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OKEC.OX CITY ENTERPRISE, nil HAW FElilUJAliV 17, 15)11.
TO THE SUM OF $3
HOTEL MEASURE HAS BUT FEW
FRIENDS MORNING SESSION
CONSIDERS SENATE RULES.
llio House at 10 o'clock tomorrow. A .
lively debate Is nnllelnted, and an j
effort will lie mado to accomplish j
The House has passed the Senate
Mil empowering school directors to j
make it possible, to entliteo tho laws j
of cleanliness Kfcluwls. .
Senator Oliver has Introduced a
resolution providing for double Ihbll-!
it y for hank directors.
The House passed the Mil prohibit-j
Ing Inter marriage of w hites and Hln-1
The women want another try at
woman suffrage and ask that they '
may invoke the initiative.
ID TIE DUPLICATE
OREGON CITY MAY TAKE IN VAL
UA8LE HOLDINGS UNDER
THE NEW LAW.
BRIDGE BILL DEAD.
SALEM, Or., Feb. S. It was a good
day for the Senators. They doubled
their pay In a very simple manner.
Tho Senators receive $3 ada for
their services and this morning Sen
ator Cliaso Introduced a resolution for
more stamps. 150 nice new 2-cent
stamps for each member, making J3
worth of the stickers. Thus, by Im
proving tho business of the Salem
postmaster, the Senators also doubled
their compensation for February 8.
Not all tho Senators availed them
selves of this opportunity, for at least
Joseph and Dimick declined with
thanks, after looking over their stock
Two election bills were sent to tho
cemetery by the Senate, this morning, j SELLING AND DIMICK SQUABBLE.
One was Josephs Mil for voting ma-j si.ki Or. Feb H (SpM In a
chines, which received an unfavorable contention between President of the
report In the committee. The other ; senate Selling and Senator Diinlok,
was Sinnotts plan for a non-political j j ,ho Son.,u, todaVi (he i.m,;r ae.
judiciary. This measure proposed t cusrtl tho Pr0sident of plavttig politics,
that, for a judicial office, no political ; The controversy was warm for a few
party should be printed opposite tho : moments,
names of the candidates. An nnfav- j '
orable report killed the measure. i rjon Insurance
Kellaher's plan to have hotels in- SALKM, Or.. Feb.
spectea iouna no menus ana w as in-1 al0r Carson's attempt to start a dog
definitely postponed. Visiting nurses . insurance plan bv placing a license
and tra.eliug men recommended the I n nii dors to establish a fund out of
Oregon Historical Society Must Raise
Its Own Funds.
SALEM. Or.. Feh. 13. (SpU Two
appropriation bills, carrying an aggre
gate of $120,000, were killed in the
Senate today by Indefinite postpone-1
ment. One was McOolloeh's, granting j
! $20,000 for a new bridge over Snake
' river In linker county, contingent upon
j a like appropriation by Idaho, and tno
'other Kellaher's bill appropriating
j $100,000 for a building for the Oregon
SALKM. Or.. Feb. IS. (SpU Sen
ate bill No. 29, which has parsed both j
houses and Is awaiting the slgnaturei
of tho tlovernor, provides for the,. peo
ple of Oregon City taking In a large
additional acreage and thus greatly In- '
creasing the tax duplicate and the to-1
tal tax budget. Ity Its terms the j
large Investments across the river j
may become subject to the Oregon
Pllv t'lv r..ill...oi mill lli.i i.i itl.,i4 for
..... . , ,
Improvements w ill be even better than j
Friends of the measure, w ho are j
glad for the Increased tax duplicate,
say that it will ndi about $;!0,0.i0 to,
the sum total of taxes collected In the j
measure, but w ithout avail. Even the
president of the Travelers' Protective
Association for Oregon and Washing
ton has been here boosting for the ho
tel inspection. The objection was that
there is no demand for creating new
offices. This objection does not affect
the Multnomah delegation, which will
vote for two more Circuit Judges. The
-Kellaher bill allowed the Governor to
appoint and this aroused the opposi
tion of the Administration's enemies.
which to reimburse owners of stock
that have been killed by dogs failed
tonight. There were 20 who voted
against the bill and eight favored it.
State's Eyes on Dock Site.
SALEM. Or., Feb. 11 Following a
conference last night between some
members of the legislature and gov
ernor West it has been divided to ask
that a special committee be appointed
to determine what Interest tho state
j has In the public levee at fort laud or
Bill Loses. i the property on which the Jefferson
14 tSpl.l Sen- strect Southern Pacific Is located.
I The end in view is to demand that
the property bo put to use for public
FAIR APPROPRIATION $.1000.
14 Hours, Railroad Work Day.
SALEM. Or., Feb. 14. (Spl.) Cn
der the provisions of a bill Introduced
by McColloch and passing the Senate
today, all railroad employes such as
trainmen and telegraph operators, em. j
SALEM, Or.. Feb. 13. (Spl.l Rep- j
resentative Jones' bill (Clackamas;
county! appropriating $1000 for the i
county fair, was passed on Tuesday.
in the House. !
: ployed on roads doing an intra-state
Only two new bills were introduced ! business, shall work no more than 14
in the Senate today, which is the ! hours a day.
smallest number vet. The Senate has
had 2S0 bills.
Most of the morning was demoted to
a consideration of new rules for the
governing of the Senate, which were
prepared by Bow-erman. One of the
principal rules Is limiting the time to
be consumed in speech-making. Copies !
of the proposed rales will be printed '
and they will be considered later.
Portland to Have Congressman.
SALEM. Or., Feb. 14 Olivers bill
giving Multnomah county a Congres
sional district by itself and dividing
the balance of the state into two dis
tricts, one In Eastern Oregon and th
other In Western Oregon, passed the
Senate last night with only one dis
senting vote, that of Calkins.
1 May Yet Be Held By County Superln
j " tendents of Schools. i
; SALKM, Or.. Feb. 15 (Staff Cor-1
respondonce.) The House today j
' killed Cole's bill, which w as aimed at j
'the small abstractors and would have
practically put them out of business, j
i The bili prohibiting County Superln. I
tendents from conducting summer nor-
nial schools failed to pass the House ;.
this afternoon. !
PORTLAND MAY WIN DOCKS.
Panama'Canal Argument Aids Bill's
Passage in Senate.
SALEM, Or., Feb. 14. Picturing the
immensity of the ocean-going vessels
that will touch the Portland harlor
when the Panama Canal is completed
and show ing forcibly what a wonderful
development that canal will mean for
the Oregon metropolis. Senator Ma
larkey's plea caused the Senate to
pass Selling's public dock .bill last
night when previously it had appeared
as though the bill would have hard ,
The bill provides that the right of
eminent domain may be exercised for j
public dockage purpos(s and is the!
opening wedge for a system of public
docks at Portland.
' OVER TWO HUNDRED.
i DANVILLE. 111.. Feb. 10 (Spl.l
The grand Jury has returned 21t! true
bills in the eit'etion fraud cases here.
A new grist of subpoenas were sent
out today returnable next week, and
it is thought pay dirt will be struck
when the sifting begins. Two were
indicated for false testimony in their
testimony before the grand Jury.
Makes It Plain He Believes People
SPRINGFIELD. 111.. Feb. 11. (Spl.l !
In a speech to tho Illinois legislature
today President Taft took advanced j
ground on the subject of reciprocity j
and he warned the leaders of tho He-
publican party , as to what might be :
expected in case there was continued j
opposition to him and what he be-1
lleved was the liberal sentiment of j
the people. !
432 MILES OVER SEA.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 11. It Is
claimed that a world's record for wire
less communication between ship and Land Exchange Bill Passes.
shore was made .yesterday when a WASHINGTON. Feb. U. The Sen-!
message was received at a local sta- ate today passed the Chamberlain bill
tion from the steamship Korea,
WORK IN HAND AT SALEM.
SALEM. Or., Feb. 5. (Spl.) The
consideration of all Senate and House
bills providing for the construction of
permanent roads will be taken up in
CALF SOLD FOR $10,000.
BROCKTON, Mass.. Feb. 11. Daniel
W. Field yesterday announced the
sale of his 7 weeks' old royal purple
bull calf to W. H. .Miner, of Chicago,
the purchase being JlO.ooo, the high
est, it is said, ever paid for a young
authorizing the exchange of public j
lands within reclamation projects for
lands in private ownership under the
same project, w hen reuqired by the '
Government iu connection with the ,
construction of irrigation works. The ,
Senate also passed tho Bourne hill j
directing the construction of a first-1
class full-powered light vessel for the i
station--near Oxford Reef, off Cape
I Electric Cooking
!AND , !
FREE-Piano and Other Awards -FREE
K0ir Piano Publicity Contest
Other Prizes and Prize Distribution Other Prizes
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it, rush your Answer in at once.
This young lady is playing the Au
topiano. She is rendering music
which, even after five years of con
scientious study under the most com
petent tutors, she would not be able
to render as artistically as she is doing
now by means cf the music roll. The
faces of five gret composers, whose
music is being played, are hidden in
this picture. Can you find three of
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THE PRIZES ARE AS FOLLOWS
riRST PKIBE Ulltri Orch.trl piano or 00 caih pilrohm ohtok
vrmnl of ronitlu Ailtwlniio.
SECOND rIJt-mi-rant chaat of allvrr ami tHOO Nib ioirrl,.l .1..1.
7HTRD FRi7E-.twi.Wi rolil watch a,! $tno caih iitvhaalnir cliok.
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riFTK rB'JT Haii.l.oma ch.il of tllvar and $IJ0 oaah tmrtiUaalna- otiack,
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EILERS MUSIC HOUSE
Largest Western JJealers in Pianos, in cele
bration of its Twelfth Anniversary, and in
conjunction with Boston's, New York's, Phila
delphia's and Chicago's greatest piano makers,
will distribute to residents of Portland and sur
rounding country liberal prizes of particu
lar interest to those who have no piano.
JLaittai' ami (t.nll.mou'l
Third oJ math Prtiaa.
Why It Is Done
Ottr purpose in h-K!itiK tliii contrt U to nriti.iint the people uf this
-oi-tiim with the many i.ir bnu-il nukc of pi.tnot we hitiulli-. The
iiuntil'.u'ttircrs 01 ihi'c i-t;ti)o aro ronvitu-r-l that tlii form of ailvrr
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and tiewpaper ;u!vcrti-im;. niluliiim tonci-rt pianit, ric, tic. U'c.
too. know that the hr-t ailvfrtisenunl for : (jnnil l'i.in-) i a s.itntied
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ours are the only more, in the We.t that icll the faniotu (hli ketinu,
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renowned Klmtmll (given the llitfheit Grand Award at the ChivaKo
I-.xpotition, and Aw.iiti at the .Seattle lixponition l,t year), the
Kenttine Decker, and our own Kiler Orchestral I'iano. at well ' the
fa mint 1 Antopiano, which everv one can play without practice The
Smith At nrnei rinnoi, the tluih & Ocrta and the Story .It' Clark
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we fell thee fine deptmlable makei of Itiitrtimrnu for le than they
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Oregon's Greatest Musical Trade Establishment
Pure food Show
Meier & Prank Store
MAGOON FIGHTS WINNING BAT
TLE WITH COLUMBIA RIVER
i SAI.EM, Or.. FWi. 15. (Staff Cor-rcspondf-non.j
The House thU after
noon by a close voir- killed the Clatsop
county (lolpgailonH hill whlfh provided
that the close Reason on tho Willam
ette and Clackamas Hivern Bhould con
form with that on the Columbia. Ma
coon, of Clackamas, mnde a speech In
opposition to iho hill. Under t.hn pres
ent bill the Willamette and Clackamas
!are closed from March 15 to April 15
and an effort was made to close these
! streams from March 1 to May 1. Tho
hill waH lost In face of the fact that
this morning Hie House nirxeed to B'lli
stltute a minority report of Holland,
of Clatsop, favoring the bill for the
majority report of the fisheries com
mittee. ('batten's hill has passed the House
,This measure provides that anglers
may fish within two hundred feet of
the fish ladder at the falls InHtead of
six hundred feet as Is provided In the
present law. During the close season
the hook and line men may riatch three
salmon each day. The rights of the
gill not flhcrmen are unchanged by
ELDER ROTHSCHILD DEAD.
Portland Railway, Light & Power Company
VIENNA, Feb. 10 Baron Albert H.
A. Rothschild, head of the Austrian
litaneli of the Rothschild house, died
1 iouiy. ne was porn in ikij.
I Minnesota House for Reciprocity.
! ST. PAt.'U Feb. 10. The House to
j day, by a vote of f,3 to 00, killed the
I resolution directing the Minnesota
Representatives In Congress to work
1 for the defeat of the Canadian reci
BEVERIDGE FOR RECIPROCITY.
Insurgent 8nator Welcomes Agree
ment as First Step.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 10. The first
gun In the Con-.Tesslonal battle over
Canadian reciprocity was fired In the
B"vorldKO, of Indiana, nn Insurgent,
lined up on the side of the Administra
tion. Ho did not make 11 preteiiHO of
representing others of the progressive
iicverldge welcopid tho compact as
the first concrete evidence of tho es
tablishment of such relations with
Canada as be thought tho United
States should miletaln with that
country. He continued:
'If somn think that the agreement
Is not all It should be because of, the
treatment of a few articles, the answer
Is that even If this objection Is sound
as to those few details, vet It. Is ne'j'l
glble when compared with tho Import
ance of getting this great National
"If the agreement Is enacted Into
law and proves beneficial to tho Na
tion as a whole, It is certain to bo ex
tended as time goes on and the two
peoples experience Its good effect. If,
on the oliier hand, It should prove
harmful to tho Nation as a whole, It
could bo repealed quickly."
'n conclusion, Ileverldgo said:
"We do 'Ot need to protect our peo
ple from the Canadian people. What
we need Is to make It easier for Can
ada to buy freely from us the things
UK 3 needs that wo produce What we
rn.td Is to make It easy for our people
tQ buy from Canada those things
which our people need Instead of mak
ing It hard for thorn to do so."
i I2 lo 1 1 .', of ; years from $12 to :'l),
of "0 years from $15 lo fin, and from
j 7"o or more from JO to $;!(',. The Hen
j no roiit-nllH'c, iy u vole of 0 to 6. ro
' duced the proposed maximum allow
; mice from 'M lo J.'IO. Ah there are
', estimated to bo M.lul veti rans who
won Id ho affi'cted by Ibis amendment
I at the present time, the change would
; decrease Hie annual cost a little more
1 ban J I, .",1111. .)"().
EGG PRICE8 BREAK.
Of Senators and Presidents the Tone
of Teddy's Address,
(iltANI) ItAI'IDS, Mich., Fob, 11.
(Spl.) Theodore lioosnvelt camo out
flatfooted for t ho elect Ion of Senators
by direct vote of tho people. In a Lin
coln Pay address hero today. lie
culled the present system of choosing
Presidents us a relic of olden times,
and thinks the Mlecloral College
should be relegated to th" past.
Senate Committee Endorses the Raise.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 13. (Spl.)
The commit I tee on pensions in the
United States Senate today voted lo
Increase pensions $45,000,000. The
President may veto the measure, It Is
As passed by the Houso, tho Sullo
way bill would Increase the monthly
pension of veterans of 02 years from
OREGON SYSTEM ADOPTED.
SACKAMKNTO, ml.. Feb. !). Sen
ator dales' constitutional amendment
porvldlug for tho Inltlatlvo and refer
endum was passed by tho Senato to
day by a vote of l!5 to 1. Senator
Wright of San Diego voted against It.
The amendment, provides for tho Ini
tiation or laws by Iho people upon pe
tition signed by 8 per cent of tho total
unmoor of votes cast for Governor at
tho last, preceding election and for a
referendum on laws passed by tho
l.'iglslature on petition of 5 per cent.
Dlame Laid to Drought of Last Sep
tember, CHICAGO, Feb. 1.1 A break of Ii
anil li cents a do.eu In the price of
eggs last week has brought valiii.H to
the lowest level touched in February
In many years. Kxtra ougs closed at
21 celilH 11 dozen, Willie seronclii
brought only 8 to 10 cents. Last Hep.
teinher, following the long period of
drought suffered by tho country, eggs
tlcmo forward In excesslvo quiintltlcH
and dealers placet! them In cold stor
age In oreilr lo keep prl.'es from de
clining. At that time they believed
the heavy movement from poultry
farms would not be of long duration
and that they would have little dirfl
cully In clearing holdings at a profit,
laler In tho year. Receipts continued
of excessive volume longer than hud
been expected, however, and when
values began to ease off, Micro wuh n
sudden rush to liquidate. Recent
events are traced back directly to last
September's heavy egg production.
Closing nt the lowest level In years,
Commission men say II Is not likely
that prices will go much lower.
TAFT ENTERTAINS CANNON.
The President Follow the Fad as Set
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14, Tonight
President Taft gave a dinner to Speak
er Cannon, In honor of his being tho
Speaker of tho Houso of Itepresonta
tlvcs, and one of tho few leaders of
the party. The Idea for a dinner to
iho Hp-aker was Initialed during
Roosevolt'B Incumbency nt tho White
House, and hiiH no political signifi
cance. Taft and Cannon havo been at
variance on many things of late and
there Is no effort on the part of tho
President to heal tho broech.
LID ON TIGHT.
Undesirables Are Leaving 8enttle
Since Recall Election,
HHATTLH, Wash., Feb. 11. (Sid.)
Tho lid has been clumped down hard
hero and the undesirables are leaving
town In largo numbors. The new
chief of police Is having lllllo to do
for thoso who are known to bo crooked
aro leaving before charges can bo pre
ferred against them. This Is tho re
sult of tli- recent recall election.
Women as Politicians.
PIKIIRI5, H. X)., Feb. 14. A conven
tion of women held In Iho Htatehouso '
yesterday look first steps toward the
organization of a woman's parly.
A Beautiful Woman
Must havo a beautiful skin. Dr. bull's
Antiseptic Salvo removes pimples,
black heads, chaps nnd roughness,
loavlng tho skin smooth. Try It on
our guarantee. Goo. A. Harding, Druggist.