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tffl. ,t If.- "lALYCAMT-- Ali JOjpltNAii, BALKM, ORBOON, WHDNKSDAY, 'MAIIU11-8, 1M. . . - .. tm - ROOSEVELT HAS A BUSY LAST DAY NEW GOODS i..i..o rqrlc anrl nnnntars nnrl nncitiuo. TihPV cannot be excelled. This season's goods are ! extremely attractive, surpassing any previous year. THE VERY DAINTIEST OP SLIPPERS FOR THE LADIES Slippers to match your gown nml some of thorn have thnt touch of gilt demanded now, thnt Ih a protty gilt buckle. Thoy aro so dainty and styl ish that you cannot help but ho pleased with thoui. Fancy Hosiery for Ladies p PI a The Prettiest and Most Stylish Hosiery Made In the new embroidered, new plaids, polka dots, stripes, laro effects, ote. H fctfi V iff J. In Cotton, Lists nnd Silk Prices 25c to $2.75 Kvory color nnd combination of colors now being shown anywhere pink, coral, lav ender, champagne, blue, green, etc. Washington, March 3. President Roosevelt's last day In offlccwaa the most strenuous of his administration. Before 10 o'clock this morning tho grounds of tho White House wore crowded with visitors. It was neces sary to open tho cablnot room to accommodate those who woro admit ted to tho main lobby, which quickly became thronged. Several hundrod people called and there were various detachmeilts headed by souatorB and representatives. The president greet ed them nil nnd stood where he could shake hands and say a word to each one. Following Is a schedule of tho last day of Roosevelt strcnuoslty in tho White Heuse: 9:30 Arrived office. Placed his nutogrnph on great number of photo graphs presented tor that purpose. Higned three appropriation bills and attended to other official business. 10:00 Received delegation of school boys from Menominee, Mich., and others by enrd. Autographed photographs. 10:20- Received chiefs of tho bu reaus of tho navy, treasury and othor departments. Autographed photo graphs. 11:40 Attended to his correspond ence and still there were photographs to bo autographed. Noon Received hundreds of call ers. 12:10 Conferred with Chnirman Timothy L. Woodruff of tho Repub lican state committee of Now York. 12:30 Approved a scoro of bills and conferred with Frank H. Hitch cock. 12:45 Signed the nnvnl appropri ation bill. 1:00 Dictated letters. 1:30 Wns shaved. 2:00 Took luncheon with hla wife and n fow friends. Miss Ethel loft today for Oyster IJny. 2:30 Received Republican Oloo club of Columbus, O. 3:00 Received governors of sev eral Btatcs and othor prominent men who have come to take part In tho Inauguration parade. 8:00 Will preside at dinner to bo attended by the Roosevelt und Tuft families. 1 ( dJsrtfl fi l Yl W ft SK ore; (OR THE WII01E TAMILY fayser's $1.25 Silk Gloves, Special .98c & Ms &$&, "fa! -j- 'iW jSF ssr "St 0 43 B 55 m k$ $& K ? fEJ 2 -,' ff-A WILL COMPLETE ROAD INTO THE SANTIAM Tho Gold Creek mining district $12,000 to $16,000, and tho corn will no doubt make a wonderful pnnles appropriated this amount, showing this season. It has boon "or as much moro ns is nocossary," isolated so long, with only a fow of to rratth tho rond to complotlon. Work tho faithful standing back of it, that will begin nt each end of tho roud, its opening must have a grout offoct for It will roqulro 300,000 fcot of 'Baking Fowaer Absolutely Pare The only baking powder made from Royal Gcape Cream of Tartar 1 i 1 THE -WASHINGTON LEGISLATURE WILD ? on tho business of Salem, and, In fact of tho wholo state. Last night flvo of tho leading min ing companies, through tholr repre sentatives, got togothor, and made nrrnngemcuts for comploting tho road clear In to tho furthost of tho mines, It Is estimated thnt to com plete this rond will requlro from lumber to complete ono of tho bridges, nnd this will bo shipped from tho Gold Crook Compuny'B mill. Besides tho Frcoland, Gold Creek nnd Electric, tho Dlack Eaglo, which nlready hao dono much worKv tho North Santiam and Sunnysldo havo Joined in tho work of complet ing tho rond. asat tunic nunn ji nn Li unim .Wea' and maoiatod, Re- tOr i to IIonlHi hw Vtrl "" Ua, r. six roars of nee. '? ' ai.a k of tho measlos, i it ll ,... ..,,...! ....... ,. ... V JJUVMMIUIIIU, Niia i, weak nnd emaclat- Sill m. OMl t fiml Iiai. etnin. ' l rouid r.ot retain 1 t.- ,.,v In l,l ......II. i.. m j ... uta bUUUIllUU ior I0li Ru i. :i. II, a .l.inln.. .. '8 L.l Of L'OOll. 1111(1 W uinrn '-itoiLnk tho would never ro- ' r . '"".I. arj lhft ffn. tuna it, ..,.! JM ix.ox was nnwizcd at her . m whrn we told hlra Wfl i;ln?hfr,nol, he replied, 'It ue n-ejy, kcf p u u,). Wo dl(J '""": ft OVC f.l Ilnr liunlih o..l c:n'hi i,-:um ,.-, ... SJ.' J. W. Flagg, l!'. c -dltlons III t.i. ,- 'yer it Increasos m.i lP ,ho tllgostlva r. ' " uioou, anu l even- 11. nn Ir. .l i .... ilJV. PUTNAM CO. I Hoail to Success. z:ii "" """" kt U 7 " 4 "-lUI. auccos i i. i hea,lhi but Eloctr'c 1 'I the Prn. .... :ie,i r.?" uueaun uu;,a- w. jr known- " th7;0bor'9;;urlfles .BOd wth ih. I u luues ana ' eairt . 7 U0W t&0,r B.1 afford t0 sSht Elec- ii weak. )-,,r,,... , .uu-uuwu ur Wrj Only 5oc Guaranteed by J. NIC i "!" KM- Aboard. ""nth,. . ' 3 President r"t;.U)1,;.,lt'rnoon s'ened tho "" 'He m "l'uns Provision erfortJ , ",ulltGrmand. aica h8 a " r"nioval nmile DOINGS OF THE R. R. COMMISSION Tho railroad commission rocoivod an answer from tho Oregon Electric railway poople his .morning In regard to tho guard rails ovor tholr trestles along tho lino. Tho company status that ho guards will bo Installed iy tho ond of next wcoii In conformity with tho wlshos of tho commission. A communication waB also sont the commission by the Portland Railway, Light and Power Company in nnswor to a complaint now on file In tho r;r 'mission's offlco as to the condi tion of a waiting station at Golf Junc tion, a fow mllos out of Portland. Tho eomplnlnt, ' which cnnio to tho commission sovoral days ago, claimed tho railway station was In n deplor ablo condition, dirty nnd uncomfort nblo, but Vlco Prosldont F. I. Fuller of Portland writes that thoro must havo been n mlstnko, ns tho company hus noticed nothing wrong nt that Junction with tho exception of n fow boards pulled off tho building, which were replaced. Tho Portland Railway. Light and power Company hns also decided to install air appliances on tholr cars on tho Portland railway division. After going down nearly 300 foot nnd mooting with mnny Indication of oil nnd gas, tho boring enmo to a sudden conclusion Tuottday by los ing a drill and a soctlon of tho Jrlv ing rod. An effort was raudo to dls- flodgo it with dynamlto, and nn im mense charge wna put down nnd noar ly wrecked the entire dorrlck struc- ACCIDENT AT THE PRATUM OIL WELLS. (United Preu Leased WIre.l Olympla, Wash., March 3. Tho "wetn' 'this morning woro unable to muster tho necessary two-thlrda TOte to austuln tho rules of tho houso, nnd pass tho local option bill. Tho "dry-1 resisted on tho ground that thoy had not had timo to digest tho amalter nmendmonts. McMastor Bald that the drys had no Idea of making a furth er fight on tho hill, nnd thnt tholr plea for dolny wns made in good faith. Thoro In consldorablo talk concern ing a rumor that Govornor Hay will refuse to sign tho local option Dill whon It conies to him, Tho houso this morning klllod Ronlck's two bills, which lookod to tho provontion of the burning of slashings during tho Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition. Tho object of tho bills wns to provont tho obscuring of tho sky by donso volumes of smoko whllo Eastern visitors woro attend ing tho fair. Tho bill of Davis, of Plorco coun ty, providing thnt county dorks shall deposit trust funds In tho bank, mot a Btmllnr fato. Tho sonato thin morning klllod Son ntor Cottorlll's bill providing for tho Incorporation of Stutomont No. 1 In tho stato oloctlon laws. Cotterlll and Pnulhnmus woro tho only two morc bors to voto for tho bill. The senate passed tho now state cnpltol bill, which will throw opon timber lands to tho morcy of tho big speculators. Night on Ifctld Mountain. On a lonely night Alex. Donton, of Fort Edward, N. Y cllmbod Ball Mountain to tho homo of a nolghbor, tortured by asthma, bont on curing him with Dr. King's New Discovery, thnt had cured hlniBOlf of asthma. This wonderful modiclno Boon re lioved and quickly ourod his neigh bor. Later it ourod his son'o wifd of a sevoro lung troublo. Millions bollovo It is tho groatOBt throat and lung euro on earth, coughB, colds, croup, hemorrhages and ooro lungs nro Buroly cured by It. Dost for hay fovor, grip and whooping cough, 50o nnd $1.00. Trial bottlo free. Guar anteed by J. O. Perry. o Tho nvorngo rent paid for Now York city tonomontB nnd npnrtmont houses built within flvo years amounts to $1-IG annually for onch person liv ing in them. LOW RATES TO tun. New mnchlnory will havo to bo ordered, nnd n now woll drlltod, which will ho dono, ns tho Willam ette Valloy Oil Company is n largo concorn. Thoy havo recently ac quired an electric roalroad property lu Tdnho thnt Harrlman wns trying to got, und aro said to be actln? for tho Harrlman 'ntorostB. SPECIAL SESSION TALK FAVORABLE Tho situation In regard to a spo olal session of the legislature to !o gullze tho blunkot npproprlatlon hill and several othor errors found In tha work of the regular sosalon is moro favorable. A numbor of replies havo boon recolved from senators and rep resentatives thnt mako It possible to have one, and moro details, expected today, may decide tho ruattor. But tho speclnl session will not be called today. It may bo eet down as pos slblo that u spoolal session of a very limited duration will bo called. This Is tho latest ndvico from Governor Donson, who Is proceeding very cau tiously in tho mutter. OREGON ELECTRIC THEATRE TRAINS Tho Oregon Electric Railway Com pany aro now planning to add moro truins to tholr presont service. If tho intentions the compuny now hayo are carried out, people residing north of tho city, down as far Buttovllle, can como to tho theatres here ad return homo the snmo evening. Two truins, composed of two curs each, will leave tho station In this city for Portland at 11 o'clock in the even ing, and u special train will leave Portland at tho sumo time for this city. Several hundred farmers, who are now unable to make trips to thin city in tho day time, will be benefit ted by the now service", and tho move will bo greatly appreciated. 'O Chii ilrintZ FM . a A. i..ik.1 " fKnj UCl0r HOW nffnn l. M 1 UII ?mu1?inf w ofta, f W'H Probably say, "Very, very rarely." Ask &? "hr5rik a tonic for them. He will probably SaSSfepllc irT fWently." Then ask him about Ayes 2t-jrMR .i? n tonic for the vount? iif w EARTHQUAKE IN CALIFORNIA TOWN (United PresR Leased Wlro.) Nevada City, Cul., March 3. An earthquake shock us sovere as that experienced in Nevada county at tie timo of the San Francisco quako, was experienced here today. Many of the building were badly shukon, and peo ple rushed to tho streets In fear of death. The shock ranged from east to west and lasted ten secpnds. Tho first vibration was felt nt 3:48 a. m., and the second shock followed. -o (iaod Liniment. You will hunt n good while before you find a preparation that Is equal to Chuinberkiin's Liniment as u cure for nuioculnr and rhoumatlc pains, for tho cure of sprains andsorttnes of tho muscles. It Is equally valu able for laruo back and all deep sout od mustular pains. 25 and 50 cont sizes for sale by Dr. Stono' drug store. TAFT GETS BIGGER SALARY THAN TEDDY . U- FIVE MEET DEATH IN A BUTTE MINE United 1'rcsi Leased Wlro.l Butto, Mont., March 3. Bulled under tons of rock and dirt, four minors mot Instant death this morn lug by two torrlflc oxploBloiiB In tho Diamond mine of tho Amalgamated Copper Company, nnd a fifth man was ro torrlbly mnnglod that his death Is momentarily expected. Tho flvo men, who Woro employed on tho night shift, clodded to do some blasting boforo quitting work. Aftor dynamlto had boon placed in 20 holes far bonenth tho surfaco of tho ground tho fuso loading to ouch charge bo camo tangled in somo manner, nnd wlthont warning caused two proma tit ro oxploslous. . Four of tho minors, stunned by tho torrlflc ground, fell to tho ground. Ivo Unyiio, tho fifth man, ran to tho olovntor but boforo ho could glvo tho signal to ralso tho cage another ox ploslou occurred. Whon mon from tho surface reachod tho scono four of tho crow woro burled under groat honps of rock and Hayno was lying bosldo tho shaft frightfully Injured. Tho bodlos woro rocovorod. OREGON DAILY During March and April I'Yont nil partH of the Lu.st. via Union Pacific Oregon Short Line The Oregon Railroad & Navi gation Co. Southern Pacific $33 from Chicago $30.50 from St. Louis $25 from Omaha $25 from Kansas City Correspondingly low from nil other points. TO THE PUBLIC Write lettors to ovorybody you know In tho oast nnd toll thorn about those low colonist rntoB. Sond thoui liter ature about Oregon, or sond their nddrossos to us and wo will' do It. In thlH way you oun bo u groat help In tho growth and progress of your stato. YOU CAN PREPAY FARES" for any ono from any plnca If you wane to. Deposit tho nocossnry amount with our local agent nnd ho will telegraph ticket promptly. Inquire of ngonts or wrlto to VM. McMURRAY Gonornl Passenger Agent Tho Orogon It. It. & Navigation Co. Houthorn Pacific Co. (linos in Ore.) PORTLAND, OREGON United Tresa Leased Wlre.J Washington, March 3. Tho houso today adopted a conference roport on tho legislative and judicial appropria tion bill by n voto fo 123 to 75. Tho conference resulted In surren dering by tho sennto roprosontntlvos ovory point for which the upper houso contended. Tho president's salnry will be $75,000 a year. Tho presi dent nlso will receive 25.000 addi tional for traveling expenses through tho provision of another act making his total, emoluments $100,000 n year. Thqre will be no under seoretnry and no fourth assistant seorotnry of Btate ns urged by the senate. 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