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8ALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1903.
MJ JL JL JHl JLJk JL
Deep, .Deep Timbe
Gtcr lost another vote today, and
Mum made a gain of ono vote In the
third ballot for United Spates senator.
Reptacntatlvo Ulnn, who lias been
oUig tor Gecr today left the ex-governor
Mil cast hlB ballot for th Clat
iop county man. The vote roaulted:
Fulton, 32: (Jeer, 17; Wood, 17; scat-
rtinir 21, absent, 3. There was no
UtechmaMiiK at today's Joint ses-
ion, save a few remarks by Ropre
tentative Davey, who desired to cor
net an erroneous Impression that he
Mildered had been given out by Ln
Wktt yesterday, when that gentle-
iiu ttatc.d that ho i-ecolvccl the larg-
irtnto in Marlon county of any other
stUate on tho Republican ticket.
bilent Drownell replied that It was
'ttsierstandini: that LnFollott had
arttlint he, LaFollett, reeolvod tho
iflrt vote for represontatlvo on tho
e ticket In Mr. Geer's home pro-
iff. "I thank tho presiding officer
tie Interest he takes In tho matter,
J I desire to bo recorded ns voting
if T T. Geer," concluded Mr. Davey,
ii tho Incident closed.
IV voto in dotal! was as follews:
Tho House Vote. ,
ftitnn liooth. Carnahan. Coruutt,
Inarrts, Kddy, Emmltt, auulf,"Olnn,
than, Hale, Hnnsbrough, Hermann,
ulton. Huntley, I.aFollett, Miles,
aulsen, Phelps, Purdy, Riddle, Shol-
i Webster, Mr. Speaker 23.
Geer Burgess, Danneman, Davey,
jrden Johnson. Judd, Kay, Sim
ons, YVhraldon 9.
Wood Rllyeu, Dlnkoloy, Rurlolgh,
antrell Galloway, QUI, Kramor, Mur-
ly Olwtll. RobblnH, Test 11.
Call lodfximldt our new line goli rilled
frames. They look like solid gold and at
half the price.
Bancroft Optical Co.
510 rnmmpi-clfll StrPAt
A.M BANCROFT j&SSSS
bye Specialist' ttS52
Try The Cash Plan For Tne' New
! THE NEW YORK RACKET
i not only advertises the cash plan but they stick to it.
f There is not one dollars worth of goods out of this store
men is not paid for.
ttoyou know of any other store that can truthfully
5av the same?
Our business is conducted on the most economical
We do not owe a dollar to anyone.
Don't you think we can afford to undersell "regular
stores" doing business in the usual way of "buying on
time and selling on eternity?"
We haven't any bait prices to quote you. You must
see the goods to appreciate the values.
Our 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 Ladies' and Men's fur
TRYING TO GET A RISE
Bat the WIttltnomah. Tot Will
Not Take His Fly
Tk Dark Horse Still in the Shade of the
Absent Adams, Hume 2.
The Senate Vote.
Geer Crolsan, Daly, Farrar, Hob
son, Howo, Johnson, Mulkoy, Stol
Pulton Dooth, Cartor, Dlmmlc,
Kuykendall, Marsters, Rand, Smith of
Yamhill, Williamson, Mr. President
Plttock Holman, McGinn, Meyors
George Hunt. Mays, Smith of Mult
Wood Miller, Pierce, Smith of
Umntllln, Sweek, Wade. Whorung,
Absont Fulton1 1.
Senate Thursday Morning.
Called to order at 10 a. m. Prnyor
was offored by Rev. T. P. Hornschueh,
H. 11. 1, " Malarkey Called up by
Hunt, tho Lewis and Clark fair; re
ferred to sppclnl committee of seven,
with tho iirlvll-.RO of reporting at any
S. 1). 100. Stelwor To Incorporate
Alamo; advanced to third reading nnd
oJRBK!ll'morIal to congross, Kuy
kendall. to maintain a wagon road
across the Cascades; adoptod.
Kuykondall movod that uilo 18 bo
amended. Carried. Chartor bills will
not bo printed unless by spoclnl request.-
S. II. 101, Cartor To amond code;
ndvnncod to second reading; roforred.
H. R. 102, Daly In repairing stnto
buildings; first roadlng.
S. 11. 103. Wehrung To amend
code; first reading.
S. 11. 104, Williamson To amend
code; first reading.
S. R. 28, Hobson To incorporate
Stay ton; third reading and passed.
S. R 105, Plorco To incorporate
.Eoho; Umatilla county delegation.
S. R. 10C, Rand To incorporate
Rourne; advauced to. third reading
S. R. 107. Mulkoy To provido for
the payment of claims against the
state, first reading.
Don'tgo in debt for a single dollar. After youve tried
it a while you'll stay with the cash store. J
's Cheapest One Price Cash Store.
E. T. BARNES, Proprietor.
Corner of Commercial and Chemeketa
S. D. 108, Mulkoy Providing for
hop inspector; advanced to third read
ing and ordered printed.
Message from tho governor in re
gard to action on tho water supply of
tho state Institutions.
Concurrent rosoluUon 14 Kuyken
dall, In regard to tho wator supply
and light for stnto Institutions; adopt
ed. S. R. 109, McGinn To amend cod;
S. U. 110, Sweek To "amend code;
S. H. Ill, Howe In rogard to col
lection of taxes; first reading.
S. D. 112, Fulton To amend code;
S. R. 113, Johnson To nmend char
ter of Dufur; advanced to third read
ing and passed.
S.' D. 43, Pierce To Incorpornto
North Powdor; read second and third
time nnd passed.
S. D. 01, Kuykondall Amending
Inw In rogard to methods of enrolling
nnd engrossing bills; second reading;
Resolution, Kuykondall, to appoint
committee to visit stnto university.
' Took a rocosfl at 11:10 until 11:55.
H. U. 174. by Shollty Mnklng
drunkenness u misdomunnor. Alco
II. B. 175 b Simmons, by request
Relating to taking of dopo&itlons. Ju
diciary. II. D. 170, by Davey Amending sec
tion 3C0il of codo, fixing Salary of as
sistant wnrdon nt prison nt $1200 per
annum Wnys and moans.
II. B. 177 by Carnahan Repealing
section 3041 of codo. Assessment and
H. R. 178, by Carnahan Rolatlng to
giving of official bonds by stato and
county officers. Judiciary.
II. D. 179, by Carnahan Amending
section 2533 of code Assessment and
taxation. . ... . . .
H. n. 180, by Carnahan Amondlng
section 3984 of code. Assessment and
II. D. 181, by Gault Appropriating
monoy for rodoomlng script Issued by
territorial govornmont. Ways and
II. B. 182, by Gault Amondlng soc
tion 1087 of codo, rolatlng to feos of
county cloj-kH. Salaries of utato and
ii. it. iB3 uy uauit Rolatlng to
salaries of Washington county offi
cers. Snlarios of stato and county of
ficors. II. B. 184, by Gault Amondlng sec
tion 2053, requiring sheriffs to collect
certnin feos. Salaries and county of
ficers. H. B. 186, by Hlnos Prohibiting
sale of liquor by glass by druggists.
H. B. 180, by Wobstor Amondlng
codo rolatlng to rocovory of damagos
by reasun of dofectlve highways
Roads and highways.
H. B. 187, b GUI, by requoBt Pro
vlding for stnto board of charities.
Health and public morals.
II. R. 188, by LaFollott Providing
for appolntmont of stnto hop inspec
H. D. 189, by Haydon AuUiorlzing
county courts to construct flume
ways. Roads and Highways.
II. B. 190, by Hawkins Amondlng
Dallas chartor. Cities and towns.
H. B. 191, by Johnson, by request
To incorporato Ione. Spocial commit
teo from 28th district.
II. B. 192, Galloway Prohibiting
Importation and sale of adultoratod il
luminating oil. Judiciary.
H. B. 193. by Murphy Providing for
relocation of county soat of Union
II B. 194. by Murphy, by request
Providing for aM8ment of bank
assets and personal propert In county
in whloh it Is located. Assesmsnt and
H. B. 195, by Phelw. by requait
Rolatlng to accoptanoe and disposal
of lieu lands. Irrigation.
II. B. 196,by Harris Providing for
assmont and taxation of all corpora
tions. Assossment and taxation.
On motion of Harris, the chairmen
of the respective committees appoint
ed under S. C. R- No. 13, for the Inves
tigation of the different state Institu
tions, were authorized to name the
14 eocpert olerks whose services wer
authorised by the resolution.
Houe Wednesday Afternoon.
House bill SI declared sase
II. B. 91 OnUred wltMfftw Horn
committee and priUd.
A message from the governor
(Continued on page Ave )
Bill Introduced by La
(To Create Office at $75 Per
To Be Paid $5.00 by Parties
Representative I.aFollett, of this
county! today Introduced In tho houso
a bill providing for tho appolntmont of
a stata hop inspector, fixing his com
pensation and prescribing his duties.
Tho bill was road once nnd passed to
a second reading.
Tho bill provides that a competent
man lie appointed state hop Inspector
by the governor, state trensuror and
socretary of state, his term of office
to bouwo years. The proposed inspec
tor 1bj to have an oftlco at the stato
rapltul during Uie months of Soptem
bor, October, Novomber and Decom
ber, and for his services is to recolve
a salary of $75 per mouth for tlioflo
four months, the salary to be paid out
of the state funds, the samo ns aro tho
salaries of the other stato oirtcors. Tho
proposed law "provides furthor that
the nssessor In oach county, when
making tho assessment keep a record
oirrijxctnlly prepared- blanks of the
noreage grown to hops, probable
yield, nnmo of the ownor or igntor of
tho ynrds, and othor data, Those
blanks nro to be forwarded to tho
secretary of state, to be dollvored to
tho hop Inspector.
It will bo the duty of tho Inspector,
ns proposed by tho bill, to officiate as
an arbitrator n botweon buyer and
grower when a dlsputo arises as to
tho quality of the product involvod In
the transaction, whothor It bo nn out
right salo, ohattlo mortgngo or under
contract. For such services, tho In
spector Is to recelvo $5 per day for
tho tlmo actually employed, but this
compensation must be pnld equally by
tho grower and tho donlor.
Regarding tho qunllty of hops, the
1)111 sava: "Tho terms 'nrime.' and
choice', aru construed to mean such
grades of hops as can bo sold at tho
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pniu Ul J1IHIIU Ul l-jiuiirw ill uiv iiuji.
market at tho time sot for the delivery
of uh hops In tho contract."
The amount of taro to bo deducted
from each halo is reduced from 7 to fi
pounds, and balos nro to range from
175 to 215 pounds In wolglit. Fines of
from $8 to $50 are provided for the In
fraction of any of the provisions of
Denver. Jan. 22. The D-mo ratio
msmtwrs of tho legislature ar.- cau
cusing this morning to determine their
cours1 and und tho senatorial squab
ble. It is reported Teller will with
draw The Joint Democratic session
proved a flwle. through the absenc of
representatives, which broke Uio
quorum. Tflors win us no eiecuim i
day, hut the Democrats will tomorrow
throw out more Republicans senators,
enough to Insure an elation, after
which they will elect.
Ouards have been placed In the
house to rosist the anticipated attempt
of the Waleott mn to capture the
chamber. Shotguns have been taken
into the eharaber, and on every desk
i a pair of rerolvers. Thirty police
in plain ojftthes are In the senate
cuanber. Soon after the IVraooratlr
caucus was called to order this morn
g. Teller appeared and said he would
not withdraw, unless it to-rame nee
mmuT to harmonise Uie party. The
Democrat the went Into Joint
.(. ballot. The Republicans will
probably hold a joint st-ion tomor
L. H.McMahan Wants
For Damages to Mrs. Gibson,
Theory of Suit That Plead
ings are Privileged
Papers wore served this aflornoon
by L. II. McMahnn, attorney for Mary
F. Gibson, plaintiff, versus Hofor
Brothers, publishers oftho Daily Cap
ital Journal, asking damagos of $5000
and costs for an nllogod libelous publi
cation, tho satno boiug an extract from
tho ploadlngs in tho dlvorco suit of
Gibson vcrsu Gibson.
The oxtrnct from tho pleadings In
tho circuit court wore not published in
full, but moroly disclosed tho nature
of the husband's answer to hor com
plaint nsklng for n dlvorco, and Is not
more severe than Is usual In such
The Gibson divorce suit nttractod a
great denl of attention, nnd was stub
bornly contested by the lawyers on
both sldos, Mrs. Gibson securing her
Ashovlllo, N. C, Jan. 22. In a rear-
ond collision of frolght trains on tho
Southern railway this morning two
trainman woro fatally and soven oth
ers sorlously Injured.
Attractions Increase as Out t
I Clearance Sale Progresses.
Every article, except contract
class merchandise Is offered at
positive and pronounced money
Extra Specials In Our
No liner, nicer or more
sought ior garments can
be lound in the city than
those offered by us in our
$5 bill sale.
tO One? Any $10.00, $12.50 or
In Our Store for $10,
and we Give You a $5
-Bill with the Jacket.
There is also a lot of fine
dress skirts being offered
in the same generous way
Remember we are giving
away $5.00 Bills. . . .
? See display in our Liberty
and plain taffetas Mo. 30 and 4-mcn worm up to -lot yd &
X X SPECIAL 9 CENTS A YARD. X X
fl IHB BMK HJI
Goes to Tacoma
Story That 500 MenWant
to Get Married'
And Wants to Be One of the
Tneonin, Jan. 2. Miss Lillian WhIO
taker arrived horo today from Law
rence. Mass., in sonrch of a husband.
It sooms that some sort of n story hnd
boon printed that nt least 500 Wash
ington bacholors wanted to got mar
ried, nnd tho Btar-oyed divinity from
Lawronco, Mnss., swooped down on
Tacoma. Sho claims to have the ad
dress of a number of Tacoma ollgl
bios, furnished by tho postmnstor of
that city. Some Tacoma man Is llnhlo
to bo married in tho near future.
The White House
Restaurant la growing In popularity
each day, and you will ho in tho swim
If you tnko your meals there. Every
BANANAS, 20 Cents a dozen.
Three Dozen Oranges, 25c
154 State St.
Phono 2074 Main.
goods. In our entire stock of first
a reduction which means most
savlntr to provident and shrewd
per ta' e
Fine Toilet Soaps 5c
15c Toilet Soaps 9c
5c Vaseline 3c
15c Vaseline 9c
Carbolnt d VaselliiA 10c
White's Toolh I'owcjor 12c
Woodlsrk's Tooth rowilvr. . 10j
Camphor Oresm.. . . . lflc
Almond Cream 10c
Perfntned Talcum Po
street window, fancy ribbons '