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FIRST EDITION 3 P. M.
DAILY CAPITAIi JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FKHRUAIIY SI, 1009
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TERRIFIC STORM HITS EASTERN ARKANSAS
"OUR GEORGE" ALSO DOES A STUNT WITH HIS LITTLE HATCHET
WITH A BIG AXE
GOVERNOR APPLIES VETO TO MUMBER
OF FREAK BILLS-AND MERCILESSLY
CHOPS OFF AIL INCREASES OF
SALARV DURING BENEFICIARES-
TtRM OF OFFIGE
Chamborlaln has lot tbo voto axo
(all right livoly, and thoro aro howls
among tho decapitated and excoriat
ed. Dr. Colo's bill to rcqutro all young
mon to pass a medical oxauUnatlon
(for a good foo, of courso,)x, before
securing a marrlngo Ucenso, to tea
if they woro tlot aflltctod with ocablos
Ho also vetoes tho bill making It
n crlmo" to sloop In a barn.
Tho governor also on Tuesday vo
tlod tho following salary bills, and
uioro votoes of this class aro ceming:
A Grand Exhibition
Of 1909 Newest Merchandise
Thousands of yards of Embroideries, Laces, Fancy Dress
Trimmings, New Belts, New Leather Bags, New Dress
Goods, New Silks, New Shirtwaists ,New Wash Goods,
New Notions, New Suits, New Millinery, New Dress
Skirts, New Silk Petticoats, New Flowers, New Ostrich
Plumes, New Gloves, Now Hosiery, New Shoes, New
White Goods, New Muslin Underwear, and all the rest,
Buy here and get up to date merchandise at prices that
will bring you back, and all your friends,
Increasing salary of nosessor of
Increasing salary of school super
intendent of Hnrnoy county.
Increasing salary of county treas
urer of Harney county.
IncTedsIng salary of school super
intendent ofColumbla county.
Objection In each of tho voto mes
sages dealing with tho abovo salaries
was on tho ground tho Increase la
desired during tho term in which
ouch officer Is elected.
Tho govornor votood sonato bill
No. 200, amending tho registration
law, 'na already covorod by lawn.
When tho legislature cannot got up
a new law It ro-onact anothor on
snmo subject alroady covorod, to
mako buslnoso for tho courts.
Tho govornor knocked In tho hoad
tho bill to exempt nil futuro bond Is
sues from taxation. This appllod to
municipal, school district and irriga
Moro Vetoes Today.
S. II. 144, stnto hank deposits.
S. D. 143, raising salary county
11. U. 340, snlnry Ilonton county,
H. D. 200, raises salary county
suporintondent Wallowa county.
S. U. 243, for printing for Rose
II. U. 340, salary Justice of tho
II. D. G3, raises salary superintend
ent Jackson county.
S. D. 14G, protectlilg crabs nnd
II. 1). 05, prohibits wearing army
11. U. 303, assessor Marlon county.
II. I). 83, raises salaries Tillamook
II. II. 34, raises snlnry county Judge
S. 11. 162. publlshlLg delinquent
8. I). 1-4, separata books for re
S. 11. 233, snlnry assessor Klamath
S. 11. OS, relating to fishing near
S. II. 130, salary deputy sheriffs
8. H. Ill, boundary botweon Coos
and Curry counties.
8. II. 114, to prevent rumors about
S. H. 2 42, raising salaries Ilonton
8. 1). 1G2, raising salary sheriff of
TO HOUSE BILL 104
BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
iiSm Iffi IF!)! n
New Arrivals in
Shrewd buying In Now York en
ables us to boII suits and millinery
at much lower prices than our
competitors. Soelng is bellovlng
112.00 Suits now only .n.O
"118.00 Suits now only $ O.ftO
$35.00 Suits, now only $18.00
Como nnd tsoo tho values.
15.00 Now Spring Huts only $200
18.50 New Spring Hats only $i.ffO
Iots of others at lowor prlcos
SPECIALS FOR THIS SALE
Silks, yard, 19c and up; calicoes,
yard, 4c: outing flannels, yurd, 4c,
15c dress ginghams, yard. 9c; In
dia linons, yard 8 l-3o; 85c dross
goods, 49c, and so along the line
with nil the rest.
(United Press Leased Wire.
IJorkoloy, Cal., Foo. 24, -Protest
was mndo by tho Tlorkoloy federation
of churches at n specinl meeting to
day against the existence within tho
walls of tho capltol nt Sacrnmento of
buffets for tho distribution of liquor
froo to sonnlors nnd nssomblymon.
Tho Dorkoley clergymen scout in
theso freo saloons an effort on tho
pnrt of tho local option bill's enemies
to defeat that measure, using tho In
toxlonnt ns a characteristic bribe. Tho
resolutions, which bear tho signature
of tho president of tho federation,
tho Rov. I, N. McCnsh, and tho secre
tary, tho Kov. A. J, Kennedy, are us
"WhorenB, It Is reported that In
toxicating liquors are bolng vendod
lu the lobby of tho state capltol at
"Whorons. Tho code of California I
forbids tno sale, gut or disposal ofi
intoxicants In nny state Institution or
on tho grounds thereof, and,
"Whereas, It dooms thnt tho pur
peso of tho distribution of such 11a
uorB at this time Is to' dofont ponding
legislation, which proposes to give to
tho pcoplo of tho stato tho right glvon
tho citizens of every stnto of tho Un
ion, except seven, to determine
whothor saloons shall exist locally or
not; therefore, bo It
"Hosolvod, That thollorkoloy fed
eration of churches deplores tho con
dition under which our legislature
transnots Its business while allowing
buffets In tho lobbies of tho houso,
nnd thn wo deplore the example set
by our legislators before the youth
of our state; and thnt wn ask the
Immediate banishment of tho buffet
from tho stnto houso; nnd that we
protest ngalnst nny nnd nil extraneous
influences used to dolny or thwart
needful legislation "
GREAT DAMAGE IN
FOURTEEN KILLED, TOWNS DESTROYED,
AND STORM STILL RAGES-COLD WAVE
HITS NEBRASKA AND COLORADO
Llttlo Rock, Ari., Fob, 4. Fout
tcon poraona killed, scoroB Injured,
cattle- and Block dostroyod and" one
town demolished was tho rocord to
day of a tornado that swept Eastern
Arkansas. Owing to the fury of the
galo all wlro communication wnn dis
rupted, and it was Impossible to un
certain tho number of Injured.
Tho groatost damage was dono at
Fisher, In Polnsott county. The
t,own was destroyed and eight person
Vitro killed thore, boaldo a groat
mt'mbor of tho Inhabitants worn
killed in Woodruff county, and cour
ier reports, coming in at noon, indi
cate that tho storm Is still raging.
Torrential rains nccompanlod tho tor
nndo nnd wrought serious damngo.
. Nebraska Mllsstird-llmind.
Norfolkj Nl., Fh, 3 I -This sec
tion is In tho grip. r. another billiard
nnd for tho fourth tlmo In throo
weeks railroad traffic lu northorn
Nebraska nnd southern South Dakota
lu blocked by snow drifts. Two trains
headed for tho Rosuhud country from
this city have boon out off by tho
hiiow drifts and aro stalled,' Tduriy
telephone wires uro down and com
munication is slow and unsatisfactory.
- 4 Colorado Ntorm-Hwept.
DOlfvor, Fob. 24. Three" men ate
known to have perished in tho bliz
zard which swept tho stato Monday,
nnd n fourth, was badly frozen, will
die. Suvorul aro missing. It is esti
mated thnt not less than 2000 sheep
POOR OLD ROCKY WANTS
HIS FINE REDUCED
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(Un4d I'm leased Wire.) I
Chicago, Fob. 24. Making a mo-,
tlon, whk.li, if sustained, would ro-
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uueo mo tuanuard OH Company's'
liability to fines, if again convictodj
from 129.240,000 to $25,000, At
torney Mlllor, for tho Rockefeller !
concern today charged In the trial of'
the famous rebate case that tho gov
ernment Is abusing tho Elklns' act,
o as to mnko It a means of produc
ing rovenuo, rather than a means of
vindication and enforcing tho law.
He argued that the court should fix
the unit by which tho number of of
fensos charged against the Stand
ard could ho measured. He chark'M
ti-at tho government is endeavoring
(o mulct tho Standard heavily, In an
attempt to obtain another decision
similar to that handed down by
Miller argued that the United
Statlb circuit court of appeals in Its
decision reversing the Landia fine
had declared that the number of of
fenses for which the Standard was,
hable was the number of complete
transactions, and not tho number of,
cnrloaH Jots, nor the numbor of ship
ments. Mlllor declured -that, uuder the
decision of tho court of appeals It
i wan ImpoBslblo for tho Judgo to con
Istruo tho soparato acts alleged In
tho Indlotmont as completo transac
tions, and on this basis attacked tho
Indlotmont undor which tho company
has been brought Into court.
He asked that tho court mako a
ruling, holding that tho offomes
must bo considered on tho basis of
Ortcb completo transaction forming
ono alleged Offense.
Judge LandU. In assessing tho fa
mous flno, hold that ear carload lo
of oil on which a rebate was glreh
constituted a separato ofTenso, and
computed tho flno by multiplying the
full limit fine by the numbor of can
Tho court took u recoss to conBMor
WANT WHOLE FLEET
ttlnllnl I'rrim Lenieil Wlrc.l
Washington, Feb. 24. StratoglBts
aro opposed to sending half of tho
buttleshlp floot to tho Pacific coaBt
and u movement Is on foot today to
lmvo tho entlro fleot stationed on the
"If tho navy should ho divided nnd
half of It sent to tho Pacific coast,"
said nn authority today, "it would
bo easy in case of wnr for nn enemy
to dofeat it In sections. Mind you,
I have no Idea thnt there will bo n
war, but this niattor must bo consid
ered from a cojumon-sonso vlowpolnt.
"Tho Pacific coast should bo pro
tected nnd ns soon ns enough navy
yards are built to accommodate a
fleet thoro Is no reason why nil of
tho battleships should not ho sta
tioned on tho western const. It needs
moro than on the Atlantic coast. This
const Is tho more strongly fortified
nnd can spuro the ships bettor than
Ilaldwln, tho famous turfman, U lu
n critical condition,
Monday Ualdwln uppenrod on his
porch for tho first ltmo since ho was
taken III, but tho exertion proved too
much for him, and yesterday ho Buf
fered n relnpso. llopo for his recov
ery npponrod slight Inst night,' but
early today it was nnnounced that ho
had passed (ho point of imtnodluto
Cutting onions, turnips and car
rots across the ibre makes them moro
tender when coke4.
ft'tilted lrtM I! Wire.
Itosoburg, Or., Fob. 26 Roso-
lurg'u fashionable resldonco district
W Involved In a suit fllod horo by
Ooorgft 11. Chauncoy, of California,
who seeks possession of tho proporty
now ocouplotl by 207 rosldonta.
Chauncoy declares ho was ono of
tho heirs of Sarah Robo,, wifo of
Aaron Rose, who was tho foundor of
Roseburg. Ho says his claim was
not made before, becauso Roo was
unable to locate him. It was not u.i-
tll ho applied for a ponslon a tbw
woeks ago that his whorcabouts wos
Many of tho defendants occupy
some of Rosehurg's most beautiful
reddencos. A long logaj battlo Is
expected to grow ojH of Ohauncoy's
olulm, ns tho proporty ownera have
served noUco. that they will ongngo
attornoys and fight the caso.
HOUSE REFUSES TO
(United I'm I.eaieit Wire.
Washington, D. 0 Fob. 24. Tho
houso this aftornoon dofoatod the
sennto amondmont to tho legislative
appropriation bill Increasing the
President's salary to $100,000 by
voto of 141 ayos to 108 noes. Speak
er Cannon votod 'nyo."
Washington, Fob. 2 I. Tho Iioubo,
after refusing to adopt tho senate
amendment fixing tho president's sal
ary nt $100,000, adopted an amend
ment offered by Watson of Indiana,
fixing tho salary of tho ohlof oxocu
llvo lit $75,000. Tho hill now will
bavo to go bnuk to tho (.eiiato.
It lilted Press Leased Wire.
Washington, Feb. 24. Tho houso
today adopted by a voto of 105 to
124 tho roport of tho conforoes on
tho legislative, exocutlvo and Judicial
mi, roduclng tho salary of tho sec
retary of stato to $8000. All poial
blllty of Ineligibility standing in tho
way of the nppolntmont of Sonator
Knox to tho promlorshlp, will bo ro.
moved when tho sonato takes slml's
IS STILL LUCKY
Lou Angeles. Fob, 24 - Although
ho Is reported to bo resting easily to
day, It to known that B. J, (Lucky)
HETCH HETCHY GRANT
HELD UP BY CONGRESS
(United Press Leaked Wlro.1
Washington, Fob. 24.- Tho con
ate public lands commlttoo today de
cided to pass over tho cousldoratlon
of tho proposed grant of the lands In
Ibo (fetch Hotchy valloy to San Fran
cisco, until tho next session of con
gress, Tho committee was unable to
ugreo upon a resolution (adoriisut
I tho grant.
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