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ISSUED IJ SEMI-WEEKLY SECTIONS. EACH TCESD1T FRIDAY.
VOL. 49. NO. 31.
SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY,- SEPTEMBER 18, 1000.
FIRST SECTION EIGHT PAGES
READY, if OR
War Department Continues Preparations for
Wintering the Army in China.
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Ll Hang' Chang- and Prince Chnnff Are Accepted as Negotiators by the
Fowera-ProTOct Courts Established in Tek in by the Com -
manders of the Several Contingents. '.
tt ASIIIXtlTOX, Sept. 17. The pass-a-'eof
the day, without au event lear
ing on tlit Chinese situation, went to
cnilinu the prediction made last wn-k
by the otticials. that there will be no
immediate important developments.
in impression is mat nothing rail lie
done until the Cbiuese themselves
have progressed fin titer toward the.
restoration of the tloverauient at Pe
kin. Meanwhile tit? military prepara
tions for the' winter May In China go
tin without cessation, though the of
ficials are careful Jo iilit. out that
these are only precautionary measures
and are not to lie taken a au Indica
tion of a. final denenii inatioii on the
part of the tiovcrniiient.
I itl. n. Kept. Us. --There is no addi-
ti.ili.il Mi'Wn from I'hlml this inoriiinf-
Tin Daily Crapltic aserts that all the
powers have accepted Li Hung Chant;
as neirotialor. It says also that the
powers have a trreet I to insist that a
central I Jovern men t. satisfactory to
the powers, shall lie .established in
China, and that full retribution shall
le exacted for the attacks uj,ou the
THE MUTE SCHOOL
INSTITUTION OP ESS FO
YEARS WORK TODAY.
Mny w Students A rtt Comlne to Attend
thoNrbuol Thin Term -The
Tdie Oregon St-hisd for Ieaf Mutes
opens, but pupils ate not all expect
.peis today, but pupils are not all. ex
pected in until latter .part of tin w.e-k.
The prospect is very bright for au in
creased attendance ovif List year.
Twelve applications from new pupils
have already liec.il lile-.l with Superin
tendent Clavton Woiitz. and two 4f
that ihhiiImt. Bay
Tut tie, of Tllh
and rllenry Young, of Bakfcr
City. rejNirtel to the institution yes
The new teachers employed by the
Slate Board ofEducation are at Hie
school ready In U'giu their work.
Miss Kaimie C. trr. one of the teach
ers, taught last year in the Wstem
Pennsylvania school, and is regarded
us 7i tirst class teacher. Miss Susie
Bovd is from the Kaii-a School for
I .-: f Mute, and fa Hell tilled for t lie
u.,ii ul.I.-li w'iil" Ih- nsstinMl her. i.
V liaise, a deaf mule, is from tin
hool. and Xina Mnrton. of Me-
Miniiville, is a graduate of the school
I'ere. Charle K. Cromp. of the Xe
tuasl.a tchMiK ba-t ciiari;e of the print-
iiii; outnt of the institution, and is
man w-H fitted by exiemnce
place. - ;
Mrs. Cljtytn Went . matron of the
s. ho..I. wein t Portland yesterday to
n eet pujils coiulnj; to tin school frotu
Hiiit east of the i:ascaie. n
it,.c. ?it :ti-t the cilrollnieiit this yt
wi'l teach -vveuty. as nearly
old pupil will return.
A New Sarety .Mat Hi.
A match has at last Inn-n discovered
which can U inatinfactimil aljsolute-
Iv without the aid or pmpnorii.
This Miifety match eoutains
ttsl nor yellowi plnsiiiorus
e.l)Oki ein.l of IdiOSliIforUS.
able to Ik
n.auufactimMl whti the inaut and 111.1
chinerv hitherto in ne. Invent hi
still strides onward through every
line, ami yet there are ome. things
which seem Imiwrlou t improve-
,-DKiii. For ansttance. IIsteiter jmoWi
a h' Bitters, that famous medicine,
his stood une.iualle.1 for fifty years
j as a corrective? of stomach disor-lers.
r' lisMtations have sprung np fllout it.
i but like a Uaon ligtrt. it ha "too.1
tninovable. pointing the way to
.' health fnun all neh ailment as -on-
tsttpjitlou. ludi-iition. dysjM'psia.: bilb
s onsiiess, sluggWli liver r weak kid
neys. " .... f - '" ' :i -
DIED AT LAST.
Man With the! Iron Mask Has Passed
Xew York. -Sept. 17 The BelleTiw
Hosivital oatlcrJ. known. as the "Man
With' the Iron Mask.!" is dead. Tbos.
iir.i- I'dt ivasi his Tiauie. He was
h-lated to ihe family of gmnnaker-
of that name, and wa lorn in Con
n,'iM..ii it tike asre of Tk while
liiaylng lalU he was struck In the faee
by a mlK -TI T.i-eK tiones ueiag irai
tttriMl and hi nose broken. Krys!iela
fHoweI and ; the nose was lost, a
brought to Bellevye Hospital by his
l a-real, the head ot. the surgical dlr
islon of that Institution !-lug Profe
nor Thoma C. Sabine, who lieanl the
utory and nald.be would make the Iwy
Pekin. Sept. 13. via Shanghai. Sept.
17 Provost courts have been' opened
In IVkin by all the military command
ers. The Ceruiaii have made roblery
a csiftal offense. . , ,
Capt. Win. W. Forsyth, with 3iO
men of the Sixth 1'nited States caval
ry, will start tomorrow n a tour of
the district to the northeast of Pekin.
to rescue Christians and to make a
ten days reconnaisance. Other exj
ditious have been Hanucd. but the
general sentiment is opposed to such
undertakings as 'they tend to keep the
MeKIXLEY IS ALERT.
Canton. I).', Sept. 17. President Mc
Kinley will start for Washington to
morrow to attend to otlicial duties, and
will return here the latter nirt ofthe
week. It is said, some matters- bear
In?; on the Chinese question require
London. Sept. 17. The British com
mander at Taku cables that a fatigue
party. eiig:igd in destroying gunpow
der at Tuns; Chow, has been blown up.
Sixteen were killed mid twent.v-two
a nose. The result was1 .the nrst Sa
bine otM-ratioii tui it is now known.
Colt's left hand was placed on his
filce and the ithlrd tinker relievd of
the nail and placed on tin bridsre of
the uose. It took two rnotrths to crow
there. : while it was held In nsI.tioii by
a piaster cast, ana men It was cut
from it he hand at the second joint.
Thirty-two oMrations and two ye:irs
a the hospital ptav a new face to
In lSOT. he married Miss Plate, of
Oranire. X. J." S he-said she rei-iprtwat-
er his nccctiou Itccause or Ins uimti.
In November, 1S!. , he s!it her in
New Jersey, and then-shot himself.
Both lived, and he was trie-t .for mur
der, lb- was convicted andf setitenc-
el,to 1T yertrs in the iH'iiitentiary. Af
ter serving two years he was pardon
He took every means of concealing
his features when in public. In Aufi-
Ust he was admitted to Bellevtie Hos
pital, fsufferini; from Bright's IMsease.
lie was fearful that ther patients
won VI R4 his fact'." o he kept it
njutlled and lecame known to tin oth
er patients as the "Man With the
' 4 -
Chinese. OtlK lals , Oniered Hunts
Heads of. Ainerk'anss.
Victoria, B. C, Sept. 17. Among the
advice brought, hy the Brecoinhire
from China were stories of the arrest
of Chliwse with the heads of foreigw
soldier 4 11 sacks. It seem that head
money of oO tael Is iald for . each
head. This fact "was brought to light
by , the diseoviTy of the private .papers
of Viceroy Yu -Lu of Tien Tsiu. In
his day book here is ari entry whbh
"Taels. ion, pa.id for It he heads of
two American marines killed in the
advance for tlie relief if Tien Tsln.
Tii els. oO. .for the two iguns captnrtsi
on the same iM-casion.
-The entry explain- many ghastly
incidents which have 1-een recounted
or the killed or wouudtM. When Cai
tain Bey nd tliree marines with hhn
fell at "tlie engagement tiefore 1 1 si
ar4nal. atteuipts wertf made to de-
eanitate ihetii. The ti.xt night soni
Chinese were found hidden in the
millet nnd . irvliiir to escan. were
lironeteil. 4m clung with C''St ten
neitv to a hag 'wliich. when opened.
1 i contain the head of a
Stales marine gunner. Wa
ha IM Vm Km A2ts lactft.
DltD AT VMCOtWI.
Chas. F. Missler Kilhsl by A Ktmaway
Team Wast Buried at Turner,
.: 1 Oregon.
Cliai. p. Mlssler a n-ttive son of
Marlon county, died at Vancouver. B.
C on Thurs4lay last, a he result of
an attidetit, and was burled at Tur
ner f The following ol-ltuary notice
was written by a friend of the young
man. ahd handed to the Statesman for
publication: ' "!"'" '"AI
Charh- Franci Missler wa lrn oti
the home farm, near Tnrner. on Oe-tolM-r
o. l'-. antl ilied at VanouTer.
D C September IX Uo. MS -W
years. 11 month ami S day . hL
J I4-ceas,sl was he oldest chili of
Mr. and 31 rs. Adam M hwjer, Iwt h of
whom -survive hira. lieslde LW par
ent he leaves one brother. Jacob
ui...ir ,,f Kt.ivton. and ote wster.
May. of Turner: also on half brother
a r C3 X XL.
of Seattle, Mrs. John Wittschen-aud
Mrs. J. S. Shanks. loth of Turner.
At the time of his death he was liv
ing: hi Vancouver, where, ou the
eleventh of this jnoutu, he met with
Hh jwiiiifnl and distressnig aci-ideut
which resuhetl in his death, two days
later. He was employed by the Van
couver Transfer Co.. and while en
Kaged In unloading a dray, a runaway
team came Itetweeu biui and ihe build-in--,
crushing him against the wall.
He was removed, immediately, to the
Va.niuver hospital, where everything
that skillful hands could do was done
to save his life. His mother and
brother hasten d at ou-e to his lietlslde
but arrived too late to see him alive.
He was cousciou but a short time,
but in that time left loving messages
to his family and the asurance that
he died happy.
The remains were brought home, for
burial, and funeral services were con
ducted from the home of Mrs. lohu
Wittschen. by Uev. I.e Master, of the
Christian church, and Itev. McCuib.
of t lie Bresbyteriau church. Interment
was had In Twin Oak cemetery. .
In Its advanceil and chronic form
a cold in the head is known as Nasal
t'atarrh uud- Is 1he rec4ij;nizcd source
of otlier disease. Having stood the
test of continued successful use. Ely's
Cream Balm is recognized as a siwH-if-ic
for memhraiial diseases in the nasal
passages, and you should resort to
this treatment in your own ease. It
is not drying, does not produce sneez
iug. Price ."s cents at druggists or
by mail. Ely Brothers. Warren
Street. "Xew York, tlive up prejudice
ahd try it.
ORDER OUT OF CHAOS.
THE WOIiK OF CLEABINt; 1'
THE CAEYESTOX WUKCKACE.
PnK-eeiling ILipldly. Few
BKli"s Being Xow Found
Bailroads Work Hard.
I lea. I
CALVIXI'OX. Tex.. Sept. 17.-lb-ports,
tiled at tSeueral Scurry's head-
quarters tip to ;r o clock tuuilil. re-
jMJr'ed tlw recovery and disposition of
bin forty-live bodies during the day.
The news represctitati ves, however.
r port the burial of 13 lmdies.
Ile.iluh Orti.-iT Wilkensoh stated tcv
day that 4o jmt cent of lelris of every
description luad tweii removed from
the streets, and that no isr cent of
the dead' bodies had been disposetl of,
and !" iMr cent of carcassis of ani
mals had leen removeq from tlw
i-ily. Bur as Fue worn of ' removing
debris goes on, more bixlies are beiiig
uneartlicil evety -hour.
'Ihere is still an immense .1 iii.mn t
of work to be done in this rSjiec.t.
and in some quarters hardly an im
pression has lioeii made In the 'moun
tains of wns kage piled up 1 or '20
feet high.. The hopeful feature of the'
situation is the rapid progress !eing
made by the . railorads. in their .efforts
to retore ran cummunieai ion. 11 is
annotint-ed that trains wdl enti-r the
I' ni u licjMtt here
Are iii Trouble
Port Townseiid. Wash.. Sept. 17.
I'he fishirap nun .along Ihe siriiits or
Fuca are in trouble, and Deputy r isn
Connnissioiier Boanlman has caused
a warrant to 1h issued for th arrest
nf B. A. SalHirrg. Cieneral .Manager
for the Putrcf Soiiml Packing, Co.
SlKrMT Smith, of Clallam comity pass
ed through here on his way to Fair-
haven -to make the arrest. Jteverai
traps have lKen put in inside tlie
thre' mile limit t tlie niotitJis of the
lloko ami Elwlui rivers.
DEWFrr IS DEAD.
Bor leader Killed
TTip to EnroiH'.
New York. Sept. 17. M is rumored
in Johannesburg that t.enerai i nris
IN THE WEST!
Roosevelt Speaks to Enormous Audi
ences in Montana.
WILL GO TO IDAHO AND UTAH
Chairman Hanna Talks Plainly to a
finmher of Baalnesa Men Sil
ver Still the Iasce.
HELnXA, Monit Sept. 17.-Tbe
Roosevelt ; special arrived here at H
o'clock today, where the night was
spent. Tomorrow niorning the party
will leave for Butte, making hort
toi at Basin. Boulder and Clancy.
He will proceed from there to Dillon,
Lima: Pocatelh. Idaho; Ogden ansl
S.1U I-i ke City. Two meeting were
leld here this evenlnc. Even this ar-rangenM-nts
did nt permW all to bear
who wanted to get In.
IIAXXA IX EARXEST.
rtdesiro- TSent. 17. Senator Ilaana
e-nfennine.1 . t wenty-flv- leading bnsl-
of Chli8a at ,UBebeoB
tiau fe We, the5 Btier guerrilla, was
killed on the 7th Inst., near IVtsclief-stlf-oom.
says the landau correspou
dent f tlie Tribune,
All doiilrts as to Mr. Kmger's inten
sions of pro-eHng to Euro, are, now
at res. Iu. reply to a telegra tu I sen
by t lie Exrress. the Transvaal Con
ul Oneral stated that the. object of
Mr. Kruger's proosel Emoea!i trip
was itersoual ami not Klitical. The
voyage was to le maile for the sake
of his lieakh. Mr. Kruger decliue! to
say wltether .lie UKMiieut was op
Rrtuue for a statement of a poli ileal
THE STBIKE BECIXS.
It Is I'nkuown
How Many Men
uiin h talked of
Pa.. Sept. 17. The
strike of the anthra
cite mine workersin the coal regions
of Pennsylvania, uiiikf the auspices of
the I'nited Mine Workers of America
and which aflects alnuit H.".inx nuion
and tiou union workers, was practical
ly heguu. today' and the rejNrts re
celved from the various ststioits indi
cate! that, on Monday niorning, when
the jstiike otlicially liegitis. according
to the strike order issued by President
Milcliell or the "Mine Workers I'liion.
very few. .of the eolleries will be ill
.luist how many iiicu will o1h.V the
strike onler can only be conjectured.
IaiKcrne. Lackawanna. .-Schnykill. fur
Imiii and XorthuhdM-rlaud counties,
(tigs are. presage a struggle t"!veeu
where the most imjtortant coal vvork-the-.tqMTJitors
and their men. twM
ma my fear may lead 10 disturbance,
and perhaps worse. ,
ROBERTS COES HOME.
Iondon. Sept. Ii. The Ph'termar-
ktzliiiTg. correspondent of tin
Da 11 v
Mail announces that Ioh! Boberts
will start for England about Octoher
THE MIXI.'; STBIKE
In the Country.
, Hazelton. Pa..' Sept. 17. President
Mitchell, of the L'li
njtd Minie Workers.
ne following state-
tonight gave out
Inforiai.xtion recciviil up to loni?ht
shows that 112.0O mine workers are
on a strike in tlie anthraite region.'
of this 11 11 nil n-r 72.0041 an in district
Xo.l; r.oot , In district No. :J. and
1o.om in dlsrriet No. 7.
""KejHUils rs-elvd are to the effect
that a larjre number of those, who
Mfcent to the mines today, will join in
the suspension tomorrow. Tlie 1111111
1t of iri"t now out 011 .the strike ex--m1s
th;bt of any other industrial con
test in the history of our country.
The Appetite oT a Coat
Is envied by all poor dyspeptics
whose Stomach arml Liver are out of or
der. All such should know that Dr.
Kin-g's New Life Pills, flic wonderful
Stomach and Liver Remedy, gives a
splendid appetite, sound digestion and
a regular bodily habit that insures per
fect health and great energy. Only 25c.
at Dr. STOXJ-rS drug stores.
A loy"s imposition alwiut a cow:
The cow is an animal witli four legs
on the underside: the tail Is longer
than the leg but not used to stand on.
only to kill flies with. A cow has big
ears that wriggle on their 'hinges, so
does, her tall. The cow is bigger than
a calf, but not so big a an elephant;
she is made small so slie can get. in
to the barn when no IhmI.v's looking.
Some cows are black and some hook:
black cows .'give white milk the same
as white cows. Milkmen sell milk, to
liny tlM-ir wives and children clotlw-s.
that they put water and chalk iu. Cows
chew cuds, aud each linds . his own
Onr,hdy lives must win a new world's
wise man loses nothing If he but
at the f'nioii Itigue Club, tolay. af
ter which he made a short sj-eech.
The drirt of the Sen.i tor's talk was
that the business men of the country
are as much lnter-sted In this election
as thev were In l!, ami that they
honld take as active a iart hi it as
they did fotlr years ago. He caution
ed them that the only "danger to !
pul ! lean sur-cess was ovT-eontidetice
and ' apatli5 on tlie part of the men
who are iut accustomed to take an
active part in isdltics. and wanneil
his hearers that Bryan .was a much
a free silver man now as he was four
years ago. ILinna's appeal was, that
his auditors wake up and go to workf
Iu4alking of the purine of the gath
ering. Senator I la una said:
"I wanted to wake hem np. and I
gues I did before I ffot through."
XAMED A BEPCHLICAX. .
Denver. Colo Spt. 17. The state
Republican convention today nominat
ed Frank C. Oondy for Governor.
Condy was one of the Odora-lo dele
gate, who walked out of Republican
Xatkmal kin vent Ion with Senator
Teller in iSMi. He declared toady that
he was hT loyal to silver, but that
this question had Iwen taken out of
this : campalffp by i the Democratic
party.-. . . ,i '. . .'.
" JCXES OK ARKAXSAS. ,
Washington. Kept. 17. -Senator
Jone. of Arkansas, chairman of the
Detiaocra4ic Xatkmal committee 'left
here tonight for Xew York. The Sen
ator espi-esed himself tonight a
honefnl aocces In XoTcmber. Tlie
out took la Xew York mate, he said,
wa Tery promising from a Democrat
ic tandpoint. He iahl Mr. Croker
ra "contUlently eXeetant t a Dem
ocratic majortty tf loo.ooo In Oreater
Xew -York. - x . . 1 - - - - '
Splendid Attractions in ; Agricultural and
Good Program of Races -Yesterday's Racine, in a Heavy Track, Wat
Fine Today the Newspaper Men of Oregon Visit the Fair in
a Body Large Crowds. .
The Oregon State Fair opened at ii
o'diH-k yesterday morning for the
fortieth annual exhibit ion. with . a
gloomy prospect, so far as the. weath
er condilions were concerned, a heavy
rain causing a feeling of disappoint
ment among mcmlicrs of the hoard,
exhibitors, horsemen. patrois ami )'
public generally, but in spite of tikis
drawback, the enthusiasm of all, who
passed through tlie gate at the Fair
1 "rounds, was soon at a fever heat
when tlie splendid Hue of exhibits
hurst li'ion itheir view. Aud when, at
about 0 o'clock, the rain ceased, tlie
clouds parted and -Old Sol" in all his
glory burst upon the scene, all be
;aino cheerful, and congratulated
themselves and the Board upon the
tin every part of the Fair (J rounds
there were busy scenes. The secre
tary's titlh-e was crowded with exhibit-
"rs and owners of racing stock ikt-
'tuftiiiir rilwiir nrpniiriitntiMt uL-nxr fni
information. arraiiKliiig iletails and at
U udiug'tothe Uiou-aiiil and one things
necessary lobe arranged In-fore tlie
arrh al of large crowds that came later
in tlie day. and will continue to come,
throughout the "week to feast their
eyes on the -splendid exiuiuts siiown
in every department, and to witness
the speed contests, the best ever seen
on Ime Oak track in its history, or,
in fact, in the. Pacilic Xorthwxt.
The show on the Fair Crouiuls Is a
record breaker, a Kleiidid exhibition
Ihe like of which lias never before been,
wttncssiil in Oregon, or. for Ilia mat
ter in tlie Paeitlc Xorthwest. and not
only the state of Oregon, but the. ad-
joining stall's of t'allfornia. Washing
ton. Idalio. Xevada. and soine others
have contributwl live stock, poultry
and outliers of their product to com
pete ttrr priaes. and to attract the won
der and admiration of the- itooplo - of
Oregon, who. hi numlicrs 'exceeding
all former years, an- lu attendance at
this -ears exjiosifion.
In tlie Pavilion, exhibitors of all
kinds were in the early mdrnlng hours
busily engaged in the completion of
the arrangement of their exhibits.
touching up here and there, and dis
playing their wares to better advan
tage. In tlie art department. . Mrs.
Edytli Tozier-Weathcrred. the sti-ior-intendeivt.
had everything in apple-pic
order, a splendid line of -oil- paintings,
and nil the elcetras of the depart
ment, lielng in place ind attracting
the wtmiler and admiration of the
crowds of sight-seers that came later.
Tlie seven county exhibits, and those
of the Corvallis Agricultural CoJlege
and the Chemawa IndWiu Sc1kk1 were
Is'ing completed, and the sliow they
pn'wnteil to the visUors was one that
taught 11 valuable lesson 011 the great
strides Oregon ha taken, in reenit
years, in agriculture, horticulture and
stock raising. Tin machinery hall, the
dairy department and the stalls for
the liYe stock were also crowded With
visitors all day. and all were loud iu
their praises of the exelleiit showing
During the forenoon Brown's Band
del1ghtel the visitors with a choice1,
program of musical numbers, and all
went .'merry as a marriage bell.
During the forenoon, notices were
Issued to tlie tock men. by Dr. .Liiih-s
Withycomb. th suiferlntcirwlent of the
live .s-tock department, advising the
owneis of 4xhIbitlon stock tlmt ail
animals entered would Is required to
paraik- 011 WedtkcsdHy, Thursday and
Friday, from 11 a- m. to 12 noon.
During the . afterniton President
Welimng made tlie fliinouncenwnt that
on tomorrow (Wednesday) aftlernoon
the largest and tlie smallest stallions
now on the ground. Would be on ex
hibition lief ore the grand stand. This
will 1k a splendid exhibition of fine
breediivi hors4s. and every Iwcr of
goo.1 horsefiesh should 1k In -the grand
stand to fce thes two splendid aul-
nials, the two extreni's In size.
The grand stand had a fprlnkling
of si-ec-tMti-TS.n few huiKlnil (x-ople who
came out to 4 he first racing f the
meet. When the first race was called
at 2 p. in., the fair sex predominating,.
while several hundred men tood In
the space Is ween tlie track And grand
stand. Brown's Band in tlie gram I
stand, discoursed sw4et music. Uk
instrumentation being superior to t In
ordinary race track music, and Was
much enjoyed ami appreciated by the
spectators. Tlie track was muddy.
especially on the atretrh. when tlie
first race were called, but the sun
and a sharp tonth wlnl jtoon ilrleil 1t,
so 1 hat by tlie rnhldle of the after
noon, tlie roadway wan in excellent
rendition, ami the rsu-lns was nty
crwlUable before the afternoon liad
Iassrl. rjie crow wa gooi naturco.
ami. the few delays that are Inevitable;
in tlx nrst tiay 01 mm, eansi'ii
r-ry little. 'if any, dissatisfaction. A
nllglit delay wa caused when the
horses came out for the second heat
of the 2 year-ohl trot, by an injury
to Wawyer'a atilky, bnClt waa anon
repaired.1 the judge having given
Sawyer lime to repair hi rig.
The work on the track, while alow,
attracted moth attention, and- the in
terest was as great among tlie specta
tors. a- thongh. tlie racing was on av
rood tracks unHer more favorable con
WlM'ii the races were railed the fd
lowing mined oftlt-ers were -In ' the
Judges' t-!and: .1
Judges-t'has. A. Willis, of l'ort
Iand. Hols-rt Leighlon. Vancouver. B.
C. lion. Geo. Chandler, Baker Clly.:
Timers -Ceorire - Collins.- Salem, aivl
B. B. Stewart, SjKkane.
Clerk of the eoursi Frank Davey.
Tlie decisions of the judge were
generally received with sa4lsfacllon.
by t.h tqiectators. Mr. Willis, who
actetl at starter, lielng especially for
tunate lu winning the. approval of the
Impartial Kjieetator. ; when he 'show
el the horsemen. 4 ha 4he rules must
posed to enforce their orders; and
when the horsemen one realized ...this
and Ketthd down to business, there.
was little ground for compliant on ac
count of unnecessary delays.
PACIXt;. 2 YEAU OLDS.PFUSE
The firs race calhd was the pace
for 2 year olds lx-st 2 In :. purse "fltio.
The drivers Ik'sIii to score, and in a
few minutes after the race w;is called
wiic sent off in splendid Khajs con
sidering "Ihe awfull 'condition of Ihe
truck. The heat was a Jog. fat time
lsinjr entirely oirt of the question. It.
11. Huston's Itoliert IL. driven by
Mosher won the heat, with L.Blohefs
Zulu. Tryne, driver, comiiii; In second,
and C. A. Wallace's Oregon . Mm hi,?
third. Time. 2 M 7. The time by iiU'ir
ters was: 41. l:l.i, Loii. 2:47.
The second heat was a iMMIcr ex
Ulbitlon of work by the young pacrs.
The first li.i If was slower tlwiw tii
first heat, but the pacers came down
the fdretch at excellent spid. making
the last 4(11.1 rler lit 40. ltoberl II.
won the heat "anl race, with Zulu
Heeotul. and Oregon Maid third. Time,
'2:43. The time by 'juariersl was,
4:, 1:24. 2:iCi, 2:4:;i. ;
TBOTTIX-O. 2 YEAB OLIS, Pl'ItSlJ
' fioo. - -
Tlie first heat of tlie trot for 2 year
olds was onlhMl following" the first
Iteat of the 2-year old pae. wltli four
herses 011 Ihe track. .L i'. Mosher's
Kalh-Alen. M osher, lrlver; Van de
Vanfer's Chief S'attle. lawyer; Win."
P-o-jne's iH'wey. Klger. and T.M'Coii.'t's
firaoie Dell. Stetson. Mosher ami
Sawyer were, each? 20 iMMtods over
weight. The horses scored a number,
of times lef ore gelling off Dcwcy be
ing slow in coming to .the jxist. They
finally got off, ami Jogirod around
the track. The colts made desperate
efforts. Kath-Alene lending until the
stretch was rench-d when she broke,.
Sawyer wiiwiing the heat, with lvath.
Alene weeond; tirade Dell, third, and
Dewey fourth. Time :5U. TIm time
by quarters was, !7iL., i:'.V2, "2A1:
The seond heat of this race was
made In a I It tie liener time. Kath
Aiene winning out In .'5 minutes flat,
wltii Chief Seattle scond. Dewey
thh-l and Cracle Dell fourth. Time,
3;00. The time by ipiarters was, 4,
l-.'Jo'ii. 2:1 iVj and :i:00. II -
In the third heat the young trot
ters got an excellent start, and .made
a good mile, Kuth-Aleiie and Chlif
r Seattle coining down- the stretch neck
aiid neck. Si'allh" broke coming down
, tlie stretch but recover-il and it liMik-
ed like a dead heat, when the (wo
came under the wire almost neck and
neck. Kath-Aleiro Ayiiuiiug the heat
and race, Chief Seattle second. Crude
Del! third, and Dewey fourth. Time
2:."i.'. The bent by quarters was. 4I'K.
1-2.-.. 2-'Ct. :
TltOTriXli, 2.-2--H CLASS, PURSE
f 100. x
The. trotting race, 22.' class.Ti In 5.
for a purse of $ii was ca I led follow
ing tlie second heat of the -2 year old
trot. Five horses were entered for
this evnr, as follows: Chris Simp
son's Phil X.. Mimpson, driver: ti. B.
McAnlley's Kiltie "Tout Ion. biiuls.it;
II. Jackson's Sunrise, Jackson; C. W. .
Knhler's Volo. Heller: W. II. Boyd's
Bitter Root. ChUds..: Tin horws fctart
ed off nicely for. the first heat, mak
ing an excellent exhibition of speed
on tlie heavy track. Jackson lauding
Snnrlse under the wire In 2'JlVj, with
rhil X. aecond. Bitter" Ibst -third.
Kitty Caotioik. fourth, and Volo shut
onf. Time. 2J1V5- The time br par
tera was. 404. l;Br',. l-riTi, 2 -IP,.
Tlie tveond heat was devoid of any
sieclaJ fea tures. only that It was the
fastest heat In the race. . The heat
was again won by Sunrise, with Bit
ter Root aeeond. Thil X. third and
Kitty Caution fourth. Time 22M. The
tlmeliy 4piarter4 was ?,U. 1:15, l:lU7i,
The third quarter was a splendid er
liltlon of racing. Tlie horses had a
good start, and made the mud fiy In
great shafte, Sonrlso again winning.
Tlie beat and consecfuently the race,
was won by t Sunrise, . with.
Phil X. a. clout" - aecofid. Kit tie
Caution and BiWer Boot, coming In
third , and fourth fully
tj,e rinr. Time. 22i'i.
fifty fi-et in
The time by
quarter was. ZHVt. 1:1-'. 11'. '2f2U.
The raic waa awarded to Sunrise.
Hell Is full of
161 KUnd Ton H?t A'wm EoscT.
(- Fine printing. Statesman Job Office.