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Vol. 6, No
*ii*K!M*aaawai
A
LADNER, B. C, TUESDAY., MAY IS, 1909.
VV �� Ml ml
Another shipment of Ladies'* Neckwear and Belts
just arrived first from the manufacturers insuring the
very newest on the market*
Hosiery.
'This is "Where we fcre strong. See our lines oT-JLisle Thread Hose in
black, tan oxfelood and mauve. Cotton Hose in black, tan and white,
Special at-20c. ^Fine Cashraere Hese, Spatial at 35c -&r $ pair for $1.00.
Housefurnishing Needs,
Lace Curtains from 95e to $3.0�� a pair. Wfcite B&eded 0 attain Poles,
brass trimmings, Special, 50c a Set. Extension ft&ds, 20c, 25c to 50c.
Tape3trp Coverings, Cushion Tons, Curtiin Muslicg, e;c. Window Shades,
frdffi 35 3 to #1.50.
Oilcloths and Linoleums at right prices.
Wash (foods.
"White and Colored Muslins, Ginghams, Prints. Chainbrays, etc.
Summer Underwear (Ma)l Patterns) Bteases anil Skirts.
Men's Department.
Clothing���"How about that new suit for the Holidays ?
PUne Scotch Tweed Suits 'is. all the New Strip* Effects,
etc,4rotti 7.50 te $17.
Neglige Shirts 4n fine silk stripe, pure silk stripe, pure
silk, pongee, lustre and crepe cl��ths.
Pine Range Straw and Felb Hats, in all the new sum-
��ijer styles and colorings.
Our Shoe Department
Is a Paradise of rest for weary feet.
Settle's Pair.
Seattte,   Wash,,   May   15���The
' Stadium Of'the Alaska Yukon Pa-
j'cific'Exposition will comfortably af-
I'vord  seating capacity   for  twenty
i thousand spectators, and every sent
|*wHI command an unobstructed vitw
of lire track, two base ball diamonds
and football field.   It is built ou the
edge 'Of  (Lake   Washington,   and
from the grand stands .many ofthe
larger aquatic events may be viewed.   Across'the Ia4ce'the��now covered peaksdf'tbe'Cascades,  Mount
Rainier and Olympics ere dose at
'���hand   and   supply   a   noble   back'
ground.
Probably'the most notable characteristic of the 'Pay Streak of the
Alaska-Yukon-*Pacific Exposition is
the usual number of "sho.vs" having high educational value.
As a'ttsual'thing the amusement
>vvay of an exposition is all straight
���fun, some of it, at times of questionable character bet at Seattle it
:is a different proposition. Absolute cleanHiiess has been insisted
upon and lire drraStOrslfeave accept-
e��t attraction <Ai oaly the highest
: class.
At the "St.'Louis Exposition the
j 'Battle of the Monitor and the
j Merrimack!1' tool: HUbk gold medal
! for excellence over all other amuse-
I ment features exhibited on the
j Pike. It wfis more intetisty itrter-
jestin.,', of a hiijlier educational
j valne and more i ingenious from a
Mk Council.
The 'Delta Coundl met in the
Council Chamber -on 'Saturday,
May 8th, at 2 p.m., witfo tfte
Reeve,   H. J
chair, and Conns. 'Gibbie, Davk,
Storey,   Mortey
���sent.
TlieJfeifet
"New Westminster, May 15.���
There was.4 large attendance of
buyers awd -sellers ��t (yesterday'.*
Hutcherson, in "flit fmarbet. Fair prrcer. v.eite main-
ieinedtfer-oughaut anfi * large and
and 'fwnlwee rprt- sari sis etc ry aTOmrtrt orfetasiness was
transact*!.     'Flaflts  and   flowers
Minutes   of 'previous
were��� adopted ��s read.
COMMCNIC��T'IO��S!
tFrom Messrs. McLellan & Savage, re mortgage doe by Mr. Pike,
and asking extension ��f time,
quest granted.
Nsold.vel'u
meetingrwwKwew.   T-frere was an  absence
iof*veg:et!abtes and apples,
I   TSiis  week's  market   found <s
better sapply <sf beef for which the
demand was fair-   Lamb ��nd mutton were wore 'plentiful, .vo*: >was
'Re-f'<<: iair-supply tout rnc demwtfi   was
|shrell.    There wm a'-better supply
From C. J. Fagan.-ststiiig where I
supply of atrtiHosine may  be ob-
p<w k*artd tail *oM readiiy.
ChickeirsTveie in good demarid
tained.   Received and tiled.
ia��d the supplyrwas fair.   The sup-
by
t
From I'. W. C .Ihom, re Slough \*ly, ��[ fovds wss rmodert^;y *?*
'Toa I, accepting terms *rrauged
e CounciL
From residents on "Gaudy road,
I asking Council to ���item, out ditch |
on fai 1  road.   Ceun. Morley was
authorised   to   proceed    with  the
work.
Re digging di ditch ci Trunk
road, opposite the Burns' property,
the Reeve was aicthorfeed to fctve
work stopped at'Criee.
��nd the demand equalled ihe^ffer-
'ings. Oaly a few ducks were on
sale and teey were readily disposed
of.
Potatoes ���were'-rn fair supply and
steady demand. Otlber \egetables
were out of -season. On the whole
lhe"volirme Of business transacted
was normal for the time of the year
in all the above iines.
SEggs    iroma��n��id    'unbbanged
The Reeve and Crefk -m:re 'authorized to sign release ot G. W.
Loudon's mortgage.
Re'deianing ott of ditch ��n
son Toad,   the   Sleeve elated
ftiicrujhrne deWveries were5 liberal.
The enquiry was *uNy equal to the
1 cienand and cmon: \\����fld liave
0^ [readily sdld. 'ButterxmMmMm�����
(hatt:cli*Bged in price. >cCil��oiee ikrtsjof
continued fein narmci de-
^^
No trouble to
-sh��w shoes.   No shoes to show trouble.
Agents lor White Sewing  Machine.
Alll kinds of Needles carried in stock.
mechanical Standpoint than any
other show.
It is reproduced wHn the same
care on the Pay Streak and Emmet
McComiell, probably 'tbe besj
known showman in America, the
owner of tbe -attraction is person*
ally supervising its installation
which will 'Cost;-$34o,ooQ. ,
The battle lis a faithful reprc-
a meeting of these interested are tofwe*tH*ry
meet on Monday, roth.test. ^and'with the-mJual^lTerinec.
1'tie F*tit'ions  asiriwg for Vne in-
Several animals were disposed #'f
'trodti.-tion^f-a-water scheme were Mt:aUctio,I; a "jfc* ����� **$**>*
then dealtwith-and, after consider- i"bun for^�� ���"*�����*<���� �� $5*<
able   discussion,   the   Reeve 'and ���W** ���?? ���aod*-��00 "wpectiveiy.
<Cleri: were appointed a committee
to --Beware >all 'rrecessary information
��s'to rfee fifirst iiBdnie of .procedure,
levyhr^ohai: eqnritaWe >a9se��6iaent,
etc., and to- report ab^iext meeting.
Re;GuHsidc dykse, after some discussion it was decided  to engage
ductiou  of tbe   fa*nous cwil war lEngrueer'LeBarron to repcrtiupon
action which sawed toe umion^ at,; the best'-method .of protecting this
one of the most critical junctures.' j wwrk'amd'Wie probable co^t of same.
Not only   are  the two  war-boats j    Coma. Gibbie gave
���eeu in actiou, but every mow and j the meKt meeti��g be
'Folkwing'is tha'ii*t>c4..qaotatious
ipre\'ariing .at yesterday's���-Market:
Beef,  hindquarters,  8^c   to >gc
���per lb; foreqnarters, 6c [07c.
Mutton, igcto :14c i^er lb.
��� Lamb,a8c toxoc per lb.
Veal, iimedtum, utc toutJ^c per
lb; large, ���$�� toTOc.
1 Pork, gj4c per Jb.
���Eggs, wholesale, 25c ,<per  dop;
ncticethatati^1311^^
would infro- i    Butter' S5cto4ec perilb.
every caiman shot is
correct.
The Battle -ef Gettysburg, another of McCoimell's big-cyclorama
is shewn in a separate building and
ranks next to the Monitor and
Merrimack in excitement and interest.
Court of Revision.
LIMITED.
���PRESENTATION.
Mrs. John MacKenzie, accompanied by hereon and flanghter,
Maggie and Freddie, left, on the
'first of tbe month for 'their new
home at Cumberland, B, C, and
on the eve of their departure were
���entertained'lly b humber of friends
at the home bf Mrs, T. W. Foster,
when a handsome gold locket and
ehain wereTJresetited to MhsKIac-
Keu/.ie as a token of the esteem
and respect accorded her by those
of her more intimate acquaintance.
Accompanying the gift was the
following brief address:
Dear Maggie, we cannot allow,
this occasion of our meeting together (perhaps for the last time, as
"Silpho Sensi'.ion," Imported j Th? Bidiop of tire 'diocese will
Champion rlackn;y sta'lion stood JTiold a onfirmitio:i service in the
first in York, E iglatid as a year-je'nuch on Sunday, May 23rd at
ling, also being received  champion I ''3�� P' m*
at the Royal London Show,  Eng.i    th; Lidies'Guild 0? AUlfSa'ints.
Just'after'lahding in B. C, he took ['will be held at the lion* of Mrs. |,
second prfzj against all ages at thei'J-    Richardson,    Port    Guichon,
^without expressing our 'regrets at'
IMPORTED   HACK MEY.
ALL SAINTS' CHtKCH:.
ii
recent   Vancouver
See advt.
Hor-ie    Show.
losing you fend also to wish vou
*very'happiness in yofcr new home.
Kindly accepfthis gift as 'a token
of esteem fro* your friends tn'Lad-
ner.
Thursday afternoon at 2 p.
J. Grauer is building a large new
The Court of Revisicn-cHtbc Assessment met 011 Saturday, May ?,
at 10 a.m.. with the Reeve. H. I.
Hutchcrson, in the 'chair, ard
Conns. Gibbie, Davie. Storey ard
Morlev present.
The following complaints were
heard and disposed ��'.
From Jas. Gunderson. .against
assessment of $40 per acre ���en sixty
acres.    Assessment stretained.
From H. R. Townsend, -notifying changeofovvnership. Propwtji
to Ue assessed to Dr. Hall.
From <G. N.'R.., roreplarnrngof
incorrect assessment. 'The railway
acreage was reduced :eud rails vas-
sessed at $21,00).
From j. B. Burr, '-complaining
against over- v titration on   36  acres
historically |duce a by-law to raise ��fnnd�� to re
pair Gulfside dy4*e.
E.  S.   Browne -stated   rhat   he j
would require compensation Tor -six |
feeto'Iaad taken fer road purposes j
from'H. J. iKitkiaud's corner. *o-E,
W. CallMmiVs.
Coun. Morley reported that W.
B. Pybos <h��d ofiered to giveithe
Council irigLt ef way across the
front a! hk property in order to
straighten ar.d widen ithe Slough
road at ithat point.
Tfcedollowtiugiacoounts were ordered paid: K. N. Rich, "JiC.se; T.
J. Trapp & Cc, ^15:70; Gilley
Bros., $169.50; 1^. H. Wilson,
$5.40; W. N. Draper, $21.47:8.
VV'..Fi9her,'$535; Columbian, $4.90;
B. C. Gazette, $5; Chung Chee,
$m; Hong HinE, $19.50; li. Orm-
iston, ?7,s; E. Dewn, $24; Tom,
$36; Joe No. i, ?44; Joe No. 1,
$50; J. Scopinich, <6.;;'T. Costllioh,
$6ras; <Ias. Follis, $50; G. T.
Baker, $27.65; Deita Tides, $5.75;
Geo. kass, $ro.
Cowncil then adjourned till Saturday, May S2nd, at 2 p.m.
Fowls,  J$?.50.'ta $y-50 per dor;
j chickens, ���f?<oato'^8.oa.jer aoz.
j   -Ducks,.$13 perldoz.
'���Wy'sh's grape juice, raspberry
vinegar, lime,juice, fiuit syrups,
&C7���VV. H.^Smith.
All-our groceries are fresh and of
the best quality. Leave us -your
orders and we will deliver goods tc
you promptly���W. H.^Smith.
The Canneries are veny busy just
now putting boats iuto the water
and making other ,.��iecesf-ary ar-
rangettients fer rtw p��0nring big
year.
Lester Embree had th ��� misfortune to lose a cott��;e oc his property, in East Delta, by fire suppose 1
to have emanated bom' t le G. Rl.
R. locomotives.
'Rev.'J. H.'airl Mrs. White came
over from Eburne, yesterday, to at-
you are leaving us so soon) to pass hend the birthday festivities of Mrs.
barn on   his Boundary Bay farm,! oftiniber land.    Assessment'reduc-
30 * 150 l?et with 26 foot walls.      ;-ed $25 per acre on same.
I,       - - I    From   'Tlios.   Sheaves,   against
I amount of acreage and assessment.
SEED WHEAT���Bed  Fife arid ^Acreage   reduced   but   assessment
Blue   Stem;   Timothy,   Clover, I sustained.
Root and Garden Seeds. J    'Fr0m Wra.'Pybus, against  an-.-
SUTTON'S  FAMOUS SKEDS,  ownt of acreage.    Acreage  reduced
McKee, Ir,
Brackraan-Ker  Milling  Co..  Ltd.
H. N. RICH, Laduer, B.C., Agent, i
1 %/i itcres.
tFrom -H.
E. L- Morgan, againgt
amount of acrep.ge. Acreage reduced.
From T. Roberts, notifying of
change ol ownership of t;,o3+<ecres.
Changes tc-be-made.
The ��A6sessment Roll as revised
was .accepted as the Assessment
Roll for the year-1009.
Tbe-Court then adjourned--sine
die.
The new managers of the Mc-
Neely Hall are remodelling'and r��-
pairinff the interior of the building
and intend making it an 'Hii-lo-date
hall foncmusemect purpo ���';".
���NBW UNIFORMS.
Remember the  Bargain Sale of
hardware.at Latinw it Elliott's.
The Baud Boys will appear^on
May 24th in brand new uniforms
and caps. The caps.were importel
ybut the uniforms, blue '"trimmed
with gbl 1, reflect great credit on
our loc 1! tailor, Mr. Howard, .wu 1
made, t ie��i. THE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY, MAY iS, 1909.
THE  DEUTA TIMES.
PUBUSHfcP   fSfiftRY  TUESDAY.
AjTVittyiTISIN^. RATES.
qmufll Adverti*euifnu, i�� cent* psr.lim for
tl^tst Insertion, and 5 cent.per line for each
iabteatenf.Insertion. The number, ot. line*
���BkOUtd ntkt ������ce occupied, D.liBltB the
incl).
Rate, iorcojnmj^ial AJveitlaeflienU can be
Bad an application at tliis office.
Rending notice. 19 c?'its pet,line foe eaca i��-
���ertion.
i%th.Death and Marriage np,^cc��, fi.no.
Any special no*tc��> the oblect ol which 1st. i
promote the pecuntMJ-beuc&t oiany wvlividu;
ircumpauy, lobe considered an advertisemei
��nd cb4rt;e��la^cordiiiKly..
AU��dvertisementn.cliar&cd (or.uijUl ord��r.-.
ast and iiaifi.ior. <
Corre��poude,nse inxv'jpl ca,,nytttt�� ol pnbli-
Jterest^ Coinnimtianinitata editor nuiat Ih.- Di
ceH'-*4i4��',l bjt ti.ijiu- '.^iH'VKer, not tiecessurit
i'��T publication, but as evuleiice of good fait;
^rrespoudeuce t^)ist: -.��cU ii*i^.&fuce by Thin
:$> evenly,.
G��u R. Manlky,
Manager.
STEVENS
ARMS
\ are for tale by. ��1I progress^
Hardware wi.Sportiat
Good. Merchant*
DAN BEARDt/S splendid (fori
-*" GJJN�� AMD J^JV!WWa,,-
will be mailed posted to any
applicaut by J. Stevvns Arms
&>.Tpob, Co��?asvu Chitoix-o
Falls, Mass., upon
receipt of price.
For paper cover edition forward 20 cents;
for cloth bound book
send .30 cents.
Written
lor and published by
J. STEVENS
ARMS & TOOL CO.
r.O.B��WM
Clltim Fata, Mala.
T0KSBAY,   MAY    l8,   IQOQ.
j have  no, regrets   ot   apologies   to
I make.
���=$..���*..���. ������=��� ���=.--..: All   accounts   due   Tb*   Delta
Everythiug in the way ot hay 1 Times to 31st May, '09, are payable
ajid oats is prcttyJJ well cleaned out to Geo. R. Mauley, .who will pay
bere just now,rand it is anticipated j A\\ accounts ( ^ng a jjainst the plant
ttiat there will no;,be,a bale of hay
left by the, time.-the new. crop comes
in, which, ia itself, promises to be
short.
Some time ago the Council had
tttyder consideration., the-fact that
theSelectric connection made to| T.
1$.- Ladner's crusher was not sufficiently high) to udmiS- of. large
l^ds of hay passing wnderneath
without danger to the teamster,
but we notice this} defect has not
been fenjadiied..^What > is^the. reason, Gentlemen *���
up to that dale, and you will confer
a great favor by calling in aud paying your.accounts duiiag the intervening days.
SPECIAL QFJEER.
Farm and Ranch... Review, published at Calgary, Alta., sails at $1
per year, andii we, aje pcepared to
supply this paper free to new sub-
scribersand renewals under the following conditions:,
1. That i��it subscribers must be
residents of Albetta, Saskatchewan
or British-Columbia.,.
2. That all subscribers mnst be
Farmers or Ranchers, or otherwise
interested lift,Agricultural, pursuits.
3. That all subscribers must ex-
< press their,wish-that tbfl, Farm and
i Race'.: Review-be sent, to, their ad-
' dress-
Tasbfon Stabks*
Truckmer and ��Baying.    Livery Work of
All Kinds Attended to Promptly..
All1 Kinds 01 Firewood Always G)il Hand.
111BI1 ii
Incorporated 1*60.
M. GOUJNSON, Phone 20, LADNER, B.(.
<^HOEs t S22SSJLI
OAPITA1L AUTKGBIZED,       - $10,000,000
CAPITAL, PAID-UP,,      -          - $ 4,603,000
RESERVE FB-ND��-?         -         - $ 5,300,000
Total Assets  Fifty-Three Millions
DRYSOX PROCESS
of Waterproof
SHOE
Fori Winter Weather
.-counts ��f Out-of-Towit Customers Given Special
Attention.
BANK BY  MAIL.
TRY A PAIR AND BE CONVINCED.
JNCL REAGH,  ladder; B. c.
Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done.
\-U. yu, .w^^pp^T".. j.
It  is, hoped   that   when   Coun.
Davie gets to work on tba Bounc-
ary Bav road agai>, that, he will
utilise tfaeuMterial from, the ditch
there in levelling oft the road bi -
tween the Wright Bros.Maim and
Robert   Smith's;   plough   u$> the,
*' ������     . .      I     Now is, th*. time to accept this-.
high portion and. grade it,o*ei into offer    ^^ g ^
the ;?eutre,. Itherehjl,. doing  away- ,
with'what corduroy, there may be'
left in the raadf as well as doing^
away Jwith;  the, dangetousj drcPj
existing   there, at'^resent.     Thm!
w,e shall have a first class road.        !
Reception..
the Delta Saw mills
Are Prepared to ....
Ftimisli All Kindsvoi
ROUGPf  &   DRESSED   LUMBER
At. LOWEST PRICES. Also
Shingles,  Doo��?s�� Sash* ami
House   Finish   oi   All   Descriptions.
Savings Depar&nent.
Accounts may be opened with dteposits- of ONE DOLLAR
and   Upwards.      Interest paid-,  or credited,  half-
yearly en. Jitiue jotlv and Deceiniex
jist Qs.cb yeaai:.
K. D. SIMPSON, MsLna^et, LADNER, B.  C.
DELTA  HOTEL
J. Johnson; Pfeop.
Newly. Furnished Throughout, and
First-Class in Every Detail.
Rates oqi Application^.
Bs   H,    WE ARE
begs to> announce that ha has reopened his Mandolin) and Violia
Classes in Waddell's Hall, oveir
Giffiapdv's barber shop.
For further particulars applv t��
above.
LADNER<.
B.C
MantSoltfhta^ Strings* ��)fc>��
-Supplied at G1ty Prices..
I. HENLEY
|
���>   NEW W3STMINST8R,    :-:  B. C.
I
The   BEST  Water   Tanks  Are
made at This MM.
Mrs. McKee, "Rosettn," had'the
pleasure, ot  raceiving   bet-sween  70
��� 1 and  go. ot   her   friends, yesterday,.
A patitign was, piesent.ed to the! tbe aaoivenary  o��- he:, 91st birtl-
Qouncil not manymontbe ago from
��*sidents of Boundary,Bay praying
���that honorable body to prohibit.the
herding of stocky appn,. the: roads,
day. Mrs, Join*. .Yii-Kee, jri, was.
ably assisted during- the afternoon.
by Miss Daisy Thompson, Miss;
Ethel Greeny Miss C'.ara, and  Mi;s
but we. notice that, the oflendiug j Mabel Lord.
parties still>cputjnue  not. only [to;     It would  be  gratifying  to Mrs;
herd npon tU"e,roads but dejiberati-j McKee's b��t oh town   friends   to
ly turu stock loose at all hour?,   know that she-still'enjoys excellent
The Council has spent considerable "��lth at her advanced age.
money.  tuu ditching   ayd so. bavt ���n 1 ���-���.
some oft the.resideot^.oX, Delta, and      _'    .    _ .      _
' r^ti-^^t  -"   ��. Qhoiee-Dairy  Butter coming  in
it is up t* the. Council  to.,protect jj^   36c. ^ , onud ��� W.   H.
these wi>rk.%by^ compelliag. those | SinitHi
owning stock*'^ laisep- tbeui.off the --1-
syad.    Ifthey cannot .afford to buy j     Mrs. J. W. Smith is  vising;, her
ieed, let them., sell - the stock and | son,   Dr. F. I\ Smith, New, West-
not make a nuisance of taemselvesj minster.
to their neighbors.
ATJT I^pVQI)?,,
After a lapse ol three, weeks wi
fcave .managed, to. publish aapthei
issue,9/.the. D^lta.,Tin)��.s,.but, on
acconnt of ilt b#ahh, we have lound
��tf necessar7vto dispose of. the busi
ness and- will, therefore, hand over
to our successor oft)the .list insrt.
We heaijtily thank our patjrons
for theif support, ��ti tke past, and
bespeak for .our successor an even
���or* Tgeneiouft, support, in the
future.,
During our term .we-baye endeavored to do,phftt we believed to be
right regardless.ot individual feel-
True Oliver is-.progressing very
favorably with bis naw hauscs, on
Delta Streets.
For the information of those Interested iathe R,ir\e,Association, we
teg to state that;., the committee in
charge of rang a,- meters, etc., have
j firwarded plan, for approval and
are now awaktftg further iflstructions.
The digginjjof the ditch, on the
Boundary Bay road In front ot, the
Grauer property ��� from Sain:. Morrow's to the school house, is going
to make a vast improvemsmt to the
road in this port.-as well as.iinprov-
i lg the health? of the district generally by draining oil the stagnant
lags or ol cost to.ourselves, and we [.water from the swamp there.
ram iMRn
Sports, May 24th, Ladner
The lollowinc; have'Jkiiiuly dpti-
ated prices:
Royal 3rnik ol Canada, $5.
Mess:s. Lanniug, Faweett 6c Wilson, Ltd., $5.
J. Johnson, ?io..
H. N. Rich, $2.50..
W. Hf. Smith, value JSa^SO,
Delta Times, visiting cards.
Delta Meat Market; 1 pig.
A. Clausen, ladies' cufflinks.
H. McDowell, $*.
Al. Walker, $i.���
J. Reagh, value ��2 50..
Stokes & Cull is, haul.
I,. Gifford, $i-..
J. Lugi.uv $l.
P. Clark, S1.30.
W. H. Taylor-,.$1.50.
G. T. Baker, $2..
H. J. Hutcherson, )p.
E. T. Calvert, value $2.50.
Latimer & Elliott, silver spoons.
S. W. Fisher,.^-.
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(Westminster Branch^
Time Table
Ciirt* leave Wtsfcmlusteri tor. Vancouver f.t f..5o
nud 6.5ou,rU.AllU huurl^thcrnu.Acr irntil ji p.
in.; Saturdays and"Snn(lii>*atiu.i^ji. .
Cars leave. Vancouver ft��r VVes*iiiinsterB at j.jo
and (i.so u. in..and hourly thereafter until to-p.
hi.; Sjittintay!V4.ti<l Htuidays at ii u-in.
KKHICHTi  CAUS.
Wc run first-clHKfl frelftJH cars botwecj    Went-
ituHter and  Vnucoiiver and nil Bhipmepts are
handled with the utKost eare audtdtHIveretl to
unstgiiee without delay Special attention paid
u fruit shipment*.,  Oui wagons> meet all boats
and trssins,   For rattsTetu apply to
SID OKEfiORY; J�� McQUAURIE,
TralRc Mgr. Local Mgr,
Westminster, B.C.
Eight opiten hiVes-of bees-for sala
cheap.    Ajiply to
T. H. LADNER.
T. Thirkle was-antong  the ���visitors to the twiaicitfcs to-day.
Don*t fopjret i&take in tft��-spori8
u Monday next. Empire Day.
Mrs  (Capt1 Cross art^son   '.H\e
left 011 a visit ito bonnie Scotland.
For Sale.
Half ton   white   seed   potatoes; I
also ,twoi good   millc  cows.    Apply
to-
GEO, DEVITT.
W. N.Drajper,
PROVINCIAIi UAiND SURVEYOR
Ro*��2.Iillaril BIcwk.NewiWMtmiiMtrr.
For Sale^
One splendid. 4-hole st<el. kitchen
ranye. Price, half ol the original
cost.    Apply to
��. ANDERSON.
Gennine     Eastern      Townships [
maple syrup, Kiisranteacl pure��� W.
H. Smith.
Wanted.
About 15 or 20 acres ot new land
ploughed.    Apply to
I S. T. HOLRROOK..
Wanted..
Sir! ta.crb general honseworU: on
farm. Wages $25 for June and
$30 per month for July and August.
Apply X.Y.Z,,
TIJJS OEItI.CE.
5.5. TRANSFER
Cotnmeming April 1st the S.S..
Transfer will leave BYaclcnian-Ke��
wharf every week-day afternoon,,
except Saturday., at j p.roi lor Lad-
ner, Westhiiin. Island and way ports-
Saturdays at 2 p.m., returning to.
New Westminster. Saturday, evenings,
RUNS" TO STEVESTON TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS.
Returning,, leaves* Westham Island eveay week-day tnowiing.. except Friday, at 7 a.m., and Ladner
���7:45 a.hk Fridays leaves Westham.
Island 6 a.m.. and Ladner at 6.45;
a.m.
Additional trip Mtond'ay momingt
leaving New Westminster at 5,a.rm
This schedule subject to change
without notice..
For freight aad passenger sates
apply to
ROBERT JARDINE,
. Manager.
Fruit and ��rnamieat i! Trees���-
home grown, har>iyKieste.l audi
proven. Oiia trte-^ do noil
iiaws-to be- tumigiitedi
Thsy, a.ia gao*,vii u��. the onljf
part of the continent not: inicsth-
ed with thu San, Jon. scal^
157-Page Catalo  ue Free
' '.reeuhouses and  S* dbousesK
,V)io Westmiot-terRsoaii, Vaoaouveir
rtranchi NCursery, Sbubhi VancouvH-
Brilisli Cokwubia.
ALBERT TOGim^
Of  Vernon-,   Okana^acn  has  nomc
to settde iu Ladner,. and m- prapiireti.
to fitt up
FRUHT 0*RCI-TARI>S
in yoodishape,, or anyfiiing on the
firm,, by Dav Work , Contract,
:iudi wilt take work 0.1 tin share
system.
Would! tafce the manai;ciiieni oi
a Farm.
Good References:.
Teams. Reasonable
Mir^ W; J. Coard* lunedl our
"GR'A\r*D" Piano and regulated
the action to my entire satisfaction,,
and' 1 oan conscientiously recommend hitu to amone reqturim; thi��
line ol work.:���Arthur BfewelT, Organist aad Choirmaster, St. Andrews' Church, Vancouver, B.C. t
W.J. GOARD-
will make regular trips here audi
anyone wishing their instrument!
tuned or repaired will kindly lea��tj
their names at. This Office..
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CHURCH    NOTICES.
AM,  SAINTS.
1 Anglican.;
iicr, CoiuuiUniou���1st and -,n
Buildup's at Sr^o a.:n.: ji.J and y.i:
Sinn! ivs at 11 a.in,
Matins, i r o'clock.
Rvensoi'ir, 7:^0 o'clock.
Sunday school at 10 a.in.
Fridhy eveutii^, i.uuuy jt 7:30.
Rev. H. K. Jiartleu. M.A...J Vicai
CATUt l.IC
Services first and tliinl Sunday o,
���--arti month at 10:30 a.m.; Benedii ���
tion, 7:30 ji.m.
Sunday school at 3 p.m.
Low Mass and Holy Communion
first and third Mondays at 6 a.m.
Rev. Father Wagner, O.M.I.,
Parish Priest.
METHODIST.
Services next Lord's Day at 11
a. ni.and 7:30 p.m.
Class meeting, after tha morning
servicj every Sunday.
Sabbath School at 2 p ra every
Sunday. Prayer meeting every
Thursday evening at 8.
Rev. T. F. Betts, pastor.
ST. ANDREW 8 PRESBYTERIAN
Services next Lord's Day at i
i.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Sabbath School 2:30 p.m. Midweek meetii-ig on Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clcck.
Rev. J. H. White, M.A
BAPTIST.
Sabbath services ��� Crescent Is-
iand, 3 p.m.; Ladner, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at 10:30 a. in.
I'rayer meeting on Thursday at
i P.111.
COLUMBIAN C0LLEGI1
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Founded 1892
Incorporated 1893
Provides a Christian Heme for Students of both
sexes , at moderate rate:-. Has a preparatory class far
junior students taking Public" School work. Does High
School work and prepares for Provincial Teachers' Examinations, Teaches all branches of a Practical Business
Course and confers Diplomas. Imparts a Liberal Educa
tion in its Collegiate Course, aud in the Ladies' Course
for M. E. L., and M. L. A. In Theology confers the degree of B.D. In University wcrk can take students through
the complete Arts Course for the B.A. degree of Toronto
University, with which the College is in full affiliation. In
Science teaches the First Year of Toronto School of Science, and has a Special Engineering Course adapted to
Practical Engineering work in lhis ) rovii ce. in Music, a
complete course in'theory, voice culture, and piano" and
organ, in conjunction with the Toronto college of music.
Special instruction in art and elocution, while all students
are required to take physical training with all the privileges of a well equipped gymnasium.
60   YEAR8'
EXPERIENCE
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Invention, is probably patqntnM8.Comuiuii!ivi.
tlonaatrloUyconflaoutfiil. HANDBOOK on Patents
Bent free. Oldest aceney for BOCUryw patents.
Patents taken turourb. JMuuu 8c Co. receive
EPtrial ��ofic��, without charge, In the
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A handBOmoly illustrated woofcly.   Lurceat cir-
gllation of any scientific Journal.    Terms for
anadu, K>.i J a year, postage prepaid.    Sold by
all newsdealers.
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Branch OOte. 035 P Et, Waanlngtoo. D. C.
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If you average the cost price of J-M Asbestos Roofing over
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
Asbesfos, 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 sampltis and prices.
H. W. JOHNS-MNVILLE CO.,
576 First Ave. S. Seattle, Wash*.
SYNOPSIS    OF   CANADIAN    HOME-1
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, n'.ay be homes teaded by any per-|
son who is the sole head of a family, j
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section ol
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate. Entry by
proxy may, however, be made on certain coiidi.ions by the father, mother,
son, daughter, brother or sister of an
intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected there
with under one of the following plan.!
(1) At least six months' residence
' upon and euttlvatlon of the land    in
each year for three years.
(2) If the fnllier (or mother, IT the
father Is deceawd) of the homesteader
resides upon a [arm iu the vicinity of!
the land entered for, the reijuirements
as to residence may te satisfied by
such person residing with the father|
or mother.
(3) if the settler has his permanan't
residence uyon fanning land owned j
by him in the vicinity of his home j
stead, the requirements as to resi ;
dence may be satisfied by residence
upon the said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to tne Commissioner of D6-
; minion Lands at Ottawa of intention;
I to apply for patent.
COAL.���Coal mining rights may be!
leased for a period of twenty-one
years, at an annual rental of $1 per
acre. Not more than 2.560 acres shall
be leased to one Individual or company. A" royalty at the rate of five
cents per ton shall be collected on
the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.;
N, B.���Unauthorized publication of
this adveptisement    will  not be P��td|
*ei.
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THESE THREE $2.50
. j. ���   - a - -'���
he Delta Times THE DELTA TIMES, TUESDAY. MAY iS. 1509.
BORN.
CUI.LIS~.pn April 30th. the wile
of F. Cullis, of a daughter.
LOCAL NEWS.
Bargains of til kinds at Latimer
��V Ulliott's.
P. Shirley has built a nice neat
teuce around his hotel property.
J. A.  Williamson is building  a
nice large addition to his house.
Mrs. Hayes is expected home
from Australia, the first week in
June.
C. Helraer left here to-day for
White Horse, Yukon, for the
summer.
J. Honeyman left to-day on a
month's visit to friends in the
Northwest.
J. Reagh has built a niee neat
close board fence around his property on Delta street.
All accounts owing Latimer &
Elliott must be settled on or before
lit June next as they are, leaving
the District.
The S.S. Sonoma leaves Ladner
Ut 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.; returning, leaves Steveston at 9:30 a.m.
and 4:30 p.m.
Dr. A. A. King has made a vast
Improvement in the appearance of
his pjoperty on the corner of Delta
and Wettham Streets.
Miss Green came up from San
Jos*, Cal., last week, on a visit to
friends and relatives here and is the
gaest of her sister. Mrs. H. N.
Rich.
Messrs. J. T. Burnett and Rufus
Gangster, two of Westminster's expert printers, arrived in town, on
Saturday evening last, to lend us a
hand in getting out this issue of
the Delta Times.
Remember the dance on the 24th
in the JVcNeely Hall. Tickets,
gentlemen $1, ladies 25c, including
r. freshments; programmes roc.
Come and have a good time. The
Ladner Band is in splendid shape
and the Boys have worked hard to
h ive a good .selection of music for
this occasion. The hall is being
fixed up aud will be an improvement on the old hall. Tickets may
be had from D. R. Anderson, E. H.
Weare and A. DeR. Taylor.
Grand Entertainment.
The entertainment given in the
Town Hall, on Friday evening
last, under the auspices ofthe choir
ot All Saints Church, was a very
successful affair, the bail being well
filled, although it rained considerably during the day.
The first number on the programme was an instrumental by the
Howard Brothers, followed by a
character song,"Bamey," by Chas.
Brawn which brought forth loud
applause. A. Wheeler, of Victoria,
kindly consented to supply a couple
of numbers, the first being
a song. "The Life Boat."
which was well rendered and much
appreciated; Next came a chorus
by the Glee Club, which was very
well rendered; a song "School
Days," by C. H. Morgan also well
rendered, was followed by another
instrumental by the Howard Bros.;
"Then You'll Remember Me," by
Messrs. C. Brawn, H. Howard,
B. T. Calvert, and H. Brawn, was
also well rendered; song "Battle of
the Baltic," by W. J. Rudd; a
character song; "The Old Soldier,"
by H. Howard, was well rendered
ami brought the first part of the
programme to a close.
After an interval of ten minutes
the second part ol the programme
was opened by an instrumental
from "II Tiovatore" by Miss
Minerva Smith, which brought
forth loud applause; next came a
couple of tableaux, "Reveries of a
Bachelor" and "Home, Sweet
Home," the latter by special request, both of which were well
rendered and received loud applause; song, "Admiral Blake," by
W. J. Rudd, was very well rendered; Mr. Wheeler then followed
with another song, "The Deathless
Army," for which he received loud
applause; an illustrated song, "The
Miner's Dream of Home," by
Messrs. Calvert and E. Howard,
was very well rendered and highly
appreciated; Messrs. B. H. Weare
and V. Taylor next produced their
screaming farce, "Lodgings for
Single Ladies," which brought
down tbe house and was followed
by the closing number, "Good-
Night" chorus, by the Glee Club.
After singing the National Anthem an opportunity was given
those who wished to stay to trip
the light fantastic which was much
appreciated by quite a number.
"Silpho Sensation"
(484) (10811)
The Imported Hackney Stallion,
will stand tor the season of 1909 in
the Delta district Stands 16 hands;
colour, dark chestnut; age, 3 years.
C. MOSES,
Owner.
MALCOLM STEWART,
Groom.
Em    $*    McBRIDE.
General Merchant,
Phone 5,   -   Port Guichon
7p.C.
Nett
On Your Money
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Nett
Guaranteed upon absolutely safe security���first
mortgages on substantial city properties SEVEN and
Eight Pbr CENT. Guaranteed, free of all charges,
upon sums ranging from Five Hundred Dollars up*
White, Sbiks & (��,
New Westminster, B.C.
Agencies Represented���
llarttord rire Insurance "Co. InflirSfte* C, ot North Aftferitfa
Phoenix Insurance Co. of nrooklyn    The Ocesn Accident & OuarafWWe'CorTWYa-
CouaeeU-ut Kite Insurance Co. doll, Ltd., of London, l?!if.
Imperial Trust Co.. Ltd.  Vancouver. B.C.
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We Beg Leave
To notify the people of <Ladaer smd surrounding -^isfoict that vv-e are now in a
position to ofter VanfeottVeT Isla&d
Portia d  Cement
At 'greatly reduced prices, mafcisg it possible for parties who contemplate building
to put in concrete foundations at about the
same cost as piling or other imferkw
material.
Write for Prices,
Are You
A WINNER?
GILLEY BROS.
NEW WESTMINSfE%
B. O,
You are if you ha\'e a duplicate coupon bearing
one of the numbers below, if you hold'a lucky number
mail it to us and you will receive a beautiful 109-piece
dinner set. But remember, you are as likely to win next
month on th'is&month's coupon, so save your coupons aftd
collect as many as you can.
The winning numbers for April are;
37199    49534    49232    45&30    47354
40751     29152    45235    39848    46S24
ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR is a winner anyway, j
It is the purest and best flour aaade.   Every <zgAb.\
sack contains a coupon entitling tbe holder to a chance'
to win one ten beautiful awd costly dinner sets given away
each month. Gathet the Coupons mid watch this space for
announcements.
Sold by W. H. Smith.
MANUFACTURED   ONLY   BY
Vancouver Milling I Grata (&, Ltd.,
VANCOUVER, B. &
Potato Machinery
Cuts the cost of Growing in Half
Qosp  I Ic For Aspfciwall Plant-
OCC  U&     ers, Sorters* Cutters
and Diggers.
CHAMPION DIGGERS,
We will meet all competitors! iu these ifeies
both in prices and in the field.
Planet Junior Cultivators
of ALL KINDS you will shortly nefed. We
have them.
How about that Chicken Run ?
You will need to keep the hens fcut ofthe
garden. We have the wire to do it at right
prices.
The Very Latest in Marine; Motors, feat or
slow speed, make and break or jump spark.
E. T. CALVERT,
GENERAL
DEALER
LADNER.  B.C.
r. **A*iJUf>t..i-
JEWELEBY.
All  sorts  of  First-Class   jeweller
Silverware, Cut Glass, Eta
)lmmMmWmmmmt ~fl   mt
NEW STOCK ON HAND.
PRICES AWAY DOWN
Mdrew Clausen,
LADNRR.   B. C.
All Kinds] e-f
REPAIRING,    CLEANING    AND    PRESSING
H. Howard,
~   TAILOR   -
SUITS   MADE   TO  ORDER
JFSt artd Style Guaranteed
mammtiii tiki i ���
Next Door to H. McDowell's Harness Shop,
DELTA STREET,       -       -       -       LADNER, B. C.
Just Two Weeks
of Bargains!
We leave Ladner on tfcie >iSt of June and must reduce
our Stock in aiU lines of Mtfrdware, Stoves, Gi<hniteware
and Paints. To do this We 'have put everything ��m cut-
store on the BARGAIN COUNTER.
Here ate some <of the things .you irtay liCed:
FHftiltry Netting
Screed Doors
Screen Windows
Screen "Wire
lloes      Shovels      Spades
In   fact   everything \fsually called  Hardware is   in  tftifc
stock, 'find M*jst be So&Jfc.
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