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Princeton First, Last and Always.
Published in the interest of Princeton and Similkameen district.
Vol. ix. No. ii.
JERINCETON. B.C.,   WEDNESDAY,  MARCH J8, 1908.
$2 a Year, in Advance
'MMPf§|0NS;|0F
Vancouver," Subject of Interesting Lecture by Rev; "'■
T. T. Conn.   U
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Vancouver's  Great   Future—Asiatics
Menace to White Man's Country
and Need Controlling.
The Rev. Mr. Conn delivered a most
interesting lecture in the C6urt House on
Monday evening, the subject being, ."ItriT
pres ions of Vancouver," which place the
reverend, gerillenieii has -just returned
from.
The lecturer after giving a general idea
of what he had seeny^aid he*-"was struck
with the immense possibilities of.the
i-rminal.c'tv a^rid the enormous facilities:
it presents to all classt s While there lie
had seen aridr heard considerable about
the Asiatic question. As far.,tbe,_Japai -
ese are concerned Mr. Conn believes
they are largely to blame themselvas for
the ill-feeling against them, owing to
their too forward and almost impudent
manner towardthe white man, toTwhom'
Canada belongs. The Tnative '.',.p£.'i*Japan
could never becpme; a subj^ctj-lof King
Edward in the t'ue sense, owing to his
sworn servility to the Mikado, which
is as binding as, death. The. white race
'cpulfl*riever assimilate with the Japanese"
5 ThW'ecturer said the white man
w_3ui(j_i''be,-('"-compelled *'■ tb '• assume the
mastery over tbe little brown man'or he
W,>uld;i?$fe|4D'nV^^astered%y him.
The Chine, e were less to be feared, but
they wef<?3 detriment to the country.
Every cent made by'them in this Country
whs sent home to China, and we got
nothing in return. M?i 'r-4*«        'ffih    9j
The learned "speaker considered the
•Hindoo's cast the greatest hind rah ce^Tr)
t >eir progWBsPiri'*eanada and oheleannot
•40 along £htt£tf &ts of Vancouver without
being assured of this fact. h*wj
.    In conclusion Rev. Mr. Conn expressed
dslight at his trip to the coast  and   predicts that Vancouver is  the coming commercial centre of this great Dominion, r
IMMENSE  SALT BEDS.
Immense salt beds are reported to
ihave been discovered in the Peace river
jvalley. in the country north of Edmonton. Prospectors, boring for oil, struck
a bed of sail of great depth and apparently covering an area of several hundred
tniles in extent. This discovery is coi -
sidered of great importance and will
prove to be one of the most, valuable assets of the country.
j BURNS WINS. ,f.r
Tommy Burns, Canadian, chataipibn;
heavyweight fighter, knoeked out Jim
Roche, the Irishman, at Dublin yesterday, in the first r0ut3.dj.an a battle for the
chan 1 tonship of the world.
LIBERALS TO 'CONVENE.
The executive of the Yale-Cariboo Liberal Electoral Association have issued
notices calling a convention for the nomination of a-candidate'feputsb«-"next Dominion election, said convention to be
held in Vernon On Tuesday, April 14th
next. The basis Of representation agreed
upon at the last Dominion convention,
and which will govern the convention, is
as lollows: One delegate for ' each fifty
votes, Or portion thereof, polled at each
sab-polling division in the recent Provin
AiaXfelections. That such delegates must
■Kav&credentials from the Liberal Association having: jurisdiction over the poll-
ingsub divisions they represent,~6r from
the chairman and secretary of a meeting
of Liberals called to elect delegates
where there is no Liberal Association.
That proxies be allowed,-but no delegate
^ball be entitled to hold more than five
proxies. '
WORK FOR ALL.
In a recent interview at Vancouver Mr.
Wain wrightf second vice-pre^ldehi of the
Grand Trunk Pacific Ry., stated that
work from Prince'-Rupert "e'ast would be
started by May ist. He stated the work
would be .rushed withf^li- possible speed,
and th«t'there need be no idle people in
British Columbia.for the, next hree years
as his campany would furnish work for
every laborer seeking employment. Mr.
Wainwright set at rest all speculation respecting the date when the townsite of
Prince Rupert will be ,placed on the
|marl|et. He stated that no lots would be
sold before September next and.,.that no
favoritism would be shown, everyone
getting an even chance to purchase lots.
Japan and China threaten to come to
blows. A scrap between them would to
a large'extent solve the Asiatic immigration trouble.
■"MINING LAW CHANGES.
* In the "Placer Mining Act Amending
Act, 1908," some important changes
:have been made in the sizes of the various claims that may be located under trie
provisions made for this class of mining.
A "creek diggings" claim will in the future be 250 feet long in the direction of
the general course of the stream and will
extent 500 feet on either side, measured
from tjie center of the stream. In the
matter of "bar diggings" a piece of
ground will be allowed, on any bar that
is covergl by high water, to measure 250
feet square, or a strip of land 250 feet
long and extendiug from ..high-water
mark to ektreme low-water nrark. The
dry diggings claims will be 250 feet
square, taken in any manner that suits
the ideas of the locator.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Two Miners Blown to Pieces
at Nikel Plate Inline on
Wednesday Last.
School Inspector Visits   Princeton-
Robins Arrive—St, Patrick's Hop
at Keremeos.
'• Another of those fatal accidents, now
becoming all too frequen^, occurred «at
the Nickel Plate mine last Wednesday,
in which two miners, Mons Hansen and
another, whose-name could not be learned, lost their lives. The men were, without the slightest warning, blown into
piecees by the discharge of a missed shot,
caused by the drill which they were operating piercing into it. Needless to say
if they had known the charge was there
it would been" guarded against. Thus,
through theinegligetice'or carelessness of
some one or more persons, two lives were
Snuffed out. A coroner's inquest was
held, the result of which has not yet
come to hand. Mons Hansen was well
and favorably known about Princeton
and was a partner of." John. Peterson in a
ranch up pne-Mile.5.i.V-;>jj^:
I The place to.buyy$t$r flower seeds is
at the A. E. Howse Co.   u|;'iV-| *
! Tink French and daugtiter'irrived from
Portland the last week. ; Misft 'French
will make her home in Pri^re^n in future. ■•"iS Jr{ •*$? 1
' C. O. French has returned from an extended visit to Spokane.
A E. Howse re^irned to Nicola on
Sunday morning.
School Inspector Gordon paid an official visit to Princeton lfi|t week and
was pleased to find the school much improved since his last visit. Mr. Gordon
paid a high tribute to Miss Rowan's ability as a teacher.
Robin red-breast, that harbinger of
spring, has arrived in Princeton and the
flowers will soon follow.
The 17th of Old Ireland was observed
yesterday in Princeton by the wearing of
the green by the sons of the Emerald Isle
and others. Quite a numBe'r drove to
Keremeos to attend the grand ball there
in the evening.
The merchants, of Princeton held «a
meeting last week organized a sort of
protective association.
The Provincial Legislature prorogued
last week after a somewhat strenuous session.
It is about time the baseball players of
Princeton got together and organized for
the season. There will likely be some
lively times itr>the baseball line this summer and the home team should endeavor
to hold the championship of the Sirrilka-
WELCOME HOME.
Rev. J. Thurburn-Conn returned to
Princeton Sunday. afternoon from the
coast where he went after attending the
Presbytery meetings at Kamloops the
end of February. While in Vancouver
Mr. Conn preached two Sundays -in the
pulpit of St: Andrew's tp large congregations. He also delivered two lectures,
one at Central Park, and addressed the
Home Mission Society in St. John's
church, Vancouver, and altogether had a
busy time of it. The papers speak very
highly of his ability as a preacher and it
would not be surprising if a call were extended him from the Terminal City. In
fact he was"urged to remain and occupy
St. Andrew's pulpit during' the present
absence of the past, Rev. Mn^Wilson,
who is enjoying #»rest, -..iijrf."
The Province describes Mr. Conn as a
man of 55, and speaks of one of his sermons being taken from the' ""well known
verses of the second-bodk of Hebrew."
The ope statement is .as far off as^'the
other. Mr. Conn is 35 years, of age, and
as far as the Star knows there is. no such
thing as the second book of Hebrews.
Maybe the Province can locate it.
As a result of- the 'Presbytery meetings
at Kamloops Princeton and Hedley have:
been made augmented charges, with Rev.
Mr. Cameron, of Keremeos, as moderator.
In answer to a petition of Princeton and
iHedley congregations a meeting will be
held in the church at Hedley'on the 25th
inst. at 8 p. m.forjhe purpose of moderating in a call \ fio a minister, when the
Rev. Mr. Conn will be formally called.
FINDLAT RIVER DIGGINGS.
Mr. W. Ellis, .described as a gentleman
of wide experience in mining all over
British Columbia, and who is interested
in the opening up of the Findlay river
district, sends a note of warning to those
who are disposed.to take for granted the
rumors that have been coming out of that
section. Mr. Ellis although believing
the country to be rich in gold, says it is
too soon for people to rush in, as to date
it is not known as to what extent these
gold bearing grounds exist and it costs a
lot of money to get in there, and as yet
there is little to depend on in the way of
supplies.    ^^^^^^^^^^^
500 HOMESEEKERS.
Last week a trainload of i 500 home-
seeking immigrants reached British Columbia under the direction of the Salvation Army. They are from, the Old
Country and have been carefully selected
to meet the requirements of the west.
Every one of this large number, included
in which were sixty single wonien, have
secured employment, they greater portion
finding positions in the Kootenays and
the Okanagan, as farm hands. Only 160
reached the coast. Another batch will
likely be brought out later on. Farming
and other industries should be able to
secure sufficient hands for the season's
work.
\
 THE     SIMILKAMEEN     STAR
/
March 18, 1908
The Similkameen Star
A. E. HOWSfe, Prop.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE:
One Year,
•  $3.00
Payable in Advance.
Subscribers will confer a fav6r on this office by
Jiromptly reporting any change in address or
[•regularity in receipt of theirpaier..;
Advertising rates furnished on application.
Legal notices 10 and 5 cents per HnK
Pour weekly insertions constitute -.one month
advertising.
'WEDNESDAY; MARCrT^*. «go8.
A DISCREDITED POLITICIAN
^fie Hon. George Euks-^Foster, j
that great fTrfaficM'g.(fflCtfasof theDo-,
minion Conservative paft$,Uhe man i
who parades under the guise of all |
tlfat is pure and holy m-;: pbliffcs,'|
has r&eived another severe bump i
to his already shattered reputation,.''
so)
The  latest
which leases him a political wreck |
at the foot of the" altar of- deception I
and dishoney at which be has
faithfully worshiprj'ea
exppjjure of thisjpjllar of Conservatism was brought aboutf strange as
it may "seem, by. F&Ster himself.'
The estimates of the Minister. of|
Marine and Fisheries, Mr. Brodeur, |
were before the Dominion House
just recently and" the 'Opposition,
under the leadership of Foster,
wasted'a whole week in. trying, to
prove the minister guilty of fraud
in handling his department.
Foster charged the Minister of
Marine" ami 'Fisheries1 of stealing
from a vote, that is, taking money
voted for one purpose and devoting
it tp another. Having based obstruction upon the ground that the
minister bad'stolen money from a
vote, Foster was confronted with a
case .in which he had done'the same
thing. , .He was thereupon co'm-
pelled to withdraw the- offensive
words and apologize to the minister.
Foster made bis "accusation, he
made his retractionv.*and admitted
being guilty'1 of the act charged
against another. In the meantime
the people of Canada-are being- led
to believe that Foster and his fol
lowers we.re fighting for soriie'.great
principle and that the Minis'|er of
Marine and 'Fisheries had been
guilty of some serious breach''^'dp*
trust.     &*^
LXIppn many occasio'ns.thiSfStormy
petrel of Canadian political life,.
Foster, has been the cause of greatf
exp'etise to '"thi?** "country...^yVhen
Finance M-itjttsjter hfevadded millions
to the public "del^fe ?•• He 'has been
the.subject of investigation before a
Royal Commission, .*nd the faetinat
he was'found guilty^bf^i^flating the
law withjfiespect to the banking of
tjrust funds is the- only compehsaj
tion the people have for .the. great
expense to which the" tgji'ntry ws&,s
put. Now tbe" sffaii-Sjjpf the country
>nave been neglected fo¥*,rd&ys1 *al
enormous expense and, with disas:
trous delay to public lusiness, ard
the net result was to provide adci^
jtipnaj.4yjdence of the u^esirabjlity
in public lite of a man whose political record is. stained^and whoSe
actions in the past have been so
equivocal that they are not qualified to criticize others.
ThisJ^.tke-kind of nJan who is
virtually tj^hea^jO^i^.^^iw^
tive pajOT^au the^fcorr^oiOK t'edaM
and, shoulcflhe Liberals, suffer .tRg
feat at the forthcoming election, this
is the man who will control the
financies^f __the country. You who
are voters and as such are responsible for theputure ~:destiny 6ft.Es
glorious Dominion, are you going
to assist to power, to place, in a po^
sition .of- trust, ttjis. man pf&SP
EUlaSi^oster ajip the part^jbj^lfc
trols? Give this matter your serious cQr^i.der;at\pn)v and when the
time comes vote .to keep .tMs discredited politician a'nd his*- pals ' dtft
of power, and the present prj^grity
of the country will be maintained
and the future assured.
PRINCETON^ LODGE
I.O.O.F. No.'52.
Regular meetings, 8 p.
m., Wednesdays.
Sojourning brethren welcome.    Hall situated in
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ALEJC. I.&IRD;.eGeneraJ Manager  '4'^
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March ii, 1908
THE    SIMILKAMEEN   STAR
Raise your own   vegetables   and   buy
^ our seeds at the A. E. Howse Co.       *
PRINCETON   LODGE
I.O.O.F. No. 5a.
j Regular meetings, 8 p*
m., Wednesdays.
Sojourning brethren welcome.    Hall situated in
Star building.
Chas. Wili.arson, J. L. Huston,
6 Noble Grand. Secretary.
You J ' ■ H • ■
need to eat meat if you want to
enjoy life. We have the best.
Fish every Friday.
SUMMERSiWARDLE
BUTCHERS
The...
Princeton
Livery Stable
HUSTON   BROS.,  Props.
General Livery business carried on.
Horses for hire, single or double. Wood
r>r coal delivered on shortest notice.
Draving in all its branches. Prices right.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
F. W. GROVES
Civil, and Hining 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
in the District. PRINCETON. B.C
ureal Northern
—- Hotel—
MANLEY & SWANSON, Props.
First Cass room and board
Wines, Liquors, Cigars
Princeton, B. C.
FIVE ROSES FLOUR
The only Reliable Standard Brand made from the
nighest grade of Manitoba
hard wheat,
LAKE OF THE WOODS
MILLING CO.
guarantee that no bleaching
either bv CHEMICALS or
ELECTRICITY is used in its
manufacture.
Accept no Substitute.
LUCKY FOR BOWSER.
I It is fortunate for Attorney General
Bowser, says the Nelson News, that it is
not proposed to make the amendments to
the Dominion Elections Act retroactive.
One of jthe amendments is to the effect
that any person circulating false statements with a view to affecting the election of a candidate for parliamentary
honors shall be liable to a fine of $500 or
two years' imprisonment. It will be remembered that Mr. Bowser at the last
provincial campaign gave voice to the
false statement that the Liberals were
conniving with the Grand Trunk Pacific
Railway Co. to import 50,000 Japanese to
work on the construction of that road.
This utterly fbundationless statement
seriously affected the chances of several
candidates and under the new law "Napoleon'' Bowser would have been justly
sentenced to a fine of several thousand
dollars or to serve a term of several years
in the penitentiary.
TlCKFlTS
Largest Sale in Canada
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TULAMEEN, B.C.
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NOTICE.
Certificate of Improvements
"Freddie B'* and "Rambler" mineral claims, situ
ate in the Similkameen mining: division of Yale
district.   Where located:   On Five-Mile creek.
Take notice that I, Luke Gibson,  Free Miner'6
Certificate No. B9468, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining: Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements for   the  purpose  of
obtaining: a Crown Grant of the above claim.
j And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of
such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 12th day of February, A.D. 1908. 8-16
TULAMEEN
I LIVERY
SAM CASSIDY, Prop.
Driving   Rigs,   Pack and
Saddle Horses for Hire
Horses Pastured and Delivered
Apply   to   LODWICK   &   GUTHRIE,
Tulameen, or »o HOLMES,
Granite Creek.
CEALED"TENDERS, addressed to the Postmas-
•^ ter-General, will be received at Ottawa until
noon, on Friday, the 20th March, for the conveyance of His Majesty's mails, on a proposed contract for four years, 3, 6 and 6 times respectively
per week each way, between Penticton and Keremeos station; Hedley and Keremeos station, and
Hedley and Princeton, from the Postmaster-General's pleasure.
Printed notices containing further information
as to conditions of proposed contract may be seen
and blank forms of tender may be obtained at the
Postoffices of Penticton, Keremeos Centre, Keremeos Station, Hedley and Princeton, and at the
office of the Postoffice Inspector.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Postoffice Inspector.
Postoffice Inspector's Office,
Vancouver, B. C, 7th Feb., 1908.      8-12
Just Arrived !
an assortment of
Flower and  §
Vegetable Seeds
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Nicola
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Princeton
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION TO ALL POINTS.
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Similkameen Lumber Co., Ltdm
J, F. Waddell, Mgr.
ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER
SHINGLES, DOORS AND WINDOWS
All kinds  of mouldings made.     Oorders promptly
attended   to.       For   further   particulars   apply   to
Lyall &  Macdonell,   Agents
Princeton, B, C«
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New Goods Arriving-call and See
ihem before going Elsewhere.
Boots, Shoes, General Merchandise, Miners' Supplies
HOTEL TULAMEEN
PRINCETON,   B.C.
McCOSKERY &  KIRKPATRICK
PROPRIETORS
THIS   HOTEL   HAS   JUST   BEEN   OPENED   AND   NEWLY   FURNISHED. THROUGHOUT
|||$■       Special provision for Commercial Men. |    Rates: $2.00 and up
TWOW is the time to have your
*^ farming machinery put in order for the coming season's  work.
G, MURDOCH
General Blacksmith, is the man to
do the job. Satisfaction guaranteed
and prices right. Talk it over
with him and be convinced.
A. IMIRCHIE T.T
PHOTOGRAPHER Por,ral,s-Sc
Photos of Families taken at their
Homes—Views of Princeton
and Surrounding Camps.
AMATETJE WORK FINISHED
Address   -    PRINCETON, KC.
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