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Array THE DELTA  TIMES
Vol. 1. No. J8.
LADNER. B C, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1904.
$1.00 a year
y. I 11 I   ��_fli i 'I
English Hoof
Ointment
Pest Remedy for Cracked Heels, Sores and
Bruises
35 Cents Tin
DELTA. IJ1II
in
BY G.  W.   WALKER.
Also
Pine Tar
and
Raw Linseed OH
A full line ot Curry Combs
and Horse Brushes in ,
Stookm
Marshall Smith
n    "I a iariBa-__w_*��r-g==a=i^g===Bi
Conservatives Meet
There waa a meeting \n the
Town Hall, Monday nighty for the
purpose of ejecting delega^s to attend the Njew Yifestminster convention aa also two, for attendance at
tha, annual convention to, he held
February i^j.
The president, W. H.. ladner,
occupied the chair, and W- L. Mc-
��rid* filled the position <rf scribe.
Eighteen were nominate^, and a
ballot resulted as follows:
*. E. Kittson, H. D. ��enson,
Frank Kirkland, \V. A. Livingstone, N. Mitchell, L. Kmbjree, F.
J. MacKenzie, J. McCallan, W. J.
trirandrith and J. Neison.' The
Jjjq first named, Messrs. Kpson
and Benson, will also be delegate*
to Victoria.
The feeling of the meeting was
���ne of unanimity.
The tug Eva brought eighty-two
cords of shingle bolts, for the
Grant & Kerr Sawmill Co., from
Mud Bay, this week.
F. T. Walker, of the Royal
Bank of Canada,, accompanied by
his wife, have been guests at the
Shirley Hotel, during the week.
Mr. Walker has been supervising
the arrangement of the temporary
quarters m The Delta Times'
building, and having practically
completed his work, he returned,
with his- \yife, on Friday, to Va,n-
couvers
.Delta A, A. A.
(Continued from Last Week,)
There were not as many settlers
come between 1885 and 1890 as in
the five years previous. Among
those were J. C. Calhoun, A. Falk,
Adam Read, P. T. Gibbie, Jas.
Gilmore, Jas. McCallan, W. Leary
and family, Gus Hauck, Robinson
Watson, J. A. Paterson, D. Price,
E. Chiddell, Tno. McDonald, and
many others. H. Hodge, of Asheroft opened up the first blacksmith
shop, followed by G. Adams, and
others until fnow there are three
fine shops���Messrs. Taylor, Moffit,
and Clark.
A good many of the older residents will remember the "Lime
Kiln Clnb," of Ladner, which
flourished about 1888 in all its
glory. The objects held in view
prominently before the newly initiated were that, while non-political, they would always take an active part in any election where the
candidates showed a disposition to
work iu the interests of the Delta.
It is safe to say that there were
very few of the residents of the
flats who did not pass through the
first degree���of course a man could
pass as many degrees as he liked, up
to somewhere around $100, when
all further dues ceased and he was
entitled to retain rank without further fees.
The following Reeves and Councillors cofnposed the governing
bodies from 1886 to 1890 inclusive:
Janusary 18th, '86���Reeve, W.
H. Ladner. Councillors, H. D.
Benson, T. E. Ladner, J. R. Suth-
erby, Wm. Arthur and J. McKee.
Clerk, W. McKee.
January 17th, '87���Reeve, John
McKee, jr. Councillors, T. E.
Ladner, Wm. Arthur, J. R. Suther-
by, Wm. Pybus, R. E. Kittson.
Clerk, Wm. McKee.
January i6th, '88���Reeve, John
McKee, jr. Councillors, Wm. Arthur, H. D. Benton, Wm. Pybus,
T. E. Ladner and R. E. Kittson.
Clerk, W. McKee.
May 13th, 89���There had been
some communication with the Vic
toria government, and tbe election
was held in May. Reeve, John
Kirkland. Councillors, Wm. Arthur, Wm. Taskar, Harry Trim,
Wm. Pybus, and John Oliver.
Clerk, Wm. McKee.
January 20th, '90���Reeve, John
Kirkland. Councillors, T. McNeely, Wm. Goudy, A. Gilchrist,
W. Taskar and John Oliver. Clerk,
W. McKee.
The first annua) meeting of the
Delta Amateur Athletic Association
convened on Monday night in the
E. L. Kirkland block, with a fair
attendance. Two or three of the
officers were unable to be present,
and it was decided to adjourn to
meet again in the Shirley Hotel on
Monday, January nth, at 8 p.m.
It is earnestly requested that all
members and intending members
put in an appearance at the next
meeting. If you do not take any
interest in it how do you expect it
to go ahead? Come out strong and
do your best to nominate and elect
those whom you think will do the
greatest good toward making it a
grand success.
Remember Monday night, Shirley's Hotel; 8 o'clock.
Of Canada to Be Established ��� An Important
Addition to the Business Facilities of Delta.
The announcement that the Royal
Bank of Canada is fitting up temporary quarters in The Delta
Times building, ia which to open
a branch at the earliest possible
date, probably within ten days, will
be received with satisfaction by the
residents of Ladner and vicinity, as
the filling of a loug felt want.
The Royal Bank of Csnada was
established by a number of Halifax
business men in the year 1869
with a capital of $300,000 and a
reserve fund of $20,000.
It was incorporated in the same
year and from that time the growth
has been rapid and of the most substantial character, so that to-day its
capital is $3,000,000, reserve fund
$3,000,000 and total assets over
$24,000,000.
Having 49 branches throughout
Canada and the United States from
the Atiahtic to the Pacific, it occupies a prominent position in the
financial world of Canada and is at
once a credit to, and a fine example
of the Canadian banking system,
which is acknowledged to be equal,
if not superior to any in the world.
With its strong position and capable management the Royal Bank
puts within the reach of all our
people the same banking facilities
enjoyed by larger communities.
The president is T. E. Kenney,
of Halifax, and Edson L. Pease is
tbe general manager, while the
British Columbia business is under
the immediate supervision of C. A.
Crosbie, manager of the Vancouver
branch.
It is understood that arrangements are about completed by the
bank for permanent quarters of a
suitable character in a building to
be elected at once.
Weare sure the bank's confidence'
in the present and future business
importance of Ladner and the Delta
is not misplaced, and we bespeak
for it the patronage and support of
the whole community.
(To be continued.)
 ��.	
T.  Thirkle has finished bailing
his hay after three days' work.
Among some of the new pupils
attending the Ladner school, are:
Flossie Frederick, Elsie Benson
and Annie Brown, all of whom
formerly attended Trenant school.
At All Saints' Chnrch, on Sunday, Bishop Dart confirmed 14
candidates. Great credit is due to
Canon Hilton for the way in which
the candidates had been prepared.
The Order of Confirmation is a
very beautiful service when proper-
ly carried out, and God alone can
tell whether it is or not.
A quiet wedding took place on
Jan. 4th, at the residence of J. A.
Lavery, Lorne street, when Mrs.
Mary Josephine Nichol, daughter
ot Mrs. Ahem, of Dublin, was
united by marriage ta Robinson
Watson, late of Ladner. The ceremony was performed by the Rev.
Father Michel. Mrs. Lavery attended the brideand J. A. Connolly,
uephew of the bride, was best man.
A sumptuous repast was partaken
of at Mrs. Lavery's by all present,
and the happy conple left for the
coast by No. 1 train en route on
their honeymoon trip to California.
They will probably go East to visit
Mrs. Watson's relatives at Parry
Sound before returning to Kamloops in the summer. ��� Inland
Sentinel.
d THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY JANUARY 9, 1904,
THE   DELTA TIMES.
Published every Saturday.'
Licensing Board.
The Board of License Commissioner* met, on Monday, for the
purpose of disposing of the applications for renewals. The following rtenibers oi" the board were present: The  Reeve,   W. H. Ladner,
i
Subscription, $1.00 per year.
advertising rates.
Casual AdvertisVSis.ent*s, 10 c-��rit8 \,��x line for
���.lis: tirst insertiuu, alid 5 lent* tier Uup for encll
stltltcqtient insertion. Thi; nuniV-r of tines
reckoned by the ��B.c. occujled, 12 lines to the
lllL'sHs * "''       '* ''
... L..S iur_s>i"i:v"-c: ���> a ...i;iiseineuts can t>e [,i the ch^ir; J. B. 1'urr and R, K.
h��U ou application at this otnetj.' *       (
ReadiiiK notices ig cents per line fojr each iu- [Ktttsoil,   J . 1 . S,   Ul'.U   COUl!.   1. I',.
���**���***��*������ l*Ladfer
Ulrlli nnd IKrnUi uotki's, 50c., Marriagesfi.oo.    | **    ���,���-,.
Any special notice, the object or wliich is to ]       'i'h.*   Re.VC   repotted   that   there    BrECkWatt^KCr Milling GO.
promote the pecuniary benefit of any individual *^*
<>r eompany, tube conlidered an Bilvertisemeiit j were   110   1>CW   applications  and 110
and chatgfeu accordinniy. I -  . . ,.
au advertisements ciiuwed for until ordered' complaints against present  license
out sud pale Ibr.   '��� ��� ��� holders
'Cvrresp.ui'.eiice invited oil mutter* of public) "'-'"*- ��� ���
Interest. coiim.WicKt,���V'to editor miv-t fw ac-      The renewals were then granted
ootnpaiiied by uame of writer. Uot nevessurily j .* ��
Mr iwiiUwtipn, )ptj*_*$*^_o{u&J&���_ to Marshall Smith and W. L- Mc-
HaNaRlGh
Notary Public,
Ladner, B, C.
Corrispotidehce must reach this office by Thurs-
d.iy evening.
G��o. R. Manley,
Manager.
SATURDAY. January 9, 1,904.
CONFIDENCE IN DELTA.
It is.v.ery gratifying to know that
such a worthy, institution as a bank
is in the van of new industries and
v
b.usities ��� houses to make a start iu
qur midst. As will be seen by
reference to the advertising columns, the Royal Bank of Canada
is about to open here for business.
This is a very good season of the
year foi the Farmers' Institute to
get down t$ lwvtiess and see if it is
not possible to induce capital to
come in and start-, up a sugar refiu-
tjry, a pickling works or. .spjmethinj;
of that sort, whieh would create
ent ploy ment and, at the same time,
provide a home market,for produce
which rnigbt easily and profitably
be grown here on the Di'.ta lands.
Now is tlie tiine to bestir your*
aelvcs. Every industry introduced
pnean* increased prosperity for all
interested in tbe upbuilding of the
Delta municipality..
NOMINATION DAY.
B,eing new comers and with-out
vpice at the polls we do not wish to
take up a position which would be,,
possibly, untenable. What we do
v^ish. Xo st,ate,is. thU>. Monday is tbe
djay on which, to choose your men
to repre.seat^.ou^ fgr another year,
and it- behooves you to,make tha.t
Choice wisely aud wel..
We are of the opinion that if tl^e
Ward System were abolished and
Uie Councillors selected from all the
district and voted on by all the
TOteis there would be much to be
gained in the way of getting the
licst meu and giving them the
bjcivt opportunity of show-ins the
best that is in them. With the
Ward System in vogue,, it often
happens that one Ward is given au
appropriation larger by far than it
needs while another is fiivjsn the
Bride.
The board then adjourned.
PLEASANT EVENING.
A very pleasant time was spent
at Coun. McCallan'son New Year's
night, when about thirty-five or
forty young people met, with the
intention of having a good time���
and they did- Refreshments, served in jovial Jim's own hearty stvle,
were thoroughly enjoyed by all
at about the midnight hour. After
supper the party engaged in the
light fantastic, and wended their
ways home at about 2 a.m. carrying
with th.ni the hearty wishes of
their genial host and hostess.
"Does your wife go in for athletics?" "Utn���yes, in a way. She
went out yesterday lo take exercise;
she said she was going to walk up
a Ion:.*; :iiii<" "Aud did she?"
"No; she got into the dry goods
district, and ran up a long bill instead.. You can easily see that I am
the one who was exercised."���
Kansas City Journal.
J. H. Shirley left here, Monday,
for the Royal City, haviug finished
auditing the municipal books.
CUSTOMER FOR A BICYCLE.
The following is going the rotunds,
of the papers;
D  H , Nov. 12.
Deer sur���i live   on   my   farm
near D���- H , & am 57 years
old & a little sporta. My neffew
bot hisself a new bisikle, and sent
me his ole one by frate and I lent-
ed to ride sunie. Its a pile of fun
but my bisikle jolts considerable a
feller cum along yesteddy with a
bisikle that had holler iujun rubber
tires- stuffed with wind he let me
tri hisse.11 & Mv, it run like a kush-
en. He told me you sold iujun
rubber just like hissen mine is all
iron wheels. Do you punch the
holler hole thru the injtiti rubber or
will I have to.do it miself. How
do you stick the ends toother after
you- gut re done, if your iujun
rubber is.already holler will it cum
any cheaper empty, i cap get al
the .viiid i-want out hear free.
Youfrs.
I'��� T ,
P. S.���How much do you charg
same amount and that is. not suf* for t_.e <i00dad you stufft the wind
ficicnt tp supply its absolute needs, into the holler iujun rubber with &
ware do von start.
PurchaslnE Agent,
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ON; .S-HORT NOTICE
Team Work Qona at SpijiaHy.Low Price s.l
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BRITISH. COLUMBIA,
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(.Westminster Branch)
Time Table
Csvrt l*-^.e Westminster lor VMlcO'tVer st 5.50
awl 6^50 a.m. anU hourly, thereafter until-io p.
m.; Saturdays aud Sundays at Ic p.m.
Car.*, leave Vancouver ft,r Westminsters at 5.50
and 6..so a. nt. and hourly thereafter until 10 p.
in.: Saturdays turn Sundays at 11 p.m.
FRKIC!},'***. CARS.
We nut Hrst-class freight cars between "West
ininstei* aud Vancouver and alt shipments are
handled with the utmost eare and delivered to
consignee without deluy, speciai.uttentlon i>'.i'.:
to frmt Shipments, our wagoua meet ail lioats
and trains, l-'oi rates, etc. apply to
1)   A. BHItHS, Y. V.. C.I.OVl'.K
Traflic Mgrs Local Mgr.
Westminster. B. C.
Nineteen head of prime. beeves
were shipped to J. Giauer. qu Mou-.j
day per ��tr. Transfer., !
Are,you inteitstcttin the Ori-int?
ll you ave. dtvri't l^iss ths meeting
i:i   tlie   liaptist,. Church,   Snndr.y
ttVClUslg.
A..0.   U.  W..
T~)1'.I,TA I.ODC.K NO. 1., meets firr and
*-' third Tuesdays in each mouth i.l Wad-
dell's Hall. T. W. RUHR, Recorder.
Trios. K. I.ADNliU, A. W
I. O. i:.
CopiW Ossko, No.  344:3, meets
ill I O,.0,E  Hall, 3rd.Tue-day in
���..-.ich   month       Visiting   brethren
_     ������....       -_._ 1 aiWyyS    weiCome,       C.   R, J.   B.
T^reare three candidaL^i m ^?^^_ 8;,'B. & Mftlfr'ugld "
l;.U.0F.
PUBLIC NOTiCE
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby
given to the Iiiectors of the Municipality of Delta, that I require
the presence of the said Electors v.'.
the Town Hall, Ladner, on the nth
day of January, 1904, at. 12-o'clock
noon, ior the purpose of'electing
persons to ..represent them in the
Municipal Council as Reeve and
Councillors.
Th�� mode of nominating candi-.
dates shall be as follows.s
The candidates shall be nominated in writing, the writing shall be
subscribed by two voters of the
municipality as proposer and seconder, and shall be delivered to the
Returning Officer at any time between the date of this notice and 2
p.m. of the day of nomination, and
in the event of a poll being necessary svtch poll will be opened on
the 16th day of January, 1904, at
the Town Hall, Ladner, and will
be kept open frpm 8 a.m. till 4. p.m.
of whicli every person is hereby required to take notice and govern
himself accordingly.
The ([ualificatjpn for- a Reeve or
Councillor shall be his being a male
Biitish subject, and having been for
the three mouths, next, preceding
the day of his nomination, the registered owner, in tlie Land. Registry Ofhce of land or real property
situate within the tniinicip;%lity of
the assessed value, on the lust Municipal Assessment Roll, in case of
Reeve, of. five hundred^ollars or
more; and in case of a Councillor,
of two hundred and. fifty dollars or
mote, oyer and aboy.e any registered judgment, and being otherwise
.pialified as a voter.
Given under my hand at Ladner
this 31st day of December, 1903.
N,. A. McDIAB-MtD,
Rettirniiig Officer.
field in Vancouver, for Mayor, vif..
J. J. H��nri.ld, Aid. M/^ui|tsii and
t.ld. Xtu^uej-iij.
Osvir.',"; to the strong wind and
(Wilt'.:.* wV.i: ".lie- str. Trsir.sfcr wus
ui-xtl If l ��� imid "I -fcitiji-1- Stti'.bury or
Hy .,1   .' Vs.-'.U'l'd'.'.v*,
Delta,Lodge. No. 21.���The regit*
Uu mgetings.pf this Lodge are held
t-very Wednesday evening at 8 p.
111. Visiting Brethren cordially invited lo attend.
Rout. Moviit, N.Q.
N.. A. McDiarmid,  Sec.
FOR REEVE.
V'e are authorized to state that
R. E: Ki.ttson will be a candidate
for the Reeveship, at the A initial
Election now about to be held in
this Municipality, and we herewith
commend him 10 ths 3jl.ctorate.
JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor
f Telephone "��� Ladner" No. 10.
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Practical Horseshoeing &
All Kinds of Repairing^
W. H. Taylor's.
���99*nname
Quills
Purveyor*.
For PRIMS BEEP, MUTTON
and. PORK TRY US,
sTjeay-s- Tour Orders NOiW for
Turkeys, ffieeso, Chickens,
7
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Westham Street,
I^aduer, B. C
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A QOOD L1NH OF
at,
Cider and
%oerle
Qo\\s' Clothing,"
Hats & rumislYing
..j
At All Prices.
Best Line of Boots & Blioes in Tow
llnbbers to Suit Eyeryone.
Staple Dry Goods at Lowest Price
erson
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TURKEYS! TURKEYS! TURKEYS
 AND'	
GOOSES!   :   GOOSES!   :   GOOSE 51
Now is the time to think of your Christmas Dinner,   Order Early to avoid the
rush at the
]^ltm Md
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mmlorkoti
w THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1904.
LOST   AT   SEA
S.S. Clallam, while on her way
irom Seattle to Victoria, foundered
at 6 a. m. to-day. ' All the women
were put into three boats alongside
the steamer. They immediately
capsized drowning all the women..
ThirtO'-three- men saved. Nun**.
ber oy bo-vd, not kuowji...
Mr*-.. Galletty, of Victorv*,, onlv
uime knowp..
TAILOIiING
Clothes Altered. Cleaned and Repaired..
Parcels left at W. L. McBride's store and A, Walker's and W. K. JLcClcU^ji's barber shop, will be
called foi; on Monday aud returned on Saturday,
Q. W.WALKER.   ,
Fruitarianism.
The Department of Agriculture
has for several years been conducting a series of experiments to determine the dietary value of different foods. Experiments were conducted during the space ot two
years hy Prof. Jaffa, of the University of California..
Nine dietary studies and thirty-
one digestion experiments were
carried on. In the majority of the
dietary studies and all but one of
die digestion experiments fruit
ind nuts, constituted all or almost
all of the diet. The results ot the
Investigation emphasize the fact
.hat both fruits and nuts should be
considered as true foods rather than
food accessories. The subjects were
two women, three children, two
elderly men and two university students, The men all did hard
manual labor during part ot the
time, thestudents. working to >mp-
oort themselves whil.. pursuing
-heir studies.,
.The fare given in' thes*. experiments was in every c;tue one that
would appeal to any normal appetite. It embraced honey, tomatoes,
apples, bananas, cantaloups.-, grapes,
verdal, cornichon, tokay, muscat,
scarlet haws, pears, pomegranate**,
persimmons, oranges, strawberries,
watermelons, figs,, almonds and pea-,
nut butter. The only animal foods
allow*! were cottage cheese and
'St'l these in Iimi tad quan-
t lie cor.t of such a diet
Parierji from 15. to 18. cents a day.
Comparative experiments were carried aloiitf in which animal foods
were, employed under the usual
conditions of living, and in these
th? daily cost ran ftftpi 26 to 30
cents, i 1 was found that the food
eaten supplied about 60. per cent, of
the protein usually secured by the
average meat diet, while'health and
strength continued the same, if not
improved, and hi. two or three cases
tiliere was a light gain iu flesh and
weight.
One of thp. chief objucts of the
series of experiments was to furnish
���Jat�� as t<* the value uf nuts as food.
7n.it' contain little protein, and
auts -si"*- relied on in the fruitarian
plan of eating to balance the ration.
Fruitl ;re rich in carbo-hydrates
and nuts iu fat. A pound of peanuts, which cost 7 cents, furnishes
1,000 calories of energy at a cost of
3j-_ cents, and protein at a cost of
36 cents a ponnfl). A porterhouse
steak costs for the same result respectively. 22^ cents and $1.31,,
wheu the.- steak can be bought for
25 cents % pound.
The average price per pound of
tl.e protein of nuts ranges higher
than the corresponding average of
meats, but the cc*rt per pound of
peanut protein is lower than for
meats, fish,, eggs, milk, dairy products ajtd prepared; cereals. The
Only foods whicli furnish protein at
a less cost than peaijuts are flour
and dripd beans. According to
Prof. Jaffa's experiments, nuts are
tlie cheapest source of energy for
the truitariajo,, the peanut ranging
far ahead of any other variety.
Although peanuts supply protein
^nd energy for a smaller sum than
bread, they are outranked by dried
beans, which, at 5 cents a pound,
will supply for to cents over 200
grains of protein aud 3,040 calories
^ ejyirgy.���Br.i '..'creets. ���
For Sale.
D^iry i\nd Grain Farm
Of 107 Acres, advantageously situ-,
ate about 3 miles southeast of Ladner, within one mile of railway siding, and of easy access to the Delta
Creamery., (lood house, adequate
barn, stables and outbuildings.
For further particulars apply to
Messrs. Calland & Livingstone, Instate Agents, Vancouver, or
H. N. RICK,
Ladner, B.C.
W. N. Draper,     Fashion Stables
PROVINCIAI, "(.AND SURVEYOR
Room 5, KUard Block, New Westminster.-
#1 H^SplQSp
Fall and Winter
Of All Kinds
FRESH MILK
Delivered Daily, 6c. Per Quart
W. A. Kirkland.
G* T* BAKER
FLEURY CUTTERS AND PULPERS,
EASY RAPID GRINDERS,
GENERAL CARRIAGE MAKING,
ADAMS' WAGONS, ETC.
Agent for T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Christmas
Slippers
We have Xmas Slippers suitable
for every member of the family.
All kinds of Felt and Fancy Slip
pers. Prices from 25c. to
$3.50.
We certainly are Headquarters for Xmas Goods.
WM. JOHNSTON'S
6.
in*
QAN DO BETTER
at tbe People's Grocery
We Want your Business and it will be to Your
Interest to Give It To Us. WE WILL
TREAT YOU RIGHT, and Our Prices as
well a* Quality is Guaranteed,
TRY US.
Keir and Turneux,
Merchant Tailors,
New Westminster, B.C.
WIRE FENCING
I have the following Stock on hand:
RODS.,
STAY..
BARS.
HIGH.       PSR   ROD.
I960
12 in.
9
49       70c
1420
12 in.
8
45       62c
700.
12 in.
11
56       84c
280
12 in.
12
58       92c
400
12 in.
6
20       38c
40
Gin.
8
32       74c
140
12 in.
9
34       66c
20
6 in.
7
26       62c
*,t,es, All Widths,
Your Choice for $5.00.
Trucking and Draying.
Livery work of all kinds attended to promptly.
Wm* Alexander
I.sduer. B. C
J* F* STAINTON
���DEALER IN���
Bicycles, Farm Implements, Hardware, Coal, Coal Oil, & Gasoline.
.\gent for the McCormick Machine
and Binder Twine.
Manufacturer of Wooden Pumps.
All Kinds of Repairing. Farmers'
Scales. Auctioneer.
J. C. WADE, westhaml?KIer,'b.
Horse Goods!
Our Harness nnd Horse fcVuruisHings
hftve long proved reliable, and they are
built uot only for style but wear.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
huqh Mcdowell,
LADNER, B. C.
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For Service,
i mm im. Kun.
Bred by S. ). Thompson & S._.
Yorkshire Boar, farrowed May
6th, 1902. His dam, Woodbine
Rosa Belle, was Sweepstake Sow
and Litter at Winnipeg in 1902.
This Boar was recently purchased
from A. D. Paterson.
Asahel Smith.
E. L. Kirkland
REAL ESTATE ft . .
FINANCIAL  AGENT.
Bl
Deeds, Wills, Leases, Agreements
and Partnerships drafted and prepared promptly.
Office: Next door to Dr. King's.
Have You Seen the
Propless Treeprop
They Are IT.
A Number of Young Pigs for Sale.
J*   Brandrlth
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Don't Forget to SeeOur
Ladies' and Gents1
I Watches & Chain
t     Sterling Silver 1 Plated Goods,
*-|ss  ' ������������
*��-
t Bracelets, Brooches,
f        Cuff Links & Rings
t 	
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Repairing a"; Specialty.
Jindrew Clausen,
t
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Dj*i.ta"'Stri.*et,
Ladner, B.C.
i
DKAI.HR   in-
c.
Reagh
Fine Boots,
Shoes*
Rubbers
Best Goods, Lowest Prices
Custom Work a Specialty.
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LOCAL NEWS
THE DE.I/M TIMES, SATURDAY; JANUARY ?. 1904
mm^mmeammmaaeaaamHammaeaaaaaam
Mrs. G. Paddon is. visiting Mrs.
TvW. Kerr for a few days.
���Christmas Thoughts!
trs. - I
H. J. Kirkland paid a business
visit to. Westminster.on Tuesday.
Mr. Weaver, of Pilot Mound,
Manitoba, is here taking a look at
the Delta.
S. Kerfoot spent X,mas and N^w
Year's Day with Mrs. Wm. Arthur
and family.
Rev. A. N. Miller weut to Van-,
couver, Tuesday, on business and
pleasure bent.
J. Grauer, came over on the
Transfer on Thursday and returned
t^iis morning.
What better than a pair of Slippers 9   They ate useful as
well as ornamental, and are long reminders of the giver.,
Your friend will appreciate a pair.
We have some beauties ranging from $U50 to $3.00 par
pair. 	
-FOR-
W. E,SINCLAIR, wrtesioii
lltel
which took place Thursday evening.
Miss Whitworth went up to attend the usual weekly market.
C. Beadleston   paid   a  business
visit to Westminster on Tuesday.
Mrs. H. J.  Kirkland is about
again after a brief spell of sickness.
?$iss Davis, of Ladner school,
tyturned to her duties, on Monday,
refreshed after the holidays.
T. W. Kerr, who hada slight attack of lumbago last week, we are
pleased to say, is around again.
Two hundred Sheer', 2 years old |
Mr?. H. G. Taylor was a passen-! n���xt gpring, duo to lamb al    it 1
get-to, Westminster, yesterday, to j 0_- April*.   Tl
jattend the weekly market. 'graded ewes, .
timfcrs to suit purchases NB.W'WESTTHNSTER, li. C.
ra,.parHci..'arS apply to 1    A ^U.,ln, 0f EngVftb ^6 Irish
GUV W. WALKER, -Twe^d.*. and  Fancy Tiiouseri igs al*
I "tner, r:i. 1        a*.< &?pi i.* stock.
T. E. Ladnar and E. ��. Brow no j
shipped about 21 hogs to Nanaim. j
Thursday, on board the Lapwiug.   ,
N. A. McDiarmid, C.M.C., wa.s
a. passenger to Westminster on
Tuesday, oii municipal business.
Stanley Goostrey left, Tuesday, '
for his home at Alctergrove, where
he ihfceadsxl' spending a short vaoa-
|ion.
Miss Florence Kirkland and Watson Miller returned, on Tuesday,
to their studies at Columbian College.
t	
Mr., Mrs. and Miss Carss returned, on Monday, trom Vancouver,
where they had been spe#p|ng the-
holidays.
Talk with
Frank Cullis, of the firm of
Stokes & Cullis, returned irom a
trip to the East, on Monday.
Alone?   Yes, alone!
J. T. ToLs-ivk, principal of Ladner school, returned on Monday, to
resume his duties, ai.fW sper^diug
the holidays in Vancouver.
7 ''��� s.' i
John Weaver and wife, of East
Delta, went to Vancouver, Tuesday, to hear Rev. Mark Guy
Pearse's lecture in Wesley Church,
Growers'  Association.   W. J. has
been somewhat under the weather
of late.
m ��� ���
Miss Markland, of Columbian
College, who has been spending the
Vacation with Mrs. H. J. Kirkland,
returned to her duties on Monday.
For Sale*
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
Y<m can not get better bargains than at Port Guichon..
We keep the best stock of everything that is needed for the.
general public.     Call or send in your order and ^e guaran-.
tee satisfaction.
Telephone 5.
, due to lamb ��     tt r-i   11 i* pi nyt it   TT   TBI
These area choice Ioi of M j   1  ���* J I r || || |
_s1?nd  .vill be soldi���|j^[(\y \ft\      [f'
Thos. Lewis,
TRODUCF, FACTOR, ALBION WHARFVi
Vancouver, B.C.
AGENT FOR���
SS. HAMLIN & SS. SURPRISE
' r
W..J.Brandrith was a visit��� to
New   Westminster,    Tuesday,   to j
take part in the.  meeting ol   the,
Mutual   Fire   Insurance Co.,  am.
the annual meeting of the Fruit |
u.
I,
New We#tminstejr. B.C.
If You Want
Fire Insurance,,
Life Insurance,
Accident Insurance,
Health Insurance,,
A Loan,
To Buy a Farm,
To .Buy a Home.
t. j. i 1 ti
Notaries Public^ Real Eg?
tate,   Financial and'
Insurance Agents.
New Westminster, B. 0.
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lund, $3,0&0,Q0tM
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We will land, Free of Charge, fo your nearest river
lauding all purchases for cash from us, amounting to
$.o.oa or over.
m
W�� bave the best general line of any Stoie, op t|p,e
MainUuid and Our Prices Are Lower than the lowest
cash prices.
Ceme in and tell us you are from the Delta and are
going tiO,pay cash and see what we :an do for yon.
Furniture & Carpets.
Announces that *\ Branch of the Ba^k will be opened in a fe���w daya
in the Tow^ of Ladner, under the management of .MR. H. K. WWQST.
A General Banking Business will be transacted.
Drafts on all parts of the world Bought and St>ld.
It Invites the Aecount| of Firms and Individuals in any line of
business,  A
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Will be, operated in which deposits of $1 find upwards will be received,
in person or by .mau, and Interest Allowed at Highest Current Rates,,
Compounded Twice Yearly, yiz., June 30th ft.nd December 81st,
Every Facility Extended to Farmers, Banchera and those engaged in
agricultural pursuits.
Brunches
r
Lee's Furniture Emporium
Tel. 7-3. New Westminster, B. C.
In Nova Scotia���
Halifax, Antigonish, Bridge-
water, Guysboro, Londonderry,
Louisburg, C.B.; Luuenburg, Mait-
land, Fictou, Port Hawkesbury,
Shubenacadie, Sydney, C.B.; Sydney, Victoria Road; Truro, Weymouth, Amherst.
Ip Ontacio-7
Ottawa, Toronto, Pembroke.
Ir> Quebec���
Montreal, Montreal West End,
Montreal W***st��oant.
lit        '.* .       .'������'' '        ' ��� *
In Newfaundlaijd���
St. John'a.
In New .Bninswick���
St. John, Bathurst, Dalhousie,
Dorchester, Predericton, Moncton,
Newcastle, Rexton, Sackville,
Woodstock, Edmundston.
In British Columbia���
Vancouver, Vancouver East End,
Grand Forks,  Nanaimo,   Nelson^
Rossland,
Ladner.
Victoria,    Chilliwack,
ty Prince Edward Island���
Charlottttown, Summerside.
IlJ Cuba-
Havana, Santiago de Cuba.
In United States���
^ew York, Republic, Wash.
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