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-"-- 1-l.r "v- ' . .- . - " "-"lljiry . J-T j I.IJH -y Lj "- HWmilWIMMHWIWIWW nBrTTTinMiMMwiiniMiirwiMBMiMiMyiaMMi . FTnoi cui Hum J rrm? VltLl.V -.. I I attraal IK VOIi. XIX. DAILY CAPITAL JOURXAL, 8ALKM, OREGON, MOXOAY, FnimiAHY 8, 1000. NO. 2. CHAMBERLAIN WILL RESIGN AS GOVERNOR H -iij.i.-!cccjcfisScWctSJ,ls"""c''',,,iS,wi,,S,,," . -.(lafMMMMaaadBHtaaM m-mmmmaaKmmuemmmBmm.mmmmmmmmMmmmmammHHKBB0BBKBBB&BBHB V BENSON WILL SUCCEED HIM NOT GOVUNiOR IS BUSY VETOES MANY BILLS AND READY TO RESIGN MUST BE IN WASHINGTON MARCH FOURTH AND BENSON WILL BE GOVERNOR. Govornor Chamberlain this i.ftot noon lont In, two tnoro voto messagos one against tho ralso of tho sal ary of tho circuit Judgo of tho Ba- cr City district, which was Increased from threo to four thousand dolIni-3. Tho othor niOBsago was dlrectoi ngnlnst raising tho salary of tho clerk of Curry county. As a gonornl many salary bills havo passed these vetoes moan n prolonged struggle between tho executive and legtalntlvo Jcpnrtments. Governor Chamborlaln was today advised that ho will havo to bo In Washington March 4 to tako part (m ICost Cuts During ur Alteration Sate ou ennnot buy flit' noodn from the nmniifiitturi'is nt the prices mo J I ou cannot buy the goods from X ni offering tliem nt now. Ask for them here it'ady to hand out tXyou, Just exactly nt the prices you mi them ndvcrtlsiMl nt. Tho following are only a few samplo prices to show you liow wo nio soiling our Ladles' $15.00 suits mado of 1.25 wool Panama Jackets, silk lined nnd full gored dross skirts. Prlcos now only $3.95 t $18.00 nnd $20.00 Suits In nil shados; long conts, Bilk lined nnd sheath skirts, tho latest 1009 modols, now only 1 $9.50 m Lndlos' $1.00 blnok morcorizod, sateen underskirts, plaltod and rufflod, now only 49c $2.00 whlto llnon tailored shirt : : Waists tucked and plaited, also trimmed with pearl buttons. 1900 . . newest styles, now only 98c Ladles' $2.25 Vici Blucher shoes, 2 newest sylo, a world-boater, for I only $1.49 ; ; Ask for Goods Adyertised " 7VSc Persian challles in a grand variety of designs and colorings, ; now, yard 1 1 . I J ;"10 Oyards best machine spool silk In black nnd colors, now per spool, only . 4c -JSi 7Jr- i a jj ffVftrr f wm sm- ci B gMM IS v "" v-' : 'I SC22M52HSir tho extra sessions of tho Unltol States ocnato, and that ho will resign as governor and his successor under tho provisions of tho constitution will be Secretary of Stato Frank V. Benson, who will then oxcrcUc the duties of both positions. l'lslutuiv Gets Iliisy. The legislature look up tho to ginning of the laBt two weoks this morning with a vim, and both house rushed work. In tho onato n bltl was put through rostorlng tho pub- Mention of delinquent tax lists In tho nowspapors. Tho present systom of No Figure!! the muii u fart urers nt the prices we the (jowls ndvertlxed. We have goods now. 50c bloached sheets, full size, for the doublo bods, made of a good hoavy muslin, now only 39c 18c full stnndnrd slzo pillow cubosJ groat vnluo, now only 10c Host 8 l-3o Eustorn Point Per-T onlos,, sntuon finish, with borders, J this Is n great bargain now, only, yard 5c Ask for Advertised Goods! 1240 nnd 16c Dress Ginghams ln all tho latost styles and colorings 1900 bast production yard 9 now only, X 35c India Silk In all colors and black, will wash llko muslin, now only, yard 19c Fancy wool dress goods, now sell-f Jng at about half. Yard soc, jocj. 49c, and up THIS AITERATIOX BAIiK. Applies to overy article about thon store, as tnere Is going to be a; general overhauling of the entire j establishment nnd we must dla-. pose of the goods, as they will bo-. in the workmon's way. Thero la! no use In you trying to beat our prices, as we aro not looking forn nroflt- now. 1 1 sending a postal card as a basis of procuring a tax tltlo Is said to be worked by a large financial synV cato In the Interior counties that Is grabbing a tax titles all over tho stato Senator IDngham made tho fight for the bill, and It wns not opposed out side of Multnomah county. In the house McArthur rushed the work and cleared tho desks several times, wc'nt after tho commltteco .for now business, and announced the flrti night cess'on for Thursday night. A big batch of rctoa is scheduled this afternoon for tho governor's oS flco. House, Monday, Fob. 8. II. B. 172, Dodds, to allow count:' superintendents to mako partial ap portionments of school funds. II. D. 195, Hughes, rolnting V) baking powder labels. Passed. All local salary bills wore made special ordor for Thursday ovenlng.. By McKlnnle, resolution to abolth loglslnturo and remove stntp capital to some collection of political curi osities. Referred to committee ju immigration and statistics. Invitation to legislature to vL'ti Stato University on Commonwenlti Day. Accepted. Xew IIouwj Hills. II. n. Xo. 318, Reals, relating lo judgments against surety companies. II. D. Xo. 310, Bean, stato license ta on sale of liquors. II. R. Xo. 320, ncan, regulate pool room, and billiard halls. iHOP GROWERS VOftRV mJ I Vll I 1 Buchanan fought the offort to ro i rofor II. B. Xo. i 07, tho Medio bill, : to permit voting on boor nnd whlsktvj He saw no daugor lu nllowlng this separate at all furthor local option bill to go where It orlglnnlly bu olections In Orogon. It wns all right longod the committee on alcoholic to onoourago people to rnlso hops, but It wtt wrong to throw open the state to soil beer. Boer saloonj monnt It to throw tho state open to unllcensad sale of whiskey. Thorc was no d!fforencc between beer nnd whlskoy. 'I say, and tho pooplo say, If w prohibit any of It, lot us piohlblt nil of ft." LEGISTATLIRE TURNS DOWN THE MINERS The Munoy bill to relonso mid-1 poor munr who. by hU Industry, was voloped mining corporations from tin tapping the oarth's roBourcos for the present heavy Incorporation tax was. welfare of humanity. Ho wanted again killed In tho houao. Muncy thoso burdens removed, and 15 other took tho floor and mado a plea for legislator thought so. too. In M Oregon's greatest Industry, where rlon county Llbby and Patton votrl heavy fines were imposed on the with the miners. IRRIGATION CODE 4 r Under threats to use the Initiative with drastic features not now in the bill, the big interests havo been coiv pelted to como into line and drop their fight on the Irrigation cod. This bill paBied the house two year ago, and was killed lu tho senate by 'ENGLISH ROYALTY VISITS THE KAISERt0' a? o-oiock, tni morning (Unit) I'rcM Leated Wire.) JLondon, February .8 -King Ea- LATER THAN MARCH FOURTH II. R. Xo. 321, McKlnnle, regulat ing practlco of voterlnarlcs. ' H. B. 322, Jaeger, by request, to amend code, relating to corporations. H. B. 323, Bean, to prohibit use of seines on Siuslaw river. On TliArd Reading. ' II. B. 58, Rusk, allowing sale of property in Wallowa county. Passel. II. B. 11, Umatilla and Morrow, 'delegation, to aid Umctllla Irrigation project. Passed. Senate Monday. Tho senate was called to order yt 11 o'clock with 7 senators present The consideration of senate bill 162 was the first order of business. S. B. 162, Bingham, to provldo fjr tho publication of delinquent tat lists. Passed by a voto of 21 to 5. Albee, Barrett, Kellaher, Xottlns- hnm and Selling voted ngnlnst Mio bill. S. B. 170, to amend coda relating ito ngo of majority of minors, so that mnlos are deemed to be of ago on bo- Ing lognlly married, Passed. S. B. 126, Kellaher, to prevent sal and manufacture of bleached flour. Re-referred for tho third time. S. B. 1-U, Parrlsh. to amend codn rclntlng to stato bank deposits Passed. S. B. lit. Mullt, to prohibit circu lation of falso reports In regard lo standing of banks. Ro-rofcrred. S. B. 00, Albee, to establish a fis cal agency for Oregon In Xow York. Pnssed. WIN iN THF mmf ill "I- I I "UuL Brady luked Duchnimn If lu- w,i. afraid to lot tho poople pns upon It? trnlllc. Patton said this was tho hop contor of tho world, nnd It was a did courtosy to smothor tho proposition uudor teohnlcnlltles, lio did not want to amend tho looal option law, but tho pooplo had a right to voto on th's It wnj only courtesy. Buchunun fought to havo the hill Indefinitely postponed. On putting tho quontlo'i the bill was roforred. r; WILL BE PASSED the crowd with tho big tttlck. This Besslon the lineup is ruoro complete tor the bill, and thero will bo a gen eral subsidence of bitter opposition. The Irrigation code will be yasso'l i this session and two years of blttw 'dissension will be avoided. iward and Qufu AwanUwJe t' for Dovr, where they boarded their yaohl and started on the Journey '.o Berlin, where they will visit tha SAYS JAPS SHOULD NOT LIVE APART FROJHCAUCASIANS MISSES THE WHOLE CONTENTION WHICH IS THAT THAT IS WHAT JAPS MUST DO IfTnltftff PrMt TbvmI Wlrt.l Xow York, Feb. 8. Koklcht Mid I sumo, consul-general of Japan, in Now York, in nn address to a largo gathering of Japanoso studonta hero last night, lay tho blame for tho nntl-Jnpaneso fouling In California on tho fact that tho' Japanese havo soggrogatcd themselves and tried 'o live apart, nfter tho customs of their native country. "The Jnpnneso In tho United States should not sook to Identify them selves by living in ono locality or attempting to conduct thomsolvcs or their nffalrs by Japanoso methods,' cnld tho consul-gonoral. "Thoiy should strive to assimilate American ways nnd business mothodn nnd un less they do, thoy will not attain tho full mcaure of success. l "If the Amorlcan critic of Juprn RACING SCHEDULE FOR M STATE FAIR At meeting of the Xorth Pacific iclpal form of molng will bo harness Fair Association In Portland Sntur. day. raring programs wore HrrnUK,l nnd tho representatives from thv cilr foront 'fairs to bo hold lu this stnt.v Waalilngton nnd Idaho woro unnnt mpiiB In rc-oloctlng tho rospoctlvo of ficers for tho noxt unnunl ovnntH. W V. Matloek was again elocte'l nn presldont, Itobort J. Cosgrovo vice proBldont. and M. I). Wisdom sooro tnry Those gautlomou nro all woll known In the Xorthwost nn succom ful promoterH of fnlru, and their n iataucu lu the uwioclntlon during the coming fn'r bchhoii will bo valu nbl. A sohedulu of dntos was inn'U that was gatlsfaetory to all. Sttlein lovers of rust ponlo. esps elally. are wwll aware of tho ability of M. I). Wisdom In proourlng tho slgnaturon of tho host known an rollnble horsemen on the coast, and he was given speed programs from four d'fferent fairs with Instructions to uuike a tour Into California, tin homo of all fast horwm In winter time, nnd get entries of tho best clu positblo to moot horo next full. Ow ing to the satisfactory agreamouU mado and carried out to tho lottor nt tho stato fair lost season with tho California horsomon, Including four prominent men from the Middle West Association. Hccreiary wisanin win havo no difficulty Irr bringing back a bunch of entrlos consUtlnc of ths speodlOHt horse lleuli on the coast turf. The treatment tho ruolug pro motera have had at the hands of the fair association of the Northwest so far, has heonttatlBfnctory, According to reports coming from tho winter quarters )u California this season, u great many Kastorn horsei havo been brought to that state, not only for wintering, but furraclng purposes, also. These horses can show up alongsldo of the fastest ttoc!c on tho coast, and the coast Kurnes. ns has been ty'donced fofn 1110$ lm time, nave maue wonueriui-.utiqwv during the Inst two years! ,lutUrlpBj tho eovero blizzard rwhlctfrTiwecplng Ing tho records up:In',pacftlgJtt,ttlu4thtB soctloh of thoiouHtryPTrafflo of I and a few running events, The- prln- 1 tvnnlrl ,nn1 thn trAnHn nt OUtnn ttflMt othor nations nnd devoto n fow day to stuSy of tho subject, thoy woutd learn thnt Americana onjoy privileges lu Manchuria from which tho Japan oso nro oxcludod. "While tfio Japanese aro maltreat ed In California, our pcoplo aro woll troatod horo in tho East. This Is duo I believe, largely to the falr-mlnd-M-no -s of tho Enntorucr, but It tnunt nlso be duo In pnrt to Jho fact that wo aro not grouped togothor horo '. tho Japanoso aro In San Francisco. "Tho number of Jnpnneso in San Francisco Is n trlflo compared with tho American population, and honco thoy could not meet with groat objov tlon If -tho Jnpnneso would senior among tho untlvo population nnd not draw uttontlon to themsolvofl by galh orlng together In ono plnco." this coming sonsou, as a running pony is grnduully going out of favor In the small oltlos. The moiiuy hung up by tho stato fair, to bo hold In this city, begin ning Suptombor 13, will bo In tho neighborhood of $22,000, which N, iiH usual, at tho stato fair sufflclfmt to attract attention. Xoble, 0110 of tho frnttoHt hnrno horses In tho Htn.toi, will bo proaured by Socrotnry Win dom, nnd will glvo exhibition rnalu? rkhIhsi tint hero next fall. Tho program of events nnd tnoiify Ij iih follews: Mondny, Sitembr 13 2-yonr-old trot. $400; 2:12 pnoo. $800! 2:28 trot, $800. TuuHdny 2:2B pace, $CQ0; 2:1R trot, $1000; 3-yoar-old pneo, 2:20 claw, $500 Wodiiogdny 3-yoar-old pneo. 2:20 class, $500; 2:08, $5000; 2:30 trot, $600, Thursdny 2-yenr-old paco, $400: 2:20 pnae. $800; 2:12 trot, $5000. Friday 2:20 trot. $800; 2:05 pace, $1000; consolation pneo. $1000 Saturday 2:16 pac, $1000; froe-for-nll trot, $1000; consolation trot $1000. TRAINS-SNOWBOUND NEAR PARK CITY (Unlltd t'rM r.l Wire.) Salt Lake, Utah, Feb. 8.A pav- songer train Is stalled in a big snqw t drift 011 tho Park City branch or the Itlo Grnii'lo railroad, 20 miles from horo. Tho passengers are maid to tin lu danger of suffering soveroly. A voutbound freight ran Into n rock slide today near Ruby and Brake men Orson Spoucor was killed. F(r manjr;Ltdo was fatally scalded. Tho engineer escaped wltjjout Injury. All trnjp. schculep'yiavo. been practically abandoffeflonaccount of all klndB U IndefliiUoly latq, , Z r tM Ill n x in or 'J r le r r AmiMiamtititiytTf iifiiiiiiiiniii -.aam&.