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8ALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1903.
Ee S Wood Said to Have
Withdrawn Fom the Race
Another Stoy of an Anti-Administration
Trade for the
Plan to Capttwe Tongue's Scat in This
District by Help of Gee Republicans
Out of tho multitude of Interests
ro born ninny stinngo vagaries, and
iot tho least mystorlouB of nil Is n
t,roat gonornl political swap to mako
leer senator, and carry tho party split
nto tho comlog congressional elec
tion In this district.
The first step in this direction Is to
fiot C. 13. S. Wood out of tho' way and
Mvo U10 Democrats In tho legislature
an easy way to walk Into tho Geer
(amp, as some of them woro walked
oer to Mltchull In 1001.
Wood for Geer.
Th Portland Orogonlnn today has
"No little stir was crent d among
tho Democrats today by iccolpt of a
stter addressed to Representative
Jallouny, from C. B. S. Wood, Demo-
crntlc candidate for sonntor, advising
)emocrntn to voto for e-Govornor
leer. The contents or tno leitor navo
Eot been generally divulged but It Is
known that Mr. Wood takes tho posl-
Ion that under tho Mays -act tho peo
ple of tho stnto last Juno declared
icmselves against him and for Geer.
PIIh argument Is that It la thus manda
tory upon tho entire legislature to
ist a united bnllot for Geer."
.Cull and examine our new line cold filled
'frames. They kvk like to! Id eold and at
half the price.
Bancroft Optical Co.
259 Commercial Street
, Battowa setwa
fhy The Cash Plan
jkDon'tigo in debt for a single
jf it a while you'll stay
It THE NEW YORK RACKET I
liflnot onlv advertises the cash
'Khere is not one dollars worth
wjucn is not paid tor.
m uo you Know 01 any otner
say the same?
uur Dusiness is conducted
We do not owe a dollar to
Don't you think we can afford to undersell "regular J
tores" doing business in the usual way of- "buviner on
ime and selling on eternity?"
We haven't any bait prices to quote you. You must J
ee the goods to appreciate the values.
Out business for i 902 showed a big Increase over
any previous year
It looks as though customers appreciated our modern
business methods doesn t it.
We carry everything in the
ialem's Cheapest One
E. T. BARNES,
Corner of Commercial
HlM - HSaBHKIHlHM
Another Trade Plan.
A piomlnont Domociat at Salem hns
divulged a plan to get all tho Demo
crats to voto for Geer, and In return
havo tho Gcor mon In this congres
sional district assist in tho election
of a Domocrat congressman to suc
ceed Tongue next spring. They argue
that such a trade was virtually made
In the Interest of Chamb&rlaln without
Governor Geer himself becoming n
party to It, although not discouraging
It. They could consistently mako the
same kind of n'trndo If it would en
sure them an nntl-ndmlnlstrntlon con
gressman from tho first distilct. Of
course, there Is no authority for the
proposition, and at present tho plan
rests In the minds of a few managers,
who will no doubt assiduously culti
vate the trade microbe.
fident of Success
Before the Vote on Senator
Hon. T. T. Ge,or, when soon by a re
pot ter bofore tho ballot for sonntor
was taken expressed every confidence
Fori The New 1
i ear. 5
dollar. After you've tried g
with the cash store.
Dlan but thev stick to it.
of goods out of this store
store mat can iruiniuuy
on tne most economical
Ladies and Aen s iurv 5
Price Cash Store,
- WHIBBHB - H - HB - H - MI
Amam liniiiinf mat
in his election. He said that a case
had never been known where the vote
of the people had been disregarded on
any question submitted to them.
"The fact that no other candidate
appeared on tho ticket 'should not
servo as a bar against mo, for I took
the first stop In order to show other
candidates my intentions, nnd to give
them a chaiico to appear, nnd if, tills
voto of the people Is overlooked, it will
be rewarding those who did not per
mit tho peoplo'to express their opin
ion of their candidacy. Such a violent
step as to overlook tho voto would be
"Of course, tho caso has no legal
Hiatus only a high moral one, and In
every case heretofore tho opinion of
the people, ns oxprossod at the ballot
box. has already received considera
tion. I'Whon the presidential electors mot
two years ago to voto for McKlnloy a
vote for Roosevelt would havo been
perfectly legal, although he ha'd not
been on the ballot for president, and
so if tho voters had desired tho elec
tion of any other caudldato than my
self, they could havo voted for him,
but whatever tho case, the majority
vote Is what counts."
The Stato Bnr Association will pro
sent to tho legislature a bill making
the salaries and expenses of tho coun
ty officials paynblc by the board of
county commissioners, tho samo as
claims against tho county held b any
ono else. This Is meant to do away
with any extra fees and extrn oxponse
Bondsmen Not Liable
If Not Found County Must
Lose Entire Amount
linker City, Or., Jan. 20. Further
developments In tho Huntington de
falcation case today brings out the
fact that one ot hla official bonds for
the second term Is missing. Tho bond
was given, or supposed to havo been
given, to secure tho county against
loss in tho collection of taxos. There
is no record of tho filing of tho bond,
nnd it Is not to ba found among the
papers pertaining to tho sheriff's of
fice in tho county dork's oflico. The
county judge and commissioners re
momber of having approved tho bond.
but tho bond Itself Is missing. As the
greatest portion of tho shortage oc
curred during tho second term of
Sheriff Huntington, tho county will be
unablo to recover from tho bondsmen,
save for the first term, unless the
missing bond is found.
If no bond Is found tho county will
have to stand tho loss, whloh la now
admitted to be 17,000.
City Recorder N. J. Judah leaves
Wednesday night for San Franolsco,
for a desorved vacation. Since asaum
Ing charge of tho olty recorder's of
five, four years ago. Mr. Judah has not
had any vacation. San Francisco Is
the birthplace of Mr. Judah. where he
will enjoy a visit with relatiYM who
reside there. He will return to Sa
lem on February 3d. awl durtag his
abki-oie the office will be in chars of
It 11 Labo, who will don the record
r i authority Thursday morning
Put Through House at
its a Frettv Free Handed
But all the Sections Were
Finally Agreed to
house resolved Itself Into a
committee of tho wholo this morning
wtyh Eddy In tlio chair and proceed
ed)wlth tho consideration of the Lowls
and Clatk fair appropriation bill.
With but two slight amendments, 11m
Itfng the liability of the stato and pro
viding for the filling of vacancies In
tly? board of directors by the gover
nor; the bill WM adopted by section,
and In its ontlroty, and reported bnek
to the house ns recommended by tho
special commltteo, to whom it was re
ferred. Several attempts to hnmper
the bill by making the availability of
tho appropriation conditional on tho
rnlslng subscriptions from other sour
cos were dofeated. The bill, upon
motion, was considered engrossed nnd
was placed on the calendar for third
Debate on the Bill.
Everything pnsQd off smoothly un
til tho commltteo encountered the
wtlon providing for the appropriation
of $500,000. Halo, of Josephine,
moved an nmendmont, which, In ef
fect, provided thnt no part of tho pro
posed appropriation ba made avail
able until tho directors of the fair
could satisfactorily show tho secretury
of stnto and stato treasurer that an
available exposition fund of nt loast
$1,000,000 oxlstod from private and
corpornto subscriptions, exclusive of
xtnto nnd national appropriations. Tho
Amondment wan seconded ns stated.
Malarkoy, of Multnomah, spoke at
length In support of tho bill In its
original form. Tho adoption of such
an amondment and Its provisions
would kill tho bill and tho contemplat
ed ontorprlse. In explaining his posi
tion. Halo said that ho Is not opposed
to tho exposition, nor Is ho unfriondly
to Portland, but the Interest of tho
taxpayers, who are callod upon to pro
vide the fund. To be a success n
grenter sum than $1500,000 Is roqulred,
he said, nnd It wax duo the taxpayer
that his Interests bo sorvod. Jones,
of Lincoln, said his constituency fa
vored tho exposition, nnd for that ion
son ha would oppose tho nmendmont.
If tho appropriation bill must be de
feated, ho doslrod that It be klllod
on Its own merits, nnd hot as tho ro
mlt of filibustering. Cornott argued
that the adoption of the nmendmont
would In all probability defeat aid to
th fair from othor hources. Wheal
ilon. n membor of the committee which
rnommondod the passage of tho bill,
thought the measure merited th fa-
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wruum uunmuunuiuii in mt "H'"
tors. Tho eommitteo. said lift, had so
amended the bill that tho state's lia
bility In the promises is limited to
the amount of tho proposed appropria
tion. $800,000. Davoy spoke at .length
in favor of the bill In Its original
form. Ho considered that the meagre
outlay by tho state would be many
times returned by the subsequent hen
ents that are sure to accnio to the
state, whose undeveloped resource H
offered abundant opportunity for set
tlement to the numerous Eastorn peo
ple who are coming Wostward. Oault
opposed the appropriation, because it
means the doubling of state taxes,
which emigrants already claim are too
high. For that reason he ijuostloned
If the holding of the exposition, under
the circumstances, would not prove a
detriment, rather than an advantago
to the stato. Hanks, of Multnomah.
talked for the measure, but become
Involved In a good-natured rontrnver
sy with Oawlt. who preceded him,
"Mr Hal and Mr. Oault insist on
talking about the 'poor taxpayer,'"
stated Banks. "I did not mention the
taxpayer," interrupted Gault rising to
bis feet "Wei, you stated that your
pHpl are opposed to tho exposition
continued Hanks. "Tho gentleman Is
again mlstnkon," again Interrupted the
Washington roprosontntlvo. "Then
what did you say?" quorled Banks. "I
will not ropent my romnrks," respond
ed tho Interrupting membor. ''Why,
Mr. Chalrmnn," resumed Mr. Ilnnks,
"every woman In Washington county
will have sold enough butter and eggs
during the first CO days of the exposi
tion to mnke up tho aggregate of thnt
county's share of tho appropriation for
tho support of tho fair." "Do . you
menu to say that tho women of Wash
ington county would not bo able to
soil the same amount of butter and
oggs If tho fair was not hold," asked
Oault "That Is certainly just what I
mean," retorted tho member from
Multnomah county, and tho Incident
Chalrmnn Eddy Btnted the nmond
mont, nnd the samo was dofented by
an overwhelming vote. Pholps offerod
ait amondment, tho samo In Its pro
visions as tho Halo nmondment, ox
copt tho amount stated was $5T0,000.
After soino furthor discussion tho
amendment was rejected by an almost
tinnnlmous voto. Succeeding sec
tions of tho bill woro rend and adopt
ed without discussion. -Tho commit
too nroso and reported to the house.
'Report was adopted, On motion of
Mnia'rkoy, tho bill w'as considered on
grossed nnd placed on cnlendnr for
List of Persons Appointed to
Supt of cloiks Chns. T. Curry.
Stenographers Miss Myrtle Mc-
Daulel, Mr. Ilonton Bowman, MIhb
Charlotte Ohio, Mfss K. Gcrtiude
Baslior, Miss FJoia Hallock.
Chiof dorks E. It. Mummoy, M. F.
Powell, C. S. Jackson, J. U. Campbell.
Commltteo clerks Sam Wourl, Jns.
Stewart, Scott Morris. Hobt. Virtue,
Miss Julia Fullerton, Miss D. Ilann-
man, S. II. Itock, J. McNulty, Miss
Ora Smith. Thou. Cnll, Lou Huilow,
TIioh. Newstend, Miss Cnrrlo Willis,
Mrs. May Chnpninn, Mrs. Francis 13.
Ellis, MIhb Chrlstlno Bottli, ltd.
'Joseph. C. I. ltoborts, 8. A. Pennlck
Miss Ida Funk, Miss Mnbol Crelxhtou.
J. T. Jacobl, Mrs. IttiltK. Samuel
E..J. Ellison Ih lopntHontliig the
Remington typewriter company here,
which Is placing n large number of
machines nt tho stnto houso.
Larry SuIIIvnn Is n prominent lob
bylst hero from Poitlnud.
Is Growing in Popularity
Eyery Day There is Something
New Put on the Cutting Counters
Tomorrow we will sell $1.25
and $1 50 Umbrellas for
On the Revision
Consider the Lewis and Clark
The Senate Passes Some
Little Charter Bills
Houfio was oponed with prnyor by
Row Cloo. A. Rltchoy, of tho First
Christian church, of Salem.
Eddy's amondment to houso uilo
35, providing for -10 standing commit
tee for tho houso, Instead of .19, as at
present, wns adopted. Tho nddltlonal
commltteo consists of revision of
Speclnl committee on Lewis and
Clnrk fair appropriation biU reported
favorably on mensuro, with one slight
nmendmont. Repoit adopted.
Resolutions committee roQommond-
ed conourrondo by tho Iioubo In S. C.
R. 13, providing for omploymont of
11 oxportH to oxnmlno books and af
fairs nt dlfforeiit stnto Institutions,
Solect committee roportod favor
ably on II. II. ft Adopted.
At 10 o'clock house, on motion of
Eddy, resolved Itself Into commltteo
of tho wholo for tho consideration of
II. 1). No. 1. providing for nn appropri
ation of $500,000 for thp-LowlH and
Clnrk centennial. Eddy noted ns
chnlrman. Tho bill whb coiiHldorod
section by section.
Senate Tuesday Morning.
Called to order at 10 a. m. Prayer
by Rev. Rublng, of the United Evan
Message fiom the secretury of
state resolutions adoptod by last leg
Islatuio No. 1. election of stntu print-
iCoutliiuod on pngo llvo.)
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