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 Delta times Supplement.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1904.
Nominations
Monday
CHURCH   NOTICES.
Market.
FOR   REEVE.
li. E Kittson is in the fiel.
Reeve, and with his previous ex-
perience of municipal government
should make an excellent Reeve,
Nothing definite, as yet, ha�� been
learned as to whether there will lie
opposition or not.
FOR   COUNCILLORS.
Ward I.
The ratepayers in this ward earnestly  desire  Coun. J. McCallan to
stand for re-election.    He lias done
considerable work in that ward and
Other Sun-
The market in general was overdone, the demand falling far short
(Anglican.) ofthe supply.   Quotations as tol-
Cotnmtinioii,   ist and 3rd lows:
Beef, forequarters, 5c. to 6c;
hindquarters, 8c. to 8}_c.
Pork, 8c. to 9c.
Mutton, 8c. lo 9c.
Veal, 8c. to ioc.
Chickens, $5 to $6l/2 per doz.
dressed, I2^_c. per lb.
Eggs, fresh, 35c. per doz.; cased,
30c
Butter, 30c. to 35c.
Holy
Sundays,  at  11  a.m
f'jr days at S.30 a.m.
Morning prayer, 11 a.m.
Evensong, 7 p.m.
Sunday School at 10 a.m., Friday
evening;, Litany and choir practice.
Rev. Canon Hilton, vicar.
CATHOLIC
Reverend Father Ivlm. Peytavin,
O.M. I.   .Services  first and   third
Sunday of each month at 10:30 a m
M8THODIST.
Services next  Lord's Day at   11
LOCAL NEWS.
the  ratepayers wish  that  he may  a. 111.and7p.111
continue the good work. C1;ISS ",eeti"
10.30 a.m. even-
Ward [I.
Coun.   Alex.  Davie,   at  present
absent on leave, is expected  home
in time for the election.    No contest is anticipated.
Ward III.
Considerable  ptessure   is   being
brought to bear on  C��un. J.  B.
Burr to induce hi.n to run again in
this ward.
Ward IV.
It is understood that John Honey-
man will enter the held in opposition to Coun. T. E. Ladner in this
ward.
Ward V.
Sunday.
Sabbath School at 2 p tn
Sunday, Prayer meeting
Wednesday evening at 7.30.
cver.v
everv
j. Reagh returnedyesterda;
n business trip.
from
Rev. .\. N. Miller, pastor.
ST. ANDREW S  rKl.SHVTI.KIAN
Services next Lord's Day at 3 p. ni
Sabbath School  at 2 p 111     Midweek meeting on Thursday evening
at 7:30 o'clock
Rev. Thos. Oswald, minister.
W. II. Sn ith was a passenger up
river yesterday.
M. N. Reid returned home from
Seattle yesterday.
John   McKee  and  W, E. Curtis
returned home yesterday.
BAPTIST.
Service evejj" Lord's Day evening at 7 o'clock. To-morrow evening, public worship and exposition
of Scripture,   followed  by an  ad-
Canon Hilton was a visitor in
Vancouver during the week, returning Friday.
Coun. L. Etnbree is expected to dress on  "The  Gospel Among the
hold down this ward as opposition Telugus."
appears unlikely. Services conducted by
  Rev.  A. A. McLeod, pastor.
Lemons, Bananas, etc. Last
shipment of Jap Oranges of the
season���City Bakery.
Christie's Lemon Sandwich, Fig
Bar,  Social Teas, Arrowroot, and
Genoa Cake.   Just in, direct from land at Steveston, on her up trip,  the weather,  being a victim of .la
the East.    City Bakery. yesterday, on account of heavy seas, grippe.
Jos. Jordan visited Westminster,
The Princess  Beatrice could not Monday.    Joe  is  somewhat under
/ Inventory Sale
OUR INVENTORY SALE will commence Saturday, January 2nd,  and will continue for
TWO WEEKS.    This is a genuine  CUT-PRICE SALE.    It's simply our way of averting
the necessity of carrying goods from oue season into  tbe  next���by  sacrificing  them  while
there's wearable time ahead t��f you.
This Sale is Our Greatest Bargain Event of the Year
and no one but Tramps and Millionaires can afford to miss it.    Here's an idea of what you can get
for your money during the sale:
Men's Tweed and Worsted .Suits, regular price, $17.00, now $9.50
Men's Tweed and Worsted Suits, regular price, $15.00 now $8.00
Men's Tweed and Worsted .Suits, legular price, $13.00, now $7.50
Men's Tweed ami Worsted Suits, regular price, $12.00, now $7.00
Men's Tweed and Worsted Suits, regular price, $10.00, now $5.75
Men's Waterproof Coats,   regular price, $13.00, now $1000
Men's Waterproof Coals,   regular price, $ 9.00, now $ 6.00
Men's Waterproof Coats,   regular price, $ 7.00, now $ 5.00
Men's Waterproof Coats,   regular price, $ 3.00, now $ 1.25
Men's Ulsters,       -            regular price, $ 6.00, now $ 5.00
Men's Heavv   Flannel   Shirts,   regular, $ 1.25, now        .90
Men's Heavy Tweed Shirts, regular price, $ 1.00, now        .70
Boys' Waterproof   Coats,   regular price, $ 5.00, now $ 3.50
Boys' a-piece Suits, regular price, $3.00, now $2.00
Boys' 2-pieci- Suits, regular price, $4.50, now $3.25
Boys' 2-piece Suits, regular price, $5.00, now $3.50
Boys' 3-piece Suits, reg'jlar price, $4.50, now $3 00
Boys' 3-piece Suits, regular price, $6.00, now $3.75
ABOVE PRICES ARE FOR SPOT CASH ONLY.
H.  L. DLBECK,
Outfitter to Man and Boy,
mzsg-vm -7.7s; 1
Wanted.
Miss Skinner and  Miss  Mamie
Skinner,   of Vancouver, who  have
Twenty Sacks Onions wanted a been visitinR at Mrs. Wm. Arthur's
once.    Apply during   the   holidays,    leave   for
J. F. STAINTON.      how.e   to-morrow.      On   Tuesday
��� . '   evening the above young ladies, ac-
New line of finest Chocolates to companied   by   a party  of young
be had anywhere���City Bakery.        people, surprised Miss Davie.
\
The Grand Lodge A. O. U. W.,
British Columbia, meet in Victoria,
Monday. W. H. Smith and Thos.
E. Ladrer attending.
Dr. F. P. Smith, of Davis &
Smith, dentists, New Westminster,
arrived back, this week, from the
Eastern cities, where he has taken
a post graduate course.

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