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, DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1903.
Introduce Many Bills
, .in Each of the
Railroad Bills Are Offered
and the Sessions Will
, Senate Proceedings'
Opened with prayor by Rev. Mur
lhft of St. Joseph's Catholic church.
, Upon motion tho rules of tho last
regular session wore adopted to gov
ern that body at the oxtra session.
Mays offered a resolution to adjourn
at nooii Wednesday. Adopted by
' Dills Introduced.
Senato 1)111 No.' 1 was Introduced by
'Kuykondalt for Senator Brownoll,
.amending chartor of town of Mllwau-f
Etla Read third tlmo and passed.
S. B. No. 2, by Smith of Umatilla,
to amend chartor of town of Adams.
House concurrent resolution ask
ing that veto messages bo transmit
ted to tho loglslaturo for considera
,8. B. No. 3, Cartor, by roquost, char
tor of town of Gold Itay. Passed. M
8. D. No. 4, Dlmfck, chartor qf town
of Beaver Hill. Passed.
S B. No. G, Dlratck, chartor of town
of North Band! Passed.
8. B. tfa. C, Dlmlck, to amend char
tor of Marahfleld. Pawed.
8. B. No. 1, Miller, to amond cpnrtor
of Lolmnon. Passed.
8. B. No. 8, Wado, to amond sections
,2!) and 27 of codo, onabllng tho prose
cuting attorney of tho olghth district
tto -employ doputlos In counties whore
ho dow not resldo. Roforrod.
a B. No. 9, Smith, of Yamhill, to
provldo snlary of $G0O for county Judge
of Lincoln county.
a B. No. 10, nrownoll, affecting
foes of county recorders. Referred.
8. B. No. 11, Brownull, to provont
suit against any county to rocovor
l-v r "TTlf r,l',vr'V ,
fees Illegally collected ty "county re-j
B. No, 12i Mays, ptovldtng. for
ronavmontiof otircliaso nflca and. in
tefest oni lands o which state' tcan
give nc good tltfe. 'Referred. "y
g B. No. 13), Miller, to amend sec.
3030 of tho code, to cure the defect In
assessment law. Roferred. v
Kuykendall moved that no bills,
resolutions or memorials bo printed.
8. B. No. 14, Cartor, to amend Sees.
2011 nnd"202C Of code, prohibiting tha
hunting of elk until September 15,
1907, and changing the open season
for shooting China pheasants to be
from Septombor ICth to October 15th.
a J. R. No. 1, Hunt, authorizing the
printing of 1500 copies of the game
S. B. No. 15, Cartor, amending game
8. B. No. 16, Masters, to amend
sec 2011 of code, to make a road su
pervisor appointive, Instead of elec
Adjourned to 2 p. m.
The House Meets.
Speaker Harris called tho house to
order at 9:05 a. m and a roll showed
a quorum1 present. Minutes of Mon
day woro not read.
Mr. Eddy Introduced a 'concurrent
resolution , providing that tho house,
the senato concurring, decide to ad
journ on Wednesday, Docombor 23d.
On motion of Eddy, tho rules were
suspended; after a few had voted
against It, then changed "tholr voto,
tho resolution was adopted.
Mr. Hodson Introduced a Joint res
olution, calling upon tho secretary of
the Btato for tho transmission of the
bills vetoed In his hands from the
last sosston. Undor suspension, this
cnrrlod, all Democrats and a few Re
publicans opposing tho resolution.
House Bills Galore.
When Speaker" Harris called for tho
Introduction of bills, a dozen mem
bors clamorod for recognition. Mr,
Kny socurod recognition first, and his
bill was No. 1 on tho calendar. This
was a titxatlon bill, ropoallng the
Phelps law, and No. 2, ro-onnctlng tho
old nssosmont Inw,
A mass of bills was Introduced,
Kays' bill for ro-onnctlng old tax law
sot for 2 p. m.; Calloway's for tho re-
onaotmont of tho $300 oxomptlon law
for nftornoon. A largo nurabor of
tax bills woro presented and an offort
to rofor thorn all to tho Judiciary
commlttoo failed, and Bllyou's taxa
ezs ??&&&? ;
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THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Hon bill, similar to Mr. Kays' bill, No.
2, was set for consideration at tho
samo tlmo with Mr. Kays' mcasuro.
Tho fight seemed to bo for tho honor
of tho namo of having corrected the
tax muddlo. Phelps bill for correc
tion of tho Phelps' taxation act of
1903, was referred to tho committee
on assessment and taxation.
Jones Has a Bill.
Mr. Jones, of Lincoln, presented n
bill to rogulnto transportation com
panion, and compel railroad com
panies to furnish cars whon domond
od by shlppors, and providing a pon
A few minor senate bills were road
and tho Joint momorlal to congress,
passed by tho sonato yesterday came
up for consideration and was adopted.
What is Better ion An g
Pocket Cutler y,
P. J. Pfister
Boxing Glovea and
At 2:30 tho houso was In committee
of tho whole considering thoJiroposod
tax bills, and tho senate was doing n
Httlo routlno work. It Is probable
tho old tax law will bo ro-enncted.
Armstrong to Hang.'
Tho senato has passed tha bill le
galizing tho hanging of Ploasaut Arm
strong at Baker City. ThIsrpmovcs
tho susponso from overybqdy but
Armstrong, who, no doubt, would con
sont to havo the legislature ta,kq more
time in Its dollboratlons.
LEBANON BOY '
(ConUnuod from first page.)
Supplies for iht
SHIPP & HAUSER
258 Commercial "street
Rogowny, whom they believed guilty.
As learned by a Herald loprosentatlve
who vlalted Lobnnon yesterday, to find
out tha facts of the affair, these men
who had bocomo further Incited to get
revenge by liquor, which had" boen
(lowing trcoly slnco the saloon had
burned, secured Rogowny about 4:30
o'clock In the morning, and took him
Into a back alloy. They domanded tc
know what ho knew about tho flro, and
whon ho maintained his' Innocence
thoy placed a ropo around hie nook,
and, after throwing It over tho limb
of a troo, pulled him up. He then said
ho bad startod tho flro. Ho was thou
taken beforo City Recorder W. C.
Poterson, whoro ho repeated tho con
Rogoway was thon placed under ar
rest and lator waived examination in
Justlco Loveloo's court. Ills bonds
woro fixed at $2000 and City Marshal
L, J. Poterson brought him to Albany
on last evening's train, and turned
him over to Sheriff Huston.
To a Herald representative, whe
rodo with him from Lebanon to Al
bany, Rogoway told his story of the
affaln Ho said ho mado tho confes
sion merely to save his life, and was
Innocont of tho crimo of sotting fire
to tho store. Ho said he did not know
how tho flro started, having awakoned
and discovered tho flro Just as some
one who had seon tho flamos was
knocking In tho door Aftor lighting
tho flro ho had socurod a room at the
St. Charles hotol.
Describing tho romalning sensation
al occurrences of tho night, Rogoway
said: "About 4 o'clock somo ono
came to my room and rapped, saying
1 tfas wan tod at tho telophono by
Gross, at Albany. I went down and
was seized by four mon, threo ot
whom I know, who took me Into tho
alley back of tho St. Charles hotel.
Thoy had a ropo, and one of thorn car
rlod a pistol In his hand: Whon I said
I didn't start tho Are thoy strung me
up. My neck was strained and I
couldn't breathe,, and I bognn to
choke. I thon said I had set tho flro
bo that thoy would lot mo down. Thoy
thon said thoy would tnko mo boforo
tho recordon. and one of them pointed
a pistol at mo, and said If I didn't toll
tho samo story thon as I had told
whon they had the rope around my
nock I would bo shot. I was badly
scared, and would have confessed to
anything thoy told mo to."
The affair has aroused groat oxclto
mont In Lebanon, where many stories
about the affair are eurront So far
as Is known this was the first attempt
at lynching ovor made In Linn conn
ty. Albany Herald.
CAR SHORTAGE .
AND HIGHER RATES
j (Continued from first page.)
session but tho tax amendment. Tho corporations woro testing easy,
when a bombshell exploded In tholr midst
Both Houses Are Loaded.
The house and tho senato havo- members who nro kcon to pass a railroad
bill that will give tho shlppors somo protection against losses of this char
acter. There aro members who havo Buffered financial Jobs, and there is not
a county represented that nasi not been more or less Inconvenienced, and
has no recourse whatever, under existing laws.
Hundreds of Letters.
The Salem commercial organization has hundreds of letters from the
sawmill men, flouring mill men, grabi and potato shippers, warehousemen
and wholesalers that, If they are made public, will reveal a remarkable con.
dltlon of things, from which Oregon business Interests and the producer
are suffering untold losses, and the worst yet to come, when the rates go
Into effect January 1st
Complaint of Shippers.
In the Republican caucus last night Jones, of Lincoln, mado a telling
speech, reading letter from his constituents, showing great loss from car
shortago and threatened injury to their business from tho advanco In
freight rates, that takes effect on January 1st. Harris, of Lane, supported
his fight for consideration of a rallrcad bill, and tho Republican members
Included that bill In their official program. '
$Zrl,'2-'iSli'-,'' Commercial Club Acts Tonight.
The Greater Salem Commercial Club, at its regular session this evening,
at the city hall, will hear a report from a special committee appointed on
this subject two weeks ago, and which has been gathering Information
from the local shippers, and from shippers all over the valley, as to cat
shortage, and actual losses from failure to get cars. There will be a big
crowd at the city hall tonight
Lecture and Recital.
Thoro was a fine vnttendanco to
hoar tho recital at the College of Ora
tory, by Mrs. Savage's pupils, assist
ed by Misses Johnson and Androwar
tha and Ivan Martin. Tho lecture by
Hon. R. D. Humo was a treat that was
grootod by frequent and hearty ap
plause. Ho was Introduced by Sona
tor Booth, In, somo very appropriate
romarks. Tho locturo was sound tq
tho coro, and dealt with tho attitude
of tho American government toward
Immigration, and of tho disgruntled
olomonts towards capital. It Is a lec
ture that would bonoflt ovory mombor
of tho loglslaturo to havo hoard, and,1
might bo delivered to tho United
States senato with profit and lnstruc
tlon. Mrs. Savage, as a teacher ol
oratory, onjoyed a great triumph at
tho hands of tho audlenco, who gav
hor students constant applause. Some
of them had novor boforo appeared In
public, and wore, glvon ovations on
tholr first appearanco.
State Board of Health.
This body 'hold Its annual meeting
today, all tho mombors being present
excopt Dr. Klnnoy. Officers woro elect
ed, and other mattors pertaining to the
welfare pf tho loard will bo attended
Gault's bill to repeal tho portago
railway act, passod at tho last session,
waB, read first tlmo. Read movod to
lay the bill on tho tnblo. This was de
clared to bo out of order, and a motion
to reject tho bill passed, 39 ayes to 11
nays This kills opposition to tho
portage railway Soveral Southern
Oregon Democrats voted for repeal
Game Warden's Report,
Gnmo Wardon Baker has filed his
seml-nunual roport, which, whllo too
long to print, Is full of good sugges
tions. Ho calls special attontlon to
tho expiration of tho law protecting
oiks, and tho fact that thoro is not
money enough provided to mako ex
amination Into complaints for viola
tlons of tho law, and tholr prosecu
tion. He also calls attontlon to tho
fact tho,t tho gamo laws aro not put
up In pamphlot form nor aro thoy so
arranged In tha statutoa that anything
short of an admlrallty lawyer could
understand them. This uncertainty
of the law makea its violation not
only moro frequont, but tho punish
mont almost an Impossibility, for
juries will not convict under tbo'con-dltlons.
II I HH-M-M-M IIIIIHI HH-rll 6SIH3 M lltH-HI II I I I I Mf
: Mehy Xmas And
A Happy New Yea.
When I came to Salem, about four months ngo, I advertised to
close out certain lines of goods. This I nave about accomplished, as
thoro are few article In thos linos loft. Our many patrons know
whore to trnda whon they need goods In our lino, and havo taken
advantage of tho groat bargain sale, which wo havo beon holding for
tho past four months. Only last wook wo advertised a special salo
on Mackintoshes. Tho next day wo closed out 27. Othor goods havo
gono at tho samo rato.
Whom I camo to Salem I Intended to roturn to Portland whon I
had closed out cortnln linos, but tho longor I romaln In my old home
town tho mora I wish to locate horo. Many of my frlonds aro hero,
whom I havo known almost from boyhood. I llko the city and Its
surroundings. I havo beon troatod woll, and my patrons urgo that I
should romaln with them. I nm at preeont undecided whether to
return to Portland or locate hero. If tho Matter la1 my decision,
I shall opon out a nice, clean, up-to-date men's clothing and gents'
furnishing goods store, which I am Bure will meet with tho approval
of tho most critical, and moro than pleaso my many friends. Thus
sayoth - -
146 State Street.
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g$ WE CAN SAVE YOU 50 CENTS A PAIR ON YOUR SHOES AT OUR SPECIAL HOLIDAY SALE !
Misses' and children's red felt
Children's red felt, fur-trimmed
Children's red felt, fur-trimmed
Missis red felt Juliets 1.25
Bargains In children's and misses'
red felt slipper, 6 to 8 85
Wt to 1Q& 90
11 to 13 1.15
Infants' soft shoe, shoe for the
v. e dears SO
Ladles' red felt .slippers, a bar
galp ,. ........ .50
Ladles' black felt Juliets, fur
Ladles' brown felt Juliet, black,
furtrimmed . .. i 1.50
La velvet Juliet, fur-trimmed,
silk bow 1.75
La kid Juliet, velvet top, fur
Men's pat kid blucher, seal top,
Elk toe -... . . -.". 4.00
Ladles' blue felt slippers, a
Ladles' red felt Daniel Green
La wine colored felt Juliet, black
fur trimmed , 1.50
La kid JJullet black quilted top
La green felt Juliet, gray fox
trimming - 2.00
Men's Walkover shees, exclusive
agents for Salem 3,50
Men's black dongola everett
Men's black dongola Hamlet
white stitched 1.50
Men's black Columbia, pat inlaid 1.75
Men's black opera, kid lined.... 1.75
Men's tan opera, white stitched
leather lined 1.75
Men's red seal, white kid lined 2.00
Men's tan seal, white kid lined,
patent leather Inlaid 2.00
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