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Vol. 1. No. 51.
LADNER, B. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1904.
$1.00 a ye
New Fall
Clothing
Suits we're proud of, and so
will you be when
YOU WEAR ONE.
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Boys' School Suits-
Nothing gives a Boy confidence, at school, like being dressed in
one of our "Mannish" Suits. 2-Piece Suits from $2 up; 3-piece
Suits from $3.50 up.
[New Styles in Men's Suits-
The "WENTWORTH" in all the new stripe effects. The very
latest cut from $7 to $15,
Men's Double-Breasted Suits in Fancy Tweeds; Best Trimmings,
from $8 up.
lWE ARE DOING a BIG BUSINESS with our MADE TO
ORDER CLOTHING, Call and See Samples.
the Tarnte
WITH  MR. VERT'S THANKS.
Miss Myrtle Mack,the 13-year-old
girl, who saved the life of the Rev.
A. E. Vert at Boundary Bay a
couple of weeks ago, has been presented by that gentleman with a
handsome gold watch, suitably engraved, as a token of his gratitude
for the rescue���World..
land seeded down,
rotation.
completing the
In the older provinces of Canada
the majority of the farms have been
decreasing in soil fertility year by
year. Many of the pioneer farmers
assumed that the richness of the virgin soil was practically inexhaustible
a mistake that is all too frequently
repeated by the settleis on our new
lands at the present day. With the
deep, rich vegetable mold of the
virgin soil, and looking to the present rather than to the future, it
seemed profitable to the early set-
ler.*. to exhaust the available fertility of the upper layer, and then
bring to the surface by deep plowing a lower layer to suffer the same
treatment. In this way the vegetable   matter   or humus   has been
largely exhausted, and the soil has j maturing crop, which allows the
lost its fine texure and mellowness, J weeds seeds to ripen, it is advisable
hs capacity for absorbing and re- j t0 adopt surface cultivation after
taining water, its permeabilitiy to; harvest, so as to encourage these
roots, its capacity for absorbing j to germinate the same season, when
and retaining heat, all of which are the young  plants  can  be destroy*
WHEN WEEDS ARE   TROUBLESOME.
Surface cultivation affords the
best means of destroying weeds.
There are, of course, various ways
of eradicating troublesome weeds,
depending largely upon the sort of
crops grown and the nature of the
weeds themselves. One method is to
prevent the seed maturing, by growing a hoed-crop or an early maturing
crop such as clover.    With a late
ed. lender such circumstances it is
a too common practice to bury the
seeds by deep plowing, leaving
them in a condition to come to the
surface and germinate in some future crop, 111 which very likely it
will be impossible to destroy them.
A novelty of the first water was
on view on Delta street, 011 Thursday. It wa.s the aged Squire trying, very successfully with the aid
of his stick, to steer a bike.
Weighing Grain, Bo Weigh.
Marshall Smith
regarded by scientists as more important than the actual chemical
composition of the soil.
RESTORING   FERTILITY.
The problem to-day is how to restore the fertility of the soil and
at the same time make a living off
the land. What system of cultivation will enable us to obtain a soil
with a fair amount of vegetable
matter to the depth ol at least a
few mhces? The Ontario and Dominion Experimental Farms seem
to have solved the problem by
adopting shallow cultivation and a
systematic rotation of crops in A public meeting will be held in
which clover occupies a prominent the Mechanics' Institute, wn Thurs-
place. Under this method, as out- day evening next, at 8 o'clock, to
lined by Prof. Reynolds, the larfd is try and arrange matters in connec-
plowed only once in three or four | tion with the above Institute. Kv-
years, all the rest of the cultivation i erybody come.
being done with harrows,  cultiya-  .
tors, and   other  implements  which j
cut,   crush,   pulverize  and  loosen,
hut do not invert the soil.
THK LAND  IN SUMMER   AND PALI..
To showde'arly the method of sum-
BOUNDARY BAY NOTES.
Miss Irene Kirkland is visiting
Mrs. John Kirkland at the Bay,
Mrs; Miller and1 family have
moved iu from the Bay, for another
year.
Chief Carlyle, of Vancouver's
Sre department, struck camp yesterday.
Mrs. J. F. Stainton and family
pulled ��p stakes and returned home
yesterday.
The campers have nearly all left
the Bay. and by thc end of August
'they will all' have gone. It has
been a delightful and ideal season
for campers, and all that is required now is a tram line and a. water
system to make tbe Bay one of the
lest summer resorts on the coast.
J. T. Pollock, our principal, has
returned to his duties after spending a very enjoyable holiday trip to
his old home, Purple Grove, Ont.
Rev. Dr. Taylor, of New Westminster, returned home, yesterday,
after spending a few days the guest
of his causin, Mrs. D. A. McKee.
J. W. Hollkishead came near being burned out yesterday, through
a defective flue. The fire was soon
put out by the prompt action of the
fire brigade.
E, Kingsbury, of Wellington
Co., Ont., is visiting at I. Hume's.
Mr, Kingsbury is an expert butter
maker and hopes to make his home
heye.
VALUABLE TIME SAVED.
Slight injuries often disable a
man and cause several days' loss of
time and when blood poison develops, sometimes result in the loss
of a hand or limb. Chamberlain's
Pain Balm is an antiseptic liniment.
When applied to cuts, bruises and
burns it causes them to heal quickly and without maturation, and
prevents any danger of blood poison.
For sale by F. T. Mackenzie.
According to The Commercial,
of Winnipeg, the visible supply of
oats in the United States and Canada, east of the Rocky Mountains,
is 1,839,000 bushels, compared j winter
with 5,402,000 bushels a year ago. I grain-crop may be sown  air
mer cultivation, let us suppose the
second year's crop has been taken
off a clover field. The sod is plowed about August, as early as pos-
ible in order to take advantage of
the summer's heat to decompose the
roots. Then it is harrowed to loosen the surface and prevent the escape of moisture, which is also re
quired in decomposition. After that
it is cultivated frequently, without
tearing up the sod, the objects being to destroy the weeds that may
be growing and to enable the sou
to rot by keeping in the moisture.
As the manure is plowed in with
the sod, it will be well decomposed belore winter, thus ensuring
a good supply of humus for the
next crop. The last thing in the fall
the land should be ribbed up in the
same manner as for turnip drills.
This is best done with a double
moldboard plow. This ribbing prevents leaching away of the plant
food, most of which is heaped into
the drills; exposes a greater surface
to the pulverizing action of frost; and
allows a more rapid drying in the
spring, and consequently earlier
working and seeding.
Probably the next crop will be
ensilage coin or roots. In the
spring the ridges are smoothed
down and a good seedbed formed
without using the plow. After the
crop is sown, surface cultivation is
continued to kill the weeds and conserve the moisture. In the fall the
ground is again ribbed up for the
The following year a spring
the
The  Ladies'   Aid  of the  Meth-
i odist Church have arranged to give
i a social evening to  the young people of the congregation   and  their
friends, in the Oddfellows' Hall, on
Friday, September 9th, '04.
A crate of apricots bought .recently from a consignment from
Oregon, when opened up proved
quite a problem. When the cover
came off there were disclosed some
of the finest apricots that ever came
into British Columbia. Wheu the
top layer came off it took just five
of the little fellows in the bottom to
balance one of thc top layer.   The
I matter has been referred to Maxwell Smith  to ascertain what can
! be done. British Columbia growers would be severely dealt with if
they did likewise, and properly so,
too. Why, then, should imported
fruit escape? We believe the Act
provides for such cases.���Suburb
and Country.
Lacrosse.
A very interesting game of la**
crosse was witnessed at Cloverdak
on Saturday last, when the boys ia
blue and white from Ladner faced
the team in red and black at Clove**
dale.
The game throughout was good
clean lacrosse, and although our
boys won by a score of 8 goals te
6, it was warmly contested through*
out. The combination work of
both teams was good, and often tht
ball found its way near the Ladner
flags in the last quarter, and the
Cloverdale boys tried hard to eves
up things, but the heavy veteran
goal, P. Shirley, objected to th*
Cloverdales scoring any more.
P. McElroy, of the home team,
played a star game. McEwen, in
goal, stopped many a hot shot, and
their defence checked hard.
The line up was as follows:
LADNEK. CLOVEEDALB.
Shirley
Goal
McEwen
Guichon, J.
Point
G. Shannon
MacKenzie
Cover
McElroy
Smith.W.H.
Defence
McDonald
Guichon, H.
si
CarncroM
Wade
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Huggart
Wilson
Centre
T. Shannon
Guichon, F.
Home
Henley
Ladner
11
Boothroyd
Morrison
"
W. Shannon
Jamieson
Outside
Blair
Smith, R.
Inside
In all probability lovers of lacrosse will see some- good games
next season as there is talk of a
league being formed composed of
teams from Ladner, Cloverdale and
Westham Island, who will likely
have occasional games with the intermediates from the cities.
Cloverdale will play our boys a
return match at the Exhibition
here ou October 15th.
On Monday last an accident happened by which our readers came
near losing their papermau. It
happened this way: Coming in from
Camp Manley on bikeback the pa-
perman overtook a certain young
daddy returning from the town
pump, whose tkoug-iits were far
away���about ten chains���and, of
course, forgot where he wa.s at.
However, it was an easy matter to
roll off the bike and walk a piece,
but lo climb up a.t,.iin after passing
the team, and on loose gravel was
a trick worthy an acrobat, so we
discovered when we picked up the
pieces from Sain Morrow's ditch.
But, never you mind, we saw d ddy
laugh.
GREAT WHITE PLAGUE.
Vancouver, B. C., Aug. 35.���Dr.
Fagan, provincial health officer, at
the mass meeting tonight at which
members of the medical convention
were present, requested a subscription of a dollar a year from every
adult in the province in aid of a
turberculosis sanitarium at Kan>'
loops, B. C.
The principal speaker was Dr.
Mayo Robson, the eminent London, Eng., physician. He said 40,
000 people suffered from tubercular
diseases in Canada and 9,900 died
every year. He stated emphat**
ically that these 9,000 died unnecessarily, that the tuberercular
bacillus could be killed by building
up white blood corpuscles. These
corpuscles destroyed the consumption germs in other diseases as well
as lung disease. He said some now
living might see the day, which
would surely come, when con**
sumptives would be unknown.
Isolation was imperative. A
million consumptive germs .could
be put in the eye of a ceedle and
these germs were spread broadca<.
by ignorant people and grew lustily
in a run-down system until they
killed their victim.
He said that scientific research
was proceeding along the jigbj
lines to find a cure for cancer, and
he believed eventually, when it wa*
known what was the cauafe -of
cancer, something could be done 19.
cure it.
J. Grauer shipped, to-days ��f
Head of cattle from his Bonnda^r-
Bay farm, to Ebiwue.
^ THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY AUGUST 27, K904.
THE   DELTA  TIMES,
PcuLrsvEu kvkk-s- .Saturday.
StJSSCRIPWOti, $>.��0 J>��f -vear-
iDVEllT.tt.WG P \T.tS.
11 m m ki mp.
I From this dale the charge for
weighing grain on Marshall Smith's
Scale will be reduced to 5 cents.
C-s-'i *"   lAvertliemeutt.
thr first <n��.rtiou,��i|l 5 <���*""* P" l"1?
T^<*   ii- nilyr   (..I  lines
cent!* ?��- line Iiy
!x ci.-li
nr*s.i>iii -ii in*��rtlo��.
m-k.011 -tlfty ���.:*'. *?����� occupied, isllnc-sta tue
inch.
Hnfai- '.rrr Comroe#*i;*-l Ait.--rrU.scnc:
hsul on application (It tl.M utlic-.
Mlriiie BPttaiJficenta per line for each in-
���ernon,
liirtUfcnJ Uts'tb noUcMi .'/-�����, fcf��n*tegt��$n��
Airy ipeclAl notice, tbe object ol ��tik*:i i��t.i
or!>r*i.str the j>ec|uuu;>->.-u-J*, ul ��ir in<Iivi-:<i:ii
_civ.Tii;,.sny,'ty_t,r>tsid-!(-;d nn ait*' msv:rwnt
ui.lch.1 vyjl apwnlin.: :.]
illa.l-.vrtiswmeati i-'i.i-'.-o I ;".-r ualil ordered
wit uud p.iid for.
C4rTespundM.ee Inclad-on matter) ol nubile
tsoUTs-it.' Conmunlcstiomi to editor tnu��t t��- nc-
0*a_aamc4 *�� owm- itf fjitfti not uacaaiwrip
tor piiblicstioB, but n�� evidence of good faith
Corr<*��i��jBdcnct mutt reach lliis office by Thuts-
d��yt*eu.i*f.
A. O.   U.  W
I
T*\Et,TA LODCE NO. ij, meets firit nnd |
"*���*** third TuesdRys ln c��ch month ia Wnd- '
dell's Hall. T. W. KERR, Retorder        I
1. r.iLcniusT. m. w,
I. O. F.
'a.JMt���.__,__ n. j
_-�����-_ >J 1
imi ihii i m a
Time Table.
The excursion to Victoria on Fri
.*.*.*�� c*n i>* i day, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 2
3 and 4, by the Victoria Terminal | ���
Railway St. Ferry Co., gives business men and farmers a good oppor-
tui-ity of doing business in Victoria
at a cheap rate.
I    Court Os3eo, No.  3443, meets
j in I O O F  Hall, 3rd Tuesday in
; each   month       Vjsiting   brethren
j always    welcome.       C.   R, J   B
1 Burr; R S.   B S  McDonald
Geo. R.
Manley,
Manager.
9ATUR*AY, AUGUST   27,   1904,
SLOUGH ROAD SURVKY.
the Council, a short while since,
appointed W. N. Draper, P..L.S.,
of New Westminster, to survey and
map the Slough road with the intention of widening same to 55 feet,
ia answer to an influential petition.
Mr. Draper is busy, this week, on
the work, and when he hands his
map in to the Conncil, we believe,
the Slough road will have lost some
Of its kinks.
That the road needs widening
waa demonstrated very recently,
when four teams met in front of T.
Thirkle'a property ��� two teams
sttuding were met by two loads of
hay*���the loaded wagons had to
tnrpi ont, nnd had they been full
loads, would inevitably have gone
Jntqt the ditch,
Tbe road also needs straightening, grading and macadamizing.
Tho traffic on this road will ever be
increasing as the large holdings,
tributary to it shall be sub-divided,
to no doubt will be tbe case in a
very flew years, when the present
owners have passed ou to Silent
Cay,
The Council, no doubt, will meet
{his matter like men of mettle and
pn ry it through to the satisfaction
ot all concerned.
MANITOBA ALL RIGHT,
The past week has been a very
inciting one in the world's wheat
poarkets, caused by the reports 0!
damage caused by mat, which have
been circulated by the ''bulls'' iu
order to make themselves rich at
fine expense of the poor. The
Commercial has the following:
The general opinion of the Mani*
toba trade is that soma large operators on the Minneapolis and Chicago markets are, with the assistance of recognized crop experts,
puking the rery most of the damaging influences which can be
found, in order to boom prices temporarily and secure big profits on
wheat bought in anticipation of the
success pf such efforts. So far
their scheme has been successful,
pad, under the persistent aud per-
tsusive statemejit.s 9,3 to the insid-
ievs nurture iipd extent of the rust
ffi-easo and the inexperience of
fstraeStjuad the grain trade in ie
gird to it (for it is stated that noth*-
fng lilt* this visitation has occurred for tw��njyr$ix years, which
was in tfflh Jfo* large majority of
fhe spring wheat trade has become
pystjfied oven it, Md cjpfiMS they
am- ecerpeiy ac th# mot-sent fata, ���
.fefinsUsn^aiMisst^the situation
Sf far a�� Manitoba a��4 the Can**
etien pfcfffcweft if ee*��*rn*3d, no
PtaptL bol^pres that mu/ta damage
Pm aafntpeif hat it the disease
a*a%t 04 tht e*v*tiA tell w, con-
jWeratolc damage might yet der
ftfofit   fi
Close season for sockcyes commenced on Thursday. All unsuspecting ihc fishermen staited out,
on their usual round, wben along
came the fisheries officers proclaiming it illegal according to the decision of the powers that be.
The Trustees, we are glad to say,
have taken up the matter of repairing the tank bouse at the school,
but, as they cannot run off the
water until the rainy season starts,
it will be well for parents to warn
their children not to touch it until
it has been cleaned.
"One of the Boys" has just returned from the "All Sick" (Alsek)
country, where he has been in
search ot the yellow metal, and
would strongly advise anyone who,
like himself, has a touch of the
"Gold Fever" to look for something
better than Whi'e Horse placers, as
anyone seen to-day going in that
direction will most assuredly be
pointed at as "having mistaken the
road for New Westminster," where
he would be given shelter in that
large and commodious dwelling until bis senses had returned.
A farmer, seeing an artist painting in his fields, asked him what
he would charge to paint his farm
with himself standing at the door.
"Five guineas," said the artist.
"Done!" said the farmer. "Come
to-morrow." In due course the
painting was finished. But, alas,
the careless artist had forgotten to
paint in the worthy farmer! "Yes,
I like it," said the farmer; "but
where is me, lad���where's me?"
The error he had made flashed
across the artist, but he tried to
pass it off with a joke. "Oh," he
said, "you've gone inside to get my
five guiueas!" "Ob, have I?" said
the old chap, nettled, "i-raps I'll
be comin' out soon, and, if I do,
I'll pay you���in the meantime we'll
hang it up and wait!"���Exchange.
Doing for Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea
Bemedy.
Don't pnt yonrself in this man's place,
bnt keep a bottle of this remedy in youi
~* 00a foi
home.   There la nothini
Polio, Cholera Morbus, by sen
bo go
h-v/sentery and
y valuable foi
Summer Complaint and Cholera Infantum and has saved the lives of more
children than any other medicine In use.
When reduced with water and sweetened it is pleasant to take.
Yon, or some one of your family, are
sure to need this remedy sooner or later
and when that time comes yon will need
lt badly; you will need it quickly. Wh;
oot buy it now and be prepared for anel
an emergency ?   Price, 33 cento.
Tenders Wanted.
For Clearing 20 Acres ol Land,
more or less, on Crescent Island.
For particulars apply to
N. MITCHELL.
��. ��� ��� *'�� * ��� y ��� * ��� y*y ��� a***-*-**-.* ������*?
f Horse Goods I
Out Harnea* and  Horse Purnlnhlngi
: have ion, proved reliable, and they ar*
J tiuilt wot uuly for atyle but wear. S,
RnPAlRim A SPBCI/U.TV. ,*?'
I huoh Mcdowell, |
1 LADNER. B. C. J
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J(tT**y.*F Jffy'^.^.^'T'j^.V'^.T'JJ.*'^* ^T*JJ**
1.0.0 F.
Delta Lodge, No. 21.���The rcgu* I
lar meetings of this Lodge are held!
every  Wednesday  evening at 8 p. 1
tn.    Y'i,siting Brethren cordially invited to attend.
N. A. McDiarmid. N.G.
Dr. A. A. King, Sec.
IN EFFECT MAY 1,  1904.
No 1���Leaves Victoria -it 7 a m ,
arrives at Guichon 11:3n and ut New
Westminster, 1 p.m.
No. 2���Leaves New Westminster at 1.45 p.m., Guichon, 3 p. m.,
arriving at Victoria 7:20 p.m.
McRAE & Co
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I    Delta 1 'ran -fer
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W. N. Draper,
PRi^INCIAI. I.AND SURVEYOR
Room 2. Sllard Block. New Weatalaater.
Fashion Stables-
Trucking and Draying.
Livery work of all kinds attended to promptly.
Wma Alexander
Ladner. B. C.
IF YOU WANT
Milk*
Vegetables or
Fruit
 GO TO	
W. A. Kirkland.
A constant supply of Good Milk
Cows for private families or for
dairy use on hand, also
NEW WESTniNSTER, It. C.
A lull line of English and Irish
Tweeds and Fancy Trouserings always kept in stock.
SINGLE .AND DOUBLE RIGS AND   -7177;.:    ���:.*-.;���.
ON SHORT NOTICE
Team Work Done at Specially Low Prices.
V
JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor,
Telephone " Ladner" No   10.
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J)ELTA TINSMITH 5HOP
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I Mill IND 111 WATERS I
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER,   :-: B. C.
Manufaeturera of all kinds ol
Soda Water, Ginger
Ale and Summer
Drinks.
Your patronage solicited
H.N.Rich
Notary Publio,
I Mi IHIKI
Ladner, B. O.
Purchasing- Agent
Brackman-Ker Milling; Co
Limited.
J. Reagh
-DEALER   IN-
Fine Boots,
Shoes a
Rubbers
Best Goods, Lowest Prices
Custom  Work a Specialty.
Incorporated 1869 s
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL,
CAPITAL, PAID UP
BBS.BRVB FUNDS,
$4,000,000
$3,000,000
$3,192,705
The Place for Tinsmithing, Bath Tubs, Stove
Pipe, Conductor .Pipe, Roof Plates, and Everything Else in This line.
Agent for��
���Ourney Foundry Co.'s Stows.
P. D. Dod's Mixed Faints.
Yoho Bath Heater.
Just the thing for making water toot for washing dairy
utensils, scalding hogs, or for wat*h day. Every
Farmer's Wife Should Have One.
ROBT. MAY,
Westham Street,
Ladner, B. C
Stokes & Cullis
Purveyors.
For PRI.ME BEEF, MUTTON
and PORK TRY VS.
Westham Street,
Ladaer, fi. C.
HAZELMERE LUMBER CO.
Manufacturers of all kinds of First-Class
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
We can deliver to any paint on the Railroad in Delta*
Our Prloe is Right. Wo Oan Save You Money.
Drop Us a Line, Our Agent WIU Call on You.
GEO* M. THRIFT, Manager*
Gents' Clothing,
Hats & rurnishings
At All Prices.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Savings Department*
Deposits of $1 and upwards received and Interest Allowed at Highest Current Rates.
 50 BRANCHES.	
BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA���Vancouver, Vancouver
E��9t End. Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Victoria, Chilli-
wack, Ladner, Cumberland.    .
Best Line of Boots & Shoes in Town.
Rubbers to Suit Eyeryone.
Staple Dry Goods at Lowest Prices
-AT-
H, K, WRIGHT. Manager.     -     J-ADtfER, g. C.
H.J. Hutcherson's THE DELTA TIMES, SA' URDAY, AUGUST j.*,  roo4.
t 111.. JJ_i S.
TWO OBLIGING MEN.
flkeh Wm tke Vietiaa I* a Street Cm
Fare Trauutin.
;It was In a Boston street cir. Wben
the car stopped at a crossing, a lady
���trot up and went t�� the door. As she
rose there wm the chink of a coin on
the floor, but before lt occurred to any
one to stop her she -waa out of the car
and across the street Two ladies who
tad sat next to her looted with cnx-
tous indifference on the floor. One of
thaju leaned slightly forward,, b>it Bald
nothing. 'Just as thc conductor waa
reaching: for the bell rope a you&�� man
���pled the coin and dashed oat of the
car. He caught the lady who hud left
the cur, handed her tbo coin, ran buck,
caught tbe step of the car aa the motors began to sing in crescendo and sat
down breathless. One of tbe two ladies
apposite blm leaned forward and said
-coldly, "Young man, what did you do
with the nickel I dropped?" The passengers tittered. An old man at the
���other end of tbe car turned to his
.neighbor. "That reminds nie," he said,
"ot something .that happened .to my
-wife years .ago.
"It was before tbe days.of conductors, wben we used to drop our nickels
Into a slot, and they ran down a groove
to the box behind the driver.
"Uy wife bad started out with a little* change and one of those troublesome five dollar goldpieces .wbich used
to be more commonly ln circulation
than tbey are now. Eer eyes were not
good, and so she was nervous about
Iter goldpiece and had it on .her mind
all the way downtown.
"When she took a car for bome, she
met * friend and grew Interested in
conversation with her. She put her
coin in tbe slot absent-mindedly. The
���driver turned as it struck the box. Tou
remember the coin fell into a glass
compartment flrst, and then tbe driver
trashed a lever which sent it into the
Strong box below.
"Am my wife beard the click of .the
lever she thought of her five dollar
goldpiece. Sbe looked ln ber purse.
Cure.enough, lt was gone. She went
forward and spoke to tbe driver. He
���aid be hadn't looked very carefully,
.*. but .he thought there were only .three
nickels in the glass .receptacle when be
> {lushed tbe lever.
"J4y wife insisted. The driver said
If Sbe would ride to tbe end of the line
Ihe casijier at tbe station would .open
the box. This meant a journey of two
miles beyond our street, and my wife
avas iu a hurry.
"An old gentleman who sat by the
tfoor said be was going to the end of
the line and offered to give ber $4.95
cents and get the .goldpiece at tbe station. My wife thanked bin .and took
tbe money. Wben sbe got home, she
found tbe Ave dollar goldpiece in tbe
lining of ber purse.
"Next day I went to the station. Tbe
cashier said an old gentleman bad made
Wni open tbe box. There was .no gold-
fiiece. The eld gentleman had left ln
a rage, refusing to give bis name. He
���aid be bad been swindled and did not
want to be known for a fool.
"We advertised in the papers, .but we
.never beard from him."���Youth's Companion.
sAalaial Warship Among tke Hebrew*
The Old Testament records show,
notwithstanding tbe various revisions
through which these venerable books
stave passed, many Indications .of ani-
I
mal worship among tne lsracures, :
Which must bave lasted for ages be- j
fore the prohibition Inculcated in the
second line of the Decalogue vr:is formulated. At a comparatively late date
"Jebovab was worshiped under tlie
popular' symbol of a bull, while the
twelve oxen upholding tbe laver in
Solomon's temple, as well as the horns
adorning the altar, were drawn from
tbe prevalent bull worship."
Modern research has nlso proved that
the cherubim were represented in tlio
form of winged bulls. M. Lenonnant
in his famous book on the "Beginnings
of History" snys that dining the liuie
of the kiiiKs nnd prophets "most assuredly the cherubim, as there described, are animals."
A Flffhtinrc Bishop.
On one occasion Bishop Selwyn was
going down tbe river Waikato wltb a
Maori when the latter, who was very
lazy, left off paddling the canoe, at the
same time muttering that if Selwyn
were not a bishop be would���well, "go
for him." In a moment tbe bishop told
the man to turn tbe canoe ashore,
where, stripping himself of everything
episcopal, he said, pointing to bis
robes, etc: "The bishop lies there; tho
man is here. I am quite ready; come
on." Tbe Maori did not ''come on,"
however, but quietly resumed bis work
without another murmur.���London Tit-
Bits.
T��e   "t-itaree.
The question is booted whether tit?
vulture knows of it* quarry by sight or
smell. Bow dm*:? it communicate the
news of a feast to its fello 7s? A tlg<r
bisd been killed.
Colonel Ha__say ordered the carcass
it the skinnr-d tiger to bo dragged oat
from under the thick maugo trees inlo
the opeo. Tsikiug out his watch, he
islied us to make a guess as to hor;
long the vultures would take to cleiu
the flesh off the bones. Some one said
bnlf an hour. As tliere wns not a vulture in sii'ht, tills seemed even betting,
but Colonel Ramsay gave thorn ten
mtnates, which proved to be correct.
There was one vulture at flrst seen
soaring round anfl round very high up
In the e;oudl.'*!S slcy. He closed his
wlugs and dropped on to tbe carcass
wltb a swoop. In two minutes tbe sky
was full of vultures, all concentrating
from every side en the spot, and arriving wltb all tbe Impetus their drop
from a great height gave them as fast
as lt takes to tell tbe story. Then
there commenced a frightful scene of
literal carnage, every one tearing wltb
sharp, booked bill st tbe entrails flrst
then at tbe tiesh, all fighting for room
to get a piece and tumbling over one
another witli frantic baste.���"Tbe Forests of Upper India and Their Inhabitants," by T. W. Webber.
Kew York Sheriff*.
Tbe reason why tbe sheriff of New
York cannot be elected to .two successive terms 4s this: It is the sheriff's
duty to carry out the process of courts
against official delinquents during trial
and after conviction. Should a sheriff
endeavor forcibly to bold over for a
second time after having been defeated
fer re-election be would be the Instrument of tbe court's process against
himself, a paradoxical position wbicb
the law avoids by making .blm ineligible for re-election.
The Paor Doc
A Parisian clothes dealer kicked a
dog out of his shop. The dog shot out
wltb some rapidity and knocked over
a woman with a Jog of milk. The
woman broke the Jug and upset an
elderly gentleman, and tbe jug cut
both of them. At that moment a cyclist arrived and was thrown off his
machine by the prostrate figures, and
simultaneously a cart came up and
smashed the bicycle. The magistrate
blandly advised tbe -entire squad to
proceed against tbo dog, and tbey aro
now looking for It���London Globe.
What Hold* tha Novel.
Frank Norrls, author of "Tbe Octopus" and "Tbe Pit," was a most virile
writer and a man of decided opinions.
He was wont to say of the great factors ln molding public opinion tbat
"tbe pulpit speaks but once a week,
tbe press is read wltb lightning baste
and the morning news ls waste paper
by noon; hut tbe novel goes ln tbo
borne to stay."
This opinion was aired by Mr. Norrls
ln the lobby of a botel ln a small town
ln Illinois. Among those present was
a country editor, wbo was prompted te
remark that tbe novelist's views reminded him of bis dog Wolf. Wolf persisted ln running away from bome, killing .chickens and annoying children In
tbe community. At last a method was
adopted by, which tbe dog was confined to bis own homestead.
"Chained him, eh 7" was tbe thought
voiced by several ofthe company.
"Yes, sir," declared the editor. "And
If your modern novel goes Into the'
home to stay let Wolf remind you tbat
It's on account of tbe binding."
Plenty oa Hand.
"You would get along a great deal
better if you didn't get so excited," said
tbe calm man to bis irascible friend.
"Can't you learn to keep your temper?'
"Keep my temperl Well, I like tbat!"
retorted the other. "I'.d have you understand tbat I keep more temper ln
one day than you have In your possession during a whole year!"
If you want a boy baby, don't let ths
Stork know it. or it will bring a girl.
You wll" find, by tbe way, tbat some
Influence similar to the stork's has followed you in all your desires.���Atcbi*
son Globe.
Disappointed.
"Her marriage was a great disappointment to ber friends."
"Indeed."
"Ob, yes. Tbey all predicted lt would
turn oot unhaDDilv. and it didn't"
Political Eeraomliti,
While great fortunes and great Industries bave almost Invariably been
created by. uneducated men, parvenus
unembarrassed with learning, who
taught themselves what tbey found
necessary to know, we find, on the other hand, that those mon wbo bave made
commercial science, political economy,
tbelr study bave not shown any Sue
cess in business and have remained
theorists. Most political economists
nave had to live on their pen. Mr. Cob-
den went bankrupt In business. It is
true tbat Ricardo was well off, but be
was a stockbroker by trade, and with
blm political economy was only a bobby, not a serious result. It is strange
how few business men of tbe first rank
have a good word to say of political
economy.
Pocketing a Pee.
For a wbole year tbe famous English
physician. Dr. Radcllffe. attended a
friend without a single fee passing be*
Thpe
nthm
Of Hot, Dry Weather will necessitate you getting SCREEN DOORS,
SCREEN WINDOWS, MEAT SAFES, &c.
We can supply you with the above���HOME MADE and WELL
MADE.   WILL LAST A LIFE TIME.'
:&3$��a)w8n*'
��__}��.
y Furniture
WliBilowSy B&m s, Blind��,
mndi Bracket��
1RDER.
ju..ju ��
tween tflem. as Ho was leaving arter
Ui last visit the patient said: "Here,
doctor, is a purse in which 1 bave put
ovrry day's fee. tou must oot let
your kindness get the better of my
gratitude; so please tekeifc" The generous physician put out bis band to reject tlie purse, but .tue chink of the gold
w.ta too much for his amiable resolution, so he put it lu lils pocket, saying,
"Singly, sir, 1 could bave refused them
forever, but all togrtber 1 am afraid
they .ire irresistible."
Owtterntifp of Staff* "Iln��fnMa."
One of the peculiar things about a
copyrighted play is that nny little piece
of business or any new lines which
mny be inserted lu thc manuscript
while a stock company is playing the
drama belong thereafter to the man
who owns the copyright.
Every time a stock company rents a
play for production from the owner of
tbe copyright lt ls cut, Interlined and
added to before it ls produced. A stage
manager, for Instance, may Interpolate
some speeches In order to work up to
tbe introduction of a song or specialty,
or be may strengthen tbe climax by
putting in seme new and strong lines.
Often these Interpolated lines prove to
be tbe most striking ln tbe play and
make decided bits. If tbey are left in
when the manuscript goes back to Its
owner, tbey become bis property absolutely and may not be used by tbe
man wbo wrote them in any other production; therefore shrewd managers,
before tbey return a play to its owner,
always take great pains to erase every
scrap of correction or Interlineation.
In this way only may tbey keep what
really belongs to tbem.-
WBLL KNOWN ALBANY 1��AN
��� ����������'!* C i-p.hrla.n's Colic.
. * ���  Diarrl oe.-. Remedy.
At   it e 7 tee ' months ago Mr.
7.. S Manning, T Aibany, N. Y ,
widely knowu  in trade circles as
-.he  representative ot  thc   Albany
Chemical Co., was suffering from ��
irotracted attack of diarrhcea,    "I
tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
md Diarrhcea   Remedy,"   he says,
obtained immediate relief.   I
leerfttllj recommend this medicine
tbo.se similarly afflicted."   Scld
. F. J. MacKenzie
How are you fixed for Shooting
Not: ;_s?   Every $ helps us.
Tke First Iron Ship.
The first Iron ship has more reputed
birthplaces than Homer, according to
Chambers' Journal. Both tbe Clyde
and the Mersey claim pre-eminence la
this respect. Sir E. J. Roblson of Bdln-
burgh designed an Iron vessel In 1810,
wbicb was not launched till three years
later, and lt is said that an Iron boat
was worked on tbe Severn even as far
-back as 1787. Steel was not used In tbe
construction of merchant ships' bulls
uctil 1850. Old salts were not alone in
their belief that wood was meant by
Providence to float, but iron to go to
tbe bottom. A naval constructor of
some repute once said: "Don't talk to
me of iron ships. Tbey are contrary to
nature." Now none but small craft are
built of wood in England.
English Manners.
An English Innkeeper was found ln
bed one morning with his throat badly
cut. "Why did you do It?" they asked.
He replied: "For amusement I had
nothing else to do."
This chimes In curiously .wtyB.an old
Franebi epigram on English manners
abd customs:
Here lies Sir John   I'lonipouding- of ths
Grange,
Who  hung  himself one  morning for m
change.
Helpline Hlm   Honor.
"Then there is such a tbiug as heart
failure, is there, doctor?" said the
handsome young widow.
"Certainly, madam," responded tbe
bashful young physician. "The records of tbe profession are full of���
- "It's a perfectly unnecessary disease.
Isn't it, doctor?"
Ou this hint he spake.
CHURCH   NOTICK.
ALL SAINTS.
(Anglican.)
Holy Communion, ist and 3rd
Sundays, at 11 A.m. Other Sun-
lays at 8.30 a.m.
Morning prayer, 11 a.m.
Evensong, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School at 10 a.m., Friday
evening, Litany and choir practice.
Evensong, 3 p.m., at Boundary
Bay.
Rev. Canon Hilton, vicar.
CATHOLIC
Reverend Father Edm. Peytavin,
O.M. I. Services first and third
Sunday of each month at 10:30 a m
METHODIST.
Services next Lord's Day at 3 p. m
Class meeting, 10.30 a.m. every
Sunday.
Sabbath School at 2 p tn every
Sunday. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday evening at 7.30.
Rev. A. N. Miller, pastor.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
Services next Lord's Bay at -i-i
a. m.and 7:30 p.m.
Sabbath School at a p m Midweek meeting on Thursdayevening
at 7:30 o'clock
Thos. Oswald, minister.
BAPTIST.
Service every Lord's Day evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Services conducted by
Rev. A. A. McLeod.
DELTA TIMES ana
Suburb ana Country
Together, $1.50 Per Year.
sStibrub and Country, is a new paper published in Victoria for Fanners, Veterinary Surgeon in connection.
THE
"BEST"  LIGHT
IS WHAT YOU WANT THIS WINTER.
Grand Exhibit of
800 C*-P*
il! be On View soon at
NTON'S
A GOOD OFFER.
The agriculturists of B. C. hav*
herttofore bad no paper devoted
solely to ihs.ir intere^ from a B.
C. standpoint, but in Suburb and
Country, published weekly at Victoria, we now have a paper aiming
to deal with farm problems in B.C.,
and to this end tbey have secured a
staff of successful ai.d practical people to contribute articles and answer questions on matters pertaining to conditions facing the B. C.
farmer, fruit grower, stockman,
poultry-keeper, dairyman or others
engaged in farming pursuits. Tht
''Question Box" is open to all on
all subjects, such as fruit-growing,
poultry, soils and fertilizers, insect
pests, etc., etc. The paper is $t
pet year but we .haye arranged te
send you The Delta Times sad
Suburb and Country for $1.50 per
year for both papers.
CHOLERA INFANTUM.
This has long been regarded as
one of the most dangerous and
fatal diseases to which infanta art
subject. It can be-eured, however,
wben properly treated. All that is
necessary is to give (Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarchcea Remedy and castor, oil, as directed with
each bottle, and a cureis certaiq.
For sale by F. J. MacKeotie.
mn hob
3010 Westminster Road.
100,000 Bulbs to 31 rive *sooa fro��
Holland, France and Japan.
THOUSANDS  OF FRUIT AKD,0UCA>
MENTAL T8XJIS.
RHODODENDRONS,  ROSES,   OVOUh
HOUSE    AND    HARDY   PLANT!
FOR FALL  PLANTING.
Home Orown and .Imported
Garden, Held and .Flower'
Always in stock iin season.
FERTILIZES ��� SEE  MTV**  .
SOPK-IES.
Greenhouse lull of "Plants, Out
Flowers, iFloralWork.
Catalogue free, or -catt .aad ���**���
amine stock.
M. J. HENRY
VANCOUVER, A.C.
Don't buy till you have seen the
" BES'
TV'
BUTTER PAPER. ENVEIXNRBf
VISITING CARDS-
JOB PRINTING OF ALL KINDS.
TAILORING
Cloth*. Altered  Cleaiud and Repairs**.
Paicsls'sleft Ht W. I.. McBride'*) (lore ��nd A. W��-
kor's and the .Delta Timo* office will 'be calltS
for on M ouday ��ud returned on Saturday.
ti. W.WALKBR.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
IC
IV
(Westminster Branch)
Time Tabl?
Cars Isave Westminster lor Vancouveri*....**!
and 6.50 a.m. and hourly thereafter until .10 p.
ni.: Saturdays aad Sundays at'ic p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver Tor Westminsters atjso
and 6.50 a. a. and hourly thereafter until jo j>.
tn.; Saturdays and Sundays at 11 pj_.
FREIGHT CARS.
Wc run tirta-class freight cars between "Weal-
minster aud Vancouver and all .shipments are
handled with tbe utmost care and delivered to
consignee without delay. Special attention paid
lo fruit shipments. Our wagons meet-all boats
*and trains. For rates, etc. applyto
fl A. SlULES, T. K. GtOVER
Traffic Mgr. Local Hjr.
Westminster. E. C
BO VEAIW
���xPCRicwpe
Truce Marks
C0PVRMHTa<fte-
tlonsetrictlycoafldentfsl. NMBIDW ��"{_*_���*
IBfia ^WeeltFWffltt
VeSSwHU, without oharye.�� CM
Scientific America*.
A handaomely Illustrated ww*lr.
���'-*tau of any srtentluo Journal.   ---�����s^--r
; (our months,*!. .Sow hy all. _***"�������*
rear: tourmoAth��,��l. Soweten_i��wsaeaia��.
mt&sssigM
s THK DKLTA TIMES; SATURDAY AUGUST 27, 19OV
LUGO.
WALTERS���Oa Wednesday. 34th
inst., LloyA the infant son of Mr:
and Mm. Wm. Walters, aged one
month.
LOCAL MJ.W8..
S*rdis reports good grain crops
this season.
Miss Florence Kirkland is visiting friends at Chilliwack.
G. B. and Robertson's Chocolates
fresh every week���City Bakery,
W. Bowell, oi New Westminster,
was viftting in town, oil Tuesday.
Dr. -and Mrs. King- took in the
medical convention on Wednesday.
Elmer Barber has been laid up,
during the past week, with a. touch
ot typhoid.
R'-Vart Sant,r superintendent of
tie V. T. R., was a guest at the
S-tirley House on Tuesday.
!   alb.)shall ttoy is u.u   up, Out us
yet his case has not Deen diagnosed.
Orange Meat, the Finest Cereal
for Breakfast, Silver Premiums-
City Bakery.
A. M. Clark, of Fairview, spent
a conple of days last week, the
guest of P. Clark.
F. W. Harris, of Victoria, arriv
ed on Wednesday, and is a guest of
H. J-. Hutcherson.
W. H. L. had such a tremendous
crop of oats, this year, that he bad
te haul it off the field to thresh.
Dr. Wilson and wife went to Vancouver, Tuesday, to attend the convention of medicos in session there,
WANTED to trade- a Singer
Sewing Machine for Hay. or Oats���
J. H. Todd, Agent, New Westminster, B.C.
J. B.-Elliott took a: gang of men
Xm- Steveston,. Monday, to build a
new house for Chas. London.
Mrs, Nesbit, of Ottawa, is pay
iig a short visit here, the guest of
her sinter, Mrs, S. F. Woodland,
Miss Ida Harris, of Vancouver,
who was visiting Miss Beatrice
Welsh for a few days, returned
home on Monday.
G. A. Taylor, manager of the
Royal Bank' of Canada, Victoria,
Was in town Saturday aud Sunday.
laew
1   mn   11       -n   1 ��� -
MiseB. Carss returned, Saturday,
aftfet spending her holidays with
her sister, Mrs. (Dr.) Riggs,' Vancouver.
-   ���-       ������ -       -  ���
Marshall Smith and family have
folded their tent and returned to
tOwn reinvigorated for another busy
season.***
TtiestnoM' rSee meeting of the
Vancouver Jockey Club takes place
set Saturday and Monday, Sept. 3.
and 5. (Labor Days),
Jl Tan-boliae, of Westham Island, tdok his thresher to Lulu and
Sea Islands, last-week, to engage in
tke threshing there.
mMsb jean Douglas, of New
Westminster, arrived on Monday
fOr a couple of day's visit at the
IfemeKif Mr* W. H. Smith,
B. S. Smith;' of Mission City, is
the teacher in charge of the new
itoro at our school, and brings a
good record for teaching. We wish
Hm success.
Di1. Woodley returned, yesterday,
from Vancouver, where he had been
attending the medical convention,
of the benefits of which he speaks
very highly.
With no less than fifteen'thresh-
ersto handle the crop this year, it'
is efcpecfed that the whole ot the*
ctop will be under- cover- Iry. the
i*5thSepte_nber.
A'nd still another" Mbiling coun-
tenauce 'is to-be seen, this time it is
"fort Guichdnf which provides the
stniler. J. 0> Cunningham is full
Oijoy over the- Miival, Sunday, of
aprUioncii^g boy.
W. N.' Drtper and wife,-el New
���#estniM#(e"ri arrived on Monday,
a-nd at** Raw* at the Shirley
Houses'- Mr? Draper i��*engaged on
the survey ofthe Slou#n'road, from
�����V<��thaw "street to-, tii*/ head -ni- the
$ti~>i%i*'r
We are sorry to have to record
the death of the infant' son of W.
Walterss "Billy" has hard luck at
his back.
W. J. Brandrith returned home,
yesterday, irom his trip to Winnipeg in connection with the Domin
ion Exhibition,
Miss Milligan and Miss Brown,
of Toronto, and Miss Flood, of Los
Angeles, have been visiting Ladner
the guests- of Mrs. Hilton.
Mrs. H. J. Kirkland' returned
home, Thursday, alter spending a
few days with her mother, Mrs.
Nicholson, New Westminster.
Alex. Paterson threshed 41 sacks
per acre this week. This was on a
piece oi land which bad been pastured and broken up this spring.
IMPORTED STOCK,
. Four carloads of live stock from
Ontario is the result of a trip to
that province by Mr. L. W. Paisley,
of Chilliwack, Secretary of the
Dairymen's and Live stock' Association of B. C. The stock arrived
in splendid conditon, and consisted
of 18 Shorthorn bulls; .4* Shorthorn
heifers, '9 Hcrlsteiin heifers-, 6 Ayr-
shiies including one 1 bull, 3 Jersey heifers, 2 Guernseys, 4 Clydesdale mares (registered), 1 Clydesdale colt, 1 Clydesdale fillv, 2
Hackne'f mares, 1 Hackney gelding, 1 Shire mare, 3 Berkshire
boars, and*1 one sow, 2 Tamworth
boars and two sows, 3 Yorkshire
boars and two-sows, 1 Essex boar,
1 Durock Jersey, 1 Dorset Horn
ram, 7 Hamshire Down ewes and 2
rams, 1 Oxford Down ram, 2 CotS-
wold rams, 3 Cotswold ewes, and
33 fowls consisting of White Leghorns, Buff Cochins, Barred
Rocks and Silkies.���Suburb and
Country.
CALL AT
..Stainton's..
'and see the new
FARM SCALES,,
INCUBATORS,
FANNING MILLS,
And ALL KINDS OF FARMING
IMPLEMENTS.-
OUR) NEW- GASOLINE LAMPS
WILL BE IN SHORTLY.
W��*t'and see thfcm���No Generutf
ing, they Light Witfaa.
Vic. fer. Railway & Ferry Co.
EXCURSION!
.LABOR DAY IN VICTORIA.
MONDAY* SEPT.5TH, 1904*
CLOVERDALE    v To
and \
PORT GUICHON.].
VICTORIA
And RETURN
-tsaiH8Sf.ffll.J��
GOOD TO RETURN ON TUESDAY, SEPT". 6,
At $2��.? ***-
CHILDREN UNDER 12 HALF PRICE..
Brackman-Ker Milling (&
(Limited.)
GRAIN SACKS $50 PER THOUSAND
CASH, Delivered at Victoria, Vancouver,
New Westminster or Ladner, ������'.
H. BE RICH. Agent,   -   -   Ladner,
Andrew Clausen
Ladies' and  Gents'   Watches
and Chains.
Sterling    Silver    and   Plated
Goods.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Jeweller, Eke, Etc
Buy Your
fiot Water lyeaier Dow!
The Yoho Bath Heater is Now
on the Market for $17.SOI
\*ou have seen them demonstrated in. your city, and
know just what- they can do-
Jjust think of Hot Water (Boiling at That) in 90
Seconds, and* only an Old Newspaper or Handful of Old
Chips to produce the results.
They are neat as well as ornamental, and weigh hut
25 lbr.  _;	
Yoho Bath Heater Co.yLtd., 40
737 Pender St., Vancouver, B.C.
Write lor Oatalogue.    Mall Orders Receive Prompt
Attention.
Ooean Dock
 FOR;���
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
You can* not get better bargains than at Port Guichon*
We keep the best stock of everything that is needed for the
general public. Gall or send in your order and we guarantee satisfaction.
Telephone15*.
IrV. L. McBRIDE, '^gSSZfi.o.
Buggies, Etc.
Our Stock of Buggies, Road
carts, Wagons, etc., are of
First-Class* Quality and we
carry a complete line.-
Q. T. BAKER'S New s*.�����-�������*-
Binders, Etc.
Frost & Woods, Deering and
Piano* Binders,. Adams' Wagons,
EtH.
Agent for T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Call and See
Our Steel Frame
Yankee Gates
4-tt. For 14-ft. Opening, $8.50
4-ft. For 16-ft. Opening, $9.50
I     C    WAHP    WEST AM STREET,,
J.   \s.   WAUD, LADNER. B. C.
IV.   J.   Brandrith
Horticultural1 Supplies; Ftuit Boxes, Berry-
Crates, Etc.
A Few Thousand Cabbage Plants For Sale*
Ladner,
B.C.
- fyardman & Bryson, *
BEALERS IN
Graniteware, Tinware, & Hardware,
Steel; Ranges & Stoves.
Tinsmithing and Plumbitog a Specialty,
Columbia Street. 823 Granville Street*
New Westminster. Vancouver.
Robt. May, Agent,
LADNER,, B..C-
Fresh,   Smoked   and   Pickled   Meats
Of All Kinds Kept Constantly on
Hand at the        .....
Delta Meat Market
That's where you will find us ready
to buy almost anything you have, in
the way of Farm Produce, Dead or
Alive, at as Small a Price as Pbssible,
and for which We Always Pay the
Cash. We also Handle Produce on
Commission through* our Commodious
Warehouses        .        ,       .       .       .      ���������
~ MctiEE BROS* -

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