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FALLS CITY NEWS
FALLS CITY. OREGON, SATURDAY, FEHRURAY 27, 1915
tion oi” u- aui Vcnw',»y obviates neces
sity for same.
23, by LuFuUctt To provide for
Joint m lion by counties In construct
ing brldgas between counties.
8.1, by Motor- To provide for use of
public, schools a* clvJe centers.
103, by Dimiek— I n repeal law of
1913 mi - . b I om regarding administration
78, 1 >y Mooer..Requiring advance
payment of jury trial fees.
17, by Kiddle—To prohibit holding
of court sessions on Holidays or on
certain legal holidays.
82. by Moser To provide for man
ner of fori-i-loslug Ileus on mortgages
Most of Inc member* of the legisla
»8. by Moser To provide further re
Solons of Twenty-Eighth S e s ture regard the seasioti aa having been lief for widows under widows’ pension
successful, particularly In the matter
sion Complete Their Labors
94. by Vinton—To enable courts to
of economy. The appropriations for
I ho session will total about $4,500,4100, MUinuion witnesses for dlKtances of 100
miles (present limit Is 20 miles).
or about $1,500,000 less than those of
11, by Dlmb-k—Providing organlza
the preceding session.
tlon of school districts.
Sslmii -Th* 28th bli-unlsl hi - hh I uii Legislators Joyful on Adjournment
132, by Garland- Requiring county
of the loglalst un- la a matter of hi*
Fun and good fellowship reigned su treasurers to deposit redeemed orders
tory. The cloning hour» witm-ssutl the promt- In the halls of the capitol Hun with clerk every Monday.
24. by Ktrayer— io provide a state
uauul ronfualou uml congvutlon ami day morning, following adjournment
recorder of brands.
In sililttlun there waa a ilnaiHot'k be by the two houses. The house ad
4o, by Langguth--Repealing laws re
tween the houae ami ai nnte which Journed precisely at 2 minutes after 7. qulrlug sheriff to make report of fees
threatened to become aertoua.
but the senate was in session an bout collected to district attorney.
The conflict aroae over the refuaal longer.
126, by committee on bartlcultim
of the aenate to recede from ita
Members of the house were Joyful To give welfare commission authority
nniemlincut to the Kcbuebel Iftiuae after they had cleaned up (heir work, to regulate hours of women working
coinpcnaatlon bill. The houae refuaed
Led by Representatives l.lttleftetd. In canneries.
18U, by Hawley -Tn amend section
to uccept Ihe aenate amendment re
Olds, Ktewnrt and OKI they gathered 4o50, Lord » Oregon Laws, to provide
diiclng Ihe memberahtp of the Indue-
ibout Mlaa Towns'» desk and sang a that election day ahull be school holi
trial uccldeut cominlealon to one mem
series of popular and patriotic songs day only when building is used for
THROW AWAY YOUR CREASY OLD HA T !
her and In retaliation declined to paaa
While the house members were In polling place.
THE COMFORTABLE FEELING YOU GET FROM
the aenate hill conferring upou the Ihe midst of their singing someone
' 190, by committee on education— To
governor or appointing board as the suggested. "Let's go over and sere reduce fees for teachers' state certl
WEARING A NEW ONE WILL BE WORTH MORE
css© may be the power or removal of nade the senate."
THAN IT WILL COST.
NO MAN CAN AFFORD
appointees at any ttiuo and the bills
The Idea proved popular The whole
limtion in payment of salaries in pay
consolidating the insurance ami cor t«rty. consisting of nearly 40 mem
of male and female school teachers.
TO WEAR AN OLD HAT OR OLD TORN SHIRTS
poration departments and the hlah
tiers, marched around the rotunda and
30, by H o llis -T o authorise tax col
way and state engineer's offices. The straight through the doors of the sen lectors to cancel taxis on laud sold
PEOPLE FIRST JUDGE YOU
fl -.ht waa enlivened by a letter from ute chamber, where the sleepy eyed by state and forfeited
BY THE WAY YOU LOOK.
Mlaa Kern Hobbs offering to reatgu senators were awakened by the strains
164. by Moser— To authorize attach
merit of Insur&nco money In certain
her plueo on the luiluxlri.il accident of "Auld Lang 8vne."
WE ARE HAT QUARTERS FOR HEADS. JUST
commission If the senate would paaa
The seuators, led by Senator Day, cases.
the houae bill. Au agreement w an fin
gathered around Miss Towne and gave
AS SOON AS THE NEW STYLES •‘HAPPEN” WE
weights and measures
ally reached whereby each houae re her three "hurrahs" and a "tiger."
89, by Day—To provide for office ol
THEM IN HATS. TIES AND FURNISHING
ceded from Ita position
The house members returned the chief deputy sealer of weights and
The agreements fatted tn one par- compliment to Miss Clarke, the only measures and four district deputies
GOODS. FRESHEN UP YOUR OUTFIT.
t tti 1 1 a r
The bouse did not pass the woman senator.
hill consolidating the offices of cor
229, by committee on Judiciary— To
With a few minor ommlsstons the
amend rode to relieve persons without
poration and Insurance commissioner.
following Is a list of the Important
from putting up boud to guarun
The merger of the highway and state
I hills passed by the legislature:
tee costs of cases in Justice courts.
engineer's offices was accomplished.
House Bills Signed by the Governor. House Bills In Hands of Governor but
Prohibition Law Mott Important.
not yet Signed.
48. by Jackson county delegation—
Wlmt many regard aa the most im
460, by Tom Brown— To levy excise
I To cede authority In Crater lake na
portant piece of legislation passed at tlonal park to United States govern
tax on trudlng stamps.
Bring this coupon to our store, make a cash
this session was the prohibition bill menL
155, by Forbes— To permit school to
to make effective the prohibition con
purchase of 25c or more, and you will receive $1-00
use sinking funds to liquidate bonds.
32, by Dillard—Abolishing state cen
91. by Hunt— To enable county
stitutional amendment which will be • us.
worth (10) Fidelity Trading Stamps PREE in addi
78. by Olson— Exempting barnyard courts to fix road districts independ
come effective January 1 1916. The
to the regular stamps.
bill permits the impurtutUm from w ith
439. by committee on banking— To
out the state of a small quantity of ment.
N. SELIG. Falls City, Oregon.
120, by Smith (Multnomah)—To pro amend bunking laws to conform with
liquor, makes consignees' receipts pub
federal reserve act.
hibit advertising on state roads.
lic records and prohibits liquor adver
This coupon not good after February 27, 1915.
191 by judiciary and revision of laws
151, by Blanchard— Exempt civil wai
tising and solicitation of orders.
committee -T o provide for permanent
\etcruns from paying game license.
Next to the prohibition act, the moat
152. by judiciary committee— Re registration of voters.
467. by assessment and taxation
important piece of legislation passed pealing free textbook law.
123. by Huston— Conferring age of committee— Providing budget system
amended the workmen's compensation
for all tax levying districts.
act. The amendments provide for sev tnajbrlty on unmarried mothers.
468, by committee on assessment
167. by Mlehelbook— To make couu-
eral classifications of risks, change the
ty school superintendent member of and taxation— To remit penalties due
rates different Industries shall pay
on taxes under the 1913 (ax law.
Into the fund, reduce the payments of
27». by Allen— To provide organiza
292, by Hare— To give counties a
employes and eliminate the section i share of money collected tn fines from tion of credit unions.
which gave ihe Injured workmen the I violation of game laws.
294r-by Stanfield— Regulating sale ol
260. by liavey— To enable districts foreign meats aud requiring meat ship,
choice of compensation or an action
In days of yore a man was po
to vote on question of livestock run ped Into slate from foreign countries
to be labeled.
ning at large.
Tax Measure* Passed.
under all circumstances, no
226. by Allen— To require dealer in
303. by Davey— To enable cities of
Two tax measures of importance 1000 population to own public utilities
imported eggs to luhel their contain
matter how much time it con
have been passed. Ono Is Ihe Bing
429, by Jones— To correct acknowl ers.
sumed. Then he would say “ My
ham bill which places a limit on the edgments taken by notaries after ex-
352.'by Littlefield— To make build ernment declares against destroy
amount of revenue that may be raised pirutlon of conim'ssiou.
ing and loan association subject to ing
American vessels acting ^ear si**, I desire that you under-
140, by committee on printing— Re corporation act.
In any one year. The other lax law
within their rights and against ^and thoroughly that I compre-
divides the tax payments luto two In pealing section of 1913 statute requir
192, by Blauchard— To provide for
stallments. If the first half is not paid ing district school clerk to uudit organization of co-operative organiza sacrificing American lives when bend fully and in all detail the
by April 5 It draws Inter ;t at t per
they are not forfeit under any information you are endeavoring
306, by Littlefield— Prohibiting a<l-
14, by Kelly— To restore tax collect
cent a month. A penalty on unpaid vurtlsements soliciting dlvorce-r
rules of warfare is for the whole t° impart to me. ’
taxes does not attach until November
144, by Hinkle— Fixing qualification
280, by Olson— To prevent misrepre- world to heed, with the Amer-
Now he says Gotcha!
5, when 5 per cent is added.
of county school superintendents.
• .rotation of metallic article offered
128, by Forbes— Empowering dis
The public accountancy department
ican people a unit at the back of |
trlrt bouHilary boards to review school
has been eliminated.
19. by Olson— To enable persons to President Wilson in his stand, as
A sensible young lady made the
district tax levies.
Election Laws Amended.
66. by Olson— Requiring both parties become candidates for primary nom clear as it is sound, as dignified following request to her friends:
inations by paying a fee.
The election laws have been amend to a suit to deposit jury fees.
471. by committee on assessment as it is strong, for the rights anti “ Do not lay me down by the rip-
ml in imporlaut particulars. A moth
97. by Dillard— Requiring majority
od for permanent registration has beep vote in majority of district to form a and taxation— Fixing April 5 and Oc safety of this nation’s citizens; pling brook side lest the babbling
tober 5 as taxpaying dates.
provided. A fee system for nominat union high school.
187, by Risley— Authorizing and reg and ships.
lovers wake me from dreams.
116, by Thomas—To require cities
ing candidates which will make the
ain! lug the practice of chiropractic In
paid name solicitors unnecessary, but anil towns to report to county clerks
»o r in the beautiful cemeteries
and assessors any change in bound Oregon.
still available, has been adopted
206. by Huston—Providing for elec on the seas are concerned, but it in the valleys lest sightseers coo-
thu terms of the latter bill the nsplr
200, by Stanfield—To limit liability tion of dairy and food commissioner
ant for nomination pays his money of bank for nonpayment of check and prescribing his power and duties. a band of Greasers in Mexico de- ¡ng over epitaphs, distract me;
Into the slate, county and city treas through error.
277, by committee on health and pub stroy the lives and property of but let me sleep under the coun-
ur.v Instead petition peddlers.
201. by Huston— Authorizing the lic morals—Requiring reports as to Americans, the only remedy thus ter of the merchant and business
.Ue>ifior election law restores the governor to fill vacancies in the office condition of eyes in infants to prevent
far prescribed by Mr. Wibon and man generally who never adver-
full franchise to the voters In election of United States senator.
413, by Wagner— Providing for pub
189, by Jones—Changing term of
of delegates to nattoual conventions
Mr. Bryan is for such Americans tises. There is peace that pass-
office of notaries public from two lication of school budgets.
and eliminates the payment of dele
476. by Joint committee on assess as are there to get out.
eth all understauding and a deep
years to four years.
gates’ expenses out of the public treas
168, by eastern Oregon delegation— ment and taxation— Directing tax col
sleep on which neither the bouy-
To provide for election of one railroad lector to carry forward delinquent tax
Special Election Ordered if Needed. commissioner from eastern Oregon, on roll and uote them upon tax re
ant footfall of youth nor the
,cn»c clal election to be held on the one from western Oregon and one from ceipts.
453, by Anderson— Regulates prac
Brevity may or may not be the weary shuffle of old age will ever
first Tuesday after the first Monday the state at large.
tice of osteopathy.
In November for the purpose of con
soul of w it,” but there is no intrude.—Greenfield (Iowa) Free
270. by Childs— Providing time In
porated cities and towns to control
stdering measures enacted by the re
which assessor shall deliver taxroll to question in regard to brevity be Press.
cent legislative sessions was passed.
334. by • Forbes— Ratifying lease of treasurer.
The bill does not. provide for an elec Summer and Abert lakes.
426, by Forbes— Abolishes reclama ing the soul of conversation now-
fund, transferring money to irri days. The aim of the up-to-the-
tlon unless the referendum is Invoked
Senate Bills Signed by Governor.
The buds on certain trees are
against any of the measures passed
9, by Dimlck— Abolishing emtgra
«econd conversationalist is to cut beginning to swell,—likewise the
by this session.
all corners and get there in the heads of certain citizens, aspir
Friends of the prohibition measure
95, by Vinton— To permit appeals
were particularly Interested to have from interlocutory decrees of divorce.
shortest possible time.
(Concluded on page 4)
ing to be mayor of this city.
115, by Langguth— To repeal laws
the bill passed, as they fear a referen-
relating io Jeath inasmuch .as aboli
dunj will be applied.
D oings at the capitol
News in Brief of the Doings of Oregon’s Law
makers During the Past Week
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