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Vol. 1. No. 29.
LADNER, B. C, SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1904.
eimM.
$1.00 �� year
I ���*��
ANTI-CHINESE    CAMPAIGN.
Timothy, Local Grown,   -    7c lb
Red Glower,
Wo Ib
16c Ib
Yellow Oanwer Onion   $1 Ib
���
Above Prices are Net Cash
A large stoek of Sugar Beet and Mangold Seeds.
Ferry's, Steele Briggs* and Bonnie's Vegetable and
Flower Seeds, by bulk or packet.
Marshall Smith
NEWS IK BRIEF.
Russia Want* Canada to go out
of the sealing business.
Tkc Ameei of Afghanistan is reported to kave keen poisoned.
Tke Duke of Cambridge was
buried on Tuesday, ia Westminster
Abbey. The 'Old Duke" will be
mack mimed by Tommy Atkins, kc
being Tommy's personal friend.
. Collector at Customs Bowell, on
Tnetdiy morning, received aa order cancelling the yrevlons order
whisk allowed American bottoms to
carry Canadian goods from here to
St. Michael, en route to Dawsou,
and British steamers must thereafter take tke goods if tbe owner*
at tha latter da uot pay duty.
FOR DItORDERED STOMACH.
"I have been troubled for some
time with indigestion and soar
stomach," say* Mrs. Sarah W.
Curtis, of Lee, Mass., "and have
been taking Ckamberlain'a Stomach
and Liver Tablets which have helped me very much so that now I can
eat many things that before I could
not." If you have any trouble
with your stomach why not take
these Tablets end get well?. For
sale by F. J. MarEenzie.
A beautiful memorial service was
held last Sunday in All Saints'
Churck, in memory of the late Mrs.
Parmiter The music wa* appropriate and tbe address by Canon
Hilton much appreciaed. The attendance, we understand, ia spite
pi the wet day, wa* good.
Market
Large market in all lines. Beef
plentiful. The supply in all line*
wa* more than equal to demand:
.Beef, forequarters, 6j_c. to 7c;
hindquarters, 8>_c. to 9c. ,
Pork, 8c. to 8}.c.
Mutton, ioc. to io>_c.
Veal, 8c. to iee.
Chickens, %b\% to f8% per doz.
dressed, i��)_c. perjlb.
Eggs, fresh. 20c. per doc.; cased,
17c.
Butter, 30c. to 35c.
According t* The Commercial,
of Winnipeg, tbe visible supply of
oats in the United States and Canada, east of the Rocky Mountains,
is 9,867,000 bushels, compared
with 7,317,000 bushels * year ago
JOHN SPITTflL SHOnWICt
Inquest Held and Remains Interred���Povin-
cial Police Tracking.
John Spittal, whose body was
found on Sunday night in a shack
net far from Terra Nova cannery
on Lulu Island, was murdered.
That much was determined by
tbe Coroner'* jury, which on Monday sat in inquest upon tke remains.
Coroner Greer, of Steveston, presided at the inquest, and the jury
brought in a verdict tbat the deceased had come to bi* death at the
hand* of persons at preaent unknown.
The provincial police, under direction of acting Superintendent
Bullock Webster, now kave the
matte? in hand, and it is just possible that the murderer or murderers of John Spittal may not long
remain unknown.
Tbe remains of tke murdered
man were buried oa Tuesday afternoon. Upon an examination of
the remain* by Mr. Bullock Web-
ater thi* morning, it wa* developed
that Spittal had been shot once on
the right side ef th* head. Tbe
ballet, evidently from a rifle of
some power, penetrated bis bead on
the right side just above the ear,
and passing clear through, came
'out just above the ear on the right
side. Spittal had alio been shot in
the brcsst with ��� bullet from a
rifle. It entered nearly in the
centre of the breast, and in penetrating it attack two ribs, breaking
them, aad then made its exit
through the right side.
The body waa in such a state of
decomposition that it could be
withheld from the grave no longer,
and that is tbe reason it was interred on Tuesday. Provincial Constable Spain, of New Westminster,
and Constable Murchison, of Steveston, arc working on the case in an
endeavor to clear up the mystery
in wbich the case is shrouded.���
The Province.
The Montreal Star's London cable
says: Opponents here of the Government's policy re Chinese labor for
South Africa made a great apread
yesterday of Canadian criticism.
The only direct opposition come*
from Professor Goldwin Smith,
Hon. Richard McBride, Prime Minister of British Columbia, and Mr.
John Fleet, President of the Dominion Trades Congress. Other Canadian authorities seem to agree
with Sir Wilfred Laurier that the
matter is not one in which Canada
should intervene, and that it
should be left for the people of South
Africa to decide.
There is official authority to deny
the statement current here that thc
Chinese Government is again endeavoring to compel the British Government to coerce British Columbia into * repeal of the anti-
Chines* legislation before the Chinese are permitted to go to Sooth
Africa. The fact is, the negotiia-
tioas between the British and
Chinese Governments are proceeding quite smoothly, are strictly
limited to the framing ol regulation*
and have nothing whatever to do
with the larger and more complicated questions involved in anti-
Chinese legislation elsewhere.
CIGARETTES THE CAUSE.
"The school board* of Santa Ana
found that for some reason the boys
in the public schools were nowhere
nearly as proficient in their studies
aa thc girls and an investigation
was instituted to discover the cause,
whether the boy* were being neglected by their teachers, or whether a lack of discipline was chargeable with the fact that the boys
were not doing well. The investigation was had, and it wis found that
ninety per cent, ofthe boys between
the ages of twelve aad fifteen years
who attended the public schools
smoke cigarettes. The investigation
did not require to be pushed any
further. It is *ufficently well known
that cigarette smoking blunts the
intellect as well as undermines the
constitution, and if ninety per. cent.
of the Santa Ana boys stay with
the habit, ninety per cent, of the
Santa Ana boys will be failures ia
life, and no help for it."���Onward.
Canon Hilton went to Yale College, as chaplain, last Tuesday, returning on Tharaday,
Horsey.1
P. Ripliagcr left yesterday for
Surrey Centre, Langley, Westminster, Vancouver and Lulu Islaad,
with Glengarry Patchen. Mr.
Riplinger has three Standard-bred
celta under bis care, just now? A
filly by Kiag Patchen, out .of a
Stormont mare owned by Wm.
Gowdy; a sorrel colt by King Patchen, ont of Toredo; and a 2-year-
old stallion by King Patchea, tnt
of the well known Murray mar*, of
Langley.
Glengarry Patchen is a beautiful
chestnut with white strip in face, he
is of good size, stands 16 hands snd
weigh* 1170 lbs. He ha; won first
prize in every class he was shown
in, in New Westminster and Victoria. His racing career has been
such for a green horse that it is unquestionable, starting 10 times, last
summer, getting eight firsts, one
second aad out of the money once.
He has shown the ability to go ia
s.05 sure; stepping trial miles in
a.17; tf-miles iu 1.05).; quarters
in 30J_ sees.; eighths ia 15 sees.
A 2-minute gsit in one summer's
training. He is a 4-year-old. rising
5, and was brad by W. Walker, of
Steveston, B. C, the present owner.
His sire is Ring Patchen by Mam-
brino King; his dam waa Juanita,
sired by Altoo, her dam is by Pathfinder. Truly a fine strain of racing horseflesh.
The above will ataad till about
Ju)y 1st, after wbich date he will
go over to Washington, etc. He
will be entered in all the stake race*
(or wbich he is eligible, on the
North Pacific circuit.
Geo. Hicks, of Vancouver, was,
in the Village this week putting one
of the famous Mason & Risch
pianos in tke home ot C. P. Green.
Rev. J. P. Bowell. of New West
minster, was a guest at the Methodist Parsonage daring his stay, rg.
turned home on TuetkUy,
*S' THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY MARCH 26,. 190*
J
ss-
THE  DELTA TIMES..
POMilSHSt) XVBXT SATTJUBAT.
SvMKttrncw, $1.00 per year.
AD*nt��TISIl*0 RATES.
jTisnal anTtrtlerairntS is> centa per line for
ttVfirttlnstttWa, and5<e_ts*pcr lsne Ot each
eubseauent Insertion. Tb* number ol lines
rtekhnad Sytfce space occupied, ta lines to the
tack.
KMh-'ttT'CatBBtrela. Advertfseaeenta can be
He* an appUcstWa at this office.
fteattaif notMs 1. cents pet" Una tor each in-
Nttta*.
Birth and StathntftKcs, 50c., Marriages$1.00.
AV, spectstaoUaa, the Aject ofwMelHste
sftonoVe *     -������-.--   *��� -<��� ��� .........a,
���rMngi
a��d charged
All advertisements" charged for unttr ordered
���>_! and paid tor.
Cerftspendence Invited on matter* of-public
interest;   Communications to. editor must be ac-
of writer, not necessarily
_ _   aa eTldeuce op good fai-th
ndence must reach tfti* office by Thats-
Mrs. Phillips, of Mt. Lehman,
mother of Mrs. Wm. Hae don, died
at her home on Saturday evening
last and was buried ou Monday.
Mi. and Mrs. Haddon went up on
Sunday to attend thc funeral..
A-Q.   U.
tote the jiecuniarjr benefit of any
impanjr, ta be considered an ads
charged accordingly.
individual
Ircrtiseinunt
aompanied by name
Sst pnbUcatMa, bat
rran-n*.
6*0.   Kv  MANMtT,
Manager.
���ATf-WAT,  MARCH 26,   ^04;
We understand the postofflce is
changing hand*, As doR. Taylor
being mentioned' at the incoming
poftmaster. Miss Livingstone is
being retained as assistant.
We- w��uld call, tiie attention of
thrCouueil to the bicycle nuisance;
With plaak roedsasd level wrsee
��o need of the sidewalk being used
ns a bicycle patbi. The sidewalks
nre none too wide- for, pedestrians.
Uf thore is'* by-law covering, this
it should be enforced.
As soon a* tbe R.O. 0>F. buSd-
ihg is completed*,, whieh will* be
���bout the end Oi April,, tbe post**
office will be removed to the commodious quarters in the rear eb
the Royal Bank* of- Canade and
A". Clausen's new store: Thin will
be much more comfortable than the
present cramped position.
The- Ladies'' Aid of the Methodist Church met at the'parsonage
ort-, Thursday, There Was a* targe
attendance- and two new members
were received, Mrs. Geo, Lasseter
and Mr* Johnston. The next
meeting is to be at the home' of
Mrs* T. W. Kerr, on April yth.     i
*r\KI.TA LODGR  NO.   is,   mens  nm ,nno
lss"   third  Tuesdays  ta   each month ia Wad
W.
meets Snt"'
and
deU-eHaU.
T. W. KERR, Recorder.'
J. &H.CSUU8T, M. W
I. O. F.
CotjrtOsseo.No. 3443, meets
in I O O F Hall, 3rd Tuesday in
each month Visiting brethren
always welcome. C. R, J B
Burr ;KS,  B S> McDonald
J. D. Breeze- manager of the
Confederation Life Association' in
British Columbia, is paying the
Delta a visit. He had not been
here for some two or three years
and wss pleased to* see the big improvement in tbe farms itt the Delta
a* well as the increase of business..
I.O.OF.
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. MacKekrie, N.G.
A. W. OuvBR,"Sec.
D^ta Transfer Stable
LADNER, B. C.
S*NQLE AND pOUBLB RIGS AND SADDLE HORSHS
ON SHORT NOTICE
Team Work Bome at Specially tow
JOSEPH JORDAN, .Proprietor.
CHURCH   N0T1CE&,
HtX SAIMTC,
(Anglican.)
Bfloly Communion, ist and 3rd
Sundays, at 11 a.m. Other Sundays at 8.30-a.m.
Morning prayer, rn *.*.���
Evensong, 7 p.m.
Stmdkiy School'at ive.m., Fridky
evening, Litany and choir practice.
Rev. Causa Hilton, vicar.
A SAD CASE>
. ft-auk A*. Gray, a druggist, and*
ileut-Colenel J-Gray, hi* father,
���Who acted aa deputy returning of-
Icer and clerk nespectively, were
convicted on Thursday, at Toronto,
of tampering with* ballots* at the
civic election.. They- were admitted-
tb bail,, and' will be sentenced on
April Midi- Colonel* Gray was 39/
jtearsin.tb.fr militia service, served
in the Fenian Raid and in the
Northwest Rebellion kv 1*885, and,
later wa* for years-in charge of the
stores at Montreal. He sat for
West York in the Ontario Legislature from i*S8:vto 1885.
Beet, Ikon and Wine; * splendid
bfactr for spring house* cleaning.
Try a bottle.   F. J. MaeKensie.
Bandmaster Leslie is* waiting patiently for young men and bays to
come forwafd and take the opportunity of- a musical education.
. The many friends of Johrt Blount
will be pleased to learn that he has
���entirely recovered from his attack
of rheumatism. Chamberlain'* Pain
Bal-* cured Mm after the best doctors in the fovs'tv (Monoav Ind.) bad
failed to give relief. Thtt prompt
relief from, put* which this lfaiment
affovds* is alone worth many times its
cost.   Scfld by F. J.  MacKenzie.
?b# V,- T. R.- aett Dime table
Somes into effect to-morrow, 27th.
A oomplett. table will appea* next
week. The change at Chilluokthaa
*Ne. 1 leu-sen at 11.35; No. 2 leaves*
�� **_..
The** wan i> Kttle surprise- par fy,
last evening, at .the home of Rev.
A. A. McLeod'a*, whew f_te members of the Mtefciou Katid' took the
opportunity of presenting Mrs. Mcleod, the* leader,- with a silver
napkHa ring. Tbe little ones' we. e
escetted home by Kirs. Jl. F, Stai-n-'
ton and Mr. "tranter.
.    60LBS ARE DANGEROU��.
How often yetf hear it remarked
'It's only a cold," and a few days'
latef leifh that the man ie oni his*
tack with pneumonia. .This is of
Mich common occurrence that a cold,
B*wever sfight, s-hould hot be disregarded. Chansbetlain's Cough
Remedy counteracts any tendency
foWSsfd pneumonia. It always cures
and is plesuant to take. For sale by
Jr. J, M**Ke*M��.
"CATHOtlfc
Revefeiid' Father Edm. Peytavin,
O.M.I*. Services first and. third
Sunday of ettch month at ic.30 a m
i tlM8*THO_>5RST.
Services-next Lord's Day at 3 pi- m
Glass meeting, iot.30 a.m. every
Sunday.
Sabbath School at 2 p; m every
Sunday. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday evening a* 7.30,
Rev. A. N. Miller, pastor.
ST.* ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAIT
Servit.es next Lead's Duy at 11
a. m.and 7 p.m.
Sabbath School at 2 p m Midweek meeting on Thursday evening,
at 7:30 o'clock
Rev. Thos. Oswald, minister.
B.4PTIST7
Sefvice every Lord's Day evening at 7" o'clock.
Service* conducted- by
Rev. L. E. Tranter.
H.N.Roh
Notary Pvbfh,
mi��KI,iSli8IBSIK API
Ladner, B. O.
Parduatng Agent
j Brackman-Ker IVliliing Co.
Llmlte*   I
WELL AGAIN.
I Morse Goods! !!
) 1    Our Harness and Horse Furnishings '
have long proved reliable, and they ara ) i
5': built not only for style but wear. . ���
) t REPAJR1NQ A SPBCIALTY.
) \ huqh Mcdowell, !;
M 3 t
H LADNEK, B. C. , ,
^M^ys'^'X'X'^'^'^x-*'^**'
I miinam Him I
J. HENLEY
. ��� T
NEW WESTMIN.WEU,   :-:.n. C.   ��������
J-   Manufacturers of tttl kinu.i of ^.
Soda Water, Ginger 4
h Ale unci Summer }.
I brinks. I
\      Your patronage solicited      f
.t*.*m i _tacr"*a .at s<__W*> s_tae_ers^a wS/e _N^j s Si e^S, to*4Tbea.e 9eG^PaeUee��i
BO VBARV
Marks
���viaioN*
CorvMUHTa Ac.
Anyra* sanding a sketch and dasorlptlon nay
Mckl* sbeartalif onr opinion frea whether an
rontl<i��f is prohably BitsnUWs, Commnnh.*.
nssniollroaiiOdsntlid. HANDBOOK-on Patsnu
���i ftso. Olrtsst sssner for securtngpaunu.
l'nMaU taaan throush Mwin * Co. receive
trlotnotiu, wlkliont charga. In tha
Scientific Jfttterican.
VhandsomstylllastrssfadwaaHr. I.sraast elr-
ulatlon of any aotantlSo Journal, Terms, St a
rear: four nwnths.IL Sold by all nawsdaalars.
MUNN &Co��V!rf^New York
���ranch Mn, fa F SU WaakSagton, D. C.
iWeorporatad 1869.
<3AP.IT.AL, $3/300,000.     BBSBRYE, l$3,00p,000
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Savings Department*
Deposits <5f $1 and upwards received aiid Inter?
est Allowed at Highest Current Batea/
��������49 BRANCHES:-���- I
KfOVA SGOTlA-rHalifax, An-
trgotrish, Bfidgewater, Geysboro,
Loedonderry, JUiuisbwrg, C. B,;
Lunetibttfg, Maitland/rictou, Port
HawkeshUfy, Shubenacadie, Sydney, CVB.'; Sydney, Victoria Road;
Truro,  Weymouth, Amherst^
(ONTARIO ��� Ottawa, Toronto,
Pembroke.
t3UE-B.BC ��� Montreal, Montreal
WeslKnd, Montreal Westttount.
NEWFOTJNDL.AND���St.
John's.
NEW BRUNSWICK���St. John,
Bathur-st, Dalhousie, Dorchester,
Predericton, Monctoa; Newcastle,
Rexton, Sackville, Woodstock. Ed-
mundstpn.
BRITISH COLUMBIA -~ Vancouver, Vancouver Kast Ends Gtand
ForksyNariaimo, Nelson, Rowland,
Victoria, Chilliwack,.Ladner. '���''.
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
���Char1ottetown,.Stftnimersi-de.
CUBA ��� Havana, Santiago de
C*��b.a. j ��� ������
UNITE!? STAT_?S^-New York,
Republic. Wash,
JL ������ ���'i,*vv..
t Tele_����r!��.ne " Ladner"' fro. ia
^i-��-!'*a.��.ilH-ri.ri-i��4v-i-��'i-4.r*M-*>?i.�� i'��-,f,|>����f'i-*>*'in ��� n��
Pi**actical Horseshoeing &
AH Kinds of Repairing
W. Hrfaylor's.
Stokes A Cullis
Purveyor*.
For PRIME *BE.BF,M$JTTQJSr
and .FORK TRY lis.
Westiatam Street,
Ladner, B. C.
-aa
Gents' Clothing, ,
Hats M rurhishingsl
At All PHoes.
^kt
mst
A.
liue; of Boots a Shoes in To"vrn.]
Bnobers to Suit Ereryone.
Staple Dry Goods at Lowest Prices]
-AT-
H. J. Hutcherson s
Fashion Stables-
Trucking and Draying.
Livery work of all kinds attended to promptly'. t
Wma Alexander
Udnsr. D. C,
J a F* STAINTON
���DKALgst IM**���
Bicycles, Farm Implements, Hardware, Coal, Cqal Oil, &.Gasoline.
.Agent for the McCortnick Machine
and.Binder Twint.
- -'     '..'->.;���
Manufacturer of Wooden Pump-*-
All, Kind* Of Repairing. Farmers'
Scales. Auctioneer'.
Jj    lltlTISH  COLUMBIA
H. K, WRIGHT, Manager,
LADNER, B. C.
..t,Westminster Branch)
.. ���    T^elTeblf
��� Cars fcave Wesltninster lor Vsnca<iverat^.v,
and 6.50'a.m. anil hourly thereafter until iu ���������
m., SstuiMsvs and Siimluy, at ic p.m.
Cars le��Ve Vau'jouvcr for Westminsters nl 5.j
avid i.v a<m. and Xewrlr thereafter until is. p.
m.: Sa'turdays aad SwKduys nt ij p.m.
f     FKEICHT  CArftS.
Weritttlirst-class freight c��*s betwee'f Wem-
minster and Vancouver and all fckiipui*_ts sre
handled with the u4inost earC, Mid drli-.e��d to
consignee without Arts y. Spntal attentiuo pai's
to fruit shipments. Our wagCns meet sit boats
and trshis. Foi rates, etc. api*ty to
D  A. MTlIsBS, V. E. GI.OVF*
TsisSieMrr. Ucalttar.
WsWllnstets��.e.
TAILOBING
Clothes Mtorad. Clsaasd aad Kapalrad.
Parcels left a( W. I. McBrtdr's store uM A. Wall.
Iter's and W. *. McCiellaa's barber shop will!
called tar on Maaday and rctoraerl ������ SatardayJ
0. W. WAUCN
W. N. IDraper,
moviNciAi. lamp ayivsYoa
aoeai 5. ailart Slack, Mew WcstBtastor.
1UTTBR PAPER. ENVELOPW,|
VI&mNG CARDS,
JOB PRINTING OF ALL X.INDS.J
For Service.
' '*J*ed b*y S. t. T_ont*����o-i, It Sou.
Yorkshire   Bo:irs farfowed   Mays
'   "���''        ;.' < 1
6tb,   1902.     His   dam,  Woodbinel
R(i��a Belle, was Sweepstake Sow|
and Litter at Winnipeg in 1902.
Aaehml Smhm. THE DELTA TIMES, SATURDAY. MARCH 26, 1904.
AUCTION
EI
SALES
....*-
'      ���:
... *
LIVE and DEAD
Farming Stock,
mci."0.biNG:.
23 Horses���
Which compri.se 4 team* of heavy
draft Mare* and Geldings, ? Brood
Mares, 6 3-vear-old Fillies and
Geldings, 2 2-year-old Geldings, 3
driving Horses from4ryearsold up,
2 Colts.
100 Head of Cattle���
Amongst which are 20 Dairy Cows,
60 yearling and 2-year-old Heifers
and Steers, 14 3 and 4-year-old
Steers, 15 Qows and i pdw-bred
Shorthorn Ball. J-
-4 Brood Sow* 20 Store Pigs and 1
Boar.- "*
*;   Implements���
Istcftide' Binder, Mower, Rake,
breaking and stubble Ploughs,
Harrows, Wagons, sets of Harness,
Dairy Utensils, Separator and usual
miscellaneous assortments found on
a well stocked occupancy of 600
acres, which
.** *   MR. H. N. RICH
i_��   J HP :��� ;- .,       .  ,,
IflM neeived instructions from Dr.
J..Ker Wilson to SetFby Auction
on his Farm, 4 miles northeast of
Ladner, on
Tuesday, April 5, 1004,
at 11 a.m. I.      "*   .
The Auctioneer calls special attention to this Sale. - Tke horses
will be footed young, active and
well broken and the cattle in good
healthy stock order.
Tsbms���-Tinder ��25, ��pot cash;
over tbat amount, approved notes at
eight months, with Bank interest.
Auction Offices, Ladner, B.C.
Comprising���1 Oak Bedroom Set,
1 Bedstead, i Bureau, i 12-ft Extension Dining Table, 1 Centre
Table, J^-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., wbich
Mr. H. N. Rich
Has received instructions from Mr.
R. H. Gillespie to sell by Auction
at his residence * in tbe Village of
Ladner, on Wednesday, March
30th, at 2 o'clock.
Terms ��� Cash,   excep1   on   the
Piano, for which approved negoti-I
able note at 8 months, with interest at 8 per cent., will be accepted.
S. F. Woodland went to Westminster on Saturday evening last to
hear Evangelist Coleman. He reports having a pleasant anl profitable time.
B. L. Kirkland! Apples,
REAL ESTATE & . .
FINANCIAL  AGENT.
The choir bovs of the English
Church will be vested on Easter
Sunday and take their place as
choristers in the chancel. This
will add to the beauty of the services. The Canon has been training the boys for several months.
For Sale.
Good Early Rose Potatoes.   Apply to
J. F. STAINTON,
Ladner.
DAIRY STOCK
Comprising���11 Cows, 1 Bull and
Dairy Utensils.
MR. H. N. RICH
Has received mstrUctiot.s irom the
Executors oi 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.
CULTIVATING A KIND
VOICE
If one would have a kind voice,
says the Boston Journal, one must
start in youth to cultivate it, and be
on the watch at all times, while at
work and while at play. Thc kind
voice must Speak the thought of a
kind heart.
It is in play that a sharp voice is
most easily acquired. Boys and girls
say words in a quick, harsh, tone,
utmost like the snap of a whip.
If one of them is vexed, the voice
sounds a* if it were made up. of a
snarl, a whine, and a bark. It
speaks worse than the heart feels.
The ill-will is louder in the tone
than in the words.
In mirth one may carelessly allow
one's voice to grow shrill and unpleasant. Some people have a sharp
home voice, and keep a company
voice for use elsewhere. It is a
safe rule to use one's best voice at
home.���Sabbath-school Visitor.
Chamberlain's
Remedies.
Chamberlain's Coagh Seaedy.
For Coughs, Colds, Crenp aad Whoop,
ing Cough. Price 25 cents; large sin 50c.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy.
For Bewal Complaints.   Price 35 cents.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
An antiseptic liniment t-apedally valuable for Cats, Bruise., Sprains aad Rheumatism.   Plica 35 cents; large size 50 cents.
Chamberlain's Stomach and
liver Tablets.
For Disorders of the Stomach, Liver
sad Bowels.   Price as cents.
Every one ot (hese preparations
is guaranteed and if not lolly satisfactory to the purchaser the
money will be refunded.
Deeds, Wills, Leases, Agreement?
and Partnerships drafted and prepared promptly.
Office: Next door to Dr. King's.
Fall and Winter
Vegetables'
Of All Kind
FRESH MILK
Delivered Daily, 6c. Per Quart
W. A. Kirkland.
A. B. Barber, of Slocan City,
has arrived, and has purchased the
teaming business of Robt. Gillespie
who is removing to Whatcom. Mr.
Barber formerly resided here, but
has been engaged in mining for
some years up-country.
BiilHTTIi!
The Dairymen's and Live Stock
Association have again elected me
as their Secretary, and I have been
instructed to arrange for a shipment ot Breeding Stock, from the
Eastern Provinces, and I am new
prepared to quote you prices, and
give such othe^J information that
will ensure getting good serviceable
stock at reasonable prices;
It will beimyii earliest endeavor to
give the same satisfaction to the
Patrons of the Association in the
future, as I have in the past two
yeais. '*
Any persons wanting Stock out
with this shipment,, who have already  purchased, can do so by applying for' space, on or before the
First day of April next.
Address all communications to
L. W. PAISLEY,
Sec.-Treas. of the Dairymen's and
Live Stock  Associ tion,   Chilliwack, B. C.
Seeds, Trees, Plants
Home Grown and Imported, Irom the Best and Most Reliable
European and American Growers. Each variety of Seeds
Tested as to vitality before sending out.
Eastern Prices or Less.
60000 Home Grown Fruit and Ornamental Trees for Spring Sales.
Get our Catalogue before placing your orders.
1ft. J. demy,
3010 Westminster Road
Vancouver, B. C.
-DEALER   IN-
Fine Boots,
Shoes *
Rubbers
Best Goods, Lowest Prices
Custom  Work a Specialty.
Grand
rawing
AT-
lm%AGl���i
iFS
Dry Good
Ladner
, *,
Every Cash Purchaser of One Dollar's Worth of Dry Goods is entitled to one Ticket for the following 20 Valuable Prizes:
Jpady'B Gold Watch,
French Clock,
Forty Yards Roll Matting,
1 Bolt Flannelette,
1 Pair Lace Curtains,
Lady's Walking Skirt,
$20.00
Lady's Dress Length,
$4.00
1 White Spread,     -
$2.50
10.00
1 Pair Portieres,
-.
3.50
1 Colored Bed Spread,
2.50
.ting,          8.00
Rocking Chair,
-
3.50
Lady's Under Skirt,
2.50
*  -          7.00
Muslin Dress Length,
-
3.00
Lady's White Blouse,
2.50
5.00
1 Pair Lace Curtains,
-
3.00
1 Bed Quilt,            -
2.00
5.00
Muslin Dress Length,
-
300
1 Pair Pillow Shams,
2.00
Card Table,
$2.00         1 Easel,
-
$i.5o
y THE DELTA TIMES, SATU.RDAY. MARCH a6,  1004.
CREAM
Separators are no^ the talk. Let ua have
a talk with you before you buy*
98 Per Cent.
of the Creameries of America now use
DeLaval Cream Separators;
After twenty years of experience, and trying twenty other modes of machines that
is the record that speaks for itself; and also
means something to tfce inexperienced
buyers of FARM CRKAM ^ABATORS.
With the DeLaval Superiority in all essential respects
to any otker machine, and Satisfaction to the
nser is voluntarily Guaranteed as a condition of
ptCCsfatt*.
B. C. ABBOTT, Agent, - LADNER
aaas-aesaHiMMHaaiaiBBM
LOCAL NEWS,
K., W.  Lloyd) left  tot   White
Morse on Monday.
--r        ���   -        ���
J. W. Welsh was a visiter to
Huntingdon this week.
��� 1 -���- ���"  *������
ffis. Ethel Reid paid * visit to
Vancouver on Monday.
mil,    is.   ..��
Mis* Muriel Green left oa Mo*
day fo* Yale, oa a- visit.
i ���������  --  ' - ���
H. K. Wright spent a week-end
suit to the Terminal City.
Sheriff Armstrong, of New Westminster, is paying an official visit
We are pleased to see E. L. kirkland around again after a sftsfl of
During Holy Week, daily *er-
���ice* wiil be keid in AU Saints'
Church.
���   1 ���>��������!��> slil ������mm 1 lent \ mt
S-. Morley ba* bought the Uvfng-
*ton fefrn and b new engaged in
drawing it.
the button" by steading in yoar
order, he will do the mt.
Mrs. C. P. Green was a passenger to Vancouver on Monday.
J. E. Gilmour returned,, this
week, front the Eastern States,
where he has been visiting during
the winter months.
P. Shirley returned heme, on
Wednesday, from a short business
trip.
Mfs. Vasey, sr., is still very sick,
her condition remaining about tbe
same as last week.
Jl. Clausen,
For Ladies' and Gents*
WATCHES *
CHAINS
Sterling Silver A
Plated Goods
Repairing a Specialty.
Btrff  Orpingtons:    Pure   Bred,
$3.00; Grade, 75c. per setting.
Apply
H. J. KIRKLAND.
Sealed Tenders will be received
by the undersigned up to 1st April
next for the pasture on the Sturdy
farm.   Terms cash.
C. F. GREEN,
Agent.
Ladner, 24th March, 1904.
Ocean Dock
 FOR	
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
You can not get better bargains thun at Port Guichon.
We keep the best stock f everythiug that is needed for the
general public. Call or seud in your order nnd we guarantee satisfaction.
Telephone 5.
IrV. L. McBRIDE, *tteVa&ke.
Have You Seen the
Propless Treeprop
They .Are IT.
May and potatoes are moving in
lar'ge quantities thc past week at
$14 to $15 per ton.
Mis* RichardsoS, of Vancouver,
arrived on Friday's boat and is visiting with Mrs. T. W. Kerr.
Good horses are in demand at
high prices. Any "old skate"
bringing a good figure as well.
J. W. Rudd was around again
this week after as attack of that
frrrible gritpe-
A very pleasant evening was
���pent at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. fc. -Smith, Thursday.
If yon are looking for pasture
land, we would draw your attention
lo the adva on the fourth page.
W. Blair, of the firm of Blair &
fi addon, general merchants, of
Cloverda-ie, was in town, Sunday.
*, W. W, Reid arrived bome
from Europe en Friday, March i>,
after an absentee* ef several months.
Mr. Cooper, representing the firm
of Douglas & Kelly, of Vancouver,
was in Ladner, yesterday, on business.  .
Little Johnny Brandrith has
improved so well with his broken
arm that he ha* started for school
again.
Wc are pleased to be able to state
that Mrs. J. A. Logan is getting
along nicely after her painful accident of last week.
We are open to purchase Fresh
Eggs, Dressed Poultry, Hay, Graia
and Shallots for cask. Write us-
W. T. HEDDLBfcCOs. Nanalmo,
B.C.
24- Acres of
Pasture Land
MR. H. N, RICH has received
instructions from tbe Delta Agricultural Society
To Let by Auction
on the premises, on Thursday, 31st
March, 1904, at 2 o'clock, the 24
acre* of land owned by the Society,
for one year, from April 1, 1904.
Conditions at the time of sale.
Terms cash oh the fall of hammer.
For Sale.
Sixty-eight acres of good farming
land in Delta, dtt River road, 6 miles
from Westminster; 55 acres cleared
and underdrained, balance easy to
clear; barn 60x40, dwelling and
other building; school, P. O. and
wharf within % -mile. Address
"A," THIS OFFICE.
McRAE & Co
1
NEW WESTniNSTER. l��. C.
A full line of English and Irish
Tweeds and Fancy Trouserings always kept in stock.
W.   J.   Brandrith
Ga Ta BAKER
.FLEURY CUTTERS .AND FULPERS,
EASY RAPID GRINDERS,
GENERAL CARRIAGE MAKING,
.ADAMS' WAGONS, ETC.
Agent for T. J. TRAPP & CO.
CAN DO BETTER
YOU	
at tbe People's Grocery
We Want your Business and it will be to Your
Interest to Give It To Us. "VVE WILL
TREAT YOU RIGHT, and Our Prices as
well as Quality is Guaranteed.
TRY US,
C A. Welsh
���M
Call and See
Talk with
Miss Florence Kirkland is under
the careful attendance of Dr. Wood-
ley, suffering from a rundown system, brought on by over-study/
Rev. J. V. Bowefl, of Cottttfrtrian
College, coot fixe berth services at
tfcfl* Methodist Chtttrch here on Sunday. Thei.it wis uot a large attendance, but those* who absented them-
HefVes* missed Sn opportunity not to
U recalled.
th yon sett your produce aad get
ydttr money for H in British Colum-
tt��? if ��o, wtty send ont Of the
fkrtfjrtoy for ySur surds', 1*rees
Md plants wheu you can get
thelfi et cheap or cheaper from
Henry's nurseries.
Mr. T, J. Cox, of Minion City,
brother-in-law of R. C. Abbott, of
the creamery, was in the Delta this
week combining business with
pleasure/
I   in.il llliW     Ii     -s-MMWs.
Miss Stokes has been at Kamloops for the last two or three
weeks visiting her sister, Mrs. G.
), Dowding, wbo was very sick.
We arc pleased to leafa that she is
improving.
���mm     mn ���11 .ii  1   ii '���
Tbe steamer Dunsmir left yesterday with m full cargo of bay tor
Nanaimo, and aamcrou* ether
Smaller craft and scows arc taking
loads of hay to Vancouver and
point* up th* coast.
At Home.
Mrs. Alexander Davie will be At
His Catalogue [Home to her friends Tuesday and
j^la ye* hS** ����� do **���  Yo"tt "press'Wednesday, April 5th and 6th,
New Westminster, B.C.
If You Want
Fire Insurance,
Life Insurance,
Accident Insurance,
Health Insurance,
A Loan,
To Buy a Farm,
To Buy a Home.
Our Steel Frame
Yankee Gates
4-ft. For 14-ft. Opening, $8.50
4-ft. For 16-ft. Opening, $9.60
I     C    WinP    WESTHAM STREET,
J.   Ks*   W AUC, LADNER, B. C.
Notaries Public, Real Estate,   Financial and
Insurance Agents.
New Westminster, B. C.
the Delta times, Ladner
Seed Oats.
A few tons of the BEST MILLING OATS on Delta.
No weed seed; no black oats.
Grown on new land.
Inquire of
A. e��R. TAYLOR.
Strayed
On to my premises, about throe
months since, a Light Red Cow.
Owner nfay have safae by paving
expenses.
d McGregor,
.Ladfier, B. C.

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