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Array THE DELTA
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>ATUR��AY, JA.NUAIEY 28, 1*��.
s.tt.>ssaaaEa^k->-__aBLssa��nLm=ai
$1.00 a year
frepa^atory
te
odd lines and broken lots
have to be disposed of quickly, no matter
what the cost is.
������in
About 20 Men's Tweed Suits, regular $10 to $15,
at HALF PRICE.
Odd Hires Men's Underwear at Half Price.
50c Dress Goods, at
Crockery & Blmsswere
A large assortment of Odd White Delftware, Col
| ored Crockery, Glass and China ware at HaHPHoe or
m, must be cleared out before Stocktaking.    NOW
[IS YOUR CHANCE.
tht Dairy
Industry
[Watch for next week's Ada
-
-The citizens of Everson hove
fanned a stock company for the
purpose elf establishing a milk condensing plant. The factory will represent -Mb *e*pendittt��e of about
$10,000 and furnish a bome market
for thilk from all the dairies in the
section of Whatcom county. Local
capital has been invested and experienced memvill be employed to handle
the products. It is expected that
tke building of tl*��*e*r -plant will
increase the dairy itftWest. and add
much to the value of famtag lends
in the famous Nooksack valley.
Dairing is not an experiment in
the agricultural districts of Washington. Tbe industry has passed beyond the stage of trial. Men are making sfcrtesMsdrom their dairy farms.
Pew have ever failed, or have even
had the appearance of being Ok ithe
down grade in'tbe financial roadway.
Where tbe business has been .held
Mp and the dairy products properly
marketed, tke value��of lands kas increased at least as-per cent. It has
added materially ��e the modem
spirit of intensive agriculture. The
tanas are better and the annual
cr*v�� larger.
Washington is the land of natural grasses. Bvcry section has
its distinct features, but is
snarfcea m a distinct grower
of. grasses. On the western
slope the native growth remains
green throughout the year. In the
eastern .counties bunch grass gives'
way uuderoultisvatieu tothe clovers
and ihay grasses that grow to perfection. Under irrigation alfalfa
produces wonderful crops. Nature
has made this state a place for thede-
velopmeut of the daicycowitn the
best possible .degree. The water
trom thc montain slopes is pure and
tbe climate has none of the .unpleasant features of heat andcold.
There is an unlimited market for
dairy products. The cities of the
Orient want butter and cheese.
Alaska is opening a wonderful
market field for all dairy products.,
.Not only -are -the (possibilities of
selling butter, milk and cheese before the people of this state who
will engage in dairying, but there
is-money in the numerous by-_pro-
duc'ts. .Poultry -and bogs, -go along
with dairying.    The wodd��of -con-
arshall Smith
in *������.������.���
RUNAWAY.
On Tuesday morning' last A.
JarbiHr had another uiislorMnie 'in
jtbe shape of a imiiaway. This
ime his team collided with \V. -A.
Irrklud's milk rig, upsetting the
pans and spilling the cow juice ill
over the .ground, .swell as smashing the rig rather badly. Tlie
presence of mind displayed by the
river of tlie milk rig, in dismounting -and turning tthe  horse awssy
*rom tbe advancing team, prevent-
much heavier  lose     -After
eaving the milk-rig, the team tore
��ff for the wuarf where it was by
{.he merest chance tbey escaped erid-
_g then* ��ar��wr -by   suicide. ..No I******
nther damage, however, was done
'!** ���
STOMACH  1'ROUuLtiti.
A disordered stomach may cause
��o  end   ot    trouble.    When    the
stomach fails to perform its func-
Hions the bowels become deranged,
the   liver and  k.dncy*s congested,
causing - numerous   diseases,   tbe
most fatal of which are painless and
(therefore tbe more to be dreaded.
The important thing is -to -restore
���the stomach and 3*ver to a healthy
condition, and tor tlis purpose  no
better preparation can be used than
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets-.���Por sale by P. J. M*cK*n>
sumers asks tor more of these wtt- -the'.8th inst., under
ural outputs from the dairy  farms.
There is a great future   in   the
dairy industry.   It presents many
suggestions on how to make the
fstrm tp^'handsomerprofits^ad in-
crease its bank account. ��� Seattle
P.-I.
Surrey Items.
Wm. Stone and wife, of Tyne-
head, were among Clover-dale1* visitors last week.
Lome So irl, of Vaticouver, has
accepted the position of foreman of
tbe Hazt-Imer*'Lumber Co.'s plant.
Mis-* M. II. Mclnnci-, of Cast
Kensingtdn, has returned to Vancouver, after spending a few days
at bome.
Hrs. ft. T. Thrift, of Hazel-mere,
who has been seriously ill for some
time, is now able to sit up for a.few
hours each day.
F. Boothroyd and wife, who had
beeu visiting their old home at
Surrey Centre, bave returned to
their bome in Blaine.
J. (J* Currle. formerly engineer
for the Hazelmere Lumber Co., has
entered suit against tbe G.N R. for
injuries sustained while trying to
board tke train at Haxelmere.
A large number of settlers are
arriving here, every day, from the
Northwest and Manitoba. They
prefer being able to pick outdoor
flowers the year round to 40 below
zero.
Mr. Anderson, of Cloverdale,
has left for a trip across the moun-
'tains, where he owns a large farm.
He says he will not stay long as
the climate of B. C. is good enough
'forHthu.
The recent elections here were
very ^uijtt,1 only one ward being
contested, ward 5. Here ex-Cottn-
cillor Figg again aspired for the
honor, but the people showed by
their buHots that they did not care
Tor Pigs, and elected H. Xawrence
by a handsome majority. H. Bose
was elected Reeve by acclamation.
Ceo. M. Thrift, of the Hazel-
mere Lumber Co., has returned
from Vancouver, where he had
been for about ten days on business.
He has purchased another engine
and considerable, other machinery
for bis mill and has secured the
services of three first-cl.��s mill-
Wrights who will place the new
machinery and remodel the whole
mill. Operations will codtitiBe the
same, as so many orders are on
hand watting to be filled. The
new additions will make this one of
the best little mills in the country,
with a capacity of 20,000 per day.
One of the most successful concerts ever given in Surrey was held
in Orange Hall, Surrey Cetitre. on
the auspices
of L. O. L., No. 1471. The large
hall was packed. Rev. Owen took
the chair at 8 o'clock and opened
the  entertainment   with   a   very
MUM
���Council met in tbe Clerk's oflke,
Cloverdale. on Saturday, January
ar��t, and, after Messrs. Wales and
Lawrenc; had taken the necessary
declaration, the Council took up tbe
regular business.
Miuutf_ of the previous meeting
wer?<*rrid and confirmed.
COMMdKlCATrOHS.
from the Delta Times requesting a share of the municipal .printing.    Received.
From H. Harper, saying he had
lost the cheque for $2.50 issued to
him. Received and a duplicate'ordered issued. - * ""'*"
From Tynehead, a resolution
signed by James Bothwell. chairman of the meeting, asking Reeve
Bose  to  resign.   Received    _
Moved by Coun. Burnett second*
ed by Coun. Boothroyd, that the resolution from Tynehead, signed ty
Jas. Bothwell, as chairman, eaking
Reeve Bose to resign, lie 'ignored.
-Csswita. rCoun. Wales voting in the
���fcagdtive.
On motion, the Council endorsee,
"the petition of the settlers of Tyne-
h.ad, requesting the Government to
repair thc Town Line Road.
On motion $50 was kappropriat-
ed for cutting logs vi*... brush on the
C. M. road ward *, to provide an
outlet for Mr. Lonoks; ^tenders to
be iu at next meeting.
On motion of '-fto'tin. 'Wales
seconded' by Conn.-, |obj_*to�� the
���Reeve was instructed toeecure the
services of our legal' afft-wer iMt.
Martin, for furtffer ^advice vr-egar**
-the Milton Water Case.
The Surrey Temporary Loan By-'
Law passed its first, second and
third reading*.
The account of R. Woffeaden of
.$2.50 for advertising election of
Council was ordered paid.
-Council then adjourned to meet
-again in the Town Hall, on Saturday, Feb. 4th, at 1 o'clock p. m.
���poidtedaaaress, which was fAllow- *nabJ*i ^declaration ot the usual
���*-* ���     �� '-" -
..-:'-'    '   & ���;���
H. .Mends intends
[acKjenzfe to-daj-.
G. B. and Robertson's.Chocolates,
visiting John Bon   Bons, Creams, &c, -Ut -the
> ��ity Bakttry..
A JOLLY PARTY.
A very pleasant evening was
spent at <the heme of W. <&. and
Mrs. Ellis en Friday last, tke
20th instant, when tine felldw-
ing ladies and gentlemen enjoyed
themselves tft gumes of all .sorts
���until the wee seta' hours of tbe
���morning;
Mesdames La-u^bend, S. dlrocUe
*nd John Kllis^    . .        "
Missen'Carss, Qeestrey, XbirWe
'<3); Whitworth [a], j**. JprifruX
Davis and J. Taylor-, ,.,
Messrs Uughee?, ��$. *��e��ty,. J.
���Ellis. ��S. Goovtrejr, 0.. Met*maa,
IJ. Falls, L, K-MlWt, D. Ellis, JL
Irodie, G. Dwitt, IB. Montgomery,
T. Jordan, M^Jiawn, Jff.tt>avis,.A.
C.O.F.
ThefeTlowiag dfficers Tmve been
duty elected aad iinttdltaU -for the
current year:
C. R., **. ^York; V.'C. R., ��.
Clark; Itin.Sec., P. Shirley; Ttec,
Sec., I. Hume, Trees., J. Reagh;
Chaplain, W. Lasseter, Auditor, P.
Snath; Trustees, H.J. Hutchereon,[of the concert.'but when we
Chas. Davis and B. Clark;*S.W.,
��.i.%te��; J.W., C. Deris; S.B., E
Creertbrd; J.B.. D. McLeod.
isCelcman, and titaiia, at.'
Rowland Morro.a.Tat* of t. X
Muir & Co.'s. New Westminster,
butmow ef Asheroft, put in a tew
..���������w (er hit oM friend P. J. MacKenzie, daring the latter-e -absence
at  Vancouwr,   en  business,  this
ed by a long and varied programme, conceded "by those who ought
to knew," 'to be one of tthe best
heard in this part of the country.
A number of vtsiting'brettnen were
(present from Langley, Hazelmere
and Vancouver LO.L.'s. After
the.programme a sumptuous repast
wea served by the Surrey ladies
.���rthkhiproved thSftbey ert'-uphold
ing their former reputation'tothe
highest degree. Spade does not
permit us giving* detaUed account
say
that it waswallttk at couid be desired,
evsoibyth* most electing, "we aw
ma^am no more than ahonkl be,
-said, e��d {teat praise, ts due, the
>boy�� pf 1471 for the manner in
whic> this -atBatr-was oarried -out*.
:*���*���
���
A GOOD SHOWING.
The thirty-fifth annual statement
ofthe Royal Batik of *Canada wiJl
furnish satisfactory reading to the
sharehelderc ofthe institution. One
feature of the report is the very*
krge'.ircrease of over 110 per cent,
in the non-interest bearing deposits
ofthe bank, an increase which is
reflected in .the .value of
fate immediately available assets of the institution, its
position in this respect haying
been materially strengthened during
the year.   The profits of the year
dividend of 8 p. c, the allotment of
$10,000 to the officers' pension fund,
a reduction-of $75,000' in the 'bank
premises account, which was ma*
terially enlarged during the year by
the acqmsitioa of'newpremises, and
the addition of over $100,000 to the
balance carried forward as compared with last year. It would not be
-strange if the shareholders in the
near future are allowed a larger
share ia the prosperity of the bank.
T, E. "Laduer,"ot Trenant Farm,
wee enabled, on account ef the improved condition of'his wife, to'
take unto hiaaelf * littte holiday
-thie week, said .went .-to Ukstmin-
stser ai Tuesday'-tot.
Word fa��s been reeetet-a rthnt'J.
Iftrftat P. H. MdBwen wlllipreach 1-8.-H. Darrech, of KanHoops, his,
Mt77iptm.   Subject: "Gospel of Joy ijoined the army of sailers ovet-tbe
and   l^ot    01   Shame."     Special I birth ot a sou.    Mother and*��h*
music. uate doiug^eli |��_3��MB|N_S0S0>'��n&��Ls'B���^ nsss^ss.*
THE muh TOE*. I
e-aaggj��� ���-��.
IsteascnwrtOK^ Sl-OQ p*f y*e��.
AP(VaBTlMXO *ATKS.
Cu��l A*-eitieei_e��u, i.'cc.u per line lot
t_e*__['i.a*>tion. and JieuU gey line *>r *��c��
.-sMMMEciit  inwrtluu.     TtM'nu
*jcka����d bjtUt ap��e odcuptcd,
t i-Kitluu.  'T'TJ.-Biniber   ol  li""
o&upted,  ll Unc�� to the
who wished to pr*��sent a petition to
their "Little Father," as a last re-,
SOtt* -"** The authorities of course did
all they could to keep the mob back
trom the pa\ace gstfes. This was
no easy matter. However it was
accomplished after the' shedding of
blood, aud turning; all the city
lights out.
Although the city has a belet^g-
ured appearanc* it.& comparatively
tranquil at present. Now, hoxyever,
all, interest is centred in Moscow,
where the strength of the military
is not so. grea1-, *nd wl^ere the strikers seem to be suppled with sinews
of war. There, it; is belivered a declaration of Indei*4enci? will be
issued. ,   *
.   ,,. The situation is ahtrmme to say
Great ��nconveiVence is felt ou ac-1 - (^ ^ ^
-.-���lute of the discontinuance of the
steamer to Y^S-t-V II *? like tttk:'
>ng a trip around tbe xaooa to find
the sun to go to Victoria from here.
tOasForaass :' t- -u-v.v .-���-���    gsspg^aBac   " *-->
;    REVO^vmONIN RUSSIA.    \   Rev- A. N. Miller paid a vis*": to!
  [Westminster, yesterday, to see his
son, Watjson, who is e-uff.iiyg frtnt I
;    Disturbance ^v* commenced in I   t^ch of p. Hfi ^^ ,Q j
��t. Petersburg cwtf by  strikers, ..     u   - h   *    *   -n    fc    d
Time Table
����������-��� *_������***-"
*f�����!���'��� I<*',i+w***1r+*+++* *H****+-K*-H*+��H**+t+*
Kales tcrCeauMOiiU ^dveiiiUeiiKlits cau be
* ad oa ap}>uc.itiaa at tkia .(Ret.
* Readia< aoUcaa I. caaU par Uac ior each In-
ai-rti.H.
* lisllr. a.A Beetk natices. jot., Marriage* $..��,
Aay special notice, tie oWert ol -wtoicb is to
aranaU tht pecuniary k��.ac6t;'ot ��n*> Tudividual
-lw��wi>��ay.loWJbnf!s}s*;<M an advertisement
i.l charged KC-arfiliiity
' 7tll aiWrrlU^iuntis charged tyr until oidered
o it and paid fjr.
Cefreayaade-ce Invited no matter* ot public
laterMl. Cointtlunioations tu edilor'splial tf> ac-
umpatifced by a.iuic of writer, not uecesskfily
!or raabUcattoa, bat aa evidence of good Guth
%riW>u.MSt art* >���_,** itjii ofbet by fbura-
Qjk% *������ Manlky*
Manager.
SATUl[,f AY. JAKUAK.K, 2j*.  tQ��5*
^"i" gj*^ ���    "    ������i
if
The people wilt do well tip attend to the Westham Island dyke
Soon as possible in order to save
farther inconvenience, to. themselves
as well aa extra expense. We re
gret to state that there has beeu a
Reopening o$vtbt, last bie*kv though
we are pleased to state that it is
nothing to be alarmed at.
. W, Tyrrefl is again visiting Ladner the guest of E. T. Calvert.
Holy Communion iu  All Saints'
QhijKh tomorrow art 8:ao a,.m.
Miss Calhoun's friends will be
pleased to bear that she is getting
along nicely.
WORDS. OS*   PR-AJiS!.
The7(pllow_ng, taken from the
Atlin Claim's report of the school
closipg'held there on tlje a^sdjPec.,
speaks for itself:
"At thjp close., add-ressss were de-
Uvered hy Gold Commissioner
Fraset'and Trustees Frank Dowling
and James Stables, in which they
stated that iudicatiowb of progress
made cByiag the Ia^tcfffl vjere very
marked1, ' &U, of the pnpil* doing
credit to tbeii*.teacher, Mr. Malcolm
%eiii, tghpyit w,iil betemembered,
tjook over the school in a very difficult time. Special mention should
$e mad�� of the* fc4��.l( Ejects of the
intermediate grade, and also tbe
proficiency of the^ higher, grade
fiupil^in mental arithmetic, gram-
ier and literature."
Ellis Ladner returned hotne from
Uta^h yesterday. Ofcotwse rejoicings will ac-ompany the fatted call
atTrenanl- ?ark. during the n-yct
few days.
A CHANGE*
The situation iu Ontario at the
oreseut' time, i��, pecjuluLy.    For 32
Mi*. W. L. Mc2/ide returned
home this week from a pleasant
visit to V*ncou,ver.
poing lor Chamherlain's Colic,
Cholera ijp4 Diarrhoea
Remedy.
Don't pat xoai-Mlf in this man., placa,
bnt keep abottleot this remedy in yooi
bome. There is nothing so good foi
C-olie, Cholera Morbus, Dysentery and
Diarrhoea. It is equally valuable for
���taminer Complaint and Cholera Infantum, and has saved the lives of mora
children than any other medicine in use.^
" \yhen reJmoed -with water and &weet-*
sned it is pleasant to take.
Yon, or some one of your family, are
sure, to need this xemedy sooner or later
*ul when that time conies you will need,
ft badry; you wtil need it quickly - Why
ijot bujr it now snd be prepared for sucf
tnemereejicy'.'   ?rlce, S3 cents.
IN EFFECT DEO. 15, 1904-
Train leaver Port Quichon at
7:45 a.m., arriving stf Vancouver
at ip;,45. a.m,
Train- leaves Vancouver at 3:50
p.m., arriving a^ Part Guichon at
6:3s p.m.
i
.1
McRAE & Co
II
D^tta Transfer Stable
LADNER, B, C,
SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND.SADDLE HORSES
ON SHORT NOTICE
Team Work Done nt Speoktlly lq��v Prices.
NEW WE^THINSTER, IJ. C.
A lull line of English and Irish
Tweeds and Fancy Trouserings always kept in stock.
?***+***++-+-*-*
��� ���      4.  Q. U.  W.
Delta Lodge, No. 12 meets first
and third Tuesdays of each month
in Oddfellows' Hall...
W. C. Pybus, M.W.
Geo. R. MANlsiiX., Recorder.,
Friends of Mrs. Whi. Pybus will
be pleased to. learn, that she is able
to be up and around again after a
protracted illness.
Mesdapies Albertson and Gil-
more ^nd Messrs. F. Ifeiijklarjfjd and
Robertson, of Westham Island, ��e-
tUtned home yesterday.
The Lord Bishop of New Westminster will be in Ladner for the
rijbe ot Confirmation in All Saints'
Church either on Sunday the 5th
or i��th oi February.
TO OUR SCHOOL TEACHERS
Jjears the Government of the province has remained continuously in
the hands of one political party and
that stich a lengthy tenure of
office is not conducive to the best
���UMlfare of any country has been
t^jwu by the events of the last few
years in Ontario under. Liberal rule.
The parti-became stale, the, administration grew lax and feeble aud to
maintain itself iu power the Government b'^ to'resort tp, shifts which
called forth condemnation, rrom all
rig"ht thinking; people. Scandal succeeded scandal iii rapid succession
during,the last five years until Lib
eralisra' iu Ontario became a by-
�����        ,       *     ' ,'}    K:t .  ���    .1  Jl
word and a reproach,
A feature of the. election results
is the fact that every member returned belongs to w\e ototherof the
5wo great parties. A score or, so of
'ndep-Mideuts, Kocialtsts, Labor and
ljrohi^yioii, ��aaa^<l8t|es^ were iu the
field, but not oue succeeded in gaining a seat.
Sujnjning np the. results, the Conservatives, according: tOs latent re-
- .Its, have gained 24 seats and the
it^-raft- two.���Net*|r8**Advertiser.
We are going to give afsftschol
arship in the Vancouver Business
College to the boy or girl, in the.
senior divisions of our distriet
schools, who brings in the greatest
number of new cash subscribers,
and who contributes tbe best and
most descriptive article on the.
"Uelta.'' Intet}dj.ng cojupetitoss to
Send-in their, nances by Fehrusry i,
toos. Said competitors to act as
correspondent for- his or her portion
fet the, disiript during top prewnt.
year.
Wc have taken this step to en
courage the young people in the
art of composition, and  to take an
interest in their home paper.
1.0.0 f,
Dellja Lodge, N<��. 21.���Thertgu-
lar meeti-ngs of this Lodge are held
every Wednesday evening at 8 p.
in. Visiting Brethren cordially invited to attend. '
W. R. E��.t,i*s. N.O.
Dr. A. A. King, Sec.
C. O. F.
The, above Order has removal, to
the' Oddfellows' Bvdldftig, where it
will meet in future on the Second
a?td Last Tljujidays of each month.
A. YORKE, C. R.
I. HUME, R,S.;
W. N, Draper,
-fi-RaVINOIAl, LANU STRVEYCKg,
Roopi ��j ElUr^d,Block, New Wrtt.tuinatcr.
FOR SALE.
Oedar Shakes, Fence Posts, Drain
Boards and Barn Posts.
Apply to
F. C. CLINE,
Alluvia (Mud Bay)
Notice.
CROUP.
The. peculiar cough, wl-jph indicates croup, is usually well known
to the mothers of dpupy children.
No time should be lost in the treatment of it, and for this purpose np
medicine has received more universal approval than. Chamberlain's
Cptfgh temedy.^-jjoj; ��^^y FT"J.
MacKttzie;
THE MITCHELL* ROAD.
During the. te|m <4.office of the
h^p. Cijunci^ ypi, ^ad occa^ipn to
.(raw tfieiiv attentibn' tp the(con4j-,,-^
tion.. 0^t% Pitc%^ *r* Trnte\ i;qat.!   ^
to Wesi^nwiter, without very much
^cces*;':  fy* W*^0^'. d^:iC'.��
oe'ssar^:te> direct th^at^ntiqn ofthe
j}iesenf'Ce>Bn<;il to, tiie* most "de-
iigbtfuss*' coodftibn of a%irs exist
fZ t*bj-:fe tp-dav.       f4
*���%***** **$*+* .,x +m<m<
' fiorse Goods I
Our Hvmi aod gone PurnkMnia 11
' tl.*VrA'ong prtyed riuib.ie, and they arc ''
,    boflt uot uvaly lir.atyt. Hut Dor
1
'i
5!
RliPAUilN^, A SPECIALTY, J [
HUQH Wsk)WEjyu,jf
LADiyEK. B. C )l\
Public Notice is hereby given
that any person found removing
sand or other material off the old
Cemetery Rpad, Sec. 11, Tp. 5, o��
Boundary Bay Road wiU be prose-,
cuted.
By order.
N-., A.. McDIARMID,
C.M.C.
Ladneit, B. C., Dec. 28, 1904..,
J. HENLEY
NKW WESTMINSTER,    !
Manufacturer*) of all kindaol
B. C.
JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor. 1
No. io. - *
. -������ Telephone " Ladner
QELTA TINSMITH 5HOP
The Plaoe fer Tinsmithing, Bath JTuba, Stove
Pipe, Conductor Pipe, Roof Plates, and Everything Else in This Line.
��*> Soda Water, Ginger ���*
"     Ate and Summer .��,
CM?inks. 4.
I       Your patronage solicited \
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Notary Public,
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Ladner, B. G.
PurcliMtae Aitent
Brackman-Ker Milling Co.
Ll^JlUd.
Fashion Stables*
Ttucking and Draying.
Livery work of all kinds attended to promptly,
Wm* Alexander
Ladner. 1. C.
NOTICE.
FINAL WARNING.
Owing to disregard of posted
notices, by sportsmen and. others,,
and the danger to life and stock
through irresponsible parties shooting, I will prosecute, without exception, all parties trespassing on
the ''Hazel Grove F%.m" (Kirkland Estate), alter this date.
W. A. KIRKLAND.
'   Ladner, B. C., Nov. 26, '04.
Agent for.
Gurney Foundry Co.'s Stoves, .
P. D. Dod's Mixed PaiaW
Yoho Bath Heater.
JtsWt tha thing for making water hot for washing dairy
utensils, scalding hogs, c�� for Wash day. Every
Farmer's Wife Should Have One.
ROBT. MAY,
Westham Street,
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tadner, B. C,
Box 4
Tel. 17
People's Heat Market
A Full Supply of Fresh and Plckltid.
Meats, Fifth & Poultry kept on hand.
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STOKES &
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HAZEUWERE LUMBER CO.
Manufacturers of all kinds of FbwtwQlasa
Rough and Dressed Liuoaber.
We eau deliver tQ any point <_u the Railroad in Delta*
Our Price la Right. Wo Oan Snve Yon Moony.
Drop Us n kino, Our Agont WM GaM on You
CALL AT
..Stainfon's..
AMD SJ'IE   TH* NKW-
FAR&f SCALES,
INCUBATORS^
FANNU1H MILLS,
;aj$all kinds of farnuhg
TAILORING
Clotkca Attend. Cleaned and Repaired.
P.rcelaUe at W. I.. McBckle'a store and A. Walker's and the Delta Times office will be called
for on Monday and rctiumed on Saturday.
Q. W*. WALKER.
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PJJ5- 1^ GASOIjp-S. LAMP^
ARE NOW 4N:i     *
CALL AND. SEE THEMi.;
No, Qeneratieg., they L>g^ V^iJJx
a Match.
Buy Direct
and   Save   Agent's  Commission
Thousand*, of Fruit and Ornamental Trees. Rhododendrons
Roses, OreenhoMse and Hardy
Plnnijss
l?or .Spring Planning
AU acclimated stock. Dug and
shipped direct to the planter
vyijkhout . bt-*.iug transported
thousands oi* miles and then
fumigated (and consequently
damaged) before delivery,
H((*me Grown *nd Imported
Garden, Field & Flower Seeds
always in stock i^, t^easpn,, qn$
tested as to vitality. Eastern
prices or lesa,. Woifc i��hor.
Fertilizers, Bee Hives' and
supplies,   Flps^al Dt^ign^.
CaUlpgue Free,     M. J'h^^Y,.
3010:" Westminster    RoadK
Vancouver, B., C.0j
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GEO* M* THRIFT, Manager*
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Xmas.
A Full Line of XMAS PEELS,
NUTS,   FRUITS,   CANDIES,
tar--AJSO. % QoM Um <&*
Toys,
Games 9,nd Ch\m. Sftit^ble fo*
Presenta,
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��� ,-���   ��� **��� f.-. * .THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY, JANUARY 28-,  190
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Shoes
for
Their Value
It Is time tor our GremiAnnual Shoe Clear'
anoe Sale and ihe Shoes Must Go.
This   Great  Shoe   Sale
BEGINS   ON
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WEDNESDAY, FED.   I,   WOS,
And will continue for at least TWO WEEKS.
We* shall throw our Entire Stock upon the Market RESERVING NOTHING and flooding the community with the Greatest
Shoe Bargains the People have ever known.
It is a Sale that will pack our Store with eager buyers from start to finish.
YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS IT, nor can you afford to wait and take what is left.
COME .EARLY���We shall carry nothing over.
EVERY SHOE IN THE HOUSE included in this Sale, no matter what make.
It will pay every resident of Delta to visit this Sale.    TALK IT UP.
RBMEMBER-This Sale will be genuine and the greatest in the History of Our Business.
WM. JOHNSTON'S
Big Shoe House,
Columbia Street,
New Westminster, B. C.
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m*m THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY JWTAKY 28, too,
BORN.
PARROCII���Qu   Jan.    22nd,   to I
Mr. ind Mrs. J. S. II. Darroch.
of Kamloops, lLC, a sou.
"LOCAJi news. I
Tbe femoas Rock Bay Lobsters,
Oysters' etc.���City Bakery.
i tend the sale and secure the Greatest Ss-io. Bargains of their lives.
Mrs. B. S. Thomas left this week
for au extende 1 visit to Vancouver, j
Mrs. P. Riplinger arrived home
on Wednesday evening's boat.
Wm. Stokes, we are pleased to
State, returned homi yesterday.
Jas. Nelson has sold his property
to Jas. Pont, florist, of Vancouver.
Mrs. (Dr.) Woodley returned
bome on Wednesday evening's
bout.	
Jas. Nelson and W. R. Ellis called on us and renewed their subscriptions.
G. Rae, Reeve of South Vancouver, was tlie guest, yesterday, of
the .Squire.
A. R. Leary has purchased 6c
seres of land behind John Holmes,
j;i liast Delta.
Dr. A. A. King and wife returned home on Saturday last. We are
pleased to se�� the doctor around
again, though he is somewhat
smaller.
Mrs. Wm. Arthur returned to
Vancouver on Thursday, b��:r son
having so far recovered as to be
able to be up. Bert expects to go
to Vancouver next week.
You can obtain a bottle of Beef,
Iron and Wine or a bottle of Peruvian Tonic at MacKenzie's Drug
Store that will take away all bad
after effects of that aggravating"
cold.
The annual meeting of the Delta
Creamery Co. will be keid in the
Town Hall, Ladner, on February
8th, at 3 p.m. Immediately after
the Creamery meeting, tlie annual
meeting ot the Delta Agricultural
Society will take place in the same
hall.
A complete stock of Heiutz
Pickles. Catsup and Relishes at the
City Bakery.
Mrs. C. F. Green was among the
Transfer's passengers up river on
Thursday morning.
D. McLean joined the happy
band last week. It is a girl; mother and child are doing well.
There will be a meeting of the
Mission Band in the Baptist Church
on Sunday, Feb. 4th, at 3:15 p.m.
Harvey Creech and wife returned
home on Monday after spending a
couple days in Vancouver, visiting
friends.
H. McCormick returned home on
Thursday evening Irom Vancouver,
where he h��s been for a few days
pn business.
Reeve W. H. Ladner and wife
spent a few days iu Victoria, dur-
jng the past week, returning on
Tuesday last;.
Thos. Shortreed returned home
on Tuesday, alter spending a few
days fa Vancouver on business and
pleasure bent.
W. Longhead and bride, of Mark-
dale, Qp^��� arrived op Friday,. 20th
inst., and were the guests of W, R.
and Mrs. Ellis.
Mrs. Clark, our popular dressmaker, left, on Tuesday, ior Van
pouver, where she   will  spend  a
pouple of weeks resting.
H. J. Kirkland and Miss Kirk-
jami left pn Monday last, the former tq S<?aU(e on business, and the
lattej- tQ Westruijistef on a visit.
P. C. Eyton has purchased the
38 acres behind the Gut Anders- n
property (now occupied by J. Ellis)
from J,,P. Follis. We understand
Mr. Fpiljs it* about settling near
Mrs. Deyereau^'s, on Slough road.
A|teatiqn is cjrawn to the ad-
vertisement of Johnston's Big Shoe
JfouseS-fqf -^ew Westminster, in
ajrhich^they jounce the coiu-
fnenceq-sent, on Wednesday next,
pt the l|f-e****-8,1 plearance Sljoe Sale
in thej| history of their business."
Kve*yi|h{*e in their store is included andflhe people of Delta will be
Wj$Jtfb*.n| *ffionf tt�� first 19 at=
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B. C ELECTRIC CO.
The B. C. Electric Co. have taken
over the Lulu Island Railway, and
by June will run an hourly tram-
car service between Vancouver and
Steveston. We understand that a
boat service, connecting Guichou
and Laduer with Steveston will be
introduced at the same time. F. R.
Glover, local manager, will be in
attendance upon the Council to-day
to propound a system ot electric
lighting.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
This preparation is intended especially for coughs, colds, croup,
whooping cough and influenza. It
has become famous for its cures of
these diseases over a large part of
the civilized world. The most flattering testimonials have been received, giving accounts of its good
works; of the aggravating and persistent coughs it has cured; of severe
colds tbat have yielded promptly to
its soothing effects, and of dangerous attacks of croup it has cured,
often saving the life of the child.
The extensive use of it for whooping cough, has shown that it robs
tbat disease of dangerous results. It
is especially prized by mothers because it contains nothing injurious
tnd there is not the least danger in
jiving it even to babies. It always
cures and cures quickly.���Sold by
F. J. Mar-Kenzie.
Found.
On Wednesday, the 25th inst., at
Mud Bay, a small Boom of Logs.
For further particulars apply to
T. NICOLICH.
Port Guichon.
For Sale.
A number of Fine, Purebred
White Wyandottes and Buff Orpington Cockerels for mating.
H. T* KIRKLAND.
VIOLIN INSTRUCTION.
Miss Vaughan, violinist, will
teacb at Ladner every Friday and
Saturday. Studio at Mrs. W. Mac-
Crea's, Westham Street.
For terms, etc., apply at Studio.
For Sale.
WATCH  THIS SPACE:
From time to time it will tell you about our School.
There are a few points about it we would like to
impress on you now :
1. It is a member of the Business Educators' Association of Canada, which includes  17 schools.
2. Its Principal has had 13 years' experience
teaching and m oftce work.
3. The Principal is a member of The Institute of
Accountants of B.C., which is now applying fo." a charter,
This connection will give our School a prest-ge w'th office managers throughout the Province.
4. It has a specially Qualified expert pc: man to
teach writing. He is from the famous "Zanerau" College of Columbus, O.
5. The teacher of shorthand has had a great deal
of practical office experience as well as teaching experience.
Look for our next change of Advertisement.
Fresh and Salt Fish at McBMDFS Daily���
OolachanSj Salmon, Cod, Halibut* Mackerel,
Herring and
4^t*aii r innan Haddie and
Smoked Salmon.
Vancouver   BM&iness   College
Limited,
149 Haatiugs Street,    -    -    -    Opposite Province Office.
D. K. ELLIOTT, Principal.
Capital and Surplu3
OVER  SIX  MILLION DOLLARS*
Savings Bank Accounts Solicited.   Deposits of $1
and upwards received and Interest Allowed at Highest Current Rates.
Deposit Vault
Free to oustomers.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Incorporated 186V.
H. K. WRIGHT, Manager,     -     LADNER, B. C.
Camp Hope
Lumber
9
East Delta
For Good Cedar Drain Lumber, Planking,
Etc., Try Us.
$6 per M.
G. O. Dennis,
East Delta.
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VERY  DBSIRApLK   RESIDENCE.
A 9-_^<yr-med House apd Four
Lots, on Georgia Street.
This is a very desirable property
for anyone wishing to live iu town. >
For further particulars apply to
Awarded Gold Medal at World's Columbian and  Mid-Winter
Expositions for Highest Grade of Rolled Oats.
the Brackman-Ker
milling <��, Lti
Head Office:
VICTORIA, B. C.
Branches:
NEW WESTMINSTER,
VANCOUVER, NELSON.
ROSSLAND and STRATH-
CONA.
.Mills:
VICTORIA. NEW WESTMINSTER,    EDMONTON.
Elevators:
At all principal  points on
Calgary and Edmonton R. R._
Manufacturers of Cerent F��od��, Extra Cieam Rolled Oats, Oatmeal, Graham Flour,
rearl Barley, Split real, Chopped and Mixed Feed*.
Dealers in Flour, Bran, Shorts, Hay, (".rain and all kinds of Farm Produce.
H. N. RICH,
Purchasing Agent,        $g        LADNER, B. C.
Phone Us,
Order from the Wagon or Call, Your Orders shall have Our Frompt Attention.
W. L. McBRIDE,
Phone f.
Po.t Guic'ior.
- McKLE BROS. -
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Wish their many Patrons the
Compliments of the Season..**
Delta Meat Market
Clearing Sale
Now On!
In order to make room for our New Spring Goods
we are making some startling reductions which will continue for 15 days from the :*5_k irjst.'      ' ..
Come, See and be Convineeds    '*  .. >
W. E. SINCLAIR
^35e Leading
Shbe Store
New Westminster.
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At nominal cost, private individuals ot business
men can put their important papers and valuables ia*�����
secure and convenient place.
This is a boon to those who do not possess a safe,
and to families traveliiug.
These boxes are accessible during all business hours
to the renter, who holds the key.
RATES :   $1.50 per year.
Westminster Trust & Safe Deposit Co., Limited.,
Authorized Capital, $25,000. **���
DEPOSIT VAULTS AT THE OFFICE OF
F. J. HART & CO.*
New Westminster, B. C.
Just Received*
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A Large Stock of Buggies,
Plows, Boot Outtertfc
Hay Cutters, Erasilaga
Cuttera, Ete^ at
Q. T. BAKER'S N��� ?���***�����>���*���'���
Andrew Clausen,
Ladies' Chatelaine Watches from %  up.   *���*.'
Ladies' Gold Watches from %1   up.
Out Glass, Silverware and aU khuis of Jew*.
elry at .EASTERN P.RIO.ES.
Jeweller, (Etc.,Etc.
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