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SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1903.
Not Aboye Liason
With An Ordinary
Respectfully Heas the Governors Mes
sage and Adjoins In Honoi? of a
By a Strict Party Vote the Republican Majority Declines
to Tie its Own Hands The Sovereign Law Making
Body Indicates a Disposition to Not Be Held Down to
the Oregonian's Roles of Proceedarc.
More Warning: to Americans
Not to Unite With De
generate Dames of
Borllni Doc. 21. Thoro Is another
chapter in tho royal scnnilnl connect
ed with the elopament of Prlncoea
Louise, who has boon incarcerated fn
a mad houso noar Dresden for five
Occnred on An Over
land Line in Kansas
toleecoped 6n top of the engine. The
chair car, with evory seat full. Blld
200 feet after the wreck. Tho engin
eer and conductor wero Instantly
killed. None of tho doad wore tnken
out before relief nrrlvod. An Injure!
fireman lay beneath the trucks of the
smoker, aud was taken out by digging
Alany Reported Killed arid
Scarcely a Person on
tho Train Was Not
Fort Scott. Doc. 21. The St. Louis
and San Francisco meteor train was
ditched by sproodlng rails, noar God
frey, Kansas, at G.30 this morning.
Tho train consisted of seven coaches,
ears, because "of hor olopomont with ' Including Jwo oleopors. Tho dond In
number nro roported variously. One
report sny six, olhors nine. It Is al
so reported that scarcely a passenger
aboard tho train escaped injur'- A
Promptly at 10:03 o'clock Speaker
I Harris droppod his gavel, and called
the house to ordor.
On Mr. Pholsps' motion the secre
tary of state was asked to administer
jiho oath of ofllco to Mr. Adams, who
Iras absent at tho last sosslon on nc-
acount of, sickness. This was done
9ud Mr. Adams took his oat.
lutlon was roferred by a voto of 31
yeas to 12 nays, a strict party voto.
Mr. Burleigh Voted Down.
DurlcUgh's concurriwt resolution
providing for an adjournment sine dlo
Wodnooday, December 23d, was re
ferred to tho resolutions committee.
Ten mlnutos later Burleigh moved to
ntfnll anmn nml tnlrj nnMmi lTfa mn.
The proclamation of the governor ,on wQg on, s,x Domocrnts vot.
m thon read, calling tho special see
Mr, Eddy introduced a resolution,
providing that tho old organization of
tho houso continue during tho special
eslon. This was agreed to.
Mr. Edwards Introduced a resolu
tion providing that tho standing com
mittees of tho last session bo con
IHi..sk.1 n.l ltn TTMtl.p nrrtiutEnil tlinf
tho rules of Uio last houso bo adopt-
4 Doth rosolution8 woro agreed to.
Restricted Session Voted Down.
Tho first flroworks occurred when
Bllyou, of Linn, introduced a resolu-
t'on, providing that tho houso trail.
Kt no buslnoas except that for which
ho special sosslon was called, and
.hat ndjournmont follow tho correc
tion of tho Inx law. Scarco had the
resolution been rend when Eddy of
fered a motion roforrlng tho resolu
tion to tho commlttoo on resolution.
Dllycu called for tho yeas and nays
on tho motion to rofor, and the reeo.
torn now on
Special prices on
Candies for Xmas
JIM State 8t
Phone 1971 Main.
Count Mattacleh, an ofilcor of the
Austtlan Uhlans. Tho latost is the
dlicovory that tho princess Btartod a
llasou with tho Janitor, who keeps the
relief train of surgeons and nurios
gate of tho asylum. Hor object is said linB n Bnt 'rom horo
to be to gain rellof from the strict
supervision to which she has been
subjected A report of tho affair has
been sent to her husband, I'rinco Phil
lip of Snxe-Coburg, father of Leopold,
of Belgium, and the Emperor Frnne
A later report from the scono of
United Christians to Hold oCnventlon.
Chattanooga, Dec. 21. Tho United
Chrlstlon party has- issued a call for
a convention to nominate a president,
to 1 held In St Louis May 1st. The
cnll Is issued to "All people war an
unnecessary taxaMon, should con.se,
nad Christ's gdldon rule should bo ap
plied to all governments by and for
Massacre Planned for
He and Two OthersSentcnccd
for Indulging In Too
Much Practical Politics
Chicago, 'Doc. 21. Alderman Uion
tho wreck says it took placo at a ' nan and two othors this morning wero
switch which either spread or was
misplace!. The train was nt full
speed. The engine ws demolished,
the1 baggage car was thrown 100 feet
from the track, the mall car reduced
sentenced for voting loafers and us
ing iinmoH of dead men nt tho reoent
city elections. Brennan was given a
year's Imprisonment, the others lx
months. Notice of appeal were lm-
1 to kindling wood, and the smoker was mediately filed.
Japan May Be Requesting Rus
sia to Reconsider Her De
termination on War
Uorlln, Dect 21. Tho Tagoblatt to
ports that a now massacre- of Jews la
being planned nt Klshoulff, which In
tends comploto oxturmlnatlon of In
rnolltoo on Christmas dny. Tho Jaws
are panlc-fltrloken, aud flying from tho
city In groat numbors. Tito now gpv
omor Id no longer friendly toward the
Jows, nnd notlflod them that ho will
ho unable to answor for tho troops In
case of an outbreak. The newspaper
Weltamontog confirms tho Tagvblott4
dispatch, aud sta'te that tho governor,
has received Instructions from SU
Petersburg to adopt n hostile nttltuda
toward tho Jqwh.
Tlon Tsin. Dec. 21. The Times to
day stntes that Prlnco Chin ft minister
(Continued on fifth page.)
Ing for tho recall.
A commltoo, consisting of Kay,
Dailies and Claypool was appointed to
wnlt on tho govornor, nnd notify him
that tho houso was ready to recolve
any communication. On tholr return
a sonata commlttoo, Farrar, SweoU
and Mays, appeared nnd notlflod tho
houso of tho sonnto'3 organization.
Tho h ur for holding tho Joint con
vention was fixed for 11 a. m and
the governor and sonato so Informed,
when tho houso took a rocoss to 10:50
Mr. Burleigh moved that a commit
tee of flvo bo nppolntcd to draft res
olutions on tho doath of tho late
Roprosnntatlvo Murphy, and that Uio
houso, Immodatoly nftor tho Joint
convention ndjourn to 9 o'clock Tues
day morning, as a mark of rospecu
Agreed to. The committee named la
Burleigh. Galloway, Mulkoy, Phelps
Edward, of Lane.
Judd Introduced a resolution con
surlng tho Democrat for their dila
tory tnotics, In demaudlng so many
In the Senate.
The sonate convened at 10 n. m.,
and, after roll call, Sonator Tuttle, of
Clatsop county, took tho oath of office,
and was seated. Resolutions wore
adopted providing for old organization
of. tho sonato to continue during spe
Marlon County Man Elected.
Tho vacancy In tho offlco of sor-
' Y but this Is a buoy store. On several occasions we were hardly able
to handle the crowds. Every department adds dally to Its popu
larity, and hundreds of packages leave the store, each day. Our
selling record for the last week eclipsed anything that we have ever exeprl
I enced In the history of this store, and this week we propose to outdo the
great record we have made so far.
TF we tried to tell the whole story
It woold take the whole oaorr.
pSK-' Every department teems with
Xmas novelties, and oar big, busy store Is chock full from
cellar to celling with the very prettiest and newest of Old
Santa's creations. It is a store for both old folks and yotmg
folks, so bring the children if you possibly can.
This Week's Specials
(Continuod on Third Page.)
Have yot seen the crowds
of Holiday Shoppers at the
The New Yotfkj.
They all know where to trad wh.n they have cash to spend. We
have a splendid assortment of
Even, ttam I. marked on a "epot cash" margin of profit Doll.,
f P. i r,. Bhavlna Sets, Collar and Cuff Boxes,
T ' '"wro Downs uic wi-r - , .
u..,.. ... .. ci.nr, and all kinds, of mercrana.
naKcrcnieTS, fenumcrjr, rr i
ultablo for Christmas Presents.
SalWs Cheapest One Ptice
E. T. BARNES, Prop.
22-Inch stuffed bodyd oils, regular
regular 36c value. SPECIAL.
ll-lnch full JtW bedy, Uhwu1 bm.
ropiUr M-valfc SPECIAL.
lUnch full Jc4ntd dolls, fully
drtod, regular -JO-valufc SPECIAL
0-lBfh stuffed body doll, muter
flSc nlue. 8PECIAL.
14-inch. JRtw1. 'Mliy ymi.
bliiH hid, rtgular 08 volu.
17 lnch, fully JbIbW. fuU kl
bteue fctad, rapilar 18 value.
BtogflBtJy drMd, full J(Hta,
solid body, doll bisque bad, reg
ular 4W values. SPECIAL.
lO-lnch. nMr arel. fM Jolsted,
WgqM ha. mpfor -W Yalua
CHINA AND GLASSWARE.
Ilandwmo, light blue, hand fin
tohed, ROYAL VIENNA av,
prettily decoratel, regular 00c, 71c
ami iiifo valuwi. SPECIAL.
Two loiaiit low of IwjMHted Jai
aneca tw cups aad saucers, very
tfclrUy In detftn, flNlMd la sever
al different stiRi), Imndnomely
deoeratHd. of ret value. SPE.
We have plated numerous urtleleti
of bric-a-brac on a raek by them-
solve, ami eoftUiln
Bash artlele la wwth twice the
money asked, ami At the prloe
aaould etoar them t of the way
In short Nr. SPECIAL.
It Is ti your lBtwt Ui tWt this
store and tie different value
for yourself, when we an
fully explain their merits.
ALL THE TIME.
This day marks our 15Gth succes
slvo wookly speolal sales. This,
day, as a special bargain day, Is
looked forward to by economical
and shrewd shoppers who realize
how" many are Uie dollars wo have
saved them In oonduetlng these
On this day we piano on sale n fine
grade of sofa cushions, 17 inches
gquaro, with 4-tnoh ruflla. In a
great variety of designs nnd colors.
From the numerous Inquiries for
them wo predict a sonralty, bo In
ordor to get yours wo would advise
you to gt hero early.
Hemember tboy are extra good 50 o
Rather late In tho seosou lo be re
ceiving now toys, but late Saturday
wo received a easo of toys, eueh as
And a line of moohanlgnl bulb toys,
very IaUm-mUrk, qul! n favorite
wtlh the children, as well aa the
OfOWH'Upe. g the
and the Rabbit telephoning
ThJo toy, on accouBt of being
lata, are marked way belew their
rval wortlu Call early.
There never was a tlfiio when
men's neqlttloe wero more Ixwi'
tiful, certainly never better. Tho
burst of oolor In tho big show case
Ia worth a Bpcetal visit Rich,
sumptous woavoH of silks, hand
some patterns, Uio grave And tho
gay, designs that will null avun Uie
men addicted to tho string hahlt,
would bo dollghtel to rooelve, and
would wear with pleasuro. Thure
nro dark tlee, Uie medium ofTeut,
aud tho light tonoe, made up In all
nil shapes, a variety that eaters to
all tastes. In the 26c lino nro tocks,
four-ln-hands, shield and Itand
bowtt The 60 o Hue Is of fmipln
IwMtU. laru wiuares, teeks and
iHiffs. At 1U)0 w shew very Myl
A DATH ROBE OR A
Tho Gift Pr-emlnsnt for
"Oh. rorl Man are haril to buy
for. They seem l h WW'
Uilwf. Uty wa or dlse they titnfl
ymrt mueb." This or aoinethlns
ilk It Is beiw heard htm days in
tbousaruU of 1iome. Rut why
!hhiW any devoted wife rack hor
bralH for a bIU wheo i)wo house
eoMa or bath robes w wllhla
aitch easy reach? Just think of
U variety to seleot fnmu Tbfj'm
undoubtedly the bandsoiaost ar
mente ever Urwught to Salem.
Plenty of stylss.
A jalr ul sMpper. a
len Ore anit a ei
book la't that a toe
Wnoilon to kIto poUJ
comfort? We are re
jrd to hei yee
ehooea the first Heto,
wiwthor for eo bt
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