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THE PROSPECTOR.
Vol. 6. No. 10.
LILLOOET, B.C., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1903.
$1.00 a year.
TABLE OF PROVINCIAL NOMINATIONS
DISTRICTS       No.
Atli.i	
Alberni	
Cran brook.
Cariboo...
CONSERVATIVE,
Chilliwack	
Columbia	
Comox	
Cowichan	
Delta	
Dewdney	
Esquiinault	
Fernie	
Grand Forks	
Greenwood	
Islands	
Kamloops	
Knslo	
Lillooet	
Nanaimo	
Nelson	
Newcastle	
Ncw Westminster.
Ukanagan ....
Revelstoke	
Richmond.........
Rossland.	
Saanich....	
Similkameen	
Skeena	
Slocan 	
Vancouver	
Victoria.
I Dr. ITS, Yonng.
II R.J. Hickey ...
ll'I'oni Cavin	
W, Adams	
S. A. Rogers....
I.L. Atkinson...
LIBERAL.
jas  Kirkland	
WAV.H. Mclnnes.
Dr.   King 	
II. Jen s	
Murphy	
C. W. Munro	
E.M. Skinner...
W.I I   Ladner...
Richard McBride.
I CE. Pooley	
i	
Geo. II, Fiaser..
John Houston.
Trice Ellison
T. Taylor	
Yale....
Ymir "
K.J. Fulton....
A. MacDonald.
E.W.  Shatford....
C.W.D. Clifford...
W Hunter 	
R.G. Tatlow......
Chas. Wilson	
J.F. Garden	
A. I LB. McGowan.
\V. J   Bowser	
A.E. Mel'hiWpps..
Chas. Hay ward	
H.D. Helmcken...
Joseph Hunter 	
I T.G.McManamen.
iillarry Wright	
F. Mcll. Young	
J. N. Evans	
John Oliver	
W   Forrester	
John Jardine	
E.C. Smilh 	
Neil McCallum	
f.K. BrcvVn...	
T.W. Patterson	
F,|   Deane	
J. t. Retallick ....
McPherson  .. (Soc.)
J.Uiordan (Soc.)
S.S. Taylor	
VV.J. Stifling ...
WJ, Snodgrass	
I*. Herman  ......
R.A. Bradshaw	
Jos. Mariin	
\V. D. Brydonjack.
T.S. Baxter	
I.D.Turnbull	
Clarence Monck...
R L. Drury  	
W.'G. Cameron	
f. D. McNiven....
Ri hard Hall	
S. Henderson	
Alfred Parr    '.	
MISCELLANEOUS
T. Gilford.... (Ind.(
j.W. Bennet.. (SoC.j
A R. Stel.liins
J.J. .Mortimer
A.G. Perry . .
F Williams..
L MacLaren.
JVC. Walters.
(Soc)
.(Sor.)
i Lab.)
(Lab.)
(Lab.)
. (Sue.)
POLITICAL 1TEHS
Next.Sntunlay will record the
inline of British Columbia's first
party government. . ,
The battle in Cariboo is waxing
hot, and up to the present both
parties have had about equal encouragement from the electors.
Mr. John L. Iletallack, of Knslo, ha? to combat the report thnt
on the toni'th of July 1899 hede.
i. la red on oath his intention to become un American citizen.
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' Despite the number of opponents of socialism in Vancouver,
the two socialistic cardidates
there expect to win.   .
The Liberal candidate of Slocan having retired the choice now
lies between the Labor and Conservative candidates.
The personal popularity of S.
Henderson iu West Ynle is telling
strongly in his favor at points a-
wuy from the railway.
The reports from Kamloops are
conflicting. The reports in the
local papers nre so biassed that
the reader on scanning both papers imagines there have beeu two
meetings wheu there has been ouly one.
War Must Come
The feeling in official circles is
that war between Bulgaria and
Turkey is inevitable. Popular
feeling is becoming more excited,
nnd the massacre of women and
children by Turks is being met by
retaliatory measures. Tlie whole
Russian Black sea .fleet is kept on
a war footing in readiness for eventualities.
Reciprocity
The Committee on Resolutions
of the Farmers' National Congress iu their sessions at Niagara
this week were strongly in favor
of reciprocity wilh Cunnda..   '
BREACH OF PROMISE.
Mary E. Krisbner, of Preston,
Ont., wns, on Sept. 23rd, awarded judgment of #4,000 and costs
against Milton Bicker, a young
farmer in a suit of breach of promise to marry. '
WANTKD-8EVERAI. PERSONS OF Oil Alt-
ucler and good reputation In each stale (ono
In this comity required) lo represent and advertise old established wealthy business house
of solid financial Btitnding. Salary $'21,00 weekly with expenses additional, all payable in
cash direct each Wednesday from head oltlccs.
Horse and carriage furnished when necessary,
References.   Enclose self-add res ed envelope.
Colonial, 382, Dearborn St. Chicago.
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A LEGACY TO CANADA
THE   PRESENT   ALASKA    BOUNDARY
DISPUTE OF LONG STANDING.
A. Q. Taylor is iu town from
the Lorne mine.
—00—
W. Elliott and others are down
from the Anderson Lake mines.
—oo—
John Miller, one of Lillooet's
old-timers, is very ill.
—oo—
R. dimming, of Pavilion, is visiting friends at tlie (.'oast.
—O'l—
A. W. Smith, who has been on
a business trip lo Victoria, returned home last Saturday.
Mr. Ilurkliolder, of Hamilton,
came in on the I..X. stage hist
Monthly. >■
—oil—
Government Agent Phair returned from his official I rip up
the Cariboo Bond this week.
—oo —
Mr. Gethman reiurned to Lillooet last Monday from Iowa.
Ile was accompanied by oue of
his daughters.
— o—
The Court of Azziz*, which was
announced to lake place at Clinton tin Oct. 1st,has been pospon-
ed until Oct. 21st.
—OO—
VV. Miller and family have moved out to the Seton Lake Hatchery for the winter. Mr. Miller will
assist iu the Hatchery during the
winter.
—oo—
A consign ment of fruit from the
Dunlop and Santini orchards has
been sent to the New Westminster exhibition.
—oo—
A number of sockeye are report
ed to be running iu the creek this
week. The supply, while not sufficient to suit the capacity of the
halchery, is much lietler than it
was expected some time ago.
Messrs Shirk and Edwards, who
returned from their hunting expedition the beginning of the
week, had some fine trophies of
the chase. Frank Gott acted as
guide.
—oo—
School Inspector Gordon was
iu'town this week. There will he
an additional teacher seat to the
t mvii school as soon i\H one can
bo procured, also one for the i»a-
chelqua neighborhood.
How the DiHpute Originally Arare-Wlmt
1* the Count '/-Determination uf the
Line Ii a Legal Question—Lavr and
Usage—The Area lu IHnpute—< anaila's
Chief Contention la for au Outlet to
the Sea.
Neither Canada nor the- United
States can claim to be an original
party to the Alaskan dispute wnich
is at last to go to a sort of arbitration. Uncle Sam bough 1 his share
of the contention from liu_sia: Canada received its portion as a legacy
which Bri.i.sh Columbia had inherited from British Governments.
How the Dispute Arose.
The boundary dispute takes us a
long way buck. One hundred and
sixty-two j ears ago a Russian explorer named Behring accomplished a
feat to whi.h we now owe the present problem, lie led an expedition
to the northeastern extremity of
JSibei ia, crossed a narrow strait,
which he named the Betiring Strait,
and icached the Continent of America at the north-westeily extremity,
.'his new country he named Al-ak-
shak, or ''mainland," and that word
has been corrupted into Alaska.
Belli ing was followed by fur hunters,
who found abundance of sea otter,
seal, and beaver. After these came
the great Russian-American i'ur
Company, the othcers of which for
63 years were the lords of the Nortli
in that part of the world.
Meanwhile the British had invaded
the district from the east, and were-
exploring i;n:l occupying tne country
through i ; agency of the North-
"Uest iTiu.i -._,■ company, wnoi.e operations extended from the Arctic
Ocean to tha Gulf of California, i.
soon Le'ume necessary for Grea.
Britain and Russia to lix the limits
Oi ihei. ie.pe.ti.e territories, which
they attempted to do oy tne '..realy
of l8_o. Ihis treaty is ihe bus*s ol'
the present controversy. Its alleged
inaccuracies nnd nmbiguitus have
kept the boundary question unsettled
du.ing more than three-quarters of a
i.entury. Jn 1867 when thc United
Stutes bought Alaska from Russia
for $7,200,000, the Russian side of
the controversy passed over to the
Republic, and the same year saw the
birth of thc Dominion of Canada,
Which eventually took over the British side of the case.
What Is the Coast ?
Many interesting points have been
ruised In connection with this particular treaty, but the most important,
so far as the boundary is concerned,
is "What constitutes the const of the
the ocean?" Under article 111. the
boundary line was to follow the
summit of the mountains situated
parallel to the coast. By article IV.
it was provided that wherever the
mountains were more than ten
leuguea (30 miles) from the coast
the boundary shall follow tho windings of the coast, but never exceeding ten leagues therefrom. Now several questions arise in this connection. Does the coast constitute the
outer flingo if islands or does it he-
gin with the mainland? If it is con-
lined to the mainland, docs the coast
follow all the bays and inlels io
their head oven when that would curry the boundary far beyond t he
range of mountains? II it. does,
some very remarkable, results nre
obtained. The Lynn Cnnal, which
at its widest outlet i.s only four
miles and three-quarters wide, would
carry the boundary 70 miles Inland,
und then 30 miles beyond tldul wnt-
c"". Anotfsr lr.W_, G'sicl.r ~~ay, m
only *._»<-._» u.4 . J_?y at£&> _.__# *&•
territorial limits originally claimed,
less the important'IcoikoskI mis made
in the new arrangement. Al-ogeCier
the territory and inland water i;i iii -
pute is. about 320 miles from noitli
to south, and 14 to 70 miles wide,
It is a territory which is sp.i.l tj Lo
rich in gel J deposits. Jt has very
valuable fishing grounds.
Mlui ll ..leuiM t«> Vn.
But still more important is the
fact that, according to the Uiiie.
States contention, it bars the Way
between the Canadian Vukon and
the se.i. This renders it postiuie for
the United Statin to control tin-
natural entrance to Canada's iiu-
portai.t sold lkl-s. We ha\e now
in that far-off country, dose to tl.e
Arctic Circle, a city in which t\vil\e
millions of Canadian ca| ital ha\»
lean invested. Dawson ti.y is now
a fixture, with all the adjuncts of a
growing p;e ropolli. Us trade uml
that. of the sun ouin'.ing country,
whi.h is serviceable for agi ieulture
ns well as miri'iv, has to go throtig!.
Uni'.el States c.iannei. , and, to le
subjected ;,to all the iiic.ip\enience^
and expenses, of passing thru ugh u
foreign country. In a n.i itary sense
the situation is embarras ing.
Uncle Sain hiss sought to corral
the Canadian _ ukon, and, now he
'has submiited hi.s case to arbitration on terms however that are not
above tritici'in..
I    l.i s
hiis   .Vim
f Madame Alouni tlye wus a gro.it
sitlgtr'.  the i., s ill  u .   m ski..n,
de.t.ieil to ti.e u|.i ^ ono ag-
g.i.n.i ement of her ur.. So trie is
the i station of her uitistic feeling
ti.. C .-.he does not hesitate to bring
iii her tain voiles wnich arc fie.n
and ful , clear; end trie, without one
thoiigut that.Uey may fuiitifh a
contrast to her own—a coi.tran
which would be avoided by a woman
of less great iibre than the prima
donna, whose modest demeanor hes
endeared lur to thousands of t'icse
struggling in the musical profc siou.
The c is, nn ch concerni* g t'e li'e
of Albani which has never been published, and wi.) no ver be published,
which would provo of great interest
to Canadians. Possibly no artist,
has ever Obtained such a wot ld-wiilc
reputation as Albani for qualit ei
which have niade her the pride of Uio
race fi'oin which she sprung. The fact
that kho took the name of Albany,
Irom which city in thc Unite:! States
she recoi'.ed her first seiious ni-J in
her subsequent career, points to tho
fact that gratitude is ore of her
many virtues. This ought to he a
lesson to Canadians to I ivp a lookout for all possible means of helping
their native-born artists in thc future, sa\s The Toronto News. But
the one most chd.iniing aspect of Albani si character is the ritniiUon of
that modesty of demeanor which he.'
conventual trui :ing hud so thol'O'.igh?-
lv instilled, tine cannot be in her
presence for any time without recog-
ni ing that, gieat as is the arlht,
the strength of h >r honest womanly
attributes i* groctir. She has cor.ied
unsullied, through all the dillicult h-a
of a long musical career ninl tl roVgh
nil the emotional pilfal's which surround tho artist in grand opera, the
reputation of thut ex .'lent typo of
Uren-li-l'iniadian woman who is ii]>-
tight in every action of her private
and publi • life, without n taint of
prudery o,r luiritauisin. who. has all
the t'.icl end finesse ncccpsary to
innki' hi i- a wel.'onn' guest ill social
gatherings in every part of thi*
world, and who yrt carries une'er her
c'oak of spnntatiioty anil gaiety the
veritable chum nrnu r of the self-respecting,   si irittially-minded   woman. THE   PKOSPECTOtt, IALLOOKT, B.C., SEPTEMBER ~_6, 1903.
THE  PROSPECTOR.
PUBLISH lill   I.Vl'.KY    SATI IKl.AY
AT I.II.I.OOl.l'   11.G. |
BY THU ni KI'K  r m I'lUll.l.sill.Mi  COMPANY.
I UK PKOSI'KC I OK is the only paper published In the l.llloiiet Diatrict, and Is all home
Printed.
Siiliscii|iiinii~: One Dolliir.-i veilr in iiilviiiii'i'.
Ailverliyini. I'aien iinitle kinui n i|i|illcniliiii. ]
Con.xpohilull-'. Is inviii'il mi idl innllei'9 nf
I'll01 lu or local inleicst.    All i oniiiliillii'-lloils
must  lie  iiccoiii|,Hiiieil   l.y   Iliu   nun f    III"
writer, but not nui'o.siii-ll\ fnr imhll.nlioii.
Notes
Several illiiNl,niliMlsii|»|tl<MiM'iil.s
of »i high orderofnieril liti.v._ been
.spued by the provincial [iiijhm of j
lute, ll.it) moMfc noliMvoilhy Ueinti*
from the offices of Ilu: Viclori.i
Colon int, anil the Ki..inloo|»i.
Sliindiird. The Colonisli preHe'its
ils ientlei'8 with views of some of
the finest of that fail* city's rcsi-
(fences, while the Sl.niidi.rd illns-j
brates the resources of Kamloops
anil vicinity.
The Vancouver News-Advertiser
recently i Inslrubed the Vancouver
Brewery Works, but, as if repenting of its action in giving prominence to a "distilled damnation''I
enterprise, it follows the illustrate
ions with a strong article giving;
evidence   to   show "the  extraordinary extent to which drunk-'
eniless h.-is undermined the social}
physict'! and mom I welfare of the,
people." This is hardly fair on
the brewery company, while it
cnsts reflections on t'ie ideals of
a newspaper, when, printed side
by side with mi article on therav-
ngesof drink, there ure commendatory words for the liquor business ending with the watchword:
"Go on nnd Prosper.
As the mining season draws to
a close local mining men are reviewing the operations of the
Inst few months.
Operations in the Bridge Uiver
country have beeu carried on iu
an unostentatious way. Systematic development of the Bend
'Or. Lorne, Pioneer, and other
properties is being pushed, and
with the more thorough development of resources, and improved
facilities for travel, that section
will give a good account of itself.
The Anderson Lake mines have
been operated during the whole
season with encouraging results,
the last monthly clean-up being
I he largest of the season.
The placer enterprise at North
Fork, like those ir Cariboo and
other sections, has suffered from
scarcity of water, yet had the
new machinery now on its way
to the mine, arrived earlier,
a, better season's work would,
donutleSN, have been effected.
.Special interest in now being
cent red iu the new gold dredge
thnt is Hearing completion, and
which is regarded as one of the
most complete machines of its
kind iu the gold-dredging industry. The success of the DeSoto
dredge at Nome shows the possibilities of well-directed enterprise
along this line.
The political pots throughout
the Province are boiling. To read
tlie party papers one might conclude that ail the leaders iu political affairs a re knaves and fools.
Surely some more excellent way
might be devised lo win popular
support.
We would call special attention
to our new club rates on the 3rd
page of this issue. The world's
news cannot be offered at better
rates. Let us hear from you.
QUESTION!
Why DRINK?
What has it ever dune for you but harm?
TRY LIFE AGAIN now without it.
THERE IS A WAY now of making
resolutions that keep; that cannot help but keep.
*■     *      yu
Mficon   drinkers ci'ijui),   Easily, Safely, Abeolut.ly.
at homu.   Willi no loss of Time or Labor.
There is an enlightened aid now whii-li takes I10M of a man instantly.
1 intern) of (lulling- a drinker it itives him almost immediately tiie si.ap of
new life and powei -lets the . iinlitrlit of hope into hi? eon I at once and
sets his mind into operation with all its be~t intelligence — a prompt re-
.ult, of effects on the nerves, sti inarli and whole body which are-junk
nnd marvelous. While at this point tbe cure has only hejjnn, (be encouragement i. eo great that piobably no medical woik equals litis in
en!infliction to a patient.
WiUi ibis help Against tbe drink habit any man wbo wants to lift from
liis life the lit.itdiu.ip of liquor using ran do eo wfth immediate re.ulis.
Tfiis guaranteed treatment is within reach of all. Convenient terms can
he arranged .Mit-factory to any one wbo is at all rea-onable, thouuh, as
all people nnderelf.nd.it does rot compare with tbe woiihleee quack
cuies advertised at so much per packaae, or "Free", etc. Il i. a different
matter from all this to perfect a couree of thorough, epecial, personal
treatment that will really do Ibe work and cure forever. It is a .erioiis
undertaking and requites a high form of .cientific professional w irk. All
the different kinds ol cases are h milled under guaranteed results. Only
•kill that is develop!.d to the highest cau do it. Only professional fees
nan pay for the time it requires, though they are made moderate and convenient for anybody. The nethodsof practice used in tbis work has cost
years of lime, vast study and expensive experiments. The originator, Dr.
Wi'liam IT. Saunders, had attracted wide notice for his works on Nervous
diseases long before perfecting this treatment. Ami still nothing but care
and personal attention to cases today make. it possible fo- liim to accomplish the absolire cures which be guarantees. So the reader will see
this treatment means lhorou_.li scientific, profeseioiinl attention. lint it
also means results that are absolutely certain. Tne splendid fir.t effects
on a man are alone worth the entire cost of treatment.
This treatment can be given WITH or WITHOUT the knowledge of
Ihe padent and can be placed in any of bis foods or liquid, lhat be ntee,
and being colorless and ta«tel«ss, it does its work so silently and quickly
that the drunkard is reclaimed even again, t his will and wi bout bis
knowledge and co-operation. Tl.e wife mated for years to a husband addicted to this curse will wonder if curing her husband by her own effort.*"
can be true. "Is it possible tbat tbere is such a glorious opportunity?"
>ho will ask. And thousands of wives who have put it to the lest an-l le-
j -ice in the reclamation of :h«ir spouses who seemed lost to all sense of
self respect, generosity aud manliness will trumpet out. to the world,
" Yes, if is true". Onr treatment is pnrelv vegetable, contains no narcot-.
ics, opiates, poisons or mineial.. We u- e no hypodermic Injection of gold,
nor any dangerous compound. It can be taken at b une without any loss
or detention from bu«iness. It, stimulates tbe nervous system at once,
increases (be appetite, and afford, perfect rest at. night. It acts direc ly
upon the stomach, builds up th<. whole system, eliminates all trice of liquor from thc body and leaves the patient in the same condition as if liquor
had never beeu taken.
RKME.V~~.ER WE WANT TO CURE THE WORST CASKS, especially
those who have b«-en deceived by worthless remedies. 11" yonr friend or
husband is the worst case in the community, we are more anxious lo cure
him.   Read the following:
St. John's School, Okla., Aug. 18th, 1902.
Dr. W.H. Saunders & Co.,
Dear Sire:— I have just returned after a long absence, and feel it my
duty to write you concerning my two patients. One of them F.R..., gave
up the treatment nfter about two weeks. Tne other, Win. C..., continued
lo take the treatment faithfully, and be bas been able to refuss whi-ky a
hundred times and does not craye it at, all. For nine years he has been
away from bis parents and never during that lime has he been able to
keep away from home long enough to vieit borne. He is now visiting bis
homo iu Cleveland, Ohio, and I expect hi*.!', back In a few davs. When be
left he promised he would not touch v. Iii~ky while away. I trust he will
keep bis good resolution. Kindly let me have a few pamphlets for distribution. There are a few cases I would like to get for your treatment.
W.shiugyou success, lam
Very truly yours.
Sister Superior.
S*-. Jihn's School, Gray Horse, Okla., Sept. 27,1902.
Dr. W. II. .Saunders,
Dear Sir:— Your letter received and contents noted. Mypalient
returned nfter visiting home, and bas not touched whis ry. I am so glad
that be took your treatment ami bis mother is simply delighted to think
tint he does not di ink. The change worked in this man has attracted the
attention of everyone,   lam
Very respectfully,
Sister Superior,
St. John's School, Gray Horse, Okl.i., Ddc. 28. 1902
Dr. W.  II, S.tinders.
Dear Sir:- t wrote vou some time ago about publishing my letters.
I hedtated hoc«ii»e they were written in baste, and I doubt if they are
tit to pu'ilish. It is a debt of gratitude on my part and if tbe letters will
benefit von in any way, make use nf them. I; is the only means I bave
to mike iny return for your kin Iness. Tnis I ask—leave out my name,
and siiuplv sign, Sister Superior, and of course omit Die name of the patients.   Mr. (3 is doing well.   He does not crave whiskey at all.
With best wishes of the season,
I am, very truly yours,
Sister Superior.
Polvadera, New Mexico, Dec. llih, 1901
Dr. Vt .II. s Hinders & Oo.,
Gentlemen :—I have taken yonr medicine
for the liquor habit, which wqs recommended to ine by a friend in my
town. 1 only took one month's treitm nt which completely cured me.
I bave no de*-ire to drink any more. I suffered for yeifs with this curse.
Mease accept my tnanks for tbe treatment. Rest assured that I shall recommend your treatment to everyone in need of same.
I am, very truly yours,
Cal let ano Garcia.
WE HAVE BEEN, and are, curing thousands and we have hundreds
of testimonials on file speaking of lhe. « wonderful cnres WE WILL
PAY *r»00 I'OR ANY CASE THAT WE CANNOT CURE. Write at once
for particulars and save the downfallen. All correspondence ie held sac-
re lly confidential. No names of patients published without their written
consent.   Consultation FREE.   All correspondence without marks.
FREE BOOK.    Dr. S.iundere latest treatise on the causes, various
types, nnd successful treatment of the liquor habit—'"A O0RSE AND
ITS CURE.'*—mallei  freefora2c. stamp.
Address,
Dr. W.H. Saunders & Co.
Dept. B. 1457,
Englewood Station.
Chicago, III.
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Lot tho GOLD DUST twins do your work."
Snow white clothes ere the result of using
GOLD DUST
It  makes light  the labors of  washing.    Turns
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NtolVVilVJ. PLATFORM
llie following phi I form  wns ;i-
'1)1 ed niuiniinoihslv hy the Rev-
l-oke (Conventionon September
th, 1{)()2:
-"Thnt this Convention  ie-
irnis tiie policy of llie 1'nrty in
(jittery of I'rovincinl ronds nnd
kiils; the owiieislii|)iind control
[rnilwnys nnd the developinenl
the ngricnitiirnl resources of
I'rovinee, ns laid down in the
In I form adopted in October
$99. which is ns follows:
.'To actively aid in the construe!ion of
kils throughout the I'rpyjnce and the
gilding of Piovincial Trunk roads of
i blio necessity.
"To adopt the principle of Govern-
ent ownership of railways in eo far as
ie circumstances of the Province will
linit. ami to adopt the  principle that
bonus should be granted to any rail-
liy company which does, not (live the
overnment of Ilia l'roviiire control of
jteeover HneB bonueed, together with
.re option of purchase.
"To actively assist by State aid in the
pvelopment of the agricultuialresourc
i of the Province."
'2—That in  the meantime and until
Iie Railway policy above set forth can
e accomplished, a genera' Railway Ac>
e passed, giving freedom  to construct
ill ways nnder certain approved rcgula-
ponp, analagbus to the system that has
.suited in such ex'ensive railway construction in the United States, with so
mob advantage to trade andcommeice.
3—That to encourage '.he mining industry,- the   taxation  of   metalliferous
Jiiinis should be on the basis of a percen-
j>f the net profile.
4—That the Government ownership ol
telephone systems should be brought
about.a. a first step in ilie. acquisition
!>f public utilities.    ,...,
5—That a portion of every coal area to
Rie hereafter disposed of/ilfdui.l  be re-f
[served from sale or lease, so that state-
jwncd mines may  easily be aecesi-ible,
(if their operation become necessary or
advisable.
6—That in the pulp land leases pro-
Viaion should be made for reforesting
and that steps should be taken for the
general preservation of forests hy guarding against the wasteful destitution of
timber. ; ,-,
-That the Legislature and-govern-
' ment of the Province -should p. r.'evere
|iu Ihe effort to secure the exclusion of
, Asiatic labir..
8—Tnat the matter of better subsidies
and appropriations for B.C. he vigorously prested upon the Dominion Government.
9—That the silver lead industries be
fostered by the imposition of increased
Customs duties on lead and lead products | m por I el into Canada.
10—Tnat arrangements be made for an
amicable adjustment of the relations between employeis and employed.
11—-That it is advisable to foster the
manufacture of the raw products of the
province within the Province as far as
practicable by means of taxation on the
said raw products subject to rebate ot
the same in whole or iu part when manufactured in British Columbia.
Lillooet District
is
'Attracting. Attention
on account of
i. Its Fraser River Placers.    -^^_H>
As far back as the. year 1858, successful placer mining was carried on at Horse ]jee.
bar, near the town of Lillooet. The adjoining ground is being worked with profit al
the present time.
A company is now working a gold dredger on the Fraser, with gratifying success, and
a new company has been formed with a capital of $350,000, to operate an improved
dredge near the town of lillooet.
2. Its Promising; Mineral Lands.
andi-I-Son lake and lMtiDCiE itivEU mining properties will prove themselves sullicient to
form -a*'prosperous camp. Yet. there are miles of territory that remain unprospected.
3. Its Fishing and Hunting Grounds
Increasing numbers, of tourists from all parts of the globe testify that the sportsman's
Paradise is here. Mountain sheep, bear, deer, and all kinds of large and small game
abound.'   A.tglers find the lusty trout where least expected, and fresh salmon cease to
be a luxury. '.'.'.,..
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"4. Its Salubrious Climate.
In the dry belt, and at an altitude that renders the seasons temperate and e.'iiable.
the climate is.most, suitable for health-seekers. Semi-tropical fruit may be grown, and
at the present time, November, rosebushes and geranium plants may ba seen iu bio mi
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:  Nearest! Rail way towns are ashcuoft and lytton, on the cana dian pacific iuh.way.
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UTILIZING WAS I r-   FOR FU-.L.
These Coui I iiiiiin.   I hni-s slmulil l-.m-our-
liy;#* tllt» I si' uf lil'ifjii#-1 H*s.
Among- the several branihes of Gorman indust y which do;ci'»o a, tuition
heause of thci;' economy, ilui.' re-
ron'iy oi' utilization if some raw
material which t\i.-*is unused, or le
cai.se they invol.e the most intelligent application ol s ieniiiic 1 now-
lodge to tcchnkal pro.esivs** may l.o
recKoned the manufacture of biia.uot-
tes from brown ciml, peat e.ud thp
dust and waste of coal mines. Canada i.s well pieptuvd l.y natire to 10-
e ihis   question to hi r    mat ji iul
;.ll .nlltuge.
iiriimetti s form ihe principal domestic fuel-of lii-rlin and other eitii's
and districts iii Germany; they uro
used for locomotive und * t er .'team
filing, and aie euiployod for heating
in various pro cs*es of nii'.nt.fi dure.
For all these usjs they havo tlrje
tangible advantages: They urcco-in
and convenient to handle; they light
easily and quickly, and burn with a
clear, intime Hume; v. lien, made of
lignite cr peat 'they burn pra li.'uly-
without smoke and ure withal tie
cheapest form of fuel, for most purposes, says Frank II. Mason in C'as-
sier's Magazine for January.
J.ike. most other, important 'Gorman
industries, tlie bi iqu.i tie manuf. cturo
is controlled by a syndicate which
includes among its members th r y-
one firms and comptinios, or more
than nine-tenths cf all the produ ers
in Germany,- and regulates tlie output and prices for each year. From
the ofi'cinl repoi't of the syndicate for
1-9(11;, which has rccantly. appeared,
it i.s lo 1 rued thnt the to'ai output
during the year wis 1,566,385 t-ns.
to which is to I c added the j roduct
of makers' .outside the syndi-ute, consumed'nt works, small retail sales,
e'.c.. . muling a grand total of 1,-
6~::,4l.r. tons. „,
t m ed hardly bo said that the general use of biiquettes for domestic
fuel in a large, densely bi'i't t liy, as
well as for geheintihg stoam in a
num'v'- of *e - e ri • generating plants
am1 f t i; s, nrst ha*e a derided
a   d ilcinl   frifluen e    in reducing
;l*o -.•    -- t*.  whie1   in many pla e-■ lias
I   c  •      •'    t-   s' te t. and   apt revive
.  ..   i.      i' , ■ r t_,       , ,
i ,   tilt cmu.1i     a    busy
i•"  s as    ore of
.;; t in Furoi a.
S.iiM'liirhtR   in*       >• llliiis   in   Some
. .,". Sl.r.'s .mr is.
Two mem! e.s of i'ai'lianient have
quaint stories to tell of adventures in
Venezuela in .times past.
An honori.l.le baronet, while on a
vitit-to the Uepubliic, liad inlerviews
with certain members of the Government. 1 e dined with them in thc evening, and retired at a laU' hour. Ho
was awakened from his sleep by a
noise in his room, and saw. as ho
thought; one of his hosts disappear
through the bedroom window leading
to  the \erandnh.
Cond.iding 1h.it this was a polite
custom in the country, the visitor returned to sleep, but in the morning
he found his trousers upon tho floor,
their pickets turned inside out, liis
old-fashioned, highly decorated chain
purse was gone, but its contents were
on the ground. ]!is gold-edged cigar
rase and some gold charms attached
to  his fob had alsj vanished.
The Englishman went s mi^ht to
the seat of Government, and com-
11 lined to one of the;Ministers, who
expressed his dismay, and was thereupon informed that the person seen
in the room bore a resemblance t«
himself.
"Very strnnge," replied the Minister, 'for there i.s no one alive who
resembles ine."    ,
"In lhat case," rejoined his visitor. Hilly, "you should have no difficulty in securing the restoration of
my property,"
Later in tlie day the Englishman
disiovi red an anonymous package
upon his room table.. Opening the
cover ho found all the missing articles save tho gold-edged cigar case
and one of tho charms—a little goddess in diamonds und emeralds.
i.uIiIiv'h Experience.
Mr. Henry Lnboucherc went
througli a revolution in Venezuela
son.e years ugo.
"A buttle took place on the Plaza
one afternoon," said Mr. l.aboucbere
in toiling his story, "and 1 watched
it from a .crass hammock on tlie terrace in front of my hotel. Thc Gov-
irnment fore s were put to flight,
and I was ioined by my revolutionary fiiends keen from the fight.
Later one of the fallen Ministers
visited us and said ho could show us
where 250,000 silver dollars were
hidden. Tie was as good as his
woid, and patriotism being sunk by
my friends in obedience to the .-om-
foiting moral of the place. To kind
to oiirsilvis.' it was proposed to
di\ i le thc swag.
'*] said: 'No, don't do that; it
might offend the people. Elay for
it! Which wus agreed to. Tho Government nun was allowed to come
In and we played, and thc Government man won it all lo the last
dollar. So after all no harm, waa
done."—London   Mnil. ■
THE  ri.OSrrcOTO.!, LTLLOOET, B.C., SEPTEMBER 26,1903.
JUMPING,
One or tl • Ton.nt.  Globe'* Beet .Spoitin;
Art..•!«.*.
This form of sport, while not ao
attractive to the sj e?tutor as running, is ncvertl.o ess a \ery important e oil on overy aili.tr program, whether at tho big national
rhami ion.'-hij s or the small country
fairs.
There is no doubt that juiri] inj?
would I),' more popular than it in
if provision were made so that every
Spectator could p;.'t a good v iew o.
the contestants, but, as a rulo, tho e
is always u great number of offlcials
and hangors-oii standing around, this
spoi.ing any chance of sowing the
sport. Until this is remedied I don't
think if will ever amount to much as
a drawing card at  uny  meet.
To be a good jtimpe." iepiir. s a
lot of hard work and a certain
amount of cat-like spring. Not one
out of ten who go in for jumping
make anything like a success cut of
it for the reason thut it is so hard
und violent un exorcise. Let any person go out s une evening und try
the running broad jump several
times. They will find next day they
are sore in every joint and no doubt
would not try it again for any
amount. An athlete who follows
jumping must keep continually in
training, for if he does n< t he will
find he cannot do as good work when
it comes to a contest-
The events generally on a pro-
pram are the running broad jump,
standing jump, running high, standing high and hop, step and jump,
the last one, I think, being the hardest to get proficient at.
Of rou s> it is necessary to have
ti good pair of jumping shoes, with
oak tan soles fitted with steel spikes,
nix in frorit and two behind. They
should be made of calfskin and lace
to the t .es.
In practising for the standing jump
it is a good id. a to use weights at
first, say, about five pounds each,
toe tne mark and swing the arms
several times, throwing the weights
behind you as you leave the mark.
You can gradually decrease the
weights till you can jump without
them altogether. In making the
jump bring tha knees well up toward
the chin and do not drop them till
you have to. In this manner you
cover nice ground. Ten feet is a
gootl jump. Also try and bring both
heels together. If one is six inches
aheael the judge is sure to mark the
back  one.
The running broad and hop-step require that the athlete po'.e.-s some
sprinting ability, as it is necessary
to run a short way to get a good
send-olf. There is no regular mark
for this event, the judge merely
marking from whe e you step off.
The standing high and running high
have no regular method to go by, as
any way to get over the brr without
knocking it off counts, and I hai *
seen jumpers light on their hano.,
nnd sidis On the whole, jumping is
a bird game and requires a lot of
pluck and endurance.—Wm. Davine,
St. Thomas, in The Globe.
i oix'tnl Vm .
We could expel the Acar'inrs again,
the abstract Acadians, but we would
take abundant care that an exception
was made in the case of Evangeline
and Gabriel. For of that crowd ol
sensitive, pulsating life honied to
the ships these two stand out as the
only human I o rigs. The expulsion
of the Acadians has been justified by
"Mr. Turkman, and many a tendor
and troubled conscience will blest him
for the soothing peace he has
brought. The expulsion was nil
ri lit. It was just thc tiling. Hut
that refers only to Acadians In the
abstract.. .So long as our language
is spoken Evangeline and Gabriel
will be like the ghost of Buriquo at
the feust.    •
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given thai I shall, on
behalf ol ihe High liar band of Indians, apply
to lhe Commissioner of lhe Lillooel Dislricl
for permission to record two hundred inches
of water from Watson Bal Creek, at a point
above the Indian Reserve for domestic and
agricultural purposes.
E. BELL,
Indian Agent,
Clinton, B.C., Augusl 2S1I1, 1903.
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Jos. Watkinson, Vice-President
John _~l.ir~.li.ill.   Secretary.
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Including; llarlron, Cast Steel, Spring Steel, Tire Steel,
S.S. STEEL, TOE CALK STEEL
GAJTIER TOE CALK, HORSESHOE   IN IRON AND STEEL,
PENDER     ■■ .. HORSE NAILS,
CARRIAGE AND TIRE BOLTS,      SQUARE NUTS IN BLACK AND TAPPED
HORSE RASPS,   ETC.,   ETC..
Sole Agents For VALENTINE'S  High Grade ('AKUIA.'K VARNISH.
MAIL 0RI>l_|.,S It HOIS l VI-.0 (lit IMtO.MPT ATTENTION.
McLennan, McFeely & Co. Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Merchants
122 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B C.
mm.
Thl« In the Page RtaiHlnrileliivon bar wire foncn. Cloll. _»rlnt »li» *lot orlppWl-U^ei «ptho«laok
In rammer, does not beoome too tlRln In winter-regui|H'«i it» own tonHoti nil ih» time. Patto
uprights in one pieco stand a stniin of H») pounds. Comrao* upright, •slioad M ench bar break at DUO
ponnda.   P»gejate~, ornnmontal fences, pou'trt nettina, ar»atandnr4 thewiwlc] oTor
The Page Wire Fence Co., Liaitod, \fal_~erTllle, Ont.    St. John, N.B.  Montreal, P.Q. 12
E. Q. PRIOR & CO., General Agents, Victoria, Vancouver and Kamloops.
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