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$LW ���_* _W��
Special Value
in Teas
In Bulk 35c lb.   3lbs.for$l
and 50c lb.
On May 17th the Dominion Fruit
Iwpectors met 111 the orchard at the
Ceptrul lixperiental Farm uud discussed Cover Crops. '1'lia subject
wa.s introduced by Mr. \V.. T.
Macoun, Horticulturist, who gave
his e.vperieuoe with different plants
used for this purpose aud told what
he .considered were the principal
uses of Cover Crops. He said that
the' importance of a qoyeruig for the j
soil in winter wa.s strongly impress-i
ed oh him after the winter of 1895-
96 when ni'iiy trees were -root kill-
| ed   at    the   Central    Kxperieatal
Farm.   sSince that time the subject
i,.       .    . ���_--_���_���      r       ! McKenzie present.
1 has-, received niuch  attention  from | '
! his department.    The main uses ol j    Minutes   of   previous   meeting
I c6ver ,cro_i are: To hold the snow in   were read and adopted.
i winter and thus protect the roots of
.. .     r       ��� . ,   . 1 . COMMUNICATION'S.
I the rees; to furnish vegetable mat-1
J ter to plow under in spring for .the j From A. B. Dixon, C. M. C.,
purpose of obtaining humus and, Richmond, asking if the Council
nitrogen;    and  to act as a catch I would sdl gravel pk a. Port Kells>
The Clerk  to reply  that *aid pit
was not for sale.
From  Geo.   A
Blue Ribbon Tea
White aad Bed Labels, usually sold at 00 ceots, for 40 cent per lbs,
Also the famous
Salada Tea
Blue Label in Black and Green at 40 cents.
Bed Label in Black at 50 cents.
Don't go past Us.    Do Your Business at Home and Save
When passing take a look in our Grocery Window and .see our
novel little clock "MINUTES," after seeing the clock, spend a minute or
two inside.
Marshall Smith
The sports held oiuSaturdayw.^
a .great success; the -day being .fcti*
the public turned out well and the
steamer from New Westminster
was well patronised, spnd w/* atjp
particularly -requested by the Sports
Committee to thank the pabjjc ��y
their good attendance which guat-
August���*-Large   List  Of autees makjogtfhe sports an .*tt��wstJ
Accounts Ordered Paid, i occurrence.  9*a% *��"ch    improver
  ' ments as the commit tf? are able to
procure. Tke gate Jieceipts were
ver-��- satisfactory .ar-d leaves 9 surplus after paying all .expenses..
1Fke football games iw#��e -w<SB
contested but the honors of the day
fell to the Cloverdsle team whict
beat the Sea Island team, who had
previously beaten the Wei&ham J&-
| land team after very h-vd 'fighting,
and th��ey carried off the silitter cup..
The lacrosse game betjune** the
Ladner lacrosse club and theJte-
ginas ot New Westminster, -was
also well contested, the feffmat
eventually winning, t*vt _u thc
Ladner cj.uk has ouly jiwt started
aaad ac it is the hrst match they
hawe played Ufaey did exceedingly
well.   We hope (hat by the exhi-
Council met -on Saturday, June
25, at 2 p.m., with tke Reeve, R.
F. Kittson, in the chair, and Couns.
Embree, Huff, Holmes,   Da*vie and
crop in autumu to prevejit leaching
ol pla��,t food made available during
the summer.    He recommended, as
the best general practice for grow-!    From Geo*  A. Keer*-, Resident
ers, cultijs-ajing the soj) until  near] Engineer,   Public Works   Depart-
about the middle of July wheu the1 ment,   informing the -Council that, b-tioa in October they wiU be*W#
trees  haye  made   most  of th4rj the dredge King Edward would be} to play anv team in B.C.   They
growth And do not need so n^h ��� at Ladlier about the end of August | certainly deserve great  credit for
to improve the steamboat landing. | $S showing tkey made tgmnaXtihe
moisture, then seeding down to
Common or Mammoth Red clover
sown broadcast at the rate of
12 lbs. per acre or with Hairy-
Vetch at the rate of 30 to
40 lbs, per acre. Sown at that time
these plants usually make a good
cover crop by autumu. At the
Central Experimental Farm Hairy
Vetch was sown on June 18th, 1903,
in drills 28 inches apart at the rate
of 2olbs. per acre. These received
two cultivations and bv the end of
the first week of August the plants
were meeting between the rows.
By sowing earlier as in this case a
better stand may be obtained and
by cultivation jjnojpture is conserved while the plants aie getting
established. Twenty lbs. per acre
SOWtt in drills iu this way were
found quite sufficient to make a
good cover. There was practically
110 injury from mice where cover
crops were used as their depredation were prevented by using either
ordinary building paper or wood
veneers. No fruit grower should
neglect having a cover crop  as  a
Received and filed.
A petition was receitred from A.
J. Parmiter and others asking that
a road be gazetted across Annacis
Island. Received and request to
be granted.
.famous Jiegiinas.
The bicycle raee for the challenge
cup was a good one and made i*
very fine time considering the wind��
W. Siddall Ls the proud owner af
the cup for  1904, -with J. C". WmU
a  good second; ttfccre   v&st>  four
The Delta Revenue  Bv-law was I starters.   The boy's race w#�� au
passed,   finally   reconsidered   and easy thing ier Claude Muplt.
ordered to be signed and sealed. The horse racing   was got quit*
Tbe Road Committee were grant- ��� so   successful,   as   the   c9m__it.ee
ed turther time in which to report
on the Slough and Hume roads.
Coun. Davie gave notice that a<t
were disappointed in a number of
horsemen who promised to atte*d
with rtieir horses who did eiot tttrw
next meeting he would introduce a | up.   The Free (or AH trotting-or
by-law to amend the Cemetery By-1 pacing race was won  by Wallfjr'S
The Reeve and Clerk were sustained in paying A. S, Leslie 550,
balance due on salary.
Glengarry  Patchen   after .a ��00<J
race with Pjiuipr,   The Colt (trotting or pacing raoe was won by ft.
I H. Leunie's Palestine, J. Sjnjpsea.'*
Applications for the position of Nellie second and C. F.. fitm^A
Constable, Road Tax and Dog Tax
Collector, were then considered,
and, on a ballot being taketi, P.
Shirley received the appointment at
the usual salary, $60 per mouth.
Coun. McKenzie was authorized
to renew  the  plank approach   to
Pete shooing them in. Tiie running race was won by Douohujt'-S
Red Spinner, with Feathe.wtaflk**'*
Artemus second; aud tbe Pony race
weut to Bpssi^ Timler, with Dauber's Li.ttje Grey ..second and R..
Lord's Charlie third. <with this t&*
the sports concluded, and fco��t
what we could hear ou the ground*
everyjiody seemed to haye enjoyed
the outing.
0.   Westerraarfc   $8.     W-"V  W
cemetery, Geo, Paddon, $5.
The Council  then .adjo.ur.UA4 ��9
Saturday, /*uly 9th, *t 2 p.��.
Petty thieves are having a good
time. On Saturday l.ast the home
of David McKee was entered and
a sum of money and a quantity of
eggs stolen therefrom. Entrance
was Obtained by the use of a skeleton key, apparently.
The same day, those fine Eight
Brahraas at Fort Manley were
stolen while the sentry was asleqi.
We hope .friend Confucius' appetite
was appeased on Sunday between
the liyu good chicken and tke
On Sunday W. A. Kirkland was
called upon to supply the dessert.
He would not have mitided so much
if'a FF.W cuefHes had been lelt for
a taste!'
Mrs. Fenton, we understand, con-
tribtuvd tlie sfrsita for the  gund
feast, in the form oi a couple chairs,
while the Methodist Church supplied the time o' day.
Ueep your shotgun handy, it is a
pretty good detective.
Mrs, Stokes, mother of the
Stokes brothers, and Mrs. S. Brodie
arrived from the East on the 24th,
and is delighted with the country.
On her way out she visited her
daughter, Mrs. Dowding, at Kamloops.
No man or woman will hesitate
to speak well of Chamberlaiu's
Stomach aiid Liver Tablets after once trying them. They always produce a pleasant movement
ofthe bowels, improve the appetite
and strength��i the digestion, For
sate by jr. J, MacKe��*,k,
fine bearing orchard  in  bare  soil j wharf on Delta street.
might be destroyed  which would      The  Reeve, Finance Committee
have been saved had there  been  a j and Clerk were  authorized  to sign
cover crop.    Proof of this was  fin- a  promissory   note for $2,000,  in t
ni-shed by   the   great   "freeze*'   in | favor of the Royal Bank of Canada, j,
Essex county in 1899, i under   the   Temporary   Loan   By-
The seed of the cover should  be j ]uw.
sown, if possible, when the ground |    Qn motion the following ac.ot.11ts I
is moist, as in the summer the  seed j were ordered paid: Hauling gravel, j
will germinate quickly if there  js Geo  Embree, -��45; L. Hornby, $75; j
moisture.    After the seed  is  sownjw.   Euderby,   $48.60; E.   Lefroy,
the land should be rolled as thisU50.15; C.   Down,  $43.35; U. En-|    Mr, Goldjng, Ja*Je 0/ M��tfk*b^
will bring the moisture to the  sur-j derby.   $13055;  R.   Gray, -#51.75',; is a g-jest ai tke Sbis-rftey Hofilt,.
lace and about the seed and hasten I j. Honeyman, $77.10; L.   Hornby,! ... ...  ,.	
germiitation.   It is important to get; $143.10;   W.   Harrison, $77.07;  J.
growth    started  in  good  time   asj Dennis, $108 10; J. Kelly, $1*5; K. I
J.J,  Monkman has rented his there   is   s*>metimes  a ' protracted | Munroe, $116.70; G. Milne, $36.05;!      ^.^^
farm, for a term of five years, toid)rouSht in J"1-*' a,,d A"Sust which ,Q.   Embree,   $62.56.      Repairing p *      "*>'	
Wm, Stokes, who takes possession! Pr<**vent'3 germinal ion aud spoils the; gunbury wharf,   R.  H. Quaggan, I "      ' - *~
in a few days. ! prospect for a good cover crop.    In! $*s.    Powder, etc., T. J. Trapp &|    JJ. J. Kirkiand retWDtftd ftunday
  I districts where the conservation of j Co., $10.25.    Plough handle, E. G. j frow   Fort  Pougla*.   aaA *r#port|
I moisture   is   important the   cover Prior & Co., $t.   Casting, Bchaakej havjug fead a y^-y ��njoy*W<e trip,
Professor Shutt and Mr. Ander-;erop sho��ld be turned under as sopnj Machine Works, ^2.75.    Repairing j  ,
son inter��st*sd a very  fair audience' as possible in thespriug and jastjme  plough, G. T. Baker, .$1.25.    Ad-
011 Saturday  evening last.    A few! parts plants whicli  are killed  by ! vertising and priuting, Iklta Times,!
ladies  were  present.   If more of; winter are preferred as there  is no $5,50.    Hauling  lumber,  %c, W,
young  men  and  women could be loss of moisture through  them in j Alexander,   $178.49.      Work    on
induced to take an interest in these! the spring. Leguminous plants are,  rock,   W.    Walters,    $16.it;   H.
Edgar   Buckingham,   of Sea   Is
land, spent a day or two in Ladner,
this week in the company of
of his old playmates.
Csod   idea  to swear *i�� * few
] specials to put a stop to this petty
Miss Mark}and, who has V*v�� tiht
guest of Miss Florence Jtirkland,
! returned to New Wfffroinfi***** ���>-��*
meetings we should have a much ou the whole, best for cover crops
better idea ofthe needs and flequire- as they take nitrogen from the air,
.tflents of this district than ��-e have' but often oats and rape are used to
to-day. In the meantime don't j good advantage,
forget to get rid ofthe weeds apd j p���h -<i*-"'" i ���"" , .-' -"���,"1,1" ���= *"-
|uspc{ ixtJita ��s sm^ a�� pojsjble,        i     fCP.'rfinued qij Fpt*jr-|tb   Hjft.)
Doyle. $11.25; L. Monkman., $2.6,-
(63; Roy Barber, $6.75; N. Marach,
$9.25; K. Morrison, $4.25; P. H,off-
I man, $4.25; N. Johnson, $2f..8s.
j Hauling gravel,, D. Rtagh, jfyttS'
Kaiiling lumbu*. ���%:., Siujth rojicl,
W. H. Ladder .comojen��ed fyy*
iug on Wednwday, and report* tte*
heaviest fifop yet o�� the fettiaa.
just cut, |oing -4^m fow lyu, fr,
the arref
Suiscmmion, $1.00 _*r year.
CumI AdrcitiJeBcaK, �� cent, per line f<��
a_s_ix*Uacit.on, aad 5 crnti per Un* far rack
aakacquist iaacrtion. The Banter o�� Usee
neksMedtvtke apace eecupled, i.line, to tke
1 Kates tor Commercial AdTerUeenenti can be
Jha4 aa application at Ihlf ofice.
Reading setices is cent* per Use for each ia*
'  lirtkui Stttk ulkci, Jtc., Mnrii|��|i.ia.
Aar ipecial Bailee, tke okject of which it te
arenete tke pecuniary benefit of any indiridual
���r company, to be considered an adrertisement
and charged accordingly.
' All adrertiaetnenta charged for until ordered
oat aad paid fer.
" Crreapandeaec inrited on matters ot public
interest. Communication! to editor must be ac-
compaaled by name .f writer, not necessarily
for publication, but as evidence of good faith.
Carreapandaaee must reach this e&cc by Thursday STMriag.
Gao. R. Mai��x��y,
SAT-��a��*TK jcflY y, 1904.
We would suggest to the Agri-
cultunal Society (that they run ai
strand or two otf barbed wire* along
the top of the fence-on either side
pf the race teac*,. in order tot present sightseers- falling off; they
sight hurt themselves if they fell.
It has come to our notice that a
very serious conflagration is in store
for us unless great car* is taken to
protect the property along the line
of the railroad against th* possibility of fire from live cinders from
the locomotive. A fire arising
from this source may sweep tbe
Belta clean of everything, so it be-
kooves everyone to be vigilant.
It would seem tbat the prime
reason for nothing having been
done in the direction of good roads,
fe the fact that no one cares to take
the initiative.
Now, the more general1 feeling is
tkvorable to better roads under the
system) of a�� loan. What is1 necessary i.?. That thc Council prepare
an estimate of the cost of putting
the roads of the district in Ai condition, and draw up a scheme for
tha carrying on of the work in a
systematic manner, and place the
matter before the people. If the
plan meets with the approval of the
voters there is little: doubt but that
sufficient support cfen be obtained
fo carry the scheme to a successful
issue.   Try it!
The w��-d system, we are convinced, has outlived its usefulness.
The way ter make the best use of
the taxes' is- to abolish the ward
system. The way to get the best
men into the Council is to abolish
the ward system. The* way to
do away with dual voting is to
abolish the ward system. The
way to abolish the ward system is
lo obtain mose tUna half the names
on the assessment roll, representing
more than half the assessed property, attached to a petition praying
for its abolishment. By the abolishment of the ward system, we have
the whole of the miHi*icipnLay from
which to choose each and every
ejMos.    Why not do it?
came this time by way of Fiji and
Honolulu, and hopes, on the completion of his college course, to re**
turn by way of Europe and India.
We wish onr worthy friend every
success in his mission and feel as-
awed that, uo matter where he may
be, hia one great aim will be the
conversion of the unsaved.
The Presbyterian Sunday School
held their annual picnic at Grauer's
beach, Boundary Bay, on Tuesday,
and it was a great success. Fine
weather and an agreeable crowd assisted materally in making it a
most enjoyable affair.
Chamberlain's Colic,  Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy.
The uniform success of this remedy has made it the most popular
preparation in use for bowel com
plaints. It is* everywhere recognir-
ed' a* the oue only remedy that can
always* be depended upon and that
is pleasant to take. It is- especially
valuable for summer diarrhoea in
children and is undoubtedly the
means of saving the lives af a great
many children each year.���For sale
by F.J. MacKenzie.
A.O.   U. W.
DELTA   I.ODGH- NO.   12,   meets   fint    and
third   Tuesdays   rn   each' month in Waddell's Hall. T. W. KKRR, Recorder.
IS.  tt  F.
Court Ossko, No. 3443, meets
in I O O F Hall, 3rd Tuesday in
each month Visiting brethren
always welcome. C. R, J B.
Burr; R S.  B S McDonald
Delta lodge, No. 21.���The regular meetings of this Lodge are held
every Wednesday evening at 8 p.
m. Visiting Brethren cordially invited to attend.
F. J. Mackenzie, N.G.
A. W- Oliver. Sec.
A caretaker for the Methodist
Church, Ladner. Applications to
be sent to the President of the
Ladies' Aid at the Parsonage on or
before July 13th, 1904.
Jfey. Ls* B. Tranter, of the ~
list st^nirte, will be leaving here on
fhe 18th inst. to resttme hrs studies
in Chicago, which city he had to
leave on account of severe illness
iw'o years ago. Immediately upon
reacli^ig hi* home, m Australia,
|��s*' heillb fatf&n to improve, and
W held tbe pastorale of the Lily-
��ale Baptist Church irom that time
on tilt hia departure for here in
jpafcruaiy. On''his first trip to
pikago> he visited South Africa
and England, and returned byway
of Samoa aud New Zealand.   He
Gl      S..S-.S--   ss       s. s.S.       ..*. I..��*>.... ��.     ..
Mr. K. N. Rich
Has received instructions from Mr.
J. J. Monkman (who has rented
his farm) to Sell Suy Auction on the
premises, i}4 mffes Southwest of
Ladner, on
J,   uuia   wan   ivv i,
At 2 o'clock.
The Live Stock��� Includes a
well matched pair ot driving colts,
3-years-old; 1 2-year-old colt, 1 3
year-old colt, 1 5-year-old horse
and 1 aged horse; also a grade
Durham bull and 30 head of year
ling and 2-year-old heiiers and
steers; 2 biood sows, 2 fat sows, 6
store pigs aud about 12 dozen
Implements, e%C. ��� Separator, in good order; dairy utensils,
1 4-inch tire wagon, harness and
A few tons of oats, wheat and
chicken feed
The Furniture ��� Comprises
bedroom sets, tables, chairs, carpets
and mats, McClary range, parlor
and cook stoves, sideboard, set-ring
machine, washing machine, curtains, An Organ, crockery, tinwar;,
and a miscettaneou.-t assortment of
useful effects.
J. Reagh
--Os.AI._a_    IN-
Fine Boots,
Shoes *
Best Goods, Lowest Prices
Custom  Work a Specialty.
Practical Horseshoeing &
All Kinds of Repairing
W. H. Taylor's.
Gents' Clothing,
Hats & Furnishings
At All Prices.
Best Line of Boots & Shoes in Town.
Rubbers to Suit Eyeryone.
Staple Dry Goods at Lowest Prices
Incorporated IS69.
CAPIT..VL, $3,000,000.      RESERVE, $3,000,000
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Savings Department*
Deposits of $1 and upwards received and Interest Allowed at Highest Current Rates.
NOVA SCOTIA���Halifax, An-
tigonish, Bridgewater, Guysboro,
Londonderry, Louisburg, C. B.;
Lunenburg, Maitland, Pictou, Port
Hawkesbury, Shubenacadie, Sydney, C.B.; Sydney, Victoria Road;
Truro, Weymouth, Amherst.
ONTARIO ��� Ottawa, Toronto,
QUEBEC ��� Montreal, Montreal
West End, Montreal Westmount.
Bathurst, Dalhousie, Dorchester,
Fredericton, Moncton, Newcastle,
Rexton, Sackville, Woodstock, Edmund-ton.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ��� Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Grand
Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland,
Victoria, Chilliwack, Ladner.
���Charlottetown, Summerside.
CUBA ��� Havana, Santiago de
Republic, Wash.
H. K. WRIGHT, Manager,
Notary Public,
Ladner, B. C.
PurchMnt Agent
Brackman-Ker Milling Co.
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<*> NEW WE9TMIN8TEK,   :�����: K. C.
* Manufacturer, of all kinds ol ...
��� Soda Water, Ginger i
\ Ale and Summer .1
;. Drinks. j
j       Your patronage solicited      f
������MH ll'HIHtll . '������!������ -1-H* frT^*+��HH
Delta Transfer Stable
Team Work Bone at Specially Low Prices. %
  . j
JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.
��� Telephone " Ladner" No. io,
I t. . .t. 4 sts A .t. a ���_,
I I I 4 * *i**�� "I' T ���
Whether it be sisal, standard, standard
Manila, Manila or pure Manila, the user
of McCormick twine may be sure that
he b getting just what the tag calls for.
These Five different brands are the
standard in their respective classes, and
for evenness of strand, full length, and
great strength, fill all the varying needs
of farmers. Order from us.
j. i-.&.AINTON, Ladner
Stokes & Cullis
Westham Street,
Laduer, B. C.
Fashion Stables -
Trucking and Draying.
Livery work of all kinds attended to promptly.
Wm* Alexander
I.aduer. II. C
Teasl   Teas!
W. N. Draper,
Rnoiu l, Ktlard Block. New We.tiaiatter,
n i
Mrs. W. S. Livingstone wishes
to inform her customers that she
has just received a fresh supply of
Vegetables or
W. A. Kirkland.
A constant supply of Good Milk
Cows for private families or for
dairy use on hand, also
30 Head Young Stock.
Butler Freighting & Towing Co.,
Ltd. ��� Stea rer Forager (Captain
Butler) for charter.
Apply to
\% N* RICH, Agent,
Ladntr, B, C-
Time Table.
IN EFFECT MAY i, 1904.
No. 1-LoavesVictoriaat7a.nl.,
arrives at Guichon 11130 and at New
Westminster, a p.m.
No. j���Leaves New Westminster at 1 p.m., Guichon, 3 p. m.,
arriving at Victoria 7:20 p.m.
McRAE & Co
A full line of English and Irish
Tweeds and Fancy Trouserings al*>
ways kept in stock.
On   to   my   premises,   about two
weeks ago, a Black Horse.    Ownef*
may obtain same by proving prop*
erty and paying expenses.
.���������-���   ��
���: ^S*--*
-'Cob aay that I am Sokle.
Tea call me false,." aha wraU.
. 'Bo I Ntarn yoar letters
Mj the bearer of this note.
Kith all tha pretty presents
Yoo lavished at niy feet
And the lock of hair you ga-�� me
When love was sow and sweet."
Alton* the packet lingered
The subtle fragrance yet
Tlmt elang to all her laces',
The scent of mignonette
It tironght her dainty presence
Aad witching ways so near;
Mis heart began to soften:
He brushed away a tear.
'I might hire been mistake*;
Bke may ba true," he siglnd
Abo?, the scrap of tissue
With narrow ribbon tied.
'Bow fondly she baa treasured
My raven truss," he said
Aad dropped the folded puper���
The lock of hair waa red I
Uj friend Wllmore told nie a surprising
rtoiy tba other day. Doctors���and Wll-
��ore U one���do meet with aurprislng cusue
at tlmei
I had not Men my friend for some time,
wbea be invited uie to spi-nd u fow daye
wltb blm at his pretty villa overlook lng
tha Royal gardens at Kew. On the flrst
evening of my visit I eat with liim on tba
balcony of an upper room.
Cloae to ut was the great pnlmhourw.
Wllmore pointed to It.
"Whenever I look at tbat house," ha
���aid, "I think of the events of it night that
I spent In it with a man who would have
committed a murder had I not beon instrumental in preventing him."
I did what anyone else would have dona
���asked Wllmore to tell his story.
"Don't mind If I do," he replied, "only
I Must not be too lung about it.
"Well, it Is almost 25 years slime I settled bare near this wonderful garden. I
put up my brass plate und waited for patient!. I oould do this with little anxiety,
fer I had a slight income to keep nie yo-
"There oarae to Kew about the same
time a colonel, bis wife and his daughter.
Apparently they did not intend to reside
here permanently���thoy took a furnished
house by the quarter.
"I met the three of them in tho gardens
���enstantly Like myself, they had obtained a private pass and used to enter by
that little gute opposite to us. They wens
aatdoni ln the gardens when the general
publio were admitted.
"To be candid with you, the beauty of
the colonel's daughter was to ine far more
enchanting than the beauty of the gardens.
Yes, it wai a case of love at flrst sight.
"I am not going to describo her except
te tay that overy man before he reaches
my age experience* the tort of intoxication that I did then, and to him the beauty ef th* loved object Is incomparable.
"The girl, 1 mutt tell you, was one of
tb* most healthy looking girls I have ever
���ten. W* dootort know at a glanoe where
health bat itt abode.
"I took a dislike to the colonel���naturally perhaps, for he seemed to guard bit
���laughter with exceeding sternness. II*
disliked me, too, It wot plain I shall
������ver forget how he used to wateh me and
frown. Though I wat in love, I wat not
quit* devoid of reason and oould And muuy
excuses fer the man'* apparent antu��o-
nisiu. Doubtless he wanted a quiet time,
aa I did. Besides, the-colonel might well
kave Imagined at timet that I followed
them. It bad really reached that stage
wltb me that I felt despondent when I
eeuld not tee them. Of (he colonel's wife
I need toy little���the teemed to ba an un-
���tually modest, quiet, nw timid, woman.
"For two weeks I hod to be absent from
Kew on business.
"On returning, my flrst (visit wm to the
gardens���te th* rhododendron walk. They
were*'cjSlenEls K_ffl_, nut . ��.-.r ::."...n..*
of them���1 was looking for a face. Just
at 1 reached tbe open I saw three figures
coiuinu from the direction of the grove of
"1 fancy I betrayed my feelings a little
���1 could not help it. 1 was shucked, almost paralyzed, to see the girl, upon
whose image every fiber of iny brain l,��d
dwelt, supported by her mother, pale,
slokly, utterly broken down in health.
"JSho looked at me���oh, what a pitiful
look I Her eyes were un naturally large
uud unnaturally bright, iivr face had become thin; its color had deepened. She
was plainly suffering from some sort of
slow fever, a fever that was consuming
her strength little by little.
"Later in tbe day I was at the railway
station, getting some books from Smith's
library. I saw the colonel at tiie ticket
oflice. H* wus inquiring for a ticket to
Holyhead,    lie did not see me.
"ft occurred to my mind all at once that
I might see his wife and daughter by
themselves next day. l'erhnps I should
have n chance to Introduce myself In my
professional capunity. Tbat night I concocted all sorts of plnns. In the morning
I was In the gardens early. As the time
drew nigh that thoso who I wished to see
arrived I was close to thoir customary
gate. Thoy came somewhat lute, und I
followed them. I felt mean���very mean���
in doing so.
"They made their way to the quietest
place in the gardens--tlio rhododendron
valley. There is a fountain beside the
path to lt They stopped at lt. I saw the
elder lady take a handkerchief, saturate it
at the fountain and apply it to the girl's
forehead as she stood beneath the arching
shade of a yow tree, leaning against a
branch of lt. Presently they proceeded
slowly, I following. Fortunutely there
were no others at that early hour to see
ma The two disappeared round a turning into tho valley. As/they did so I saw
something white full. When I reached it.
I found it to be tho handkerchief.
"Well, as I am telling the story, I hod
hotter tell it ull. I put tho handkerchief to
my lips and kissed it. To my uirmzeuiont
an odor came from it that I l. J smellud
but once before nnd had never forgotten.
It wus the odor of the 'Thug plant.'
"It was a fortunate thing that I had
traveled in tho east. While doing so I met
a lady, the wife of a .Madras artillery olli-
cer, who told me that she wus on tlio poi tit
of death. She descMbud her sickness most
carefully. Nono of her doctors had beeu
able to cure her. Sho had dono some urn -
Ice to the 'medicine mau' of tlie station.
He was noted among his ensto for skill in
curing by means of herbs. He begged I hat
he might see the lady and at lust was allowed. He entored the room, looked at
ber, wont about in an amazing ni'inuer,
smelling everything on the bed, the upholstery, the rugs, curtains, blinds, and
reached the window. There ho pounced
upou a plant that the olllcor's wife had
had for many years, having brought it
from her own Knglish home. The 'medicine man' plucked from the pot a small
weed that had not been attended io. Wltb
a cry of delight he said that the sahil.'s
Wife would live.
"I sought out the 'medicine man,' "
continued Wilmore after a pause, "and
after some persuasion he told me that, th*
weed he hud found Was of th* sort supposed to be used now by thugs instead of
their former strangling cord. Its odor
was poisonous, was omitted only nt night;
must be inhaled from the plant or from
tome article saturated with it; that the*
thugs covered the plant during the night
aud collected the poison.
"Now, ln the handkerchief I had pioked
up in the gardens I recognized the odor ol
the plant���unniistukubly it was tho smell
of the 'Thug plant' that tho 'medicini
man' had made me acquainted with.
"The girl, it teemed, was dying from
the offeots of the poison. Who could ba
administering it and why? Where had it
been obtained? What was I to do? Thcsi
questions absorbed my attention.
"I did not follow the ladies farthor. T*t
save the girl, I felt that I must not lot* ���
"That evening tb* director of the gardens was to hold an at home. I decided
to go,-to confide in the director. Itcume
tome likeun inspiration that the'Thug
plant' uilt/ht be in tbe gardens. I found
the director's house crowded���it was en
old fashioned place, partly in the gurdent.
When the host saw ths urgency of my
cose, he arranged with some special friends
tu take his place in entertuining tbe
guests. Then be listened patiently to all I
had to say, making particular inquiries
concerning the "Thug plant.'
" 'We huve a specimen,' he said. 'If
yon come with me, we will obtain more
information about it.'
"In a few moments we had crossed Kew
Green and entered the herbarium, having
with us the curutor, one of tbe guests. W*
consulted there a ponderous book and read
all about the 'Thug plnnt' and Its properties. Then we went to a department containing a mu it it tide of drawers, lubled and
numbered. An envelope, or 'capsule,' wai
produced. As tho curator opened lt I ex-
'- "That's lti   I smell it from here!'
" 'Has any one lately Inquired aboil!
this plant?' usked tho director.
'���Thocurntor again consulted tbe book*.
" "There is an entry here���yes, Colonel
 called, made special Inquiries nbout
the "Thug plant," and wus tuken to set
it in the pulmhouse.'
"The director asked itt number.
" '!mji!.V was the reply.
" ' We will go to the palmhouse,' said tht
director, 'and have u look at "IKKiS" and
tee if it hns been disturbed. I believe it
Is a good size. It it tome time since I saw
It on its arrival.'
"He procured a derk lantern and ths���
key of the pianthonse. We started for lt.
The director told me what he knew of tht
colonel and his family. It hud occurred
to uie many times how little the girl resembled the colonel. She was his stepdaughter, I wat now told. The director's
wifo knew tbe girl's mother. Sho had
married a second time. In a few months
on coming of age the girl would inherit a
considerable fortune���thc reversion of bet
property in case of hor death would be to
tho mother���'and that,' said the director,
'means the colonel.'
"We were going through tbo herbaceous
garden and just emerged into an avenue
whon wo saw a tiguro passing rapidly lute
tho cypress walk.
" 'Who's that?' old the director in t
low tone.
" 'The colonel)' I answered, grasping
his arm.
" 'What ls he about?' he asked.
" 'Let us follow,' I said, 'and carefully.    Ho muy he alter the plant.'
"Down through the avenue of cypress
trees wo kept tho colonel's shadow in view
Thou wo watched him passing along the
margin of tho ornamental wnter. Tht
thrill cry of a startled tea gull made ut
clutch one another.
" 'Let ut stand here,' laid tbe director
'We can watch the house well.' We stood
by a magnolia. The colonel, with rapid
strides, made for the great house nf glass
He had to cross a wide, unsheltered spa e
MyoouipaniOD had bad his doubts, bur Uu
identity of tho llgure was now too clour
" 'It's he!" he ejaculated,
"The colonel weut rolind to a side en
trance. We glided round also te keep blm
in view.
" 'Why,'told the director, 'he's in with
out a key) Some one has boen bribed We
will go to the opposite door. I know where
the plant is.'
"We went. Outside'the door we removed our boots. Taking them with us
we crept in like burglars.
"In a few moments we reached the foot
of a winding Iron stairway, partly bidden
by creeping plants and tho surrounding
fialins and shrubs.    W* asoended noise
"Presently the director oaught my arm.
stopped me and pointed below. There wot
the colonel. He was leaning against a
palm trunk looking down intently at a
bush covered by a white cloth.
"For Ave hours we remained there, *tlr-
rlnff only to ease our positions.
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colonel look at his watch, wbich he had
done many timet, then remove the bandage from tbe plant, fold It, place It la
what was plainly an oilskin case and put
it in his pocket He left lt ee iteulthlly at
be hud come.    .So did we.
"We followed blm to bis house. He
opened the door with a latchkey.
"liefore he could close it we were on the
step. U0 had no time to refuse us adiuit-
" 'Colonel,' said tbe director, 'weuiust
speak with you.'
" 'Why now?' he answered.
"He was shaking with fear. The surprise wits too much fur him. He stum*
mere., lost his voice and presently lost
control of his muscles also. He recognized
the director, and doubt lest he knew ine
also. We held him, euch by an arm,
brought blm into the dining room und,
put liim in a chair. He was In a pitiful'
condition. I saw what wut ooming on;
it was paralysis of the brain.
''I need not tay that hit stepdaughter
recovered. I believe she is gossiping with
thu director's wife at tiiis moment. When
she returns presently, I'll introduce you.
She's my wifo."���Kxchange.
eaemm ����*UM-_t---^Km��ES.
Holy Communion, ist and 3rd
.Sundays, at 11 a.m. Other Sundays at 8.30 a.m.
Morning prayer, 11 a.m.
Evensong, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at 10 a.m., Friday
evening, Litany and choir practice.
Rev. Canon Hilton, vicar.
What the Ward "Crag" Oesa* Frous.
The word "grog" has a curious history
It comes in a roundabout way from the
French grosgruin, of whioh our Knglish
"grogram" is u corruption, ii|cuniii_: u
stuff of coarse and heavy texture, li 111 IT
old Admiral Vernon, who commanded the
English navy just before our war of Independence, wore breeohe* made ef tblt material and wat nicknamed from that circumstance "Old Grog." He used to have
bit men mix water wltb the rem that was
always served to English sailors as part of
their rations, and hence any dram mixed
with water came to be called "grog" und
the place where such things ure sold a
"groggcry."-lilts K. V. Andrew, in St.
Rvldraue of AMIH/.
"Skidleyalways seems lndustrlons,"re-
narlied the gossip. "And yut he never ao-
ooinplishes much."
"Ves," replied the eager listener, "he's
on" or these poop's who. whenever they do
anything make you think they'd be flrst
rato hands at something else."���Washington Stur. .
Flttlnc Punishment.
Tbe playwright hulf hi. play had stolen.
Yet   when   llrst   nightets   mocked   it
That   author's   cheeks  with   race   were
He thought his audience need him badlrl
But, though the "gods" so fiercely roared.
Wo can't about urf ilrness quiz 'em;
It strikes us that th. right reward I
far plagiarism Is play-Jeer-Ism! [
 ���Ally Slopsr.     j
"Nothing seems to please yon,1' he said
"I confess." she replied, "that you da
not exactly meet my n; proval."
Aftor he had Inwardly digested that he
was inclined to be even more bitter.���CJbl-
Bismarck a. a Drink...
When Bismarck was in London le
1843, h�� was invited to visit the famous
brewery of Barcluy & Perkins, and his
hosts, having heard of his reputation as a
beer drinker of groat prowess, presented to
him an enormous tankard of old alo, ln
tho aouiltiant expectation that bo would be
obliged to admit himself vanquished by it
"I seized the tankard," Bismarck told Sir
Charles DUke, who tells the story, "and I
thought of my country and drank to
Prussia and tilted it till it wm empty.
Then I thanked mj ontertalners���courteously, I hop*���and succeeded ln making
my way at far a* London bridge. Thar*
I sat down in on* of the stone recesses,
and tot hours tk* gieat bridge went niiW
and round me."���Exohang*.
Reverend Father E<Im. Peytavin,
O.M. I. Services first and third
Sunday of each month at 10:30 a m
Services next Lord's Day at 3 p. at
Class meeting, 10.30 a.m. every
Sabbath .School at 2 p m every
Sunday. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday evening at 7.30.
Rev. A. N. Miller, pastor.
Services next Lord's Day at 11
a. m.and 7:30 p.m.
Sabbath School at 2 p m Midweek meeting on Thursday evening
at 7:30 o'clock
Thos. Oswald, minister.
Service every Lord's Day even-
in? at 7:30 o'clock.
Services conducted by
Rev. L. E. Tranter.
Chamberlain's Cough Bemedy.
For Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. Price 25 cents; large size 50c.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Bemedy.
For Bowel Complaints.   Price 35 cent*.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
An antiseptic liniment especially valuable for Cuts, Bruises, Sprains and Rheumatism.   Price 35 cents; large size 50 cents.
Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets.
For Disorders of the Stomach, Uver
and Bowels.   Price 25 cents.
Every one of these preparations
is guaranteed and il not fully satisfactory to the purchaser tha
money will be refunded.
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place, on Sunday, at tbe Boundary
Bay cemetery, wben Hie 'reeeaioea���> ��-���'
Nom Lee were laid to rest.    Non
Lee died on Saturday morning at.
the ape of 66.
Ou Wednesday, cinder* from thc
locomotive on the V. T. K. set file
to some of W. H. Ladner's liajr
land, destroying a quantity, and ��*o
Thursday A. DeR. Taylor and J. S
Honey man were similarly victimized. , -
At the meeting of the Loyal
True Blues on Tuesday evening, a
handsome French clock and an address were presented to Sister
Lacey, on account of her recent t
marriage. After the presentation
a goodly number sat down to a
supper supplied in regular True !
Blue style.
[From the Sentinel, Gebo, Mont]
In the first opening of Oklahoma
to settlers in 1889, the editor of this
paper was among the many seekers
after fortune who made the big
race one fine day in April. During
his travelling about and afterwards
his camping upon his claim, he encountered much bad tt-ater, which,
together with the severe heat, gave
him a very severe diarrhcea which
it seemed almost impossible to
check, and along in June the case
became so bad he expected to die-
One day one of his neighbors brought him one small
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhcea Remedy as a last hope. A big dose was
given him while he was rolling
about on the ground in great agony,
and in a few minutes the dose wee
repeated. The good effect of the
medicine was soon noticed and
within an hour the patient was
taking his first sound sleep for a
��� ortnight. That one little bottle
worked a complete cure and he cannot help bnt feel grateful. The
season for bowel disorders being at
hand suggests this item.���For sale
by F. J. MacKenzie.
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.mlatlon of an- irienttflj fearaaL Tenoa. tt a
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Clothes Altered. Cleaaed aad Repaired.
Parccla left at W. I.. .McBride's Here and, A. Wa
Iter sand W. K. McClclten's barber shop will be
called for on Monday aud returned on Satardajr
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^Westminster Branch)
Time Tabic
Cars leave Westminster lor Vancouver at VJ,
and 6.50 i.tu. and hourly thereafter until ie p.
m.; Saturdays and Sundays st ic p.m. i
Cars leave*Vancouver for Westminsters at 5.J*
and o..S" ���;��� 111. ami hourly thereafter until 10 p.
tn.; Saturdays snd Sundays at 11 p.m.
We run Urst-claas (H'lgtit curs Ivetween Wetfe
minster uud Vancouver uud all shipments sre
h.ndli'sl with the utmost ear. and delivered M
consignee without delay. Special attention paid
tu fruit shipments, our wagons Di'cCst f\\ hoati
and trains. Kor rates, etc. apply to
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iVcslmiustt'r, B C. ���
. J-m ori.T>. TIMES. ttaTUKDaY JIJtY a, 1904.
Remmber the 4th at the Point.
Twelfth July excursion to Van-
See large posters.
fruit and Ice Cream Festiral, on
-tottrtday, 14th.   Don't forget.
H. N. Rich returned,  Monday,
$tis trip to the Kootenays.
IL H. Mason, of Saginaw, Mich.,
it risking his sister, Mrs. C. H.
Order your preserving straw-
fcerries while they are at their best
.���-City Bakery.
The Band will leave, 8 a.m.,
Monday, July 4th, for the Point
__��berts celebration.
Tht annual Reading Room meet-
lag will be held on Thursday e*xen-
j|ng��� 7th inst., at 8 p.m.
DC   M.   Ellis   was   unfortunate
sfmugh to sprain his wrist, and is
tcarrying it in a sling.
B-. E. Kirkland,  Provincial Im-
.|_i_*Tatioa Officer,, reports few Jap-
* coming in from the States.
Mrs. C. Davis and children re-
Iwned on Saturday last ftom their
vVbit to Chilliwack and Wharnock.
Our lacrosse boys will line up at
|be- Point Roberts celebration on
|be 4th and a good game is shed-
W. H. Smith opens up his store
H Boundary Bay on Tuesday, July
Sth, with a full line of Grocery and
Jtakery Goods.
Mr. Gibson was in town this
���_re*k, in an endeavor to interest
{tht farmers and others to try well
{bating fo? good water.
Leonard Dixon, Miss Dixon and
Jfiss Edith Buckingham,, ot Eburne,
paid a flying visit to Ladner, and
pei-e'gtssests at the Parsonage.
Pictures of the school may be ob-
jtained at the Drug Store. Other
pictures q�� the town and district
may be seen and orders left for
ir*-**:      ���
The Methodist Sunday School
jpienic took place, yesterday, under
itery favorable conditions. Everybody seemed to enjoy themselves
A. Fruit and Ice Cream Festival
Will be held on Thursday evening,
J��ly 14th, in the Oddfellows' Hall,
���ader the auspices of the Baptist
Jadies.   Everybody come.
(Continued From First Page.)
ir     1 i��s-____���_n   ,   i ���
Farmers who intend to try the
crate fattening of chickens this season should soon be thinking of
building their crates. Those in use
at the Illustration Poultry Stations
are 6 feet long, 16 inches wide and
20 inches high, inside measurement. Each crate is divided by
two tight wooden partitions into
three comparments, and each compartment holds four chickens. The
frame pieces are two inches Wide
and seven-eighths inch thick. This
frame is covered with slats, placed
lengthwise on three sides���--bottom,
back and top ��� and up-and-down
in front. The slats for the bottom
are seven-eights inch wide and five-
eights inch thick; the back, top and
front slats are the same width, but
only three- eighths inch thick. The
spaces between the slats in front are
two inches wide to enable the chick
ens to feed from the trough. The
bottom slats are put 1% inches
apart, and the slat nearest the back
of tbe crate is 2% inches from the
corner piece. The bottom slats are
raised two inches from the bottom
ofthe crate, to prevent the chickens
feet from being bruised when the
crate is placed on the ground. The
top slats are 2 inches apart and the
back slats i}_ inches. The top
slats are out above each partition;
and six strips 2 inches, wide are
nailed under them. The three doors
so formed are hinged to the rear
corner piece.
The crates are placed on stands
16 inches from the ground. The
droppings from' the chickens are received on sand or other absorbent
material. Alight "V" trough, 2%
inches inside, is placed in front of
each crate, and is carried on two
brackets nailed in front of e&eh
crate, to the ends of the crate. The
bottom of the trough is 4 iuches
above the floor, and the upper inside edge is 2 itiches from the crate.
Yours very truly>
Publication Clerk.
Ocean Dock
The management ol the Victoria
Terminal Railway has decided to
give the people of Ladner and vicinity the benefit of the popular
week-end excursion aud throughout thc season will sell tickets irom
Guichon to Victoria and return at
$1 for the round trip. The trip is
a delightful one and should prove
exceedingly popular.
L. 0. L. 1612.
The above Order will attend
Divine Service in the Methodist
Church on Sunday, July 10th.
Officers and members will assemble in Orange Hall at 6:30 p.m.
By Order.
B-K. Co.
Nortoni Printz has arrived in B.
P. from Japan, where he was introducing the "20th Century Short-
Jmuh..'' Alter installing a studio
|b Victoria, he intends opening one
\a Yaneouyej and so pn throughout
Canada.   We wish him success.
Mr. Crowjder and family, from
V-aocoRver;. arrived on Thursday
bound for the Bay. Among others
poet at Boundary Bay are: H. D.
Benson and family; A. M-. Herring
*nd family. Mrs. McKee-n and
jpMBily.    /	
__. Wi. Reynold's, of Victoria,
(be colporteur in B. C. foy the
British, & Foreign IJible Society,
���prtf'Vp Ladner a few days this
greek .in the.'interests of that society,
He left for home, on Thursday,
jery well satisfied wilh *hj numbe*
��rf cfdiKs take*
5* tJi'wv: ���'.-��� ' ������
Tlie Annual Exhibition of the
Delta Agricultural Society will be
held on Friday and Saturday, the
14th and 15th of October.
Public Notice.
The Delta Farmers' Institute are
giving $501 in special prizes for
horses, cattle, sheep, pigs and roots
at the Delta Agricultural Exhibition. Competitors must be members of the Farmers' Institute, in
good standing, on June 30th next.
By order..
Ladner, June 13, 1904.
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* l.iiilt iisst only for style But wctir.
Undrew Clausen,
Having entered our new premises
we have opened up a large consignment of NEW GOODS. With a
better opportunity of displaying
our goods we cordially invite our
patrons to call and inspect same.
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Buggies, Etc.
Our Stock of Buggies, Road-
carts, Wagons, etc,, are of
First-Class Quality and we
carry a complete line.
G. T. BAKER'S ^^bov,r00^
Mowers, Ete.
Frost & Woods and Deer
ing Mowers; Hay Tedders,
Rakes, Binders, etc.
Full Stock on Hand.
Agent for T. J. TRAPP & CO
Call and See
Our Steel Frame
Yankee Gates
4-tt. Por 14-ft. Opening, $8.50
4-ft. For 16-ft. Opening, $9.50
%J.   \*e   W^L^C, LADNER, B. C.
Everything Goes.
Never belore were  there  such  bargains  offered  in the City of New
This sale will be continued all next week.
*8fe Leading
Shoe Store
Holmes' Block, New Westminster.
* fyardman &Brvson,
Graniteware, Tinware, & Hardware,
Steel Ranges & Stoves.
Tinsmithing and Plumbing a Specialty.
Columbia Streeti 823 Granville Street,
New Westminster. Vancouver.
��� I OR-
* hugh Mcdowell, a
1 f
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A DOLLAR BILL may well feel proud
when it comes here to buy a shirt. We are selling some Remarkable Shirts for a Dollar. They
are made in nice neat patterns, pique stripes, and
cuff attached.
The Nicest Soft Front Shirts at the Price
in the Oity.
i 1       i ;	
Phillips, lhe_C>othier j-.]
109 Columbia St�� >T^w Westminster, % C.


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