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Vol. 2. No. 40.
LADNER, .B. C, SATURDAY. JUNE 10. 1905.
WL r6"*��� Ch*\
S1.00 yea
Black Cat Brand
'Chlcago-Ksnasta
���Hosiery Company
iXrcosha, Wis.
BLACK   CAT   STOCKINGS
AND KNIT TO WEAR
Chicago Ksnsshs Hoslsn Co.
-JCSJWSHA, WIS.
Council met in  the Town Mall,
j Surrey    Centre,    June    3rd,   the Columbia,
Reeve and all .members  being pre- Victoria, B. C.
I -se��t- Dear Sir, On behalf of the 'Lewis
Minutes ofthe previous meeting: and Clark Centennial Exposition, I
! were read and confirmed. I take pleasure in stating fintt wiih a
SiriH. G. Jcly deXotbiniere, I    The   Ladies   of   St.   -Andr.Mv's
Lieutenant-Governor   of British , Presbyterian Church, her., gavi an
Columbia. e ijoyable entertainment, last even-
'iiig, in Oddfellows' Mali, cccom-
panied by ic. crean, striwb Tries
-in., cakt.     The jirogra.nme   was
*Tr_r��  Q+   1 a   le Mayor & Ald
WO atylesare especially recommended to every mother who want J Victoria'*n Nation to attend the
176 nnnfttuil. rlomi-, j __-_. ... . j "Victoria   Day"  celebration.    Re-
��* save constant darning and who wants 1�� make the staking money go
farthest :
Style No. 15 for Boys-
Triple Ws double Heels and tofes^egular leather Stockings."
Style No. 10 for Glrls=
Lighter in weight, but woven to grive lasting satisfaction.
ceived with thanks ^^^^^^^^_
From F. Stanley .Spain, a bill for
���jtro.-jo costs searching   for   Hiuze's
horses.    Received.
From the   Mayor  of Kamloops
view of doing  honor  to  the  great d-,a-ved  somewhat on   account of
Provmceof British  Columbia and, t'-e usual Friday eveaing service k
orjanum? a .svsfpmit.'o  m���..~ -'iitc ��� .    , lc **
All Saints, but v.as highly appreci-"
���ted,   nevertheless,   a   very   large
audience tuning oat for the occa-
sion.
The following fe the programme.
r_t'i>A��t   T-.1_ .     **i    ,-.
Jerseys-
���Ghildren's Navy Jerseys, sizes 20 to 32. from 40c. up.
Bathing Suits-
A complete range of -Bathing StJts, in combii^tion and two piece
Suits.
Summer Coats-
Men's Alpaca Coats in Black ��*d ^rey, all sizes, $1.90 each.
Overalls-
We have tbe best Jine of overalls in town
���COMMUNICaYIONS :
From the Mayor & Aldermen  of, . . .7
or_anuing a systematic movement
by v, hich the people of the various
communities in the Province can,
in substantial numbers, arrange to
-visit and enjoy the manifold educational advantages and other  attrac-  ����� -' l"c f* "gramme:
tions at  the  Exposition,   the  Eor.-  Crescent Island Orchestra; reading,
position Management has decided to  i)r Kin&- ^^utaaMal trie, -Mrs.
_^_^_      ^m        ��� t- ,-set apart the period commencing   Ladner*   M,ss  Ladner a,,d  & W.
asking the opinion ipf the Conncil j Monday, July 3, and endicgj.uly S,1 Hams> th)S **��mber was encored to
j in regard to forming an '-Organiz- jas .��_3ritish Columbia Week." Sep- which tlrey responded; solo, * Mrs.
ation" or "Uuion of Municipalities" arate days in tiie week.can -be de- Honeyman*; song, E. T. Calvert,
and lhat it tbe majority favored signated by municipalfths -cf the;tilis aJso was encor*-d and responded
it, he would arrange with Mayor Province for thejr respective special jt0; selection, Crescent Island Or-
Keary lo call a meeting to arrange:.ceiebration at the Exposition. A cheslrai violin sol��' Miss I*adn**-r;
it. Received, Council favor the ..DomJ-Hjon of Canada Day" tei**!-'duet' Mrs- D/A- McKee and E- T-
idea. ready been arranged tor Saturday,  Calvert* accompanied by^rs.II^d-
tu1v ist ; ner;   piano   duet,   Mrs.  and  Miss
,. j Ladner.
The chairman,. D.. Wotid��,**hw.
On motion the following Reso-
j lution to the Minister of Marine and
7-risheri ;s   was   passed:  "Whereas,
..... __. .. ..wss.ee, j prova]) we.\vou]
���considerable friction exists between \mtn<x by you oi
loggirs   and    navietftors    nn   *��*��
If this plan meets with your approval, we-would  request  the  is-
"Our Special" Soz. Grey
-������-��� suanee by you of a proclamation a announced that the ne\-t two num-
logg.*rs and navigtftors on the j a]GJ)th fa advance 0, the suggestecl bers wotl,d be tbrown together and
Nicomeekl and Serpentine rivers, L^ ^^ attentiou to the j^,. taken intenially-strewbemes and
and as no one seems to have con- j ple ot- British CoUutaWa t0 thfae aa8.;: cream- aiid after ample justice had
trol ot same, we would respectfully ! ^^ ^^ ajjd urging every ; been done, the happy crowd dispers-
request tbat a Harbor Master be ap-j'palriotic son and daughtw of yowh 1 well satiiSed with the evening's
.pointed at New Westminster for ��� at Evince t0 aSKemble at the ^entertainment,
tthe Fraser river aud thc navigation j Exposition during tbis tiiae for the; The snuK &tle satn of ^ioo was
of thi Nicomeekl and Serpentine 1 purpose of honoring the Moasion ��*��**& for chnrchawork.
rivers be included in his district and [aad .     theh  htesetice iasore lhf 	
binder his control; and whereas, the success h_ importance deserves. .
navigable portions ot the Nicomeekl      r_ ^ connectioI]( permit me to: WSSt HaiTl    Island.
und Serpertine rivers are all in Sur- _dd ^ thfi May0_ of each cily I
ireyand the question  of construe- wil] b, invited ,djrect by tie Kx.j
I ting an J maintaining draw bridges is I faHoa Management to make ap I     Miss   Alice   Cra,,e   v's,'fed   ***���
La serious burden, delaying the con-; propriate arrangements for the visit j Ro-val Cit-V over S���^'
j tiuclion of roads and  the  develop- j of hjs c*ty,s delegation t0 the Lewis ;i    jas. Frew was a business visitor
m;nt of the country,  aud  as the ld  c]urk  Centennial  Exposition i to New Westminffter yesterday
government is building bridges and . au(J aU afe asgure(, ^ a b4AIty wd
wharves in other places;   therefore
we the  Municipal  Council  of the!     (Sig1)ed)    K- w> G0ODE,
Corporation of. the District ot Surrey | President
Portland, OiPt. April'.17th, 1905
respectfully request that a grant oi; Qffice ,f ^ President
$2,500   be made  toward  the  con-1
  ���  ��_uj 1 struction and maintenance of the'
i said   draw-bridges;    and   for  this1
Pants, every seam double sewn, hand fhiislrBd bottoms, and madelyourpetitioners^verpray."
I     From W. Williams, et al,  a  pet
.large, sizes 32 to 46, at $1.00 a pair.
The Royal Purple Shoe for Womhn.
arshall Smith
 a
ition to tbe council to widen the
Blackie Spit road. Received and
referred to Couu. Lawrence.
From A. Archibald requesting to
have the Liverpool road made
passable as he had rented the Paterson ranch, for a term of years and
thatiwas the oily road to it. Receive I .md referred to Coun, Bur-i
ne:t. I
From G. Seatter, re water on his,
land, the N. W. yi of Sec. 9 Tp. 8, j
EAST  DiiLTA.
j The Ladies of the last End are
waking elaborate preparations form
rawberry social to be held  at St.
Itephen's church on Friday,  June
|5th. at 8 p.m. A good programme
being provided .at .which Mn.
ouners   aud   Allan   Seymour of
(ancou ver, will take part, both of
hom bave a reputation of note,
would be worth while attending
hear these vocalists alone. Ad-
Iission 25c, children ioc. T8ie
.ove is in aid of the organ fund.
pn.e.
Lame
Sprained Ankle.   Stiff
Shoulderi^^^^^^^
These are three common ailmcnte
for wliich ChambeWain's Pain Balm
is especially valuable. If promptly
applied it will save yon time, money
and suffering when troubled with
any one of these ailments. For sale
by T. J. Macleeniie.
���   -.   - r -  "
and opening ditches to  remove it
Received j     vvaru 3'-rm on Johnston road to
FiprnW. J.   Walker,   tendering,'John McCallan for $160; grnbbmg
I $40 each tor lots 11 and 12, of sub- and corduroying K- and M. B. road
'divison of N. W. X Sec 19, Tp. 2.: t0 R* Collishaw at $1.40 per rod.
Received and on motion accepted, he      Wards vand 5, grading and cul-
  I to ,nay costs of   registration   and .vert K* and M- B* r0lcl ,0  R*   Co1"
I conveyance. j lishaw for $23*
You should not miss hearing that |     FrQm Thos   R    p^,,  tender. |     The Clerk was instructed to write
*F.   _"air��9on,  *cf WanaoEver,   is
spending a few days on the ilfeland.
Miss Lulu  Frazee, wbo -has just
; returned from -spending the winter
t in Hamilton, Ont.,:is *visiting with
 j'Mrs. G. W. London for a few days.
work at the Clerk's office, Clover-,' The majority of the young peo-
dale. on June toth. at 8��'clock p.m. i Ple t09k I'�� the sPerts a' Steveston
Ward 5,.Tenders'toije called (or��� Saturday and leport them as
gravelling about 240 rods on H. P. | being vei"v slow. Our football
road, and that Coun. Lawrence be;tedm tried conclusions with the
[empowered to purchase 2 ooxes Shamrocks, of Vancouver,^but ow
of powder. f -ng t0 ra��� and bad grounds. it was
The following tenders were ac-jja very unsatisfactory game and re-
cepted; (Suited in a, tie,   no   goals   being
Ward   1,   Lattimer road at  tbe f scored. ^
river, to Henry Kells for 33.50.
Wa:d..-2, gravelling Soott road to!   ''���Mrs. T. McNeely returned home
J. 1*7 Murphy at 76 cents per yard, i Tuesday .evening.
Gravelling Newton road <o  H.   G, I  Js-sssssss*-************************
Wade at 40 cts per yard.
Ward 3,.Fill on Johnston road toj
Miss Kirkland paid .a short  visit
to Vancouver this week.
ICE CREA.M  SOCIAL
talented contralto singer, Mrs. W.
J. Canners, lately from Denver,
Colorado, at the high-class concert
ing $40 each for lots 16 and   17
Subdivision of Sec. 16. B.  5, N.
ofl
lo  G. N..R. Co.
���requesting  them
at   Hazelmere
.Tbe taiki lk>ys will ���cpsnrt-he
new baud stand on Wednesday
next at 3 p.m., under the able le.ad-
ersh.ip of Fred-Land.
in   the    Central
Mrs. C. BeatflestDii and Mrs.
(Dr.) Wilson-were among Vancouver's visitors this week.
Tuesday last the Transfer cut her
���rates to 25c each way. Competition is the life of trade  and  those
1*1,1,.   , .   ,   _.      interests! !��� rivi  travel would do
lTheLad.es Aid oitthe.Methodist w��.H ,��� swte it that the competitor
Tiurci   liave   decided   to   hold a ��t���;��-.   1 .   , l"roPe��i-'X
t-a��,K-^.      a ��� .      gtU ,ts sbwe ot *he  business  even
.awberryiand ice cieatn socialiin thou?h it ro*t _' . ta
e near future. l^g     ���  Caet a trtfle more J"81
 r>*-o-*"*'""
church, Homer street, on Thurs
iday evening. Admission 25 cts.
Xook out forithe programme in tomorrow night's papers. Ex.���Mrs.
Conners will sing at East Delta al
the Ice Cream Social on Friday
theirtttfe inst.
�� 'to put in-a .croisitug
Congregational |2'   W_ "Jeceivcd  and  �����'motion S^:
1 ..j  ��...._ .isssssssssssssssssssssH        1     Tbe usual monthly accca-nts were
^^^^^^^^^^^^^    ordered paid and cheques issued.
The following appropriations were;     The couwc:l [ J*e adjourned to meet
made* I again on'Saturday July 8th,   at'i
j accepted, he'to pay costs  of regis-
' tration and conveyance
Mrs.   Kirkland,   sr., visited  the
Royal City this week.
Ward a, ftp for the Hunt road
J for gradiugatid corduroy; $100 for
the   Liverpool  road  for  graveling
and corduroy.
Ward 3, $60 for ditching  John
Rev. Mr. Smith, of Vancouver,
will preaehein St. Andrew's .Church
���to-morrow.
FLOUR   MILL.
John Paterson is taking time (ay
the forelock and -wiring his.mow
residence for electric lighting ms
soon u-s the power an ives.
Rev. Mr. McEee, a native *of
Nova Scotia, but later of New York,
preached excellent sermons here on
Sunday last in St. Andrews.
Columbian College Board is erect**
stonro*! south of McLe^i ^J JL^7����\T7' !' "i     C��1UDlbianC^
Tenders,  be called for <*n**l��*^^ ��*. ibr .a
ttccuver, to utilize | recently purchased On: bhe corner of
Ward 4, $60 lor corduroying   C.
V. road south Cloverdale,   and   the
Ree.eatid Coun,   Boothroyd  were
jsenjpowered to open tenders for said
home ^rowii fall wheat-to mix with
the htrd wheat of the North ;West.
He will interview ,the Council and
oth.*rs during the coming week.
Third avenue aud Second street,
in . the Royal City. Eleven {additional rooms have been provided^*.
tt.be oil
si.!];'. nrs delta rnms, Saturday june io, 190*?.
*���*. *
THE   DELTA   TIMES.
PlBI.ISHKy* SMRRV  S.'^URJOAV.
Subscription, $1.00 per. your.
ADVERTISING RAWS.
��JStfti5SSSrS^^^^Uiu 1 Vancower   before,-   but   probabl.
^S^^^��^^si:^^toX8:,,ever   to   such,   advantage.     The
,uch- .  I song is a plaintive but very beautiful
Rate* lor Commercial Ad����rBts-m**i����*. cmi be,        *�� r
fcri o�� application at iii����office. | composition; and it  blended  aptly
Retain, anlice* ��*.ce#.* *��*���'.���� fes. e^b ������������
wrtion.
I discourse, "'The  City of. Refuge
A FAVORITE VOCALIST. A.  O. U.   VV
Y**;>!fl Lodge, No.  12 meets* first?
At   St.   Andrew.s   church   last! �����>" t*lird Tuesdays of each mouth
evening .Mrs. W- J-   Connors sang
"Flee   as    a    Bird."    by    Dana, |
Mrs. Conncrs  has been   heard  iti=,
in Oddfellows'* Hall.
W. C. Pybus. M.W.
Geo. R.. Mahle***, Recorder.
1 with the subject  of the evening's
Birth Md D*��sli _ot_t��s���5QC., Mani**es ��i.��o.
A��y .pecUl ..Oct, the oi^ct ol whichistol Mrs. Connon? pOSSe?SeS.a,CUlrivat*iti
���nraU the pecuniary benefit ot nny ind.v.dui.1     - -
*r company, to be considered an ndverluaemeiil   contralto VOICQ-Of IllOSt   remarkable
..d.h.rf��..ccdi...y. ustaoidere|1j^eetneSH, depth and power,  three
qualities seldom found together. She
will be considered a very valuable
acquisition to Vancouver's musical
circles.���Ux. Mrs, Conners will
sing at tbe .Strawberry Social at
East lVitii on Friday, the 16th inst.
All ad-ert>��ei_ea*�� charged fo��
Oat and pnid for.
Csrrespondence invited on mailers oi public
laterest. ConimtmiCBtioni to editor must be iic-
tempauied by aame of writer, not necejaarily
l.r publication, but a�� evidence of good laitli
Comapoadcnce must reach this office by Thurs-
lay ereaiag.
Q��9,. R��. Mani.ky.
Manager..
skivaWly, jiKNsK 10, 1905.
The death is announced, in Honolulu, of Dr.  Sloggett, an old naval
'surgeon,   who,   many   years  ago,
With tb* ad-wnt of real summei*       ".**   '. . ...        ,  ���
practised*- here,  his residence being
W.*ather since the very we-cone: wiK--ie Peter C.li>jk now.-rpsides. Ac-
rain, the crops all over the district cording to a late exchange, the dt-
sre looking eseeirent*. The fruit is [ ceased died suddenly while, in at-
*lso beginning tn-change, color and j tendance on a patient.
grepatp for the raaa"keU
The Ladies' Guild of All Saints,
(Anglican) purpose given a garden
party in the Vicarage grounds on
the afternoon and evening of Wed
nesday, June the 21st. The Ladner
Ccpiet Band have kitidly offered
their services gratuitously for the:
q^asion.    Particulars later.
IT'S NEARLY TIME.
i-'O.os.
Delta Lodge,. Na. 2 r.���The regular meetings of this Lodge are held
every Wednesday evening at 8 p.
m. Visiting Brethren cordially, iu-
yitad to attend.
\Y. R<.. KLLifs. N.G.
Dr.. A. A.. King, Se:.
C. O. 17
Court Fraser No. 398, meets in
Oddfellows' Hall, second and last
Thursday evenings of each mouth
lat 8 o'clock. Visiting Brethren
welcome.
A. YORKE, C. R.
I. HUME, R.S.
McRAE & Co
It
NEW WESTniNSTER, I*. C.
A lull line of English and Irish
Tweeds and Fancy. Trouserings always kept in stpek..
;4....*^.;;i.f^-4;^*^<.^.a^.��^<,-4:.,.!(j.^Sf|-<1
I Horse Goods! $
J, Our Harness and Horse Furnishings
Jffhav. long proved reliable, and they are
T built uot only for style but wear.
Delta .-rtreet, at the present time,
aertainly needs repairing badly, not
patching, as last year,, but remaking.*. T-t* Hawng doyfttiof qrnshed
���rock or gra*vel" doss aot a_>pear io,
meet with general approval on ac-
oount of the large quantity it would
hp, necessary to use in order to
fBst&e- sh good job, there-lore, the
next best thing to do is to lay
qew plank, using the old plank
to repair-Cballusktban street. This
is very necessary work and commends itself to tbe Council., from
tfce.large amount of traffic over, it.
**The Trtm** load to .'ort.Q.iiiieiion
19 ^mother tiling tbati makes ane
feel cross-eyediwhen trying to de-
fttp.itt Be����-we are living in the
Far West, the conntry whioh boasts
qf being ahead of the East, and yet
que cannot stand ou. our principal streets and obttaijn;, a. clear and
unobstructed view far more than
half a mile at the best. There are
tWQ^or thjee bad kinks wbich make
ij.rj^y "tWige-ipus trayeUUig, over,
this road *ftefr**igbt.. liheu, again,.
th_ere is the*.width tip,. be - tak^n into
consideration. Why are the Chinamen permitted to stack up their
winter's supply of firewood on the
road limits ?
Colds
It should lie borne in mind that
every cold weakens the lungs, low-
Is era tlve vitality and- prepares the
system for the more serious diseases, anion", which are the two
greatest destroyers of human life,
fpuetUAi.pAia.,an.i.C consumption.
Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy
has won its great popularity by its
prompt cures of this most common
ailment. It aids expectoration, relives the JUii^S, and opens tire
iecretioiis, effecting a speedy and
permanent cure, lt counteracts
any tendency toward pneumonia.
Price 25c, Large Size 5��c
REPAIRING. A SPECIALTY.
hugh Mcdowell,
LADNER, B. C
W.~}^W~%~^)^^X*^*&^
GILLEY BROS.,
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Delta Transfer Stable
LM>NER, B. C.
SIiMOLE AN1> DOUBftJJ RIGS AND SAJDM.E* HOUSES
ON: WORK NOTICE.
Team Work Done at Specially ton* Prions.
1
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f
T.
���> MumifncturtTS of all kinds ot
��� Soda Water, Ginger
B. C.
Ale and Summer
thinks.   ,
Your patronage solicited
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*��� Telephone
.JOSEPH JO��*QAN., Pro^defew.
" Ladner" No. 10,.
4**!***H**-H**VK^*'H��*H^
HELTA TINSMITH <^HOP
The Pl&ce for Tinsmithing; Baitttt Tubs-> StQytjet
Pipe, Conductor Pipe, Roof Plates, and Every*
thiis^ Else in This Line.
H.M.Rich
Hi
DEALERS   IN
Wellington Coal,
Rosebank Lime,, P
Portland Cement,
Smithy Coal,
Sewer Pipe, Drain Tile,
Etc.
iSteam Tug "Flyer" and"
Barges tor Hire.
Offick: Front St.        Phone 1-6.
New. Westminster, B. C.
Notary Public,
i Estate 5 iBunmce
Ladner, B. G.
Purchasins Aecnt
Bi:a<;,kman-Ker MJUino; Co
Limited..
Hemp
Manure Spread&rs Se
Molina Pfows
take the lead everywhere,
also our	
Chatham Incubators &
Brooders,
CALL AND SEE THEM.
J.T.Stainton
Agent for--
Gurney Foundry Co.'s Stoves.
P. D. Dod's Mixed P.aints>.
Yoho Bath Heater.
Just the thing for making water hot for washing dairy
utensils, scalding hogs, or for wash day. Every
Farmer's Wife Should Have. One..
ROBT. MAY,
West&an* Street,.
Ladner, B. C.
aesananBMO-B
HAZELMERE LUMBER CO.
Manufacturers of all kinds of First-CIassr
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
We can deliver to an$ point on, the Railroad in Delta.
George Wagg, better known as
'"Shorty," has jut.t engaged with
\��.-.Ale.-^_uider.at Vy.hite Rock City
Lumber Camp.
Tradi: Mark:
DesiGNs
Copyrights &c.
Anvotte flefirtliig t\ sks>t s*h aji. Ahmalptlrtii any
nulriily uacortain onr opinion free -ffheclsssr an
'ivsMitinn is probably patentable.   Conimuni(*.'i-
WHEN YOU WANT
A first-class joint put up in first-class style
call or send your order to the
Delta
Commission
Ladner, B.C
Meat &
Phone 9.
Our Prise Im Right.       ,���   We Can Snve You Money.
Drop Us a Line, Our Agent Will Call on You
GEO* M. THRIFT, Manager*
Just
us strictly coiiUdentlal. HANDBOOK ouPateuta
it free. Oldest nuency for deeurltif? patentH.
atenta taken tlirouirh Munn & Cu. receive
jut free. Oldest auency for deeurliifr patents.
Patents taken tliroudh Munn & (
special notice^ without chnrge, iuthe
V han4*��'nely tlltiKtrated weehly. T.itrtreBt clr-
-.���nlatiAia. '.>(,- any srientltto Jnurnul. 'r<>rtns, f:t a
vmir; four wouAIjb, $1.  Sold by all newi-ideiilor-*.
MUNN &Co.3B,B'��^'New York
Branch Office. (125 F St. WaatilnKton. D. C
"-Sijater   Sioes at  Sinclair's*,'
Buggies-
Arrived
Wo   m;nA   k/x,si, !,..����� r.( ti.��'     There is only one Slater Shoe will
.R. Blind, book-keeper of the. thc  thrw w0|fds ,Tne Sate_ gioe,
American   Type   Founder.-.  Cu ,  of, enclosed   in   a   Slate I frame.       Tins
VanconY", bjas, been sentenced tq,make of shoes is alone in a clasi
qne year's imprisonment for  eui-
t-*_g��lem;nt
in a class ay
itself. It stands to-day for all thai
is cp/ntertable, all lhat is beautiful,
.nul'atl rlial is new in tlie art of finished footwear. I! We are the sole
agents fur the cily of New Westminster for this famous brand,
Don't  {orget the place
.     ,..   ,        . , W. E. Sinclair's and that should be
la,st tain did the trick lo, cm,41gi, 1(,.. guarantee  the goods.
Last   Wednesday,   we   put   $2.50003
i.'i   stock   and
or your inspec
tion.
Fishermen too will be glad to
learn that we have received a e-m-
signment ofrhose famous Newfoundland fishing boots. The boot that
has made itself famous on the Fraser
If you want a nice new
Buggy, up-to-date in
every respect, or if the
one you have needs
painting, call at
Q. T. BAKER'S Nsw sh0^"^
Ladies' Readj-to-Wear and Sailor
t Flats, Ladies' Skirts, White wear t Etc.%
A Fin��e Line of Emjbi?��idings andl
Laces Just Opened.
Afccorresv-oar'eeit who travels the
boundary Bav road, daily, iuiorins j
US that.th
perfection.    Hay, oats and* wheait
are looking splendid all alon,_ the\��,f thesc f:,m"l,s  ,1""-'
7 they are  now  ready   f.
tjue. '
ASK FOR,
Incorporated 1869.
Gay W, Walter leftt, yesterday,
ftrs.a-t-fl&jor three dajs', tour of the,
district in.the interest of J^ P. .Me
PbersoBn    It it* evident our new j *****(-**"-
.'.*..��      ���    .        ��� _ _���    . IhlS   shoe- retails   tor   SK'.iO   and   is-
merchant tailor is turmag out first  gl,���^c^ waterproof.   Sold only by
cjaft*.- work   oi    the   old   reliable w. e. SINCLAIR*
���wouldn't blending a h^d.. The- l.ivuling  Shoe   Mnr.*,. U New
CAPITAL, **>���'-,. $3,000,000
RESERVE FUNDS,       - - $3;30fi,743
TOTAL ASSETS, - -        $31,183,625
A. C|.eujaial Banking Bugftoegp. Transactecfe.
Westniinsiei".
Mr& ,C.a,llji8���� and family left yes
ttrday roaHii-B-g.'forrtb.ei.*, new home j
in Kamloops, Mr. Calhoup leaving
I^ter, by t.tie Rithet, Kap?l'tpop.s is
to be cougrsa^ted-ou the-acquisition of such rr*, amiable family.
Xhis comn^pity wilt ever remember them: as very desirable neigh-
Two Pigs strayed;onto ray prop-lRast Epd
erty  sc-me. time- ago,, owner  uiayiwack, Iyadner, Cumberland-
hav-e same by proving property..
ai.^tc K. B.. LADNER...
Savings Department*
Deposits of $i and. upwards received' aud Interest.; Allowed at Highest Onraren^* Ra&esi.
���50 BRAJMCHES.-^���-
BRANCHES  IN  BRITISH COI.UMBI-Ar-Vancouver, Vancouver
Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland,, Victoria,.Cbilli-
i,B. E,. WALKJ5K,, IVUna^er,,   \   LAP.NER,. B..C.
Rock Hose
STRONG AS GIBRALTAR
FRESBT THK DELTA
fAfrp
, SATURDAY, JUNi: io, 1005.
Camp Hope
Lumber Mill
Has been moved to Beaver Dam, on the
Scott road* and is now prepared to supply
all kinds of Rough Fir Lumbar at reasonable prices*
G. 0. Denivs,
East Delta.
me
titter
[Visiting: Cards
Plain or Printed
DELTA TIMES.
ji 1 \i
Time Table
IN EFFECT M.\VT-7. 1905.
Train leaves Cloverdale at 1:10
p.m. and arrives at Port Guichon at
2:20 p.m.
Train leaves Port Guichon tt
2:40 noon and arrives at Cloverdale
at 3,-55 Pm*
Mondays and Fridays only.
There are two through passenger trains per day each way to and
from Seattle and a mixed train to
and from Bellingharn.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA'
Electric Mi company Hi
(Westminster Branch)
Time Table
Car.i lenve Westminster tor Vancouver at 5.50
and 6.50 a.m. and hourly thereafter nutil 11 p.
m.i Saturdays and Smulaysat li p.iu.
Cars letve Vancouver for Westminsters at 5.50
mid 6.50 a. iu. and hourly thereafter until 10 p.
ni.; Saturdays and Sundays at 11 p.m.
FREIGHT  CARS.
We run first-class freight cars between Weut-
miusiui' and Vancouver uiul all shipments are
hamUed with the utmost eare and delivered tu
co:i3i_ptee without delay. Special attention paid
to fruit shipments. Our wagons meet all boats
and trains.   Vox rates, etc. apply to
A. SHIRKS,
Traffic Mgr.
Vi    R.
Westminster, B. C.
GLOVKR
Local Mgr.
OUR SHEET STEEL
PRESSED BRICK
Is  an   Ideal   covering,   cither   for  weir
buildings or improving old onus.
IT II VERY EMILY AND QUICKLY APPLIED.
OIVEB PERFECT WEATHER PROOF PfiOTEOTIOtf,
18 FIRE, LIOHTNINQ AND RUST PROOF
AND 008TS VERY LITTLE.        v
Consider its fine appearance ��� its
splendid enduring qualities���and slight
expense���and decide to servo your own
be. .t interests by using it.
Fullest details of information in our
CAtaki;.
METALLIC ROOFING CO., LiMirtD,
Wholesale Manufacturers,
TORONTO, CANADA.
church Nonc.es.
ALL, SAINTS.
(Anglican.)
Holy Communion, ist and 3rd
Sundays, at ii a.m. Other Sundays at 8.30 a.m.
Morning prayer, ii a.m.
Evensong, 7.30 p.m.
Sunday School at 10 a.m., Friday
evening, Litany ami choir practice.
Rev. Canon Hilton, vicar.
CATHOLIC
Reverend Father Edm. Peytavin,
O.M. I. Services first and third
Sunday of each month at 10:30 a m
MHTHODIST.
Ser\aces next Lord's Day at 11
a. in.and 7:30 p.m.
Class meeting, 10.30 a.m. every
Sunday.
Sabbath School at 2 p ru every
Sunday. Prayer meeting every
Thursday evening at H.
Rev. J. F. Betts, pastor.
/       	
ST. ANDREW S PRESBYTERIAN
Services next Lord's Day at 3 p. m
Sabbath School  at 2 p m     Midweek meeting on Thiusday evening
at 7:30 o'clock
BAPTIST.
Pastor P. H. McEwen will preach
at 7:30 p.m. Subject, "Service
Honored."
Prayer meeting at 8:00 Thursday
evening. Singing practice at 8:30
All cordially invited to any or all
services.
According to The Commercial
of Winnipeg, the visible supply 01
oats in the United States and Canada, east of the Rocky Mountains,
is 9,152,000 bushels, compared
with 9,152,000 bushels a year ago.
Just  what   everyone   should  do.
ROBT. MAY, Agent,
LADNER.   ' B, C.
Lei Us Talk It Over.
Have you, young man or young woman, ever given the
future any consideration? Are you content to drift along as
/ou are with, a superficial public school education which does
lot prepare you for earning your living.
There are openings for young men in che business world
is stenographers or decks. Women are eligible for the same
positions, what could you do in such a position? Are you a good
faeoman.? Are y��u rapid and accurate at figures. Can you use
[y*ije typevyr-itep so. as to write 40 words per minute? Can youdo
well the many thingst that are, required to be done in the bus'-
u^s offices of large cities?
Unless you have taken a ��jourse in th�� above you, are uu-
bre-pared far office work except in a small village.    We can
prepare you for a good position���a position that will in a few
["..tot-ths pay for your investment. I Some of our lady graduates are earning $40 a month and over. ~
Miss. W/., -K* Smith rece-ivejs 40 per mouth from the
blastings; Shingle Manufacturing Co., as stenographer, Miss
iMenzie starts for the Yorkshire Guarantee and Securities
{Corporation at $45.    Several are working for the  C.  P.  R.
it -��30 per tnouth and upward,.
[WE CAN HELP YOU TO A POSITION LIKE THIS
If you come to* us and work hard. If you   want further
jiroof of the way we* help to positions write us  and  we jvill
.nd you more n,a-mr&s.
But don't put off!    Every month you delay  means one
jonth's salary* lost;.    The sooner you   graduate  the  sooner
[yotu are* iu a position.
��� .11. ��� , ,.!,
Vancouver Business  College,
Limited,
1*^49 Hastings Street,,    -    -    -     Opposite Province Office,
D, H, ELLIOTT, Principal,
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
Room 2, Hilars! Block. New Westminster.
I!
1
New Crop Now In Stock
HOME GROWN and imported
GARDEN, FIELD AND
FLOWER SEEDS
Wholesale and Retail.
Special Prices to Farmers' Institutes.
Thouands of Fruit and Ornamental Trees.
RHODODENDRONS,     .ROSES.
GREENHOUSE AND HARDY
PLANTS
now growing in my  Nurseries  for
Spring planting.
Eastern prices or less. White Labor.
FERTILIZERS,
BEE HIVES AND SUPPLIES.
CATALOGUE FREE.
M. J. HENRY, Vancouver
3010 Westminster Road.
Mr.J. T. Barber ot Irwinville, Ga.,
always keeps a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy at hand ready for instant
use. Attacks of colic, cholera morbus and diarrhoea come ou so suddenly that there Is no time to hunt
a doctor or go to the store for medicine. Mr. Barber says: "I have
tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy which is one
of tlie best medicines I ever saw.
I keep a bottle of it in my room as
1 have had several attacks of colic
and it has proved .to be the best
medicine I ever Used."Sold by T. J.
Mackenzie.
W. J, Brandrith returned home,
Wednesday evening', from an extended tour in the Interior, holding
meetings, in the interest of the Fruit
Growers' Association, at the following places: Enderby, Vernon. Kelowna, Keremeos, Penticton, Sum-
merland, Peachland, Armstrong and
Salmon Arm. These meetings
were well attended and those attending were well pleased with the
practical addresses given. Among
the speakers were: President of the
Association, T. W. Stirling; R. M.
Palmer and Maxwell Smith.
Cuban   Diarrhoea.
FOR SALE.
Cedar Shakes, Fence Posts, Drain
Boards and Barn Posts.
Apply ta
F. C. CLINE,
A,Uuvia (Mud Bay).
U.S. soldiers who served in Cuba
during the Spanish war know what
this disease is, and that ordinary,
remedies have little more effect than
so much water. (Cuban diarrhoea is
almost as severe and dangerous as
a mild attack of cholera. There is
one remedy, however, that ean always be depended upon as will be
seen hy the following certificate
from Mrs. Minnie Jacobs of Houston
Texas: "I hereby certify that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured my husband of
a severe attack of Cuban diarrhoea,
which he brought home from Cuba.
We had several doctors but they
did Win no good. One bottle of this
remedy cured him, as our neighbours
will testify. I thank God for so valuable a medicine.'' For sale by T. J.
Mackenzie.
KING'S BIRTHDAY
CELEBRATION.
PROGRAMME  OF
Sports-Horse Races
SPORTS.
1. i-Mile  Bicycle Race, lor Men.    Prize, a Silver C lallenr-
Cup, which must be won two years by the .same person
to become his property. Entrance, so cent*. Won in
1904 by W. Siddall.
2. ^i-Mile Bicycle Race, for Bovs under 15 years old.    First
prize, $2 ; second, $1; third, 50 cents.
3. Lacrosse   Match  between   the   Ladner Lacrosse Club and
Cloverdale Club. Prize, Silver Challenge Cup. which
must be won by one Team two years to become their
property.
4. Football Game for Silver Cup, presented by Mr. Marshall
Smith, between teams representing Westham Island,
Delta and Sea Island. The winners of the final game
to take the Cup. First Football Game to commence at
10 o'Clock sharp,
5. Baseball Game.    Ladner vs.  Point Roberts,     Prize, Base
ball Supplies, 510.
FOOT   RACES.
Men, 100 yards dash, ist ��7.00, 2nd $3.00.
"    220 " ist #7.00, 2nd $3.00.
Entrance, 50 cents.
Boys, under 16 yrs old, 100 yds dash, ist ��2.00, 2nd $i.oa
" " 220        " 1st 552.00, 2nd $1.00.
" 12 75        " ist 51.50, 2nd       75..
Entrance Free.
Girls, any age, 75 yards dash,  ist $1.50, 2nd 75c.
For ft riher particulars apply tq
COMMITTEE :
R.  E. Walkhr. J.  Guichon,  P.  Shirley, W. H.  Smith.
HORSE RACES.
2.
2.40 Class. Trotting or Pacing. 1 Mile. Heats.
Best 3 in 5. Entrance, 5 per cent. Money
divided 60, 25 and 15 per cent $150 00
3.00 Minute Class.     Trotting or Pacing.     1 Mile.
Heats.     Best   2 in   3.   Entrance, 5  per  cent
Money divided, 60. 25 and 15 per cent  100 09
Novelty Race. Trotting or Pacing. Open to all
Horses. 1 Mile Dash, The winners to be the
horses trotting or pacing the mile nearest to 4
minutes. No watches allowed. Entrance, 5
per cent. Money divided 60, 25 and 15 per
cent    50 00
Free for All, Running Race, *a-Mile. Best 2 in
3. Catch weights. Entrance, 5 per cent.
Money  divided, 70 and 30 per cent     75 09
Pony Race. }.-Mile. Best 2 in 3. For Ponies
14J. hands and under. Catch weights. Entrance, 5 per cent. Money divided, 60, 25 aud
15 per cent ,    50 09
MARSHALL SMITH,
W. S. LIVINGSTONE,
F. J. GREEN,
Committee.
Harry Vasey has quite a nice
band of cattle which arrived from |
the Interior last week. Most of the
above are in calf and soon Harry
will be able to supply a stock of
veal.
Harry Butchart and Sam Marshall, of Owen Sound, Ont., called
on W. J. Brandrith on Thursday
and returned yesterday. The prospects ore that both will come back
again,
Alex Davie has just finished
the second coat of paint on his
large barn, fronting on the Bound*
ary Bay road, which is a great improvement.
C. Huffman, representing the P.
Burns Co., catt> dealers, Victoria,
spent a day or so in and around
town this week and took away,
among others, 12 lambs and 8
calves from the Delta Meat & C*��-***
mission Co. TI-JE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY JUNE io, 1905.
LOCAL NEWS.
LOCAL  ADS.
Percy  Burr returned
Tuesday evening:.
Raspberry Vinegar, 75 cents per
horn J   on  two quart bottle.    A few drops in a
glass of water makes a fine summer.
drink���City Bakery.
Asahel Smith lias just completed
an addition to his house.
Capt. W. Oliver went up
Royal City on Wednesday.
to  tbe
D. Woods is building a nice new
house on the Boundary Bay.
W.  Alexander came over from
White Rock City on Tuesday.
S. Thompson, of Fast Delta, is
busy fencing in the Morgan property.
We are handling, this season, the
famous Burnaby Strawberries, for
Preserving and Table Use; first
shipment to-:lay, ten cents per box
���Citv Bakery.
Miss Ethel Paterson, sister ol
Mrs. Alex. Davie, left, on Saturday last, for her home in Kincardine, Out.
Mrs. (Dr.) Wood ley returned
home, Wednesday, after speuding a
kw days visiting in Vancouver and
Westminster.
Robt. Stokes drove up to the
Royal City, on Monday, on a business visit.
The Arthur Brothers have jus!
completed two new barns on the
Farmiter road.
Mrs. C. F. Green and Miss C.
Green paid a visit to the Royal
City on Monday.
Warren Oliver sold the first
cherries of the season, Thursday,
to our local business men.
F. W. Calhoun retiir.-.t d home,
Tuesday, from Kamlpopv, where he
had been arranging for a residence
for his family.
Robt. Wintermuie came down
from the Royal City Wednesday
with the necessary materia! to pack
up the household effects of E. W.
Calhoun.
A. Gamble, of Ripley, Ont.. paid
a short visit here, last week, and
was the guest of Alex. Davie.
To-morrow, the 1 ith, is Whit-Sunday, one of the great church festivals. There will be two celebrations of the Holy Communion: At 8.
30 and 11 a. 111.
TH
HSTORE
New Westminster, B. C,
Can Supply Your Many
Wants at the Lowest Possible Price. For Example
we are Selling :
STAPLE
DEPARTMENT.
English prints, 36-in,
Imported ginghams,
Standard shirtings,
Oxford , heavy) do,
Apron ginghams, 40-in,
56-in table Damask
70 in do, very fine
LADIES' &
CHILDREN'S
,   READY-TO-WEAR.
I2)_C
15c 400 Dress  Skirts in stock, special
15c sizes made for very stout ladies.
12)40 Black Cheviot skirts,               $2 9-
121/.. Man Tweed skirts,                    $2.95
25c The above are first class, well in;nl
50c garments,"   and   sold   wilh   on
Special line napkins, per dozen guarantee.
$1.25 to $2.75 Other lines of spring styles
in Mi
500 yds dress muslins, vd ioc
15,00 yds       do yd 15c
Fine imported qualities.
3000 yds, immense variety, 25c
8-4 bleached sheeting, '  22c
Compare this with any 30c line.
40-in pillow cotton ijyic
Imported direct, best made.
Victoria lawn 15c line for ioc
(write for saiiple)
Other lines at    15c, 20c and 25c yd
"lath towels, 21x42, sell at     35c pr
hair, black or blue lustres, (an
vas weaves, Venetian, broadclotl ,
pretty Tweeds, etc. Prices r��m*<
$5- $6.50. #7-5o. $8.50, $IO,.J_l_
#15; we sell a few at $25 each.
150 shirtwaist suits, all new fron
tiie maker, in black, brown aiic
navy and shot silks, plain ant'
shot lustres, fancy Tweeds: colored voiles, fancy linens, Pongee
silk and everything that's new
We fit you here,
Bath to.vels, 22x45, heavy,    50c pr  N.H.���Ail ready-to-wear  hats now
vSpecial  values  in   white  Turkish,       at half.
brown  linen, linen  hock  towels,   500 pairs curtains to select from a'
bath mats, kitchen linens, apron      our low cost prices.
linens, etc., etc. $i-5�� Shirt waists at 75'
=   D. & A. CORSETS   =
W. J. Leary, jr., wife and daughter, Lena, were among the passengers dowu river on Wednesday.
D. A. McKee has the piles driven,
on his property, on iie Slough road,
for a very large and handsome residence, which will eclipse anv on
the Delta to-dav.
Kast Delta is to be congratulated
W. J. Frederick has remodelled I on having purchased a fine new
his residence, which now makes it1 Karn orga"' valued at $275- This
one oi the finest houses on the' sh��"W assist very materially in the
flats, church services there.
We carry the Largesi and Best Stock
of Staple  Dry Goods ia  B. C,
that's why our Trade Keeps
on Growing.
T. H. SmiTi
ime^
To select your Paints.
THE "IRONITE" LIQUID PAINT
Made in all colors.
One Imperial Gallon will cover 300 square
feet of wood, surface, two coats, giving a
fine glossy appearance.
AGATE WALL FINISH
For walls and ceilings.
Prepared by simply mtxing with water.
A   five-pound    package    will    cover   350
square feet, ope coat.
IS
1
PORT GUICHON.
e&tiijI^Z
.-77; "* &S&&S&^VJl-'iJ^ZEMnmjXStmsaB&m
i fgll&L
COSTS
NO MORE
To buy a Dinner Set of
an exclusive pattern tba*a one
of the ordinary kind���if you
buy from us.
Our ware has character
and style, the result of direct importing from firsT: class makers
who sell no other house. Onr large orders secure the lowest rates
���these are important considerations and worthy of your attention���the benefit is yours���if you wish.
DINNER SETS,
I Full Composition,
and
up.
T. E. Ladner has commenced
work on a large barn, 80x100, on
his property situate on the Gowdy
road.
To Rent.
LET US BE ONE "OF YOU
in two.     Come
Mrs. Alex. Davie returned home
on Monday from Vancouver, where
she had been to bid her sister farewell.
A furnished  house for the summer months.    Cheap.
Address
M. P..,
Drawer E., Ladner, B. C.
Mrs. Long came over trom Custer, Wash., last week, and spent a
few days with her sister, Mrs. Jos.
Jordan.
Mrs. T. W. Foster went over to
Vancouver, on Monday, on a visit
to friends, returning home on Wednesday.
Found.
A Lady's Coat, at Boundary Bay,
a few days qgo. Owner may have
same by proving property aud paying for this advt.    Apply at
THIS  OFFICE.
We are  this  week going to cut prices nearly
in and see if we don't do it.
We want to get acquainted with you;  we want  to  stay
here, we see good prospects ahead.
-fat
In &rder to Do That
We must have your trade and co-operation. We will do onr
part. We will give you a First-class Suit at a >Second-class
Price; we intend to treat you right; we hope'to grow with
you; we furnish the root, you furnish the fertilizer and watch
the plant grow.
X  Pi
McPher
Ladner, B. C.
99,12, 15,18
r0��;  VICTORIA,B,C
���_���...' uovmxsis&Emi
SAFETY I)
SIT
1
At nominal cost, private individuals or business
men can put their important papers and valuables in a
secure and vonveuient place.
This is a boon to those who do not possess a safe,
and to families travelling.
These boxes are accessible during all business*? hours
to tht*. renter, who   holds the key.
RATES a   $1.50 par year.
Westminster Trust & Safe Deposit  Co., Limited.,
Authorized  Capital, ��25,000.
DEPOSIT VAULTS AT THE OFFICE OF
R J. HART & CO.,
New Westminster, B. C.
W. E. McLeod, representing the
Great West Life Assurance Co., of
New Westminster, paid a short visit
to Delta this week.
NOTICE.
Another Bandsman arrived here
on Sunday last, and Frank Sutherby has, oh, such a smile, it would
do you good to see it
Any person or persons having
a claim against the estate of the
late AlexanderjFentbn must tender
same to me on or before the Tenth
day of July, 1905. Claims not so
entered will not be recognized.
(Mrs.) ELLEN FENTON.
VISITING CARDS.
WEDDING STATIONERY.
DELTA TIMES OFFICE.
Following are the thankful hearts
for the past week: F. Cutting, J.
Taylor, H. G. Taylor Miss Mason,
D. Dove, and Iv Wharton.
T. A. Watt, of the firm of R. A.
���__ T. A. Watt, o: Salem, Ont,
breeders of Shorthorns and Clydesdales, spent a few hours on the
Delta, Monday.
If You Want
A    First-Class    Buggy,    with
rubber   or   steel   tyres;   or   a
Democrat, call on
J* F* Stainton*
Fashion Stables *
Trucking and  Draying.
Livery  work  of all  kinds attended to promptly.
Wm* Alexander
Labor Bureau.
J.udner. B. C.
DELTA  STOCK   YARD, LADNEI*.
E. P. McNeill, brother of Mrs.
John Mclyee, left, on Saturday latf,
for Seattle on his return to Fort
MacIeocL and expressed himself
well pleased with his visit to Delta.
Fourteen Steers, one Fat Cow, Jersey Bull, two {shorthorns, Mare, Bay
Horse, two dozen Chickens, which
TV/TR.  H. N. RICH has received instructions  to include in the Sale
in above yard on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2IST, at 2 o'clock.
Terms Cash.        Further entries are solicited.
Chris Morrow and wife accompanied Smith Wright, wife and
fetnily on a visit to Blaine last
Monday. Mrs. Wright and family
continued the journey to Linden on
a visit to her mother, while the
$jjiej*s returned home.
SB.50
ELGIN OR WALTHAM
4-OZ.  SOLID  SILVERINE   OA8E
Dust and damp-proof, fitted with the very beet seven jeweled Elgin or
Walthtm movement, stem-wind and net, and absolutely guaranteed
for 3 year*. Also a beauiiFul chain wilh each watch for the next 30
days. All complete, $6.50. .Seeing ls believing. Cm this out and
send it to us, wilh your Name, Post Office and Express Office Address,
and we will send the Watch and Chain to you for examination. If you
find il as represented, pay agent the amount and express charges, and
Watch and Chain are yours. If you wish to save paying the express
charges send in Ibe full amount, and we will forwasd to yo. Watch and
If you order C.O.I), a deposit of 60 cents il required a* a mailer of good faith, which amoiini
Order.nt  once, u this offer may not appear again.     When writing meaiion this paper.
E. WAGNER & CO., 163 Cordova St., Vancouver, B. C,
Voting man, young woman, do
you need employment? If so,
register with us and if we do not
procure you employment no fee will
be charged.
For Sale.
A  No. 1   Melotte  Separator,   in
first class condition (owner  is installing larger one, same make).
For further particular;- apply to
N. MITCHELL,
Crescent Island.
M Clausen,
/Vatches and jewelry at Lowest Prices.
Repairing* ?��� Specialty.
Chain by mail, all charges prepaid.
will   be   deducted   from  your bill.
If Your Eyes
Bother You
Tbey require attention. Do not
trifle with so serious a matter. We
will fit them to your entire satisfaction by the latest method known to
the optical trade.
W. GIFFORD
Graduate Optician,
Consultation & Examination Fr.e
Pakloks;
T   Gifford's Jewelry Store,
NEW WESTMINSTER.   -   B.C.
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Constitutes a large part of what is earned in this age
of progress. You can't be too careful of the pennies-
Realizing this and malcing-a strong bid for your trade.
We h-ive our
marked at the lowest possible price.
Our values cannot be beaten.    We invite your inspection.
Bed   Room    FURNiTURE���Suitesfrom $15.00 up
Dining Room FURNITURE���
Parlor FURNITURE���
Hall FURNITURE���
Carpets,   Linoleum,   Oilcloth, Mattings, Awnings, Picture Framing, &c, &c��
You will be pjeased with anything in our line and
c in save time, money and trouble h} coming direct here and
niak ;ng ���-out' purchase.*:
Lee's Furniture Emporium,
New Westminster B. C.

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