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Vol. 3. No. 21.
LADNER. B. C, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1906.
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CAST DELTA.      DELTA COUiCiL.  LOCALL*:S1:1RTDRE
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<s *s vrmfarG
a
rockery Sale
Regardless of Cost, we will clear out all odd lines. Iiines put on
the Bargain Table must go. They will be sold at .a .reduction of from 25
per cent, to 50 to 60 per cent    We do not intend taking stock of odd
)iecea
We also offer
SCHOOL MESTIXG.
Tb* electors of Delta School District __et at tbe Sckool House on
'the Pith inst. with a fair attendance. R.-E. Kittson was voted to
���the chair and James Peck appointed secretary. The -report of the
outgoing Trustees 'was -read and
their recommendations adopted and
$535 -was voted for sckool purposes
'to be raised as per statute. The
new Board of Trustees were elected
as follows: Thos. Robertson, three
���years; John Oliver (secretary) two
years; John Weaver, one year; John
Honeyman, auditor.
On the whole the new School Act
���is-popular in this district.
CONORKGATICNAI. MEETING.
The  regular   annual  congrega-
in
The first regular and statutory
meeting of Delta Council was held
on Mond.y, January 22nd. at 7:30 The d-
p.m., with the Reeve and all mem- ��� so
bers present.
The Returning Officer Teported
the following members elected:
Reeve���A'. H. Ladner.
Councillors���P. T. Gibbie, Alex.
<Pr<na'Our Own  Corrc.pandcat.)
S Binner sets-^lZ^ZTJti^
Sale price $10
a%mmm\\    Yea   S6-��S"44 piece set*,
$6.00 Sets, sale price $4.50.   $5.50 Sets, sate price $4.00
$5M Sets, sale price $4,00.
'�����
20 Chamber sets
$2.25 Sets, sale price 1.65.
$3,23 Sets, sale .rice 2.50
They Lasl
Victoria'B. C, Jan. 24 1906.���
te the address came to
a   >n<-xpe*-tei conclusion
km T 11 --day, \ e 18th inst., after a
' number ofthe opposition  members
had spoken. It wa ex- ected that
! the ir.-i'-l.**T for l.e 'a woul' make
'a slash-hip ������ "tacV upen 'h    govern-
me tt, but ���    the "mem ers on  the
All Sale Prices Spot Cash.
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Marshall Smith
I.O;O.F. ItfSTI-LLATION^.
The following dtficers of Delta
ILodge No. ax, I.O.O.F., have been
-installed tat the current term: N.G.,
Bro. R. C. Abbott; V.G., Bro. A.
A. King; Rec. 'Sec., Bro. W. H.
Taylor; Fiu. Sec., Bro. N. A. Mc-
JDiarmid, B.G.; Treas., Bro. Ales.
Davie, P.O.; Jun. P.O., Bro. F.
CelUp.    	
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TPh; uanal services in the Baptist
Church will *be held to-morrow at
n a.m. and .7 .p. m. A ung set-
vice will mt held -at *.he close of tht
(evening ��er��ke.
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Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Absolutely Harmless.
The fault of giving children medicine containing injurious substances, is sometimes more disastrous than tbe disease ttom which'
tuey are-suffering. .Every mother
should know that Cha_dber.ain's
Cough "Remedy'is perfectly safe for
children to4ake. 'It contains nothing harmful stud 5'ftjr cougbs, colds
and croup Hs unsurr'*_sed. For sale
by F. J. Mackenzie.
RevsMcsStackhouseot Manitoba,
now Supet-ntendant of HBapti.it
Missions of Manitoba, Northweft
'and B. C, will'deliver a lecture in
tthe Baptist Church on Friday night
mt j ^o .o'clock.   .AU -are welcome.
In the M*��thodi.t Cbtfrch, here,
to-morrow, the p��.t��r will preach at
both-services. His morning theme
Will he "Marks of a True Revival"
end in the evening he will speak
upon "The Wreck of .the Steamship
Valencia."
S. S. ENTERTAINMENT.
The Sunday school treat in connection with the Church of England
and postponed "from Xmas time on
account of diphtheria, took,place in
the Town Hall, last Wednesday af?
Mraooh and evening. -The affair
was-mo-st enjoyable from 'the start.
H. J. Cresswell made an excellent
Santa Claus, and stbe'-'g-rown-ups"
generally did their best to jj.Ve*the
youngsters a Ij oily time. A. DeR.
Taylor, the superintendent *of the
Sunday-itjboo!,"undertook to supervise everything -and.�� *-u*ual,--succeeded. At<the*end'of;the*ev_i-ing
he vied with tbe King by'fhe (.beers
of the children. Tbe .National Anthem brought a happy and tv It.' vy
owning'to a dose.
tional   meeting  was  held   in  St.
"Step'-ted's    Presbyterian   Church,
East Delta, on Friday evening, 12th
4nst., Rev. A. McAuley presiding;
R. �����. Kittson, -secretary.   Report
���of Session was received and -adopt-.
ed.   Treasurer's-report  for congregation showed a balance on'hand of
$55*70   and 'for -Sabbath -school,
$26.90 on fight side of the account,
adopted.   The report of the East
Delta  Auxiliary   *W.*F.M*S.  "was
next piesented and showed that the
auxiliary has a membership of 15;
held 13 regular monthly meetings
in 5.905 and one special Thanks-
._    .giving meeting; average attendance
���9.15; *he amount raised from all
sources for missionary work was
'$��1.7.-15. the -report  was .aiiQpted
-and a cordial vote of'thanks passed
.o��the ladies.
*R. McKee .and R. *E. Kittson
wese re-elected "-managers; ;R. 'E.
Kittson was -re-elected secretary;
Wm. Smillie was re-elected treasurer; Wm, Kittson and Chris.
Brown, jr., were appointed to receive
the offertory.
.Rev. A. McAuley and Messrs. R.
E. Kittson and J. Malniyce were
appointed a ^committee to organize
a mutual improvement association.
Cordial votes of thanks wete
passed and conveyed by'the chairman to the organist, Miss Kittson;
to the .secretary and the treasurer,
also to the superintendent and
���teachers of the -Saobath -school for
their valued services.
A special vote of thanks was
passed and .conveyed -by the chair
man to Misses Kittson end Weaver
for their successful efforts in train
.eg the -children ior, and their
management of, ;the Xmas tree entertainment, Which Mr. McAuley,
in conveying the thanks of the
congregation to these l_dies, pro-
nouncedto be'the 'befst of its kind
he ever attended.
The meeting, -which was well attended, Was 'dismissed by singing
the doxology and pronouncing the
benediction by the pastor.
[The above notes were, through
delay in the mail, received.tooUate
for last issue,]
'**. I*. 'A.
Davie. T. A. Paterson, S. Huff and
L. W. Embree,
The Clerk reported having received declarations from the different
���members.    Received and filed.
Minutes of the previous meeting
were read and confirmed.
A communication was read from
J. D. Shipton, Vancouver, re boring
tor water, but the price being con-
-sidered far too high it was received
and filed.
The appointment ��� of - tcrarmittees
was'.aid over.
P. T. Gibbie introduced the matter of connection with Westham Island, and it was decided to bring
���the matter before the Union of Mu-
government ���- l��-refrained fooin taking part'in'tbe debate it was fWt to
be a waste of time' in f-rther debating the addresc After ihe'td-feate
"ternftnated It *sv*tlonei 'hat Mr.
Bowser wid other orators on .the
"governmeu side lad ..prepared
speeches and were 'very "much "disappointed at missing tbe opportunity to deliver their preparations.
The House proceeded to the* orders of the 'day, 'and -the -order
paper was exhausted ;in *�����
few minutes, On the following day 'the t>rdeT 'paper
was again exhausted after House
had heen ia session one hour, Oe
Monday the 22nd inst., the government business occupied  the House
nicipalities.
Coun.   Paterson aud the Clerk ��ne and a balf 1mn! and ��" Tue*
fday1 the order-paper was -again ex-
i kausted in a half hour session.   A
; great many members are outspoken
I-in their criticism of the government
;-._���     not     having    their    busineM
Z.r ! -sufficiently     advanced     to    pJaCe
I before    the     legislature;    and    in
.-view   of 'the   fact   that   the   leg-
! islature   costs sthe   country    one
thousand dollars a day for the trope
it-is in session,  half hour sessio_��
were appointed a committee to draw
up aud forward a resolution to the
government offering to spend $1,000
on the River road, and to keep it in
���repair for all *titne, if the govern
meat 'would -spend -��2,00*0.
Council to do the work.
��n-motion tenders were authorized to be called for the use of the
piledriver.
On motion Gouus. Paterson and
Davie were appoiuted a committee
to select a suitable dumping ground
for garbage.
Ou motion it was decided to join
are not in  proportion -to .the
penses incurred.
GOOD TIMOTHY HAY,
the Uiiion of Municipalities and the!
fee of $10 was ordered paid.    Thej Editor Delta Times:
Reevs was-appointed-TEpTeseiitative,    Sir:   The N, W. Mounted Police
and the Clerk was authorized to ' in the 'Yukon will, far eiany. yeaie
draw up proxies for the remainder-to tome, '"require upwards -Of 400
of the Council. tons of hay  annually.   This   hay
On motion it was decided to hold must   be  first class   timothy,  free
the regular meetings of the Council. from   clover,   wild  grass ot deaS
on'the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month.
Coun. Embree gave notice that
he would introduce a Temporary
Loan By-law at the next meeting of
the-Council.
On.motion it was resolved: That
the*** Councillor for each Ward appoint a-Hay'to meet the Road Foreman and go over'tiieroads'Of each
Ward and estimate the cost of placing them in good condition and report at next meeting.
woody fibre. Delta district is the
natural source of supply- Will our
^farmers meet this demand and secure
the trade? They e&o Oo it if ther
wish. At present "Eastern -AMashing-
ton hay is preferred both on*accouat
_5>f color and quality. Last year
Canadian *ay -was caHed 4_r and
Canadian hay will *also vbt called
for this year. Unless the quality of
tbe hay is improved we cannot hope
that the government will continue
to specify Canadian hay when call-
Council then adjourned to meet j ing for tenders. What isredlly need-
sgain on Wednesday, January 31, .efi'-s'.or a number of-otrr .farmeie
it *2 p.m. j: to carefully seed a quantity of clean
   ��� ��� . inland with carefully selected  clean
F. B<stts, John Oliver, M.P.r., afld;ttoothy,ahao.p��tMret-_i_-._-id..la-e
J. Weaver were elected bon. presi-i in the spring so asto "secure a ctt
dents. ! of fine clean timothy free from dead
Meetings will be held each Wed-' woody fibre which cut, if well cured,
nesday evening, commencing at j will find ready sale for.the Northern
7:30 and much'interest is manifest- "trad*.
���ed -Hoping that our farmers will git*
___���*"���**"���"*" " j this matter their favorable-coasider*
SURREY COUNCIL. ',ation-
I am. yoursitrury,
The*committee appjinte'd Mt'the
eoog��g-tiot��al viieet'.ng of St.
Stephen^ Pfesbyterian Church, to
orgauhre���*. mu..jR.l-improvement association meta'id  drafted a consti-1 porting the election as follows:
Council met in the Town Hall,
Surrey Centre, January 22nd, and
after la':ing the ne>_essary declaration took their places at the Board.
Minutes of -the previous meeting
were adopted as read.
���-COMMUN IC ATIOM.
���From the   R-etuming Officer re-
JOHN OLIVER.
"���liambe-lfSin^ Cough Remedy
Wen fini-i, mme imi-vwSm^ug-timimh.
tution aniisac or^an-raation meeting
was held *tU the church on Friday
evening, 19U1 lust, wKen some 35
members w. e eutoiled snd the following officers elected: 'President,
Rev. A. McAuley; vice-president,
J. Melntyre; secretary, R. E Kittson; treasurer, R. M*i__*.    Rev..J.
For Reeve, Henry Bose.
;For -Councillors������
'Ward I���Wm. Loucks.
Ward II���M. A. Hayes.
Werd III���I. S. Johnston.
Ward IV���Alex Murphy.
Ward V���H. G. Lawrence.
.Received.
In ordering your seeds froti
Rennie be sure to mention the Delta
-Times that-we may beer_dited-witfc
the advertising'feenei-t-ia.
The Auttion Sale, at Eatt Delta,
on Monday last, was a .great success, good prices being realiaed all
round. Although the mektitettm
very unfavoraHe QUite a-large number of people Uum-Sd ottt itad took
an active part���if not in the bidding
they 'certainly did u*_*Ov��rieo4_ -the
! ample luncheon served by Use
jjcuial hostess, Mrs. Oiiv��r
? 'THK _M_LTA TIMES, SATURDAY, JANUARY a?, i#&-
THE DELTA TIMES.
FuBisWH-eD evaxv ?XT*OXDAY.
������ff-MICBlPT-ON, $1.00 per year.
ADVERTISING RATES.
twul A-vert.-WMOta, io ���cuts per Hue for
���� irit i_��_rt��m, an- soeutssper line Iw each
mbwqtieat insertion. Th�� number ot lines
���K-oacd by the space oceupUd, 11 liiie* to the
.���ch.
ante* tor -ommorcial Adv_rt_M-ntnt�� mn be
kid on application at this office.
KMdt-e uottcM to touts per line lor each in-
Mrtion.
���irth and DeaUi notim*. joe., Marriages fl.so.
Ait special notiee, the ol^ect oi which is to
���ronote the pecuniary benefit ol any individual
ar company, to be considered an advertisement
ana chor.ed accordingly.
All ad��-ttl��-m_nt�� eliarged for until ordered
���nl and paid for.
Correspondence invited on matters ol public
tawr-st. Communications lo editor must tse ��c-
���nnpanled hy name of writer, not necessarily
thr publication, but as evidence of good faith
Oorrespondeuce must reach this office by Tliura-
4��jr evening.
Condemned Without C
Hearing.
Gbo. R.
Manley,
Manager.
���ATOKBAY, JANUARY 27, I_J06.
At the initial meeting of the new
Council, on Monday last, it was deluded to estimate the cost of putting
tke roads of the district in good
ihape so that something tangible
might bi placed before the people
in the very near future.
Before money may be borrowed
(for the purpose of road improvement, it will be necessary to have
the signatures of taxpayers representing one-half thc assessed value
pf tka district, praying for good
roads. After the Council has presented an estimate of the cost will
be time enough to start the petitions out.
A GOOD SEND-OFF,
Below we print the address which
was presented to our young friend,
Scott Fenton, on the eve ot his departure for Vancouver where he
was to attend the Vancouver Business College. The following arrived too late for publication in our
last issue:
Dear Friend and Schoolmate :
We are sorry to kuow that, for a
time, at least, you will not be among us. You will be missed from
our play and while we are at our
work.
We are glad that you have recently met with some measure of
Success, and trust that you may
also be able to carry your plans for
the future to a happy ending. As
you are going trom us you are beginning a new phase of your life
and it is our sincere desire that you
may realize the responsibilities of
that life, and ever strive to do that
which is manly, gentlemanly and
fair, so that everyone with whom
vqu come in contact may go away
feeling better and happier for having met you.
As a slight mark of the esteem in
When it was announced that Dr.
Fagan had been directed to investigate the conditions attending the
sale of patent medicines containing
poison, we fully expected that he
would inquire into the cause of the
death ot the infant child of William
Duncan of Vicioria, as the investigation was ordered on that account,
He however, refused to go back of
the coroner's verdict, and stated
that he was uot directed to investigate that case but the conditions attending the sale of patent medicines containing poison, in general.
The Attorney-General could have
ordered the coroner to open the
case and hear additional testimony,
but declined to do so.
It will be seen from this that
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhcea Remedy stands condemned without giving the manufacturers a hearing.
REASONS WHY AN INVESTIGATION SHOULD BE MADE.
"First. Dr. Frazer testified before
the Coroner's Jury that when called
he found the child almost dead with
all the symptoms of opium poison-
ing.
The testimony of William Duncan
shows that the child had shown
symptoms of opium poisoning for
eighteen hours before any medicine
was administered. Could the medicine produce this effect before it
was given?
"Second. The Coroner stated to
the Jury that the bottle contained
eight grains of opium."
The facts are it contained but
three and one-half grains of that
drug.
"Third. The Coroner also stated
to the Jury that fifteen drops of this
remedy contained one-fourth of a
grain of opium."
The truth is fifteen drops of this
Remedy contain less than the twenty-fifth part of a grain of opium.
"Fourth. The Coroner stated to
the Jury that the maximum dose
for on infant would prove fatal."
He made this statement under the
impression that 15 drops contained
one-fourth of a grain instead of the
twenty-fifth part of a grain of opium.
"Fifth. The three drops of tbe
Remedy which William Duncan testified that he gave the child would
contain 1-125 part of a grain of
opium "
This is not an overdose for a
child of that age and would not
produce the symptoms of opium
poisoning mentioned by Dr. Frazer.
"Sixth. According to the testimony of William Duncan it was
twelve hours after the medicine was
given before any symptom was observed that could be attributed to
this Remedy."
In some rare cases opium when
given in substance has been slow to
act, but in  this remedy it is com
which you are held among us, we! bined with alcoho] ether and capsi.
ask you to accept of this little gift,
hoping that it may remind you of
your Ladner ftieuds.
With best wishes for success.
IS gned)        WILLIS BANTON
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the
Best Made.
"In
Chamberlain's
my opinion
Cough Remedy is the best made for
colds," says Mrs. Cora Walker, of
IPorteryille, California, There is
no doubt about its being the best.
No other will-cure a cold so quickly. No other is so sure a preventive of pneumonia Np other is so
pleasant and sate to take. These
ate gftod reasons why it should be
preferred to any other. The fact is
that few people are satisfied with
any other after having oiice used
this remedy. For sale by F. J.
MacKenzie.
Money is a very scarce article
just now', tye are not bankrupt by
any means. A spell of snow and
s.harp frost~ would probably relieve
_���_- situation.,
cum, which act as a spur f,nd insure
prompt action of the opium. It is
simply absurd to state that it would
have no effect whatever for twelve
hours and then produce death.
"Seventh. William Duncau testified that shortly before its death the
child revived and seemed as well,
apparently, as it ever had,"
This alone is enough to convince
any unprejudiced physician that the
child did not die of opium poisoning, as had a fatal dose of opium
been taken, the child would not
have ' 'pallied'' before death,
These statements are   based on
the  evidence   as published in the
Victoria Colonist of Decsmber 13th.
L. CHAMBERLAIN,
Secretary.
CHAMBERLAIN MEDICINE Co
Des Moines, Iowa, and
Toronto, Ont.
Pansies in bloom iu the open and
the hum of the lawn mower in
January certainly bespeaks a mild
climate.     Such is our experience
he_: ft,
Colds
It ghoul- be born* in mind that
ev-ry cold weakens tke lung*, lowers the vitality and preipeim the
system for the mote scrioua _i��-
eases, among whieh are the two
greatest destroyers of human ltfe,
pneumonia and conaamption.
Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy
has won its great popii_arity by its
prompt cures of this most common
ailment, lt aids expectoration, re-
lie-.es the lungt and open* th*
secretions, effecting a speedy ana
permanent cure. It count-ractt
any tendency toward pneumonia.
Price 35c, Large Sice 50c. j
1 McRAE&Co
iEieun iinis
NEW WESTTUNST.BR, It. C.
A full line of English and Irish
Tweeds and Fancy Trouserings always kept in Stock.
A.  O. U
Delta Lodge, No
and third Tuesdays 0
in Oddfellows' Hall.
Thos. Tom*.
T. W. K--.V.R
W.
12 meets first
each month
M.W.
Recorder,
I.O.O.F.
Delta Lodge, No. 21.���Thc regular meetings of this Lodge are held
every Wednesday evening at 8 p.
m. Visiting Brethren cordially invited to attend.
Frank Cullis, N.G.
Dr. A. A.  King, Sec.
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NKW WESTMINSTER,
MHiitifncttirers uf all kinds ol
Soda Water, Ginger
Ale and Summer
Drinks.
Your patronage solicited
s#-S**^Hj.^H_>^SSsJsSs��sssJ..��si5..��sssJ.strtJsSs��s.J��s#s^#s��sSsJ.
Fashion Stables -
Trucking and Drayhig.
Livery  work of all kinds attended to promptly.
I
La-no-. B. C.
C. O. F.
Court Fraser No. 398, meets in
Oddfellows' Hall, second and last
Thursday evenings of each month
at 8 o'clock. Visiting Brethren'
welcome.
A. YORKE, C. R.
HUME,
Fence Posts.
If you Tequire Fence posts just
drop me a line, or call and see
THOS. ROBERTS.
Ladner. B.C.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL LA"ND SURVEYOR
Room 2. KUard Block. New Westminster.
M. J. HENRY'S
NBft teiM I Mem
Vancouver, B. C.
Headquarters for Pacific Coast
Grown Ciarden, Field and Flower
Seeds. New crop now in stock and
on test in our greenhouses. Ask
your merchant for (hem in sealed
packages. If he does not handle
them we will mail 50 assorted 5c
packets of ve;r<?table and flower
seeds (our own selection, suitable
for B C. gardens) for $1. Special
prices on vour hulk seeds.
B. C. GROWN FRUIT AND
ORNAMENTAL TREES now
ready for spring shipment.
Extra nice stock ot two and
three-year Apple Trees at $20 per
100, $180 per 1,000; Maynard
Plums, $1 each; Italian Prune, two-
year, fine, $25 per 100; Sugar
Prune, two-year, fine, $30 per 100,
Full list of other stock at regular
prices. No expense, loss or delay
of fumigation or inspection.
Let me price yoiar list before placing your order.
Greenhouse Plants, Floral Work,
Bee Supplies, Fruit Packages, Fertilizers, etc.
CATALOGUE FREE.
M. J. HENRY, Vancouver
.3010 Westminster Road.
Meat and Potatoes
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"We car supply you with the finest quality
of the above articles at reasonable cost.
Remember the place
Delta
meat
& Commission
Phone 9. Ladner, B.C.
Ladner Carriage Works.
and
rm Iri!
Practical Horseshoeing,
Carriage Building and Painting, and General Jobbing of
All Descriptions.
We carry the finest class
.".-ments ;it rock bottom prices.
of Carriages
Q. T. BAKER, Ladner, B.C.
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I    Delta Transfer Stable   I
I LADNER, B. C, |
1. SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND SADDLE '/HORSES    J
$ ON SHORT NOTICE
*     Team Work Dono at Specially Low Prices.
t 	
^ JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor, 4
4* ���_���
���f Telephone "' Ladner" No  10. 4
HELTA TINSMITH JsHOP
The Place for Tinsmithing, Bath Tubs, Stove
Pipe, Conductor Pipe, Roof Plates, and Everything Else in This line.
Agent form
Gurney Foundry Co.'s Stoves.
P. IX Bod's Mixed Paints.
Yoho Bath Heater.
Just the thing for nuiking water hot for washing dairy
utensils, scalding hogs, or for wash day. 'Evecy
Farmer's Wife Should Have One.
ROBT. MAY,
Westham Street,
Ladner, B. C
Incorporated 1869.
CAPITAL,
RESERVE FUNDS,
TOTAL ASSETS,
$3*000,00��
$3,302,743
$31,183,62-)
A General Banking Business Transacted.
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Savings Department*
Deposits of H>1 and upwards received and Interest Allowed at Highest Current Rates.
 55 BRANCHES.  ,1
BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA���Vancouver, Vancouver H
East End, Mt. Pleasant; Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rosekmi?., j \
Victoria, Vernon, Chilliwack, Cumberland aud New Westminster,   J
L. M. RICHARDSON, Manager, LADNER, B. C.
ANOTHER CAR OF
Royal Household
Flour
Just Arrived.
Bran, Shorts, Etc
A Full Line of���**m
Fruit Jars,
Jar Rings,
Jelly Glasses.
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W/E TAKE STOCK next month- and must CLEAR OUT all odd lines, besides reducing* regular
stock by thousands of dollars.     Below we give you a list pf prices that will convince you of
the reckless slashing we have done.    Don't miss this opportunity*    Shop @&rfy.*
ioo pieces EnglisTi prints, regular l2^c and 15c,
"Sale price ioc
500 yards white apron lawn, bordered, regular 15c,
Sale price 3 yds for 25c
Fancy dress Tweeds suitable for school dresses, assorted
colorings, etc, .regular 25c yard,
Sale Price ioc
Fancy dress Tweeds, regular 35c Sale price  ISC
����� jy. �� 35c
Ladies' union undervests, regular 35c, " 20c
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60c,
35��
45C
Odd lines ladies and children's cashmere hosiery reduced
to -exactly Half Price
Flannelette wrappers, regular %i.?S and $1.50,
Sale price 90c
Ladies felt top rubbers, regular $x.js        Sale price 25c pair
Ladies' felt overshoes, regular $2.50 Sale price 75c pair
20  pair ladies   (Crest) laced hip corsets, sizes 18 to az
regular $150 Sale price 75c pair
40 pairs odd corsets, .regular $1.50 and $1.75
Sale price 60c
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Ladies'   black   sateen   waists,   fancy   trimmed,   all   sizes,
regular $1.25  " Sale price 75c
Black Mercerized sateen waists, new sleeve, etc., all sizes,
regular $2.00 Sale price $1.25
Ladies'  black,   grey  and  navy   Tweed   skirts,   all  sizes,
regular $2.7-* Sale price $1.90
Ladies'  black   and   navy   serge  skirts,   fancy  strapping,
etc., all sizes, regular $4.25 -Sale-price $2.95
10   dozen   boys' navy  jerseys, sizes 20   to   28, regular
7_c and 90c Sale price 60c
Sale price $4.50
$2.60
Ladies' raincoats, new sleeves, etc., regular $7.5-0
Sale price $5.00
Ladies' raincoats, regular $5.00 Sale price $2 50
Boys' and girls' button and lace boots at Half Price
Bargains in men's and boys' suits  and  overcoats,. shirts,
uuderwtar, etc.
Men's leather laggings* either   spring -m laced, all sizes,
regular, $1.75 Sale price .$1.25
..Men's raincoats, regular $7.00
$5.00
200 Pair Ladies' fine Dongola Rotten Shoes, Red. $2.75 Sale Price $1*25
Stacks ot RemnantSp Prints, Flannelettes,
No Sale Goods Exchanged.
Cut Prices Strictly Cash.
Bargains in All Lines.     SHOP EARLY
No Sale Goods Sent on Approbation.
All New GOODS.
MARSHAL
^~^ttm^-r?-t:r^-iiifhmjam" _���_*�� D-SLTA TIMES, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1906.
BORa'.
WEIGHr���OnStturda. tne 20ti
inst,, the wife of Smnu. Wright,
ot a ton.
LOCAL NEWS.
Mrs. J. Burritt re urned hom - on
Tondaj.
H. D. Benson spent a few days
here this week.
D. A. McKee and wife returned
tome on Thursday.
Holy Communion in All Sai-its
to-moirow at 8.30 a. m.
Est. J. F. Betts spent a few day-
in the Royal City this week.
Westham Island.
Capt, Beale, of Galiano Island,
was a visitor to the I-Oan-i on Tuesday.
Messrs. G. London anl F. Kirkland left for Victoria, oa Wednesday, on a business trip.
To-day the local team meets the
strong Chilliwack team in a schedule game of the Association Football League. The Chilliwackers
come down determined to win. A
hard game will surely result.
Mrs. F. Kirkland returned on
Monday after spending a few weeks
at Toronto and other 1 Caster n
points. She was accompanied, on
her return, by her daughter, Miss
Grace, who has been attending the
! McDonald Institute, Guelph, Ont.,
for thc past year and a half.
W. R. Ellis paid a short business
visit to the Royal City on Tuesday.
The All Saiats Guild meets at the
Vicarage Thursday next, at 2
o'clock.
The Riverside Mission Circle will
meet at the residence of Miss Welsh,
President of the Circle, on Tuesday
afternoon, at 3 o'clock.
Cured His Mother of Rheumatism.
Mrs. L- Monkman and daughter,
Evelyn, returned, Tuesday, from a
short business visit to Vancouver.
A mail service between Vancouver and Ladner, daily, is likely to
he an accomplished iact in a few
days.
Mrs. Wm. Arthur came over
from the Terminal City on Wednesday. The old home has its attractions yet.
The Lord's supper will be administered at the Baptist Church on
the first Sunday in February at the
close of the morning service.
"My mother has been a sufferer
for many years of rheumatism,"
says W. H. Howard of Husband,
Pennsylvania. "At times she was
unable to move at all, while at all
times walking was painful. I presented her with a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and alter a few
applications she decided it was the
most wonderful pain reliever she
had ever tried, in fact, she is never
without it now and is at all times
able to walk. An occasional application of Pain Balm keeps away the
pain that she was formerly troubled
with." For sale by F. J. MacKenzie.
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S. S. Valencia, plying between
Victoria and San Francisco, was
totally wrecked on Tuesday, at Sea-
bird Reef, Cape Beale. About 100
lives were lost.
Rev. Dr. White, local superintendent of missions in tbe B. C.
Conterence of the Methodist
Church, preached in the Methodist
Church here on Sunday last. Tbe
occasion was the annual Missionary
Dar and the sermons were thoughtful and interesting presentations of
Christian duty and privilege in the
matter of spreading the Gospel and
establishing the Redeemer's Kingdom in the earth and were listened
to by attentive and deeply interested
Congregations. Collections and sub
scriptions were taken in behalf of
the funds ot the Missionary Society
of the Church. In the afternoon of
tha same day Dr. White also
preached at East Delta to a large
and deeply interested congregation
and a generous offering was received towards the Missionary enterprises of the church.
FARM FOR SALE
In Delta Municipality 3}. miles
from Ladner, comprising about 150
acres of choice arable and pasture
land, good residence and adequate
farm buildings.
For full particulars apply to
H. N. RICH,
Ladner, B. C.
For Sale.
From 75 to 100 cords of wood, at
the Boundary Bay ranch. Price,
$1.25 per cord on the ground.
J. GRAUER.
Mrs.C. E. Banton,
Voice and Piano
Pupils prepared for Concert, Church
and Home.
Special Attention Given to Voice-
placement,  Tone-production
and Expression.
THE CASH STORE
Mail Orders Filled at Sale Prices.
Money Refunded if Goods Are Not
As Advertised.        ....
Great Mid-Winter Sale On
A FEW OF THE MANY
- BARGAINS-
AT THE JANUARY SALE ARE :
Ladies' and Misses' Ribbed and Plain
Cashmere Hose-full fashioned and
seamless-sizes 8, 8 1-2, 9 and
0 1-2, regular 35c
f^SSG pr
You get four pairs for a Dollar instead of three,
by buying now.
Ladies' Flannelette Wrappers, in large
sizes, 38 to 46, regular $1.50
For 35e
Ladies'   3-4   Raincoats of  Tweed or
Cravenette, reg. $5.50 C& $6.50
for 3a50
We Beg Lemve
To notify the people of Ladner and surrounding district that we are now in a
position to offer Vancouver Island
Portland  Cement
At greatly reduced prices, making it possible for parties who contemplate building,
to put in concrete foundations at about the
same cost as piling or other inferior
material.
Write for Prices.
GILLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B. C
For Terms and Lesson Hours Apply at Temporary Residence,
Mrs. A. B. Barber's, Ladner.
* Grand Prize Drawing -*
For every 50 cents invested in our store you receive a
-���upon which entitles you to a chance in one of the following
3* valuable prizes:
$620.00
1. Heintzman Piano or  (.*_��_ nr.
Gerhard Heintzman  \ H75 ��
2. Berliner Gramophone..,  5�� ����
3. Violin Outfit  _5 00
4. Banjo  20 00
5. Guitar.....  1000
6. Mandolin  10 00
7. Accordeon  5 ����
8 to 12. Five Prizes  5 ����
13 to 17. Five Prizes  5 ����
lis to 3*1. Twenty Prizes  10 00
This drawing is open until March 1, 1906. Why
buy a Piano elsewhere? When you have a chance
t�� secure a Holntaman Free���acknowledged by all who
know to be the loading Canadian Piano made.
DYKE, EVANSTCBLLAGHRN,
D. A.Seymour. Manager,       -       -       -       New Westminster
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SNAPPY  STYLES
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SOLID    FOOTWEAR
AT  THE NEW  SHQE  STORE
The Derby Shoe
For Men, the choicest production of Canadian Shoe Manufacture,
New Solid Goods, new prices.
Modern Shoes in a Modern Shoe Store.
J. REAGH,
Ladner, B*C*
This Is No Sham,
In order to make room for our NEW SPRING
GOODS whicli are now on the road, we are having
one the greatest sales of WOMEN'S and CHILDREN'S GARMENTS ever held in this city.
Entire Stock WILL BE SA.CR1FICED.
Come Early and Secure the Choicest Goods.
THE WHITE HOUSE,
A. J. BIRTCH, 275 Columbia St., New Westmiuster
Will take  place, as  formerly  advertised, cm the 31st drj
of this month.   It -behooves everybody to fall ia line as
be in this great gift enterprise at the finish.
Every $1 porckase secures fine cltaiu;
The Prizes are magnificent and will pay us jl
give away, only from nn advertising point of vleil
1st prize, Nordheimer or New Sea)
Williams Piano, worth -$450 casj
2nd prize, Talkophone, worth $50 cas
3rd prize, Violin and outfit, worth $1!
cash.
Mail Orders promptly attended to.
Winning numbers will be published in tl j
paper immediately after the Drawing takes plajl
M.W.Waitt&Co
Limited, /
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558 Granvile St., Vancoiw
THE OLDEST MUSIC HOUSE IN B. C
Cut Glass,
Silverware,
Watches
And all kinds of Jewelry
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RENNIE'S
Repairing n Specialty.
Jl. Clausen,
LADNER* B. C.
Seeds
THE LARGEST SEED MERCHANTS IN CANADA.
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British Columbia Office, 66 Hastings St., W., Vancouver. ciu.o_...||
A SPECIAL B��� 12 Packages Leading Vegetables & Flowers fer 25c��� All Fo,
f | Onion, Cucumber. Beet, Lettuce,Carrot-.Radish; Asters,
OFFER .Sweet   Mignonette,   Pansy, Petunia,  Sweet Peas   and J&fSme
Wild Cardes. _-_r��#��_f;
Wild Gardes.
WM* RENNIE COm9 Limited
. . Vancouver, Winnipeg and Toronto. . .
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���       Co      *ui MVsmAI lv ^^   order to make  this  our BANNER .SALE  w-e intend offering everthing in our
store at prices that will astonish the public.   We .save two reasons for doing this:
We have over $6,000 of Slater's Shoo., on the road, as well as large stocks of other high grade shoes such as "THE HARLOW,"
���THE ULTRA," "QUEEN QUALITY" and "'J. & T. BELL," and we haven't room for over one-half .of the goods ordered.
In-order to make room down go the prices and out go the-shoes.   So what is OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN.
This is the Chance of a Lifetime,
I       -Never .before wms there .a stock of footwear, such as we have the reputation of keeping,, offered at such startling prices.
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our opening
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Reg, Price
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$6.60
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Felt. Slippers                  X50
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Goods Sold lor Cash
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YOUR MONEY REF&NDeEO it Sissatistied.
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���       \\2eto       *^1 l^s V*> 8 ^f\ I W\^ <5   order to make  this  our  BANNER  SALE  we intend offering everthing in our
store at prices that will astonish the public.   We have two reason.1- for doing this:
We have over $6,000 of Slater'a Slioej on the road, as well as large stocks of other high grade shoes such as "THS HARLOW,"
"THE ULTRA," "QUEEN QUALITY" and "J. & T. BELL," and we haven't room for over one-ha.i of the goods ordered.
In order to make room down go the prices and out go the shoes.   So what is OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN.
This is the Chance of a Lifetime.
Never before was there a stock of footwear, such as we have the rjputation of keeping, offered at such startling prices.
For our opening we offer the folowing
k^:;. IJri!.-e      S. Price.
Reg. Price     .c. Price.
60 Pairs Men's Waterproof Shoes
90      " " "
86
130
68
42
$6.60
6.00
5.50
Patent Leather Shoe3    5.00
Men's Working Boots 2.50
Boys'     Waterproof    Boots)
(Hand-made) )
3.00
$4.75
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3.75
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120      "    Ladies'  Fine Vici and Box}
Calf Shoes j
80      " " " 3. 00
30      "      Ladies' Waterproof Shoes      2.50
90      " "      Felt Slippers 1.50
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3.50
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MONEY REFUNBEB ii Sissatistied*
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