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M.J SECOND EDITION, 4 I M. IBISES"" . DAILY CAPITAL JOUBNAL. SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1007. NO. 20. PEOPLE'S CHOICE NAMED BOURNE AND MULKEY wftlTllEn.FAIR TONIGHT AND iMr" BOURNE M Is Katmea oy Legislature With a few demurring voices, both a I.. ...nnlnl nnoalnilD houses touny, in ajiuuiui ...., ratified the popular choice by elect ing Jonathan Dourno for tho long term and Fred W Mulkoy for the short terra to the United States son- ate The Semite Ratifies. The election of Fred W. Mulkoy for tho short term nnd Jonathan Bourne, Jr., for tho long term In the United States Bennte was uneventful la the state senate at noon today There were no nominating speeches and do nominations. Tho clerk read the totals of the vote enst last June, and tho president stated that the Tote would bo taken on tho olec- Itton of Mr. Mulkoy Mr. Mulkoy re PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE POWERFUL BARGAINS 15000 worth of now Spring Dress Goods Just recolved in every conceivable st lo and make. They lre certainly beautiful dainty pUld' st"'peB and plain shades. N' othe'' house In Salem can show Jou one yard of thoso beautiful d as tho line Is confined ex lively l0 the Chicago Store. Come "d Irtok through and seo tk Fand assortment tho largest of Drees Goods over bqowii 1 My 0ne house In Salem. They wt expensive when you con- tiitt thelr beauty and high class . Ml double width. Price c, 65c, 69c, 75c. 85c and Se fine Bbck Silks i Black silks. ,c and 73c. yard, 49c, wide Black Silks, yard cand i 25 BROS. o-uJilTS McEYOY ULKEY ELECTED Popular Choice of United States Senators ceived 27 .votes, being tho unani mous vote of nil tho senators pres ent. Sonators Hnrt, Mnys and Miller of Linn were absent. Tho flva Democrats voted solidly for Mulkey, ns they did for Dourno later on. Tho election of Mr. Mulkoy only occupied flvo minutes, and President Haines announced that tho namo of Jonnthnn Bourne, Jr., was boforo tho senate. Booth of Lnnc, Lnycock, Miller of Linn and Mnrlon voted for Judge R. S. Dean of Lane county, nnd thoro wero three nbsentees. All tho others voted for Dourno. Senn tor Coshow explained Ills vote. Ho said ho was a hold-over senntor, and, CHICAGO STORE vu NOW ON SALE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT KVKllVHOHY KNOWS THE WONDERFUL SUCCESS THE CI1ICA CO STOP.!: HAS MADE IN, A FEW YEARS. WE ARE OUT FOR 1M7 TO HEAT ALL PREVIOUS RECORDS WITH MOUNTAINS OF NEW GOODS IIOUGIIT FROM THE REST MANUFACTURERS IV AMKMCA. OUR MOTTO IS NOW, AND ALWAYS WILL RE, "WICK SALKS AND LITTLE PROFITS." WE OFFER DURING THIS SALE RELIABLE GOODS AT PRICES THAT CANNOT HE BEATEN 11Y ANY HOUSE ON THE PACIFIC COAST. Domestics and Wash Goods Wo show a magnificent stock and at prices that defy competition 1000 yards standard Calicos, yard 4c. 1000 yards Outing Flannels, yd 5c 500 yards flno India Linen, yard 7c. 1000 yards of new Dress Linens Just received. In colors and the natural shades, at salo prices. Muslins All kinds and makes, also Whito Cambrics, long cloth Per sian Lawns, Swisses, etc., at littlo prices. Fino Muslins, yard, 0c, 7 He, 8 l-3c, 19c. Ladies' Suits Now is your time to buy. This season's fino garments going at half prjee. $15.00 Swell Suits now $9.50. 1000 yards 3-inch wldo Embroid eries, yard 3c. Hundreds of such bargains all over our establishment. Ladies' $2.25 Dress Shoes, per pair, $1.49. FASTEST QROWINQ STORE. Corner of Commer cial and Court Streets ELECTED U. S. SENATORS BIG CODE GRAFT WINS OUT PAYORS THROUGH INFLUENCE Denied the Wealthy Families of Chicago Chicago, Jnn. 22, Tho epidemic of infectious diseases 1b so nlnrmlng this morning that uniformed po licemen wero sent to tho houses of patients whoso family Inlluoncos had proventod placarding. Over 200 casos of Infectious dlsonsos wero re ported today. Orders wero Issued horoaftor to pay not tho slightest at tention to political influence of claimants for special favors. Thanks front Kingston. London, Jnn. 21. Archbishop j Nuttnll, of Kingston, nccordlng to a dispatch, wired President- Roosovolt tho thanks of tho community for ns Blstnnco rendered by Roar-Admiral Davis. Tho dtBpntch says tho citi zens aro organizing to present a tes timonial to Roosovolt. lKieEWMMMiaMMHIMMMIllllMMMM I vs. I iHtS UJNlVtLKMI Y Tonight. Varsity Gym. WMImIMHIWMiMWtWMMMmmMaWI while ho was not directly under tho present law, ho felt morally obliged to .act in accordanco with its pro visions, nnd thoroforo he voted for Bourne. That gave Mr. Dourno 23 votes. House Ratiiles AIko. The aolld voto of tho Iioubo was cast for Frederick W. Mulkoy for tho short term to fill tho vacancy, and Jonathan Bourne, Jr., was the choice of tho majority for tho long term by a voto of 57; two for Jus- ! tico F. A. Mooro of tho supreme court, and ono for Fredorlck W. Mulkoy. Reynold and Rodgors of Marlon voted for Judge Moore, and Settlemlor of Marlon for Mulkoy. As tho names wero called In al phabetical order all voted for Mr. Bourne until the name of Reynolds was roached, when he arose and said that he had not taken statement No 1, was not personally In favor of Mr "Bourne, and belloved ho was voicing tho sentiment of his constituency by I casting his voto for Judge Moore. Mr. Rodgera camo next and he, too, explained his position by saying that ho did not take statement No 1, and that ho felt perfoctly at lib erty In expressing his sentiments. Ho said: "I do not and never did favor Jonathan Bourne, and so stated in tho campaign tour, and also wrote letters reiterating my stand on this question. Mr. Bourne is not ray cholco, and, notwithstanding tho voto he received nt tho hands of tho peo ple, I do not feel called upon to voto for him. I do not want to bo understood as standing in tho way of progress of legislation, nor to ap pear in tho light of a crank or ob structionist, neither do I believe, nor wish to bo understood as believing, that all of thoso who did take state ment No. 1 wero not sincere nnd ab solutely honest In their purpose, and I honor them for tho Btand they took." After calling attention to tho fact that he stood high In the esteem and confidence of his constituency, as reflected by the overwhelming ALL AFTER ELECTION BOODLERS Coffey Would Have Political Campaigns Without Cream Not to bo crowded off tho crest of tho moral wave which is swooping ovor tho legislature, Reprosontntive Coffoy of Multnomah would also In nugurnte a roform In tho mnnnor of conducting political cnmpnlgns nnd oloctlons, and will strlvo to ollmln nto entirely every scmblnnco of bood llng during tho nominating nnd elect ing cnmpnlgns. Ills mensuro, introduced yester day, makes no distinction botwoen tho mnn .who is Booking olllco and tho man who nlrendy has one, oxcopt that, in enso they are convicted of giving or offering any substantial compensation or material roword, with a view of influencing a votor In casting his bnllot tho formor will bo punished by n line of not less thnn $5000 or Imprisonment for not to ex ceed flvo years, whilo tho latter is subject to a fine of not inoro than $2000 or two yoars' Imprisonment Any person who rocolvos a gift, valuablo consideration, ofllco, em ployment or other grntulty for his voto also comos in for IiIb sharo of punishment to the tuno of $2000 fino or two years' Imprisonment, and doprived of his right of uuffrago for 11 vo years besides. Mr. Coffey would boIvo tho prob lem of how campaign oxpensos should ho disseminated, by having all campaign donations and contri butions paid ovor to tho election com mitteo, to bo doled out by tho treas urer, and each candidate is allowed a certain percentage of such fund. Punishment Is also provided for thn caudidato who Is - caught spondlng moro money than the law nllows. majority he received upon election, ho cast his voto for Judgo Mooro. Mr. Settlemlor then took tho floor, and, in langungo practically tho sumo as that of Mr. Rodgors, ox plained his position ns being op posed to statement No. 1 and voted for Frederick W. Mulkoy. In a few brief romarks, eulogistic of tho firm stand taken by his col leagues of Marlon county, Speaker Davey said he honored and respect ed them for It, but hoped they had by this tlmo overcome tho preponder nnco of personal cholco and would acquleso to tho will of tho people, and calling attention to his stand for the cholco of the people four years ago, ho cast his voto for Mr. Bourne o Telegraph Briefs. Ex-Governor Higglns, of New York, is sinking, but may llvo a few days longer, according to a physi cian's bulletin this morning. "At Crittenden, Ky., safo blowers got $5000 cash from the Tobacco Growers' Deposit bank this morning. Thoy were discovered and fled, leav ing $15,000 In the Inner vault. STUDYING STANDING COMMITTEES Senate and House Fall Down Hard On the Anti-Code Graft Fight. Short sessions, froqucnt adjourn ments nnd delayed assembling has boon characteristic of tho legislature so far. Tho adjournment from Wcdiiosdny over to Monday nftor noon was mainly to wait for printing tho now stuto printer nnd Bocretnry of stuto not having all In readluoss for the two bonnes. Both Iiouhob are In the throes of fighting tho biennial freo codo graft, that costH tho state $7000 for tho bonoflt of tho Bancroft-Whitney Co. Public sentiment, is not develop ing clearly ns yet, and much' Inter est lu felt us to tho composition of tho standing committees, which are published today. Speaker Diivoy'N Committees. Tho standing rommlttcoH of tho houBu are tho result of compromises to capture- tho organization,. as la al ways tho case. Marlon county gots two chairmanships, buildings and grounds and horticulture. Rodger? gels tho second plnco on ways and menus, and representatives of two big stato collogos In Lane nnd Hun ton go on that commlttuo. That moaiiB liberal appropriations for Senate Tuesday Forenoon Senator Mullt Introduced n inoino. rial asking eon gross to compel th Oregon & California Railroad Com pany to comply with tho conditions of tholr hind grant or forfeit thoso lands. Hills Introduced. . S. B. 89, Colo, changing lime for mooting of county court In Umatilla county. S. B. No. 90, Whenldon, making further appropriation for tho port ago railwny. S. D. 91, Smith of Umatilla, by re quest, croatlng a commission to rog- ulatu fish hatcherlos. S. B. 92, Smith of Umatilla, estab lishing anglers' liconso. S. B. 93, Loughory, to nlil Mon mouth Normal School. S. B. 94, Siohol, to fix n uniform flro Insurance policy. S. B. 95, Coshow, fixing cortaln legal practice In arguments nnd chnrgo to Juries. Tho concurrent resolution to in vito Bryan to address tho legislature Thursday was adopted. A message from tho houso an nounced that tho lower Iioubo had adopted concurrent resolutions to momorlallzu congress to do Justice to settlors, Johnson fntroducod a bill to Im provo tho main highways of tho stato with stato aid. Nottingham presented a bill to euro dofects in doeds, A bill wns introduced by Wright to rogulato the practlco of optomotry Tho sonato took two adjournments of 45 minutes each during tho fore noon. This was dono in ordor to glvo tho commlttoo on resolutions tlmo to roport. Tho commlttoo re jected concurrent resolution No. C, providing for a commlttoo to look In to pllotago conditions, but in a sub sequent resolution, which was ndopt ed, this duty was imposed on tho committee on fisheries in the Colum bia river. In separate session tho two houses of tho legislature today re-elected Shelby M. Cullom to the Unltod States senate. higher education. Tho commlttca on railways Is given to, Mr. Davoy's leading huckor in Multnomah coun ty, Mr. Di-IbcoU, and .Ion oh of Lin coln gats second place. That inonna that a domurrngo law will hnvo right of way, as Mr. Jones was tho cham pion of tho Toxns ear shortage hill lu tho special session or 1901. Tho committee on alcoholic trafllc has boon glvon to tho "dry" BoctlonH of tho stato. President Haines' Committees. Tho presidency of tho sonato going to an outside county, tho Mnrlon county delegation fared bettor thoro Senator Smith guts chairman of ways and moans, Kuy gots resolu tions and enrolled bills, nnd F. J. Miller counties. Tho railroad com mitted of thoHonato Is protty strong ly antl-corporutlon, nnd tho commit toe on banking goes to Senntor Coko. Boworman gets the Important coin mltteoH on state and county ofllcInU and rovlslon of laws. Tho Judlolary committee of tho senate Is especially tiblo with Malarkoy chairman, and tho others, Boworman, Hart, Coke, COBIIOW. Schools foe .Japs, Sacramento, Jan. 21. Senntor Konno, of San Francisco, today In troduced a resolution Hpoclllcally providing that JapauoHo children bo provided with separate schools, to gether with tho children of tho Chi nese, Indian and Coronn races. The muusuru Is Intended to fortify tho position of tho board of education lu tho test case now In the courts. IConiio asked early consideration. o F.LF.CT TO RETAIN CODES. House Members Will Tuku Home All That In Coming to Tliem, By n voto or 57 to 14 tho houso this morning voiced its almost unan imous Hontlmont In favor of taking all that was coming to It lu tho Hue of supplies, etc., when It voted down Rodgors' of Marlon resolution pro viding that tho codas Issuod tho membors remain tho property of tho Htate, ami bo loft In tho custody of the sergeant at urmu upon adjourn mont. Whou tho adverse roport or tho resolution commlttuo was road upon tho resolution Mr. Rodgors explained that ho introduced tho resolution at the roquost of tho Bocretnry of stuto, who has had them carefully anno tated for tho boneflt of futuro logls laturos, and that thoy should bo re turned to tho state. Ho was Biipport by Mr. Farroll of Multnomah county, but opposod by Chairman Campbell, of tho committee, and Medio of Clatsop and others, and upon nn nyo and nay voto tho resolution was lost by a voto of 46 uyos to 14 nays. Goo. D. CulbortBon, who sovon yoars ago was bookkeeper for J. J. Dalrymplo & Co., is In tho city In tho Intorost of creating Cascade coun- ty. Dr. J. F. COOK MOVED TO 840 LIBERTY STREET, WIWKK UK WMiL MKET ALL OtiD MiD NHW PATIKHTS. FOR ANY PimtflflH OA&& ON DR. COOK. OOXBUETAinON FKSH.