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Petitions Fcr Permission to
Allow a Shingle and '
' Asbestos Roof.
TO BR PLACED ON" A BRICK BUIL
DING; - NEAR , ODD 'FELLOWS'
TEMPLE: WAS , REJECTED CITY
KEOOKDER JUDAK PRSENTS HIS
MONTHLY REPORT. .
-V. Frvfea Wednesday's , Statesman,)
The 'common council' of the city met
iir regular ' session In', the - police court
- room of the city ball last evening all
members bejng present except; Alder-
man Walker, and Mayor CP Bishop
presided. . V, . ''..') '?,'J.
Upon request of Recorder N. J. Jud?
ah tne.time xor araiying tne ordinance
providing for the establishment of a
.uniform curb line in the city, was ex
The committee on licenses' reported
favorably jipon the bond and applica
tion of LeBranch.' and Roth for a re
newal 'of liquor license and the report
was adopted and the license ordered to
issue."'! y' f; -' :'C'
Chairman Rlggs. Of the committee on
streets; .a.nd public property, mafde a
yerbal ? report upon the matter, of. the
application of. E.. S.. Lamport to con
struct a brick building . on High. ; be
tween State and. Court streets, with a
shingle and asbestos roqf. to which
proceeding Chemeketa Lodge ? No. -' 1,
I. 0.; Ou F. has remonstrated, without
recommendation. ' Wl II. Holmes ad
d reused the council briefly in behalf "on
Mr. Lamport, urging ; that the council
grant the petition and "W. D. Fugh,
Mr. Lamport's architect, presented a
statement showing the somparatlve
cost of the different roofs," stating th4
difference in the cost would amount to
J9S2. . Mr. Griswold moved that, in or
der tO'-get the matter before the coun
cil the request be not granted and a
discussion followed in which it develop
ed that the council was almost unani
mously opposed and when a viva voce
vote was taken the motion was carried.
and the petition rejected.
The monthly report of City Recorder
N. J. Judah. for the month of May! was
filed, read. and adopted. The report
shows that in the justice's court there
was-one case in which $3.95 justice's
fees were collected and $2.80 constable
fees; one . case In the recorder's court
In which the defendant was committed
for five days. The miscellaneous re
ceipts -for the month aggregated a to-
Jl.452.03; total debit for May. 4L814.73;
amout urned Into treasury SHOO, and
cash on hand June 1st, $414. 8. ' The
warrant Indebtedness for May was .$1,-
10Wfc3 '.'f,-:.-r-.v.'.. :; :
- A petition from John Hughes, et aL,
for the improvement of High street;
from the. south line of State to :the
north ; line of Trade streets In-accord
ance with the. ordinance providing ior
same and establishing aT grade, was re
ferred to the committee, on streets and
public property. . . '
A petition from a number of residents
of block No. 64 to have the latteral
sewer, ; which r extended through that
block and Is represented as being In a
very bad and unhealthy condition, ex
amined and repaired, was referred to
the committee on streets and public
property with power to act. it.aevei
oped that this sewer is the one that has
been pausing so much trouble and an
order has already been made and 'en
tered for Its i "repair but was post
poned last fall until spring, i and the
committee was instructed , to Investi
gate the legal status of the case, as
some; threaten to enjoin thework. and
act accordingly. . .- r.
The recorder drew a warrant for $30
in payment f or" the painting of the oM
Yew Park engine . j house, -which"" wt
authorized a( a prevfcoua meeting, and
the council ratified hi action.
The- petition of the contractors for
the construction of M.-Klinger's build
ing on State street.' to use that portion
of State street between the car track
and the building site to "pile: material
uponV was granted with the provision
that a passage way be provided- for pe
destrians. - . ' :
Upon petition 4f the chief of the fire
"department for more sleeping apart
ments, the council authorized the de
partment to1 utilise the. room across the
hall from the present. apartments as a
sick chamber In case of illness of any
of the, members. 1 V ; - ' -
Alderman Rlggs' moved that one of
the night "policemen be disposed of as
he thought the city could get along just
as well vlth one and save that much
expense, but the motion was vigorously
opposed "and hopelessly lost.-
The committee upon "u"'
current expenses -reported favorably
upon the following bills, which were or
dered paid, and the council adjourned.
J P. Cooke tc CoVomaba.......
Pohle Sc. Bishop ........
Homey er& Headrlck ...J..
COURT IS IN SESSION
JUDQE BURNETT (CONVENES H3
DEPARTMENT FOK TUti '"j
j ' JOURNEU TERM
Department Xo. 1 of the Stae Cir
cuit Court, for Marion wuntyX con
vened In the adjourned Febroary term
and the regular June- term, yesterday,
heard motions In several cases anj
disposed of others, on the. docket' and
adjourned until I o'clock arm. tomor
row The prooedIngs of yesterday
follow: .-r'.'i-- J""-;V'
' State of Oregon plaintiff, vi Philip
Rerney, defendant; criminal; dismiss
ed by District Attorney. -
siuaeoaaer rsro., piaimm, . ---eph
Schell, defendant; for money; de
fendant's motion for Judgment on
pleading vu argued. i
Stat of Oregon, plaintiff. Vs.- Tred
Williams .and Peter Adams, defend
ants: -criminal; continued. . -,
-Lee Brown & Sons, plaintiffs, vs.. O.
Cone, defendant; for moneyi con
tinued to June term.
3. W. Ransom, plaintiff, vs. Robert
McFarlaner et al defendanU; for
money; settled. .. .
- T. M. Hurd, "plamtlff.''rs.-"Bma B.
Hurd, et. aL,' defendants; for money;
motion, of 3pIaisilitto atrike ovA part
of answer of lima B. Hurd sustained,
as; to specifications 1 and 1 and other
wise overruled. ' PlalntlfTs motion to
make the second paragraph of page $
of 'answer more specific overruled.'
PlalntffTs motion for leave to withdraw
demurrer to answer 'of lima B. Hurd
overruled- PlalntlfTs motion to comr
pet lima B. Hurf to - furnish further
verified statement sustained a'nd ,11 ma
B.( Hurd required to furnish amended
account on orbefore" June 9th., De
marrer to ansveV jd lima B. Hurd ar
gued. O. A. Bemls. rdalntiff. vs. Fred Dose,
defendant; for .money ; defendant's
motion to make complaint more pe
clflo overruled, : ,
"Edith R. Bursell. plalntifT, vau Aug
ust Llndholm. defendant; damage,
defendant's motion to strike out part
of complalnf argued. -i
Bradley & Motcalf Co-plaintiff, va!
H, Ross, defendant, for monev J.
fault and. Judgment with, order to sell
attached . property. ; 5 i ' ' -
The Ames Mercantile.. Agency, plain
tiff, vs. John Du Rrtw, t ux., defend
ants; for money;: default and Judg-.
ments" r T . 4 - - i, ,.r , :
4 D. Bowerman. plaintiff, vs. John Pat
terson, defendant: for monev. defanlt
and judgment with order to sell a.t
tacnea property. 4 i ,f
t iLouise E. Combeit, plaintiff.
Statesman Pup. Co, defendant;
money; aerendant's; motion to strike
out part of complaint ararued.
i John Hughes, plaintiff, vs. B Wa v
den. defendant.: for-money; settled.
i J. J. Dalrympler'plalntlff, vs. A. O.
Roberts, defendant; for money; set
tled. - i ... .. V j, .
.Harriett Patterson, plaintiff, 'vs.
John Patterson, et- a!., defendants:
mandate; Judgment for p'alntlff1 on
yerdict. , .
WILL SEND $2.50 f REE
' : ' . . . j
Franklin Miles, M. D, LL. B, ths Cel-
ebrated Chicago Specialist, . Will
Send $2.50 Worth sf His New
Special Treatment Fre to
Each of Our Readers. '
When an experienced' physician offers
to give away; $40.000. worth-of ta New
Treatment "for diseases of the' 'heart.
nerves, stomach or dropsy, IFTs conclu
sive evidence that he has great faith in
If. And when hundreds of prominent
people freely testify to his. unusual skill
and the superiority of hJiew Special
Treatment, his liberality Is certainly
worthy of serious consideration.
That Dr. Miles is one oJ- the world's
most- successful physicians Is proSren by
hundreds of testimonials from well
known people. One patient cured "after
failure of eleven Grand Rapids physi
cians, two after -being givertup by ix
and seven Chicago physicians, another
after nine leading doctors In New York
City, Philadelphia and Chicago failed.
1000 testimonials sent upon request.
.The eminent Rev. W. Bell. D. D' of
Dayton, O., Gen. Sec'yV of Foreign
Missions, writes editorially In The
State Sunday School Union: "We de
sire 1 to state that from personal ac
quaintance we .know Dr. Miles to be a
most skillful specialist a man' who has
spared neither labor nor 'money ( to keep
nimseir aoreast or the. .great advance
ment in medical gclence." " Th? late
Prof. J. S. Jewett,-M; D.7 wald: "By all
means publish t . your surprising re
sults.' Prof. - J. P: Ross. M. D.. Exr
Pres; of Rush Medical College, ' wrote
In 1874: "Dr. Miles has taken -two
courses of my private Instruction In
diseases of the heart al , lungs." Mr.
Truman DeWeese, editor ' Chicago
Times-Herald" J states: "Dr. Miles 1
cured me of "years of Inherited head
ache and dlzxlness." ; The well-known
manufacturer: of FreepOrt, 111.. J. , C
Scott, says: "l had fruitlessly spent
thousands bf dpllara on physicians until
I consulted Dr, Miles." r Mrs..:. Frank
Smith, :of Chicago, writes: "Dr., Milea
cured me of dropsy 'after fire leading
physicians: had given me up." i
This new, system of Special Treatment
is throughly scientific and immensely
superior to the ordinary methods.
As all' afflicted readers ' may have
$2.50 worth of treatment especially pre
pared for their case, free, vj would jad-
rise mem' to sna ur it at once, ao-
dress DrT i Franklin Miles, 201 to ' 203
State St.. Chicago. Mention this paper.
r Smith's Dandruff Pomade.
stops itching scalo upon application
three . to six removes i alk dandruff and
will stop falling hair.' Price C0c, at all
druggists. - ; ; j--.-V , '
j DEATH OP BAIN BRIDGE- .
NEW YOR, June 2. Absolem Rug
Bain bridge, who at oru? time was un
der sentence of death for assistance he
was charged' with having " given ' John
Wilkes Booth, while - the latter was
making his escape after assassinating
President Lincoln, la dead from apo
plexy at his home In this city. Mr.
Balnbrldge w as bom tn Virginia , in
1845. 1 r He entered ; the Confederate
Army undsr Colonel Mosby when he
was 1( years of nge and at the dose
of the war held the rank of Lieutenant.
When Colonel ' Mosby's command was
dispersed Balnbrldge and a cousin.
Major Ruggles, who died In thbJ city,
two weeks ago, were on their way
home, when they : met, . Booth, whom
they unwittingly assisted to cross the
rtver. The young Lieutenant and his
cousin Were arrested and sentenced to
death, but . subsequently were released.
oregon posiofncea vuy,-. . 4
"NOTHING" SUCCEEDS. X.
The Oregon Fire Relief Association
has been a success ever since It began
business in January, 1895. and Is now
growing faster than ever before.
. Its annual report of December 81.
1901, shows a tet gain In amount'of in
surance In force of $2,628,787, which Is
50:per cent "more than the net gain of
any prevloua-year. : s it paid 185losses
during the year amounting to $23,600.
It is strictly a mutual Institution
Which furrdshes the best of v' j .
Firs Insurance at CotL
' For further particulars, address A. C.
Chandler, secretary McMinnvIlle, Or
egon, or If you resIde.Jn-Marlon county,
call on or address- II. A. ' Johnson,
(agent) Salem, Oregon.
' Filthy Tsmplis in India. '
Sacred cows Often defile Indian tem
ples, but worse yet Is . body tbat's
polluted by constipation. - Don't 'per
mit It. Cleanse your system with Dr.
King's New Life Pills and avoid un
told misery- They give lively livers,
active bowels, good digestion,' fine ap-
-petlte; Only Z&c at ur. bione surug
Stores. - "... .
DEMISE OF N ;
Passed Away in Far-Away
Mexico After a Brief .
THE FAMILY NOTIFIED BY TELE
GRAPH ' LAST EVENING ,HlS
'END WAS NOT . EXPECTED AS
HIS HEALTH , WAS BETTER
THAN FOR YEARS - ' ,
From Wednesday's Statesman.) ,
t Mrs. Amos Strong last evening re
ceived a telegraphic dispatch from the
Montezuma' Copper Company, of Na
cozari. Mexico, to the effect that Mr.
Strong, who has spent the past several
months in the state of Sonora, Mexico,
had died at that place.
Mrs. Strong after the first shock at
the hews of her husband's untimely. de
mise, telegraphed Instructions to have
thet. remains prepared for shipment
home, and steps w ill today be taken to
secure permission to bring the body
accross the border from Mexico, to the
United States, and transport "it to this
-city for- burial.' ' . -; '
Mr. Strong left here several months
ago for Cos, state of Sonera, Mexico, to
look after some ; mining property he
owned there. About ten days ago 'Mrs.
Strong had a letter from him stating
that his health was much better there
than here, and he expected to remove
bis family to, that, country. The shock
to the family at the recetpt of the mes
sage announcing Mr. Strong's demise
last evening, can. therefore, scarce be
described. Th first telegram was fol
lowed, by a second one, announcing; the
serious Illness of Mr. Strong.? but the
date of the message showed that It had
been , sent out some hours before the
one , , announcing. that , gentleman's
death.' ' ',
AfV. Strong was Well and favorably
known as one of "Salem's prominent
business men, , and was a member of a
prominent pioneer family. He was an
enthusiastic mining man and held val
uable mining properties In many por
tions of the country. Deceased leaves-
a wife and daughter, Miss A ma, both
of this city, and a host of warm
friends Jto mourn his untimely demise.
He Jwas a charter : member of Oregon
Cedar Camp No. 5246, Modern . Wdod-
htneri of America. , ; ,
EUROPE FEELS KINDLY
THE ATTITUDE TOWARD AMERI
CA :;- IS FRIENDLY EXPERI
ENCE OF REPRESENTATIVE
WORLD'S FAIR GROUNDS. ! St,
Louis, June ,4, Writing from Paris,
Wajtter Wllliama. vWorld'S Fair repre
sentative abroad, says : T visited a
number of the large journals and In
terviewed th4 chief editors regarding
the proposed World's ' Parliament t of
Editors at Ert. Louis. ''There was ; the
most general interest - expressed - iid a
unanimous desire to attend. All agreed
toubllsh articles concernlnc the Par
liament and Incidentally the Exposi
tion and to do so now and hereafter
free, ' which, I am informed, la almost
unexampled in Parisian journalism- '
"There is the kindest feellng'tpwafd
America just now and the Exposition
will reap benefit therefrom. One bears
on all sides most cordial expressions
of admiration and good. will. - France
will unquestionably make at St. Louis
the largest, finest and most attractive
exhibit ever made by any European
country at a foreign exposition. The
press Is aiding the government to bring
this about. r
"There is general approval here of
the postponement until 1904. . Many
exhibitors, so the editors tell me, say
that while they would have been rep
resented .In 1903, they can do double
as well the following year. They" are
especially pleased, that the postpone
ment should be on account of the con
sideration shown to foreign exhibitors
and foreign nations." ; , . j .,
THE SAME OLD STORY .
BOY TRIED TOk DRAW GUN WTH
MUZZLE TOWARD HIM AND ,
NORTH YAKIMA, June 3. Albert
Mclvor. the 16-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. William McIvorjOf "this city, was
accidentally shot through ' the heart
Saturday at George Harris: she?p
camp on the . upper 'Cowychee. In
company with another sheepherder the
boy went to 4he woods 'with a rifle to
hunt squirrel. There was but one
oartrldge In the camp at" the time. It
was discovered, and they concluded not
to shoot squirrels, but save the load
for a coyote. r The gun, was stood
agalst a fallen tree while thay saun
tered) through the forest. When they
were "ready, to start home the boy went
to get the rify. He reached over th
log and grasped It by the "muzzle, and
in lifting It up the hammer caught on
a projection pit the log, causing It lo
be discharged. ' The ball penetrated
the boy's heart and killed him Instant
ly. The other herder ran to the camp
and gave the alarm, and it was some
time before-he other employe, could
realize, the extent of the .sad accident.
A wagon was obtained and the boy
was brought to. this place last night
and, taken to the family home, , -
, APPRAISER HALL RESIGNS..
NEW YORK. June 4 Chariea ll.
IlaJl. president of the Board of United
States Appraisers, hasv it is announc
ed, tendered his resignation " to. the
Secretary of the Treasury, to take ef
fect August 1st. Continued 1H health
Is given as the cause. Mr. Hall was at
one time law partner of .Chief Justice
Fuller, of the United States. Supreme
Court. . Later he was appraiser at the
port of Chicago. No announcement
has yet been made of his successor. ''.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC WRECK,
SACRAMENTO. Cal- June 4- Word
has just reached this city to the effect
that the -Oregon Express has . been
wrecked about four miles from Red
ding and that both locomotives are in
"the ditch. - Engineer White and Fire
man -Van Tassel: w re killed.. The
wreck was caused by a ; misplaced
switch, which had been tampered, with
by some unknown miscreant.- y :
POWER FOR FLAX LULL
THE MILL CREEK DAM HAS BEEN
- COM PLETED AN D WATER
- , FLOWS TODATl
G. G. Swart has completed th work
on the old Mill creek dam and is ready
to turn the water; Into the mill ra.
The repair work on the dam was prac
tically complete on Tuesday but, on
account of the manner In which the
wafer, jn passing through the head
gates of the- mill race .formerly, had
cut: in .quite deep ' underneath and
threatened "the destruction of the gate.
It waa necessary to build a brush pro
tection underneath fend this work was
finished yesterday. , ;;. - . :'.; ; ; " i .
Yesterday . afternoon Mr. Swart put
his crew to work constructing, a sort
of riprap protection to a drain ditch
which showed evidence of having been
cut: into . by the current of the race
previously, which, work was completed
last evening, and, at 8 o'clock this
morning ne flow f the creek will be
ahutoff and water turned. Into i the
Mr. Eugene Bosse has everything In
readiness at the old flouring mill where
his flax machinery is established,
waiting for the. water power and will
begin scutching the old stock of flax
on Mondayj The balance of this week
will be- devoted to getting his old ma
chinery in good running order. ' Mr.
Bosse expressed himself as being
much gratified with the manner In
which the flax crop Is coming' on. and
the condition generally, but. while the
wet weather is very beneficial to ths
growing plants, the cold weather has
to a certain degree ' retarded the
growth, bujt with plenty of sunshine in
theTfuturelhe- predicts that a. vigorous
growth' wifl be." put forth ,and the de
sired resulk realized. He Qgpects the
new set o machinwry. which has been
ordered f rOm Belgium to arrive In this
city some time in September' or la due
lime! for the new crop, . f .
THREE NEW COMPANIES
FILED THEIR ARTICLES OF " IN
CORPORATION AT THE tAP-, ,
" . ITOL YESTERDAY.' ! ; ,
At the Capitol yesterday three nev
corjxrations fded articles of Incorpor
ation. They are as follows: j
The Columbia 'Southern' Warehouse
Company will own and operate Ware
houses for the storage of grain and
other prpducts, with headquarters In
Portland, and a capital of $25,000. -
. The Enterprise Hotel Company will
conduct a Jjotel In Wallowa cbunty
with a capital of $8000. W. 'J. Funk.
W. R Holmes and E. R. Bow lby are
the Incorporators of " record. I
The Pleasant. Valley Union .Church
Association, of Gresbam, Pleasant Val
ley, Multnomah county, will own a
churchhouse for public 'worship by the
different 4 Evangelical denominations.
The estimated vaiueCof the property Is
$1508. Gus RIcheyi D. M. Cathey.
Olen Blair, G. N." Sagers and jE. S.
Jenne are the .incorporators. ' :
'M ' . HPPy Tims in Old" Towrul j
We felt, very happy'wrltes. R- N.
BevllL,j01di.; Town.' Va, !who( Buck-,
ten's AJnl9a:.Salve nolly cured our
daughter, of a baI cAse of scald head."
It dellghti alt who use' It for Cuts,
Corns, Burns, Bruises, Boils, Ulcers,
Eruptions. Infallible, for Piles. Only
25ct Dr. Stone's Drug Stores. , '
ROOSEVELT MAY APPOINT
A COMMISSIONER TO INVESTI
GATE THE ANTHRACITE
i . STRIKE SITUATION.
WASHINGTON. June 4. Frealdent
Roosevelt spent some time, this i after
noon considering the proposition of the
New York; Board of. Trade and-Trans-nortation.
that1 he' appoint a commis
sion to investigate the strike situation.
in the anthracite regions, with a view,
of affecting an arbitration of the dif
ferences jpetween the miners and oper
ators. 11 is said that the Pretident
has not decided what action he will
take In response to the suggestion. It
Is Intimated in offlcia irces, that If a
commissioner, is appointed the PreaK
drtit will look to Senator , Ilanha to
undertake the' task. : "
Bewart Of Ointments for Catarrh that
.'-'.v.-vf .Contain Mercuryi '
a mmm rv will nurelv destroy -the
sense of- smell and completely derange
the whole system when, entering- it
through, the. mucous surfaces. Such ar
ticles shoSfJa" never be used except on
prescriptions from repmaoie pnyi
cians. as the damage then y will do Is
ten fold to th good you can Doslbly
derive from . fhem.? Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney,
& Co Toledo, o;, contains no mer
cury, and Is taken internally, acting di-;
rectly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cpre be sure you get the genu
ine. It Is taken internally an dls made
in Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney &
Ck Testimonials free. (
Sold by Druggists, price Tic per bot
tle. Hall's Family Pills are the best.
qASES SET FOR TRIAL
SUPREME COURT i WILL , SOON
HEAR THE FIRST COMMIS
. :- glONER'S APPEAI. !
Jn the Supreme Court, yesterday, two
cases were set for hearing for the week
beginning Monday; June 16th. They
Monday, June 16th N. M Nofthrup,
appellant, vs. State of Oregon, respon
dent; appeal from. Multnomah county.
Tuesday, June 17th F. C. Read, ap
pellant, vs. F. I. Dunbar, secretary of
State, respondent; appeal from1 Marion
county, 12 m.
Whooping Cough - i
lly little son had an attack of whoop
ing cough, and was threatened with
pneumonia; but' f or- Chamberlain s
Cough Remedy we wouia nave na a
sorious time of It. It also saved him
from severe attacks of croup. H. J.
Shrlckfaden. editor World-Herald. Fair
Haven. Wash. For sale by Dr Stone's
Drug Stores. V v "" ' .
' "IS A GENERAL. , .
-LONDON June. L Lord Kitchener
has been promoted to be a General-
. ...", f
Created a Viscount by King
Edward for His
AND IS! TO HAVE A' PCRSE OF
FIFTY THOUSAND POUNDS
FROM PARLlAjMENT-niB, BAL
LOT OF THE iiOERS STOOD 554
TO 4-WOMB.V ARE HAPPY.
4. -It was announcf
that Lord Kitchener
ed this afternoon
had been, created
a VIScoun byK1ng
- , , will nw rx ri y : s
London. June In the House of
Commons today the Governmerrt lead
er. A- J. Balfour, presented a message
from King Edward as follows: i
"His Majesty, jthe King, in consid
eration of . thli eminent services ren
dered by Lord Kitchener and being de
sirous of recognition of such services
to confer on hi rnsome signal "mark of
his favor.' recommends that ' he, the
King, should be enabled to grant Lord
Kitchener XSO.Oojo."' V : .
John Dillon. William Redmond -and
Svfift MacXeiil. irish Nationalists, an
nounced their, intention of opponing the
grant at rvery stage. A resolution
replying to HI Majesty's message will
be discussed tomorrow. 4'". . -
. Kitchener Goes Horns
. Durban. June 4L The -Times of Natal
states . that Lor4 Kitchener . has left
for England andi that General Lyttle
ton Is acting ' Commander-in-Chief of
the BrlUsh forceis In South Africa. "
How the Vote Stood.
Pretoria. Jiinel 4.- The ballot of the
Boers at VereerJiging - resulted In 554 (
vote In favor jof surrender and r six
against it. . Preparations !are being,
made here for the . surrender of the
Boer com man dots, which twill ; take
place of the rac course. All 4he Boers
are allowed, perfect freedom.5 There
will be. a thanksgiving servi'ca Sunday.
June 8. on the church square. In which
It Is hoped the
Boers will participate.
The -r women
in the concentration
Camps, are anxious to return to their
homes immediately, but this will b
impossible unti) a system of supply de
pots for the oi Hying districts Is es
, General i Bad ?n-Powell Is arranging
for the' distribution of mounted con
stabulary In. vi.rlous districts. The
police, rallroadi and telegraphs will be
handed over to the civil authorities as
soon as posslb e. and the restrictions
of martial law will be gradually re
laxed. The Ber delegates who, dur
lng the peaco negotiations, were stiff,
formal and un friendly, are noyr ex
tremely cordial. All the ' command
ants arje returning to- their Comman
does In order to explain the -situation.
Lord Kitchener's address to the Boer
delegates at V.reenlglng. In which the
Commander-lnjChlef skid that if ' he
hai been one of them he would have
been proud to nave done so well In the
fieldas -ihejr Wad done, made the best
possible Impression and drew forth a
hearty response from General Beyers,
the chairman1" pf the Boer conference,
who 5 expressed the pleasure the Boers
experienced atlmeeting Lord Kitchener
$a friends, 'adding that they had
f.ought- so long against him that they
had acquired jfull appreciation of his
worth. '-.''. ;,!,. ,';.' "! .. v ; '.-
. The departure of the Boer, command
ers from' Verecnlging tor thHr various
districts was jnarked by remarkable
scenes of. fraternization. . The trains
conveying thej Boers started late, and
the night "beliig extremely cold, the
sentries alongf the railroad track light-,
ed huge bonflifes. around which groups
of Boers and Britons gathered, forming
a highly plctuireque scene.. The late
opponents Jolhed' In such songs v a
Hard Times Come Again no More-
fa nd ''OldVFolks at llome." the BrttHh
soldiers .nd burghers outvying one an
other in demonstrations of joy.
.The same signs of rejoicing were
witnessed throusrhout the Rand. Flatrs
were i displayed 'everywhere ani
thanksgiving services were h I J In all
the towns. .
OF THE WILLAMETTE UNIVER
SITY CO MMENCEMENT EX
ERCISES LAST NIGHT. ; '
From Weilnesday's Statesman.)
. The Introductory program ; of ths
Willamette V nl vefslty commencement
xerolses wan given last &!gltt to an
audience which filled the Trge1 audi
torium of the First M.,E. church. Lack
of space pert Uts only a sketch of th
program which contained onlr the best
class of. music, given artistically, me
march by ScOtsoh' Clark, arranged for
eight hands, I and Interpreted by Carl
Williams. Mrs. Lei a Johnson and
Richmond and Ada Will
lams, was to,
thi program and . to-the
general commencement exercises what
th fanfare of trumpets, will b to the
coronation If England's King. The
songs by Miss Leona Lewis. Miss May
Jones and Mr. Georgo Snyder were
pleasing andi effective, showing the re
sults of carfful training and earnest
study. Threjs beautiful piano solos by
Mrs. Lela Johnson. Miss Nellie Van
Patton and CaH AVIIUams delighted
many Who generally do not crave pi
ano, pieces. While Paul Stahl's bril
liant performance of HUler Concerto
In F sharp, with orchestral accompani
ment played bjr his teacher, IHr. L
Garrison: firtbe audience to-ji high
degrea of enthusiasm. The program
Closed with -LAt Night," by Kjerulf.
nicely sung by the Mendelssohn In
dies' Quartet, accompanied by - Mrs.
Seley. Th4 ladles ' in their vblack
dresses decorated with fed roses look
ed charming and the" song -was so
sweet that jthe audience was slow to
believe the program esded. ' .
The first recital wa assuredly an
artistic success, and Is a promise of
the' high grade of thU entertainments
to be heard! during, the . coming jtwo
The second music1 recital occurs to
day at 2:2? p. m- In the Methodist
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DR: KUM DOW WO,
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church. This program will be pre
sented by pupils from the violin de
partment f the College of Music, but
Will contain readings, vocal' and piano
numbers, t This evening ln the same
place will be given a superb concert
by the Brahms Octet, composed of
Mrs. Jordan Purvlne, Mi we a Ieonn.
Lewis; Leonora White,' Genevieve
Hughes, Messrs. J.F. Hughes, Fran
cesco Seley, W. , P. Drew anJ W. F.
Ketchum. The 4sornPanlmnts are
to be played Wy Miss Flrtrente TlUfon
and Mr.. I. C. Garrlaon". The principal
work lo be produced Is "New Songs of
Love," .by Johannes Brahms. , Th
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both of today's entertainments.
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; JOHNSON'S CASE DISMISSED.
CHICAGO. June J. The case againft
Dr. E. Wesley Johnson, who Was -ar-rested
In connection vflth the death pf
M1m May Thompson, which took play:
bist Tuesday! after being treated by I jr.
Johnson, has been dismlmied "before
Justice Eberhardt. Johnson was charg
ed with involuntary manslaughter. Mla
Thompson had worn a "beauty- mask"
Snd was undergoing treatment to Im
prove her appearance. The police "did
not have witnesses and, sought a con
tinuance. j CHARGE OF MURDER- .
tJEW YORK, Jun4 6. A coroner's
Jury has held Grace Galloway, a gyry
girl, to answer for the death ,:of her
husband. Leon, who was shot In th
back recently while mingling whh a
crowd watching a' fire near his home in
this city. The one-who fired the-, fatal
Shot eacaped at the time cvwing to tlio
prevailLpg. excitement, but (Sallow y In
his dying statement, charged bis yountr
wife with the shooting, and she was
shortly afterward arrested.
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