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BAXEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, TEBBUARY 0, 1005.
LAT SALARY LAW IS
es Through the Senate With
form Championed by the
Journal Is at Last
I Senate Thursday Forenoon.
o flat salary bill by Kay was a
flal order for tho opening hour.
tor Malarkoy mado tho opening
lb, and championed tho bill. Ho
ll attention to tho fact that this
lis tho result of a demand of tho
ilo, and a promise of all political
cntions, and charged that now is
Itimo to redeem thoso pledges, lie
up tho question of tho constitu-
iility of tho bill, and proceeded to
by tho constitution and tho jour-
of tho convention that framed it,
this movo is entirely in keeping
l mo line iu ui our luiiuuiuuiiuu
Ho finally asserted that if thoro
Id bo any doubt it was only proper
allow tho supremo court to pass up-
I that question. This was Senator
larkoy's best speech of tho session.
alt Lake, Fob. 9. The first pas-
ger train from Salt Lake to Los An-
es, over tho Salt Lake route, loft
9 morning. It was a spocinl, carry-
Vice-President Clark and Gonornl
mager "Wells and a party of railroad
Rcials aud their friends. Tho road
11 not bo open for regular trnillc bo-
ftre tho end of April.
(Chicago, Fob. 9. Tho indictment
ainst Will Davis, manager of tho
oquois theatro, which wns destroyed
firo Decembor 30, 1903, with a loss
life aggregating 575, wns quashed
day by Judge Koertsen, with Judge
focn sitting on tho bench.
Errors in tho indictment nro tho basis
r tho decision? which also renders in-
erntivo tho indictments against Stage
irpentor and Business Manager Noo-
in. tho court nciu tunc now inuici-
outs could bo drawn, as thero was
) statuto of limitations against mnn-
Shipwrecked Drew Arrivo.
J Now York, Feb. 9. Tho Standard
lit Company's steamer, tho City of
Bverett, bound for this port from So-
fino Pass, Texas, returned today with
er bow damaged, and 20 shipwrecked
leamon from tho Norwegian steamship
oif Erickson, which was sunk in a col-
tsion with tho Everett February 4th,
ff Capo Romnine, Fla. Two of the
Dickson's crow wero drowned.
Will Soon Join Machon.
Toledo, Fob. 9. Tho condition of
eorgo E. Loronz, convicted with Au
gust W. Machen of postal frauds, and
tho is ill at his homo in this city, is
apidly improving, and expects to leave
or Washington on Monday.
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
se Sappotftes? !
Just recoivedj.licect from tho factory. The rubbr covered
button holds fast but doesn't tear the hose. We carry an im
mense assortment of fancy patterns in all colors
Tho new "Pad Front Velvet Grip" supporter is quite a fa
vorite with the ladies, as it increases the straight front effect so
much desired by stylish dressers. Our THOMSON GLOVE
PITTING CORSETS have the genuine VELVET GRIP 'kSUP-
Tho Quality of our merchandise is reliable. Our prices al
ways lower than at "Regular 1 Stores."
It was simple, to tho point, and consist
ent with good sense. Ho summed up
tho wholo mnttor by asking: "Should
wo not bo as willing to violato tho con
stitution by voting to keep monoy in
tho treasury as by voting monoy out of
tho treasury!" Ho closed his speech
with an appeal for tho bill in tho in
terest of justico, consistency and as nn
Bof oro voting " Senator Haines ex
plained that ho would gladly voto for
tho bill, but thought that ho could not
do it under his oath to support tho con
stitution. Senator Band took a position similar
to that of Senator Haines. Ho hoped
tho bill would pass, but ho felt that it
was wholly unconstitutional. Tho voto
stood as follews:
Ayes Avory, Booth, Bowermnn, Car-
Washington, Fob. D. At tho sugges
tion of Representative Bartholdi, of
Missouri, in tho capacity of president
of tho inter-pnrliamontnry union,
President Roosovolt is seriously con
sidering tho ndvisability of tendoring
tho good ofllces of tho United States in
tho direction of ponco in tho Far East,
without waiting for n request from tho
belligerents. Bartholdi called at tho
White IIouso this morning and present
ed, informally, tho reasons why the
TJnitod States could do this without
offense to Russia or Japan. Tho Presi
dent promised to consult with Secretary
Hny as to tho feasibility of tho propo
sition. A Lie Nailed.
Washington, Feb. 9. Senntor War
ren refused to discuss tho charges
brought against him by tho Wyoming
legislature, and said: "Sinco tho log
islaturo of my stato has refused to give
thorn consideration, so will "I. They
aro without foundation, and not worth
discussing. " It wns charged that War
ren wns carrying on the rolls of tho
seuato his son and other persons not
rendoring any service.
Republicans Will Caucus.
Washington, Fob. 0. A petition is
being circulated in tho houso calling
upon tho chninnan of tho Republican
caucus to call a meeting tomorrow, nnd
outlino tho party action in tho stato
hood bill, recently amended by tho son
uto to strike out Arizona and give sep
arate statehood to New Mexico.
Bill to Soparato Church and State.
Paris, Fob. 9. A bill providing for
tho separation of church and stnto was
presented to tho chamber of deputies
today, and was referred to tho committee.
but Little Opposition Great Re
Little Salem Daily Capital
Enacted Into Law
tor, Coe, Coke, Coshow, Croisan, Farrar,
Hobson, Hodson, Holmnn, Laycock,
Laughery, Malarkoy, McDonald, Mil
ler, Nottingham, Pierce, Smith, Tuttle,
Whcaldon, Wright, Kuykondnll S4.
Nays Brownell, Haines, Rand, Sich
II. B. 31 McLcod, providing for
uniform eighth grndo examination.
S. B. 214 Carter, requiring all kinds
of funds received for salo of stato
property bo placed in tho stato treas
ury. Substitute read second time.
S. B. 265 Booth, Grants Pass char
Adjourned to 2 p. m."
Tho houso opened with prayer, as
Washington, Feb. 9. A cablegram to
tho war department from Qcneral Cor
bin at Manila reports that nn engage
ment between Philippino scouts and
Pulajanz, at San Joso Somnr, in which
Second Lieutenant Gastin was wounded
and one scort killed. Ono thousand
Pulnjnnoz havo been located near
Mount Tnmo. American troops nro op
crating with tho troops to dislodge
thorn. An additional battalion of in
fantry has been sont to tho island.
Asked for Stay of Execution.
Washington, Feb. 9. Tho attorney
for Samuel J. Cuno, of Chnrlottoville,
who was sentenced to hang tomorrow
for tho murder of his wife, today filed
in tho supremo court nn application for
a stay of execution and n writ of error.
Tho decision will bo announcod lato
Off for Manchuria.
Berlin, Feb. 9. Tho Loknl Auzigor
learns from a Russian source .that tho
Grand Duko Nicholas Nicholnvitch, in-spoctor-gonernl
of Russian cavalry, will
start for Manchuria noxt week. Ho is
a relativo of Kuropatkin.
Auburn, Cal., Fob. 9. Claronco Geer,
tho star witness in tho Wobor murder
trial, today testified as to assisting in
tho bringing of tho bodies of tho Web
er family from tho burning building. Ho
also corroborated tho testimony of Wal
ter Crosby, who saw tho defendant pass
his livery stablo shortly boforo tho firo
was discovored. J. A. Powell had pre
viously tostifiod that tho dofondnnt had
entered tho American Hotel wash room
just previous to that time, nnd May
Clark saw him coming in from tho di
rection of tho Weber home nnd toward
tho Amoricau Hotel.
Gcor also testified that ho found a
pistol with which tho murdoror evi
dently committed tho net undor the
Wober barn. He said tho pistol was
covered with blood, and had fivo un
loaded shells in tho obambors, and fivo
loaded ones lying alongside. The wit
nom wns on the stand most of tho fore
noon. Tho attorney for the dofonuo
tried hard to break his testimony, but
failed utterly. A numbor of witnossos
wont on the stand this afternoon to tes
tify that thoy did not seo defondant as
sisting in any manner at tho firo. To
morrow will bo an important day. Tho
pawn-broker from Ban Franoiseo will
Identify the pistol as sold by hint to a
young man answering tho description
Frank Hamilton, of Pendleton, was
sentenced to one year in tho peniten
tiary for obtaining money under false
A game bill with a defective titlo
was sent bnck to tho committee
Tho Pierco gnmo bill to regulato
killing wild fowl was taken up for pas
sagd. Bailey wanted it sent back to
tho printer. Kay objected, as it was
unfair to kill a bill in that way. Ho
opposed reference. On the roll call
changes wcro mado from aye to nny,
and thoro was general confusion and
misunderstanding ns to tho bill. Roll
call showed oyes 35, noes 21. It
changes tho law from 50 a day to 25.
8. B. No. 25 By Pierce, relating to
pheasants and othor land birds in
Eastern Oregon. Prohibits killing for
next fivo years. Passed.
8 B. No. 73, by Holmnn. To provido
for caro of indigent and dependent
children in citios of 100,000 population.
(Continued on rourth page.)
Broken Rail Causes
It to Run Off Track
Running Seventy Miles Per
Hour 3 Killed
Des Moines, Iown, Fob. 9. A tolo-
phono messago from Melbourno, 25
miles from Des Moines, snyB tho "Mil
waukeo' 'passenger train, which loft
Chicago last night for Des Moines, broke
through a bridgo two miles west of
here. Fivo passengers nro reported
killed nnd many injured. Eight coaches
The train on tho overland limited
loft Chicago ut 0:05 last night. Ac
cording to tho officials of tho road up
wards of ono hundred passongers wero
in the train. Tho injured nro being
carried to Melbourne nnd Rhodes, tho
tAvo uourest towns.
Tho accident occurred nt 8 o'clock
this morning. Tho train was running
70 miles an hour to mnko up timo. Tho
wreck wns caused by a broken mil
300 feet from tho bridgo. Tho on
ginos jumped tho track and ran on tho
ties. Tho first ongino passed tho bridgo
safely, but tho second broko through
and wont into tho ditch, carrying eight
of tho coaches, Tho coachos over
turned, imprisoning the pnsscngers in
tho cars. So fnr.as known only threo
nro dead und 30 injured. Tho dead
nro Conductor Coloroman nnd Robort
Marsh, engineer of the second ongino,
aud Brnkomnu Lnmorros.
Houghton, Mich., Feb. 9. Tho Kenr
sargo mino shuftB wore sealed today, to
smother tho flumes, thus shutting off
tho last ray of hopo of rosculng tho
fivo missing minerB remaining under
ground. This makes tho fatalities of
yesterday's explosion six. All of tho
rescued mon will recover.
Washington, Fob. 9. Spenkor Can
non today doclarod his opposition to
tho passago of tho public building and
river and harbor bill on tho ground of
oconomy. An effort will probably bo
mado to put tho bill through, despite
tho opposition of tho leadors.
No News of Disabled Vessel.
Norfolk, Va., Feb. 9. No news of
tho disabled gunboat was received up
to noon. It is boliovod that tho boat is
slowly making for thin port under sail.
Killed by Dynamite.
Lo'ekport, II., Feb. 9 Thero wero
wo men killed and ono -seriously in
jured by an explosion of a ohargo of
dynamite on tho drainage canal.
Chleage, Feb. 9. Wheat, $1.00;
eern, 40; oats, 30.
Berllng, Feb. 9. Adolf Voa Menzel,
a eelebraed uerman artm, meu louay,
Minister of Finance Urges all
Possible Concessions to the
Manufacturers Will Dismiss elf Engirt
eers, Employing Ger mans Will Re-
jeefc Demands Unconditional
St. Petersburg, Feb. 9. Tho govern
ment's nttitudo toward tho workmon
is daily growing moro concllliatory.
Another mooting of tho manufacturers
nnd tho ministers of finnnco wns held
today at which tho manufacturers de
clared that thoy would roject all of
tho workmen's domnnds uncondition
al". Tho minister of finnnco urged them
to mnko all posslblo concessions. Ho
announced that legislation will bo on
acted in favor of tho workmon nnd two
hundred factory engineers had issued
u mnnifesto against their omployers.
Tho manufacturers havo decided to dis
miss tho engineers nnd employ Ger
No Ohango at Warsaw.
Warsaw, Fob. 9. Thoro is littlo
chango in tho strlko situation, oxcopt
most of tho strikors who had rosumod
work nro out ngnin. Tho authorities
foor tho reoccurronco of tho rioting.
At Kioff tho orders which wcro ro
eolvod for all troop to proceod to Man
churia havo boon countcrmundod and
troops will remain as long as tho local
situation requires. Soldiers nro sloojv
ing in tho streets, propnrod for immo
diato action. At Lodoz and Dombrova
flf r K77!fl7y&jripv7?MVtt fS
Know thnt thoy can roly upon our statements rcgnrding tho qunllty of our
goods. Wo respectfully invito thoso who aro not customers, but who appre
ciate flrst-clnss morchnndiso at fair prices, to call and form their own oplu
ions concerning tho goods wo aro offering at such attrnctlvo figures.
Roautiful new styles in Lndios'
Podostriuu aud DroHS Skirts Bilks,
Meltons, Sicilians, Mohairs, Panama,
ChovlotB, lirouduloths, etc., In plain,
fancy, striped and mauulvh effects.
All bIzob all pricos.
Many advance styles are now
ready for your inspection. We want
you to seo thoso new beauties.
tho factories nro guarded by deputies
appointed by tho workmon. Tho au
thorities nt Lodes; hnvo agreed to mnfce
concessions to tho strikers, but titer
government will not permit of tho cot
ccssious at Dombrovn.
St. Petersburg, Fob, 9. Tho courf
which has boon trying tho ensoa of
thoso chnrgod with connection in nnti
Jowlsh riots nt Gomol a year ago, today
handed down tho following decisien:
Sixteen Russians woro ncquittod nndf
13 Jews wpro sontoncod to fivo months
and ten days imprisonment with the
Iobs of nil civil rights.
Twelvo Russians nnd six Jews wore
sentenced nt tho samo term without a
losq of civil rightB. Four RusBiHnjr
and six Jows wore- sontoncod to OT
years' imprisonment and 11 minors
wero sontoncod to n fortnight's impris
onment. Tho sentences for rioting for wMoBr
tho prisoners woro Bontoncod today oc
curred in August, 1903, for fighting Jw
tho strcotfl, which rosultod in tho dontfin
of threo non-commlsslonod officers, two"
soldiors, two HobrowB nnd two Chris
tiatlB, and injuring four Christian amJZ
(Continued on Page 8lx.
In our Liberty Btrcot window wo
havo on dixplay Hovoral suits which
roproBont broken llnefl of ono or two
suits of u pattern, with values fronr
$10 to $15
Kvnry suit is in tho liownst stylo,
of the moHt populur materials. Moat
mngnlflcont offer of tho season.
Early buyers get tho best.
Spring's finest fnnoias in an im
monso variety ready for your choos
ing ut wonderfully attraotivo prices.
Silk ion Waists
Now plaids in great urray of col
on for now spring waists. All
Moro new waists to put on dliplay
yesterday. Our howlug Is by far
the moMt complete to bo found iu
the city, and ombrnees all that is
new and good.
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