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Array THE DELTA
Val. 3. No. 43.
LADNEU, B. C_ SATURDAY. JUNE 30, 1906.
-31.00 y��_.
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Arrivals *
KING'S BIRTHDAY.     GB&ND BAIL      MLIi fJMINCIL.
fffffie Goods
The Races on t'he i6tli w.-re a
threat-success although everything
! was ag.iin.t it, the weaiher in par-
I tirulsr. Not withstand instil'.- threat-
jiming appearance ef the weather
!; cjuitc a large uurnU r of excur; ion*
lists arrived from -till .parts, some
coming by boat while  others  took
lh- read by aah_.-_obile,ir.g and on
. r   ,
[Another Shipment of Ladies''  Neckwear just arrived! The committee found great m-
eulty in fillitif the Baya' and Girls'
fresh from the manufacturers, insuring: the ver
'! with rt-e   R.
Newest on the Market.
Tke Paint and i
each   contributed
fantastic trippers.
races,   while  only  one  Chinaman | New Westminster
appeared on the ground who leak's 1 at all likely to ma_:�� anv kind
The Boys held their grand ball] Council -met
! on Tuesday evening, in the Town; Chamber on
, Hall, ard it was a great success
- Although it was somewhat late
i in starting, when'the crowd did ar-
: rivi' they came in thick and fast
, and a more jolly or belter behaved
lot of youag folks sever miat in the
old hall.
e��v West mi aster
their   qtuJta   o!
T.   Goldie, ofj     A communication was read freB
brau-ht-quite sir.  Morrison, Clerk, City of  tel-
jaumbar  of youag  folia, 'down  .n'owna, re atreet lamps. Clerk to re-
| his stcaai launch, aad   Gee.   Mc-' nlv.
the Council
Saturday, June .3rd,
Leave, W.M. I.adner, ia
thc cfaur, and Couns. Gibbie,
Davie, Raterson, Huf" and Embree
present.
Minutes   of   previous   meeting
vrere adapted as read.
cOM_tv .NICtYfOWfi.
Nice Range of Summer Dress Goods in fine wools, and silk ani.
[wool mixtures, wool Taffetas, Crepalines, etc, in Suit lengths, also iii
.���raids and ruc__ings, etc., for trimmings.
of a shape at racing.
The horse races were excellent
.though the number of entries was
not what could have been expected
HOBS*   RACKS.
2.40 Class, Trot or pace, 1 anile
heats, best 5 in 5, $175���ist. B C
ting; -_ud, _-.tor_a.at jr.; 3rd, Paul-
i.e.
3.00 Minute Class, Trot or Pact,
nice stock of Ribbons in the new .Dresden ^effects, all widths,!best3iu-5,$iac���_,t, Baby 1... aad,
Tsiann. jrd, Napatanily.
Intire, ot Poiut Roberts, wss re-j From W-B. Tawnsead, Right of
sponsible fcr quite a -coatingent j Way Agent foi .the V. W. aad Y.
from that quarter. | Railway Co., re right ot way. The
The music, supplied by Frank- j matter was placed-in-the bands af
lin's orclestra, Vancouver, wasLcjuns. -Embree and Huff witk
good and daacing was  kept  up till jpDwer to act.
the early dawa.
Following is a financial statement
of the ball unci shews a neat .uu
to be placed -ts the credit of tke
Baud:
KUCKIPTS.
The Clerk war instructed to amity the resideuta of Annacis Ialaad,
that whenthey bad appointed Dyk-
i-ing CotmniuioneTS ar.d becoaia re-
Uponsible   for the  maintenance af
[their dyke, the Council would ga-
|ust placed in stock.   See ti_��*'__x.
Cash taken at the daor��� $61 oo'^ette read ea dyke.
��� Ruatting Race. I mile da-sh, ist,
j K._tie B-:!le; sad, Vanceuver; 3rd,
: Westminster (.scratched.)
"j mile ruining race,���ist, Katie
1 Belle; md, Vancouver; 3rd,   West-
siery.
*
Pin-i
TFhis is where we are strong,
white, tans and black shades.
Se�� our lines of Lace and IMe Hose
Men's Bepartment.
This is Bathing Weather and tbis is the place to purchase your
Jathing Suits.   We have them in-all styles.   PRICES RIGHT.
imaster.
Runwiag race, % mile���ist
to; aud, Jardy; 3rd, Dick.
Dr. Baker, of Vancouver, gave
au exhibition of speed with his
automobile and did the mile, twice
-aroundithe track in 2 minutes, aad
on a second trial iu 2 minutes }���_
second.
��OOT   SACKS.
The only race among the yaung
lolks that tilled was the   100 yards
DISBURSEMENTS.
I Music J19 So
j H.tel expeases _.     2 25
i Rent, Piano     500
"    Hall     2 50
Printiag   t 75
Moving piano  2 00
Acid   50
Balaace credit  27 20
! dash for  boys, 16
waa   wen   by
Davis, aecoud.
W,
and under,   and
Miller first; J.
Our Shoe Detriment is a Paradise of
Best for Weary feel - -------
lo Trouble to Show Shoes,     No Shoes to Show Trouble
Smith
tmm . n___��� _��� _w
$61  OO
A. PARMITER,
H. MONTGOMERY,
P. SMITH,
H. J   ARTHUR,
C. ARTHUR,
W. H. SIDDALL,
-W. H. WILSON.
Committee
PLEASANT EVENING.
Tha entertainment in Oddfellows'
Hall, on Thursday evening, uader
the auspices of St. Andrew'a Ladies'
Guild, was a huge success. Though
numerically small. 111 attendance the
appreciation waa out in fall force.
Miss McCoy, gtod at soag of all
kinds, is exceptionally good with
theScotcb airs, while Miss Underbill kept the house in -roars of
laughter. As an impersonator she
-is excellent. We hope these yauug
ladies will make it convenient to
return at a more convenient seasou
whan wa hope * much larger audi-
eace will greet them.
We notice with p.easu"re*".hat the
gras^ which  has  been  allowed 'to
grow "almost over the-sidewalks __as
"been cut dawn iu pfcees.
Chaa. Bugge left, on Thursday
maruing, for Alberta, where he
will take up a homestead abont 100
miles north of Saskatoon.
ELECTRIC A L.
House  wiring will  conuacace at
[ke head of tl* Slough next week,
Ind the fallowing houses are listed:
fl. H. Davis, H. J. Kirkland, R. C.
Lbbott ani Mrs. McNeely's.
If your bouse is wired and ready
lor connection when the main wire
\a brought slang, connection   will
pe much cheaper than 'it will be ii
(he work crew have to  go   back
sver the .aad.
'BAD FINISH.
R. H. Sperling, manager ef i_he
. C. E. Co., has approved ef tke
erection ot the  e_ften*��ieus ef the
fighting system to Harry Burr's on
the  Crescent  Island  route, uu the 1
.""milk road fioin  the Creamery to
Juichon and on the Slough road to
-.head of the Slough.
While returning no tithe-races
���n Tueaday craning, Jim Turner, a
jolly youug Scot who works ior
Harry Vasty, had quite a nasty
���fall- Jsiramy was travelling pretty
lively ou horseback and iu passing
a buggy-tke horse apparently stepped on some loos* rock, ttutubled
and fell tkrowing Jimmy headlong
onto tke crushed rock witk thc result tbat ke was badly braised.
Mrs. E. B. Ladner, who waa
passing at tbe time, vacated her
buggy and insisted on Mr. {Turner
ibeinc drives into the village while
Geo. SheldraketoUc tbe pony in.
UNION   PICNIC.
Tha Methodist and Baptist Sun
dsy ..chools will hold their annual
picnic at G. W. Walker's grounds
at Boundary Bay, on Monday, July
.and,-to meet at the corner of Delta
and Westham streets at $ a.m. Rigs
will be provided tor the schools and
parents and guardians are requested
to bring.tbe usual provision basiets.
BminditrT Bay Shore���Supplies
.for 'campers and resoiters���will
open tbis week���W. H. Smith.
The   Misses  TownseM,
Westmiister,   are   cuests
I
1 .Price, Cr_**ent Island.
of
of
Xew
Miss
There is to be ?. meeting of the
���Black Chapter. L. O. L.,'this evening in Oddfellows' Hall, when 1
goodly attendance is expected over
.from Vancouver.
r.ACao3fiii.
The lacrosse match, I.sdn.r vs
Musqueau Indians was very interesting. Tke Indians have an excellent combination but ne one
seemed to care to undertake thc
respousibility ot scoring, Many
goad shots were lost from their
neglect to shaot at the right time
The Ladner-team, if they-can be
ke_pt together and will practice the
art of passing the ball from one to
another, instead of carrying it from
one end of the field to the other,
have every prospect of becoming e__-
.pert in the national.game.
The ftrst quarter ended without a
acore, while the second ended witb
i-i, tke third stood 2-1 aud'th; last
quarter ended with the finr.l score ef
4-1 in favor of the home team.
Durii g the n atch three men
were ruled eff (er a very short period,
ttwu visitors and oue o. the home
guard. Rough play was noticeable
by its absent-, although the visitors
showed a tendency to use the stick
a linle heavier than necessary.
Nethertheless ihe game was muck
enjoyed by the oulookers and -tke
players.
Messrs. Henderson and Marshall
of New Westminster acted a.s umpires. P, Shirley as referee and
Watsou Millet and G. K. Manley
as time keepers.
FO-VTBAU,.
The Vanceuver team nst putting
in   an   appearance,   the  Westham	
Island   Boys   gave   au  exhibition I
game, Seniors vs. Tuniors, which! Tbe aa.ual -church parade of
was much appreciatedand the Boys L.O.L. .1612 will take place S_n-
deserve great tit-nit for accotnuciat- day evening, .July 8th, assembling
ing the committee in -tbis way. 1 at I.O.O.F. Hall at 7 o'clock.   The
Ti.e ts*_tb_li t;au<e ended the! Lodge will attend f"t. Andrews'
day's sports and tin people got] Church, Rev. A. McAuley oiHci-
hom- before the threatened storm I sting. All members aad visiting
broke. brethren ate requested toatleud.
Applications for the position ol
C.ustable. Road and.Dog Tax Collector were recerve-d -and H. J.
Cresswell received tire aproin.___.ent
at $70 per month, ..tis being tke
lowest teuder.
The Clerk w*s instructed to bare
Electric -Light placed in the Office
and Tawn Hall.
On motion it was decided to
have 20 street lights in Ladnar and
Port Guichon.
The fallowing -accounts -were ordered ,p��id- V. Mar.-'nolicfc, $65*;
Ah Young. $28.14.; W. Aber-
erombie J25.; C. P. Railway, %i\ B.
C. Gaaette, $3.50.; T. J. Trapp &
Co., $14.45; J- Rodgerson, $9; Jas.
Rodgersou. ,$11^25; .17 A. -Crawford, $MO.!e.
The Conacil til*n.i'.adjourned tjl_
Satar-iay July ..liii, at 3��tp   w.
Presbytcri..- picnic Monday.
Mrs. P. CI
Miss Tbelma,
this week.
irk, accompanied   by
visited lie Royal Cily
New line of Faacy Biscuits
including Wa..r Ice Wafer.., Assorted Fruit Ices, Oatmeal and
.Graham Wafers, Aft. ��� W. H.
Smith.
sCommencing on iotb July, tbe
RoyalBank-willcpen on Tuesday
and Friday evenings from 7.30 tc
'8.30 o'clock, for two months. Thic
will give you a chance "I- apen ���
���Savings Accor.nt.
Percy Gifford has resigned his
position in Marshall Smith's More
and leaves for Vancouver shortly.
Roy Barber, who has acted us
wharfinger lar the past iS rui.iitbs
will take Percy Glfford's position-in
the store.
BRAN, SHORTS, Whole Corn,
Cracked Cora, Rtce Meal, Chit
Rice, Chick Peed, Ttmotky arid
Clover Seeds, Sutton's Garden
and Field Seeds may be obtained
at Brackman-Ker Milling Co'.*s
warehouses, Ladner, trom Mr.
II. N. RICH. Local A*eut.
We understand that Marshall
Smith has gives up all Steamboat
Agencies and that on and after ist
day of July, tht McNeelv wharf
will be handled -similarly to tke
wharves known aa tke B.-K. an-.
McKee s. Tha wharf-will ba used
only iu connection with Marshall
Smith's business,-excepting tbat tt
will be open for outgoing shipments
of hay, grain or produce, its quatto
tities, whenever tbere Is accXtrntn-o-
dation for same, but -no incoming
freight will be handfed ever "the
wharf and Marshall Smith intends
dispensing with the services mf _B
.w_iartiiif9r. Tl'T. D1.LTA TIMES, SATU
7, IT'
iqoo
I Hi; i/LLAd riMES.
PUBI.ISHRD   ..VICKY   pATUKDAV.
Subscription^ $1.00 per year.
..i.vKKTi-si:.r. R ii'i'.s.
Casual Advertisements, 10 cents per line Ioi
Iliefirtt ius-rlion, RUtl 5 tents per line It" eich
���ubsetiut'iit liisertion. Tne number oi lti-.-
reclcoue-Tiy tlie Bpace occupied, i-linosto Uie
inch.
Rsttn |or Commercial A-_vertl-._se.it. can tie
had on HMilicalion ut this om__.
Reading notice. 10 etui*, per line for each in-
Btrtion.
Birth mid Death notices, ?>c., Marriages; fi.eo.
Anv special notice, the object ol which is to
pro.-iote the pecuniary beuefit of auy ludividuat
or company, to be con.idered au advertisement
and charged accordingly.
AU liilftrtisemeuts charged for until ordered
out and paid lor.
Correspondence invited on matters ol public
laierest. Communications to editor must he ��c-
compunied by* name of writer, not necessarily
for publication, bul as evidence ol t~..<l faun.
Oorrrspsiadanee must reach ihis oflice by Thurs-
___.*/ eveulug.
Gro. R.  ManIsKY,
Manager.
SATURDAY,    Jl NU  30,   I ,'05.
We are sorry lo state that there
will he no celebration at the Point
on tha fourth.
Those using the River road on
Tuesday, commented very favorably on tie work being done tliere.
The Budget Speech delivered by
Hon. W. S. Fielding, Minister of
Finance, lo hsnd, shews a net surplus far the past nine yenr-; ot"
$64,30., 165, an average surplus of
f7,144.4^-
Considerable   comment is  heard
.about  the condition  of the Tawn
Hall and its apt, ointments.
Wa would suggest that the Conn-'
cil sell  the  present  property and
purchase the lot opposite the Odd-;
fell >W block, if possible, and erect!
thereon an up-to-date ball,    lu the!
event of this not being  deemed ad-j
visable,   we   suggest   that  a   new 1
Stage, 25 feet deep, and   new dress-;
iug rooms be built on  and the por-1
tion now occupied   br   tlie singe bei
thrown into the auditorium. Chairs
wo ul I   be   a   great    improvement
over  the   present seating  arrangements, nnd   ;.ccomniod..lioii should
be provided  for  stowiiiii   awav the
seats when the  hall  is being used
for dances, etc., where scats are not
required.
Whether anything else is done ta
tlie hall or not, it certainly should
be wired and footlights added.
Tke Delta Meat Market having
removed into the Foster building,
i*i now open an 1 doing business at
the new stand.
Anglican.
. NuTKS   BY   THU   VICAU.I
Holy Communion to-morrow at
the mid-day service.
The   Sunday   school    lias   bei n]
closed during the vacation.
We   welcome   tbe return  of A, I
DeR.  Tiiylor. the Vici'.-. Warden
and Superintendent o; the Sunday
schosjl,   after   a   pleasant   visit   to
England.
We regret to learn of the de- j
parture from tbe parish, next week, \
ofj- Rudd. Mr. Rudd lias been a
mo. t faithful member of the choir !
and will be missed very much. lie ,
Roes to Field, in the Rockies, and
may everv success so with bim.
Archdeacon Pentreatb, made his
annual visit on Le'.-.alf of Missions
last Sunday, and g.iye most inter-
est ing addresses Loth morning ami ���
evening. While here he presented .
a handsome banner to the church,
wbicb has been hung in the sanctuary, over the credence table. During the Archdeacon's stay he was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
Ladner at Trenant Park.
The All Saints' Sunday school
picnic was held out at Boundary
Bar, last Thursday. The children
assembled at the church at 9 a.m.
Through '.k_ kindness of T. K.
Ladner comfortable transportation
to the Bay was provided. The
outing was most enjoyable in every
way, and grown-ups and children
alike thoroughly enjoyed themselves, us they always do on such
occasious. The children were returned all sale at c*: t 5 jd.tc.
gMMa������ttLB I  *&-+e+m+m+4++++i++++++-t+++.l <,.���_*... ���.���.+.,.+.���.
caches!
Peache
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Leave your Order for Preserving
Peaches with
Sarvey   Creech.
Delta Transfer Stable
LADNER, B. C.
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;.   SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND   SADDLE HORSES    _t
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*|*     Team Work Done at Specially Low Prkxss.      *
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ON SHORT NOTICE
JOSEPH JORDAN. Proprietor.
A.
Raspberry   Vinegar,  Lime  Juice |
and Lemon Squash���W. II. Smith.
W. N. Draper,
1'ROVD.CIAI.   I.ANIi  SURVKYOK
��� Telephone " Laduer" No   10.
4^j.4..!.+.j.^.j.t ^.4.1.4 .?.*4.>.!.��._. + .j.4.;.��^.>.;.��..:.4.:.-f-!.s_^s>-.j.^.;.*^>.t.
hicken   iime!
kooin 2. lillwnl Hlock. New Westminster.
If you contemplate buying an Incubator or
Brooder you cannot do better than to get prices
According to The Commercial,
of Winnipeg, the  visible supply ol __
oats ill the United States and   Can-   Ooch irvn     Stable**? -
|ada. east of the   Rocky Mountains, : l   Cl-M-IUIl     ^i-l_J_C__        ^ ^ LadnQr Agent for thfi  CHATHAM
lis   7,802,000    bushals,    compared;        Trucking and  Draying.
with 7,108,000 bushels a year ago.   ;        Livery  work  of all  kinds at
A.  O.  U.   W.
Delta Lodge, No. 12 meets lirst
and third Tuesdays of each month
in Oddfellows' Hull.
Tikis. Todd,  M.W.
T.  W. KERR, Recorder.
tended to promptly.
Ill _ llll,
l.���_uvr. B. C.
ROBT. MAY,
DELTA   TIN    SHOP,
iHCRAE & CO ! Westham Street, -���-...-
Ladner, B. C.
:;!���! IIMS���:
j i O.O 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. ', A lull line of English and Irish
R. C, A-BBorr, N.G.        ! Tweeds and  Fancy Trouserings al*
W.  II. Tavi.uk, Se.:. ,     , ��� ,
1 I ways kept in stuck.
NEW WESTITINSTER, li. C.
1II11
an 11
r
incorporated 1SA9.
MARKET  EXTRACTS,
VANCOUVER.
Tlie produce market  is  reported
good..   Eastern eggs have advanced i
6c, while  cheese  declined   a lit tie.
Butter continues weak.
Toronto ��� Selected live hog?
fetch $7.25; lights and fats, $7.00
per 100 lbs,
m Shells
-finisMBi -*__*. <_r. mweeaawemmeiwmmumm
arley, Wheat, Etc,
.CAPITAL,
j RESERVE FUNDS,
TOTAL ASSETS,    '
$3,000,000
$3,302,743
$31,183,625
A General Banking Business Transacted.
We can supply you with the finest quality; SBWmgS  Department*
of the  above  articles  at reasonable cost, j Deposits of $1 and upwards received and Intar-
Remember the place                                               est Allowed at Highest Current Rates.
_*���<'__       a      I*******        9     _.  61 BRANCHES
meat market,
v
Phone 9.
Ladner, B.C.
50 YEARS'
���"���.XPEKIEIMOE
The S.S. Sonoma leaves Ladner
at * a.m. and 4 p.m.; leaves-Steves-
tan at 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Every
day except Sunday.
Tradi. Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Anvonoi.mMnjj auk-tell nnfl rtOBiTinllon in.;.
tUciily oaoerbtiln our opinion fro* whether aii
nvcntitnti Is probably i*__o.|itablft Communlca-
:.m��_.rlcll. limlMectllll. HANDBOOK ��_ l*a����W-
-iit f r .a. Oldest nsron. y for upcurlnj? r.i'onln.
I'litonis tulieu taroueh Aiuim A. to. receive
ppt-clal noWc., without ehtny., la the
Scientific American.
K b-U-dtvomrly Illustrated ���wpfhly. 1 iru-wl o*r*
oalatlou of anT-flclontlflo Jonrunl* T6rms^#8 n
���"mr; four months, |U Sold byull newedMlcri-,
i��UNN & Go.36'0���^- New York
Lraiieb Ofll.'C. I_C_ If 9t.. WalbiDirtrin. D. C
Ladner Carriage Works.
Practical Horseshoeing,
Carriage Building and Painting, and General Jobbing of
All Descriptions.
We carry the finest class
|oi Carriages and Farm Implements at rock bottom prices.
G. T BAKER, Ladner, B. C.
BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.���Vaucouw*ev, Yascouve.
East End, Mt Pleasant, Granville Street; Grand Forks, Nanaimo,
Nelson, Rossland, Victoria, Veru.n, Chilliwack. Curmberl.-un-l aud
New Westminster.
L. M. RICHARDSON, Manager, LADNER, B. C.
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Jimt Arrived-m.
TS  &  SHOES
-IN-
C. Hoffman, buyer lor P. Burns!
Sc Co., purchased on  Wednesday,
all the sheep and  cattle belonging^
,to the Wellington Farm.
\j&*frr i5f^7 #*
Tans, Oxfords &
Sucher Cuts
H.  1ST,   Rich retimed  home on
Saturday evening last, after  spend-
i��2 a few eays in Victoria attend-!
ing Masonic Grand Lodge.
The   Band Hoys   intend  giving
a band concert al the Crescent Is-I
land school hoti-e on   Wednesday.
next, for ths benefit of that portion j
ofthe district.
A Full Lino of
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AMEN and BOYS'
Messrs. B. Campbell, of St. Paul, I
fourth Vice-President of the  Grent!
Northern; H. M. .\dams, of .Seattle.:
Assistant Tra'flic Mnnager; W. W.
Broughion,   of   St.   Paul,   Traffic j
Manager,   and  S.   G.   Yerkes,   of
Seattle,   Assistant  Agent were at
Tort Guichon, on Saturday la-it, On
business in conr.eetien with the   a
fording of belter transportation li
itie.s,  and expressed themselves as
highly  pleased   with   the  propecb
af the Lclta.
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Sunday:,
.a month
JOLTJMEIA GFRAPHOPH0NBS1,
COLUMBIA PMlXiWDB,
SDISCN PHONOGRAPHS,
EDISON SaBOORDS,
ITEINWAY PIANOS.
NORDHBIMKR PIANOS,
iEW SCALE WILLIAMS PIANOS,
DOMINION PIANOaj
PALMER PIANOS.
pie greatest cho_.ce in �� an carver,
ie   best   values  for  your monej-* and  '-easiest
terms of purchase.
Holy    <
6:$o a.m.
11 a.m.
Matins, 1 r ��'clock.
Evensong, 7-30 o'clock-
Sunday School at iu iL.ui.
Frid.i.t'., evciik.g suvi-e -.;, 1.
Rev. Canon Hilton, vicar.
CATIiOXJ-C
Services first and tkfr 1 Sunday of
eacli uiiiTstii at 10:30 a.'u.*; Denedic-
tion, - :-,o ���p.m i
Suiiflay school nl 3 j_.__j.
I.tnv .VI.is** end Holy Coaioiutiiou '
first find third Mondays at 6_.ai."
*-*���    ' ..ther Wagner, O.M.I.,
Parish 1'iiest.
17-77.
.
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IIO Arm, '
IVIO.   : .
't'nr.n.l Mta na (.the
-.MKnib1n.11
Tho iHITeienr. Vnw*
fl.r.:i.r ' rl., rn at] A
Forty sc.11, of esrcn.'iceia bt-���_1
/-US I'll, of
RIFLKS.   riSTOI.S,   SHOTGUM9
Jtille XgteflOo|te_, tl..
Uii j,__r kaloran Ii,:��:.tt >������ U
nine _ . s.vi- MS. Ifs_u;l '*: *
.innut -Kaln.woililpill. I',.." f.''1
-ft I, ..-..--i'.j/s-^/,:...,-,on I   ..I,-.,
-1.
"ll f
-1
tit.*.-, iii-
_r_-_rl,ftn
!nl. cm B-oot
Hswitlfiii three-color AlumliiMia r , -".-
*il la I f.,r 1 ,��� si,-, 1 , ,1,:'[.,..
J. BTEVBS8 Alius AOTB TOOL CO
1 >r
l-l:>- I
��� ', ��� -.v .., uavs
Colic,   Cholera
with splen
'      t?T*_'       1;!    -11    '.VII
hesitated   about
fiMmnl   of Ethi i;   ex 1
iiliK-uti' -n      The e
are none the less
ti*. -.iy.    Tl.ey I: ive
.!_���.'���;   ui--,1. ]'.<(.
':���'.   Their   '������ n
to friends
���'. a good mer'.
Drr.e and it is w
���cures of diarrhcea
nd all forms ol bowel trouble. i"or
ilc 7>- All Druggists,
recuinruendatio
iieiyhliors, In
io Lave in tiu !
known   tor   its
it   n
.:i ;:l
aud
ine
dely
(Hi Colni Fraii,- CI J ���*__���_.-..
TLe -iniu. tiu-..-.-'' in bost.iii exlste..
libuui thirty-four _r*__ira; AM the j.-o.t_��
i.jiuevl from 11 L.re t_.e__l.-ti'*. IC.**,. er
10l_i, n.e .-.!u_e dis-s iteiog liii-n! <pri._i__
l.ly thr_i.is-.u-i_ tbe ttiii'ty-l*-'Jt*7o.irs.��f.
i.irm.i'. Suiue cuius had b:*-s made
ii.-i-_Ti_iii._i -,'or (iio u>r _>' -.'...,��� \'iri_Iril_r.
I'oli.i.i .,. L-arij- ,., :i_si*i. i.y,[i;T coll*.
j beus.i_._i tin.' Ugurs.- of tiDscIeptinnt were
Struck ii, F_ujflnr.d .'ur _l:e Oiroliims
���tiuct ;>s.-is iJiijflaijil in wm. 1 .,;;:�� w^ne
.I'lu. struik for itaojIuiiU tn-arius tb*.
-ffl-ui ii i.ur_- Baltimore.   A mint v.-as
���_itablUl.i*U iii IUipect, A l . ly l.'Kisla-
liv��- authority i:i IT-Ci. svln-iu.' topiitT
ceuts ivere Issued. beitlll));.on one s,_lo
a jiiuvs- uiiiJ ,i'. sun rising ,!'n_iii beliii.,1
i.llls und uu tbe otbei- ;g i:id!ati*il eye
tyjri'ouucleii ly tblrtee;: .'..;.;-...
Mil I'tfOIJCSTi
Scr��vi_K_i wc-il   I.i'iu7> l-iiiv
at n
; ��. iv.;��:;.; 7 ,." I'.in.
Class   nKi-.-'-i'i.-. 10 '.-..i.ni.
*ever^
Sundhv.
Sablicth "Sch-ool  a-t 2 p -ni
even
h'HU'l.' .      Prajier   lucctimg
>t very
! Tbtirsditv evening at 7.30.
The V,
.W.Waitt&Co.,
Limited,
58 Qraovile St, Vancouver
Wen-, J��� K. Belsta, pastor,
ST. A>:.ii!Ks.  ti  f'k_.S..VT_.lt.:AN
.Services uext Lard'.'. sDay at 11
s.ui  usd 7.30 p.-ui.
Sal-hart-i tSchso. at no a in Midweek meeting -11 Thuruilayevening
at 7.30 -'clock.
Kev.   A, MeAuler., Pastor..
va. mtnt irou ��_.__),
'Hit* first lrou Hblp has iiioru reputed
birthplaces than Homer, according to
Cliiiiiibern'  Journal.    Hotti   the   Clyds
mill the MtTscy claim p.e-e_ulii.oe. iii
this reapect, sir E. J. Bobl��on��of Edin-
Imrgb-designed an iruo vessel iu 1810,
which was not (launched til' three.years
(Inter, und it Is said tbat un .lr_n boat
1 .wile worked on the Severn-even as fur
I back as ITS". Stet-l was.not used iu the
an  did   aud ! construction of merchant -ships' bulls
.,--  ni,,fAs,,, '��� vctii IKiU. 'Old salts were mot alone In
111      1) 1VIUI -11. ...... . .,
. tlicli- belief that wood was meant hy
'I tegsid Cliamberlait) sj Providence to float, bitf U-ou to go to
tlio bottom.   A   naval
���v Kent Remedy k>r Bowe
Trouble.
H..   K.   BorrougUs,
well  knuwH  resident
I Mil. sm
Cclic, Choletia-aud Diarrh-cs Kptti-1
edy    as    tl.e    verv    best    remedy ��onre, repute-once said: -Don't talk to
- ��� nu* of -irou shlpi-   1 hev are contrary to
lor     bowel    trouble.       _     make nature." Now none but amah craft ore
this stat.iuc._t after having usedtht built of-wood in England,
reaedy in  my  faaiily  f_r several, "J^ '.
1   am -aaver   witkw-l
*_-a JRIotBUM *t m i__iwliful   llorsr.
A pe:  picture of BibeOUtiful horsrs l<j
tt:  be ifoUXifl lu oue of  .St-Vs.'ll   I'oi'd'.
siuiiec!.. "Hurscj. Nine*."   ilero ii in:
in tb�� stalls fit Oray Oafc. ntables wew
runny  good  hiintcra. .but  twaie b��-tti'r
il.-iii   I'asha.    Cream wbitt* tbe  was.
from the lip of his spltndiS .mrd lona
tail to bis pink lipped rut'.Z'/.lr  1Hlg i
was 09 xllk plush, bis neck as s
11*1 a swan'!'', und out of his big, bl
eyes there looked -Uch,l_itelJigen.~
one half e_.pected blaiito speak:   i:,-
IIlies   Mere  all   Kiug, igl'acnful  curve .,
and wben ib* ��� do need daintily on liu.
slender Itgs one could nee the uiuscio*
des: uuder the delicate skin.
Alisiciitmlnd^d.
"Rather ab*ierituiluded. Isn't beT'
"Kxti-emi-iy ao.  Why, the other tilpht
wlueu he got,home be knew there was
���onstructor of I aomethiug be  waute.?. to do,  but lie
couldn't remember what it was until
he bad -tot up over jui hour trying tc
think."
"Au<_ did'be finally pernember lt?"
"Ves; be discovered .that he wuut-S
to gn to bed early!"
)le   Agent   for   Columbia   G-rapbophonefft   and
Records,
years.    I   am   ..ever  wtt__._ft   it.   !    Tes8-_act proposed .last'nigbt acid 1
This remedy   i_ almost .wre  to   be  accepted blm.
ueed.ci befwe tke sum mer is Uv��r.; .''T"*'^ y"v   <lef?, ^ t*��*BJr;
I uo.'i 1  .-.i'eiL".i   11. cut is'-"**  with tliiit
|-Why   rmt    b%iy   lit    u��w   aud   be  UiiimoBd. h�� I did. or youtti make un-
prt\>tf.e4.  ier  *��ck   ��h   eiaerjeucy?   athas* uk-kiti tbe -stone.
���A"���re--. For sale br All DiwtgisU. | ���      7d~'~d~~
���* -.'ui-ulshi-il __(Dinii��_f.
blaath  services ��� Crescent  Ts-  \  The itionkey lost his hold antl -fell In
to Ihe ct'oco(li!e**s waitiu-r jivwn.  Even
'-.nu.   "I
lie saiii.
THE OLDEST MUSIC HOUSE IM a C
laiui, ;, p.m.; l,���_Her. 7:30 p.m.       j
Sunday Sck.r.l at 10 a. m. '     We wish to convince you that ill then his wits did not dt'soi
Praver meeting en Thursday at is to vour benefit to  open an  ae-   j;*n Cl'��^"'] !" for <W��mer.
n                                                           -        I           ���                                     '                       1 witli .111 mum-  nt* rmile
ft I'""' count with the Royal Hank of Can-.,     	
C. Craft, B. A., pastor.. ada.    Others an  doing  'dm whe,
���  mmrmmmm   ���p    _-... mmmj,m,m.,mu* m. j ear��� 'lC&- ^aga Vol!  do.
���A 'I.u.ki   Call.
'���I don't,-miat. telling you now." sat-,
young J.ir. .Fiauklj', "thnl .you Just
called rue.Ui iii Uie right time'."
"l_eally!" -exclaliu-d the convalescent.  "I wasn't so b_d*_is lliat. was I?*'
"Bad! My dear sir, you were good,
.t was down fa my last rf__t and need-d
tiii*,.'nouev!".
risfsl ArrivGi
A Large Assortment of
Hay
MfllUflF.!!.
Time Table.
Train  leaves Cloverdale at ,-!:.'_���
and airiyc-i.r't P��^:t G-iickvn at!
st 1
'or ks
To Be Sold At
p. IU
i|:.,-> p.m.
Trsir.   leiw*e��   Pert   C_.nicVi*n   a',
p.m. and ��i rives -tit Cloverdale
���.j j_.ni.
Mrsn.Ia_r- ��ulsy.
There  jrre  twe throngk pasficu-l
t-r trainsiper _ay each war  te and
from Seattle nti<l a  m:xed   ; 1 ain te'j
iy.r\ from Bellih'uhnm.
When ynr. wish  t*  Wuy   visiting:
' c.rds call o�� tke Delta Time*  whe
1 1
��� rrill sell the kest money  can  buy.
If you need them printed, why yen
I are money in pocket fey  calling  on   Ur. f_.. .,.. ^^ yowvi,f
the Delta Times first.
ft    D<*_>CM_._.
Judge (to witness) ���1'ou say you'have
kuuwn the prisoner all .your life".
Witness���Ves. your honor.
judge-Now, in your optoilon. do yaU
think be could be gamty of stealiu_.
this money V
���Witneaa-iHow much svasii-W
Itisuio.e  Kla.
Kind I^idy���How many are there tin
pajia,
i.ltde Anile��� lour;  mamma
  sister and a-dlstnnt .relative.
"'i'liat la only'three.   Tbe-dlstant rel
Arrangethettts   have   b-en  com- ktive ta not a iniember��ot the family."
',,..', .  ,    , .   ., "lib. yes. lie Is.   He Is my brother."
pleted for the special charter of the 1    ���Vour brothw.y   T|RH u��� (!il)..t ��� Ais.
: S..S. Sonoma to leave here on klou- ��� taut relative."
- day morning at 6 o'clock. About 8
j members of the Gun Club an: going
I over to take in  the   Pigeon  Shout
Ch. .Trtt�����(_��'��� H_ul7 Ammr.
Mra. _!.���ilJstea, Oeorge. iTbe baby 'r_
<faylng "O^-got'-Ja-bo-oo-X''.-" Whict
does ll remind yon of.
sVlr. '/..���ll'tii'. l{**u-ilnils ,-n. '6t 11
b.-slsi-i-i.-ui calllHjt out cations.
.Ki'���iu   (ho  K_u_��sx'��   Sid*.
Sena tor cU-'H[.bter���Well, did r-tri linsc
say he'tliy.itf for eiir bill?
Sfiiatirr iMaliiehanta���No: lie snid he
s*otlldii'_..niagUie a bill of a l.iora croort-
, ed and odloun'Olini'HCl__.
Sohator'Oi'apbter-rli-d you tell taiitn'l
I was fatberluK-tlie measure'J
I    -Ssiuator ''5Jain;'lir.nt2 - Ves,   hik!   Iio
���aid he Jf.iiicIaQ the bill's. characN ii*
I tics li��ii -tii'.-'ii lr.li��i-lt-d.
"V_*.
|)ilie��."
ma'anij lie is in  the  Chili.)-
llMrln.
*Bom��,p.oiH�� nevee rusks rnlst��k�����
Kor-ar.l Involved In strlf.;
--i-iii��i- ms-.r iii-'.'*_rii.ii��pr,-but
They leu., i k*.n_J*-.lj*"-&.
vhich begins about 9 o'clock.
Lost
Alt
rarden   Tooi�� of   Every Descrij^t^M-LJ
W.TTkMDE ESTATE, v
Bort Guicnon, B. 0.
U-_ld XLv-W tk. Tr-Klilc.
"I suppose you'd like to be worth a
million dollars?" she sii'.-cested.
"No. iiiinu," replied the tramp. "It
'ini be too much trouble lookln' afler
the money. Ill I vr.int ie, that some
feller vrhat'a worth a uiillioii dollars
���kail ipror.de fer me."
A Slattvr of tK'tiw** FrleaE.
Blohart��� Ves, J ouce thought of goln__
on the st.ii;*>, but friends .llusuads,!.uie.
Knoekcsr���Peienda of the stage, I pre-
aunie.
M.i'1'WH
��
l^MKIA
On J-tinc 5th, between  Port -Guichon and Jas. Nelson's place on the
' ft. B. Main road, a Gold Watch.
OUR GIRLS.
A KewYnrk girl broks lisrorin s.i_V:ln(
tmii.s witli hsr  l*��au.    Tbat's what she
Finder will please return mme to   (rt�� tor .-rimting hlm *e such �� formal
FRED.  TAYLOR.
000 Telegraphers I Special Offef Of
NEEDED
Seftralfle Sodds
G��t ytrttT House wired now: __
.and filt your application For1
I Electric  Liji'lit  now, _so that!
��� �� . ���'
the poles may be distributed
past your premises.
For .Lease.
On the Moiikuisn -road, about 20
gre^rlug-.���.Vliilftil.'lph.s. North Auisilmrt,
Whesi a iromBit says that ons of It-.
ahlldren loriks likn hsr husband's ...milj,
tt Is hsw way uf admitting that tt il nut
as .tond louktrig as ill. teat,���_n��-ht.i_in
t', lobe.
Ths Ch!o��K'i n_lllionfllie*who hns p��ld ���
���ssrnrnv 1105,000 fcr tho return of hln lo
��� isnfsri.1 Opinion.
Lives of srest men all remind as
Tlist 11 Isn't (inly pluck:
M\i wmilil do is we.1 or lietter
Ot w< ua.r-had llielr.luck.
-.Nea! ru!*kTlnis��.
i.'stieti   l'.4��.
The statement h.is been made tl'.ftt
prusslc af-ld wjis made from penal.
atoi!(-��. This Is .iltO)(i'ther a nilutske,
Tor. ��lthoiir_!t under certnJn .eouditlona
.* tnice of thu miiin principle of tbe
rdeailly poison .can-be .fouud.lu pencil
tlones, ttiere ,1s mot aufflcient to profiles tlia acltl without other esseutl-U
fnifi'edlents. Indeed, without the process of fermentation then* is uo evidence
Juiitialh., to fill file new {positions
Jeated by kailroad and Telegraph
nnipanies.     We   want   VOUNG
EKNattd [,A11Ii_vSof,good habits to
LEARN TELEGRAPHY
tN!) R. R. ACC��UNTIN<3 . . .
We t��rnish 7
���jperntftrs  and
, per  tx'iil.   of ihe
Station  Audits  in
B7_T_ sSV'Pl'IJl'sS��� huckwheat.
���Fk'll   Rye, (plover, Timothy.,  Lawn.
Grass,    EifsJiagV" Corn,   Mangel,
Turnip.       Spt-ci;.!    quotatiens   in
qtiail_-ltj'..
Spray Pumps, V'buk- Oil Soap,
, Acres o( Land and 10 Dairy Cows;
Application blank., may be'S"^ bouse, woodshed and chicken
had   ef  Mt.  McDonald,' thei house; bsrrn t0 ,je bllilt*
For further particulars apply lo
J. J.  MONKMAN.
Ladner, B.C., June iS, '06.
Utters Isda a position to approoiata th* ' at all of pril-slcflcld In Ihe stones.���Ex-
n!��('iorn o' Dloa Boucioault'a e-anrtim,
"Kararkissa lady Uirough ma ink Itot-
Ce."~si-asisHsC'lir,- t.erld.
<f, eclr cian.
���RIVER AND SEA.
imenca.    Out sis: schools nre th*5i V.eff-table Plants
_>r��est exclusire Telegraph ScbocBs .
the world.    Kstnlilisked eo veins      Large stock of HOME GROWN
|id endorsed by  all  leading   Kail-1 fruit  and (.rnameutal Trees  now1
nv Officials. j niat,,rf(i for the fan trade.
I We execate a $250 Boud tb.e'v'erv     ������ , , ,
Indent  le  furnish   him  or  her  a:    v^*xFC'.se, loss or dcla.y of fun.,-,
siti��m paying from $40. to  $60a ' K;ltl��" 01" mspection.
loRth in States east of' 'the Kool. \
[onwtRirfS, tn' from ?7,s to fiii-o-n
ninth iii Stifles west of the Rodkics,
|umediattly upon, graduation.
' Students can enter at anytime.
To vacations. For full particulars
Igarding any of our schcols wnitc
irect to our executive office at
Jinciniiati, O.    Catalogue free,
Let   trie   price y��-in   list   Hefore
p!aci��,; ytjwr.order.
Wc dp business on our own!
i ground..- -uo rent to .pay, and are I
I prepared tto meet all competition^
i
f.nciniia'si, Ohu.        Buffalo, N.\
,'kinUi, Oa LaCrisse, Wis
!i_xifku, 1 .i, Tex. San Francisco,Ca
cr.TALoorK FRIUE.
1
M.J. HENRY, Vancouver
3010 Westminster i<o���_..
Our Sheet
Metal Fronts
ORirr j'tm f*pk*n<i__l rmprevt-mrnt, at
Mtiall costs f-*r any 8ty�� .-f buisdinfj-.
Wt* in.iUc t.MiM compJcte( ("o Kttrt
n��y sized or fthnped structure ��� the
ciltire metnl finish luchidin^door nnj
fffntlow cap*-vCorniecstc_c.*-tn a great
Vttficty of *��� yle*..
They gxvc u very handtsetnc effect,
m-tl euiitirinK. practical ratisfactioni
Wc give twtipintea if you si;ik1
mcaMirciucnts utid outfrnc of the builU-
'i'liinJi it   _ ier.
Metallic R.fK)fir\g &Q**
LittUted*
WM��;_��i-AAle MannfoctuxierTS.
Toronto, Canada.
KOW.Y,
Electrical Fixtures, Etc.
New Weatuii^ster,   -    li. C.
The nf per Tt Kin- Is opun to noTlfatlOB
���ttiiut !\m .lay. a year.
lh. Vrlp. vrcll sriorlts tiolrig r,inke_
nni.tia Hi�� grrfl*. rlrors nf tbe world. It
Is navigable for ovrr -.'.noo miles, nmi to
rrltkhi ��� few hundred mllii*uf 8t. >'cl����
ti'.irg.
Twice e yeea* the CmpUn ovrrflowe _n_
-s-.tennd" ndlliinf of Cell���6U__i. lent tu feet,
the vrh.li- of esnttiil Aula, if adviintsge
would l�� titkeo ef iheee unojenee rutcnrMi
five.) by Dttin.
-Uiai_8_.
s��s.^*s...^^*SSs��s.*..��s��*.4^��^.^.��ss>.��.��^*..��..*��.��,S*.
* i n son nsk :'
How to Break fp a Cold.
It may be a surprise to many to
learn   thnt   a   severe,  cold  can   be
jconipl.telv   broken    up    in    r.ne
or   two   -la>s'    time.     Thc    fn-7
dry,
-.Mai   -in* iri-iv-.
Ira ti* 'Tun.1D1.nl (to couple wlio dps
Si-liiiic s lovrr..' -rrn_S'<ni hiu jn'oiifi-i.Ti���
Nott, tbi'H. <'nn't .vim 1':'.-.:.
A111010U1. Totltll���Oh, ,1 -rs, \vr> can
rc.-iil.
Irate LnndloitJ���Then p> ti tlie out.
of tills re-id nm.! rend the nljrii there.
Amorous :Voutli���AVu.ti-u-.'c rend it. It
B-j'S, '.''.'rivnt.." hik. tliiit,!.-. just wlv;
we rniiic-downiliere.
Chamberlains
1 symptoms  of
ROBT. MAY, Ase.i:,
;.(\'!'.s.i'.i<,..     b.
T   J. IIEALKY
���������  HEW WKSTMIKS1SSR.    :��� ���: *. C,
e*e  KBlttfftlCturCrS Oi itli kinds O.
���{��� Soda Water., Ginger
.*.    Ale antf Summer
I Drinks.
X       Yo_i patronage solicited
*���������**������**_.������'���_������.���.-.'���'���_���������"*.���������*!��-�����***'��������!*'���*!*���
Thc
a   cdlil   are a   ui>, .
loiul cough, n profuse watery ili^- j
chsrge from  the nose, end a 'thm, !
ivliih. coating' on the torifftie. When'1
ClKmiberlain".*.   Cough   Reir.e.f,   is
tsiL-eu-'Cvcrj hour ou  the   first  ?-.���>-
peatance offbese symptoms, it counteracts the effect ofthe cold ">.    1 .-
tores the system t.*.  n liealthy condition within  ., i.laj   ui   two.    lfor
sale bv -.ii Dniogists.
lC<o*agh Remedy!
jV?-t-'-5ur.'."T��-��
_?r(jr**_gg,   .
Ovr1��� cOoLi&,Crm_p -and
X-iic -.. . 1 fn -.- -,,-  ;tr caref over
������ ��� *.  civliitrtt..! wotlil.  It ciin
������"���: ui - 7.    ti contain,*, no
1 .1    f ti ] I'-f ^ (imi roi-T l��o
im ��� 1 11: '"��� .    ns to en nuiilt
. _���;  Lnrffe iiize, 60 ��te.
- * r. - \*r.> y~.+\^.%j*&r a> m || iB(fc 11 THE DELTA TIMES- SATURDAY, TUNE -���_   igroS.
-***_��*_,
=-**-?*"
���l__--_a'.-
mARRi-ED.
_tI_._-J_ AND-OLDHs^-'���- ��� At the
Metkoilrt Pars-nage, Grand
Parks, B. C, on Tuesday, thei
_6th ....__,, bj Rev. Mr. Maiuel, i
Mr. Herbsrt J. Kirkl.o-. ofj
Delta, to Mi-is Bessie, foiartk I
4��__gttet ef the late Thomas Old- >
ham, Esq... of Guelph, Unt. I
LOCAIi NEWS.
Misi Rick   is  home  t >i :he holi-
daja.
PRESENTATIONS.
After ihe closing exercises of the
schoo's, list week, the scholar* .f|
Miss Ea.is', M���� Carss' and Mr.
Fleming's ro.ms showed their appreciation oi their respective teachers by presenting them with handsome tnjnfentos. Miss I'avis re-
c.ived a beautiful moroc.i, hound
volume of Wordsworth's p.ems. a
souv.-uir spoou of Ladner, a silver
hatpin anl an address. Miss Car-s
was presented with a book _f poems
and a |.love box. Mr. Fleming received a book of poems
THE CASH STORE
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Ben Leave
To notify the people of Ladner and surrounding district that we are now in a
���position to offer Vancouver Island
Mrs. Gilla-j-lers visited the Royal
City this week.
Fted Arthur went  over   to Vancouver an Monday lasl.
Tke subject ef Rev. J. F. Betts'
discourse to-morrtw* will be of a
patriotic nature iu view of the
season of the year.
nt
Hatrv McCormick weat over
Vancoivet on Wednesday.
Miss Hoacymas returned home,
yesterday, fiem a visit to the Royal
City.
Many people are showing that
thev appreciate huving a Branch ot
the Royal Bank at Ladner. Have
yen opened an account yet?
Mrs. T. E. Ladner laaves for
California, te-day, ou a six months'
visit.
Mies Bethuue, _f Vancouver, is a
juest of Mrs. T- McNeely, at Jub-
ile. Karas.
Inspector Murray, of the P. O.
Department, paid au official visit
hare en Thursday, and expressed
himself ap well pleased with the
cemdition ot the office here saying,
"It is the best office in his district
Persous wishing to take in the
celebration at Blaine, may go ly
;the Peint. The beat leaves Point
' Roberts at 7 a. m.
36-inch Japanese Sill:, in cream, full yard wide
J8
'��ti$>
At greatly reduced price.?, makiug it possible for parties who contemplate building,
to put in concrete foundations at about the
same cost a3 piling or other inferior
niateriaL
Write for Prices.
Man-o'-War Hats, fine braided straw with bound
edges.     Regular 75c for
61
'stii__?.
BROS.
i -s_
m WESTMINSTER,
B. a
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Mrs.   Fmdlay,   of   Xew   West-;
RiiHster, is visitixg her sister,   Mrs.
If. L- Slater. i
J. Melntyre,   East   Delta's pop
ular teacher, leaves, on Moat-ay or
__ . 'Tuesday for Alberta where k_ will
Mathesos and grand- complete his homesteading he was
under the impression he had completed.
Boys'   Heavy  Ribbei   Cotton   Hose,   Hardwear
Brand.
*asrn
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A \Kd- I -   ""��� ���
JMkv ��� d
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Cut Glass,
Silverware,
Watches
And all kinds of Jewelry
Mrs.   P,
iaufbter, Miss Taylor, visited Van
.stiver this week.
Mrs. W. J. Laaninj; and family
leare on M.nday, on a visit to
frieads ia Victorit.
Mrs. J. Burritt returned heme,
Tnesdav, from an extended visit to
her home iH Scotland.
Mrs F. M. B. Flett, sister of Mrs.;
Hilten, and the Misses Flett, are i
guests at the Vicarage.
The entertainment in the Town
Hall 0:1 Saturday evening last,
by the ,cunset Theatrical Co., was
fairly well attended. The company
is composed of some very promising
artistes. It is but the beginning of
a company of amateurs ancl alter a
little more experience and ref-��e-
meat they, no doubt, will be much
improved.
W. H. Wilson leaves to-morrow
for Vauceuver where he will take
in the Dominion Day celebration.
J. W. McFarland. of Mahon,
McFarland _k Mahon, Vancouver,
paid a. business visit here this week.
Little Willie Manley was knocked down, last evening, and run
���ver by a bicycle. Dr. Woodley
was promptly on the spet and had
the little fellow sent home. Nothing worse than a severe shaking up
is apparently the result. There is
considerably too un-ch last driving
and riding an the streets while the
band is playing.
!m     *��p!
��� ���'j      R��p*lrlng a Specialty.
267 Columbia St.,
New Westminster, B. C
SNAPPY  STYLES
-IN-
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Jl. Clausen,
LADNEI.. B. C.
-i i..     .j asgeg . j _. 1 _B_���__i-g���B
Miss Jacksan, teacher of tht |
JJoundary Bay school, has resigned j
aud, w�� understand, will retire j
frem teaching lor the piesent.
FOUND.
On   Tuesday   morning,   on  the
 ���������         1 Railway   track,   a   ring   set  with
Geo. Dennis, of East  Delta, has;opals.    Apply  to
���Mid ent his mill at leaver Dam, te': BERT ARTHUR.
a. Vancouver  fir_R.    The new firm '	
will   take   possession   on  McMiday NotiC___
i.ext.
The Ora_j.et.ieH of this dia'.rict
intend to have a mististrous celebration 3t Cloverdale on July iatb,
coming from all parts of he District. The Ladner Cornet Band
has been engaged,and sports, games
_fcc. of all kinds are being arranged.
See posters later.
Tenders will he received up to
noon, Jnly nth, for the purchase
of all Buildings on the Lot known
as the McKee Butcher Shop. The
buildings to be removed by the
18th July. Lowest or any lender
not necessarily accepted.
MARSHALL SMITH.
SOLID    FOOTWEAR
AT   THE NEW   SHOE   STORE
The Derhy Shoe
For Men, 'the choicest production of Canadian Shoe Manufacture,
New Solid Goods, new prices.
Modem   Shoes in-a Modern  Shoe  Store.
J* REAGH,    -   Ladner. B*G*
THE WHITE HOUSE
; * Shows some  p.articularly  Good  Values in
Shirtwaist Suits, Blouses
and Wash Skirts.  ....
THE WALWORTH-ROi.STON CO., Ltd.
1016 Westminster Ave.. Vancouver,
1J1.A..KRS   ra
Implements,  Wagons,   Carriages,   Harness,  Etc.
McCormack  Harvesting  Machinery,
Binder Twine, Etc,
Haypaesses, Plows, Gasoline Engines, Threshers,
MII FOR I i�� KEPT III STOOL
McBRIDE   ESTATE,   Port   Guichon,   AGENTS.
A. J. BIRTCH,
New Westminster
CASH STORE.
GREAT BARGAINS,
lTnder instructions from the Executors of
the  Estate of the Late W.  L. McBRIDB
THE ENTIRE STOCK
Will be offered to the public at
WELLINGTON Fa
Is now subdivided into Blocks of about Twenty Acres each.
1
I! GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
To mak*���> room for an
Entirely New Stock       &       &
Prices $t50, $175 and $200 ner acre.
TERMS: One-fifth Cash, balance in  1, 2, 3 & 4 years, with interest at C p. c. per annum.   ,��
�����*** - .^.
For maps and further particulars call on or write to
MahonP MaoFarland & Ma.
l y*i5?i^**"-"^!i- ft f
9
Come and See Our  Special Line of
Boots and Shoes.
5/3   Uaeiif-irte  CI     S .Real Estate, )   VsMrieinmi*   ^_
44-lt_l-iTJllgS JU,   \  Insurance and Loans,   .    VflBitOJt/U, S>_1.
���**
j\     Port   Guichon,  B. C.

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