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The Delta Times Jun 17, 1905

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V   . 2. No.
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$1.00 yea
Black Cat Brand
Nihlcago* Kenosha
jsHotiery Company
Kenosha, Wis.
fist ll
Last evening ilu* good ipeo-ple ��f
���   I p their
The  funeral   took place, yesteff-i
day, a! Boundary Bay Cemetery, of] East   Delln.  gave  a \xea
,  j Mis.  W.   W.   Rogerson,  aged   70] friends which will be  ion.,-  re*.��m-
Delta Council met in the Council peare* who died in Jubilee Hospital, bered by those fortunate enough to
Chamber, on Saturday last,   jUIlc7 Victoria, on thc .31b inst. ; attend.    It was a splendid  evening
10, at 2 p.m.    All members except
Chicago Kenosha Hotitry Co.
Kls.-sVallA, WM.
the  Reeve  being  present.     Coun.
Paterson was voted to tl _ chair.
Minutes of the previous  meeting
fo:- tlie occasion, the nioois being at
iS��full and the air calm and stilj,
which made the drive  to and from
Two Styles are especially recommended to every mother who wants | were read and confirmed
i to save constant darning and whp wants to make the stocking money ��c
[farthest :
From C. H. Richardson,   notify-
j ing Council that deed for  wharl on
Mrs  Rogerso 1 came here abcu*
two  years   ago, ancl  leaves a 'luis
band and   two  children, a ^-011 and
I daughter, both .r-f whom  are .mar-, ,..,-.
... ,       , ,, very delightful.    A very large num-
-v:ed, to mourn her  loss.    Rer fon, 1 �� *������  ������*
J. Rogersotj, resides on the Gowdy | ber attended so tbat standing room
road, while  her  daughter. Mrs. J. '-was at a premium, nevertheless, lie
Cliff, is a resident of Boston, Mass. | excellent programme a-oaply lepaid
Among  tlie  floral  tributes were j auy  inconvenience ���suffered, to say
[Style No. 15 for Boys-
Triple knees double heels .and toes���regular '"Leather Stockings
Ithe following: Wreaths���From the j nothing  of the Ice  cream, straw-
Atinacis   Island   would  be  passed, grand  children,   Mrs.    King,   Mr.  bsrries,   Uc-  which  were   of  the
over on ihe piryinent of -$150.   The[aud Mrs_ Benson, Mrs. E. Fenton, ifinest.
Clerk was authorized to complete Mlg- ^  Miss j..  Smith, Mr. and i    The  following programme   was
I Mrs. A.  R.  Leary;  cross, Mrs.'J, | well carried out   under   the  able*.
I the saL.
From   A.
[Style No. 1Q for GirJs=
Lighter in weight, but woven to give lasting satisfaction.
Children's Navy Jerseys, sizes 20 to 32. from 40c. up.
Bathing Suits-
A complete range -of Bathing Suits, in ^combination and two piece
!     .-.����,   ^.   H.   F,   Mason,   com-| B Sutherby; crescent, Miss R. Mc-! chairmanship of Rev. J. F. Betts:
i plaining of damage done  to  ceiue- j Donald; ^ Mrs s_ Brodie; spray_,     Il]Struraenta] ^ Mrs_ and MUs
|tarylo7    Received and   the  Clerk | Mr<  and  Mrs   Pater90n.   bouquet,] Ladner; song, Allan Seymour, this
'' Mrs. M. E. Wharton
ly reply that the  matter would  be
attended   to.
The Revenue By-law  passed  its
second reading.
Philip   FewSter   was   giving   a
hearing   regarding   the    introduction of a flour mill and elevator for;
Vancouver.    The  proposition  was
laid over until next meeting.
On motion'Sam  Gray  was ap-
Point Roberts.
number was encered and responded
to; recitation, ��� Ogilvie:;
song, Mrs. Connors, accompanied by 'Mrs.I'Ladncr, thia was also
*ncore'd aud ��� responded to;   instru-
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   mental duet, Mrs. and Miss Ladner;;
The good folks at Point Roberts! s01sgi wit'i characters, Mrs. Honey-
i itend having a grand celebration: man tang, *.vhile nhere were nine
Mere   again  this year.    Mr.  Mc-, young ladi* and gentlemen on the
stage representative ef the song,
which produced roars of laughter;
pointed to look  alter  clearing  the * Hyw  came  over on   Wednesday
Scoaroud. . With power to make  arrangements
The repairing of the Slough roads] with the Ladner Cornet P.and as _
:vvas lelt in the hands of Coun. also to induce our boys-to go over').
Davie; G. H. Main  road to Coun. j and play a game  of baseball.
Gibnie;   Delta street to  Coun.   Pat-1     Following is the programme as it
ers in.
reciuiio.i. Dr.  King;   song,   Allan
Seymour; song, Mrs. Connors, encore; song, -���Ogilvie, accompanied
by Allan Johnson.
__.__^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_,        Allan *Seymour was not heard to
-.,    r.  , ..    ,     t  .   ,     .      wi"  ��&*** on  the  ^Ster; *^advantage,  last-night, as  he  was
1 he Clerk was instructed  to  i,-;!,su,d   next    week:    Parade-Fdr! taken ffl on ^ way down.
form  J.  j.Monkinau   to remove; features in the parade $2,  will  be:     Mrs. Connorg fa  fi���e voice
al  wood off the McDonald road U&.jbj.ted in prizes as follows: Best LJ night mad. djd adtniraWy,
within   two weeks. ^orated vehicle.** and $2; best de-      The whole mm< ^ mucU
1 he   Reeve,  Finance C ommittee coratea r!V!lch rig , locan $5 and $i.\ a iated ^ ^  ,adies  h>y.
J and Clerk were authorized to sign a   best decorated man or boy's bicycle j ch 0, fte  affi.._  ar_ t0 j^ cw.
promissory   note  in   favor ofthe $2 ^ do, lady.Vg, J.,^; & repre- gratulated on the. successful manner
Royal Bank ior the sum of j5i5oo.     sentation, $5 and $2.50; do,  comic, j ������ wfa*ch jt wa_ carried
I     'i'he   following    accounts    were  j,5.   2,   Music.   3,   Address, Kenry!
, passed and cheques  issued:   R.   F. 1 Teller.   4,   Music.   5.   Reading ofj ���      -:'
Handford, $90;  Ah J*im, ft.50 D.' Declaratiou   of   Independence,    7
[Woodward, $500; Gilley Bros. HH Patriotic .Song. 7. Music.
Stotes and Culils, ft.65', G. T. Bak-1     The afternoon exercises will be
We -have the best Une of overalls in town.   "Our Special" 9oz. Grey ier- $,y/oo; ,T" R; p"terson- /I0; i gi" at v.i5 p. m. sharp, when the
c .   J   Sam Gray, $1; T. J.   lrapp,  $450 following events will be run off: Fall
V/. H. Taylor,'$20.55:  L.   Monk- man-s raCe; too*yards dash;   boy's      The  Methodist   Sunday School
P.   Dorotich,   $i6;;Tace;    silps   race;     greased   pjo. jllUend holdlng their annual picnic
[Summer Coats-
Men's Alpaca Coats i? Black and Grey, .all .sizes, $-1-90 each
Doiift 'forget thegarden party on
I Wednesday ijex':.l-*<ji;hfafteTnoon a.ud
I evening.
PantSj every seam cioubilie sewn, hand GnMied bottoms, and made
large, sizes 32 i�� 46, at $1,00 a ��air.
The .Royal Purple Shoe for Women*,
Marshall Smit
l man,   ,V7).2
SQuong Tong Chong, $55.50;  Joe, | for
i-j*22.5o; L.  Hornby,  ��54.70; Sing,
I $144; Edgar Fenton ��20;   Muskrat
i account, 550.
The Council  then  adjourned  to
meet again on Friday June 23rd, at
| 2. p. m.
basjebali at Boundary   Bay, ���Q.n -Dominion
day uejf4:.
Westham I si and.
H. Trim made a business visit to
Texada Island this week. Miss   Phillips,   of   Langley
Miss M. Kirkland is home from I visiting   her   sister,   Mrs.   W
Columbian College for her'nolidav s.! Hadden. 	
       ouly ;	
Laduer versus Point Roberts,
game called at 2.30 p. m. Cash
prizes will be given lor the above.   ,     Mrs< lJ; R Betts spent a fcw day8
In the evening there will be a I iu tlje:Royaj city.this week. Har-
dance in the New Club Hall. Grand j old accompanied his. mother up and
march at 0:15. win feniain tnere for ^^g .,imei
With tills  programme  and  fine!
weather there-should be uo difficulty I "        *        '""=
in enjoying a good day's sport.   AI     R. E. Kittson dVove t�� tbe."Roy-^1
large.crowd from.Delta is expected.' city .for Allan Seymour, yesterday.
                j Mr.   Seymour ..was i.tihe ;gu��st of
the   ex-Reeve during hit, *stay on
the Delta.
The Band boys lost .11) time in
'initiating their new band stand on
^Wednesday evening. Tbtsy certainly favored the public with a
k-��:i#- musical programme, gud, judging from the enthusiasm, the music
was   much   appreciated.   This   is]
[ 4tn   innovation   along .the line  of |
' 1
The   following programme was
provided, on Wednesday last: jMarch,
Sword  of Honour;   wa'.tz,   Sweet
Eleanor; cake walk, .Colored Belles;
scottische,.Little Sunbeam:   march,
Sergeant-at-Arm**;     waltz,   Xpve's
Messenger; two step, College Girls;
,oveitare. .Niipbf; march U. S.  Blue
Jackets; quadrille,   Queen ����f the
Ball; march, Golf Club; God Save
gibe King.
The second sale in the abovje
yard will be held ou Wednesday
next at 2 o'clock. Full particulars
of stock to be sold appears in our
advertising .columns. A full attendance is expected of local and
outside parties.
Sprained  Ankle,   Stiff  Neck,  Lame
These are three common ailments
for which jCliamherlaiu's Pain Balm-
is especially valuable. If promptly
applied it will save yon time, money
Mid suffering when troubled with
any one of those ailments. For s,ile
hy T- J.  Mackenzie.
  E W.  R. Savage returned ou  Mon-
LACROSSE TEAM   VOK.   24TH.  day from a holiday trip to Victoria
.   .._ 1 and the cities of the Sound.
Don't forget Friday 23rd inst.
AU lacrosse players ere requested
to turn out to practice Monday and
Wednesday evenings, to put on the	
���finishing touches for the game on      Don't forgeUhe Festival Monday I bu
the   24th.    The   following   is  tie evening.
probable   line   up:    Goal,   Frank ~
L^rUichou; point, J.  Guichon;  coyer      Mrs.   Smith
C.C.,Fisher, Government Agenjt,
The Band .will play at the vicar- j a'ccortpanie.tl'irw^b^irijtwo children
age-grounds on -Wednesday even- droyc dovni   for tike   E-at-it DeUa
ing next. I social and were the guests of Johp;
  I Honeyman and wile.
P'rank   Kirkland.   of   Westham! , ., ,^..   ,���^_
I-.laud,   was  in town to-day on  a1
uess visit.
Mrs. W. Hume, of Arkell, Oht^.
arrived here, on  Thursday,   on -a
W. H. Smith is  opening *p his|christ, Mrs.jJ:--Storey, I. Hume'ai<d
returned '.store at Boundary  Bay   with a full T.   Hume.     Mrs.   Hume,  though
Montiii-y,  June   19, Oddfellows'
point, P. Shirley: defence, F. MacKenzie, Dr. VV'oodley, H. Guichon
centre, W. H. Wilson; home, C.
���Bugg, L. Kerfoot,-li. Barber; outside home, W. H. Sniith; inside
home, J. t'.-Macpherson.
home on Tu *sday.
line of Campers' .Supplies.
well up in  years, travelled alotj*
and enjoyed the tlrip immensely.
H. N. Rich  ro le
couver on Wednesd
over  to   Van-
Marshall Smith spent a few days
iu the Termiiif.l City, this week,
leaving here.*en  Tuesday by the
Watson   Miller,   of    Columbian
College, spent Sundav in town.
A j'Uvenik progilistic-enoouhter
took place Monday.evening, on the
   lacrosse  field  .jtfter   the  team had
1 retired, which-resulted.' in sore noses
Thereistobe a  social dance in i and muscles.   'Ifee contestants ex-
J. Saint,   of Columbian   College.
spent a  few days, this week, visit-                                    " ' the Town K-.ill. on Friday evening, i pert to bave^nother round or  tvro
ing his: col leg-: chum,   Gus  Dever-      Mr. Melntyre, o'" Point Roberts i The Committee  in  charge are:   C. j after- thc sore has worn off. Conduct
eaux-    <j''s.'S houre for -the holiday was in* town this week  on a  busi* j Arthur, M. McConnel and'L.  Ker-' it fairly boys don't strike eachjotlgar
season,                                              i ness,visit. i foot.    This should be all,right.        ,^'hen dow;i7 \m
Subscription, $1,00 per y��ar.
A.  O. 'U.- AV..
j    According to tbe following  paragraph, taken from the  Columbian.
one would think   tlie   Westminster'
.cesnni Advertisemeou. io cents per line im | milln'en  ar? afraid of rempetition. j
,ihe SrsllBS-itioa. and s tents per line lor ctcIi.
subsKqueut insertion.    The   mimhrr   ol   lines | \\-hell tbey Sdld    lllllioer   here tllt'V
reckoned by the space occupied, 12 lines to the
,Sch. I ate permitted to unload at the pub-
Why discriminate ?
'carrying i
Delta" I.Odge, No. u insets first
and third Tiie. .::r.vs pL-each month
in Oddfellows' Hall.'..' ;.'.'.._:.
W. C. Pybds, M.W.
Geo. R. Maxlky, Recorder.
Kntes torCommerrial Advertisements can be 1 j;. w;;;irf
had ou application at this office.
It seems almost like
Heading aoticet fe cents per line (or each Insertion,
Birth and Death notices, 50c., Marriages $i.��o.
Any special aotice, the object ol wliich is to
promote the pecuniary benefit of any individual
jar company, to be considered an advertisement
��n,l charged accordingly.
All advertisements charged for until ordered
.eat and paid lor.
Correspondence Invited on matters ol public I Llltld'S COOperage    Oil    froill    Street.
taicresi.   Communications to editor must be ac- . .
cempanied by name of writer, not necessarily 1 IhlS Was being being   Unloaded   at
f��r publication, but as evidence of good faith !
_r r ._ __. .\n s s. .1.:-....... 1... Ti.nr.
Delta Lodge, No. 21.���The regular meetings of this Lodge are held
coals to Newcastle," to see lumber | every Wednesday evening at 8 p.
shipped to New Westminster, bit|m. Visiting Brethren cordially in-
there arrived to-day from Grant &  vited to attend
Kerr's mill at Ladner, per  steamer
str. Pheasant,   6,000  leet  for   Mr.
Correspondence must reach this office by Thurs-
i��j evening,
Geo. R. Manlbv.
the old ferry wharf when the op-
peration was stopped by the city
and the balance of the lumber was
discharged at the B. ei. K. wharf.
W. R. Ellis. N.G.
Dr. A. A.  King,  Se:.
SATCKDAY, JUNIS 17.   I9<>5.^ Little    T,;va,    daugllter    of   Wlll
^       .''*''.'���"    ���'    '  ��� ��� 1 Walters of Port Guichon is laid up
We are making arrangements for j wit_, an aUack of pneumonia.   Miss
an up-to-date serial which we hope i Calhoun was called in on Wednesday, and it is hoped the little sufferer will soon recover.
C. 0. 17
Court Fraser No. 39.S, meets in
Oddfellows'  Hall, second  and last
j Thursday evenings of each  month
at  8  o'clock.      Visiting  Brethren
���jvill interest our readers.
''"Ss tk
��� a re }
���We aw pleased to note the disposition made by tbe Couucil of the
Two young men were di owned
at Squamish, last week. A young
man named Kilgour accidently  fe'l
,      , _,     ..rr      .: into the river, and  his  companion,
work to be done on the different! ..,,,���
i Arthur bulk, went to his assistance
streets and roads. It is also very
grrtifying; to note the manner in
which the woek is being done on
P-lta street, namely removing the
Aid, dilapidated planking and putting down macadam. In order to
form a foundation, brush has been
lai-l down with a heavy coat of sand
on the top ot which a heavy dres -
���iqg of crushed rock is put, the road
roller finishing off the whole by
���ettling everything down into a
Solid mass.
This is another piece of work!
���jrhich will assist materially in sav-1
jng the large annual expense ofj
repairs. But while the -pparaUvs'i
is in good running order, we think j
it would be wise to continue the j
Work through to Westham street |
instead of wasting auy more money |
,on patchwork.
- V
We have been misunderstocd, by
some, as having advocated the use
pf ph,u.king on Delta street instead
pf mapadarn. The objection was
fQ the ditch which has invariably
accompanied the macadamized
roads, and the business men are
taxed sufficiently high without hay**
.ing to stand the expense of building
bridges to permit their patrons to
enter their stores. i
No, gentlemen \ We stand for
permanent road wqrk of the very
best kind, uuaccompanied by a
panal system such as we see on the
Trunk rpid.
with the result that both were
drowned. Young Fulk was a nephew
of Mrs. 1). McGregor for whom
much sympathy is felt.
&*��*Hr,*^**��*H**4*'*W','&.i,W,+.W.*,W+' *t- **3-**
i ^
f Horse Goods! $
f      Our   Harness and   Horse  Furnishi
Sfsliave loiig proved reliable, and they
I 'l_i built not only for style but wear. &
' t huqh Mcdowell, *
��� ^,.^.,.'4:,��.^>...i*^.*4��<.>;.;...;4-.t.>(r^.*.t(<.-4.;^.
It should be borne in mind that
every coid weakens the lungs, lowers the vitality and prepare? the
system for the more serious diseases, among whieh .ire the two
greatest destroyers of human life,
pneumonia and consumption.
Cough Remedy
has won ils greal popularity by its
prompt cures of this most common
ailment. It aids expectoration, relieves the lungs and opens the
secretions, effecting a speedy and
permanent cure. It counteracts
any tendency toward pneumonia.
Price 25c, Large Size 5<>c.
���V j Wellington Coal,
' Rosebank Lime,
Portland Cement,
Smithy Coal,
Sewer Pipe, Drain Tile,
McRAE & Co
' j "i-
Delta Transfer Stable
A lull line of Knglish and Irish
Tweeds aud Fancy Trouserings always kept in stock.
Team Work Bone at Speoialiy Low Prises.
SS,..*..��H.*..��.��*..��..J*.��^5��.��^S>^.SV5..��^*..��^**.#S.J..��^*;SS i
���>   NKW WESTMINSTER,    :
���> Manufacturers of all kinds ol
11. C.
Soda Water, Ginger
Ale and Summer
Your patronage solicited
���f Telephone ** Ladner
No. wo.
The Place for Tinsmithing, Bath Tubs, Stove
Pipe, Conductor Pipe, B.oof Plates* and Everything Else in This Line.
Notary Public,
httH mg l \wm Ms
Ladner, B. G.
Purchasing Agent
Brackman=Ker Milling Co
Agent fcr~
Gurney Foundry Co^s Stoves.
P. D. Dod's Mixed Paints.
Yoho Bath Heater.
Just the thing for making water hot for washing dai*ry
utensils, scalding hogs, or for wash day. Every
Farmer's Wife Should Have One.
Westham Street,
Ladner, B. C
I Steam Tug "Flyer" and
Barges tor Hire.
, Okficu: Front St.
Phone 1-6.
New Westminster, B, C.
Manure Spreaders &
Molitaa Plows
take the lead everywhere,
also our	
Ghatham Incubators &
J.T. Stainton
Manufacturers  of all kinds of First-Class
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
We can deliver to any point on tb9 Railroad in Delta.
Our Price lis Right. We Can Save You Money.
Drop Us a Lin��, Gar Agent Wiil Call on You
A first-class joint put up in fir3t-class style
call or send your order to the
Trade Marks
Copyrights &c.
Anyone sending a sketoh end description mn��
'liilcklf asfcrtuin our opinion free whether uu
. .ivtMition is probnbly pntmtable. Cnimmuiif-u-
.niiHHtr.ctlyconfidctit.ul, HANDBOOK on Patents
(int. froo. Oldest ncency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
special notice, without charge, iuthe
Phone 9
GEO* M. THRIFT, Manager.
Ladner, B.C.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive TT^ ���
Fecial notice, without cbnrtre, iuthe m ^ m\ at _a  j*m. a _a v^-
Scientific Jlmerican.  JDUggieS*
\ hnndsomcly Ulnftratert weofclv. T.nrffest rir-
utilaitori of uny Bi-ientltle Journal, '.'firms, %'.\ a
yenr; four months, |L Sold by all newsdenlern.
MUNN &Co.36lB'��^ New Ycrk
Branch Office. 625 F St. W����lilD��ton. D. C.
"Slater   S'.-.oes  at  Sinclair's"
Tliere is only one Slater Shoe with I
the three words 'T.re S ater S toe"
enclosed i" ;t Slate (frame. This
make of shoes is alone in a class by
itself. It stands to-day for all that|
is comfortable,  all   tltat  is  bcautifuL-l
On Wednesday latt Mis-s Davis
entertained tie scholars belonging a,,(1 a" tnat is new in the ari of fin.-|
r-' | ished   footwear.  1  We   are   the   sole1
fohfl:  iroom.   tp stfawbernes   and agents for the city of Xew Westmln-]
pream on the yphopl grounds. Auout stcr for this ^m""* brand
sixty little tots���boys and girls���
were seated on the  lawn  where  a
long table was spread on the grass,
and all had a gqod ttme enjoying
tthe good things \ rwided, consisting
Qf strawberries and creani,   cherries
and cakes of all descriptions.
Miss Davi^ was assisted iii her
Itbors byi Mesdames Woodley,
^ing, Penton, Davis, fiown, Livin-
jtone, and the Misses Carss, Cal-
hoiri, and Grant.
After the little ones had enjoyed
themselyps tq the full and dispersed
to their homes, the qlder chii.drkn
\yere eutertainqd in the Principal's
fopm aad enjoyed themselves per-
^aps eqitally a,$ wfU as the little
During the proceedings Principal
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 Showrooms.
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and Sailor
Hats, Ladies' Skirts, White wear, Etc.,
A Fine Line of Embroidings and
Laces Just Opened,
Don't  forget  the  place
W. E. Sinclair*s and that should be
enough   to   guarantee   the   goods.
Last Wednesday, we put $-'.50003
of these famous shoes it stock and
they are now ready for ymir inspection.
Fishermen too will be glad to
learn that we have received a consignment of those famous Newfoundland fishing boots. Thc boot that
has made jtself famous on the Fraser
This   shoe   retails   for   $S.^o   and   is]
guaranteed waterproof.    Sold only byI
The    l.cvidinjr    Shoe    ht^re    of   New;
Incorporated 1860.
Rock Hose
A General Banking Business Transacted.
li KB.
Deposits of $1 and upwards received and Interest Allowed at Highest Current Rates.
East End, Grand Eorks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Victoria, Chilli-
Two. Pigs strayed onto my prop
Dixon   i*n(l J.   F.   Harrison   took|ert->'  HVmp-  *ilne  nK��>   owner  mayjwack, Ladner, Cumberland,
sc-me spap shois whjch we hope to) have same by proving property.
see the result soon. u.jtc E. B. LADNER.      R.  E.  WALKER, Manager,
H.J.Hutcherson's THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY, J CM. 17, 1505.
Camp Hope
Lumimr Mill
Has fe-aen moved to Beaver Dam, vm the
Scott ro��,d, and is now prepared to supply
all kinds of Rough Fir Lumbar at reasonable prices.
d. 0. Dennis
East D<
Time Table.
IN EFFECT MAY   7, .1003.
Train leaves  Cloverdale .a. :_:ioidays"at 8.30 a!m.
Holy 'Communion,   ist  and 3rd
Sundays, at  11  a.m.    Other Sun-
Cuban  Diarrhoea.
Go.SAMen thhbaos.
p.m. and anrives ;U-T\:rt Guiahotiiit
2:20 p.m.
Train  leave;   Part   Guichon   at
2:40 noon and .arrive*.-itt CloJ/erdal.
at 3o5 ?���:'".
.Morning prayer, r \ r-.m.
���Evensong, .7.po,p,m.
Sunday School at 10 a.m., Friday
evening, Litany and choir practice.
Rev. Canon Hilton, vicar.
'U.S. sol.ieK  w"
during tthe .Spane'i
ifcis    di-sBHWe  ,i_,    :r,
remedies tiavelirile
Mondays and  Fridays oiily.
Plain or Printed
I    Reverend Father Edm. Peytavin,
There are  two through passen- O.M. I.    Services  first and   third
ger trains per day each way to and ' Sunday.of each month at 10:30 a m
from Seattle and  a  mixed  train to i 	
and from Bellibghan_.
. ���-  ,--��� :  it*  Cnh-vl
- :ir  kilo  ���   what '
���1    dial    ".<l;inavy I
���im">T. ��� effect  tniiii I
so much water.    Cuban EliaTrkova is'
almost as  severe  av. 1  dangerous  as!
a  mild  attack of choleras    There is
<*.iic   remedy,   however,   that   cm   always Hie   (kf.cm'e.i   upon   as   will   he':
seen   'by   the    following    certificate]
from Mrs. Minnie Jacobs of Houston
Texas: 'i  hereby certify that Chamberlain's   Colic,   Cholera   and   Diarrhoea  Remedy cured my husband of
a  severe  attack  of Cuban  diarrhoea,
whisk be 'brought home  from  Cuba.
We   had   several adoctors   but   tbey
did liim no good.    One bottle of thi.-
remedy cured him, as our neighbours
Sc/vices lieKtlliOrd's'Dayat^.m.,  will'testify.   1 thank God for s�� val-
ua*ble a medicine.'' i'ur sale by  T. J.
(Westrahifiter Brandhi
Time Table
���Cars tenfe Westminster lor Vancouver at 5.50
and 6,50 a.m. awl .hourly thereafter cutil 11 p.
in.; Sat/iT<layMmUt��uuHoysatii ps-ni
Cars leave Vancouver for '-WettmiiHtsern sit 5.50
uud 6.5b a. tn. and hourly thereafter until io p.
iu.; Saturdays aud Sundays at ti p.m.
We run lir.il-class freilit cdrs between Westminster anil Vancouver and all shipments are
bandied with "flie utmost Mre and delivered to
consignee without delay, Special attention paid
to fruit shipments. ��,ir wagons meet all.boat!
aud trains.   Fonates, etc. apply*.
Traffic Mgr.
** Class meeting, 10.30 a.m. every
Sabbath "School at c p tn
Sunday. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening t,t 8.
Rev. J. F. Betts, pastor.
Services next Lord's Day at iij
���a. m. and 7:30 p.m. i
Sabbath School at 2 p m Mid-'
week meeting on Thursday evening
at 7:30 o'clodk
Pastor P. H. McEwen will preach
at 7:30 p.m. Subject, "An Oppor-
tunity Improved.",."?'!.       '���'<-
Prayer meeting at 8:00 Thursday
evening. Singing -practice at 8:30.,
All cordidlly invited to any or all
There is to be a -puBJic meeting
in the Town Hall on Friday, the
23rd inst., at 7-.30 p.m., for the
purpose 61 discussing the advisability of erecting a flour mill and
ele%*atoriu Vancouver.
According to The -<tcnvmercial'
of Winnipeg, the visible supply 01
oats in the United States and Canada, east ef the Kocky Mountains,
is 7,774,000 huslwls, compared
with 5,102(000 bushels a-.year ago.
A Lady's Coat, at Boundary Bay,
a few days ago. Owner may have
sime by proving property and paying for this advt.    Apply at
Let Us Talk It Over*
ROBT. MAY, Agent,
W. N. Draper,
Raenisj, KUard Block. New Westminster.
For Sale.
A  No. 1   Melotte  Separator,   in
first class condition (owner  is installing larger one, same make).
For further particular? apply to
Crescent Island.
Jurt what  everyone   thould "do.
MrJJ. T. Barber ot trwinvllle, Ga.,
always keeps a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy al hand read? fur instant
use. Attacks of crtlic, cholera morbus and diarrhoea come rai so suddenly that tliere is no time to hunt
a doctor or go to the st*sre for medicine. Mr. Barber says: "I have
tried Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy which "is one
of tht- 'iie-i' medicine*' -I trvvr saw.
I keep a bottle of it in my'loom as
I have had several attacks of colic
and il lias proved to he the best
medicine I ever used."Sold by T. J.
pf,On o.-_cotah moon]
*i~.mifairi-s danee <mi_harooor'by night
(Ooldoi hair iu tha liea-her),
'sStray silken thread* from their dain'y he_4
��Miy h-!>l.T olliig to the flowering lin^
���Or Uie pink-snd pur;il. heather
'(Mine ejus ure blind in the mystic light.
Bnt none tho less 'tis a win.- ..nu sight).
-tThssn morning break����nd tlie fitiritw fiw
i��?-tfH..lamer thread"in the heather),
ISha uisjus'lHod .hints wjt,|, l:|jst'iiing line.
-Like liaijisBtw-Klruji; with ;-o! I una ^lun;
On thu niuk and jcDi-pin ltii_tliu_
.Itiussauies- tluvuds arv all 1 Me,
-Bei ��i'.ue tho le:;. thoy bio h-.::*jis for met
i.Bi when the wind breathus, i ,r auu uw
(.-E(iii:in harps in i:ie lies-lien,
Bweot music ring* f --urj t"' ��� .tny Ktritt.*
And wild and free l.i the m..i:uo:i.v
Through the pi.ik and imrjUti heather
t Never a nolo may rcnell ui.v unr,
liut none the k.-- i   il -,-.-; -m 1'inrt
���i uls Mall -sH^uv.uia
.'ED H-US UF��,
n c n itt o nuiiOLiiiLu
Have you, young man or young woman, ever given the
future any consideration? Are you content to drift nlong us
fyou are with a superficial public school education wliich does
faiot prepare you for earning your living.
There are openings for young men in che business world
his stenographers or tie ks. Women are eligible for the same
'positions, what could you do in such a position? Are you a good j
J'spenntan? Are you rapid aud accurate at figures. Can you us
Lthe typewriter so as to write 40 words per minute? Can youdo
I well the many things that are required to he done in the busi**|
[.uess offices of large cities?
Unless you have taken a course in the above you are uu-
Bfeparel for off.ee work except in a small v*illage. We can
[prepare you for a good position���a position that will in a few
[-months pay for your investment. Some of our lady -graduates are earning 540 a mouth and over. \
Miss VV. K. Smith  receives .go  per  month  from  the
Hastings Shingle sMauufacturing Co., as stenographer. Miss
t Menzie starts for the Yorkshire Guarantee and  Securities t Spring planting.
Corporation at $45.    Several are working for the 'C.   P    R.  Eastern prices or less. White Labor
Any person or persons having
a claim -against the estate of the
late AlexsMitler Fenton must tender
snnie to me on or before the Tenth
day of July, 1905. Claims 'not so
entered will not be recognized.
iln:tli5 solar system thcwu_nalI7l,OOOt,3eft
comets of nil il3.ee.
An. authority on microscope states <th���t
thG.bain.uf * tvouioa con tM)<llsIln(*ul��he(l
bj' its eontittnotion from thnt of a man.
Tlie height of the mountains in the
moon has been measured. One has an altitude of SH, 001) feet, and several are upward of 30.UOO feet in height.
An Instrument for seeing objects under
water has bean invented by a hydrogrnphlc
sityirlneer of Russia. By its aUl thc ix>tt>rm
tl rivwE ��to a depth of fnom Au te -Ou feet
���San bo.distinctly viewed. In the .uxitnii-
ontlonsof wrecks this submarine-telesoupe
ill be of grout sorvle��.
'Tlio,.4imge��'.-(inK)t"nrt*: lihe st otw��*;
Is 98^ ieet,>OTer the Hialto at Venloe.
The greatest strin-turei'ver raised bv the
hand of mnn is the.<pyuuinid of f'lieops,
founded 4,tKK) y.iars iii?).aiMi measuring
740 feet s^uateon tia I_h��,.mh1i ixtxty iii)
ie-.'i Mgb.
Theiiangtng -*g(.rthBS9 *J IBalirlnri-were
.errueoH on   columns.    'J'lic.gardens were
New  Crnn   \T��w  fn   Stftrtr i rflShlOTH   ...HflDICS =Uoo f^t *w*��� eM o��ur 400 feet high.
new   "wTOp    l\OW   tn   SIOCK j ) Xhe amient frumrterraoe to terrace was by
A Hrna Thnt Meile l.li.e. Wnr *%*-**�����>���
Lower I'll Ir lji.��l.i.|*i.
The Presbyterian prints it war itrifcotHte
of an uncunvoution.ul suit lliirerem raiders will read more vt feits 4 :tt<j It. iwsctird-
Iuk te Uieii dlfftfreni bal/its ��T *nrnu, Uu.
all will dad tt Interesting
.Some Americans wh* wereoratMin^.tlK
Atlantic met ln thu caliln on Su/ulay
night to sing hymns. As they sang thn
last hymn, "Jesus, L��vor of My Soul,"
cuoe.!itliem.fcoM7v; an oxoeedlacly rich nn.t
'beautiful .vatce behind him. He 'ixikutl
niiind, and, idtueugh bo did Ml know tlie
face, ho tbougls**, that lie knew the voleu
60, when the uruali: ��*.:ified, he turnul tnuSi
���a.ed the uu if iie had linen in ' hi eirH
war. the man replied ti.ui he hid been a
Confederate uoldiur.
"Were you at such a  plaoe an  such .
.nlglity" askod the llrst num.
"Yes," replied theaeennd men, "and a
curious thing faafipotied thut uight which
this hymn bus recalled to n��r wlad. J
was posted on sentry duty near tfho edge
ef a wood. It was n dark night and veiy
.told, nnd . was* tittle frightened because
tthe enemy wero ��upjx>��*l to be very near.
About midnigfat, whea everything waa
uttlll and �� was .teeilng iMUteslek and luls-
tarublo and -weary, I thougbt tbat I woulM
���comfort inysolf bjr_K**uying atid singing a
syinn. _ remember eliigiiig tltese lines:
"All tny trust on tfct-e Is staid.
All my.help from thee I bring;
'Cover.iny.defenseless bead
With tie shadow of thy wing.
"After   singSuK t-tbat * strnngo penot
came down  upon *_ue, an. through  tba
Jong night I felt no aioro fear."
""Now," said, the other, "listfn to uvy
story: I was a Union soldier und was in
tlio wood that night wltb a party of scouts
I tsuw you standing, although I did nut
*see vmir face. My men had their ritlva
r'(��h��, il uflxirj .j-Hi, waitiuf tiie word te
tlie.'tiut when ���fovsmng,
"fever my defenscles- hoad
Witti tlie shadow of thy wing.
I  said,  ��;��'��. lowur jnm-r ritle*; we will
$0 homo.' "
'��!�����*?������> I lttT ��f *TknM Fool.
t!i is impostdttlo te digest articles of foqd
; ������Diilil they arc rulsittl to a moderately high
; temiNTuture.    Much of the Illness prevo-
I lent in summer would be avoided If peopte
ato warm food, as tbey do in winter.  Deli-
j cute persona  especially should avoid cold
dishes and driuks. They are extremely tui -
i*ing t_ the digestive {lowers and a grerit
{(.draft on tlie vitality.    The human system
jlhiis.b.iKtHBo<:iiuiih ipawer In reserve, and tt
i this..Is uachuusCediln warming up the large
:amount.��!>ficold.food"that'-lmtaken Into tb*
jictoiDaMi< there Is but.little 'luftito-mrsyon
|itb*>other iriroecases'ufsexietonoo.
'A jphysiclnn at -w*ie ��nprt*h��K!. mye
that tar 45  years ba bin scarcely had a
day's illness or an hour's pain, and ibis
I exemption from suffering he attributes to
I an unvarying practice of taking ablate Of
I hot soup three cr tour times n day, wMtar
und summer.   His practice ls largely mflt-
! ronnlltjin. aud if be is tired or overtaxed
be makes  it   ms imperative duty so visit
j tlje nearest flrst class hotel and get jkrfHb
.if thabe��t soup be<oan./liul. iRelKequent-
j ly <taks!s-it-without aocompaniment of any
' sort.    Occasionally a cracker or roll je
, eaten at the same time.
This mnn declare* that, all thlnga being
: equal, be will stake bis reputation on tb��i
: .-theory that nine-tenths of the Intestinal
troubles of ith* aumuior season could be
-iavoided by.the systematic .jum! -frqqB*B>
.vone ot; hob.b*vorBg��*s, or,\M*)i��t ils r<bett*r,
jt*tilsl.es��f.��OMp-*aten as hot as they can bf
.- relished;���Jiew .York Ledger.
HOME GROWN and imported
���Wirolesal-c en'd Retail.
Spend! Prices to Farmers1 Institutes.
Thouauds of Fruit ami Ornamental Trees.
RHODODENDRONS,     l����8_5S.
now glowing in my  Nursaties for
r��.t $30 per mouth and upward.
If you come to us and work hard. If you wat-t -Further
[proof of the way we help to pesition*s write us and we will
'-send you more Mames.
But don't -put off. Every month you delay means one
month's salary lost The sooner you graduate the sooner
���you are in a -position.
Tracking .and Braying.
Livery  work  of all *kmd_ attended: to. promptly
Wm* Alexander
Lndner. ik. c.
If Your Eyes
Bother You
vDightc of .niat<fal��-tMepa, and ee, tit, i'ltthast
; ��������,a' larrn Tr^rmr,;.
Cot R*r ttaa��.
Tb* women of Fri'tich OaS*Kan bouta
Isolds work thomsolves oot sooner thnn
tho men, who, nsa rulo, tnnrry again very
njuickly.    A��^H,.toe, oougldori it a di*
mieme. Im Mse-teo.
'Tlie principal reason  thnt houses o*��-
.: not be built rapidly in Mexico Is that tha
! walls are always made very tsUsfcln order
Tto witibstaifc'. 1 the. occaaionai ealth*>4__i|*
'shocks,   tin the thin walls usually pat ap
in the United States the mortar wlll read-
lily dryiiaod "eat" .after the wall ia erected,
j'liut here, whene walla an oiade any whor*
I from II or S to fl feet thick, it-teg* snust b*
' i.llowed  to dry thnraughly asiah.e.- ar*
I built, or��erlsaaM��cnsoqueno*sirafilkltiftoiP>
the dryiirgsof the outer ��d_*��>ivAlie th* e*o>
i-ter is still'Agveeti."   ITbus it ts that on*
races thosswaUs: aOl-, ever a Dew building in
s^raco if shd'hasn't'Si henu to ��oc��4��!r hotne -ili(TeroBt��st;igit9'ef oompletUin, and It la
from chureh. A little habitant servant of often ucnrlouK afrht *-,-�� thin Interior
16 wns found In tcara by oor MtlatNU on* vwalls <*onipWtnei to a jioiiit much higher
Sunday morning. ilmn the  tlnek . outside  walls.���MudajB,
"What is tho matter Vtitk ycc,< Gelea. |*Mtt��lo��.	
��� tine:" askodilicr mistress.
"It's theirs*, Sunday sinoe tl waa 131
haven't hml a young mnittn walk with,1
���'sobbed Celestino.   "Think, uiadaiu,
odlsgrat. :*'
*-Sut bow fcbou* Jenn-.^sMgirtttf'
Itleeilettl r_ar��re��
(Oamimm |people ��� often .wt.sTSignwiH mt
"Wi,. '��peeeh whloh are both poetical and strong.
"  While visiting; in Norfolk near tha Nor^h
!-*ea Tenuyaon was  much lni|ircsand with
HvmI met a girl with a oow and �� feathe:
'bed, and lieilkod her better, thnn mo and
-wanted his presents back. Tim't be sorrr
:for nie, madam, il'lltryita gotssanotber
I lieau iiefore this afternoon cud be married
���first itist to spite hlm."
Five minutes later she snfiod forth 4a
i.ierry uolored ribbon, in ecarch of :i "rwh
I will fit them to yotiT entire satisfac- |'-beau and brought Mm'bank in triuure>
*to dinner.���Buffalo Coniniere.lM
They require attention.    Do not
'trifle witli��o serious ia matter.   We
..,.,, .  v. t i   -      ^v    ���:*!>�� sayingwliioh he there*saml,",Tho
"Oh, last night Jean came ln"to*��nr he   j��� ,���.,.���T^.. r..-kis.^1.��� ..t_i,_ Ji-u ������
*!.> moaning f<m IbhtMiMH ofthe wind.
This (moticul-snyintf h�� used to euiai*aM
'. ..wlth.inother hd heard usod by an old llsli-
^ woman whanhadfloak two sons at sen. Ot
| .a stormy *dny she, cHticUngi lieB41sts8�� th*
1 adviineing tide,, rnled out.���
"Aye, *niar, <tel    Mow I bates to -erne
i thee show thy white teeth!"���Exchanges
M. J, HENRY, 'Vancouver 'tion b?the kteSt B*e1-h��d known to
,...*...   __ii    .     r.    . .the optical trade.
3010 Westminster Road.        f        e
Vancouver Business College.,
p-��9 Hastings Street,    -    -    -     Opposite -Province Office.
JX S. -ELUOTT,, Psrincipj-1.    '
Cellar Shakes, Fence Posts, Drain
'Boards and Bam 'Posts.
.Apply to
.Al-Ulvia (Mud Bav).
Graduate Optician,
The trlangulr.r-bridge at Croydon*.*, Un*
aolnshirc, is the eldest bridge ir> iCngbuKl
and one o{ the, grw-.tent lAiriusities
��� ,       . ,,    ,, .        .        .,        i Ufa.'I. *t fonwr. ,
Consukation & Examination Free    r-f*arRrm_v;ven the hairs <.f jw*i,->mtk
head are numbered, Freddie.
.The outfit of anoystcrstongsjnan'��c*noe
consists of a, pair of rakes, u pair of tongs,
���>. piiir Of..nl|ii*eis,acuttJlig board, several
uulling hainiiiurs,a-eou]ile of i lmlfi*!��u.shcl
baskets ami an Iron half buBbol.
WttOssk Olrretur.
Stranger���Hoy, can -Mundirect uie #n
' the nearest'mnk r
Hoy"I kin for sixpence, wt.
l**'t**8*;cT-rSixpeno*l (Isn't  that  -high
' P-V-'
Hoy-iYef, sir,! b.t, i INa ��� hhnk  direeten
vrswhat gits high pay.���London 1'iinoh.
T.  Gifford's Jewelry Store,
 A*h,��yefl,'Vhbe sighed, tl waa robbed
' jfcf a love* by th* erucl war."
"Which one,"'. ;ttir <l__rrct'.friend askaiL
[ "Tho Mexioon, the ct\il or the Vuu^o-
.-*3paulM. "������(JIitcnKO News.
Krvddio (pulling out a hnlr)���Whnt
numlier ls this? ��� Philadelphia X��>nth
Next Sunday is Trinity Sunday.
J. S. Mason jr., was able to drive
into town this week.
Miss   M.   Woodward
bome on Wednesday.
J.   T.   Wilkinson  of Chilliwack
was in town yesterday.
Mrs.  J. W. Welsh visited
;Royal City .on Tuesday.
Mrs. Connors is the guest
Thompson, East Delta.
of S.
Walter Waddell, ,of Vancouver,
..l�� visiting in town thi-, week,
Mrs. Clark returned home Tuesday from a visit to Vancouver.
R. S, Jackson spent Tuesday in
New Westminster on business,
Mrs.   Wilder visited the  Royal
City on Wednesday.
Miss M.  Green  returned,   Wednesday, fro.n a \isit to Westminster.
Thankful   Hearts  lor   the
week are: W. Mason  and   D.
Lea 1.
Mrs. W. R
Thursday for
many months,
Ellis was out
the  first   time
Mrs. H. Creech and son leaves
on Wednesday next for a visit to relatives in Victoria.
A handsom. heavy leani was
shipped, this morning, to Vancouver, by Alex. Davie.
T. Sidweli and wile, of Battle
Creek, Micii., are among our visitors and the quests of D. Reagh and
New Westminster, B. C,
Crowds of   Keen  Buyers
Attended the Big Sale of New Goods
bought in bond, and were astonished at such values.
The very goods they were looking for, being literally
slaughtered at the beginning oT the f-easou. A good th'itig
for our customers; a big advertisement for tbe Cash Store,
and cheap goods for you.    Read the list .
15c.  CHECK   GINGHAMS,   9c
In small patterns of pink and blue,
also dark plain colors, for children's wear.
To select your Fainta
Mads in all colors.
One Imp *'a~ Qa'lo 7 ' cover 300 f*hvt t4
feet of wood s���..*���;.:.oe, ��� eoett-ay ���;-Lv;a--r a
fine glossy ap e -ranee.
For walls and ceilings.
Prepared by simply mixing with water.
flve-potmd    p*ackage    will    cover   350
This is a $1.50 ii:"
digo blue, pure w o<
sale price, 95c.
square teet, one coat.
u I  :
and 1.
ist d< 1
Canon Hilton paid a  short visit
Jo the Terminal City this week.
Mr. Grauer, or so much betler
known here as Jake Grauer, was
over on Wednesday. Result, stock
to be shipped later on.
A i2,'7l' "jue,
too many fo
us. We cut
sell it all.
1600 yards in this lot,
some stores, not foi
:hv   price to 8'<_-c and
Less than cost,
for children.
Srnall pat
aV^ai&aB&fiBimsmBmti' ....j&sbrt: ; ������^^ss3��&&zz*z
Mrs. D. Dove, of *Sunbury, visit*:
���;d in New Westminster this week.
George Grauer crossed from Ladner to Woodward's, this morning,
with a dozen prime beef from Inverholme Slock Farm for Eburne.
PRINTS ioc. 65p Wool Cheviot Suitings, 50c.
Light  colors,  small  patterns,   red, 75c Fancy Tweed Suitings, 50c,
pink  on white  ground, $T.oo Novelty Worsted Suitings,65c
blue   find
made for Blouses and Children s
Wash Dresses, les.. than the wholesale price at ioc. 50c Dress Linens.
36 in., Sale price 25c, 25c Fancy
Check Zephyrs, 15c, Only sky-
blue, brown and navy.
Mrs. H. G. Taylor ;is about to
���build a new barn on the Imperial
Mrs. Wm. Whitter arrived home!
in the latter p:irt   of last   week, Exelt
much improved in health, but  still of <j,i
I showing signs of the severe   illness! sped
Miss Kirkland returned home on j <-._,_ has passed through.
FINE    EMBROIDERED    MUSLINS,   v>c and 40c. ���
rive designs, only one dress
i p itt rn. These are having
.id mi ration.
65c Canvas Cloths, 45c.
$1.25 Novelty Scotih Tweeds, 85c.
jjsi.25 French Wool  Materials, 90c
New Styles in Dress Ends.
Ladies' Lawn Aprons. 25c.
Ladies' Large Linen Aprons 75c
and 50c.
Black Silk Underskirts, Black and
Colored Moreen Underskirts to he
���cleared out as they will not be ������ ���
ried as regular stock.
Tuesday fripni a visit to New West*
-Preserving Strawberries fresh
.daily. Best Buruaby stock���City
N. A. McDiarmid lelt, on
day, for Nanaimo, where he was
to represent Delta Lodge No. 21,
I.O.O.F., at the meeting of the
Grand Lodge in session there.
The   above   goods   are  all   new,   high-class   imported
Stock and cannot be repeated at these  prices.    Don't miss
Lues-! .... ,
J this b;<>- sale.
To buy a Oinn.r Set of
an exclusive pattern than one
of the ordinary kind���if you
buy irom us.
Our ware has character
and style, the" result of dire 1 importing from first class makers
who sell 11 'h..; house 0 ir large orders secure t*tee*lo\vesti rates
���these are i'mportatit eoiisiAerations and worthy ol your attention���the: benefit is yours���if vou wish.
I DINNER SETS.   ��Q    y\    | B    |fi
LfuII Composition;  ^9*>  l*">  fi^> SO
*   ^���r0Sep VICTORIA,   B.  C.
Mrs. W. J. Hfidden was out on j
-Thursday, for thc first time, after a I
.severe illness.
���Misp L. Davis returned home,
���T-Uesdav evening, fitter spending a
��ew weeks in .Chilliwack visiting! badlv needed
We are pleased  to  note   a very
I great improvement in   the  driving
entrance to the  vicarage  grounds,
in the shape pf a  very  handsome
and substantial iron  gate.    It was
^Lrs. sBajber PBR0* a few days in
���js^anai^uo tyis Ws-jei. sttending the
^jar,riage of her niece, Miss Banton,
which took place pn Wednesday.
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 ahead.
we want  to stay  right!
*      *-*    i
Monday at 8���Methodist Festival
Oddfellows Plall.
-  '    Wednesday���Delta  Stock   Yard
-Mr*. John Honeyman drove in | sale at 2 P* & Gardeu Partv at the .
.on Thursday to meet Mrs, Connors.! Y^rage; aftemopn and evening.,   j
.of iyaucouvser,  who took part .in |    Friday���Public   meeting,   Town
���last night'f.programme at .the East! Hall,   7:30.   Social   Dance,  Town I
End. j.**?**11. 9P*ra. I
~   ~      ���    :   ~ Saturday���King's Birthday ctk-'
Miss Trob aud Miss Skinner, of, bn ton at 10 a.m.
-Vancqnyer, arrived on Saturday last | e 1������^���-?rr^��� |
,on   a .visit to   M-ss Davie.    Jjlissl CARD OF THANKS.
Treab's stay was very short as  she! 	
returned home on Monday morning.
We must have your trade and co-operation.      We will do our
part.      We   will   give   you a First-class Suit at a Second-class'
Price;   we   intend   to  treat you   right;   we hope to grow wilh
you ; we furnish the root, you furnish the fertilizer and watch
the plant grow.
Ladner, B. C.
Delta Stock Yard
  We wish .to tender our heartfelt
I thanks to our iriends who so kindly
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist donated floral tributes on the occa-
.Church are giving a Strawberry j Si0n of the funeral of our beloved
.a d Ice Cream Festival, in Odd- j departed mother.
fellows' Hall, ,911 Monday evening | T ROGERSON and FAMILY,
next,, at 8 o'clock. A good programme of local and outside talent j
���is beting provided.    Admission 25c,, YVafltGClv
strawberries and ice cream extra.'
��ome and have a good time
 _,' A gcqd Housekeeper, for fami'y
1 o~ two.    Good home to ri_jht 1 arty.
The garden party to be held  in. Apply to
���the vicarage grounds on Wednesday j "L," DRAWER  E.,
,next,   should  be a ,very  pleasant! Ladner, B.C.
.affair aud it is hoped  that as many I ���	
as possible will be present. The
Ladner Cornet Baud, having kind-j
Ay consented to be present, \vill add j
.Very materially to the success of
-the evening. The band will play i
their first selection at 7.30 sharp.     i
The Couucjl has" done a  good'
.work, during.the past week, clearing   fittt  thy  nests of eatery il'ars, j
,utili2;in_j the br.udi in toad-making. 1
At tlte.Sitti.' time th.* Squire's fence
is  expei-ncin '  ,&r -a"  difficulty in j
..-yippoirtin.^  itseb.     It would  be a!
good time for thi Reeve to instal a
new fence on the,eirrected line and 1
>o assist Councillor  Davie in his
'indertaking of widening. I
If You Want
A    First-Class   Buggy,
.rubber   or   steel   tyres;
Democrat, call on
J* F* Stainton.
or   a
Beef GaWe
Including 35 Steers, 6 Pat Cows,
7 Calves, 3 Dairy Cows, Jersey
Bull, 2 Shorthorn Bulls, 6 Pure
Bred Shorthorn Bull Calves,
1 Fat Sow, 1 Bay Mare, 3
year-old Cult. Gray Horse, 6-
y ear-old, good worker, about
1600 lbs; 2 dozen Chickens, Piano
Binder, Mowing Machine, Horse
Rake, 2 Sets new Plough Harness, etc., which
TV/TR.  II, N. RICH has  received
j instructions to Sell  by  Auc
tion at the above Yard on
at 2 p.m,
Further entries solicited.
Terms cash.
Labor Bureau.
Voung man, young woman, do
you "need employment? If so,
register with us and if we do not
procure you employment no fee will
be charged.
To Rent.
At nonjirial cost, private individuals or bn*smes$
men can put their important papers and valu,ables in 3.
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 :   $1.50 per yeas:
Westminster Trust & Safe Deposit Co., Limited.,,
Authorized Capital, J.25,000.
F.J. HART & CO.,
New Westminster, B. C.
Jl. Clausen,
Watches and Jewelry at Lowest Prices.
Itepairinp; a Spocialty.
A furnished  house for the summer months.    Cheap.  '
M.  R.,
Drawer E., Ladner, B. C.
Chain by tomI. ��11 charges prftpaid.
will be deductad from jrOar bill.
Dust nnd ,f. .ip-proof, I ft i*** J with Ihr very bent iteven jewnlcd Hlflfl or
Wftltttam movement, stem-wind nn 1 net, and absolutely Kuaranteed
'��' 5 years- Abo a beautiful chain wilh each waich Tor the next 30
cUvs. Ali comp'.f'.c, $6.5U. Seeing to believing. Cut this out and
sen-.i it lo us, wiib s<;i.r fame, Voti Oltur and ExprCHH Officr Addrt'Hs,
���nd we will .rnd the Watch and Clwin Ut you for examination. If yuu
find it as rcprcn^nled, pay agent Ilie amount and expres- chartre., und
Watch and Chr.in are yours. If you wish to save paying the ekpre.1
charge* aend in Ihe full amount, and we will foi*w._id to you Watch and
If you order C.U.D. a deposit of bi) tents ie required as a matter of good faith, which amount
Order.at  once, aa this offer may not  appear again.     When writing mention this paper.
There will be a Grand Celebration
.,, IB05
E. WAGNER & CO., 163 Cordova St., Vancouver, B. C.
C ine and hritiR your iriends and
bave a go d    me.
For further particulars see posters-
Constitutes a large pail of wliat is ���earned iu this age
of progress. You can't be too careful of the peinne,*}.
Realizing this and making a strong bid for your trade
We have our goods -m^rl^ed art .the .lowest possible price.
Our values cannpt be beaten. We invite your inspection.
Bed   Room     FURNITURE���Suites from $3 5,00 up
Dining Room FURNITURE^
Hall FURNITURE-- " ��
Carpets,   L'noleum,  Oilcloth, Mattiiigs, Awnings, Picture Framiug, &c. 8:q.
You will be plfeas'ed with auythrag ia mr line and
can save time, money and trouble by coming .direct here and
making your purchases.
Lee's Furniture- Emporium^
New Westminster R C.


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