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 Vol. III.   No. 41.
PRINCETON, JAN. 17,  1903.
PRIOR'S   PLATFORM.
A recent issue of the Vancouver Province contains the following :—
Hon. Col E. G. Prior, Premier, accompanied by the Hon. W. W. B. Mclnnes,
Provincial Secretary and Minister of
Education, arrived in the city on Sunday
from Victoria. They are on their way to
Ashcroft, where they will spend the next
ten days attending to election matters in
that locality.
In an interview with a Province representative yesterday, Colonel Prior outlined the policy which will be pursued by
the government during the coming session of the Provincial House. Briefly
speaking this is as follows :
A more liberal policy to salmon can-
nerymen and the use of a number of
traps in Canadian waters in order to
pete successfully with American   sa
Restriction of Oriental immigration
and the re-enactment of acts dissallowed
by the Dominion   Government   last
Opposition to the granting of as
ance to a scheme of running aline of
railway to Port Simpson, which would
build up a rival city there at the expense
• of Vancouver, Victoria   and   other coasl
Liberal assistance in the way of grant;
of land to all new railroads that will
help materially in opening up the resources of the province. This to apply particularly to a railroad from Vancouver tc
thei
)rth.
An immedia
10 that that c<
:ented at the n
election in West Yale,
istituency will be repre-
st session of the  House,
DEWDNEY MAY RUN.
The following dispatch from Spen
Bridge is published by the Vancouver
Ledge :" It is rumored here that as a
result of the meeting at Lower Nicola,
reported some time since, a requisition
asking ex-Governor Dewdney to be a
candidate in the government's interest in
this riding will be circulated. This is a
rumor only and not given as authentic.
Should Mr. Dewdney enter the field, the
conflict between him and-Mr. Semlin
will be an exciting one."
The Inland Sentinel of Kamloops,
commenting on this says: " The rumour
- that Mr. Dewdney will be the government candidate in West Yale is, unlike
so many rumours, probably true. He
has served the Province in several capacities and his record is not unknown to
the people of Yale, though this is not
perhaps altogether an advantage to him.
Should he take the field he will be given
an interesting run-for his money—of that
he and his backers may rest assured.
The people of Similkameen have not yet
forgotten his famous report on the Hope
Mountain route of the Coast-Kootenay
railway, and they would not be likely to
vote as one man in his favor."
MEETING   OF   HEDLEY   TOWN-
SITE CO.
The first annual meeting of the Hedley
Townsite Co., Lt'd., was . held at Fair-
view, Dec. 20th, 1902.
Mr. Parkinson acted as chairman and
Mr. Shatford as secretary.
The following directors were elected
for the ensuing year: R.H.Parkinson
E. Bullock-Webster, C. E. Oliver, L. W.
Shatford and F. H. French.
The principal business transacted
the formal taking over of the property of!
the Hedley City Syndicate and the confirmation of the grant of a certain portion of Hedley townsite to M. K, Rodg
ers of the Nickel Plate mine, for the purpose of a mill site.
After the shareholders' meeting had
adjourned a directors' meeting was held,
at which the prices of lots was agreed
upon, and arrangements were made for
improving and grading the streets.
WILL NOT DISFRANCHISE WEST
YALE.
The Vancouver World savs: "The
Colonist assures the public that the -government will not endeavor to disfranchise West Yale or take any other than a
straightforward course in connection
with the election there. Then why the
undeniable juggling with the writ ? And
why are the dates of nomination and election not long ago announced, the proclamation making the writ returnable on
the 30th of this month ? The people of
West Yale will nevertheless receive .with
satisfaction the government's assurance,
via the Colonist, that Mr. Semlin will be
elected in time to take his seat at the
opening of the next session of the legis-
SLOWLY LEARNING.
Hon. Clifford Sifton says the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railroad need not expect
any land grant from the Dominion government. Something has been learned
since the days of the C. P. R., when it
was thought a small thing to give away
an empire in land and a mint in money
to bonus a railroad. Now another mint
will be given away to the new transcontinental giant, but the land will be
preserved to the people. In another decade commonsense will so far prevail as
to have all railroads built and owned by
and for the government. Canadians are
learning their lesson.-^Slocan Drill.
FAIRVIEW  MINING NEWS.
Will Sink 300 Feet on Morning Star
—Deepening Stemwinder Shaft
Late information from Fairview states
that a shaft is to be sunk 300 feet on the
Morning Star, not 100 feet as reported in
our last issue, says the Midway Dispatch.
The Morning Star group is stated to be
under bond to a New York syndicate,
among the members of which are Messrs.
E. L. Simpson, Jefferson Hogan and T.
A: Bell. The bond is reported to call
for an early commencement of development operations and payment for the
property is to be in instalments payable
at different periods during 12 months
from date, the total cash consideration
being'$25,ooo.
A beginning has been made to deepen
the main shaft on the New Fairview Corporation's Stemwinder mine, on the 300-
foot level of which drifting and stoping
were carried on for some time until the
recent temporary shut-down. Mean
While the completion of the cyanid*
plant is proceeding. With both the
Stemwinder and Morning Star at work
the outlook for Fairview camp will
regarded as more   encouraging   than for
THE  WATERLOO.
Charles H. Wolf, one of the directors
of the Waterloo mine in Camp McKinney, speaking recently of the condition
of the property, says :
" Since starting up work last October
we have opened a magnificent body of
ore on the 150-foot level. ' The vein is
fully four feet in width, and the values
are all that one could desire. The average values froni this level as obtained
from samples taken by our manager,
Dennis Clark, were $81.86 for the first
half of the drift and $90.95 for the last
half. The dump averages $59.12. Two
separate lots stored in the _bins at the
mill average $34-31 an(i Jap8--
." We will begin nerfwSek to sink the
shaft another 100 feet and open up the
250-foot level in order to get as much ore
in sight as possible by early spring,when
we expect to start up the mill."
FAILED TO SHOW UP.
According to late coast papers Premier
Prior and Provincial Secretary Mclnnes
left Victoria last week for West Yale to
size up the political situation. Princeton, as one of the most important points
in the constituency naturally expected a
visit from the honorable gentlemen, but
up to the time of jgoing to press they have
failed to put in an appearance.
Perhaps they learned all they wished
to know in Ashcroft, and have returned
to the capital sadder and wiser men.
LOCAL AND  PERSONAL.
F.   Wampole   returned   from    Nicola
Lake on Sunday last, ,-
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Johnson were  visitors from Hedley City early this week.
E. J. Dunsmoor went to Hedley City
early in the week to look after his business at that place.
Several members of the Princeton Ski
and Snowshoe Club took a run Sunday
night up the Similkameen.
C. O. French, who has been a resident
of Princeton \ for the past two years or
more, left on Sunday's stage for his old
home -at Pendleton, Oregon, where his-
wife and family still reside. He intends
returning in the course of a few months.   -
Messrs. Knight and Green left for Aspen Grove on the last stage. They intend examining some large groups of
copper properties for an eastern syndicate while -in that promising camp.
Princeton people will sorrow if "they"
never come back any more."
M. Foy and H. Harding of Nelson,
came up the river Monday from Hedley
City, and left the following Wednesday
for Copper Mountain, where they are interested in the Alice claim, adjoining the
Copper King.
Dell Stuart and A. H. Hart of the
Mammoth Lodes Mining Co., of Portland, Ore., returned Saturday from an
examination of the companiy's properties in Voigt Camp, Copper Mountain,
and left for home Sunday morning by
the outgoing stage. Mr. Stuart is editor
of The Pacific Miner, published at Portland in the interests of the mining in-
-dustry of the Pacific slope.
Mr. Jas. Sutherland, who has been
managing A. E. Howse's store here for
the past four months, leaves on Sunday's
stage for Victoria, where he goes to take
a position in Turner, Beeton & Co.'s
wholesale house. During his stav here,
Mr. Sutherland has made many friends'
who will regret to see him leave.
A sleigh load of merry makers left here
Friday morning to take in the dance at
Jack Thynne's on the evening of the
same day. D. Day was the driver and
his passengers were Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Aldous, Mrs. and Miss Minnie Haeger-
. Miss McLean, of Ashnola, Messrs.
E. J. Dunsmoor, C. Summers and Howard Aldous. Mr. and Mrs. Luke Gibson
left later in the day for the same destination. A number of visitors were also expected to be at Mr. Thynne's from Nicola
Lake and Aspen Grove.
 THE    SIMILKAMEEN    STAR
THE SIMILKAMEEN STAR
PRINCETON, B.
THE  PRINCETON  PUBLISHING CQ,
A. E. HOWSE,      -     Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION B
Payable Invariably ir
road that would make Port Simpson its terminus is short sighted,
and shows to what lengths the government is driven in its desire to
find a policy that will recommend
itself to the people of the coast
cities.
11 confer a favor on this office by
ing any change in address or
ceipt of their paper.
■tices jo and 5 cents per line.
11 cheques to be made payable
A. E. HOWSE.
PRIOR'S POLICY.
The long-awaited policy of the
Prior government has at last been
announced. The most important
plank in its platform is the opening
of new portions of the province by
railways, and the giving of generous aid to such lines in land and
subsidies ; a policy that will meet
the almost unanimous condemnation of press and people.
Incidentally the government favors the licensing of a number of]
fish traps in Canadian waters, the
bringing on of the West Yale election before the meeting of the legislature, and a revision of the taxes
on mining in such a way as to bear
less   heavily on   low-grade  mines.
It would be a cowardly trick for
the government to postpone the
West Yale election, and a sign ofl
weakness that would bring it into
the utmost disrepute.
The two per cent, tax has a bad
name and might possibly be changed to advantage, although the taxes collected under it are not excessive.
The government regards the
Coast-Kootenay railway as a grave
necessity, which the Premier says
'nust be built.   ',,-f ?'t$mc0l!?£}
The Colonel is a little behind the
times on the Coast-Kootenky'.'"
We are pleased to noter^jjssfe the
new government is opposed :to Oriental immigration, a matter on
which all parties in B.C. are now
a unit.
The attempt to play to Vancouver and Victoria   by opposing a rail-
REGRETS TO HEAR IT
Vice-President Morse of the
Grand Trunk Railway Co., is reported as saying that he regrets to
hear the Minister of the Interior
will not favor the giving of a land
bonus for their trans-continental
line.
Mr. Morse should not get discouraged until he has seen Col.
Prior. That gentleman evidently
believes that " the earth and the
fulness thereof" was created for the
express purpose of enriching railway companies.
It is difficult to see how the
Grand Trunk, or any other.company, for that matter, can well build
a trans-continental line without go
ing through British Columbia.
Our geographical position assures us of the road, as we bapfer.
to be between Eastern Canada and
the Pacific Ocean, and it would be
difficult to get around us. Argu-
ments-of this kind will no doubt
carry but little weight with the premier of this ill-starred province.
He is evidently determined to give
the country to a crowd of greed;
bonus seekers.
SCALE OF PRICES ON LEQAL NOTICES. ,
NOTICE.
NOTICE is herefly given that sixty days  from
date I will make   application   to  the Chief
Commissioner of" Lands and Works for pe—--
JAMES D'A
NOTICE.
Subscribe for the  Star, only $2
per annum.
NOTICE.
ional    Mineraf
:e no-ice that I, \v. f . McDougall, Free Min-
e^Fref Mi^er'-BCert2ficl|teaNoltBfM6rin
I'M.    Rcc j™S for cert,1!' V   ' t'  „',!, '
Hedley Meat Market,
CHAS. RICHTER, Manager.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
===HEATS===
Saddle Horses to All Points in the Simil-
PELLEW=HARVEY,
J!    BRYANT   &    OILMAN,
M PROVINCIATE!
ASSAVERS Li
THE VANCOUVER ASSAY  OFFICE,
ESTABLISHED 1890.
J Analysis of Coal and Fireclay a Specialty.
_jmplete Coking Quality Tests. |||[{
Reliable PLATINUM Assays.
agent for J.M. Sharp
J. Brewer, Free Mine
R.KINSON, P. L   !
NOTICE.
JSJOTICE is hereby i
sioner of Lands am
Nicola Section of Yal<
NOTICE.
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and V*
renewal of a Special Licence to cr '
ie following land, situated in the  <
NOTICE.
THIRTY days from date I intend to apply to j/
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works i^
for a license to prospect for coal on the following
described lands :—
Situated   about 7   miles west   from   Princeton
.-.-.RUBBER STAflPS.-.-.
Seals, Stencils, Price Markers, Printing Wheels, Numbering Machines,
Band Sating and Numbering Stamps,
Check Perforators, Rubber Type, Printing Presses, &c, &c,
FRANKLIN STAHP WORKS,
Vancouver, B. C.
corner post of L. 902 (my p
■ north 160 chains, thence w
south 160 chains, thence east
GEORGE McCTJLLOUGH.
Notice   of Forfeiture.
'o ALEXANDER ALLAN, of Rossland, B. C
If Hedley City, Free
d this 25th da^ of October.'
NOTICE.
the   Similkameen  Mining   Division of Yal
District.   Where located :—On Copper Mor
Take notice that I, S. R. Almond, for mysel:
nd as agent for James Snowden, Free Miner'
ertifleate No. B56489, Free Miner's Certificat
ro. B54414 intend, sixty da^from^thedateher<
at;s of Improvements, for the purpose of obtain
lg a Crown Grant of the above claims.
■fsuch  Certificate
h day of December, i<
NOTICE.
md further take :
'. GROVES, P.L.S.
Subscribe for the Star and get
the latest mining news—only $2;O0
per annum.
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For full   information   and   illustrated j
pamphlets, &c, apply   to   any C. P. R.
E. J. Coyle, A. G. P. A.,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
F. W. GROVES,
A. R. COLL., SC.  D.,
Civil and Mining Engineer
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR.
UNDERGROUND SURVEYS.
PRINCETON.     -    -     B. C.
A Strong
Combination.
Manitoba Hard Wheat
and the Lake of the
Woods   Milling  Co'y,
Combine to produce the finest grade
of flour on the market.
Try Best Patent Brand.
JAS. J. LOUTIT,   Agent,
 THE    SIMILKAMEEN     STAR
An Old Liberal's Opinion.
The Winnipeg Tribune, a staunch
Liberal paper of the old school,
throws some light on the recent
Yukon election in the following :
"In the Yukon, the expected—
-. onejj-nght almost say the inevitable
aT /-V, happened. The district,
,boWin its geographical and in its
social composition, affords unlimit
ed opportunities for the exercise of]
Siftouian election methods, and the
need for exercising them was desperate. Exposure' of ' the Yukon
j administration by a representative
from the Yukon had to be averted
at all costs, both by the minister
and by the Yukon grafters. Polling booths far away on lonely
creeks, a mining camp population,
an opposition without funds or organization—these afforded ample
scope for the work that was to be
done. Few people who understand the influences at work, doubt
| that no matter what the vote might
be, precious good care would be
taken that the returns would oe in
favor of the government candidate."
"We think the Sifton Yukon election management has been most
moderate. They at first took a" majority of only 40b. Finding, however, that there was no great public outcry, the majority has been increased to 800, 'with some places
3'et to hear from.' If no surprise is
expressed, the figures will be doubled, and the result heralded as a
great victory for and sweeping vindication of Saint Clifford. By all
means let the Yukon majority be
as large as possible."
Subscribe for the Star.
How He Brought Her Home.
A Cleveland man who seems to
think that home is the proper place
for a wife and mother took heroic
measures the other day for the purpose of putting his theory into practice, says the Chicago Record-Herald. After having written many
urgent letters to his wife, who had
been away visiting all summer and
who showed no inclination to return and plunge into the almost
riotous joys of domesticity—with
an empty coal bin and no girl—at
the place where she had left off early in the spring, he put a stamp upon a linen collar that he had worn
until it was far from immaculate,
addressed it to the lady and wrote
upon it the   following  message i-1-
"If you are not coming home,
please wash ■ this and return it at
once."
DRIARDHOTEL,
NICOLA LAKE,
Pat dropped everything and left
for the Cow and Pail for his three-
pennyworth of whiskey, when the
following conversation ensued between the landlady and himself:
Pat—This be good whiskey,
mum.
Lady—Yes, Pat. Can you guess
the age of it ?
Pat—No, mum.
Landlady—Well, it's thirty years
old.
Pat (eying the threepennyworth)
—Oim a thinkin' it be moighty
small for its age, mum.—Spare Moments.
Subscribe for the Star and get
the latest mining news—only $2.00
per annum.
The Hedley Townsite co*M
President-R. H. PARKINSON.
Secretary-Treasurer—L. W.  SHATFORD.
Lots are now on the market.    For terms and
prices, address the Secretary=Treasurer
L. W. SHATFORD,
Fairview, B. C.
J.A.SCHUBERT
HAS OPENED A BRANCH STORE AT
HEDLEY   CITY,
A Car of N. W. Oats and a Car of Columbia Milling Company's
Flour just arrived at Penticton.
Shingles and Builders' Supplies always on hand.
J. A. SCHUBERT.
The Hotel has been thoroughly renovated and refitted.
Everything First Class.
No pains spared to please the public.
Table supplied with best the market affords.
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
TELEPHONE' BATH.
Headquarters for Princeton, Spence's Bridge and Kamloops
Stage Lines.'
Subscribe for the STAR,
and get the Latest
flining News.
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
HEAD OFFICE—TORONTO.
PAID UP CAPITAL,    -     ■'*&££■■ \      $8,000,000
RESERVE FUND, 2,500,000
Aggregate Resources over $72,000,000.
HON. GEO. A.   COX—President.
B. E. WALKER, General Manager.    J. H. PLUMMER, Asst. Gen. Manager
LONDON 0FFICE-60 LOMBARD STREET, E. G.
Savings Bank Department.   Interest paid on minimum monthly balances
Gold  dust  purchased,  and  every   description   of   banking   business   transacted.
C. W. HALLAMORE,    -    Manager Kamloops Branch.
MURALO WALL FINISH.
This finish is more popular this year than
ever, and has won its popularity by its dura=
bility, pretty tints, and the easy mode of mix=
ing and applying. Put "up in 23 beautiful
shades and white. As your dealer for a
color card or send direct to
McLENNAN, JVlcFEELY & Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Hardware Merchants
VANCOUVER, B. C.
 THE    SIMILKAMEEN    STAR
Why Mountain Air is Healthful.
It is well known that the chemi
cal condition of the atmosphere differs but little, if any at all, wherever the sample is taken ; whether
it be in the high Alps or at the surface of the sea, the relations of oxygen to nitrogen and other constituents is the same. The favorable
effects, therefore, of a change ot air
are not to be explained by any difference in the proportion of its gaseous constituents. One important
difference, however, is the bacteriological one.
The air at high altitudes contains
no microbes, and is, in fact.sterile,
while near the ground, and some
ioo feet above it, microbes are
abundant. In the air of towns and
crowded places, not only does the
microbe impurity increase, but other impurities, such as the produc s
of combustion of coal, accrue also.
Several investigators have found
traces of hydrogen and certain
hydrocarbons in the air, and especially iu the air of the pine, oak
and birch forests. It is to these
bpdies, doubtless consisting of trac
es of essential oils, to which the
curative effects of certain health
sorts are ascribed.
Thus the locality of a fir forest is
said to give relief in diseases of the
respiratory tract. But all the same,
these traces of essential oils and aromatic products must be counted,
strictly speaking, as impurities,
since they are not apparently necessary constituents'of the air. As re
cent analyses have shown, these
bodies tend to disappear in the aii
as a higher altitude is reached, until they disappear altogether. It
would'seem, therefore, that .microbes, hydrocarbons and entities other than oxygen and nitrogen, and
perhaps we should add argon, are
only incidental to the neighborhood of human industry, animal
life, damp and vegetation.
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the latest mining news—only $2.00
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made in the Cullinary Department, and tables will be furn-
| ished with the best the market
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A Large and Complete Stock of
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ALWAYS ON HAND.
HERE IS THE PLACE TO BUY
Groceries,  Hardware, Clothing, Furnish*
ings, Boots and Shoes, Hats and
Caps, Flour and Feed.
A specialty is Made of catering to the Prospectors wants.
Lake of the Woods==The Best Flour in the
World, always carried in stock.
A. E. HOWSE.
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Summit, Roche River,  Upper Tulameen and Aspen  GroveS
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