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The Delta Times Jul 29, 1905

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Painful Accident.
On Wednesday morning, between
8 ancl 9 o'clock, while  working on
"  i D. Woods' new residence at Bound-
Of   TradistljET   itt   the   Men'S   StOre.       Here   are a feW |_tl��S article was  intended   tbrthearyBay, T. Shortreed  met  with a
**** last issue bit failed to arrive iu
New Westminster  lias  been  en-
Specials for the Hot Weather Season:
��� back.
��� ,loving,  lately,   the   first   Summer
Men's Striked Galatea Coats, all sizes, at 75
Balbriggan Underwear at 35c & 50c.
Men's Working Shirts in Galatea, Duck and Hickory
Stripes, all sizes, 50c, 65c & 75c.
Men's Tweed Pants, ail .sizes, extra special, $1,50,
The accident happened  in a very
���peculiar way.    Mr.  Shortieed was
Sciool iu British Columbia.   These i ���.���,,.:,,_. ^���,i..,.,^���,i .1 1 ,
working underneath the verandah,
j schools originated in Ontario some : and anything falling from above
'years ago through the energy of would hardly be expected to reach
j Dr. F. C.  Stephenson, of Toronto,   him' hM> however, a large chisel,
The sockeye fishing commenced
m re;l earnest on  Sunday evening
last when all those who undertook
to cast a net were amply rewarded,
very nasty cut in the muscle, of the some   boats   going   over   the 400
luring the week the catches have
vsriel considerably, mining from
one six, forts-, eighty t�� as high as
six hundred. The traps also have
been doing a great business.
The Canadian traps at Otter
Paint are doing so well now that
the boats will soon have to be lim-
ite 1 in order to cut down the sup-
which had  been
fell down and, by
other,   did   strike
used higher up,
sora; means or
him,   making  a
deep, nasty gasli in the muscles of ply .   T,,ese fish would- in a11 Prob
Our Special Grey Overalls
Hand-finished Bottoms, every seam double d�� -a   f\f\    Y*%      ���
sewn and made full,, in all sizes, 32 to 46, at *P 1 ��� \!\J   R   ell 1%
ability have been captured by the
American traps, lo our loss, had fa
not been for the introduction of
traps on this side of the line.
Yesterday, two large sowloads
af salmon, in first class cc-udifian,
came in from Otter Point for Wad-
hams aud Deas Island canneries.
The gill-net men  will  do well Id
stitched   np   aud   '-Tommy" I keeP thiu-s movinS  this  month at
netalfad  in   the   .Shirley'the I2--'c rate*   TrieBrJay ithe^price
drops to ioc.
English Goarse Salt
For Hay.    Sharper and will go twi(W as far as anr other.
|    'Helena. J-uly 2.7 ���Two-thousand
Eleander Smart, a NftvalScotian, Lfive bundled Lead ofsheep belonging
aged 25 years, was drowned at Eng-'.to John McLaren O: Harve, Mont.,
lish Bay ou Saturday  lust  throngh, have been seized by the  Canadian
a dangerous undertow. (mounted nolle, end held for double
A  company   is being  formed in ! dljt-v*    The duly amounts to $31011.
Vancouver for  the manufacture of.     Owing to better range conditions
the All Right extension ladder.
! across ihe line, the sheepman, it is
���presumed, luv.-e.iet slock stray beyond the international border.
The Best Machine Oils,
Don't forget the ten per cent, cash discount on Canned Meats, Fish
and Fruits during the balance of this month. Sales have been doubled.
Have you taken advantage of our ��ITj? ? If not, save some money; only
nine days more.
We have a contract Ibr 25 CAUSES EGGS and offer SO GENTS until order is filled.   No packed eggs wanted, must be strictly fresh.
Buy sit Mow.
Now is the time to buy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. It is cetltain to be needed
sooner or 'later and when that time
comes you will -need it "badly���you
will need it'quickly. Buy it mow. Jt|
may save ilife. For sale iby T. J. Mac-j
There was quite a little excite-
ment, Tuesday evening, caused by
the mad ��asreer. of a steer on its
way to the slaughter house. One
amusing incident happened at tbe
���rear of .John Reagh's shoe .store.
Two of our worthy Teaidenits had
arrived at the comer of the fence iu
time to see his mightiness making
kindling out ot the neighboring
feu.es aud -one ot the twain task
possession of the corner post, biit
���thp other was in tbe act of taking a
flying leap over the fence as hi* Mrs. 'Carter-Smith, of "New West-
mightiness charged hy brushing i minster, after spending a day or
No. 2's coat tails while in mid air. jtwo at the Parsonage, this week,
After a long and exciting chase the i proceeded to the Bay for a few
animal was finally coralled. Ukys.
���Secretary of the   Methodist 'Young
| People's   Forward   Movement   for
I Missions, and with tha avowed object of-deepening interest in Chris-  the back which will necessitate rest
, tian missions by systematic study of [and quiet for some few days at the
the itoany missionary  problems and least,
news fresh from the many scenes of,     Very little time  was lose tin ob-
| missionary activity.    The Epworth I taining medicsil  assistance, Murray
; League and   Sunday School 'Con-  McConnell making a  good  bicycle
! vention  held  in   Victoria  in   May ''record iin   and ;I>r. Woodley made
i discussed the possibilities of such a another record out with  his horse,
| school  for British   Columbia with ' and it was not long ere the injury |
the result that the following resolution was unanimously  carried and
, submitted to the annual Conference:
I Moved by Rev. A. J. Brace, seconded  by J. B. McCallum, "That
, in view of the need o! deeper spirituality in tbe churches of  our  Con-
i ference, both among the young and
older people, and Knowing the
readiness of Dr.  Ciews, Dr. F. C.'
; Stephenson  and  other enthusiastic
' General Conference officers, to as- j
. sist, we petition Conference at the I
coming sessions in Vancouver to;
devise ways and means of arrang-
irig a .Summer '.School in Nev.7
Westminster, making use of the I
Columbian College building and j
grounds during the summer vacation, and lhat .the pre-eminent aim i
I he the  development  ot the .prayer j
life and the systematic study of the
Bible and Missions."
The resolution was received most
enthusiastically at the Vancouver
Conference and heartily endorsed
and the following committee drafted to arrange for a Summer School!
to be held during the summer:
Rev. Principal Sipprell, B.A., B.D.,1
chairman; Rev. A. J. Brace, secretary; Rev. Jas. White, D.D.; Rev.
A. M. Sandfoid, B.A.; Rev. R,
Newton Powell, Rev. W. H. Barra-
clough, BA.;Rev. A. E. Hether-
ington, B.A:; Messrs. *R. N. Cairns
and H. W. Baker.
Correspondence  with   prominent
Summer  School  workers  revealed! ~~~~ 	
the fact that the services of Rev.; G. T. Mich ell, representing E. j Dr. F. P. Smith and Miss C.
! Dr. F. C. Stephenson and his^G. prj0r -& Co., of Victoria, has King of the Royal Citv are spend-
J talented wife could  be  secured  at been busy here this week. Ung the  week's end  at  Boundary
the close of the Denver Convention,   : Say vwth Dr. Davies nnd family.
jtheJrst  week  in July and, conse-
; quently, it was arranged to hold the
! School  the second   week  in   July
commencing on the evening of the'
12U1 and closing with Sunday even-' '
ing,   thc   16th.    Accordingly   the      Mrs. C. Ea.stn.an and family came |
committee   met   aud   arranged  an; down "from   New  Westminster en
R. C. McDonalcl,   Indian Agent,
! of  New  Westminster,   visited his
re"  charges here this week.
Presbyterians   are   specially
minded ofthe induction  service in I	
St. Andrew7s Presbyterian 'Church
on  Thursday  evening next, when i    S-   McPherson,   of    Vancouver,
Rev. G. A. Wilson will  preside as|sPent a C0UPle da>'s here this week
Moderator of the Presbytery;  Rev.
Dr. Wright  will preach;   Rev. T.	
Mrs.   Myswitch,   of   Vancouver,
on a visit to his brother J. P.   McPherson.
Oswald will   address  the
aud Rev. J. S. Henderson  will ad-i
full  attend-: sPe!lt a revv (la>'-'; visiting Mrs. T.
W. Foster, this week, and returned
home vesterday.
| dress  the  people.    A
; ance of all Piesbyterians  through-
j out the  parish  is expected to be
! present.
Several   of our residctts   report
Mrs. J. F. Betts returned  home having feit aD earthquake shock at
j on Wednesday evening after a short about the time  Bellingham  is re-
j -visit to the Royal City. horted t0 bave quaked.
"Mrs. John McKeereturned home
l.on'Saturday  last, after  spending a
few weeks visiting at Wayne Island.
Miss K. Baker, of Vancouver,
returned home,'ftiis morning, a ft a.
spending a few days visiting with
Miss Benson and Mrs. McDiarmid.
The body  of Frank  Townsend,
elaborate  programme  tor the days r0ute lor Boundary Bay to go into
! mentioned   and   an   attractive  32-: c.,mp.
! page illustrated souvenir handbook _____	
was   published   and    a   thousand
the young man who  was  drowned j copies distributed  throughout the
on the 2-ii-rt: inst., at the entrance to] province.    The attendance and success of the school, the initial move
In the Alherni bye-cleetion Malison, the Coneervaiive candidate,
was elected by a majority cf 54. W.
W. B. Mclnnes' majority at the
last  election   was   518.     Ouite -c.
W. A. Dash wood Jones aid J.
A. Young, of New Westminster
have been busy, this week, collecting the Revenue Ta*.
Cmoe Pass, was discovered, yesterday, off Cnrrie & McWilliams can-
Imerv, Westham Isiand. The body
was brought ashore by the Provincial Police and handed over to tl c
Municipal authorities and an inquest not being considered necessary, an order for burial was issued.
Tne intertneitt took place yesterdav
afternoon at Boundary -Bay cemetery.
We "have to  thank our  friendr.
D. A. McKee and W. Abercrombie clians?e
for a tasty  collection  of the fruits         ���
far ��t the .field. ; ft ��� neSf of undesirables wa.s rootet
out Ircm  the   rear of Wad hams'
^Cannery, Tuesday evening, Uy out
Mrs. J. H. Fletcher, who r.a*
been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. F.
Stainton, this week, .retunw on the
Ritf.et tosdav-
Mrs. T. E. Ladner returned, yesterday, from Victoria, accompanied
���by'her daughter, Mwn Alice.
ment in British Co'umbia, by
superceded the most sanguine expectations o. the committee, and
that, too, in spile of wet weather
during t'he entrra week. The mic-
cess of the .venture has established
Summer Schools in British C'llura- .
bia, from the Methodist Conference
point of view. J- T- 'PolIo<*'  ltile  P""^1 ��{
The Summer School wafi  opened   Ladner school   but   now of Revel-
with a rousing Mission aft' Rally in ***��. Paid a short visU 1,.ere' th'-'
the-CoIlege-Chapel, cu Wednesday  week, renewing old acquaintance.;.
evening, the,. 12th.    Rev.   Principal!	
'     (Continued on  Second Pqge).
/��l__i -l-s���'- Colic, Cholera am!
tnamDCrlaln S  DIarfhoen Keineily.
.Xisvcr. CaiK .Dtiykuow, Jt.nijy saue.lifc.
���Chief assisted by Jos. Tordan. Later
on the ^ang reassembled al Pott
Guichon where another raid 'was
made with tiie result that.mi Indian
and.r. white man were gathered in,
the former paying $25 into the municipal'treasury for his liberty anSi
the latter preferred board and
lodging for three months ritthBr
than pay $50. The white manwae
can,-*ht in the act of supplyiqg
, linuorto the.Indian. THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY JULY 29, 190?;.
*&. Y-
Published evkry Satorday.
Sowcmption, ��1.00 per year.
Casaal AaVrettlaeiae-U, io'cents per line foi
�����.it��tlmi��tJ*jm,����ds��s*'��P<t '�������� lor <"��c''   ���.,,*,   ���������,���   ���.aA
likMinl i.Kttioa.    The   numlier   ot   line* | ailQ Captivated
NckcmeA by thc (pace occupied, 12 line* to the
ft-ttt tor Cosmmcrct.1 Advertisement* can be
hi* ok a����Ucatl��a at this office.
&���*-.( notice* io cents per line for each In-
Mfih and Doath notices, 50c., Marriaf es $i.ao.
Anr special notice, the object ol which is to
atomic tke pecuniary benefit ol any individual
m aompany, to he considered an advertisement
���kd charged accordingly.
All advertisement! charged for until ordered
��nt and paid for.
Carraapondence invited on matters ol public
-surest. Coainiuaications to editor must be ac-
���MBpnnled hy name of writer, not necessarily
for pablication, bnt as evidence of good faith.
aV-mnpondcace mast reach thia office by Thursday cvanluf.
(Continued  from First Page).
A.  O. U.
Delta Lodge, No. 12 meets first
and third Tuesdays of each month
in Oddfellows' Hall.
W. C. Pybus, M.W.
Geo. R. Manley, Recorder.
Gso. R.
s-U.Ttn.BAT,   JULY 29,  I905.
A very novel case has occurred in
Chicago where a man named Johu
Gates, has languished in prison for
twenty-three years and who has
been legally dea*1 ever since March
34, 1882. His sister has started a
movement on foot for his release.
We sup jo ;e some one will socn
be inquiring "Who has to pay the
ftMciMU ?"
That salmon are getting scarce is
ppi to be wondered at when the
eat and number of those taken at
the traps are taken into consideration.
K the Americans would so construct their traps that the small fish
would not be interfered with, in
other words that fish smaller than
those caught in gill nets might not
be taken, there would not be so
{teat a loss to the fishing industry
by any means as at present.
Americans say we are at fault
for the depletion of the fish because
���they are not allowed to put iu sal-
-mon hatcheries on the Fraser river.
It would be much better for the
Americans themselves as well as
Jpr us if tbey would do away with
the traps altogether. The fish
taken from the traps are not in as
good condition for canning as are
&ose taken in the gill nets.
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.
W. R. Ellis, N.O.
Dr. A. A. King, Sec.
C. O. F.
Court Fraset No. 398, meets in
Oddfellows' Hall, second and last
Thursday evenings of each month
at 8 o'clock. Visiting Brethren
repairing a spbcialty.
Alarming accounts of the deprecations of the variegated cut-worm
having been received by the Department ot Agriculture of B. C,
the department has published an
(ijnergency bujlftju with a description of the moth, pupa, eggs and
worm as. also, remedies tor their
(destruction, among which is the
''Thoroughly mix together in a
dry state 5,0 pounds of bran and
pie pound of Pari-*) green; then add
water a litll* sweetened with sugar
until tbe whole is thoroughly wet,
but not sloppy,"
Wheu cut-worms are sufficiently i
sjkl.undant to cause wholesale   de-'
Sippie'l, in his usual happy style,
in his warm address of welcome to
the delegates, soon made all teei
very much at home. Then Dr. and
Mrs. Stephenson were -introduced
the delegates with
their wonderful array of startling
and inspiring missionary facts, presented in such an able and convincing manner. For the three sik-
ceedin* days the heavy study sessions were held in the mornings,
and the afternoons were given up
to recreation and amusement while
the evenings were spent in evangelistic and missionary mass meetings. The following speakers led
the devotional hours at .1:30 each
morning: Revs. .\. E. Roberts, J.
S. Henderson, E. Robson, D.D.,
and J. H. White, D.D,
Rev. Principal Sipprell conducted Bible study classes each morning
at 9:30 and treated the school to a
masttrly and inspiring course of
lectures on Ephesians.
At 10:30 each morning the following ably dealt with Sunday
School and Epworth League problems: Messrs. H. W. Baker and R.
N. Cairns, of Vancouver, and Rev.
A. E. Hetherington, B.A., B.D.
At 11130 each morning Dr. and
Mrs. Stephenson gave excellent
missionary addresses made practical
and pointed with numerous charts,
maps and up-to-date literature. The
Doctor and his clever wife were the
centre of attraction and inspired
many a heart with a more determined effort to advance the cause
of missions. The Doctor's address
on "The Rise of the Forward
Movement" and Mrs. Stephenson's
address on "Japan," were easily
the most inspiring missionary features of the School. As a practical
testimony to the efficient work
done by these two Missionary enthusiasts a vast amount of live
missionary literature was sold at
remarkably good prices. This the
genial Doctor aptly termed his
"ammunition" and will mean a 0k,.ice: Front Rt
great up'.ift to our local missionary
Sunday was a great day, especially notable was the mass meeting
of the Methodist Sunday schools
ofthe city and the splendid address
of Mrs. Stephenson. Rev. W. H.
Barraclough, B.A., and Rev. W.
E. Pescott, B.A., preached memorable sermons that day and the venerable missionary, Rev. Thos.
Crosby, closed the great day with a
magnificent consecration service.
Iu spite of Sunday being the
scheduled time for closing, by special request a Monday morning
session was held for Dr. and Mrs.
Stephenson to again address the
On Saturday afternoon the str.
Beaver was chartered and the delegates with their friends enjoyed a
splendid trip to Pitt Lake and the
Bridal Veil Falls.
All are loud in their praises regarding the splendid work of the
Summer School and of the marked
spiritual tone that characterized
each and every session.
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I Horse Goods!
4     Our Harness ami  Horse Ftirnishiugi ��f
jKhnvc long proved reliable, and they are
T built uot only for style but wear. ?|?
I hugh Mcdowell, *
7 '        s
X LADNER, B. C 5 i
'J.>.*1 ../sl'.s^i'.ar*.'-.-*.'.-.--.'-- sft',_l*V,���,*���/--_���*_* ^
Wellington Coal,
Rosebank Lime,
Portland Cement,
Smithy Coal,     s
Sewer Pipe, Drain
A lull line of English and Irish
Tweeds and Fancy Trouserings always kept in stock.
���*s***>J,.as<{.����<Q*��*$H��g����<gf��*frs��frs<ss��*t >l^,l��|S*j��
I mm nun m mrw I
Delta Transfer Stable
Toam Work Dono nt Specially Low Prions.
JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.
t  J. HENLEY   T
Manufacturers of all kinds ol
Soda Water, Ginger
Ale and Summer
Your patronage solicited
���**> Loan
On First Mortgages.
-   $15,000   -
Steam Tug "Flyer" and
Barges ior Hire.
Phone i-6.
New Westminster, B. C.
Manure Spreaders &
Mollne Plows
take the lead everywhere,
also our	
Chatham Incubators A
��� Telephone '* Ladner" No. io, ���*���
The Place for Tinsmithing, Bath Tubs, StoTO
Pipe, Conductor Pipe, Roof Plates, and Everything Else in This Line.
Agent 1or~
. Gurney Foundry Co.'s S%ov��sk
P. D. Dod's Mixed Paints.
Yoho Bath Heater.
Just the thing for making water hot for washing daWy
utensils, scalding hogs, ot fot wash day. -fiver*?
Farmer's Wife Should Have One.
Westham Street,
Ladner, B. C,
A first-class joint put up in first-class style
call or send your order to the
meat & Commission
Phone 9. Ladner, B.C.
Manufacturers  of all kinds of Fir3t-Class
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
"We can deliver to
road in Delta.
any point on the Rail*
Our Prloe Is Right.   .      Wo Can Save You Money*
Drop Us a Line, Our Agont Will Cull on You
GEO* M* THRIFT, Manager*
ptructiou they, as a rule, assume
the habju of the ariuy tyor|}i, moving in large numbers from place to
jjface'as food becomes scarce, and
it is lreqnentlv possible to head
fhetn off Irom further pr��gr*as8 by
.Scattering pojsonwl biiit in frppt of
tfhe ��fui|r. Oitplws W|tU perpen-1
4unlar sides arp also found good'
h irriers, t|}e caterpillars being uu* I
a'iie to (-limb up thc steep sides.
>'���"   j
1'bp frjeiicl. of Mrs. Mason, sr.,!
prill be pleased to learn that sbe
was able to make a trip into town I
{his w.ek.
It should be borne in mind that
every cold weakens the lungs, lowers the vitality and prepares the
system for thc more serious diseases, among which are the two
greatest destroyers of human life,
pneumonia anil consumption.
Cough Remedy
has won its great popularity by its
prompt cures of this most common
ailment. It aids expectoration, relieves the lungs and open* the
secretions, effecting a speedy and
permanent cure. It counteracts
auy tendency toward pneumonia.
Price 25c, Larfe Size 50c.
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 New Sh^r^n^
New Potatoes at $2.00 per one
Ijundred pounds.
Incorporated 1869.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Savings Department.
Deposits of $1 and upwards received and Interest .Allowed at Highest Current Rates,
���50 BRANCHES.	
BRANCHES fN BRITISH COLUMBIA���Vancouver, Vancou-ver
East End* Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Victoria, Chilliwack, Ladner, Cumberland.
Royal Household
Just Arrived*
Bran, Shorts, Etc*
A Full Line of���~��
Fruit Jars,
Jar Rings,
Jelly Glasses,
R. g. WALKER, Manager,    -    LADNER, B.C,,
HJ.Hutcherson's THE DELTA TIME'S, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1-505.
Canto Hope
Lumber Mill
Has been moved to Beaver Dam, -on the
Scott road, and is now prepared to -supply
all kinds of Rough Fir Xiurnbp-r at reasonable prices.
East Delta
Time Table.
it... ���SA-tfTS.
1ST H^^SCt MAY   7,  1905.
G. O. Dennis,
Holy    Communion ��� Sundays,
-. fr'30 a.m.,   frst-Sttnday -in <EQo_,th,
TWm leaves  Cloverdale at 1:10! ���__ a-U1.
Matin*., 11 d'clecic-.
Evensong, 7^0 ��"<cleek-.
sSonday .Sel ool at 1�� a.m.
���Fridsi;,-, evening sen vice 7:jO.
I p.m. and arrives at JPart -CVfticlion at
2:20 p.m.
Train leaves Tott Guichon a��t
2:40 noon and arrives alt CloVea-duile
at 3*55 .P-m.
Mondavs and Fridays 'only.
There -sire two -throa-g-h passenger trains per dfcy each way to and
from Seattle and a mixed train to
and from Bellingham. ���
R*��a. Canon Hilton, vicar.
Visiting; Cards
Plain or Printed
(Westminster Wranch)
Time Table
Cars leave Westminster lor Vniieouver at 5.511
ansl 6.50 a.m. ami hourly thereafter uuttl 11 p.
ni.: Satin-slays and Sundays at 11 11.111.
Cari leave Vancouver for Westminsters at 5.51
.uuifiAoa. m. and hourly thefeilfeer until lap..
111.: Sutunlnyu nnd Sundays at i'i p.m.
We run first-class freight cars between Westminster and Vancouver and all shipments art
handled with the utmost eare and delivered tu
consignee without delay. Special attention paid
to fruit shipments. Our wagons meet all boats
and trains.   For rates, etc. apply to
Traffic Mf r.
Westnii: ster. B.C.
Local Mgr.
Reverend Father Edm. Peytavin,
O.M. I. Services first and third
Sunday of each month at 10:30 a m
Services nex*<Lc��ttl.-s Bay alt 3 p. ir.
Class meeting, 10.30-a.rn. every
Sabbath School at ���*. p m every
Su iday. Prayer meeting every
Thuisiday evening at 8.
Rev. J. F. Ben?, pastor.
Sei-Mices next Lord's Day at 11
a. in.and 7:30 p.m.
Sabbath School at 2 p m Midweek meeting on Thursday evening
at 7:30 o'clock
1 ~ 1 * i
r' i ' 1 '
Is  an  isleal covering,  either  (or i.esT
building. or improving old ones.
Consider its fine a*ip��VIHt>VCe ��� its
splendid enduring qualities���and slight
expense���and decide to.s**<! :j����rH��*h
>fce*Jt'interests ibyiuslrt; 'it.
Fullest details of information in our
WhotMala Manufacturer*,
ROBT. MAY. Agent,
Service will be held in the evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Prayer meeting at 8;oo Thursday
evening. Singing practice at 8:30
All cordially 'invited to any or all
According to The Commercial,
of Winnipeg, the visible supply of
oats in the United States nnd Canada, east of the Rocky Mountains,
is 6,564,000 'bushels, compared
with 3,886,000 bushels a year ago.
"Slater "S'-.oes at -Sinclair's'"
Let Us Talk It Over*
Have you, y��tt*g man or young woman, ever given the;
future any consideration? Are you content to drift along asi
you are with a superfficial public school education Width does
��at-'prepare you for earning your living.
There are openings for yctiiig men "hi the business world
as stenographers or-ekr-cs. Women are eligible, for the same,
positions, what could youdo in such a position? Are youa-good1
penman? Are you rapid and accurate at .figures. Can you use
(the typewriter so as to write 40 words pef minute? Can you do,
Well the many things that are required te btfione it the business offices ��if large cities?
Unless you have taken a course in thu above you are ua-
���prepirel for office work except in a small village. We can,
prepare you for a good position���a position that will in a few
"months pay for your investment. Some etf our lady gradu-.
-ates are earning lie t month and over.
Miss W. K. Smith receives 40 per month from t'he1
Hastings Shingle Manufacturing Co., as stenographer. Miss,
Mende starts for the Yorkshire Guarantee and Securities
Corporation aft; $45. Several are working for the C. IP. R.
���at $30 per ln-anth and upward. ���
If you come to us an! work harfl It you want further
proeff ofthe *way we help to positions write ns and we will
s.nd yen mere names. ���
Bat flen">t -p-fit of. Every month yen delay metstis ont
m )nth"*s salary lost. The sooner yon graanate the soonei-j
jrou are in **. position.
W. N. Draper,
Room >. Ellnrd Block. New Westminster.
New Crep New In Steele
HOME GROWN and intpofted
Wholesale and Retail.
Special Prices to Farmers' Institutes.
T-kdtiaud-s of Fruit and Ornamental Trees.
now growing in my  Nur.-;erte.i for
Spring planting.
Eastern ipsices or less. White Labor.
There is only one Slater Shoe with
the three Words ''The S-fcter i*Sio."
enclosed in a Slate I frame. This
make of shoes is alone in a class by
itself. It stands to-day for all that
is comfortable, all that is beautiful,
and all that is mew in thc art of finished footwear. Wfc are the sole
agents for the city of New Westminster for this famous brand.
Don't forget the  place
W. E. Sinclair's and that should be
p   'enough   to  guarantee   the   goods.
Last Wednesday, We put "$2.5oaCt>3
of these famous shoes i:i stock and
they are now ready for your inspection.
Fishermen tot*, will be glad to
learn 'that we have received a consignment of those famotis Newfoundland fish'ihg boots. The 'boot that
has made itself famous on the Fraser
This shoe retails for $8.50 and is
guaranteed waterproof.    Sold only 'by
The   Ldadfng   Shoe
Store   of "New
Por Sale.
From 75 to 100 cords of wood, at
the Uoundary Hav 'ranch. .Price,
$1.25 per cord on the ground.
Vancouver  Business College*
-_4$ Hastings Street,    -    -   -    Opposite Province Office.
IX H, ELUOTTp Princyml,
J*. J. HEIW, Vancouver
3010 -Westminster Rend.
For Sale.
A Na 1 KE'elotte Separator^ th
first class condition (owner is installing l3Tger one, same make).
For further particular** apply to
Orescent Island.
Fashion S-tafeles =
Tnir-king and 'Draying.
Livery wotk of all kinds at-
"^ended ****��� ipromriitly.
Wm. Alexander
Urfl.tl.rr. p. C.
��� EnvliMiurUl forum Character.
H ^Iof_*r-�� Love l'lill .1 Tic Supplr-
lueftited ltf iinowl��-sl;;i.���Teuclilui;
Jishiinie's Father.
Jlr3. Theodore Blrnrv 1 residertt'dT th-
National CongrofMof Mother*, made a talk
before the Woman'* club ul Atlanta recently. Sho explained thu necessary
ijstrmigth that would in: derived among
laintbers hy their mooting to di^ciu. tluir
lei.tunl Interests, and '.,y their study of
child life. Tiie fact that thomjother Jove
and mother instinct is by no means all
that is necessary in tin. dovo'opiuent uf
ohild life wart clearly brought nut, as well
W tlie fact, that no two children are alike,
And consequently aro not ��uscpptib1a te
���the sanie methods of development. In tha
���butter of shored it nry effeots Mrs. Blrncy
���referred to the arguments'Hreu^ht out Iry
���11 studcnU of child life that i���j nmttor
what might Iw the evil effecta of heredity
thoy might bo partially if nut ftltogulhul
eradicated by pludiiin the child within the
right environment and under the direction of a jiursoa who, understniidinx cliild
4ife, would accomplish iu the subject, de-
toliipuioiit in the propel' lines, l'rouis v, ere
given uf this in tho succoss of the (Iiil .
4rcn'c-%lutual Aid Socioty of New York,
m'Mre children were brought, must ovl-
t<lent subjects of hereditary evils, but un-
���der proper environments and training became good men and women. Tho element!
of thoir highest nature were so developed
as tooverconie the ��enknouses for which
they were not. accountable, nnd tu moral
beings thoy could staud tiie test with those
in whom too much reliance had been
plaoed upon inherent goodness, and who
���sj^Jjnt uot be protected against environ*
Kent a* . *,�� !uflawai tbe luok of lutein
gent training.
In the oft'repMlM. ftateir/etit that fca
mothers of the,paat oould not be fmpro>Aid
upon Mrs. l)i��ney heartily aoquicscod, but
reasoned as 'there ��w��8 ij��*^ts>rress 'in ull
modes and methods tending *to tne bettor-
mnnt of humankind there was no reus in
why ]irogress should not bo made in thc
tuothods of that grealest-of nil works, the
proper dovolopmeutlif <*Hrtnon.
''People prepare theniflclvos for all the
fooations of lifo," she said, "und why
should not the women wbo aro mothers
���make ���ev(*ry.��ffort "to aoijuire that knowledge ithat'is necessary in porfonuiiiK the
eacred duties of motherhood that devolve
���upon'-them in the proper training of the
thildV >. mother may lovo her child with
tlie purest intensity of her nature and yet
bo absolutely ignornntvif tiiat knowledge
necessary to rear properly tlio cliiid."
The "child study'' upon whieh the National Congress of Mothers base their principles of organization is really that em-
"bodh-d lu the Froebel philomphy of child
���life-anil is that which is becoming every
Bay the clearly recognized basis of modern
education. It is thestudy that brings in
oloso relation the 'Mother m;ti tlie child's
teacher with ithe hidiv-ldnality .of the
riiild, and Mrs. Blrney expressed it sis her
���opinion that no young woman's education
ssuus'C'U'iplote unless In thu course of ita
finish sivo were iprapc^ly Instructed ln
cliild study and thus prepared ��� for the moro
corlou. dutiefl'ttf a woiiuin'a life.
In illustrating practically what knowledge of child study meant. Mrs. Uirney
cited tho incident cf a very busy man
homeward bound ou his wheel coming in
collision with another and falling heavily
to the ground. Uo sustained severe ill-
juries and was compelled Ho remain int
'homo for some timo in a reclining position
A lady friend of progressive idons wai
calling upon him, and in discussing the
accident ho said: "Ic would not have been
so bad if it all hadn't come upon me so
suddenly, and I simply had nc meant-of
saving myself. '-Then, too, il came itt
such an inopportune time for my businoss." About that timo tho clock struok
9 und the gentleman noticed that his young
���on was still playing 111 tno room rcnum-
less of bedtime. "Go to bod, Johnnie,"
���aid the father. "I don't want to, yet,"
replied tlie soi;.
Then nurse wasusallod.sana-JohnniestlU
Insisted ho didn't wailt to go -to bod.
'"Take him, anyway," said the /other,
whoroupon vTohnnie Bicked and liowlod
according to tlio usual fashion, and his father (likowise according to tho usual fosh-
���ton) spunked at hliu os well as ho could
froin*s*8;posit'ofi on the sofa.
Kowv'thero aro-usgreat ninny.people who
Will remark that all this wife a perfectly
reasonable domestic incident. .Tohnnie'!
father shared thot opinion till tlie progressive lady told him ho had not treated
tho little fellow right.
"But ho wae -only pinyinTg;" sRTgund the
father. "���"'He disobeyed me, and���I'cer-
'tainly could not lot him play thoro all
"That la very true,"naia the1 lady, "but
did you consider tlie earnestness ef the
cliild, mid tbat tt wai'not play lo him.
He had a grocery store arranged in one
eornor of thc room, a telephone stretched
'betwocn'two chairs'in the other, and a Iittlo train of cirs Improvised upon which he
was engineer delivering goods. Mrs.
Somebody hnd just telephoned him for
somo groceries, and ho was about to de
liver thorn .when his'business was, sudden
ly broken into. 'He Wrts uot only incon-
ilderately Interrupted, but he was, ��s he
felt, Ignomluiously treated, aud, worst of
all, folt.yu_rwnger.a8 he-was carried awoy.
Just place yourself Un his position and re-
alizo Unit .grocery business botween two
chairs wrts.just ns-serious to him when
your order"to'go to bed came upon hlm us
was your business, when itwas suddenly
Interrupted by ywrr falling from your
wheel and your being confined to the
'������house now. You, however, tnow your
business ts being preservcd'intiact, whlhi
your sobbing baby in the next room knew
'that ho would never see that, grocery store
��4nd'.telophoitt*and improvised iruin again.
"It would have been just as easy fer
��ou," continued tho iady, "to huve-5nves
itlgated the play before issuing 'theorder
to go to bed. Then yon nilght havo said:
'Mr. Grocer, it's "time -now 'to break up
itore ami let the clerk Ro homo. That engineer ought to lie tired, mr*i thoso other
*rdoru can wait till morning. 'I will give
If ou some other orders ln the morning,1 anU
���gradually the'child's mind could have
been distracted. He-would have given ap
hlsiplayto listen and 1 might 'have neon
<��ent to bed with smiles and a good night
���The ttory, of oourse, *fad thohappyend-
'Itigef * repentant father kissing thc tear
sttaine4chock of iv sleeping, still sobbing
baby, and the next timo Johnnie's' bnSl-
���esa waa not broken into In tbe -sains
Wfy.���Atlanta Constitution,
��11Iless of Poor Crentnrea Brought IV
Into Kr����h Air.
Tho .superintendent of the .Sweet Springe
mine undertook a thorough renovation ot
the mine the duy after the mimoe'wedt
out on strike, ��nfl <_ho'flNt -tStep'pwpara-
tury to u general .leaning up was to remove Ihc unilcs from 'the underground
ituiijes nmlejiit them ottt'on pasture.
Sjiii:. fl them had not -rieeaoutof tbt
���mlnrfur months, a number butt 'lieen below the surface for two or three years, and
one had not seen the sunshine for seven
years���as long as .lucoli served for Leah.
They wero led from the mine. 27 patient
creatures, and turned loose in Morrison's
pasture Held. They stood about close to*
-gcllicr, 4:.i!ee-deep In the lush, green grass
nnd sweet red cluver, with drooping heads
and eyes half closed, an though dazed by
thoir sudden chunguol circumstances. At
last, as the sun dropped down behind
Bowman's hill, one gray old veteran threw
up Ills head und sniffed ut thu line fragrant
��ir blowing down tbe valley, aud ln a moment a Iittlo movement went through tha
wholo group
'1 lie old leader wheeled about sharply,
took a long look at tho clear sky above,
thu brawling little brook chattering over
the stones, the grass and the trees; then
be threw up his head, stiffened his tail
and sunt forth u prolonged, penetrating,
strident ho-haw-aw-aw, wbich woke the
echoes over on Maple ridge, and with ������
awkward, lumbering bound 'he startet
down tl.e lung slupe. In an Instant the
mass hml separated and wns in motion.
-SuyhnnnmiisG, .racing, kicking and jumping ivere never 'before seen Stiff knees,
dim eyes und spavined joints wero all forgotten in the pure'Wijoymout of out oS
���nkiors. Thoy brayed and bellowed, ran ant
kicked, stopped for 'broath, -then began
Tho whole village gathered at the fence
to see the fun. Tiie men mid boys laughed
and shouted, the babies crowed, and one
or two women cried a little, for there wens
sores and lameiiessand weakness in plenty.
Whon night ft 11, they were still rolling
-about nml racing, forgetful of the hunger
-und thirst thut might be satisfied by the
running stream and the grass
Uld Mrs. lluscom. who lives at the edge
of tho pasture field, wus wakened in tins
dark hours toward morning by the rapid
rush ��f hoofs thundorin* down tho hill-
Hide, and, turning over on her pillow, si*
mtirnsured drowsily, "Dear Lord, wh��
���would a-thought that anv llvin critter
tvouldbo so glad nnd thankful for nothln
'but nir and 'freedom I"���Now 'Lraingtoa
IiiJndtelon��l���� ��t OHItf1��*t.*t..
������It is a foihie ��f Im man nature top:*
'from extreme Hr> lUStrotue. People urs
slow to accede ����� novvttlieory; but.hav infg
���onccaUoptedft, thoy arurreutry ttj**5vtn*k "it
to death. How many years Is it since
medical ollicers had tn li:ip!ore the folk in
their districts tu use disinfectants and en-
j cottntorod the most senseless opposition la
| their crusader Si-ow they nre finding ���
mow ilUltestlty "People have recognizee
tthe value of disinfectants nnd deodorizers,
and  they employ thorn 'by -the  bucketful
1 without rhyme or.*i!asttii tfanastlng blindly
to their eilicaey,on'the principle that oas
J tonuotdiuvo too ntudh of n good thing.
So*\fu-iiml llie'Cliwltenwell medical offl-
��s*r-vritruing��the 'public ^sjtttmMlrifl la.i��-
dieioususo and declaring tlint 'It has been
found thnt disinfectants aro used ln haphazard and indiscriminate manner by the
publio. Not only are they absolutely valueless in many cases, hut, by creating ���
{also impression of security, they do aa
Kinmense.amount of hurra."
In othor words, people Imagine that
cleanliness may be ignorod provided only
Unit they empty unlimited carbolic wnshuH
i nd powders ovor the unclean places. That
is a dire superstition, born mainly of laziness und aversion to soap and wator. The
latter are just as necessary as thoy evil
were.���London Telegraph.
An Actress fb-Afrlaau
One of the young ladies of ihVconlpaE*/
���who, by tho way, nevor seem to understand that black people nro men���thought
it great fun  to go to a Kafir's kraal, peep
>in>and kiss her hand to the chief inside.
'Ho 'immediately oamo out to buy her antt
;-Wos very much in earnest about it.
!     "No, thank you; l*m -not upfor-auo-
j tion today."
"Really very good of you, but"--.
"Four oxen."
!     "..No, ��� than ks; I'm not for sale."
"'PIT* oxen."
"No; let mo go."
Ho let hor go with a 7,ufri oath,'and htt
friends, who had missed hor, congratulated her on hor safe return, which they hafe
��� ircasor ��� to do.���"Random Recollections,"
I by R.'flstnthouy.
f ntagonin Was fio styled hy Magellan la
sccordunco with tho .Spanish word patngon,
I meaning a large, clumsy foot. It wae
Ifrom tho fact of seeing tho impressions df
I'tho large shoes���not, <is he imagined, tn*
irfoet���-of I ��� aborigines ihat'be at ono*
.concluded the country musVfce luhabltott
'by giants.
British  landlords are said to nirn �����;���
flOO.UOU ncres of land tn  this country, at.
ireii larger than thnt sH'Irel.tnd
���T*ras lh �� dream; hell ne>f.f*rget;       !
He made ten thousan*d><lollAr�� het, i
And he awoke to sweat arbit :
^nd find he haa tsn thousand���nttl ;
���Up to-Oat*.    I
j    ��� ->_
[Child Not Expected te Lift 'ftwh
One Hnnr ta *.ndiher, tut CurdS
by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea ..Rrmedy.
Rnlli,  thc little daughter of* E.  N.
I Dewey bf Agh.wR.le, A'a.., was str-
: iottsly ill of cholera ihifaltttifti 'ta*t
ntmmer.    "We ga\*\. l��r up i*.nd dM
Inot expect'hferttoTlive irom oire'hour
to another," he says. "'I happene'd
to think tit Chanibefla.n's Colic, Choi-
! ,'ia and D'.-irf"Wca Remedy and gdt
i bottle riF Mt 'fi-fim the Stdfre. Ih
five hours'T SAaW the changt for 'iWe
lictter. We kerlt mi giving it anil
before she hnd *fil-e!i'the hrilf-fef <��*
small bottle sheets as well." This remedy is  for ST.3-.* '���!?*.- 'f  .1. MarkfUafc
G. It. Corbould
p.av yesterday.
returned to the
D, A. McKee spent yeste;
the market town.
Arty Bauton, of Westminster, is
visiting friend-*- here.
Kev.  J. F. Betts went  over to
Vancouver yesterday.
\v;m. Monday, of the Royal City,
visited here this week.
Things are look i.v bright in
Rosslnnd. The Big Four Consolidated Hold Mine-; recently issued
a prospectus, and on the very day
this prospectus went to press the
Le Roi mice cross-cut a vein 150
leet wide, at th'* 1350-foot level,
running westerly into the Big Four.
Immediately there was great excitement in Rossland. The latest
reports to hand show that Rossland
ores can be treated at a cost ot only
Si.50 to S2 a ton, making even the
dumps valuable after they are
mined. B. C.'s "gold city.' need
not worrv over the future.���Vancouver World.
New Westminster, B. C,
Great July Sale
All Summer Stock to be rushed out
during the month.
Cost and Selling Prices are now pass-
ed over to clear the way for Fall
Miss Winters, of Vancouver,
visiting at the Parsonage.
Asahel .Smith was kind of laid up
last week, through the heat.
K. A. McDiarmid spent a couple
days in Vancouver this woek.
to the
A. Read paid her u >ual visit
Royal City market yester-
Miss Thomasine Kerr is visiting
with Miss Gillandsrs at Riverside
$1.25 Dress Goods.
Many beautiful costume
cates in the
".Sir!"   exclaimed    the   injured,
party, "you  suck .your umbrella
in my eye."
"Oh,   no," replied tlie cheerful!
offender, "you are mistaken."
"Mistaken!" demanded the irate
man, "you idiot, 1 know when my
eye is hurt, I guess."
"Doubtless," replied the cheerful chap, "but you don't know my
umbrella. I borrowed this one
from a friend to-day."���Cincinnati
Miss Hix-l Shirley returned
Jtome, Thursday, from a visit to
J. J. Johnston, of Xew Westminster, paid an official visit here
this week.
Miss McLellan returned on Tues
day, from a short visit to the
Royal City.
T. Leith, of the
Vancouver,  spent a
town this week.
Model School,
few days  in
L. J. Thomas spent a day or two
in Vancouver ihis week, returning
last evening.
Sale Price, 75c
lengths,   no dupli-
5i.?5 Tweed Suitings.      -     Sale Price, 75c
$2.50  Broadcloth.        -       Sale Price, $1.50
35c Fancy Knicker Tweed - Sale Price, 15c
$1.25 Untearable Taffeta Silk, Sale l'rice, 95c
45c Black  Sate.ii - Sale Price, 15c
15 yards ioc  White Cotton, 36-in for $1.06
15 yards  Fine  Victoria Lawn    -    for $1.06
12 yards Heavy English Print, fast colors $1.00
$1.25 Bed  Quilts, large 11-4 size,     -      85c
pairs  Fine  White   Blankets,   slightly   dust   soiled
Shipping, to be sold now very cheap to make
room for regular stock.
If you are in want of
Bt will Pmy You
To come and Inspect Our Stock.    Having purchased a LARGE ASSORTMENT
will sell at
Bedrock Prices.
Lubricating Oil Always in Stock.
Don't forge! Us for Paint mi Linseed Oil
Mrs. W. H. Keaty and family, of,
Westminster, aie among  Uie visitors at the Bay.
Mrs. T. A. Muir and family, ol
New Westminster, returned to the
Bay on Thursday.
T. E, Ladner, we understand, is
much improved and expects to be
able to return home soon.
Miss Manuella Briggs came down
from the Royal City on Tuesday
aud proceeded to the Bay.
Miss Foster returned home on
Tueslay evening after spending a
fveek or so visiting friends in Vancouver.
Misses I.eona and Ollie Whitworth returned home yesterday
from tbe Roval Citv.
2111 White Wear and Wash Skirts going
away below cost of making.
This is the Low Price Store that Sells
for Cash.   Try Us.
Tk   Ha   SMITH a
Miss   Belts   and   Temple
drove down  from the Royal
Sunday on a short visit.
Mrs. K. Moffit aud two children
and Mrs. G. T. Baker and daughKr
left, this morning, for New Westminster and, on Monday they
will proceed' to Chilliwack where
Mrs. Baker and daugher will spend
a few days visiting.
All Summer Dress Muslins marked down to
Dry Goods Store,   -   -   -   Ladner
_v lv Walker, manager of the
Royal Bank, returned on Tuesday
from his vacation and resumed his
duties right away.
Dollar   Saved   Represents
Ten  Earned.
Miss MacDonald, of Cloverdale,
���returned home last week, accompanied by Miss Kerr, who will remain there tor a few weeks visiting.
T-,. M*   Richard-ion,   qf   Victoria,
Who has been here relieving R.  E.
Walker  at the Bank, left on  Wed- a bottle
pesday morning for Rossland where la doctor
be will reljeye the Mspiftget ior  his [sale by
The average man does not save to
exceed ten per cent of his earnings.
He must spend nine dollars, in living
expenses for every dollar saved. That
being the case he cannot be too careful about unnecessary expenses. Very
often a few cents properly invested
like buying seeds for his garden, will
save dollars outlay later on. It is
the same in buying Chamberlain's1
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.     It  costs  but  a  few   cents,  and
it in .the house often saves
bill of several dollars.   For
J. Mackenzie.
Tenders will be received by the
Delta Municipal Council up till Friday, August 4th, for repairs to
East Delta Dyke.
For further particulars apply to
Councillor Embree.
By Order.
C. M. C.
Friends ot Mrs. (Dr.) Woodley j
will regret to learn of bet haying j
undergone ,111 operation for appen-1
dicitis, though we are pleased to 1
State tbat, so far at least, the opey- J
ation is successful.
60  YEARS'
Tradi: Marks
Copyrights &c.
Dr. A. R. Cpok, wife and family,
of Sftlt L,ake City, is visiting his
brother, Jas. Cook. The Doctor is
pn a tour taking in the Portland
|?air and returning via San Fyan-
pisco. It is fourteen years since
these two brothers nv.-t.
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Mvention ts probnbly patentable. Coinmunien-
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-tint free, oldest jtcency for securing patents.
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special eotio, without obargo, la tho
'destine American.
v handsomely l.ln*trnt��ii weekly. T,nnrost elr-
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yoari t our muntho, (L iSui-i by all new ad en le���.
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Annually, to fill the new positions
j created by Railroad and Telegraph
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We furnish 75 per cent, of the
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America. Our six schools are the
largest exclusive Telegraph .Schools
in the world. Established 20 years
and endorsed by all leading Railway Officials.
We execute a $250 Bond to every
student to furnish him or her a
position paying from $40 to $60 a
month in States east of the Rocky
Mountains, or from $75 to $100 a
month in .States west of the Rockies,
immediately upon graduation.
Students can enter at any time.
No vacations. For full particulars
regarding any of our schools write
direct to our executive office at
Cincinnati, O.    Catalogue free,
If You Want
A   First-Class   Buggy,   with
rubber  or  steel  tyres;   or  a
Democrat, call on
J* F* Stainton*
Price $��5o per 1600 (or $58 spot
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Atlanta, Ga.
Texjirkana, Tex.
Buffalo, N.Y
EaCrosse, Wi9
San Francisco,Ca
H. N. RICH, Agent.
If Your Eyes
Bother You
They 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 Free
T.  Gilford's Jewelry Store,
We are this week going to cut prices nearly in two.
in and see if we don't do it.
We want to get acquainted with you;
here, we see good prospects abea*3.
In Order to Bo That
we want to stay right
We must bave your trade a��d co-op^ratron. We wiHl do out
part. We will give yon 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.
J.     Pe
Ladner. B. C.
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 the renter, who  holds the key.
RATES s  $1.50 per year.
Westminster Trust 8c Safe Deposit Co., Limited.,
Authorized Capital, $25,000.
. J. HART & CO.,
New Westminster, B. C
Jl. Clausen,
R Watches and Jewelry at Lowest Prices.
| Repairing a Specialty.
Eemon and Rose Tinted Opal**-
t scent Flower Stands���3 branches,
eiiilre an*d dish���handsome decora-
1 ion for table centre, requiring very
few flowers to produce a pretty
$3, $3,50, $4 Each
ChTysoprase L,emon Opalescent
Flower Vases,
Dainty Shape, Convolvulus Top,
2Sc, 48c, ���0c, 75c eaoh


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