Embree's, till Monday
K. A. S. Scholefield, Esq,, George Brown,
Victoria, Owner. Stud Groom
Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done.
Incorporated 18��.
the Delta Saw mills
Are Prepared to . . .
Furnish All Kinds of
ROUQH   &   DRESSED   LUMBER
At LOWEST PRICES. Also
Shingles,  Doors, Sash and
House   Finish   of   All   Descriptions.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED, - $4,000,000
CAPITAL PAID-UP,        - - $3,900,000
RESERVE FUND, - - $4,390,000
Total Assets Over Forty-Five Millions.
Accounts of Out-of-Town Customers Given Special
Attention.
BANK BY  MAIL.
The   BEST  Water   Tanks   Are
Made at This Mill*
Savings Department.
Accounts may be opened with deposits of ONE DOLLAR
and  Upwards.     Interest paid, or credited, quar-
, terly ou  31st  March, 30th June, 30th
September, 31st  December.
K. D. SIMPSON, Manager, LADNER, B.  C.
Im
.JT. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER,   :
[��� Manufacturer, of all kind* ��.
B.C.
When you wish to buy visiting
cards call on the Delta Times who
will sell the best money can buy.
If you need them printed, why you
are money in pocket by calling on
the Delta Times first.
We expect our last shipment of
preserving peaches, this week. California peaches are all done. This
shipment is from the B. C. and
Oregon peach districts and should
be fine stock���W. H. Smith.
ff. DeR. TAYLOR,
G. KELSON THORPE,
Veterinary Surgeons.
All   Calls
Promptly Attended to
���       ���       ���       ���       *
Phone 35 Stainton Block
Ladner, B.C.
PROVINCIAL
FXHIBITION
VICTORIA, B.C.
British Columbia's Premier Fair
September 22-3-4-31 26.
Everything New, Modern and Up to the Minute
New Grounds,   New Buildings,  New Attractions
Horse Show Every Evening
*mmmem^^^^
Cash Tombola Frizes Every Day
FOUR PAYS GREAT HORSE RftCING
���  - - ���     i  J -   i        i
Trotting,  Pacing, Running,
Steeplechasin?	
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
Room i. Bltard Block. New Wtatm.imter.
| Soda Water, Ginger |
* Ale and Summer    A
I Drinks.            1
�� Your patronage solicited     j[
Mandolin I
Having keen requested to siart a
Mandolin Class, am now prepared to <io so. For terms, etc.,
apply
Ba   H.   WEARE.
Care of Mr. J. W. Lanning.
Mandolin*, String*, Etc.,
Supplied at City Prices.
Acclimatized Stock.
Seeds
Trees
Plants
For the
Farm, Garden, Lawn or
Conservatory,
Reliable Varieties at Reasonable
Prices. No BoreTs. No Scale.
No fumigation to damage stock.
No windy agents to annoy'vou.
Buy dirept and ge!t Trees and Seed*
that Grow.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray
Pumps, SpTtying Material, Cut
Flowers, etc. Oldest established
nursery pn the mainland of B. C
Catalogue free.
It J. HENRY'S Nurseries,
Greenhouses and Seedhouses
VANCOUVER,  -   B.C.
Our Entire Stock of
EXCURSION RATES FROM EVERYWHERE
For Prize L sts or Information
Address J, E. SMART, Manager
Ladies' and Children's
Ready-to-Wear Goods
and Fancy Goods
All New and TJp-to-Date Stock, to Clear at Cost aad
Below.
THE WHITE HOUSE,
A. J. B1RTCH,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
js THE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY, AUOUSff 18, 190*.
e
A I -A.ilttn Clahep.
On r.n fuciisiori lllshop Selwyn wim
poln. t.oivu tlie -lv** .Vatttula -rttli *
Maori -.-. lieu Die lAttvr, wto was very
lazy, left o!T paddling tlie canoe, at .l��r
.;i!'ie timo muttering that If Rel-ry*
were not ;i bishop lie would���weH, "^e
Cur him." In a moment tlie bishop told
tlie man to Him tlie canoe ashore.
where, stri_ plug himself of everything
episcopal, he snlA, flplnting to hi.
robes, etc: "The bishop lies there; tlif
��i:nn is here. I mn quite ready; eomc
���w.i." The .Maori did uot "oome on."
However, but quietly resumed his ifeth
without another murmur.���London Tit-
���I'.i Is.
1,;,-.
vith
tfR-.ll   .
ami i.ik
s. 1.
._!
__A
_>.v Vork SI��-.rlfT_.
Tlie reason why tiie slieriff of New
York cuuitoi l<e elected to two BOcces-
sive term, is tills; It Is the shorilt's
duly to cany out the process of courts
against oiiVitil delinquents during trial
and after eouvletlcra. Should a sheriff
endeavor forcibly lo hold over f��r a
second time afler having been defeated
for re-election he would lie tlio Instrument of tlie court's |)iotP3s nguiust
himself, a imrcdoslcnl po.'.ltioj whicli
the law nvo: il_ by making Mm ineligible tor re-elei.'tlou.
TH .
1'0    U- l'Y-s    :'..
���-rente [mt, cACh I'
���ton ,e cake neii
-.'lil-n ���!_ Clio top.
To preserve vepctuWes ke��-p the .! J
In wan r lu'til rciulylu cook.    I,,__:_ maj
be kept by .nryin,. tbom lu .tilt aud cur
rs'.;. nnd tu -nips by burying lu layers In i-.
b-ji oi Bind.
If, In nsinsr sour will; with soda fo-
irviih'i.cr-.!-.-::; ('T ii.i:f.-hb t ... milk ilovt- rvi,
loam ��r it should to produce tbo desired
tightness, a teaspoon. 111 of vinogar odd*_
lo t.A mil-, will give thr, dtisl-Ctil re5ult,
ttGfljlte&eBpurB BOluetluiCS thiol: nothing
����� 1 ba doiM with ould bukedpotatoes. Uu-
!�����__ overdose, they warm up quite .is satisfactorily as tbo boll 1, and Dolnionl-
eo's rooipo for corned beef hash oui is fer
"an i.;;ussl quantity of-fcoypod cold bakotl
K-ilDtoe..''
SHADOWS.
Ti..  .:-e_Kht Hhni.ov.rs tP-.r_ :--_?������ ���*?
I. : ..slow mu! renl, ihey fi'll isl.< ut u. "**_��J���
_h, liii 1 1st-1 a wundering dream ot met
Ar.-.l are you but u .viaiful ,li ..i.n of _ uuf
loDieiimes it seems tlie Hliailuwti are tl.e real.
Thr real _ceiiiS80iiitsliint_i faint and shadow?
drown,
llo won .Irons tr-te the drcunis 1 used to fcSl,
finch wondrous dreaming ull that i..iey ovrm
7-nr 1 li���i.c nil iho .render nf my dream,
Toi.iicli, tuoMti-ttntfOi I oo pdrplo to-__i trt_. I
And tlio dream's wonder dazes liii 1 seem
To be but dreaming now this dream o; yoo.
Tj. firelight shadows full about ui two
(Shadow and real, they m-fanul. cndlf-wly)���
Ob, hrcyoer but a wistful dreaui of you?
Aud am I bul tt wumlerinj. dreuin of mot
-rest VVheolur in Atlanta Cunslituiioa.
8TT.ANGER THAN  FICTION.
>1) I n >
��� t ������;
.11 l . !
A III;. t-oiK'il Pinos'r.
Conks in largo hotels and h'-if-ii
h_u_es may thiiiit tlioy ���.���'-' tip i..'..;.- on
lip Kcalo, but vs lu ii it comes t.n wholesa
cookery tlio li'lie vlllag'aof I.i.s, ur. ri
Loudon and Soutjiwcttoru railway, I2ng- |
land, f tirtiii. si s thcni all.
At a -barbecue hold there not ___gnf.fi
.lti ox was lolled, not. roasted, wbolo, and
' ''.his is how ii was dono.
A lar ire hole Wfcs dug in tho ground and
lined with brick. Inside this a tank large
"...'ini. li io hold *h_ ox was built The
* raiss v as thou Inwerrd into the tank,
tinving first beea placed in �� tar-o formed I
'by heavy crosshara, to which chnlns were
���aiachud. Pulleys from n scaffs-'ldiiig
sohovo '.vere used to raise and lower the ox
.Many vegetables, nuchas carrots, onions,
-T'sibftgcs nnd potatoes, woro boiled with
tie  meat,    'l'he  btsillng   ivciuiied   sovou
Injurs.���Portland TranscTlpt.
Calf Pat ton Ins In Italy.
Cor fattening a eftlf fresh egps In abim-
-Jnnco and (ho richest cream would oer-
. ininly seem to be an anomaly, for it is a
custom I'y ro weans usual, and it Is not
Bidiig. top'far to  say that lt is quite un-
| .'.i.'.vn to those who prepare veal for our
market,
In Italy, however, Ihc case Is quite <_>_���
ferent and calves Intended tn make vehl
(or special Ceasls  or  f ir very rluh people
-.'aim- Heer Are Uanus-roir,;.
ThetamenoBflot the deer in tlio Duke oi -|
Bediord's grounds is very remarkable
iCxcp.it tho nc.dln .ttl/.od .Isp.Iieso from
Powcrsoourt and elsewhere, they are wild
creatures, caught ln distant Islands aud
continents, from tho MoIucchs ar.il for
mo. i to tho Alia! nioiintaiiisorUioi.-,,; :tj|_
of tlisiiucla, yet thu difficulty is to l-.s-.-_
chcin wild enough, it is always dnngor
ous tog''ow.Bts__.s to tccaii:* U'.n.o and
familiar, if they lose thoir feiir of num.
they are liable to become dangerous at
.ortain se.ssons and nttack persons la ��
park or keepers us savagely ub tbey C.
their own kind, consequently all familiar
ity has to bo discouraged at other scaocnf
when the detsr are most anxious to he
friendly. With tho hinds this ls not hcoes
sory, and their confidence is very pretty
and engaging.���Spectator.
frequently f .!
their value  su   th
i.'.'.od and ni   wili
IjOCarel'u! ha- o
t-tsi calves  desl !'���
nrsde of eliisli .���;.-
\n: g niulc'zliitg -.'
.irtier thai liseyn i
disilpute "a   ti. ii
s!"e.iii_ hay <-i ;.  i
��_7
way, enhancing
oiiurmous prices ara
/'.  paid for the lies*.
ra got to be tha*
for this uristocratlo
'emned to a life-
i lukor basket, ln
by tiny possibility
ui in    natural  food
: ..jipeu to .una* their
A tinofl r_a��.
*'T wrmder why ;irti=ts are always, io
arufn! l ��� ��� noi ih   i | '.-������ores."
"i1.- .-���    .- ,.-? .-'���.���!  ,       ������:;.. : 11 thet��i
Modvat.
Marker���When you Rawjuisa yer rare
kbout life insurance, you tolti mo that the
company you were with was tho best in
the word.
Iualirjince As;ont���.Iy ���dn.-ftsir, it war. at
that time,  but liu   .ou.pany  I am now
with, having sine, aad the benefit ot my \
services,   hus of course taken that honor
����av from it.
lVs.t Hei' !ln_lnss���n.
"Wonian! ' ho ciinl lu a voice of thur
der. "Don't yuu know you'll drive mo t;
luy prrsve?"
"-..u!'' sho retorted, with n curl ot ]���_-.
nilsy lip. "Thn hearse driver will di
that!"���Up to .Date.
Would Try to Prevent It.
"TFhat a line little fellow." said the
patronizing old gentleman who had
been elected represeutative for four
successive terms from his congressional
district. Ills reuurk was addressed io
a kind hoaTted /arty holding in her
urinS a liilie ivllow who bliulsed grave-
ly at nil tlmt was going on.
"Yes," replied lhe lady. "Ilia father
ind I set n great deal of storo Iiy him."
"Well, he's a blight looking little follow. Mnylie he'll be a congressman
��me day."
"MRybe ite will," raid the mother.
"Rut," she added earnestly, "I'm goiug
to do my best to raise him right."���
Youth.
-"ii
A IlorM That   -Vn* Xn-allo-rcd AIlvv !
Iiy a Holt- From Ilia O.vn Tail.
li'roin Florida ooinos tho following lettoi j
[nun s'i voracious oorrospoudent:
"Being nn ex-soldkr and having only'
IB months to serve to aotuilre a title to a
quart��r section of land, I went to riolldv
In 1 tsBfi to put my plans iuto esur-utloii
Not being pasted as to tha Inudnuick). I
hud to hire a settljr to locato tlio l.ind fo_
me, Mini as wo had to get about eight miles
through woods over hnt_ roads, with uo
bridges, wo went horsobtfck, and in crossing a stream i noticed .lint my friend's
horse's tall caught in un old pine stump
pull lng n hair from the tall and leaving
the hair fast lu thu stump.
"Asyou know, a horsehair wlliturn __
asnako when in water, and I mado up my
mind to Wateh that particular hair. So
after locating my land and getting a Iok
house built I took my gun anil started our
on a Jinn.i, at.tl during my rumbles 1 can;.
to tho stream thut my friend and I had
orost-cd, and,-sure enough, there was the
horsehair snake its bis us my thumb and
over four feet long. As he was fast to thi
stump I lot him al_tsoand coll tin uud '".
hunt, bagging -sonic-quail, a rabbit auc
two si_i:i-i-_s, which gavo me a good me.-i
uf fresh meat. As 1 was very busy fur Ilu
next threo .vaults 1 had ttoitlnio to visit ni;
pec snake,iso you may jtalgoof juy sn]
prlsowhenon my nest visit tto find tl
gnako ns.big as a stovepipe und over *I
feef long As I wa.. noint. toiliavu a lc;
rolling the -next week I kept myscciutii.
'shut we could have some fan alter v,
���.���ere tSmu'gh our day's work. Ipot over,
thing T-.uiy u-rwl eont out my invitations
My fi'iond that showed mu the html cam-
with the rest-of tl-.i-m and told lootlhut his
horso tvas i-i_t or stolen Wc ail ���pitched It
av.-l did uigood dry's work nnd'bhtl a goon
dlunnr. -i t-t Kl tliem try s.cri-t an.l '.'.-
ctiit to tho branch. Vi,;t can Imiigimi om
Btirpriso v. hen wo found tho' BUuke as big
es ii saw log, with a bulge lu the lulddii
113 big nsnsugar barrel.
' .veil, to ji-.'.l at. long story short, w !
i'.tiled the shnfenjiiid uut l.im open, aim
my friend's lost horse 'tnin.jled but. We
thought the horso waa ueatl until ho coin
ir.tncocl to move, nnd soon rail li'rbund ni
right, antl my frieud Todt l.tiM-liomu !
havo heard a great deal about borsehali
i'Jiakcs, aiv! I!ii_ i.. the only insta.aco 1
know of \v!i'.;re a ht.rso was swulluwcd
alsvu by a h:.ip ii-uiu his; own toM " ���itial
tlmoro American
What the llonae ef l.oi-da la I'or.
The house of lords cannot now profe
to mnke the Ions of tlie nation, but it cat. j
and does prevent vatt changes being math
lu the constitution Iiy a snap vote or a
scratch majority, ft ii-_cs for -the'Britb.'.i
.lonslituticn v - hnt a \v.:tt-.:Ti tlticuuieu'..
unalterable except rtndir curtain BpcStti.
cobditlcuis-dQcg for othar forms of govei.n
ns-iii. Hut foi il, ! 'i:,.e.i,iiUi of our laiv.-
and libet'lies woalii lie ut- the mercy of any
man v. ho onuUI get ceturi i ,;f ti... t. .',
ooq] irons for 8.  hours     It consldui's  lib
legislation, unit 'though ln practice itjsel
dom vi'iini.:- toiuaku ichunges Itistiblu
io Insist on a ivfereu to ; i lhe canftt'-y If it
holds tjint a grtat-aud furreoohlng nuvolu
tion is i-elng nmdowlthilut thu elector*
tsoilii. r.'ii;l.v.'iwl:re of what is liapiisnillg
in lact, it '.iews the Haws sent lip t_it iu
; 'o  i.-'i-.t ni this question, "Qught thli I
iaw ir not amende'd to be rejected until i- I
aasl.cn   referred to tho  nation with  tt'-  '
.leninr.d, 'la it your plenume that this bill
ilir.li booomo law?' "���Lonilon.Spectator
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
NEW WESTMINSTER, RC.
���Founded 18@2 Incorporated 1893
Provides a ChriS-iaa Hcafte for Stadeiits of fcoth;1
�����exes tt moderate rates. Has a prepatiftety <class for
junior students taking -Public School work Does High
-School work aud prepares for Provincial TeacheTs' Examinations, Teaches *.l branches of a Practical 'Business
Course and confers Diplomas. Impart* a Liberal Education in its Collegiate Course, and in the Ladies' Course
for M. E. L^and ��.' L. A. Im. Theology -confers the de-
jgree of B.D. In University work cat take students through
the complete Alts Course for the B.A. degree of Toronto
"University., with which the College is in full affiliation. In
Science fceaefces the First Year of Toronto Schsool of Science, and has a Special Engineering Cintrse ndapted tc
.Practical Engineering work in this Province, In Music, a,
^complete course in theory, voice culture, and piano and
���organ, in conjunction with the Toronto college of music.I
Special instruction in art and elocution, while all students
are required to take physical training with all the pri.v-
ilegea ��f a well equipped gymnasium.
rto-tiec 4r? �� dn��ker. I
liuoretlft   Mott,   the   eminent   Qunkei
siliiisSr t" tl r.'_is!av?TT ainwi-h-, was �� 1
moti ni) el rare personal charm, and wltili '
not bodutlfill 111 tha strict sense of that
'nr.cneliliig term wus possossod of a face
'hot was llltlo short of it. Her brother,
I'lumit,: s'cian, l.nv.-cver, was not'In the
least c'.iiiikd ta any claims of tlint soil,
i fact whicli c-ti.-etl him as nnioh am uso-
un-n. as it-did airy one of Ills Iriends. 11.
a . o!.t.;-��sisCiMij'-nl'rli-Bd.Par his pioture,
br.t extondofl Utile hope .hatathioiniiuiroi
(Voltl.l'WUrtgOt whnt'ho naked for.-
"Will, Thomas," saU! the'other, "If
.'-,-c \\ ill noi getonetnt!0n foi-.UO, will thc_
'i'S nie lane a copy of on old onCr"
"lain  nfrnid 1 cannot, do thtit'Otthor,1'
reiiliul ThoMiiu.    "Tne lai't Is licit I onef
Hid have a plat-iira'taken of myself, and it I
was so Riioii 'thnt, 1 destroyed It."���liar-
oer's Round Table I
The nvef.-Ke'Cofl'ee-.rae In "lii-ia! .       ,j
'iroiiuces half u pound ol' i eaiia. '
APHORISMS.
Contoutineut pives a crown whore
fortune hal'h denied It.-T.ord.
t.'onsl ancy is the complement of nil
other human virtue.���.Ma/./.lul.
He who will not take advice fret.
knowledno when troubte cnei'takes
i iui.-Kafl'.v.
lihcunoretnie spetriis of himself tlm
less 'iw likos to hear lonotlier tniuefl
of.���Xh voter.
T'he readiest nud -surest Wify ;1o gift
rid of -censure sis to -correct -oni'sol ve_.���
lieinosthenes. *
1'hafncter and persona, force nre tbe '
only iiivex'.iiients tliat nre worth anything.���Whitman.
Tis uut your posterity, but your actions, Hint will perpetuate your memory.���Hutchinson.
Calumny would soon starve and die
of itself If nobody took it in nud gaf��
it u Induing.���Iscighton.
���Civility is in'charm that attract* 'tke
slovc df nil inen,.niid too much Is better
frtmil to show tcoJittlt).
HEIfl   QUAINT   CUSTOMS A.-.D   OJD
MODES  OF   fsALUTATIO.i.
'^latsorafe s-sct .1 Gonrtcfllc* Thnl In
Ivxelianjced la I.vei-?-_ny I.ire��� F.ai-
I, ro cen anil  KUxe/t ��� The  Eitl��|ne(te
ft Sn..'s-j-.es nn4l Vk.tp_s
:* rontrnst to some northern nations, it
. I.r.:i*l; too much la sti.. t-i^i ihe .toar,
,f -��� 1 . te-.cr tia-'. is hirin e ;-������! Hi-uinil
1 :.i re. is hitcli a isi.ice alaiut the buuihic-t
������:������;> an easy digniiy, lhat wboncver cir
aiiiiHlanues plat.- them in pesiiion.- callin;;
or tb(T-��-Uoh_)ui coiiitcsy Ihey very Million! fail lo respond, and thus it oomes to
j.a.s that in a iii:..a:-::..icr:;:.--_, in whioli
\ny man rf ahiniy���ounning ipcrbepe
. tiu'il hu lhe hotterVsuril���u ay rise to tin-
'lieiicst plac.'. rj.cn t'a.iiirh he start, liie a:,
i sime, the sell prodatiuing papvonu it-
���i' ctltally r,'!i.-u-isiei:t Tbis is not, how
������-.or, t.n Imply unit gnucburin ami tht
leasnut i-aannci.t v. hCa come fiom cvi]
:iS|n'8".',u:is or stupidity aro unkieiwn
,'t (oriuiiatc!/ tlio Itli- it-.1 iiy the iworagt
'���'.oar is cno that dwarfs rt linen cut of hi
i.iii-cl, at, ir, dois dovclojiujout of iniml
ind iho vii'oa to whicli the mnjorlty sue-
tun.b in early life loo oltBu i.iulufy thi
lost pron incut obiuiuenooinent.
it- is n pi'i-itv sight bi soo two elderly,
Ugnlflcd i'.ii.-oi-s snltito With mensuiod
,.aco, the eyes of eat II feed on those of tlie
other, they approach with a slight Inclination, holding liu right hands slightly ail-
ranced, 'ilny puss their linger tips to-
;otbor and beyin a volley of presbribed
aiiitatlons, greetings and inquiries, hard-
y pausing te -insert replies and ejaculate
"Grd bo praised!" Then each presses the
'iriger tips whicli have been honored by
t'lntact with thoso nf his Iriends against
'lis lips and then upon hia heart ash.-
raises bis head end redoubles Ur salute
Ions.
To every fellow Moslem the gS-eting ls
;i.t;ii "I_s-_iiliini alaikum" ( 'Peace be
into you") Tov.'hich the answer is "Wa
.):il kti!i'e.-'.-s.'i!iuii<"And toyou bo .pence")
in ibe ttnlielicvur the nearest approach tu
his peniftttcd is "Ala salaui' tok" ("On
hy peace"), which might mean anything
I ho wny to speed the parting guest is to
. .tolaiLH, '"Gial ^iv-e then peace," -or, more
���'���urlly, "Ju jieace.' To those whose pros
itneo hasaie.ex been desired it Is usual to
uxolnini In tones sufliclently explicit.
'Allah ihuun-akl" (''God protect theel")
Uu arrival it is customary tu exclaim to
she guest, "Welcome to theel" or "Mar-
laiibuli, ahlnu wa sahlaa" ('Ho welcome,
il liinno, ami at cilsa".). Courteous Inter-
"i.'gatorles tail thick end fast "How art
thou'r Thy housu."���the nearest approach
permit ltd to inquiry after a man's wife
��� Thy relatives* What news; Is nothing
.vt.1113?" To wliich ho replies, If there Is
filing specially to complain of: "All
; lgnt. thank Hod. .AU uru in prosperity.'
Ur. if Iiad news has to be given, "Gix".
knows   Hveij thing is in tho hand of God.'
When a Moslem meets a European ao
compaaied by a Mior, though the. latter
hu tho-servant, ho not Infrequently ignores
tho presence of the foreigner and offers the
salutation to his coreligionist, only, bnt il
ho passes a mixed company of Moors and
.lews, or Christians, he exclaims, "1'i.iec
bo .on the noonle of Islam." II two suoh
parties meet on tne ruau, um piu.,^ i���,
"Pence be to those accompanying the
Jews," or "tho Nnznrones," and it is suf-
llcleiitfor-one-of -eaoh -pnitysto givo and
return the greeting, though In the conn
ft-y several ofteu do so Inferiors saluting
superiors usually kiss tho hand, shoulder,
top of tho turban, or feet, or ihokneoor
stirrup of a horseman, according to tho
terms on which they approach. The mora
abject forms aro naturally onlv used to
i,,,���i,.��� __��,_.., mongn they aro einployeu
soinctimes to EuropetiBS. In tho extremity
of supplication the very feot of one's horse
are om braced
Tlio old custom of falling on ono anoth
ers .necks is still in vogue iiotwci n friends
ln'ig s..parated "Ian anil women restrict
tl.oir (;;-,ctings io publio io words, but
personally 1! \m._ son owhat, startled Iiy the
suilaiii embrace of ti negress whoso freo
thun my .father kail I'O'.'ll lhe menus of oh
taming when returning to the country
i.ter some years'absence Tho [;i.s_us on
���tuch occasions are, however, fortunately
.loliver. .1 Hii tho .iir or on the slionlilcr.. It
is customary te exclaim nt such meetings
'1 have been dosolatod for then."
To judge fiom 1 ho oxolniuntious ever on
die tongues of tlio Moors, they night, bi
un extreincly pious people, and oodoubl
thero aro aii-oug thiin those Who really
mean v, act they say, but generally thu
trust religious phrases have degenerated
into vain repetition l.labortlto curses ful!
almost as li'.'t !y
Whea I'.boul't:) 'repeat rumn part of the
Koran or n prayor, the petition ls coin
uionly uttered, "1 tako rofugo with (lotl
from "seta-,'-iho Stoned," nfid when any
thing gri .i.i-cr alarming oitaiiw ithry ox
ulaliu, "Xhere Is niiiheroliatigoJlrirpower
lavo in Qotl, tho-High, the Jligiity!" Qtin
rations frcmtlili Koran nro nh-o freely in
iroduecd in -convi-i.-t.iion Iiy tho leni'iietl
as nre provoi'hs t-ntl sayings lij tlie goner
idliytif Miicrs.a tniv.vlei:ge".if which is i.
gnat lalp in convert alien '
fcVVCrcl Ut! iu'KOClltl UlEllgWl o' -!<iH--'t
I fn i!.'.-t.'ne.iilti'.! tl.'ii. tl.ntidJi ntit'ct nhiieii
.o  limoenp,i ii ii t i lhe e-i-htii-Wlim li
���llll! who SPs'l'.'.lS, "'i III! turgflVMUUS-  ol  f.i,;':
tie on in fl slid ontheo!" io��h!ch l-horepl)
rs, 'JutHi-e nml | taWu ta Owl'" II :
tnan whoyi'.wia! it- public Unas nut- Hie i .-
proscribed ifurntuln, any one sprnklng Ij
ainriiuiyipl. uo'-UioiUickmrllis i ami to hi-
-couth, uut :!i:g .". plOOS si aU rie, as I !"
- .il Isjx'cn'ilti. ���.'. v,iih:pi-!if"nilirran un
. Icasnut'Opira't'.-.a: llll ���ye?'ring mouths
la the i .herh..ni!.iiny-t'i'"va"iri:iga new
.ar.t-iM iii' IsioUin.t Bpeelr.liy spruce ot
having pi-'fcrtv. -.1 inmo ci" i r or inflrllo
rl.ius t'.cr-'l's-i'i.-i .es lee coi-:; ti.aent. "Ill
���nihil t-ul;"'("-h: thy t iretirftii")
A sMoit bnov.s how to er.joy a good jo!:��
io the Hill, r.-i'!. Prilled un the Hour, ht
bends bacUvard iimi forv��l?d witlioul ro
itrulnt in his Ia-.ii.hicf Often ithe tcllci
if the stnry'-Vtll join ln'tho pnwcfii lo i
tllt'lng llieit lit--!'.!. l'-inilsifa"-abov.i ft,oil
iciuise.s'tiiOy roll back, tlioy briu-; ihen.
ogothei-'liua hourly thr.U_i liiteio nevei
.-tis a ittaiiiltr v.-t-.y-af i-tijii_rlii.it n joke In
.Blltl-l Tiie woa.cn when.happy give vent
o their f.-clings.l.y a eln-IH "Van yoo, yot
.-oo. yoo yoo yoo'"���rail Mall Hazetto
tCrn.y   hi   Miid^rntlnn.
Wife���If I  wore to ilie.  Phil, what
���.votild you do?
Phil -I'd be most Ol'iisy-
Wife- Would ymi inairyingtHu"'?
Phtl-iSo; I woiihin't be that craiy.
I    ... r...   i : ;i*. ip  vm% <
��� \ ��� d i-i $ Jm &'-s'Jk-jJ& '
t    N -^ V.    SVj H   l__i.!&-_-. -i��S'
] J7 <.Crop   dcntroyJrig
hir',3, Xt./ furred  and feathered
i^5ss_ri-_ iff. .       .
'pi-.r.i".  ere  tnsdo clior;
Rl   unerring STEVENS.
grM ^^ z--' ^ ;-"'-:cc
y7't^.0i-'---J   UI.-_.i_S���
/' I     3HOTGU-'3-PISTOLS
lire unsurpassed.
J. STEVENS ARMS Cc TOOL CO.
F. 0. Box 4093.
Chiropee Falls, Mass.
CHURCi.   iVOIlClL^.
.VI.-, SAINTS.
(AiigJican.)
Holy Coraniiuiloii���wt and 3rd
Sundays at 8:30 a.m.: 2nd and 4tk
Sundays nt n a.m.
Matins, 11 o'clock.
Evensong, 7:30 o'clock.
Sunday School at 10 a.m.
Friday evening, I.ilany at 7:3c.
kev. ]���. R. Bartlett. M.A... Vicai
CA'l JiOiUIC
Services first and third Sunday oi
��� each mouth at 10:30 a.m.; Benediction, 7:30 ���p.m
Sunday school at 3 p.in.
Low Mass and Holy Communion
j lirst and thiid Mondays al 6 a.m.
i
Rev. Father Wagner, O.M.I.,
Parish Priest.
A Hard Shot.
Among tbe stories told of Dr. Emmons,
��� well known clergyman of a former ilaj
���od generation, there are many whicli
*how his keen wit.
In the town where he was pastor then
lived a physician who was a pantheist and
took pains to let overy ono know lt. He
bad made frequent boast that he could
easily conquer Dr. Emmons in argument,
and one day came his ohanco. lie und th<
doctor met at the house of it sick man.
"How old ere you, sir."-asked tho pby
���Ician brusquely.
"Sixty-two," replied Dr. Emmons quietly, although his eyes 6bow;d his surprise
"May I ask your age in turn?"
"I've been alive since tho creation 1.
ono form or another," said the physician
eurlly.
"Ah, then I suppose you were with
Adam nnd Eve In tho garden of Edenf'
Inquired tho doctor.
"Certainly," came tho reply.
"Pm!" said Dr. Emmons placidly,
meditating on tho other's face. "I nlwnyf
thought thero was a third porson thero,
but some havo differed from me."���
Youth's Companion
METHODrST.
Services next Lord's Day at it
m.and 7:30 p.m.
Class meeting, after lhe morning
j ft vice every Sunday.
Sabbath .School at 2 p m every
Sunday. Prayer meeting every
Thursday evening at S.
Rev. T. F. Betts. pastor.
ST. ANDREW .S PEKSBVTERIAN
Serviees ne-rt Lord's Day at 11
a.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Ssinbath School at ioam Midweek meeting oil Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Rev. J. H. White, M.A.
He Won Moved.
"Did tbe notes of a bird ever move
you?" asked the poetic girl.
"Yes," replied Uie young man. "1 used
to call on n young ludy.and every time
the cuckoo anno'iinced the hour of IU I
went home."
And filch ns V.'.r:.
I   <TPhat ls it tbat tutikea men great,
jpapn."
r    "Persistent   advertising,  my son."���
! Cleyejaiid.Plain Dealer.
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.
^ .��� ���        m
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the period of years it is in service, you will see that "J-M" is
cheaper to use than any other prepared roofing. Being made of
s-.s5cy.'os, an indestructible mineral, it is permanently durable,
and as it does not require any coating or painting, its first cost is
the only cost.    Easily applied by anyone.
Asbestoside  is an Asbestos Sheathing and is the most economical, durable and easily applied siding known..
Ask for samples and prices.
!. W. XOHNS-MSNVSLLE CO.,
576 First Ave. S., ' Seattle, Wash'
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E3__aa_..,v. THE DELTA TIME?, TUESDAY, AUGUST
! ?*0-J.
gmamfmm 'jery-'-^r.
LOCAL NEWS.     Champion lletiirn.
D. Ounn visited the Royal City,
last. week.
Mrs. W. E. Lauing, [ot Everett,
Wasb., is visiting Mrs. Seymour
Huff.      	
\V. Hearle, of Boundary Bay,
lift, Saturday, on a visit to relatives
in Seattle.
Miss Foster went over to Van'
couver. Thursday, on a well earned vacation.
Mrs. W. J. Brandrith and infant
daughter, want up to the Royal
pity, on Saturday last.
\.:. B. Skibner went over to the
Terminal City, Saturday, to spend
Sunday with his family.
Mrs. G. T. Baker aud daughter,
Miss Irene, were among the visitors
$o the Royal City, last week.
Miss Mae Jordan returned home,
Friday, fiom-C.uster,. Wash., where
she had beenattending the marriage of her cousin.
We want sixty cases of strictly
freshieggs, fur shipment inside the
next ten days. Price 35 cents per
dozen���-Marshall Smith & Co., Ltd.
Mrs, Ives and daughter, Miss
ICellie, of Vancouver, returned
bome, Friday,, after spending a
week, visiting Mrs. J.^Perrum, at
Boundary Bay.
New Westminister, Aug. 14.���
Colored light fore and aft on the I
locomotive of the train warned New |
Westminister that their lacrosse
champions were abroad, and thej
citizens of the borough were ready j
for the moment.. There had been-
several faise starts in the way ot
cheering; the scouts must have signalled the near approach oi the
train and its gladiators before it had
appeared in the distance, or else it
was that there were some thousands who had to. bring their pent-
np feelings into loud expression, so
as to save the coroner's jury from
Returning a verdict that their end
bad come from excess of excite-;
ment and ot joy. But when thej
moment actually arrived and the!
train drew up at the platform there-'
was such a concatenation of noise
as never belore rent the sky round
any city of equal size to New Westminster. The boys screeched in
their most unnatural voices, rattled
an even more grating noise-producer or blew through hoarse horns.
The men never made more lusty
efforts to get real husky,, and. the
ladies hurrahed right on their top
note, while the steamboat at the
riverside grunted its harshest aad
noisiest warnings and the tramcars,
tooted their own fluty whistles. A
drum and fife band sounded in opposition to a contingent of brass instrumentalists, fireworks scintillated, torches flared, flags fluttered as
though in obedience to this storm
of discordancy, and everybody lived
through it and was glad with amazing gladness.
T_.-.5-:*-_*-_=
W    0?*kdR&
'rm^S>
Guaranteed upon absolutely safe security���first
mortgages oa substantial city properties Seven and
Eight PER Cent. C"ARsVNTi_ED, free of all charges,
upon sums ranging from Five H andred Dollars up.
White, Shiles & (&,
New Westminster, B.C
Agencies Represented���
Hartlotd Fire Insurance Co. Insurance Css, ol North America
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Brooklyn    The Ocetin Accident & Cunrwite. Corpurs-
Connecticut Fin- Insurance Co.. tion, Ltd., of t.oatlon, ling.
Imperial Truit Co., Ltd.1 Vancouver. B.C.
Mrs. T. R. Paterstm aud two
pbildren, of Vancouver, returned
bome, Friday,, after spending a
week visiting her parents, Mr. and.
Mr,s. C. Beadleston.
Friends of Miss A. Smith will re-;
gret to learn that she is laid up.
Mr. and Mrs. Whiting and family,.Mrs. Love and two children,, of
Buraaby, returned home, Saturday,
after   spending   a?  week at Hope
a*.,...,,,   rtrc    ircpxq.   Ul    MFT. fctllU.  LUX a,
\V. I. Bra*drith.
We are in receipt of a communication on the water supply question.
I the writer of which  doss  not wisn
ihis name published.    Now, for the
benefit of all concerned, we wish it
to be distinctly understood that  all
letters   relating   to   water   supply
m.it be published over the signature
.-.   11...  miiitat:     We are willing  to-1
j publish said, letter linden the  above I
i conditions only. |
Pastry Flour.
If you are not pleased with the quality of
the pastry you are making, ask your Grocer for
a. sack of
WILD   ROSE
Pastry Ploar made from selected white wheat.
No pastry flour has gained such universal merit
and approval as our WILD ROSE brand. It is
manufactured by a process distinctly our own-
especially ror pastry���and not for bread.
Sold by W. H. SMITH.
MANUFACTURED   BV
Vancouver Milling I Grain Co., Ltd.,
VANCOUVER, B. G.
To notify the people of Ladner and sur*
rounding district that we are ��ow in a
position to ofter Vancouver Island
Portland  Cement
At greatly reduced prices, making it possible for parties who contemplate building
to put in concrete foundations at about the
same cost as piling or other inferior
material
Write lor Prices.
*fi
Y lWR&S.
Mr. and' Mrs. Wm. Holmes went ] ���_      i   1      ���.
9v.r  to Vancouver, om Thursday1,      SHire!.^   LepOrilS.
^ast, accompanied bv Mrs. Davis, ofij-  '
\hat city, vyho had been visiting
here the guest oi Mrs. Holmes.
Mr. and Mrs. Holmes returned on'l Leghorn Cockerels, from good lay-
Briday morning. j inB straiB' for saIe-   APPl>'to
KEV. E.. R. BARTLETT.
.A.  number of Purebred   Brown
Mr, and Mrs. O. G. Lewis and j
family left, on Saturday last, fori
Vancouver, where they will make |
tfieir home for the present. Mr. i
Lewis was lately a member of the
firm of Caivert & Lewis. Mr. and |
Mrs. Lewis made a large circle of I
Iriends during tbeir stay here of;
about three years.
Lost.
Ou Sunday, 9II1 ins1:., at-or near
Boundary Bay,.a bunch of keys,
stamped F. TV Arthur, Ladner.
Finder please return to
THIS OFFICE.
Q^iite a iiuinber ot our- interested
fps&lents  turned  out on Saturday
last-to bid   farewell   to   the officers
and crew ol  the .Str. Transfer, but,
iybsn Capt. Gilchrist stepped ashore ;
andiaunouucad that the boat would'
pottbe taken off lor the present, the,
fjacld.iied count.nances  brightened!
t^P/iram&diately and everyone  was!
��lad to know that their old favorite
was going to remain with them.
Butter and  Eggs
Send   us your consignments.    We
will  give  you   highest  prices and
prompt returns..
MILNE & GUNN
13.7 Water Street,
Box 223,        -       Vancouver, B.C..
If You Have Not Ordered Your
BINDER TWINE
See Us Before You Do.
  1 11       1.11
Cherries, Currants and
All Other Berries Wanted
NEW WESTMINSTER,
R O,
SILVERWARE.
Cut Glass.
WatGheS and
All Kinds of Jewellery.
New Stock.
Call and See Them,
M Clausen,
LADNER. B. C.
Well Mounted.
Is every piece of harness that leaves
our store: Eaoh piece is fashioned
from tbe best leather and most
select metal, and the workmanship
throughout is first-class in every
respect. Our Sad lies are the.talk
ot all hor.e-bac'c riders for comfort
aud ea^se, and they are scrupulously,
made and finished by experience-i
operators.
Give us a call when  you  next
need something in our line.
Also
New Potatoes, Immediately.
Don't forget that[jwe want
All Yonr Poultry
at the very BEST PRICES
When You Require
Anything and Everything
In the way of Farm Produce and Machinery handle.., besides a Pew Specials for the
Farmer's Wife.
Furniture,, C&srtpeftsj LiDolauir._ Window'
Shades or Any Article of Furniture orj
Household Furnishings a visit to LEE'S:
STORE will convince you that there is the;
i$IGHT PLACE TO BUT,,
^isiWru Weleome, ,
E. T. Culvert,
GENERAL
DEALER
LADNER,  B.C.
B. C. Leather Co., Ltd.
112 Hastings Street. Vancouver. B. C.
ate ol
W.   L.   McBRIDE.
��� General Mcrctont,
Phone 5,   *   Port Quichon
.WW WESTMINSTER
13. C.s

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