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vvXESLT OREGON eTATCSilAX. TL'irtPAT". JTTXH tt, IS 52.
TTTTT VkJlTC A
" GOOD ROAD
People of Liberty' are
Ccnstructlns: a Ne V : '
FROM THAT PLACE TO TITLS CITT
CRUSHED BASALT U8ED' IN
COVERING IT'-TO A DEPTH OP
TEH IXCHE3 COMMENDABLE
ENTERPRISE OF THE FARMERS.
(From'Saturdajr'g, Dally.) .
Thex n'tut'- Kteo'' toward permanent
ro&2s and high ways In Marion county
ha heerr taken by th peotle3 of Jib-,
erty, five mlle aouth of thia city, anI
aHiiterby. the county authorities they
are building: the first permanent road
- way, on scientific prlnciples.constructed
in- the county. The new road will,
hen completed, run from .Liberty to
Salem, following;, the present dirt road.
This highway has been BteeiyJ traded,
and drained, and la now being covered
with crushed rocket ' ; li .j .
The -citiseiiOT the Liberty 5 section
have donated S500 in labor - toward
building . this road, and the county
court is giving, jthe useof Its new rock
crusher, and a fore of ten meri to pre
pare the rock 'for "the road.the farmers
donatitSgne work' of hauling the rock
from the crusher to the road and
spreading County, Roadraaster W.
J. Culver hS8upervislon of the work.
while W. M. Bushey is In charge of the
, - rock crusher, and. betweenthese"" two
gentlemen, and the farmers who" are
employed on JSe work and-? have a
personal Interest in It, excellent results,
are being obtained. .-:
. "A, representative ' of the ", Statesman
went4iut to .the scene of operations
yesterday,' and found a busy. ..crowd
around the rock-crusher. .
- ; The big rock-crusher Is located on
the Ewald place, two mile south of
this city, and about a quarter of a
mile off the Liberty road. At this pbint
a. ledge of basalt crops out of : the hit 1
sideand it is-this ledge that' supplies
the material for the Jew highway. The
.basalt to adepth of about .18 feet or
"-"level'wlth the creek bed -Is seamed and
-.. broken, as though torn, by some seia
. mlc -disturbance, and this-material.
.coming out In the ihape of pieces of
various shapes, from the lxe of a fist
to that of a man's head, is blasted and
broken .with dynamite, taken to the
rock -crusher in wheel-barrows, and
there broken and crushed, the largest
pieces, coming through the crusher, av
erasing 1 4 Inches in diameter. From
' the- crusher Che broken basalt is car-
rd by -art -elevator to the j wagons
landing alongside,. and the loaded wa
kens, carrying I J-4 yards i of j -crushed.
' rock, are hauled out ' Into the road
o where the material is unloaded and
spread by a force of men. V' I
While at the pit yesterday, the force
of men employed In getting out the
rock and-'crushing It, put ln! a blast,
and loosened "several carload of ma
terial, ready for the crasher. j
The road as now In course of construc
tion will make a splendid an! perma
nent hlgbway.- .The crushed' basalt is
spread on the xoad 12 feet wldet and 10
Inches deep, and will when thf whole
distance of the road Is covered,7: be
crushed down by the use of a five-ton
roller. The broken basalt is not round
, but In Inost cases nearly square, and
these sharp-cornered cubes pack solid
ly, and make one of the firmest road-
ways known to road-builders. The road
will be covered from Liberty to the
Catholc cemetery with this material.
'I and from. that point to the city limits
r with gravel, thus making a permanent
. highway, five miles long, leading into
Salem. This is the beginning of road
building In this county, and the exam
ple set by the enterprising farmers of
the Rd "Hills will doubtless be fal
lowed by the people of - many i .- other
nelghbors.and as it Is . encouraged by
the county court, the result can only
be of lasting benefit to the community
at large, and give the county in time
a splendid system if highways, good in
winter and .summer. . The farmers of
Liberty are entitled to ureal credit for
"their- efforts in behalf of good roads,
and they will have the lasting gratitude
of the entire community. , K :
it fs at the present time, Never be
fore In the recollection of the local
agents, baa here been so much busi
ness that, la, was impossible for the
steamers to move all. the freight, but
at the present time it is in such a con
gested stale that, the floats are unable
to carry but a small portion r- the
freight from' upper river .point. , .
The steamer Pomona came down
from Independence yesterday morning
loaded to her fullest capacity and was
obliged to-,UavV a cargo of forty tons
of flour at Albany and about thirty
tons s at Corvaliis besides ai srreat
amount of miscellaneous freight at all
pointy down. the. rivet- Including Sa
lem. The low.; stage of ; the river,
however, 1 responsible t oa certain de
gree for the situation as the, boats can
not load so heavily as during the win
ter months. ... ?F , . . . .. .
The O. C. T. Coa new light draught
boat which has been building , since
early Last fall is being rapidly pushed
toward completion and the company
baa hopes of being able to put her Into
commission sometime between the 1st
and Hth of July. ,She has been con
structed especially to ply to upper
river points "during low water, season
"and the comptny It is understood, af
ter so long parley over the selection. of
a name, has decided to give her the
name of A vona , j , '
On account of the elaborate arrange
ments for the celebration of the Fourth
of July in this city the O. C. Tv: Co,
will run the? steamer Pomona between
Independence and Salem aU that day
for the accommodation of those be
tween here and that -city who desire to
witness the celebration. The boat will
make four round trips during the day.
; COURT MEETS
State Fairr Board's Damage
Case to Be Argued
AN ACTION FILP3D FOR THE COL
ELECTION. OF TWO- NOTES. AND
SUNNTSIDE FRUIT FARM PROP
ERTY., ATTACHED BY PLAIN
-TIFF. . "
" ' " : . t
(From Saturday's Daily.) ;
The .first department of the State
Circuit Court continued in session at
9 o'clock yesterday morning when the
case of the State Board of Agriculture
against R. T. Denham, F P. Talking
ton and J. X Ooodale,' which .was con
tinued froiB Thursday, was resumed.
'The cross examination of President
W. H. Wehrung.rof the State Board of
Agriculture, was concluded and the
testimony of all of the ether witnesses
In the case, six 'in number, was taken
In full and the court adjourned until
Monday, July .7th.; at 9 o'clock a. m.
when the plaintiff s motion for Judg
ment on the pleadings; will be argued
In the Courts to Settle Their
' : Business Troub-
A FORMER SALEM MAN VvAXTH
AN ACCOUNTING. AND A RE
CEIVER HAS BEEN APPOINTED
TO . TAKE CHARGE OF THE
T. CoggesheU yesterday filed s,jiult,ln
department No. ; 1 of the' State! Circuit
Court, against L. J. Miles demanding
Judgment for the sum of J30. with 1
teres t at 8 per cent' from December
1901; the sum of J100. with interest at
8 per cent from December 9, 1901, and
for $23 attorney's fees and for costs and
disbursements; of this action. The
plaintiff alleges that the amounts sued
for are due on two promissory notes
executed by the plaintiff and in favor
of the defendant; and the plaintiff has
caused lots 13 and 14 of Sunnyside
Fruit Farm, containing 20 acres, the
defendant's propecrty, to be attached
as security for payment of said notes.
John, Boy ne is the plaintiff's attorney.
: FOR CHILDREN'S DAY
INTERESTING EPERCISES TO BE I
HELD IN TWO OF SALEM'S
f , . (From Sunday's Daily.)
r ASTORIA, June 21. One of the roost
interesting suits filed in the Circuit
Court of Clatsop V county ' for many
years, has Just been commenced by C.
B. Trescott,' the well-known cold-stor
age' man, whoasks the appointment of I
a receiver tag- the Trescott Packing
Company. The ca3 involves the integ
rity of F. .M. Warren, of Portland, the
life of the business and the financial
prosperity of the plain tiff. -
According .to the complaint filed In
the Cireuit Court, Messrs.: Warren and
Trescott first engaged in business to
gether in 1SS3. At that time the busi
ness was not an extensive one, the firm
devoting Its attention to the handling
of sturgeon. . In 1894 the Trescott Pack
ing Company was formed, an,d the
scope of the enterprise was increased
the following year, when the concern
engaged in the cold-storage business.
)The complaint recites that Mr. War-
reu wati tbo financial genius of - the
company; advancing the f necessary
funds and having - absolute manage-'
ment ot the accounts. Trescott, having
had long previous experience - in the
cold-storage business, was vested with
the business management. At that time
the stock of the concern was $20,000,
and was held by Mr.. Warren. The
business was. successfully conducted
until last season, according to the com
plaint. . .
Mr. Trescott alleges that Mr. Warren:
during the eight years of the co-part
nership, failed to make any settlement
with him, and- that he has been de
frauded out of ; his just; share . of the
profits of the business, and asks the' ap
pointment of John Adams, of Oregon
City, as receivef. Mr. Adams has been
appointed. . , . .
Mr. Trescott's complaint states that
the undivided profits exceed $100,000.
Under the co-partnership" arrangement
the complaint further alleges. Air,
Trescott was at some later date, to re
reive a fair apd equitable portion of the
profits In return for his services,, but
when he asked Jin Warren for an ac
counting it was denied, nor would
Warren permit Trescott to examine the
accounts of the concern. :
Apart, from the petition for Te ap
pointment of a receiver. Mr. Trescott
asks the dissolution of the - partner
ship and an order compelling Mr. War
ren to settle with him on a fair and
equitable basis.1 '
.Just why. Mr. Trescott allowed the
alleged condltlon-tjf affair to bo on for
eight years, does cot appear f com the
; "... 1 . Combines the blood xf two World's Champions. ; ; - , , .
BY ROBERT HTGREOOR. 67 6lreof the Werld'i Chant plon O-eteeu tnv' .r '
nm b HAPPY MEDIUM sir ot the World's Cham iKn. adt Hnks ." . ,s
Bay stalUoB 16 S, weight 1M, kired by Robert M'(4res. 2:l7i. ulreoi tint smiCi elmmpfon trotter. Cresceus 2 OSV.and 96 otben In the
; tire 01 60 dmoi t i in tne lut, tnciuaing uraiian uof z.tv. liiuuni x w. tiori:i) yotk isoy 2;W'.-
liintrlAm MAfJOIS MEDIUM
Dam of Ir.ma3:l'!4. Lady Aegon
srandsm Of Katie A. 2:1V. Teknar
Highland Baron 230.
Beoon-i dm M4GGIK KERNE ...
dam of Happyamiiel 2 2i, Bpaniab
Maiden ; grandsm of Nyaoxa
2:12. MsrsntTS; 2:15J, . Irma 2 :!8
-Lele Wsy 2'Jtilay Aegon 2?'
Cuban 22314, Ids K.:28!.
.by HAl'l'V MKDIUM JU.
81 other sire of 66 sires of d6i In the litf aid C8 da ma - '
"f 9$ irj.irment. . . : - . .-
byMAMBRlNU HlTCHER.'..,.",...'... ........... ...!.. '
fint of Mambrtno Falehen 68, ire of 25 Manlard trot (era in the
lint, lit mui have aired Laay of th'e Manor S.-l1, Hetr-at-taw
7:0t, lnl lHrrhy 2Mi. Mociim Jiird Nishtutaale 2.tM,
lare feril 2.-09,"looiiiUne tint. Their- (laughter nave ptu
doced The AMiott ii:fj, Xbadow Chimt-a zV, Cincii fhiine
2D7!4,Tlie onk 2l4, Ed Kion 2 s-, JHrvy Una Jf4,AI V
lertou 2 :WI V H la owudauatiter have -rxtncvd Kalpb iiki J
2Mt'4 Jupe274. trrawfiwxj 2:3, HriKhllijr.it 2:Oh, Bouncer
. 2:09, Ikmrbon I'aichea 2:tWW. Rubber jtuu, auU lit othenu. .... (
, uy nmiicr wit..,.. 0 ....... n
Third dam Laura Fair. ,
Dam of Keetie JIm, 2;19i4, grandam of Happy Dam
sel 2:2601; Spanish1 Maiden 2:20?,.
Sire Sophia-Temple 2:27, Gen. Picton 2:20 a grand-
son of Black Hawk 5, a Morgan horse.
Fourth dam by. President, grandson by Sir Archy; fifth dam by Old Copperbottom. .1 :
LAMBERT 1 B O Y reg. 4192 morgan reg. . record 12:34
Dapple brown, 15.2; weight 1200 pounds; a perfect type of the Morgan horse. and -carries more Morgan blood
in his veins than, any stallion" living. Sired by Lambert Chief 3432, son of Daniel Lambert 102,
First dam Nancy Hale 2d. .....by Lapham b Hill's Black Hawk 5.... ......
Second dam Nancy Hale 1st. by Percy Carter Horse by Tom Howard, son of Hill's Black Hawk 5. .......
Third dam Cimens mare. . .... by Black Hawk 5.. . . . . , ; . . . ....v. . ........... . ...... i
"Lambert Chief 3433 Is the sire of Mabel. II 21224, Minnie Moulton 2:27U. Fannie 2:29; pet-Lambert, dam of
Dexter K 2:154; Mlnneola, dam of JtaybelU 2:194 (p.); Saddle D, dahxo.f Leonora 2i24Vi;
The Lapham Horse, sire of the dam of Lambert Boy 2:34, is the sire ofjDdllie, dam of Mable H 2:22; Hanna.
dam 6f Fannie B 2:28- (Tott will notice that the sire and the sire of the dam of both of these is the same as
that of Lambert Boy). The Lapham Horse is also the sire of the dam of Frank IL ?:22',4; Daniel Lambert
102, sire of 33 in 2: 30-or better sire of 35 sires of lSlslro oC sS dams of 95. 1
The registered stallions MALCOLM and' LAM BERT BOYT'wllf bein stud unMl August 1. 1802. at Holmes' Oap
Sunday and Monday; Dallas Tuesday Independence, Wednesday and Thursday; Salem, Friday and Saturday,
Terms Lambert Boy Season, $15; insurance $25. Malcolm Season $20; insurance 330. (Payable S3 In ad
vance for season service, balance at end bt season). - ; .' ; 1 ?
'are Kod Front Livery BraMe, Halera, Oregon.
Good pasture. No wire fern. Mares left at Owner's risk.
JAMES B1IAW, Attendant, i
Q AT PMQ NPW PnQTnCCTrC Hughes.
(From Sunday's Daily.) v
This evening in the First M. E. church i
on, the occasion of the Children's Day
the Sunday school and choir wlH ren
der a program entitled, "The Conquer
ing Christ It will be as follows:
Organ Voluntary Miss Geneviev
Mr. Tescott is well known In Salem.
He - came here about 1887, as the rep
resentative of some Eastern cousins
engaged fn the manufacture of evapor
ator machinery, and he was one of the
Organizers of . the' company that built
the original evaporator in connection
with the Salem cannery. He supetin-?
tended the first season's work of the
evaporator, after Which the other
stockholders acquired his interest the
late It. S. Wallace being' the principal
After this Mr. Trescott was ont nf
the original men to ship sturgeon on Ice
from the Columbia river to New York,
going Into that business on an extend
ed scale. r
Mrs. Trescott left her husband some
years ago and went onto the - stare.
During the past season she was lead
ing lady with Warde. X
AD I'ERS AND (iEJf '
Notorious Character in Butte
Shoots an Hnemy -
AFTER A BRIEF QUARREL
The Murderer Was Promptly
' Placed In ;
- ... - ' 'Jail
. furniture: of. tub most mod
mrf design to-be placed .
; til TllK BUILDING.. . ,
(From Saturday's Dally.)
"ells M. Sawyer,, of. Washington. D.
C, an inspector of the Treasury De
partment, arrived in Salem last even
' ing, and will spend a day in this city.
His duties include- the Inspection of
new Government buildings with a view
to furnishing them properly, ltd draft
deslirns and specifications for furniture
and furnishings, and to inspect the fur
niture supplied.-and while here he will
see to the, needs of the new postofflce,
beyond. what has already'been contrac-
-ed for in the.way1 of furniture. H
ted for. in -the .war of furniture. He
the Salem postomce would be of quar
. ter-sawed oak, with a golden, oak' &a
ish, Similar .in design and appearance
to the new fixtures recently placed In
the Portland custom house. The pott
oftlce equipment be said, , would-be of
the most modern and the best obtain
able. In design and, equipment WvaH'
any io the country. , The carpets are
made under Treasury : Department
specification, every yard has the words
rUhlteil States Treasury, Department"
woven in the back, and-the-sewing is
done In a Treasury hu:idlng.? under
supervision -f the Deartment4 .The
carpetai-consist- f lars ruxs. with
heavy t borders. The gas flstores also
are made under-Treasury Department
specifications, andam closelyi inspect
ed before sent out. to be tnsUtt. "Mr.
Sawyer says, the Kaiem jsosto'.uce will
be well supplied with up-to-date furn
ishings and equipment, and when all Is
installed will bo the pride of the city,
lie. says-thefurniture and equipment
will be here in plenty of time to; be In
stalled as soon as the: building U
ready.-: , t
STEAMERS UNABLE TO HANDLE
ALL THE FREIGHT OFFERED -
i t BT SHIPPERS. ,t . ,
(From Saturdays Dally.)
Freight traffic ; pn, the Willamette
river has not been so good in years as
Hymn Choir and congregation.
rayer Rev. John Parsons. .
Responsive Reading Superintendent
i and school. . .
Exercise Primary department.
Song Primary department. "
Exercise Scholars. " r
Song "Faith of Our Fathers," Choir
and school. ., .
Song 'The Crusader's Hymn," choir
Song "Battle Hymn of the Reforma
tion." - : . .. . -v
Exercises and offering. '
Song Choir and congregation.
. At Baptist Church.
At the First Baptist church, this ev
enlng the Children's Day program will
be rendered, as follows:
- Two songs By the.schooL
Scripture Reading and Prayer By
the superintendent. v
i Address By Rev, John- M. Dean.
Anthem By choir.
Welcome By the members of the
Song By Nina Buhsnell.
Recitation "How to .Be Happy,"
-Harp. Piece By smalt girls.
Recitation "What a. Boy Can i Do,
Runscl Cooley, - . -. ;
Violin Solo Gaynald Baldwin,
r Flag Ilece Small bora.
CHILD'S FATAL FALL.
HELENA.- Mont.. June 21. Alice
Thompson, the-5-y ear-old great- grand
daughter of the late Jarwe G. Blaine.
was fatally Injured by falling down the
elevator shaft of the Montlcello apart-,
ment house. 'Her father. Randolph
Thompson, who was private secretary
to Governor Tookv died about a year
ago, .; .:
Mrs. M. J. Magers .returned last
evening from n. visit to the home of her
son Jn Portland . end having attended
tne Pioneers." Reunion.
Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know if
How To If tad Oat. -'
FU1 a bottls or common rlass with vnitr
water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set
tling indicates an
tion of the kid
neys: It stains
your: linen it Is
evidence of kid
ney trouble; too
frequent desire to
pass it or pain ia
A SENSATION IN. DAWSON CITY,
, CAUSED BY THE RESIGNATION
OF COLLECTOR - OF . CUSTOM S
DAVIS.WIDSN HIS BOOKS SHOW
ED GROSS IRREGULARITIES. '
Hi.. So. WM.'
1V8 llanoa High.
Six yeara old. ...
SIRED BT McCLANAH AN .2343 7, on of Ro Wilkes 1
First dam,: MIRAJSOLDDUST, by Pedro 3904 J:23Xson of Idol 44. slr
Fidol 2:04. etc. Second dam FAN NT -GOLDDUST, by Guide ll7,slr of
15 dams of 17 in ths list. Third dam KIT, by Golddust 160, sirs bf Lucille
Golddust 2:16'4. Fleety Golddust 2:20, etc X .
HROADIffiAUT is one of the Jlnest stallions in the state, and with but
little handling shdwt himself to be a very promising trptterX He will b
allowed to serve a few mares at- . x ' - ' .
$20 BY THE SEASON, WITH USUAL RETURN PRIVILEGE, .
I invite breeders to cotes, and see this horse before breeding their
mares elsewhere, v : " W. O. TRINE. FAIR GROUNDS. OR.
, BUTTE. MonL, June 23.--A .cold
blooded murder occurred at 10 o'clock
tonight.' when Jas. Cuslck. a notorious
character, shot, and killed "Thomas
Bkggs, a gambler, as the latter was
sitting in a bootblack's chair. Baggs
died wKhin twenty minutes. The
men had quarreled over the death of
Frank Uines, -which had occurred a
few minutes, before and who is believ
ed, to have committed suicide. and
came to blows. "uslck was worsted
m tne encounter ana. securing a gun
returned , and shot Bagga. The mur
derer is lodged in JaiL
CAPTAIN" JONES! 29666
1 ' Sire ot Lady Jones. 2:46 (u the mud.)
WINN'KK OF THE TWO-TEAB-Ol-D TkrwriNO STAKB AT THB STATE FA1B, LAST TEAR.
, sire ncKiumey t. . ' '
Sire or 4 fn the 2:19 list, 45 in tbe 2:1) list, 2H is ibt 220 list, at. 14 yean of are. Unequafled
by fmiAtm MIDoAY BEM.E. by Gos!rer. 2:11 V. sire of Gaiene J1V, Mlaa JeMie 2112, n4
H rou i din BRIAR RF.LLEidara of MoBrler 2:1a) iy Don wiikea 2:21, son ot Aieroas. ;
1 hir-l tm br Murabrlno Patctien, 6S, the great brood-mare aire. . -t--
Knnrth data bvAimoaf 33. foanderot f tie Alaaoat family. " '
:TA IN JON-EH la a blaV atallfon foaled la ls atanda 1VS haoHa, weigh a 1100 TotihU, has
frtr-t:i ift:ing action anl protnlsea to ne a irreat atra ! uijrn elaaa horaea. - lie la afci
tA-t hrrtl .on ami a. pronounced aire of natloria lot ol colts.
rf-ui nt:in actTon and protnisea to be a rreat air mt bich elaaa lioraea. - lie la McKlnner'a
t krrtl .on and a. pronounced aire ol uniform lot ol colts. Captain Jonea will aoake the aeaaoa
ot 1?2 follow, I " ' .- , c:
1KVIXUTON rAMC; FORTLAr. FfiB. 1 TO APRIL 1, -FAIR GROUKD8, SALEM,
AHKIL 1 TO Jt XV 1.
' Terms, Ssf.oo Season. I'.O payable at time of acrrlec, balance t tad of acaaoii. . -
JOHN PENDER, Fair Grounds, $alcm, 0r.
tha baH t
convincing prooi trial the kidneys and blad
der ara out cf order.
'What to Bo. "
There Is comfort In thm
often expressed, that Dr. KiW.,-. c--,-.
KooL the great kidnev rrm-A f,r.(vi. . I
wisn in curinr rheumatism, pain la the tries, -made by the Chief Inspector of
DSCK, kldnevs, Ihrer. blaHHw mnA m I ran.t.n r...nn. : m.-. v , -
... I , I . J I " -w...r .... "Ig! im
MHmxMvo-r a w w. narary v. . . uuuj passage, it corrects inabiflty made that Davis received a larre sum
Vancouver,, B. C, June 23. A spe
cial from Dawson says:, ,
'"One of the biggest sensations of the
year culminated in. the resignation to
day of p. W. Da via, CoDector of Cus
toms of Dawson. Alexander A. Cook,
formerly of .Vancouver, has jalxo-" re
signed, v The upheave! in Che Govern-.
meni oroce was cne reauit of tne ex-
: ' : . '"r r -
Heal Brown Stallion ; star, near hind foot while, nd s
very few white hairs on righlfront foot 15 3-4 hands high.
Jtrcd by C. F. Kmery, Forest City Stock Farm, Cleveland,
' . Ohio. Foaled June 1,1885. Will make the season, 1902, ; -at
the lied Front Barn, corner Trade and' Comnicrcial - .J -Ftrct-U,
Balem, Oregon. -His
colu may be seen at til Bute Fair Ground. '
Cfaggett Hatch, Props
"DoHie Is Dead" By two little girls.
Song Miss IJla Parriah. '
Recitation By Mabel Jtobertson.
Song Cerilian Quartet. ,
?ong Daisies Good-bye.
the demands of American and Contl
nerrtal visitors. Fancy prices are
wanted for hired carriages on the two
procession days, and the bus fares will
be doubled every day of he next week
Street decorations are .' being ? pressed
with redoubled activtty. and from day
to day the principal West End- Jbor5-
ughfares on the line of the royal prw-
to hoW water and scakUng paia !a passlnj of money from the Alaska Exploration ceMhn are changing their aspect with
Zf?L J; ercomea tht tmpleaaant men was defrauded of a large amount Tn Cantllan arca tn Whitehall,
necessfty of being compelled to go often f revenue The claim -against th whIcn ,a rapidly approaching comple
Cw njthodajr.andtOMt ca'many times comnanv. with nenalMe i. -3m kI "on .promises to be on of the' most
1S0.000. signincant features or- the whore
scneme or coronation decorations.
- Per latest and Children.
KL.i Yen 1173 klwwjs Ccrw!
fiurinf; tho xAghx. Ths mild and tha extra
ordinarv effect cA $wamn.D . :
reatUed. It stands the highest for Its won
derful cures -of .tha most distressing cases,
f you need a medicine von hnA v.
best. Sold by druggista ia 50c and $1. sixes.
, Too may have a sample bottle ef thia
wonaenui discovery.. fT-r"
wv isu let 13 f
more about it. both sent !
absolutely free by mail.
Co., Binhamton. II. Y. 'Vhea wrirlns: men
tion readiag U-Jg jerous clerla this paper.
RAKGH FROM 15 TO 2150, AND CAR
RIAGE AND BUB FARES
. ' WILI BF3 DOUBLE.
NEW YORK. . June 21.Corona'Mon
seaU are at last booming, cables the
London correspondent of the Tribune.!
Quotations range from 1 to 31, and.
slump Is not now feared, ia view of j
THE UNDERWOODS HELD. -
I f?ea t tie, ; Wash . . June St. Pa ut and
, Nellie Undeiwood, accused of the mur
der of thr infant child by drowning
at Ballard "three, weeks ago, were ar
raigned in the justice court today, and
were bound over for trial to the Su
perior Court without a preliminary
hearing. Uail was denied each de
' fendanU ' - '.
Legal Blanks; Statesman Job OSce,
THE 0LE0 IIEi
WILL TRY TO I EVADE LAW -BY
MIXfNCJ " YELLOW" BUTTER
WITH THEIR PRODUCT.
' WASHINGTON. June Manufac
turers of oleo are very welt satisfied
with .the recent ruling of the Treasury
Department In regard .to the use of ar
tificial coloring matter in making their
product. They tasked ;lfdr an interpret
tatlon of the new Law on this- point
According to Commissioner Terkes ex
position, they believe they will be able ;
to mix. bright yellow June butter with
te in eufik-lent rjuantUies to give the
mixture a fairly yellow, tinge, and then
sell the same .without, paying the 1
cents a pound tax. Any coloring which
does not v come within the meaning of
the term "artificial' can . be used in
coiortng butter or -the mixture of but
ter and oleo, and the result will be sub-
yct to a tax of only a quarter ot a
cent a pound- . i