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Array THE DELTA TIMES
.
Volume 7
LADNER, B. C. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13,. 1909.
$1.00 A YEAR
PROGRESS OF POLITICAL
CAMPAIGN IN THIS
John Oliver Will Hold Meetings Next
Week���Frank  MacKenzle  Had
Busy   Week.
With the near approach of the provincial elections interest ln the campaign in the Delta grows keener. Mr.
John Oliver, the leader of lhe Opposition, and the Liberal candidate ln the
Delta riding, to-Mowing his tour of the
district the week before last, has
ibeen busy elsewhere carrying on
the Liberal tight. He Is also a candidate for Victoria cilty and last week
addressed several meetings there.
Next week he will hold several meetings in Delta riding.
The most prominent feature of Mr.
Oliver's campaign for the week has
been his petition addressed to the
Lieutenant-Governor in which he says
that the voter's lists for many of the
constituencies cannot be in the hands
of the electors of these constituencies
���by   nomination   day   (Thursday   last)
DEATH Of SARAH JANE
MOORE OCCURRED
ON MONDAY
Mother of Mrs. Bartlett, of lhe Vicarage, Passes Away���Was Widely
Known  Throughout  Canada.
and  asking  to  have     the  nomination  quaintanoe     extended     in     Anglican
The death occurred ait the vicarage,
Ladner, on Monday last, erf Sarah
Jane Moore, relict of the late Rev.
William Henry Moore, sometime vicar
of St. Clement's near Winnipeg, and
a daughter of Henry Whyteheead and
granddaughter of Squire Whitehead,
Nan-ton Hill, Yorkshire, England. The
deceased, who was in her 03rd year,
is surved by one daughter, Mrs. Ernest R. Bart'lt'tit, of the vicarage, Ladner.
The late Mrs. Moore- for 27 years
had been one of the prominent, women of Winnipeg, where she was
loved for her many estimaible qualities. She was a woman of a kindly,
charitable disposition that endeared
her to all who knew her and her ac-
Church circles throughout almost the
entire Dominion. About eighteen
months ago she came to Ladner. to
reside with her daughter. She had
be. n In failing health ifor some time
and death was a Messed relief to her
sufferings.
The funeral was held on Thursday
illuming at 10 o'clock, services being
heild in All Saint's Ohurch conducted
hy Archdeacon Pentreath of Vancouver,  an   old   friend   of  the   deceased.
and election days postponed .at least
two weeks. Mr. Oliver's jietition was
dated November 5th, but the Lieutenant-Governor diid not aceede to it.
Mr. Oliver will be in Ladner to
address a public meeting on Tuesday
nigiht and on the following night
Premier McBride and members of his i
cabinet will ibe here and also address
a meeting. Locally the supporters of
both Mr. Prank MacKenzle, the Con-;
eervative   nomiinee,   and     Mr.     John'
Oliver expiTss the greatest confidence ] The  choir  of  the church   was  in  ait-
cthat their man will  be elected. | tendance  rendering the two beautiful
An election campaign is much like j hymn.-, "Days and Moments quickly
.a horse race, each man before the i Plying" and "For all 'jhe Saints who
race thinks he has the bettet chance; from their labors rest." lntermo.it
of winning. The spectators, for rea- i took place in the Boundary Bay eeme-
sons of their own, take sides and the , tery, a large number of people fol-
roce Itself is the only true and im.par- j lowing the remains. The pallbearers
tilal decision. were  Messrs.   H.   N.   Rich,   il.  Smith,
Mr. Frank MacKenzle has been! Reeve Hutcherson, A. Fawcett, R.
���busy during the week in his coastitu-;Smith an.l J. Perrem. The lloral tri-
ency. Thursday nig'ht of hist week he ' butes were many and beautiful,
held a big meeting at Ladner. Me- among '.he number being the follow-
Neely's Hall was crowded and he and ["frig: Cross, All Saint's Church com-
his supporters were given a most ait- jmittee; cross, All Saint's choir; cross,
iterative hearing 'throughout. The j All Saint's Ladies' Guild; cross, Mr.
applause wae enthusiastic and the]and Mrs. H, J. Hutcherson; spray,
Conservative workers proclaimed Mrs, W. L. .McBride; spray, Mr. and
themselves well satisfied with the Mrs. D. McKee; wreath, Mr. P. R.
meeting. On the following night Mr. j Bartlett; cross, the family; spray,
McKenzie addressed a large meeting, rs. E'd. Brown; spray, Mr. and Mrs.
ait Port Kells and on Saturday night a ..Marshall Smith; wreath, Mr. and
big rally was held ait Cloverdale. At- E. T. Calvert; wreath, Mr. a:id Mrs.
this meeting Messrs. Brown and Mo-1 Lalnnl-ng; spray, Mr. unci -Mrs. J.
Crcssun, two well-known Vancouver j Richardson; spray, .Mr. ami Mrs. J.
lawyers appeared nn the platform In
Mr. Oliver's interests. At this meeting Mr. MacKenzle stated Mr. Oliver
was not a properly nominated candidate, saying Hhat while he hud advertised   a   convention   to   be   held   at |
Surrey Centre on November 1st he At a meeting of the board of man-
accepted nonim-avion at the Ladner Jagers of the Presbyterian Church,
-meeting a few days previous and at | helcl ou Tuesday night, a resolution
which there was by no means a full ��� wfes passed to the effect thai*, tho work
representation of delegates. At the ' on file basement of the church be tin-
South Westminster meeting on Monday night  last, art which  '.here was a
PRANK J. MACKENZIE
DELTA BREEDERS BOUGHT MASQUERADE BALL WILL
SOME EIRST-CIASS
ANIMALS
Alex.  Davie and  A. 1).  Patterson
tend Government Sale of Purebred   Breeding   Sheep.
Ai-
BE HELD IN LADNER
NOV. 26
The "Do-It-Dandy ��
Masquerade  Rail in
Hull on   I riila v.   \
lib"   Will  Give
in   Me """ecly's
0.
Is
new
Messrs. Alex.  Davie ail A. D. Patterson   attended   an   auction   sale-   e>f
���pure-bred    breeding    Sheep    at New |
Westminster  last  week,  purchasing  a
number   of   animnl.-.      The   sale   was I
helcl under instructions from the live;
stock   commissioner   of   the   Dominion i
government,      J.       u.     Rutherford,   i
through Dr. S. F. T-jlniie", of Victoria,
pure-bred   breeding sheep,  aggregat- j
Ing  in   value   $944.50,   were  sold  with   Neely's Hail,  Ladner, on Friday night,
Tin- "Do-lt-Dandy Clui
organization In bad ner that has set
out with the determination to live up
to >ii>- fullest meaning of Its name.
It   breaks  In*ti    the   bun-Unlit   at  Me-
Novemb-r :16th, when it pro-poses to
send the laugh wrinkles greeting* each
otiher in menry reunion, Every member has taken a third degree In the
"Live Wire" club and they promise no
dull moments when a masquerade
ball,  under their  auspices, is held  en
Conservative Candidate for Delta
the intention of improving the strain
ot sheep throughout the province.
The aveiage price paid foi tne sheep
Was $10.Ou.
This  is an     xpe.-imc-iu   un   the  part
of   the  live   stock   commissioner     to
encourage breeders of sheep to secure'
lirst-el.es.-:   animals   to   improve-   their
flocks  and   If  i.  is  decided  that sufti-!
cient interest  ivas taken and that the   the 26th.
prices secured were reasonable the j Close's orchestra of Vancouver, has
experiment may be repeated another been engaged for the occasion and
year, (prizes   will   be   offered   for   the   best
Tne-   animals   soil   included   Shrop-1 dressed gentleman, tbe    best    dressed
tohires bred by J. and  D. J. Campbell, i lady,   together   with    a     1 by     prize
tiie famous breeders oi Ontario; which goes to the worsl dressed per-
itcbert Miller, of Ontario, and John I son at the ball. It is mot often that
Miille.-, jr.. also of Ontario. South-j the worst dressers have a chance, so
downs were secured from Teller " air. have the artistic taste of
Bros., of Ontario, and Robert Mc- ! "worst" dressing- highly developed
l"wen, of Ontario. The Hampshlres I here Is the opportunity. ln order
were obtained from Telfer .Bros, and'that there should be no coroner's jur-
Kobci-t .Miller. The Oxfords oame lea 'convened after the ball, judges
-from Tolton Bros., of Ontario, and ��� from Vancouver, who will be able to
from John Cousins, of Ontario. g-'t  awaj   first  thing  In   the-  morning,
Quite a   number  of sheep  breeders  will   award   the   prizes.
were present at the sale and bidding'     Mr.  J.  Johnston  has put forth  his
was   keen.     As    high   as   $27.60   was  bf"?t efierts  to  have  the lloor in good
paid   for  some   of   Campbell's   famous   condition.      Mess        it.    L.     Voorheis
.shearing   ewes,   while    other      prices I-
ranged   up   well.    According  to  some
' Perram.     Mur
! undertakers,
.-.hie   ct   Suns   were   the
moke: repairs.
WEDDING BELLS EOR TWO
HAPPY YOUNG DELTA
RESIDENTS
The    Mnyson-Prlce    and    Westwood-
Hook   Nuptials  This  Week���Will
Take ui> "Residence on Delta,
POLITICAL BIG GUNS TO
LAY SEGE TO THE
DELTA
Premier   MoBrido     unci   .John   Oliver
Will Be Heard in Ladner Next
Week in McNcely's Hull,
and Clio-. Brawn will act as M. Cs,
which, translated, means masters of
ceremonies, while Mr. L. Price gu-ir-
lees lie- will be quick enough to rake
in all the shekels that the gentlemen
Will throw him. Ladies do not fig-
uere in this as they are admitted
free, but those classed as gentlemen
will have- t-- pay a head tax of $1.50.
Alec Scott has been specially engag-
eel as chef at a high tigure and unless
he delivers the edible goods in c-las-
Mr.   Geo.   Westwood,   of  the  Boun-  sic style will suffer the most extreme
dary Bay road  slipped  eiuietly out  of  punishment in  the  ritual of the "Do-
the   Delta   last   week  end  and   on   his   it-Dandy Club."
return  surprised   his  friends  by pre-;
seating   his   charming  bride   to   them
of those who attended the sheep sold
were no better than some already In
the province. Mr. Davie stated that
he did not think the sheep any improvement, indeed not as good, on
sheep now  raised  in the province.
Wcstwood-Ilook,
r
.
The wedding took place on Wednesday night at the residence of Mr.
Harry Burr of two well-known young
people of the district in the persons
of Miss Evelyn Price, daughter of
Mr, and Mrs. David Price, and Mr.
Mayson, of Crescent Island.
I'Shed, that Is that a board flooring j The Rev. Mr. Owen, of the Re-
! be laid and the sides built up so that , formed Episcopal Church, New West-
large gathering, Mr. Maclv.enz.ie said; | til-; basement will be suite-hie for
"If I am elected.and the tolls on the I'hold'lng Sunday School In or for suc-
Fraser River bridge are not abolish-' lal gaitherdnigs and other like purposes.
���ed within two months after the first As the basement is eight f-et in
session of the provincial house 1 shall! height it can easily be rendered tit
JJ&lgn." The speaker said that three' s��r these purposes. Directly following   th.e   board   meeting   a   congrega-
/years ago Mr. Oliver made the state-
���"' ment that the tolls would come off the
bridge, three months after his election. As grounds for the belief of
tho Conservative candidate that Tie ! completed
could have the tolls removed, he pointed to the pledge of Premier McBride
of three years ago that when the financial condition of the province was
such as would allow it, and
other railways used the bridge, he
would be only too pleased to take
away the bridge tolls. Mr. MacKenzle said he had sulfide.,t faith ln the
promise of the Premier to stake his
veat In the house on its fu'fil'ment.
On Tuesday night a meeting was
held at Mud Bay when Mr. MacKen-
zie emphasized his pledge to free '.he
"Westminster bridge from tolls if
elected or he would resign.
Continuing his address he touched
on matters of particular Interest to
that section and spoke of the necessity of continuing the new cut off
"from New Westminster running south
and connecting wtth -'.he Eelgin road.
This would shorten the distance to
the city and it would give them much
better grades for hauling their produce.
Last  night  a meeting  was  held  at
tional meeting was held at which this
resolution was put and  endorsed.
The   proposed   -alterations   will   be
in  about a   month's  time,
when services will be again conducted
in it.    The plastering a.id  raising of
the church which have been In progress   for   some  time   past,   have   al-
when Ireacly effected a most desirable change   parous   career
in the building. joins
minster, tied the nuptial knot. Ml'.
McLean, of Xew Westminster, supported the groom, while Miss Ruby
Price, sister Of the bride, was bridesmaid. Miss Audrey was a charming
little  Mower girl,
Followln gth.o marriage ceremony a
delicious supper was 'served to the
wedding party and a number of
friends after which the merry party
had an enjoyable dance. The young
couple will take up their residence on
Crescent Island. They have many
friends throughout the Delta who
wish them a long, happy and pros-
in   which   the   Times
The Delta will have an opportunity
next we-;-k of hearing both sides o,"
the politica] issue right from the
heads of the two parties themselves,
as both Premier McBride -and John
Oliver are  billed  to speak at  Ladner,
Mr. John Oliver will arrive from
the Upper Country on Tuesday afternoon fend will ipetck In McNcely's Hall
in   the  evening.
The Premier will speak at Port
Langley on Tuesday next and the following day will come to Ladner by
special steamer anil will address a
meeting at McXeely's Hall. After the
.meeting be will leave at once for
New Westminster. It is probable that
Attorney-General Bowser and other
numbers of tiie cabinet will accompany the Premier here and also address the meeting. A gneral invitation is extended to everyone to attend
both  meeting's.
The happy young lady was -Miss .Mary
Hook, who has recently arrived from1
Scotland. Tiie marriage took place
at Xew Westminster Junction on Monday. .Mr. ami .Mrs. Westwood wi'.'.
take up their residence on the Boundary Bay road. The 'rime- joins \i\\
extending   rongratuki tions,
a.  |
AX.VUIS ISLAND BRIDGE.
MIl.K-HEINKING CONTEST.
six Boy
tot
Will   Meet   in Drinking  < e>n-
al   Moving   Pie-lure   Show
To-night,
A mHk-drjnklng c-on.r-st will be one
of th- meatureg - f the moving picture show to-nig'ht. Six boys will
compete to*" cash prizes, drinking
oiilk out of a ni*"*sery bottle as we all
'  ' did  in our babj  -lays.
School Qhiidreri Fesldlfig oii Art--' Mr, Clark, manager oi the show,
nac-is Island will iiei-eafter be enabled gives Roilcs thai i very Saturday night
to attend school without interruption, he will give aWa-y a cash prize of one
At the meeting of the School Board .doilar. Every person attending the
held las! Saturday a communication show will, receive a coupon. During
ivas received from residents on that Lhe performance a drawing will take
place asking for a bridge over Dred-1 place und tin- person holding the
ger ditch so that school children could i lucky uiinil er will receive one dollar,
attend   school      regularly,   something j 	
they have not been able to do hitherto when there- is much water in the
ditch. The secretary was Instructed
to reply that the board would supple- the necessary lumber If the
residents would do the work. It was
entered on the minutes that tha
granting of this must nm be taken as ''''"'"J',1.1.*;.*"
a precedent as the ditch is not on
school property.
The usual accounts for salaries
supplies, etc., were ordered to be paid
and the resignation of Miss M. Wil-
loughby, uf Inverholme School was
accepted.
CONTEST  EOR  DELTA.
biteresllug Competition open Onl;
Residents  ol  the  Delta.
NOMINATION
FOR THE  COMING PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS, NOVEMBER 25
District. i "onservaitlve.
Atlin    Voting,   Dr.   H.
Albcirni     Morgan,  Dr
Oaribuo   ('J ���     Oallahan,
Fraser,  J
Chilliwack Cawley,   S.   A Munro.
Comox M.   Mons.,ir Forrest,
Liberal. Socialist. Late  Member.
E Reams,  Thos Yeiiing,  Hon.  H,
D Brewster,   H.   C Brewster,   H,   C.
Dr Jones,   Harry    	
A Yorston.  J.   M	
A.
C.   W Munro,  C.   W.   (Lib.)
W.   McK C-iitwright,   J Grant,    R.    (Con.l     	
 Duncan, \v. tb)   	
Cranbrook Cavan,  T King.   Dr.   J.   H King, Dr. J. H.  (Lib.)   . ,
Coewlchan    Ha;>ward,   W.   H J.c.N". Evans   Fitch,  .1.   W Hayward,   W.   H.   (Con.l.
Colunnbla Piarson.   H.   Q     Buchanan,   J.   A ' Parson, H. G.  (Con.)   ...
���     , ,,,,.,., ^  Delta    MacKenzle.  F.  J Ollve-r,   John     ,',,   ,,, Oliver, J.  (Lib.)   	
Sunbury and   Mr   MacKenzle  arrived j Uewdne      Manson,   W.  J Thompson,   A.   (a)      Man��on,  W. J.  (Con.,   ..
tn   Ladner   the   following  day   to   at- E9(m-malt Helmeken,   H.   D Jardine.   John       Jtu-dine.   J.   (Lib.)    	
tend the nomination.    Mr. Oliver was pe).nie    RoaF|   w    R p A    j Harrlniton,   J Hoss,  W.   R.   (Con.)   ....
unable to be present, being busy else- Greenwood Jackson,   J.   R MacDonald,  A Hetherington    G Naden, G.  R.   (Lib.)	
Readers of the Times will have the
Of   competing   in   an   in-
i teiestinig   contest.      Denny   *    Galloway,   the   Xew   Westminster   furniture
] dealers,   ire running for the D>?'lta only
ias   outlined   in    their     advertisement
* isewhere.    Prizes will  be offered  for
the most number of words made from
the  le'.ters   in   the   words   "The   Co-m-
plet.*-   Houseful nishers."       Xo   proper
naimes   will   count,   Hint   is,   names  of
persons   and   plaices   are   not   allow -
able.    The  competition  opens to-day.
Saturday,   November   is,   ami   closes
Dece-m-Uer   11.     The   results   will    be
published     on   December   IS,   so   that
tne   prizes   will   be    received     before
Christmas,
The       prizes   are;    First   prize,    a
handsome      valour-covered      couch:
E.   (Con.l      211second   prize,   a  pair  of  the  best  lac-
(Lib)      22 J curtains In Denny .^* Galloway's store
Jones, H.  (Lib.)         32 |jind the 1'Oth prize an English Axmin-
Vorsitein, J. M.  (Lib.)     311 ster  rug.    Mr.  r\   T.   M.  Sapsl'ord,   of
M.ej
211 Vancouver, will be the jtulge and  his
80 Idecision   will    be    final,      Address   all
I lists of names to Denny & Galloway.
'���'"   Sixth  street,   Xew   Westminster.     For
further    particulars    see    advertlse-
meiiu elsewhere in this issue.
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ASKED TO ACCEPT CALL.
where in the province, and Mr. Fras-1 G.rand   Forka    Mil]el.    K
er,  secretary  of  the  Liberal Assooita-; |s,and& MoPhillips,   A
tion,   looked   aefter   his      nomination ICa,nlo(>,)s Sll.,w,   c.   V.
Va,leTS\,  ,   ������   ���, �� .u M^slo Mackay,   N.
Mr.  Robert Oliver, son of the can- IIjillooet Bell    Jas
didate, tells the Times .that owning to Nanaimo' '.',.' V..' V..".'..".',1'lanm,  A.  B.' '.
the  position   ocf his  father  as leader, INowxast*e .'.Sf.ewatit    J
it is Impossible for h'lm to get around U;olson "] ','.'.   ... Wright,   Harry
j Okanagan     Ellison,    P.    ...
iRevelstoke    Taylor,   T	
IRIcivmond     Cotton,   F.   L.  C.
, Rossland Braden,  W.  R.
Sloeena Mtuieon,   W.   ..
ISaanich '.   ...E'berts,   D.  M.   .
��� Sunilkameen Shatford,   L.   W.
;Sloetan Hu liter    W.    ...
87  AI
MeHnnes, J.  (Sex1.)         8S
....       0
 Patterson,   D Mclnnee,   John
E Pun-vis,   P McPhlUips, A.  E.  (Con.)
 Vasey,   H.   M ,,,   ,, Fulton. F. J.  (Con.)   ...
F Keen,   J Mackay, X.  F.   (Con.)    .
���the constituency as he would like to,
but that If circumstances will permit
he will endeavour to meet the electors In Delta riding at several places
previous to the election. This week
he was busy In the upper country and
lae*: week on Vancouver Island. He
expects lo roach Ladner Tuesday
iciifternoon to address a meeting In his
interests on Tuesday evening.
. .Kagleson,   M	
.Thomas,  J	
.Crease,    E.   A	
. IK-harl,   F.    R	
. Eindmark,   E.   F.   (b)
. FaiTis,   J.   W.   del*.   . .
. . English,  Or. j.   M,   . .
. Ki'i-giin,   W.   T	
 Engleson,   M.   (Llh.)   	
.Hawthoriithwalto,   J.   H.   . ��� .Hawthornthwaite,   .1.   H.   (Soc).
-Williams,   P Williams.  P.   (Soc.)    	
.Mathewson,   J Hall.  Dr.   G.  A.  B.   (Lib.)   	
.Johnson,  Jas    Ellison,   P.   (Con.)    	
��� Kemptler,   G.   H Taylor,   T.    (Con.)	
 Cotton, F. L. C. (Con.)   	
��� CUsey    G Mncelonalcl, J. A.  (Lib.)   	
. . . .   .'. Kergin,   Dr.   (Lib.)    	
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Largely   Attended   Congregational
Meeting On Tuesday Mslu This
step Was Decided Dpon.
EXCITED OVER MURDER.
CAIRO, Ills., Nov. 10.���Excitement
over the murder of Miss Annie Policy,
whose body was found In an alley
here yesterday Is at fever heat. Olfi-
zefte are aroused by the developments
since  midnight     and   thre  is  talk   of
Vancouver  (5)
 Bowser,   W.   J	
Macgowan,  A.  1-1.  11
|McGuire,    Dr	
Watson,   H.   H	
'iTIsilall.   C.   E	
Victoria  (4) McBride.   R	
Davey,  Fre/1   	
Bedinsen.  H.
iThomsem,  H
Westminster Gilford,   r.
lynching  Will James,  one of the  ne-]Vale McBride,   R.
grn  sUspects  held in  the  city jal'l,  in  Ymlr Scbollelel,   .1.
connection with the crime. Note���(a)   Local   Option Liberal;  (b)  Independent  with  Liberal  endorsement
F.  W.
I!.    . .
. Brydeii.   T.   S Hberts.   D.   M.
 ' . '   . ' ,    Shatford,  L. \"V
 Bennett, Qe  W Hunter.    W.
 Harris, ,1. C.  (c)   . .
 Kingsley, E   T	
 Mackenzie,   W.   M.   .
 McGregor,   M	
 Garvey, P	
 Pettlplece, R. P.   . -
 Oliver,   George    ....
 Morley,  A.  J.   (ci   .
(Con.)
(Con.)
(Con.). . . .
. .Wade,   F.   C.
. .Senkl-r. J.   H.
. Campbell.    J.
. .Macdonald,  G.
. .Stables,   J.   B.
.Oliver,   John
. .Drury,   R.   L.
. Houston, w l
. Munn, H. A.
. .Johnson, J. j
. .Henderson,    S,
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..Dodd,   W.   (c)
Bowser,   W.  J.   (Con.l   	
Macgowan,   A.   H.   B.   (Con.)
Tatlow,   II.  G.   (Con.)   	
Garden.   J.  F.   (Con.)   	
McGuire,   Dr.   (Con )   	
McBride,  R.   (Con.)       424
Davey,   F.   (Con.)        307
Behnsen, H. E. W. (Con.)  ..
Thomson.   H.  B.   (Con.)   	
Gifford,   T.   (Con.)   	
Hen-lerson.   S.   (Lib.)    	
The Rev.  Mr.  Hasty,  who has sup-
piled the  Presbyterian   pulpit  in   ',   1-
ner for the past several Sundays, will
be  extended   a call   to  the  pastorate
5  of that church.
2501     At   a   ennui-, golional   meeting   held
171 I or.   Tuesday   night   this  step   was  ele-
14 Icided  upon.    The meening was an un-
561 usually Incnge one and   Lhe motion  t"
70   extend   the   call    was   carried   unani-
! ^   rhously.    During  bis  several  Sundays
98 here   Mr.   Ha.-tc    has   made   a     most
74 i fa-voraible   impi-essinii   ami.   if   he   ac-
iee-pis,  will  no eleiub;   prove- all acquisi-
981 j Hon to the church and the iuunicip:i!-
979 j ity.     He   is   ai   Ontario   man.   having
held  several  pastorates  in  thai   province.    For the past  year he  has been
in  Australia returning to Canada  last
month.
Messrs.   11.   I >.    Benson      nol   Wm
2S71 Smiley   were   appointed   de]  sates   to
187 ettend a special me-ftlng of the Pres-
1:''-   hytery,   which  will   probably   be   held
82' in   Xew   Westminster,   to  extend  the
11.
..Oliver,   I.   M Schoiiebl. ,1. H.  (Con.)
(c)   Indopendcivt;   (d)   Canadian Labor Party.
86   call.    There- is every reason to believe
that Mr. Hasty will accept it. THE DELTA TIMES
SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER,   13,   1909.
j LATE TICKS fOR THE BUSY
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SAN DIEGO, Chile, Nov. 6.���Ac
cording to a despatch received her
from   Lima,   Peru,   the  United   States! William   Court
RIGHT HON. (UI.l.Y
LONDON", Nov. 6.���The
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DAD.
Right Hon.
has   offered   to
from  Peru  for
buy     a   Paeilic
a  coaling station.
Gully,   flrst   Viscount
Port'Selby,   died   today,   aged  71.
  ANOTIII'R  BIG  RANK.
GAZETTED TODAY. MlnTO   vn\>v    ..-        ��     ��       ^-    ,
NEW    YORK,   Nov.   6.���New   York
������ERNIGKRODE.  Prussian  Saxony,   ls t0  have  another   "Hundred million
engagement   of   Duke  dollar bank"  to be    known    as    the
Mecklenburg-  Mechanics    &    Metals    National.    G.
Brunswick,    to  Gates W. McGarrah will be president,
of     Stolberg- 	
BOMB  FACTORY  RAIDED.
PARIS,   N
jt
Nov.   10.���Tn
Jonann    Jelbrecht
Schwerln,   regent   of
Princess      Elizabeth
Rosaia,  was gazetted yesterday
MICH  STOCK  TAKEN.
6.���Their attention
| having been attracted by several small
NANAIMO. Nov. S. ��� A luge explosions the police late last night;
amount of-stock has been subscribed raided an apartment of two Russian
locally for the herring and canning refugees whom they caught making
factory now building her.', Nanal*mo- -bombs. The- men were taken into ous-
ites having faith In this most Import- j tody and a quantity of explosives were
ant branch of the fisheries in their'seized.
twin  harbors  and   adjacent   waters.
ASKED  I'lll! PITY,
PARIS,   Nov.   HI.���"Have     pity   mi
me,   I  am   an  unhappy   woman,     who
should   not   be   tortured."      This   ciy
came  from  Madame  Stelnhell  yesterday  during    the    testimony    of    the
jewellers    with       reference     to       the
changes  of jewelry   confided   to  them
by   the     prisoner.   The     jewelry     she
originally claimed had been stolen by
the assassins.     The prosecuting judge
responded   that   che   accused   always
repeated that cry when she was em- j
barrassed     for     an     answer.      Mmc
Stelnheil   is  on  trial   for   the  murder i
of her husband and stepmother.    She]
admitted  anew  that  she  had  certain i
jewels, the  gifts    of    her    admirers, I
imelted, but she maintained that    this
was done to keep    them    from    the
knowledge of her daughter.
THE  OOOK  RECORDS.
COPENHAGEN, Nov. S.���The consistory of the 1'niversity of Copenhagen on Saturday declined to accept
the proposal of the National Geographic Society that a committee re- !
presenting the Ameilcan body be pres- |
ent when the North Pole records of
Dr. Cook are first examined.
MORE  INDIAN  TROUBLE.
VICTORIA. Nov. 6.���Word has
just been received here of trouble
with the Indians of Kispiox, near the
headwaters of the Skeena. Fifty
armed constables raided the Village
this morning at daylight. A number
of shots were fired, but the particulars are not yet available.
DANGER   OF   MONOPOLIES
NEW  YORK,  Nov.   9���Dr.  Charles
A.  Eliot
TO PIT BAN ON* KLING.
CHICAGO, Nov, 8.���Regarding the
reported plan of the Chicago National
League management to turn John
Kling over to the Brooklyn Club B.
son   of  the  National  Commis-
as  president  of the National i ���    T  . _
���. ..        . ... .     I ri.   Jonn
Conservative Association yesterday ls-l8lon  gays  th.u   ,���   t]le  event Kllng  is
traded   the  club securing his services
will   be   unable     lo    play    the    star
sued a statement on the danger of the
monopolistic control of the sources of
power in this country which he declared to be urgent. The statement
is in the form of an appeal to
the American people and deals particularly with 'the much discussed
question of the coal fields Of Alaska
and sheds light on that situa'.ion. It
says: "The National Conservation Association is convinced of tiie urgent
need of immediate measures to prevent the control of the great sources
of heat and mechanical power in the
United States from being seized by
monopolistic organizations and lei secure the' best developed nt of these
sources in the interest of the whole
people."
i-atcher during a period of four years.
FATAL  FIRE OCCURS.
WINNIPEG, Nov. n.���A special
[from Warrnad on the Canadian Northern Railway. Winnipeg-Port Arthur
line in .Minn-sola, says: One of the
worst accidents recorded in Warroad
oocurre'd yesterday, when .Mrs. Nels
Jensen and five children lost their
lives. Mr. Je nsen is not expected lo
live. Mr. Jensen was starting a lire
with -gasoline, whieh exploded. I..
Gen-it.  who  was  passing  .it  the  time
CHARGE  AGAINST  POLICE.
NELiSON, Nov. 6.���The police commission held a short session today,
to enquire into a charge preferred by
a ticket-of-leave man named McPher-
son, who made a declaration that the
city police retained some of bis
money when they arrested him.
McPherson did not appear, and a
week's adojurnme-nt was taken to try
and  find  him.
WINNIPEG  GRAND   DRY.
WINNIPEG, Nov. S ��� That a suitable farm be provided for use in connection with the provincial jail, that
a domes-tic science course be established ct the Agricultural college, and
thai the pay to jurors be made .*"" a
elay instead of $3 were the chief recommendations in the report which
the Grand Jury presented to Justice
Richards in -.he assize court on Saturday.
WANTS TO REFEREE,
SAN   FRANCISCO.   Nov.   li.���Eddie
heard the reiporl an,] saw glass flying' Graney, clean of referees, has entered
from the windows. He rushed in j the game and will go East within a
and met Mr. Jensen who wns wrapp- ' ,, ,... fjaya to try to land the Jc-ffries-
ed with Humes. Taking his overcoat Jchnson light tor San Francisco e-oun-
off he succeeded in smothering the ty. He and Jimmy Coffroth, the San
lire, but imi imiil Mr. J-nsen was Francisco promoter, who is confident
badly burned. By this time the fire 0�� -winning the light, long ruled Coast
had gained such In i-dway thai it was pugilistic- affairs,'but they had a fall-
imposs'bie t , ge t in and there being -nf, out several years ago and Graney
no ladder, entrance to the upstair-- nas ,,ec,n a'len.lincf to his own business
was   impossible.      Two   . f   the   older   Bjnoe
girls   s:ive-el    Huh-   Uvea   by   .jumping''  -
out   of   an   upstairs   window,   but   the
others  were   burni 1   in     their     b   I-.
EN   DAYS.
Mrs.  Jensen   was sick    in     i
youngest chilil being a week
bin
DR.   SPROl I.r   HONORED.
TORONTO, Nov. 10.���Seldom has
S more r ,,������-. ���... -. ,., hering been B .
seen in Orang ��� , ircl s in this olity
than ihat which assembled a.1 the
Temple bulldir.ig to him..-.- Dr. T. S.
Sproule, .M.l'.. gran 1 master and sovereign of the order in Canada. The
meeting was held under the auspices
'��' Ionic- Lodge No. 16113. Dr. L. M.
Crow-trier in p.-eip., ing the tons of
"Our" Guest" review.d the public- and
orange career of the Grand Master,
and on behalf of Ionic lodge presented him w.-ch a portratl of hims -if in
o|le. Dr. Spr-uile on rising to re p]y
wis given a gri ii o' atl en, Aifti r
thanking   ail   pri -- nt   for   the   hearty
rece-pium   h |   ;;:ilt   vvordd   failed
him to express his gratitude for their
magnilic-iii g y. In ,Vg-i.-,l 0 the
Orange ordi r he urged Its members
io fiiriii a close r alliance with the
churches and pastors i : the country
so thai  Hi,   grand  oil   Protestant  re-
���'*-"'"" "shouli    maintained.     I.:' -.-
Dr. Sproule presen ed bis pocrtr idt to
County Master William Bush as trua-
lee lor the  County    Lo Ige    an I    i-,-.
 s''  ''  'hal  H   mil;:,;  be  hung mi the
walls of ih- County Lodge as long as
the order remained  In existence.
IONS  GOT
TORONTO, Nov'. H.���A ripple of
astonishment ran through the Qourl
when Judge Winchester sent Fred W.
("Micky") Ions, "f the Tecumseh
! i ���:��� issi team, to jail for ten clays.
without the option of a fine, for as-
Kalls, during the
game of lacrosse at Scarboro Beach
on Civic Holiday. Ions kicked th.
member of the Toronto team iu tin-
face while tiie hitler was stooping
down to tie bis shoe. Tin- jury con-
vlcted the defendant of common assault. In Imposing tbe. sentence, His
Honor said: "You ought to have
known better, Ions, If the game- is
going to l)e the national game il must
be kept clean."
CENSURES   EXPENDITURE,        j
OTTAWA.    Nov.    8.���Criticism    of
the public expenditure is contained In
the first volume of ih,- Auditor-General's report, which is now ready for
parliament.     Mr.   Fraser  "ge-ts  after"!
the-  Senate- and  Commons on  matters
of  internal   economy.     Ho   wants explanation   why   leathi r     trunks     are
given tei a tew    officials,    when    the
civil   service  as a   whole  does  not receive   such   perquisites,     The-   co n s-
pondence   does   not   show   nny   reply
to the question.    There is criticism of jzenshlp   which  is
increases  In salary  whieh   are-,   in  the ; We stern   Cani.ebi.
auditor's  opinion,
TRANSIT OF COMET
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 6,���Hal-
ley's comet will pass across the face
of ihe sun mi May IS next, if calculations made- by Father G. M. Searle,
('. S. P., the Xew York asirotiomei*.
received at tin- Harvard College observatory today proves correct.
Father Searle based bis intricate eal-
- ulatlons from observations made ai
Mount Hamilton, Cal., mi September
(2, 13 ami 1 I. ami at Williams Bay
,,n Septembi r 20 and Octpbi r in.
Concluding the table of ("educations
Father Searle siaie-s: "These elements give a geometric conjunction
in iln- longitude nl' lb- cornel with
to- sun mi May Is, Greenwich mean
time, the comet's geometric altitude
being then plus four degrees 15
minutes. Although the result cannot of course be accepted as final, Ir,
seems ejulte probable that there may
be  a  transit."
the   Civil   Service   Act,     fn   the   ease j
of the Senate officials, he has bloc-keel
increases.  , The   Commons,   by   using'
letters of credit,  has paid  its officials
on an Increased basis, an.l the auditor!
will demand either a refund  or legislation  legalizing what  has be---n done.!
Payment   of  the   sessional   Indemnity
to three senators who did not attend,
elicited   certificates   that     they     were.
111.    The reports deal mainly wit i the
customs,   judiciary     and     legislative
departments.    That regarding the big
Appending    departments    is    not    yet
ready.
SOUNDS   WARNING   NOTE.
OTTAWA.   Nov.     6.���-Lord     North-
cliffe,   addressing   the   Canadian   Club
here today, sounded a note of warning as  to  the  class  of Canadian  citi-
be-ing deraloped   in
He   said   that   the
i  contravention  of : United States wis trying to assimilate
each year one million people of Interior races from Southern Europe
with the result that lower ideals of
citizenship prevail. He was sorry to
see signs of similar conditions in
"Vc stern Canada at the pre-sent stage
eif development, when the character
of the nation was being formed. It
wis highly important, Lord North-
ollffe sad, that Canadians should endeavor to create British Ideals of
citizenship and should strive against
Aamertcan id'als which had been
marred by the immigration of millions of people of inferl -r races.
VER! STUPID OF HIM,
By   THOMAS   KENT   WATERMAN.
[Copyright. 1S09, by American Press Aseo-
ciatlon.J
A girl sat on ihe porch of a farmhouse knitting. Up the road came a
man. He stopped before tbe girl, who
sat meditating with ber eyes on ber
work. Presently she looked up. Seelnc;
him. a glad smile was about to break
out on her II[is. but she repressed it.
"Well. 1 declare!" she exclaimed.
"Where did you come from? I'd as
soon have expected to see your ghost
as you."
"I should have been xcry much disappointed," replied the man, going up
on to the porch aud taklug a seat, "to
see your ghost. I prefer to see you In
the flesh."
"Let rae see. It lUUSf be ("even or
eight years since you left You went
away the day after���after I saw you
last, didn't you?"
"Yes. 1 left you standing on this
very porch. It was twilight, with a
moon in the first quarter. I went
down the road there determined ihat
you should never see me again."
"And what brings you back now?"
"1 came to get married."
He was looking ber In the eye.
Though Inwardly she winced at tbe Information, she succeeded lu appearing
indifferent to It.
"Who is the happy woman?" she
asked.
"I've answered a question. It's my
turn to ask one. Are you married?"
"No."
He sat looking at ber inquiringly,
and she continued:
"There's never been any one here
who wanted me."
"Nor any one you wanted."
"That's right"
"Same here. I've remained single
since 1 ieft you because there was no
one I could get that 1 wished to marry."
"But now you can get tbe oue you
want?"
"No, but I must have a companion.
I feel myself getting old. I'm thirty-
two."
"And I'm thirty."
"So I concluded to come back here
among the people I was brought up
with, marry the first girl I could get
and tnke her back to tbe most God forsaken country a woman ever lived in."
"You won't bave any trouble getting
a girl to go with you. but it's not much
of uu outlook for her."
"How about tne?"
"She'll be constantly mourning for
civilization nnd to see ber do so will
be very hard on you."
"You wouldn't marry a man who
was intendiug to take you to such a
country, would you?"
"Yes, if 1 loved him."
"And make bim miserable by mourning for these beautiful bills?"
"I'd try not."
There was silence for awbile between tbem, broken by the man.
"Seems to me that If you had got to
the state I have, tired of living alone
and didn't care whom you married, and
I could give up my Interest out there
you'd till the bill."
"If 1 married you I wouldn't let you
give up your Interest out there, wherever that is���not oo my account."
"But you said you'd do that if you
loved tbe man."
"Yes: that's what I said."
"But if you didn't love the man"���
"1 wouldn't marry blm at all."
Another silence. Tbe man sat tap-
pins bis boot with a stick be bad cut
beside the rond.
"I'm sorry about that." he said presently. "I didn't know but that if yon
felt the same as I do It wouldn't be
necessary for me to go any farther for
a companion."
"Hut I don't feel ns you do. In
your ease t lie romance has passed
away, and you merely want some one
lo keep you from being lonely. 1 will
marry no man i don't love."
He silt for awbile with a disappointed look on his face, then rose to
go.
"Singular." he remarked, looking at
the sky. "There's the half moon up
there, and the twilight's coming on.
just the same as when 1 left you before."
"And you haven't improved a lilt
since then. In another eight or ten
years you'll come back again and talk
just ns stupidly ns you did when I
saw you last and as you are talking
now."
"Myrn. what do you mean?"
The only reply he received was a
passionate burst of weeping.
"Myrn. sweetheart, do tell me!"
"You   went   away   nnd   have   been
gone   eight   years.     Why   didn't   you
come back Ibe next day?    1 expected
I you and bad a little preseut for you."
"But you refused me."
"That's nothing If I did. You didn't
expect tne tn fall right Into your arms
at once, did you'-"
The man looked at her. on his face
an expression of infinite pain mingling wilh one of Infinite pleasure
Then he took her In his arms, and
neither spoke for some moments.
"What a st lipid jackanapes 1 have
been!" he snld at last.
������Spoiled eight years' happiness for
both of us."
"What a lucky thing It would hnve
been If In a feminine freak you bad
accepted me then."
"That would have been very unnatural."
"And me not understanding that
you expected me to come back the
next day was ridiculous, wasn't it?"
"1 should think so."
"Well, yon won't have to go out
there with me. for I'm not going myself.   I've made my pile."
FOR   SALE.
Holstein bull calf, Oxford Down
rams, and Tamworth hogs, both sex.
Apply. A. Davie.
W. N. Draper
PRO" IN'CIAL     LAND    SURVEYOR!
Room 2, E lard Block,
New Westminster, B. C.
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN  NORTHWEST   LAND     REGCLATIONS.
Any person who is the sole head of
a family, or any male over IS years
old, may homestead a quarter section 1100 acres, more or less) of
available Dominion land In Manitoba,
Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at thc
Dominion Lands Agency or Sub-
Agency for the district. Entry by
proxy may be made at any agency, on
certain conditions, by father .mother,
certain conditions, by father, mother,
into ml ing  homesteader.
DUTIES���Six months' residence
upon the cultivation of the land in
each of three years. A homesteader
may live within nine miles of his
homestead on a farm of at least 80
acres sclely owned and occupied by
him or by his father, mother, son,
daughter, brother or sister.
In certain districts a homesteader
in good standing may pre-empt a
quarter section alongside his homestead. Price $3.00 per acre. Duties���
Must reside six months in each of
six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to
earn homestead patent) and cultivate
fifty acres extra.
A homesteader who has exhausted
his homestead right and cannot obtain a pre-emption may take a purchased homestead in certain districts.
Price $3.00 per acre. Purchased
homesteads may be acquired or any
available lands on either odd or even
numbered Sections south of Township 45, east of the Calgary and Edmonton Railway line. Duties���Must
reside six months in each of three
years, cultivate fifty acres and erect
a house worth $300.
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTHWEST MINING REGULATIONS.
COAL���Coal mining rights may be
leased for twenty-one years at an
annual renial of $1.00 an acre. Not
more than 3,500 acres can be leased
to one applicant. Royalty, five cents
per ton.
QUARTZ���A person eighteen years
of age and over having made a discovery may locate a claim 1,500 feet
by 1,500 feet Fee. $5.00. At least
$100 must be expended on the claim
each year, or paid to the Mining Recorder. When $500 has been expended or paid and Other requirements compelled with the claim may
be purchased at $1.00 an acre.
PLACER MIXING CLArMS generally  100 feet square. Entry fee  $5.00.
DREDGIXG���Two leases of five
' miles each of a river may be Issued
I to one applicant for a term of In
years. Rental, $10 a mile per annum.
I Royally, 2 1-2 per cent, after the out-
! put exceeds $10,000.
W. W, CORY,
J Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
i     N.B.���Unauthorized   publication   of J
this   advertisement   will   not   be   paid ,
for.  - _|
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The New Chancellor Range
The latest and most up-to-date on the market
This range is specially adapted for the Delta trade on    J
account of fuel facilities, and is one of the handsomest
made.    Full nickel trimmed and complete with every
modern convenience
CLEMENT & LAMBERT
The Hardware Store
Ladner, B. C.    �����
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Trucking and Draying.    LiveryVork of
all kinds attended to promptly.
AU Kinds of Firewood always on hand.
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Low Wheeled Trucks
are the things for handling potatoes.
WE HAVE THEM
POTATO DIGGERS AND SORTERS
Save half the cost of harvesting
E. T. CALVERT,
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LADNER, B. C.
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New Westminster, B. C.
The Delta Hotel
J. JOHNSON, Proprietor
Newly furnished throughout.    Modern Sanitary Conveniences.    Travelers' Sample Rooms.    Good Wines,
Liquors, Cigars, etc.
Coal for Sale
-Best Vancouver Island Coal.
Apply J. Johnston
Manufacturer of
SOD v WATER, GINGER
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SUMMER DRINKS
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TIME TABLE,
Cars lenve Westminster or Van-
COUVer :it ":50 and Oifeii a.m. anel
liienr-ly thereafter umil 11 p.m.; Saturdays in nl Sundays at ll  p.m,
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster .it 5 "0 and G:r.O a.m. and
hourly uncll 10 ie.m.; Saturdays and
Sundays at 11   p.m.
FREIGHT i "AUS
\W rem first-class freight cars between Westminster and Vancouver
and all shipments ere handled with
the Utmost care and delivered to
cons gnee without delay. Special
attention paid to fruit -shipments. Our
wagons meet all boats and trains.
For rates, etc., apply to
SID GREGORY,
Traffic  Manag.-r.
J.   McQUARRIB,
Lic.il  Manager.
.\'I*W  WESTMINSTER.
QUICKEST    AXl)    MOST    DIRECT
ROUTE TO
Ladner and Westham Island
Via Steveston and
S.  S. "SONOMA"
WINTER    SCHEDULE.
Weekdays.
Leave Steveston���9:30 a.m.; 4:30 p.m,
Leave  Ladner���8:30   a.m.;   3:30   p.m.
Sundays.
Commencing Oct. 31st, Sunday trip:?
will be discontinued. A launch
service for freight and passengers
will be arranged feer Sunday,
running on regular weekday schedule,  w-iather permitting.
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Any person wanting Light or Heavy
Harness or Repairing done would
do well to call and see me. Your
patronage solicited and satisfaction
guaranteed.
W. HEARL & CO.
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^Ask Clement & Lambert about
them.    They  are local   agents   and   can
give you full information.    Also   agents
for the Reliable System of Gasoline Lighting.
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General. Agents
Hall and I,avery Block New Westminster
The Royal Bank ol Canada
Incorporated 1809.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED, $10,001,000
CAPITAL PAID-UP S 4,600,000
RESERVE FUND $5,300,000
Total Assets FU (y-Tlirec -Millions.
Accounts  ot Out-of-TJown  Customers Siven  Special jtttenticn
BANK BY MAIL
SAVINGS   DEPAUTMENT
Accounts may lie opened with deposi Is of ONE DOLLAR nnd Upwards.
Interest paid, or credited] half-yearly on June 30th mid December
31st, each year.
K. . D. si.mpson. Manager
L,AJDNE"R, n. C.
Clothes Talk
Christmas will soon be here.    Why not get that New Suit
or Overcoat NOW ?    Let me take your measure for one
of my Special
English Tweed Suits, $30.00
Or I can show you anything in Black, Sky Blue
or Brown
STYLE AND FIT GUARANTEED
_	
HAROLD HOWARD
"The Tailor,"    -   -    Ladner, B. C.
CHURCH NOTICES
Anglican.
Holy Communion���First and third
Sundays at 8.00 a.m.: second anel
fourth Sundays at 11 a.m. Matins, 11
a.m.; Sunday school at 10 a.m. Friday evening, Latany at 7:30. Rev. E.
R.  Bartlett,  M.A., viear.
Catholic.
Services flrst and tnlrd Su-.day of
each month at 10:30 i.m.; Fenedic-
tlon, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school nt 3
p.m.; low mass and holy communion,
iirst and third Mondays at 6 a.m. Rev
Father Wagner, O.M.I., parish priest
Methodist.
Services next Lord's Day at 11 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m.; class meeting, "after
the morning service every Sunday;
Sabbath school at 2 p.m. every Sunday; prayer meeting every Thursdiy
evening at 7.30, Rev. J. H. Wright,
pastor.
Presbyterian.
Services next Lord's Day ac 11 a.m.
and 7.30 p.m.; mid-week meeting on
Wednesday evening at  7.30.
Baptist.
Sabbath services���Crescent Island,
3 p.m.; Ladner, 7:30 p.m. Sunday
school at 11 a. m.; prayer meeting
on Thursday at S p.m.     E. J. Chave,
DELAYED   BY   FOG.
ANTWERP, Nov. S.���Owing to a
dense fog which has hung over this
coast for several clays past, the Red
Star lino steamer Zeelanclia bound for
Now Yeirk, was unaible to leave this
port until to-day. The Holland-American steamer Rotterdam saileel from
Rotterdam fen- Xew York this morning. The two steamers had been delayed by the fog since Saturday.
SUNDAY SHOOTING.
Notice is given thait anyone found
shooting on my premises on Sundays
will ba prosecuted tee the fullest extent of tne law,
H. D.  BEJSO'N.
The Hicks & Lovlclt Piano To.. Ltd..
of Vancouver, have just received a
large shipment of New Pianos and
are selling the same at Cut Prices.
Call nnd see us when in Vancouver
or writ.? for -Prices. Catalogues on
application. Note the address: Cor.
Granville Street and Helmeken Street,
io  Block  north  of Davie Street.
Advertise in The Times
We Beg Leave
To notify the people of Ladner and surrounding district that we are now in a
position to offer Vancouver Island
Portland Cement
At greatly reduced prices making it possible for parties who contemplate building
to put in concrete foundations at about
the same cost as piling or other inferior
material.
Write for Prices
GILLEY BROS,
New Westminster, 8. (SJ.
B1     TOM   GAYLORD.
(Copyright, 1909, by American Press Association.!
"What i,�� this report. Merlin, about
you and Mr. Abercrnuibie*'"
"It is that we are to be married, aud
it is true."
���'And yet people say that alter a man
passes forty be will invariably choose
a woman from fifteen to twenty years
younger than himself."
"There are cases where men past
forty marry women they have loved
in their youth."
"And yours is such a romance';"
"It is more thau a romance���it is a
remarkable case."
"Do tell uie.   I am dying to hear It."
"1 must go back twenty-four years.
I was then eighteen. Father at that
time wus speculating In cotton aud
had made a s;reat deal of money. lie
was very ambitious for tne and told
me that, whether or no I married
wealth. I must marry a polished man.
Father had little opportunity to become refined iu his youth, aud people
always covet what they have been denied. One day when I was out horseback riding my pouy ran away with
tne. A fanner's boy came galloping
after me and. catching my rein, saved
me from going over a high bank Into
the river.
"An Intimacy sprang up between myself and the youth, whose name was
Aiken. 1 was a shrewd little minx
and never said anything at home about
the runaway or the farmer's boy.
"Finally I made up my mind thnt I
could not live without George Aiken
and proposed to elope with him. He
consented, but very unwillingly. He
loved me, but hnd too much sense to
consider such a course either honorable or likely to result iu our happiness. I called him timid, and this
brought him over to my plan.
"My room wns on the third story. I
procured a rope ladder, on which I intended   to  descend   after  the   family
Vote r's   lists   for   Delta   riding
Issued   in  Tin - lay.
���Mr.   Th
was  ill   I.:
is.   Robertson,   East   Delta,
"ner on Monday.
AT TIIE HOTEL.S
Mr.   I-'iirrps,
was  in  Lidner
.Mr.  Warn n e
couver.   S i 'urdi
of   New   Westminster,
on  Wednesday.
"reelman went to Van-
J   'Hi   a   business   trip.
Mr. H. Everetl is leaving in a few
days on an extended visit to California.
Miss   Patters,
the   gue.-t     of
Dane.
li -r
r   Vancouver,
sister,   Mis.
Shirley Hotel.
''.   E.  Dunl'ort, A'ancouver.
G.   A.   Porter.
A. Lamphica.s.
Lome Bay.
Gordon  Spencer.
J. J. Hasty.
P.obert May.
T.   .Murray.
s. Mureiiie, New Westminster.
'.   Flla.ser.
II. McCormick.
\v
\v
Mr.   W   B.   Skinner,   eif  Vancouver,
was  a   visitor   to   Ladner   during   the
week.
The celeb-ration of King Edward's
68th foin'.hday was held in England on
Tuesday.
Mrs. C.  P..  Lord  and  Miss L.  Lord
paid   a  visit
Tuesday.
to  New  Westminster on'
Mr. C. T, M, Sapsford, advertising
specialist, spent a couple of days in
Ladner  this  week.
Mr. G. Turrel (Und Mr. "Randall
Heath Feix of Last Delta spent Saturday in (he village.
Mrs. Jeihn Harris, of Crescent Island, presented her husband with a
son on Monday least.
Mrs. David Woods, of Vancouver,
was the guest of Mrs. H. D. Benson
ac Broadview this week,
Mrs. H. L. Wilson, who has been
visiting Vancouver friends the pas-t
week, has  returned  home.
were  all   asleep,  and   hid   it   in   ui.T"Ladner after
Mr.  W.   N.
Rich   has   returned
a   several   days'   vis;'.
Ihe Ambitious Housewife
Seeks to make every product
of her cooking perfection itself.
She should take advantage of
every condition that will help
her.
Royal Standard Flour has
helped thousands of women in
British Columbia to get perfect
results. Its rapidly increasing
use shows this. There is a good
reason why it should. It is made
from the best wheat���fromwheat
that is most carefully milled, and
is the result of the most skillful
blending that is possible as a
result of our experiments, carefully, patiently and tirelessly
conducted. >
The users of Royal Standard
Flour appreciate the opportunity
they have each month of drawing a 109 piece china dinner
set. The flour is perfection itself, and the extra premium is in
keeping with our policy of giving superior value.
The coupon in your sack
this month may entitle you to
one of these dinner sets.
For Sale By W. H. SMITH
Vancouver Milling & Grain
Company, Ltd.
closet. Aiken was to be at the foot of
the ladder to receive inc. But when
it came to descending the swaying
thing my courage failed me, nnd 1
called ou him to come up and help me.
He sprung up the ladder, and just as
we were about to go down together we
hi'iird footsteps coining up the walk.
George Aiken climbed into the window
and drew up the ladder.
"Some one came on up to the house
and stopped beneath iny window. I
peeped through the slats and recognized father. He had gone out without my knowing it. Ho called up the
coachman and stationed him under
the window, then came into the house.
"'1 nm ruined!' 1 cried, clinging to
my lover. 'Father must have seen you
enter the window.'
"George Aiken remained perfectly
cool. Presently he said lu a steady,
low voice:
"'Give me your watch.'
"I took it from my bc.lt and handed
it to him.
" 'Go to bed.' he said, 'and pretend tee
be asleep.'
"lie epeued the door softly and stole
out. In a few minutes 1 hnd taken off
my clothes and was iu bed. 1 heard
a commotion downstairs, and presently father came to my door, awakened
inc. :'.s he supposed, and told me that
a thief had beeu caught in the house
with my watch on him.
"Then i saw it all. George had sae-
i-ifii-eil himself to save me from disgrace with my own family. I was In
agony. 1 begged father not to prose-
e-u!e the thief, but he had already (-ailed ihe police, and in another hour
George was in jail. He was tried, put
in me defense and, being the son of a
reputable fnrmer, got off with a light
sentence.
"I disguised myself, went to the jail.
saw him and proposed lo confess the
whole affair. Hi' said my reputation
weeulel be best and that would be worse
than n term in the penitentiary for
him. I should have had the strength
lo confess without hi" conseut, but I
hadn't. I who hnd got him into the
sc rape was too mean spirited to get
him 'in.
"lie' served eighteen mouths, When
he came out of prison he did not try I
io see nie. Inn tun tinged tn get a note
to tne undiscovered In which he said
that my father would never consent tee
my marriage with an es-couvict and
It WOtlld lie a sin for an ex-oonvlct to
permit uie to make lhe sacrifice, That
was the last 1 heard of.him.
"1 married, father failed, my husband lie-came nn invalid, and I. always j
Ladysmith  and  Vancouver.
I>e-lta   Hotel.
i;.  I..  Reid, Vancouver.
R. M. Macdonald, Vancouver.
.). D. Hall, Vancouver,
e -ie   Larsen,  Vancouvi r,
ii. Pyke. Vancouver.
Anel  Anib rson,  Vancouver.
Alex.   .\>K ii,.
s.  Swainge n,  New  Westminster
Harold   A     U'ri-'hc,   Vancouver.
H.   R. Tuttle, Toronto,
A.  ii.  oia in ,  New   Westminster.
M*.   She.e-.ly*-
.1.   Smith.
M. Tomlinson,
H.   \V.   Diner,  New   Westminster.
C.  M.  Skinner, New  Westminster
L.   A.   .McAllister,   Spokane.
J.   E.  Freer,  Spokane.
.las.  Hunt,  Spokane.
K.   M.   Fox,   Ladner.
P.   H.   NonosKi,  Cloverdale.
S.  Fenton,  Ladner.
H.   A.   Muirhead,   Vancouver.
Paul E. Ladner, Vancouver,
W.  Kennedy,  Vancouver.
A.  S.  LemolS,  Vancouver.
E.   Burchfll.
W.   Stuhli,   Ladner.
R.  B.  Raymond, Vancouver.
T.   HIM.
H.   Carlisle.
M. Sapsford, New Westminster.
J. Pollaiu, Vancouver.
McUillivary, Vancouver.
LaldJuw,  Vancouver.
Geo. Burnside and wife, Vancouver.
C. Paterson, Vancouver,
J.  Wii-ei'ii. Vancouver.
P. H.  Frith, Vancouver.
W.  S.  Phlpps, Ladner,
Ducks and pheasants still continue
to be scarce in ihe district. Geese are
more plentiful  than  they have  been.
The Rev. Mr. Hasty, who has recently arrived from Australia, occupied the Presbyterian pulpit last Sun-
clay.
The steamers drainer and Georgia
took large cargoes en- potato. --. hay
and grain ''min Ladner during the
week.
Aii auction sale was held at Sutherby Bros.' place on Thursday last
Fa.ir prices were obtained for the
stock sold.
sr.,
The conditl in of Mrs. M.:Ke
which last week gave signs ol improvement, Is repotted to be not so
favorable   this  week.
The \V. C. T. I", int. i- 1 holding an
entertainment in tha town hell the
latter part ";' November. Fuller particulars  will  appear later.
Maternity nurse disengaged after
October 12th. Distance *io object.
Nurse Thomas, 'IT Dunlevy Avenue,
Vancouver,    'Phone,   K'iTTJ.
CANDIDATES NOMINATED
Delta.
Nomination elay for the provincial
elections was held on Thursday last
'it Ladner beiore Returning Officer
Tires. Floater, oi Port Kelta. Mr.
John Oliver and Mr. Frank MacKenzle were placed In nominaMon. The
former's nomination was moved by
Mr. John Honeyman, of East Delta,
seconded by T. W, Foster, of Ladner
The hitler's was m ived b: Edward
Wade, of Surrey Centre, seconded bj
-Mr.  W." Smith o.' Ladner.
Mr. Geo. E, I 'ave nport, of Vancouver, lire-.-: '������nt and general manager of :h-.' Jarvls Inlet Lumber Co.,
paid  a visit to  Ladm r  this  we i k.
New Westminster.
The- nominations In connection wiL'-i
the provincial election on November
25 for New Westminster city electors'
district were held on the Court House
steps today from 12 to l o'clock
Three men were nominate d to contest this riding. Thomas Gifford was
proposed by the Donsi rvi civ si J n
J. Johnson by the Liberals, and \v.;l-
!��� r Doelel by the Laibor men. ' I
Cunningiham, sr.. return (fleer foi
tnis  constituency,  and  election  clerk
Capt.   lv, i(.  v,, re   m  attend    .���������
received thi   nominations which were
all m propt r order.
other  Nominations Toda
Tiie text me, ting of tl*. Delta
Council will lv held on Nov. 16th'. At
: h Is an e ting Mine nnv will be a p-
pointed  ,' :1k  vacancy in Ward  3.
\'e ne.-able   Arch! h aeon
Ymir   RUing���(I 'o i.)   J -     ��� .-
fi   Id;   (S ,'���!   I    M.   e Hive r.
Slocan���(Co,i.i Wm. Hunt r: (S ��� ..-.)
C. W,  !���:��� im, tt;  i hi i.'  .1. C. Harris.
Rossland���(Cons.) W. .'.. Bradeni
i Lib.) Dr. J. M. English; (Soc.) G
1 asey.
Grand Porks���(Con. I Gnu st Ml -
ler; (Lib.) D. Patterson; (Soc.) John
��� Mc-lnnes.
Pertreath, Greenwood���(Cons.) .1 i;. Jackson;
nf Vancouver, was in Ladner, Thurs- (*u,b.) \;e-x. Macdonald. (Soc.) G.
elay tn conduct Mi,' services in con- Heatherlneton.
inaction   with   re-  funeral  of  'lie1 '������it-'       ,      .       (t'-n i  w   R   Ross-   (Lib)
M  s.   Sara i    M   are.      He
friend  ef  the deceased.
��� ; l
Work,  which   was delayi I  for sev-
' r..l Jays on : n IVi rtham Islnn-d
bridge ���> I account of the n ���"��� ���"' Ival
ef. e-eia nl, stand d a- a this �� lek,
the Trader arriving a Westham Island last Friday with a quant i. of
ct ment,
'nn' arraiiR'ni-'iit the Farmers'
Tc le l'li'ii'-- e *,i. have nraele wli h M r.
>;��� u ge U.-.mis to take i are ������: an*.
M"ii'. ���' ..n their lines appl ��� - ��� Easl
ii. "a subscribers ..ei!\. In c ise of
trouble iliere subscribers are asked
i"  notify Mr,  D< mus, phone 442.
Several s tohd hand p an.is f >r - tie
in- ih.- Hicks .v.- 1- ivlck Piano Co., Ltd.,
A.  1.  Fishi i;   (Soc.)   I.  ! ngton.
Clan.u-i :... ���ii on. I   Th i    -   Ci
(Lib. i  M,  A   M .  d maid.
Kaslo��� (Con,.   Ni I]  r Hi Kaj
liar
���
J.
11
Ne Isem���(Oon. i
(Lib."   E.  A.  Crt-as
Malllrs IB.
Oeiwdney���(Co i.i    W.   J.    M i
. Lib i   A'Hster Thompson.
nv���(Cn.i     A.     [���:.
:
.1    11.   Hawtihornthv   Ite
ll, i:vi:m\(,-
MONTRBAL   Nov.   10.���Tho C.P.R
-enrnlnirs lor tbe week ending N'oveim-
ber 7. i italled i2.) 13, , an Incre ,>������
".   J425.000,
anxious to show some eourage to con-|01   Vancouver in good condition and
trust with the weakness of my youth.   >���' Vl'r>' handsome cases.     Irf >-ou have
ui ].. in,, en- ,nv .a  ,ve " .11 aoce >���
of Davie  street.
Vancouver.
Vancouver,
B.C.
sim'.'ed sleuography and accepted n
posit ion. The afternoon of my entrance on my duties I wns culled Into
the office of the hend of the linn to
take his dictation of the day's letters.
He looked at me curiously and asked
���me sonic questions about myself.
"Six months after this my husband cenrtly said
died. I had been getting remittances
from time tn lime from nn unknown
friend whose Identity I could not possibly discover. After my husband's
death these remittances were doubled.
I wondered If George had prospered,
found me out and helped me without
making himself known.
"A year after my husband's death the
head of the firm for which I worked
told me that he wns tny unknown
friend, Surprised, 1 asked him what
renson he had for serving me. He
naked me if I remembered George
Aikln. I started, turned pale nnd said
yes. Then he told me thnt he. Edwnril
Abercromble, was the lover of my
youth
"We ure to be married iu October "
as   par:   pa*, mi nt   and   allow   a   very
>.-".'.I   prii e>.     C ' a, ��� eiraiu 'Die Sitri   '
end    He    llie'    ill   StJI ��� I
< ii'IMIT'IKII   I'l II!    I'I'.I \l..
HALIFAX,   Nov,   10.���Hassett and
(lalla-he>r,   Lwu   men  arrested   "n thc
arge   of   an, mp Ing   i..    hold up
ne !.'.".-:: north  Cashier    Foster    at     Dartmouth lasl
p.  ci.  Drawer,  856   ��  ek,   were   committed   :���.:��� trial.
Mr   Samuel  T.   ii ilbrook,  who  re-
l*iis   .arm   on   lhe   Trunk
id. has left f ir A ,i -: l.ill.i ��la :.-
In will tale up h s i sidenc ���. II"
was accompanied by on i son. Mrs.
ll'i. "hi-eink anel (������������ remainder i ���' the
family will follow just as i . in as ia'
M' :s s. nl, d. Mr. 11 en r:.,. �� ho recently arrived fr ��� n Summi i Ian l has
lakea  up  th."  farm.
The T'iaekm.in-Ke r mill at \'i. i ��� a
was burned la.-t week with cons! ler-
nblc letsy to -he- company in the way
ol ma ���hia/'i-y, most of wb e'i had I" en
si'ieially nvade [or the' mill. \V lie
llie mill Is beinj; r.'huilt the \. c\
Westminster mill is ru ining niigihit and
day. The' St��al!li.iua mill i'1' Un i" iii-
I'.-iny is also w'ni'' ire over 'nn-. In
the meaiitinie Delia oats wiia-h ror-
merly we lit tee the Victoria mill are
being sent   to tin   Strathcona  mill.
bllT TARIFF ALUM'..
NEW viiKK, Nov. 10.���The country s lould let well enou th . me as
��� sards i ie I irlff, pays th Natl *na1
Association of Manufacturers In a
stati menl jui i Issu d fllsrr dil Ing
certain announceuents ran have beam
seal! out of late Indicating that the
asso tion way k, eping up i gltatton
.ni the subject, "Some one has i. . a
Issuing circulars In our nam.." saj ���
the statement, "stating that we a e
planning a crusade '.!' agitation for
further tariff revision. T ii- i" unti ue.
We r., l Cm; tha tariff .iu<-sti, n has
beaai dlspqsed of hy congress, There
is every proof that we are at th" beginning of an extended pi >i"d ..-
national prosperity. The continuance;
en' this business bo.on is ..;' vital Importance to employ' r and wage
earner alike." TIIE DELTA TIME9
SATURDAY,   NOVEMBER,   13,   1909.
FOURTEEN KILLED IN ACCIDENT
A
Freight   Car   Crashes   into  a   Passenger   Car
Lakeview���Among thc Killed was a New
Westminster   Conductor.
at
Tlic"T)ea<l.
It. S. I.YO\", 1607 Fourth avenue,
Vancouver
THOS. FARMER, 1062 Tenth avenue. Vancouver,
J. BOWER, William street, Vancouver,
J. S. STEVENS, Grove (rose. nt.
Vancouver,
W. STEVENS, Grove Crescent,
Vancouver.
WM. JOHNSON, Xew Westminster.
3. II. CROWTHEB, 112 Sixth avenue*.   Vancouver.
E. HOLLAND. 1837 Reefer street,
Vancouver,
E. T1IOR1HTON, 1110 Odium Drive.
VancQuvcr.
S. M. MITCHELL, Kecfer street,
Vancouver.
A. S. WILKINSON, Thirteenth
avenue, Vancouver,
II. CLAYTON, no address,
THOS. TURTTLE, or Tuttie, 870
Burrard street, Vancouver.
F. I'OCHIN. 1852 Third avenue
wait, Vancouver.
The  Injured.
fi. ZIMMERMAN, Vancouver,
W. t. iiaines, Vancouver.
ROBERT PORSYTHE,  Vancouver.
CARL W. carleson. Vancouver.
WILLIAM   HARRIS,   Westminster,
J". \v.  RUSHTON, Westminster.
THOS.    BANKS    JACKSON, Westminster,
GEOGE CRAWFORD, Westminster
I'. C. CARTY, Westminster.
One of the most appalling- accidents
in the annals of chis part of British
Columbia occurred about 6.30 Wednesday on the British Columibla
Electric Railroad at Lakeview, when
a flat car loaded with lumber crashed
into a passenger car from Vancouver
bound for Xew Westminster, instantly killing 1 I men and seriously Injuring nine' others, many of whom it
is feareel will not recover. Among the
dead and injured are several well
known residents of Xew Westminster,
while nearly all of the passengers on
the car are widely acquainted in this
city, many e.f them being employees
in  the   R   <*.   E.   R.   car shops.
According to tiie scatemenls of the
B. C. 13. It. employees who witnessed
tie iu, 11.'lit. car Xo. On;!, in charge
of Motorman McDonough, Conductor
Wiggins mid Brakeman VV. Burrows,
was engaged last night in shunting
cars on the Incerurban line. At 5:10
this morning they left Vancouver
with a tlal car londed wilh lumber
to put on the Nanaimo road switch.
A box car was standing on the switch
and in order to net the car of lumber
behind the box ear they 1 -ft the lum-
ber ear standing on lie- main line.
They set the brakes and placed a
block on the track behind the wheels
leaving Brakeman Burrows on the
car. After moving the box ear che
motor ran back to secure the car of
lumber. Conductor Wiggins super-
Intended the coupling of the car to
tin' motor, Hi.- coupler bring au'.i-
imaric, anil the brakeman releasing
llie brakes gave the signal lo the
motorman '.> go anead, lie did so
and. the car of lumber after moving
a short distance, broke loose from
the motor anel started down grade.
Tbe coupler was found to be Undamaged, leading to the conclusion
that the automatic coupler did not
work properly.
As soon as Conductor Wiggins saw
the- car start down grade he p'&ced a
Mock behind the wheels Willie the
brakeman set ihe brakes. By this
time, however, the ca.r had gained
such momentum that it ran over the
block and would not respond to the
brakes. After riding about lim yards
and seeing that che car would not
stop Brakeman Burrows jumped
from the car. The motor at once
followed the runaway car clown
grade, the motorman repeatedly
blowing his whistle to warn the approaching  passenger car.
At this polnc the grade on the
track is 2.7 per cent, and the heavily
loaded car of lumber se-mi gained
terrific speed. The passenger car
Sumas left Vancouver at 6:50 a.m..
being the first car of the clay. It was
In charge of Motorman George Thor-
burn anel Conductor William Harris.
There were 2,'i passengers on the car,
all worklngmen, who had taken the
early car In order to be at work at 7
o'clock. The majority were coming to
New Westminster, many of l,ie��n being employed in the I!. ('. ��0, R. shops,
As the ear of lumber thunelereel clown
the grade the passenger citr was approaching Lakeview station around a
preinounced curve. It was just getting elaylight and Motorman Thor-
burn evidently did not see the runaway car until It was close upon him.
Some of the Injured passengers say
Ha yelled to the passengers to save
themselves, but before anyone could
jump tho cwo cars met with a terrific
impact.
I,umber Cut Its Way Through.
The truck nf both cais remained
on the ground, but tho lumb'-r on the
flat car cut its way through the upper portion of the passenger 'cat-
carrying everything be'fore it, 'l'he,
cioverir.g of tbe passenger car was
swept away like matchwood an I the
unconscious passengers , were struck
about tin- centre of the body and instantly killed or fearfully Injured. Included in the load of lumber were
several timbers 12x12 inch square
and tliese wrought enormous damage. The unfortunate passengers
were swept off the car like pawns on
a chess, hoard and they .wore buried
beneath' heavy timbers. The shrieks
of the Injured and dying were heartrending.
A few residents of Lakeview were
astir and several, attracted by the unusual noise, were eye-wicnesses of
t.ie tragedy. Telephone messages
were hurriedly sent to Vancouver
and a special car bearing doctors,
nurses and  officials of  tho road hur
ried lo  the scene.
.Meanwhile the residents of Lake-
view and Cedar Cottage worked
heroically to remove the dead and injured from the debris and alleviate
their sufferings. Although all possible, haste was made It was fully
ball an hour before the last of the
un fortunate victims was removed
from the pile of lumber and wreckage, and before medical aid arrived.
.Many of the victims "lad lost legs ami
.inns and one man's head was cut off
as if with a knife. Ribs were broken
und the bodies badly crushed anel
bruised. Blood streamed from the
victims and stained tbe ground at
the side of the track and ran over
Hie lumber, The shrieks of the injured and dying aelded co the horror
of the scene, miking it one never to
be forgotten bv the heroic workers.
Removal of the Victims.
As soon as the special car arrived
the dead and Injured were hurriedly
placed on board and were taken t-
Vancouver. The' dead were removed
to the mortuary of Armscrong & Edwards, on Westminster avenue, and
the injured were quickly taken in
ambulances to the General Hospital.
Surgeons bound up 'trie Injuries of
those still living and they were given
every possible attention. Everything
was done to relieve their 'sufferings,
and if possible to save their lives.
Dr. Jeffs, coroner, was hastily summoned to take charge of the case and
the city atid provincial p dice were
early on the scene. At Armstrong
& Edwards' undertaking parlors sad
scenes occurred throughout the mornin'; as anxious friends and relatives
hurried to identify the crushed and
mangled dead. The last to be identified was P. Poohln, of 18*2 Third
avenue east. At 3:30 this afternoon
a coroner's jury will view the bodies
of the victims and at 8:30 p.m. on
Thursday an Inquest will be held.
New  Westminster Victims:
Included in the victims of the
wreck are five residents of New Westminster, f.uir of whom are very seriously injured, and one dead. The
news of the disaster quickly spread ti
this city this morning anel many were
the anxious enquiries made as to the
fate' of passengers on the ill-fated
car.
William Johnson, who was instantly killed, lived on Third avenue, New
Westminster, and was well known in
this city. He had been employed as
conductor on the B. C. E. R. for several years. llr leaves a wife and
two children, a buy 15 years of age,
and a small child. He was on his way
to New Westminster to assume' his
usual run, having taken over the last
car to Vancouver last night and re-
"malned  there.
Among tae injured is F. C. Carty,
son of the late Chief of Police John
Carty, of New Westminster, and
brother of w, X. Cany, of the Columbian. He was engaged at the Russell
hotel. He is suffering from a fracture of the skull and is in a serious
condition.
Another Xew Westminster man
-who was seriously injured is John W.
Kushton, eldest son of J. J. B. Rush-
tiii, leader of the Xew Westminster
band. Mr. Rushton is emplayed Ih
lhe B. C. E. It. car shops and plays
in Harper's orchestra in Vancouver,
necessitating his staying In Vancouver
at night, lb' is a splendid cornet
player.
Another nf the injured is Thomas
Banks Jackson, son of the late Adam
Jackson, of this city. He is married
and resides in Vancouver, being engaged in the Fraser hotel In this
city, lie' is widely acquainted here.
Resided  ill  Royal City.
The conductor of the Ill-faced car.
William Harris, also resided in Xew
Westminster. He was a son of Walter Harris, who is an employee in
the B. i'. B, it. ear shops. This is
the second serious accident in which
Mr. Harris has been in on the B. C.
Electric Railway, He was conductor
on tho car just a year ago nn November 8. 1908, which was in the. wreck
at Beaconsfleld when Ralph Jamieson
and Murdoch McDonald were kllleclf,
and  was chen slightly Injun-el.
E. Thorburn, the motorman on the
car, who was Instantly killed, was
one of the oldest and most re Table
motorman on the line. Ha was married and for a time lived In this city,
recently moving  io   Vancouver.
The injured men al the hospital are
nearly all unconscious an.l many of
them are in a vary critical state.
Nearly all were Injured about the
head anil the. upper pari of their
bodies and several are suffering from
fractured skulls and concussion of
the brain. It is impossible for the
physicians In attendance to state ac-
ourately the exact condition of the
injured or the nature of their injuries.
Five of the dead lived in Vancouver and were employed In die B. C.
E. R car shops In New Westminster.
These were R. S. Lyon, Thomas
Farm-r, S. M. Mitchell, A. S. Wilkinson and F. Pochin. Among those
killed are also numbered a father and
son, J. F. Stevens and bis son W.
Stevens, of drove Crescent, Vancouver,  being both  instantly killed.
II. G. Waldie, of Kirk's hardware
store, travelled from Vancouver with
the nurses and doctors to the scene
of lhe wreck, arriving about 7:05.
They at once set about helping the
Injured into a car for conveyance to
Vancouver. When he arrived all that
was visible on the track wns the top
of ihe car. The rest of the car.
smashed to kindling wood, was piled
on the north, side of the track.
There was very little delay to
traffic in the line as the rails were
undamaged and the wreckage was all
on the north track and was easily re-
move el. The e'arly car from New
Westminster suffered only a slight
delay.   The wrecking crow were early
on the scene and by 9 o'clock the
track was cleared. The trucks of the
two cars were very little damaged and
were removed to the car shops. The
lumber was piled on one side and the
remainder of the wreckage was
burned.
Assistant Manager Glover and
Local Manager McQuarrle stated this
morning that one of the rules of the
company is that when leaving a car
Standing on the main line the brakes
must be tested and If found correct,
must be set. The wheels must be
blocked and a brackeman must remain on the car.
The employees of the shunting car
state that they followed chla rule. No
explanation is offered to the way In
which the coupling on tbe motor and
flat car  failed to work properly.
The liability of the B. C. E. B. as a
result of this accident is hard to estimate at the present time. The majority of the passengers on the Ill-
fated car were employees of the company and were travelling em passes
and will be therefore unable to demand compensation.
be   held   on   Sunday   afternoon   from
the undertaking chapel.
R, S. Lyon, another of the unfor-!
tuna'.e  victims,   leaves   a   young   wife
at  his home  at  1607   Fourth  Avenue
east and a  baby  only  a  few monchij
old.
Thomas Farmer worked as a painter   in   the   B.   C.   E.   R.   car   shops In j
this  city.      He   had   been   married   a j
little  over  ten   months   and  lived   on!
Park Drive
Harry Dayton lived on Waters
Road, Sou'.h Vancouver and leaves a '
wife and two children. The deceased '
was a pattern maker in the foundry
of Ross et Howard. The funeral will i
be held on Saturday from the Mas-'
onic Temple.
EBURNE line to open.
GLEE CLUB CONCERT.
Will  Be Held   in  Conjunction  With
Bund on December l-lih.
THURSDAY.   NOV.   11.
One more victim has been added to
the list of th6|dead as a result of the
disastrous accident which occurred on
the B. C. E. R. at Lakeview early
yesterday morning. William Harris,
the conductor on the ill-fated car
died at 3:45 this morning. He suffered intensely after the accident
with a fractured skull and a fractured
arm.
The two who are most seriously injured of the survivors are F. C. Carty
and George Trawford, both of this
city. Mr. Carty is suffering from a
compound fracture of the skull and
Mr. Trawford from internal abdominal injuries. Both men are in a
serious condition although physicians
sstate that they are better than was
expected, considering their injuries.
Thomas B. Jackson and J. W. Rush-
ton, of this city, are somewhat better and it is expected that they will
recover. Trawford is suffering from
internal abdominal injuries and
Jackson is injured about the ribs
anel chest. W. P. Haines, of Vancouver, received a scalp wound and the
���pelvis was crushed; Eli Zimmerman,
of Central Park, lias scalp wounds
anil a compound fracture and dislocation of the ankle; Robert Forsyth,
of Vancouver, has scalp wounds and
extensive contusions nf the chest and
the back: Carl W. Carlsen, of Vancouver, received extensive scalp
���wounds: and J. D. Taylor, nf Vancouver, was injured about the chest.
Friends of the Injured are In constant attendance at the Vane .uver
City Hospital. Wide spread sympathy has been extended to the bereaved families.
Was Engaged  lo Be Married.
The late William Harris was only a
young man and was engaged to be
-married. Besides his parents lie
leaves two bro:hers and one sister,
all residents of this city. One brother
works In George Adams' grocery score
and another in the B. C. E. B. car
shops where his father is engaged,
Arrangements for the funeral are being made today.
The late William Johnston leaves
a wife and two children residing in
this city. Arrangements are now
being made for the funeral which will
take place the -'latter part of this
week.
The Inquest is being held in Vancouver today,
Mr. Taylor's Experiences,
One of the strangest Incidents of
the wreck was tb" case of Mr. J. D.
Taylor. 999 Eighth Avenue, Vancouver, who -was injured. He is an employee of the Cunningham Hardware
Company of this city and was on the
Ill-fated car on his way to work. He
was covered by the debris In the
wreck and tbe rescuers, searching
for the bodies of the unfortunate victims, failed tei discover him. He lay
unconscious for some time an.l then
managed to crawl out by the rood
side. Fully two hours ��lapsed before he was found, He was 'taken
directly to his home and is suffering
from severe chest  injuries.
James- H. Growth! r, one of the victims of -.he wreck, vas a young man
only 2 6 years of age. He had come
fin-m Hollybrook, Mass.. tei work ln
th.'? Schiaake Machine Works in this
city. He had been working here
for the past two weeks and living In
Vancouver with a younger brother
from whom he did nr.t care to he
parted. This necessitated his taking
the early car every morning from
Vancouver in onler to be at work in
time. His brother Is overcome with
grief.
George Thoi-bur.i, the motorman.
who was intsantly killed was perhaps
one of the best known employees of
the Ci*-mp��ny, ooth in Vanoemver and
New Westminster,    A sad feature e>f
his sudden deatli yesterday morning
was the fact thnt his wife was waiting
at the corner of Venables Street and
Odium Drive for a parcel he was to
bring her. She could not understand
the delay In the arrival oef the car
until someone told her of the wreck.
He leaves besides his wife two sons,
aged 9 and 11 years.
Samuel H. Mitchell, who was
among the killed, has been employed
in '-he B. C. E. R. car shops in thfts
city fe>r the past ten years. He was
60 years of age and a widower. He
came to Vancouver from Montrenl
about 12 years ago. A nephew, J.
MeKeJvie, resides In Vancouver and a
sister ln Salt Lake City and a brother
In Denver, Colo. *
Edward Holland was a painter at
the B. C. E. R. car she>ps in this city.
He leaves a wife and family residing
In Vancouver.
J. F. Stevens and his son William
lived ait Grove Crescent and were well
known in Vancouver. The son was
.shortly to have been married. The
double funeral takes place on Saturday afternoon.
Thomas Bowes was a carpenter In
the employ of the B. C. Electric Railway Company and he leaves a wife
and three children.     The funeral will
At   the  Glee   Club   practise  li,��ld   on
Tuesday evening it was decided  that i
the   Iirst   concert   in   which   (.he   club!
appears   will   be   given  in   McNeely's I
Hall   on   December   14th.     This   affair |
will  be held in conjunction with the'
Ladner band, being carried out on the
same  lines as  the  successful  concert i
given   under   the   same   auspices   last
June.       The  Glee     Club  Is  practising
faii-.hfully   for   the   occasion   and   say
that   the   numbers  given  by  them   at
tin-  coming concert  will  be  the  best
ever rendered  by this well-known or
ganization.
B. C. Electric Railway Company Will
Run Its First Cars on  Monday
Morning Next.
On Monday morning next the B.C.
Electric Railway Company will inaugurate tbe_ new service on the
Eburne .ine, recently taken over from
the Canadian Pacific Railway, and
will give a new interurlian service
between New Westminster and Vancouver, as well as a more direct service from the Royal City to Steveston
and Intermediate points.
Ait the outset an hourly service will
be instituted ln the Eburne line, the
pars leaving New Westminster on the
hour commencing at 7 a.m. They
will connect at Eburne wdth a Steveston oar and will proceed to Vancouver.
The fare on the new line from New
Westminster to Vancouver will be
45 cents sing!.* and 80 cents return.
The single fare from New Westminster to Eburne will be 25 cents and
the fare from New Westminster to
Steveston will be 50 cents single and
85  cents  return.
FOR SALE.
Ten acres of land, situated at Canoe
Pass, l'o miles from Ladner; good
house and barn on premises. Particulars apply J. Burney, P.O. Ladner. '
l'ARM WANTED.      '
A farm on the Delta. Would assume mortgage, or would pay $500 to
$1,000 cash provided party would
take line Seattle property in exchange
or as part payment. Value of Seattle
property about $15,000 but will take
$12,000 if can make reasonable exchange. This property is clear and
has all street Improvements in and
paid, and is close in. Can furnish
good title. This will stand investigation which is cordially invited. For
information aeldress
HENRY   B.  FORREST
3210 24th Are, W., and Grand Boulevards,   Seattle,  Wash.,   U.S-A.
ORTINE AWAITS HIM.
NEW YORK, Nov. 9.���If Jam/es
C'lilieW, (not the pugilist), who left
Boston in 1S73 after he had. been
wrongly accused of robbery will
make known his whereabouts he will
find a Boston attorney ready to hand
over to him a quarter of a million
dollars, which was left him by his
brother, William J. Corbett, who died
a few clays ago. The son of a prominent family Corbett lived a jolly
life and finally got into trouble with
the Boston police. Although vindicated he could not bear the humiliation caused by his arrest, and he left
the city. Though private detectives
and lawyers engaged by the family
have tried continually to find him,
they have had no success. On the
death of his brother the case was
put In the hands of War Charton, of
No. 43 Tremont Street, Boston, and
Charton arrived here yesterday on a
hunt for Corbett. Private detectives
have been enlistd and the search Is
being made for a man with "J. C."
tattooed  on his right arm.
OTTAWA, Nov. 10.���Ralph Smith
and Martin Burrill ar> the only British Columiiia members who have so
far arrived for the session. The two
chief topics of political gossJp are
the naval question and the British
Columbia   elections,   which   are   exeit-
MINICIPAL  ELECTION  NOTICE.
Public notice is hereby given to the
electors of Ward 3, of the Municipality of Delta thai I require the presence of the said electors at the Council Chambers, Ladner, on the 1st day
of November, 1909, at 12 o'clock
noon, for the purpose of electing a
person to represent them In the Municipal Council as Councillor.
The mode of nominating candidates
shall  be as follows:
The candidates shall be nominated
in writing, the writing shall
be subscribed by . two voters
cf the Municipality as proposer and seconder, and shall
be delivered to the Returning Officer
at any time between lhe date of this
notice a id 2 p.m. of the ..fay of nomination, and In the event of a poll being necessary such poll will be opened
on the 4th day of November, 1909, at
the Council Chambers, Ladner, anel
will be kept open from 9 a.m. till 5
p.m. of which every person is hereby
required to take notice and govern
themselves accordingly.
The qualifications for a Councillor
shall be his being a male British subject and having been for the three
months next preceding the day of his
nomination, the registered owner in
the Land Registry Office of land or
real property situate within the municipality of the assessed value, on the
last Municipal Assessment Roll, of
two hundred and fifty dollars or more,
over and above any registered judgment, and being otherwise qualified as
a voler.
Given under my hand at Ladner
this 23rd  day of  October,   19091
X.  A.  MeDIA.ltMID.
Returning   Officer
i;v
To Be Given Away Absolutely free
To  the  first  person  making the largest number of words out of the
following:
"THE  HOME FURNISHERS"
We will give free of charge���delivered to your home���a handsome
eiuch, upholstered ln raised plush; frame finished with so'lid oak
moulding,
To the person making the second   largest  number  we  will  give  you
the clioic.-  of any pair of lace curtains  from  our stock.
To   the   person   bringing  in   the twentieth iist regardless of the number of words contained, we will give oi*,e genuine English  axm.inster
hearth rug.
Letter can be used in any one word only as often as they occur
in tne woi\1s above. For example the letter E can be used three
times in any one word If necessary.
The decision of Mr. C. M. T. Sapsford, of Vancouver will be
final.
List to be written on one side of tbe paper only and answers
must be mailed on or before the 11th of D.-cembcr. 1909 and signed
with   full   name   and  address.      Addressed to
DENNY    &    GALLOWAY
THE  HOME  FURNISHERS.
lit Sixth Street.
New Westminster
McNeely Hall, Ladner, Saturday, Nov. 13th
CLARK'S MOVING PICTURE SHOW
Many Special Features this week. Klustrar.ed Songs, Good
music; also a Milk Drinking Cont-st. Six boys compete for two
ca-sli prizes, drinking milk out o.f*-nursery bottles, as we did in our
baby days!      Fun!      Oh,  no.
Special Notice���t'omimencing Saturday, November 20, evevy Sat-
ur.lay nlgiht, we will give away a oath prize of On-* Dollar. Every
person atte iddng the shew will receive a coupon. During the performance a drawing will rake iplape and the person "holding the
lucky number will  receive One  Dollar.     You  may get it.
Doors open  7.45.     Start 8.30.
Prices  15c and  25c.
DR. MOODY'S
Celebrated English
Remedies
For HORSES,
CATTLE, HOGS,
SHEEP,  POULTRY
eicistered in Canada. Bag-land and IT. S. A. Used by the ' nglish Government for
over 05 years. I hey lire the greatest of all iinimid regulators nnd ure guaranteed. Stock
��� ocul. Poultry Fooel. Ceiniliiinii Powders, Heave Heinedy. Colic Cure*. Healing Salve,
Hair Growing Salve, Medicated Wash, Cornell and Cold Cure, I ininieni for Stock, Liniment for Home Use. FTnnf    iie,���,.nt  Corn Cure. Blister KinLsh, Spavin Cure.
I Royal Medicated Stock food Co.,
Lannine, Fawcett & Wilson, Ltd., Local
S14 Hustings
Street. West
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Agents
Delta
Uimes
���~+**7?fakes a Specialty of***'
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The   Delta   Times   Is   published   every
I      Saturday  rrom the Times Building,
Ladner,   F.C.    J.   D.   Taylor,   managing-director.

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