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Editor Statesman:' T -
So much has4een written about the ' water
cure' practiced in a few cases by a portion of
our army in the. Philippjne. Islands, on the
insurgents, that many readers are desirous of
knowing what t lie treatment really is, and
whether it has any. relation to hydropathy, 'as
(me of the many ''pathies''nsed throughout
the land in the cure of maladies incident to
the human family. The testimony before the
Senate committee of investigation was to the
tflVet that the "cure" was extremely crueL
The operation in one. case was as follows :
The man was stripped to the waisL ljis hands
were tied behind him, and he was tnade to
stand under a tank that held about one hun
dred gallons of water. Hiss mouth was plac
itd directly trader the, faucet and held open
- ko as to eotnpfl him to swallow the water that
was allowed toT escape from; thei tank. A
surgeon was conveniently near. Over the vic-
tun stood an interpreter, who repeated one
"word which seemedto be the) native equivalent
of 'confess.'-- .When at last the man agreed
to tell what he knew, he was released. On his
refusing to give the required information the
"eure'', was administered again. ' This time
.the man was not stripped, but was taken back
to the building, and the. water, brought in a
five-gallon - can;, one end of a syringe was
placed hi it And the other in the man' mouth.
As he still refused to answer) second syringe
- was brought and one end 'or it placed jn the;.
Vnah's'nose.'! lie' still refused,'andi a handful
pOait "'was;put in ith&Cwatery j Thte;had,thi
dkirel! ieffect.' The "witness "said 'tlie f ietini
fctriigglf.dt fiercely "whil undergoing, the cure,
and his eyes were bloodshot hut thatithe next
day when he saw him he perceived no ill ef
fects f the "dose' received. ;
A, returned private soldier, though not be
fore the ' Senate committee relates what he
saw of -the water "cure in the island of Samar.
If the native refused to give the information
- required, his hands were tied behind his back I
-ahd he . was pinned;1 face upward, on the
What It Is and The History of the ImWmah Pratt ice
ground. The neck of , a broken bottle was I ing the accused in criminal cases, to the mani
fest advantage the common law.
;The Jaw. of Franee (says Sir John), in
offenses criminal, whereupon death depend
eth, is not content to convict the party ac
cused . by witness jpt by; the testimony, of
false persons innocent blood should be con-
1 . i . -r . . . 1 ' I iL a j
uemneu. jui inai law emxracm ntiucr iu iur
oent such offenders with racking, until they
1emselve:.e6nfess their own fault, rather
than by the deposition of witnesses, 'which
many times! through the wicked affections,'
and sometimes by the subornation of evil men,
are irived to perjury. Upon this, and such
like warnings, offenders and suspected persons
are in that kingdom afflicted with so many
kinds of torture, that my pen aVorfeth. to'
put themiii writing. For some are stretched
out upon a 'horse in sueh manner that their
sinews break and their veins gush out streams
of blodU. ) A gain I others have many great
weights hanged 'at their feet, whereby their
limbs and joints are dissolved and unloosed.
Some also have their mouths so long gagged
open tilFsufeh ah abundance of water be pour
ed in tlut-their belly, swelleth like a hill, to
the intent that then the belly lieing pierced
with some boring Instrument the water. may
issue and spout out thereat, and at the mouth
like a stream, not much unlike a whale, which,
when he hath supped' up and swallowed down
a great juantity of sea water, with herrings
and other' small fishes',, glisheth out the same
water again as high as the: top of a pine tree.
My pen is both weary and ashamed to re
hearse theoutrageousness of torments devised
in this behalf, for the number would . ifill a
small volume.' ' But who is ' so hardhearted,
who being once released out of so cruel a tor
ture, thou gh he be innoeent and faultless,
wotild'not yet rather accijse Tiimseif of all
kinds . of offenses than again, to commit him
self to theintolerable, cruelty of the torment
once tried, ,, and had not rather die at once
- (seeing that death is the end of all miseries')
than so often to be, killed, and to sustain so
many hellish furies more painful than 'death
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forced into his mouth, and water poured in,
sometimes to ithe amount of several gallons,
which swelled the native's body to twice or
three times the natural size. Then he was
rolled on the ground and the water got .out,
and the process was repeated. The native, of
course, resisted, and the soldiers rubbed the
broken bottle-neck across his mouth, lacerat
ing the flesh and breaking the teeth and leav--ing
the man's, face covered with blood. After.'
th water euro was over the prisoner was gen-,
erally shot. . ; " '
These severities were inflicted as a deserved
punishment for the horrible barbarities prac
ticed upon oar wounded soldiers and prison
ers taken , by . the insurgent Filipinos, and .
while they are not justifiable by the laws of
honorable and civilized warfare, yet we should
be careful not to judge our soldiers too harsh
ly for the disposition to retaliate upon the
treacherous . and barbarous wretches against
whom they are fighting, for the unheard-of
cruelties practiced. by the latter. :
The-'water cure is not an American in
vention, but it was found in use in the Philip
pine Islands, and our soldiers probably adopt
ed it as an efficient remedy. It was earried
there by the Spanish'conquerors, and is a sys
tem of forture devised by the so-called "Lat
in" races, having been ised Jn Fraricey and
probably in Spain, hundreds of years ago. . Of
this fact wehave evidence in writings of Sir
John -Fortescue,-once -chief, justice to Henry
VI.,of England; about the middle of the fif
:eenthcentury; During he civil wars in Eng-1
landj between tha Ifouses! of York and , Lan
caster, he traveled in France as " tutor4 1
( Prince; Edward, 'son of lenrjrVI.-- In orderr
to instruct the young prince in the knowledge!
pf the laws of the kingdom' over which he
might one day be called to reign, he wrote a
little treatise (well known) on the Praise of
the Laws of England. In one chapter he in
stitutes a comparison between the civil law
(at that time the law of France) and the com
mon law of England as to the manner of try-
.a-X V It's ' V-'- - -" -'W-'-'-'- V w .
. for Infants and Children,
Tho 'JTJndpaltave 'Always Uought has borne tbe slgna
turo of OiaWlI-iFlctcker, and lias been made under his
personal supervision for over SO, years. Allow no one y
to deceive you lii this. Counterfeits, Imitations anl ,-'
Just-as-ood are but Experiments, and endanger thoy
heal tli of Children Experience agaizt lliperiment.
'The Kind You Have AlwaysBought
Iiears the Signature of
' ': In
Uise For Over 30 Years. '
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Salem; Qr.f May 15.
' EOR ASSAULT
llarry AlexaiideB f f Cfiiirgtd
: - With Assaultin & F.1I
florgisoa fct - 0 j
taxing luxuries and protecting- domes
i tic industries, proved greatly prefera
ble to the tariff for revenue onlif sys
tem & a revenue( producer. ' h .
Under, tb Dteg-ley taciff nearly one
hatf of the imports are .nort-dwtiaWe.
Ho taiiff duties are ievled xi&m artk;hs
6f exclusively 'forlg irotuctfd tlit
!;areusel In domestic manufacture.- The
latest bulletin: of, the 'Treaauryt Boreeu
of "Sta.tisttcs'datedt Mays;H902. ahowa
that for the n4ne month endirtr with
MArch"nwnufacturer'" materials' form
; abont 4& per" cent xf tlie irrana'itotal:
being- $319,192,429 out of a tota of 878,
. .v,. , .".9M' Of thl 4 percent the-peat-
trfOXTHB BIQ4 DUIDGE SUNDAxi t portion f noU-dntlable.-'lAahony the
2fiaMT-MOROISON ON ,BI8 .WAT. Ii!lrtl05 -?l?iC
IIOMB FROM CHtmCTI , "WITH
TWO ; LApipSWILL IJAVE ' 'A
'1IKABINO TODAT. ?V, .'V ,
v A warrant was ssued out of Justice
of the TVace O'Donald's court yester
'day for the arrest of Harry Alexander
upon the charge of assault and battery
elleged to have been committed upon
ct ho person of Ell Morgison. ' 1
; Alexander was taken Into custody
by Constable J, II. Lewis and later waa
released, having- furnished bond In the
sum ot$lOO forhi appearance iq court
at .X &rm. today when the case Mr ill be
heard. It is alleged that the a.ult
was committed on lata Sunday evening'
while Mr.. Morrison. war crossing the
bis; bridge an his way ; home; from
church, being accompanied " by .two r
ytuns; ladies from Polk county. '-'
manufactures In, the nine, monthsead-
ing with 'March. .' last were chemlaM
worth" oyer m.OOC,OO0,x nearly ' an " of
themn the free listj'rtw silk,' Vtfrth
fibres; J rienrty OOy-.QOT),1 ' . mostly rion
drutiaible; copper, nearly : t&.tlQO.OQQ,
'mostly nonndutiabie;. . India nib
ber nearly . .H?,0000.000, , wholly ., nont-.
dutiable; wooij, -manufactured nearly
$14,000,000, almost wholly noj-dutiabIe;
tin. iq pigs, etc, $13,500,000 wboHy non-
Ad of these articles,' and many oth
ers, have come ln practically free of
duty for the benefit of domestic Indus
trial production. In addition to those
articlM already enumerated, we re
ceived In 1900 coffee of the value of
$52,508,000, and tea, of the value of $10.-
500,000. Both coffee and tea. are on the
free Mst rUnder a tariff for revenue
only none 'of these articles would come
isln free of duty. All woul be taxed
alike, whether they be articles' of ne
cessity or articles of luxurj-;. whether
cdmpetltive of non-xMMnpeUthge; wheth
er crud or flDtshedT whether needed
for use In dtomestto manufacture or en
tering1 tnt0 competition with our : do
mestic production, j Bw tmi frorri
: ,1. CAMPBELL
Becomes the Head 6f the State
' University at Eu
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SETH HAMMER'S ESTATE
rSAl- REPORT FltED BY THE AD-
i MINISTRATOR TESTElRDAT-i '
: J " ' OTHER ORDERS 1 "
HIS. RKSlGATJtpN' HEA OF
THE PTATB NORMAL, SCHOOL,
. ACCEPTED BT THIS) ' BOATlD OF
i REGENTS TESfBRDATi- ' "
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; i President Vr L. CampbelC fof -many
yara at the head of the State Normal
School at Mqnmouith, : and "one of the
learfing amj most popular, educafprs .in
the - state, of Oregon, has accepted' tha
rJTealden'cy of the6tate Unlyerslty at
Eugene andrwifl suoceedi to that posi
tion, now, held ty Presid-ent Knonk
Strong aft the Eugene school, at the end
of the present school year. ' - i
jj John Hufehes erdayiled his final
aeccfunt in tue jytarton county probate
court, ypoja , the estate of Seth R. Han
mer, creceased,.of which, he Is admlnlr'
trator, showing-:; , e j. y-; ;;.-.;? $- I
I he whole amount received from .f-
. from aU( sources ....,,tv$X6Hil2
AdMeunt disbursed 4 -v.. 1634.1:
iAsnount of , claim not, filed, for "
. or4 jcit, ptt xundsv t . . 268. 51
AipoAintf Lf r 'cjAlmm presented , rt,
- ana anowea ....,...,..... 2192.94
Claims unpaid for lack, of fun4 498.821
The adminlsttor prayed for an or--
aer ot tne cou,rt;ttxins; a, time for near
in saM accQunr -
Mary V Ebersole flied her final de-
coonh trpon the estate of John FV! 'FThrri-
soje; deceased. Showing-; that the estate
naa Deen runy settled up and the court
set Saturday, June 21, 1902, as the date
for hearing' the final account. .
W. If. Byrd fiied, his annual rmort
as aroardian of the estate of Georare C.
is. Musser, a minor, showing- that all
money received on said estate has ben
L t , K..rV,-lT. " V s: t;'j
xrs, ir rx n b b7! i- n ifir I
BLACK STALLION .
Welcht 11M) pound.
Six yean old.
SIRED BT MoC LAX A HAN 23427, on f Ror "Wilkes 2:06. ' '
i - rirst dam, Ml II A GOLDPUST, ; by Pedro 2904 2:25.son of Idol 44. sire
-Fldol 2:0412, etc. Second dam FAN NT GOL.DDUST; by GuidellSr, sire of
IS-lams of 17 inthe UU .Thira dam; KIT, by Goldduat 150, sire of Lucille
Go;ddasL.:16U; Fleety -GoWdust 3:2. etci i U : - r ' '
j'IlROAXZIBAKT ne of the finest staliions' 4n - the stated -and with but
" little hadUngshow8 himself .to be a very promising trotter. He.wlfi-.be
allowed itoserve, few mares at. - ? ' - if .?'.'.'.. )
yi $20 BT .THE. SEA SO N.f WITH XTSllXi RETURN PRIVILEGE.
' I invite breeders te oorae - and
nares elsewhere, y ,r. '
sco tills horse ibeiore breeaing-their
W.'O. TRINE. FAIR '-GROUNDS. OK.
J ; ;r-. r ; ,. ;. , : : ' ' i ':t ! . ; ... T7T" : ' TT T
GAPJAIN JONES :29663
; - Sire at Lady, Jones 2:46 (In the mud.) ' , '
WIXXEfc DFrnK TWO-YEAR-OLD JROTTINUJ STAKE AT TH BtATB FAIR LAST TEAR.
RlMinf A tn fho -J Ift lir. "49 in' the 2:15 list, is la the 220 list. At 14 ruriol lie.- L'neausiled '
by nr nfreof bitj;e. - - T ' ' '.
. - First dam MIiiiAY BELLE, by Gciper.2;14. Mrs of Oaeelle 9 Xl4, Mte Jni 2:12, and
otbern. - i. . - , : . - I -. . ! "'..' A ' . ' "
Second dam BRIAR BKI.LK (dam or MrKMcr i:M) py von w nicca 2 2f son oi Aicyono. . -Third
dam by Mambrino Faiehen, SSi, the great brood-mare aire.
Foortb dam by Almost 3S, loo niter ot Ihe Alssost laintly. , V
CAPTAIN JONES ia a blact ilallion foaled in I3J stsiida 15.1 hand a. weicbi 1100 Tonnda. haa
perfect trotting action and promiia to be a irreat fire sf high rla liorae. lie it McKinney a
bent t r.tl aon and a pronounced aire of ottiforu lot of colla. CapUUn Jones will anake the seaaou '
of 1902 a follnwa : ' h ' t
IBVINUTON PARK; FORTLA P. FEB. 1 TO Al KIL. 1, FAIK SALEM.
Allkll. 1 TO JL'LM 1.
Terms, Ssg.oo Ssason. :0 payable at time hi service, balance at ead of season.
JOHN PENDER, Fair Grounds, Salem Or.
Indorse ..Tariff foj Revwuc SSiSS 'ISUJKJTS
The Orercn Democrsts have resolved
for a 4riX for rerenuf nly," ! In this
' iuj' they "hApe to profit by Wch diaaf-
f-i-tuyn - s nay V exkjt among. .flepub'.i
.t .iu a the -".'.question; of ; i,rjtec.lon.
TJugr att4ent!y rely upon ; winning
ovi-r Wiue vyter fr'hx lhnii Mih h.tv5
allowed thnfel? to priua-1'?.!
that the Resent Urilt is too hirl.' Xt
is needleea t deny u, at th-itfh fr
tarln! tinkering; prevails to a considera
ble extent among; Oregon Republicans,
and the opportunity Is thus prestnted
of workrtiff upon the" minds' of these
wobblers and roundSns; up corwslJera-
Die numoer or them in -the Tree trade
corral. S the wont has' rone out,
."tariff tor revenue only;! "away 'with
Vrotectton;'' "rce the duties," ate,
etc. To be eur. that straw has tuen
threshed over ana over" aain, snl
everybody know, or hou:d know by
vthis time that the imposition of tt-tlfT
duties for the purposes of revenue ex
clusively is the nearest thins; pesHb!
to a ! so: lit e free trade. ' The onr step
beyondf that is the Total .abolition of
custom houses. 1,
Oppose J.tb thW Is '"the' Hepublican
doctrine of laying; a tarift that wilKnot
only provide ample revenue, but iitf
also bear heaviest on articles of luxury
ana upon articles which compete with
tfomesttd production. How we!l ,' the
Republican pSan of brovldlns; revenue
ha succeeded ma y be seen by ref errlns;
For the fiscal ear; 1S81, under te
McKlnley tariff, the. receipt from cut
toms amounted to $219,5:2, 205. ' f ;
tariff, the customs receipts fell off to
$152,153,617. decrease of $67.363,SS8.
Tr 1900. Under the Dimrley tariff,
-the custom -receipts amounted to
gain over the free trade re--celpts
for 1S93 of f78.505.tS8. : ;
It will thus be seen that the republi
can system of Tariff making- has. while
rics from -Great Britain- an- the
Continent - -would pay precisely the
same rate of .' duty. ' This i rate
would not be , protective to "the
wool arrower of Oreaon. or to the wool
manufacturer .of CorVnectlcut.-' ; Both
would, find' that ' the , settlor . price ' of
their product must be lowered to meet
th cheaper wools ami cheaper fabrics
oi. oumflt s where the labor cost of
production t k-sst P0 per cent less
titan Irv the United State. The same
rule Mntid run through the entire Hit
! ayrii uttaraJ anl manufactured pro-
.lucti - . : 1 : . ' " ' ' " '
I'n H r a tarinr for .vnue oftly the
average rate of duty would, of course,
be much lower than the rata schedule
of v tariff-which-sdmlt half of our
Imports duty free. but the total amount
of customer revenue collected would be
practically the same as now. The only
difference worfkJ be In; the details of
collection.' v Wbereaa we s new put a
tariff onarUclea Pjt Htxurjr and article
which compote with, home production;
we. should then cut. a tariff on every
thingf: there would be no fret list.: Do
mestic consurr erf -would par. as much
a they now pay , to make up the sum
totaljaf customs revenue, ;They would
get eome thlaa-s - hAper and some
things dearer, but, they would no lomjer
have'th.v satisfaction of.knowlhjf that
ihe money paid remained for the most
part in thia country. A. much larger
proportion than now would1' go out of
the country to pay. for foreign products,
agricultural ' and manufactured that
a.r now grown and- fabricated by our
own people. 8uch would Inevitably be
the practical results of the adoption oi
the tariff for revenue only program
promulgated in the Oregon Democratic
platform for 1902. Ameficanr Econo
mic. May tb
, 3 3? 0 rrilaS '
m aici tza ton Km Eri
Legal Blanks at Statesman Job Office
Legal Blanks; Btateaman Job Offlce.
Heal Brown rUall ion z nt&r. near bind foot wliife. alnl
very few while hairs on rilit front foot ; 15 3-4 hand iilgli.
llrwibyC. Y. Kmery, Forest. OttyJBtwk J-arni, Ckvelan.l,
Ohio. Fnaled June1, lHu Will make tlie season, 1 WJ,
at rthe Iletl . Front liarji, corner (Trade and Commercial
Street. BalctM. Oregon ", .. , ! ' -
III olu may be seen at Hie State fair fJrOridiJ.' ; " !
Claggett & Hatch, Props
GOOD NEWS TO HORSE OWNERS!
A URI CUM FOS HIAVCS AND DISTIM'I". ,
These celebrated powder are mads front a recipe of a noted
Prosaiaa Veteriaary Sajreoa, and bavs been tborotiKhly tsatcd -for
ths past IS years ia ibis coaatrr; ConpotH of pare Tf r
etable reiaedtes, are asaile sad sore CURE for HEAVES and all ail
menta front which heaves artae.awct. aaConsh, Cotla, DISTEMPER,
link Bye. EpUootlc, ant Loaa of Aprwtlt. As a blood perifiee
they bare no equal. Vox sale by Wholesale and fcetaii Prsg
ITiata. PrW BO rente per nackayr. Pv mall. M cent a. From
XU$SUN BE0t C0MIT. ST. fAUt MMM. Jiama this eaocs.
PRESIDENT P. L. CAMPBELL!
that late. Saturday nlght was th!
tlrrfe to undertake the repairs; .
The Board of Ttegertts ef the ' Mon
" ouiie narmu ecnooi nenx a
ineetlnjf Inr the office of Governor T. T.
0er - yesterday ; afternoon. . when - tha
formal resignation -of President Oamp-
Dea, as neaxl of the chool. was re
ceiveo. The regenu expressed their
regret at his action, and a committee
of threes conelyting of Governor T. T.
Geer. Judge L. Ftywn and Judge C. B.
Wolvertoa, was appointed to draft
rultable, resolutions of regret and a p
preclation." :: i ' . ;v t L
'A committee was alsw named, consist
ing A. Noltner, 1 Flynn, ami J. V. 13.
Butter, to inn-estigate the matter of fill
Ing the position -made vacant, and te
securev it possible, an Oregon educator
for the head of the schools. i ,
President R. S. ;Bean. of the 8tat
University, last evening announced1 the
acceptance by Professor Campbell, of
the presidency of the Btate University
to succeed Prof. Frank Strong. This
position was offered President Camp
bell two weeks ag and after consMeV-J
Ins; the matter carefully . he decided te
acceptt.'; . .;
Cheater A. Vhltmore, president rf
expended -for the benefVt of said minor
andthat there was a balance of $82.63
cash on .hand. 7
RED LETTER DAY
THE TELEPHONE SYSTEM
REPAIRS MADE LAST NIGHT ON A
, CABLE CAUSED BY A RE-
, CENT ACCIDENT.
ANNIVERSARY OF PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH CELEllRATED ON
. SUNDAY. - .
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4. ItespoiTslve Scripture Lesson. ...
5. illymn No. 7 Hymnal.
I . ' Borg Hosa'nha Jules Cranler,
Miss Whiter ' t - .-
7. ?lrd With Broken Pinion Ladies
Quartette. .-' V- ''.'..:'.'
i. jPrayer.1 '';..
9. iSong My Peace I Leave With
You -i- Chas. E.; Kinney. Mrs. Wlggfntf
The residence district of the the city
known as Yew Park, was last evening;
almost without telephone service, but
the subscribers to the local exchange
there will find their telepbopea work
ing again this morning, but an explana
tion la due them. A week ago a heavy
light wire came in contact with the tel
ephone line la East Portland, and the
current was transmitted to the. Salem
office, where It partially burnt out
the end of the cable in the local ex
change earryingtbe Yew Park wires.
Last night Manager ; Dancy arid bis
force of men cut off the rhi mi .
hewed the damaged wires, and the Yew I
Sabbath, May IS, as an -occasion of
specUl Interest, to the members and
other friends of the First Presbyterian
church. It was the i thirty-third anni
vtrsary of the organization - of the
church, which occurred May J 3, 1 863.
At 19:30 tu rn, the pastor. Rev. II. A.
Ketchum. . D.' D preached from Rev.
22:i: Blessed are they that oo His
Commandments, ' that they may have
right to, the-tree of life, and may rnter
fa through the gates Into the C;ty." ' '
wiui , iiivrri , was .a praise service
which continued y fth jiuabaJted interest
from to The choir; occupied
most Of the time,, rendering selfiti)ns
that had ben requested by members
of the congregation, but were unable
for ' want "of time to comply - with all
the requests that were made. The pro
gramme was as followsr. -
1. Organ Voluntary Mrs. Joseph
Fa ncojnier. Orchestra.
Park subscribers will today find their J Albert.
the Irwin Hodson Co, of Portland. w3!tMfrVice than it has been j 2- Invocation-By the nsior.
g f a . . , . -. - syJ- ww tw r vta asa 1 mi iaw4i - J aP ( f c I VI svavsi ij w
a Salem business visitor yesterday. had to be done, and it was thought Ion , Vhaa, iL Gabriel, Choir.
Address r Remlnlscens;s V-f
J. M. Martin.
Anthem Sing Ye, Jehovah'
W.,F: Wersth-Kiel, Choir.
Sons; 7- Eternal: Day Stephen :
Mrs. purvlne. i.
Offertory. Meditation B.
Anthem ; TThey Have Taken
My Lord" C. W. Harnngt-jn.
Duett - The Guiding S-ar
Uragdon, Miss '.White and Mr.
Steal Away Ladies' Quartette,
Mrs. Joseph II. Albert, organist.
lurches tra consisted of Ave pieces
Nellie Brown of Pprtlani. It.ss
Williams. Miss Lily Stege, lo-7
Hns; W- F. Ketchum, viola; Joseph Al
bert, 'cello: W. F. Ketchum, chair lead
J. P4 Jones, traveling passenger
agent for the Southern Pacific Com
pany. ra in Salem: yesterday, on his
way toj bis farm, near Stayton.