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ol. 3. No. 13.
LAON-.H, B.
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. 5ATJJRDAY, D  CEMBER 2, 1905.
$1.00 ya
eeks to
HAZELMERE.    DELTA vs. WILSON \ DELTA COUNCIL
We
Steve   McLean   is   visiting      New   Westminster,   Nov.   2Q:���
in  Vancouver   for a   few Tie almo-it   historic cat.   of   Dr.
j Wilson   vs.   the   Muuicipality
Mrs.   Benjamin',   ol   Vancouver, ��� Delta, is up again in  the Supreme! the
was out visiting friends for a couple I Court before Chief justice Hunter.
of day. and incidentally took in thei,Sir C. II. Tupper and J. Martin are
core r>.
Council   met   iu   the   Council
Chamber   on  Saturday, Nov.   2$:
of | present Reeve  W. H.  Ladner io
chair,   and   Couns.   Gibbie,
Davie, Paterson, Huff and Embree.
Minutes   of   previous   meeting
A large Chri.-iln.fr. tree anl entertainment is to be held ia the
Mall's Prairie -School about tbe
���?:rd of Daeember.
appearing   I'or   the    plaintiff   and
Messrs. Tavlor and Bowes  for  the) were al,��Pted as read-
municipality.   There are   2S   wit- communications
FOR-
Your    Busln
��� T''-
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New Fruits
New Peels,
Fresh
Mr. and Miss Stevens, of Vancouver, were visiting friends at
Clover Valley, last Sunday, return-
in;: op the flyer iu the evening.
H. T. Thrift was a visitor  at the
1 Capital last week.    Mr. Thrift ex-
' peels to  leave  for  Winnipeg in a
day or two on  business  connected
with his firm iu Westminster,
The Hritish Lion Milling Co.,
and the Hazelmere Lumber Co .nre
again in operation after a forced
shut down of several weeks on account of shortage of cars, the Hazelmere Lumber Co. having to refuse
one order alone of 300 cars on that
account.
The 0. N. P. Co. are contemplating making extensive improvements between Blaine and Cloverdale, and have had a gang of surveyors out for a number of weeks
past, between these two points.
The idea is to run more direct from
Cloverdale to Hazelmere and thence
in a more direct line to Blaii.e,;
thereby saving the heavy grade,
which exists both sides [of Hazelmere.
nesses to be examined and cross-ex-!
aniined and tl.e evidence of two
others, taken by commission, is to;
be read, so the present sitting of
the case gives every evidencee of
being a prolonged one.
N. A. McDiarmid, clerk of the
municipality, was on the stand, and
was examined at some length upon
a provisional by-law produced by
himself and which counsel for the
plaintiff wished to show was the
origin or foundation of the by-law
finally adopted, that it was, iu fact,
identically the same excepting for
the blanks in which the names,
etc., were later inserted.
Chief Jus ice Hunter suggested,
the other day, that it would be wise
to try and reach a compromise, if
possible, therefore His Lordship accompanied the interested jarties and
their legal advisers to the scene of
the dispute, but up to this noon no
settlement had been reached.
Westham Island,
Prom J. A. Catherwood re meeting of Reeves' Association. Clerk
to replv that Council will not be
represented at next meeting.
From Mayor Keary, New Westminster.    Received and filed.
From Dr. King, coroner, inclos-
ing account for $22.20. Received
and ordered paid.
On motion L. Tamboline was allowed 1500 feet of plank to make
approach to the Tamboline bridge.
The Reeve reported that Wm. A.
Gunn bad been sent to the hospital
at New Westminster.
The following accounts were ordered paid: A. Falk, $10; J. M.
Collinson, $2.25; Hopcott Bros.,
$52.10; Taylor & Baker, $6.75; G.
T. Baker, $15.95; Jas. Nelson.
$5.05; A. Gladhill, $2.50; W. Mc-
Waters, $1; R. May, $1.10; B. C.
Eyton, $10; D. McLean, $339;
Grant & Kerr, $30.66.
The Clerk was instructed to notify Jos. H. Shirley that he was ap-
: pointed auditor.
Council then adjourned to meet
again on Saturday next, December
- gth, at 2 p.m.
CJ
We have to-day the  Largest and  Best
Assorted Stock Carried in .Ladner.
OUR PRICES ARE WfiHT..
"Follow the Crowd."
Sunday, the 26th tilt., being
Temperance Sunday, the pulpit of
the Hazelmere Methodist Church
was filled by Rev. Henry Wilson,
of   Westminster,  who delivered a
C. H. Trim is paying a business
visit to Vancouver this week.
H. Mearns, of Ladner, is paying
a visit to his many friends on the
Island.
W. Savage met with a bad
Concert.
Tuesday evening's entertainment,
under the auspices of the Baptist
acci- Church, was a great success, fin-
very able address on the evils of J dent, last Saturday, which laid him | ancialIy and otherwise. Rev. Herbert W. Piercy proved himself to
be an entertainer of high degree,
and it is to be hoped that he may
Marshall
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CVLSSING  CONThST.
Guess the number of seeds in the
pumpkin on exhibition at the City
Bakery.   With every 25c. cash purchase you get one guess:
tst   Prize,   3-storey   Fruit
Cake ...$12 50
2nd Prize, One Box Imported Chocolates.. $ 5 ����
jrd Prize, Bon Bons ......$ 2 50
Children under 1=5.get one guess
with each ioc. purchase:
rst Prize, Fsmcy Cake ... $3 00
2nd Prize, Bon Bons $2 00
3rd Prize. G. B. Chocolates...$1 00
Seeds counted by a committee,
Tuesday, December 26.
AN EMERGENCY MEDICINE.
For sprain,s bruises, burns, scalds
and similarjinjuries, there ]is nothing so good as Chamberlains Pain
Balm. It [soothes the wound and
not only ��� gives instant relief from
pain,, but causes tbe parts to heal in
about one-third the time required
by the usual treatment. Sold by
,F. J. MacKenaie.
SAD FIND.
Admission to the Bazaar in the
.^ttrnoon is^reev j,
American Bail Ties for $2.35 at
G. T.. Baker's.
When Miss Rowe, of Westniin-j Church ou the
ster, who had been visiting friends! grand success,
here - and   at
moderate drinking to the good-sized up for the first part of the week,
audience preseut. Several of the He is all right now.
pulpits 011 this circuit were filled, -ne ]ocaI football team met their
the above date by Rev. Mr. Ljj rjvals, the Shamrocks of Van*
Stephenson, of Westminster, who [ C0Uver, last Saturday, in a league
filled the vacancies caused by the j gr me ancj at tue same tjme decide
absence of tl.e pastor, Rev. Mi'-j the long pendiug ownership of tbe
Wilkinson. j Marshall Smith Cup.   The teams
Another meeting to discuss the I were fairly well matched and put
proposed   "tramway   by-law"  was| ��P * *?ood *?;1��� ���� both Sldes; The
held iu the  Hall's  Prairie School I *?***"* fiuisbed w,th a FCOre of one
House  on  Saturday,   Nov.   25th.
A   good   representative   audience jteaul
was present to listen to the several |
speakers who were there to  promote the cause  of the  new tram
line.    The people of this neighborhood  seem   to  be  much   more  in j
favor of the line now, espe.ia.lv; Next Tuesday night there will
since Burtt Morgan has agreed to! ^ a gilcrecj song- service commenc-
insert a clause in his by-law to the ! jng at oaif past seven. All lovers
effect that a branch line would be 0f song are lequested to be present,
run from the maiu line to Blaine ^Q (;i,arge for admission. No col-
j and that two trains per day would Iection-
! be operated thereon.
i    The concert and basset   social
i given iu the  Hazelmere  Methodist | entertainment which takes place on j ton;
Wo nil  iu   favor  of the  Vancouver
Baptist Giurcli.
be induced to visit Ladner again in
the near future.
Rev. Jas, A. Banton occupied the
chair and introduced the nnmbers
as   follows:    Vocal   solo,    "King
David's   Lament."   Rev. Jas.   A.
Banton; solo, "By the Fountain,"
Mrs.' Lanning; Rev.   H.  Piercy,
"Love in a Balloon." encore, "The
Uuiversal Habit"; solo. "Tatters/*
encore,   "Asthore," Mrs.  Banton;
duet, "The Lost Ship," Dr. Woodley and Rev. Banton; Rev. Piercy,
"How Bill Adams Won the Waterloo";   solo,   "Two Little Ones,"
Miss Thirkle;   quartette,   "Moon-
I light Will Come Again," Mrs. Ban-
'ton,  Miss Thirkle,  Dr.   Woodley
land    Rev.    Banton;   solo,    "Out
I where the billows roll high," Dr.
I Woodley; Rev. Piercy, sketch from
The Sunday-chool  scholars are [Alfred   Tennyson;    duet,    "Bitter
busy preparing  lor the Christmas j Sweet," Mrs. and Rev. J.  A. Ban-
Rev. Piercv,   "How Reuben-
Steveston,  returned I stormy   weather.
17th  ult.,   was  a;
tbe!
was i
considering
Over $50
Friday-
church,
night,   Dec.   22nd,   in  the
home on
very  sad
Tuesday last, she met a
sight.     It  appears
realized,   which  goes towards
Mrs. Jean Templar, when on her
re"! recent visit here, promised to return
seating the new church.   The com- i and de,ive_ a leclnUi with Jj-meijg_*.t
at| mittees are hard at work again pre- j vjews entitledi .*A Cmise Around
her father had gone to his business; paring  for another concert, to  be ; th
2nd
Mediterranean," on Wednes-
directly after breakfast, and shortly j held in the same place on the 2nd l^y December 2-th. The lecture,
afterwards her mother, Mrs. Rowe, j Jatmary, proceeds of ^wliich will be j wherever delivered, is spoken of in
received a stroke of paralysis which
stein played the piano."
After the singing of the National
Anthem the well pleased audience
dispersed.
The S. S. Sonoma will make
regular trips every week day to and
from Steveston. Leave Ladner 8
a. m. and 4 p. m. Returning leave
Steveston 9, a. m. and 5 p. m.
(ftamberlaiit's Cough Remedy
Cote* OoU-v Croup and Whooping Coujh.,
deprived her ofthe use of her Iimi s
as well as her speech. Dr. Dnw
was immediately sent lor but could
hold out no hope of recovery. Ti e
sympathy of the community goes
out to the stricken family.
Allan Seymour, vocal'
wing at the-*eiitertaiment, or
evening next.
applied on the organ fuud. Already , t]w h[ghtst term
a programme  has been  arranged, |
and as Hazelmere has a reputation 1
for giving first class entertainments,
we feel sure this next one will not
in any way injure that  reputation
On Thursday evening last Miss
McClusky, of Crescent Island, had
! a very narrow escape.  While about
1s ntile out returning   home, some-
I thing caused the horse which she
  I was driving to kick, with the re-
H.Nicholson went over to Van- suit tbat it got both hind feet over
the dash board and could not get
couver today.
A good programme is being pre-
will j pared for the evening of tbe Bazaar,
1
T> urs-j Thursday   Dec.   7th.
��� t,als? it is introduced,
Seme   new
them back again, consequently the
buggy was overturned,    Miss Mc-
W. J. Brandrith returned to day i ciusky jumped in time to save her-
from a visit to the twin cities. se*f from injury but the buggy and
  harness were both badly damaged,
'    rk.->k..f.:-.>. coiio.. cholera an-     and the horse had its side lacerate*
by one of thc shafts,
Chamberlain's D?arfhoea�� Remedy
Js'cver fails.   Buy h uow.   \t may save life.
mmmmmimie* ��� ���
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w  T    V THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY DFX EMBER 2, 1*0.5.
THE DELTA TIMES.
PsVBHiHEl) KVRRY  SATURDAY*
Subscription, $1.00 per year.
ADYltftTIUMG RATES.
Caaaal Ad-ertlKsaeuU, ls ceata per line foi
t_t tirst iu.ortioa. nn* Stems prr liae lot each
aabeequrni iusettion. T\n nnmbcr .1 lines
teckoaed by the apace occupied, u lines to the
IBCs.
Xatce tor Commercial Advertisements ea�� bc
had oa appUcatioa at thia ohice.
fteaa-eg aottcea la cauls per Itae (ar each lu-
aerti��a.
lHrth aad Death aeMcra, jee., -lerrta(tsfi.eo.
Aay special ��atlo��, the abject ol which la to
���ao-tou thc pecaaiary beaefit of auy imiivi.ual
or enpasy, ta be ceaeidere- an advertisement
aad charged secerdiatly.
All edrerliaemeate charged far uatll ordered
out aud paid for.
Corr-spondeiicc ievtted oa Matter* ol public
tauaraal. Coaiiaaaicatioua to editor must be accompanied by aame of writer, aot necessarily
lar pablicatioB, bat aa evidence of good faith.
Correapoadeaee meet reach thia ofice by Thura-
Say eTaatag.
Gxo. R.
MAMI.BT,
Manager.
a\-rurDAY, dkckmbkr 2, 1905.
Elections will soon come around
a^ain. What are you going to do?
Pou't you think it is possible to
find a ycunjer and more down to
date man to fill tbe Reeveship? Sir
William has reached the four score
and surely cannot be expected to
continue in harness any longer
Then, again, there are other matters of import, such as the raising
of tunds for road making, abolition
of the ward system, etc. These
matters need your attention, what
are you going to do about it? It is
time to get a move on.
THE OUTLOOK FOR IMPROV
ED LIVE STOCK.
It would appear from high prices
realized at recent sales ot pure bred
live stock that the farmers and
breeders throughout the country are
lully alive to the importance of
improving the standard ot the herds
of both Beef and the Dairy breeds.
The contention that there is always a demand for good animals at
handsome prices is fully borne out.
A geo 1 animal costs no more to
feed than an inferior one and more
and more is the farmer becoming
convinced oi the fact that although
the initial cost ofthe introduction of
a pure-bred sire into a herd may be
Urge that the improvement resulting justifies the price paid in the
corresponding increase iu the herd
value. Not only are breeders of
established herds introducing new
blood but foundations for new herds
are being laid by men not hitherto
considered breeders of pure bred
stock.At two recent sales of Shorthorn* 100 head brought $35,123
an average ot $351.23 each. At the
Flatt sale at Hamilton 64 cattle
���were sold tor $27,303 an average
of $426.61. This lot included a
dozen or more calves under six
months of age. The highest price
paid for a sire was $2,100 and for
a dam $1,600, amounts paid ranged
irom these down to $110. At the
Attrillsale, London,36 bead realized
$7,7&o an average price of $216.
The highest price at this sale was
$650. At the Hunter sale of Ayr-
shires at Maxville 47 animals real-
s j/ed $9,255 an average .rice of about
$200. One bull brought $700 and
one cow $675. In this lot was included a number of calves under
two months of age. These prices
are probably the highest ever received for animals of the Ayrshire
breed. That the teachings ot the
Farmers' Institutes, the Live Stock
Associations and the work of the
Dominion and Piovincial Departments ot Agriculture is bearing
results is apparent fioni the aLove
facts.
A   PANEGYRIC ON WOMAN.
Re.-.d directly, then read first and
third and second and fourtli lines oi
each >*erse and lo the different.
The bliss ot him no tongue can tell
Who in a woman doth confide
Who with a woman scorns 10 dw 11
Unnumbered evil*, will betide
Tbev make the daily path of life
A pleasant journey strewed with
flowers;
A dreary scene of painful strife.
They quickly change with matchless p'.WCIS.
Domestic joys will fast decay
Where female influence is  unknown
Where'er a woman holds the sway,
A man is in perfection shown.
She's never failing to display
Truth in its native loveliness
A heart inclined to treachery
A woman never did possess.
Taut man true dignity will find
Who tries the matrimonial state
Who pours contempt ou womankind
Will find his jolly when too late.
���Ex.
We have 100 boxes Jap Oranges
the tamous Fugita Brand due to arrive Dec. 15th���City Bakery.
Remember the ouly place to buy
the "Genuine Slater Shoe" at Montreal prices is at W. E. Sinclair's,
the Leading Shoe Store of New
Westminster. *
We are indebted to the Delta Meat
& Commission Co. for a handsome
calendar representing the Royal
Farm at Sandringham; and to W.
H. Smith for one entitled "Some
American Beauties," which are
really beautiful.
GRIP QUICKLY
OUT.
KNOCKED
"Some weeks ago during the severe winter weather both my wife
and mysel contracted severe colds
which speedily develvopid into the
worst kind of la grippe with all it*
miserable symptoms," says Mr. J. S.
Esleston cf Maple Landing, Iowa.
"Knees and joints aching, muscles
sore, head stopped up, eyes and nose
running, with alternate spells of
chills and fever. We began using
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, aiding the same with a dose of Cham-
berlaiu's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and by its liberal use soon
completely, knocked out the grip."
These Tablets promote a healthy
action of the bowels, liver and kidneys which is always beneficial
when the system is congested by a
cold or attack by the grip. 1*m sale
by F. J. MacKenzie.
AN "AFFAIRE DU COEUR"
A DOG-FIGHT.
The young man who is anxious
to lay the world at the feet of the
gitl he adores, three months after
be marries her isn't willing even to
lav the carpet.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
*j_rea Colds. Croup and Whooping Cough.'
Your Safeguard!
A.   O.  U.   v.*.
. Delta Lodge, No. 12 meets first
and third Tuesdays of each month
in Oddfellows' Hall.
W. C. Pybus, sM.W.
Gko. R. Manlky, Recorder.
I.O.O.F.
Delta Lodge, No. 21.���The regular meetings of this Lodge are held
every Wednesday evening at 8 p.
ia. Visiting Brethren cordially invited to attend.
Prank Culms. N.G.
Dr. A. A. King, Se:
C. O. F.
Court Fraser No. 398, meets in
Oddfellows' Hall, second and last
Thursday evenings of each month
at 8 o'clock. Visiting Brethren
welcome.
A. YORKE, C. R.
I. HUME, R.S.
Fence Posts.
If you fequ;re fence posts just
drop me a line, or call and see
THOS. ROBERTS.
�� Ladner. B.C.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL I.AN_> SURVEYOR
Room >, Btlard Block. New Westminster.
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f Horse Goods! *
It! 1
^       Our Harness aud Horse Furnishings ; I
5 Shave lou*j proved reliable, and they are
,', built uot ouly for style but wear. J t
S*. 1
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. *
'[ huqh Mcdowell, is
LADNER, B. C )i
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McRAE & Co
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ULuUFlrtlli LB!Lull i
NSW  WESTMINSTER, B.C.    !
A lull line oi English a>id Irish I
Tweedi) aim Fancy Prouserings always kept in stock. j
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7;; DOUBLE RIOS^AND SADDLE HOR-SK
v>N PHOBT NOTICE
.��'.jrk Done at Specially Low Prices.
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iOSEPH J0IH>AN, Proprietor.
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NEW WESTMINSTER,   :-:  B. C.
���.��� Manufneturera of all kinds ol
* Soda Water, Ginger
* Ale and Summer
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Drinks. i
Your patronage solicited     j
���es��!��sa~J..a.��,ya..J..a.��3��.a.��J��.a.<fr.��w_ss*.<5��.����J��.��..{>
Fashion Stables -
Trucking and Draying.
Livery work of all kinds attended to promptly*.
Wm Alexander
I.miner, R. C.
FOR
Track Marks
Designs
C6RYRK1HT8 Ac.
Anyene saaalHf a sketch ana description nay
' kly eeeerlai* onr opinion free wfcaf"
IhTMOMt la probably t
qulakly ascertain onr opinion free whether aii
l-.tvenuon l�� probably patentable. Commnnlca-
n.snsitnetlroon-dsmtlaL HANDBOOK on Patents
nml tree. Olrteet acaney for securing patents.
Patents taken Intoneh Munn k Co. receive
tfrnUU netlet, wit hoot ohantc, *.n the
Scientific American.
\ handsomely il'.nstratad weekly. T-anraot eh*-
culalinn of any sotantifle Journal. Tonus, 93 a
{car: tour munths, $_ -old by all newsdealers.
" Uo.*618wua",���� New York
an Implements
I Macliihery
Of All Kinds,
Buggies & Wagons,
Ball Ties,
Gasoline Lamps,
Lubricating Oils,
Goal Oil & Gasoline,
Or almost anything in that
lint go to
J.T.Stainton
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HELTA TINSMITH SHOP
The Place for Tinsmithing, Bath Tubs, Sto*e
Pipe, Conductor Pipe, Roof Plates, and Everything Else in This Line.
Agent form
Gurney Foundry Co.'s Stoves.
P. D. Dod's Mixed Paints.
Yoho Bath Heater.
Just the tiling fo* making witet hot for wishing daify
"CrtftYisns, scalding hogs, or for wash day. Kvery
Farmer's Wife Should Have One.
ROBT. MAY,
Westham Street,
Ladner, B. C
. iu. _a ��� -. .. maama
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GILLEY BROS.,
DEALERS   IN
Wellington Coal,
Rosebank Lime,
Portland Cement,
Smithy Coal,
Sewer Pipe, Drain Tile,
Etc.
Steam Tug "Flyer" and
Barges ior Hire.
Office: Front St.        Phonk i-6.
New Westminster, 13. C.
New Crop Now In Stock
HOME GROWN and i��\portv?d
GARDEN, FIELD AND
FLOWER SEEDS
Wholesale alvd Retail.
Special Prices to Farmers* Institutes.
Thonands of Fruit and Ornamental Trees.
RHODODENDRONS,      ROSES.
GREENHOUSE A.ND HARDY
PLANTS
now growing in my Nurseries for
Spring planting.
Eastern prices or less. White Labor.
FERTILIZERS,
BEE HIVES AND SUPPLIES.
CATALOGUE FREE.
1��t0rpo*Bte4 �����.***.
CAPIT.AL, - - ��� $^000,000
RESERVE FUNDS*       * - $3,302,743
TOTAL ASSETS, - *        $3i,l83><&5
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Savings Bepartment*
Deposits of $1 and upwards received and later*
est Allowed at Highest Current Rates.
 55 BRANCHES.���-
BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA���Vancouver, Vancou-v**'
East End, Mt. Pleasant; Grand Forks, Nanaimo,  Nelson, Rosslaird,
Victoria, Vernon, Chilliwack. Cumberland and New Westimnst*.
L.
M. RICHARDSON, Manager, LADNER, B.t.
I   i i ,      in���sann.,     . uriansaiaii i.       g   -   aj tVtJ. ,.l i. i'._��__a
M. J. HENRY, Vancouver
3010 Westminster Road.
^\THEN buying OVER-
ALLS see that they
bear this label. It is a guarantee of their quality ....
Overalls bearing the "BUCK
B AND" are Union mate, bv
your own countrymen, aud as
nearly indestructible as it is
possible to make them. They
are manufactured by the pioneer workingmen's outfitters of
the west. Men who know
western conditions and requirements from having lived
the life ot the westerner. Ask
lor "BUCK BRAND" ���veralls
and take no other	
1.1 MUIR 1 Wll
rtanufacturers,
VANCOUVER,      -     B. C.
Christmas I    Christmas 11
We are Booking Orders now for
TURKEYS AND GEESE,
place your orders with us, we guarantee not to disappoint you, and
give you Young Birds.
Shipment of Picnic Hams just arrived, i'se. lb
Delta
ffltaf & Commission <��
ANOTHER CAR OF
Royal Household
Flour
Just Arrived*
Bran, Shorts, Etc*]
Phone 9.
Ladner, B.C.
Buggies'
If you want a nice new
Buggy, up-to-date in
every respect, or if the
one you have needs
painting, call at
G. ^BAKER'S n^^?^
A Full Line of���a
Fruit Jars/
Jar Rings,
Jelly Glasses*
-AT-
H.J.Hutcherson' THE D8LTA TIMES, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2. 190$.
arm*
CMlRCil   NOTlCBd.
AO. SAJNTH.
..Anglican,)
Holy Cotumunion ��� Suuday*,
8*3�� a.m. 1*. Sunday iu -mouth,
u am,
M'ltii**, 11 Q'e)a?fct
EveiUrUlig, 1 ���Clutf-;,
Sunday School at IO *>��,
Friday, evening wvicc 71.V-*-.
Kev, Canon HUton. vicar,
evrnaue
Rever��n��l -fotlvw ISdm, Peytavvn,
0,M,I, Service* fa*t and third
Sunday of oaeh month nt 10:30 a m
benediction, j^q ftm.
R*v, J. Wagner.
Parish Mm*.
mtT-HOMS��.
ServictJ* UMt lord's Pay at 11
a. m.and 7ia*> n-ru.
Class mesi-jnj*, 10.30 a.m. vteey
Sunday,
Sabbat* School nt a p tn vnry
Sunday, Prayer meeting every
Thursday evening at 7.3a
fey, J, F. Betta, pastor,
.er. ANsMtro n ����ns��YT��-tuii
Services*, next lfifd*t Pay at 11
a.m. and 7 rx.m.
Sabbath SfchooJ nt �� P a Mid**
week meeting on Thursday evening
it 7.30 o'clock.
Ret, A, McAuley. Pastor,
nawrwr.
Sabbath service* at Ladue* at 11
n,m. andyp,����.
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at
���,30 p. in.,; choir practice at 8.
Jan. A*. B%nto��. pastor.
A CKRTA-W CURE SQR
Q*���*VP.
Wheu a chift sho,**-* ��yvw\pmm of
erotic tbe��% is ao time to e*pe��*.
pent witb aew remedfes, no matter
how highly theymay be recommend*,
ed. Theie- vt one* pwpajatioR that
can a^waxo DO depeudcd upon. It
has been in use lot many years nud*
has never been known to fait, viae
Chamberlain's. Cough Heme%. M��-
MN F. Qprn^on. of Market. Te^as*
says, of i* "Vfcax*. m*A Chains-**
fcin,**, Congh, R^n��ly ito severe
qaseso/cipi^w,iJhnwci��ldien, and
can truthfuNly say it always given
prompt sejief."- For safe by F. Js
MacKenzie.
let Us Talk It Over.
Have you, young; mau or young woman, ever given the
future any consideration? Are you content to drift along as
you are with a superflf.cial public school education which does
not prepare you for earning your living.
There are openings for young men in tbe business world
as atewograpiiers or ele- Us. \ Vomica arc eligible for the same
positions, what could you do in such a position? Are you a good
penman? Ar-e you rapid and accurate at figures. Can you use
the typewriter so as to write 40 words per minute? Can you do
well the many things that are required to bedone iu the fcmsi
ness offices uf Irxgc cities?
Unless you have taken a course in the above you are unprepared for office work except in a small ��/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 I40 a mouth and over.
Miss W. K, Smith receives 40 per month from the
Hastings Shingle Manufacturing Co., as stenographer. Miss
Menzie starts for the Yorkshire Guarantee and Securities
Corporation at $45. Several are working for the C. P. R.
at $30 per month and upward.
Wi CAN HELP YOU TO A POSITION LIKE THIS
If you oome to us nnd work hard. If you want further
proof of the way we help to positions write us and we will
send you more names.
But don't put off. Every month yon delay means one
month's salary lost The sooner you graduate the sooner
you are in a position.
Vancouver Business College,
Limited,
149 Hastings Street,    -    -    �����'   Opposite Province Office, j
D. H. ELLIOTT, Principal.
For Sale.
From 75 to 100 cords of wood, at
the Boundary Iiav ranch. Price,
$1.25 per cord on the ground.
J. GRAUER.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
That sixty days after date I intend
to apply iu tiie Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission
te purchase two small unnamed Islands lying west-south-west about
half (H) mile from District Lot No.
Five Hundred and Thirty-two (532).
Group II (>), New Westminster
District, and containing in all about
250 acres of land, more or lers. I
have this day staked and posted a
copy oi this notice on above lands.
Dated at Port Guichon this 4th
day of November, 1905.
W. J. LEARY.
Her Object.
"Bat why I. she no anxious to ba
prominent In society?"
"Because the wants to go oo the
stage."
A l.e>Bte>a lenaa.
A poor umbrella solely.
I'm not for preaching meant.
Yet I beve gotten holey
Bjr always keeping Lent.
,.w Better.
Chotly (sighing)���I cannot exist without her.
Alfred���Well, what'ii the mutter wit*
uviag}���r��i.k.
Predestined.
If I were but n child ugnln
And had my life lo tro ajjua,
I reckon I'd go wild ui.aln
And hoe the same old row again.
It Depea-ed.
Judge (to witness)��� You say you have
known the prisoner all your life?
Witness���Ves, your honor.
Judge���Now, ln your opinion, do you
think be could be guilty of stealing
this money?
Witness���How much was it?
����
+ iT e.Q I $ i fr t $ . <��� . fr a $ ��� $ . fr a i>ft, ��� ���{��� ��� ���;��� ��� H*'.'*',.'><H,"s>'<'*
XMAS   ANNOUNCEMENT. I
Christmas and New Year will soon be here           ^ ��l
Bringing to all much happiness aud joy      * I
An 1 Santa Clans with his Reindeer Y
Will visit every girl and boy. 4*
A busy old man is jolly Saint Nick 1
And needs the best help he can find Y
So he sends of hia stock the very best pick v
To the store that he thinks the right kind. .!.
He sends presents suited ior young and old .���.
And oi every color, shape and size, \
Where with purses ot pennies or filled with gold T
One can procure a remembrance that will prove a prize.   ���:���
Headquarters of Santa, in Ladner, will be Y
At F. J. MacKknzik'S Drug Store a
And if you will call I am sure you will see j
That his goods are as choice as ever before��� 1*
���V. R.                                                           SANTA CLAUS.   X
��� $a $ i + �� $��� + 1+mOm+mQ *0 ��� fr ���'��� ��'���'��'���'*'-fr'-fr* <' a ���>�����>�����> awflw
r*L��*>___i__��__��__a_B_e
MEW YEAR'S
eemamemmemmmmmmmi
S-kVStSsH  (CEVkJUHiMA
ii
(.W-Wtwinster Branch)
t*P* TaWr
sfeae We," Weal*!**)**;*, fpc \ww����i5>
fpd a.ja a.m. and hsufLy tli/trraljtp.ir umtm *.�� P-
���.-. Saturday* aad Simd-xi al 1,1, $,**,,
Cara leare Va.B.ce-i,v��i ffili Wc*4PUfi**(s*n.���� S-ja
e,i 6.50 a. *v,��*Wi hrPMJtlsX' tAp""**". nutd, t�� ,.
*��.,S��JiMdaota��*lSimvJ��?*v"�� HP-!*-.
vmwnjpt CMS-.
���joi.tiratst *&*w* feta ji SfbcM a******.-** paid
*, fruit ehHwaenta. Out wag ana m*i\ em, "a**-*-
Mdtralae,   Vosraljcvau *)*ty-��
�� A. SHILRS.
tnuSc Ugh
��*>
��. a. CLOVER
LecUMg.-.
!*wMw>H#k*>,s*,*i*
5090 Telegraphers
I           Nl^EDED
^onuaUy. ie, fill tto wew ycsJtions
��re��red by/ Railroad **A TwteRraph
Companies. We want YOUNG
IP-^N and W-WKS.-f ��*opd Wilts to
UE-ARN TQLEQRAPHY
AND R* A ACCQUiNfTINQ , , ,
We t'waiish *���_; per ewt of the
Opera toes a*d i^tatio* Agents in
Amcrijoa* Owsiix .schools ��n the
l^lgeat e.xeti��Mve Te)tgiaph Schools
i)n the uro^ds Rst��Miphed zp, years
find endorsed lt_f aU feeding R*il
way Officials..
We execute �� psp-- Vtpai Inevery
ttW&tBt to bm&m mvn of her a
Bosjuiwi paying fifoao ^o. (md $60 a
month 'ip States ��.st of tho Rocky
>lottm*i��.* or f<o��a $j$. to jboo a
gtiohtfa in States west of the Rockies,
^iSMM��ti|,tely up^ gjr*d��atioris
Shtdewts can enter %t any time.
JJo vacations.   For $*# particulars
regarding *ny of ew schools.' w*ite>l
direct   to   war executih-e, M-fol nt
QiucitisfAtiv "ft-   Catalogiec fi-eev
IW-SUIIBHi
Cinciswiaiti, Clht*?,       Bufiato, N.Y
Atlanta, Ga. LaCrosse. Witj
���if^n^ana, Tex. Sa/i Frwcis<w,(>
DRAWING!
Win $100 in Gold
MacKenzie's
GRAND - PRIZE - CONTEST
Competition Closes Saturday Evening:,
December 30th, 1905.	
We carry a most Complete and Up-to-Date Stock of Dry Goods and Gents'
I^nishiiigs and at prices which can't be beat anywhere.
iSO IN GOLD.
it
tt
HRST PRIZE,
SECOND
THIRD
fOURTH "
PlfTH    "
.Every Purcbaaer of ONE  sTO-LLARS' WORTH of GOODS will receive ONE
TICKET.
Tickets to be given ONLY for Cash Purchases.
20
tt
15
ii
10
u
5
u
MacKenzie 's
Dry Goods .Store.
A "Tittis.... ni-.s-.p.
On one occasion Biitliop Selwyn was
going down the river Walkato with a
Maori wben the latter, who was very
lazy, left off paddling tlie canoe, at tbe
same time muttering that if Selwyn
were not a bishop he would���well, "go
for hlm." In a moment the bishop told
the man to turn the canoe ashore,
where, stripping himself of everything
episcopal, be said, pointing to his
robes, etc: "The bishop lies there; the
man i.s here. I am .|iiite ready; come
ou." Tlie Maori iV.d uot "romp cu,"
however, but quietly resumed his work
without another murmur.���London Tit-
Cits.
New Vork Skrrlffa.
The reason why the sheriff of New
Vork cauuot be elected to two successive terms ls this: It is the sheriff's
duty to carry out the process of courts
against official delinquents during trial
aud after conviction. Should a slieriff
endeavor forcibly to bold over for a
second time ufter having been defeated
for re-eiectlou be would be the Instrument of thc court's process agaiuxt
himself, a pan.doxlcal position which
the law avoids by making him ineligible for re-election.
A Wonderful Humor.
Puget sound Is one of the linest harbors In the world. If not the linest���u
deep bay over it hundred miles long
cut off from the ocean by the mountainous western peninsula of Washington. The waters nearly everywhere are
deep, the shores ubrupt, and the tide is
moderate. Ships may go from Tacoma
half way to Alaska without passlik
out of this great sound uud its extensions northward.
Colds
It should be borne in mind that
every cold weakens the lunps, lowers the vitality and prepares the
system for the more serious diseases, among which are the two
greatest destroyers of human life,
pneumonia and consumption.
Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy
has won its great popularity hy its
prompt cures of this most common
ailment. It aids exjK-ctoration, relieves the lungs and opens the
secretions, effecting a speedy and
permanent cure. It counteracts
any tendency toward pneumonia.
Price 25c, Large Size 50c
CLUBBING OFFER.
Iu order to retain our old subscribers and obtain new ones we
wish to make the following extraordinary offer:
Pacific Homestead $1 00
Northwest Poultry Journal...      50
Review of Reviews  3 00
Cosmopolitan    1 00
Delta Times    1 00
The whole of the above  will be
given for the very small sum of $a.
According to The Commercial,
of Winnipeg, the visible supply of
oats in the United States and Canada, east of the Rocky Mountains,
is 27,383,000 bushels, compaied
with 41,958,000 bushels a year ago.
NOTICE.
ivlor,
(lack*
il on
tnber,
must
15th.
!i, all
The firm of Baker & Ti
carrying on business a> 1
smiths, having been dissolve
this, the 15th day of fc-fovei
all accounts due the said lirm
:>e paid, on or before December
to the undersigned, by who
bills will be settled.
G. T. BAKE
Ladner, B. C, Nov. 15, '05
Time Table.
Train leaves Clover,lale at 1:1.0
p.m. and arrives at Pott Guichon at
2:20 p.m.
Train leaves Port Guichon at
2:.��o noon and arrives at Cloverdale
at 3:55 p.m.
Mondays oul\
There  are  two through passed-
ger traiu.s per day each wav  to and
j from Seattle ami  a  mixed  train to
jaud from Beliingh iia.
-
/������
���MM THE DELTA TIH3SS, SATURDAY. DECEMBER a, 1*05.
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OUR STOCK OP CHRISTMAS GOODS is the Largest and &st feserted ever shown in Late, comprising High Grade fancy Goods, Toys and Dolls, fancy China, Glassware, Cutlery, Bamboo
furniture, Drawn linen, Piano Drapes, fancy Handkerchiefs and everytlmg that is m Deiand &
Christmas time.
Presents ior Young and Bids   No Trash*
-_______tf___tt_C_.fi
ra*w
mas
T
HIS has always been a Great Success and we Intend to make it a Greater Success thaa ever.
This Christmas we shall Give Away
20 PRIZES, VALUE $73.
l.
6.
���4.
&
6.
7.
8.
fc.
10.
10 Prices Suitable for Adults.
Kitchen Cabinet,, - - "Value,
Silver Bread iJish, - Value,
Piano Drape, - - Value,
L-CfriJ), - - Value,
Half Dozen Silver Forks, - Value,
Half Dozen Stive* Table Spoons,      Value,
Lady's White Voile Waist,     - Value,
Gilt Picture Frame, - Value,
iSiUver Cup, - - Value,
Silver "Ofiip, * - Value,
1
$25.00
4.50
-4:00
4.00
3.00
S.OO
S.OO
2.50
2*5*0
2.50
10 Prices Suitable Jo-r C3i-iJil$e*E.
1. Booking Horse.
2. Parlor Croquet.
���& Castle.
4. HtfesBfefi JDoll.
5. Sleigk
6. -Drum.
J7. Toy Wringer. >
8. Vacuum Arrow Pistol
��. Blocks.
10. ��oil.
I?     JJ.VSsJ,
i- ���:.'
A TICKET
For a Chance In Our Great Christmas Drawing will be GIVEN AWAY with each SO Gated
Purchase, and the Drawing will take place at 6 o'Clook Saturday Night,
Beoember 23rd, in Our Store, in the SAME WAY AS LAST YEAR
which proved very satisfactory to ��H concerned.
(NO EMPLOYEE, or Member o'f His Family, will be allowed to participate -ia -this Brawitig.)
PRIZES WILL BE EXHIBITED
In Our Windows -next -Monday, *&��v. ISflh, on which date we will commence giving away Tickets With parchas��s
BEWARE OF .IMITATIONS
T U M B L E L A TER,
No Trouble to Sh*ow Our <loods.
WIA RSHaA ll
jr-.u-a
^r"*W">tT��--
T"-".w. ���" iii% _j*L,TA rilUld SAT.#RJ>A\r PK-CttiNriJER fe, 19*$
LOjCAt- W$& j   School Report.
Mrs. F, KirkUiiJ visited Ladner
thi�� week.
Uf. Burnett left tbis morntnj an a
visit; to Victoria.
Tl^e..  Bazaar,    next   Thursday,
December 7th, i�� Oddfellow.' Hall
Mis* Nicholson, of New West
mittster. is^a.visitor at H. J. Kirk-
lai d'��.
Allan Seymour, wbo will sing h
tbe interests of the Bazaar i-> a noted
soloist.
Mrs.. A. Read, wa? among the
Ra.sseng.rs returning fro:u the market yesterday.
Masquerade suits for rent will be
q] <jned up Monday, evening���a fine
line tp select from.
Rev. Jfi F; Betts accompanied by
Irs. son, Walter, spent a few days in
Vancouver thi.* week.
ifetmr Dates, New Figs, New.
Nuts, Layer Raisins, Sweet Potatoes, Qocoanuts���City Bajcery.
B. S. Kesyiedy returned.to West:
spinster yesterday, after spending a
couple days here on business bent.
Qhanges of advt. for T. H. Smith
sjiid The White House, of New
Westminster, were received too late
for this issue.
Following is. the School Report
for the month of November: Number of pupils enrolled, 146. Average daily attendance���Div. I, 16.68:
Div. II. 38^27; Div. UL* 35.72;
Div. IV., 25.77. Total average
daily attendance. 116.44.
HONOR   ROLL.
Form V.���Scott Fenton, Margaret MacKenzie, Minerva Smith.
Form IV. Senior���Olive Whitworth, Herbert Hum?, Leila Kirkland, Warren Livingstone, Olga
Kirkland..
Form IV., Junior���..Vernon Taylor, Harold Davis, Ella Stainton,
Mildred Barber, Ruby Kirkland.
Form, III., Senior���John Kirkland, Philip Guichon,. Lester West,
Grace Frederick, Austin Hume.
Form IIL, Itu.ior-^J.dward Livingstone, Winnifretl Hutcherson,
Fred MacKenzie, Alexis Davis.
Form II., Senior���Alberta Ban-
ton, Gladys Devereaux, Florence
Lord, Hazel Woods, Hume Hilton.
Form I., Senior���Eva .\lexander,
Callurn Clark, Eva Banton, Leonard Kirkland, Arthur McBride,
Form   I.,. Junior-���Eari,   Davis,
AnnissBowu, Lena Vicevich, Henry
Reagh, Fred Whitworth, Denham
] Hilton.
Second Primer���Mabel Lanning,
, Roy Anderson, Frank Kettles and
j Alfred Guichon (equal), Alex Martinich, Myrtle Kirkland.
I First primer, .Sempr��� .Stanley
i Clark, Flora Livingstone, Cedric
! Hilton.
First    Primer,    Junior ��� Ruby
i Welsh    and    Muriel    Hwtchersotj
(equal),   Norman   Lord,   Kathleen
MpBride..
60  YEARS'
EXPERiENCr*
iiobt. Stokes returned home, on ;
Wednesday last, utter a very pleas* j
ant aqd ex.te.iied visit, tp his.old ;
home, MeafordjOat,
J. Jordan, D�� McGregor and J. .
Gilchrist were, amqng. the passen- ,
^ers retuHiiug, Thursday evening,.
from the Royal,City,
Tradi: Marks
Oesi-ns
... Copyrights Ac.
Anyone Miidlng a nko.toli and deaerlptlen mn*
qmakl*/ ascertain our opinion freo whether an
hirenMnu la probably patelitnbjo. Comainnipii-
iniiaairlctlycoiiUdontlol. HANDBOOK onPnti-nts
rant free, oldest awnor for Bocurmtr patentH.
I'atenlo taken I uroueh SJuim A Co. rgcalve
sptciulr.jtiM, wlth*ttft*0qgg6s iAths?
Mr."*. John Honeyman returned!
iconic on Tuesday last, after paying i
a short visit to. Victpria, V.ancou-j
*pr and New Westminster^
Scientific Hmericam
V hmdaomfly lllaatrated weeklf. T.nrirest eir-
. uluUori of ouy actentiilo journal. Tonus, e. tt
mar: four months, *L Soldbyall tiowsdculorii.
ilUNN&Co.36,B����^NewYorl{
Branch Olace. tffii F St.. Waahlaston. I). C.
WANTED���About 200 boxes of
apples, comprising:. Kings, Baldwins, Northern Spys and Russets,
sjlood price paid���W. D. Betts..
STRAYED
Mrs- Hemp and daughter, Gwendoline, returned to Vancouver yesterday, after spendii��g a few days
here in the interests of the Ladies
of the Maccabees.
O-.ito   my   premises   about   two
months ago., one red-aud'-white Calf.
Owner may have same by proving property and paying expenses.
W. R. ELLIS.
BIS LESSON., m 11
TOR.
Voice and Piano
Jwhq.Mqutgc-nie^y, had, the, mis- '   M��C    f    F
;o:.tuue  ta dislocate  his. shoulder, j     ���"***����� vi*, L=.
on Wedne**ilay, by falling out  of a
rig.    Dr.   Woodly   was   called in
with the result tlmt, the  patient is j Pupils prepared for Concert.Church
���i*5)i.!*g frights ���'���i"d Home.
  Special Attention Given to Voicc-
.,Tt,,,, , placement,  Tone-produo.tion
Rev. J; h. Beits announced, on j ^ E3fpreB��ib)J(
.Sunday, last, tfcat. he w*ould com-;
���f��euce, to-morrow evening, a short j
series of sermons on "The Prodigal
,>qn," All seats free and- everybody welcome.
For Terms and- Lesson Hours Apply   at    Temporary    Residence, ���
Mas.. A. P.. Baruijk'5,  Ladn��r. I
**P
PIAN
A'fyws. a., good, stock, of the. famous '-'Ibu.sT'iMsV.N"
Pianos on hand af our store in Nkw Wkstminstkk.
In Vancouver we have ���kfi re m* ��-: tb,e Music
TEACHERS &, MUSICIANS. ZE*%J��** . supplied with
Helntaman Planes*.
Why.*"
Because they want- the best, aud the best is the
"HEINFiiflAN."
Prices Low; - Terms Easy.
dm, evAHfs 1 cflUAti:
Hamley Block;,,
mmmm
New Wei.tmirstei
THE DASH STORE
New Westminster, B. C.%
JUST BEFORE THE CHRSSTMBS RUSH.
We take advantage of this opportunity to clear
out many odds and ends which have accumulated'during the heavy selling of the past
three months.
REMNANTS UNDER PRICE.
Short lengths of  dress goods*, silks,
linings, sateens,, flannels, flannelettes
ribbons, in fact all kinds of piece
goods sold in a dry goods store, all   f���3 off
marked at prices to clear.
1-4   o
When You Want to Ship or Store Your
duce or Live Stock.
Pro-
CURTAZN   GOODS   UNDER  PRICE.
Lob One comprises frilled sash curtain
muslin, fancy dotted Swiss, frilled
scrim, etc., usually sold for 20 & 25c
Lot Two comprises. Swiss Battenburg
muslin, Swiss, aplique, colored art
scrims and art denim from 2Q to 50
inches wide and usually sold at 35c
to 60c yd.
I Bo yd
Grain Elow^t&r
Capacity 500
*
Warehouse
Tona
Space 24,000 Square Feet
SHIRTWAISTS   UNDER  PRICE.
Warm flannelette Waists in dark colors, spots, figures and stripes, regu- KQ
lar 75c and $1, to clear
Stylish flannelette waists in blue and
white, red and white, brown and
white, green and white, etc.* almost      &1 ng
all sizes, reg. # 1 .25 and $2.25, to clear     T    ****
Five doz. manufacturer's sample shirt
waists   of  velveteen,  shot lustre,
cashmere, flannel in all the new. ma*,
terials,  plain  and  fancy,  all   new    Bm��& off
styles and no two alike.
Two hundred and fifty curtain ends from a Glasgow
firm in lengths of 1 1-2 to 2 yards, to clear
50c, 25c & ISc.
I a   msa   ^LmllmH*
The most liberal offering ever
made to-the public of British. Columbia.
Everyone has a chance,, and
everyone gets full value received,
whether one of the main prizes be
drawn or- not. Read' tiro; pamphlet carefully and always keep its
contents in mind whenever you
want anything in the musical line.
Watch This Si: ace
\S
ADVT.
f* yi iw-igm
THE WHITE HOUSE,
A. J. BIRTCH, - New Westminster
mn nils rail.
At lioimii-al cost, private individuals or business
men can put their important papers and valuables, ia a.
secure and convenient place.
This is a boon to those who do uot possess a safe,,
and to families travelling.
These boxes are accessible during alt business hours-
to the renter, who  holds the ke-y..
RATES s   $1.50 per year.
Westminster Trust &l Safe. Deposit Co., Limited>
Authorized Capital, $25^000.
DEPOSIT VAULTS AT THE OFFICE OF
F. J. HART & CO.*
New Westminster, B. C.
We are giving- aw.ay, absolutely
free, the following valuable-prizes.
totalling $525.00:
tat Prize  Vour Choicc-ol���..
One Nordheimer Piano*.
worth   $450
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worth     450'
2nd Prize, One .^ousa Talko-
phone and Records, - -
worth        50
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Outfit,   -. - -���	
worth 2"
Write for particulars of*
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558 Granville St.,.
Vancouver.
I CM It. IB. in 8.1,
M Clausen,
Watches and: Jewelry at Lowest Prices.
Repairing a Specialty
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fend for it to-day,     I��
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