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8ALEM, OREGON. WEDNE8DAY, JANUARY 21, 1903.
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Situation- -Routine Proceeding
The tccond ballot on United States
!itor rovcnled a few cliniiRes In fa
ir of Senator Fulton.
The Houoe Vote.
Fulton- Doth, Cnrnnhan, Coeutt,
Hwds, Eddy, Emmltt, Gnult,
ttta, Hnle, Hansbrough, formalin,
me, Huntley, Lal-ollett, Miles.
Arisen, Phelps, Purdy, Riddle, Shel
4 Webster, Mr. Speaker 22.
jar-Burgess, Dannoman, Davoy,
feHayden, Johnson, Judd, Kay,
rood Bilycu, Dlakeloy, Uurlolgli,
utrell, Gnlolway, 0111, Murphy, 01-
Itobbins. Test 11.
Wnt AdantH, Hume. Kramer 3.
The Senate Vote.
ft"i Crolsnn. Daly, Fn-rar, Hob-
He, Johnson, Mulkey, Slolw-
'miBooth. Cartor. TMmmlc,
jfteminll. MarBtoi'Bj Band, Smith of
uulilll, Williamson, Mr. Prosldont.
Plttock Hulman, McGinn, Meyers
Oorj-'t Hunt, Mnys, Smith of Mult-
Wood - Miller. Pierce, Smith of
atllla Swoekk, Wade, Wehrung.
Ctli and examine nur new line soil filled,
(nous. Thty look like solid told and at,
lull the price.
Bancroft Optical Co.f
259 Commercial Street- J
I m mi - .i - mi. - "RT
jlry The Casli
J Don'tigo in debt for a single dollar. After you'v
? it a while you'll stay -with the cash store.
THE NEW YORK RACKET
not onlv arWrtkp; th rnsh nlnn hut thev stick to it.
J There is not one dollars worth of goods out of this store j
? which is not paid for. , J
5av the wmoP
4 Ollr kllFlnnrp Jo nrA,.l rxA nn 4 K l.
vui UU0IUC33 13 UUIIlUHCU Uil IIIC
J possible plan-
! We do not owe a dollar to anyone.
S Don't you think we can afford to undersell "regular
! stores" doin&business in the usual way of "buying on
! lime and sellingpn eternity?"
I We haven't any bait prices to quote you. You must
! see the goods to appreciate the values. ,
;0tr business for i 902 showed a big increase over
; any previous year
I It looks as though customers appreciated our modern
I business methods doesn't it.
I ,We carry everything in the Ladies' and Aten's fur'
Sab's Cheapest One Price Cash Store.
Some Btilliant Displays of
Political Oatoy Witnessed
But Reveal an Uneasiness in the Oregon
The speeches Today.
After Joint roll call, at request of
Representative Davoy, , Chief Clerk
Jennings announced the popular vote
for United StnteB scun'or cast last
Senutor Mulkey prosontcd Geer for
tho sonntorshlp. Ho commonted on
the duty that had been lifted from tho
shoulders of tho legislators In the
election of n United States sonntor.
This change, said ho, had boon 125
years In bplng brought about. Legis
lation of nil kinds n't'id lrrportnnce,
continued tho speaker, have been sac
rificed In .years past In the Intorest of
somo senatorial candidate, and not
InfrequontTy becauso of tho bitter
ness of the fight, hnve doadlocksk re
sulted and tho state has boon denied
a full representation In tho national
legislature. -Tho volpe or tho people
should bo Biipronuy said ho, for' tho
feoognltlon of such was responsible
for tho pormnnency anil stability of
tho grent nations of tho world. Vot
ing for Mr. Geer for tho United Statos
senator, hold tho speakor, Is voting
for principle. The oxnmplo would bo
far reaching na accomplishing a
chango throughout tho country In Uie
mnnner of electing United Statos son
ators. Tho speaker recognized that tho man
as well as tho principle must bo dis
cussed and proceodod with a rovlow of
tho political llfo of tho former govern
or, covering a period of 25 years. Ho
concluded by assorting that tho sontl-
ment of tho entlro state, evidenced
by tho Immense voto received by Mr.
G-or, favored his election to tho son
atorshlp, Tho address was rocelvod
Representative Eddy. In nominating
uayou know of any other store that can trutniuiiy
E. T. BARNES, Proprietor. . ?
Corner of Commercial and ChemekeU JJ
C. W. Fulton, conceded tho value of
government by the people. He doubt
ed the wisdom of departing from tho
manner of electing United States sen
ators as prescribed by tho constitu
tional convention over n year ago. De
fects had shown themselves, ho said,
In tho present system of electing son
ntors. It was one tiling to detect Im
perfection and another matter to rem
edy tho same. Accumulation of wis
dom and largo experience would alono
solve the question, he continued. Tho
action of the legislature of tho state
of Oregon, with reference to the
United Santos. senatorshlp, was by no
means final or compulsory, to tho ox
tent that the constitution Is nltcred to'
conform thereto. Ho charged that no
attempt waB, made to place Geer's
name before tho Ropubllcnn stnto con
vention for tho nomination nnd a
place on tho ballot. Ho further
charged that under tho plan adopto'd
by Geer to havo his name placed on
the ballot, no other Republican could
have had his name placed on the bal
lot. It was not right that any ono man
should usurp to himself the whole uso
of tho tltlo "Republican." The voto
received by Mr. Geer, claimed tho
speaker, does not represent tho Re
publican party, and tho only signifi
cance of tho voto Is that of an nd
vlsory value. Ho questioned tho ad
visability of sorlouHly constdorlng tho
candidacy of a man to tho high offlco
who might not bo In nccord with his
party. The votors of Tillamook coun
ty, concluded tho sponkoi luT" "not
consider that ho was bound to nbldo
by tho popular vote for sonntor under
the clroumstnncos. Mr, Eddy then
placed tho nnmo of Mr. Fulton before
Senator Pierce, In n brief nnd force
ful address, named Hon. C. R. S.
Wood for tho Domocrnts,
Roprosontntlvo Frank Davoy sec
onded tho nomination ofGoor, nnd af
ter briefly montlonlng the prominence
of his nomlnoo within the party, both
In this stntc an In tho nation, spoke In
favor of tho recognition of the ex
pressed voice of tho people.
Sonntor Rnnd, of Baker county, sec
onded tho nomination of Fulton,
whoso sorvlces, ho thought, would
best sorvo tho Interests of tho peo
ple of tho state.
Representative Kay arose 'and said
thnt Governor Gear was unjustly
turned down by tho stnto convention
and Mr. Geer's namo was pinned on
tho ballot by "petition of tho Ropubll
cnn voters of tho stato.
Ropresontatlvo La Follott, also of
Marlon, nrosu and said ho doslrod to
resont tho statomont of his colleague,
to the effect that Mr. Geer had been
House Afternoon Session.
Mr. Davey. chairman of a special
committed on resolutions, roportod on
henato concurrent resolution No. 1, to
investlgato snlos of school lands;
concurrod In by tho house; also con
current reaolution No. 13, to Invostl
gate managomont of stato institution;
concurrod In. Sonnto joint fosolutlon,
by Mulkey, to momorlnllzo congros
In regard to trusts; concurrod In.
First and Second Reading of House
H B. 130. Davoy To compel child
rent to nttond stato and nntlonal
schools, whoro board and clothing are
H. B. 131. Jonoe of Lincoln Slot
machine; alcohol traffic
H. B. 132. Davy Rft&nJaUng the
practice of dentistry; health nnd pub
H. B. 133. Davey In regard to the
salo of railroad tlokets; health and
H. B. 134. Edwards Road dlstrlat
to call meeting to levy tax: ase
ment and taxation.
H. B. 136, Hawkins Amend charter
of Pallas: cities and towps.
II. B. 136, Murphy To incorporate
Elgin; cltlofl and towns.
H B 137 Hermann Fixing alartw
of the county officers of Coos comity;
salartee or state and county officers.
H. B. 138. Shelley Te amend h1
Ib regard to foreclosure of merttfaK;
(Continued on elgth page )
Down the Canyon from
. , Cajon Pass
Sixty Cars Sweep Down the
' Steep Grade
Fireman and Conductor Killed
I Engineer Hurt
Chicago, .Tnn. 21. An arrangement
Is being made whereby, the) froight.
hnndjors nnd warehousemen through
out the United States, Canada and
Moxlco will he orgnnlud Into one
union, to bo called tho International
Froight Handlers and Warehouse
men's Association of America. A con
ventlon'ls to bo held In St. Louis with
in tho week. A charter has already
been- awarded by tho Federation of
Labor. Forty thousand men nro ex
pected to bo roprosonted by the dele
gates, The announcement wnH mado
by Prosldont Curran, of tho local
froight handlers' union, this morning,
unjustly turned down. Tho gront ma
jority of the delegates to tho stnto
i'onvontlon, ho said, hnd shown that
ho wan not wanted, nnd for that
reason a renomlnatlon was refused.
Ho claimed the people of Marlon
county did not wnnt Geer for sonntor,
nnd said that while on the cnnvnss he
announced thnt he was unpledged as
to Bonntor, Tho result was that ho ro
colvod the largowt number of votes of
nny man on the ticket. Ho closed by
seconding tho nomination .of Fulton.
San Bernardino, Jnn. 21. A freight
train of nine cars broke loose from Its
locomotlvo while coming down tho
Htoop grndo In Cajon Pass this morn
ing. Tho engine, under full steam,
ran down tho grade to avoid tho wild
train. At Koonsbrook. 10 miles below
tho puss, tho onglne Jumped tho truck,
and a second later tho train struck tho
wreck and Jumped the embankmont.
Fireman C. W. Beck. Conductor P. II.
Stewart aro (load, and Engineer Wal
ter Reed and Trainman E. C. Jllark
are seriously Injured.
Atlantic City. Jan. 21 There was
a terrlfllc hurrlcano here laht night A
big sqiiaro-rlggtfd ship Is on the reef
2(t miles oast of here. Attempts of the
life savings station all night were
fruitless. Thoro are no signs of llfo
this morning. All are Mleved to have
boen lost. Tho name of the vessel Is
The llfo guard picked up five of
the ciew or tho wrecked vessel, Which
proved to bo the American ship Ablol
Abbott. Tho men were found flontlng
three miles out to ui, and wero
lAshed on tho wreckage of the ship's
house. All woro In a precarious con
dition from exposure. One died he
fore reaching tho shore, and the oth
ers are still unconscious The ship's
owners wiro thnt sho had a crew of
nine, and It la believed the others
were killed by the falling masts. The
vea',l and cargo are a complete loss.
Hartford. Jan. 21. The Ju In the
Wilcox case, who is charged wlUl
killing his swethoart, Nellie ropsey,
today returncjd a verdict of murder in
the seeond degree, and fixed the pun
ishment at 30 years' imprlsonraont.
The rt trial had the death sentence.
Ivl Ankenay U&te in the Washing
ton sewatorlal lht. waring 18 vote
against PresUm il. ami Turner. Dem
ocrat . It 18 thought by shrewd jk.1
Wctao that Aakwiy will eventually
The mlHyrs' wage vwimiion te In
Miukm at IiMMaaapolia. President
Mlt(hll is in'attt-ndb
Colonel Lynch De
mands His Seat
Is He Member of Parliament
Not Fear England
Peace or War
London, Jan. 21. Tho present sen
sation, not only ,ln . England, but
through all the colonies, Is tho case
of Colonel Lynch now on trial. Lynch
was somewhat of n soldlor or fortune,
Drifting Into Afrlcn at tho time of
tho Jnmleson raid, ho took aides with
Upon tho brcnklng out of
the war he raised a regiment, and was
mado Its colonol. His record as a
flghtor wns good, and ho only quit
whon the war was ended.
At tho close
of tho war Colonol Lynch was elected
to parliament, from n borough In Ire
land. Chamberlain nnd tho govern-
mum uiiiciiiiH nuuiiwi mm uiiu u no i
attempted to thko a scat In parlia
ment thoy would hong him. Lynch
has returned to England, has demand
ed his seat and been nrrostod. This
morning ho wns brought boforo tho
hnr of tho royal law courts, charged.
Thoro aro four counts against him,,
specifying tho especial treasonable
acts., Tho government ovldontly con-
sldors tho caso an Importnnt one. as
It has six attorneys. Colonel Lynch I
has four nttornoys, and his defense la
mm wuuu in nits j) mir unny no was u
nnturnllzoil Boer citizen, nnd that ho
is not, thoroforo, Indictable. Tho
court room wns crowdod when ho wns
arialgncd. Tho colonel's wlfo sat by
his sldo during tho ronding or the In
dlctmont. Ho entorod n plea pf not
Children Cry for
THE BEGINNING OF THE END
Only a few more days and our
January Clearance Sale Closes.
IT GROWS GREATER, STRONGER, AND
MORE ATTRACTIVE EVERY DAY
Today is Umbrella Day x
Q Q - This Is our WED- Q O
OOCnesday surprise qqC
Today we will sell $J.25
and $.50 Umbrellas at 88c
"When we say $1.25 and
5 1 ,50 Umbrellas we mean it,
and you can depend on what
we say as being true.
We don't say 1.50 tmbrel
las for 88c and then gtve you
.a 51 .00 value.
But we will give you a $1 Umbrella for 50c
You eee we are rolne to make things Interesting In the UM
BRELLA DEPARTMENT today. So you had better come early, as
the supply Is limited.
Our new line of Colored and Hemstitched Borders are excellent
Our Black Glorias and Silks, ranelntr in price up to $12.50, will
all be sold today
AT GREAT SALE PRICES
James P Clark was yesterday elect
ed senator from Arkansas, Reed
Smoot, from Utnh; William J. Stone,
from Missouri; A. P. Klttrldgo, from
South Dakota; Thomas C. Piatt, from
New York; II. C. Hnnsbrough, front
North Dakota; A. J. Hopkins, fiom
Illinois; J. B. Gnlllngor, from Now
Hampshire; O. II. Piatt, from, Connec
ticut. Dclnwaro ts still tied up on ac
count of Addlcks' tight, and Kansas '
mado no choice.
Jnn. ?1. At a firo this
In n fnshlonablo aparhnont
.house, a woman Jumped .from tho third
story, and wns fatally Injured. Sixty
porsons woro Imperilled. Tho loss Is
, Hnrrlsburg, Pa, Jan. 21. Bolau
Penrose was re-elected by Iho Penn-
sylvnnla loglslnturo today to succood
himself in tho United Status sonnto.
Tho Louisville & Noshvlllo rail
road onglncors and II ronton havo boon
granatin! a 10 por cent ralso In wngos,
and tlie Delaware & Hudson havo
, granted a rnlso running from fi to 10
Residents of the Isle of Pines, south
of ubn. refuse to pay ubun taxes, and
I'Mm the Islnud belongs to tho United
il1.!1. I ' !'.'!. " I11!!''1"".'!1 'JJiSL" t".
BANANAS, 20 CentS a dOZCn
Three Dozen Oranges, 25c
154 State St.
Phone 2874 Malm