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 Vol. 3. No. 16.
LAJNER, B. C, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1905.
S1XX) jan
DELTA COUNCIL     School Re ort.   Of HTHEfilA SCARE.
_____il__________-__________-.--________-.-.-.-.-.-.-M.-a-______--B*.-.-.-M.-- -._._.-B__-B
We take this opportunity
To thank our Customers for their hearty patronage
during tins year, particularly during this holiday
season, and
Wb Wish Yo
-A-
C-F-f if
-Ani
Happy And
Marshall Smith
A special meeting of the Delta
���Council was held in the Council:
Chambers on Wednesday last, tbe
aoth inSt, with the Reeve, W. H.
Ladner, iu the chair, and Couns.
Gibbie, Davie, Paterson, Huff and
Embree present,
Minutes of previcus meeting weri
adopted as read.
COMMUNICATIONS
From J. B. Kennedy, NT.P., and
J, Oliver, M.P.P., re repairs tc
Gulf dyke.    Received and filed.
From the Canadian Pine Co., re
water supply. Received and Clerk-
to reply.
From J. H. Bowes, asking foi
$250 expanses .re Wilson case.
The Reeve and Clerk were authorized to forward a cheque for same.
O11 motion it was d.cided to hold
nominations and elections in the
Town Hall and the Clerk to be
returning officer.
The petition re Abolition of tbe
Ward System was .received and
filed, the required number of signatures not being obtained.
The Collector was instructed to
return his roll to the Council on
January 3rd, ipo6.
Tlie Delta Highway By-law was
finally passed and ordered to be
published.
T'>e usual monthly accounts, amounting to $164.7.86, were ordered
paid.
Council then adjourned to meet
again on Jan. 13, 1906.
/ verage daily  aUei dance���Diw ;     Having heard   that a  mrniocr ��f
sion I., 15.86;  Division  IL, 39.5-1-, onr townspeople had-weiied on W.
E. Curtis, 7.P., S.M..TW tin. diph-
IXPLANATIOInT   BY   THE
C-OUNTRY   EDITOR.
f
BIRTHDAY   PARTY.
Quite a large number of -friends
'gathered at the home ot Mrs. P.
���Matheson, on Friday, the .5th inst.,
'that being the eve of fhe hostess'
birthday. The gathering took the
form of a surprise party, and so
���well organised was the affair, that
���quite a number of the friends had
been secreted about fne house for
���quite a considerable time ere they
-were   discovered   by   their   geriial j    On account of dogs being allowed
hostess- .      . . torun at Uxgeiit all times. W.-Hs
A very  enjoyable  evening  ���\LMlK, h&s iovml it  paid  better to
-spent at games anl  tripping the j^ hig stock of sheep ^ ^
GREAT OPPORTUNITY.
From now until the 30th December you can get your picture taken
at the  'Old Stand"   next to May's
HAZELMERE.
After a good deal  of study  and
work we have at  last  figured  out
why so many country  editors  set
"rich.    Here is the secret of success:
A child is born in  the neighbor-
"hood, the attending physician  gets
jsio; the editor gives the loud-lunged youngster and the   "happy parents" a send off ancl gets $0.    It is
christened;  the  minister  gets $10.
���the editor gets  $00.    It -grows up
and marries;   the editor  publishes
another   long-winded,  flowery  article, and tells a dozen lies about the
"beautiful accomplished bride;" the
minister gets  $10  and  a  piece 01
cake, and the editor gets $000.    In
ithecouise  of time  it  dies and the
j doctor gets  from $25 to J? 100, the
I minister perhaps gets another $15,
; the  unaerta-ker  gets from  $50 to
' $100; the editor publishes a  notice
: of the death and  an  obituary two
columns  long,   lodge   and   society
j resolutions, a  lot  ol  poetry  and a
, free card of thanks, and sets $0000.
No wander that so many country
editors  get  rich.���Morehead (Ah.
: bain a) Coaster.
Division III., 37.93- I rvisio 1 IV.,
28,89. Total, -.22.19. 'Pupils aetu-
a'ly attending fluring month, i.-y.
HON OK /ROLL.
Form V,���Scol Fenton, Margaret
theria scare, we questioned Mr.
Curtis as follows: Vas, .I.a3*c*e with
you that seme public utterance
'Should be made in   connection with
McKenzie, .Minerva Smith. | this case of 'diphfthe*iia in the vill-
Form   IV,   .Senior���Olive   Whit-l-a*e.    -"What have  yon had to do
worth, Herbert Hume, Laila  I_irk-|.with  jl?��  was *the  ire*t guestinn.
land,   Warran   Livinstone,    **on L^       w      mw:h  %�� ^m
Hams.
t?   _ nr   t ,,-,,    ,  t,     .probably have had less, bnt from
Form IV, Junior���Mildred Bar- \ ������'���       '
ber, Veron Taylor. Jessie .Vclnnis,
Harold Davis, Elmer Barber.
For.n III, Senior-���Gladys Dev-
e:eaux, Florence Lord, Alberta
Banton, Willie Banton, Hume Hil-
to.i.
Form III, Junior���Winnifred
Hutcherson, Minnie Mardesich,
Ale ..is Davis, Estella Brewster,.
Edw. Livingstone, Mary Selicfa.
Form II, Senior ��� Philip Gui-
���cbon, John Kiikland, Grace Frederic'*:, Lester West, Edw. Siddal.
Form II, Junior���Eric Taylor,
Hazel Shirley, Lester Handford,
Alice Thirkle, Inez Stainton, Katie
Foster.
First Reader, .Senior ��� Galium
Clark, Thelma Clark, Eva Alexander, Leonard lUrklaud, Edwin
Cutis.
the fact that several of out citizens
made statements to see, evitiently
sunder the impression that it is tht
dutv of a J. P. to take -the tnartet
in hand and 'do somethtng,'' Thereupon, I set out to f.nd cur Reeve,
with the view of jointly interviewing the Medical Health Officer, and
the'result may be suinma**ixed as
follows:
1. That a dearth did occur m thi*
village on Thursday���cause, diphtheria.
2. That the medical msn attending the cise did not notify tlie
Health Officer until after the death
of the patient.
3. That thereupon -the public
school was closed by order of the
Health  Officer ��nd  for a time ne
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    public assemblage of children will
First Reader, Junior���Fred Whit- i be permitted, even at church.
worth,  Anuie Brown,   Leua   Vice-j     4. That  the premises where (lie
*vicb., Earl Davis, Deuham  Hilton,! death  occurred   were  immediately
Gertrude Berney. !quarantined, and will be'thorough-
Second Primer,  Senior ��� Mable! ly U-tni-gated.
Lanning,   Roy    And-rsou,   Mytle      5. That residents-of these prem-
Kindand,   Frank   Kettles,   Alfred  i*es were r-erraitted to le-ive.and go
Guichon. j elsewhere,  after ithe flrath  of the
Second Primer,   Junior��� Cedrie ��� child and before'quaraotiue was es-
Hilton, Flora Livingstone, Ethel
P.rsons Stanley Clark (.equal).
First Primer���Evert Grant. Ruby
Welsh, Muriel Htttchexsou, Kathleen McBride.
Promoted from First Primer to
Second Primer���Flora Livinstone,
Ethel Parsons, Cedrie Hilton, Jack
Stainton, Stanley Clark, Ross
Thirkle.
Promoted trom-Second Primer to
tabHsneB.
6. That Reeve Xadner has it
structed the Health Officer to strictly fulfil his duties .anil prate(**t*tfoe
public health, irrespective of persons, and that be is to medically
examine all suspects and ifs-late ��� or
quarantine it necessary.
Now, that is about the way the
matter stands so far as I am concerned, aud it is now up to Health
First    Reader���Mable    Lanning. j Officer King to put Iris foot on the
XMAS AT THE BAY.
Myrtle Kirklai.d, Mildred Brewster, Nettie BussanicU, Maud Mardesich. Roy Anderson, Frank Kettles, Clarence Berney, Alio Marten-
ieh, Alfred Guichon, John Selich,
Wing Fong.
Ssaglic-m,
By order of the Health Olficei
All Saints Sunday school is closed
until farther.notice.
There will b.' no early service ii.
All .Saints to-mono w, but matins
aud evensong ct the usual-hours.
Xmas Eve address at the evening
service.
A very pleasant time was spent
light fantastic which were, unfortunately, somewhat disturbed by the
Hire reported in last issue.
**J.amber!ain's Cough Remedy
<5ju;evC��l<i��. i-roijp otiil WhoQT)i��B CourU.
'Considerable improvements have
_^_^^^__^^^^^^^^^^_      been made around  the   Hazelmere
Tin Shop: Cabinets,-fg.5oj3er doz; jLumber   Company's property.    A
small size, $1 per dozen. j ,lew siding has beeu laid down and; at theBo-mdarsy Bay Private Schoo
new machinery added which will! on Thursday evening last, when .thi
enable this .prosperous company to '��� following   programme was   sucess
handle  their  orders   with   greater [ fully run off;    Recitations by Eth.
promptitude than ever. Abercrombie,    May   AbererombiV
,_,       ... ', , Robert Ahe-orombic, Jennie Gunn
rhere is to be another grand eon-! _ .,,-,-
���    .,     *,* ..,   _���_.. ���       ,    , i Bessie   -Gnnii,      Ma-iie     1'ateron
cert in the Methodist Church, heve,
on Friday evening., January 5th,
ieio6, iu aid of 'the .Organ Fund.
Outside taleut has been engaged aud
a good programme arranged, Refreshments  will   be  serve 1   and a
Remember the only place to  buy
the "Genuine Slater Shoe" at Morit- j
real  prices is at W. E. Sinclair's, j
the Leading  Shoe  Store  of  New
Westminster. *
diphtheria!"
But you hare-stated that pefsou-
were allowed to leave the ^remwe-
after tie death occurred'?
"Yes, that is so, and I mysifi
thought it a very peculLar.procee-l-
itig at first, but if you look up the
Provincial Health.Act-yon will find
that any health onrcer 'is >*e-iefl
with large discretionary powers,
and that he may permit anyone to
leave sneh.premises before quarantine has been once established ..qpot.
satisfSing'himsclf that suih persons
are-in pfood health and have nfflt
been in acuta) ecu tact -with ��� the infected."
Is fhire -anything "ehse you cat
say on,the sub-ject?
"vVell, 'I hardly isknow, -except
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ithat all -kinds ofTamew are afloat,
On Xmas Day there v,ill be two! of" the usual kind, elusive and harH
celebrations of tlie Holy Eucharist, to rtiu down. The man ou the
one at 8:30 a.m. and .the second at i slre,;t knows a lot, but try to get
the 1.1 o'clock service. The.church 1 definite informaticai fron him and
is  verv  nicely  decorated   for   tin ! be only know*?.what Iras been toJd
to have them destroyed by a parcel j
���of dogs whose owners are too tired
to tie them *up when not in use. It
certainly is too bad tbat a man can
not follow bis calling ou account of
his,neighbors' ,do_.s.
large attendance isantiofpated.
dialogue, John Abercrombie, Willif
Ottim,   Ethel    Alicrerombie:    som
by thesci'.ooLrecilataion, by Helen:.
Crake;'violin   solo,  Mr. A-bercroui
bie;   solo,   by   G.   Brown;    Good
Night song by the school.    At this
festival.
���The Vicar looks for ...aut-. expects
I a large attendance at the Xmas Da>
I services. Take the religious lie o.
i Xinaf away ?.nd nothing .remain.-
' but a shadow without substance���
I "Gloria iu Excelsis."
    Tohu Perram received v.ord, last
! stage of the.programme Santa Clans, week,-of the death of his father, at
j arrived  aid  distributed  the   good! Stamford  Hill,   Louden, Fug.    It
little i was. only on the 18th of last month
I him.    T would suggest that anyone
having i nowil-e'dge .which might be
help&l  to the snth_*riti��   should
' come forward and divulge k for tbe
I coinjtttwa.good.    Tfee.R-seve ass;ur��8
! me lhat   he -Stands  ready tto call*
! special Council meeting tc deal witfe
anv tTrgreni: matt., "that 'Uijght crcjp
up."
So wi��ririi'g -Mr.'Curtis j_o*3C':'d-i!*r'
the interview then tenuinr.ted.
There will bz service inrthe &qe-
A  limited   number  of copies of things to thc .'elight of  the
this.issue may  be  obtained  at this! folk, after wbich   they .returned toi that we recorded  the  death, at thei ti��t C'ntrdrto-morrow ev*ttiingo*_%r
U>��h>erat iQC.ei._1_. ..their home;. .sanie.placC: of Mr..l\*rraui's njothvr. '.^t,.--'o'clock.    No Sunday .dt-Ml.
/ nm delta Tnras, Saturday, h3ce3��3Er 23, i_??s*
THE DELTA TIMES.
Fvn.ax.tD KVSRT SA.Tf_t.UAY.
StJ��sc-MPttiON..*'*P0 P��ty**��K**
APTJtBffM-sJlC HA?��S*
Canal As.Tart__ia-.an_a, .sj_<**tt>,Va per tine to*
the iral insertion, and 5 cai^r^pcr, tine lor each
THE PRICK OF A SOUL.
A\ fja,-.*. young lady was deeply
impressed; witb a sense of her sinfulness,, ajad found no p^ce day or
night.    A brother who had always
M__MO.nl in-M*<i-��u     THa   xi'.u-tst-r   ot   liuea 1 ..... ...
tly_. ssj..^. .j.. -..T-.-* ..���:.....��� ...  ci,-r-..t *�����,��., 1-i^.r ,���  worldly amuse-1
a o. y*. w.
Delta* Lpdge,, No. 12? meets- fast
and third Tuesdays of aaah month,
in Oddfellows" HalU
W.C.. Pybus, MlW.
Geo. R.. MANI.EM-, Recorder.
iaa_F*,
iV-cRAE*** Co
IBM! 1
al this oft
v.rSva*nv*a*���a can be
Kate. torCownwi
Taiia an application   '
��.aadin_ aotices .;�� ��u,>p*^ 'yt* to:, mem iu-
aarua*.
-WrtH and PMt\,��n)g>r-��m, Mfi,xMarf������t**.sa-,
ol,
i��y.
ad-crt-ae-tcnt
r*. u   t   *      tv- -M & 'u���, line of Elig-lish and Lrish
ment* w_s trebled and annoyed at!    Del^Lpdg^-fe..2S.^Chfrt-gj-, Troufiern_.es al*
,  ,,     ,    .   .    ���   ..*a ilar meetingssof this Lodge. a��fc held   Aweada.a4ia  fancy 1 rousemngs al
her present state of mind.   He tried r L,Uet-.i*i,cwfc
j every  Wednesday, e-vejiibg; at 8 p. ' ways-kept wi stock..
all tbe shafts of ridicule and sarr| ���.    Visiting g^^, cordially in*-1*"     -  - 	
IDs
A,,w_^_��^i_(,,i��^��tIisyt^i.to|��wato.turn her mind away from| vm to-attand-.
aiarv'be.efltofany individual
prartote the pectuuarjr
ar anaipaa?, to he C-W
���ind -harKad aaeaiding
c"*4'S.(l 'V uvAtt udered
ar anaipaar, to he coaaidcrad ao.
*  ��� ��� '-fly.
All adrartiaaao
���at aad paid fcr
Carraapaaidascc i��xi4*,il on aaatssei. o. public
ia-n-Mt. C*m��aaical>o_s to eslijor mnM be ac-
���Mnpanied by ���mmi ��;, wptsjr, not neccaaariljr
���v pnbhaa_oa. but aa evidence of good faith.
i?tMinatladanae mn*l.j����.h,*hi$.p_ic'.,!>j.Thurii-
*��Te-en*nf.
<lm.  IV. -dA**wrA.
Manager...
satuibat, dxgkmbkh ��3k 1905.
No snow, ncfjfrost and u/imroses
it bloom in the open at Christmas
it soa&hing to be enjoyed by iew,
ss-prth of the 49th parallel, but snai.
it 0|tr _jrj*>erience. How is it with
Ostar brothers in the Ext ?
It is to be regretted that the pe-
UtiSiRS.. held, bsjr   Messrs.   H.   M.
Yasey and"- JoJ*j H-pr*yma_*,were
���*5rithbaJd*i-�� ta*g aa>. to. tbwArt the
cibjectof the-trexisArnce.. Xhe oniy
petition presented representing
���one $250,000 of assessment short
of thei reqpiredia_ao_wt the matter
of- atooliihingj the mid system is
defeated fw this yenr.
It is Tery gratifying to see the:
may onr municipal at-tbor-ties rose
t�� ��� tbo- occasion an-ar feariessly attended to their duty, on Thursday,
a, aaon as their attention was
drawn ton death, from diphtheria,.
it town. The schools were closed
lmacdLttely aed the iuitcted family*
tyaoredrwhilerthe house was thoroughly fumigatrd. A�� ounce of
-yereat-on is worth a pound of
cure* 	
thu solemn. interftStSsQf eternity. But-
still the conflict- went- on-. She-
would not yield to bis persuasions,
and she felt she could not yet decide,
wholly for, tbft Lard. At. lasti her
brother said:-   "Ellen,  if: ymti will
Frank. C&U.-S. N.G*.
Dr.. A.. A.  King, Sec
C O. F.
Court  Fraser No. 398, mee'es in
Oddfellows* Hall, second and last
give   your   nonsense   uB,. audi b* Thursday evenings of each month
yourself again-1 wi*6iv*  you  fivJ at .8 0,clock     W** B*tbren
4.HEJ.RY CHRISTMAS!
Again rt is- thc Merry Christmas
time, and with it we intended pre-
aftnttfcf,-o.t-x gatrons -vck-u a_ hand-
apme Qjtiittoaaa nn��be_*r *!>>xbich, we
aegret.toi stein, bas aoti bceau supplied aficordjiig. to-orderr Tb-fe-
*re> rattler than withhokl it altogether, and not being equipped so
S��t_r<a)-di* a good job of filling in,
we present it to yoa. as it iawitb
vm- siiscere-regrets.
Wp. wish you au. a Merry Xma*.
WHATS THAT.
Ate tbo-pcestnt Ctftunciiloss going
to stand loorretel-etton ?���
Why. yea-t- 3-tft*- pot^'    5)i*>n'ti
yourself agailM wiagiv.e you
pounds.--' It seemed a paltry price j
to sell a soul, but the sisterrhesitated1, |
and eyen tp parley with such ai
temptation was to* give tbe cnamy.
infinite;adyaiitage. No.dcnbt she;.
considered that she could take the
money and dismiss the subject fer
this time, resuming it again when*
fty-er. sbe chose. She took the five
pounds and her>destiny<. wars-sealed..
Ontwardly she was little changed.
She did not scoff at religon nor oppose it in others,, but her. heart was
as insensible to its influences as- the
hardest rock. Nor did anything
madeanimpression on it afterwards.
She saw that beloved brother lie*
Upon his dying bed, and heard his
agonising entreaties tbat she
would turn from that fearful1 wa;,*,
into which he had led her footsteps;
bnt sbe heard him perfectly unmoved. A short time afterwards
she was alto called away,, and she:
died as she had lived.. The awakening from the frightful lethargy of
soul was upon the other shore.
There are those who. sell their*
precious souls for eiem less. How
stands the matter with yonr own<
soul ? Is it sate in th: good told of
a Sariour's love, or are you bartering, it. for bubbles upon, time's
ocean? "What shall, it profit itt
you is.aiti the whole world and loss*
your own soniCf'"---51eja*ajits Hours
welcome-**
CAsJR-ViIHA-NS WIN.
Ghitego,, Dec.   19. ��� Canadians-
took, premier honors in the breed
ing Clydesdale class of the.- Interna
tional:Livo.-Stoc_ks_K>w here to-day
The chieftrivals were the firm of
GTaham Brothers, of Ontario, and
Galbraith & Sons of Janesville,,
Wis. In the fat sheep class, R. H.
HUsfdingrof Thoradale,. Ont., took
three -firsts in the Dorset class.
GRIP QUICKLY KNOCKED
OUT.
"Some weeks ago during the se-
�����re wmter weather both  my wife
and myself contracted severe colds
which speedily develvoped into the
worst kind of la grigpe*with all its
miser^-frsyraptcrns," says Mrv J. S.
BgLkston of Map(le Landings.Iowa.
"Kitees-and joints aohing, muscles
sore, head stepped upy eyes, and nose
._- ��. .^ __,   .      a     .1.    running,  with*, alternate- spells of
yon thwk theyrou_*tt to; after tho   ,...       ,, ,.._ .
"   ^* chiHscand fevarv    We- began using
way tbey harettandltd th* sffairsd Chamberlain'^ eottgb Remedy, aid-
nl*efm*-����asf-Utf durthg. thft-cur**J jng the saraewithiaidose of Cham-
A\ YORKE, C. R.
I. HUME. R.S.
W: Nl Dra-per,,
PROVIKQIAI.  I.A��8 SURVEY08.
Room a. litlattl Block. N&,w..We��kluinater.
*?~^&-��-W+-*:'"'M.+-W,'*7K* X'* M ���*=*������
f Horse Goods L i
f >
f Our Harness aud Horse Furnishings **f
?W>avc long proved reliable, and they are f
& built ucUioikly.for style but wear.
T REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
I huqh Mcdowell,
j, LADNBK. B..S.
'1,,'i r'i ff 1 ��� i-Vaf 1 Hlm ��it a -at* ai
^.���m^t^Tft.^rr^M^m.'m^mx9M.mnt,mm.m a^1-*
Fence Posts*.
If you. require, fenai. po-ts just
drop me a Ikie, or call and see
THOS. ROBERTS.
Ladner, B.C.
J. HENLEY
NKW WSSsPMINSTH*,    :**���:  -t. C.
A Manufacturers of all kinds nl
I
*> .Soda. Water, Ginger
I    Ale anvf Smrnuto*
Drinks.
Your patronage solicited
iFa^ion Stables
Truc-t-i'ng and? Dfayiitg*-..
Livery work of all kinds at-
ttmcl--l to,promgMx.
Wm Alexander
Ladner. St. 2.:.
When Wcaskingj:
Around Machinery
a man required-
jumpers that fit
likea.glove .. .
Overallfe-of light
weightbut great
strength. Tbe
kind' tbat will
shed grease like
a duck's back
sheds water- . .
"Buck Brand"
o v e r a 1 ls in
short Th ey
contain none
but tbe best of
materials nnd
S-i.d i n gs avd
are as carefully finished inside
and out as-a-pair ottronse-w. .
Ask your Dealer for the . . .
"BUCK BRAND"
they always bear the Uuion.
Labeil
GILLEY BROS*,
TM.AI.KRS   IN
Wellington Cts^
Rosebank Lime,
Portland Cement,.
Smithy Coal,
Sewer Pipe��� D-iaa.* Tile,
Etc.
Steaio Tug, "Flyer" and
B-wsgisr tec* Hiscev.
Office: Front St.        Phonk i-6.
New Westminster, B. C.
r���t-
Manufacturku By
I. HOSl. .
IS..
LTD.,
VAK.COUVEI-V
ll'S HE
hNew Crop^ mm- In Stock
HOME G'ROVvTST and imported
GARDEN, FIELD AND
FLOWER SEEDS
Wholesale and Retail.
iSpecial Prices to-F-HrmoK^Inetiti-tes.
, Thouands of Fruit and Ornament-
jal Trees.
'RHOD�����ENIi��R0KSi.     -LOSES
j   GREEN _-*��.��3S��.A��N��> .-SARDY
PLANTS
now grow.Uig in my  NsUnseries for
'Spring planting.
Eastern prices or. less. White Labor.
FERTILIZERS,
BEE HIVES* AJ-TD SUPPLIES.
; e*ATA-.��GHW ff-REE.
JVt. X HENRY,. V.ancouver
3010 Westminster Road.
btwlaiii'S.Storaaahi arm' Liter Tab-
dbn&i *JM8-   anfl' -W *,s- 'Ibes-nil use soon
completely,.ktiock*d out'the grip."
-,._,-_ t_ .   _      ^j These- Tablets promoter a healthy
Granted,. J_��t. yotn Heip toipnti   __,,       ...    ,      ..  u .., ..
* -��r      r     j��ctiomo( the bcw��lfc,.Hvt*rand'kid-
i*n fr ye����*?
We-eU. tf*e#  ni-rfitt '*H**e
-tetter.
tfcem hack again., and give them
ppfrej.tp.ri_ise the necessary tnnd*.
enHeeat mfien -quickly they'll, gi-re
���jjpmgood roads tihdtrve overs
Thoroads *&* g.ood> enough out
our may. WhaftiwKtv-^N.ut is��. a te-
dijctioBiOf twv>
|��.t��t_��thHig ta. -foui tbe*.. tl��tt
ytmnt brnthef* imottfcw partsnof tbe
district c*�� sonrc^y grit outt with %
sack of. apuutt ? Ho��;t- be %_(og
_l��-_*mber b��_.helps t-op_^thedyk
ikC ***** m keep tlae w#tw oiTyoun
good tammi eaaA&anlu. Help youa-i
self, br-ho-gihg yoattrbroaher-..
Aweri-nai biil; Tie* for J*.3$ at
VU**M**Vi��*
nt4*A*. Wshioli iv always beneficial
ws&en-ttbe sj-ss-tesniis-c-dugestedi by a
coldorattucfeby tbe grip. Hor sale
by B? J, MncICejixie-j
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CoMssVnoMnrt-ie.
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Christmas I    Christmas 11
We are Booking Orders- now for
TURKEYS AM) GEESB,
place yemp orders with us,, we- guarantee- not to disappoint, you, and
give you Voung Birds.
Shipment of E.cjria-H-uns*. j��_.t! arrived,. 115c.lb..
1 Delta
Meat �� Commissim (&
Phone 9. Lad-sem. BC
���-j_iu_jj- ja.is-'i
If you waixtt at nice new
Buggyr, ��_>to-dat��_B in
every respe-at^or if the
one1 yos�� Ira^e needs
painting; eajfr &&.
Q. T-, BAKER'S ^j^sill
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Delta Transfer Stable
LABNER, B.C.
S-!NG1_E Mm DrfOUBLE RIGS A_SD SA-OJ&LE IIOSSES
ON SHOfRT NOTICE
Toam- Work Dona ai Specially Low Prices.
4-
JOSEPH JtoR&AN,
Ladner" No. _o.
PKuprl^oi**
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HELTA TINSMITH 5HOP
The PlaM^ tea. Tinsa_aithing, ?ath Tubs, Stove
Pipe, Conductor Pipe, Roof Plates, and Every*-
���thing Else in This Line.
\Agemt for-
Gfurney F&smfoy CoJ'a iStovea.
P_ B. Dad's MbcEt-t PaiEtta.
Yoh�� Bath Heater.
Jus* tbe thing for malting water hot for wstshftig dairy
utensife,. scalding bogs, or for wash day. Everj
Farmer's Wife Should Have One.
ROBT. MAY,
Westham Street,
Ladner, B. C.
Incorporated 1869.
CAPITAL.. - - $3,000,000
���RESERW FTOflDS,       - - $3,302,743
JT-OGM- AIE-SI31.S- - -        380. ,188^625
A General Bamkas-y Business Transacted,
Savings Department*
Deposits oi $1 and upwards received and Inter-
es-t Allowed at HighesA Current B.*te8.
 -55 BRANCHES.	
BRANCHES IN feftBTBSW CCWLJirMBaA���Vancou.w*r, Vancottver
iEast Ejid; IW*- Pleasant; Grand -fcmfcs-, _Canain��'_t. Nelson, Rossland!h
Victoria, Vernon, Chilliwack. Cumberland1 and  Nfe* Wesl__*i4l��r.
L. M. RICHARDSON-Manager, LADNER, B. C.
��� .��jai m
ANOTHER CAR OF
Royal Household
Flour
Just Arrived.
Bran, Shorts, Etc
A full Line of������
Fruit Jars,
Jar Rings,
Jelly Glasses.
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i\ THE DELTA TIME:;, oA'i UR'DAY, LEC.uuBER ?3, 19
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CHURCH   NOTICES.
ALU SAINTS.
(Anglican.)
Holy Communion ��� Sundays,
8:30 a.m. ist Sunday in month,
ii a.m.
Matins, n o'clock.
Evensong, J o'clock.
Suuday School at .o a.m.
S-nday,, eveniag seivke 7:30.
Rev. Canon Hilton, vicar.
CATHOLIC
^Reverend Father Edra. Pfcytavin,
O.M.I. Services, first and third
Sunday of each month at 10:30 a m
Benediction,, 7:30p.m.
Rev. J. Wagner,
Parish Priest.
MKTHOMST.
Services next Lord's Day at 11
a. in.and 7:30 p.m.
Gass meeting, 1a30a.n1. every
Sunday.
Sabbath School at 2 p ra every
Sunday. Prayer meeting every
Thursday evening at 7.30.
Rev. J. F. Betts. pastor.
SIS. ANDREW S PRESBYTERIAN
.Services ii��-.tLord*s Day at 3 p. ro
Sabbath School at 2 p m     Midweek meeting on Thursday evening
at 7.30 o'clock.
Rev. A_ McAuley, Pastor.
BAPTIST.
Sabbath services at Ladner at 11
a.m*. ami 7 p. tn.
Sott-stay Scho il it 10 a. m.
Prayer m-eting on Thursd.y at
7.30 p  in.; thoir practice at 8.
jas. A. Banton, pastor.
A CERTAIN1 CURE FOR
CROUP.
When a child shows symptoms 0 f
croup there is. no time to experiment witb new* Fen.ed.teSy. no matter
Bowhig&Ty theymay be reconrmeml-
ed. There is one preparation that
can always be depended upon. It
has been iu use tor many years and
has never been known to fail,, viz:
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Mr.
ML F. Compton, of Market, Texas,
says of it, "I ha-vfr used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in severe
eases, of croup with my child! en* aad
can truthfully say ft always gnres
prompt relief." For sale by F. J.
MacKenzie.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
w itii cm un
(West-minster Brane-h)
Time Tsblr
.ara taw* *-ss��aa_i_ut*ir let rincmnrit; j.j.
aa. *-ja a.m. aad heurly thereafter uatll ti p.
a��.; Satno-air-asand Sunday, nt n p.m.
Canrlaare Taarauver fin* Waatminatera at 5.5a
eaid ..jo a. m.aad lsot��Hy thereafter uatil fcs p,
���k.-*-t-r_-jri and Sunday. ��t 11 p.m.
FREIGHT  CARS.
Wa rua nrat-claaa freight cnia between Weat-
miaatcr aad Vaiit-iwtr and all *-tptaeata are
handled with the t-nsrost eare and delirered M
naj-EB��e without delay Special attention paid
ha frail a-ip-ienta. O111 wagona meet all hoata
aad trains.   Par ratea, etc apply ta
B  A. SKII.KS.
Tci-cl:
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���tminiler, B. C.
V. X. GLOVKR
I.��sci. Mfr.
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For Sale.
APHORISMS.
From 75 to 160 cords of wo)!, at
tie Boundary Bav ranchy Price,
5i.-5 rer cord on the ground.
J. GRAUER.
NOTICE.
The Dost,
The Largest,
The Cheapest
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN',
l?hat sixty days after date I intend
to a 1 ply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission
te purchase two small unnamed Islands lying wt st-south-west about
[half (���_���) mile from District Lot No.
\ Five Hundred and Thirty-two (532),
Group II (2), New Westminster
District, and containing in all about
250 acres ot land, more or lers. I
have this day staked and posted a
copy of this notice on above lands.
Dated at Port Guichon this 4th
[day of November, 1905.
VV. J. LEARY.
Contentment gives a crown whert
I fortune hath denied It.���Ford.
I    Constancy is the complement of all
; other human  virtses���Mnzzinl.
Ho  who  will  not take advice gets
j knowledge    when   trouble   overtakes
liim,���Kaffir.
Tlie more one speaks of himself tlie
less tie likes to hear another talked
of.���Lavater.
The rv.-idiost aw] surest way to net
iiil of eeiifiiire is to correct ourselves.���
Demosthenes.
Character s��'i<1 personal force are the
only investments that arc worth anything.���Whitman.
'Tis not your posterity, bnt your ac
tlong. that will perpetuate your memory.���Hutchinson.
Calumny would soon starve and die
of itself if nobody look it in and Kave
lt a lodging.���Leigbton.
Civility is a chnrm tlint attracts I!;.-
love of llll men. nnd too much la better
��� linn li> show too liltle.
. . 1 ! ...lend." People will or-trti
'������11 :���' '' ailll think Irss nf yon, nml
'.���-.'. ll.ii '< liltle euctii_;!i uf you uow.���
.. ti*l ; j.:. iliulio.
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Stock  of   Xmas Novelties. I
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Don't forget ths Christmas Drawing, IT
Saturday, Dec. 23rd, at 9 p.m.      |
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5000 Telegraphers
_���__���____���       NEEDED
Annually, to fill the new positions '���
created by Railroad and Telegraph
Companies.     We   want   YOUNG
Mli.V and LADIESoffgpod habits ti
LEARN TELEGRAPHY
AND R. ft ACCOUNTliNO . . .
We furwish 75 fe* cent, of the
Operators aasl Station Agants iu
America. Oar six schools are the
largest exclSasm- T-fegmpfc School.*
in the world. listabtished 20 year
and endorsed by aM leading Railway Officials.
We execute a $25101 Bond to every
student to furnish hum or her 11
position paying from* $40 to $60 *
month in States e*ast of the Rock?
Mountains, or from #75 to 5100 j-
month in States west of the Rockies,
immediately tipoa gralnatioti.
Students can eater at any time.
No vacations. Kor full particulars
regar-ins; auy of **_r scbcols write
direct to o��r executive office at
Cincinnati, O.   Catalo-juc free,
ITincinnati, Ohio.       Buffalo, N.\
Atlanta, Oa LaCrosse, Wis
T��K*rkaiw,, Te^s San Francis^C;*
Marshall Srni
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XMA3   ANNOUNCEMENT.
Christir.-s and New Year will soon be here
Bringing to all much happiness and joy
An 1 .Santa Clans with his Reindeer
Will visit every girl and boy.
A busy old man is jolly Saint Nick
And reeds the best help he can find
So he sends of his stock the very best pick
To the store that he thinks the right kind.
He sends presents suited ior young and old
And ol every color, shape and size,
Where with ] urses ot pennies or filled with gold
One can procure a remembrance thr t will  prove  a  prize.
Headquarters of Santa, in Ladner, will be
At F. J. Mackenzie's Drug Store
And if you will call I am sure you will see
That his goods are as choice as ever befora
-V. R.
SANTA CLAUS.
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MEW  YEAR'S
Win
Gold
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MacKenzie's
QRAND - PRIZE - CONTEST
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Competition Closes Saturday Evening,
December 30th,  1905.	
We carry a most Complete and Up-to-Date Stock of Dry Goods and Gents'
Furnishings "and at prices which can't be beat anywhere.
HRST PRIZE,
SECOND "
THIRD    "
FOURTH "
flfTH    "
$50 IN GOLD.
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Every Purchaser of ONE   DOLLARS'  WORTH of  GOODS  will  receive  ONE
TICKET.
Tickets to be given ONLY for Cash Purchases.
.*_.���->������-���s-t-ga-i
MacKen
Ory Goods Store.
Tha Fl. at Lai-book.
Tb* well known A_.yrlolo.1-t, fir.
Hugo Wlnc-Jer, published an account
of tbe legislation promulgated by King
Amrapbel of Babylon, wbicb, to far aa
Is known at present, was the flrst book
of laws ever pive�� to tho world. King
Amraphel lived 2,250 years B. C. liDd
is mentioned in tke Bible ns a conten-
| porary of Abraham, io thnt bis statute*
were drawn up fnlly five centuries before tbe laws of Moses. They number
282 and contain tbe following:
"If a woman wbo sHS-i beverages
pi ves bad value for the money puid
ber, sbe shall be thrown Into wnter.
"If a wife lie a spendthrift or If sh*
otherwise neglect her duties, her hut-
band mny put ker nwny witliout compensation, but If n mnn pisf away hie
wife for no other reason thnn thut she
bas no children he shall return her
whole dowry.
"If n betrothal be rescinded, the maa
shnll pay the womnn compensation.
"A widow with grown up children
mny not mnrr.v again Without permission from a Judge."���London ExpreM,
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And Rich na V.-r::.
"What Is It that maken men grent.
papa?"
"Persistent   aflrertlslng,  my son."���
Cleiejiind XMaln Dealer.
Popular Recipe.
An e����ay whloh you Ktralght tor.eti
A llthosraphlc scene:
A pallid little novelette;
A modern magazine.
_ ��� \VaBhln_-tor Star.
W-ist ir known as "goose flesh" usually results from a low condition of the
system nnd Is renlly n slight chill. If
you have sueb attacks often. It Would
be wise for you to consult a pkyslcliu.
It should be borne in mind that
orcry culd weakens the iuiu-s, lowers the vitality nud prepare* the
system for the more serious diseases, among whieh are the two
greatest destroyers of human lift,
#   pneumonia and cousuinplioa.
Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy
has won its great popularity by its
prompt cures of this tinut common %
ailment. It aids expectoration, re- "
lreves the lungs and opens the
secretions, effecting a speedy tend
permanent euro. It counteracts
any tendency toward pneumonia.
Price 25c, Large Size 50c.
CLUBBING OFFER.
Iu order to retain our old subscribers aud obtain new ones we
wish to make the following extraordinary offer:
Pacific Homestead $1 00
Northwest Poultry Journal...      50
Review of Reviews  3 00
Cosmopolitan    1 00
Delta Times ,..,   1 00
The whole of the above  will be
jivcti for the very small sum of $4.
According to The Commercial,
of Winnipeg, the visible supply of
oats in the United States and Canada, east of the Rocky Mountains,
is 28,598,000 bushels, compared
with 24,234,000 bushels a year ago.
NOTICE.
The firm of Baker & Taylor.
carrying on business as blacksmiths, having been dissolved on
this, the 15th day of November,
ill accouuts due the said firm must
be paid, on 01 before December 15th,.
to the undersigned, by whom all
hills will be settled.
G. T. BAKER.
Ladner, I?. C, Nov. 15, 'or,.
IH 8
Time Table,
Train leaves Cloverdale at 1:10
p.m. and arrives at Port Guichou at
2:20 p.m.
Train leaves Port Guichon at
2 -.40 noon and arrives at Cloverdal*?
ata-SSP-n*'
Mondays only,
There are two through passen**
ger trains per day each way to and
from Seattle and a mixed train tQ
and from Bellingham. THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2?, 1905.   -
LGG-ti.KEWs. iCOLUER'S EXPOSE!
Roderick R<ri<.   --etiirr.e 1
corner on Monday.
Van*
j
Miss Ethel Kei.l spent a few days
at Sunbury, this week, the guest of
Mrs. Whiteside.
Mrs. L- Monkman returned on
Monday from Vancouver, where
she bad been on a si ort visit.
Mrs. W. A. Kirkland returned
k<*>me, Monday evening, from a
.short visit to tbe Terminal City.
Richard Reid, of the postoffice
staff, Vancouver, was visiting at
Ladner for a fe-.v days last week.
Friends of Mrs. H. N. Rich will
be pleased to learn that she has
greatly improved after having been
Jaid np for a few days.
Service will be held in the Methodist Church on Christmas morn-
jug at 10:30 o'clock. All are cor-
diiilly invited to attend.
Sam Morrow's name is mentioned as a probable candidate for
School Trusteeship at the Boundary
Bay school.    Any more ?
Jas. Best, and E. Hampton, after
spending a few days the guests of
P. Pearse, returned to Port Haney,
this morning, accompanied by Miss
Best.
John McKee and wife accompanied by Mrs. McKee, sr., and Mrs.
Robertson leave this evening for
Vancouver, where tbey will spend
Christmas.
OF    THE
PATENT   MEDICINE   FRAUD I
death's laboratory.
June 3rd.���"Patent medicines are
poisoi ii g people throughout.Am-
ericE. Babies who try are fed laudanum under the name ol" syrup.
Won en are led to in jure themselves
for life by reading in the papers
about the meaning of backache.
Young men and boys are robbed
and contaminated by vicious critn-
iiiiuls who lure them to their dens
through seductive avertisements.
PERUNA   AND  TIIK    "BRACERS."
October 28th.���So well recognized is ihe use of Peruna for its al-
colic elects that a uumber of Southern papers advertise a cure for the
'Peruna habit.' What makes Peruna
profitable to the maker and a curse
to the community at large, is the
fact that the minimum dose first
ceases to satisly; then the moderate
dose, and finally the maximum
dose; and the unsuspecting patron,
who began it as a medicine, goes
on to us. it as a beverage, and finally to t>2 enslaved by it as a habit."
UQUOZONE.
November 18th.���"Liquozone is
sulphurous and sulphuric acids
(corrosive poisons) heavily diluted;
that is all. Will the compound
destroy germs in the body. A
series of tests conducted by the Led-
erle Laboratories answered the question in this summary: "To summarize, we would say that Liquozone had no curative effect, but
did, when given in a pure form,
lower the ies!s*.a'ice of the animals
so that they died a little earlier
than those uot treated.���Scientific
American.
Service in tbe Methodist Church
���to-morrow as usual. Morning subject: "Bible Rules for Right Living." In the evening there will be
R "Xmas Service of Song."
LOST.
Misses Edith Rich and Elsie
Honeyman returned home on Wednesday, from All Hallows' Semin-
Rry, Yale, to spend the Christmas
holidays with their parents and
/riends,
Between Marshall Smith's store
and Crescent Island, ou Friday,
December 15th last, a small parcel
of Dry Goods. Finder please return to
THIS OFFICE.
We regret to state tbat Mr. and
Mrs. P. Shirley mourn the loss cf
their infant daughter on Thursday-
last, from diphtheria. The sympathy of the whole community goes
out to them in this their hour ot
trouble.
Re Delta vs. Wilson the witnesses
bave all been examined and evidence ordered to be typewritten.
The lawyers will commence arguments on the 25th January, '06,
alter which the Chief Justice will
sum up the case and give judgment.
Notice of Removal
Having removed my place of
business into new and more commodious quarters at the corner opposite the Oddtellows' Block, on
Delta street, I hope to meet all my
old patrons and as many new ones
as wish to patronize an up-to-date
shoery.
J. REAGH,
Ladner, B. C.
The Board ol License Commissioners met on Wednesday last,
with tbe Rcevei W. H. Ladner, in
-the chair. Applications for renewal of license were received from
Marshall Smith and W. L. McBride, and there being uo com-
plaints both applications were
griinted.
Mrs.C. E. Banton,
Voice and Piano
Pupils prepared for Concert. Church
and Home.
Special Attention Given to Voice-
placement,  Tone-production
and Expression.
For Terms and Lesson Hours Apply at Temporary Residence,
Mis. A. B. Barber's, Ladner.
II11 HJm-~
The Best Chance You Ever Hmd
to Choose Pleasing Qllts*
Bride
When You Want to Ship or Store Your Produce or Live Stock.
Just on the ev; of the Christmas rush we received a maiuilcc-
turer's stock of Neckwear, Belts, Handkerchiefs, Chemisettes, Glove
Boxes, Handkerchief Casts an 1 many other giveable articles at ridiculously low prices.
You must see the charming assortment to get an idea of what
you really save.
Neckwear, 10c Blouses, $1.25
Neckwear, 25c Xmas Furs, $1.75
Belts, 15c Fur Stoles, $2.50
Umbrellas, 75c to $7.50.
Black Peau de Soie Silk, 59c Yard
All Wool French Flannels, 35c Yard
T. H. SMITH.
Grain Elevator
Capacity 500 Tons
Warehouse
Space 24,000 Square Feet
RATmES   ON  APPLICATION.
OODS #
We have just opened our large stock of Xmas Novelties
and have a splendid assortment of those dainty little hand-made
things which tnake such a nice gift for the friend who is so
fastidious.
Handkerchief,   Glove,  Tie   and Photo  Cases,
Pin   Cushions,  NeedSa   Books,  Etc.,
All Hand   Painted.
Call Early and Have the Choice.
THE WHITE HOUSE,
A. J. BIRTCH, - New Westminster
mm
Xmas, Xmas, Xmas.
What could pkqse the  Hoys and Girls more than one of the
following :
.,-....      Violin Outfits, $4.50 to $.**o.oo
Guitar Outfits ?7-5o to 540.00
Mandolin Outfits $7-5- to J-.-55-oo
Banjo Outfits $7.00 to S40.00
Flutes,    Clarionets,     Cornets, )
Flageolets,      Piccolos     and >    .sets to SH0.00
Whistles  )
Accordeons $1.75 to $i5-0��
Gramophones 13-5�� *Q ?35-0(->
Music Holder  r.50 to S 3.00
Mouth Organs       25c to $1.00
DYKE, EVANS & CfiLLAGHAN,
I?  A. D. Seymour, Manager,        ...        -        New Westminster
mmiipBannannnggjaassE^
Xmas Bill of Tare
For 1905.
Served at all hours       -      558 Granville Street
PIANOS
Two Carloads, High Grade,  Choice Cases, Just
Arrived.
ORGANS
In All Styles, from $20 up to $175.
VIOLINS MANDOLINS
Made in Germany, .Lovely and Sweet.
BANJOS
English and American,
GUITARS AUTOHARPS
Imported and Home-Made. In All Styles.
Accordeons, Concertinas, Mouth Organs, Drums
All for the Little Ones.
Edison Phonograph and Records.
Victor Talking Machines
For a full concert with the old folks at home.
DESSERTS
Latest sheet music, Folios, Music Carriers, Piano Scarls and
Stools, Flutes and everything in our line that may help to digest the
bill of fare.
Our prices are right at rock bottom, and remember,
that each one dollar meal off the above Menu secures a
coupon in our Extraordinary Drawing for prizes worth $525.
Just take a Two-Step round and see us, and partake:
of our Christmas Fare.
At nominal cost, private individuals or business
men -can put their important papers and valuables in a
secure and convenient 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 th�� renter, who  holds the key.
RA TES g   $1.50 per year.
F.J. HART & CO.,
New Westminster, B. C.
Cut Glass,
Silverware,
Watches
And all kinds of Jewelry
suitable for
Christmas Presents.
JR. Clausen,
LABNE-R. <8. C.
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M.W.Waitt&Co.,
Limited,
558 Granvile St., Vancouver
THE OLDEST MUSIC HOUSE IN B, C_
SOUVENIR
NEEDLE
CASES
Free en Request  l'rom
VICTORIA'S
Big Furnishing Store
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