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FISHERMAN IS
SHOT AT LADNER
Frank Harper  Interferes in tjuurrel
a���d is Fatally Shot hy William
Cole.
DELTA TIMES
LADNER. B. C. THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1914.
$1.00 A YEAR
On
per,
shot
erniti
HORDES LIKE Til WAVE
id and told Cole he couldn't
the net. Cole flew Into a tem-
nd, it appears, said to Parker:
-how you if 1 c_jn touch it or
uml started toward the shacks
of the Wadham cannery.    Cole  ��,
nd wit ha rifle and made tu   Canadian   Over gets Contin
uum
Ibe
ami
Friday, August 21, Frank Har-1
i Fraser river fisherman was |
i,y William Cole, another ___*-.-'
ii. Harper interfered between
Cole unl another man named George I
Parki-r who were quarreling over al
Dei It is alleged that Parker gave
tl���. net to Cole and Cole wanted to I
Hve ii away to a man named Taylor, |
a cannery worker. To this Parker
obje
1011'
per
"I'll
not,
bad
rem
Parker, who ran to get out of
ay.    Ben  Rothwell  intervened
nd to calm  Cole.    Rothwell,
iff--- die-mood Cole was in, step-
\Ur.      'At:
l��" in the meantime Harper, who
owned the gun and had just landed
from the boats, rushed forward to
disarm Cole, and when w-ithin two
feet of him Cole shot .Harper, the
bulli���! entering the left eye, passing
through the brain and remained imbedded just inside the skin at the
back of the head. Harper fell and
Parker rushed back and held Cole,
rto made no attempt to escape. Bystanders telephoned for Dr. Kerr
Wilson and Constable M. G. Klink-
bammer, who soon arrived on the
scene The constable placed Cole
tinder arrest. Dr. Wilson had Harper removed to the municipal hall
urn-re he
later.
Battle of Incredible Ferocity
Is Raging on Eastern Frontier of France, Where Allies Bar the Road to Pans
MORE BRITISH TROOPS
LAND ON CONTINENT
British Field Army May
Finally Total 40 Divisions
GERMANS LOSE
AT VILVOROE
Three    Divisions    Repulsed    With
Heavy Loss By Belgians���Bomb
Dropping Protested.
gent May See Actual Fighting Within a Fortnight,
Says London Despatch
PARIS, Aug. ���_*>.���Following the
deep gloom caused by the reverse
the allies suffered at the hunds of
the Germans on Tuesday, Paris
went wild With joy today over reports of successes by the allies in a
mighty battle on the Uelgiun iron-
tier. The liliies, it is said, uie more
than holding the gateway to Paris.
They have repulsed the Germans at
"dahbeoge and are slaughtering
them wholesale, pushing their lines
back into Belgium. The fight
expired  about  two '.lours | al��ug the Lorraine frontier is also
reported going against the Germans.
Dr. J. Kerr Wilson, as coroner,
b Id an inquiry into Harper's death ; PARIS, Aug. 26.���Terrific flght-
S ��� irday afternoon, the jury finding lug is raging along France's eastern
! death was caused by a bullet frontier. It is heaviest at Mau-
f ! from a rifle in the hands of: beuge, Givet, Montmedy and just
Cole. ! west of Luneville.    The slaughter is
\ preliminary hearing took place i frightful, the general staff reported.
0:1 Tuesday morning before Magis-; The Crown Prince is said to be in
ti McKee in the local courtroom command ot the Kaiser's soldiers.
o.. the charge of murder. Col*; .vnsjThey are charging desperately In
sent to New Westminster for trial.     I face of a hurricane of shrapnel and
  | rifle  bullets.       In  places    German
DELTA COUNCIL. ,| corpses are piled breast high.     It is
'simply a renewal    of the    struggle
Xew
Constable   Aimointed to
Vacancy���Mr. V0t\ to Auction
of the
Fill Which  has marked the German advance westward.    Tuesday's lull has
but given the combatants a breathing
spell.    Refreshed, the Germans came
at Tax Sale.
A regular meeting of the counoll!0r, "more savagely than ever
-ras held on Saturday, August 2z.    >|    Tlle German  forces are Innumer-
The resignation of G. H. Morgan as ab)e   aiu*  thelr recklessness is fair-
constable was  aocepted    and  M.  8. hy   Incredible.      The     Allies     were
Klinkhamer was appointed to fill the jhpavj-y reinforced on Tuesday, how-
vacancy, ever, and  besides they are fighting
The revenue bylavf was passed as U^hi-d strong entrenchments. Their
reconsidered.                               jflre is simply a butchery.    The Brit-
Mr. ,1. Honeyman was granted per-  jsh are holding their ground, despite
m to clean the ditch along the i repe.ated     German    charges    which
S   :!li road.                                               | dash   against    their    entrenchments
r. II. X. Rich was appointed auc-jijke   tidal   waves.      The   percentage
I   leer foi the tax sale. of  German   officers    killed  is very
' he matter of repairing the Olner  high.
r    1  matt  was left in  the hands o"
Kitchener Foresee* Thajt War
May Entail Great Sacrifices
and Strain the Resources of
'he Empire.
LONDu.s, Aug. 26.���Lord Kitchener made his first speech y_3Utchy
as .Minister of War In the House of
Lords.
He told his hearers that this war
undoubtedly would strain the ir-
sources of the Empire and entail big
sacrifices. He laid emphasis an the
fact that his position in the -abinct
involved adherence to neither party.
He said:
"The terms on which I am serving are the same as those und^r
which some of the finest portions
of our manhood, now so Willingly
stepping forward to join the colot-R,
are engaging. That is to say, my
term of office is for the duration of
the war, or for three years if the
war should last as long as that.
"While other countries engaged
ir. this war have, under their systems of compulsory service, brought
their full resources into the field,
we under our system have not been
compelled to do so. Therefore, we
shall have a vast reserve to draw
from the resources of both the
Mother Country and the Dominions.
"The response which already has
been made by the Dominions abundantly proves that we have not
looked in vani to these sources of
military strength, and while India,
Canada, Australia and New Zealand
are sending   powerful   contingent,
the Territorials of this country are
replying loyally to the stern call of
_uty, which has come to them with
such exceptional force."
Continuing, Lord Kitchener said:
"Over seventy battalions have with
fine courage already volunteered
for service abroad. When- they aro
trained and organized in larger formations they will be able to take
their places in the line.
"The 1.0,000 men asked for In
the first place have alreudy been
virtually secured.
"The Empire with which we are
at war has called to the colors almost its entire male population.
lhe principle, we, on our part, shall
observe in this: That while their
maximum force undergoes constant
diminution, the reinforcements we
prepare will steadily and increasingly flow out until we have an army
in the field which in numbers small
will not  be small  in quality.
"1 cannot say at this stage what
will be the limits of the force required, or what may eventually become necessary to maintain.
"The scale of the field army
which we are now calling into being
is large and may rise in the course
of the next six or seven months to
the proportion of a total of 40 divisions to be continually maintained
in the field.
"But if the war should be protracted and if its fortunes should
be varied or adverse, exertions and
sacrifices beyond any which have
been demanded will be required
from the whole nation and Empire.
And where they are required, we
are sure they will not be denied to
the extreme needs of the state by
Parliament or the people."
DEATHS MUST
BE REPORTED
Health Department Should Be Notified    When    Orientals    Die on
White Men's Premises.
m il lor   Brown.
luncll adjourned until Saturday,
ember  12th, at 8  p. m.
PAIR  WILL BK  HELD.
LONDON.     Aug.     26.���Reinforcements  having  reached   the  German?
In   Belgium   and   along   the   French
frontier,   they   are   again   attacking
the  Allies  furiously,   au  Ostend   despatch   stated.     The  fall   of  Ostend
.-ima.Pa-ific International Exposi-  is expected shortly.     It is considered
tlon Will \ot ne Postponed���      I that this is a menace to Great Brit-
I'ii-m. Moore's Statement. jain  directly.      The  German  plan  is
-   'believed   to  contemplate     mounting
SAN   FRANCISCO,   Aug.   21.���In j,,_ guns ,0 rPSist naval attacks and
answer to thousands of Oommunlda-LQ n,a|-e  Ostend  a  base  for  raiding
asking whether the European thp Br*t*si, Isles by dirigibles.
Bltuatlon would cause a change it: , British reinforcements are being
iii" plans for the Panama-Pacific ln_ rushed to the continent,
ternatlonal Exposition, President C. u is reported detachments were
C. Moore, of the Exposition, has Is- ij-.ded on French soil on Tuesday
sued a statement addressed to theLn(j tl]at tra*us are waiting to hurry
'iniiiissioners of the nations partiei-jjnorp (0 tno coast for embarkage.
Pal ns In the exposition. The pres-*'(Twenty thousand Canadians. It )s
ii ni and management of the Expo-  stated,   will   sail   Thursday   directly
Some of the/armers o' the Delta
probably are not aware that the illness or death of an Oriental occurring on their property must be reported immediately to the health officer, as this is required by the Provincial Health Department, and is
strictly enforced owing to Oriental
diseases being spread in this conn-
try, The fact came before the authorities that this law was not complied with when a Hindu died suddenly at the farm of Mr. Rock Py-
pus, on Sunday evening. It appeared the Hindu died from ptomaine poisoning after eating plums,.
The body was removed to Vancouver
FIRE CAUSES
HEAVY LOSS
J inee Hundred Sacks of Mr, Kettles
Oats Go Up in
Smoke.
Mr. Chas. Kettle at Port Guichon
was a heavy loser when a barn which
he was using temporarily, caught fire
on Tuesday, destroying 300 or more
sacks ol newly threshed oats and
wheat. It is stated that there was
no insurance carried which makes
the whole a total loss.
This brings to mind that nothing
further has been done by the council regarding tlie fire apparatus
which was to be here soon after the
���hydrants were installed. The hydrants have been here some time, but
there is nothing else to use in case
of fire except a hose belonging to
Mr. J. Johnson.    So far Ladner has
WASHINGTON, Aug. 2���6.���Dispatches received at the Belgian legation todoy said the Belgian troops
yesterday repulsed three divisions of
the German army at Vltvarde with
heavy loss.
Belgian Minister Havenith formally protested to Secretary of State
Bryan against the Zeppelin depredations at Antwerp and the killing of
non-combatants. The protest said
four women and six men were killed
and eight injured and that all were
harmless civilians. A bomb from the
Zeppelin, it is said, exploded over the
palace where the Queen's children
were at play.
Deny Naimir l-'orts Captured.
LONDON, Aug. 26.���"We have no
official information," announced
the Belgian Legation here today,
"that the Germans have captured
any of the Namur forts. We feel
certain the majority of them are intact, though the Germans undoubtedly passed through the town."
Allies Attack iu Lorraine.
LONDON, Aug. 26.���A despatch
to the Exchange Telegraph Company from Paris says the French
war office has issued the following
communication:
"In Lorraine the allied armies
have taken up a combined offensive
movement. The battle, recommenced yesterday, is still raging at
the time this bulletin is issued."
Marching on Posen.
LONDON, Aug. 26.���A despatch
to the Exchange Telegraph Company from St. Petersburg says the
Russian chief of staff announces
that since Sunday the Russian invasion of Galicia and Prussia continued uninterruptedly along a
wide front. While the Russian
right wing is invading Prussia and
the left wing entering Galicia, the
Russian centre, composed of the
great bulk of the army, is believed
to be marching silently but with
terrible force on Posen, the correspondent adds.
Austrian Losses Grow.
LONDON, Aug. 26.���A despatch
from Paris to the Reuter Telegram
Company says:
"The losses of the Austrians in
the battle of the Drina continue to
grow, according to telegrams from
Nish. The latest aver that out of
300,000 Austrians engaged, 15,000
were killed, 30,000 wounded and
15,000 made prisoners. Seventy-
five guns were captured."
British Boi*e Brunt.
LONDON, Aug. 26.���The Paris
correspondent of Reuter's Telegram
Company says a raid by a German
cavalry division in French territory
is reported by the Petit Parisien,
which states when the Germans arrived at i o'clock on Tuesday morning they encountered a regiment of
French artillery, which practically
annihilated them. Referring to the
lighting near Aions, the paper says:
"The British bore the brunt of
six furious attacks. Wounded British soldiers declare that the Allies
raised a veritable hecatomb of German corpses near Mohs."
JAP SHOT
IN A QUARREL
Two Fishermen Mix at Teller's Cannery, Point Roberts���Wound
May Trove  Fatal.
A quarrel started at Teller's cannery, Point Roberts, between two
Japs on Tuesday morning. The Japa
kept the quarrel up all day and ln
the latter part of the afternoon, one
of them drew a gun and fired six
shots into his antagonist. In the excitement and confusion following the
shooting the assailant escaped to the
woods.
Dr. Kerr Wilson, of Ladner, was
telephoned for, but Dr. A. A. Wilson
went. The wounded Jap was in
quite a serious condition. Two of
the bullets may prove fatal. He
was taken to Bellingham in Mr. Teller's launch, Dr. Wilson accompanying him. lt was thought that an operation  might prove successful.
The sheriff of Whatcom county waa
notified and arrived in Ladner on
Tuesday evening en route for Point
Roberts. The woods will be searclu
ed on both sides of the line for the
mi��sing Jap and it is thought he will
soon be in the hands of the authorities.
ADMIRAL SAMPSON SINKS.
by his countrymen and i{ was quite i been   fortunate  in  not    having  any
by   accident   the   health   department | fires, but that does not stipulate th
Alaskan Vessel Is Rammed By C. P.
R. Liner Princess Victoria-
Sinks in Ten Minutes.
SEATTLE, Aug. 20.���Two passengers and seven members of the crew
of the Pacific Alaska Navigation
Company's steamship, Admiral Sampson, including Captain Moore, were
lost when the Canadian Pacific
steamer Princess Victoria rammed
the Sampson at 6:05 this morning
of Point No Point, 18 miles north of
Seattle, tore a deep gash both above
and below the water line, aud set the
ship afire. The Sampson sack in
ten minutes.
The collision was due to the dense
fog. Practically all the passengers
were asleep but Captain Mooro took
charge of the rescue work. Boats
were promptly lowered and ropes
thrown out. The last see-: of the
captain he was raising hls hand as
though saying "Good-bye," as the
ship  was swallowed  up by the sea.
The passengers drowned are: Mrs.
Ed. Banbury, bound for Skagway;
G. W. Bryant, bound for Seward,
home addresses unknown.
Crew's dead are: Captain Moore,
A. Sater, C. Marquette, Miss M.
Campbell (stewardess), L. Cabanas,
John G. Ware, A. J. Noon (chief engineer).
John McLaughlin, a San Francisco
passenger, and the wireless operator,
W. E. Reigher, are reported missing.
BOUGHT TICKET FOR GERMANY.
learned of it.
sit ion nre deeply appreciative of the
many expressions of interest received Horn all parts of the world. Slace
'he declaration of the war in Europe
th<   Argent Ins  has  increased   its  ap
pl-
for continental Europe, warships
convoying the transports. That they
will he In action within a fortnight
is expected.
Ml     reinforcements     are     badly
'nation   from  $l,300i000 to  $1,-! needed.     The   British   lines   on   the
 :   Holland  from   $100,000  tnJFrenp].  frontier have been subjected
'ft,000,     France  lends  word   that   to (erl.|nc  pressure by  the constant
CLOSE SEASON* IS CANCELLED.
town is immune. There is an old
saying that it is a poor policy to
lock the stable after the horse is
gone.
DELTA
Jockeye Fishermen Will Be Permitted  to  Continue  Operations
After August 25.
(From the British Columbian)
Word   was   received   by  the  local I
fisheries officials this morning, that
the   annual   close   season   for   sockets  from  August  25  to 'September |
15, has been rescinded for this year
by  the Dominion  authorities.    Thi-
ait'o i is taken as a result of recom-
,,   ,     ,.  ���  _-,   meudntions made by Chief Inspector
a call by   .��� nerai       H   runnlnghnm t��� have this done
���;���|,.n-Powell   for   a   hnndre,    J  ''"-������-. BI.-01int of the off year,
sand  boy  scouts to do s-mi-mintir*.
 Ifluty in  Great Britain, boys nre vol-
ALL  FAIR  CANCELLED,  unteerlng by the thousands. the fls'iery officials declare that the
    ,�� 'mn   for  this  season   will   be   found
a  meeting of the directors of |_ ST._P1JTER8BUkG, ^f^.JJ*.ftt | well up  to  the average,  while  it is
TO   SEXI)   100,000.
plans  for   participation   are   un-lQermaD charges, it Is admitled.
Red, as also does Japan. Thir
ne nations will participate in ih
n.
In  response
to
Although  this  is  one  of  the  lean
I years ln the salmon fishing industry
with  bases nt
"i-iit it'wns""unan"lmously" decided to fiumblnn.-n and Blall are c":"pp���'" Wyailed all through the season.
cancel the fall exhibition on account  ing in  nn  effort to  drive  the i,er- _��� 	
of the bad   llnanclal  conditions and! mans  from  the lake Wgion-Ul east
tin  war crisis Prussia.    The Russian line stretches
'*'  tlir,iu_h   sixtv    miles     of    marshy.
j wooded   country.      It    Is    pushing
speedily   forward.        The   Germans
Ita  Agricultural Society held  last Two Russian  forces^ wiin^-"s*"^ I^ a j^ that the begt prices have
REDISTRIBUTION     IN     SKEENA.
TSIXG TAU UNDER SIEGE.
BrttWh. French and Russian Vessels j are^   entrenched ^ numerous
Are Aiding Japanese in Tits
posi-
tioin, holding tbem as long as possible  and   then   blowing   up  the  de-
Movcnient. siui    < -purine     The Russ an
KKING, Aug. 25,-The blockade ffflJ"''0!!*^^ftSE the
TWn, Tau, the fortified seaport PIan Is to ������"*��? attempting a
Kino Chau, has begun. i.   n.,    ,.--u
French and  Russian ves- frontal rtUcfc     ^ ^^
British,
Ms of  war are taking part ln the
Movement.
Up to the present t'.me only Brlt-
FOLKESTONE, Eng.. Aug. 26.���
Sto'inships arriving from Ostend r<*-
S -irshlpsoff "hit port
������������������i-*,**--t-,   have   revived'orders, ported^ltisl^'vn^-.^^   ^   ^
i-opernte with tho Japanese in
" operations against Kiao Chau on
"' land side. The French are ex-
1 ���ting orders to assist the British.
1 i" probably will not be more than
u<> or three regiments from each
Ion.
lie Germans hnve dynamited all
tall bulldfngs here which might
of any assistance to an attacking
in 'giving them sighting points.
y  have  also  destroyed  the  rail-
d bridge at the boundary of their
"1 territory and they have razed
���"'hlnese villages within the ter-
Geniinn's' if they attempt to occupy
the city.
PRINCE RUPERT, Aug. 25.���
Mr. Justice Morrlsor: and Mr. Justice Macdonald, redistribution commissioners, cat yesterday. Mr. Wm.
Manson, M.P.P., suggested the division of the Skeena district into sec-
lions compriisng Prince Rupert city
and Digby Island, Queen Charlotte
Islands, Bella Coola, Omlneca and
Atlin  for electoral purposes.
SHIXGI.E MILL T.URNS.
n
CHILLIWACK, Aug. 25.���The
Shingle mill of Messrs. Lang & Rod-
(;is, at South Sumas, was destroyed
by fire yesterday*morning, together
with four car loads of shingles
cai'SS of the fire Is unknown.
The
fi'ory.
FRENCH IX EAST FLANDERS.
LONDON. Aug. 26,    a dispatch to j
Keiiter's Telegram    Company    from,
client says:   "A violent combat raged
at  Tournnl  on  Monday, the cannon-1
ading lasting from  4  o'clock in  the
afternoon  until  1   o'clock  the next
morning.    Workmen  relate that the
n<n-m_Tii wp.-p driven bftoK ftnd I
the French flag was .lying al Orrior   through nil stages of the senate yes
in East Flanders.
Australia,      New     Zealand,     South
Allien and India Will All
Send   Units.
OTTAWA, Aug. 26.���The Canadian contingent will form part of
an overseas force of one hundred
thousand men. Australia will send
30,000, from India 40,000 will be
withdrawn from the army, New _,ia-
lr.nd's force will be over 8,0()o and
South Africa will add 10,000 veterans of the Boer  War.
The "Evening Press" says:
"The formal order-in-council for
the enlistment of a second fighting
force is expected to be made within
a few days, ln the meantime tho
militia authorities are getting some
of the men into Valcartier and getting in touch with more so thai Ihe
raising of the second force Will oo
child's play compared with the first
at least as far as Infantry la (on-
cerned.
"A foot and horse force P.'inld be
raised in no time. With the auil-
Ury there might be a little more
time required as the artillery arm
ls an expert force which requires
considerable training to be gi/on t*f-
flccrs, gunners and drivers. However, a good many more gu is could
be manned within a short time."
Local Man Narrowly Esc ped From
Being    Bottled     l'p  in    the
Fatherland.
(From  The  ]>n.;sh  Columbian.)
Mr.  John  R.  Duncan,  manager of
ithe Vulcan Iron Works, of this city
had a close call from being bottled
up in Germany at the outbreak of
the war.     lie had his ticket bought
jfor the Kaiser's land when a timely
telegram   stayed   his   departure.      A
Ifew   hours   later   war   was   declared.
land all Britain was seething with
excitement. In a letter to The Brit-
ish Columbian dated August 6th,
London, .Mr. Duncan graphically describes tlie  London    scenes    on  the
PESSIMISM IS
NOT JUSTIFIED
Conference at Victoria Clearly Demons! tales That Situation Is
Not  Serious.
declaration of war, the departure of
HORSES FROM ONTARIO.
GOES THROUGH SEXATH*.
OTTAWA, Aug. 22.���The bill appropriating $50,000,000 for mili-
tary  and     naval   defence    was   put
TORONTO, Aug. 25.���The city
council held a five minutes' session
yesterday and endorsed the proposal
to present 100 horses drawn from
this dlstiict to the Dominion gov-
eminent during the war.
the llrst troops for thi front and th
Jpiijiht of the British and Americans
.on the continent, in Germany they
|could get DO help: in France the
mobilisation conditions made it Impossible for tourists to get away, and
Britain was rest ric! ing the transport
oi passengers on the railways for
military reasons. In Switzerland
tourists were compelled to flee without their luggage and seek transport
to the coast in market carts. One
prominent American wanted to charter a ship to tho stitrs; he had to be
content with a third-class passage at
$35. At a barb -r shop an American
'dentist with about $1500 in paper
Inoney but no gold, pleaded to be
taken on; he said that he used to be
a birb*r and wanted enough English
money to provide fond for himself.
On Saturday Mr. Duncan *aw Mr.
iA A. Mercer of the Royal Financial
.Cornoration late of Coquitlam, an
well known In this city, and a te-w
'days later he again saw Mr. Mercer
jfltt-d out in a kahki suit. Mr. Duncan had been joined at London by
|.Mrs. Duncan and dauhter, Nancy.
|lle was, when he wrote this letter,
endeavoring to get hack to Glasgow.
FIVE DIE IX AI'TO SMASH.
VICTORIA, Aug. 26.���The outstanding features of the important
conlerence held in the executive
chamber yesterday morning were
the declaration of the Premier that
the Provincial government would
endeavor to carry out its original
programme of public works for the
year in its entirety, that lie had reason to believe that the Dominion
government wou^d do the same, that
he had the assurances of the presidents of the C. N. it. and the P. G.
E. and the Kettle Valley Railways
that tli cy would continue their work
uninterruptedly as arranged. Finally,
came the very Important and specifia
statement of Mr. Campbell Sweeney,
of Vancouver, president of the Hank
ers' \sso.Million, that the s.nn - credits would be available ior legitimate
business as prevailed before the
declaration of war, and that the only
difference would be the refusal of
money tor purely speculative ..
poses and a little more conservatism
in advancing money for new enterprises. Tlie Premier was able to
show that in spite of the unparalleled circumstances In which the coujjl-
try round Itself at the present time,
there was nothing in the general
conditions of business in British Columbia to justify pessimism: on '
other hand there were many conditions of a hopeful character, and if
corporations, capitalists and the employers of labor generally would
Imako an effort, to work along the
same lines as the government In the
carrying out, as far as practicable, of
[their intended plans, the difficulties
of the situation would b greatly di-
;minished and anything approaching
a state of panic would be avoided.
GKRMANS LEAVE BRUSSELS,
j terday.
12.000 UNDER CANVAS.
Y.U.CARTII.I", Que., Aug. 24.���
With approximately 12,000 .'.idlers
under canvas here, this little French-
Canadian \ilia_e has assumed tho
role  of  a  great  mobilization  camp.
NORTH BEND, Ore. Aug. 21 ���
Five persons were killed outright
yesterday when an automobile owned
Iby Mr. J. Bluford Davis went through
jtho railing on the county bridge
across Pony Point and dropped 20
feet. One other person was slightly
Injured and one escaped unscratched.
LONDON. Aug. 25. -The cor
spondent of "The Dally Telegraph"
at Rotterdam In a despatch printed
this morning, says that, according
to the Rotterdam newspapers, do
German sollders bave been in Brussels since Sunday morning. Tha
total number of Germans who
passed through Brussels is estima]
at .-100,000. /
TSE DELTA TIMES
THURSDAY.    AUGUST    27,   18l4
CORPORATION* OP THR MUNICIPALITY O F DELTA
Notice la hereby given that I will on Saturday, the 12th day of September,   1914,   at  the hour of  10
o'clock in tbe forenoon, at the Council Chambers, Ladner, B.C., soil at p ublic auction the lands situate within
the said mt*T,'",-*--'u- ��� * ���*������������������"���-- j '*--'    -���
sooner paid
 , ���_...., _..,_., b.u <>t v uuuu auuuua me lands situate within
the said municipality and bereinaft er described, unless the arrears of t axes,   interest and   costs    are   not
>/
Name   of   Person   Assessed,
Hold en,   Wtoi	
Mardeslch, J  	
Holllnghead,  J.  \V.
Pearson,  T.   R	
Lyal,   i>   	
Campbell, .Mrs. J.
Kellingiton, l-:. A. .
Carlton, w. and J.
Laaelter Est., Geo.
MoCloskey, Geo ...
Kennedy, 1-tnlit ...
Kennedy, K-tit ...
Kennedy,   Kobt   ...
K.  Hruwn	
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9
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ascription of Property.
c
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Robl 	
Robt 	
Unlit 	
Robt 	
it.ibt 	
Unlit 	
Hub! 	
Unlit 	
Robt 	
Kobt 	
Unht 	
Unlit 	
Robt 	
Unht 	
Uobt 	
and Damaske, c.
Kt'imi
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Kennedy.
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Hall, T.
Rnssmnrssen,   JJ	
Troden,   .las    	
Thompson,  H.  G	
MoKenny,  j	
'Oriental   Contract  Co	
Kndersby.  W   and   t'riah   	
Hiltl-Cmik,    11	
ll.ill, T.  8.,  and  Damaske,  ('	
Hall, G.  S.,   Rothwell,  Dr.  Kennedy.
Kennedy.   Unlit    	
Kennedy.   Robt    	
Kennedy,   Unht	
Hull, T. S., and Da.ni.aske, C	
Smith,    F.    P	
Stout,  H	
Reid,   Susan    	
McLellan.   J.   C	
Leesnn,    F.    ".V	
Saskal,   S	
Shlbatn.  0	
Kennedy,   Unht
Kennedy,
Kennedy.
Kennedy.
Kennedy.
Kennedy.
Kennedy,
Kennedy,
Kennedy.
Robt
Robt
Rolit
Robt
Robt
Robt
Rolit
Robt
(llnnd,    Nells ���������������������������
Fraser. V. II., and MoKenzle, Mrs.
Mi-Krnzle,   J	
Kellinglon,   F..   A	
Kellington, E. A��� nnd Duncan  	
Hew ton.  F.  W	
Smith,  TI.  F...  Smith,  II.  R	
.Tenner,   T	
Stearman.  Mrs.  M	
Parks.   Wm	
St.   Qulnten.   Mrs.   B	
Dav,   R.   W	
Day,  R.  W	
Motts,   R.   W	
Motts,   R.   *V	
Motts.   II.   W	
Motts,   R.   W	
Cochran, J. E. ..
Adams, Mrs. I. .
MeCllnton,  S.   IC.
Curtis,  W.  C	
Curtis,  W.   C	
Curtis,  W,   C	
Kellett,   Geo   	
Kellett,   Geo   	
Kellett,   Oeo   	
Kellett,   Oeo   	
Kellett,   Geo    	
Kellett,   Geo   	
Pt. lots 54 and 59, G. 2	
"_ot. 9, sub-div. pt lot 54, Q. I	
Part lot  T..  I.adner 	
Lot 1.  Block A of T.nt 30. O. 2	
Lot 87, Block B, lot SO, G. 2	
Lot li  Work C, lot 30, O. 2	
Lol  T,  Block l'. lot SO, G. 2	
Pt,   Sl.'i.  Sec.   10.  Tp, 5	
PI    N\\*'4.   Ser.   85,  Tp.  5	
N'E'4,   Sec.   12.   Tp.  6	
Pt.   Lot   132,   G.   2	
Pt.  Lot  132,   G.   2	
Pt.   Lot  132,   G.   2	
Lota  IB to 17 Ot Lot 133, O. 2	
Lots 23 to 211 of Lot 133, O. 2	
Lot 1  of Lot 119, O. 2	
Lol   2  nf   Lnt   119,   G.   2	
Lot 3 of Lot 119,  G. 2	
Lot 4  of Lot  119,  G. 2	
Lol  "��� of Lot  119, G.  2	
\mI (1 of Lot 119,  G. 2	
I-ot 7 of Lot 119. O. 2	
Lot  8   of   Lot   119,   O.   2	
Kb. nf Kb.  Lnt   119. G. 2	
Loti 4 and 5, of Lnt 18. G. 2	
��'.. Lot 2 of Lot 18, O   2	
[vols 9 to 12 of Lot IS, G. 2	
Pt.   Lot   17,   O.   2	
Pt  Lot  16,  G.  2	
Pt.  Lnt 3 nf Lot 1*. G. 2	
Lot   1.   SW.,.   See. .1,  Tp,  4	
Lot   2.   SW'i,   See.  3,  Tp.  4	
Lnt 3, SW'i, Sre. 3. Tp. 4	
Pt  SE'..  See.  12,  Tp. 4	
SE'i See. 12. Tp. 4	
Part  Wi.  See.  11.  Tp.  4	
Part  SW', See. 14,  Tp. 4	
S'tftl,  Sec. 22,  Tp.  4	
NW4, Xl. SW:., Sec. 23, Tp. 4	
SE',',   See.   23,   Tp.   4	
NEV,   See.   23,   Tp.   4	
Pt,   SW',   See.   21.   Tp.   4	
ft. NW',. See. 24, Tp. 4	
Lot  8.  SE''.  Sec.  24.  Tp.  4	
Lots 11 and  12.  SE'4l See. 24, Tp. 4	
Lnt 2.  NE'i, See.  21,  Tp. 4	
Lots 5 and it. XE'J, See. 24. Tp. 4	
Lot 2.  W.'. N*E"4,  Sec. 24. Tp. 4	
Lot  9.   W-,  N_**_ See,  24, Tp.  4	
Pt,   W���   See.   25,   Tp.   4	
Pt.   S'i  SE':*,   See.  35,  Tp.  4	
Pt.  XW.  Sec. 25, Tp. 4	
Pt,  WI  Sec. 2.'., Tp. 4	
Pt.   Lot  440.  G.   2	
Pt.   Lot  440,   G.   2	
Pt.   SWi   See.  2*i,   Tp.  4	
Pt.   SEi-4  See.20.  Tp.   4	
ST"'.,  Sec.  20, Tp. 4	
Lot 5 of Lot O of 312 and 851
uol   I.  SE', See. 13. Tp. 4	
N'i Lot 8.  SE'j  See.  13,  Tp.  4	
t.nt  13,   ST"'-;   s,,,,.  )3, tp.  4	
Lnt   1',   SE'4  See.  13.  Tp.  4	
I.ot 3, SE'4 S��c. II. Tp. 4	
Lnt  0.  SEV4   See.   14,  Tp.   4	
Lota 10 to 12. SE'4 Sec. 14, Tp. 4	
Lot 10,  SE'4  See. 14,  Tp.  4	
I.nt 17, SE'4 Sec. 14, Tn. 4	
Pt.  Lnt  21,  SE'j  See.  14, Tp,  4	
Lnt 1 of Lots 1 to 5, NE'4 Sec. 30. Tp. 4..
Lot 2 of Lots 1 to ,*. NE'4 See. 30, Tp. 4..
Lnt 9, Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 5, NE'4 Sec. 30.
Tp.   4   	
Lot 10, Sub-Dlv. Lots 1 to 5, NE'4 See. 30.
Tp.   4   	
Lot 11, Sub-Div. Lots 1 to n. NE'4 Sec 30
Tp.   4   	
Lnt 12. Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 5. NE'4 Sec. 30.
Tp.   4   	
Lnt 15, Sub-Dlv. Lots 1 to 5, NEH See. 3G,
Tp.   4	
Lnt 23. Sub-Dlv. Lots 1 to 5, NE'i See. 3C.
Tp.   4   	
Lot IS, Sub-Dlv. Lots 1 to 5, NE'4 Sec. 3C,
Tp.   4   	
Lot 17, Sub-Div. Lots 1 ito 5, NE'i Sec. 30.
Tp.   4	
Lot 19. Sub-Div. Lots 1 to o, NEH Sec. 3C,
Tp.   4   	
Lnt 20, Sub-Dlv. Lots 1 to
Tp.   4   	
G. 1.
NK'4 Sec. 88,
I<-M.*ll
Kellett,   Geo
Kellett,   Oen
Kellett.    Qeo
Ranney,
Lindsay
���nt 21, Sub-Dlv. Lots ito'.',' NE'4 Sec.'.O
Tp.   4   	
M.
A   Cameron
Llndaay   A   < !am< ron
Cake,   E,   i'.	
Purler,    A.    O	
Keanan.   I'.   ,T.
Mills.    A	
Filmoure, M....
Kent, I'. ll. and C. Weare.
Kent,  I".  II.
d   I-.   Weare.
,nt 22. Sub-Dlv. Lnts 1 to 5, NE'4 Sec. 30.
Tp.   4	
.ot 24, Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 3, NE'4 Sec. 30.
Tp.   4   	
-nt 25, Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 5, NE'4 Sec. 30.
Tp.   4   	
,ot 20, Sub-Div. Lots 1 to 5, NE'4 Sec. 30.
Tp.   4   	
���Ot 27, Sub-Div. Lnts 1 to 6, NE', Sec. 30
Tp,   4   	
,ot 28, Sub-Dlv. Lots 1 to ,*., NE'i Ser. 3i;
Tp.   4   	
,01 29. Sub-Dlv, Lnts 1 to 5, NE'i Sec. 30,
Tp.   4   	
,"l 30, Sub-Dlv. Lots 1 to
Tp.   4   	
-nt  8,  NE',.  See.  30,  Tp.  4	
.ot 24,   XI)',  Bee.  30,  Tp.   I	
Lol  25,  N"!*',  Sec,  36,  Tp. 4	
,.-   28,   NEV"   Ser.   30.   Tp.   I	
Lol   ...   Sub-Dlv.   Sees.  2.".  and  30,   Pt.   Lot
G.   ���
XK'i Sec. 30,
Ito,
'.nt   4.  Sub-Dlv.  Sees.  2.*.  and  30,   Pt.   Lot
it',    li.   2	
"..   Lol   .",.   Sub-Dlv.   Sees.   25  nnd  30,   Pt
 .^^^__-__-----_H
'.m   12.  Sub-Dlv
Sees,
and
Campbi':.   Elisabeth
Slur-    Prank  	
Wist,   Abraham  	
Denning   Williams   ..
Cunningham,  o	
D.Bon,   a	
11 Bon,   a	
11 iminlnn Trusl C
Kellington, E. A..
Ki lUngton, E, A..,
Kellington, E A.,,
Ki lllngton, E,  A..
Kellett,  W	
Jenai n,   Arthur   ..
Hendry, B.
Hendry, I'..
Hendry,  B.
Pt.   Lot
Sees. 25 and 36, Pt. Lol
_e'r'."��"_!*.i"::'."!'".' Lo!
^^^^^^   ��i."p't."i,V>t
Sees.  25 and 36,  Pt'.' Loi
Dlv,  Sees.  23 nnii 30.  Pt.   I.m
^^^ Pt.' l.'.t
and ".Iii, "pV."l'.'ii;
nl  54, Sub-Dlv. Sees.  25 and  38,   Pt.   Lnt
140,   fi.   2	
s        35 and 36,  Pt, Lol
, "25  and  __,   Pt.   Lot
Sees.
410.   O.   2
rn  13   Sub-Dlv
440,    0.   2	
nl  16,  Si b-DIv
lie.  . ,^^^^^_
Lot   26,   Sub-Dlv.   Sees. 25 and
Hi.   G.   2	
Lot   II. Sub-Dlv
440,   G,   2	
Lot  42,  Su
It.E 	
Lol   14, Suib-Olv,  Seca 23 and ::o
419.    G.    2	
Lot  IS, Sub-Dlv,  Sees,
440,   G.   2	
Hendry, B  ���
 Bi".-i>:\
440,  a,   2	
Lol  58,  Sub-Dlv.  Bees'
440.    G,    2
al  61,  Suh-Dlv
'"���   G.   2....
d 64, Sub-Dlv
4lo.   G,   2	
Lm m   gui _|,.v
140,   G.   2....
ind .10,   Pr.   Lot
s- '��. 25 and M," Pt.'Loi
*- a: i      .   I   .   r .-������
410.   o.   2	
��� "  81, Sub-Dlv,
9om
T,i
Graham, John
Fie
Oer
1'istn r,  W. A.. Fisher, G.  M.
Li iinrtt, Arthur 	
A.   M	
A.   M	
A.   M	
Ranney,  A.   M	
A.   M	
Ranney.
Ranney,
Canary,
Sub-Dlv.
440,   o.   2.
SeC8. 25 and R0, 1 ,. LOI
Sees. 23 and 30,"pV."l !���'
Pt'.' Lo-
and 311, Pt.Lot
^^^^^^ , T.nt'
Lnts 119  to   121.  Pt'
Ranney
Ranney
U
P innej
Ranney
Ranney
Ranney
RanaflJ	
t'rvl-m-.l irk
Bn don-Jack
Williams
Kerr.   W.
A. M...
A, tt...
A. M...
A. M....
A.   M.  .
Dr.
Dr.
,01  89   Sub-Dlv, Sees.  25 and 36
440.    O.    2	
,ot 91.  Sub-Div.  Sees.  25 and 30.   1*1
140.   G.   2	
.   ���  10!   Snli-Div. Se*s,
4411,   o.   2 	
ml   107,   S"b-DlV.   Sees.   25  and   30.   I
M0,   O.   2	
.ni   15.   Sub-Dlv.   Pt
T.n(   440.   o.   2	
,n  l��, sub-iilv.  Pt.  Lota 11* to 121, Sees
25 and 90,   Pi    T.ot   140.  G. 2	
��� t  17. Sub-Dlv.  Pt.  Lnts 119 to 121   M
25   and   30   	
������- 18  Sub-Dlv. Pt. Lnts 119 to 121. Seca
'J*,   and   30   	
"t  18. Snb-iiiv.   Pt.  Lnts 119 to 121, Sees
25   and   30   	
a 20, Sub-Div.  Pt.  Lots 119 to 121, Sacs,
"     . ,1 1   -I'
Fred
J.
B.
B.,
SrC
Se
���    t    p  .t-.piv     I ,,,    ]10
��� ' I    ""I -I l'r   I .,i   i-i"
��� l��   Sub-Div.  |..,t  132
Itl    Bnb-niv.   tx>|   ua
'  "''   Sn; -D'v.  Lnt 122
���   i""   Sub-Dlv    Lot   ijj "
'   "���'   Sub-Dlv,  Lot 1_��""
'  '>  I of t  itp 13. and 188,
Lol   102   i-,,   i
25 and 86.
25 and 88.
Dated nt Ladner, B.C., tliis mm
On
of August, 1914,
1*
a a
6-
0
Ei
$70.77
*5.53
876.30
7.70
2.86
10. OS
34.60
3.73
38.33
3.93
2.19
6.14
10.20
2.81
19.01
6.74
2.33
9.07
2.56
2.12
4.68
416.50
22 81*
439.32
412.62
22163
435.25
772.75
40.63
813.38
644.33
34.22
678.57
130.34
8.52
138.86
131.28
8.56
139.84
197.37
11.87
209.24
176.30
10.84
187.14
70.80
5.64
76.34
70.78
5.63
76.31
69.16
5.46
74.61
70.78
3.53
76.31
72.73
5.63
78.41
73.80
5.69
79.49
80.62
6.03
86.65
76.33
5.S2
82.15
274.S7
13.71
290.68
78.50
5.93
84.43
20.32
3.04
23.86
109.56
7.48
117.03
69.30
5.47
74.77
123.9S
8.19
132.17
3.06
2,28
7.94
58.75
4.93
63. OS
57.75
4.93
68.68
14.17
2.70
10.87
410.4S
22.52
433.011
341.12
19.03
3i30.17
109.73
7.47
117.20
122.33
8.12
130.05
118.98
7.94
120.90
210.74
12.33
223.27
34S.2S
19.41
867.69
135.23
S.76
144.01
33.SU
3.69
37.49
17.33
2.S7
2^.40
41.33
4.06
45.41
27.55
3.30
30.91
103.30
7.26
112.50
21.72
3.0S
24. SO
21.72
3.08
24.80
S7.31
6.36
93.07
57.06
4.83
01.91
57.76
4.88
62.64
57.70
4.x<
02.04
92.85
0.04
99.49
13.42
2.07
10.09
134.21
8.71
142.92
17.54
2.S7
20.41
117.32
7. Sit
125,18
25.43
3.42
31.87
43.97
4.19
4S.16
20.00
3.30
29.30
22.96
3.14
20 in
22.90
3.14
2-! 10
14.45
2.72
17.17
23.0S
3.15
62.48
4S.0S
S.32
27.34
4.40
2.41
3.36
52.48
10.73
30.70
5.20
2.26
7.40
2.86
2.14
5.00
2.86
2.14
5,00
2.S0
2.14
5.00
2. SO
2.14
,    5.00
2. SO
2.14
5.00
2.50
2.14
3.00
2. SO
2.14
5.00
2.S6
2.14
5.00
2.80
2.14
5.00
2.S6
2.14
5.00
2.86
2.14
5.00
2.S0
2.14
3.0O
2.88
2.14
5.00
2.S0
2.14
3.00
2. SO
2.14
5.00
2.86
2.86
2. SO
2.S0
2.86
2.86
50.19
28.92
39.84
39.84
20,66
41.53
5.92
43.83
21. S3
24.68
42.66
19.S1
40.27
43.S3
23.86
15.09
15.08
15.08
20.98
20.90
20.05
20.65
43.02
34.63
27.08
31.20
41.11
42 26
2. SO
2.80
2.S0
2. SO
2.86
2.S6
2.so
2.80
2.S0
2. SO
2.80
41.05
11.05
313,45
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.11
4.X2
3.44
3.99
3.99
3.03
4.07
2.29
4.19
3.09
3.23
4.13
2.99
1.01
4,19
8.10
4.25
4.25
4.25
3.0|
3.04
3.03
3.03
4.15
3.73
3.35
3.00
4.05
4.11
2.14
2.14
2.14
2.11
2.11
2.11
211
,  2.14
2.14
2.11
2.14
4.0*
4.05
17.62
9 12
WASHINGTON STATE.
5.00
5.00
5.00
3.00
5.00
5.00
61.81
82 86
43!S3
43.83
23.09
43.00
S.21
4S.02
21.92
27.91
40.73
22.,,0
44.28
48.02
20.42
49.33
49.33
24.00
23. OS
23.(1-5
47.17
88.86
30.13
30. SO
45.10
40.37
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
N. P. Objects to Assessment.
BELLINGHAM, Aug. 22.���Objecting to being assessed a big sum
for "good will" the Northern Pacific Railroad Company has started
suit ln the Whatcom county court to
recover *"!J,652.20 from the county
treasurer, which sum was * paid
under protest. The company claims
it is being assessed arbitrarily* and
discriminated against by the tax
Commissioners in the matter of
"good will." The suit placed on
/ecord states that hotels, theatres,
restaurants, wholesale and retail
establishments, manufacturing establishments and other businesses
have the same elements of value as
those supposed to be represented in
the assessment against the railroads
for "good will."
City Cannot Dam Creek.
BELLINGHAM, Aug. 22.���Judge
Willlan. H. Pemberton, Thursday
morning, ruled in the case of Chas.
E. Lind against the City of Bellingham, holding that the city has no
rife-lit to dam Whatcom creek or any
other creek, but refusing to grant
the restraining order applied for because tho health of the people of |
the city iiiinlit be endangered. City
Attorney Dan North contended that
if the creek jvere not dammed the
creek would run dry and that the
water of tlie lake would then become stagnant, liot having an outlet. Judge Pemberton Suggests
that Lind bring suit against the city
for damages and intimated that he
would assign such a case for the
September term of court.
ranitidine*. Will lie I'lecl^e*!.
OLYMPIA, Aug. 22.���Every legislative candidate in this state will
receive within a short time, if he
has not received already, a blank
form on which to give his pledge
to vote next session for the proposa.1 I
constitutional amendment givine
the people the right to amend the
constitution  by  initiative.
Police Capture Booze Shipment.
BELLINGHAM, Aug. 22.���A
clever bit of police work resulted in
the arrest of Oliver Chase at tbe
Home hotel yesterday morning on a
charge of selling liquor illegally.
Chase had just received a shipment
of ninety-eight quart bottles of beer
and four gallons of whisky from
Sumas by stage. The police have
been watching Chase for several
days.
W<'man Unconscious 7 Months.
OLYMPIA, Aug. 22.���After lying
unconscious for seven months, Mrs.
Edna W. Edings, native daughter of
this city, Is dead at the home of her
father, P. I). Moore, on Capitol
Point. Mrs. Edings was striciten
with apoplexy while in Tacoma with
a party of Olympla friends last January, and did not regain consciousness at any time prior to her death.
Kelly Voted (hit Of Office.
EVERETT. Aug. 24.���T. J. Kelly
was votnd out of his position as
mayor Saturday morning by City
Commissioners Clay and Salter.
Clay was voted into the office.
The case will be taken into the superior court by Kelly to test the legality of his brother commissioners'
action in attempting to oust him.
Commissioner Clay introduced the
resolution to declare the position of
mayor vacant and then voted for
himself as Kelly's successor. Kelly
refused to vote.
Salter, the Socialist member of the
commission, voted for Clay.
I!i-lliiil_!iiiiii's Annual Estimates.
BELLINGHAM, Aug. 24.���The
heads of the different city departments are asking for a total of
$163,.128 for the maintenance of
their departments during Ull5. Thi.s
amount is $18,<i:'5 less than the
total asked for by the departments
for maintenance during the present
year, the eseimates for 1914 reaching   $1S:��,26..
OLYMPIA, Aug. 25.���Saturday,
with no rain, broke a 20-year record
in Olympla. Saturday was the
fifty-ninth clay without rain this sum-
mer, only one year in the past 20
having reached as high as 58 dry
days. That many were recorded in
1910, .during the months of June,
July and August, On June 25, this
year, .01 of an Inch of rain was recorded. Two days since then have
resulted tn what the weather bureau
calls a "trace," but not
measure.
The Royal Bank ol Canada
Incorporated 1869.
Capital Authorized  	
Capital Paid Up   .......           WMOO.OOJ
Reserve Funds  "   *1��.5eo,ooo
   ���13.5OO,0oo
Aggre gate 'Assets, One Hundred and Seventy-Five  M i.
Dollars. I"'��"
It Is the aim of the management of this Bank to makn a.
aPf��fair��sr Welcome' and t0 glve the bMt Powlbto attention tcThis ffi, J"
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
Accounts may be opened with d eposlts of One Dollar and n-
Interest paid or credited at the highest current rates  on M.. ,0*iT*.
November SOth each year. ' on Miy 31��t ��n.
JAMES GRISDALE, M��_4*er. IiADNBR
E. L. BERRY      E-^-i6
Grocer and Baker
Buy IMPERIAL FLOUR, made at Eburne Mill
SPECIAL WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR
LADNER, B. C.
BREAD DELIVERED TO  CRESCENT  ISLAND,   TUESDAY
FRIDAY. '
AXD
LUJUBER!
EBURNE SAW MILLS, LIMITED
Manufacturers and Dealers ln all kinds of
FIR, CEDAR AND SPRUCE LUMBER
Shingles, Lath, Sash, Doors, T urnlngs and House Finishings.
Phone RI. Eburne. Prompt Delivery by Rail or Scow.
******************************************************
DELTA   HOTEL
J. JOHNSTON, Proprietor
Ladner, B. C. Phone 2
Dining Room Open Ail Day Sunday.   Private Dining
jt Room for Tourists.    Good Garage
1************************************************1^***
Fresh and Cured Meats
DELTA MEAT MARKET
A. N. VORK, Proprietor. PHONE 21
��� No. 1 Shamrock Bacon and Hams.
No. 1 Circle Dacon and Hams.
No. 1 Southern Cross Butter.
Mince November Last We Have Handled  Nothing But  No.  1  Stall
Fed Steer Beef.
YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED.
eiiouj-h   to
5.00
3.(10
*.IM
*".in
4.1.1*1
330.07
���
.1,000 Acres Reclaimed.
SEATTLE, Auk. 26.���Wm. D. Perkins* & Co.. one of the leading Seattle
investment houses, have purchased
an Issue of $80,000 Cowlitz Couikv
Local Improvement District N'o. 1, 10-
year 7 per cent, bonds. Issued for
ilykitiK. Tliis Improvement reclaims
about .1000 acres of land, suitable
for cultlva'ion for urnins similar to
tbe Bkaglt '-'lnt district. The bands
are Issued in denominations of inon
each, and beltiK county bonds nre especially desirable for private invest-
ment.
..������other Factory for Sent lie.
SEATTLE, Aug. 25.���Another factory will mingle its smoke with that
of Seattle's Industrial enterprises.
The B. P. Sttirtevant Company, manufacturing ventilating and heating supplies, which has had an office in Seattle for three years, will erect a
plant employing fifty men al tlu-
start, according to an announcement
made by the local repres>
Ralph Chatham.
liaise Assessed Valuations,
BELLINGHAM, Aug. *JC���After
debating until a Inte hour Saturday
evening the county board of equalization voted to raise the assessed
valuations in seven of the townships
to a par with  I wo years ago.
FALL MILLINERY OPENING
SATURDAY,  AltilST 29th.
Imported Hats from leading wholesale  houses.  Latest
many varieties.
MISS LA CHANCE
styles
Milliner and Dressmaker
SACKS
BRACKMAN-KER MILLING CO.
Victoria, Vancouver, New We.tmin.ter
and H. N. RICH, Agent, Ladner, B. C
sentatlve,
Uhe *Delta U
ones
Sl.OO A YEAR
u- S. A.   .    .   $1.50
Payable in
Advance
Andrews
V A. McDIARMID, Collector.
complained   of  JIlnosH  and
change in the assessmentsTonJor  He relieved    ttTMSJJ'^Slfl?'
the most sweeping ever made bv an   --arcely had  left the bons'e  lit      '
''���lunllzaflon   board   in   this   count*    he,on'l attack  came   an? I r    "" B
BEAT-TLB,  Au*r.  2R._im_,_"" ..V IconM  hn  -_���!:,.IT1?.'. a"(l   '-'-f'-'-e he
Advertise in the Delta Times
,n    , _ 7*ATTI-R'  A"K-  28.���Edward W.   could be recalled   mV,,,''6  **��
-Hector. .Andrews,   president    ofthe   Seattle   ��**,    The CEUM *t ait\Wh v7m\ V
________ ; National   Bank  nnd  for many years   ����na pectoris. ''*"  "i,s iui"
.  leading  banker  aim  rinancier of I�� naroed  With   r.-i1-.,f ������     ... .
-at le and  tbe Northwest,  died  on        BB^INOHAM   A_?^J   'V*"*'
'">'>���-������ mght at his residence, 1J00   formation fu"���|shed i,S u'~��n  '"
lui-ersity strpc,t.      Thn em] Commisrtone_rj L TAkE*VatI F|s!
"'���'���"'ly.      While    eating    dinner Aitken,infomat.on; "Md Iohr
����.   members    of   his    family,   Mr. | .���  court  bTco'uS Attorney  __Z
against  the Pacific American  Fisheries  and   the  Apex  Packing  Company,  the   latter at   Anacortes. for
fishing   during   the  closed   season.
The faps alleged to have been un
lawfully  fished    are  located    near
Point   Roberts.    Ukins  and   Aitken
claim that the aprons on the traps
were   lowered   only  about   ten   feet,
whereas the water was about sixty
Information! have Veen filed ���  ffeet.c,ee,) there' allowing the flsh to
f<*   into    the   opening   beneath  tl
web. THURSDAY,   AUGUST    27,    1914.
THE DELTA TIMES
���������*������
MUNICIPALITY OF DELTA.
By-law No	
_*__*,..
By-law to Provide for Repattrs for the Works r���i,.t.��� . ��� .- _
1895,"  and to Borrow the Sum of Vvln%.o^<t___J\v^V "?e "��*�� Dyke    and    Drain By-law,
Sisty-three cents   ($21,225.63)  to Carry Out Such iK2i1"5 H,u?dr��l ����"�� Twenty-five Dollare and
July, 1914. *  "Ul Such Repairs.   Provisionally Adopted   the   llth   Day of
of the Cor-
h
Whereas the Municipal Council of  direction  aion**- thp h,��� -    .     _llliiiiiH__________________________________________i
the Corporation   of the District of a distance of 8loo f��-?e(a    esa*(i'       And whereas it is necesary to ex-
Delta on  the fifth day of October,  where the dyke is nro^tp^fa P��}?1 Pend  &e sum of Twenty-one Thou-
ffbffjsrai^aws: ^aHF" s Tw\Hrred and t���
for the dyking and draining of a por- tions in^mlnith^nJWT ln8tru<:- ?*> and 8ixt5r-three ��-->����� <*21*-
tlon of the Municipality of Delta and nations and survey      f lary exami" 225"63-   t0  Preserve,  maintain  and
lo borrow the sum of $41,320.51 for that the dyke willlh. r!m      e /ouncl r��Pair the said work and the Coun-
completlng  the same In lhe following manner  whlich^wp cil does not deem it expedient to levy
^jsiff iS-wu'u ^iit-rr^rb12^ Sstr in one year and u z
of    the Municipality making    such a grade by E,!,1" b,rou**-*t t0 6xpedlent  to   borrow  the  said  sum
work to preserve, maintain and keep it.ches below the tons1   nf .1       ��f 5 f0r the purpose aforesaid
in repair the same at the expense of stakes   upon  the     Vrnnn/      gA The Municipal Council c
the lands and roads benefitted. shown on profile.                    atld  as poratlon   of  the   District     of  Delta
where the repairs required to be of the dyke SeCuret* on the crown ^ 1. That the sum of Twenty-one
made are so expensive that the Mu- That the're-entrant -nol. tn 'Thousand Two Hundred and Twen-
nlclpal Council does not deem it ex- Gulf side of the dyke beTflUed wtfh ty_five Dollars and Sixty-three cents
pedlent to levy the cost thereof In earth as shown on the cro s sec ion (M1.IIM8) be borrowed on the
one year, the Council may pass    a attached. - section .' ���   oa tne
bylaw to borrow    upon the dehen-      That all earth for flli'n_ . ,       ?        Corporation of the Dis-
tures of the municipality the funds and face of'dvke be takm      "T" !ta' beins the *ur*d8 nec*
necesary for the work and to assess side of the dyke m        ess*T for the preservation, mainte-
and levy upon the property benefit- That no earth' whatever be taken r'ance ,nd rePalr ot the works con-
tPd a special  rate sufficient for the  lrom the Gulf side of the dvke "fueled under the "Delta Dkye and
jmvment of the principal and   titer-      That a farina of n,1,1,1   .       _. ._   t- i     r,   , _ y
li of the debentures. of ,4 inche*be p��L>Tut onV_ ear h   ?*2     ""'^   1895'"  and  that de"
And whereas the Council procured  and  beaoh? as ttomt I?____W.2��  be,Uurea of the corPo>-ation to   the
an  examination     to    be    made  hy tion. amount of twenty-one thousand two
Messrs. Burnett & McGugan, Survey-      That a facing of rip-rap be nlaced   tonArei and twenty-five dollars and
ors.   being   persons   competent     for  upon the rubble on   he Qui   C ot sixty-three cents .$2   225 flJt L
that purpose of the said dyking and  the dyke, with a slone n' 1   ���T ���*?!  _,.   ��� .121,286.88) be is-
drainage works,    and    estimates of average depth, of the rock t    1_ v>  I SUm8 ��f not less than one
the repairs to be made and an asses- to 14 inches, as shown on the cross *-undred dollars (1100.00) each and
ment to be made by them of the real  section. payable twenty (20�� years from the
property to be beneflttd by the said We include also an estimate of the date thereof with interest at the
repairs stating as nearly as they can cost of this scheme and also a re rate of five ���_- - ����� *-*""ts- at tne
the proportion of benefit which in vised Assessment Sheet In defin ��e annum ��rt SlT /�� ^ C9Bt)
their opinion will be derived in con-  Ing the lands to be Included in th".        a   e a   the    P "/m t0,    b,e
sequence of such repairs by every assesment we have fo S f��i?h m<.�� w , ��� . i*k of Montreal,
section or portion of section, the fully all those porUo is included fn an.M^av S/t'8-1 Columbia,
gald assessment so made being the the original assessment shett IS 1 *���?,- ,f attached to them cou-
a=sesment hereinafter hy this By-law 1896 and any fu~ sjeclfications P " L ^ Payment ��f intereSt
and levied await your command,
We have the honor to be.
enacted to be    assesed	
upon the section hereinafter in that
behalf specially  set  forth  described
and the report of the said Burnett &
MrOugan in respect thereof being as
follows:
New Westminster, B C, Aug. 4, 1914
To His    Worship    the    Reeve, and
Councillors of Delta.
Gentlemen: We have the honor to
submit plans, profiles and cross section? of a scheme for the protection
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
Yours very faithfully,
BCRXETT & McGUGAN,
Per D. J. McGugan.
5200 yards of earth at    25c per         _���., ,_,��,,-, aL ine ra,-e
yard    $1,300.00 of five per centum (5 per cent) per
Estimated  cost  of extra rlght-of- annum   the  following     special   rate
way (5 feet wide)          400.00 over and above all other rates sahall
Depreciation in    rails,   spikes and be assessed and levied, in the same
��� ��� ...  v���_ ��� ,..���..      ties  (25 per cent)   ....      686.70 manner  and  at  the    same  time as
of the 1895 dyke along the portions Laying ties and rails along 12,300 taxes  are  levied,     upon  the  underexposed to the Gulf of Georgia, said      feet  (4c a foot)          492.00 mentioned   sections    and     parts  of
pertions being more particularly de- 11.700 yards    of    rock at    $1.00 sections and the amount of said .spe-
scrilied  as  follows:                                    per yard   11,700.00 cia!   rate  and  interests  assessed  as
9  men    for 195    days    at $2.24 aforesaid against each section or part
per   day       4,826.25 section  respectively shall be divided
2 horses for 195 days at $2.00 per into twenty equal parts and one such
day         780.00 part be assessed and levied as afore-
np-hioprin.-     and     contingencies said  in  each year for twenty  (20)
    1,040.68 years after the final passing of this
By-law during which the said deben-
Commencing    at  a  point on  the
18"t5  dyke,  said  point being N.  87
degrees  10  minutes W   (ast)   a distant of 16.19.5 feet from the inter
section of the centre
southerly end of    the    _. _. 	
with the said 1895 dyke; thence following In a northerly and  westerly
line    of the Engineering
G. B. Road	
/
    $21,225.63  tures have run.
1014 ASSESSMENT.
For Rip-Rap along 1895 Dyke, alo ng Gulf of Georgia.
Nominal Owner of Property.
Section or Lot.
eg
= 0.
2.
= a
�� 4.
"- =
1 8
k E
91
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i cn
1.
m
Kennedy,    Ro*>t	
Kennedy,   Ro-bt	
Kennedy,   Robt	
Kennedy,   Robt	
Kennedy,   Rotit	
Kennedy,   Robt	
Dominion Trust Co	
Westminster Trust Co.  ...
MaoOrifftn, J.  M	
Perry, C. N	
Cassidy, et al, G	
Smith, Frank P	
Kennedy,  Rotit	
Kennedy, Root	
Roberta, w. p	
Burns,   D	
Kennedy, Roht	
Glderkln & Gall 	
Olbion. W.  E	
Kennedy, Robt	
Kennedy, Robt	
Kennedy, Robt	
National  Finance Co	
Williams.  Fred   	
Horr & Reid  	
llllison,   W.   E	
Irwin, Jas	
Kennedy.  Rol>t	
Arls &  Cogglni   	
Burr & Reid   	
Smith.   Frank   	
Nations" Finance Co	
Wilsnn, HI, E. M	
Espten, R. J	
Wilson. J.  K. "	
Wilson, J.   K	
Hume & Storey  	
Burr,   I".   R	
QllchrUt,   A.,   Estate   	
Burr. I*. B	
Ollchrlat,   A..   Estate   	
Burr. ES, B	
Hume * Storey  	
Mllollcl!,  N	
Burr, ,1. .1	
""i-i ...   David   	
Oreen, F. J	
I. ulniT, Thos. /.	
Holmes, J. S	
H"lmi..H,   Wm	
Holmes, Wm	
Illlrhrlst, J	
Gilchrist, j	
Land, Fred 	
Gilchrist,  A..   Estate  	
Harris, Mrs. D	
band. Fred 	
H:trrls   Bros	
McCloskey, 0��	
Mitchell, N	
Burr, ,t. J	
Bpinning, C	
Spinning, C	
i-'vlon,  It. C	
McDonald, J. m	
Burns,  D	
Burns. D	
Coleman. R. A	
Foster, F. \v	
Btokea, u. J	
stokea, w. E	
Burns,   D	
Burns.  I)	
MeAlllsftr, II. F	
Burns.  D	
Wlllinms,   Fred   	
Williams.   Fred   	
EMerkln, C. W	
Bums,   n	
Burns,   D	
Burns    n	
Aria ,4  Cogglns   	
Bums.   r>	
Burns,   D	
Kerr, \v. ,1	
Anderson, fins  	
fisher, A, ���".- R	
Hart ft Co., F. .1	
'���iilii'T,  Thos.   E	
I .amnio Bros,  nnd J.  Mllo
cdilanders, s. M	
Sheldrake, Jas. E	
T I! ' u*. rtnrilon  tf	
II " hereon, Mrs.  E	
Kirkland, it. J	
'���"'������I.*'unl. W. A	
Kirkland, Mrs. J	
"'Ir-tnrta Terminal Rly. Co.
N'trls. Estate,  M	
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Lot 119,  Part  	
Lot  Hit. .part  	
Lot 119, .Part  	
Lot If.'. Part 	
Lot 119, Part  	
Lot na. part	
Lot  1-8,   Lot 1   	
Lot 133, Lots 2, 3, 4, 3 	
Lot 133, Lot fi 	
Lot 133, Lot T 	
Lot 133, Lots S and 9 	
Lot 133, Lots 10 and 11 	
Lot 133, Lots 12. 13. 14. I.i, 16 .
Lot 138, Lots 17, east 50 feet .
Lot 133, Lot 17. west 30 feet .
Lot 133, Lots 18, 19, 20, 21, 22
Lot  133.   Lots 23. 24. 23, 2l> ....
Lot 132. part  	
Lot 132, part 	
Lot 132, pan	
[....  132,  pa  I	
Lot  132.  ;.a,:    	
Lot 132, part  	
Lot 132,  Lot 1   	
Lot 131,  part  	
Lot 181,   part   ..��,	
Lot 131,  part  	
Lot 131,  part  	
Lot 13", part 	
Lot  ISO, part 	
Lot 189, part 	
Lot ISO,  part	
Lot 120 	
Lot 113 	
Lot 129   	
Lot 13!  	
Lot 149 	
Lot :i'-,\. part 	
Lot,  part  	
Lot 147,  part  	
Lot 117. part 	
Lot lis 	
Lot 180  	
Lot 181   	
1 ol 148, part 	
Lot llfi, part  	
Lot 111   	
Lot in; 	
Lot 108 ���	
Ser.  12.  SW'i,.  part     	
Se ���   18, sk',. part  	
Bee   18, 8W4, s> ��� 	
See.  12, SW',. Lots 1. 2, 4 ��....
12, SW1, part
Bee, 12
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N\V',. nart
12.  NW',.  part   	
12,  NW',,  part   	
12. Nl".,,  part  	
132  	
141   	
143  	
143,  part   	
145,   part   	
13, S!v,  	
4*7.   Pt.   Pec.  fi,   NW'l
487, Pt. See. fi. SW,
188, pari 	
1"9.  part   	
139. part  	
im, nart   	
137. part See,
437, part See,
437.  part.   Lot 4:
437,   part   	
IS,   NT*',,  part   	
19   ��K'.    part   	
437, Pt. See. 10, Tp. 4. Lot
437. Pt. Sec. 20. To. 4, part
137. T't. Soc. 20. Tp, I, par
437, Pt. See. 20, Tp. 4. Pt.
t"7.  Lot 3, part
21,   NW',   	
21,  NK'	
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i"2.  nn'*t   	
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���'*..   NW',   	
2fi.   NE'4   	
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177.  part
177.  part
41.0
9.23
41.
19.75
40.0
9.25
7. IH
27.95
��.77
6.78
13.35
12.99
80.98
3.02
3.02
2S.97
21.24
8.00
s.oo
77.5
14.88
���5.11
23.11
16.19
liS.O
27.0
30.0
io.o
70.0
41.0
7.0
41.0
150.0
1H5.U
lfiO.O
2111.0
150.0
135.0
25.1
11.5
71.5
pi 9
16.0
87.0
US I
51.ll
170.0
195.9
,���*  i
19.70
160.0
S0.ll
2S.53
28.47
S2.il
40.0
19.0
19.0
160.0
20.0
20.0
22.0
5.0
15.0
lfiO II
180.0
lfiO.O
49.0
10.0
25.0
88.0
160.0
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1*0.0
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10,0
"2,69
24.0
50,0
221.0
16,0
188.0
160.0
34.0
132.0
lfiO.O
814.0
160.0
lfiO.O
50.0
''17
92. IS
108.88
180.00
135.00
���;ii.i7
6.6
88.87
$ 37.40
12.95
57.40
ar.es
66.00
12.95
10.02
39.13
9.48
9.42
IS. 09
18.19
43.3S
4.23
4.23
40.50
29.74
S.40
11.20
10S.50
30.81
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Victoria Terminal Rly. Co.
Grauer, J	
Davie, A	
Davie,  A	
E_plen   &   McCallum   	
Esplen   &   McCallum   	
Parmiter,   A.   J	
Arthur,   Mrs.   P	
Armstrong Annie   	
Arthur,  H.  J	
Arthur,   F.   J	
Arthur,   C.   H	
Arthur,  Mrs.  P	
Jovdan,   Jas	
Morley,  Sam   	
Wright, S and W	
\\ liifbt, S and W	
Rau,::is. Mark	
Smith,   Robt <-....
MoNeely, Mrs. A	
Perram, J. and F	
McNeely, Mrs.  A	
JlcNeely, Mrs. A	
Brodie,  Sydney    .
Lougheed,   W	
Leary,   A.   R	
Smith,   Bros	
Smith, et. et., C.  M	
Smith,  Bros	
Smith,   Asahel   	
O'Brien,  J.   and  Chas	
Smlt'h,   Bros	
Smith,   Bros	
Smith,   Bros	
Vict.. Van. & E. Rly	
Smith,   Bros	
Smit'h,   Bros	
Lidmr,   E.  B	
Vict.   Term.   Rly  Co	
MoKee,   D.  A	
MoSee, John 	
Lassiter,  Geo	
Frodurlek,   W.   J	
Viet.   Term.   Rly.   Co	
Montgomery,  IT	
.M-i-.illnm.  N.  C	
Vict.   Term.   Rly	
Paterson,   T.   W	
Vict. Term.  Rly.  Co	
i-ullls,   F	
Siitherly,  J.   R	
Armstrong,   Mrs.   A	
Hums, D	
Viet.  Term. Rly.  Co	
Burr,  J.   B	
Burr,  J.   B	
Harris.   Bros	
Chiddell, E	
Holmes,  Wm	
Pybus, Wm	
I'vhiis,   W.   C	
Rich,   IT.  N	
Pybus,    Wm	
I'ybus,  W. C	
Brown. E. S	
Brown. E. S	
Davis,   A	
Bills,   W.  R	
Hornby, Wm	
Hornby, Wm	
Monkman. J.  J	
Pybus,   Wm	
Siddall, W. H	
Gulehon,   Est.   L i
Guichon,   Est.   L	
Guichon,   Est.   L	
Dowding.  Chas	
Mason.   Wm	
Rend,   Est.,   A	
Davis,  C.   H	
Mason,   Mrs.   W	
Mason, A. H	
Black.   D	
Nelson, Jas	
Kind,   Est..  A	
McRae.   Jas	
S wan.   Geo	
Martinolich, A	
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Lot  4..
Cosullch,   A	
McCubbin, F	
Savage,   H	
Cape & Thomas
Taylor, L. D	
Savage,   H	
Savage,   H	
Savage,   H	
Savage,   H..	
Norris.   Geo	
Swenson, Paul ..
Swenson, Paul ..
Swenson, Paul ..
Wilson,   H	
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Lots 181. 182 and part of Lot 138, Lot 1
Lots 1.81, 182 and part of Lot 138, Lot 2
Lots 1S1, 182 and part of Lot 138, Lot 3
Lots 181, 182 and part of Lot 138, Lot 4
Lots 181, 1.82 and part of Lot 138, Lot 5, pt
Lots 181. 182 and part of Lot 138, Lot 3, pt
Lots 181,  182 and  part 138. Lot fi	
182 and part 13S,  Lot 6A	
182 and  part 13S, Lot 7	
182 and part 138, Lot S	
182 and part 13S, part Lots 9, 10
1S2 and part 13S. part Lots 9, 10
182 and  part 138.  Lot  11	
182 and part 138, Lot 12.
Lots 181,
Lots 181
Lots 181
Lots 181
Lots 181
'Lots 181
Lots 181
Lots LSI, 1S2 and part 138, Lots .3
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Lot  110
Lot 188,   part
Lot  1SS,  part
Lot  iss.  part
Lot  188,  part
Lot  188,   part
Lot 188,   part
Lot  188,  part
Lot  ISS,  part
Lot   117   	
Lot   109   	
Lot 108 	
Lot  1"7,  part
Lot  107,   part   .
Lot 107,   part
Lot  1S3,   part   .
Lot 183,   part   .
Lot   183   	
Lot 184, part
Lot 184, part.;
Lot 184. part.;
Lot 186, part .
Lot 186, part .
Lots Iio and 01.
59,   Lot   1.  	
Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 3S and
59. Lot 2	
Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lota 38 and
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and
and pnrt of Lots 58 and
Cape & Thomas
Savage,   H	
Savage,   H	
Savage.   H	
Savage,   H	
Savage,   H	
Savaga,   H	
Savage,   H	
Bussanlch,  M	
Bussanlch,   M.
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Anderson,   R	
Anderson,   R	
Anderson,  R	
Andorson,   R	
Jenson,  N.  A	
Jenson,  N.  A	
Kettles,  Chas  	
Berney,  Jas	
Berney,  Jas	
Carter.   H	
I'osulleh,  A	
Hussunlch. M	
Bussanlch, M	
Selich,   M	
Trim,   Harry  	
Trim,  Harrv  	
Davis, <-. it	
Kettles, Chas	
Trim.   Ed	
Mei 'alliim. Jas	
Kerr.   J.   E	
MoCailum, J., and Handford,
Waddell, A	
Blaek.   I)	
Lewis.   II	
r.iehardson, J	
Klohunlson, J	
Waddell.   A	
Waddell,   A.	
Baker ,��i Leary 	
Leary.   I).   F.	
Williamson, J.
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MoCailum, .las	
MoCailum, Jas	
MoCailum, ,'us	
MoCailum, .las	
MoCailum,  Jas	
Nelson.  R	
Anderson, 11	
Leslie.    R.   S	
Nicholich, Tore ....
Tule.   A	
Lanning,   W.   J	
Webster.  D	
Wellington  Farm ..
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Guleli'.n.Ksi..  I.	
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Go'   hui   Est..  L	
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59, Lot 22 	
Lots 60 nnd 61.
59,   Lot  2.1   ...
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39,   Lot   24   ...
Lots 00 and 61,
59,   Lot  23   ...
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58 and  59,   Lot  15
and part of Lots 58
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and part nf Lots 58 and
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Lot  2...a	
Lot 3	
Lot 4	
Lot 5  	
Lot fi	
Lot 7	
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55, 56 and 57. Lots 2 and 3...
55. 50 and 57.  Lot 4	
56 and 67, Lots 5. 0 and
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56 and
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56 and
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Subdivision  of  portion   Lot   51
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Lot    |IS    	
Lot   97   	
Lot   127   	
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Lots 13
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Lot 20,
Lot 21
Lots 23
Lo, 28
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,   Lot  241	
Lot   2.5	
, Lot 86	
Lot   27	
Lot is	
14, Lots I, 2..
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4. Lot I	
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59,  Lots 4 and 5	
Lots 00 and 61, and part of Lots 58 and
59, Lot 6	
Lots 60 and 01, and part of Lots 58 and
59,  Lot 7	
Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 58 and
59, Lot 8	
Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 58 and
59, Lot 9	
Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 5b and
59, Lot 10	
Lots 60 and 61. and part of Lots 58 and
59. Lot 11 	
Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 38 and
59, Lot 12 	
Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 58 and
59. Lot 13	
Lots 60 *��id 61, and part of Lots 58 and
59, Lot 14 	
Lots 60 and 61. and part of Lots 38 and
59, Lot 15	
Lots 60 and 61, and part of Lots 58 and
39, Lot 16 	
Lots 00 and 61, and part of Lots 58 and
59, Lot 17 	
Lots 60 and 61. and part of Lots 58 and
59. Lot IS 	
Lots 60 and 61. and part of Lots 58 and
59, Lot 19 	
Lots 00 and 61. and part of Lots 58 and
59. Lot 20 	
Lots 60 nnd 61, and part of Lots 58 and
59, Lot 21 ^^^^
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THURSDAY,   AUGUST    27,    i8l4
Continued From Page Three.
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Elliott,   J.   13	
Leary, Wm	
Baker, Q, T	
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Baker & Williamson 	
Kid. &  Green  	
Smith, W. ll	
Baker & Paterson 	
Lanning, Kaweett & Wilson.
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MoNeely, Mrs. A Ladner
McNeely, Mrs. A
McXeely. Mrs. A
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Lot 106,  Lot 21  	
Lot 106.  Lits 23, 26, 27.
Lit  106,   Lot 28	
Lit  108,   Lot 29	
Lit 106.  Lot 30 	
Lot 106.  Lot 31  	
Ixit 106,  Lot 32	
Lot 106, Lot 3.1  	
Lot 106,  Lot 31  	
Lot 106,  Lot 35 and 36..
Lot 106, Lot 3S 	
I.ot 10.,   Lot 39 	
Ixit 106,   Lot 40	
Lot  106,   Lot   41	
Lot 106,  Lots 42, 43, 44..
Lot  106,   Lot 4_,  46	
Lot  106,   1/Ot 47	
Lot 106,  Lot IS  	
Lot 106.  Lot 49  	
Lot 106. Lot 50 	
Lot 106.  Lot 52 	
Lot 106, Lot 53 	
Lot 106,  Lot 54  	
Lot 106,  Lot no  	
Lot 106,  Lot 56  	
Lot  106,  Lot 57  	
Lol  106, Lot 68  	
Lot  106,   I-ot   59   	
Lot 106,  Lot 60 	
Lot 108,   Lot 61   	
Lot  106,  I_ot 02  	
Lot   108,  Lot 63  	
Lot 106.  Lot 6*5  	
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T/Ot 106,  Lot 92 	
Lot 106,  T.ot 93  	
Lot 106,  Lot 94  	
T/Ot 106.  Lot 95	
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T.ot 106. Lot C, part 	
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Lot 106, Lot C. part	
Lnt 106. Lot C, part 	
Lot 106, Lot D, part 	
Lot 106. Lot E. part 	
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Lot 106, T.ot J, part 	
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Lot 106,  Lot M,  part	
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Lot 106,  Lot 96  	
Lot 106, Lots 97, 9S, 99	
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Lot 106,  Lot 104  	
Lot imi.  Lot 105  	
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Lot 106,  Lot 10S  	
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Lot 106,  Lot 113  	
Lot 106,  Lot 114  	
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Lot 106, Lot 116  	
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Lot 106,   Lot 151  	
Lot 106,   Lot 152  	
Lot 106,   153   	
Lot 106.  134   	
Lot 106,   Lot 153  	
Lot 106, Lot 136 	
Lot pi,!.   Lnt   157   	
Lot 106, Lots 168 to 161. part 	
Lot 106, portion north of Westham St..
Lot 106, portion north of Westham St..
Lot 108, Subdivision portions 106 and 113
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8, This by-law mny In- cited dm the "Delta  Dyke nnd  Drain  By-law,  1895,  Repair  Dy-law 1914"
I).uie  nnd   passed   In   open   Council the 8th day of August,  1914.
Reconsidered and finally pamed the day of , 1914.
(Seal)
A.  D.  PATERSON,
Reeve.
N.   A.   McDIARMID.
CMC
I  hereby certify that the foregoing by-law Is a true copy of a by-law provisionally  passed  nn  *-���t,1P,'in���'
August  8,   1914. auiur-iay,
N    A.   McDIARMID,
Clerk Municipal Council
Notice Is hereby (riven  that any person  Intending to apply  to have the above mentioned by-law or anv
part thereof quashed, mutt not later than tin   (10)  days after the find   passing  thereof,   serve   notice  In
writing upon the Reeve and upon the Clerk of the Municipality of hls Intention   to   make  application   to"the
Supreme Court  during the thirty  180'J  days next ensuing after the flnt'l paslng of this by-law.
N. A. McDIARMID,
NEW 8CHOOL OPENED,
MAii.i.AitDViLi.K. Aug. 26.���Yesterday  marked the opening of the
two-roomed     school     in   this "Hinge
with   Miss A.  L. Wilkie  installed  as
principal  and  Miss .lean   McKwen  in
charge of the junior division.     Both
teachers are from New Westminster,
So  ceremony   occurred   ar.d   beyond
outlining and forming the tlasses fori
the  term  little else  was  attempted.
and  the  scholars  were  dismissed  at
noon     A-ho l�� 55 scholars wore enroll-1
ed  at tne  opening but  thi-  n.raber
w.u  ,.' . tttbiy  in ' ���' ������'-  wi :'"'    ll"'
��� Oti'l    i?! a ���'eek *.r so.
plprk Municipal Council.
WEPT  CLEAT! OF YOUNG  MEN'. I        EXHIBITION C.XCEM.EI..
MA1LLARDV1LLB,    Aug.     24.���
During     (lie     pas*     week     between
twenty-five and thirty men have enlisted   with   the   104th   regiment  at
New    Westminster,    and    Constable
I'are,   who     has  been     bearing  tlie
brunt of the recruiting stated today
that the town ls practically deserted of the majority of Its able bodied
young men.    The fact tha' the mills
laid  off a   large  percentage  of their
employee!   coupled   wlh   the   bad   financial   outlook   for   the   immediate
future, Is one reason for the exodus
of  the  Inhabitants   here.
CENTRAL  PARK,  Aug.   23���The
board   of   directors   of   the   Central
Park   exhibition   have  also   seen   fit
to call off their exhibition this year
on account of the war.    At a special
session  of the directors of the Central   Park   Agricultural     Association
and  Farmers' Institute, held on  Friday evening last, It was decided that
owing  to   the  war  It   would   not  he
advisable to hold the exhibition this
year.    The directors regret this step
but hope that next year a much larger and better exhibition will    be arranged.
.-*���____**_
MUNIClPAIilTY OP DELTA.
By-law No.
A By-law to Provide for Repairs for the Mud Bay Flats Dyking and Drainage Works and to Bo
Sum of Twenty-two Thousand Six Hundred and Ninety-eight Dollars and Seventy-four Cents fta * lhe
71) to Carry Out Such Repairs.    Provisionally adopted the 11th Day of July, 1914. <*22.008..
Whereas the Municipal Council of herewith a statement and plans re council does not d��fim u
the  Corporation  of  the  District  of the work which has been done and levy the said **���*._?��     ej-Pe<Uerttto
Delta on the 22nd day    of October, also that which has yet to be done, it is craedlent t�� S. ��ne year and
1892, duly passed the "Delta Dyke On account of the old flood gate at turn tor ito-ratoL   -*r0W the ��aU
and Drain By-law No. 1" to provide the mouth of the Big Slough being      1    ��    . PUrpose foresaid
for  the  dyking  aud   draining  of  a washed out this last July lt Is neces- ������   .? Mun_*cl?al Council of the c
portion of the Municipality of Delta sary  to  construct  a  concrete  flood f��ra"on ot the District    of    n ,r"
known as the Mud Bay Flats Dyking gate  which  will be    a    permanent tIlerefore enacts a8 follows- a
ing Works and to borrow structure.     We also find that 1500       *���    'Mat the sum of tJ��� .
. $28,812.00 tor completing  feet of sixteen foot flr and *.��n��r mt. Thousand. Sir HnnH.-J"  "-'^ty-i
iuety.
known as
IWHl    Ulal    IUS     ������ -.         --      ������      -F-.wwvM.wi -y _    hidu    imu    buai    XOVJ  ���    ���w    oum    Or    Ture.*,.
the sum ol $28,812.00 for completing feet of sixteen foot flr and cedar pll- Thousand, Six Hundred m!'""1
the same. iug driven eight feet in the ground ^ot dollars and Seven*, t   Nln��-y-
And whereas by Section 124 of the has already been driven at the toe <��22,698.74)     be borTnLa     Cea's
��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ,.  ____ ��r0Hit  -.�� .1..     ~     -""'uwea on ti,.
e��s uj ot-uuiju i_. oi iu*.  nas already been driven at the toe  lfaa-988.74}     be borrnv__a     te��'��
"Municipal Aot" it is the duty of the of the dyke on  the Boundary Bay credlt of the    Cornoratin,     ou Ue
,*   making   such    work   to   aide   nnH  that i*   _-tn  ��.-. ��_.-��-���--.. i_   District   nt   r>-i._     , '*"��n     Of    (jj9
i
��-i i-i-'--v-i-n. __ipu tumi tue siougn �����w ��"u repair af the iu ' """
along the East    Boundary    of    the F|ats   Dyking  and   Drain in       *
Northeast   one   nunrter     aivtlnn    1_     and  that Hah-,n��...._   ..  .. lu6   Worfcj
um*__k-* mi   ii *a m. um, ui iu. oi  me ayKe on  tne Boundary Bay �������� or tne    Corporation
Municipality  making  such   work  to side, and that it will be necessary to  District   of  Delta   haini- ti o��   ��"��
preserve,  maintain and keep in re- drive 500 feet more to ensure pres- necessary for the preserva-i      *untl��
pair the same at the expense of the ent protection.    Also that the slough tenanco and repair of ��,_>���?' -uall>-
lanria and  roads  benefited. alnnc-  fli_>  vtait     r.-.,-j-_..     -.     ...   R-lni_    i.,.i.i..���   .__    _T  lue Mud ga��
pair ._.   	
lands and roads benefited. aiuug me mast    uounaary    or    the *"��'s   uytcing   and   Draim '""" ""J'
And whereas it ls provided by Sec- Northeast   one  quarter,  section   34, "id that debentures of ��� Wort��
tlon 127 of the "Municipal Act" that Township 3 and also along the quar- Hon  to  the amount of t  Urpor"-
where  tht   repairs  required�� to  be ter section line running west of sec- Thousand, Six Hundred -.V?^-"'*0
made are so expensive that the Mu- tions   34,   33   and   32   to   the  west eight dollars and Seventv UetJr*
nicipal Council does not deem it ex- boundary of section 22 has filled up (.S2._D8.74)   be issued in       centa
pedlent  to  levy  the cost  thereof ln to practically prohibit drainage and noi   less than One Hundred"*3 ��-
by- should be pumped and cleaned out. ($100.00)  each and navmii   Tullar8
res Also that tho nnat    nmi,,��_.,._.,_._ ���� i-ft)  vo_r_ *���-_.._ ,. ^ ���'"""uie twentv
one year, the council may pass a   _        _. r _,��� 	
law to borrow upon the_ debentures  Also that the cost    maintenance""��.   U0) years "fromThe ""date�� -l-Went*'
v..  ..... __._...-.,........   v..��� .-���_ ..-_-_    ,,_,.-  u,���c  un,,  _u_.-iut.ra.uiy exceeuea T-,L-' i-ueresi at the rata nf pi        -
sary for the work and to assess and  the money which has been set aside centum   (5  p.c )   Der    am, Pe-
levy  upon  the property benefited a  for that purpose.    We Include also a debentures both as to nrinfm',su*ca
ecl-al   rate  sufficient  for  the  pay-  description of those portions affected Interest to be navilbl�� a     , apL an<1
tin of the principal and interest of and estimate of cost and also a re- Hank of Canada In the n.        yal
the deoentures vised assessment schedule which ap- ^nto in the Province -if nn. ��,f To-
And whereas, the council procured  proaches a pro acreage assessment. In the said Bank in ila-in     ���   ' or
an examination    to    be    made    by      We recommend these to your at- treal in the Province Tn! J" tb*_i
Messrs. Burnett & McGugan, survey- tentlon and any further orders await J�� the Said Bank In i,������     ,**' '/
ors,   being   persons   comipatenit   for  your commands. province of British Poi^mM       the
that purpose,    of said    dyking    and      We  have the honor to  be yours the said Bank In the Ott, nt ,   ��_ llr
drainage works, aud estimates of the   very   truly, England,   or  the  said   n    i_ *ondon.
repairs to be made and an assessment ,.,,,,_---_-���   - City of New V-.-L-   Vi    _*;      ln "ie
to be made by them of the real pro- BURNETT &  McGUC-AN, states of Tmln^   _n��� t.'le    l'nlt����
perty to be benefited by the said re- Per D. J. McGugan. tached to them eounnn    *���    llave at-
pairs  stating as nearly as they can   Estimate of Cost of Works on Drain- ment of Interest the pay"
the   proportion  of   benefit  which  ln        age and Protection of Dyke in 2      nh-it  tn, __
their   opinion   will     be   derived     in East Delta. _���g[the  saidI  .nn?    p"rpose ot pay.
consequence of _uch repairs by every  Flood   Gate  as  per  con- ThoumnH   <*��--��� u    _        Twemy-two
section   or   portion   of   section,   the      tract including lnspec- elaht nniiar.    "u��dred "id .Ninety.
said  assessment  so   made being the       tlon,   etc    $  8 500 00 | $���"���> ��48 -41     h i      enty"*our cent��
assessment   hereinafter   by   this   by-  Cleaning   Slough   In Sec. ohawred *_��.�����. S!!g   ���_he    am-uat
law  enacted   to     be    assessed    and       32,  33 and 34 Twp.  3 be   henefiT. T d lands so to
levied  upon  the sections hereinafter      as  per contract          5 500 00 m����   iS a.u a*ore8ai'l    and to
in that behalf specially set forth and   1500   feel   cedar  and   flr ' vpara ��t ,h_.     .      feon   for   Uenty
described and the report of the said       piling   already   in   the .^    �� m -. flve per t'entum
Burnett     &   McGugan     in     respect       ground           3 320 00 ,L.i , J" a,��num  the following
thereof being as follows: 500   feet    piling     (flr)       B'880'00 !*e6��'������� *0V�� and above all other
New Westminster, B.C., $1.25 per lineal ft . . . 625.00 ��e JS  mLfiS"Si "? lV'M'la
August 4th, 1914.  Arrears  (Monies expend- L ��  i.��.  ��    t    .   ,l the sam-
To His Worship the Reeve and Coun-      ed on  maintenance)   .       3,500.00 undermentioned JL ?   ^  Upon ta-
dl ors of Delta Engineering and contln- rt _225S�� ��S Ttl��ns a"d   ��W3
Gentlemen���We have the honor to      gencles     115174 .������ ^,     .   and_ the am��l'nt of said
report to you that wo have accord- ' ' ' special rate and interest assessed as
Ing to your instructions made an ex- *o2 698 74 ���,        ,,   "^'n&t each section or part
amination and the necessary surveys       And whereas It Is necessaVy to ex- vlded   Into 5t5��S_?,_S_f  ?ha"  bc '"���
of a portion of the East Delta Dyke  pend  the sum of Twenty-two Thou- one Llh ������!�� t ty  eqUa    ,,arts and
faclng sections 35. 34 and 27, town-  sand, Six Hundred and Ninety-eight        nil       l30886'1 an'1 llnW
ship 3 and the drainage facilities of dollars    and      Seventy-four    cents yLrl after th_faCh,year for twent-v
the West  End  of  the    East    Delta   ($22,698.74)   to  preserve,   maintain bWaw   during   ih?1, T""- ofthl8
drainage system and beg to submit  and  repair the said  work  and  the bentures havi run Sai" '|P'
Nominal Owner of Property.
Section   or  Lot.
H.  Kuary
R. M. C
R. M. (
Brabree, <_. I*	
Huti-h-rsun, J.  H.  .
Brennan, J. nnd w
Thompson, Sam ,. ..
Hornby.  L	
Down, (_'li;is	
Smitti. Mrs. 8. _.	
Paterson, T, W	
Down,   elms	
Montgomery, l>	
Honeyman, jno	
Taylor,   A,   DeR	
Victoria Terminal Rly. Co. .,
Curtis,   W.   EC	
Victoria Terminal Rly. Co. ..
paterson, T, w	
Paterson, T, \V	
Kittson, R.  E.. Estate 	
Victoria Terminal Rly. Co. ..
EOverett, H	
Huff,   Si-ymour   	
Victoria Terminal Rly. Oo, ..
Paterson, T. W	
Paterson, T. w	
Victoria Terminal Rly. Co. ..
Brown,   Chris   	
Dennis, Geo	
Eonl,   iH.   J	
Victoria Terminal Rly. Co. ..
Brobrao,  I,,  w	
Embree, O.  I)	
Smillle,  Wm	
Weaver, J. H	
Ashbury, Ely 	
Ashbury, Ely  %	
Charlton Hr<>��	
Victoria Terminal Rly. Co. ..
Dmbres,  L,  w	
Victoria Terminal Rly, Oo, ,,
Emhri'c,   G.   I*	
Dmbres, G*.  H	
MotK'in.  II.   R	
Vlotorla-Vanoouver & I..
Vlotorla-vanoouvsr A E.
Morgan,  H.  R	
Robertson, Thos	
Morgan, ll. R	
Robertson,  Thos	
Wi'jiviT,   John    	
Thompson, 8am 	
McKee,   Il   A	
Thompson, Sam 	
Wi-1 vi'i",  John   	
Robertson,   Thos	
Victoria Terminal Rly. Co	
MoKee, John  	
Dennis,  Geo	
MoKee,   D,   A.   ,,.,	
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Thompson,   it. T	
McKsnny, J	
I.i'frov   Rron	
Mi sNelven,   N	
Lefroy Bros	
Burns, D	
Holmes. J	
Iturns,   D	
McKee, RoW	
Honeyman,   J   	
Wilson,  Thos.   	
Rurnn, D	
Burns, D	
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Hums, I)	
Hums.   D	
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M --iti-.' 	
bray, Rotit	
Victoria-Vancouver *  E.  Rly.
victoria-Vancouver & E. Rly.
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Wilson,  Thos	
Taylor, J. v	
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111 "1 THURSDAY. _AUQUST_27J_ T5TT
THE DELTA TIMES
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A.  D.  PATERSON,
Reeve.
3.    This Bylaw may be cited as  the "Mini na, i.*i,,,. ,. , , . _._n________________^____________^__________B
Done and Passed In Open Council the 8"h day of August   ^^f DraIning W��rks Hepair Bylaw' 1914'"
Reconsidered   and   finally   passed the    . day of
N.  A.  McDIARMID,
1 C.M.C.
Augusthe8thb3i9T4Ufy tlmt Ule f��reg0ing B)'-laW l3 a *������ ^ ot a By-law provisionally passed on Saturday,
N. A. McDIARMID,
Notice is hereby given that any person intondin*-* tn _-.-* *. ����� __ _ 01erk MunlclPal Council,
part thereof quashed must not laterVn en (10��"ays aftei? th ttTn** **��\i menftloned b>"law ��r ^
writing uron the Reeve and upon the Clerk of the MuMdltar rf\Xt��fl��?*��� I   '  "TV  n?tiC?- in
purpose to the Supreme Court, during the tfi^^JSr.SSr^^nJSSaS'S^^ ^SS^Sfi?S%��&S^
N. A. McDIARMID,
Clerk Municipal Council.
AUCTION SALES
ARE   SUGGESTED.
Markets   Commissioner   Proposes   a
Plan for Better Marketing of
Valley Foodstuffs.
WEEKLY  MARKET.
I'ruita and  Vegetable*  Prom  Delia.
Go Rapidly at Valley  Market���
Prices Keinnin Steady.
Fruits of all varieties with a large
supply coming from the Delta, was
the feature of the Fraser Valley
market held at New Westminster,
Friday morning, August 21. There
was a large quantity of all the various kinds of fruits and each proved
to be ready sellers at reasonable
prices. All of tlie supplies that
were on the market were of the high
grade variety.
Vegetables from the Delta also
took their place among the rapid
sellers. Corn by the dozen could
tie had for 20 cents. String beans
and peas went rapidly at the usual
quotation. The price of eggs, but-
ter and chickens remained at last
week's prices.
The following prices were quoted:
Wholesale Poultry.
Poultry, live weight  . . . ,15c to 17c
Chickens, broilers, per lb. 18c to 20c
Ducks, live weight   13c to 14c
Retail  Poultry.
Spring chickens, dressed  17c. to 19c
Hens, dressed,  per lb.   ..15c to 16o
Squabs, each      25c
Vegetables.
i'otatoes, per sack     $1.25
Potatoes, per ton     $20
Carrots, per sack     75c
Cabbages,  per sack      75a
Turnips, per Back   75c
Lettuce, per bunch 6c
Sweet  <'orn,   per  doz 20c
onions, green per bunch..  3 for 5c
Asparagus, two bunches for   ...15c
String Deans, per lb   2%c to 5c
Parsnips, per sack   75c
Cress, per bunch     5c
I'arsley,   per   bunch       5c
i elery,   per   bunch    5c
Peas, per lb   2%c to 6c
��� ui-'iinbers,   each     5c
Cauliflower, per head     10c
-tadlshes, two bunches for  ....   5c
SOCKEYE SEASON
IS NOW OVER
Fishermen Will    Rest    Up    Before
Starting on Run of Cohoes and
Humpbacks.
(From the British Columbian.)
In so far as the sockeyes are
concerned the fishing season for this
year is practically ended and the
majority of the fishermen have eased
up in their work and will rest a few
weeks before actively commencing
on the fall run for cohoes and
humpies. Holh theae varieties are
t;. be packed this year.
Today only 2ti sockeyes were received from over fiO boats of the
Glenrose Cannery and this figure
gives a fairly accurate idea of the
fishing conditions all over the river.
The final report of the B. C. Packers' Association came in this morning and states Bellingliam sources
received 900 sockeyes and are taking out the traps. Anacortes reports
no flsh.
STRAWBERRY   HIM.  NEWS.
The Strawberry Hill Farmers' Institute received a shipment of a
mixed car of feed on Thursday, the
2(itli inst. Tlie members, who
have waited for several days for
feed, bought very readily at the
car. The scarcity of grain and
flour through the present war, was
the cause of the delay. Orders for
flour have doubled since placing
the order, and every barrel was
bought up the same day. The bal-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ance of the twenty-ton car was con-
Tomatoes, per lb 8c to 10c j signed to the Institute Hall, a mat-
SURREY   COUNCIL.
Green Tomatoes, per lb 50
Cabbages, per head 5c to 15c
Turnips, per bunch, 3 for 5c
Endive, three heads for 10c
Ekks and Butter.
Eggs, retail  40c
Eggs, wholesale     35c
Hutter, wholesale, per lb 40c
Hutter,   wholesale,   per  lb SOc
Pure Cream Cheese, lb 50fl
cottage Cheese, per lb 10c
Devonshire cream, per pint  . ..  45c
Honey, per lb   25c
Wholesale Meat.
Cork, per in loc to 10 l-2c
rork (salt) per lb   13c
Pigs, small, each   $2 to $5
22c
ter of three tons,       	
A communication was received
ftom Mr. E. Scott, deputy minister
of Agriculture, to the secretary of
the Farmers' Institute, R. J. Anton, suggesting that the hill fair be
I ostponed this year, owing to the
war. The matter will be discussed
at tlie next regulnr meeting.
Air. and Mrs. Adamson, Miss O.
md M. Adamson, of New Westminster, wore visiting Mr, T. Sayer on
Sunday.
The Strawberry Hill Women's In-
i.tltuto will hold a whist drive and
dance at the Farmers' Institute hall
| cn August  28th.    A small    charge
lutton,   per  lb    2"jo I w*j* *,p madr for ndmisslon. Mr. W.
Leg of Mutton, per lb 8*��  Atehlwn will  supply the music for
\ cal, medium, per Ib 16 l-2c : ()l6 eV0���*I1(-
A   picnic   party  consisting  of  Mrs.
H.  Oddy nnd   family, Mrs. G.  Oddy
lent, large, per Ib 12c to 15c
Retail Meats. ���	
Beef, best rib roasts ....22c to 25c l,m-  j--g- jj   Purvis, of New West-
Heef, loin    28c to 3��c   ininster, spent an enjoyable day on
Beef, short loin    JJ0  Mr.   T.   Snyur's     ranch,     returning
''.'������ r,  sirloin       27c ��� nome ,,,_ Bame��(-jay-
Bolllng Beers   12 l-2c to 15c t
^^^m^m^m^m^m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m, , ���
The Surrey municipal council met
at the municipal hall, Cloverdale, on
August 22, the reeve and all members except Councillor Brown being
present.
Communications were received as
follows:
From T. H. Bullock, stating that
he wished to call the attention of
the council to the unsafe condition
of the North Bluff road bridge over
the Campbell river. Received, reported by Councillor Dradsbaw that
bridge had already been repaired.
From Mackenzie, Mann & Co.,
Ltd., acknowledging receipt of communication re road through section
10, west of Port Mann, and stating
that they had referred the matter to
Mr. J. Spackman, manager of the
townsite department.     Received.
From H. E. Young, provincial secretary, stating that an appeal had
been made to the executive council
against the refusal of the council to
pass the plan of subdivision of lot 1,
block 59, Port Mann townsite, and
that a hearing has been arranged
for September 15, at 12 o'clock at
the executive chamber, Victoria. Received antl decided that council
should be represented at the hearing.
From Chas. E. Sands. White
Rock, stating that he had had a visit
from certain officials of the O. X. It.
re street ends and railway crossing!
at White Rock, and had been given I
authority by them to state that they
were sure the G. N. R, would willingly co-operate with the council in the
opening up of the Johnston road
street end.    Received and laid over.
From Burnett & McGugan, en-losing account in connection with work
done on the survey of the Johnston
road, amounting to $117.or,. Deceived, clerk to reply that account
should be paid by the parties who
ordered Burnett &��� McGugan to do
the work, ns the municipality was
not responsible for same.
From W. Norman Bole, notice of
appeal from the decision of the court
of revision with respect to the valuation and taxation of all lands owned
by him in the S.W. 1-4 of section 6,
township 7, said appeal being made
to Judge Howay.    Received.
From E. S. Withers, secretary of
the Royal Columbian hospital. Ne��-
Westminster, enclosing a statement
of accounts amounting to $715.05
which they claimed were still o\iing
to them for accounts against persons
from Surrey municipality at July 81,
1914. Received nnd laid over for
investigation, some of the accounts
having already been paid by the municipality several months ago.
TELEPHONE T*LK.
8c
10c
8c
Beef, pot roast   18e
Pork       20c to  25c
Pork Chops ls,;
Mutton       18c to 2flc
Leg or Mutton     25c
Sugar cured corned pork 15c to 2<ic
Home-made pork sausage 15c to 20c
Salted pig's head, lb	
Pickled pigs' shanks, per lb
Sugar cured hogs' heads, lb.
Sugar cured corned beef. lh.
Picnic Hums, lb	
Pure Lard 15c to lfic
Sugar   cured   bacon       22c
Sugar cured boneless linm  ....  -Be 0f Umber.
Spring lamb, forenunrter, each $1.5"   _______
Spring  lamb, hind qr., each..  $2.50    	
I-IhIi. ���������
tied Riirlnn salmon, per lb. . .12 l-2c
White Spring salmon, each  ....  50c
Sockeye salmon, each  BOc
I re��h Herring. 3 lbs for  25c
Smelt,   per   lb N>e
sturgeon   per ib  '""'
Shad,   per   lb     ]5r
C-.ibs, extra Inrge. 2 for   25c
Soles, per Ib    ll)l'
Cod.   pur   Ib    12 *_c
Halibut, per lb   ln<"
Flounders, per lb    *c
Skate, per Ib    su
Tommy Cod, per lb 8c
Emit.
Rhubarb,  per  lb *    3c
Blackberries, 2 boxes for 8Bc
Flowers.
Carnations, 2 dozen   25c
Pinks, per dor , 2 for lBo
Cut Iris, per dozen 25c
Flowering plants, each  . .  10c to 25c
ieranlums, per lot ... $1 to $2.50
Dahlias, each      10c
Sweet Peas, per bunch  ...  5c to 10c :
Galltrdlat,  per doz    l-r>('
Cut ROSSI, per doz lOe to 25c
Baby Rambler Rose In bloom . . ���'-'���'"'
Cut  Stocks,  per doz 25c
1,'ose bushes, ench  ....   35c to BOfl
'���'adlnlus, per doz 25c
Pi aches, per box      75c to $1
Burly Apples, per box.. SOc to $125
Plum*, per box  BOfl to 80c
C abnipplcF, per box  BI
PRINCE OF WALES 1'UXD.
FIRES ON MT. BAKER TRAIL.
i IIILLIWACK.   Aug.     26.���Bush
fires   have   broken   out     ln     several
places on   the   Mt.   Baker  trail,  between   Allison's   and   Ford   creek,   a
distance of seven miles.     Chief Fire
Warden   Selkirk,   of   New   Westmin-
ster  went  to  the  Rcene  on   Sunday,
.and  In company with  Fire Wardens
J5�� Carleton  nnd  Laughlln  and  a gang
'"lor  men   Is  lighting the  fires.     The
been   confined
Thnt the public may be supplied
with good telephone service, operators are given preliminary trulnlng
at the school of the B. C. Telephone
Company.      An    interesting    illustrated  story  relative  to  the school
is told in the current Issue of "Telephone    Talk,"  the    magazine  published      by    the      company.    Illus-
l tions   also  show  the  well-arranged
cafeteria    and   the    operators' rest
' room  at  the  Seymour  exchange ln
I Vancouver,  and   the  welfare  work,
which has such  excellent results, is
outlined.    What  lias  been  attained
ln the giving of good service is set
forth, the number being principally
devoted  to work of tho t raff ic department of the company.    District
notes   and  company   items  contain
In his weekly market report, Markets Commissioner R. C. Abbott suggests the disposal of the large quantities of farm produce offered on the
city markets by auction sales held
several days a week. He notes the
large offerings and how there has
been a slackening in the demand on
the part of consumers, which he attributes to their heavy buying of
sugar, flour and other foodstuffs, in
anticipation of war prices prevailing.
The report reads:
The produce market during the
past week has been somewhat demoralized owing to the heavy buying of flour, sugar and various other
staples, caused by the anticipated
"war prices." Consumers throughout the valley as well as the cities
have been making a "bank run" on
the stores for these commodities. So
strong has this run become that the
dealers have been compelled, for
self protection, to place these on a
'spot cash basis." In consequence
ot this uncalled for run the demand
for fruits, etc., has been very sluggish indeed. This condition of affairs arising at the same season as
plums, peaches and early apples are
at their heaviest will certainly mean
a very material loss to the growers
unless some means are immediately-
effected whereby the growers will
be able to get rid of their plums and
other fruits. We make this suggestion for consideration by the growers and consumers of the cities: That
the growers ship into city markets
large quantities and arrange to have
these auctioned off direct to the consumers, say three days a week until
the plums are over This scheme
If well advertised, ought to work out
to the advantage of all concerned as
under the present conditions "the
dealers seem to be unable to move
fiuaiitities fast enough and indications look as if there would be a
severe slump on a big dump.
Owing to the advance in wheat
and oats poultrymen are shipping in
their surplus stock of hens and
cl It-kens in large quantities and the
prices have dropped during the past
week. Prices obtained for Brown
Leghorn hens were 45 to 50 cents
each: heavy breeds 50 to 65 cents
each; broilers 20 to 35 cents each.
New potatoes $1 per sack. It is ex-
pected that potatoes will take a
raise ln price shortly, while plums,
well packed and good weight, were
sold for $1 a crate (4b) the ruling
price for the week was 75c to 80c
per crate. A few Damsons bringing
a? high as $1.20. Tomatoes are
still holding their own, hot house
No. 1 $2 to $2.50; No. 2, $1.50;
No. 3 $1.25; outside grown $1 to
$1.25. Early apples No. 1 Duchess
$1.25; No. 2 $1. Peaches, Trump,
75c; Yakima Champion 90c; Wenatchee pears No, 1 $1.85.
While flour lias raised in price $1
per barrel and wheat and oats have
also advanced, it Is the general opinion that there will be no raise of
any amount or hay. Farmers who
have not already obtained their grain
sacks will find a shortage in these
as well as a big Increase in price,
owing to the fact that shipping from
the Orient is not considered safe.
Taking in the situation at present It is impossible for one to forecast what the market conditions will
be in the near future.but it is hoped
thai some means will be effected
shortly whereby the markets of Canada will be steadied down and again
nsiune thir normal state as there is
jr,o douht a grent dpal of the ln-
lcrer.se in prices has been brought
'about by speculators
Portable
Baths
Made of Brazilian Para
Rubber, pressed into
heavy duck, then Vulcanized 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.
PRICE ONLY
$8.50
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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
SHOW GREAT COOLNESS.
The Ladner - Steveston
Ferry Service
Fall and Winter Service
Beginning September 1st, the
Steamer Sonoma will run on her fall
and winter service as follows:
Leaves Ladner, 8:30 a. m. and
3:_0 p. ni.
Vancouver passengers can make
connection by taking the 8:30 a. m.
and 3:30 p. m. ears at Oranvllle
street bridge station.
New Westminster passengers
should take the Eburne cars 8:00 a.
m. and 3:00 p. m. and change at
Eburne to the Steveston cars.
G. W. BREWSTER,
Manager.
ttrei  so   far  have been  confined  to      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
the mountain topi and poorer classes I much information and news, showing   progress   and   accomplishment.
WAR NEWS
Subscribe Now
to
The Vancouver
Daily Province
and rec.ive the latest, most co-rplrte and most
reliable report, published in British Columbia
Rates:   $3.00 Per Year; 25c Per Month
LONDON,   Aug.   22.���The   Prince
or Wales National  Heller Fund has
''<��� d I total or $7,500,000.
Daily Province, Vancouver, B. C.
liilng of Infantry Resembled Car*'
ful  Miii-ksniaiislilp of Rifle
Ranges.
LONDON, Aug. 20.���The correspondent of the "Central News" at
Paris sends the following:
'1 have been talking with British
Officers from the front who tell of
the wonderful coolness and daring
of ths Brltl-h soldiers In the lighting
aiound Mens.
"Tlie shooting of the llritish Infantry-men on the 11 ring line wns
[ wonderful. Every time a German
Ihead showed above a trench and
every time the German infantry attempted to rush a position there
cume a steady withering rifle lire
from the klinkl-elad men lying ln
extended formation along the wide
hattie front. Their firing wns not
the usual tiring of nervous men
shooting   without   aiming!   rather   ll
was calm and careful marksmanship
one sees on English rifle ranges
when men fire with nil the artificial
aids permitted the match expert.
"When quick action wns necessary
the men showed no nervousness, no
excitement; they showed that cool,
methodical efficiency for which the
British army Is noted.
"If the British lost heavily, the
Oerninns must ha>-e lost terribly.
One of the flermnn prisoners said:
'We had never expected anything
like It:  it was staggering.'
The llritish troops went to their
positions silently, but happily. There
:\vrs no singing, because It was forbidden, but, as the men deployed to
the trenches, there were various
sallies  of  humor.
"As for the cavalry, the officers
d"clnre their charges against the
Germans was superb They chanced as Berserks might have done.
TIipv gave the Lilians the surprise of
their lives."
ferry Auto Stage
ladner-Vanrouw Service
Auto leaves corner Fraser
Arm and River Road 6:45,
8:4r' and 9:45 a.m., and 1:15.
3:15 and 5:45 p.m. Sundays.
8:43, 9:15 a m.; 1:16, 2:45.
5:45 and 6:45, p.m. Connecting With all ferries nt Woodward's Landing,
Fare !"."> cents���Ferry Free.
FA FORTUNE IN IT
f you could place an ad in the
Moon millions of people would read it.
Even then it would only be valuable
t few nights each month, whereas a
Want Ad in this paper-while more
limited in its scope wHI cover this
particular locality every day in the
year.
THE   DELTA   TIMES
CONDBNCIBO     ADVBRTIM-UDNT_l
For Sale. For Exchange Want**) to
Purchase. To Lat, Loat. Found, Work
Wanted Situations Vacant, 1 cant par
word. Minimum, % cents ror any one
advt. These rates for cash with order.
All Want Ada. must be In by t p.m.
on Thursday.
FOR SALE���For sale cheap one now
Massey-Harrls "Great West" Separator. Will sell cheap for cssk
or will trade for stock or prodnea.
Terms if required. Machine enn
be seen at Windebank's Lumber
Yard, Mission City.
YOUNG lady desires position as help
in or near Ladner. Apply Miss
Gould, care of Mrs. Howard, Ladner, B.  C
Mineral and
Soda Waters
J. HENLEY
New Westminster, B. C.
Manufacturer of  Sod*   Water,
Ginger  Ale, aud all Kinds of
Summer Drinks.
Your Patronage Solicited.
Delta Motor Transfer
Freight Service Daily to and
from Vancouver, Eburne,
Ladner.
Van. Phone Sej*. 754 I.adner 05
HERB. 1-LIGH   Mgr.
DRS. WILSON I WILSON
PHYSICIANS
AND  SURGEONS
Oddfellows' Building
Ladner
Genera) Office Hours
GERMAN STEAMER SUNK.
DR. K. L. THOMPSON
Dentist
Sensitive cavities prepared and
tilled absolutely painlessly by the
new  nltrons-o.xlde-oxygen  method.
Hbume Station) B. c.
Phone Khiirne 111
"What's Your Phone Number?"
Can You Answer This Question
If not, don't you know you ar*
losing business and running risk.
What Is uioro necessary than a telephone ln case of sickness or fire?
Delta  Telephone   Co.,   Ltd.
VOIR  HOME  COMPANY.
Advertise in Delta Times
ZEPPELIN  BROUGHT   DOWN.
IIOX(*     KONG,     A.UR.     25.���The
Oerman steamer Elizabeth has been
captured nnd sunk in ntld-orean.
&MILOM
i*  ���..'���'���*  r*n_   c-mr-n.   cures   colds,  ind   heat*
V-1 C".r:.*.t n.il 1-.ir.c_.       "       "       as centi
German   Dirigible   Dropped  Bombs
on Antwerp, Aiming at Palace,
lim in Vain,
ANTWERP,    Aug.    25.���After   lt
bad    done considerable    damage by
dropping bombs into Antwerp, a
German Zeppelin wis brought to
tlie ground within the Belgian lines
by a shot lrom an aerogun, and the
i iiiiie crew of twenty-five captured,
l'he big dirigible hung for n time
llrectly above the main part of the
���ity. lt was ;l"]-t'*l ns it approach*-
id nnd outlying forts fired nt It repeatedly,   but   missed.       Its  evident
mrpose was to destroy the palace
,;t which it aimed three bombs, The
palace Itself wns missed but a number of house, near It were demolished, and aeveral killed, its ammunition apparently exhausted, tho
Zeppelin sailed southward, While
passing over a fort six miles outside the city It was hit by the Belgian gunners. It dropped to earth
like ti wounded bird, Hopelessly
tutnumbered, those on board surrendered.
BRITAIN'S FOOD BUPPLY.
LONDON, Aug. 26.���There is no
present likelihood of anything ap-
proaching famine prices here.
Twelve steamers last week as
against lour during the previous
week reached Liverpool with provisions, including the Empress of Ilritain   nitb   over  one  thou and   boxes,
the Victorian with 222 boxes, the
Canada witb 1438 boi\i and the
Call arlan \\ ith -t:>T,"��� boxes.
WAR RISK GUARANTEE.
PARIS,  Aug,  IB.���The    minister
ot marine has issued a note urging
French shipowners to ri sums the
active course of commercial navigation. The French Oovernmenl by
a decree of August 11. Offers a .itate
guarantee ngalnst war risks.
AUSTRIANS  ARRESTED.
S.WI.T STK. MARIE, .Mich., Aug.
"0.--i**oui*  Austrians  were  arrested
> -irday at Sault Ste. .Marie, Out.,
and held as prisoners of war, They
v.trc chaiged with attempting to
secure recruits lor the Austrian
army. THE DELTA TIMES
THURSDAY,   AUGUST    27,    1914.
...LOCAL ITEMS.
Aliss E.  Bonn  went to Blaine on 1    Mrs. V. Taylor and children visit-
Tuesday. ed Vancouver on Friday.
Mr. James Mason, of Victoria, is |     Mrs. Grisdale and little son spent
visiting bis father at  Gulfside. (Saturday in  Vancouver.
Miss   M.   Kittson     returned     last 1     Ur. A. A. Wilson spent the week-
-veek from a visit at Chilliwack. end in Vancouver.
Mr. A. Olson, of Westminster was
htre on business on Monday.
Mr.  A. W.  McLellan    spent    the
���week-end in Vancouver.
Mr. Sam Morely and Miss Morely
���were in Vancouver on Friday.
Mr.  A.  McCrae visited Vancouver
on Saturday.
Mr. K(*an, of Vancouver, motored
to I.adner on business on .Monday.
Dr. Clement spent the week-end in
[Ladner,
Mr.  S.   VV.  Fisher  made a  trip  to
Vancouver on Tuesday.
Mr. Kilbert spent the week-end in
Vaneouver.
Mrs. Eyton returned Monday from
Westminster.
Mr. Bartlett, of New Westminster
was in Ladner on Tuesday.
Mr. B. Maxwell drove to Vancouver last week.
Rev. C. W. Whittaker motored to
Vancouver on Monday.
Mr. Williamson and Mr. Handford
motored to Westminster on .Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Benson left for a trip
to Seattle on Wednesday.
Mrs. Geo. Baker and children went
to Vancouver on Friday.
Mrs.  Kerr Wilson  visited  Vancouver on Friday.
Mrs.   Kershaw  spent  Saturday  in
.Vancouver.
Miss   Kirkland   returned   Tuesday
from Victoria.
Mr.   D,   Kane   visited    Vancouver
on Saturday.
Miss Currie,  of  Vancouver, spent
Sunday with Mrs. Clement.
Mrs.   Nelson   is   spending   a   few
days with  Mrs.  Brodie.
S.S.  Trader  loaded   potatoes     for
Victoria on' Saturday.
Miss Gladys Devereaux is attending normal school at Vaneouver.
Mr. and Mrs. Woods ol Vancouvei
were in Ladner mi Wednesday.
Mr. Rupert Fisher went to Vancouver on Tuesday returning Wednesday.
The S.S. Scanlon left on Wednesday to undergo repairs. She will return on ':'riday.
The mail leaves Ladner at 8 p, in.
after tlie first of September instead
at 1_ o'clock as at present.
Miss Field left on Wednesday f *r
Vancouver where she will spend a
week with friends.
The bridge ut the entrance to I hi
Mrs. Rich, Miss Rich and children
visited   Vancouver on  Saturday.
Mr.   Dominic  Burns  paid  a busi:
ress trip to Ladner on Thursday.
Mr. Quites motored to Vancouver
on  Thursday via New Westminster.
Mr. Carson was in Vancouver on
business for a few days last week.
Mr. Edward Ladner went to Vancouver on Friday on business.
Mr. D. B. Grant went to Vancouver on  Friday on business.
.Mr.  F.  Wilmhurst drove to Min-*
oru Park on Friday.
Mrs. Lipstein wbo has been the
guest of her sister, Mrs. D. B. Grant,
���for the past month left on Wednesday for her home in Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. I, Whitworth expect
to move into their new home on
Stanley street the beginning of the
week.
Mr. Chas. McKenzie, of Vancouver, with Misses Maggie and May
Ryan motored here spending the
day  with friends.
Miss Fisher and Miss McKenzie
were given a farewell dinner on
Tuesday by their aunt, Mrs. McDiarmid.
Mr. Lock, of the High School,
with his wife and mother have taken
Mrs. .Whitworth's house, and Intend
making their home in Ladner.
Mrs. McDiarmid entertained on
Monday evening all the Nova Sco-
tians In Ladner. Whist was played,
and a delicious supper served.
1 Mrs. Donahue, of Vancouver, with
Mr. and Mrs. Murray and party, motored here on Friday and spent the
day with friends.
Air. and .Mrs. S. W. Walters. Mr.
nnd Mrs J. .1. Walters and Mr. E.
Wenzel spent Sunday at Boundary
Bay.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fountain and family
have taken up their residence at
Port Guichon. "Mr. Fountain is
with   the  Great   Northern   Railway.
Mrs. Clement and Miss Clement
returned Friday from Boundary Bay
where they were the guests of Mrs.
Lanning.
For all Building Supplies and Fuel
Oil, apply to the B.C. Transport Co.,
Ltd., 505 Westminster Trust Building. Office phone 826; wharf phone
880.
Miss L. Whitworth returned Friday from Victoria.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff and Mr. Chevalley of the B. C. Condensory, motored from New Westminster on
Wednesday, returning on the ferry
In the afternoon.
Mr.  and   Mrs.   Foster  motored  to
Vancouver on Tuesday.
Mr. Forrest, of Kelly Douglas, was
In Ladner on business on Tuesday.
Mr. T. Grant, of New Westminster,
was In Ladner on business on Tuesday.
Mi.-s Crol'ord, who has been visiting Miss Luclle Handford returned
to Vancouver on Sunday.
Messrs. Struthers and Alex Gunn
motored from Vancouver on Sunday,
spend nj.' the r'ay at the Bay.
Mrs. Dickinson and family of Port
Guichon, returned  Tuesday  from
msntlis camping at Boundary Bay.
Mr.    Hunter Wells,    of    Eburne,
Trunk   rood   lias   undergone   -t pairs,   and a party of friends spent Sunday
new planking being put down. nio'.oring on the Delta,
Mis. W. i: 0111a and Vtxe MlS&ei I Miss K, Hearl, of Seattle, is visit-
Ellis \\enl to Vancouver on Satui rng her sister Mrs. Leslie, at Port
day. lull lion.
Mr.*-, Paterson and son, V,r 1' ,,, i Tiie Infant daughter of Mr, and
were visitors in Vancouver on datur- j.Mj-s John Pusky, of Sunbury, died
day. ' on  Monday.
Mr. Carlyle MoO-lnnl., who has on- | Sunday school will be held at the
listed, visited bis mother nnd kilter JMethoJUt "hurch at. it o'clock inhere  on  Sunday. st*m   01' 10 o'clock on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Grant and Mrs.
Lipstein motored to Portland, making the trip in two days, a pleasant
week was spent visiting there, the
party returning home last. week.
Rev, and Mrs. C. W. Whittaker
are receiving congratulations from
their many friends on the birth of
a daughter, Thursday, August 20, at
the Qrandview Hospital, Vancouver.
SYNOPSIS  OF  OOAL   MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased for a term
of twenty-one years at /as annual
rental of $1 an acre. Not more than
2560 acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application for a lease must be
made by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land
must be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions .of sections, and
In unsurveyed territory tbe tract applied for shall be staked out by the
applicant himself.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, 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 the mine 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
al least once a year.
The lease will include the coal
mining rights only, but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may bt
considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of $10.00
an acre.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary ol
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.���30690.
Among the many affairs given for
.Miss Fisher and Miss McKenzie was
a tastefully arranged tea at the
home of Mrs. H, L. Wilson, many
friends called to meet the charming
visitors.
Dr. and Mrs. Newcomb and son
with Mr. and Mrs. Clement and little
daughter, all of Vancouver, motored
to Ladner on Thursday, visiting
Mrs. King.
Mrs. Benson was the hostess of an
"at home" at her beautiful country
place Hazelhurst on Thursday afternoon, in honor of Miss .McKenzie
and Miss Fisher nieces of Mrs. McDiarmid, who are here on a visit
from   Rhode   Island The  dining
room was adorned with sweet peas In
a color scheme of lavender, while the
drawing room looked very handsome
carried out with the *same flowers, ln
a cerise shade. Mrs. McDiarmid and'
Airs. McEachern, presided at the
urns, the Misses Benson serving the
ices. Many guests called during the
afternon.
The mill which laid off all hands
but those in the planing plant, owing to the shortage of logs, has not
reopened. It is rumored that tbe
men were paid off and that the others will be laid off this week, the
mill   closing  down   indel'nitely.
Mr. Chas, Huftnan, of Vancouver j \[r all(* mimj, Madden and Miss
was in Ladner on business on Mon- TA!ncl-'. n, of \ ancouver, spent Sunday, ay '.ith  Mrs. T. Foster.
Mr, Hughie Slater, t/ho bas bnon *v[- (ireen and Mr. Handford
out Of High School the past year, Bpen* Saturday at the races at Min-
returned this term. oru Park,
Dr. Campbell, of Vancouver, bas
Opened B dental parlor, in the Ladner Trust building, i.adner has been
in need of a dentist for some time
and will be glad to hnve Dr. Campbell here.
The bus service between the ferry
and Fraser avenue ls greatly Improved Ly a new bus, which seats 24
very comfortably and makes splendid
time. Besides this the other machines are still on the run. The
traffic between Vancouver and Ladner has grown wonderfully ln the
Irst year. This Is owing to the facilities for traveling being made so
much better. Previously, to make
I the trip to town and ii;i e
any time to spare it was necessary to
remain over night. Now It Is made
iwith ample time to spare in a day.
The new ferry Is Indeed a success
and n convenience to the people of
Ladner.
Miss 3adle Be in fell from a pile ��� The "doc" is ufter the man who
of snicked oats on Tuesday and In- .,..,,,., )lle bucket three times it day,
Jured her arm. [,,, ���,,. iiaj better ease up,
Mr, Cassady, of the firm of McQuarrie, Martin ti Cassady, New
Westminster, was in Ladner on behalf of tiie crown nt the preliminary
trial of William Cole.
Mr, ami  Airs.  Wallers, of Vancou-        Mr|<  **-,  w   Walters returned last
ver, spent Sunday with Mrs. J. Jobb-  WOej,    ,,oni   ,*,���*,.   ..amp  Ilt  Maple
1     ,t Boundary Bay. Beach,
apt,   and   Mrs,   ".Van-en   Oliver       --,,..
Lanning nnd family have
visited Mends in Vancouver, lm 1 broken camp at Qraur's Beach,
day. i Boundary Bay,
Mr  ;  Mrs. A. fork and family, |     Mr  .Ulll Mrgi ,,-   -_!l(ll,el. an(1 fam.
of Vancouver, motored here on Bun    lly   have returned   from  a summer
day.
Mr, Oeo, itu" iside with Mr, .luck
on lag at tin- bay,
Miss May York, the Ladner candidate In the World's prize contest, reports thnt the people of I.adner and
the farmers of the Delta are rallying
to her support loyally, and If the
good work keeps up she is Confident
of  winning one  of  the automobiles.
Mi*.   C.   McKenzie    and    party,   of
Burnside   spent   th     week   end   at   Vancouver, motored over the Delta
Ma  te Beai h, on Sunday,
Mrs. Murray and children, ofi 8.8. Birdswell loaded a cargo on
Vancouver, spent a few days visiting Saturday for victoria and tho Isl-
Mrs. 11. Slater, ,,n,i
Airs. John .McKee, of Rosettn, has
ns her guests, her brother, Judge
McNeill and Ilttle son, Duncan, of
Aim I,cod, Alberta, and Mrs. E. Leslie Pldgeon and little daughter^
Marlon, of Vancouver, Mr, Grant,
ot Westminster Hall, Vancouver,
who has been taking Rev. ,1. J, Hustle's  place,  spent   the  week-end.
Mrs.   Taylor     and   ber     two   sons '      Ml...     |.|,.|,    .,���,-    ||im*|v   *|���VP   ,.p.
�� ire visitors in  Vancouvei on Fri-   *imu,(* ironi the su
day, : nt Chewassin,
iiiiiih'I' s ciituplng
i Mr. A. VV. Hull entertained a party
I of friends at an informal dan... mi
I Friday evening nt the Odd Fellows'
I hall,      The out of town guests were
the Misses Cook nnd Aliss Richard,
I of Vancouver,   An enjoyable evening
wus spent.
Mr. and Airs. Clement and .Miss -,h.s La Chance, who has been
Marjorie Clemenl flslted Vancou- visiting her daughter here, returned
ver on Tuesday Sunday to her home at White Rock.
Miss I-:. Bone and Miss May Fork Mr, and Airs. Rice and family, of
������ere vloltlng at Maple Beach on Vancouver, spent tbe Week end
Sunday. bere,
.ii*.   fraser  with   Mrs.   I'liiot.  of :     mna Ktett, of Victoria, is spend-
ito ������'  iser Cartaj ,,   V.i.h ,uvar,   ing a few days at the home of her
Bpenl  Sundaj In 1.miner. ephew. Dr. King,
For stiawoerry, raspberry and all mis. Woodward and Mr. and Mrs.
other fruit boxes try tbe British Lo- .levander   have   returned   to   ithettr
Iumbia    Manufacturing    Co.,    New home   In   Vancouver,   closing   Bhelr
Westminster, B.C.                          *��� bouse In  Ladner for the winter.
Miss   La   Chance     wishes     to  nn- Missis   McKenzie   nnd   Fbh,   who
liotince  a   millinery  opening on  Sat-  have   I n   visiting   their  aunt   Airs.
urday, Aug.  29, at her dressmaking McDiarmid,   left   on   Wednesday   for
p triors on  Delta street.                      ! tlu   East.
.Mrs. Wlggin. Photographer,    will Mr,  T. Jordon,   Mr.  Jordon,   Mr.
resume   Iter   weekly   visit   to   I.adner Mi-niar-nM,    Mr     Klinkheimcir,   11110-
Tuettday,   Snpt.   1,     Home    Portrait tored to Westminster on business on
Studio. Tuesday.
Messrs 11. Berry, Eric Tnylor, Ken Mrs. Geo. Byron nnd lltt]p girl,
Graliain, Vernon Taylor nnd Jnck who have been visiting Mrs. Suthor-
CryetA spent the week at Maple by returned to Bellingham on Wed-
Beach. _. pJmVmtri**^.
I    Airs. Kershaw entertained in hon-
1 of of Aliss McKenzie nnd Miss Fisher
of Rhode Island, with n delightful
I lawn fete at ber home, Delta street.
I Mrs.   McDiarmid   nnd   Airs.   AlcEaeh-
ern poured tea. Among tbe guests
I ...itnrtuhiPfl were Mrs. H.Wilson, Airs.
McDiarmid, Airs. M.l'arhern, Mrs.
i Benson,  Airs.    King.    Mrs.  Warren
Oliver.   Atr.   Trueman     Oliver.     Air.
Whitworth, Miss I,. Whitworth   Mr-
.VcC.lnnIs, Mrs. Bonn, Mrs. Suanwell,
I Mrs. WilCOX, Miss McKenzie and Miss
Fisher,    Airs.   Capl.      Baker,      M*rft*
lb attlfson, Mis, Fisher.
I Miss Luclle Handford entertained
li- honor of her ,-uest, Aliss H. Cro-
ford, of Vancouver, with nn Informal
dancing patty on Thursday. A buffet supper was served during tin-
latter part of the evening. Among
tbe -rucsts were AH**** Thelmn Clark,
V;s* Myrtle Grant. Aliss Ruby Welsh.
Aliss A. Bonn, .Miss Myrtle Kirkland,
Miss Ksti't* Lindsett, Aliss Gertrude
: BUrrtll, Miss Gladys Sieve-',-.Mr. PW1
Guichon, Air. \cre AlcCrea. Air.
HQghie Slater, Air. A. Swanson, Air.
Leo Traversv. Air. Johnny Kirkland,
Air. I. Kirkland, Air. L. Kirkland, Mr.
1 Robert Keegan.
The enforcement of the law regarding lights on moving vehicles,
whether bicycles, threshing machines
or engines such as rock crushers,
etc., seems to be very slack In tli"
municipality of Deltn. Pedestrians
and cyclists complain of this; 1 ' 1
that people driving rigs do not keep
f 1 Mir left side of the road and on
dark nights it is very dangerous to
pass. It. Is a well known fad that
very few bicycles carry lights,
threshing machines lumber along
with nothing but a few sparks from
the engine, and a lot of noise to give
warning that it is on llie road���very
likely all over the rond nt that. An
accident which bears out this fact
occurred on Sunday night when an
nnto containing Air. Abhy Reed and
Air. Sinclair nnd parly collided with
a threshing machine known ns tlic
Company machine atji driveh by
Gordon Hedrlck. No one was injured, but the auto was badly
scratched nnd bpnt nnd the occupants
somewhat shaken up,
BODY is l"l*"ro\i"i{i:i*.
(From the British Columbinn)
Vesterdny afternoon the body of
Eugene Mercer, who met his death
by drowning on Sundny evening,
August IS, wns found in the Frnser
river nenr the B. C. Cannery. The
body wns Identified to be thnt of
Air. Mercer by his nephew, Air.
Ralph Alercer, and by his watch
that was found on the body. The
provincial police were notified and
had the body removed to Bowell's
undertaking parlors where an ln-
(Itiest Will be held this evening by
Coroner  McQuarrie.
"i'!ie late Air. Alercer was a carpenter by trade. He leaves besides a
widow   ten   Children   to     mourn   his
loss.     Tbe funeral     arrangements
win be announced later.
VIOBE  I.V COMMISSION.
Ottawa, Aug. _r,.���The Canadian cruiser Niobe, with a crew or
7-0 men. Will go In'o active service
on September 1, joluinu' the patrol
of British crullers which is guarding
the trade routes across the Atlantic
SAJIohM
Th*   family remedy   far   Cough,   and   Coldi.
Small dote.    8m(ll  bottlt.    But ilnct  ITO
THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD
WE CARRY THE BEST LINES OF
Farming Implements
on the market, and can ship to you without delay Frost
& Wood and Deering Binders, Cast and Steel Skein
Wagons, 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. GEO. T. BAKER, of
Ladner, or Phone us Direct:
T.J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
Pl���h���.  S Implement Dept.    691
l-tiones.  j Genera, Hardware   59
New Westminster    -    -    -   B. C.
Closing Out Sale
OF THE FIRM OF
Denny & Ross
After the End of August the New Company Will
Take Over This Business
We have less than a month to sell over Twenty Thousand
Dollars worth of FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUM, 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 Bedroom Furniture at one-third off regular
prices.   Carpets at saving prices.
Scotch Inlaid Linoleum, in wide selection of patterns;
regular $1.25 per yard.   Closing Out Price, yard 85c
Denny & Ross
THE BIG FURNITURE STORE
Corner Sixth and Catnarvon Streets
New Westminster
HI'KCIAIj I'KIXKH.
lii-llisli Columbia Stork Breeder*' ,1m-
soc-ution Oilers Prizes for Nurses,
and Sheep.
The following special prizes are
donated to the Chilliwack Agricultural Association for lliis year a '.air
by the British Columbia, Stockbreeders' Association: Morses, best two
heavy draught animals, mares or
Holdings, registered or unregistered,
three years or under, bred in British
Columbia and exhibited by owner,
?_ii and $15. Ilest two animals of
light breed, mares or geldings, registered or unregistered, three years
or under, and exhibited by owner
$20 and  $15.
Sheep Best rant nnd two ewe
lambs (registered Cotswoid, l.lnooln
and Leicester breeds), bred in British Columbia and exhibited by owner,
$10 and $7.50. Best ram and two
ewe Iambi (registered Hampshire,
Oxford Down, Dorset, Shropshire,
Suffolk and Southdown breeds i bred
In British Columbia, and exhibited by
owner, $10 and $7.50.
Competitors must  be members of
the B. 0. Stock Breeders' Association.
FOB NAVAL HOSPITAL.
TORONTO. Aug. 25.���The Admit*
alty asks, through the Duchess of
Cummght, that ihe gift of n hospital ship be used for a supplementary naval hospital nt Portsmouth.
The hospital to he called the Cana
dian Women's Hospital, will be installed at once. This is In accord
ance with the original resolution
under which the fund was raised.
WILL LOAD COAL.
VICTORIA, Aug. 15.���The Blue
Funnel steamer Protesllntis has been
requisitioned by the British Admiralty and is discharging lumber she
leaded for her next voyage. V.'l. ���
she is unloaded she will load 2000
tons of coal at Nanaimo.
The Delta Times is published even
Thursday from the Times Building, Ladner, B.C. J. D. Taylor.
managing-director.

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