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Sheep, Deer, Goat, Wolves, Grizzly and Brown Bears
Little Minds are Quickly^Tamed and Subdued by Misfortune
Princeton is in the heart of a great Coal and Ore Producing: Zone—Coking* Coal is Mined at North Fork' of Granite Creek—The Conditions are most Favorable for the Smelting- Industry—Water Power Available for Electric Motive Purposes—Coal is $3.00 per Ton.
PRINCETON, B.C, WEDNESDAY,   OCTOBER J 4, 1908.        $2 a Year, in Advance
VoL ix. No. 42.
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"SMALL TAUT FROM ROSS
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SpeakeY Spent Much   Time in Tirade of
Personal Politics* and  Cowardly
Attacks Absentees*   .,
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Audience was Markedly Chilly, Cheering only at Close of
\£earisome Harangue—Attorney-General Bowser
£)eserve.s Ungowning, So Says this
Bill Dodger.
Some 23 ot 24. of the voters of Princeton, including some who will certainly
iie ver vote for Duncan Ross, turned .out
on Wednesday evening last to hear that
wprthy show cause why he shpuld not be
retired  to  private life after election day.
: The rest of the Princeton people were too
much interested ina 'n'<_tgljrwe<ided cou-r
pie's home-coming to be bothered with
■ Duncan, "but after th-* entertainment
some more of them came in. ■
The meeting must have. heep.a,disapr
pointmentx-tb Mr. Ross, by its^miiallness
and lack of enthusiasm, and to his audience, who expected to hear at least some
intelligent discussion  of Canadian poli-
|jiics, but instead vwere treated  to a long
attaCk-'.'m A. E. Howse and the editor of
'the Star, neither. of -whom were^present
' and which was madi§M;he most~of.. A
• large amount of private correspondence
was read, mostly about.a .post office in the
Nicola district, which no one here knows
anything abont and carfes less. Mr. Lumsden, who is better kripwn and much more
respected here than JMr. Ross, was the
aggrieved party in thajc.dispute, and if he
had been in Princetohjthe meeting would
have heard thV .'b.therjside of that question.
With regard to recent telephone mat-;
ters here, Mr.'Ross had;;less.to say, but
he showed clearly thatrhra;reft*sal to give
the Howse Co. accotnnlodaUori which
they are quite willing tapsjy fpr is purely
a matter of personal spiifeSt.,'fAs to the
Board of Tradfe recommendation of Mr.
Averv as»f«ep!_piH?".agent, the speaker
frankly told;the\]Sorfrd that he "was not
taking recom'r|ietidatipns' from them,"
even if they were invited to make one,
thus proving clearly thajthe'iPBts personal
and poliucal considerations far above the
convenience of the public. He said no;
thing, of course, of the Board's vote of
censure upon him for his lack of good
manners in ignoring its recommendation,
after he and his superintendent had solicited them to name an agent—and its
expressed desire to have the public phone
placed where there would be some piiv-
acy, and access to it at all times.
When  he  had quite finishedtwith Mri.
Howse and others Duncan condescended
to talk a little politics. He showed conclusively that the Liberal government
had reduced the price of postage stamps
and was building the Grand Trunk Pacific : things which we fancy we have heard
before. He showed that the G.T.P., toward the cost of which Princeton is paying its share, would be a good thing for
the north country, but it never str'ucE
him that a government railway might do
the? Similkameen, or some other part of
Canada, much good. Mr. Ross is a cor-
porationist and a strong advocate of railway bonusses, therein lies his graft.
By his speech Mr. Ross has shown that
he is indeed a peanut politician. His
slurring implications of men who were
absent and devoted Liberals, too, will
certainly not gam him'any respect "or
support. His inference that the editor of
'he Star was a Liberal from expediency
is false and traitorous. The Star man
has been a consistent Liberal for 25 years,
his first vote as such having been cast foi
the Hon. Frank Oliver. Minister of the
Interior. He has been president of Liberal Associations, on many campaign
committees and acted as scrutineer and
agent in various constituencies. Writing
to the editor on Nov. 26th 1904, after his
election, Mr. Ross says : * U'.tl
"I appreciate very much the good work)
which you did^in the Similkameen Star
and hope now to do something in return."
The "return" is nothing but ingratitude for the writer has never received a
single favor at his hands. At this very
moment he owes the Star, in which such
"'good worVwas done for his election, the
sum of $4b.rjb for publishing his lengthy
address to the electors of Yale-Cariboo
in 1904. For such and other mean actions Ross has well earned the sobriquet:
"Bum politician."
Mr. Ross touched lightly on postoffice
matters. As many will recollect an agitation was begun by. citizens to have the
postoffice removed from a store, besides.
there were certain charges made. It was
urged upon the Association to secure
reforms. Everything in connection with
this question was done through Rossj$5«lfc_-
instructions to lay them before the P.O.
Department.   From that day to this the
Liberal Association nor the parties who
made affidavits have beard nothing from
the Department, not even an acknowledg
pent of receipt. It is believed Ross
never deposited the documents.. He deceived the Association. Ross has free
access to the Department the Liberal
Association has not.' He can-say to the
official write me such-'letter; to another,
give me a recommendation for so and so;
to an inspector, give such a person a certificate of proficiency—I want these to
read in the campaign.
' Writing to the President' of the Lib-
:eral Association under date of Nov. 28,
19O7, Ross says: "If a suitable building
can be secured I shall be very glad to do
what I can to have all the government
offices placed in one building tinder the
charge of one man. This policy has been
successfully carried into effect elsewhere
and I am confident that it can be made
effective in Princeton. IT HAS,ALSO
THE DISTINCT ADVANTAGE OF
BEING SUCH A POLICYr>;AS WILL
COMMEND ITSELF TO THE PUBLIC." *$!&£&
He led the Liberal Association tb^be-
lieve that be desired the change and they
worked with him tp that end. But he
threw them down that he might "wjri
two or three doubtful Tories.' **i£>
He wbhld 'have the public imer~j£__t
Wright was doing some lonehanded
scheming about the postoffice. It also is
false. The Princeton Liberal Association
composed of some fifteen mejubers past
and present, of'winch J. M. Wright is
secretary, recommended him" for the posi
tion as Mr. Ross had stated that he intended to combine all the ©dminion-gov
ernment positions and remove them from
a store.   Here arfe his own words:
"Ottawa,.Feb.."19, r9o8.—_L M&Wright,
Sec. Liberal Assbctation, Princeton. Dear
Sir : Will you be good enough to bring
before a general meeting of vour associa
tion the question of the appointment or
someone to take charge qf the'telephone
office at Princeton. ' The recommenda"
tion of the association should keep in
view, the desire of having such an agent
appointed-there as would be able to take
charge of the postoffice, also the position
oj6 inspector for the Inland Revenue De-
jKtrttnent. Arrangements are now being
cairied out to have a daily mail service
put on from Keremeos to Princeton. As
soon as-this is done it is considered desirable to have ALL THE GOVERNMENT
OFFICES AT THAT POINT IN
CHARGE OF ONE COMPETENT PERSON. Such offices should be in a build
ing separate from any other business, and
the officer would have to. devote the
greater portion of his time to the business of tne government. Keeping these
matters in view I would like to have the
recommendation of your association at
the earliest possible date. Yours very
truly, Duncan Ross;"
On tbe 2nd of March, 1908, at a representative meeting of the Association,
Wright was recptnmended and what could
be more natural or uiore reasonable than
that he, as secretary, should write the
recommendation and forward it.to Ross.
The transaction was perfectly straight
and honorable, of which the public may
judge. Yet Mr. Ross made a flourish of
Wright's letters and tried to convey the
idea that there was something crooked in
them, j Ross is an adept at vile insinuations and as mud-thrower one has only
to read his special writing in the Vernon
'Okanagan. Wright's appointment to the
three combined offices was not carried'
but as he notified Ross of his acceptance
of another and better position. Another
.man was recommended in his place.
1      ■-.    . MISCELLANEOUS.
There was practically no applause during the "talk," but at the end the audi?-*
ence clapped and stamped to restore their
'circulation, made sluggish by Duncan's
flow of hot air and to show their pleasure
that the thing was over.
•It was a mixed audience'ifjpme forty
men and two women,  which resulted by
(Continued on 3rd page.)**
.... MAWOT^WELLS-
On Wednesday,, 50th ult., at Kamloops,
the wtedding of Mr. Archibald, James.
Marlow 'to'Constance Mclver Wells, of
North Thompson •River, was j celebrated,.
Many friends and t relatives, of tbe contracting couple were j)feseh{t making- it.
a*yery brilliant function*'"Mrs. Martajfe
is one of the fairest, (laughters of Kmut5
loPp&_nd Mr. Marlow is one of our most
esteemed citizens j - popula'r. in both business and social circles. • He is manager of
the Princeton.' .branch, ot.the Bank of
Commerce andTSecretary of the Board
of Trade. The~»t_rJeJrT?en_s. pongfatijila-,
tions and wishei^'t-'e^bappy" couple all
joy. I .-^.O,'
THXTKBURN-pONN-KfilTH";
At Winnipeg, on 3rd inst., by Rev;. Dr,
Far'qiSharson, the Rev. Ji Thurburn-?Co_-n
of Pri_4eloh, to Margaret Jane'Keitrrjjbl-
Aberdeen, Scotland. Tbe bride travfel',':
led several thousand-miles | to meet 'bet
future husband and was a full month on
the voyage, being held up in the St.
Lawrence with smoke and fog. It was
the bride's-'wish-' that the wedding be of
the quietest .nature. The bride is a bright,
cultured lady of musical attainment and
the groom is our eloquent missionary.
Mr. and Mrs. Conn are settled at No. 2,
Fenchurch Ave. At Hedley Mrs. S. L.
Smith'gave a very successful reception to
them. The Star offers greeting to the
twice blessed couple and wishes them a
fair voyage through life, without fog or
cloud, or any such thing to mar their
happiness.
A lot, of local matter has.been crowded
out of the Star this week which will ap-
pear next issue.
Miss Lyall, after.about two .years' absence at Winnipeg, returned home on
Thursday last.
The wife of Indian Steves at Bromley-
ton died last week as a result of excitement at potlatch.
Constable Hewat states be will put the
"lid" on soon and has reported the
Princeton hotel to his chief.
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October 14, 1908
THE    SIMILKAMEEN   STAR
THE     SIMILKAMEEN     STAR
October 14, 1908
DTHE  STAR
One Year,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE:
Payable In Advance.
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promptly reporting any change in address or
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Four weekly insertions constitute one month
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No transient advertisement inserted unless
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BEY AN OR TAPT?
The Presidential campaign in
the United States goes merrily on
and all parties are working at high
pressure. -To one standing north
of the international boundary, free
from any party concern as to the
outcome, he quite instinctively turns
to the two leading figures, Bryan
and Taft. More and more the world
over electors are calling for the pure
and unstained life in those who aspire to high pdsftrohs. The'old doctrine : Measures, not men; has become obsolete in these days when
personal probity and honor are sai,d
to be vanishing virtues among th_
average of politicians. Measures
are vital. But without firm, honorable, forceful men to advocate and
carry them into effect, they avail
nothing. Therefore, it is a matter
of the highest importance that only
the best men in moral and intellectual worth be elected.
In Canada, the United States and
the old countries governments reek
with corruption. Take the business methods of these governments
and note the grafter element which
toil not neither do they spin., sucking the life blood of the country.
The remedy lies in electing men of
good repute and in frequent change
of government. Some men are
proud of their record which admitsi
of no change of political ideas or,
party allegiance. Others point with
pride to their changed ideas and
opinions, in consonance with the
ever changing conditions and times
of a country. Of these two classes
of voters it will be readily seen'
which is the -. progressive,, intelli-|
gent one and which the blind fol-:
lower and partisan.
In the present Presidential caro-
' paign the Republican party has all
the prestige of an illustrious president at its back. Yet more, it has
his active support, which does not
seem dignified for tbe president of a
great nation. What an outburst of
righteous censure there would be in
Canada if the Governor-General or
the King would use his exalted
position to influence a political contest ! President Roosevelt has always been regarded a true sportsman by the Star and his slightest
interference between two political
gladiators must necessarily lessen
its esteem of him. Millions of1 onlookers in this and other countries
will take the same view.
Were there no other reason Time
itself furnishes conclusive evidence
that a change is necessary. As
barnacles gather on the ship and
impede progress so also on the ship
of state. The new broom is an
absolute necessity to remove these
natural accumulations. It is certain that they cannot be dislodged
as satisfactorily with the old, blunted implements as with the new.
Change is a law of Nature.
Without it decay, and death, are
inevitable. . It is as necessary for
the life of a nation as any other
growing or created thing.
Without attempting to dissect the
many political issues of the parties
in the United States the Star finds
a verdict for Mr. Bryan notwithstanding accusations of opponents.
His policy of hewing to the line
' let the chips fall where they may'
is most commendable. He will not
truckle to any section, corporation
or industry. The greatest good to
the greatest number is a-principle
which he,not only endorses but will
practise in gradual tendency to the
goal of free trade with all reciprocating nations. __ In that respect
and "for his many -;sterlirig.„qualities
the Star and th'^.wh'ole' British Empire welcomes'*'him .asjprospective
President. He is easily\ the most
capable man in the race.' His inner
life and his outward or'public life
are without spot.
Mr. Bryan: is not.merely a citizen
of the United States, he belongs to
the world. It would be an irreparable loss should he be sentenced to
Presidential quiescence on November 3rd—he can .never hope to run
again—but the American people
outside of hidebound partizans are
in favor of a change. It is time
for it. r:
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Livery "~M
and.:' ;.;"p
Feed::^.J§
Stables I
HUSTON   BROS., Props.
General Livery business . carried on.
Horses for hire, single or double. Wood
or coal delivered on shortest notice.
Draying in all its branches.- Prices right
Satisfaction guaranteed.
You I
need to eat meat if you want to
enjoy life.    We have the best.
fORSALf
Nine Fine Ranches
160 to 640 Acres Each
Good Soil and Well Watered, all from
two to ten miles from Princeton. In the
lamous fruit belt of B.C. Prices range
from $5 to $15 per acre.
T-Mrd__l.e.gan.t business corners, also inside business lots.
A nice 5-room residence on two lots.
12 most desirable Residential Lots,
Cheap.
For Rent—A 5-Room house. One
small house.    Nice location,   <
List your property with us.
AVERY  &, AVERY
Real Estate, Insurance, Notary Public
FOR SALE.
L6t 4, Block Four ; Lots 8, 9 and 10
Block One.   Price, $500 Cash.
Adddress : M. M. POWERS,
Vancouver, B.C. •
TICI.ETTS
NOTICE.
Certificate of Improvements
Frieda, Cabin,  Colorado Fr.,   Edward 7th, Fr.,
No's"6, Fr.; 7 Fr.; 28,  Fr. and- 27 Fr., mineral
claims,  situate in the Similkameen mining di-
.. vision of  Yal^.    Where   located :  On Copper
Mountain. j
Take notice that I, G. EvertBaker, Free Miner'8
Certificate No. B20055, acting for self and as agent
for T. T; Burkhart, F.M.C. No. B20053 and Krieda'
E. Baker, F.M.C. No. B20054, intend, 60 days from
date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate oif Improvements'.'for  the  purpose  of
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced'before the issuance of
such Certificate of Improvements'.
Dated this 19th of September, A.D. 1908.   - 39-48
SUMMERS & WARDLE
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PRINCETON
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Largest Sale itr Canada
MANLEY & SWANSON, Props.
First Class room and board
Wines, Liquors, Cigars
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Wm. J. Henderson
PRORIETOR
Princeton, ft. C.
60   YEARS'..
EXPERIENCE
PRINCETON   LODGE
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Sojourning brethren welcome.    Hall situated in
Star building.
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Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
special notice, without charge, in the
Scientific Jlmerlcan.
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Canada, ts.75 a year, postage prepaid. Bold, by
all newsdealers.
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SMALL TALK FROM ROSS.
From 1st page.
actual analysis in 3 Liberals and 7 l£oss-
ites, the balance being made up of Tories,
"good" Americans, the wireless man and
boys. $$?'
Ross's promises to give the public sat;
isfaction in Princeton regarding Dominion offices are not worth the breath they
were borne on. He did not explain why
he left the town without a phone for
months.
Duncan centres all his patronage on
one man. He cannot expect more than
a one-man support.
Ross stated that the Howse Co. must
do as others and transact business at the
public phone. How about the provincial government office ? Surely he never
got any support from that quarter and
never will. The Howse Co. turned in 5
Liberal votes to Ross last election and he
says "we are in power, we favor our supporters ! "   Hypocrite!
By the way, is that phone in a place
wherje._'business man can talk privately,
where a husband may talk family affairs
to his wife or a doctor talk to his patient.
Disgusting ! The line is managed in a
most unsatisfactory manner by Ross and
is nothing but a big fraud from end to
e;id.
HScCfar as Ross is concerned it is not a
gentleman's campaign.
"I think politics a game," says Dunk,
"If you draw to a bob-tailed flush and
d^'nt fill, let 'er go." He took a hand in
a game of jackblack after his "talk*' and
took a header for $10—came up without
■ a cent. Plunger politician. Nice man
to handle public money.
Princeton people find charivari more
interesting than Ross's slander of Howse.
The curse of campaign 'oratory' is the
low personalities. The voter and the
patriotic man want to hear something
that will benefit him and the country—
not personal abuse.
Ross would ungown Mr. Bowser: He
should wait until he is out of the woods
himself before shouting,.
Come again Duncan. There is more of
your correspondence for publication.
FARM FOR SALE.
160 acres—30 of which cannot be surpassed-for
growing hay and roots—7 miles from Princeton,
and known as Scotty's Ranch, on Copper Mountain road. Sealed tenders will be received by
the Trustees of the deceas ed Angus McLeod for
his estate, up till the 13th of November. Full
title will 1 e given, less the railway right of-way
which has been sold. The highest or any tender
not necessarily accepted.
A. MURCHIE.
G. MURDOCH.
Trustees -_. McLeod Estate.
Princetoh, Oct. iatf_yi908.
Drugs M
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Drugs
A GOOD
SPRING TONIC
is what you require.
Campbell is tbe man to
see about it.    Don't<lelay.
CIGARS AND
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The City Drug store
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCES;
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO
B. E. WALKER, President
ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager
ESTABLISHED  1867
Paid-up Capital, $.10,,000,000
Reserve Fund, -    5,000,000
Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England
PflllMTRY RIIQINFQQ Every facility afforded to farmers and
1>UUN I n I    DUO I 111 COO       others for the transaction of their
banking business.    Sales notes will be cashed or taken for collection.
RANKINP RY MAI Accounts maybe opened by mail, and.
DHlilXlllU Dl NIHIL monies deposited or withdrawn in
this way with equal facility. lis
A. J. MARLOW, Acting Manager, PRINCETON BRANCH.*.
Similhameen Valley Saddlery Co*
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BOOTS and SHOES MADE TO ORDER
Harness Repairs and Boot Repairs Attended to.
First Class work
J. R. CAMPBELL.
PRINCETON        -        - ■•     -
B.C.
Blacksmithing
HUGH MAGUIRE
I have recently leased the shop run by
G.J.Mnrdoch./. By strict attention to business and good workmanship hope to receive your patronage.
Harse Shoeing: a Specialty
Repairing Promptly Done
Prices Rihgt—Terms Cash
A. MURCHIE "ggj*
PHOTOGRAPHER MrtfaHs,se
Photos of Families taken at their
Homes—Views of Princeton
and Surrounding Camus? ■■M?/
AMATEUR WORK FINISHED
Address    -    PRINCETON. BC.
F. W. GROVES
Civil and flining Engineer
B. C. Land  Surveyor
Examinations and   reports   made   on
mines and prospects.
Has  a   thorough   knowledge   of   the
Similkameen and Boundary Districts.
Plans of all Surveyed Lands and Mineral Claims
n the District. PRINCETON. B.C.
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ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER
All kinds  of mouldings made.      Orders promptly
attended   to.      For   further   particulars   apply   to
J. F. WADDELL, Princeton,
X    Interest Charged on Accounts 30 Days Overdue.
WOOD, VALLANCE
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Complete stock of Shell and Heavy Hardware
Sporting Goods and Contractors' Supplies
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October 14, 1908
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