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Array THE DELTA TIMES
Volume 7
LADNER. B. C. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914.
$1.00 A YEA2L
BAITIE AGAIN GENERAL ALONG
1 ENTIRE FIGHTING LINE
French    War    Office
I strongest held since they Invaded
I France. The defensive conditions
An- | are said  to be  ideal.     Nevertheless
OLD-TIMER DIES
IN DELTA HOME
Daniel   MaeOreijor,   Age<l   Fifty-lour
Years Is Dead After  Lung
Illness.
COLLECTORS
APPOINTED
DRGED TO AID
RELIEF WORK
NEW QUARANTINE
STATION ASKEI
nnllnrM      TL,i     n��.��.... i cc?fidence   is   expressed   that   they
nouncei      lhat     -Uermans,  w ll be overwhelmed by the Allies'
The     death   occurred   on   Monday
Qaintrx.A-^A       A��-_.     D   _�����       i numerical  superiority.
Keintorced,    Are     Putting|��* attewttag a further crumpling!evening at  10:10  o'clock  of Daniel
Up    Desperate    Defence
Against Allies' Attack.
The British |
of the Kaiser's right wing. J.McGregor,  one of the  old-timers of
LONDON, Se~"lT-The flrst de-|this dlstrict' at his home on the Par-
itfchment of native troops from In-!miter road.    The deceased was    o4
^^^^m^h dla n,ig reached thc Allies' front injyears of  age  and  for  the  past  five
LONDON, Sept.     16.���A    Central | France.     They came    by    way    of
News despatch from Rome quotes a \$ne7- and landed in northern France.
Ladies  of     Delta  Will  Canvas   .or | Vancouver   Speakers   rdl   of   War Delt Board of Trade Wants Statin
Local   War Relief
Fund.
Relief Work at Sunday's
Meeting.
telegram from Basle, Switzerland, to
the M-ssagero, stating that the Ger-
hj itis are reported to have received
orders to retire as far as the right
bank of the Rhine, completely
evacuating France, Belgium and
Liixemberg.
They were rushed to the fighting
line by rail. It is understood they
are mostly cavalry.
PAWS, Sept.  16.���A general bat-
tie has been in progress since Mon- _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
Jay along the  whole Franco-British  w1'l try to hold their present posi
PAUIS, Sept. 16.���Germans on the
r orth bank of the River Aisne are
reforming their lines on heavily entrenched low hills and seemed prepared to make a determined stand,
though some experts    thought they
years had suffered from paralysis.
Mr. McGregor was born in Acton,
Halton county, Ont., and when two
years of age his family moved to
Roxborough, put. Thirty-five years
ago he took up is resident-he in lchi-
ago he took up his residence in
Michigan state and later In Laconar,
Wash., and Sumas Prairie, B.C. Mr.
McGregor has been resident of Ladner for the past 17 years.
He leaves to mourn his loss a wife
and  two  daughters,     Christina  and
and German lines north and east of  tions only until they complete strong
.^ Paris, it is stated in a message from I er defences to the rear. I
lit Bordeaux war office at 3 o'clock) Sharp rear guard skirmishing is in!Adora, all of Ladner. A daughter,
_ls afternoon. The Germans are . progress. Conditions are becoming ; Mabel, and a son, Lawrence, pre-
gaid to be on the offensive nowhere, : increasingly difficult for military op-: deceased him. A sister, Mrs. John
������German main body and rear guard erattons. Heavy rains continued, Fraser- resides in Edmonds, and
are reinforced," explained the war j rivers are raging torrents, and theianother, Mrs. Harry .McCormack, in
office,   "and  have  been   fighting  de- I countryside is converted into a bog. ! Vancouver,   besides   Mrs.   Singer,   of
fensively along the entire line north j   Montreal,  and  Mrs.   Sam   Larien,  of
ol Noyon, Soissons and I.aon to thei     ANTWERP,       Sept.       16. Sixty  Rock Creek. BC--    Dr. McGregor, of
north  of Rhelms,    thence    through  thousand Germans are being' rushed \ Kamlo��Ps,  is   a   brother  of   the  de-
Ville Sur and Lurbe. [to  Belgium  from  Aix la Ohappelle lceaset-- as aIso Sandy McGregor,  of
Drawing conclusions from the war  Whether they are bound for France
office  statement   and   from   the   ad-J to fill gaps in the Kaiser's advanced
vices received  from the front. Gen. j lines, or destined to strengthen his
Galleini pronounced the sifuaition ex- Belgium garrisons is uncertain,
cedent from the Allies' standpoint. The Belgians are holding the outer
Whi'e it is known  positively that [ring  of  Antwerp  defenres,  awaiting
the  Germans have  been  reinforced,  developments.
it ia reported that fresh troops, pre- i Reports from Rrussels, where the
Btimahly lrom Great Britain's Far [Germans are strengthening the forti-
E. stern possessions have arrived to . fixations, and receiving reinforce-
help the Allies. Tlie expectation is intents, are supposed to indicate that
that when the veil lifts, an enormous! a German attack on Ostend is plan-
Koxborough, Ont. ^^^^^^^^^^
I The funeral will be held on Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at Boundary Bay, Rev. J. J. Hastie officiating.
\ splendid Response.
ned.
LONDON,  Sept.  16,���Of a reported battle between German and Russian   naval   forces  in   the  Baltic,   no
been   received.
i'.'tish force will be revealed in the
field.    It has been  the French  aud
I'   ' sh  plan to continue the pursuit
n    the  enemy  relentlessly,  and  give
thi :n no l in-   to rclo'-m.     According
t    ihe Allies, the recant heavy rains | further   news   has
handicapped the Germans more seri-
i isly than the French or British, tl
si>:t roads involving constant danger
"   miring and capture of their he.
-:,i<tor-drawn guns.
It is understood the German prisoners of war being sent to Algeria
are to be guarded by French reserves
.md  native troops.
Patriotic Rail Xets $265 for War Re-
lief   Fund���Two   Hundred
Present.
Receipts at the patriotic ball held
last Friday evening in ihe McNeely
Hall netted the local war relief fund
$265.55 while the expenses amounted to $47.1*0. The hall '.vas artistically decorated with flags and bunting for the occasion while, the number of couples    present was over a
Petrograd despatches referred vaguely to the presence of German ships
In the Gulf of Finland  and "bom- hundred
hirdment of unprotected positions." ! Rushton's orchestra provided the
Tlie messages, however, were very music, opening the dance with patri-
obscure. ot'e a'rs and Playing the Home waltz
  at 3 o'clock.
During the evening Reeve A. D.
Paterson, acting as auctioneer, increased the receipts to the amount of
$25  by  the sale of  cakes.     Supper
LONDON. Sept. 16.���The 'belief
that Italy will soon join the Allies
aaeinst Germany and Austria, is
Ruining ground herp. Confidential
advices from diplomatic sources indicated that Ihe anti-Austrian feeling
is intensifying throughout Italy as a
result of Austria's concentration
of troops in Adriatic and Tyrol re-
giens.
was provided  by the ladies attending.
BORDEAUX. Sept. 16.���War Minister Millerand today told thr. French
���I Inet that conditions at the front
are -atisfartory. The Germans, he
said, had stopped their precipitate
flight but were still retreating slowly   and  had  been   repulsed   wherever
attempted  to resume the offen- ,      .M^^^^^^^b^^^^^^^^^^^h
'���'���* announced there are evidences!     g���S * TT H**T f0''1',,'"'
renewed German activities in Lor-  77���?. '>I���ns   have   checked   the
ralne anil  that  .here has been en- f" in  Pnuyp' l^ ��� �� f,re t0. i
table flghtW near BeMort. I 1:,VA'T'iT'1-*-**     Tnmnnyplnces.lt,  ,	
is stated, the French  were repulsed.
Most  of  Coper   Alsace   he  stated, ' *r,,-t ���,��� A,���      _,.p-p SWPpp*m.*v vIr_   K    , ,)es,,era,p     .���....,.  ���..  ,,.,���.,���
remained In the hands of tbe French. | tnrlml_ ,- ���,p ,,,������. of -j^,,. ,_ (lP_ esperate   attack on Belgian
The War Minister made hi" report j _^     n |s explained that  the Ger-
al     special session of the cabinet.        ���,,-., withdrew to stronrrer positions
  I they had  nlrendv  decided  to oceupv
GERMANS STILL
WANT ANTWERP
At a meeting of the Delta Women's
Patriotic  Society  held  :ast   week  in
Ithe municipal hall the  municipality
was divided up into districts and the
I various collectors appointed for these
|districts to canvass for the local war
jrelief fund.     The following are the
I districts and collectors:     East Delta,
Miss Elsie Honeyman and Miss Sadie
Kittson;  Port Guichon. Westham Island and Gu-ff Side, Mrs. John Rieh-
lahlson;   Boundary   Bay,   Mrs.   John
j Perram; Crescent Island, Miss Burr;
Ladner, Miss Edith Rich, Miss Clement,   Miss   Hazel   Hutcherson,     Miss
Ruby Kirkland and Miss I.eona Whit-
I worth.    Those appointed will besides
soliciting   for  subscriptions  also  secure  new  members   for  the  society.
To     interest     children     and    the
younger people along  patriotic lines
a special committee has been appointed and is in charge of    Miss    Edith
Rich.    At this meeting of the society-
all   committees   reported   that   they
were doing good  work and  meeting
with success.    The society  has asked   the  session   of  the   Presbyterian
church     for  the  use of the  church
basement  where the sewing committees will meet every Thursday afternoon  and  a general     meeting to  be I
held   the   first   Thursday     of     each j
month.
Through an oversight the name of
Mrs. W. H. Kirkland was omitted
from the "sewing for wives and children" committee in last week's issue.
Mrs. S. W. Fisher was appointed
vice-president   of  the  society.
MORE  CAPTURED  FLAGS.
Residents of Ladner and the Delta
were   urged   to  do   their  share   towards aiding the families of the soldiers at present    away    by  various
Vancouver speakers at the patriotic
meeting held  last Sunday afternoon
in the McNeely Hail.    Mr. Chas. Tisdall, M.P.P.,  of Vancouver,  was one
of the speakers and  told  in  hls address  of   the   war   relief   fund   work
|being done  in  that    city  and  urged
|that 'the   local   residents     continue
ialong similiar lines.
.Mayor Baxter, of Vancouver, also
'addressed the meeting dealing with
|the work being done by Vancouver
citizens and he was followed by-
speeches from Mr. McVety, president of the Vancouver Trades and
Labor Council, and Mrs. Rose, of the
Local Council of Women, Vancouver,
who cited cases and examples that
had been found in tbat city. Mr.
Frank MacKenzle, M. P. P., for Delta, spoke along the lines of the former speakers. It was announced
that the G. N. R. would ship conlri-
butions of produce from the Delta
to the Vancouver fund free of
charge, a car being sent once a week
or as the occasion warranted.
During the afternoon musical selections were rendered by the Howard Bros., including "O Canada," and
"The Maple Leaf," but owing to tho
shortness of the time given their
programme was necessarily curtailed.
Mr. E. L. Berry ably sang "Rule
Britannia" and " Hearts of Oak,"
while Mrs. W. J. Lanning sang
"Home, Sweet Home."
Located  at  Point
Roberts.
At   the   regular   Delta  Board  ot
Trade meeting held on Monday eve-
ining    in    the    municipal   hall,   with
j President   W.   A.   Kirkland    in    the
chair, a resolution was passed resorn-
mending     the     changing     of     the
schedule   of   the   Helen   M.   Scanlon
from the fifteenth of October to the
' fifteenth   of   March.       The   recom-
Imendation    asks    that   on   Sudnayi
j during the time mentioned the ferry
| should drop the 3 o'clock and the 7
j o'clock runs.
The question of fire protection
: for I.adner was discussed and Mr.
|C. O. Lambert was instructed to se-
jcure particulars regarding the cost
��� of hose and carriers and to bring In
I a report at the next meeting. Lad-
|ner is at present without adequate
|protection in case of fire, although
i having the standpipes, but without
ihose and carriers.
Mr. D. B. Grant made the suggestion that the Helen M. Scanlon could
be fitted up similar to the Senator
Jansen and used as a fire boat when
the occasion required. This matter
was laid over until Mr. Lambert reports.
A resolution was passed, proposed
by Mr. D. A. McKee and seconded
by Mr. E. L. Berry, that a petition
be presented to the Ottawa government asking for a quarantine station to be established at the boundary line nt Point Roberts. This
would do away with the excessive
cost necessitated at present by having the quarantine station situated
at White Rock and New Westminster.
BORDEAUX, Sept. 16.���Two
more German flags, those of the
38th and 0 4th Prussian infantry,
presented to President Poincare,
have been placed beside the standards of the 68th and 72nd German
infantry in the grand drawing-room
of the president's Bordeaux residence.
PLAYING TO THE GALLERY?
LONDON, Sept. 16.���A dispatch
lo the Exchange Telegraph from
Bordeaux sasys that the German officer who attempted to commit suicide when ordered to retreat and
who later was taken prisoner by the
French,  Is General  Frlese.
SILENT   PROTEST  OF  UNIONISTS I_
Seaport I* Yet Within Hounds
of Possibility.
P \RIS, Sept. 16.���Military experts
lay admitted that the German posi-
n north of thc River Aisne is the
in the event of the discovery of a
numerically superior allied force
ahead.
ANTWERP, Sept. 16.���Details Of
a brilliant attack on a force of 5-0
Germans at Roules, twenty miles
south of Bruges, have reached here.
tS   CONTACT   WITH   ENEMY.      pointed   out,     however,     that ^ the , The Belgians caught the enemy just
struggle must be a frontal one from
the German side, while the Allies
( ceupy positions from which an enveloping movement enn be effected.
The strength of the forces engaged, although kept secret, is believed to be almost equal,
argued,  however,     that  the
outside the town ad killed 250 of
them. Thirty-two others were taken
prisoners.
The Germans are  ranged  around
Brussels   In   numbers   approximately
one   hundred   thousand,     while   the
It   is j greater   part   of   the   Belgian   army,
Allies   about 80,000 strong, has taken shel
German Stand North of River Aisne
Threatens to  Develop Into
('���'eat  Itattie.
PARIS,    Sept.     16.���The    official
���   inmuni_ation Issued by the Flench
government last night Bays;
"On our left wing our armies are
in close contact with the enemy on
lh<    whole   iront     from   the  heights      ���- ,, . ,         _,_    .             	
north  of the River Aisne  west and  repulsed the Germans on the east of  ed   for  four  davs>   between  Malines
Paris. ,    , ,, .and Brussels and Aerschot and Lou-
The Allies command the railways, j vaIll|   was  n-t  un  overwhelming de-
1 which will  enable them  to bring up   feat for the -**e-g-ans.     They merely
, reinforcements,   while   the   Germans j -ost   ,,,e   srollnu-   -vhl-h     they    *-ad
'are not In a position to obtain addi-   pained   earlier.      Their  retreat   wns
tional troops owing to  the Belgians ' *-.  perfe-tiy good order and the sol-
keeping several  German  army corps. .,*_,-- .vere ln  ~00(1 splr)tS| but tjlelr
, r.sscss the  advantage    of prestige, i te- under the guns'of the Antwerp
which has been increased sinre they : forts   Tlle bloody battle,  which last
I''iiih of Rhelms.   ^^^^^^^^^^
"On the centre our forward move-
n 'iu   between  the  Argonne  district
and the Meuse continues.
Verdun Not Attacked.
"It   is  absolutely   untrue,   as   has
by   the  official   Wolff  Agency,   that
army of the Crown Prince Is be-
���_*-Ub ...h._l n���..1--! ��St a^!,*! : enga^ dncVthey"have taken the | J^ Tew^con^eK     An esti-
mate from accounts given would Indicate that they were 1500 men.
while th" G 'invn; probably lost 1000
men. The Germans had taken up
an excellent position and their artillery fire was deadly. There still
remains, however, a large Belgian
force, which Is a constant menace to
Hermans when thev wish to move off
tin ir trorp-; to France,
There  are   now   two     big     events
v.liidi  may take piace:
The Germans may make a desper-
offenslve.      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
,_    .     ,,     ,,    .      ���.__., Of Capital Importance.
glng and bombarding Verd-un. This; ���ThD r-t-nt*nri of thP **ne 0f the
ity hns never been attacked. Only ' AJgne _.,.���, ,������ -**-*-,P|mg, *s 0f capl-
.e  fort of Troyon,  which   Is not  a   .���,  |mportance  to  the enemy." says
rt oT the defence* of Verdun, but \hp Tpm���R milltarv review. "The
irotecte the heights of Meuse, has (1*st-n(,p between ' Rethel and Mez-
1 een bombarded on several occasions.   lf>_._ )R on]y ,*-, m\\<_,     .\ short step
"It is known that the violent at- f(,r-v;iril bv'our troops and the Oer-
ackl of which it has been thc object mTJ .irmv'-s oonimiinlcatlnn throng-have not succeeded nnd that since ou< -ip'-inm nwthweet Of the Meu����
esterday It has  been  relieved. would be definltelv cut off.
"There  is  nothing  to  report  con- |    ,.T)lP sole line of retreat left open	
ermng the right wing." j,. 1)v ttlP territory north of Verdun. Ute" atwTflnall'irtfort to capture Ant
Field  Works  Erected, I Thi? country*  Is densely wooded  and   WPrp  or t)lP rtelulnn.-- may succeed in
The   British   and   French   aviators  dlffh nit, but It Is not Impracticable.   retaMng  Brussels.
an daring risks following the retro-  II   h����  besides  the  great   advant.-u.-e 	
:rade movements    of   the   German  of being the shortest route to Moselle      j.nNDON.  Sept.     16.���-Explaining
by Metz and Treves, where the enenu* ,t)le  ^--nt  confusing  movements of
iy.  but they succeeded  In gather
.  nut tnev succeeded  in giuuer- , uy m_-i_ o..... ���  - ifl""3   �����>��"**   ...............    ���_.._...
the   Information   that   the   Ger-  could   oppose   a   serious   obstacle   it   |1|n  (-,,rn).in   tOTcet  in   Belgium,
pursued, and attheeame time secure 0gtpm- correapondent of The Th
the
RAID SERVED
URGENT NEED
Russians  Now  Withdrawing to Position Better for Development
of Vasl Resources.
They    Leave   lhe   House   Wben   As
quitli   Introduces   the   Home
Rule  Suspension  Rill.
LONDON, Sept. IG.���After the
Unionists had mnde a formal protest j
and had left the chamber, the House!
of Commons yesterday afternoon j
passed through all its stages the bill j
introduced by Mr. Asquith to suspend the operation of the Irish ,
Home Rule and the Welsh Dises- |
tablishment bills.
In the House of Lords the motion |
for  a  second   reading of  the  Home
Rule Bill  was adjourned on a vote
of 94 'to  29,
Introducing  his  bill  the  Premier
I strongly    repudiated    the    assertion
| that   the   Government   had   violated
I any of its assurances not to proceed
with  controversial  legislation.
To bave postponed passage of any
Iof the bills until after the termination of the war, lie said, would have
| had a deplorable effect on the Iri-*'
I raco all over the world and on Irish
recruiting.    The   Premier   promised
thai   before   the   Home    Rule    Bill
| came into operation the Government
i would   Introduce   an   entirely  new
I amending   bill.
DHLS   GO   ON   STATUTE   HOOKS.
British    Government    Will  Proceed
With    Home    Rule   ami   Welsh
Disestablish men i  Mens u res.
LONDON, Sepl. 16.���-In the House
of Commons yesterday afternoon
Premier Asquith said that prorogation may take place this week. He
added: "As I said a fortnight ago.
It is our intention that the bills
winch have complied with the Parliament Act���Home Rule aud Welsh
Disestablishment Bills���shall be
placed on the statute books."
Imparl ing  to  the  House  of  Lords
the government's Intention in regard
ito the Home  Rule bill, the Marquis
of  Crewe  somewhat   amplified     the
,slatement  made  in   the    House    of
Commons by  Premier Asquith.    He
pledged the government to introduce
���a bill to amend the Home Rule bill.
and promised that II should he dealt
| with before lhe Home Rule measure
becalm*  operative.
LONDON, Sept. 16.���A Petrograd
dispatch  to  the  Morning  Post says:
"It is only now that the opportunity presents itself to exhibit in
due proportions the self-sacrificing
strategy of Russia at the very opening of the war for tho purpose of
lightening  the  task  of her allies.
"The immediate necessity was to
prevent the destruction of the
French army by a rapid diversion.
This Russia accomplished magnificently, Her raid in East Prussia
light up to Koenghsberg, the ancient coronation city of Prussian
royalty, at once relieved the pressure upon France by compelling
Germany to withdraw her best
troops from France and replace
them with reserves. This movement is still  in  progress.
"The services Russia performed
were COStly to herself, but priceless
to her allies.
"The orders given to General
Rennenkampf, the dashing cavalry
leader who commanded the raid into
East Prussia, were to take hls forces
as far as  possible into  Prussia.
"It should be put on record now,
when changed circumstances nre
compelling Russia to return to a
strategic scheme more advantageous
to the development of her enormous
resources, that she already has
Withdrawn a considerable force
from East Prussia, and no surprise
will be felt here if Russia withdraws entirely within her own frontier."
RELY ON SIEGE GUNS.
Antwerp   Forts    Will    Fall,   (iii ing
Access to City, Is Officer's
Opinion.
LONDON, Sept. 15.���In a despatch from Antwerp the correspondent of the Evening News
says:
"According to the German com-
I manding officer from Aerschot, who
1 Is In prison here, the Germans firm-
' ly believe that the Antwerp forts
' are no match for their 17-inch siege
I guns, of which he says they have
'61, the range of these guns being
i six miles and each piece can only
I be fired   20  times.
"While confessing that the Ger-
| mans are unable to spare enough
! men to invest Antwerp this officer
I says he believes tho sieze guns will
j enable them to take a couple of the
I forts, thus giving nccess to the city,
i As a bombardment would be destructive to Antwerp such action Is
| not contemplated, because its har-
1 bor is too valuable an asset for
| Germany."
WAVES FLAG AND THROWS BOMB
German Airmen,  Brought  Down (,n
Russian  Frontier,  Pursue Very
Ones! I .liable   Tactics.
LONDON,   sept.   IB.���The correspondent of the Daily Telegraph at
Ale.-cow    reports    llie   capture   Of   n
! Zeppelin    on    the    Russo-PruBalan
| frontier,     Hi    says:    "Tlle   Zeppeli'i
appeared about five hundred feet
i above a body of Russian soldiers,
j who opened fire, damaging three of
1 its motors, but ii proceeded, using
I the remaining motor.    The Zeppelin
then hoisted a white flag, and Ihe
I Russian officers ordered their men
j to cease firing. They did so but
I the Zeppelin immediately bulled s.
i bomb end tho effect of its explosion
j wus terrible, many people being
j wounded.
"Three more bombs were throws
I which killed twenty-three persons,
I and   wounded   sixty.       The   airship
then came to the ground a short
| distance away, where the Germans
succeeded  in   ruining   their   vessel.
Tho crew, consisting of four officer*
and  four soldiers,  were captured.
ZABERN  is AVENGED.
VIENNA   IX   DANGER
a_s had erected field works at var
uu  places along the  northern  pin-  men
au   beyond   Rhelms,    These  works
ere   Intended   by   the  Germans   fori
'"   possibility   of   meeting   superior j
Tees.
II   is understood  they left several ,
"'ns on their western  wing nnd on .
'ir centre, with the desperate task j
holding these lines so ns to pre- I
at  their pursuers  from harrasslng   Chronicl*
'��� bulk of the German army, which
: 'he meantime was making quickly
'' the frontier.
I
CASUALTY LIST.
nd material."
ays lie jearns that 'ii addition to the
German force moving to the south
whose advance was checked by the
Belgian attack and which wns compelled to rum north again, there was
a second German army corps moving
K'Uth 111 the track of the other corps.
This second corps came from Liege
or  thereabouts    nnd     wns    passing
CORRESPONDENTS     ARRESTED.
American   and   English Newspapermen Arc Brought   Into Paris
From the Front.
LONDON,   Sent.   16.���"The   Daily-
Paris     correspondent, I _V   "'"^"i; , "���;;*_,,      _ i    ...
under -late of Sunday, says: SFrtd^ Thursday night
"In  conformity  with   Ihe  (lover.,-   '    .,,,,_   ,-���..     rhronMc^     Antwerp
ments  rule   against   correspondents 1..__.__._,,._,    ,_   _   lHsp(,t-hi  ,,���,_���
Beginning of New Dntiic
aecom
Some military    critics are of the1 following persons were brought Into
"Pinion that the stand now being
Hide by the Germans along tho
Iver Aisne |s the beginning of a
' "*��� battle, which may develop into
combat almost. If not equally as
��� 'b>us ns thnt on the Marne.     It ls
panying the alliedarmies, thej Tuesday says there are now ino.ooo
[Germans ranged around Brussels,
while n Relirlnn army e- 90.000 men
has taken shelter bene-ith the line
of the Antwerp forts, and will prove
n constant menace to the Germans
si onld they wish to move troops to
France.
Paris today under arrest:
"Robe-" Dunn, Now York Evening Post: .lohn Reid, attached to an
1 mi rlcai magazine, nnd several
correspondent! of London newspapers.'
Names Qf Additional  British Officers
Killed.  Wounded  or Missing
Arc Announced,
LONDON. Sept. 16.���The following casualty list was issued from the
general headquarters of the expeditionary force last night:
Killed���Findlcy, Brigadier (leii-
er-il X. D., royal artillery; llanuan.
Si pond Lieutenant, .1. B��� royal Held
artillery.
Died of wounds���Stephen. Capt.
D. c. L)��� grenadier guards.
Wounded���Maidlow, Capt. .!. S.,
royal field art.llery; Trail. Oapt. T.
n.. royal Scots ftisiliers; Robinson.
Capt. G. W.i rovnl Inniskillen fusilier-.
Wounded and missing���Morris,
Lieut.-Col. G. II., Irish guards.
LONDON.    Sept.    16.���A    special
dispatch received here from Rome,
says "The Tribune" Petrograd cur-
respondent, declares It Is reported
in the Russian capital that the Austrians have lost 70 per cent, of their
total available troops, including
260,000 troops taken prisoners by
the Russians and Servians. The
dispatch adds that Austria is withdrawing her forces to protTt Vienna and Buda Pest,
EXPECTS   ITALY'S   AID.
Russian    Newspapers   Believe   She
(null it   Help   Being   Drawn
luio tin- Conflict.
i ROME, Sept. 16.��� Tlie "Giornale
li'Iialia." publishes a despatch  irom
I Petrograd savin:' lhat the attention
ol   the   Russian  press Is centralized
1 on the uttii ml" nt Italy. In Hessian political ' Ircles, the net* . apei
! sa; s, the Intervention of it; '.-. In
the   war   is   considered   Ine* It able.
j According to one belief the Italian
Government  is   only  awaiting   the
| resignation of Foreign Minister San
Gulllano,  a  partisan  of the Triple
I Alliance,   who   Is  111.
LONDON,   Sepl.    16,     A    tl     pal ll
jto the Exchange Telegraph Company
I from The Hague says a report received there from Herenthals, Belgium.
says it Is reported thai the German
l officers, Col. von Reuter and Lleul
Baron von Porstner, both central figures in the Zabern (Alsaco) army
scandal    last   year,    were   killed   the
'same day  iu  different  engagements
Col. von  Reuter near Lou* all: ami
!Huron von I'orstner near Dixmuyden
POI.A is FORTIFIED
ROME,   Sept,    16.���The   "Mesaa-
������:e" i a; s ii has rei Ived Information f ''in a reliable souri e thai
Poll, the great na* al porl of Aus-
��� rta, en the Bay ot Porto i lellc Rose,
, Is provided with mortars similar to
dose used by the Germans In Bel-
glum, and mam ipodern cannon.
li is also defendi .1 by mines elee-
11Ii ally wired und aprend .ner a
wide radius. The defenders of llie
porl are said to number  15i
STATEMENT   CONFIRMED,
VALC UITIKK. S ipt. 16. Tht
statement thai the Ro* al C inadlan
Dragoi ns. and I he SI rathi ona Horse
will go to the ."hi' with iii- Canadian contingent Is confirmed by ths
minister of militia. Ea h regiment
will be fully up 'o war Btrength, ami
will  include a  machine  gun  section. THE DELTA TIMES
THURSDAY, SEPT. 17, 1914
ENTRIES   SHOW   IT   WELL.
A ancouver    Exhibition     Prize    Lists
Contain Good Percentage of Fraser Valley Exhibitors.
(From The British Columbian)
Prize lists announced at the Vancouver exhibition continue to show
a goodly percentage of winners from
Fraser Valley centres and also from
thi.s city. Joseph Travers with his
ponies, Lady Gracious and
Berkley Beauty, captured practically
every prize of value in this class, and
.Malcolm Stewart, of Colony Farm,
Willi Warwick King, took second
prize in  the Park hack class.
In the fruits department, Mr. J. A. :
Coatham, of Sardis, was one of the
Plums or Prunes.
Yellow Egg���1, Surprise Poultry
Yards, Collingwood East.
Pond Seedling���1, E. M. Wiltshire, Burquitlam.
Damson���2, J. A. Coatham, Sardis.
Pacidc���2, 3. A. Coatham, Sardis.
Fallenburg, Italian Prune���1, W.
Knight, Chilliwack; 2, E. M. Wiltshire, Burquitlam; 3, J. A. Coatham,
Sardis.
German
LADNER   .MAN   SWEEPS    BOARD.
Alex Davse's Exhibits Corner Awards
in Fat Sheep Division at Van-
. couver Exhibition.
Jlr. Alex Davie, of Ladner, practically swept the boards in the prizes
lor fat sheep at the Vancouver exhibition last week winning two gold
medals and a championship. In addition he captured a large    numiber
Prune���1,
large winners.   iMr. W. H. Higginson j ham, Sardis.
Chilliwack; 2, J. A  Coatham, Sardis
Burbanks���2, J. A. Coatham, Sardis.
Gueii Plum���2. Alan Angus, Royal
Oak, B.C.
Monarch���1,  Allan  Angus,  Royal
Oak.
Any other variety���1, J. A. Coat-
-of prizes in both the sheep and goat
W.    Knight, Iclasses.    Other prominent winners iu
of Ihe same centre, also won a niitii
ber of prizes. Messrs. E. M. Wiltshire and Wallace Whiting of Burquitlam captured many events in garden and field produce.
Chilliwack breeders were well to
the front with blue ribbons in the
swine department and in all varieties
shown, they finished well up with
the leaders. The following is a list
of local and district prize winners:
Pairs of ponies, other than Shet-
lands, under 14.2 hands, 3 years old
and over���1, Lady Gracious and
Berkley Beauty, Jos. Travers, New
Westminster.
Children's ponies, mares or geldings, not exceeding 13.2 hands, 3
years old and over, to be ridden by
boy or girl under 16 years of age���-1,
Berkley Beauty, Jos. Travers, New
Westminster; 2, entry of Joseph
Travers,  Sew Westminster.
Ponies not exceeding 14.2 hands,
tandems���1,     Lady    Gracious   and
Peaches.
Foster���3, J. A. Coatham, Sardis.
Crabapples.
Florence���2,   J,   A.   Coatham;   2,
W.  Knight, Chilliwack.
Whitney���1, J.  A.  Coatham,  Sardis.
Decries, Currants, Etc.
Blackberries,       evergreen,       best
Plate���2,James A. Grant, Royal Oak
this department were Jas. Higginson,
of Sardis, B.C.; McClughan Bros., c
Port Kels; James Richardson, of
Port Guichon; J. Thompson, of Sardis; Banford Bros., and C. Hawthorne, of Chilliwack.
Hers are the detailed lists:
Sheep and Goats.
Specials by B. C. Stock Breeders'
Association���1, J. A. Higginson,
Sardis, B.C.; 2, Grimmer Bros., Pender Island;   3, Alex. Davie, Ladner.,    __-v__- _,*..��___
B. C. Stock Breeders,    long wool Port  Guichon.
breed���1,     Banford    Bros.,     Chilli-j    Ewe, two shears and over���1 and
wack; 2, John Richardson, Port Gui-,2, .1. Richardson, Port Guichon.
chem, B.C. Ewe shearling���1, J.  Richardson,
Ram, two    shears   and    over���1, Port Guichon.
Alex.  Davie,  Ladner;   2, McClughan;     Ewe Iamb���1, J. Richardson, Port
Richardson, Port Guichon.
Ram shearling���1, J. Richardson, Port Guichon.
Ram lamb���1. Banford Bros.,
Chilliwack; 2, J. Richardson, Port
Guichon.
Ram, champion���-1, Banford Bros.,
Chilliwack.
Ewe, two shears and over���1, J.
Richardson, Port Guichon; 2, Banford Bros., Chilliwack.
Ewe shearling���1 and 3, Banford
Bros., Chilliwack; 2, J. Richardson,
I'ort Guichon.
Ewe lamb���1 and 2, Banford
Bros., Chilliwack; 8, J. Richardson,
Port Guichon.
Pen���1, Banford Bros., Chilliwack; 2, J. Richardson, Port Guichon.
Lin coins.
Ram, two shears and over���1 and
"���   J. Richardson. Port Guichon.
Ram lamb���1. J. Richardson, Port
Guichon.
Ram champion���1, J. Richardson,
The eoyai Bank of Canada
Incorporated 1860.
Capital Authorized    ,__ ���
Capital Paid Up    Sf'T'���*
Reserve Funds       ����*800,ooo
  ��� 18,800,000
Aggregate Assets, One Hundred and Seventy-Five  Mill
Dollars. ��*
It Is the aim of the management of this Bank to make �����. _,
positor welcome, and to give the best possible attention to hla fit.,  ,.
affairs. --nancui
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
Accounts may be opened with deposits of One Dollar and Tin.   ..
Interest paid or credited at the highest current rates, on Mav ail* r*i
November 30th each year. **y "�� ���"����������
JAMES GRISDALE, Manager. LADNER, n.c
Bros., Port Kells      ^^^^^^^^
Ram lamb���1, McClughan    Bros
t   -_.  ,���7 o    i���      _* %���_ '     il,om ���<vmu���*������ weuiugnan    tiros.,
Loganberries���3, James A. Grant, 1 Port Kells;   2, Alex. Davie. Ladner-
Royal Oak. j-^-^���-^.^^^^^^^-^���
One box of apples, wrapped���1, J.
A. Coatham, Sardis.
Best display of three commercial
fall variety apples���2, J. A. Coath
3, Alex. Davie, Ladner.
Ram champion���1, Alex. Davie,
Ladner; 2, McClughan Bros., Port
Kelle.
Ewe, two shears and over���1, H.
----      --     -     -���   --   ���     _-...,   _.._   .uraia   aim   over���i,   rt
am. Sardis; 3, Mrs. J. Smith, Spences's.   Currie,  Ingleton,  Alta.-   2    Alex
Bri?i!,?' -i*    1 . , iPavie- laduer;  3, McClughan' Bros.!
Best display of three commercial 1 Port Kells.
varieties  winter apples���1,     J.     A. |    Ewe Shearling���1 and    3     Alex
Coafham; 2, Mra.   J. Smith, Spences 1 Davie, I.adner.
Br��ds!'J.    ,      r     u I     Ew<-   lamb���-2,  Alex.   Davie.   Lad-
Best display five boxes one winter [ner;   3,     McClughan     Bros.,     Port
Berkley  Beauty, Jos. Travers,    New |
variety��� -1,   J
2,  V.    Dynes
West minster. ^^^^^^_^^^^^^������
Shetland pony not exceeding 4 6
inches in height, three years old and
over, to be driven by boy or girl not
over 12 years of age���1, Dobbin, Jos.
Travers,  Jr.,  New Westminster.
Park  hacks,  mare  or  gelding,  15
hands and  over���2,  Warwick  King,
lUalcolmn   Stewart,  Coquitlam.
Swine.
Sweepstakes���Best _oar, any variety or age, Banford Bros., Chilliwack, B, C.
Yorkshires.
Boar, two years and over���3, Bishop & Wilburn, Chilliwack.
Boar, 3 months and under 6
months���1, W. H. Higginson, Sardis;
2, McClughan Bros., Port Kells.
Sow, 1 year and under 2���2, McClughan Bros., Port Kells,
Sow, over G months and under 12
���2, W. II. Higginson, Sardis.
Sow, :! months and under ti���3,
(W. 11. Higginson, Sardis.
Herd, boar and 2 sows, any age���
2, McClughan  Bros., Port Kells.
Chester Whites.
Boar, 1 year and under 2���1, A.
Knight, Chilliwack, B.C.
Boar, over 8 months and under 6
���A.  Knight,  Chilliwack,  B.C.
Sow, 2 years and over���1, A.
Knight, Chilliwack; 2, C. Hawthorne, Chilliwtajck.
Sow, 1 year and under 2���1, A.
Knight, Chilliwack
Sow, out 3 nnd under 6 months
��� I, 2 and 3, A. Knight, Chilliwack.
Herd, boar and two sows���1, 2
and 3. A.  Knight. Chilliwack.
Champion boar���1, A. Knight,
Chilliwa.k.
Champion    sow���1,    a.
Chilliwack.
Berkshires,
Smith, Speuces Bridge.
A.  Coatham,  Sardis;
Penticton;    Mrs.    J
Knight,
Boar,   '>   i,,   uliis  and   under   G���1,.   ,
and '!, Ii.uiiii.il Brothers, Chilliwack.
Sow, 2 years and over���1, Ban-
finl   Brothers,   Chilliwack.
Sow. ' :n year and under two���1,
Banford  Brothers, chilliwack.
Sow, ovei six months and under
twelve-���2. Banford Brothers, Chilliwack*.
Sow, three months and under six
������1 and 2, Banford Brothers, Chilliwack.
Herd, boar and two sows���2, Ban-
lord   Brothers,  chilliwack.
Champion sow-1, Banford Bros.,
Chilliwack.
Poland China.
Boar, one year ami under two ��� 1,
Panford Brothers, Chilliwack.
Boar, over six months and under
twelve ;. Banford Brothers, Chli-i-
wack.  ^^^^^^^^^^^
Boar, thr.e months and under six I Twonty-ounce pippin���1, J. A.
- 1 and 2, Banford linn hers. CbUU- co��thaiu_ Sardis; 3, w. Knight, Chil-
wack. Iliwack.
Sow, two years and over ���1 and 2.
Banford.   Bros.,  chilliwack.
Sow   1   yen*    and   under    two
Banford   Brothers,  chilliwack.
Varieties of plums or prunes, two
crates each���2, J. A. Coatham, Sardis;   3, W.   Knight,  Chilliwack.
Apples.
Jonathan���2, J. A. Coatham, Sardis.
Gravenstein���2, J. A. Cioatham.,
Sardis.
Grimes Golden���1, J. A. Coatham,
Sardis.
Any other variety���2, J. A. Coatham, Sardis.
Cox Orange���2, J. A. Coatham,
Sardis,
Yellow Newton���2, John Matheson. Okanagan Falls, B.C.; 3. J. A.
Ooathairrr Sardis.
Spitsber:.���1, J. A. Coatham, Sardis.
Northern Spy���1. Jas, A. Higginson, Sardis: 2, J, A. Coatham, Sardis:   3, W.  Knight, Chilliwack.
Wagner���2, J. A. Coatham. Sardis.
Jonathan���-2, I. A. Coatham, Sardis: 3, W. Knight, Chidiwack.
Gravenstein���1, ,T. A. Coatham,
Sardis.
Mcintosh���2, J. A. Coatham, Sardis .
Grimes Golden���1, J. A. Coatham,
Sardis; 2, 3. S. Bell, Llllooet, B.C.;
3,  W.  Knight,   Chilliwack.
Rhode Island Greening���1, J. A.
Coatham. Sardis; 2, Surprise Poultry Yards, Colllngwood.
Ontarian���2, J. A. Coatham, Sardis: 3, Jas. Walker, Burnaby.
Baldwin���1, J. A. Higginson, Sardis; 2. J. A. Coatham, Sardis; 3, W.
Knight, Chilliwack.
King���2, J. A. Higginson, Sardis;
3, W. Knight, Chilliwack.
Blenheim Orange���-1, J. A. Higginson,  Sardis;   2,  J.  A.  Coatham,  Sardis: ?., Miss E   Wirkett, Sardis.
'!     Golden   Russett���1,     Jno.   Mathe-
'son,  Okanagan   Falls;   2,   Jas.   Hig-
011,  Sardis;     3,  J.   A.   Coatham,
Sardis,
Rlbstone Pippin���1, Jas. Crichton,
Penticton. B.C.; 3, Jesse Love, Bur-
nabv East.
Snow���1,    Jas.    Crichton.    Penticton, B.C.;   2. J.  A. Coatham. Sardis;
:>.  .).  S,  Bell,  I.illooet.
Fruit.
li-ti  Davis���1.    John
Ok an a "ac   Falls;   2.  J.  J.
South Vancouver; 3, J. s
looet.
Duchess���3,      Surprise
'Yards, Collingwood East.
I     Alexander���1.  II.  H.  Grist.  Royal
Osk;  3, ,1,  A   Coatham, Sardis.
Maidens Blush���2, W. Knight,
[Chilliwack; 3, Surprise Poultry
1 Vards. c dlingwood East.
St.   Lawrence���2, .1.   A.  Coatham,
Sardis.
Kells   ^^^^^^^^^^__^_
Ewe champion���2, Alex. Davie,
Ladner.
Pen���2, Alex. Davie, Ladner.
Sontlnlowiis.
Ram, two shears and over���1,
Alex. Davie, Ladner; 2, Jas. A. Higginson, Sardis, B.C.
Ram shearling���1, Jas. A. Higginson, Sardis.
Ram lamb���1, Jas. A. Higginson,
Sardis; 2. Alex. Davie, Ladner; 3,
Jas. A. Higginson, Sardis.
Ram champion���1. Alex. Davie,
Ladner; 2, Jas. A. Higginson, Sardis.
Ewe, two shears and over���1 and
2. Alex. Davie. Ladner; 3, Jas. A.
Higginson, Sardis.
Ewe shearling���1, Alex. Davie,
Ladner; 2, Jas. A. Higginson, Sardis:  3, Alex.  Davie, Ladner.
Ewe lamb���1,  Jas.  A.  Higgin��*
Sardis: 2    and    3, Alex. Davie, Ladner.
Ewe, champion���1 and 2. Alex.
Davie, Ladner,
Pen���1.   Alex.   Davie.   Ladner;   2,
Jas. A. Higginson, Sardis.
Ilampshires.
Ram, two shears and over���1, 2
and 3, Jas. Richardson, Guichon, B.
C.
Ram shearling���2, Jas. Richardson, Port Guichon.
Ram champion���2, Jno. Richardson, Port Guichon.
Ewe, two shears and over���1
and 3, John Richardson, Port Guichon.
Ewe shearling���3, John Richardson. Port Guichon.
Ewe champion���I, John Richardson, Port Guichon.
Pen���2, John Richardson, Port
Gui'-hon.
Suffolk   Downs.
Ram, two shears and over-���1, J.
Thomp��on, Sardis; 2, John Richardson, Port Guichon.
Ram     shearling���1     and     2,     .1.
Guichon      ���������������������������������m���mm
Ewe champion���1, J. Richardson,
Port Guichon.
Pen���1, J.  Richardson.
Fat Sheep.
Ewe shearling���1. Jas. A. Higginson. Sardis:  2. Alex. Davie, Ladner,
Wether lamb���1, 2 and 3, J. A.
Higginson, Sardis.
Ewe Iamb���2 and 3, J. A. Higginson, Sardis.
Gold medal, any age or sex���1, A.
Davie, Ladner; 2, Banford Bros.,
Chilliwack.
Championship. 2 rams, any age or
breed���1. Alex. Davie, Ladner; 2,
Banford Bros.. Chilliwack; 3, H. S.
Currie.  Ingleton, Alta.
Three ewe lambs, any breed���2,
Jas. A. Higginson, Sardis.
Best   pen,   any   variety   or   age���
Gold medal, Alex. Davie, Ladner.
Angora Gonts.
Bucks, two years and over���1, C.
Hawthorne, Chilliwack.
Bucks, oue year and under���1, A.
Da ��ie,  Ladner.
Bucks, kid���1, C. Hawthorne,
Chilliwack:  2, A. Davie, Ladner.
Rucks, any age���1. C. Hawthorne,
Chilliwack.
Does, two years and under���1, A.
Davie. Ladner; 2 and 3, C. Hawthorne. Chilliwack.
Does, one year and under���1, A.
Davie. Ladner; 2 and 3, C. Hawthorne Philliwack.
Does, kid���1 and 3. C. Hawthorne,
Chilliwack;  2. A. Davie, Ladner.
Does, best, any age���1, A. Davie,
Ladner.
Best flock���1 and 3, C. Hawthorne, Chilliwack; 2. A. Davie, Ladner.
Four kids���1, C. Hawthorne, Chilliwack.
Two kids���1 and 2, C. Hawthorne,
Chilliwack.
Breeders' Premium.
Best exhibit���C. Hawthorne, Chilliwack.
Women's   Work.
Extras���1, Mrs. F. H. Smith, Col.
lingwood.
Trimmer cotton pinafores -1,
Miss Brownie Peebles, New Westminster.
Initial   hemstitched   handkerchief
2,   Browni.   Peebles,   New   Westminster.
Quilts.
Quilt,  cotton   patchwork--2,  Mrs.
Romans, New Wes+mi.-.tci".
Work  Done By  Children   Under*  JO.
Embroidery 'white
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*i.oo A YEAR p*"b,ein
Advance
U. S. A.   .    .   $1.50
ASKS   GOVERNMENT   AID.
the lecommendatlon of the commission for a farm credit system. Hfl
urged tho league to use its influence
at the next session to provide funds
lor inaugurating a farm credits
tommlsslon. He was willing to
give all the assistance ln his power
to thfs end and also to frame out
a central selling agency organization. To obtain the full benefit
from    such    an    organization   tbey
          on    linen���2.
|Mildred Kalman, Sardis.
_, _    ,-,--.�� ���-, ���"���-,���*,   "���    "'i     Embroidery  ~:i linen    In silk���2,
Thompson. Sardis;  3, J. Richardson, M,M   Brownle   Peebles,   New   West-
Port Guichon. ! minster
Ram lamb���1, J. Richardson. Port j     En,-)r'oi(-ered pin cuishon���2, Miss
Guichon; 2 and ., J. Thompson, Sar-|nrmvnie peeb-e8   New Westminster.
Best dressed doll���2, Miss Brownie
dis
Matheson,
Robinson,
Bell, Lil-
Poultry
Ram champion���1, J.    Thompson   ���   ,., " dl'e'-se*' doll���2, Mi
Sardis; 2,  J.  Richardson,  Port  Gul- Pe^blos- >���<*����� Westminster
ebon. ,                                ;     Outline work on    linen
I-*-.  .   _ . Proivnlft     TV ..___       -_t 	
A. Coat-
.1.   A.  Coat-
Kcsswick  Codlinu���1, .1
l ham, Sardis.
B I      Any oliU'i
,    *   r-.v *,"���     ,     ham, Sardis.
Sow,  over six  months and  under      8tRPk���lg .,.   \. coatham
twelve���1, Banford Brothers, Chilli- U   w   Knicllt   chilliwack;
wao-1 Higginson,  Sardis.
Roxbury  lf:,ss"tt���3,    .1.
I luiiii, Centra] Park.
,__i^|_^|_^|_^MI_^_^_MB     i     Minn   -_,  W.   Kni-ht,  Chilliwack;
II'"h     li'  ir   and   two   sows     I,   2   -    -    *
and ::   n irford Brothers, Chilliwack. i
Champion boar-���l, Banford Bros   '
Sow. (n<r three months and und tr
in.d 2. Banford itmt
11 wack.
six    I and 2, Hanford Brothers, Clin
Sardis;
1,   .1.   A.
Batter-
1.   Hanford   Bro
1, Ilan
Chilliwack
Champion so ���,
Chilliwack,     ___
Tamwortha,
Boar, two yenrs and ovei
ford hum,, Chilliwack,   ^j------
Hon*,   ma year and under two
Banford  Bros., chilliwack.     ^^^
l! "���" six months and under
twelve I, Hanford Hros., chilliwack.
Boai
1    2
""Belt.  I
Sow.  ! \*o  vt vim nnd
n. .1.  A. Coatham, Sardis.
Canada  red    i. .1.  a.  Higginson
j Snrdis
Wolf River -1, Surprise    Poultrj
i YanK Colllngwood f-last.
Pewank ie     I. J. A. Coatham, Sardis:  ::. w. Knicllt. Ofollllwack.
_ny Mil' r winter variety���1,    3,
Matheson, Okanagan    Palls;     2. J.,    ....__, ����o��iuii��-
*���* Crichton, Penticton; 3, J. Higginson, thorne, Chilliwack.
1 Sardis. Bwe, two shears and over���2  and
Pears. *��� ''��� Hawthorne, Chilliwack
Host     collection     bv      individual I
Eve, two shears and over���1, J.
Richardson, Port Guichon; 2 and 3,
J. Thompson. Sardis.
Ewe shearling���1, 2 and 3, J.
Thompson, Sardis.
Ewe Iamb���1, 2 and 3, J. Thompson. Sardis.
Ewe. champion���I, .7. Thompson.
Snrdis; ���>, .1. Richardson, Port Gui-
c;h  n.
Pen- 1 and 2, J. Thompson, Sar-
di-r,
Shropshires.
Ram shearling���1, Banford Bros.,
Chilliwack.
Kam     lamb ��� 1,    Banford     Bros.,
Chilliwack.
Ram champion���1, Banford Bros.,
Chilliwack.
Ewe, I wo shears and over���1 and
2, Banford Bros., chilliwack.
Ewe shearling���1 and 2, Banford
Hi.,-..  Chilliwack.
Ewe Iamb���1, Banford Bros., Chilliwack; 2. J. Richardson, Port Guichon;
  ���2,    Miss
Brownie Peebles, New W'estmlnster.
Fancy collars���1,    Miss    Brownie
Peebles, New Western luster.
Cotton   blouse���Beatrice  Alexander. Burnaby Lake.
Huckaback  darning���1,    Brownie
Peebles,  New Westminster.
Girls of o Fears and Under.
Pincushion���1. Glbin Sommons,
Westminster.
VIENNA IX PITIAI-LK STATE.
Austrian Capita] Is One Huge Hospital, and Anxiety Prevails
Almoin Residents.
MILAN,   Sept.   15.���The   Giornale
d'Jtalia  is informed  by special courier, direct from Vienna, that terrible
anxiety prevails in the Austrian capital.
A never-ending procession of train
loads of wounded i.s arriving and all
the available public buildings, including tlie nnlversl
I-raser  Valley  Development  League
Pusses Unanimous Resolution
Along These Lines.
(From The Briusn Columbian'
At a largely attended and representative meeting of the Eraser Valley Development League, held ln the
Lxh-bition      Grounds,      Vancouver
S��bvtT',t0'l0Wlllg   _*,������    -��w    au    organize.!
ber   of   tlL   ,*'nf ?  ,   U��aS' a mem-   W��Uld   requlre   Kovernment   assist-
ner   ot   the   Royal   Commission   on ' ance.
Agriculture, the ieague unanlmnnoi.'      -w-    i
approved of a resol^n urSlthe' fnr bl ,?* Was "eartily tlla,,k"1
Provincial government to take a z ��" a,,dreM- \f*\ F' J' MmK"-
posntble steps to carry out the n ' .1,1 b e-*"reM��- hls belief that
ommendations of the Royal Com ' ntS fc' �� "'aS Btarlln8 at the right
���"*���"���--   --   ���     ���    - J"11   ,(Jn'-   time, his appreciation of the splen
did, able work the markets comnii--
sioner,  Mr. Abbott,  was doing, and
willingnesss    to    co-operate  In
mission on Agriculture, particularlj
as regards providing financial assistance to the farmer by a govern-   lis 	
ment system of loans and in the ���,  ' 0'-i. ���   "�������"���������    "���    *-o-operato  in
tabllshment of better marl et acm , ?i "* f?'"6 ��f the '"-mediate farm-
"es. The league als-o ec a,ed tl a ' T f V^���* ��f the *���*T Va,U'*V
now was the time to enlist the e ' r iCaf,le' "" 8aid- was lu-'inK *hfl
o.nment's assistance in the worH. "undatl(,ns Which would lead to big
the league for the'imprivemc ot) ^ '" l^ fUtUr��-
the   agricultural   conditions   in   tl". ! ,.,0.11   m(,t|oii   of  Mr.   C.   II.   Stuart
,..,,, ,         ""���->   iu   the
���alley  and  on  motion of Mr   Mill-
Mer ' fi��,f, Abb0tst0,'d. and Reeve
Merryfieid, of Matsqui, it was unanimously resolved that the execu-
tlvo   should   convene   a   meeting   of
the    mayors,    reeves,    presidents  of i a    ,    .     _.���_.-...  ....
of the boards of trade of the Lower ( "csiral,ili|y ��I taking the earliest
Mainland and confer with Mr Alex I D0,8-ble etcI's In its power to carry
Lucas.   M.P.P.,   nnd   Mr.   Prank   j''""*   tll(!   rof,oni*nendations  made  by
V\ade, seconded by Mr. Hill-Tout,
and carried without a dissenting
voice, it was resolved that the Fraser Valley Development League in
general meeting assembled urge
upon  the provincial government the
. -.        - ---Ity, already have
Banford  Bros..  Chilliwack ! it?" ll'inr   '" l'ie,ir  """"M  r!'":"-
Ewo champion���1,  Banford  Bros., !"__ S. �� !*W��ed to Transform the
C billlwack, ��� "l":*- ' ���"'l
     ,, ,   -   Pchnic Institut,. *���*- I ,*'-,(
H Pen-l and 2, Banford Bros., Chll-:2X5,   ���T^t,'' "". fho, f"mls arc ln"
liwack. sufficient,    There has been an
i the Royai Commission, particularly
| with   reference   to  the  providing of
financial assistance for the farmer.
j practical and expert help in land
I clearing and the establishment of
, marketing facilities.
; The report of the executive and
j tho  markets  commissioner   on   the
forming of an incorporated central
��� Al 11 ..	
Dorset Horns.
Ham, two shears nnd over���3. H.
Ifowthorne,  Chilliwack.
Ham. .shearling���1 and 2, C. Haw-
.   .,-_,. ..ii cnor-
mouse   rise   in   foodstuffs   owing   to
lack of supplies.
tin   e  months and   under six
ul  3,  Hanford  Bro
over���;
growers, siv varieties, five each
��� J,  A. Coatham. Sardis;  3, ,1. Hlggiu-
n,lm ison, Satdis.
Louise Bonen de Jersey���1. J. A.
.     ,   , , --*      - """"   Coatham. Sardis; .",. W. Knight, Chll-
ford  Bros., chilliwack. llwack
Sow. one year and under two���1,!    Howell    I. w. Knight, Chilliwack.
Banford Bros., Chilliwack. Duche.s d'Antroulene���1, .lames A.
Sow, <dx months and under twelve --���., ,-ng, ,, sardis; n. 3  A. Coatham,
-S   and   8,   Hanford   Bros.,   Chilli-  smlm:  3, W. Knight, Chilliwack.
v-f"'k. Beurre,  hardy���1,    W.    Knight,
"sow.  Hire,   months and  under six   Chilliwack; 2. J, A. Contham, Sardis.
���l   ami   2,   Banford   Hros.,   Chilli-,    jj-j-jr.*? Boussack���2. J.  A.  Coat-
"���'a''k- I ham. 8ardls:    8.    Surprise   Poultry
Herd,  nosr and  two sows���1  and   parro   Colllngwood East.
1tMll"MI',l      lH-r,_ I'l.llll ���-
m"r**l*-,50,,R  ARE  WDMMm,
r.u-A, Sept.   16._Urgent in-
QUrfeS     have    been    received   from
       li""""  ��� the  Department, of Trade
Ewe. shearling -land _","c   Haw-1 trL.     n��MC\ ln     ,VKIiri1   l��   Pit
     ..-kirn  u   _,  c.  ji.iw      pops.      Owing   to   the   Baltic   being
MacKenzie, m.p.p., as to what recommendations with reference to as-
MMtance to the agricultural Industrv
Should be granted by the government and choose a delegaton to wait
upon the provincial cabinet to present then recommendations to their
attention   for immediate action
Problems of Agriculture. ,   -.���������--���������-���_ ������_,������,.!
i'ir.   MIMA In  his address covered ' s;e��i"g agency was supported by M
,,-h���, '"juninatlng manner (ho ; ''' T* Steveiu, of the Vancouver In-
aiious    problems   confronting    the i dnsirial   Bureau,  and   Mr.  Geo.   II,
Ef���^��   Industry  of  the   province.  chan��n* who Indicated tho n I fo
I   ,,        .-��� }�� llln Proposal before the   M��*"tBnce If the league was to carry
: "-ague to incorporate a central sell-   0Ut   lts   'vorl<-       Reeve    Merryfieid
g agency   ],o advised  the commit-   ,llHO declared  that  tbe work of the
tee to get i��� touch with the Depart-   '
ment   of   Agriculture   and   consider
0 Prv7!ort ��- ���'-" commission   , ,
Is   evidence   as   to   what   had   been
found respecting tbe working of <,
3,    C.
thorne,  Chilliwack.
Ewe    lamb���1  and
thorne,  Chilliwack.
Pen��� 2,    C.     Hawthorne,
wack.
Long  Wool  Section.
Kam. two shears nnd over-
John Richardson, Port Guichon.        ,_,_, l;irt.
It  m Iamb���-1, J. Richardson, Port   ply props
ililuii.
Guichi'i.       ^^^^^^
Ram    champion���.1.
Port Guichon.
I closed, prices bave risen from 2a to
Haw-   50   per   tout,   and   are   still   rising.
' Tbe props should be 4 feet 6 Inches
Chilli-  Jong  and   8   1-4   to   *i   inches  in  dl-
1 ometer nt the smallest end.   Spruce,
pine and   tamarack   would   be suitable, and  tbe quantities needed are
�����"iry large.     Eirms prepared to sup-
sbould communicate   at
markets commissioner was being ap
predated     in     his     municlpalltj
"eevi. Lougheed was of tho opinio"
that now was the time for the government to take action.    If the   I
,,,,,,,..,, ��� -          ������-���...,ifi    ui    ,;,,-      -w    n.Re    ��_11UI1. II     lllC
th   �� ,n., ag?f es',   He ^Proved of  Pwtment could not give assistan
uie eitor'.s of the league in asss-St'i...    _sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbi
promot-
the li
ague could not continue lis
1 and
Richardson,   ��"('0 w,,h tlle department
Ewe, two shears and over���1 and  Z,\,J,"KAL, Sept.   l.v���This has
. ���'.  Richardson,  Port Guichon. iTt J    J^Tm 'ime   "  ",,e lllstor-v
-_      ,     Ewe  shearling��� 1    .1    Richardson V   _P1,  of Montreal-    A new re-
A.nv   other   fall   variety���1.   J.   H. Porl  Guichon '   *tlcnarnso"' .cord ot ships in port was established
Hell. I.illooet;  2. Allan Angus, Royal      Ewe lamb���1, J. Richardson   Port  -"_ th.ir<i  Wf>ek of A��fiust,  when
Oak; 3, J. A. Coatham, Sardis. Guichon uicnarason, i ort 56 rame in     These haye .^ ^"u
Bonne   Clairgeau -1    ,1ns    Cich- Kv     champion���1, J. Ric.hardsou  "llT^l  ISi."--?*6  been   replaced   by
ton:  2. .1   A   Coatham; 8, W. Knight. Port Guichon                                           ,--lll.v   two-thirds   that   number   nowl
Winter Nells���8.  J. A   Coatham. Pen-1.  J.'Richardson,  Port  Gul-  JS��f  ��   fSH^  ]\��rl"'    Dp to
Allan    Angus, chon.                                                          August   31   a   total     of   56,000,0001
3,  Banford  Bros.,  Chilliwack
Ch-'mnion boar���1, Banford Bros.
Chilliwack.
Duroc Jersey.
Best pen of 3 bacon hogs���1, W.
H. Higslnson, Sardis; 2, Hanford
Bros., Chilliwack. Beurre    Bose���2,
Brr.t  pen  Of  3  block  hogs���1,  W.   Roval Oak.
f��     botter     markVung  VclUU^. Torts.^^^^^^
S^itSS^^V..^        ,s,evons moved that pt,"s"'
what was w-antcd!   hn  'i, '' WaS       mi  to  orffa��'-e  a  central  selling
as well   f0r a,',t   ;,.v,'tWri8;Vamrd   :,W"Cy-        Mr-   Hill-Tout   urged   the
valley   and        h     ?? as, for tho| "cp(1 of -������'���'���g something quickly to
ganteation wonlS rXL?�� "^^Iv^V*  ,ho  markfits ot B'C'   f"r
foodsturf    u well !I "nl,  J^''""St,>"r ""  f """"''ians, pointing to the
Profits of the tarme,?'h "nTn ' !'r orCT-"za,<"n of the farmers
_._. __"_ _aB ''lrnic- He said there! to the south. Finally nfter a vigor-
pus discussion It wns resolved thai
the executive call a conference <>:
tho reeves, presidents of the boards
of trade as before stated and after
a conference with Messrs. Lucas anil
MacKenzle, wait upon the government at Victoria and lay the whole
matter before the ministry.
Reeve L. B. Marmont presided
There were also present the representatives from Abbotsford. Mats-
QUi, Maplo Ridge. Pitt Meadows.
Coquitlam, Coquitlam City, Vanr.u-
was need for attention to the problems of the farmer In the province
when there was imported last year,
as the commission had estimated,
some  ?30,000,000  of foodstuffs.
Mr. Lucas suggested that preferential Interprovincial freight rates
might help to increase local production, organization of better marketing facilities and government loans
to farmers for land clearing and
other improvement purposes. He
outlined   at  some  length  the  result
of his observation into the enn-ii" i -"*���**���,���*������". coquitlam tuty, vanc.u
Hons in Xew Zealand with n2_W 7' "New Westminster, Delta, Sur-
to government loans to farmers ���i '��� EK_    nirhmond,    Burnaby,   Mission
ami   city and  Burquitlam. THURSDAY, SEPT.  17, 1914.
rr��
THE DELTA TIMES
3
GROOM & SMITH
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ We wish to announce that we have
Mrs. J. McKenzie returned to herj forked a full line of Groceries, Con-
home in Cumberland, Monday, aitier |��fS^2?^_^_5_"*^r_A,__? _._1Bl_^__'*-_J_fJi_!
Mrs. Wiggin will visit Ladner for
Home Portraiture by appointment.
Phone Westminster 465L. *
Misses    Kate  and    Fanny  Pearce
spent the week end in Vancouver.
Mr.  J.  Chrystall  spent the week
end with  friends  in  Vancouver.
Mr.     C.     Parson,   of   Vancouver,
spent Tuesday in Ladner on business.
Miss E. Rich spent Wednesday in
Vancouver,   returning  Thursday.
W.  Frazer returned Friday  from
\ ancouver.
G.  Burnside,   of   Vancouver,   motored to Ladner, Sunday.
Mr. J.  McGillsiry,  of East Delta,
spent Saturday in  Vancouver.
Mr.  and Mrs. W.  R.   Ellis  spent
Monday and Tuesday in Chilliwack.
A.  Parmiter motored  to  Vancouver, Friday, returning by the ferry.
spending some time in Ladner visiting friends.
'Miss Ross, daughter of the late
Senator Ross, of Halifax, and Mrs.
McDonald, spent the week end with
Miss K. McKenzie.
'Mr.
wir;   and   Mrs.   Bell   Irving,   with
Mrs. Costella, o�� Vancouver, spent Capt.    and    Mrs.    Pvbtts,  spent   the
the week end with Mrs. Devereaux. Iw___i-  _.-,.*  i�� t..j���
Mr.  Hugh  Burr motored to Vancouver, Friday last.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Frederick left
Saturday  for Kamloops.
week end In  Ladner,
and Mrs. Anseil.
visiting   Mr.
For strawberry, raspberry and all
other fruit boxes try the British Columbia Manufacturing Co., New
j Westminster, B.C. ������
will be pleased to.oater to your wants
in these lines and have you pay us a
visit.
Ladner, B.C., _,    Phone OOM
CARD OF THANKS.
The Patriotic Ball Committee take
this opportunity of thanking all
those who so generously sent donations and also those who In any way
assisted to make the ball a success.
CARTRIDGES
VALLEY     STOCK   BIO    WINNER.
U. M. C.
No. 10, Nf. 12 and No. 16
T.  E. Ladner, of Vancouver,
tored to Ladner, Friday last.
Mr. S. Welch spent Friday in Vancouver.
I The Ladies' Guild, of the All
Saints church will meet at the home
of Mrs. H. X. Rich on Friday, September 18, at 2 p.m.
Miss   K.   Hearl   spent   Monday   in
Vancouver visiting friends.
Ur. J. K. Wilson motored to Vancouver,  Friday.
Iteeve A. D. Paterson was a visitor
Vancouver on Tuesday.
Councillor   Chris    Brown    visited
Strawberry   Hill  last  Tuesday.
Mr. C. Arthur and family motored
Vancouver, Friday.
Mr. I.eyland Hornby was a visitor
Vancouver this week.
Mr.  Traversey  left   Ladner Tuesday on a visit to Seattle.
Dr.   J.   Campbell   paid   a   visit   to
Vancouver last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Grant motored
to Vancouver, Tuesday.
Mrs.  A.  Teller, of Point  Roberts,
spent Tuesday in Ladner.
Mr. F. Arthur returned from Vancouver, Tuesday.
Miss D. Bartells ,of Point Roberts,
was in  Ladner, Tuesday.
Mr. J. Johnson paid a trip to New
Westminster,   Tuesday,   on   business.
Messrs. A. Huff and K. Ritchie
purchased bronchos at the Vancouver fair last week and returned with
them to Ladner.
Mr. W. Kennedy and Mr. Peck-
ham, of the Ford Motor Co., Vancouver, were In Ladner on Friday on
business.
Messrs. Robert and Rudolph Kittson, of East Delta, motored to Vancouver, Friday, where they took in
the Exhibition.
For all Building Supplies and Fuel
\ir   H,,,.!, n,���T  nf't ndnor  visited I011- apply to the BC- Transport Co.,
Mr. Hugh Buir, of Ladnei, visited \    ^  5Q5 Wegtmln|lter Trugt B���1Id_
|lng.    Office phohe 826; wharf phone
S80.
Vancouver last Friday.
Miss   Vera   Gillander,   of   Laduer,
spent the week end in Vancouver.
T.    West,    of   Vancouver,   was  In
Ladner Thursday on business.
V. Taylor visited  Vancouver, Friday, on business.
L. Kirkland took in the Vancouver
Exhibition on Friday.
Reeve A. D. Paterson spent Thursday in  Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. W. .1. Smith returned
F'iday  from .Vancouver.
It. Morley spent Thursday in Vancouver on  business.
Thos.   Foster  returned  on  Thurs-
from Red Deer, Alberta.
Wm. Hornby visited Vancouver on
liursday on business.
Miss  Maud  Hutcherson  spent Frl-
iv in Vancouver visiting friends.
A   York   paid  a  business  trip  to
Eburne, Friday.
W, Strath was among the visitors
to Vancouver Exhibition on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Davis spent Friday in Vancouver.
Mr. Robert Keegan spent the week
end In visiting his aunt, Mrs. D.
Woods, of Point Grey.
Q, W. Brewster, of Vancouver,
was  in   Ladner,  Saturday,  on busi-
MIss D. Mends, of Vancouver, ls
ending a Jew- days with Miss G.
irkland,   of Westham   Island.
Mrs. Robert McRae, of Vancouver.
..���nt     the     week     end     with     Miss
11 recti e.
Mr. and Mrs. Mustard, of Vancouver, nre visiting Mr. and Mrs. B.
Brodie.
Miss Weare left Friday for Victoria, where she will pay an extended  visit.
visiting
man.
Rupert    Fisher   was   among   the
visitors to Vancouver Thursday last.
Mr.  Traversey spent Thursday in
Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Grant motored
to Vancouver Thursday last.
Miss   Reid,    of    Vancouver,   spent
the week end  with Miss Whitworth.
Mrs. and Miss Honeyman, of East
Delta, spent Friday in Vancouver.
Miss Minerva Smith, of New Westminster, spent Friday in  Ladner.
3. dimming, of Colebrook
Ladner, Friday.
N.   McCallum   went  to   Vancouver
on Thursday, returning by the ferry.
J. B. Elliott visited the city Saturday on business.
Mr.   and   Mrs.   F.  J.  Green  spent
Friday in Vancouver.
E. L. Munro spent the week end
In Vancouver.
D. Vorhesls spent Friday in Vancouver on business.
S. S. Grainer loaded oats at the
Brackman-Ker warehouse for Victoria, Monday.
Mr.   Harold    Berry    spent   Friday
and  Saturday in   Vancouver,  return-
on Sunday.
in
Mr. Albert Hull', of East Delta,
returned Sunday from Vancouver,
where he has been for some time.
Mrs. Mills, with daughters Laura
and Jannet, returned Sunday from
Vancouver, where they have been
visiting friends.
Delta and Langley Exhibitors Divide
Honors in Vancouver Exhibition Prize List.
(From The British Columbian)
Delta and Langley breeders are
showing up strongly with their
thoroughbred stock at the Vancouver Exhibition and a perusal of the
prize lists shows that the majority
of awards for Shorthorn cattle went
to the Malcolm Stock Farm, of Lad
ner, while in the Aberdeen Angus
class, Mr. Chas. E. Hope, the well-
known breeder of Langley, divided
honors with tbe Delta breeders.
In standard bred horses, Mr.
James Richardson, of Ladner, finished well. Mr. T. W. Holllngshead,
dean of B.C. Horsemen, also captured several events. Mr. Alex.
Davies, another well-known Delta
farmer, was a big winner. Montgomery & Sons, of Ladner, and
Joseph Tamboline, of Westham Island, won several good awards.
Here Is the list of winners
throughout the valley:
Draught horses, best pair, each
horse to weigh over 1500 pounds���
1, Entry by D. Montgomery & Son,
Ladner, B.C.; 2, Johnny and Harry,
exhibited   by  S.   J.   Gilmore,  Terra
New Remington No. 12
70c Box
Nitro Club No. 12
75c Box
Megaphone
Methods
H |M he* * met}* like thunder,
wtftal
yen em toreMjh ear wait tile.
Yen have net get the vetoe M
ter psgss le at yen? eervfoeee Ae
THE   DELTA   TIMES
CONDBNMD     ADVMIT-I
For Sale. For Ezclums* Wants* to
Purchase, To Let. Lost, round. Work
Wanted, Situation! Vacant, 1 eant ft
word.    Minimum,  11 cents for say sets
i advt,   Theae ratea for oaah  wMh or*��r.
i AU Want Ads. must be In by t t.m-
on Thureday.
Messrs. J. Marion, 0. Murphy, B
Wintermute, J. B.  Elliott, Ed Cook, I vn.-'-i   nr
Pony, other than Shetland, three
years and over, not exceeding 14.2
hands, shown to appropriate vehicle���1, Berkley Beauty, owned by
Joseph Travers. N'ew Westminster;
2, Lady Gracious, same owner.
A. Fox, H. Boserup and P. McCrea
spent the week end with H. Frazar
at the Xicomekl.
l'einai-il Howard, cert. T. C. M.
(violin and theory), wishes to obtain
a limited number of pupils for violin
instruction.    Reasonable terms.       *
A harvest festival will be held in
the All Saints church, Ladner. on
Sunday, September 20. TJr. Seagar,
principal of St. Mark's Hall, Vancouver, will preach both morning
and  evening.
Service will be held at the East
Delta church next Sunday, when Rev.
C. Whittaker. of Ladner, will conduct the services, which will be of
a patriotic character. The members
of the Ladner Methodist church
choir ��vill sing.
Mr. H. N. Rich has received instructions from Mr. W. A. Macklin.
to sell by Auction at his residence,
Stanlev street, in the village of Ladner, on Monday, September 28, the
whole of his furniture and effects.
Sale at 2 o'clock. *
Several Ladner and Delta residents were visitors to the Chilliwack
fair, held this week. Among those
who made the trip were Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Kirkland. Mr. and Mrs.
William Ellis, Councillor Chris
Brown   and   Councillor  Jas.   Savage.
WHITE   ROCK   NEWS.
chief of Police M. A. Klinkhamor
paid a business visit to N'ew Westminster,  Tuesday.
Mr. D. Burns and party, of Vancouver, motored to I.adner, Tuesday.
WHITE ROCK, Sept. 16.���The
White Rock unit of the Imperial Reserve in Canada will assemble at
the White Rock hotel hall tonight
at 7:80 o'clock for a march out. Orders are out for a parade to divine
service at the White Rock church on
Sunday evening. September 27. This
company is now recruited to over 40
men, the majority of whom have
served under the colors in former
years.
 _^mm^m_^m_^m_^mm^m_^       __ ,  , ,     ,     Mr. and  Mrs.   R.  P.  King of Mis-
Mrs.   K.  Early,   of   Winnipeg,   s tored t0 Chilliwack, Tuesday, takingLlon  CitVi  wpre    re0Pnt    weekend| Farm, Ladner
her    brother,   Mr.   W.   HoI-|with   them   Mr,   and   Mrs.   A.   Davie. |-~*BitorB   t0   their   seafront   residence
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ here
Mr.   and    Mrs.   .1.   Coulthard    and,    ,..;._   ..,.   -._,_._   J()llnston)   of  Vnn.
Misses  Ruby   Kirkland   and Hazel  family, of New Westminster, motor- | .-���..-,. Heights, together with    Mrs. j
Mr.
and   Mrs.   T.   W.   Foster   nio-
CATTLE.
Shorthorns.
Bull calf under 1 year���1 and 2,
Malcolm Stock Farm, Ladner.
Cow, 3 years old and over���3,
Malcolm  Stock Farm, Ladner.
Heifer, 2 years old and over���3,
Malcolm Stock Farm, Ladner.
Heifer, over 18 months and under
2   years���2,  Malcolm   St. ck  Yards.
Heifer calf under 1 year���2, Malcolm  Stock  Farm, Ladner.
Aged herd���2, Malcolm Stock
Farm, Ladner.
Young herd���2, Malcolm Stock
Farm. Ladner.
Three animals, get of one sire������
2 and 3, Malcolm Stock Farm, Ladner.
Bull, over 1 year, 18 months���2,
Malcolm Stock Farm.
Aberdeen Angus.
Bull, 2 years and over���1, Chas.
E. Hope. Langley.
Bull, 1 year and over���Malcolm
Stock Farm, Ladner.
Bull calf, jnuior���1, Chas. E.
Hope, Langley.
Bull champion���1, Chas E. Hope,
Langley.
Cow. 3 years and over���1 and 2,
Malcolm Stock Farm, Ladner; 3,
Chas. E. Hope, Langley.
Heifer, 1 year���Chas. E. Hope,
Langley.
Heifer calf, senior���1 and 2, Malcolm Stock Farm, Ladner; 3, Chas.
E. Hope. Langley.
Heifer calf, junior���1, Malcolm
Stock Farm, Ladner.
Female Champion ��� Malcolm
Stock Farm, Ladner.
Aged herd���1, Malcolm Stock
Farm, Ladner; 2, Chas.. E. Hope,
Langley.
Young    herd���1,    Malcolm   Stock
Clements Lambert
Hutcherson   spent  a   couple  of  day-   ,,,i  .,,   i.mlncr, Sunday,
in   Vancouver.
Miss Ketllng, of South Vancouver,
spent the week end with Miss Violet
Kerr, of Port Guichon.
Mr. B. Wintermuje, of Vancouver        	
ipent   the   week  end   with   Mr.  J.  B. | shooting deer al  Cloverdale.
Elliott,
and
motor-1
Johnston's sister, returned home yes
_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^J_t terday after spending a week's visit
Councillor S. Hull made a trip tol    Mr   j   Hetherlngton.
the Chilliwack fair, held this week,      Mr   _ml  Mrs   w   ,,   Ooan-     ani-
retuming   on   Wednesday. daughter   Ruth,   who   have   been   re-
                             Isiding  in   White  Rock  all   the  sum-
Mr. .lohn MiKee was the guest oi ,,,-,._ went b.lck to their yaneouver
Mi*.   Frank   MacKenzie   on   Tuesday, |*-*ome  a  few  days  ago.
Three animals, get of 1 sire���1,
Malcolm Stock Farm, Ladner; 2,
Chas.  E.  Hope, Langley.
Two nt-imals, produce of one cow
BICYCLES
AND REPAIRS
Automobile Accessories,
Oils and Gasoline
Agents for Pennsylvania
Oil Proof Vacuum Cup
Tyres and Special Ford
Type.
FOR SALE���For sale cheap one now
Massey-Harrls "Great West" Separator. Will sell cheep for cash
or will trade for stock or prodsee.
Terms if required. Machine see
be seen at Wlndebank'e Lumber
Yard, Mission City.
Taylor Electric Co.
Phone L60. Ladner
The Ladner - Steveston
ferry Service
Fall and Winter Service
Beginning September 1st, the
Steamer Sonoma will run on her fall
and winter service as follows:
Leaves Ladner, 8:30 a. m. and
_:_0 p. ni.
Vancouver passengers can make
connection by taking the 8:30 a. m.
and 3:30 p. m. cars at Granville
street bridge station.
New Westminster passengers
should take the Eburne care 8:00 a.
m. and 3:00 p. m. and change at
Eburne to the Steveston cars.
G. W,  BREWSTER,
Manager.
Mineral and
Soda Waters
J. HENLEY
New Westminster, B. C.
Manufacturer of Sodm   Water,
Ginger Ale,  and all  Kinds of
Summer Drinks.
Your Patronage Solicited.
Delta Motor Transfer
Freight Service Daily to and
from Vancouver, Eburne,
Ladner.
Van. Phone Sey. 754 Ladner 65
HERB. r.LIGH   Mgr.
DRS. WILSON t WILSON
PHYSICIANS
AND   SURGEONS
Oddfellows' Building
Ladner
General Office Hours
Mrs.    !".
������nt   the
a -"enl
(   "own
Wrlnglo.   of   Vancouver.
,cek   end   with   Miss   A.
Miss Knima Pheasant, of Vancou-
r.  paid a visit lo Ladner lasi  Fri
day.
Mrs. L. Thornbur and Mrs. Duncan
are down in their seafront cottage.
\i.m:k<.i:<>\
NEWS.
Mr .1. flu Moulin ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
illlngham, where he Intends tak-|Mrs, F. Arthur,
g  up stage lite again.
Mr.   George   .lolinson   was   among
e visitors to Vaneouver, Thursday
Miss i. FMe'd, n* Vancouver, Bnent
e week  end  with her sister, Mrs.
0, Lambert.
E.   Hutcherson  Bpent  Tuesday  in
Vancouver,   where   he   attended   the
xhlbltlon.
...      _ -  ,, ... ,���,, i    On Wednesday, the 9th, tlie licens-
Kr.  and  Mrs.  Parr, oi   Pe���dale- kg commissioners for   Langley mu-
i,.ft  Friday for|8pent_the  week  end   with   Mr.  and ,.;,.,.,..,���..   m���t  .,,   ,,,��� (.oll].,  poom8|
Murrayville, in connection  with the
petition  of .lames  Dobson,  of  Alder-
, .    .grove, for a    hotel    license.    After
p   scrutinizing the petition and protest
|and hearing from those who appeared   for  and  against  the eoinniisslon-
.        prs   decided   lo   refuse   the   nppllca-
,tion  on   Ihe  ground   that   it   was  In-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B    sufficiently   supported,   also   because
' of the distress in the country, which
Mr.  and  Mrs.  W.  .������*,   Kirkland  re- *,-_   ,���   .suppi)n   dependents  in     the
the war
���1,   Chas.    E.    Hope,   Langley;   2,
Malcolm  Stock Farm. I.adner.
Orade cow or ste.r, 3 years anu
over���1, Malcolm Stock Farm, Ladner.
Championships.
Bull, 3 years and over���2, Malcolm Stock  Farm,  Ladner.
\iiss Ruby Welch returned Friday
from Vancouver, where she has
ilsiiin;;  friends.
v.    T'.iorogoods.    of    Vancouver, |
spent   a   few  days  in     Ladner
week.
O. McCallum. S. Smith, L. Hand-Ifrom Vancouver
ird and .1. Wilcox were visitors at j visiting friends.
lie Vancouver Exhibition, Friday.
Miss   M.   Fessant.    of    Vancouver.
���nt   the  week  end  with  friends In
Ladner,
Mr \V. Forrest, of the Kelly-
Douglas Co.. was in Ladner, Monday, on business.
Mr.    W,    Frederick motored    to
Blaine,   Saturday   last, taking   with
him  Mr.   and    Mrs.   F. Arthur
Miss Maud Frederick.
and
Mis�� Ev��lyn Lord returned to her
homo in Vlrtorin after spending a
''f-ek's vacation with friends in Ladner.
turned   Saturday   from   Vancouver, armv ���,.,, navv so lon
where they attended the Exhibition. oofltinues.
 _ ..,     I     Mrs.   W.   R.   Reid.  of   Arrowhead.
Mrs.  J,  Johnson   returned   Friday ,,__   bpen   th_   _uest   of   hpp   _,_,__
where she has been Mr8   M   A   MCKensiB, of -*'1S i,ln(,p-
^^^^^^^^^^^H : for the past  few days.
  Mr. Geo. Purges serving with Mrs.
G. Dennis, of Fast Delta, spent rj0Seter t.iis week is leaving tn Join
Friday in Vancouver taking in the the v0*,inteer8 at New Westminster.
exhibition. George  is sure to make    a   faithful
 ' [soldier and all  here applaud  his de-
Mr. s. w. waiter motored to chll-,clsiol. In going t0 tll- front
HORSES
Standard  l.ri'il.
Stallion, 8 years and over���Jas.
Richardson,  Ladner,  R.C.
Stallion, 2 years and under 3���1,
E   W,  Nicholson, Ardley. B.C.
Mare, :i years and over���3, Jas.
Richardson, Ladner; 4, .). Fowler,
Eburne.
Champion stallion���t. J. \V. Holllngshead, Ladner; 2, E. W, Nicholson,  Ardley.  reserve.
Coach  Horses.
Mare, ?, years nnd over���1, Alex.
Davies. Ladner.
Canadian stnnriunl sKvinis.
J.  W.   Holllngshead.   Ladner.
Agricultural OIiiss-?k.
Filly or gelding, .1 years and
under���1, Alex. Davies, I.adner; 2,
D.  Montgomery &���  Sons, Ladner.
Filly   or   gelding,    2    years    and
under   ."! 1,   Alex.   Montgomery   A
Sons.    Ladner;    2,   ,!os.   Tamboline,
Westham   Island.
Ferry Auto Stage
Ladner-Vancouvcr Service
Auto leaves corner Frader
Arm and River Road 6:45,
8:4S and f>:45 a.m., and 1:15,
3:16 and .">:45 p.m. Sundays,
8:43, fl:45 am.; 1:16, 2:45,
5:45 and fi:45, p.m. Connecting With all ferries at Woodward's Landing.
Fare 85 cents���Vet y  Free,
Advertise in Delta Times
"What's Your Pke Number ?"
Can You Answer This Question
If not, don't you know you are
losing business and running risk.
Whait is more necessary than a telephone in case of sickness or fire?
Delta  Telephone   Co.,   1 td.
YOUR  HOME COMPANY.
DR. E. L. THOMPSON
Dentist.
Sensitive  cavities    prepared     and
filled  absolutely painlessly     by  ibe
new  nitrous-oxlde-oxygen  method.
Bburne station, it. c.
I'lioiie I-.burne 111
CRUTSBR   \M> SUBMARINE SUNK
ARMV   IDOLIZE*,   silt   JOHN.
liwack.   Tuesday.
C.  Davis, S.  Huff,
II. Slater.
taking   with   him j    T--e rftin 0f -ast W(,e)j  wa8 mog*
F.  Handford  and (acceptable nnd has done much good
ito the crops now In the fields.
re
turned   to
work    among
teacher.
Mrs      Cave-Hrown-Cave     hai ^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
I.adner    to    resume    her j     CAPETOWN,       Sept.       16.���The
her   pupils  as   music  Fourth  South   African   Mounted   Rifles,  after two  night  marches,  sur-
^^^^^^^^ ______ prised tbe German  force which  had
Mrs. and Miss M. Weare. who I occupied 'taman's Drift, slxtS- miles
have been visiting friends in Van-j from Steinkopf in Namaqualand.
couver for the past two weeks, re- After a sharp skirmish, the Germans
turned to Ladner, Saturday. | were compelled to surrender.
HOLLAND STILL NEUTRAL.
Till*. HAGUE, Sept. 16.���The
Staats General wns opened yesterday. Queen Wilhelmina, in the
sneeoh from the throne, emphasized
the necessity for the strictest neutrality in the present war. upon
which she intimates the national ex-
istance depends.
lUTiin Officially Announces Loss <>i
ilcl.-i���Desttbyer of Pathfinder
Also  Sent   to   Kntloni.
BERLIN, Sept. 15.- It is officially announced that on the morning of September IS the. cruiser
llela was sunk by a torpedo from
a hostile submarine. Almost the
whole of the crew were saved.
German suimim-inc Sunk.
LONDON. Sept. 15. 3:06 a.m.���
"The Scotsman" today stales that
the German submarine, which sank
the llritish cruiser. Pathfinder, has
Itself been sunk by the gun 'Ire
from seven ship,.
Shiloh
��_ic!:'y ttejH!  cough*,  curei  coldi. ��nd  he��l��
I'-; tlir-;:.*. and I_n;3.        :: as ccrt>
MAY STOP COAL SHIPMENTS
.MANILA. Sept. 15.���A report is
current here that Japan and Ilritain
are considering the advisability of
stopping all coal shipments to the
Philippines, This would practically
cut off the fuel supply of the islands, including coal for the government. This situation is caused by
German merchant vessels coaling
here   from   local   firms  and   leaving
Field   Marsha]   French  Is Hero of
Hi'itisli Expeditionary Forces
in Prance,
LONDON, Sept. 16. -'Sir John
1 French is In good health and spirits
and looks 20 years younger than
when he went oft to war," says a
( letter from an officer of the British
headquarters staff which has reach-
here,
"Ills army idolizes him and the
'Tommies' are crazy about him.
After one day's work he tasist'i :
upon visiting the trench*.-.. _ nio
Was during the llritish i ��� vat aud
j his staff was hard put to i to prevent the old boy running needless
risks. Whenever the ������ ird went
through the ranks that Sir John
French was around the m ��� cheen rt
him to the echo."
EMERGENCY SESSION.
REGINA,   Sept.   15.���The   emerg-
       eniy    session   I    the  Saskatchewan
ostensibly for neutral ports, but ac- | Legislature will  meet today to con-
tunlly, It is alleged, disposing of
their coal to German warships on
the high  seas.
fer on the government the power to
I roclaim If necessary a general
moratorium  in the province. THE DELTA TIMES
THURSDAY, SEPT. 17, 1914,
DISTRICT NAMES reservist's child
IN PRIZE LIST'     "E5?PRIZE
i
  Jack Minot Captures Honors of His
Winners In Pinal Awards at Vancou-1     Division in Better Rabies Con-
ver Exhibition  Include  \ alley
Exhibitors,
test at Fair.
(From The  British Columbian)
L'ttle Jack Miiiot, a son of Gaston
(From The British Columbian)       Minot, a French    reservist,    of    42
Following is a list of the district lEushby street, who recently left for
prize   winners   In   the   final   awards Quebec en route to France, where he
made   In   connection   with   the   Van- i^he^a. %^A�����Z
couver   Exhibition: Ipeot honors    at    the    big    "Better
Horses. j Babies' Contest,' 'held in connection
Best  pair  of  agricultural   horses, I with the Vancouver exhibition.    The
under 160(1 pounds aud not less than |little   fellow  captured   first   prize  in
140U   pounds,   owned   and   exhibited  the  boys'  division  between  the ages
by   bona   tide  farmers���1,  S. J.  Gil- oi  13 and 24 months,    and    is    the
more, Terra Nova, B.C.; 2, D. Mont-[proud  possessor  of a  silver mug  in
gomery & Sons,  Laduer, B.C. consequence.     The    father    was    a
Shetland   pony,   stallion,   mare   or former   artilleryman   in   the   Frendh
gelding,  not  exceeding  46  inches  in (army and left last Saturday for the
height,  three years and  over, to  be
ridden   by   boy  or  girl   not  over   12
years���1,   Dobbin,  owned  by  Joseph
Travers,  New  Westminster.
Mining  Awards.
The following prizes were award-
en io ore exhibits, which are givi n
to the ores received during the current year only, and not to the ore
in the permanent exhibit, were as
follows:
Gold  medal  for  best  gold  ore���1,
Nut Cracker syndicate, a. a. Lo
agent;   2,   silver   medal   to   W.
front. Should the necessity arise,
"Little Jack" will now be one of
the many youngsters to be looked
after by the civic relief committee.
Other prize winning babies at the
exhibition from this city were:
k'harles R. Mathieson, 7"2 Second
Street; Richard J. Nelson. 128 Agnes
Street, bronze medal; Hugh Murray,
1107 Fighth avenue, diploma; Alice
J J. Gwenna.p. 14 10 Sixth avenue,
miic In district 7. William Ernest
i! , jh'ennesly, Port Moody, mug, and
H, '.Tames W. Lowe,    North    road,    dl-
Robinson, Rainbow Camp, Hope, B.C. ploma, were two of the winners at
Beat   silver   lead   ore���1,   W.     W. -'that end.
Eider.   Kamloops,   B.C.,  gold  medal;
2, Jim Penny, Silver Queen. Rainbow Camp, Hope, B.C., silver medal.
Best copper gold ore���1, J. M.
Harpe., Kamloops. B.C.; 2, Doc Col-
Jins, 2.1 Mile, Hope, B.C., silver
medal.
Best district collection of ore���1,
Kamloops. .1. M. Harper, exhibitor,
gold medal; 2, Hope district, "W. H.
Robinson, exhibitor, silver medal.
Magnetite iron ore���1, W. F. Pool,
Nootka, gold medal; 2, Walter Crey,
Rainbow Camp, Hope, B.C., silver
medal.
Hematite iron (imonite)���F. C.
Kickbush, Chilliwack, gold medal;
W. II. Robinson, Hope, B.C., silver
medal.
W. H. Robinson, Rainbow Camp,
Hope,  B.C., limestone,  diploma.
B. C. Salt Company. Prince Rupert, table and butcher's salt, diploma.
F. P. Murray, Similkameen P.O..
Orivl.lle, epsom salts, diploma.
RICHMOND FAIR OPENS.
Splendid   Exhibits   of   Produce   and
Live   Stock   Are  Well   Vp
to the Standard.
CAMBIE, Sept. 16.���With a
splendid array of the products of
farm and field on display in the big
agricultural buildings and with an
exhibit of live stock in keeping with
the reputation long since established by the Richmond farmers,
the annual fall fair of the Richmond
Agricultural Association, which
opened today, gives promise of
maintaining the high standard of
oxcell.nce of former years, and of
being a credit to this famous farming centre.
STRAWBERRY HILL NEWS.
STRAWBERRY HILL, Sept. 12.���
Circulars have been delivered to box
owners on the rural mail route with
a view of exhanging the present box
for a combined letter and parcel post
box, to meet the new conditions.
A patriotic fund is being gotten up
by the Farmers' Institute. Lists are
to be posted at the Strawberry Hill
post office, Newton post office and
the Delta General Store. Also in
connection with the fund, a patriotic
concert followed by a dance, is to
take place on October 16. The donations obtained will be added to the
numerous funds in connection with
Farmers' Institutes throughout the
province for the assistance and maintenance of those who go to the front.
PETROGRAD, Sept. 15.���The fol-1 Miss IT. Brannan. of Vancouver,
lowing official communication was!1-'!-, visiting Mr. and Mrs. 0. Atchi-
iesuod last night;  "On the Austrian  son for a few days.
CZERNOWITZ IN
RUSSIAN HANDS
Austrian    Crownland of    Bukowina
Offer. No Resistance to Victorious Muscovite's March,
THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD
WE CARRY THE BEST LINES OF
farming Implements
on the market, and can ship to you without delay Frost
& Wood and Deering Binders, Cast and Steel Skein
Wagons, Gasoiine Engines, Columbia Hay Presses and
Iron Age Potato Diggers, are a few of the lines necessary
to do your work on the farm.
We also carry a full line of
Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Paints
and Oils, Rope, Binder Twine,
Stoves, Furniture and
Tinware
Order through our Agent, Mr. GEO. T. BAKER, of
Ladner, or Phone us Direct:
T.J. TRAPPY CO., Limited
Phones-  \  Implement Dept.    691
( General Hardware   59
New Westminster    -    -    ���    B. C.
GERMANS GROSS
INTO BELGIUM
Paris  Believes  Thnt  German  Territory Will He Theatre of Next
Phase of War.
l'i'-ii1 th" lUiHslan troops are cross-
in; tli, San river. On taking position in ai Rawa Ruska, the Russian
troops captured thirty cannon and
8'j'''i prisoners, and also enormous
store- ol war material and provisions.
"The results 'if the pursuit of the
enemy in thai territory ar. still unknown.
"In the marshes of Belograion the
Russians found more Austrian batteries sunk In the mud, abandoned
during the retreat.
"The general army, while repulsing the last desperate Austrian at
tail;, captured, the moment our
troops took lhe offensive, a great
numbi r of prisoners and g":is, tihe
tots] number of which has not as yet
bei-n determined.
"General   Bruselloff  decUi'iw    bis
Surrey and Delta Exhibitions have
been cancelled this year, and hope
for a  Successful  fair for  1916.
Road work is about completed In
th district, .Surrey having taken the.
li ading part in opening up n"iv roads
tMs year.
Building |s still progressing steadily, Mr. P. Grace is building a five-
I roomed cottage on his lots on Scott
Road.
j Although the deer shooting season
is ooPiied, very few shots have heen
heard in the district so far.
DEAD .MAN   IDENTIFIED.
Yesterday Chief Bradshaw and
1 -he wiiie'v of the dead man Identl-
! fied the corpse picked up by the
I Richmond police on Sea Island Fri-
. day as that of George Henderson of
troops   gave   prool
determination and
of   great   energy, ] this City.
bravery.        The   firing  ou
Last May Henderson was
a  tug  in  the harbor  and
commanders of the corps, ho says,
led their units with imperlaii-ahl*-
coolness, snanhing victory from the
enemy on more than one occasion at
critica'. moments,
"Gemr.il   Ili-ussiloff,     particularly,
commends   the   activity   of   Ihe   Bulgarian general, Itadko Dmitrieff, In I
the fighting.
"On   the  right  bank   Of  the  Dnel-
ster river, the  ivustrians hav.' been
thrown   back  on   Dorogobuzh,  fifty- i
live miles    BSl  of Smolensk.
"S.ernov*, ;*.* capital ami cblel
town of ihe Crownland i [ Buk i via i
and al] tbe neighboring regions have I
one night told his wife he would not
be home for a few days as the tug
was going up the coast. A month
later tho.wife reported to the police
that her husband, she had just
learned, had never reached the tug.
It was presumed lhat he had (alien
overboard and drowned while trying
to board the tug, and this has been
borne  out   by   finding  (lie  corps,..
CENTENARIAN DIEtf.
LONDON, Sept, 15. A centenar-
len S ot, Robfiri Creighton, whose
wer.ltli , isti b iargeiy to Canadians
In Montreal, Halifax and Vancouver,
been occupied by the Russian armies died on Sunday.
without resistance."  '���.	
\u official communication   by the jap GUNS ITJTROXT
chief of the general start, says: London,   Sept.   16.   The' heavy
'The rapid and . mergetto advance siege guns purchased by Russia from
oi  General   Rennenlrampif's arm*   in Japan al the outset of the war
'���     ���   Prussia and  our decisive i    ��� slreadj a. the front, according I
Petrogi .'.'i
Timi s.
correspondent
cesses over .tn Austrian army numbering more than 1,000,000 men,
ba'' forci d the Germans to send
bad. i i onslderable portion of their
troops from thi  wi item frontier
"From .ugust 2$ to September 7
tbe Germans tvi re continually bunging relnfon enn nl to their eastern
frontier. Thej then began an attack ro b thi Ma&ur lakes In n
region tvhli h was wi ll known i >
them, vs tin y ��� .1 ance I their right
vi!'    threatened    to develop    greal says thai  the Herman
are
the
of    the
Btri ' ��� -'i        the Mont  from Nor li n
bar:-   tO  Gi Id :p  aad  Suvalkl,
���ii' ��� i 'i thre tten-
ed   i     ��� ;.: -|   ���;, -,.        ,.
troops in a serio is situation, encountered  resistance on the wings from
our covi ring tro -      vhich In a mosi
self-SB* rlfli Ing  n i  ner  held   op
enemj s pressure.     Eventually afti
���;    "- ��������� bi   ll      '.' '
Iy. our i ntlre troop      trie ited th
from   this  difficult   sll    I
and oi cut led i ositions wii ��� n new to
later operations."
Tchestckliove  Vttacked.
A     semi-official     oommuntc I
���ays (lie slowness of the Russian
disquletii _. 'I he affairs tov* only
been minor ones whieh were alternately successful and unsuccessful,
An energetic attack has beigun os
T hi.-' khove, where the German
position Mas taken by storm Satur-
'i i -
Ian    Emtoaesy    In Rome
army     com-
op-
erations   in   Eastern   Prussia   is   not  1
mar.ded by Genera] von Hindenbur
h ���  been defeated near Miawa, Russian   Poland,   with   a   loss  of  no,000
men.     The report says further that
tho   RUSI i.ins   have   assumed   the  of.
��� In  Prussia and    have   coined to lay -doge to Koenigsburg.
li riiii messages received In Copen-
������   nil   that  the i liief Austrian
dear-   army   has   suffered   an   absolute   de-
feal but claim it is retiring in good
ii di r,
"General von Auffenberg'a army,"
the correspondent continues, "is
said to be in a dangerous position,
being cut off from the main army.
The   Austrians   have     had     terribie
GHENT, Sept. 15.���The vanguard
of the fleeing German armies has
now recrossed the Belgian frontier.
It is composed of the proud, formidable host which a short fortnight
ago at Mons antl everywhere swept
from its conquering path the thin
Britisli line which barred its route
toward the French capital.
Owing to the recrudesence of Belgian activities, the position of the
slender garrison holding Brussels
has become one of extreme peril. Important Belgian forces appeared
north and east of Brussels after the
burning of Termonde. The modern
Huns of the German Kaiser retreated upon Alost, which commands the
road northwest of Brussels. Their
occupation of this town is now seriously menaced by the powerful Belgian concentration in the neighborhood.
It is quite possible that the enemy
will shortly nnd Brussels untenable
and be compelled to evacuate tbe
capital.
Beset by vigorous armies on all
sides, the German grip on Belgium
must  be soon  broken.
French Occupy Amiens.
PARIS, Sept. 15.���The French official statement issued last night
says that French troops have reoc-
cupied Amiens, which was abandoned by the Germans, but that the derma;.s are making a stand on the
River Aisne.
"The statement is as follows: "On
our left wing we have everywhere
caught up wllh the rear guards and
even the main body of the enemy.
Our troops have re-entered Amiens-,
abandoned by the German troops.
The enemy appears to be making a
stand on a prepared front along the
River Aisne."
"On the centre, similarly, it would
seem as If the enemy intends to resist on the heights to the northwest and to the north of Rhelms
In the region between Argnnne and
tho  Meuse,  he continues to retire.
"On the right wing wo have succeeded in relieving the front of Troy-
on, which has heen stubbornly attacked time and time ,-u*aln during
the last few --days. 'lioyon is 12
miles    south-southeast   of    Verdun.
"in Lorraine our pursuing detach
ments   are   keeping,   as   everywhere
else, In touch with the Germans.
On German Soil Soon.
It is generally believed here that
the next phase of the gigantic war.
iii which hundreds of thousands o(
men are engaged on the western
field alone, will lake place on Gi r
man territory. The Allies, according to the military experts, doubtless will endeavor lo prevent the
German armies should they succeed
in eluding rapture, from taking
strong defensive positions near -: i
frontier.
Twenty-one trainloads of booty col
lected on the Marne battlefield have
been brought Into Vincennes since
Sunday morning. The spoils of war
Include elpven guns, seven motor
waci.Ms tilled with ammunition, four
mitrailleuses, three aeroplanes, two
largo flat ears piled with helmets.
rifles, swords and cartridges, besides
gun carriages and wagons of different kinds.
Lines Are Threatened.
LONDON, Sept. 15.���Except for
the army which has been attacking
Verdun, the German forces in France
have fallen back all along the line,
according to the French official report,   issued   yesterday   afternoon.
The Allies are pusning their ad-
vantage and doing their utmost to
turn the retreat into a disaster by a
stern pursuit on, perhaps, the broadest scale yet known in war. On the
right they are in a good position to
continue the offensive, if the men
and horses are not too ured for further effort. They are based on a
strong line running from the Marne
to the fortresses, through the hilly
country south of Argonne.
While the Allies' left, composed
largely of fresh troops with a heavy
force of cavalry under General Pan,
Is wheeling around so as to drive
Generals von (Cluck aud von Buelow
toward Ardennes and Luxemburg,
General Pau's army, by a few more
marches by way of La Fere and
l.aon, might cut communications between tlie retiring Germans and Belgium.
The British, who yesterday took
nearly all the crossings on the River
Aisne and captured many prisoners,
are now north of that river and are
pushing the attack that would assist
in forcing the Germans to evacuate
Hheims. The centre, somewhere between Chalons and Rhelms, is making an effort to recapture the latter
city, which would b-_ one of the most
popular victories that could be announced to Frenchmen.
Should these movements be crowned with success and Laon and
Rhelms again fall into the hands of
Allies, the Germans would have only
one line of communication with Germany, through Rethel���and even
that might be cut.
General von KItick, however, is
looking for reinforcements from Bel-
glum, if they have not already reachr
ed him. and with these he might
make another stand against his relentless pursuers.
DO NOT USE Dl'M-RlMS.
Sir   RfUvnrfl  Grey   Issues  ('11'pg.niic.il
Denial of German General
stuffs Allegations!
LONDON, Sept. 15.���Sir Edward
Grey has issued the follow)ag catv
irnrical denial of the German i barge
that the British and French troopH
have  been using dutn-dum  bullets*
"His Majesty's Government declares publicly and officially that
the statement made by tho German
General Slaff to the effec* that ilpm-
duni bullets were found on ! *ig:;sh
nnd French prisoners of war, is entirely untrue. Neither the Br'tisb
nor tlle French army has In lis possession, or has used, any but approved patterns of rifle and revolver
ammunition  which do not Infringe
In  any respect the provl.doi _ nf  the
Hague   Convention.
(Slgnedi "GREY."'
"Foreign  Office,  London,''
DESTROY ORSORA.
This Action Cuts Line of O iiniiiuni-
cntlon Between Hungarian Territory ami Roumania
PARIS, Sept. 15.���A Petrogrnd
despatch to the Havas agency re-
ports that the Servians have bombarded and destroyed the Hungarian
station of Orsova, on the Danube,
a short distance above where the
river quits Hungarian territory,
thus cutting communication between
Hungary and Itouniania. Orsova
was the route by whieh the German
Bailors reached Turkey.
DELTA DIRECTORY
Delta municipality ls situated at
the mouth of the Fraser River in ths
finest agricultural district in B.C.
The chief interests in the Delta are
farmings, dairying, fruit culture,
market gardening, sheep and hors*
breeding. There are also salmon
canneries in the Delta municipality.
There are shipping facilities by rail
and boat to the markets of Canada
aud the United States. The crop
yield is the largest per acre in Canada, and the sheep and horses bred
are the finest in British Columbia
Along the south bank of the Fraser
River there are splendid sites foi
industries.
Board of Trade.���President, W. A.
Kirkland; secretary, S. W. Fisher.
meets 2nd Monday in each month.
Justices of Peace���H. D. Benson, H.
J. Kirkland, J. McKee, E. L. Berry.
Police  Magistrate.���J. McKee.
Medical Health Officer.���Dr. J. K<*n
Wilson.
Coroners.���Dr.  A. A. King and  Di
J.  Kerr Wilson.
School Board.���S. Wright, chairmar;
A. deR. Taylor, secretary; J. Me
Callan.
Farmers' Institute.���C. Davis, president; N. A. McDiarmid, secretary.
Delta Farmeis' Game Protective Association.��� Wm. Kirkland, president; A. deR. Taylor, secretary.
Delta \-ylcuItural Society.���D. A.
McKei, .resident; A. deR. Taylor,
secretary.
License Commissioner.���Reeve A. D.
Paterson, Councillor 8. Morley,
J. Harris, J. McKee, J.P., and f_.
L. Berry, J.P.
Member of Parliament.���J. D. Taylor
'New  Westminster.
Member of Local Legislature.���F, J
MacKenzle, New Westminster.
Bo-it Sailings���SS. Sonoma learea
Ladner for Steveston at 8.30 a.m.,
12.30 p.m., and 6.30 p.m. connecting with the B.C.E.R. cars. Ferry
boat leaves Ladner for Woodwards at 7, 9 and 10 a.m., I.M,
3.S0 and 6 p.m., returning leeraa
Woodwards at 7.30, 9.80 aad
10.30 a.m. and 2, 4 and 6.80 p.a.
On Sunday leave Ladner at 9 and
10 a.m. and 1.30, 8, 6 and 7 p.m.
and half an hour later from
Woodwards. The S.S. Transfer
leaves for New Westminster dally,
except Sundays, at 7 a.m.; returning leaves New Westminster at I
p.m., reaching Ladner at 5.30 p.m.
Railway..���Great Northern leave-
Port Guichon daily for New West
minster and Vancouver at T a.m.;
returning, leaves Vancouver r.t
2.30 p.m., reaching Port Guichon
about B.,10 p.m. B.C.E.R.. Lull
Island Branch, E. Stirling, superintendent; Vancouver to Eburni
'and Steveston���Cars leave Gran
ville street depot fat north enri
of bridge over False Creek) to
meet New Delta at 8.30 a.m. and
3.30 p.m. and leaves for New
Westminster via Eburne at 8.00
a.m. and 3 p.m. Special car for
Eburne at 6.00 a.m. Cars leave
Steveston at 6.30 a.m. and hourly
until 11.30 p.m. Sunday service
���First car leaves either terminus
at 8.30 a.m.; hourly service thereafter until 11.30 p.m.
Post Office.���Hotira, 8 a.m. to 'i
p.m. Mail for Vancouver close-
at 3 p. in.; for New West minster
and up river points at 6.30 a.m.;
closed all  day Sunday.
Municipal Council.���MeetB in th<
Municipal Hall, Ladner, on th*-
second and fourth Saturdays lr
each month at 2 p.m. Reeve A.
D. Paterson; councillors. Jas. Savage, Joseph Harris, Seymour Huff,
Sam Morley, Chris Brown; clerk,
N.  A.  McDiarmid.
SYNOPSIS  OF  OtJAL  MlMjfo
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights or the Domin.
Ion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Territories and In a' nor-
tion of the Province of British Co"
Iumbia, may be leased for a term
of twenty-one years at an annual
rental of $1 an acre. Not more than
2560 acres will be leased to one an
pllcant.
Application for a lease must be
made by the applicant In person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the dli
trict ln which the rights applied for
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land
must be described by sections or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
in unsurveyed territory the tract an-
plied for shall be staked out by th.
applicant himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be
refunded if the rights applied foi
are not available, but not otherwise
A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at titrate of five  cents per ton.
The person operating the mla��
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full qua,.
tity of merchantable coal mined and
pay the royalty thereon. If the coal
mining rights are not being operated, such returns should be furnished
at least once a year.
The lease will include the coal
mining rights only, but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of $ 10.00
an acre.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorised publication ol
this advertisement will  not be paic
for.���30690.
Anglican.
Holy Communion, first and third
Sundays at 11 a.m., second fourth
Sundays at 8 a.m.; matins, 11 a.m.;
Sunday school at 10 a.m.; Evening
Service at 7.30 p.m.; Wednesda*
evening, Litany at 8.30. Rev. C. C.
Hoyle,  M.A.,  vicar.
Baptist Chnrch.
Pastor���Rev. D. G. Macdonald
Ladner���Sunday school, 11 a.m.;
evening service, 7.30 p.m.; prayer
meeting, Wednesday, 7.30 p.m.; missionary meeting every first Wednesday tinder the auspices of the Ladies-
Circle.
Crescent Island���Sunday school, 2
pm.; service, 3 p.m.; singing practice and Bible reading, Tuesday, 7.3(
p.m.
Gulfside Schoolhouse���Union Sue-
day school. 2  p.m.;  singing practice
and Gospel service. Friday, 7,30.
Catholic.
Church services will be held every
other Sunday, beginning with Sunday, November 14, 1(109. Parochial
mass at 10.30 a.m.; Sunday school.
2 p.m.; evening devotion, 3 p.m.;
a.m. ltev. Father W. Chaput, parish
priest.
Methodist.
Services next Lord's Day at 11
a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; class meeting,
before the morning service every
Sunday; Sabbath school at 10 a.m.
every Sunday; Epworth League
every Wednesday nt 8 p.m. Rev. C.
Wellesley Whittaker, pastor.
St.  Andrew's  Prrsbytcrinn.
Services next Lord's Day at 11
a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; week night services on Thursday evening at 7.30
o'clock; Sunday school at 2.30 p.m.
Rev. J. J. Hastie, minister.
Any corrections in above names
or times should be sent to the office
of the Delta Times, Ladner, B.C.
ShilohM
The   family   remedy    for   Coughs   and   Cold-
Small  doae.    Small   bottle.    Beit eince   1!70
WASHINGTON STATE.
Prominent In State and City.
SEATTLE, Sept. 15.���Prominent
In the public life of the State o:
Washington and Intimately ass
ed with the development "of Beattli
foi nearly twenty-five years, Ellis
Morrison, former member of the
Seattle City Council and at one time
speaker of the House in the State
legislature, died at his home at 1315
Terry avenue at H o'clock Saturday
morning,
Unisex  Record Crop.
MOUNT VI.RNON, Sept. 15.���
John Thulen, of Pleasant Ridge, this
year produced the largest cabbage
seed crop of the La Conner flats and
noiglil'oriug vicinity. Hia tract of
eighteen acres yielded 30,000 pounds
���an avorago of 1683 pounds to the
acre. John Delene and Gust Johnson come next with the big crops,
ouch tract averaging 1800 pounds to
the acre. The cabbage seed crop ol
the entire district totals apprux-
Imately 170,000 pounds.
Donates Lur^e Tract of Timber.
BELLINGHAM. Sept. 15.���Tei'
acres of timber land, located in tlu
heart of the wilderness near Hamilton, in Skagit county, will be presumed to the Bellingham State Normal School, by .Miss Catherine Montgomery, who has been on the faculty
of the school for a number of years.
The Intent is to build cabins on the
land and make it an ideal place for
students and teachers of the school
to go for study and outings. Miss
Montgomery will request that tho
p!aC9 be known as the Minerva Bakor
Forestry Station.
Slate General l-'unil.
OLYMPIA, Sept. 16.���Flgures
coinpiled by various state official-
Indicate that the deficit of the Btate
general fund for the present blen-
nium will exceed by little if any thai
which it inherited at the beginning
of the biennium. While nearly ail
the figures availablo are estimates
it is declared to be apparent that
the appropriation! that must be mei
by the general fund during the remainder of the biennium, which ends
April 1, 1915, will exceed tin' a ���
of the fund by nearly $600,
llioimh this may he nut to as low as
$550,000. The overdraft in this
fund at the beginning of the biennium Apr1! 1, 1918, was $555,000
Strong  Republican  Ticket.
OLYMPIA, Sept.  18.���Though   "
terest  is Htlll   keen  In  a  few  of  thi
yet   undecided   primary   races,   espi
dally that    between George Turner
and W. W. Black for the demoi rati
senatorial    nomination.    Hn'    state
capital Is looking forward in pre
inary  preparation  to the campaigi
for Ihe general election.    There
general feeling    among    republ
officials  and   private  pers mi   Inter
ested  in  the affairs of the state ai id
county      here   thnt   the   republican
party  bas one of the strong" ll
kets before the people in Us history,
not only in county, but In the iena-
toria],  congressional   rrttt  legislative
Ilne-np.    And on  top of this fact   Is
a greater feeling of optimism tha
htis  manifested   itself in  the  partj
since the campaign of 1012.   Reporl
from all over the state ns received li
Olympla indicate a strong republl a
sentiment.
ARMIES EFFECT JUSCTIOX.
ROME, Sept. 16.���A despatch received b< re from San Giovanni. Albania, says the Montenegrin troops
have Joined the Servians, and fighting under Servian generals headed
by General Vukotich, have repul- j
the Austrians all along the Bosnian
frontier.
The Delta Times Is published even
Thurslav from the Times Building, I.adner, B.C. J. D. Taylor.
managing-director.

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