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Array THE DELTA TIMES
Volume 7
LADNER, B. C. fiATUR DAY, JUNE 1,1912.
$1.00 A YEAR.
GOOD CLEAN
LACROSSE
Wost-iam Islanders Defeat Lwlner by
Score of Six Goals to One in
a  Fine  Game.
In a good clean game of lacrosse
at Westham Island, on Thursday,
May 23rd, the Westham Island boys
had the better of Ladner by a score
of six to one. The class of game
put up may be guaged from the fact
that only from minor penalties ot
three minutes each were handed out,
,11 to Ladner players, the Westham
[aland sports having a clean sheet.
There was a good attendance, quite
a number uf Ladner people Journeying down by road to see the contest.
The special steamer was not so well
patronized as it might have been.
and it seems a pity that when Capt.
"Firewater, like the great sport he Is,
runs the steamer down specially, It
.-hould not be better patronized.
The lineup.
I^adner. Westham Island.
Goal.
J, Guichon M. Palmer
Point.
H. Guichon __. Tamboline
Cover Pofnt.
F.  Guichon J. Trim
First Defence.
Ray Hutchison J.  Savage
Second Defence.
Hugh  Burr C.  H. Trim
Third Defence.
V.  Guichon Sam Savage
Centre.
Claud Macleod W. Savage
Third Home.
Len Kirkland C. Trim
Second Home.
Frank Smith .Harry Wright
First Home.
Phil  Guichon Hugh  Savage
Outside.
R. Wilson A. Trim
Inside.
H   Smith W. Tamboline
Referee���Bob Kitson, East Delta.
Timekeepers���(Kelly,   Ladner;   Geo.
London,  Westham Island.
Goals Scored.
First    quarter���1,    L.    Tamboline,
(Westham Island).
Second quarter���2, Harry Wright,
(IWestha mlsland); 3, Sam Savage,
(Westham Island); 4, R. Wilson.
(I.adner).
Third quarter���-5, L. Tamboline,
(Westham Island); 6, L. Tamboline,
(Westham Island).
Fourth quarter���7, L. Tamboline,
(Westham Island).
COUNCIL
MEETING
Willi Reeve Benson In Olutir Council
Transact Regular Business on
Monday  NlgtH.
A meeting of the Delta Municipal
Council was held on Monday, May
i'th, in t'he council chambers. The
new reeve was in the chair and all
the councillors in attendance. The
minutes of the previous meeting were
duly  read  and  adopted.
A communication from the Great
Northern Railway, with regard to culverts for water piping on the Oliver
Road, was read. The company desired information as to the size of
piping which the municipality required and the clerk was instructed
to write  with the  information.
Mr. John McKee was granted per-
mb*s'on to 'ay a sew*er pipe aer*>#*
t'he Slough Road under tie approval
of  the  road  foreman.
Dr. King was appointed Medical
Health   Officer  for   the   municipality.
The clearing of roads on Tilbury
Island was left in the hands of Councillor  Patterson.
On motion it was decided to raise
all water rates fifty per cent, with a
deduction of one-third to those who
pay their rates quarterly tn advance.
This means that those so paying will
be charged at the old rates, while
ratepayers falling to avail themselves
of this opportunity will be charged
a  half more.
The Municipal Hall Bylaw and the
Road Machinery Bylaw, which were
recently submitted to the ratepayers
and received their sanction, were formally given their final reading and
passed.
The clerk was Instructed to call
for applications for the position of
enirineer on  the road  roller.
The usual monthly accounts were
passed and authority given for the.'r
payment.
The council then adjourned till
June 8th.
THE NEW
COUNCILLOR
Mr. George Dennis Defeat* Mr. Janio
Savage by the Narrow Majority
of Three Votes.
The voting on last Saturday
to fill the vacancy caused by
the resignation of Mr. John Oliver,
as reeve, the unanimous election oC
Mr. H. D. Benson as his successor
and the consequent retiral of Mr.
Benson as a councillor, led to a most
interesting contest. As a result, Mr.
George Dennis, farmer, of East Delta,
j"-*t beat Mr. James Savage, of Westham Island, by the narrow majority
Of three votes. The poll closed as
f .'.lows:
Mr.   Dennis       l-'l
V.r.   Savage       US
Majority          3
While the election was a quiet one
the many friends of both candidates
worked hard. The election of either
would have been an acquisition to
the Council Board. There being only
one vacancy, however, one had necessarily to be defeated at the polls.
The new councillor has a host of
friends and can be depended on to
render good service to the municipality. The defeated candidate, Mr.
Savage, of Westham Island, was probably scarcely so well-known in the
more populous part of the community. Nevertheless, he made a magni-
cent fight and the day is not far
distant when Westham Island will
have a Westham Island man to represent it on the municipal council.
Meanwhile the present council can
be relied on to see that the wonderfully fertile island has every consideration.
STEVESTON NEWS.
TO ADOPT NEW .SYSTEM.
KBtiRNE. Point Grey, May 21���It
has been decided hy the provincial
public works department to install an
up-to-date system of opening and
closing the Sea Island and the Lulu
Islanfl bridges, whieh will take the
place of the present slow ar.d cum-
h rsome hand method.
This subject has heen agitating the
: eople of both Richmond and Point
Giey for a considerable period, and
some time ago President Ohurchlll
nnd the members of the council of the
Richmond and Piint Grey board of
trade took Provincial Bridge Inspector Napier .an'*! Provincial Road Superintendent McBride over the bridged and explained the'position to them
T'"e government representatives nt
the time extpresed the opinion that the
scheme wns feasible nnd a few **ai*s
ago Mr. Churchill received B communication stntlng that the depirtment
had docHed tn Install an up-to-date
sy?t.>m oif openlre* nr-'rt clyw-ln-g I'1'1
brldnes. It was added, however, that
this  would  take some  lime.
CRESCENT BEACH NEWS.
RL-VCKIE SPIT, May 27.���The fine
weather after the spell of rain
���brought a large number of visitors out
on the G. N. R. special for the holiday. Fully 400 grown ups and children were to be seen playing and
prancing under the trees on the beach
Besides the number arriving on the
special, numerous automobiles and
rig< were seen. Even the homely
farm wagon being proceed into service
for the holiday, bringing a big party
from the country district-
Bathing, boating and various games
went on all the day, the children especially Jel'gh'.lng |n paddling and a
happy and contented cto-wH departed
on the special at 7:15 all evidently
having spent ar. enjoyable day and
showing the benefits of the sea air on
the beach.
Capt. W'Plants opened his store although not completed and considering
the trade done in candles, soft-drinks
and ice cream, which unfortunately
gave out befoTe the day was finlsh-
e'd, the store was evidently appreciated by tie visitors.
Bu lilng is still going on briskly
and several new houses will be commenced tills coming week as well as
additions to several of the luingalinws
already up. The residents are moving in f r the summer and soon the
beach will !"iik ciiite lively with the
bathing, boating, etc.
Last week, Mr. J. M. Steves, one
of our most noted dairy farmers In
the vicinity of Steveston, had his farm
looked over by a government dairy
expert from Victoria, who was anxious
to inspect the results of Mr. Steves'
experiment in the cultivation of alfalfa. He got the desired Information
and took away specimens of the crop
grown on the farm. Mr. Steves started experimenting with alfalfa two
years ago and is perfectly satisfied
with the resutsl in the growth of this
valuable  cow   feed.
Much regret has been expressed
at the tragic death of Charlie Salner,
an old-timer here, who was burned
in the bush up at Rock Bay, about
150 miles north of Vancouver.
Carl Anderson aocldently drowned
off the Federation Cannery; Lackie
Mct-ean and the late Mr. Marine have
also passed away. "All were well
known and liked and have made many
friends  here.
THE DELTA
HOMEBREWS
CRYSTAL
INDUSTRIAL
WEDDING DEVELOPMENT
The    Triple    Ix*nys*ue    "Shamrocks,'
"Beavers" nn(i "Maple I-enfs,"
Delivering the Goods.
Mr.   and   Mrs.   George   W.   London   Dominion Match Company's New Fao��
Receive Many Congratulations tory at New Westminster Is
on Happy Kvent. Nearing Completion.
I
This paper regrets exceedingly that
the lacrosse matches in the Delta
league being played on Friday evenings makes it impossible to give details of the results until the following
week. The three teams who are in
the league���the Shamrocks, of East
Delta; the Beavers, of Ladner, and
the Maple Leafs, of Westham Island
���are all comprised of pure "homebrews." who play the game for the
love of it, and good clean sporting
lacrosse always marks these contests.
The lineup for the match on Friday.
May 31. between the Shamrocks and
the Maple Leafs was as follows:
Shamrocks. Maple   Leafs.
Goal.
F.  Weaver M, Palmer
Point.
Bob  Kittson 1_.  Tamboline
Cover Point.
F. Dennis J. Trim
First  Defence.
John Condy J. Savage
Second Defence.
S.   Weaver H.   Savage
Third Defence.
H.  Brown C. H. Trim
Centre.
L.  Dennis W. Savage
Third Home.
D. Honeyman S. Savage
Second Home.
G. Dennis C.  Trim
First Home.
S.  Honeyman H. Wright
Outs.de.
R. Kittson iW. Tamboline
Inside.
J. Brown A. Trim
Referee���W. H. Wilson, Ladner.
FOREST FIRES RAGE.
WINNIPEG, May 30.���The fiercest
forest iires in years are raging in the
country north of the Saskatchewan
river. To the north of Prince Alberty
ity the Hudson Bay Railway survey
ci'.nps have been destroyed along
with their outfits. Much valuable
tim' er lias also been burned.
MONDAY A HOMDAV
VICTOR-A, May 2S..���O-.i Monday
June 3. the King's birthday, there will
he a statutory hollflay, all government
l-ulhllngs throng '.out the province being el fed.
A XEW BRUNSWICK JUDGE.
VICTORIA, May 30.���His Honor
W. W. Wells, county court judge of
Westmoreland a.r.'d Kent, New Brunswick, is or. a visit to the capital. Judge
Wells has been on the bench of New
Brunswick for the past nineteen
veins Previous to that time he
pract'sed his profession in Dorchester
and Moncton.
RECORD  CROPS FOR RICHMOND.
Prospects for Harvest Very Promising
���Trade Is Good Over in
Steveston.
STEVESTON, May 27.���The prospects for a record harvest all over
Lulu Island ls most promising. Rain
and sun alternate and every climatic
influence tends to the promotion of
growth. Indeed, so much so that one
extensive farmer feigns lurking alarm
at the anticipation of much labor ln
extirplng the luxuriant and prolific
weeds which threaten his potato
cpors.
To show how the season has advanced outside vegetation in Richmond this year, Mr. Walker, of the
Emporium, cut his first full bloomed
rose last Saturday. In previous years
he was never able to do so until the
middle  of June.
Mr. Tom Lynn, the race horse
trainer, who broke his leg ln a runaway at Mlnoru Park, whilst training
a trotting mare, is reported mending
well at St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver.
The work at the jetty is being conducted under exceptionally favorable
weather conditions and making marked progress.
Messrs. Wilbur Windsor, C. J.
Black and Scott McDonald, were visiting in town recently, down from thc
new cannery at Bargain Bay, Jervi-
Inlet.
Trade is good all over Steveston.
There is a well accredited report
abroad here that the B.C.E.R. Company are about to run a special boa!
between Steveston and Vancouver Island. It Is stated to be the intention
of the company to convey freight and
passengers and connect with their
tram line at a port on the Island.
This would make Steveston a terminal
point and Indicates the trend of the
B.C.E.R. development schemes.
Th0 Progress Club have taken the
matter   up   with   the   B.C.iE.R.   ol'ti-
The new lacrosse club, dubbed thc
Renchers, will play their Iirst game at
South Vancouver tomorrow, Tuesday
night. Upon their exhibition will de-
pend their entran te In the South Vancouver League, and aspiratinns for the
cup, ..Mr. Louis London Is captain of
the new aggregation and the boys may
bt. credited with making a determined
effort  to  win  tlic ir spura
Real estate has been fairly busy
last .week and a numb, r of deals have
in en  put through bj        ii   .    nt��.
The canneries are busy manufacturing tins* tor the coming fish catch,
which is expected to be a big one.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Landon cele
brated the fifteenth anniversary of
their wedding on Saturday evening, |
when they entertained over a hundred
of th"ir friends. The spacious
grounds of "The Maples" were beau-
tifu'ly lighted with Chinese lanterns.
A very elaborate dinner was served
in the dining room, th,. tables being
decorated with pink and white carnations and lilies with a beautifully
decorated bride's cake, occupying the
place of nonor. After ample justice
had been done to the many good
things provided toasts to the hr.de
and groom were heartily Joined In
by all.
The evening was spent in games,
music and dancing, until the near
approach of Sunday caused all to
hapten  their  departure.
Many and useful were the tokens
of congratulation and best wishes
given to the bride, all being of cut
glass. The following is a partial list
of the charming gifts:
Mr. and Mrs. Albertson. Bohemian
fruit stand; Mr. and Mrs. F. Kirkland,
salad bowl; Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson,
salad bowl; Mr. and Mrs. H. Trim,
water Jug; Mr. and Mrs. N. Lee,
fern pot; Miss N. Palmer, spoon
tray; Misses R. and D. Cederberg,
flower vase; Mr. and Mrs. c. H.
Trim, water pitcher; Messrs. Garrlck,
Colston and Douglas, half dozen water
glasses; Mr. and Mrs. J. Tamboline,
bonbon dish; Mr. and Mrs. J. Sims,
sugar and cream jug; Mr. and Mrs.
H. Bowing, pepper and salt cellars;
Miss M. Cotton, bonbon dish; Mr.
and Mrs. H. Savage, fruit dish; Miss
C. Swenson, popper and salt set; Mr.
W. Barns, vinegar bottle; Mr. and
Mrs. C. London, two jelly dishes;
Miss S. Williams, bonbon dish; Mr.
and Mrs. J. Savage, vinegar bottle;
Mr. and Mrs. G. Fait, bonbon dish;
Messrs J. Tiffin and I. Thorsen.
sugar and cream bowls; Miss L. Tamboline, wineglasses; Mr. H. Williams,
spoon tray; Miss M. Pybus, lemonade
set; Mr. and Mrs. K. Davis, water
pitcher; Mr. and Mrs. J. Gllmore,
fruit set; Mrs. E. Rutherford, pair
vases; Mr. and Mrs. Frew, liquer set
and tray; Master A. Landon, vinegar
bottle; Miss V. Savage, automizer;
Mr. .H. Pedin, lemonade set and table
mirror; the lacrosse boys, salad bowl;
Ml* A.  Webster, knife rests.
CANADA'S ROYAI/TIES  INSPECT \T3TERAXS.
O-N-DVS ROY.-I-TU-S INSi'rA-* i _a'_-i_,i_
It has been very difficult to get Canada's Governor-General and his wife and family altogether for a good picture. In the "hove however, can be seen the Duke of Connaught. the Duchess and ,heir daughter the Princess
Patricia, on the steps of St. James Cathedral, Toronto, viewing the march past of the veterans of the Northwest
Rebellion, the Fenian Raid and South Africa, after they had attended divine service in the cathedral. The gen-
'   .nm on the right is the Rev. Canon Plumtree, the officiating clergyman.
MURDEROUS  HUSBAND,
VICTORIA, May 29.���-iLadysmlth
was thrown Into a frenzy of excitement at 11 o'clock tonight by an attempted triple murder antl suicide.
One of the victims is believed to be
la ally   Injured   and      the     attempted
murderer is n it expected to -������������ i "er
fr in self-lnfllcti .1 bounds,
The pi r: si. ator of the lei d w is
Joseph Allsopp, who had beer, married h s�� than bwo years. He was
separated from his young wife and
child    several    months   a.-o.       A.lsot>n
transfer barge to Ladysmlth tonight.
He Immediately visited the home of
his m itlur-in-law, fired two bullet"?
into the breast inf his Wife, tired at
but mlssid the baby and, entering the
kitchen of the home, Hre'd one shot
Into the body of his mother-ln-laiw,
Mrs. A. M. Hutchinson, a widow. Allsopp then left the house and on the
verandah fired two bullets, into hin
own body.
No hope is entertained for the recovery of his wife or of the man who
did the shooting, who is believed to
be Inisane, as he attempted suicide two
months ago.
ROBINSON COMMITTED.
Former    South    Vancouver     School
Trustee Sent up for Trial	
Ball is $20,000.
^ VANCOUVER, B. C, May 30���
Spencer Robinson, former South
Vancouver school trustee, was remanded for trfal in a higher court on
charges of forging school documents
by Magistrate Alexander yesterday af
ternoon. Ball bonds totalling twenty
thousand dollars were remanded and
us one of the former bondsmen refused to act longer in this capacity,
it was late last night before the accused could provide the necessary
amount.
The amount involved in the warrant 'alleged to have been forged is
{7000. There was a surplus of $8000
over and above the amount to be
paid out, and this surplus, according
to Frederick Cocrofi, a contractor,
was split between himself and Robinson. Following this admission,
Magistrate Alexander gave it as his
opinion that Cocroft should bo arrested for theft,
This stop was not taken, although
Cocroft was bouu I oyer to appear as
i witness when the trial is sontlnued,
lie furnished $6000 bail bonds.
At the preliminary trial yesterday,
Secretary Kirkland. of the school
board, was called upon to explain
the methods of keeping the school
accounts. He stated thai Robinson
was one of the very tew persons who
had access to the papers, and that
it must have been the same person
who iiu'ge.i tin; architect's name to
the   Incriminating    certll. ate     who
later abstracted tile certificate and
substituted a genuine "arrant for an
amount J30i'0 lest. This was corroborated b) Mr. .ins idi Bowman,
the   muuiciii.il   architect.
Aa chief witness for the crown,
I Frederick Cocroft was the centre of
interest. The false warrant for $*,-
000 had been made mil lo him, ami
be admitting knowing that it was irregular. He received ii Li*.>in Robinson himself, cashed it and placed the
$3000 surplus lo his own credit.
Then he gave Robinson a blank
cheque, whicn be said was to be
filled In with the amount overpaid,
and returned  to  the school  board.
The industries surrounding the
Royal City of New Westminster are
rapidly increasing in number and Importance.
In the very heart of the best Industrial section of Sapperton the Dominion Match Company are erecting one
of the largest and best equ.pped factories on the Pacific Coast. The site
selected is an ideal one. bounded on
the east by the Brunette river, on the
north by the road to Fraser Mills on
the south by the Great Northern Railway and the C.P.R. Railway, wnich
cross at this point, and intersected by
the Fraser Mills branch of the B.C.
E.R., which will be In operation in
a   month.     Transportation   facilities
surpassing those possessed by the Dominion Match Company can hardly
be possible. This five-acre site directly across the Brunette from the Vancouver and Prince Rupert abattoir, is
one of the most valuable on the Fraser
river. The amount of work that has-
been done in clearing during the past
few months is almost incredible, and
where six months ago virgin forest
stood, a huge factory with railway
spurs and all the conveniences that
modern commercial enterprise could
suggest is rapidly nearing completion.
The mam building is 200 feet long by
100 feet broad and two stories in
htght. The most perfect care in the
erection has been taken to secure a
building of Immense strength and fire
resisting Qualities. Huge fourteen by
sixteen timbers resting on 400 piles
driven to a depth of fifteen feet are
used in the frame work. The mate- ���
riat used on both floors is two by
four lumber set on edge to form a
solid four-inch flooring. The floors
have yet to receive a coat of asphalt
and sand to make them fireproof.
The amount o" material used and the
cost of contsruction may be guaged
when it is remembered that 80,00-0
feet of lumber are being used for
each floor. On the ground floor of
the main building, which will be used
exclusively for the match-making
plant, there are thirty large windows
and six large entrances. On the
upper floor there are 36 windows.
The upper flooring is strongly Te/n-
forced by iron girders which can be
tightened If desired, giving the most
perfect rigidity to the whole budding.
Work on the roo. is in full swing.
Construction has also been com*
menced at the veneering shop, a
building which will be 100 feet by
50 feet, and which faces the Brunette
Ri'ver. A pond will be constructed
under this building os that the logs
may be floated in from the river. A
commencement has also been made on
the chemical building, which will
cover a floor space of '20 feet by 40_
feet. It will be entirety fireproof, anils being placed back from the main
building to obviate any risk, Throughout the entire factory electric power
Will be utilized.
It is intended at firts to limit the
output to one carload a day. but the
factory has been built purposely for
the future and has sufficiently accommodation to handle five carloads
of matches a day The estimated
profit on match--'- m inufactured by
the Parker Process is $2.S'! a case.
There are 500 cases in a carload ami
this works out as* a profit of $1,415
on each carload. Thus with an output of only one carload a day on
300 working days, a yearly profit of
$4.2-4,500 or 4'" per cent, on the capital stock oi' $1,000,000. On the single
carload a day output basis SO penp'""
will be employed. It i.s expected that
the month of August will see the
ta itory under full blast.
The regitsered office of the coin*
pany'ls at Nos. 6 and ~. Bank if Coni-
merde Building, New Westmlnsti r,
and imong the directors are Mayer
Lee and Alderman White, last year
'.'.', Bid. nt of the New Westminster
Board of Trade.
it is understood that arrangements
��� had " " practically completed for
the erection of three factories III
Eastern Canada by subsldlarj companies. Th,. Dominion Match Company,  Ltd., as the present company,
ree, s\ lug ,">l per ia nt. ol the sto "a
in payment if patent rights and the
subs I lis r;    lompai li -   tne   r mail  ng
49   per   cent
Mure Ra_j._ voh *. ,\. u.
M1W Ml'MOI'M.     HALL  PLANS.
VANCOUVER     n.     '*.     May   30���
Mr.   T.   G   .Holt   executive   agent   of
the   Canadian   Northern    Railway,   is
advised that a steamer with a cargo
of  50t0   tons  of rails  for  the  Pacific
I section  of     the  road     will  sail     next
month from Sydney, Cape Breton, for
1 I ort   Mann.    Tbe   vessel   is   exp<?ctid
j to reach  its destination  in  August.
The rails will be used in laying the
tracks from Hope to Yale a dlstanc-
of  35  miles.   Other vessels with  similar cargoes  will follow  later  In  the
summer.
The  municipal  council  on  Mond iy
nlghl   i : ipted  the  deslgi tted
by  Mr   A.  C impbell   I fope,   ir ihite t.
for   the   new   munlci] al   ha I,   I i   be
. ri il 3 heri-.    Plana and sp ms
In  detail   will     e   res ij   '     June   s.
the nexl mi eting o ' the c luncll.    The
new home for Delta's governing body
will     mtali    i     luncll    ham'bei       w-
mii tee ro >ms, clerk's prival    ind gen-
. es, and ���' large vault.
���i enient la( itory  iccon
datlon,    ' n   the  lo*��i r   '4* i md,  floor
.......       Iii     ... . ��� ��� three ci "���".
mrt, i m ���.'sir ite's r i im
and the engineer's quarters, and here
will also be Installed the heating apparatus. The top Boor will be arranged tor assembly hall purposes
IXVISTH-ATION   IS   ASKED.
MONTRFA1-, May 3".���As the result of the arrest of two city assist tut
paymasters, charged with padding
pay sheets, the City Council will be
asked to hold an official Investigation into several departments. Complaints are made that certain bills
have not been paid by the city for six
years.
II THE DELTA TIMES
SATURDAY, JUNE 1. 1912.
Read the
owinq Facts About
%9   	
Match flaking
__-___-_H______B-__---_-_____--__--____-_-_-___H
Then Invest Your Money in the Dominion Hatch Company, Ltd.
Large factory Now Being Built at City Limits of New Westminster
EDDY, OF HULL, CANADA, hns been burnt out four times, yet he is still
doing an enormous business, and paying big dividends.
BRYANT <fc MAY, OF LONDON, ENGLAND, obtain all of their wood for
making matches from the United States, and all of their wood for making
match boxes eoines from Russia, yet they have made their stockholders rich
and are still paying big dividends.
THE DIAMOND MATCH COMPANY OF AMERICA paid five million dollars for their patents for making matches' and incorporated their company
for seven million five hundred thousand dollars. Their profits were so
large that they have paid out in dividends to their stockholders forty
million dollars, and also paid as a bonus eight million five hundred thousand
dollars in stock.
THE GOVERNMENT OF FRANCE, realizing the enormous profits in match
making, built its own plant and last year made a net profit of six million
dollars.
NOW
If these companies can pay, and do pay big dividends to their stockholders,
with the process of manufacture they have, whereby the process of turning
out a finished match' takes fourteen different operations, with 40 per cent,
loss in material, and whereby they have to asesmble all of their matches by
hand, and it takes 150 persons to put the matches in their boxes sufficient to
make a carload a day, and pay $65.00 per thousand board feet for their wood,
while we pay $5.00 per thousand board feet
THEN WHAT DIVIDENDS CAN THE DOMINION MATCH CO., LTD.,
OF B.C., PAY TO*THEIR SHAREHOLDERS?
Manufacturing matches with the Parker's continuous process, where it eliminates the handling of tho matches by hand altogethr, has only one continuous
operation, uses wood that costs only $5.00 per thousand board feet, and turns out
the perfect finished match with less than ono-half the help.
WHEN WE SAY THE DOMINION MATCH CO., LTD., OF B.C., WILL
BE ABLE TO PAY 25 PER CENT. TO ITS STOCKHOLDERS WE  ARE MORE THAN
CONSERVATIVE.
There is no company in the world will be able to produce matches as cheaply
as our own B.C. Company. The Dominion Match Co., Ltd.' owne the patents
that will revolutionize the match industry of the entire world, and if you have
the farsightedness to see into the future, and have that faculty of puttinfc
your money in an investment that will pay you big dividends
YOU WILL BUY STOt 3. IN THE DOMINION MATCH COMPANY. LTD.,
OF B.C.
The factory is now being built at New Westminster, and when completed
will turn out one carload of matches a day, and as thc business warrants it, the
capacity of the plant will be gradually increased.
The Dominion Match Co., Ltd., are the owners of the Parker's continuous
process for making matches. By a continuous process it meant a mechanical
device whieh receives the wood at one end and turns out a perfect finished
match at the other. By this process we can use the cheapest kind of wood,
such as alder, spruce, Cottonwood, etc.
It will be just as impossible for the present manufacturers of matches to
compete with us as it is for the cobbler to compete with the machine-made
shoes. The following will give you the cost of making matches by Parker's
Continuous Process (which is ours) and the Diet- Process now used by match
makers of today.
We will take for example the cost of making the perfect, finished match
by the case. A case of matches holds 144 boxes containing 500 matches each,
A-hieh will sell at wholesale for $4.50 per case.
COST PER CASE.
Parker's Process      Die Process
Our Process       Present Process
Making Matches
Wood Cases  $ ,16V* $ .16%
Wood  10 1.30
Chemicals  55 .55
Paraffine    12% .12%
Cardboard for trays and covers 37 % .37 %
Printing, wrapping' glue, ink, sand, etc 08% .08%
Labor, repairs, etc 27% .02%
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Totals   $1.67 %
$3.22%
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Deduct $1.67% from $4.50 and you will see we will make a profit of $2.83
per case.
There are over 500 cases of matches in a carload. This means a profit
of $2.83 per case.
There are over 500 cases of matches in a carload. This mean* a profit
of $1,415 per car. Figuring 300 working days each year, there will be a profit
of $424,500 annually. (Understand this is only on one carload per day) or
42 per cent, on the entire capital stock.   .   These figures are not guess work.
Note that the saving by our process in the cost of wood alone is $1.20 per
case���there being 500 cases in a carload means a saving in this one item of
$600 per carload, or $180,000 annually.
There is not a company today in the match making business that can
produce or manufacture matches as cheaply as The Dominion Match Co., Ltd.,
because the machines are so constructed that they eliminate the handling of
matches by hand and use wood that costs us from $5 to $10 per thousand feet
as against $65 to $80 per thousand feet for white cork pine used by other
manufacturers. The saving in material and labor by our process is enormous,
which will enable us to pay big dividends.
Fill out the Coupon below and mail it at once and we will tend
you free or cost a booklet giving full information regarding the
Dominion Match Co., Ltd., of New Westminster, B. C.
COUPON
Messrs. Newton & Bristol,
Delta Hotel,
Ladner;
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Westminster, B- C.
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THI. DELTA TIMES
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...LOCAL ITEMS...
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-VIIbb i_. Plow****- paid a visit to Vancouver mi  l-'ritiiiy  last.
Howard  Btob,   have-now   installed
machine  fur   making  covered   buttons. 	
IPaul   I/Jdncr   and   his   wife    were
,a���K   ii   few   days   at   the   Delta
Hotel in the earlier .part of the we.k.
Messrs Wrlghtson and Evans ��� re-
nently purohae-a a new steed at New
NV,i-t'iriinster. Ask them their Opinion ot it- 	
Poor "id Dobbin, the dandelion
-������..,. f-fms to be thriving m the
neita air. Alas! however, his want
,, reapeot i"f M* 8u(jd kln<* masl<;r
may l, ad him to jiastim-s new.
Mrs.  HWrvnr. of Xew Westminster,
',,i-i camped  at  Boundary  Bay
for tl"1' P"st twenty years during the
nmer months, was a visitor to Lad-
-   th*,   week,   aefompanied   by   her
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Mr_. Arthur anil Mis. Arthur, of
Vancouver, spent the week end with
relatives  in  Ladner.
Mr. W, 11. Wilson, of I-anning, Fawcett "i Wilson, was a visitor to Vaneouver on  Wednesday and  Thursday.
Fox Bros, shipped forty tons of
potatoes to Victoria this week for
Mr. T. E, Ladner. The price Is understood  to have been $30 a ton.
Dr. ana Mrs. U. C. Boyle, Mr. and
Mrs. j. a. Fife, all of Vancouver,
and Mr. and Mrs. Edwards, of Victoria, were all automobile visitors to
the Delta this week.
The Delta Is looking perfect at
present and those in ii position to
judge are enthusiastic about the crop
prospects. Never, they wiy, has there
been  a  better seedtime.
Mr. E. B, Knuwlton. Vancouver's
sporting drugglat, bus bei n a frequent
vialtor  lately.    Mr-   Knowlton   is  one
,*' the   best   .indues   ..f   horse*   in   the
,  ana ll^es Ladner as a g��0(1
sporty little town.
II j. Hutoheraon, one of the most
popular men ln I.adner for a quarter
| a century, but who is now domiciled in Vaneouver. cannot keep away
from his old town and has been a
frequent visitor of late.
Mr. Woodward, representing the
Canadian National Fire Insurance
Company of Winnipeg, has been ln
town in the Interests of his company. Some of the stock ln this company is locally he/Id. The 1-adner
Trust mil Investment Company have
been  appointed  local  representatives.
Mrs. Plewe.-, of North Vancouver,
paid a visit to Eadm r lis:  week.
Mr. Hume Hilton, of Vancouver,
was the gueit of Mrs. "fid. I.adner for
the week end.
Mr. W, .1. I.ann.ng. tbe popul r
or. sidi nt uf the Board Of Trade, is
looking well since his r, turn from
camping in the Llllooet district; Mr.
Lanning reports that the camping
party had g >.>���! weather and enjoyed
their   outing   immensely.
Resldenters have been complaining
ol horses being allowed to roam
around at nights on the sidewalks.
The sound of four horses' hoofs clat-
terlng down the wooden sidewalks ln
the dead of night is suggestive of
,:,. u'.'ng army, according to some
litizens, who were annoyed the other
night by this occurence. The march
, r th.- cavalcade is bad enough, but
��hen they insist on making a meal
:' y.eing spring vegetables from well
tended gardens, something is very
liable  to  happen.
i me of the most curious meetings
cf modern days took place ln Vaneouver a few days ago, and ls made
locally interesting from the fact that
both gentlemen are at present registered at the Delta Hotel. A few days
ag.., Mr. J. E. Newton, representative
of the Dom.nlon Match Company, introduced his associate, Mr. J. A. Bristol to a Mr. W. ... Myers. The two
ndw acquaintances got into conversation and the astounding fact is that
they discovered that they were actually brothers-in-law. They had not
met for 32. years. Even the immensity of the West is dwarfed hy this
and one is forced to the conclusion
that Its a very small world after all.
I Mr. J ihns,.n, at ihe Delta Hotel,
and Mr. SUm-r. at the Dadner hotel,
are doing great business there these
i days. Automoblllsts from Vancouver
' and New Westminster are realizing
that there is no finer destination for
a  Sunday outing than Ladner.
i The riot of flowers in every garden
-in Ladner is a delight to the eye.
Why don't the social reformers of
Vancouver organize trips to Ladner
for their submerged tenth. Here
they could j*:ng feelingly "Where every
prospect pleases and only man is
vile."
A tremendous lot of headway has
been made In the re-erection of the
Mol.ellan lumber mills during the past
week. Th. passerby cannot help being impre id by thH solid methods
adopted in the reconstruction. When
completed this will be one of the most
perfect little mills on the Fraser.
which is equivalent to saying in the
world.
I Mr. F. R, Pettltt, a director and
general agent of the Northwestern
Wheel and Wagon Company, has been
on a business visit to I_adner during
the past week. The factory, which is
located at Bellingham, has been com
pleted and the machinery installed.
The company manufacture the XXth
Century wheel and wagons. Mr. Pettltt Is endeavoring to interest local
eapitali**-ts in the industry. He is to
be found either at E. T. Calverts or
at the Ladner Hotel.
The members of the W.H.M.S.
Auxiliary of St. Andrew's church, in
Ladner, have undertaken the work of
contributing to the support of thc
hospitals at Atlin and Telegraph
' ek. A donation of money, bedding, clothing, and materials, will be
f..rwarded to these places about June
1-4th. The ladles would feel grateful
those who are willing to assist
them hy contributions of money or
useful articles, which will be received
by Mrs. McDiarmid, Stan-lay street.
The Can Club had a shoot on Friday, May 2 4th. There were a lar*r<
number of shooters out and many
good score* were  made.
Jack Johnson has been tn Bel'lnir-
ham and declares that Wild horses
would not make him settle across the
line. No sooner had he crossed the
International boundary than he found
that Instead of abounding prosperity,
thriving communities and progressive
development, there was stagnation,
commercial depression and a lack of
puhllc energy. His destination was
Bellingham, and while he speaks
highly of the hospital,ty nnd good
'< ling shown hy everyone and ts quite
enthusiastic about the Bellingham
people, he draws a picture of conditions In which Bell.ngham has all
lhe worst of the argument even with
the good little town of l^adner. Ilf
mile the return journey .if .',4 miles
Well within three hours and was not
h. Id up at the boundary either by the
American or the Canadian official.' as
an I.W.W.
The latest present received by the
Howard boys was a sample mosquito
from their brother Nelson, who ls
treking north along the Cariboo trail.
The. estimates of the size of the grizzly monster vary so much that it is
difficult to give an approx.mate. However, it Is declared on all sides to
have been a fearsome specimen.
Speculation is rlfe as to whether a
hatchet or a shotgun is the proper
weapon of defence against attack
from stlch creatures. One enthusiast
suggested roping.
Bill Blckards wa sa visitor to Ladner on Wednesday and Thursday. In
i few days he will take up his quar-
���rrs at Boundary Bay to train for bis
fight against Tommy Burns, at Bas-
sano in July. Pome of the Vancouver
"wise ginks" are laying long odds on
the pushful Tommy. They shou'd
lie low or they will have all the
worst of the settling. Rlckards never
was better In his life. He his always
I been a most careful l.ver. He has a
wonderful physique and the best of
constitution. He. will have thirty
| pounds the best of Tommy in weight.
��� He hlocks and covers up perfectly
I and ls a tryer all the time. He is
as different from the unsophisticated
.'dea of a prize-tighter as It is possible
\ to imagine .being a quietly-spoken,
'��� well educated, gentlemanly fellow.
H,, is rapidly approaching his prime
nnd Mr. Thomas Burns will be the
most wonderful man In thc ring if
he can make the slightest impression
on Rlckards. The clever folks in
Vain ouver and Calgary may leave
some of their money behind them
nfter Rlckards Is through with Burns.
N'.it that the Delta people "need the
money," but It's sinful to boast���or
to miss a chance of getting a bit.
TO l.KEIK-E NORTH AHM.
-Joint  Committee Recommend  Securing Engineers to Report on
the Cost.
EBURNE, May 30���The joint meeting of the councils and Boards of
Trade ot Point Grey, South Vancouver and Richmond passed a resolution last night "that the municipalities affected. Point Grey. South Vancouver, Burnaby, and Richmond,
jointly, be requested to take immediate st. ph to secure the services of
a competent engineer to report on
the dredging of the North Arm to a
depth of at least 20 feet, at low wa-
>'-r, and to construct a suitable wing
dam and protection works at the
mouth of the North Arm.
The meeting was held at Eburne
anl there was a fair attendance.
!'. irnuby wag not represented so far
as  could  be seen  or heard.
The resolution was moved by Mr.
�������� C. Hodgson and seconded by Captain  Stewart.     A good    deal  of  dis
cussion took place as to the paying
of an engineer to make the report,
a sum of |5000 being mentioned but
nothing decisive or specific was done
ln  that rsepect.
Reeve Harvey, Point Grey, appealed for unity and co-operation by
the municipalities interested. They
should assist the government in every
way.
A further resolution was adopted
that the presidents ami secrc.arlcs
of the Boards of Trade in the municipalities mentioned, shoujd wait upon their respective municipal councils and go into the matter of the
appointment of such an expert engineer and the payment of his fees.
The whole tone ot the meeting was
characterised by impatience of delay
nad that something in the way of a
/rest, water harbor on the North
Arm should be started at once. It
was the government'* work but governments were slow and should be
stimulated. They should show the
government that the municipalities
and  the  people  meunt  business.
We Want Your Trade
If good, reliable shoes, lowest possible
prices, fair and square dealing, careful attention aad a sincere desire to please you,
are things you like, we can count on you
for a customer
vm
A good way to put us to the test is right
now.   COME.
J. REAGH
THE SHOE MAN
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Bargain Store
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LADNER, B. C.
P. 0. Drawer S.
Phone 2!
Delta Hotel
 J. JOHNSON, Prop.	
LADNER,  -   -   B.C.
All Modern Conveniences, Newly Furnished.   Well Heated,   Sample Room
DELTA TELEPHONE CO., LTD.
Incorporated 1*10.
American and  European Plan
First Class Cuisine
Prompt Service
Best Wines, Liquors A Cigars
Ratss R bason able
McNeely Concert and Dance Hall
Nut   and   Lump  Coal  for Sale
NEW SCHEDULE
UMR and WESTHAM ISLAND
Via Steveston and
S. S   "NEW DELTA"
To Vancouver and "Sew Westminster.
Week Dili's.
Leave Ladner���8:30 a.m..  12:30  p.m.
and 6:3o P-m.
Leave Steveeton���9:34) a.m., 1:30 p.m.,
and 7-.-30 p.m.
Sundays.
Leave Ladner���8:30 a.m.,    6:30 p.m.
Leave Steveston���9:30 a.m.. 7:30 p.m.
DELTA   >irN*-CIP.-I_fTV.
Notice ia hereby given that the
Court of Revision of the assessment
roll of the Corporation of the Municipality of Delta, will be held in the
Council Chambers, Ladner, on Friday,
June 21_t, at 10 a.m.
Any person complaining against ths
assessment must give notice in writing to the assessor of the ground of
his complaint, at leas', ten days before
the date of the said first slitting of the
Court of Revision.
Dated at Ladner this l.th day of
May, 1914.
N. A. M-DIARM-D,   C.M.C.
QOOOOOOOX' OOOOOOOOCXDOOOOO
*    Mineral and    t
Soda Waters
J. HENLEY
New Westminster, B. C.
Manufacturer of
SODA WATER. GINGER
ALE and all kinds oi
SUMMER DRINKS
Your Patronage Solicited
Wa are prepared to Install single
line or party line phones at short notice. Long distant)* In connection with
our service.    Apply to
A.  DeR. TAYLOR,  Sec.
MISS ISABEL M. DANN
Licentiate of the Royal Academy of
Music, London, England. Teacher of
Pianoforte, Singing, Theory and Harmony, visits Ladner eavery Saturday.
Address: 1909 Beach Ave., Vancouver.
Phone Scy. 3701R.
Can You Afford to Overlook These Specials?
3 Lines That Will Sure Interest You
Ladies' White Waists
All our regular stock $2, t2.2_, $2.50, $2.75 and $3 each on Saturday
and Monday only at, each       $1,50
Men's and Boys' Suits
i:i fancy mixed tweeds and pla.'n colors; sizes from 33 to 40; prices
from $7.50 to $11.00. Your choice* on Saturday ail Monday,
for        Sl.no
Men's Negligee and Working Shirts
Your choice of any shirt in the store valued up to $1.75 on Saturday
ana Monday at each         $1.00
WATCH OUR WINDOWS.
WALTER'S
Successor to H. J. Hutcherson
Phone 39 Ladner, B. C.
Goods Delivered to all parts of the town.
SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGC-
IiATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion,
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Northwest' Territories and in a lortlon- ot
the Province of British Colu.nbls, may
be leased for a term of twenty-one
years at an annual rental of tl an
acre. Not more than 2,560 acres will
be leased to one applicant.
Application foi a lease must he
made by the applicant ln person to
ths Agent or Sub-Agent of th* district In which the rights applied for
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land mutt
be described by sections, or legal subdivisions of sections, and in unsur-
veytd territory the tract applied for
shall be staked out by the applicant
himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of 15 which will be
refunded if the rights applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of th* mme at the rate
of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not being operated, such
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
The lease will incli.de the coal mining rights only, but th* lessee may
be permitted to pure taae whatever
available surface right* may be considered necessary for the wonting of
the mine at the rate of $10.00 an
acre.
Tot full information application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of
Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid for.
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! Mdelan Lumber Co.
Can Supply All Kinds of
Fir, Cedar and
Spruce Lumber
There is no reason for any shortage of lumber in the Delta.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES.
Mills midway between Ladner and Port Guichon.
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AT THE HOTELS.
Delta Hotel.
Wm. Kirkland and wife, New Westminster.
Wm.   McLellan,   New   Westminster.
W. Sime, Vancouver.
W.  Darling,  Vancouver.
R. X. McCarthy, Vancouver.
J.   A.   BTlatol, Vancouver.
J.  E.  Newton, Vancouver.
W.   Russell,   New  Westminster.
,E.  S.  Knowlton, Vancouver.
W.   S.  Marshall. Vancouver.
A.   E.  Wilson, Vancouver.
A.   E.  Wilsion, Vancouver.
Paul E. Ladner and wife, Vancouver.
Mrs.  H.  R.  Baylls*, Vancouver.
H.   J.   Hutcherson, Vancouver.
George Allan, l>adner.
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W.   R.  Myers, Vancouver.
F.  Mcintosh and  wife, Vancouver-
A. Woodward, Vancouver.
J.   Dupuls, Vancouver.
Wm.  Rlckards,  Vancouver.
J,  A.  Walker, Vancouver.
Ladner Hotel.
Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Boyle, Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fife, Vancouver.
Mr.    an'l    Mrs.    Edwards,   Victor!*.
Mr. and Mrs. Hodgson, South Vancouver.
J.   A.   Davie, South Vancouver.
Mts. Herring, New Westminster.
Mr.  Herring, New Westminster.
M.   Wagner, Vancouver.
L.   Wagner,  Vancouver.
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favorite Resort for Automobile Parties
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! NATIONAL DOG BISCUITS
If you havo a good dog or a poor one they all get hungry, and can A
always give you to understand they are.   If your dog could speak, he *^
would say: 2
National Do*f Biscuits, Fleose." ���
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Vancouver City Market
MAIN  STREET, VANCOUVER
The Market ls operated by the City as a meana of bringing
Producer and Consumer together.
You Are Invited to  Send Your Produce
We  handle  everything  from  the Farm   (except  milk) .
By consigning your Produce to the Vancouver City Market
will get best prices, sharp returns and prompt settlements.
JOHN McMILLAN,   Manager
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D. Jit.
ICE CR,
The season has arrived for Ice Cream and cold drinks.
We have remodelled our Grocery Department and
have our Soda Fountain in operation again, and are
prepared to serve Ice Cream, Ice Cream Sodas, Sundaes and Soda Waters.
We are prepared to cater to lawn socials, picnics,
dances, etc.    Leave your orders.
Bakery Depart m
We bake every day and can give you a nice, fresh
loaf well made at any time. Any special orders for
Pastry will receive our prompt and careful attention
Delta Mercanflie Co.
T. G. TENNANT, Mgr. THE DELTA TIMES
SATORDAY, JUNE 1. 1910
The Pop ooiik or Canada
Incorporate**' lS��b.
CAPITA-. At'TllORIZBI) ,     $10,000,000
CAPITAL PAIB-UP ���     S 6,251,080
-tESEKVE FUND       $ 7,056,188
Total Amvta Over On* Hundred and Ten Million*-..
Jtccounts 0/ Out-of-Tjomn Customers Simon Special Jftteettion
BANK BY MAIL
SAVINGS  I)EI',VH'I'MKNT
-_��_�����. uu mar b_ m%en\mA Witb deport ts of ONUS DOLLAR   and    Vpwarda
b.tereat paid, or credited, hmW-r early on June   S.tb Ml    December
Slat, each year.
II. F. BISHOP. MANAQI-
l-ADNKl-. B. C.
Ladner Investment Sc Trust
Corporation, Limited
Au ther'zed Capital, $260,000
Real Estate Insurance
Conveyancing Executed |
Financial Agents Estate Agents
Trustees       Executors
Ladder Investment & Trust
Corporation, Limited
H. A. MacDonald, Mgr.
Notary Public
Delta Tiroes Bldg. Ladner, R. C.
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Acquire the Habit
Of Saving
We pay Interest at the rate of four per cent, per annum,
credited quarterly on all deposits of a dollar and upwards. You
can operate on all accounts by cheque in the usual manner.
Our clients have the advantage of all the usual banking
facilities.
The People's Trust Co., Ltd.
W. H. HAIRE, Local Manager v
People's Trust Building Ladner, B. C. &
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Coohery
points
Fried Chicken.
Fried spring chicken is a favorite
treat. Do not neglect tho grnvy, which
to many is the best feature of the entire dish. To fry the chicken cut a
small chicken in four or six pieces, dip
each piece hastily in cold water, then
sprinkle with suit and pepper and roll
the pieces ln plenty of flour. Have
some sweet lard heated very hot ln a
frying pan and fry the chicken until
each piece ls of a rich brown hue on
both sides. Take up, drain well and
arrange the pieces on a warm platter,
setting the dish ln a hot place to keep
the meat from cooling while the gravy
Is being made. Pour out of the pan
all but a tnbl-.-.spoonful of the fat and
stir Into the pan one cupful of milk.
When the liquid Is hot and well stirred
thicken to a rich cream with one ta-
blespoonfu. of flour rubbed ln smooth
and one tablespoouful of butter. Boil
two or three minutes, stirring constantly. Soasou with salt and pepper.
A little chopped parsley Is often added
to the gravy. Butter If here used in
place of lard Is difficult to manage, us
It burns so easily.
Cheese Patties.
This makes a good luncheon dish
when meat Is not served. Cut out
some rounds of bread about two Inches
ln thickness and with a small cutter
take out tbe middle, making a Ilttle
tartlike case. Fry In fat both the case
and the piece removed (which ls to
form the lid) until a golden brown
and drain on paper, or brush the cases
with melted butter and brown In the
oven. At serving time fill the cases
with th. following n.!rture: Col! hnlf
a cupful of water and two teaspoon-
fuls of butter together and add to It
four ounces of grated cheese, and season with a pinch of cayenne pepper.
Stand the saucepan In boiling water
and stir In the beaten yolk of an egg
and half a cupful of fine breadcrumbs.
Reheat and fill the bread cases and
serve hot.
8'ewed Rhubarb With Lemon'.
Choose tender stalks of rhubarb,
trim and remove any tough portions of
skin. Do not scrape away the delicate red, as It adds to the appearance
of the finished dish. Cut the stalks
Into pieces an Inch long, cover with
water and stew until tender with a
couple of slices of lemon. Add sugar
to taste, heat to the boiling point and
chill before serving. Some prefer to
add a few seeded raisins with tbe
slices of lemon, and for those who like
this fruit the combination can be recommended. Rhubarb ts really a spring
medicine and is Invaluable at this season of the year.
EAST DELTA DRAINAGE
BY-LAW, 1912
utomoblles
MclAUCHLIN AMUES AND CARRIAGtS
Carriages,    Wagons and! Farm   Implements of all
classes and descriptions.
Horseshoeing and General Blacksmith Work.
Repairs of all descriptions on Automobiles, Carriages
and General Machinery.
Ladner Carriage and Automobile Works
G. T. BAKER, Proprietor
��_ _*_3___M_r-_*-",- _____;_aBsES-B__i
Scalloped Parsnips.
Scrape four large parsnips and boll
until tender, then cut Into cubes; make
a sauce with a cup of milk, a level
tablespoonful of butter .�����__ same of
flour; season to taste with flour and
salt and dash of cayenne or nutmeg;
turn the parsnips Into the sauce, then
put a layer Into a buttered baking disb
on top of a layer of bread crumbs; add
a sprinkling of minced onion and parsley, then more crumbs, parsnips, etc.,
until the dish ls full, having tbe top
covered with sauce and buttered
crumbs; bake for half an hour and
serve hot with boiled fish.
LUIV-BEF-
EBURNE SAW MILLS, LIMITED
Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of
FIR, CEDAR AND'SPRUCE LUMBER
Shln-rles, Lath, Sat*, Doors Turnings and Ho*u_*e Pinishln*w
Phone R 14 Eburne Prompt Delivery by Rail or Scow
Dandelion Salad.
Rub a salad bowl with a cut piece
of garlic, then a leek cut into thlu
rings and season with salt, pepper anil
a dash of mustard and mix with a tablespoonful of vinegar. Next blend
with olive oil. cut a hard cooked eg*:
into rings and add to the dressing.
Put the dan-lelion leaves, previously
washed and drained, with the above
nnd toss together with fork and spoon.
It Is said that no other salad has more
medicinal value than this, lt is a fine
tonic for the blood in the Spring,
Asparagus Tips Salad.
Twelve tender asparagus tips (can-
ni'il may be usi-rti. one firm tomato, one
pimento, one bead of lettuce.
Tie asparagus It] I ij.,y*ile.s of three
and COOk In boiling suited water until
tender. Remove the string ami arrange on crisp lettuce on Individual
plates. Cut the tomato into four rings
und Slip a b*m*i!e of the cooked nspiira
gtis through eai-h ring, place on lettuce
and sprinkle hits of finely chopped pi-
tnento over the whole. Serve with
French dressing,
Custard.
One pint milk, large; two eggs, one
cup of sugar, small; one teaspoon-til
vanilla, one-half cup of butter, two
tablespoonfuls cornstarch. Dissolve the
cornstarch in Q little of the milk; he::t
the rest of the milk; when boiling ,itl<i
the sugar, cornstarch and beaten eggs,
stirring briskly; add tbe butter, stir till
dissolved, flavor and spread on the
cakes wiiiie hot. Tliis can be used as *i
pudding by pouring over each piece a
spoonful of the custard that is left.
Glezed Sweet Potatoes.
Four sweet potatoes, one quart boiling water, one cupful sugar and a haif
cupful water will be needed for tills
recipe. Wash tbe sweet potatoes mid
cook ten minutes in boiling water.
drain, pare and cut In lengthwise
slices. Place in a buttered baking
dish, cover with sirup mode by boiling
sugar and water together. Cover tbe
baking dish and bake until tender.
A By-law   to  provide  for  draining parts
ot   Townships  Three   (3)   and   Four  (4)
In   the   Municipality   of   Delta   and   for
borrowing  un  the  credit   nf   the   Municipality   tihe   sum   of   *17,193   12-100   for
Completing    the    same.      Provisionally
adopted  the 1st day of May, 1912.
WHEREAS a majority in number and
value   of   the   owners  as   shown   by   the
last revised assessment  roll of the property hereinafter set forth to be benefited
by    the    drainage    have    petitioned    the
Counf.il of the said Municipality of Delta
praying thut the Coun. 11 take such steps
and proceedings as are necessary for the
draining of  the said  parts  of Townships
three (3) and four (4) situate within the
said   Municipality;
AND WHEREAS thereupon the said
Council proi tired an examination to be
made by Albert J. HH1, being a person
dompetent for such purposes, of the said
locality proposed to be drained and has
ailso procured plans and estimates of th��
work to be made by the said Albert J.
HIH and an assessment to be made by
him of the land and roads to be benefited
by such drainage stating as nearly as
he can the proportion of benefit which
In his opinion will be derived in consequence of such drainage by every lot
or portion of lot, the said assessment
so made being the assessment hereinafter
by this by-law ena ted to be assessed and
levied upon the lots and parts of lots
hereinafter In that bohalf specially set
forth and described, and the report of
the said 'Albert J. Hill In respect thereof
and of the said drainage being as follows:
New Westminster,   R.C.,
March 29th, 1912.
"To  His  Worship the  Reeve  and  Councillors of Delta:
"Gentlemen,
"We have the honor to submit herewith a detailed plan, specification nnd
estimate of cost of the proposed Improvements to the drainage of a noi��on
of Eatft Defta the surveys of whloh have
been carried out under your Instructions
and the scheme found to be In all re-
sneet-s feasible and fwitldfaetorv with the
Assessment sheet adjusted to date.
'We also enclose a description of the
lands Included In the proposed sohems
of Improvement In compiliance with the
requirement of the Act.
"The continuous profile of the proposed
ditches, required in connection with the
oontract and for the Information of the
Council, Is also prepared and awaits your
further Instructions.
"I need not remind you that on account of the very close grades throughout this portion of the d'stn'ct snee'al
attention will be required to ensure the
successful  operation  of  the  schema.
"A plan of the district covered by the
proposed scheme la ateo appended and
n^-io, of all plain reonlrod for attachment to your final contra-ct and specln-
eatlon await your commands.
"Tours  faithfully.
���'HIM. &  RURNBTT.
per "Albert J. Hill."
'"Description of lands to be benefited
by the projected Improvement of the
drainage of EAST DELTA:
"Commendng at the intersection of the
West boundary of Fractional Section 29
Township 3 New Westminster District
with High Water Mary of Boundary Bay:
thence North fast) to the Northwest
corner of the Section 32 Township 3 aforesaid: thence East (astl 40 chains to the
Southwest corner of the Southeast
Quarter of Section 5 Township 4 New
Westminster District aforesaid; thence
North fast) to the Northwest corner of
the Northeast quarter of Section 8 Township 4 aforesaid: thence Bast fast) to
the Northeast corner of Section 9 Township 4 aforesaid: ithence North fast) to
the Northwest Borner of the 9o*uthwest
Quarter of Section 16 of Township 4
aforesaid; thence Blast to the East
boundary of Section IS Township 4
eighty (80) ohalns; thence South fast)
twenty (20) chains; thence East (ast) to
the Eastern limit of the Prairie; thence
Southeastwardly following the said limit
of the prairie to an' Intersection with the
East boundary of StecMon 11 Township 4
aforesaid; thence South (ast) following
the East boundary of Sections 11 and 2
of Township 4. and of Fractional Section 35 Township 3, to the High Water
Mark of Boundary Bay; thence West-
wardly and Southwardly following the
windings of the shore of Boundary Bay
to  the  point  of commencement.
"HILL A BTTRNE'lT.
per "Albert J. Hill."
"SPECIFICATION of work to be executed for the Improvement of the drainage of the area shown In yellow on the
plan hereunto annexed and thereon
marked  "A."
"Commencing art the Inner end of the
Automatic Sluice Box, clean the Big
Slough of all obstructions to the level
of the floor of the Sluice Box at the
Inner end of the East compartment
thereof and to a width of fifteen feet
to tht point whtre the Robertson Slough
Intersects the Big Slough. From the
latter point and maintaining the same
level, oltar the Slough of all obstructions
to a width of ten feet to a point where
the Slough forks near Weaver's Barn,
a distance of 2200 feet; thence, maintaining the same level, clear the Nnr'1
channel of all obstructions to a width
of eight feet to the Trunk Road, a
distance of 1000 feet; thence, maintaining
the same level, construct a ditch eight
feet wide on the South side of the Trunk
Rnnd. to the West side of th" Kittson
Road, a distance of BOO feet: thence con
stru-t a ditch eight feet wide across
the Trunk Road and theme North along
the West sldV of the Kittson Road en
la/rge bhe ditch to a width of six feet
and to the depth shown on the grade
stakes along its course to thc Northeast corner of thc Southeast Quarter of
Soctlnn .1, Township 4, a distance of
720 feet; thence West along the Section
line to the West side of Section 4. using
thc Section line for thc centre of the
ditch and throwing the enrth equally
on cither side, n distance of 10,"40 feet
ALSO COMMENCING at the Interscc
tion of the Robertson Slough with the
P.Ig Slough, enlarge the Robertson Slough
to n width of seven feet and tn thc same
level as the work In the Rig Slough as
more particularly Indicated by elevation
pegs and grade stakes as far as thc Intersection with the Section Line on the
North side of Section 2. being a distance
of 5020 feet; thence enlarge the ditch
already existing to a width of seven feet
nmi to the level above mentioned to the
West side of thc Kittson Road, a further distance of 980 feet: thence construct
a ditch tn a width of six feet and to
an average depth of six feet as shown
on the grade stakes placed along the
line of ditch to the West boundary of
the Northeast Quarter of Section 3 Township 4, a distance of 2620 feet, throwing
the earth equally on cither side; thpnre
enlarge thc ditch already exlstiintr on
the South side of a .dyke on the North
boundary of the Northwest Quarter of
Section tl Township 4 to a width of six
feet and to an average depth of six
feet as more particularly shown on the
grade stakes placed along the ditch, a
distance of 2H80 feet, tne earth to be
thrown to the North of the Dyke already
cxlstlnc:: thence crossinc the dyke on
the East side of the Holmes Road to
the ditch known as the Lome Ditch and
being on the North side of a dyke on
the North boundary of Section 4 Township 4: thence following the said Lome
rvt-h pn'arre the same to an averatre
.1. j.lh of _i�� feet as shpwn by the grade
stakes to the West boundary of Section
I, a distan-e of ".270 feet and to a width
of six feet, thc earth to be thrown altogether to the South on the dyke already
existing.
"Construct a Concrete Sluice-way with
a clear cross section area of 100 square
feet at a point on the West bank of
the Rig Slough South of the present
Sluice-way: the floor level of said box
to be one foot lower than the floor level
of the present box at its Inner end and
'he floor level of the apron to be one
foot below the level of the floor of the
box.
"The width of both ditches and sloughs
given In the above specification ls across
the bottom, and both ditches and sloughs
must slope upwards and outwards not
leas than eight Inches horlmntal to
twelve Inches vertical.
PROJECTED   EAST   DELTA    DRAINAGE.
(Estimate of Cost).
Cleaning    Slough   (Weaver's)  200 t
rods     .      1000.00
Dit h  8 inch  bottom, 30 rods at
��.60         1-8.00
Ditch 6 Inch  bottom, 700 rods at
K-.50          3850.00
Ditch  7 Inch  bottom, 70 rods at
*6.00         420.00
Ditch 6 inch bottom, 640 rods at
tfi.OO          3200.00
Clearing Robertson's Slough���
250 rods  at $5.00        1250.00
"(J   rods   at   J2.U0          100.00
$10,018.00
Cleaning   Sloughs    and    digging
ditches at above   $10018.00
Right of Way estimated       3356.00
Bridges           360.00
Concrete  Sluice  Box         2500.00
Engineering and contingencies ...      969.12
$17,193.12
BRIDGES���Estimated Cost.
Op Trunk Road (Weaver's)���
lfi Cedar Strlngtrs; 16'lnchee dla.,
20  feet  long, 24   pus.  3x-2  Inch.
x  36   feet;   8   in li   spikes     $   120.00
2 Bridges on Kittson Road���
S   Stringers   16  Inch.. dla.   22   feet
long,   22  pes., 3x12   Inches   x   24
feet:  8 lnoh  spikes          120.00
2 Bridges on Holmes  Road���
8   Stringers  14   inch   dla,   22   feet
long,   22  pes., 3x12   Inches   x   24
feet; 6 Inch spikes        120.00
AND WHEREAS the said Council Is
of opinion that the drainage of the locality   described   Is   deslrablt;
BE IT THEREFORE ENACTED by
the said Municipal Council of the said
District Municipality of Delta pursuant
to the provisions of thc "Municipal Act";
1. That the said report, plans and estimates   be   adopted   and   the   said   drains
and the works connected therewith _
made and constructed in ����,,., ���*"
therewith. ���"������-ofila-ic
2.   That the Reeve of the said i-v-..,
Municipality  may  borrow  on  the     ",ct
of the said District Municipality the'    '
of Seventeen thousand one hundrtii "'"*'
ein-
tioi.
amount   In   sums  of  not  less   th.n ttla'
, i...,,.... ...I    .,,.11......    rl,_1n aa,    .... "
oi  seventeen  inousana one hundrt.i     "
ninety-three 12-100 dollars ($17,lft'(V>l h*}1"1
the.     f,,,,,l-     -,-,,.__--*���-     -n.    .u_    ..       '   at'ltlfl-
the   funds   necessary  for  ihe
work,
li_
tind
may tssuo debentures of the Con>t���',e
of the said District Munlclpdlitv
amount   In   sums  of   not  less   *���,.������
thousand dollars  ($1000.00) tach ami n- *
able  within  twenty years from th- 5_f*
thereof with interest at the rate of n
(5 ojo)  per  centum  per  annum,  tha, ,
to   say,   in   half-yearly   payments    �����is
debentures to  be  payable  at  the'itovi
thereof with Interest at the rate of ��"_'
(5 ojo)  per  centum  per  annum   th-. ���
to   say,   in   half-yearly   payments
debentures  to   be  payable  at  the
Bank of Canada in the City of Tu'ront
said
Province of Quebec, or at the ,������'''"-   e
In the Provinct of Ontario, or at th,. ��� 2
Bank ln the City of Montreal ',, ,a^
Province of Quebec, or at the said Han.
In Ladner in the Province of jiritiif
Coluirbia, or at the said Bank In I
City of London, England, or at the ��_i-
Bank ln the City of New York in th
United States of America, and to hav!!
attached to them coupons for th. nav
ment  of  Interest. v '"
3. That for the purpose of paying th��
sum of seventeen thousand one hua.ir i
and ninety-three 12-100 ($17,193.12) dollan?
balng the afnount charged against -ha
said lands so to be benefited as n foresaid, other than lands belonging tn h,"
Municipality and to cover Interest th -,.
on for twenty years at the rate of Uv, nZ
i entum per annum, the following special
rates over and above all other ratea
shall be assessed and levied upon tha
undermentioned lots nad parts of |0*j.
and the amount of the said sptclal ratet
and Inti.reet assessed as aforesaid agalnit
each lot or part of lot respectively ihall
be divided Into twenty equaj parti ind
one such part shall be assessed and levied
as afortsald In each year for tw_nl��
years after the final passing of tn|,
By-law during which the said debenture.
have to run:
SDCTIOf" OR
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4. This By-law shall take effect on
ind after the First day of July A.D.
1912.
5. This By-law may be cited for all
urposes as the "EAST DELTA DRAINAGE   BYLAW   1912."
DONE AND PASSED in Open Council
this 1st day of May A.D.  1912.
RECONSIDERED      AND      FINALLY
ADOPTED   by   the   Council,   signed   by
the   P.eeve   and   Clerk,   and   sealed   with
the  -orporate  seal all on  the
day of A.D.  1912.
C.M.C.
Reeve.
NOTICE.
NOTIOE LS HEREBY OIVEN that the
above   Is a   true  copy of  a   by-law   provisionally adopted by the Municipal Coun
cil of the Corporation of Delta, and tint
a Court of Revision for hearing any
arppeajs against the assessment thereby
impoeed will be held at the Council
Chambers at Ladner, commencing at 10
a.m. on Saturday the 22nd day of June.
1012; and further notice is hereby given
that any person intending to apply to
have this Hy-Law or any portion thereof
quashed must, not later than ten days
after the flrial passing thereof, serv* a
notice In writing upon the Reeve and
upon the Clerk of the Municipality ef
his Intention to make an application fer
that purpose to the Supreme Pnurt during the thirty days next ensuing after
the final passing of this By-law.
(Signed)   N.   A.   McDIARMID,
Municipal   Clerk
Ladner,  May 6th,  1912.
Season 1912
Thoroughbred Sire "Hawser," 1899. recently Imported from Ireland,  will stand  for the season   at Hastings Park, Vancouver.
"Hawser" Is a bay, 16.1 high, registered under the Department
of  Agriculture  in  Ireland.
He Is a winn.T under National Hunt Rules and a flrat prize winner at all shows exhibited. His stoak are all prize winners at different shows all over Ireland. He combines the best tsaylng blood at
the atud. He has proved a fruitful and sound breeder. His Sire
"Prince Charles" by "Pride of Prussia." aad Dam "Revenue Cutter''
by "Gunboat." Gunboat by "Sir Hercules." "Hawser" Is only three
generations descended from the  famous "Sir Hercules."
Fee of $40.00 charged. Every care taken, but owner not responsible for accidents.
ADDRESS
ARTHUR DOYLE
113 Bank of Ottawa Building
Vancouver, B. C.
rCLICE COURT MATRON DEVI).
MONTREAL, May 29.���Madame
..a'Jci.esee, Montreal's first police
court matnm, who held that position
since It was created, 26 year ajT. ts
dead.
NOTICE.
To the Public:
Mr. O. H. Rathburn Is no longer In
our employ, therefore has no authority
to sell stock in the Dominion Match Co.,
Ltd., for as. Underwriters Dominion
Match Co..  Ltd.
DOMINION MATCH CO.. LTD.
Applications   Wanted
Application- will be received by the
Delta ���.iumclpal Council up till 1-
0'cloek noon, June 8th for the P��si"
tion uf Engineer on Road Roller. Applicants to state salary required.
By order,
N.   A.   McDIARMID,
C.   M.  C.
The Delta Time* la published every
Saturday from th* Time* Buildi-i*.
--adner. B.C. J. IX Tajrtor. _��������-**
��*i_jr--_rector.

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