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THE DELTA
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No. 28.
LADNER, B. C, SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1904.
$1.00 a year
apers
VANCOUVER PRICES!
li ui
ai m Mil
11 nfl 'Editor Dei.TA Trans
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We have samples of the
LARQEST AND BEST
i
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Assortment of Papers
Carried on the Coast, and are selling them at Vancouver Prices, with 25
added to cover freight charges.
Cents
Council met on Saturday, Feb.
27th, the Reeve aud all the members being present. The minutes
of previous meeting were adopted
as read.
The communication from Coeruit-
lam Municipality re amendment to
the Municipal Clause* Act was received and filed.
The report from Dr. King, Medical Health Officer, was received
and'filed.
The Temporary Loan By-law was
riassed as finally reconsidered.
The Clerk was authorized to
have the necessary printing d��ne.
On motion the Assessor was iu-
| Structed to commence the Assessment on  March   i��t snd to return'*l"ci
Sir���Having; been the ori-_inatot
of the present creamery ;:1 Sail
Spring, I venture to request you to
spare a small space in your esteemed paper.
It is no essy matter to _ne':f. every
farmer on Salt Spring Inland'at
om.e and talk over she important
subject of supporting tbe crenmery,
so I ask you to be kisd enough to
distribute a copy of your Issue containing this letter to every farmer
on tlie Island without exesption, in
so dcinrr. you will be assisting the
writer to gain the object herein intended.
ITrom tbe very first move, it was
expected that there Would be opposition lo the Crenrae-y, and it is
this opposition that I wish to do
my little best to remove. Tb�� success of other creiraviies in our
neighborhood has bcea brought
about from one most important fact
thst fact is because Sll  the
;We Save You Time 1 Money!
'
Prices range from
He&t&Pi
3&Cm Single
Coiling' and Border to Match AH Papers.
the Roll to the .Council on March I PMWS&9 pijixki". TOOWCHBft, and
_6th. were not jealous  of one get'iag a
On motion it was decided that the;-:��ie more for bis cream than an-
Court  of Revision  be  held in the j0*1-1*-*'-     When  tbe  Creamery  has
j Council Chamber ou  May 7th, at reached its perfect condition: there
i0 e-ttl. ' *s n0 dcubt in tbe world tha! every-
Onmbtion;;the Council decided to ;,jri* ^i*1  receive exactly what  is
buy a No, 4 Champion Rock Crush- tjustly due.
er from II. B, Gilmour, Vancouver, j    Quite *�� wroaf! *��P*"* �� on i'oet in
The Clerk was instructed to ad-expressing the reason for buying
vertiae for 2,060 yards at reck. jfced through the Creamery is to
Tenders to be in by March 26th.      j' bust" tbe local dealers.    Nothing
Council then adjourned till Sat- of *^e *cilld* Yoti cinndt show me
urday, March 12th, ?t 2 p.m. one creamery in the country which
has  been  anything   but p. perfect
i Godsend to the local dealer.    Why?
Council met on .Saturday, March |j-,e,avise it puts ready mon
12.    The Reeve aad all members
ey in cir
culation every month, aud  that is
being present.      Minutes of previ- j wfaat deal.rg are  only tQQ ^^
\Lace dsurismms, Linoleums,
Oilcloth, Mattings,
Cretonnes, Etc.
I for.    There is far t��o much  of this
���leelinjt oi underselling1 aud   "bust-
jing" people up in this country. We
I would all do better il we Would get
: nearer ihe motto "live and let live."
rc Of course tbe farmer wants to get his
feed down as close as  possible, and
a   larje   feeder  "should  got it   on
��� wholesale   terms.    The   Creamery
j sheuld   land   feed   at    1. idysmith
Smith
Progressive.
We are in receipt of a beautifully
gotten up booklet containing tbe
34th annual report of The Royal
FOR DISORDERED STOMACH.
"I have lieen troubled for some
time with indigestion and sour
stomach," says Mrs. Sarah W.
Curtis, of Lee, Mass., "and have
beeu taking Chamberlain's Stomach
Bank of Cauada. By comparing it | and Liver Tablets which have help-
Witb.the previous statement we find ! ed "*<* very much so that now I. can
the Bank has made most wonderful jeat ma��y thi��S* th��t before I could
progress during the past year. The]uot" If you have auy trouble
total assets have increased by overI with >*?*��" stomach why not take
three n illions.        ^'        " I these Tablets ahd get well?.    For
Besides the   3a nie	
book contains valuable statistics of!
Canadian trade in all its branches, j
loth by provinces and in totals <~or
Market.
I these Tablets ahd get well?.
fiet_res,  tbe I,ale -)V E* t MacKenzie.
the Dominion. It makes a verv
useful and handy business man's
reference.
Two of Ladner'- prominent residents left for Edmonton, Tuesday,
bound for the Peace Kiver country.
Tbey were Geo. Wejg, commonly
known as
Marehant.
ous meeting were adopted as read.
COMMUNICATIONS:
'     From  Dr.   King,  M.H.O.     Re-,
! ceived and  referred  to   thc Health
Committee.
I     From   Dr.   Kin*.   M.  11. O.,
j overcrowding of Hast Delta public j
I school.    Received and filed.
From J. A. Cathcrwood, secre-
i tary Reeves' Convention.    Keceir-
| ed and account of $5 ordered paid. ] wharf djrect  frem ^ Northwegt|
j The Reeve, Finance Committee , inJ &mby Mve tbe ex,,eass of it
.and Clerk Were authorized to *>��" | going through Victor... at sill. You
a promissory  note tor $.,000 in can get the freight arranged for-tlw
j favor of the Royal Bank of Canada, j same as Vancouver.    No doubt the
I under   the   Temporary   Loan   By- j he__$ #f the Qntmtry wiU have a
man iu the Northwest to ship them
return the same
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^iCc   the  famous Sal.
j per in��,ith. Spring Wand apples on tiie market,
! Arthur Lealie was appointed' Uere ^ M])Wards of jewtfy-fi.*
j Chief of Police, Road Tax and Dor, p,r ���_���... .ncreaM in prices in the
jTax Collector, at a salary oi $60; Norlhweit thlB iu  Hritish Colum-
\V*month' Ua,    The   apples   also   could   be
1    Tbe (allowing accounts were or- |shil,p,d at Udyamith straight into
lered paid: W.  J.   Brandrith,  ���*"��� | the cur and go direct to the .North-
law.
���     It was decided to raise the salary  ,ef{j  etc_   an��j ���
jo! N. A. McDiarmid,  C.M.C., $10j^^ wouu
Large market in all lines.    Beef,     . ,   . ��� ,_.       ,  _.       �� - ��.
pairinf Raittroad, $10; P. J. -Mac-
plentiful. The supply in all Unas j K^tl^ materia) for fumigating,
was more than equal to demand:
want.    Now, hew is this gsing tc
be dune?    First aud foremost by al,'
Beef,
etu.ie,
___^1^_        , t&H\ !������   <;-  -McCallum, repairing||Upportiag the creamery to tbe ut*
forequarters, 6>_c.  to7c.;;Scott read, $i; G. B. Embree,  '*��� imost of o_r abilities
hindquarters, 8"?_c. to 9c.
Pork, 8c. to S;_c.
Mutton, ioc. to io'ic.
Veal, 8c. to ioc.
Chickens, $6,'.4 to $&}i per doz.
dressed, i2j_c. per%lb.
Kggs, fresh, 20c. per doz.; cased,
17c.
Butter, 30c. to 35c.
According  to The  Commercial
of Winnipeg, tbe  visible supply of
"Shorty,"   and  Harry j oats in the United States and  Can-
"Shorty" will be miss- |ada. east of the  Rocky Mountains,
"Mothers' Best Bread," a legu-jed by the campeis at Boundary Bay
Jar Home-Made'Loaf. City Bakery. | next suruwer.
pairs Kittson and Embree road,
$100.50; J. F. Stainton, niils and
oil, $6.85; \V. A. Gilley, piling
Stmburv wharf, $5; Geo. Ormiston,
salary, $60; Dr. King, M. H. O.,
salnry, $75.
Council adjourned to March "-oth
at 2 p.m.
Easter Cards, at thc Druj Store.
Secondly, by
I securing transportation ��� farmers
cannot be  expected  to bring their
cream,  from  the Valley tc Gange��
Harbor.
There is ��� little .steamer now lying idle at your very doors, which
would just answer tke purpose, and
not cost much to run; she, no doubt,
could be secured on most favorable
terms for the Creamery ��nd for the
The friends of W. J. B'sudrith I general advancement of thc Island.
nil regret to learn that hjs little | N�� doubt tbe seller would almosf
son  John
had  the   misfortune   t��'P*ace thc steamer in the hands of
break his left arm on Thursday af-, li*e Creamery solely (at the sake of
is 10,253,000   bushels,    compared j terii'.ou  by   falling   olTa  load  of [      	
W\tb 4, ij6,oqp bushels a y��y ago. 'lumber.
(Coii'inued on Titird FUjje.*)
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/ THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY MARCH 19, 1904.
THE  DELTA  TIM.ES.
*       POBUBHXD XVXRY SATURDAY.
sfwecxirTiow, $1.00 per year.
ADVXRTI8ING KATES.
Canal Advertisements, to cents per tine Tor
tfse Srst Insertion, and 5 cents per line for each
eaboequent insertion. Tbe number ol lines
 _ by the apace occupied, 11 lines to the
Rates lor Commercial AdTertlsements can be
haS an application at this office.
Reediaf noticea io cents per line tor each insertion.
Birth aad Death notices, 50c., Marriages $1.00.
AST special notice, the object of which lata
pronote the pecuniary benefit of any individual
ar company, to be considered an advertisement
aad charted accordingly.
All advertisements charged for until ordered
���at and paid for.
Cerrespendeuca invited on matters of public
Interest. Communications to editor must be ac-
aaapanied by name of writer, not necessarily
aVr publication, but as evidence of good fai-th
Correspondence must reach this office by Thursday evening.
Gxo. R. Mauley,
Manager.
SATWRBAY,  MARCH  19,   1904.
APOLOGETIC.
We owe an apology to our friends
for uot filling our mission during
the past three weeks, but trust that
in the near future we shall be able
to place before you that which we
have been striving for ever since
we undertook our present mission���
a six-column paper.
LADNER CORNET BAND,
Never before in the history of
this organization of musicians has
tht futurt looked as bright as at
the present time. Since the band
was organized three years ago, it
has seen some discouraging times
and the members who have so nobly
held it intact, and assisted it over
the critical periods, when so many
organizations of a like nature have
to give up the struggle, principally
through lack of public support, deserve great endit and appreciation,
for ia order to keep up a band ta any
state of proficiency, it costs money.
A competent instructor has to be
engaged, and you do not get these
men off Christmas trees or in prize
packages, also instruments, music,
etc., which costs much money. In
the case of our local band, many of
the individual players own their
own instruments, which in almost
every case are triple silver-plated
and of the best make. These Members have gone to a great deal of expense for the benefit of the community, for they derive no financial
benefit, besides monthly dues have
been paid by members the greater
part of the time.
A. Leslie has been secured as instructor aad conductor, and has
taken up his residence here permanently. Mr. Leslie is one of the
most popular and efficient bandmasters on the Pacific coast and
has vast experience along these
lines, being a finished musician as
well as bandmaster, and our band
boys are elated to think they now
have a chance to reach that state of
proficiency for which they have
Struggled so long. That this musical combination will be a credit
to eur Delta capital, is a future certainty, pronounced so by all interested.
In cenclusion a word to the boys
and young men of any musical ambition, between the ages of 14 and
30, for drums and other instruments, Mr. Leslie will receive applications from any one desirous of
learning, and will give them infractions, and assist them in every
possible manner to master the instrument they may take up. This
is an opportunity seldom obtained,
especially in a small town, and
ahonld me?t with the approval of
of both jartnts mn! sons. A magical education is a good thing to
have, and may come useful in later
���/ears, a'ffl assist our own baud by
pasteringsn instrument, and swell
ing the ranks. Success should and
will be with the Ladner Cornet
Band, both as a popular and permanent institution of our thriving
populace.
A. 0.   U.  W.
DELTA  LODGE  NO.   J>,   meets   firit    and
third   Tuesdays  in   each month ia Waddell's Hall. T. W. KKRR, Recorder.
J. GILCHRIST, M. W
AUCTION
SALES
DAIRY STOCK
Comprising���11  Cows, 1 Bull and
Dairy Utensils.
MR. H. N. RICH
Has received instructiot.s irom the
Executors of the late Mrs. T.
Parmiter, to sell by Auction, on the
Farm, i}_ miles south of Ladner, on
Tuesday, March 29, 1904,
at 2 o'clock, the above choice Dairy
Stock.
Terms���Under $50 cash; over
that amount approved notes with
interest at Bank rates.
I. 0. F.
Court Ossko, No. 3443. meets
in I OOF Hall, 3rd Tuesday in
each month Visiting brethren
always welcome. C R, J B
Burr; R S,   B S  McDonald
1.0.0 F.
Delta Lodge, No. 21.���The regular meetings of this Lodge are held
every Wednesday evening at 8 p.
m. Visiting Brethren cordially invited to attend.
F. J. MacKhnrie, N.G.
A. W. Ouvbr, Sec.
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Delta Transfer Stable   f
LADNER, B. C, J
-���   SrNGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND SADDLE HORSES
'     ON SHORT NOTICE
1     Team Work Bone at Specially Low Prices.
i"**-*^-****""*^!
ii Horse Goods! \i
) t     Our  Hsrness snd  Horse  Furnishings  <
have long proved reliable, and they are ! i
i ��� bnilt not only for style but wear. ' ,
J*
) i REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
if hugh Mcdowell, jj
.< * LADNER, a. C. :,
Mfr**** X *"*"' M-*'***"'.*'*"*"*"- i*^"***"**.
Comprising���1 Oak Bedroom Set,
1 Bedstead, 1 Bureau, 1 12-ft Extension Dining Table, 1 Centre
Table, JS_-doz. Dining-room Chairs,
1 Arm Chair, 2 Rocking Chairs,
Combined Writing Desk and Book
Case, Matting, Carpets, Window
Shades, Kitchen Table, Dishes, and
Utensils; also the
Nearly New PIANO,
by Williams & Sons. Toronto, and
1 Garden Plough, Garden Tools,
Bolts, &c, which
Mr. H. N. Rich
Has received instruction*, from Mr.
R. H. Gillespie to sell by Auction
at his residence in the Village of
Ladner, on Wednesday, March
30th, at 2 o'clock.
Terms ��� Cash, except on the
Piano, for which approved negotiable note at 8 months, with interest at 8 per cent., will be accepted.
PRELIMINARY   NOTICE
Of Sale by Auction of Live and
Dead Farming Stock, comprising:
23 HOUSES and Colts,
100 HEAD OF CATTLE,
4 Brood Sows,
Store Pigs and the Implements,
Harness and Dairy Utensils on an
occupancy of 600 acres which
Mr. H. N. Rich
Has received instructions from Dr.
J. Ker Wilsoii to sell by Auction, in
consequence of the Farms being
let, on
Tuesday. April 5 th, 1904.
Full particulars in future advertisements, or may be obtained of the
Auctioneer, Ladner, B. C.
H.N.Rich
Notary Public,
Wn, Esiaie 8 lone dpi
Ladner, B. O.
Purchasing Agent
Brackman-Ker Milling Co.
Limited.
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f  .J. HENLEY   t
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NEW WESTMINSTER,    :-:  B. C.
���'.  Manufacturers of all kinds ol
* Soda Water, Ginger
Ale and Summer
Drinks. ...
Your patronage solicited      f
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BO  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Dkbions
Copyrights Ac.
Anyone lending a skate, aad deserlptlon nay
luloltly ascertain our opinion free whether an
iiveutlon Is prokablr latanlAble. Commanlea-
lonsstricdreonlilsiiilsL HANDtOOK on Patents
odreonldsnllaL HANDtOOK on Patents
. ..nt free. Oldest sialic? for sscuriwrpataats.
l'atenla token throne. Munn k Co. metre
special notice, wit boat eaana. In tha
Scientific American,
V handsomely Illustrated weekly. I.srireet etr.
ulatlon of any scientlBo Journal. Tonne, W a
/oar; four mon ths, IL Sold by all newsdealers.
Incorporated 1869,
CAPITAL, $3,000,000.      RESERVE, $3,000,000
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Savings Department,
Deposits of $1 and upwards received and Interest Allowed at Highest Ourrent Rates.
 49 BRANCHES:-	
NOVA. SCOTIA���Halifax, An-
tigonish, Bridgewater, Guysboro,
Londonderry, Louisburg, C. B.;
Lunenburg, Maitland, Pictou, Port
Hawkesbury, Shubenacadie, Sydney, C.B.; Sydney, Victoria Road;
Truro,  Weymouth, Amherst.
ONTARIO ��� Ottawa, Toronto,
Pembroke.
QUEBEC -- Montreal, Montreal
West End, Montreal Westtnount.
N E W FOUN D L A N D ��� St.
John's.
NEW BRUNSWICK���St. John,
Bathurst, Dalhousie, Dorchester,
Fredericton, Moncton, Newcastle,
Kexton, Sackville, Woodstock, Edmund ston.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ��� Vancouver. Vancouver East End, Grand
Fork*, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland,
Victoria, Chilliwack. Ladner.
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
���Cbarlottetpwtf Summerside.
CUBA ��� Havana, Santiago de
Cuba.
UNITED STATES���New York,
Republic. Wash.
JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.
��� Telephone ���' Ladner" No. io.
Practical Horseshoeing &
All Kinds of Repairing
W. ^Taylor's.
Stokes & Cullis
Purveyor*.
For PRIME BEEP, MUTTON
and PORK TRY US.
Westham Street,
Ladner, 8. C.
Gents' Clothing,
Hats & furnishings'
At All Prices.
Best Line of Boots & Shoes in Town.
Rubbers to Suit Everyone.
Staple Dry Goods at Lowest Prices
-AT-
H.J.Hutcherson's
Fashion Stables -ITAILORING
Trucking and Draying.
Livery work of all kiads attended to promptly.
Wm. Alexander
Ladner, a. C.
Aiurad.
���ad
JaFa   STAINTON
���DKALHR IH���
Bicycles, Parsa Implements, Hardware, Coal, Coal Oil, & Gasoline.
Agent for the McCormick Machine
and Binder Twine.
Manufacturer of Wooden Pumps.
All Kinds of Repairing. Farmers'
Scales. Auctioneer.
H, K. WRIGHT, Manager,
LADNER, B, C,
BRITISH  COLUMBIA
Eitt ill Mill ll
(Westminster Branch)
Time Table
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver st j^��o
stisl 6.50 s.ni. aud hourly thereafter until lo p.
m.: Saturdays and Sundays at IC p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminsters et 5.30
and L.v. a. 111. and hourly ther* after uutll it. p.
in.: Saturdays and Sundaysat II p.m.
FREIGHT  CARS.
We run first-class freight cars between Westminster and Vancouver and all shipments sre
handled with the utmost eare a��id delivered to
consignee without delay. Special attention psid
to fruit shipments. Our wagons meet all boats
and trains. For rates, etc. apply to
1)   .��.. 9HILRS; F. R. OI.OVF.R
Traffic Mrr. Local Up.
Westminster, B, C,
Parcels left at W. L. McBride's store aad A. Wai.
iter's aad W. R. MeCleUaa'i barker shea wlU be
called for on Monday aad returned on Saturday.
0. W. WALKBR.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
Room s, Ullsrd Block, New Westminster.
���UTTER PAPER. ENVELOPES.
VISITING CARDS,
JOB PRINTING OF ALL KINDS.
For Service.
I
Bred by 8. J. Thompson It Son.
Yorkshire Boar, farrowed May
6th, 1902. His dam, Woodbine
Rosa Belle, was Sweepstake Sow
and Litter at Winnipeg in 1902.
Asmhel SmHh. THE DELTA TTMES, SATURDAY, "MARCH ry,  1904.
(Continued From First Page.)
��o many friends of ttbe late owner
feeing interested.
This steamer could collect oream
-regularly from all parts, not only
on Salt Spring but all .adjacent islands, she could connect with the;
Joan to and from Vancouver, :and
also the City <of Nanaimo to Victoria.
Mr. Dunsmuir would no doubt
grant the -Creamery a landing at
ihe Ladysmith wharf, which would
tie an important assistance to the
Island.
Success iissas-sare as might follows
���day, if only tou will, one and aU,
-support the Creamery, .and in doing so you are not only saving yourself or your wife an immense amount of band labor, but you are getting as good as. if not better price
for yoor butter, not taking it qut
in trade, not waiting for your
money, your cheque from the
Creamery -comes regularly .every
month, and last but not least you
are helping y.our hrother-fanmer to.
live also.
Bny your feed on wholesale terms
from the -Creamery, ship your apples by the car through the Creamery at prices you have neveri
���thought of in the Northwest market..
Patronise your local dealer as mmch,
.as you possibly can, he was brought
into this world like all of us to
���"liyejsnd let live."
Yours truly,
A. H. GARDOM.
WELL AGAIN.
The many friends of John Blount
swill he pleased tto learn that he has
entirely-recovered from his attack
of rheumatism. Chamberlain's Pain
Balm cured kirn after the best dockers in the town (Ifonon, Ind.) had
failed to give relief. The prompt
���relief from pain which this liniment
affords is alonerwfirth many times its
cost.   Sold by F.  J.  Mac Kadi*?.
CHURCH   NOTICES.
ALL SAINTS.
(Anglican.)
Communion,   1st and 3rd
Other San-
Chamberlain's
Remedies.
Chambedttia't Cam* Uaeettf.
PorCoa^H, Colda, OreepeeA Whoop.
,log Cough. Price S5��ectte;l_fg�� .she pat
Cfaamfcerlala'f fettc. CUlan
and DivVitoea tamaey.
fee .towel Cccaplaints.   Pric* js ****.
Cheoberiala'a Pais take.
Aa antiseptic Unbn_*tt MpackUy vain*
nie lor Cats, Btwisas, SpraiMaaa Kl_en_aa-
Pfiea a_ mtote; taiga eime *> cento.
Holy ^^^^
Sundays, at 11 a.m.
days at 8.30,a.m.
Morning .prayer, n a.m.
Evensong, 7 p.m.
Sunday School at 10 a.m., Friday
evening, Litany and choir practice.
iRev. Canon Hilton, vicar.
Geo. R. Manley is on deck againi -C    I        are     *   1 ��
after a severe attack of la grippe,    j *-** L-<��   JRk.Il IVlCtJllJ
Mrs. W. H. Ladner returned
home on Tuesday from a trip to
Vancouver.
A busy Chinaman, on Sunday,
stole the blankets from the Steveston lock-irp.
F. J. Hart, of F. J. Hart & Co.,
New Westminster, was in town today, on business.
REAL ESTATE * ...
FINANCIAL  AGEKT.
WMmmimm
Apples,
Fall and Winter
Ckstmfcefbia't tt���art ami
Urar Tablets.
Par Disorders of the Stoaaack, lim
aad Bowels.  Price sff easts.
l****a��**"F,***W
Etcit aaa al thaae pNtaratlasa
It guaranteed aad II nat tally aat-
latactory ta Ibe purobaaer (ba
auaey will be r-atoaded.
���CATHceyc
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 11
a.m.andjr p.m.
Class meeting, 10.30 a.m. erery
Sunday.
Sabbath School at 2 p m every
Sunday. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday evening at ,7.30.
Rev. A. N. Miller, pastor.
���T. AN-DEKW'S rig3BYTXRXA.il
Services next Lord's Day at 3J). m
Sabbath School at 2 p m     Midweek meeting on Thursday evening
at 7:":_k> Vclfck
Rev: Thos. Oswald, minister.
BAPTIST.
Service every Lord's Day -evening at 7 o'clock.
Services conducted by
Rev. L. E. Tranter.
M Clausen,
For Ladies' and Gents'
WATCHES *
CHAINS
Sterling Silver J.
Plated Goods
Repairing a Specialty.
Deeds, Wills, Leases, Agreements
end Partnerships drafted .and prepared .promptly.
Office: Next door to Dr. Kingls.
mmmmmmmmmm -of ,aji Kind
.RRESH MILK
.Delivered .Dally, 6c. Per Qntti
W. A. Kirkland.
Rev. A. A. McLeod is laid up
with .aa attack of his old fever
trouble.
Mrs. Vasey, who has been confined to her bed for a few weeks,
and who has been very low, is still
holding her own.
The Dairymen's and Live .Stock
Association have again elected me
as their Secretary, and I have been
instructed sto arrange for a shipment j>t Breeding Stock, from the
Eastern Provinces, and I am new1
prepared to quote you prices, and
give such other information that
will ensure getting good serviceable
stock at reasonable prices. j
It will be my earnest endeavor to
give the same satisfaction to tbe
Patrons of the Association in the
futuse, as J have in tbe past two
yeats. !
Any persons wanting Stock out
with this shipment, who have already purchased, can do so by applying; for spaae, on or before the
First .day of April next.
Address all communications ito
L. W. PAI*Sl,EY,
"Sec.-Treas. of the Dairymen's and
Live  Stock Associrtion,   Chilli-
wadk, B. C.
Seeds, Trees,
'Home Grown and Imported, irom the Best .and Most Reliable
���European and American Growers. Each variety _of Seed;
Tested as to vitality before sending out.
Eastern Pmem or Leas.
60000 Home Grown Fruit and Ornamental Trees for ��prmg Sales.
Get our Catalogue before placing your ordeM.
lti. J. Jyenrp,
3010 Westminster Roati
Yancouver, JJ. C.
J. Reagh
-DEALER    IN-
Fine Boots,
Shoes��
Rubbers
Best Goods, Lowest Prices
Custom  Work a Specialty.
_a
rawing
-AT-
MACKENZIE'S
Dry Goods Store, Ladner
Every Cash Purchaser of One .Dollar's Worth of Dry Goods is entitled to one Ticket bar the .following 20 Valuable Prizes:
Lady's Gold "Watch,        - $20.00
French Clock,         -         - 10.00
Forty Yards Roll Matting, 8.00
1 Bolt Flannelette,             - 7.00
1 Pair Lace Curtains,         - 5.00
Lady's Walking Skirt,       - 5.00
Card Tabfc,
Lady's Dress Length,
1 Pair Portieres,
Rocking Chair,
Muslin Dress Length,
1 Pair Lace Curtains,
Muslin Dress Length,
$2.00 1 Eaael,
$4.00
1 White Spread,
$2*5<��
3.50
1 Colored Bed Spread,
2.50
3.50
Lady's Under Skirt,
2-50
3.00
Lady's White Blouse,
2.50
3.00
1 Bed Quilt,
2.oa
3.00
1 Pair Pillow Sliamat
.2.00
���-
$1.5o
Drawing te take plais�� Monday, May 2*
/
/i
y THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY, MARCH 19,  1904,
CREAM
w��=
j back with pneumonia. This is of!
I such common occurrence that a cold,!
j however slight, should no' bedis-j
Let U,ci have; regarded. Chamberlain's Cough!
j Remedy counteracts any tendency!
j toward pneumonia. It always curesi
1 and is pleasant to take. For sale by
I F. J. MacKe-'iie.
Separators are now the talk,
a talk with you before you buy.
98 Per Gent
of the Orearneries of America now use
DeLaval Cream Separators;
'After twenty vears of experience, and try-, ,���.
ing twenty other modes of machines that,
is the record that speaks tor itseli, and also -
means   som tithing   to   the   inexperienced      J
buyers of FARM CREAM SEPARATORS.
With the DeLaval Superiority in all essential respects j
to   anv   other  machine,   and  Satisfaction
���user is voluntarily  Guaranteed as a.
Ocean Dock
-FOR-
to   the
condition  of1
Seed Oats.
No  weed  seed;  no black  oats.
Grown on new bud.
Inquire of
A. "   R. TAYLOR.
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
purchase.
B. C. ABBOTT, Aglnt, - LADNEU.
24- Acres of
You can not get better bargains than ai   Port Guichon
We keep the best stock d everything that is needed for the
general public.      Call or send in-your order and we guarantee satisfaction.
Telephone 5.
I
LOCAL NEWS.
these new settlement*, ofthe North-,
west.
R. N. Hopkins, of Vancouver,
was in town this week un insurance
business.
17 T. Calvert has moved into the
Landing.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Monkman;
have moved into their new bome on!
ChilucktKan sStreet.
I  j
Miss K. Nicholson, ot New Westminster., is visiting   with   bersisterl
Mrs. H. J. Kirkland. i
Honey,   finest in
City Bakery.
SEED
showing
Wheat.
WHEAT���Mr.
fine   samples  o:
comb,  at   the
 iii ������
Rich  is
.Spring
Miss. F. Kirkland did not return
to College this week, as she was
somewhat under the weather.
(Juife a number of Ladue". young
folks attendicl the ball;; Steveston,
Thursday evening.
H. Jesse, representing Wilson
Hros., of Victoria, was in town,
Friday, on business.
Rev. J. P. Bowell, ot New Westminster, is expected lo preach in
the Methodist Church here to-mov-
row, both morning and evening,
MR. II.  N. RICH has received1^
instructions from the Delta Agricul
tural Society
To Let by Auction
on the premises, on Thursday, 31stI
March, 1904, at 2 o'clock, the 24
acres of land owned by the Society, j
for one year, from April 1, 1904.
Conditions  at  the  time of sale.
Terms cash on the fall of hammer.
We    Le
���n
Gxetnerat Merchant,
Port Guichon, B.C.
lwJ.ss.ior.\^.9^.!ir^at9vinjBir}iix*.9.,swtf.nm
Have You Seen the
ss. Treeprop
They Are IT.
For Sale.
W.
m
brandrith
Six Cows, due t
and April.    Appb
W. H.
> calve in March j
SIDDALL,
Ladner, B.C I
rm
Str eyed
Beef, Iron and Wine, a
bracer for spring house
Try a bottle.    F. J. Mac
ipltndid
leahing. j
Mrs. RiggSiOl Vancouver,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carss returned
home on Saturday after a short visit
with her parents.
Mr. Alexander of Vancouver has
beeu in town this week on business
in connection with the B C. Permanent Loan & Savings Co. which| ^
he represents.
  Messrs. J. Carter-SffiltU and   W.
i Townsend,  of  New Westminster, j
Wm. Leary went North this week arrive_ *n town this week to do the
On to my   pji
mouths since, a
Owner may b
expenses.
��� lises,   aboal   ' hree
Light Red Cow.
ave same by paving
McGregor,
Ladner, B, C.
FLEURY GUTTERS A.ND PULPERS;
EASY RAPID GRINDERS,
GENERAL CARRIAGE MAKING,
ADAMS' WAGONS, ETC.
Agent for T. J. TRAPP & CO.
For Sale.
CAN DO BETTER
to the Skeena River to attend to
his cannery duties. His wife and
family have moved to the farm on
the Gulf-side rosd.
brickwork in
I. 6.  O. V.
connection
ilock.
with the
Sixty-eight a>
laud in Delta, 01
from WestmiuRt
res of good farming
River road, 6miles
>r; 55^-acres cleared
AT
be
*&
*s Grocery
,st  besides;
Mis. J, A. Logan was thc victim
 """"'   |pf a very painful accident on Friday
Dr. Black, ofthe Farmers'  Ad-1 morning.    As she  wa*g descending
locate, passed through  tlie*Detta, U_�� stairs, at the rear of the store,
on Monday.'   He expressed himself |si,e overbalanced and fell, breaking
as highly pleased with  ;h** district her arm close to  the i
and was much surprised  to see the being severely bruised.
laud  sufficiently dry for ploughing j
at this seasun. |
Parliament   opened
The main question '.o be discussed!
I quote, to-day,  fancy  Timothy, j*s the revised edition' ol the Grand
$7 too lbs.; Alsyke, $16.50 100 lbs.; Trunk   Pacific scheme.    Until lur-
Red Clovar, fib 100 lbs.;   Mangold ,ther particulars are mods public itj
Wnrtzel, J. 15 100 lb*.; Sugar Beet, L^oes t,<_t seem a.s if the Dominion is
j,_o 1 ex. lbs.; Onion  Seed, 90c. Id.;  to profit much by the change's.
Field  Carrot,  40c.  lb.    Subject to . ,   	
market changes���M. J. Henry.
^il/^       it
and underdrained, balance easy tol_._.     ___     , -_^ , -.7      ...   ,     '       ���-	
;      1       ir,',,-, vi-,-, ���in,,,, .,,.,. i We Want your Business and it will be to Your
clear;   barn   00x40,   dwelling  and ���'
ether building; school,   !'.  0. and
wharf within '.-mile.    Address      1
���A," THIS OFFICE.
cRAE & Co
111 illr
Interest to Give It To Us. WE WILL
TREAT YOU RIGHT, and Our Prices _u?
well as Quality is Guaranteed.
NEW WBSTrUNSTER, U. C.
A lull lipeof Knglish and Irish!
Tweeds and Fancy Trouserings al* 1
ways kept in stock. j
Talk with
HEADQUARTERS FOR
1)
New Westminster, B.C.
���j��   W.   A. Divingstone met with a
painful accident yesterday.    While
Dr. and Mrs. King bad �� rery ju attendance at tile market he ac"*
narrow escape from being, seriously eideutally dropped the large  knife,
hurt on Sunday last.    While driv- fused in his business, onto the joint] 	
iug along the Chcwasseu dyke the 0f his'left big toe, cutting   through!
horse bolted, throwing ths doctor j the boot and inflicting a painful j// Y&U Watti
out, and, further on, leaving Mrs. I wound.
I_.ing and the buggy amongst the:
hushes.    Happily  no   bones   were j    Some  lady   in  San Francisco is
broken. endeavoring tq have a law passed
~ ; making it a  misdemeanor, for auy
The "Smaot-y" inquiry in the .yoii.ijt.wan to refuse a proposal ol
U. S. Senate has alarmed rainy j marriage from a���we were jioiug lo
Canadiaas as to the condition of Uny lady���female. She thinks too
things in the Mormon settlements ��� many marriagable males are critn-
of the Canadian Northwest, Tbe
authorities claim there ir, no danger
Of polygamy being practiced under
Canadian law, Similar assurances
were given the people of the United
States some yean ago. The evidence disclosed at Washington has
shocked the world. ' Canada cannot
afford to run any risk. Nov. is the
time for the authorities to see that
Wttditfotp are as they should be In
inally indifferent to the charms ef
the fairer sex. It will be a case of
"come early and avoid ihe rush" it.
the innocent young men of 'Frisco!
are thus robbed oi aj! protection.    '
COLDS ARK. DANGEROUS.
. How often you hear it remarked:
"It's only a coid," and a few  days
laMt learn thai the man  is on  his
Fire Insurance,
life Insurance,
Accident Insurance,
Health Insurance,
A Loan,
To Buy a Farm,
To Buy a Home,
N) 18 FENCE
SSIN.ffl.,
-f-r     a_ B
J i    L-QuH*
-.-.I Iv-.-j.   ,..f t��_r+~<
s._..^._.~(s.���;.. ..V--...... . ~s>>|^*j-(rjw.
A5*i'.'S-i*s-'.?��s.s..'v��,tiiijst-, sxSWSi
tii^lllar Style
Stayj sa in. ,.r (��� lu. apart
DtttmR jsaeaeaaape^ttaaeeega
Special Hog, HorM and Cottla Style
f.'Uys m la. or 6 is. apart
Made of larjre, ctrong, high-_;rad(5 steel wires, heavily galvanized.
Amply provides for expansion \mtsl contraction. Is practically ever-
lasttng. Never goe3 wrong, no uiattcr bow great a strain is put on it.
Does 'not mutilate, but ��icea, efficiently, turn cattle, horses, h*sgt
and nigs.
rfhm ROD C" ^EffjICA'ftj FENCE GUARANTEED
by the manufacturers and by 119.    Cull (ind see it.    Can show you how
it will s.-ive you money and fence ;ou*r fieida so they will stay fenced,
Notaries Public, Real Estate,   Financial  and
Ins .irance Agents.
New Westminster, B. 0,
.,     WESTMAM STREET,
-li LADNER, B.
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