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THE DELTA TIMES
Volume 7
LADNER, B. C. THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1914.
$1.00 A YEAR
ACCIDENT ON
TRUNK ROAD
Contusion as to Rules of Road Results in Horse Vehicle Being
Hun Down.
Owing to the difference in the
rule of the road between Canada
aad the United States a serious accident occurred on the Trunk road
late on Saturday night, about ten
o'clock, when Mr. Norman McCal-
lum's democrat and horses collided
with the automobile ut Air. Teller,
ei Point Roberts. It appears that
lhe lightB on -Mr. Teller's car were
very strong electric onob, which
were blinding to Mr. McCallum and
llie horses. The automobile made
straight for the team, Mr. McCallum
turned to the left as best he could
under tbe conditions and instead of
the machine rurning to the left
band side, Mr. Roberts for the mo-
me.it forgot be was on the Caua-
dj;ui~-**We and turned to his right.
I'lii- shaft of the democrat shattered
the wind shield and snapped tbe
ring wheel right off. The ma-
chine was fortunately stationary by
tiiis time or the shaft would have
gone through Mr. Teller and prob-
ably have badly injured him. Mrs.
McCallum and the baby were
thrown out, but aside from tbe
shock were not badly hurt. Mr.
McCallum also escaped injury. One
er the horses received a bad cut on
tho neck, which needed medical attention* The wagon and harness
were damaged considerably. Mr.
Teller's car was towed Into Ladner
hy Mr. Johnson.
Mr. Teller is at all times a car.-
ful driver and was on his way home
from Vancouver, having been so
i ai.i nl to remember all the way
that  he   ,vas on  tlie Canadian side.
VALLEY MARKET.
Opens  September  1st���The  Regulations as Concerning Delta
Municipality.
< I'iibapples Feature Market at New
Westminster���-Sell Rapidly at
$1 Per Box���Eggs Up.
The Fraser Valley weekly market
held at New Westminster, Friday
morning, August 14, was featured
by crabapples, of which there was
a good supply from the Delta. The
prevailing    price was    $1 the box.
Some    of the    new supplies    were i 	
green tomatoes, for pickling, which      Tne huntl      8eaMn  ^ on
sold at 5 cents the pound. Rasp-|the De,ta on September 1 for only
berry vinegar was a good seller at the fo**owing blrds: sandpip-r,
25   cents   per  bottle.       Vegetables, I pIover     curlew      bltte h-*6roni
especially green corn and st.-lr-.g craneS( rails. coots, duck and snipe,
beans, sold very rapidly at the usual The olher sboo-jng h-s been shorten-
quotations. i eil - raontb owjng t0 the scarcity of
"lhe price of chickens took a do- Uhe birds, the following is a synap-
cided slump. Spring chickens were ; sjs 0f the game regulations as to the
14  to    17  cents the    pound, hens seasons:
dressed were 12 to 16 cents the Grouse of all kinds from October
pound while ducks were 12 to 1-1,15 to December 15, no more than 12
cents the pound. Eggs in large i birds to a person in a day.
quantities sold at the commanding ! Cock Pheasant and Quail, October
price of 40 cents the dozen retail : If. to November 15, not more than
and  35  cents the dozen   wiiolesa'e j six to be shot by one person ln  a
The folic -ing prfces were quot-jday and not to be shot if the snow
ed: (is on the ground.
WI   lesale Poultry*. |     Duck and Snipe, September  1  to
Poupltry, liv. weight ...  16c to 19c i Jaiiiuuy 31,  1915.
HUNTING EXHIBITION
SEASON NEAR!    IS CANCELLED
GUN CLUB SHOOT.
R
A. & t. Directors Decide Not to
Hold the Provinical Fair
This Year.
Small chick- . per crate 13.00
Chickens, b: ,'lers, per lb. 18c to 20c
Chirks, 2 days old, each 10c to 20c
Ducks, live    eight 12c to 14c
1 i tail Poultry.
Spring chickens, dressed 14c to li".
Hens, dressed, per lb.  ..12c to  i (5c
Sandpiper, Plover, Curlew, Bittern, Heron, Cranes, Rails and
Cools, September 1 to January 1,
1916.
Deer, over one year, September 1
to December 15. No person muy
kill more than three deer of any
one  species,   or   more   than   four   in
Local Gun    Sports    Measure    Skill
With New  Westminster���Tlie
Latter Wins.
"The Ladner Gun Club, consisting
Of Messrs. Oliver, Bown, Murphy,
Jordan and Hutcherson, motored to
the Lulu Island traps last Thursday,
the 18th Instant, for a three-cornered shoot with New Westminster and
Cloverdale. Some excellent shooting
was seen Westminster finally winning with a score of 111.
,i7,.,.,,   .i.     i. -.-I    ,��� i      ,- A- Turnbull, of New Westminster,
Th    ?-.���,-.       Ur\ ?t mUmbia.n>,-,     ����<��� '"Sh man  for the evening, get-
'Ihe   Provincial  Exhibition  of  the '.,���,, ,,."" ���,_,,-,,-   r.n��I�� .,���.i #���;!!.��
Royal   Agricultural     and   Industrial   '!  f ^' ��  wllh   <>?      T   Ah���p    ���
��-_(��*..  ...in   --t  i ���  u i i   .i ���      ���       oiul  place  wltn   2s.      r.  Oliver  was
*-*�� !��__j""__**_! BSSTMT.as-JB'S " ""'
The scores  for the evening were
as follows:
Ladner���-Oliver   23;     Bown     IS;
[Murphy 22;   Jordan  22;   Hutcherson
19.     Total  104.
i Cloverdale���Boothroyd IS; Dr.
Sinclair 20; T. Shannon 16; G. Shan-
'iioi. 20; Matheson 21.    Total 96.
Westminster���Green   23;   McLean
23;   Price   21;   Turnbull   24;   Vv*.   E.
.Maiden  20.   Total  111.
Other scores for the evening, each
'man shooting at 25 birds: W. Turn-
bull 21; O. Murphy 22, T. Oliver
26; Jordan 21: Hutcherson 19;
Itiich 19; Ross IS; Troanor 18; Da-
foe 19j G. Trapp IS; F. Trapp 20.
Squabs, eacl.   1   26c,  all   in any one season.
This
the directors last night when there
was not a dissentient vote on the
proposal to postpone the exhibition
until next year. Twenty-seven members of the directorate took part In
the meeting, and the discussion lasted nearly two hours before the question was put to a vote. Several
members opposed the postponement
during the discussion, and all voiced
! their disappointment and regret
for the necessity of cancelling the
exhibition owing to the very unset-
i tied condition of business due to
the war, and to the fact that the
districts most greatly concerned In
tin exhibition have suffered considerable lo?s in exhibitors and labor
through volunteering for service.
From an exhibition point of view
alone, through curtailed exhibits in
many departments, and to the fln-
.'" 'c-i.. 1 aspect brought about by the
ir, all presented by different mem
SCHOOLS OPEN
ON MONDAY
High School Is in Charge of Mr. E.
Lock���Tiie Teachers for the
Opening.
GHASTLt (.HOSTS!
in     Monday's    moonlight,    wlerd
sounds
campers  a
Several changes have been made
this year in the teachers of tbe
Delta schools which repoen on Monday, August 24.
The Sunbury school has been
closed and a new one, called Scott
road bas been opened in its place.
Mr. E. Lock will have charge of
the high school in Mr. McLeod's
place. Mr. W. H. Houston will take
Mr. Steward's place as principal of
the grade school,  with him  will be
Mr. A. E. Sherman, Miss K. McKenzie and Miss D. Cook.
The Delta school will be in charge
Of Miss G. M. Hensey. Miss G. H.
Patrick will have the Boundary Bay
school. Canoe Pass will be filled by
Miss D. A. Oliver. Miss May Kittson at Inverholme. Miss H.Draper
at Westham Island and Miss K.
Draper at Scott Road school. Miss
M. Archibald will have the Trennant
school. The Annieville school will
hue Miss A. Fenton.
Several pupils win failed to make
Vegetables,
Potatoes, pr- sack  ....
Potatoes, pe. ton	
Carrots, pei  _ack	
Cabbages, l   r sack ....
Turnips, per sack	
Lettuce, per bunch ....
Sweet Corn, per doz    35c
Onions, green, per bunch, 3 for 5c
Asparagus, two bunches for ... 15c
String beans, per lb. . . .2 l-2c to Be
I Parsnips, per sack     75c
5o
After any close season 14 days will
1.25 Ibe allowed for disposal of game held
$20   for private use.
s  of  the directorate, operated  to ! !ng  uncanny  droning  and   murmur
nd   scenes    surprised   the I t^rhlf!j. sr"��?! Wl" !10'./et,,frn thiS
"t  Grauer's Beach.    Hear- ?h��fIvVtfJ?  "m   T"'0   '*' ��    C'aS63
'tlie children  will    try    again
next
bring about the decision not to hold
an exhibition this year, but to bend
all energies to making next year's ex-
75c |     The full game regulations for year j hibition  the greatest in  all' the his
75c: 1914  are  posted  in  the  post  office.
75c | Gun licenses can be obtained there.
5c j
ing, und seeking the origin of .amo,
great was the surprise of the startled campers when tbey beheld a
ghost, more ghosts, a procession of
ghosts;    gho_ts   of   assorted  shapes
year
BASEBALL NOTES.
DELT*. MARKETS.
tory  of  26  successful   fairs.      Plans
to this end will be taken up at once jand sizes
and   worked out to the end  desired '     After making a tour of the beach
and po that no one will lose through ! these spectres of  the  right  silently
the failure to hold the fair this year.
ind in the confusion at seeing the
earn in front of him turned to the
.mie side as Mr. McCallum did, at
the same time, causing the acei-
eent.
The strong electric lights aro
��� iy confusing and blinding to peo-
ple driving, or to machines with
liuitner lights, but this seems to be
verlooked by the drivers of large
(urs, who sometimes do not turn
them down at all, and If they do, it
is probably at the last moment,
when it is probably too late for the
other party to get their bearings.
there   were   more   courtesy   and
Oats Are Quoted    at    S28 a Ton���
Prices for Feed Stuffs Ruled
By  Paget  Sound Prices.
The Grainer loaded on Sunday 80
tons of oats for Vancouver.     Harry
Cu-pmljers   each   5c to lOclT""1- Westham Island, supplied  the
Cauliflower, per head 10c | new oats   the first of the season to
Radishes, two bunches for 5c , bi'_rs1u5)Pe.:;.
Tomatoes, per lb   12 l-2c
Cress, per bunch
orce of habit  was too strong | *���">���* I)er.bunuch g
Celery, per bunch      &c
Peas, per lb.   2 l-2c to 6c
LESS  HAY  TO  HORSES.
li
thnughtfulness on the part of people
using the road fewer accidents
would occur. It is not all the fault
of the motorist, as in several cases
lt his been noticed that the farmers
will keep the road for a mile or so
Green tomatoes, per lb uc
Cabbages, per head 5c to 15c
Turnips, per bunch, 3 for .. .-.-���:. Be
Endive, 3 heads for 10c
Eggs and Butter.
Eggs,   retail    Wc
Eggs,   wholesale    35c
Butter, retail, per lb....35c to 40c
Butter, wholesale, per lb 25c
Pure Cream Cheese, per lb 60c
Cottage Cheese, per lb   10c
Devonshire Cream, per pint . .. 45c
The Grainer loaded oats on Tuesday for Victoria. New oats are quot-
e I at $28 a ton, $3 higher than the
opening last year. Feed oats at
$27 a ton. These prices are based
on the Puget Sound prices. American
oats can be landed on the Vancouver market at $30 a ton. Last year
the Alberta quotations ruled the
local quotations. The shipping conditions in tbe Sound ports are so
very unsatisfactory this year, the
freight ships  being tied  up, owing
Proper Feeding and Plenty of Exercise Suggested as Remedy,
for Heaves.
In many cases if farmers would
feed one-third less hay to idle horses
vanished, leaving th*. disturbed
campers to unravel the mystery.
So scared were the unprotected
"Eves" of Adam-ess Eden that the
camp is  now also  "Eveless."
���On behalf of ihe campers.
THE FERRV ROAD.
The game on Friday last w-.th a
selected bunch from the Wholesale
League of Vancouver, resulted in
another win for the Inviicibles by
a score of 5 to 3. The game was
very much one-sided, more so than
the score indicates, as the last two
runs acquired by tb'e visitors were
a deliberate gift. Hastings hud tho
visiting team at his mercv all the
time, whilst the things ihat our
heavy hitters did to Sparks makes
one blush to relate. Eleven healthy blows were accumulated off
his delivery and if it had not been
Tbe oiling of (he road to Wood-
in   the  winter  months  they  would I ward's ferry landing from the North I for the reluctance or- 01���. athletes t0
come   out   in  the  spring   in   better ! tAm 11thr01*811 i*ichmo,nd  has   mad,n ! exert     themselves     running    bases
condition, and there would be feVer ! travel��nS ,by this route very  much j many  more  runs  miglu  have been
���ream, per p.u- . . .  *��*"-1t0 the lmposs?iblity of obtaining rea-
Honey,   per   lb -400 K-n��hlo   insurance   rates,   that   de��l-
Wholesale Meat.
Pork, per lb 10c to 10%c
Pork (salt) per lb 13c
b, or-  ..��*���-. .       m.   ��r 8��   Pigs small  each $2 to $5  Washington State    prices.       Pi
before  letting  an   automobile  pass. ��8oEp�� lb 22c  Scund wheat Is quoted in Victor!
Ins, of course   promotes hard feel- ^""^ J,utton>  per lb 22c j f?,4 a ton.     The local quotation
bigs and  therefore little considera- -��| ��^ *djuvm   '  $ ,��� 16 l-2c feed  wheat  is  anticipated  at  I
"on ln return- i veal,' large, per lb 12c to 15c ] ��32 a ton.
6onable Insurance rates, that dealers do not anticipate any unusual
increase in prices for oats. Feed
wheat Is also being regulated by the
Puget
ria at
for
about
JAPAN    WILL    BE    EMBROILED.
��� ��� itlidrawnl  of    German    Warships
From Orient Also Requested���
Compliance Unlikely.
TOKIO, Aug.  17.���Tbe    text    of
I e ultimatum which Japan has sent
II Germany via the United States is
-i; follows: ���
"We consider it highly important
uid necessary in the present situation to take measures to remove the
causes of all disturbances of the
Peace in the Far East and to safeguard the general interests as contemplated by the agreemnt of alliance between Japan and Great
Britain.
"in order to secure a firm and
8'iduring peace in Eastern Asia, the
establishment of  which  is  the  aim
Retail Meats. Potatoes are. being quoted at^$18
Beef   best rib roasts. .. .22c to 25c \ to $20 a ton on the farm.
Pork ChopB      l8c |    Hay is not active at present; $11
Mutton     18c to 20c '��� a ton is quoted.
Leg of Mutton    25c      The farmers are feeling the effect
Pork    20c to 25c 0f the war on  the price they now
Beef, pot roast    18c i have to pay for grain sacks.    These
Boef, loin    28c  to  30c [have  gont  up  $8   a  thousand  or  to
Beef',  short  loin    30c , jion a bale.
Beef,  sirloin    27c ]
Boiling beefs  12V_c to 15c
Sugar cured corned pork 15c to 20c
Home-made pork sausage 15c to 20c
Salted figs' Head, lb    8c
Tickled Pigs' shanks, per lb. ... 10c
Sugar cured hogs' heads, lb. ... 8t
Sugar cured corned beef, lb. ... 15c
Picnic Hams, lb   !"����
Pure Lard  15c to 16c
Sugar cured bacon      22c
Sugar cured boneless ham
Spring lamb, fore qr., each
UNANIMITY' DEMONSTRATED.
of the said agreement, the Imperial : sPrinS lamb' hin? qr" eacb
Japanese   government   sincerely   be- | Hsn.
beves it to be its duty to give the   Red Spring salmon, per lb.
advice to the Imperiau German gov-  White Spring salmon, each
25c
.$1.50
.$2.50
12%
50C
Speeches of Sir Robert Borden nnd
Sir Wilfrid Laurier Strike
Same  Note.
OTTAWA, Ont., Aug. 20.���The
speeches of Sir Robert Borden and
Sir Wilfrid Laurier in the House of
Commons yesterday showed tbe absolute unanimity with which Parliament stands behind the government in all preparations for war
already niaoe and behind Britain
in the European struggle just corn-
cases of heaves in the country than
at present. Last year a large number of horses were purchased in
tbe Delta suffering from this ailment, and a correspondingly poor
.price was paid; these horses were*
eventually shipped back to tbe prairie, where they appear to completely recover.
No horse should be allowed to
stand for even a day without exercise, if the health of the animal is
valued by the owner, and it is just
because those two most important
essentials to health, "careful feeding and regular exercise," are not
properly attended to that there is
so much sickess among farm horses,
especially in the winter months.
more comfortable. The application
of oil has also improved the surface
of the road and will do much to prevent the crown deteriorating. The
completion of the planking on Xo.
5 road by Richmond has also facilitated travel. The big auto basses
of the Ferry Auto Stage Company
are now able to make the "rip in
good time.
ZEPPELIXS    WRECKED.
LONDON, Aug. 19.���A Par.s despatch to the Exchange Telegraph
Company says:
- "Senator Paul Doumer, f_.-n.er
French Minister of Finance, who
has returned from the fighti.ig line
No horse requires more "than'ori��tin Belgium, says that three Zeppe-
full feed of hay once in twenty-four ��� dirigibles which were reconnoi-
hours When farm horses are : tering tf*��r the war zone were de-
working every day they are subject ^troyed, and one fell into a forest
to just this condition, because thev  and was wrecked. ^
have not time either at their morn
ing or noon meal to eat too much
hay, but in winter they often stand
all day with hay before them all the
time.
A horse in perfect health should
have the stonr.ch emptied of the
previous    meal  for    two or    three
���'-'   ,
GUNS HEARD ON
������A<m-	
'VET, ISI.AXD,
made. This is probably the last
twilight game this season, but if
suitable arrangements can be made
it is proposed to play some afternoon games.
COL. WAIXWRIGHT DIES.
VANCOUVER, Aug. 17.���Lieut.-
Col. Griffiths Wainewright passed
away yesterday at the residence of
his son, C. B. Wainewright, 1242
Eighth avenue west. Col. Wainewright, a native of London, England, was born on January 15, 1828,
and reached the ripe old age of 86.
TRIPLE    DROWXIXG   ACCIDENT.
EDMONTON, Aug. IT.���A triple
drowning accident took place yesterday morning at Innisfail, when Donald Baker, clerk of the executive
council here, his brother Allen, who
is a farmer near Innisfail, a::_ their
niece, Pnggy Clydesdale, of Calgary,
aged 10, lost their lives.
TO CONTROL FOOD PRICT-S.
MOOSi^AW, Aug. 10.���Following
the lead' ofthe City Council, the
Trade? and Labor Council last night
ernment to carry out the following  Sockeye salmon, each 50c j menced. Mlni���ter.s earnegtness
two propositions: 'Fresh Herring, 3 lbs. for 3601      ihe i ,ime  Mintstu s  eamtstiuss
to withdraw    Immediately , smelt, per lb
12
10c I
I-81 I
10c j
. .8c
, ,8c
,.8c
"First
from Japanese and Chinese waters
German men-of-war nnd armed ves-
.^-ls of all kinds and to disarm at
once those which cannot be withdrawn.
"Second, to deliver on a dale, not
'������er than September 15, to the Im-
' "rial Japanese authorities without
condition of comepnsation the entire
leased territory of Kiau-Chau with a
Vl< w to the eventual restoration of '
the same to China. i Carnations.
"The Imperial    Japanese govern-   Pinks, per doz., .
ment announces    at the same time   Cut Iris, per doz.....
that in the event of it not receiving  Flowering plants, each
W" noon on August    23, 1914,    an   Geraniums, per doz. .
answer  from  the  Imperial  German   Dahlias,  each   . .
government signifying its acceptance   Sweet Peas, per buncn
of the above advice offered by the   Callardias. per doz..
Imperial      Japanese      government,   Sweet Peas, per hunch
Japan will be compelled to take such   Cut Rnses, per doz. .
&'tion as she may deem necessary to   Baby Rambler Rose in bloom   .   -"><
meet the situation." i Cut Stocks, per doz   .	
The isuance of this ultimatum has   Canterbury Bells, per doz.  . ...
Pose hushes, each 86C and
doz.     2
I Sturgeon, per lb	
; Shad, per lb	
Crabs, extra large, 2  for.
Soles, per lb	
I Rod,  per lb	
Halibut, per lb	
Flounders,  per lb   	
Skate, per lb   	
Tommy Cod, lb   	
Flowers,
2   dozen
for ...
LONDON, Aug. 19.���The Amsterdam   corresponden'   sf  the   Mornin*.
Post  says  a  telegram   has  been   received  there  from  Texel   Island   reporting  heavy      gun   fire   Tuesday j telegraphed Sir Robert Borden ask
hours   before  he  is  given   another. Innrnin- in a western direction. Tex^l1!!)? the government to exercise con
It   such   is   not   the   case,   digestion j island is in the North Sea and is thejtrol over the prices of all fo^dstjif^s
will not take place in a perfect man- jsouthwesternmost of the Frisian  Is-1 in view of the    manner    in
ner,  and  disease  will   likely  result,   lands, forming part of the province  p-ic s hav- ris<*-n since the begin
There   is   a   remarkable  sympathy j of North Holland. ol' Ihe European war
between the stomach and the lungs, j ____mm___________________^_^mm__m^���^_^_������
because of the fact that the same 1
nerve trunk supplies nerve force to !
both organs, I
When   the stomach   Is deranged I
from    improper feeding    the lungs j
are liable to become sympathetically   affected,  and   heaves  often  result.
    25c
...:..   15c
 25c
.  10c to 25c
$1 to $2.50
     10c
..5c io 15c
 15(
. 10c to 25c
10c to  25c
25
25
5 Of
    3c
8e to  10c
created a profound impression here
aiihough it had been predicted that   Gladiolus,   per
Japan was making ready to partici- | Fruits
P'tte in the war. Rhubarb, per lb.
1 '*>unt   Okutna,   the   premier,  and   Currants, per lb ... .
T.ikaato Kato, the foreign minister,   Basrb-rries, per bix - ��� . ��� ��� "<- '" ^*"f
"''dressed  meetings    of  merchants,   BP-rkberries, 2 boxes for . ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� -���*���*
'"embers of parliament and others,   p.---ches, per box   v5c to ji.oo
and counselled a calm attitude. They  Rnrlv Apr'���. Ppr box* ���*������_��
declared that Japan had no ambition   piems. per box 6,lc l�� 8_c I
fr territorial aggrandizement. I Loganberries,  per crate   '���  ,'    |
 * ��� , Black Caps. 2 boxes for  . . ���
10c I ��nd   thc  conviction   with   which   he
15c   presented the fact3, showing the jus-
15c ! tice of Britain's side of the case and
25o  the  lengths  to   which  she  went  to
prevent the    war spreading,    were
matched   by   the   stirring   eloquence
of     Sir   Wilfrid     Laurier,   strongly
British, and dwelling upon the fact
that it ic a fight lor all that is best
in tho civilization of today.
The Premier referred to the gift
1 a million bags of flour to tbe people of Great Britain, and announced
i that the Canadian Government had
1 also offered to France a hospital of
\ fifty beds, to be provided, equipped
\ and maintained in Paris or elsewhere.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier stated that
all the measures proposed by the
1 government for dealing with the
present war situation would have
the immediate assent of the Opposition. When danger threatened
the country or the Empire it was
no time for criticism. "Canada."
he said, "should hasten to let Gr.at
Britain know that there was cne
mind and one heart in this country.
snd Canadians would stand firmly
behind   the  Motherland."
TROOPS GET OVATION.
I
French Receive British Forces With
Open Arms���Scots Are Hailed
With Joy.
LONDON, Aug. 19.���"The Daily
Telegraph's correspondent at Boulogne telegraphs the experience of
the British soldiers there:
"The people have given over their '
ordinary occupations to show hospi- !
tality    to the    men of the    British !
army who are on their way to the
front.    A  Scottish  battalion,  which
was first to leave for the battle line, '
was  greeted   everywhere   with   vast
enthusiasm.    All    the    townspeople
have    learned to  use the    English I
words   'Good   luck'  nnd   'Good-bye.'
"As the kilties swung down thr-
hill toward the train the crowd
pressed forward to shake the hands
of each soldier and express delight
at the Scotsmen once m-jre fighting
for France."
SLAT IX PASHA RESIGNS.
/ITLAXTIC RATES RAISED.
VANCOUVER,   Aug.   19.���Intima-
AXTIVARI OPEN.
Crabapples,  per box $100 .tion was received in  Vancouver yes-
v a    '' jterday by the agent3 of several  of
,PARIS,     Aug.   18.���The  Ministry
"' Marine announced yesterday thnt
French fleet under Admiral de la
the
DELTA   I'AIR.
st-amshirs stating that on acount of
the hostilities  now in  progress the
:    , ������������������ n-1t- I***--* pair will be held Sep-lsecond class and steerage fares have
���'.u-re had sunk an Austrian eruis-,      Delta FallI _a,r win �� ^^ ^
"hch  was blockading the Monte- | '^^18^ ^.^J ^ ,���.-���.
LONDON. Aug. 19.���A dispatch to
Reuter's Telegraph Company from
Berlin by way of Amsterdam says:
"Siatin Pasha, British inspector-
general in the Soudan and an honor- '
ary major general in the British
army, has resigned his Soudan post
In consequence of Britain's declara-
leading   trans-Atlantic   lines   of   tion of war against Austria, in whieh
country he was born in 1857, and
where he was created a baron in
1 ?��� f.6. He has returned to Vienna
and will k"ep himself at tbe disposal
of the war minister."
ADVANCE OF THE GERMANS OX   PARIS.
The central and main anuy of tbe Germans is moving southwest
from Luxemburg to cross thr Meuse at Stenay. It demand;, the surrender cf the French fort at Longwy and is said to have suffered a
reverse at Spincourt. State_oe_ - in despatches sh uv tha! Germans
nre entrenching along the Aisno river which is only 120 miles from
Paris, and they are thought to be preparing the way for the main army
crossing the Meuse at Stenay. TBE DELTA TIMES
THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1914,
CORPORATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF DELTA.
Notice is hereby given that I will on Saturday, the 12th day of September, 1914, at the hour of 10
o'clock in the forenoon, at the Coun cil Chambers, Ladner, B.C., sell at P ublic auction the lands situate within
the said xnurdcltallty and horelnaft er described, unless the arrear* of t axes, interest and coats are not
sooner paid.
Name   af   Person   Assessed.
Hcilclen.   Wm	
Marilesich,  J   	
Holllngbead, J.  W	
Pearson,   T.   K	
Lyal,   I)   	
Campbell,   Mrs.   J.   G	
Kelltngiton, E. A	
Carlton, W. and J. R. Brown.
Lassiter   Est..   Geo	
Mot'loskey,   Geo   	
Kennedy,   Robt    	
Kennedy,   Robt   	
Kennedy,    Robt   	
Ttobt   	
Robt   	
Robt    	
Robt   	
Robt   	
Robt   	
Robt   	
Robt   	
Robt   	
Robt   	
Kennedy,
Kennedy.
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Kennedy,   Robt
Kennedy.    Relit    	
Kennedy,   Robt    	
Kennedy,    Robt   	
Kennedy,   Robt    	
Ball,  T.   G.   and  Damaske,  C	
Rassmurssen,  .1   	
Troden,   Jas   	
Thompson,   M.  G	
McKenny.   J	
'Oriental   Contract   Co	
Endersbv.  \V and  Uriah   	
Hatt-ceuk.   II	
Hall, T. S., and Damaske, C	
Hall, Q. S.,  Rothwell, Dr.  Kennedy.
Kennedy.   Robt   	
Kennedy,   Robt   	
Kennedy.   Robt    	
Hall, T. S.,  and Damaske, C	
Smith,    F.    P	
Stout.  H	
Reid,   Susan   	
McLellan,   J.   C,   	
Leesnn,    F.    *AT	
Saskal.   S	
Shlbato,  O	
Kennedy.   Robt
Kennedy,   Robt   	
Kennedy,   Robt   	
Kennedy.   Robt	
Kennedy.   Robt   	
Kennedy,   Roht    	
Kennedy.   Robt    	
Kennedy.   Robt   	
Kennedy.   Robt   	
I.ilund,    Nells    	
Fraser. P. H., and McKenzie. Mrs.
McKenzie,   J	
Kellington,  E.  A	
Kellington, E- A., and Duncan 	
Hewton.  F.   W	
Smith,  H,  E���  Smith,  H.  R	
Jenner,   T	
Stearman.  Mrs.  M	
Parks.   Wm	
St.   Quinten,   Mrs.   B	
Day.   H.   W	
Dav,   R.   W	
Motts,   R,   W	
Motts,   R.   W	
Motts,   R.   W	
Motts,  R.   W	
Cochran, J. E. ..
Adams, Mrs. I, .
McCllnton,  S.  K,
Curtis,  W,   C	
Curtis,  W.   C	
Curtis,  W.   C	
Kellett,   Geo   	
Kellett,   Geo   	
K !'��� tt, Geo ....
Kellett, Geo ....
Kellett, Geo ....
Kelli it. Geo ....
Kellett, Geo ....
Kellett, Geo ....
Kelli tt.   Geo   ....
Ranney,  A.   M	
Lindsay   &   Cameron
Lb flsay   ,<���   1' imeron
Cake,   E.   B	
Porter,   A.   O	
Keanan,  P. J	
Mills,   A	
Filmoure, M	
Kent, F. H. and C, Weare	
K��nt, F. ir. and c, Weare	
Camplae!!,   Elizabeth   	
Sheet, Frank  	
West,   Abraham   	
Denning   Williams   	
Cunningham,  Q	
D��Bon,   A	
DeBon,   A	
Dominion Trust Co	
Kellington, E. A., Hendry, B.
Kellington, E. A., Hendry, B.
Kelllncton.  K.  A..   Hendry,  B.
Description of Property.
Ki lllngton, E. A., Hendry, B..
Kellett.   W	
Jensen,   Arthur   	
Graham, John   	
Fli ��� t,   Geo	
Fisher, W. A.. Fisher. G,   II	
I.���nn,tt.   Arthur   	
Ranney.   A.   M	
Ranney.  A.   M	
Ranney.   A.   M	
Ranney,  A.   M	
r.a-icy.   A.   M	
Ranney,   A.   M	
Ranney.   A.   M	
Ranney,   \.   M	
Ranney.  A.   M	
Ranney,   A.   M	
Ranney,   A.   M	
Pryrton-Jack,  Dr.   C    B.,
Brvilon-.Iack.   Dr.   <".   I!..
���Villlams,    Fred    	
Kerr,  W.  J	
ta-<*g
Pt. lots il* and 56, Q. 2	
Lot 9, sub-dlv. pt lot 54, G. 2	
Part lot L.  Ladner 	
Lot 4, Block A of Lot SO, G. 2	
Lot 87, Block B, lot 30, G. 2	
Lot 1, Block C, lot 30, G. 2	
Lot 7, Block C, lot 30, G. 2	
Pt,   SE>4.  Sec.   10.  Tp. 5	
Pt    NW'4. iSeo.  86,  Tp.  5	
NEU,   Sec.   12.   Tp.  6	
Pt.  Lot 132,  G.  2	
Pt.   Lot  132,   O.   2	
Pt.   Lot  132,   G.   2	
Lots 16 to 17 of Lot 133, O. 2	
Lots 23 to 86 of Lot 133, G. 2	
Lot 1 of Lot 11!). G. 2	
Lot 2 of Lot  119,  G. 3	
Lot 3 of Lot 119,  G. 2	
Lot 4 of Lot 119. G. 2	
Lot  .*��� of Lot  119,  O.  2	
Lit  6 "1'  Lot 119,  G. 2	
Lot 7 of Lot  119. G. 2	
Lot  8  of  Lot   119,   G.   2	
E*H of r*U Lot  119, G. 2	
Lois 4 and .i. of Lot 1S. G. 2	
SU Lot 2 of T.ot IS. G   2	
Lots 9 to 12 of Lot IS, O. 2	
Pt.   Lot   1",   G.   2	
Pt   Lot  16,  G.  2	
Ft.  Lot 3 of Lot 1*, O. 2	
Lot 1,  SW'i.  Sec.  3,  Tp.  4	
Lot  2.   SWi,   Sec.  3,  Tp.  4	
Lot 3. SW'i, Sec, 3, Tp. 4	
Pt. SE'i.  Sec.  12,  Tp. 4	
NE'4 Sec. 12, Tp. 4	
Part  W>_,  See.  11.  Tp.  4	
Part SW'4, Sec. 14, Tp. 4	
NW'4. Sec. 22, Tp. 4	
St:. NW'4, NM.. SW'4, Sec. 23, Tp. 4	
SE'4, 'Sec.  23,  Tp.  4	
NE'4   Sec.   23,   Tp.   4	
Pt.   SW'i,   Sec.   24,   Tp.  4	
Pt. NW'4, See. 24, Tp. 4	
Lot 8.  SE'i. Sec.  24. Tp. 4	
Lots 11 and 12. SE'i, Sec. 24, Tp. 4	
Lot 2.  NE'4. Sec.  24,  Tp. 4	
Lots 5 and 6, NE'i, Sec. 24, Tp. 4	
Lot 2,  WU NE'i,  Sec. 24, Tp.  4	
Lot 9,  WU NE'A Sec. 24, Tp.  4	
Pt.   W',_  Sec.   25,   Tp.   4	
Pt.   SU  SE'.  Sec. 25, Tp. 4	
Pt. NW'4 Sec. 28, Tp. 4	
Pt.  W'i  Sec. 2.', Tp. 4	
Pt.   Lot  440,  G.  2	
Pt.   Lot  440,   G.   2	
Pt.   SW'i  Sec.  2.i,   Tp.  4	
~t.  SF'4  Sec.2*1.  Tp.  4	
SE'j  Sec.  2fi, Tp. 4	
Lot 5 of Lot G of 312 and 331, G. 1	
ot 4, SE'j Sec. <13, Tp   4	
\'U Lot S. SE'.', Sec. 13, Tp. 4	
Lot  13,   SE'I  Sec.  13, Tp. 4	
Lot   16,   SE'i  Sec.  13,  Tp. 4	
i.ot 3, SE'i Sec. 14. Tp. 4	
Lot 0. SE'i  Sec.  14, Tp. 4	
Lots 10 to 12. SE'4 Sec. 14, Tp. 4	
Lot Pi,   SR'i   Sec.  14,   Tp.  4	
t.ot 17, SE'., Sec. 14, Tp. 4	
Pt. Lot 21, SE'i Sec. 14, Tp. 4	
'.ot 1 of Lots 1 to 3, NE'4 See. 86, Tp. 4..
'.ot 2 of Lots 1 to 5, NE'i Sec. 36, Tp. 4..
Lot 9, Sub-Div.  Lots 1 to 3, NE'4 Sec. 36,
Tp.   4   	
Lot 10, Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 5, NE'i Sec. 36,
Tp.   4	
Lot 11. Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 6, NE'i Sec 30,
Tp.   4   	
Lot 12, Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 5, NE'i Sec. 36,
Tp.   4    :	
Lot 15, Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 5, NE'i Sec. 36,
Tp.   4   	
Lot 23, Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 5, NE'i Sec. 36,
Tp.   4   	
Lot IS, Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 5, NE'i Sec. 36,
Tp.  4   	
Lot 17, Sub-Div. Lots 1 ito 5, NE'/i Sec. 36.
Tp.   4   	
Lot 19, Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 5, NEVi Sec. 36,
Tp.   4   	
Lot 20, Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 5, NE'4 Sec. 36,
Tp.   4   	
Lot 21, Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 5, NE'i Sec. 36,
Tp.   4   	
Lot 22. Stih-Dlv. Lots 1 to 5, NE'4 Sec. 36,
Tp.   4   	
Lot 24, Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 5, NE'4 Sec. 36,
Tp.   4   	
U>! 25, Sub-Div, Lots 1 to 3, NE'i Sec. 36,
Tp.   4   	
Lot 26, Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 5, NE'4 Sec. 36,
Tp.   1   	
Lot 27, Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 3, NE'4 Sec. 36,
Tp.   4	
Lo1 28, Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 5, NE'i Sec. 30,
Tp.   4   	
Lot 23. Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 3, NE'4 Sec. 36,
Tp,   I   	
'.      : , Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 5, NE��4 Sec. 36,
Tp,   4   	
I.-I   B,   NK',,  S ic,  mi.   Tp.  4	
Lot  21.  XT-P,; Sec.  36,  Tp. 4	
Lol   25,   .\K',  Si ������.  ���������<:,  Tp. 4	
I. .t 26.  NEH Sec. g��, Tp. 4	
Lot  3,   Sub-Dlv.   Sees.  25 and 36,  Pt.   Lot
140,    G.   -'	
Lot 4. Sub-Dlv. Sees, 23 and 86,  Pt.  Lot
440.   G.   2	
Pt.   Pot   5,   *ut>-Dic   Sus.  25  and   36,   Pt.
I..-    M0,   G,   2	
Lot  12. Sub-Dlv.  Sees,  23 nnd  36,  Pt.  Lot
'i .   G.   2	
ot   1:1.  Sub-Dlv.  Sees.  25 an.l 36,  Pt.  Lot
440,   G.   2	
Lot  pi.  SUb-Div. Sees. 25 and 36,  Pt.   Lot
140,   <;.   2	
Lot 26.  Sub-Div.  Sees. 25 and .".6,  Pt.  Lot
tl",    G.    2	
Lot tl, Suh-Dlv.  Sees. 25 and 30,  Pt.  T.ot
Tin,    G.   2	
Lot   42   Sub-DlV;  Sees.  25 and   ','i.   Pt.   Lot
440,   G.   2	
Lot   44,  Sub-Div.   Sees 25  and 36,   Pt. .Lot
140,   G.   2	
Lot  4S,  Sub-Div. Sees, 25 and 36,  Pt.   Lot
M0,   G.   2 :
���i-  54,  Sub-Dlv.  S.'Cs. 25 and 36,   Pt.   Lot
440,   G.   2	
T.o'  55,  Sub-Dlv.  Sees. 25 and 36,   Pt.  Lot
440.   G.   2	
l.o-  58,  Sub-Dlv,  Sees, 25 and 36.  Pt.   Lot
tio.   p..   2	
[.ot  63,  Sub-Dlv.  Sic,--. 25 and  36,   Pc.   Lot
440,   G.   2	
Lot   'il,   Snb-Tiiv.   Sees.  25 ami  86,   I".   Lol
ii,.   r:    2	
'. H   66   Sub-Dlv,   Si   -,  25 an I 36, I .'. Lot
ll ,      Q.    2	
Lot 67, Sub-Dlv, Beet. 25 and 86,  I*-.   Lioi
!l".    G.   2	
Lot   -1, Sub-Div.  Sees. 25 rind 36,  It.  Lot
1!',     >,.     2	
Lot s.i. Suh-Dlv. S.-, s. 25 and 36,  Pt.  Lot
440,   G.   2	
I. ,. sn   Suh-Dlv, Si cs. 25   in 1 36,  Pt.  Lot
if.   G.   2	
'   -    '   Sub-Dlv, Se is. 25 and 'i-i.  Pi.  T.ot
140,   G.   2	
Lot  102. Sub-Dlv. Sees. 25 and 36,  Pt.  Lot
440,   G.   2	
'   il    ���". Sub-DIi. Si es, 36 and 36,  Pt. Lol
�����~   ***
Lot   15.   Sub-Div.   Pt,   Lots   119   tO   121,   Pt.
Lot   HO,   ('..   2	
Lot id   Snl -tc-,-    pt, Lois HI to 121, S<   s
V.   B    I   16,   PI    Lol   MO,  G. 2 .'
1    ���    "   - ib-Dlv.  Pt.  Lota 119 t i 121   --tecs.
25  and  36  	
Lot   :���   Sub-Div.  Pt.  Lota 119 to 121, Sees.
2",   nnd  36	
'    t 1"   Sub-Dlv.  Pt.  Lot i it'  to 121    Si
i  "'
���   d 20. Sti  -Di-,    Pt.  I.  *- li" to 121, Sees.
'    '���:   	
'  it \ So: -I''".  I  it  122, Sees   "5 and '������'���
Lot  10,  so'o-liv  I, ,i   ��� a   ���-:        .'*     ���  i   16
'   it  '-. Sub-Dlv.  Lot  122	
' '.   B   b-Div,   I   il   122	
,  Sub-Dlv.  L it 122	
������   '���'"    Bwh-Dlv.   Lot   122	
Sub-Div.  Lot 122	
���-    I   '���   i of 1   i|    134 and 135. G.	
Pt    Lot   102    G.   2 ...
$70.77
7.70
34.60
3.(6
16.20
6.74
2.56
416.50
412.62
772.75
044.85
130.34
131.28
W.37
176.30
70.80
70.78
69.16
70.78
72.78
73.80
80.62
76.33
274.87
78.50
20.82
109.55
69.30
123.98
5.66
58.75
57.75
14.17
410.48
341.12
109.73
122.33
118.96
210.74
34S.2S
135.25
33. SO
17.53
41.35
27.55
105.30
21 72
2_.T9
87.31
57.06
57.76
57.76
92.85
13.42
134.21
17.54
117.32
28.45
43.97
26.00
22.96
22.96
14.45
23.08
48.08
8.32
27.34
5.20
2.86
2.86
2.86
2.86
2.86
2.86
2.86
2.86
2.86
2.86
-.86
2.86
2.86
2.86
2.86
2.86
2.86
2.80
2.86
56.49
28.92
39. vt
39.84
20.66
41.53
3.92
43.83
21.83
24.OS
42.60
19.S1
40.27
43.83
23.26
43.08
43.0S
45.OS
20.96
2H.96
20.66
20.6.5
43.02
34.63
27.08
83.20
11.11
42.26
2.86
2.86
2.S6
2.83
2. SO
2.86
2. SO
2.S6
2.so
2.88
���> gti
41.05
11.05
812.46
[42 54
22.63
40.63
34.22
8.52
6.56
11.87
10.84
5.64
5.53
5.45
5.53
5.63
6.69
6.03
5.82
15.71
6.93
3.04
7.48
5.47
8.19
2.28
4.93
4.93
2.70
22.52
19.05
7.47
8.12
7.94
12.53
19.41
S.76
3.69
2.87
4.06
3.36
7.26
3.08
3.08
6.36
4.85
4.S8
4.S8
6.64
2.67
8.71
2.S7
7.86
3.42
4.19
3.30
3.14
3.14
2.72
3.15
4.40
2.41
3.30
2.20
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
4.'2
3.44
3.99
3.99
3.03
4.07
2.29
4.19
3.09
3.23
4.13
2.99
4.01
4.19
3.16
4.23
4.23
4.25
J.04
3.01
3.03
3.03
4.15
3.73
3.33
3.66
4,08
4.11
2.11
2.11
2.11
2.11
2.14
2.11
2.11'
2.14
2.11
2.14
2.14
4.05
1.05
17.62
9 12
DEAD WITH HEAD IN WATER.
Dated Bt Ladner, B.C., this lOfh   day of  August,  1914.
$76.30
10.0S
38.33
6.14
19.01
9.07
4.(
439.32
435.25
813.38
678.57
138.86
139.84
209.24
187.14
76.34
76.31
74.61
76.31
78.41
79.49
86.66
82.15
290.68
84.43
23.86
117.03
74.77
132.17
7.94
63.68
63.68
16.87
433.00
360.17
117.20
130.65
126.90
223.27
367.69
144.01
37.49
2u.40
45.41
30.91
112.56
24.S0
24.80
93.67
61.91
62.64
62.64
99.49
16.09
142.92
20.41
125.IS
31.S7
4S.16
29.30
26.10
26.10
17.11
52.4S
52.48
10.73
30.70
7.46
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
3.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
61.31
32.36
43.83
43.S3
23.69
45.60
8.21
4S.02
24.92
27.91
46.73
22. SO
44.28
48.02
26.42
49.33
49.33
49.33
24/10
24,00
23.6S
23.68
47.17
88.36
30.43
86.86
15.16
46.37
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.0O
5.0O
5.00
5.0.1
s.nn
5.00
s.no
45.10
45.1.1
330.07
151 <y.
CLOVERDALE, Aug. 14.���A man
named Swanson was found dead at
Hazelmere yesterday. He had his
head in about a foot of water in a
creek, his feet being up on the
gravel. Coroner Sinclair has ordered an autopsy which will probably,
be performed today.
Swanson was clearing land for C.
C. Dunn and had only been at work
here for a few days. Little is
known of him except tbat he came
from Chicago to Vancouver and then
to Hazelmere.
LOSSES LIFE IS BURNING SHACK
An unknown Chinaman was burned
to death in his snack which also
burned, on the Scott road, near
South Westminster, on Saturday.
The shack was burned to the ground
while all that was left of the body
of the Oriental was his arms and
shoulders and some of the bones of
his legs. Just how the fire started
is not known. The shack is on a
clearing and Is a great distance from
any of the forest fires that are burning.
Yesterday afternoon the remains
were brought to Murchie's parlors
where an inquest will be held tomor-
rom afternoon at 2 o'clock with Coroner Sinclair of the Surrey municipality in charge. Police Constable
Matheson of Surrey i_ conducting the
Investigation.
The Royal Bank ol Canada
Incorporated 1860.
Capital Authorised    *B8,000,oo��
Ctpltel P*ld Up ,     $U,M0,000
Reserve Funds      918,500,000
Aggregate Assets, On* Hundred and Seventy-Five Million
Dollar*.
It ii the aim ot the management ef this Bank to make tvtrj 4*
positor welcome, and to rive the best possible attention to his financial
affairs.  ���
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
Accounts may be opened with d eposlts of One Dollar and Upwards.
Interest paid or credited at the highest current rates, on Mar Slat ud
Noramber SOth each rear.
JAMES GRISDALE, Manager. LADNER, B.C.
CORRESPONDENTS BARRED.
LONDON, Aug. 18.���"The Daily
Mail's" Copenhagen correspondent
says the German general staff has
refused to allow newspaper correspondents with the army. Only the
general staff will be permitted to
give out news of the operations. Two
German aeroplanes with their crews
have been lost, according to Berlin
despatches. Three military chauffeurs and one pfiicer have been shot
by sdjitries at Munich because they
failed  to stop when challenged.
E. L. BERRY     &=__��
Grocer and Baker
Buy IMPERIAL HOUR, made at Eburne Mill
SPECIAL WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR
LADNER, B. C.
BREAD DELIVERED TO  ORESCENT ISLAND,  TUESDAY AND
FRIDAY.
LUMBER!
DEATH   SENTENCE   CHANGED.
Frank Van Horst, sentenced to
hang in the Provincial jail yard on
Wednesday morning, has had his
sentence commuted to life imprisonment according to the terms of a
telegram received by Sheriff Armstrong late Saturday afternoon, from
the  Minister of Justice  at  Ottawa.
Van Horst was some months ago,
convicted of the murder of a Japanese fisherman In the Gulf of
Georgia, and ever since his conviction, strenuous efforts have been
made by his counsel to have a new
trial ordered on the ground that the
only evidence against Van Horst,
was that given by a man nemed Lester, in his dying depositions.
Van Horst is not a bit pleased at
the prospects of spending the balance of his life behind the bars and
is said to have declared that he
would prefer hanging, to life imprisonment.
EBURNE SAW MILLS, LIMITED
Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of
FIR, CEDAR AND SPRUCE LUMBER
Shinties, Lath, Sash, Doors, T urnlngs and House Finishings.
Phone R14 Eburne.
Prompt Delivery hr Rail or Scow.
RECOGNIZES JEWS.
LONDON, Aug. 18.���The Paris
correspondent of the Exchange Telegraph Co. learns that the Russian
emperor will sign a proclamation at
an early date giving the Jews in his
dominions equal civil and political
rights  with  his other subjects.
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DELTA   HOTEL   I
J. JOHNSTON, Proprietor
Ladm
Dining Room Open All Day Sunday.   Private Dining   j
Room for Tourists.    Good Garage
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DESERTERS PARDONED.
OTTAWA, Aug. IS.���A despatch
has been received from the war
effice announcing that His Majesty
the King has been graciously pleased to approve pardons being granted to soldiers who were in a state
of desertion from the regular forces
on August 5, 1914, and who surrender themselves in the United
Kingdom on or before Sept. 4, 1914,
or at any station abroad where there
are regular forces on or before October 4, 1914.
Fresh and Cured Meats
DELTA MEAT MARKET
A. N. YORK, Proprietor. PHONE 21
No. 1 Shamrock Bacon and Hams.
No. 1 Circle Bacon and llama.
No.  1 Southern Cross Butter,
("ince November Last We Have  Handled  Nothing But  No.   1   Stall
Fed Steer Beef.
YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED.
TVNEHEAR FLOWER SHOW.
N. A. McDIARMID. Collector.
Advertise in the Delta Times
The Tynehead Women's Institute
held their second annual Flower
Show on Wednesday, July 29, in tho
Public hall. In opening the show-
Mr. F, J. MacKenzie, M.P.P., gave
an address which was very interesting to all present.
The hall was very prettily decorated for the occasion with red, white
and blue bunting, and the staging
of the flowers, which was under the
supervision of Miss Atchison, and
Miss Paris, presented a very pleasing effect. in an adjoining grove
a picnic was held for the children
and justice was done to the ice
cream and other refreshments served. In the evening the young people Indulged In dancing and a very
enjoyable time was spent.
The prize winners were as follows:
Class I.���Cut Flowers.
Dahlias���1, Mrs. R. S. Inglis; 2,
Mrs. Ricl-ardson.
Asters���1. Mrs. Geo. Wakelln.
Pans! s���1, Mrs. Geo. Wakelln; 2,
Mrs. R. S. Inglls;  3, Miss Paris.
Nasturtiums���1, Mrs. G. W. Atchison; 2, Mrs. R. S. Inglis; S, Mrs.
Richardson.
Phlox���1, Mrs. Wakelin.
Roses���1, Mrs. R. S. Inglis; 2,
Mrs.  Rothwell.
Sweet Peas���1, Mrs.    Wakelln;  2,
Mrs.  I iglis;   3   Mlsi Paris.
Class  H���Pol  Plants.
Fiif-hias���7.     Miss     Cameron;     2,
.Mrs.  Richardson;   3, Mrs.  Atchison.
1     Geraniums���1,   Mrs.   Richardson;
2, Mrs. Atchison; il, -Mrs. Bothwell.
TU-gonlas���1, Miss Cameron.
Ferns���1, Mrs. Richardson; 2,
Miss Cameron; 3, Mrs. Atchison.
Any Variety���1, Miss Cameron.
ll:in-ing   Basket���1,   Mrs.   Atchison.
Class HT���Children's  Competition
Cut Flowers���1, Irene Richardson: 2, Harry Atchison; 3, Russell
Paris.
Wild Flowers���1, Irene Richardson.
Ferns���1. Mary McCnsklll; 2, H.
Atchison:   3,  Irene Richardson.
Vegetables���1, H. Atchison; 2, J.
Stevenson.
FALL MILLINERY OPENING
SATURDAY, AUGUST 20th.
Imported Hats from leading wholesale houses. Latest    styles    in
many varieties.
MISS LA CHANGE
Milliner and Dressmaker
SACKS
BRACKMAN-KER MILLING CO.
Victoria, Vancouver, New Westminster
and H. N. RICH, Agent, Ladner, B. C.
Uhe 7)eita U
imes
$1.00 A YEAR Pa"bAec
u. s. a. .   .  $1.50
in
Advance
REIGNA  CONTRIBUTES $2500.
R KG IN A, Aug. 18.���Regina women have raised ?2500 towards the
Canadian   hdspltal   ship   fund.
BLACK DIAMONDS WELCOME.
LONDON, Aug. 15.���The South
I African government forwards from
Capetown a resolution that "in view
of South Africa's small naval contribution to the Mother Country, the
Union Government shall be asked to
contribute a free coal supply to British warships In South African ports
during the crisis."
PARLIAMENT CONVENES.
OTTAWA, Aug. 18.���Parliament
convened today, the speech from tin-
throne being de-voted entirely to the
war. Parliament is expected to appropriate from fifty to seventy millions in aid of the Empire.
ACTOR JOINS POLICE.
LONDON, Aug. 18.���Cyril Maud*
the famous actor who recently
visited Canada, Is among the 1 ''���
000 special constables enrolled here.
Several Anglo-Canadians also have
joined. h3mE
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1914.
THE DELTA TIMES
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I    MUNIdPAHTr OP DELTA.
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By-law No.
A By:L,SJ.,i0 ^^V01" ***__*" *or ">����� Works Constructed Under the "Delti. Dyke    and    Drain B.-Iaw
jE 1914. tWf*��������������)  to Carry Out Such Repairs.   Provisionally Adopted   the   11th   Day of
Whereas the Municipal Council of
tlic Conporatlon of the District of
Delta on the fifth day of October,
1895, duly passed the "Delta Dyke
and Drain by-law, 1895," to .provide
lor the dyking and draining of a portion of the Municipality of Delta and
to borrow the sum of $41,320.51 for
completing the same.
And wh\reas by Section 124 of
the "Municipal Aot" it is the duty
of the Municipality making such
work to preserve, maintain and keep
in repair the same at the expense of
the landg and roads benefitted.
And whereas It is provided by Section 127 of the "Municipal Act" that
where the repairs required to be
made are so expensive that the Municipal Council does not deem it expedient to levy the coat thereof In
(ne year, the Council may pass a
bylaw to borrow upon the debentures of the municipality the funds
i.uesnry for the work and to assess
and levy upon the property benefitted a special rate sufficient for the
payment of the principal and Interest of the debentures.
And whereas the Council procured
an examination to be made by
Messrs. Rurnett & McGugan, Surveyors, being persons competent for
that purpose of the said dyking and
drainage works, and estimates of
the repairs to be made and an asses-
ment to be made by them of the re/a I
property to be benefittd by the said
repairs stating as nearly as they can
the proportion of benefit which In
their opinion will be derived in con-
sea uence of such repairs by every
section or portion of section, the
said assessment so made being the
assesment hereinafter by this Ry-law
enacted to beassesed and levied
upon the section hereinafter in that
behalf specially set forth described
and the report of the said Rurnett &
McGugan in respect thereof being as
follows:
New Westminster, B 0��� Aug. 4, 1914
To His    Worship    the    Reeve, and
Councillors of Delta.
Gentlemen: We have tihe honor to
submit plans, profiles and cross sections of a scheme for the protection
of the 1895 dyke along the portions
exposed to the Gulf of Georgia, said
portions belnsg moTe particularly described  as follows:
Commencing at a point on the
1815 dyke, said point being N. 87
degrees 10 minutes W (ast) a distance of 16S9.5 feet from the Intersection of the centre line of the
southerly end of the G. B. Road,
with the -.aid 1895 dyke; thence following In  a northerly and westerly
direction along the dyke aforesaid,
a distance of 8100 feet, to a point
where the dyke is protected from the
Gulf of Georgia or intervening land.
We have followed your instructions in making the necessary examinations and surveys, and have found
that the dyke will be fully protected
in the following manner, which we
would recommend to your attention:
That the elevation be brought to
a grade by filling into a level of 5
it.ches below the tops of the grade
stakes upon the ground and as
shown on profile.
That in all cases a minimum width
of 12 feet be secured on the crown
of the dyke.
That the re-entrant angle on the
Gulf side of the dyke be filled with
earth as shown on the cross section
attached.
That all earth for filling in crown
and face of dyke be taken from Inside of the dyke.
That no earth whatever be taken
from the Gulf side of the dyke.
That a facing of rubble to a dtpth
of 14 inches be placed upon the earth
and beach, as shown in cross section.
That a facing of rip-rap be placed
upon the rubble on the Gulf face of
the dyke, with a slope of 1 to 4, the
average depth of the rock to be 12
to 14 Inches, as shown on the cross
section.
We include also an estimate of the
cost of this scheme, and also a revised Assessment Sheet. In defining the lands to be included in this
assesment, we have followed faithfully all those portions included in
the original assessment sheet of
1895 and any further specifications
await your command.
We have the honor to be,
Yours very faithfully,
BURNETT & McGUGAN,
Per D. J. McGugan.
5200 yards of earth at    25c per
yard    $1.300.00
Estimated cost of extra right-of-
way (5 feet wide)          400.00
Depreciation in    rails,   spikes and
ties (25 per cent) .... 686.70
Laying ties and rails along 12,300
feet  (4c a foot)          492.00
11,700 yards    oif    rock at    $1.00
per yard   11,700.00
9  men    for 195    days    at $2.24
per  day       4,826.25
2 horses for 195 days at $2.00 per
day          780.00
Engineering      and     contingencies
    1.040.68
$21,225.63
And whereas it ls necesary to expend the sum of Twenty-one Thousand Two Hundred and Twenty-five
Dollars and sixty-three cents ($21,-
225.63) to preserve, maintain and
repair the said work and the Council does not deem it expedient to levy
the said cost ln one year and it Is
expedient to borrow the said sum
for the purpose aforesaid
The Municipal Council of the Corporation of the District of Delta
therefore enacts as follows:
1. That the sum of Twenty-one
Thousand Two Hundred and Twe'n-
ty-flve Dollars and Sixty-three cents
($21,225.63) be borrowed on the
credit of the Corporation of the District of Delta, being the funds necessary for the preservation, maintenance and repair of t'he works constructed under the "Delta Dkye and
Drain By-law, 1895," and that debentures of the corporation to the
amount of twenty-one thousand two
hundred and twenty-five dollars and
sixty-three cents ($21,225.63) be Issued in sums of not less than one
hundred dollars ($100.00) each and
payable twenty (20) years from the
date thereof with interest at the
rate of five per centum (5 per cent)
per annum, such debentures to be
payable at the Bank of Montreal,
New Westminster, British Columbia,
and to have attached to them coupons for the payment of interest.
2. That for the purpose of paying
the said sum of twenty-one thousand
two hundred and twenty-five dollars
and sixty-three cents ($$1,225.63),
being the amount charged against
the said lands so to be benefitted as
aforesaid and to cover interest
thereon for twenty years at the rate
of five per centum (5 per cent) per
annum the following special rate
over and above all other rates shall
be assessed and levied, ln the same
manner and at the same time as
taxes are levied, upon the undermentioned sections and parts of
sections and the amount of said special rate and interests assessed as
aforesaid against each section or part
section respectively shall be divided
into twenty equal parts and one such
part be assessed and levied as aforesaid in each year for twenty (20)
years after the final passing of this
By-law during which the said debentures have run.
1014 ASSESSMENT.
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48.84
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53.73
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390.75
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24.42
61.05
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Kirkland,   Letltia, i>t al   Qp. 2   Lot 178, part 	
Victor^ Terminal Rly. Co Gp. 2   Lot 178, part 	
Grauer. J Tp. 5   Sec. 14, NWVi, part
Pavle, A Tp. 5   Sec. 23,  SWVi  	
Pavle,  A Gp. 2   Lot   176
Esplen   &   McCallum    Tp. 3  See.  30,
Esplen   &   McCallum    Tp. 3  flee.   30,
Parmlter,   A.   J Gp. 2   Lot 175
Arthur,   Mrs.   P Gp. 2   Lot   111   	
Armstrong,   Annie    Gp. 2   Lot 179 	
Arthur,  H.   J     Gp. 2   Lot  112,   EV...
Arthur,   F,   J   Gp. 2   Lot   112,   W'4.
Arthur,  C.   H tip, 2   Lot 172, Part
Arthur,  Mrs.  P Gp. 2   Lot 172, Part .
Jordan,  Jas Tp. 5
Morley.  Sam    Tp. 5
VVM-lght, S and W Ti*. 6
Wright, S and W Tp. 5
Rau,..is. Mark       Tp  5
Sec.
Smith,   Robt.
McNeely, Mrs.  A Tp,
Perram, J. and F  Tp. 5   Sec
McNeely,  Mrs.  A Tp. 5   Sec
McNeely. Mrs. A	
Brodie.  Sydney   	
Lougheed,   w	
Leary,   A.   R
Sec. 22, SEVi, Part	
Sec.   22,  SW'/��, Part	
See.  22,  SEVi,   Part	
Sec.   22,   SWVi,   Part	
Sec.  15,  N1WV4,  Part	
 Tp. 5   Sec. 15, NEVi, Part
15,  SWVi  	
15, NEV4. Part  	
15,  SE'/t,   NV_	
Tp. 5   Sec.   15,   SEVi,   Lot  4	
,...fjp. 2   Lot   138,   Part	
....Op. 2   Lots 181, 182 and part of Lot 138,  Lot 1
....Ip. 2   Lots 181, 182 and  part of Lot 138,  Lot 2
Smlt'h,  Bros Qp, 2   Lots 181, 182 and part of Lot 138, LM 3
Smith, et. et., C.  M Gp. 2   Lots 181, 182 and  part of Lot 13S,  Lot 4
Lots 181, 182 and part of I,ot 138, Lot 5, pt
Smlt'h,  Bros Op. 2
Lots 181, 182 and part of Lot 138, Lot 5, pt
Smith,   Asahel    Gp. 2   Lots 181, 182 and part: 186, Lot'6
O'Brien, J.  and  ("has Op. 2
Smlt'h,  Bros Op. 2
Smlt'h,   Bros Gp. 2
Smith,   Bros Op. 2
Vict.. Van. & E. Rly Gp. 2
Smlt'h,  Bros Op. 8
Smil'h,   Bros Gp. 2
Ladner,  E.  B Gp. 2
Vict.   Term.   Rlv   Co (ip. 2
McKee,   P.   A Gp. 2
.Op
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Co Tn
Montgomery,   H Tp
MoOallum, N. C.
Vict.   Term.   Rlv.
Paterson,   T.   W
McKee, John
Lassiter, Geo. ...
Frederick, W. J.
Vict.   Term.   Rlv.
,ots 181, 1S2 and part  138,  Lot 6A	
Lots 181, 182 and part 13S, Lot 7	
Lots 181, 182 and part 138, Lot S	
Lois 181, 182 and part 138, part Lats 9, 10
Lots 181, 182 and part 138. part Lots 9, 10
Lots 181,  182 and  part   138.   Lnt  11	
I.ois 181, 182 and part 138,  Lot 13	
Lots 181, 183 and part 138. Lots 13 to 20..
Lot   182.   part   	
Lot   13S.   part   	
1 ot  1-8,   mrt
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Sec. 35. SR-i, part 	
Sec. 35, SEVi, part 	
See. 35,  NE'i. part	
To. 5 Sec. 35. NKV4, part.
Tp. 5 Sec. 35. NE'4. part.
Tp. 3   Sec.   31,
part
part   .
part.
pa rt.
Vict. Term.   Rly.  Co Tp. 3 Sec. 31
Cullls.  F Gp. 2 Lot 137
Sutherly.  J.   R Gn. 2 Lot 137
Armstrong,   Mrs.   A Gp. 2 Lot 180, part
Burns, P Up. 2 Lot ISO. part
Vict. Term.  Rly.  Co Op. 2 I-*",' 1��0. part
Burr,  J.   B Gp. 2 Lot 140 	
Burr,   J.   B Gp. 2 Lot 142. part
Harris.   Bros Op   2 Lot 142, part
Chiddell,  E Op. 2 T.ot 105. part
Holmes, Wm Op. 2 Lot 105 	
Pybus, Wm Tp. 6 Sec. 1. NWVi
Pvhus,  W.   C Gp. 2 Lot 174. pa**t
Plch,  H.  N Gp. 2 Lot 174. part
.Gp. 2   Lot  173,   part
Pybus,   Wm.
Pybus,  W.  C Gp. 2   Lot 173,  part
Brown, E. S Gp. 2   lrf>t   110   	
Brown. E. S Gp. 2   Lot 18S,  part
Pavle,   A Gp. 2   I-ot  188,   part
Ellis,   W.   R Up. 2   Lot  188,  part
Hornby, Wm Gp. 2   Lot  188,  part
Hornby, Wm Gp. 2   Lot  188, part
Monkman, J.  J Up. 2   Lot  188,  part
Pybus,   Wm Gp. 2   Lot  18S,  part
Siddall. W.  H...< Gp. 2   Lot 188,  part
Guichon,   Est.   L Gp. 2   Lot   117   	
Gulchop,   Est.   L Gp. 2   Lot  109   	
Guichon,   Est.   L.
Powding,  Chas Gp
Mason, Wm Gp. 2
Read,  Est.,  A Gp. 2
Pavls,  C,   H	
Mason,   Mrs.   W
Mason, A. H Gp. 2
Black,   P Gp. 2   Lot   184
Nelson, Jas Gp. 2   Lot   184,
Read,  Est.,   A Op. 2   Lot   184,
Gp   8   Lot  108 	
- Lot 107, part
Lot 107, part
Lot 107, part
Gp. 2   Lot  183, part
On   2   Lot  183, part
- Lot   185
McRae,   Jas.
.Gp. 2   Lri*4  -sfi
part
part,
part,
part
Swan.  Geo Op. 2   I-ot 186. part  	
Martinolich   A Gd  2   lj0ts "" fin(1 '"'������ al"d Part of Lots 08 and
 '  59,   Lot   1	
Cosullch   A Gd  2   Lots 60 and 61. and part of Lots 58 and
"""""""""'**  59. Lot 2	
McCubbin   F Go   2   Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 58 and
'      ������������������������������������   ������    k 59,  Lot 3	
Savage,   H Op. 2   Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 58 and
59,  Lots 4 and 5	
Cape & Thomas  Gp. 2   Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 58 and
59, Lot 6	
Tavlor  L  P ... Go  2   Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 58 and
59. Lot 7	
Savage    H . , On  2   Lots 60 and 61. and part of Lots 58 and
"������"���*              ���  '      ' 59, Lot 8
Savage,   H Op: 2
Savage,   H Gp. 2
Savage,   H Gp. 2
Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 58 and
59, Lot 9	
Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 58 and
59. Lot 10	
Lots 60 and 61. and part of Lots 58 and
59. Lot 11 	
Norris   Geo        Gp. 2   Lots 60 and 61. and part of Lots 58 and
59, ,Lot 12 	
Swenson   Paul   Gp. 2   Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 58 and
59, Lot 13	
Swenson   Paul  Gp. 2   Lots 60 ,-%-d 61, and part of Lots 58 and
59, Lot 14 	
Swenson, Paul  Gp. 2   Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 58 and
v 59, Lot 15	
Wilson   H Gp. 2   Lots 60 and 61. and part of Lots 58 and
59, Lot 16 	
Cape & Thomas  Gp. 2   Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 58 and
59, Lot 17 	
Savage    H,       Gp. 2   Lots 60 and 61. and part of Lots 58 and
59, Lot 18 	
H Gp. 2   Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 58 and
59, Lot 19 	
H Gp. 2   Lots 60 and 61. and Bart of Lots 58 and
59. Lot 20
It Gp. 2
Savage,
Savage,
Savage,
Savage,   H.
Savage,   H.
Savage,   H.
Bussanlch,  M Op.
Bussanich,  M Gp,
Anderson,  R GP- ?
Anderson,   R..
Anderson,  R	
Anderson,   R Gp. i
Jenson, N.  A Gp. 2
Jenson, N. A.
Kettles, Chas
Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 58 and
59,  Lot 21  	
Gp. 2   Lots 60 and 61. and part of Lots 58 and
59. Lot 22 	
Gp. 2   Lots 60 and 61. and part of Lots 58 and
59,   Lot 23  	
Gp. 2   Lots 60 and 61. and part of Lots 58 and
59,   Lot  24   	
Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 58 and
59,  Lot 25  	
Lots 60 and 61. and part of Lots 58 and
59.   Lot   26	
Lots 58 and 59.  Lot 1,  part	
Gp. 2   Lots  58  and  59,   t,ot  2.....	
Gp. 2   Lots 58 and 59. Lot 3	
Lots 58 and 59, l_ot 4	
Lots 58 and 59, Lot 5  	
.Gp. 2   i,ots 58 and 59. Lot 6	
Gp. 2   Ixits 58 and 59, Lot 7	
19.34
.66
80.0
160.0
M..11
180.0
160.0
160.0
150.0
156.0
82.5
82.5
100.0
65.0
46.0
114.0
114.0
46.0
160.0
87.37
160.0
72.63
80.00
20.00
72.00
7.56
7.56
20.16
13.96
20.16
7.03
7.03
16.47
11.48
23.01
4.86
16.12
11.24
96.64
4.86
24.0
24.0
86.5
156.0
80.0
80.0
4.20
636.0
6.84
72.5
91.5
16.0
153.0
6.75
153.0
113.0
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2.0
160.00
85.0
80.0
146.0
16.0
170.0
5.5
121.0
97.0
10.0
10.0
45.5
10.0
20.00
128.0
160.0
160.0
60.0
40.0
60.0'
1*6.0
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80.0
80.0
80.0
114.5
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24.92
35,5
4.93
4.93
4.93
4.93
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3.08
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5.24
5.41
5.41
2.5
Berney, Jas	
Berney, Jas	
Carter, H	
Cosullch, A	
Bussanlch, M	
Bussanlch, M	
Sellch,   M	
Trim,  Harry  	
Trim,  Harry  	
Pavls, C.  H	
Kettles, Chas	
Trim",   Ed	
MoCailum. Jas	
Kerr,   J.   E	
MoCailum, J., ami Handford.
Waddell, A	
Black,  P	
Lewis,   H	
Richardson, J	
Richardson, J	
Waddell.  A	
Waddell,  A.	
Baker & Leary 	
Leary,  P.   E	
Williamson,  J.  A	
Rogerson,   J	
MoCailum,  Jas	
MciCallum,   Jas	
MoCailum,  Jas	
MoCailum.   Jas	
MoCailum, Jas	
Nelson, R	
Anderson,   H	
Leslie,   R.   S	
Nl, holloh, Tore  	
Tule. A	
Lanning,   W.   J	
Webster, P	
Wellington  Farm  	
Guichon  Est.,  I	
Guichon  Est..  L.
....Gp. 2 Lots 58 and 59. Lot 8.
....Gp. 2 Lots 5.8 and  59,   I.ot  9	
....Gp. 2 Lots 58 and .59,  Lot 10	
....Gp. 2 I.ots 58 and 59,  NV_  Lot  11	
....Gq. 2 i_ots 58 and  59,  BV��   Lot 11 '.
....Gp. 2 Lots 58 and 59,  part  NV4 Lot 12.
....Gp. 2 i_ots 58 and 59. part SV_ Lot 12...
....Gp. 2 Lots 58 and 59,  Lot 13	
....Op. 2 Lots 58 and 59,  Lot 14	
....Gp. 2 Lots 58 and  59,   Lit  15   	
....Gp. 2 Lots 58 and 59.   I��t   16  	
Ixits 58 and 59,  Lot 17  	
Lota 54, 55, 56 and 57,  I��t 1.
.Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Go, 1   Lots 54
 UP- 2
 Gp. 2   Lots .54,
 Gp. 2   Lots 54.
56 and 07. Lots 2 and 3...
Lot! 54, 55. 56 and  57,   Lot 4	
��� Gp.
Gp. t
.Op. 2
Lets 54, 55,
I.ots 51. 55,
l.o ts 54, 55
Lots 54, 55,
.Gp. ?   Lots 51.
...Gp.
...tip. 2
58 and 57
56 and 57,
56 and 57.
56 and 57.
56 and 57
56 nnd 57
'16 and
I-ots 5. 6 and 7 ���
Lot! 8 and 9	
Lots 10. 11. 12 13, 14
Lots 15. 16, 17, IS, 19
Lot 20. part	
l,ot 20, part	
Lot 21.
Lots 54. .55. 5*; and 57, Lots 22, pari.
Lois 51.
.Gp. 2    Lots 54.
...Gp.
...Gp.
...Gp.
...Gp. 2
...Gp. 2
...Op. 2
...Gp. 2
...Gp. 2
...Gp. 2
...Gp. 2
...Gp. 2
...Gp. 2
...Op. 2
...Gp. 2"
...Op. 2
.Gp.
Lots 54.
I.ots 64,
Lots 54,
I-ots 54,
I.ots 54.
56 and
56 and
511 anil
56 and
56 and
56 and
56 and 57
Lot 88, 8''..
,   l/it Z6,  NV_.
,   Lot 24	
,   Lot  25	
',  Lit 26	
',   Lot 27	
Lot is.
Subdivision of portion  Lot 64, Lots I. 2..
Subdivision of portion of Lot 54. Lot 8..
Subdivision of portion Lot 54. Lot 4	
Subdivision of portion   Ixit 54.  Lot 5	
Subdivision of portion   I��t 54.  Lot 6. pt.
Subdivision nt portion  Lot 54. Lot 6. pt.
Subdivision of portion   Lot  54.  Lot 7	
Subdivision of portion   I-ot 54.   Ixit 8	
Subdivision of portion   Ixit  64,   Lot 9....
l,ot   98	
Lot   97   	
Guichon  Est., L GP- 2     ".    12,
Guichon  Est.,  1 ;-*Ol-- -   J'"    ��
Culchon Bat, I Oulchon   Lot 96.
Jordan   .Ins Guichon
Oliver. Warren  ' Guichon
McBride.  E. S Guohon
Nicbolich. Gasp I.uchon
Vnderson.  Aurust    Gu chon
Nicholich, Jo'/i  (.!-""��on
VUulich. Antonio   ,'" ���"?""*
Lassiter. Jane E Ou Chon
Anderson, August  J." "'u"n
Guichon Est..  I *"UU-hon
Tule, Antone  ...- Gu ebon
Oulchon   Lot
Block 1,  Lots t to 15
Lnt 96, Block 1. part	
Lot 96. Block 4.  I.ots 1 and 2
lx.it  96,   Block  4.   I.ot   3	
Lot 96, Block 4, I.ots 4 and 5
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
2.5
2.5
1.5
2.5
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at. 43
29.97
86.76
11.61
23.88
89.88
19.44
58. IIS
89.84
89.0
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9.0
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9.S
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Lot 96, dtlock 4.  Ixit 6.
Lot   mi.   Block  4.   Lot   7	
Lot   m,   Block  4,   I,ot   8	
Lot 96,  Block  I.  Lots 9 and 10...
Lot  96.   Block 4.   Lot   11        	
Lot 96.  Block 4.   Ixits  12 and  12
Lot  96.   Block 4.   Ixit  14.
Sherman. Thns 	
Culchon Est., L	
Martinolich, Ant....
Nlco'Hl.   Gasp	
G..' bon Est.. L....
M,"">Tluh Lb. 1-0...
Nelson.  Rasmus  ...
Gull bon   Est..   I	
Mcl.��!lan Lb. Co...
McDonald, Mr.;. II.
v,-i...]l i" I b. '*"...
McDonald. Mrs. H.
MoL-llan Lb. Co...
Tern. Rly. <"..
.Guichon
.Oulchon
.Guichon
 Gp. 3
 Op. 2
 Gp. 2
 Gp. 2
 Op. 2
.Gp. 2
it
Lot
Block  I,
Block
Block
t-nt 96.   Block :
Lot  96.   Block
Lots 15 and 16..
Lots I and 2 ...
Lots ������ and 4....
lots  ",  and  6	
Lot   7	
I ������'.  N  Io  IN	
Lot   1:1	
Lota  -li  to 26...
Lot 96, B'oek
Lot 96. Block
I.ot I";.   "'.. k
Lot 96.   Block 6.   Lots 1   to 9
Lot 96, Block 6. Lots In and 11
.Gj>. 2    Lot 96, Block 6.   Lots  13 to lv.
 Gp. 2   Lot 96. Block 6.  I.ots l!i and 2.1
..Gp. 2   Lit 96. Block 6. Lots 21 to .'9
Gp.
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224.00
224.00
224.00
210.00
218.40
���115.50
115.50
140.00
21.00
164.40
159.60
159.60
64.40
224.00
122.32
221.00
101.6S
112.00
28.00
100.80
10.5S
10.58
2S.22
19.46
28.22
9.84
9.84
23. Ot!
16.117
32.20
6.so
22.57
15.71
135.3U
6.80
38.80
88.60
121.14
218.10
1.08
112.00
112.00
5.88
890.40
9.58
101.50
128.10
22.40
214.20
9.45
214.20
158.20
63.42
71.40
2.80
224.00
119.00
112.00
204.40
22.40
218.00
7.70
169.40
135.80
14.00
14.00
63.70
14.00
28.00
179.20
221.00
224.00
84.00
56.00
84.00
218.(0
2.80
205.80
112.00
112.00
112.00
160.30
49.00
7.00
15.40
14.00
112.00
34.89
49.70
6.90
6.90
6.90
6.90
24.71
4.31
4.31
4.31
7.00
13.63
7.34
7.57
7.57
3.50
3.50
3.50
3.50
3.50
7.00
7.00
7.00
7.00
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7.00
7.00
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3.50
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37.00
41.96
121.46
16.25
88.48
55.06
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81.81
55,92
124.60
12.60
12.611
15.40
27.23
27.3"
13.72
13.72
27. SO
24.11
25.27
28.63
27.73
3.11
1.55
1.55
1,68
1,69
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.52
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.85
210.OII
310.00
7.00
190.96
4.30
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30.16
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83.37
166.75
62.53
166.76
166.75
166.75
156.32
162.58
85.98
85.98
104.22
.15.63
47.94
118.81
118.81
47.94
166.75
91.05
166.75
75.69
83.37
20.84
75.04
7.88
7.88
21.01
14.50
21.01
7.33
7.33
17.16
11.96
23.97
5.06
16.80
11.70
100.71
5.06
25.01
25.01
90.18
162.58
.78
83.37
83.37
4.2S
662.81
7.13
75.56
95.36
16.67
159.45
7.03
159.45
117.76
47.21
53.15
2.08
166.75
S.S.5S
83.37
152.15
16.67
177.17
5.73
126.10
101.10
10.42
10.42
47.71
10.42
20.84
133.40
166.75
166.75
62.53
41.70
62.53
162.50
2.08
153.20
83.37
83.37
83.37
119.33
36.47
5.21
11.46
10.42
83.37
25.96
37.00
6.14
5.14
5.11
5,14
13.39
3.21
3.21
3.21
5.21
10.15
5.46
5.64
5.64
2.61
2.61
2.61
2.61
2.61
2.61
5.21
n.21
5.21
5.21
5.21
5.21
6.51
5.21
5.21
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2.61
1.56
2.61
22.9S
27.55
31.13
90.42
12.10
24.89
40.95
20,26
60.58
41.62
92.75
101.09
9.88
11.46
20.26
80.88
10.21
10.21
20.74
17.91
18.81
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2.31
1.16
1.16
1.17
1.18
.21
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.63
.63
156.88
156.12
<5.21
142.15
3.13
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.12
.21
.42
.21
.21
.21
.12
.21
.48
.21
.12
.42
.12
.42
.21
1.58
.21
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1.01
.43
1 85
5.62
.21
.21
.42
47.23
1.61
195.37
390.75
1441.53
390.75
390.76
390.75
366.32
380.96
201.4-
201.48
244.22
36.63
112.33
278.41
278.41
112.33
390.75
213,37
390.75
117.37
195.37
48.84
175.84
18.46
18.46
49.23
33.99
49.23
17.17
17.17
40.22
28.03
76.17
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39.37
27.15
236.01
11.87
58.61
5S.61
211.22
330.98
1.83
186.87
195.37
10.16
1553.21
16.70
177.06
223.46
39.07
373.65
16.48
373.65
275.96
110.63
124.55
4.88
390.75
207.58
195.37
356.56
39.07
415.17
13.43
295.50
236.89
24.42
24.42
111.11
24.42
48.84
312.60
390.75
390.75
146.53
97.69
146.53
380.98
4.88
35S.S9
195.37
195.37
195.37
279.63
85.47
12.21
26.86
24.42
195.37
60.85
86.70
12.04
12.04
12.04
12.04
43.10
7.52
7.32
12.21
23.78
12,80
13.21
13.21
6.11
6.11
6.11
6.11
6.11
6.11
12.21
12.21
12.21
12.21
12.21
12.21
14.65
12.21
12.21
12.21
6.11
6.11
3.66
6.11
33.73
61.55
73.19
211.88
28,35
5S.32
96.00
47.48
141.84
97.51
217.35
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21.98
31.86
+7.48
47.62
88.96
28,98
4S.60
12.05
44.08
41.22
4S.3.S
5.42
2.71
2.71
2.76
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1.49
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2.36
.08
9.77
19.54
7.32
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19.54
19.54
18.32
19.06
10.07
10.07
12.21
1.83
5.62
13.92
13.92
5.62
19.54
10.67
19.54
8.87
9.77
2.44
8.79
.92
.92
2.46
1.70
2.46
.86
.86
2.01
1.40
2.80
.59
1.97
1.37
11.80
.59
2.93
2.93
10.57
19.05
.09
9.77
9.77
.51
77.66
.84
8.85
11.17
1.95
18.6.8
.82
18.6S
13.80
5.53
6.23
.24
19.54
10.38
9.77
17.38
1.95
20.76
.67
14.77
11.84
1.22
1.22
5.56
1.22
2.44
15.63
19.54
19.54
7.33
4.88
7.33
19.05
.24
17.93
9.77
9.77
9.77
13.98
4.26
.61
1.36
1.22
3.04
4.33
.60
.60
.60
.60
2.15
.38
.38
.38
.61
1.19
.61
.66
.66
.31
.31
.31
.31
.31
.31
.61
.Kl
.61
.61
.61
.61
.73
.61
.61
.61
.31
.31
.18
.31
2.69
3.23
3.66
10.59
1.42
2.92
4.80
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4.88
10.87
11.84
1.10
1.34
2.37
2.38
1.20
1.20
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2.20
2.U6
2.42
!l4
.11
.14
.14
.03
.05
.07
.07
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1S.32
.61
18.65
.37
.06
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THEI DELTA TIMES
Continued From Page Three.
Leary,	
Baker,   d.   T,
EJliott,   J. IB	
Leary, Wm	
Baker, G. T	
Baker, G. T	
B. & K. Milling Co..
B. & K, Milling Co.,
B. & K. Milling Co..
B. & K. Milling Co..
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MoNeely, Mrs. A....
MoNeely, JUra. A	
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Mills, H Ladner
Mills, H Ladner
Devereaux, B I.adner
Ormlston, Geo Ladner
Ellis,  W.  R 	
MoNeely, Mrs. A	
Taylor. A. doR	
Foster. T. W	
Ladnor T. O. O. F	
Reagh, John 	
Baker & Williamson	
Rich & Green 	
Smith, W. H	
Baker & Paterson 	
Lanning.  Fawcett & Wilson
McNeclv. Mrs. A	
McNeely, Mrs. A  	
McNeely. Mrs.  A	
Mc-Neelv. Mrs. A	
Mc-N;*ely, Mrs. A	
Mo-Nee]}*, Mrs. A	
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McKae. W	
York. A	
McNeely, Mrs. A	
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Calvert. E. T.
Hartnell, Mrs
Oliver. Warren
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King, A. A	
Lanning.   Mrs.
King,   A.   A	
Moore,   Mrs.   J.   A.
Moore,   Mrs.   J.   A.
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Taylor,    VV.   H	
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York, .1    Ladner
Rich,   II.   N Ladner
Carter,   A.   W Ladner
Carter,   A.   W .Ladner
Baker.   G.   T Ladfier
Spinning.   0 Ladner
Holllngshead,   J.   W Ladner
Jordan,   Jes Ladner
Hong,   Hulg    I.adner
McNeely.    Mrs.    A Ladner
Stokes.    R.   J Ladner
Jordan.   Jos     I.adner
Whitworth.   I Ladner
Jackson.    R.    S Ladner
Lewis,   Mrs.   E Ladner
Reagh,   J Ladner
Snlnning   C Ladner
Down,, <" , Ladner
Oown,   C Ladner
Kershaw,   Mrs.   E Ladner
Down,   C Ladner
Down,   C Ladner
Down.   C Ladner
Down.   C Ladner
Rich.   H.   N Ladner
Carter.   A.   W Ladner
Fraser.   H Ladner
Grant,   I*).    B Gp. 2
Lord,   Mrs.   C Gn. 2
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Shntlmlt,   Mrs.   A Ladner
Williamson,   J.   A Ladner
Todd,   Thos Ladner
Taylor,   A.   deR Ladner
Brnwn.   E.   A I.adner
Roberts.   A I.adner
McDiarmid.   N.   A Ladner
Byrnn.   Geo Ladner
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Lot
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Lnt 108
Lnt 106.
Lnt 106
Lot 10",
Lnt 106,
Lot 106.
Lot 106.
Lot 106.
Lnt 106.
Lnt 106,
Lot 106.
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Ladner tl0i ]06
Lot 106. Lots 6, 7, 8 and 9	
Lot 106, Lots 10, 11, 12, 13	
Lot 106. Lots 14 to 18	
Lot 106, Lots IS and 20	
Lot 106, ,Lot 72 	
I.ot 106,  Lot 2.  	
Lot 106.  Lots 20, 26, 27	
Lot 106,  Lot 28	
Lot 106,  Lot 29	
l_ot 106.  Lot 30 	
Lot 106.  Lot 31  	
Lot  106,   Lot 32	
Lot 106,  Lot 33 	
lxit 106,  Lot 31	
Lot 106,  Lot 85 and 36	
Lot  106,  Lit 38  	
Lot 106,  Lot 39 	
Lnt 106,  lx>t -10	
Lot   106,   Lot   41	
Lot 106, J_ols 42, 43, 44	
Lot  106,   Lot  45,   46	
Lot 106,  Lot 47	
Lot 106,  Lot 4S 	
Lnt  106,   I-ot  49  	
���Lot 106, Lot 50 	
Lnt 106.  Lot 52  	
Lot I0B,  Lot 53 	
Lot 106,  Lot 54  	
Lot 106,   Lot 55 	
Lnt 106,  Lot 56  	
Lei   106.  Lot 57  	
Lit  106,  Lot 58  	
Lit 106.  I.nt 59 	
Lot 106,   Lit 60 	
Lot 106,   Lnt 61   	
Lit 106,  Lnt 62 	
Lit   106,   Ixit SB  	
Lot  106,  Lnt OS  	
Lot 106,  Lot 66 	
Lol  106.  Lot  67  	
Lot   106,   T-Ot  68	
Lnt 108, Lot 69 and 70 	
Lnt 108,  Lot 71   	
Lot 106,  Lot 72 	
I-ot 106,  Lnt 73  	
Lit 106,   Lots 74 .and  75	
Lot 106.  Lots 76 and 77 	
Lol 108, f-ots 7S and 79 	
Ixit 106,  Lots SO and 81 	
Lit 106.   Lot 82 	
Lots 83 and 84 	
Lots 85. 86, 87	
Lots 88,  89  	
I-ots 90, 91  	
Lot 92 	
Lot 93 	
Lot 94  	
Lnt  95	
Lot   A	
Lot B   	
Lnt C, .part 	
Lnt C, part 	
Lnt C, part 	
Lot C, pa rt  -.���	
Lot C, part 	
Lot D, part 	
Lot E. part 	
Lot F  	
Lot I, part 	
Lot J. part
Lot L, part ...
Lot L, part ...
Lot M, part	
Lnt M, part....
Lot P part	
Lnt 96 	
Lots 97, 98, 99..
I<ota 100 to 103
I.ot lot 	
Lot iai  	
Lot 106  ..."	
Lot 107 	
Lot 108 	
Lot 109
��� Lnt 106.
Lot 108,
Lnt 106,
Lot 106.
Lnt 106,
Lot 106,
Lot 106,
Lnt 106.
Lnt 106,
Utt 106,
Lnt 106,
Lnt 106,
Lnt 106,
Lnt 106,
Lnt 108,       	
Lot 106, J.nts 110 and 111 	
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Byron. Geo 	
Baptist  Church
Rassall,    F	
Handford,   F	
Handford,   F	
Fawcett,   A    T.
Thnrkle.   Thos   .
Ladner,   Ella   B
Ladner  Est.,
Ladner  Est.,
Ladner  Eat.,
Ladner  Est.,
Ladner Est.,
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Wilson.   H,   I
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B. C.   Condensing
Ladner   Estate   	
Ladner   Estate   	
McKee,   Sr.,   John   .
Grant,   James    	
Bath,   Wm	
Monkman.   J.   J..
Vlot.  Term.   Rly.  Po
MoKee,   David   A...
Lelnseth.  Anton   ....
Follis,   Jas	
Grant,   Jas	
Simpson,   J	
Simpson,   J	
Whitworth,   I	
Whitworth,   I	
Devereaux,   R	
Jordan,   Jos	
McKee,    David   A.'.'.'.
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Lot 106,  Ixit 112 	
Lnt 106,  l_ot 113  	
Lot 106,  Lot 114  	
Lot 106,  Lot 115  	
Lnt 106, Lot 116  	
Lot 106,  Lot 117 	
Lot 106,  Lot 118 	
Lot 106,  Lots 119,  120	
Lot 106,  part (East of F)	
Lnt 106, part (Eaat of 113)	
Lot 106,  Lot 122  	
Lot 106.  Ixits 123 and 124 	
Lot 106, Lots 125 and 126 	
Lnt 106. Lots 127 and 128 	
Lot 106.  Lot 130  	
Lot 106. Lots 131 and 132 	
Lnt 106,  Lot 133	
Lot 106, Lots 134 and 135 	
Lot 106, Lot 136 	
Lot  106,   Lot  137   ...-;	
Lot 106.  Lot.138 	
Lot 106,  Lot 139 	
Lnt 108,  Lot 141  	
Lnt  106,  Lot 142 	
Lyt 106     Lot 143 and 144 	
Lot 106, Lot 145 	
Lot 106, Lot 146 	
Lnt 106,  Lot 147  	
Lot 106,  Lot 148 	
Lot  106,   Lot  149   	
Lot 106.  Lot 150 	
Lot 106,  Lot 151   	
Lot 106,  Lot 152  	
Lot 106,  153   	
Lot  106,   154   	
Lnt 106. Lot 155  	
Lot 106, Lot 158 	
Lot  106,  Lot 157  	
Lot 106, Lota 158 to 161, part 	
Lot 106, pnrtlnn north of Westham St...
Lot 106, portion north of Westham St...
Lot 106, Subdivision portions 198 and 115,
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Whitworth.
Whitworth,
Whltwnrth,
Whltwnrth, I...
Whitworth. 1...
Whitworth,  1..-..
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Thirkle, Thns...
T-hlrk_e, Thns...
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Taylor.   A.   1I0R.
Ellis.    D,    M	
Beadlestnn,   C	
McKee,   Jno	
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Lnt  106.   part   	
Lot  106.   part   	
Lot 106,  part  	
Lot 106.  part  	
Lot  106,  115,   part	
Lot  115,  part  	
Lot  115,  part  	
Lot  115,  part   	
t.nt 115,  part   	
Lot 115,  part   	
Lot 1.15,   part   	
Lot  116. part  	
Lrit  115,  part   	
115,   part   	
115,  part   	
115, part   	
part    , ,	
part   	
part   	
part   	
part   	
part   	
subdivision of part, Ixit 1.
Subdlvlslnn of part, I_ot 2...
Subdivision of part, Lot 3.
Lot
t.nt 115,
Lot 115,
Lot 115,
Lot 115.
Lot 115,
Lot 115,
Lot 115,
Lot 115,
Lot US.
Lot 115
Lot 115
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.65
.30
.30
.15
.50
.10
.10
.10
.22
.15
.15
.15
.30
.15
.15
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.15
.40
.30
.15
.15
.15
.15
.15
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.15
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.15
.20
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.15
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.15
.15
.19
.15
.15
.15
.35
.32
.32
.30
.30
.36
.19
.40
.20
.20
.20
.20
.85
2.00
.20
.45
.10
.20
.20
.20
1.05
.50
.10
.12
.20
.50
.25
.20
3.95
.08
.51
.80
.20
.20
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.20
.45
.25
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.15
.32
.15
.15
.65
.50
.50
.65
.40
.40
.40
.34
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.20
.20
.31
.15
.84
.77
.91
.42
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.21
.70
.14
.14
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.31
.21
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.42
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.56
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.21
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.42
.42      ,
.50
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.56
.28
.28
.63
.57
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. Op.
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Lot 115, Subdivision of part, "Rot 4.
Lnt 115, Subdivision of part, Lot 5.
Ixit 115, Subdlvlslnn nf part,
Lot 115,  Subdivision of part,
Lnt  115, Subdivision  nf part,
Lnt  115 and  106,   part   	
Lot 115 and  106,  part  	
Lot  115 and  106,   part   	
l.ot  115 and  106,   part   	
Lots  11.' and   106,  part   	
Lot 6.
Lot 7.
Lot 8.
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.20
.20
.20
.20
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.20
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.20
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.15
.31
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1.10
2.28
114.52
3.24
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..-*_._��-���
MCXICIPAMTT OF DBLTA.
THUItaDAY, AUGUST _0, UU_
By-law No..
A By-law to Provide for Repairs for the Mud Bay Fists Dykine and n_.i..-��. nr   -*.
Sum of Twenty-two Thousand Six Hundred and NtaetyiS ��?. -***T. ���W<W*B. W,d to ��WW
71) to Carry Out Such Repairs.    ^^^^^1^/0^^^ ^ <**�����'*-
u_.TOcSSn��nMrr ass? s awa ���_���*�������-* - ** '
the
SS^BSWSS sua* Si __-��� T-tL-s"
a
find
follow
s:
Delta
E:^rtM-a.i_-��__5s__ gsa^^-s.a-��-AWsfJW_s��*.
-.-stsrs-.-T.Kr,"; s& ? saiftjSA 5r��a ffiuns *����*���%
SsafeaHStHS K^!-*.*-**-* sltji^? r
And whereas it ls provided by Sec- Northeast
tlon 127 of the "Municipal Act" that T
where  the  repairs   required    to  be ter
tions
bount*- *p   I*"���"-".K!I8.74)   be issued in
r.oi  less than One Hundred
out.   (1100.00)  each and
Boundary
Flats   Dyking
3
the
the
di
,     wain.
_ Mud 11 iv
Draining "
made are so expensive that the Municipal Council does not deem it expedient to levy the cost thereof ln
one year, the council may pass a bylaw to borrow upon the debentures
of the municipality the funds necessary for the work and to assess and
levy upoii  the property  benefited a
special   rate sufficient  for the  pay-  _v._.,,u._w musef
ment of the principal and interest ot and estimate, of cost
to practically prohibit drainage and
should be pumped and cleaned out.   >---
Also that the cost    maintenance of  (��0)
payable
sums of
Dollars
twenty
..-_...��,i iu. uo.i    maintenance of  U0> years from the   A__T   ,l,    m-v
he dyke has considerably exceeded   with interest at the rat�� ^ �� hert'of
tue money which has been B��t __m_,   -mntn-m   ,R     "V116 rate ot Five nor
money which
for that purpose,
"Pose.     We include also a  debentures both as to nn���,Um',s'
of those portions affected  interest  tn h��� naJJ,��. ?W*��*P' 1
description of those portions affected  i"terest
estimate, of cost and also a.revised assessment schedule whioh ap-
the debentures        ^7^��' ��* ^ *"* ^�� '^
And whereas, tne council procured   nroarhpu -> nm _���-_.-���
an examination    to    be    made    by      We rLommen.1 ^f ���?es8ment"
Messrs. Burnett & McGugan, survey- tention Tr��tPJE   f t.ueBe *��_ your at
ors.   bain,   ne���   JSUTX.  yo",r* comm.nd?   " "^ ��"m *
to be payiaile at the
Bank of Canada In the
ors,
that
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.05
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.02
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being persons ^^^^^^^^^
purpose, of said dyking and
drainage works, and estimates of the
repairs to be made and an assessment
to be made by them of the real property to be benefited by the said re-
wait
.'ummunas.
We have the honor to
very   truly, ^^^__^^_
BURNETT  &  McOUGAN,
Per D. J. McOugan.
pairs stating as nearly as they can Estimate of Cost of Works on Drain
the  proportion  of  benefit  which  in age and Protection o^^Dyke ta
their  opinion   will     be  derived     in East iielta
consequence of such repairs by every Flood  Gate  as  ner con
section   or   portion   of   section,   the tract Including inspec-
said  assessment so  made being the tion   etc
assessment  hereinafter  by  this   by- Cleaning  Slough "in's_c'.
32, 33 and 34 Twp. 3
respect
law enacted to be assessed and
levied upon the sections hereinafter
in thnt behalf specially set forth and
described and the report of the said
Burnett & McGugan in
thereoi being as follows:
New Westminster, B.C.,
August 4th, 1914.
To His Worship tbe Reeve and Councillors of Delta
Gentlemen���We have the honor to
report to you that wo have according to your instructions made an examination and the necessary surveys
of a portion of the ~
5,500.00
as per contract	
1500 feet cedar and fir
piling already in the
ground          3,320
500 feet piling (llr),
$1.25 per lineal ft ...
Arrears (Monies expended on maintenance)   .
Engineering and contingencies   	
has been set aside centum   (5 "p.c")""ner"llnanf���Flve ppr
���mnuni,   siitd
and
Hoval
ronto in the Province"^ oitarin T��"
B the said Bank i��� Ladner   i','
treal in the Province 7ol    tlle
1�� the Said B3R?lSfi?fr
province of British Columbia   nr .
be yours the said Bank In the Citv �� t     a la
��� England,  or  the ^MX   ���" !'
City of New York   in Thi        , he
Slatos of Amertca   and \n h.Uulte<1
tached to them^upo^for .heVenaat-
ment of iuterest.     v"amrl0r the P��y-
lnK2"th_1hH8attHf0r the PnrP����e ot paving tne said sum    of   Twmi-;,.?
Thousand, Six Hundred an_ m7��� < ��
cover   interest   thereon   for
or
tha
I  8.500.00
00
625.00  the
3.500.00
1,153.74
122,698.74
  Ann< whereas it Is necessary to ex-
of a portion of the East Delta Dyke pend the sum of Twenty-two Thou-
faclni; sections 35, 34 and 27, town- sand, Six Hundred and Ninfttv_ni_-h.
ship 3 and the drainage facilities of dollars
Hundred and Ninety-eight
the West End of the^Eart'Telte   (m.698.74)   *   SeV<Wour    oeuU
drainage systeinand be^ bu= ST WV STOt 1T?��
to
and to
^���. .��,. twenty
years at the rale of Are per centum
(5 p.m.) per annum the followjsg
special rate over and above all other
rates shall be assessed and levied, in
the same manner and at' the same
time as taxes are levied, upon tbe
undermentioned sections and pens
of sections and the amount of said
special rate ahd interest assessed as
aforesaid against each section or part
of section respectively shall be ill-
vlded into twenty equal parts and
one such part be assessed and levl.d
as aforesaid in each year for twenty
years after the final passing of this
bylaw   during   which   Hm   __*h   ���
.....  maintain   Dylaw   during   which   the   safd   de
work and the ben tu res have run.
Nominal Owner of Property.
B	
J.  H	
and  W.  H. Keary
160.33
4.54
5.11
.53
46
16.03
7.00
8.55
13.88
5.46
4.66
25.24
14.01
12.01
38.04
5.57
5.68
14.28
2.10
2.10
4.77
3.50
1S.27
21.00
21.00
28.00
47.20
28.50
138.77
30.88
30.18
.8!
.70
1.40
1.70
3.08
116.35
3.37
3.80
.40
.34
11.93
6.21
6.37
9.114
4.06
3.47
18.79
10.43
9.61
28.31
4.15
4.23
10.63
1.56
1.56
3.55
2.01
13.67
15.63
15.63
20.84
35.20
31.22
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22.99
22.47
.00
.52
1.04
1.33
2.29
279.68
7.91
8.91
.91
.81
27.96
12.21
14.92
23.30
9.32
8.13
44.04
21.-I-
22.52
66,35
9.72
9.92
24.91
3.66
3.66
8.33
6.11
32.04
36.63
36.63
48.84
82.50
49.72
242.07
53. S7
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1.42
1.22
2.44
3.13
5.37
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, 1.40
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1.22
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3.32
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1.25
.18
.18
.42
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1.60
1.83
1.83
2.44
4.12
2.49
12.10
2.69
2.63
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.16
.27
16141.99   821225.83   81580O.36   83702,*, 99   *i��*-i -
897036.6.  Hssi.80
3. This by-law may be cited as the "Helta Dyke'and Drain By-law,
Done and  passed  in  open Council the 8th day of August, 1914.
Reconsidered and  finally passed the day of , 1914.
(Seal)
i
1895, Repair By-law 1914."
A.  D.  PATERSON,
N.   A.
I hereby rertify that the foregoing by-law is a true copy of a by
August  8,   1014.
,_ Reeve.
McDIARMID,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ law provisionally passed on ������
ClerkArvr McDIARMID,
Notice is hereby given that any rerson Intending to apply to have tho above mentinn^'l81 ,Councl1-
���Dart thereof Quashed, must not later than ten (10)  days after the final  passing  "Hereof    I     y"law or any
writing upon the Reeve and upo.i the Clerk of the Municipality of his Intention"  to  make  ��JSZ?.. notle3  ln
Court during the thirty  (80)  days next ensuing after the final naslnir*-*,*��� T-��� vJ!_���?'*llcatlon  to  the
Embree, G.
Hutcherson
Brennan, J,
Thompson,  Sam
Hornby,  L.	
Down, Chas	
Smith, Mrs. S. L,	
Paterson, T.  \V	
Down,   Chas	
Montgomery, D	
Honeyman. jno	
Taylor,  A.  DeR	
Victoria Terminal Rly. Co.
Curtis,   W.   E	
Victoria Terminal Rly. Co.
Paterson, T. W	
Paterson, T. W	
Kittson, R. E., Estate 	
Victoria Terminal Rly. Co.
Everett,  H	
Huff,   Seymour  	
Victoria Terminal Rly. Co.
Paterson, T.  VV	
Paterson, T.  W	
Victoria Terminal Rly. Co.
Brown,   Chris   	
Dennis,   Geo	
Ford,  iH.   J	
Victoria Terminal Rly. Co.
Embree,   L.   VV	
Emibree,   G.   B	
Smillie,   Wm	
Weaver, J.   H	
Ashbury,  Ely  	
Ashbury, Ely 	
Charlton  Bros	
Victoria Terminal Rly. Co.
Embree,   I..   W	
Victoria Terminal Rly. Co. .
Embree,  G.   B	
Embree,   O.   B	
MurRiiin,  H. It	
Victoria-Vancouver & E
Victoria-Vancouver &
Morgan,   ||,   rt	
Robertson, Thus	
Morgan, H.  R	
Robertson, Tims	
Weaver,   John   	
ThomtiHon, Sam  	
McKee,   U.   A	
Thompson, Sam  	
Weaver, John  	
Koliert.ion,    Tho.s     	
Victoria Terminal Rly.
u-t-.-    j���nn   	
ED,
Supreme
serve
next ensuing after the final pasing:of ar^'byS*"011
 ' CIprk Municipal Council.
TIMBER   OWNERS  1 K.HT  TAXES
RAILWAY OFFERS PRIZES
B*.I.I_1NGHAM, Aug. 20.���'Wealthy timber owners appeared before
the county
of
with
equalization
the requests
board
yesterday morning	
that tbe assessments on their timber
Representations   wore
 ^^^^   has been greatly
Teduecd in value the last two years
actual sales have been
instances at figures below the valuations plmeed by the
assessors. Records of these |sale*
and other figures and facts were
placed before the board qf equalization.
be  lowered,
made  that  timber
 ice
and that
made in some
EU.BNSIHJRG, Aug. 20.���The
Northern Pacific Railway has made
the flrst offer of a special premium
for this year's fair here. The
Chamber of Commerce has received
a letter from C E. Arney, the Northern Pacific's western immigration
agent, offering a prize of $10 for
the best dairy cow of any breed, another prize of $5 for the fewest
number of  potatoes in
jand another prize of $5
j twenty-five ears of corn.
PIONEER OF WEST PASSES
WENATCHEE,
MoKel	
Dennis,   Oeo.
MeKee,   D.   A.
Troden,   Jaa  .
Thompson! H.
McKenny,  j.
Lefroy   Bros.   .
Mc'Nelven,   N.
Lefroy   Bros.   .
Burns,   D	
Holmes, J.
Burns,   D.   ..
McKee,  Robt.   ,
Honeyman,   j
Wilson,   Thos
Burns, D. ...
D	
D	
D	
D	
I.	
D	
D	
Est
Co.
Burns
Burns,
Burns,
Burns,
Burns,
Burns,
Burns,
Kittson
R.   E.
���p ��� - Au&-  20.���Otis B
Fuller is dead,  after
against
filly pounds
for the best
a year's fight
He came to We-
the Great Northern
twenty-one years
the owner of
^^^^ lands and business
blocks on Wenatchee avenue. He
was senior member of th
Realty ^^^^
was a member of the Elks Lodge, K
Modern  Woodmen  and
cancer,
natchee   before
Railway was built,
ago, and has become
extensive orchard
, , a* Wenatchee
and Investment Company. He
of  P,
men.
Yoe-I
Gray. Robt.
Burns, D	
Mclntyre 	
Gray. Robt	
Victoria-Vancouver
Victoria-Vancou ver
Lewis. John 	
Wilson,  Thos	
Taylor, J,  F	
Allen, J.   McKee ...
Matt-Cook,    11    	
Victoria-Vancou ver
Condy, Mrs. M	
I.are,   Oeo   	
Vic tori a-Vancou ver
MrSween,   M	
McMillan.   D.   A.   .....
Stewart. Alex 1..
Kelly,  Geo	
Cook.  H,   ll.   ..���	
Wilson,   Thos	
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29,
28,
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Lot  243
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7.1. THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1914.
THE DELTA TIMES
MUNIOIPAMTY OP DELTA.-By-I. aw  No  .7^^
Vi, ������ irla-Vancouver & E. Rly.
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3.    This Bylaw may be cited as the
74S9.30 $22698.74 $16897.29 US' ,.03 I1979.M
none and Passed % O^Councfuh^lh Jg ffSSPftS* D ra,Dinfi Works ����-** *&��*. 1914."'
Reconsidered   and   finally   passed the "'     jj 0'f l9i4
I N. A.  McDIARMID, : ' A. D.  PATErSONi
C.M.C. Reeve.
'JlTint"7 tbat the fOreg0i"g By-'aW lS E trUe C��Py ��f a B-"-�� Provisionally passed on Saturday.
AUfc ' N. A. McDIARMID,
Notice is hereby given that an y person intending to annlv tn h-v_ 4V,_   t.     Clerk Municipal  Council.
part thereof quashed must not later ___ ten   (loTaVltTL\^
writing uron the Reeve and upon the Clerk of the Municipality of his intention to make aDnTcatlon for _h t
purpose to the Supreme Court, during tho thirty ,80" days next ensuing afterVe flwl ,te��?Ktti8 ByK
N. A. McDIARMID,
___ Clerk Municipal Council.
WHEAT AND OATS
PRICES ADVANCE
Alleged llolduft   In   Cnlgu*-)���U. c.
Buyers Save Money Importing
Washington t'riiiii.
(From The B'ltUh Columbian.)
An advance of $8 per ton in wheat
��� /.., shown by the Calgary quotations
\\jl' '������������> t'-e last ten days, an advance
| V $1 per ton having been uiaue yesterday. The same advance has been
made in oats, Alberta grain costing
is New Westminster at this time $39
lor No. 3 wheat���chicken feed���and
}31 per ton for oats. These prices,
with the additional few cents tacked
on by tbe retail*, is making chicken leed prohibitive and is calculated
to put the li-.iultryraen of the Lower
Mainland out of business unless
there is a corresponding increase in
the liriiK- of poultry products, which
cannot Vie secured because of the
competition ol Washington poultry-
meii who are ready to suptly this
nurket as soj.i as prices advance to
a [icint wher. they can overcome the
duty and transportation charges.
': it point is just reached, and no
inrtlier advance can be made without permitting an influx of Amer-
i an poultry and poultry products.
This abrupt advance, which deal-
i -a say Is uncalled for and due to
lhe inii that a* single concern con-
tiols al! the grain in the Alberta
elevators, has had a rather curious
result. Thery is now no Alberta
grain coming to the coast, Puget
Sound supplying .all the wheat and
oata being phipped Into British Columbia, and it is coming in in train
loads. The bulge in prices of Canadian grain at Calgary Inn. enable 1
Ihe dealers to go to the other side
for thei:* supplies at a net saving of
$5 per ton on wheat, and $6 per ton
on oats, and the poultrymen are getting those grains just that much
cheaper than they would be doing If
bad    to buy    Canadian grain.
OFFER PRIZE FOR
MILK PRODUCTION
tin
Hotel Men  Donate $200 to  Vancouver Exhibition Association for
This Purpose.
Vancouver's hotel men have presented the Vancouver Exhibition Association with the sum of $200 to
be used as prizes and this will be
awarded to the best milk producer,
to the teim of over 1400 pounds and
the best team of under 1400 pounds.
The prize list now exceeds  $60,000.
The Vancouver Licensed Hotel-
keepers' Association put up the
money aftd like good business men
they enclosed their perfectly good
cheque for the amount.
They decided tney would offer a
first prize of $50 to the owner of
that cow which produced the b st
milk at \\he exhibition grounds d ir-
ing the fair week. The remainder
of the money was divided bet\, aen
two classes of Agricultural horses.
These horses must be owned by
bona-fide farmers. Several sub.t n-
tial prizes have already been pi", up
for competition in other classes. The
best Agricultural team of over 1.01
pounds will be awarded $100 ��� nd
the prize for the best, agricultural
team under 1400 pounds will be
given a $50 prize.
The time for making entries expires August 20 and judging by
present indications more entries than
ever before, made will be received
this year. Every department of the
fair, and they ere numerous indeed,
shows ail average improvement of
100 per cent. The fair will he held
ill spite of war and only a German
invasion of Vancouver during fair
week could stop it. But this idea
is preposterous.
POLICE CHIEF IS
FATALLY INJURED
A. B, Xeetles of Steveston Fractures
Skull When Auto Overturns
in Ditch.
VANCOUVER, Au;;. 18.���As the
result of an automobile accident last
night on the Steveston road, near
the Minoru race track, A. E. Needes,
chief of police of Steveston, succumbed to injuries at the General
hospital at a late hour last night.
No details of the accident are
known, as Mr. Needfs was motoring alone from Vancouver to Steveston. From the position of the car
in the ditch at a dangerous turning
in the road, however, it seems almost certain that the unfortunate
man, in endeavoring to pass an approaching car, swerved too much to
the side, with the result that his
owr machine tilted ever and plunged Into the ditch, which at that point
is ten feet wide and six feet deep.
A !r act ure of the skull was the cause
o: death.
STRAWBERRY HILL NEWS.
BLAINE NEWS.
ri-iiver, the American grain comes
ed, a further saving of $2 per
Inn over the bulk Alberta grain.
American grain bas advanced but $1
i ' ton since the outbreak of the
ir, co-Incident with the last ad-
'   ice at Calgary and Winnipeg.    I{
iild be remembered that Ameri-
'��� i wheat pays a duty of $4 per ton,
and oats $6 per ton, and is then sold
1 aper than the alleged trust-held
1   nadlan grain.
'nrther    complaint Is    heard be-
ise the prices offered British Co-
lumbia millers and distributors is $2
I" r ton  higher than tlic quotations
' algary, being, it Is alleged, an
attempt to hold British Columbia up
for this amount on each ton, for
grain is being sold in Calgary $2 per
ton cheaper to local millers and consumers than lt can be had on cars
for shipment to British Columbia.
TO BAR BELLIGERENTS.
OTTAWA,   Aug.   10.���Hon.   C.   .(.
11rty. minister of justice niidmcr-
mlnlster of the Interior, has mv-
notlfie oT a bill lo amer, i the im-
nition Act by providin-v that no
migrants may enter Caii.idn who
1 citizens of countries at war with
al Britain. This will apply m
"nans and  Austrinns who s"olc to
��� r ('auada from the United .St-etcs
WIM. FIOIIT AS UNITS.
BLAINE, Aug. 17.���The public
schools will open on Tuesday morning, September 8th, Monday being
Labor Day, a public holiday. The
school board announces that it has
completed ihe corps of teachers,
.lohn V. Erlckson, of Hancock,
Michigan, who taught last year at
Prescott, Wash., will have charge of
the seventh grade at Waitsburg,
Wash., will teach the first grade at
the South Ward school building.    B.
I F. Hovies, of Tacoma, who will be
principal of    the High    School, and
| have charge of mathematics and athletics, has arrived to prepare for the
opening of school.
All of the canneries have been In
operation a part of the time everyday during the past week, but tbe
end of the present run of fish is in
sight. Many of the fish taken of
lull   .ire humpbacks.
Some time last week Art and
Clyde Wyrlck, both of this place,
were injured in an auto wreck at or
near Anacortes and ft is feared that
tbe l.vter's injuries may prove fatal.
Little information has been received
here as to the accident, but lt appears that Clyde was seriously hurt
and, is still unconscious. Art seems
not to. hnve been seriously injured.
One of the unusual sights ln the
local harbor of late has.been the
presence of so many small fishing
boats. On Friday and Saturday
nislits of each week .they bave been
i gathering here in large numbers, tho
largest over see. at one time.
The second annual Sunday school
picnic took place on Saturday,
August 8, at Kennedy Orchard. The
weather could not have been better,
although it was unsettled the fore
part of the clay. The sports were
much enjoyed by the youngsters in
the way of games and races. Some
valuable prizes weie given. Tea
was served by the ladies. The camera was made use of when the
Strawberry Hill Sunday school were
photographed; also Newton children.
The car of mixed grain on order
for the Strawberry Hill Farmers' Institute, is expected to arrive on Saturday or Monday the latest. Owing
to the enormous run on feed just
now, by the war breaking out, prices
haver advanced and a shortage of
feed is reported on the markets, it
being the end of the year with the
grain companies, who are preparing
for new stock. F^ed^is in great demand, making It exceedingly hard
for them to fill orders, until new-
stock arrives.
i The foundation for the dance
'pavillion at Newton is being placed.
Men. who are anxious to see the
building completed before fall, aro
devoting their spare time to the
work.
On Sunday last, several visitors
from Vancouver and New Westminster, were visiting friends on the
Hill. A large crowd awaited at
Kennedy for the car which as usual
was late.
A hex car was placed on the siding at Kennedy and connected to the
main line wires. It Is thought that
the juice will be transformed for the
pole line along Scott road.
The first road to he oiled in the
district is a portion of Yale road.
The Hill folks are wondering if the
Scott road could have a little oil to
lay the dust just now which would
surely help some.
The L. O. li. met at the Institute
hall on Wednesday, a fine attendance
was recorded.
DI]
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���VIX MPEG. Aug. 111.���Two Wln-
' regiments have now received
6 that they will go on active
Ico as units.
ASSAYER AT SEATTLE.
WASHINGTON', Aug. l'.).--Presl-
dent Wilson today sent the nomination of John W Phillips to be ussay-
er at Seattle, to the Senate.
LOAN NEGOTIATIONS END.
NEW YORK, Aug. 19.���The announcement by the department of
Btate of the United States Government's attitude towards foreign
bums during the Europacn war has
ended negotiations between .1. P.
Morgan and tbe French Government
for an advance of $100,000,000,
and hns forstalled loans to any of
the other  belligerents.
WASHINGTON STATE.
BELLINGHAM, Aug. 18. ��� Approximately 275,000 cases of sockeye salmon were canned on Puget
Sound this season, now practically
closed, according to estimates prepared by local packers. The relative season of four years ago produced only 250,000 cases, indicating
that the run of this year was somewhat better than expected.
The run of this season was shorter than ever before, it is stated, but
the fish came in greater numbers
while they were running. There
was only about a week that the
canneries were kept busy, but two
or three days of this period saw
a number of scowloads of salmon
brought to the local plants, The
sockeyes are now practically gone
and the canneries will be idle until the silver salmon and cohoes begin coming. A rew scattering
humpback salmon are now being
caught.
Route lor l.ufli'oti'1 Secured.
BELLINGHAM, Aug. 18.���Announcement is made that all of the
importaut differences over the
right-of-way for the Bellingham &
Northern extension to Lake Whatcom have been disposed of. The
right-of-way has been secured
through the Eldridge and Nolte
property and there remains only-
one small strip of land to be secured before the entire right-of-way is
available. Two condemnation suits
have been started in the superior
court,- but these probably will both
be dismissed.
Repairs on .Minnesota.
SEATTLE, Au-gi,. T8.���ShippersT
applications for space on the steamship .Minnesota, of the Great Northern Steamship Company, due to sail
from Seattle to the Orient September 27, have been temporarily
denied by the local office of the
company, due to the fact that plans
are under way for the installation
ot new boilers in the big transpacific carrier, a job that will require
several  weeks.
Admiral Schley Coming.
TACOMA, Aug. 18.���Four days
behind her sister ship, the Admiral
line steamer Admiral Schley of the
Pacific Alaska Navigation Company's fleet, left New York Wednesday for this port via the Panama
canal. The Admiral Dewey sailed
from New York for Tacoma last
Saturday. She is bringing a cargo
for Coast ports, and will discharge
at Los Angeles and San Francisco
before coming to Puget Sound. The
Admiral Schley and Admiral Dewey
will be among the first merchant
ships to pass through the Panama
canal en route to the North Pacific.
BELLINGHAM, Aug. 19.���While
the work in the plants of the Bloe-
del Donovan Lumber Mills is apt to
be curtailed, as the result of the war
in Europe, cutting off the export
trade, there will be no close-down,
at lehst for some time, according to
J H. Bloedel, who ls in the city on
business. One side of the waterfront plant will be continued ln operation, even after the British
steamship River Forth is loaded, as
there is considerable other business
in sigbt. At the lake mills of the
company a few men will be dropped,
but the plants will be kept in operation. The domestic lumber trade
is slightly Improved- due to the
bumper grain crops throughout the
country, and the prospects are that
the demand for lumber for ail shipments will be good for several
months. Considerable trade by
way of the Panama canal is also developing.
Alalia Walla  Wheat Harvest.
WALLA WALLA, Aug. 19.���Another week or ten days will see practically all of the Walla Walla county-
wheat in the sack. Weather conditions have been excellent for a long,
steady run of the harvesting outiits,
though some rain would have been
appreciated. As it was, most of the
machines have not had to stop. The
crop this year has come up to expectations, and though no definite
figures will be known for weeks, the
dealers believe the crop will be between the 5,250,000 and 5,500,000
bushel estimates.
Itclliiigliiini Pioneer Pusses.
RELLINGHAM, Aug. 19.��� David
Tc zler, aged 75 years, pased away at
the family residence, 1122 Indian
street, Sunday, August 10, after an
extended illness. Mr. Tozier had resided in Bellingham for tho past 2.1*
years. He was a member of the
Trinity Methodist church, and is
survived by his widow. Mrs. Isabel
Tc-zler; three sons and on daughter,
! Waller E. and Frank O. Tozier, of
Bellingham; Herbert Tozier, of Seward, Alaska; Mrs. Harry E. Glenn,
of Tacoma. There are also three
brothers and one sister, all residing
In the East.
Portable
Baths
Made of Brazilian Para
Rubber, pressed into
heavy duck, then Vulcanised under high pressure
insuring against cracking, peeling or mildew.
When not in use can be
folded into small space.
Each bath is guaranteed
by the manufacturers for
five years.
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$8.50
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HIKE TENDERS OPEN.
CAMBIE, Richmond, Aug. 18.���
I a i a meeting of the Richmond council yesterday afternoon, tenders for
the two dyking schemes, lhe one "fo
encircle the whole of Sea Island and
Ibe other to dvke a portion of l.ulu
I 1 eland, were considered in commrt-
! tee, an:l will be referred to the ilyk-
| Ing commission and the council's nn-
I ndne��rs,  Messrs.  Cleveland  ��* Cam-
 1.        [���    f<*   e\nei't"(l    that    till'    " nlli
I will   be   Started   within     the     nevt
[ couple  of   weeks.
hoss gives ii .r.r million.
OTTAWA, Aug. 17.���The Minister
ot   Finance   announces   that  he  has
received from   Mr. .t. k.   noss,   or
Montreal, a    contribution    of    five
[hundred thousand dollars to be need
: for  the  genera!   military  and   tmvnl
pnrse  of  the  sovernment  Including
I Provision*  for pensions for Invalided
,soldiers, their wives nnd children.
MANOEUVRES.
GERMAN ARTILLERY IX THE FIELD  l��l KIN"
noving a gun carriage    into   position.   Tin
-���������____.������ ���_  ^ ---I-
'"_  another attack upon  the town
Germans  have
A  squad   of German  nrtlllerym en aiding in niG....��� .. r. ,,-        	
now resorted to tbe use of their ar tiilery   in   an  effort   to   destroy  the    fortifications of Liege before mak-
BICYCLES
AND REPAIRS
Automobile Accessories,
Oils and Gasoline
Agents for Pennsylvania
Oil Proof Vacuum Cup
Tyres and Special Ford
Type.
Taylor Electric Co.
Phone L60. Ladner
The Ladner - Steveston
ferry Service
Spring and Summer Schedule
Beginning Monday, April 20, the
steamer Sonoma will run on hei
Spring and summer schedule, as follows: Leaves at 8.30 a.m., lis.30
and 6.30 p.m. Vancouver passengers can make connection by taking
the 8.30 a.m., 12.30 and 6.30 p.m.
cars at Granville street station. New
Westminster passengers should take
the Eburne cars at 8.00 a.m., 12.00
and C.00 p.m. and the Steveston cars
at Eburne.
Money is Tight
But there are people who
are constantly looking: for
opportunities to lend money
on good security. If you want
to borrow a few dollars, or a
few thousand,our Want Ads.
wlH put you in touch with
those who have money to
loan.
mmr**-* *"���* ��� ******
THE   DELTA   TIMES
CONDBN0__D      A_JV*I_HTI����M_JMTi
For Sole. For Exchange Wanted to
Purchase, To Let, Lost. Found, Work
Wanted Situations Vacant, 1 cant per
word. Minimum, II cent! for any sue
advt. Theae ratw for cub with order.
AH Want Ads. must be In by I p.as.
en Thursday.
FOR SALE���For sale cheap one
Massey-Harrls "Great Weat" Separator. Will sell cheap for eaafc
or will trade for stock or proAwa.
Terms If required. Machine eaa
be seen at Windebank's Lumbar
Yard, Mission City.
WANTED���Young Scotch woman
wants position as mother's help In
badner or vicinity; was four and
a half years In last situation. Alt-
ply "M." Box 14 Ladner.
A DAIRYMAN'S HOME.���No cash
required for rental. Write David
Hughes, White Rock, B.C.
FOR SALE.���Automobile in Al condition. Cheap. Apply Ladner hotel.
Mineral and
Soda Waters
J. HENLEY
New Westminster, B. C.
Manufacturer of  Soda  Water,
Ginger Ale,  and all Kinds of
Summer Drinks.
Your Patronage Solicited.
Ferry Auto Stage
Ladner-Vancouver Service
Auto leaves corner Fraser
Arm and River Road 6:45,
8:4n and 9:45 a.m., and 1:15,
3:15 and 5:45 p.m. Sundays,
8:45, 9:45 a.m.; 1:15, 2:45,
5:45 and 6:45, p.m. Connecting wl'h all ferries at Woodward's Landing.
Fare 3."> cent*���Ferry  Free.
Delta Motor Transfer
Freight Service Daily to nnd
from Vancouver, Elxu-ne,
I.adner.
Van, Phone Sey. 7*>i Ladner (;,"��
IIEItl*. ..UGH   Mgr.
DU. D. L. THOMPSON
Dentist.
Sensitive cavities    prepared    and
filled  absolutely  painlessly    by  the
now nitrous-oxido-oxygen method.
Eburne Station, It. C.
Phone Eburne 111
DRS. WILSON. WILSON
PHYSICIANS
AND   SURGEONS
<
Oddfellows' Building
Ladner
General Office Hours
"What's Your Phone Number?"
Can You Answer This Question
If not, don't you know you are
losing business and running risk.
What Is more necessary than a telephone in case of sickness or fire?
Delta   Telephone   Co.,   Ltd.
VOIR BOMB COMPANY.
WHITE ROCK NEWS.
n'iict:1y Stops  coughs,  cures  colds, snd  hesls
Cm -.hrc.t :.:. 1 luncs.        ::        ::        28 cents-
WHITE ROCK, Aug. 13.���Officials iron: the superintendent's ottice
of the Great Northern Railwaj Company were In White Rock last Wednesday Invesl I ;atii _ the n et-end
and crossing matter, as well .-is utlH-i |
details in connection with the published complaints reci ntly made by
residents here.
Mr. I-', w. Graham, Western Industrial Agent of the railway company, gave assurance that the crossings to the foreshore at n and C
streets. White Rock Townsite. would
immediately bo put into good order.
IL- also i\>'iit fully Into the delays of
freight shipments from New w--. i
minster and other points.
Assistant Koadmaster Houlter, accompanied .Mr. Graham and personally Inspected the street ends under
reference. Including that of tin
Johnston road, and stated that a
gang of men would be on the ground
iii a tew days and thai the work
would proceed undi r his personal
iiii ection,
A day or I wo pri ir to the \
the i allwnj  offli ta] ,   Pral flc Offii er
McColl,    oi the    Board ol   Raihva)
Commissioners,     al o vi d-    in
White   R ick   lo  invesl rei:"
compl lints an I  to loo t into I
nd   ions genera llj    -   111    oint,
Wh -I   school   open ���   tVhiti
sell ilai      rill
��� Imi    ���   the  nan Iso
cently completed   foi by ths
Pro* lm lal i lo* ernmei I ��� i Sim-
monds,    the ne*    p
with   the   highest   ri as to
ability  and expi
Hun  she will have about   i ���hii-
dren on the roll th a coming term.
No official opening of the new
school will take place till a little
later on when the minister of education is expected to be present. 6
...LOCAL ITEMS...
Mr. S. W. Fisher made a business
trip to Vancouver ou Tuesday.
Mr.  Quites  made  a  business  trip
to  Vain ouver on Monday.
Mr, Sydney Trust made a business
Utp to Vancouver on Monday.
Miss    Croforfi, of    Vancouver, is
lhe  guest  of  Miss  Lucile Hanford.
,. ;'. .:. MacKenzle, M.P.P., was
in Ladner on business, Thursday.
Mr. and  Mrs,  T.  Foster motored
to Vancouver on Tuesday,
.Miss M. Honeyman is visiting her
aur.c, Mrs. Honeyman, at East Helta.
Mr.  Munroe spent the week end
in Vancouver.
Miss Olga Kirkland is visiting in
Victoria.
Miss Dennis, of Boundary Bay, ls
visiting Mrs, Leary,
Mr. II.  Elliot, of Vancouver, was
a  visitor in  Ladner this week.
Mr.   i,  Johnson  motored  to Vancouver on business on  Monday.
Mrs. Mathew spent the week end
with her mother In Vancouver.
."Irs. Andrews,, of Porl Guichon,
returned   Monday  from   Vancouver,
Mr. Charles Parson spent Sunday
here.
Mr.     Dominic   Iltirns     spent  the
sveek end In Ladner,
Mrs.    Heath and    Mrs. strath en
spent  Sunday on  Lulu  Island,
Mr. T. Ladner spent the vieek end
here. I
Mr.   Kllbeit   spent  the  *feek  end
in  Vancouver.
Mr.   A.   T.   Fawcett   visited   Van-
couver on  Monday.
Mr.  Win. Pybus went to Vancouver on Tuesday.
Mr.  H,  J, Kirkland  visited  Vancouver on Tuesday.
Mrs   La Chance,  of White Rock,
is visiting Tier daughter.
Mrs. Cow-die. of Point Roberts, is
visiting friends in  Steveston.
Air. McLellan spent the week end
In Vancouver.
Mr.  U. A. McKee spent Monday
in Vancouver.
Air. Clarence Wilcox visited Vancouver  for th" wool*  end.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmhurst drove to
the races at Mlnoru on Friday.
Mrs.  ,1.  B.  Wilson   w.-ih a  visitor
in   l-'biirne on Sunday.
Miss  I,.  Aiills went to New  Westminster on Thursday,
Airs.   H.  Sinter visited  Vancouver
on Saturday, returning Sunday.
Mrs.  .1.   H.  Nelson,  of  Vancouver,
is the guest of Airs. J. Burnie.
Mrs.   Dickenson   was n visitor in
Vancouver on Monday.
Rev.  W.  C.  Whittaker spent  the
week  end  in  Vancouver.
Aliss   K.  Honeyman   visited  with
friends in Vancouver last week.
Mr.   B.   Arthur  nnd   family  spent
tho week end at Boundary Ray.
Mr. and Airs. Flllinger, of Port
flu;; hon, spent the week end In
Vancouver.
Mrs. Capt. Raker, of Vancouver,
spent Inst week visiting Mrs. Whitworth.
.Misses Feasant, of Vancouver,
spent several days visiting friends
in Delta,
Mr. Leonard Chaput spent the
week with his parents at Port Guichon.
Mr. and Airs. Devitt, of Barnston
Island, spent the week end with
Mrs. W. Bills,
The S.S. Birdswell loaded a cargo
of hay and grain on Saturday for
Victoria and the Island.
Airs. Dr. Wilson, of Vancouver,
was a visitor in Ladner Sunday and
Monday.
Aliss  Rath    and Air.
Rath,  of
Vancouver,  viisted  Airs.   Wm.  Rath
Airs. Hacker, of New Westminster, who was visiting Airs. A. ,T.
Parmiter, returned home last week.
Airs. AlcC'ormick, of Vancouver,
with her little boy, is visiting Airs.
McGregor.
Mr. Morrison, of New Westmin-*
ster, spent the week end at the
home of Airs. Howard.
Aliss Alyrtle Kirkland spent a few
days last week in Vancouver with
relatives.
Airs. M. Kilby, w-ho has been
visiting Mrs. BurnTe, returned to
���Vaneouver on Monday.
Dr. Woodley and party, of Vancouver, spent the week end at Boundary Bay.
Mr. Wm. Walters, with Mr. E,
Wenzel and Air. H. Jordon, motored
to Chilliwack on Sunday.
Aliss L, Whitworth made a trip
this week to Victoria on her father's
boat, the s.s. Birdswell.
Mr. elms. Conchire is visiting Air.
Mr. S. Ounn, of Vancouver, spent
Sunday at Mr. R, A. Column's farm,
farm.
Mr. J. Burnside, of Vancouver,
spent Sunday at Camp Napanete,
Alaple Reach.
and    Mrs.   Lester   Hornby,   at   East!     Mr.  W. A. Kirkland   was in town
Delta. I on   Tuesday.    He   wus   waiting   for
���  l the threshers.
Mr.   A.   Munn,   inspector   of  cus- j ���	
toms, wns in Ladner on Tuesday on '      Mrs.    Thos. MoNeely,     with  Airs.
business. j John McKee, motored to Vancouver
��� ��� on Tuesday afternoon.
Mr.    I).   McGillivray   and   Mr.   (',. I 	
Dennis    motored   to   "Vancouver  on I     Mr. Fraser. of the Fraser Cartage
Monday. j Co.,  Vancouver, motored  from  Van-
Mrs, Gol'orth nnd Mrs,  Reason, of
couver  on  business Tuesday.
Point   Roberts,   were  in   Ladner  on I      Father Chaput,  of Port Guichon,
Sunday, i n route to Chilliwack.       t motored to  Vancouver o.:  Monday,
���  I returning on Tuesday.
s,s.   Vow   Westham   unloaded   a I 	
cargo  for Lanning, Fawcett a WII-1     Mr.  and Airs. R.  A. Coleman are
son on Tuesday, receiving    congratulations    on    the
                             birth ol a daughter on Sunday.
There are fourteen threshing machines In operation on tie Delta tlilsj
year,
Mr. and Airs, N. A. Clyne, of Vancouver,   motored   to   Boundary   Ray,
'via New Westminster on Sunday last.
Mr.  and   Mrs.   I).  Woods,  of  Van- I 	
to iver,    .ore   visitors   in   Ladner  on        Mr.   H.   Davison,    of     Vancouver,
Tuesday, Uil" a visitor In I.adner for the week
  end.
Mr. il. Qlhson nnd Mr. L. Morrl- 	
son,  stuii.nts    of  McGill    College,      Mian La Chance wishes to r-nnounc*
Vancouver, snout "he work end with   ���'     millinery  opening  on   Saturday.
Mr. I-'. J. Robertson. ! Aug. 29, al her dressmaking parlors
  On Delta street.
Th"     'SldeDtfl Of Ladner continuo
to appreciate the more satisfactory      Mr. A. Divans, formerly of Ladner.
conditions   since    the   roads     have   was a visitor here on Tuesday.   Mr.
been oiled, Bvans  w:is in the full   uniform of
                        j his regiment,
Mr   Carson,   of the   Greal  West 	
I. io   Insurance   Company,   made   a       Mrs.  Clement and  Miss Margaret
business  trip to  Vanoouver Thurs-   Clement are spending a few days at
d">'��� Mrs.   Lanning's camp at' Boundary
                           Bay.
Dr, Campbell, of Vancouver, was
ii Lad '���-r Monday on business.
T ' ' r Is - intemplatlng opening
a ''  *   parlor.
Mrs Andrew Tufts, of Vancouver, and her two children spent a
few days last - ik visiting al tha
home of .Mrs. Clement,
ii G. Kldd, or Lulu Island, re-
t* rned bome  on   Saturday,   having
s 'i   lays  with   ber  aunt,
A       i Mel n a,
MI Green, of 'lie B.C. Telephone
Compan; returned to Ladner on
'i- idry having spent a week visiting in Vancouver.
A   Dominion  Government  survey
��� i-i-,- ~r ottaw"   'n charge of Mr
��� ��� , ��� -.,,..��� ���,   �������� ,   ������..- .,,,,,,, work  In
THE DELTA TIMES
THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1914,
Send for Five Roses
Cook Book���
COUPON
Writ* Name and AdJre�� plaintv
Don't forget t_> cl-dot*. Ten L-IlL*
in stamps
NAME OF DE-ALtR .
BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD IUCIPES carefully
chosen from thc contributions of over two thousand
Bucces.'-fu! users of Five Roses Flour throughout Canada.
Also Uaciul NotM on tSc various classca of f-ood things
to eat, all of which have been carefully checked and
re-checked by competent authority.
mui your Envelope to LAKE OF THE WOODS MjWfflj CO. LIMITED, WINNIPEG
LANNING, FAWCE1T & WILSON, LTD
LADNER. B. C.
Mrs. Sword, who has been visiting her mother, Miss Devereaux,
has returned to Victoria for a few
days.
Mrs. Thronswark returned to
town last week, having spent several
days with .Mrs. Lambert at her
camp at Boundary iiay.
Many  Vancouver  people camping      Mrs.   Wiggwi.   Photographer,   will
at Boundary Bay have broken camp resume  ner  weekly  visit  to  Ladner
owing to school starting next Mon- Tuesday,   Sept.   1.     Home   Portrait
day Studio,
Mrs. Foote, of Vancouver, who
has been visiting her mother, Mrs.
Brandrith, at Boundary Bay, returned home on Sunday,
Judge and Mrs. Teezel, of Toronto, and Mr. J. A. Harvey, K.C, and
Mrs. Harvey, ol Vanoouver, were the
guests of Mrs. D. A. McKee for the
week end.
E.\-Reeve Benson, who retur|ed
some weeks ago from the prairies
being some 150 miles northeast of
Calgary, reports that the crops
were only fair there. He heard of
Letter eiops in the northern parts
of Alberta.
For strawberry, raspberry and all
other fruit boxes try tbe British Columbia    Manufacturing    Co.,    New
Westminster, B.C. ������
Mrs. John McKee had as her
guests at Rosetta, last week, Mrs.
J. M. flraham and little daughters
Jean and Edith. Miss Milne, of
Vanoouver, is spending a few days
this week with Mrs. McKee.
Mr. Jack Thomas, of Chilliwack,
who formerly worked in the post
office lure and was with Mr. Rich
for some two years, has been called
j to the front. His many friends
| around here have noted the honor
that is his In being chosen as a part
of the gallant company that will
represent the Westminster Fusiliers
at the front.
Mr, and Mrs. Crane, of Vancouver, with Miss O'Neill, of San Francisco, were the guests of Mrs. T.
Foster on Sunday. The party motored to Boundary Bay for the day.
The dead body of Henry Jacobson,
a Russian Flnu, aged aj-out 55 years,
of Woodward's Landing, was found
early Sunday morning on the river
bank near the Star Cannery by Geo.
McGutfie, who notified the police at
Steveston. It Is believed that Jacob-
son fell into the Fraser river on Saturday night from the cannery wharf.
Coroner Jeffs has been notified and
an inquest may be held.
Mrs. Roberts bad as her guests
for the week end Miss K, McKenzie, of Vancouver, and the Misses
Tina and Emma .McKenzie, of Armstrong. B.C.
RECRUITS STIIJ, SIGNING.
Mr, E. T. Calvert has been appointed customs and Immigration
prevention officer at Boundary Bay.
Thii nosltion l'-is just been opened
and is mostly to prevent foreigners
from  crossing the  border.
Mr. IT. Wrenn, of Mission, was in
Lar'ner on Wednesday in the interest
of the Dominion govern ment regarding tht inspection ol obnoxious
v\ (���( ds on the Delta.
Miss Mny York needs the suppor-t
of tardy Ladnerltes, as she is fifth
from first, and wants to regain her
position In heading the list in tho
World contest.
For all Building Supplies and Fuel
Oil. apply to the B.C. Transport Co.,
Ltd.. SOB Westminster Trust Build-
IflB, Office phone 826; wharf phone
S80.
Vacnnclo** Left in 104th By Overseas
Contingent Are Rapidly Being
Filled.
(From the British Columbian)
Recruiting for the vacancies In
the local regiment caused by i
number volunteering for foreign ser-
vice is still filing on at the Bark und
every day sees the number lessened
and new men signing to serve their
country. On Saturday last, Major
Coote. of the Chilliwack companies
vired to the Garden City that fourteen additional men would be acceptable to him. Three hours later the
men were on board a B. C. E. R. car
on their way to join the regiment.
Recruits are a:so coming In from
the different outlying districts and
centres throughout the Fraser Valley
and the 125 men wanted to again
bring the regiment to full strength
should be enrolled before tho end of
the week.
Mr, J. Vt". Cunningham, of 'lhe
British Columbian, New Westminster, with Mrs. Cunningham and
Mr, Malcolm Maber and Miss Baber,
motored to Ladner on business on
Tuesday,
Dr, W, C McKecbnie, of Vancouver, was in Ladner on Thursday.
Mrs. McKechnie, mother of the doctor, who hns been ill nt the home
of her niece, Airs. Clement, returned to town with him, feeling much
better after her visit here.
PLACATING THE POLES.
ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 15.���
(via London)���With the view of removing the apprehensions of the
Poles in Ittissia, Germany and Austria-Hungary, and of gaining their
friendship i'i the last two mentioned
oountr'es, the Grand Duke Nicholas
Niclmi-ivitoh, commander-in-chief of
the Russian army, issued an order
today to the effect that all Poles
showing loyalty to the Slav eaus"
would be specially protected by the
Russian  army and  "overnment.
Miss L. Hanford returned Monday from Vancouver, where she has
been visiting friends for several
days.
Miss  La  Chance spent  the  week 	
end in Vancouver. On Saturday Fishermen al the mouth of the
Miss La Chance attended the millin- river report that the sockeye run Is
ery openings there. nearing  nn   end  and  that   thi.s  has
  been   a   very  bad   season   for   them.
Misses Tina and Emma McKenzie, On Sundny 200 sockeyes and 150
ef Armstrong, B.C., and Miss K. reds constituted thc catch at Canoe
McKenzie. of Vancouver, spent the Pass. The average was twenty to
week end witb Mrs. Roberts. a boat.
st; ie here 'dr s me time, has answered 'he call for volunteers and
has enlisted in the Ambulance
Corps at Vancouver. Mr. Morgan
hnd belonged to it In England before coming to this country.
Misser, Edna nnd Gladys Lanning
nnd Master Ralph, who have been
visiting their aunt for the past
three weeks, returned home with
their mother, Mrs. L. Lanning, of
Vancouver, who spent the week end
at the camp of Mrs. Lanning, at
Boundary Bay.
, I OXnOV, Aug. 19.���An official
nlessage received in Rome from Vienna says the Austrian cruiser _"��nta
was sunk in *> naval battle off An I-
varl I st '���������pi'-M. Bccordifl. to a d***-
���-.-...      ���  ��� .   ....
DELTA   HOTEL.
J. H. Moorhouse, Ottawa.
K. H. Robb, Ottawa.
ii. \\*. Harris and wife, Vanoouver.
Dr. tnd Mrs. A. A Wilson, Vancouver.
Sh//ohM
The   fs*mi!y  remedy   f''r   Coughs   and   Coldn
Sr.all  dorr..     %mtU   b^-t.lc.     Beet  since   1870
THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD
WE CARRY THE BEST LINES OF
Farming Implements
dn the market, and can ship to you without delay Frost
& Wood and Deering Binders, Cast and Steel Skein
Wagons, Gasoline 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. CEO. T. BAKER, of
Ladner, or Phone us Direct:
T.J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
p, '���   Implement Dept.     691
mones:  ( Genera, Hardware   59
New Westminster    -    -    -   B. C.
A
Closing Out Sale
OF THE FIRM OF
Denny & Ross
After the End of August the New Company Will
Take Over Thii Business
We kave less than a month to sell over Twenty Thousand
Dollars worth of FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINO-
LEUM, DRAPERIES, ETC. These goods will be
delivered to your home at less than you can buy direct
from the factory.
Here Is a Sample of Our Price Cutting
Mahogany Chiffonier, Colonial style, sells from $31.00 to
$35.00.    Closing Out Price  $25.00
6-ft. Extension Tables, from    $5.75
Mahogany Parlor Suites, five pieces, upholstered in green
velour, regular $35.00, for $26.00
Dining and Bedroosn Furniture at one-third off regular
prices.   Carpets at saving prices.
Scotch Inlaid Linoleum, in wice selection of patterns;
regular $1.25 per yard.    ClosingOut Price, yard 85c
Denny & Ross
THE BIG FURNITURE STORE
Corner Sixth and Carnarvon Streets
New Westminster
DROWN ED  IN   RIVKH.
Monday, Aug. 17.
While out flshitiK last night In the
Fraser river, Eugene Mercer, a carpenter residing on Ninth street, who
was forced by the slackness In Ills
trade to take to fishing to support
liis Family, was drowned about t>.;ilj
o'clock. As Mercer was lasting hls
net near the Surrey shore, opposite
the city, he lost hls balance and fell
overboard and wns drowned before
help could reach bim.
Efforts wore intuit* Inst night by
.:ii t fishermen to recover the body
by means of grappling Irons, but up
to this time their efforts have proved
futile. Today the Surrey police are
assisting In the search.
An investigation is being carried
On :is to the cause of the drownltm
TBCK WILL SERVE.
LONDON, Aug. 1!).���Prince Alexander of Teck, governor-general-
designate of Canada, called at the
Colonial office today. It is reported that his serene highness Intends
proceeding on active service.
BOY'S NARROW ESCAPE.
I-'-iMIiik From Log, l-Utle I.ml Is Carl-ted Down Strewn Mut Manages
to Scramble Ashore.
EBURNE, Point Grey, Aug. 15 -
A narrow escape from drowning was
experienced yesterday afternoon by
"Francie," the seven-year-old eon of
Mr. Frank Dumaresq, but by great
pluck the little fellow succeeded In
gaining the shore ln an exhaus'id
condition.
It appears tbat he and another
small boy, Lloyd McKay, were riding
on a log In the North Arm of the
Fraser River, when the log roIlhiE
over, precipitated Francle into the
stream. His companion managed to
bang on and climbed back on to the
log, which he navigated to the titote,
where he spread the alarm.
In the meantime, little Oninareso
had been carried down stream about
half a mile by the current. H*re
his swimming ability enabled htm l"
make the river bank, whern he was
found by one of the searci party,
quite exhausted.

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