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SECOND EDITION 4 P. M, I Journal VOL. XIX. DAILY CAPITAL JOlItXAL, SALEM, OHEGOX, WEDXKSDAY, MARCH 17, 1000. NO. 58. ! PAYNE'S TARIFF BILL MAY CAB SE TROUBLE ENGINEER KILLED, AND TRAIN CRASHES INTO CEPOT KILLING SIX PAYNE TARIFF BILL TO OUST DINGLEY'S, TEA DRINKERS JOLTED MAKES MAW CHANGES IlUr OUTSIDE OF TAX ON TEAS DOES NOT SEEM GALGU TATED TO RAISE REVENUE-WOOD PULP MAV GOME IN FREE Washington, Murch 17. Itopro Bontutlvo Sorono Payno of New York, ahnlrman of tho ways ami means com mittee, today preaontcd tho tariff bill which bcnra hlo name and which con tains ono hundred thousand words. Tho hill represents tho Judgmont oftho commltteo based on over olght thousand pages of printed testimony, 30,000 Jotters -and all tho known sta tistics on tho subject. It Is estimated that tho rovonuo under tho duties as prescribed will bo $300,000,000. Tho lnhorltnnco tax Is Included with tho following provisiens: On tho direct lnhoritanco of from 110 to $100,000, 1 por cent. On th edlrcct lnhoritanco of from $100,000 to $500,000, 2 por cent. On tho direct lnhorltnnco of over $500,000 a tax of 3 per cent. New Spring Styles Now Shown in All Departments New Dress Goods, New Silks, New Suits, New Jackets, New Millinery, New Wash Goods, New Dress Trimmings, New Laces, New Embroideries, and hundreds of other New Spring Suits, Jackets and Shirt-Waist yi r-s -' vi '7 Wit 1 li I iu W: !la If you want values that appeal to close buyers of stylish garmonts, come to the Chicago Store; wo are horo with tho newest and latest, and at ptlces tlmt will please everybody. LADIES' .NEWEST SUITS. Now selling for $.fto, $!2.ro, $1 J .no and up. Spring Jackets, :).no, 81.30, 91.05 and up. " Spring Shirt Waists. Hue, 10c, 75c, OKc and up. New Spring Hats KIT ml Tho latost croatlons now on1 sale. If you want extra good values ror your money, come to tho Chicago Store. Dress Hats $1.95. $2.50. $3.50 and up Silks and Dress Goods Don't be paying too much for your Dress Goods and Silks be lore you buy. come to our store and see what we can do for you. Silks at any price you wish; Dress Goods at any price you wish. funeafiL 1 7 oh m m m m m m ir 1 w .r - ! .Mrmnsssmtimty Vfe Collateral relatives and strangers receiving Inheritances will pay 5 por cent on nil amounts over $500. The bill as presented also author izes tho Issuance of treasury certifi cates to tho amount of $250,00,0,000 to run for a period of onu year. Coffee, under tho toruiB of the'bHl us drawn, will bo admitted froo of duty. No chnngo Is mndo in tho tax on boor. A heavy blow is denl ttho Import ers of toa, which was free under tho Dlugley law. Tho bill fixes a duty of 8 cents n pound from countries whoro toa is produced and 9 cents a pound from other countries. Tho lumber tariff Is reduced CO por cent and tho snmo is true of steel rails and some other Bteel products. Coal Is placed on a reciprocal basis as nlso aro ail agricultural Imple ments. They will bo received freo from any country tlmt admits froo slmlnr articles uxportod from tho United Stntes. Tho tariff on wool, first and sec ond class, Is unchanged, ns Is nlso tho Impost on oil. A reduction of 5 cents por hundred pounds for refined sugar Is provided. Iron ore Is admitted froo. Although hides are admitted free, shoes are reduced 10 per cunt. Wood pulp from countries not hav ing an export duty on certain forest products Is admitted free. Printing paper tariff Is reduced GG 2-3 por cont and 50 per cent, ac cording to tho value. In presenting tho bill to tho house, Chairman Payno said: "Tho bill Is n mlnlmu mand maxi mum tnrlff bill. Tho third section of tho bill contains tho maximum ratorf of duty which aro gonorally equal to tho minimum rate plus 20 por cont. Tho articles on tho froo list, whon transferred to third section In application to cortaln nations, boar n duty of 20 por cont nd valorem ns tho maximum rato. "Tho maximum, howovor, Is not effectivo In nny ovont until 00 days aftor tho passago of this act, "Uy the fourth seatlon tho mini mum rates aro applied to all goods Imported to any country which gives the Unltod States as good terms, by way of tnrlff, as glvon to any othor nation. "Tho mnxlmum rntes aro uppllod to thoso countrlos discriminating against tho United States or not giv ing tho United Stntes rates ns favor able as they glvo to other nations. This section Is self-acting, making It tho duty of tho executlvo to collo duties In accordance with tho tonus of tho bill, leaving It open for tho courts to dooldo upon the legality of such notion. "Wo huvo a largo doflolt but tho rovonuos undor tho prosont system aro Improving from month to month as business conditions bocomo bottor. The last normal yoar for Imports was tho fiscal yoar ending Juno 30. 1906, and tho oommlttoothoreforo has tak en tho year 1900 as tho basis on wmen io estimato tho rovonuo ro Iduclng qualities of tho new hill. I 'With u roturn to anything like normal conditions during the next fiscal yoar, It Is safo to predict thut the deficit will be entirely wiped out, but In case It Is not. tho bill provides for an issuo of Panama canal bonds to reimburse tho troasury. "There Is als ore-enaoted a provi sion for the Issuo of certificates to run one year for the purpose of re plenishing the treasury and raising an amount from $100,000,000 to $250,000,000. "The bill provides for reciprocal trade with the Philippines on all ar ticles, but limits the sugar to bo Ira ported free to 300.000 tons; the wrapper tobacco to 300,000 pounds filler, tobacco to 3,000(000 pounds and the free impor tof clears "Is lim ited to 150,000,000 In any one fiscal year. "In caso of the Importation of su gar, tobacco or cigars from the Phil ippines In excess of the limitations fixed by tho hill; tho imports must pay the full tariff rates." Washington, March 17. Following is n statement of tho changes In the tariff made by tho Payno bill, which was Introduced In congroas today, that will hnvo partlcula roffcet upon the Interests of tho Pacific coast states: The tariff on figs Is Increased from 2 to 2 cent sa pound. The duty 011 olives In hulk Is raised from 15 to 20 cont sn gallon. IMpo olives aro taken from tho free list and placed In the Bamo status as green olives, tho wording being changed so ns to make all olives dutiable. Tho paragraph rotating to ollvo oil Is so worded as to mnko tho oil du tiable according to tho rates of tho Dlugley hill and overcome 11 court decision which hold that all oil should be assessed under tho bulk rnto of 10 cents per gnllon. Tho result will bo that herenfter ollvo oil In Jars nnd packages of less than five gallons will pay nt tho rnto of 50 cents per gnllon. Tho law on olives to bo use'd for mechanical purpoaos Is worded so that only tho oil which has boon do nnturlzcd nnd lunflt for food will bo on tho froo list. It may ho subjected to tho regulations of tho treasury dopartmont. Tho duty on rnlsnns Is unchnrfgod, botng loft nt 2 M conta a pound. Znnto currants romaln tho Bamo nt 2 conts n pound. Tho duty on lomons Is increased from 1 to 1 U conta a pound. Tho Import duty on oranges ro maln tho snmo, ono cont a pound. Tho duty on grupos Is Increasod from 20 to 25 por cont cubic foot. Tho tariff on niuta nnd fruits not previously montloned Is unchanged Nq chnngo Is mudo In tho tnrlff on hops or on wines. Crude potroloum Is on tho freo list ns formerly with tho former coun torvalllng duty. Tho duty on borax Is icducod from 5 couta to- 2 centu a pound. Asphalt Is reclMwlflod, so as to mnko tho duty regulalod by tho amount of bitumen In it. Tho prei ont law provides a'duty of $1.50 por ton on crude asphalt. This Is tho ro suit of tho fact that Trinidad as phalt, containing 90 per cent bitumen baB boon coming In ns crudo. Tha new bill places a duty of $3 for 100 per cont bitumen; $1.50 for 15 per cent bitumen am! lower percentages graduated accordingly. Varnishes are reduced from 35 to 25 por cont ad valorem. Glazed firebrick aro reduced from 15 to 35 pur cont nd valorem. Other brlek aside from firebrick Is reduced from 46 to 35 per con ad valorem. Marble, snwed or dressed, over two inches In thickness, Is ruduced from $1.60 to $1 por cubic foot. Free stone und other monumental or build ng stone from 12 cents to G cents per cubic foot. Iron oro and basic slag are pluuod on the freo list, the duty havjng been 10 cents a ton. Pig Iron In reduqod from $4 a ton ENGINE CRASHES THROUGH DEPOT KILLING MANY ENGINEER THROWN FROMICAB. AND FIRE MAN KILLED WHILE TAKING ENGINEER'S PLAGE IN EFFORT TO SAVE THE TRAIN AND TO DO HIS DUTY Montreal, March 17. A fast train on tho noaton & Mnlno railroad to day, running wild with nobody at tho throttle, crashed through tho sta tion horo, and plungod Into tho wo mnn's wnltlng room, killing six per sons Instantly, and probably fatally wounding live. Tho blowing out of a plug uirlod tho onglnoer from tho enh nnd disabled tho flromnn, whon tho train wns n mllo from tho stntlon. With no ono to guldo It, the hoary trn'n enmo thundering Into tho city nt' terrific-spot J, aty),' Jumping tv track near tho stntlon, drovo Itself straight Into tho building with tho forco of u titanic projectile, Tho flroman mndo a horolo effort to ntop tho train whon ho saw tho onglncr hurled from tho cab, and, though Bovoroly wounded, had cllmbod to tho ongtnoor's placo and had grnapod tho throttlo Just as th ongluo crashed Into tho station. Hew wab klllod nt his post, nnd was takon from tho wrockngo almost un recognizable Tho accident occurrod at tho Wind sor station. Tho train wns com posed of a locomotlvo, n baggage car nnd throo pnBBongor cars, Tho onglno wont through a thick brick wall iib If It had boon made of paper. Tho placo was so complotoly do- innllshed Hint railroad employes who had been working In tho ruins bad not boon ablo to identify any of tho victims up to noon today, and thoie was little likelihood of any Identifi cation being mado this aftornoon, Tho walls and roof of the build ing wero shattered by tho terrific Im pact and toppled down upon th roaring locomotive, loavlng a raat of smoking rulnn. Tho Are and ateam of tho onglno mado tho dangor of tfee wholo placo bolng burnid very eeri ous, nnd before any work of rescue could bo nttomptod It wai necessary for tho flro dopartmont to prevent a conflagration. Tho train loft Doston at 8:30 o'clock InBt night. Following Is n list of tho jnjured so far na could ho obtained; Mark Cunningham, ongln.oe, Mon treal, wltl probably dlo. Unknown Polo, will probably die. Hobort Buckingham, Wostmount, may rccovor, Cecilia Dollslo, Indian girl, mar dlo, J. Wells, Montreal, InJurlos tort ous, j Wllllnm Planto, Montroal, may re cover. ii't-uvur. m Allco Goodloaf, Indian girl, Bovorc ly Injured, C. It. Chrlstlo, slightly tnjurod. Throo nro now positively known to ho killed. An unknown little girl wns crushed beyond human resem blance, und Mra. W. J. Dixon aad child wero crushed honoath tho tea dor of tho hugo mogul, Her husband. W. J. Dixon, train dispatcher, of Medicine lint, was on board the train, bound for Montreal, whence he was nbout to movo his family to Med Iclno Hat permanently, ' T The list of tho Injured has now neachod 1G. Tho loss Is estimated at about $100,000 io rolling stock nnd station. A ( to $2.50. Serap Iron nnd scrap teel Is re duced from Ma ton to 60 cents. Hoams, girders. Joists .and angles aru- reduced from .5 of 1 cent to .3 of 1 cent per pound. Iron and steel forglngs aro reduced from 35 to 30 per cent ad valorem. Hoop Iron or steel bands aro re duced by from 3 Oto 50 per oent of the present tariff. Steel rails and railway bars aro re duced from $7 to $3.60 per ton. Tlnplato ia reduced from 1 4 cento to 1 1-5 cents pqr pound, . , Steel Ingots, slabs, etc,., are reduced from one-fifth ot a cnt to $wn fortieth of a cent. Steel Ingots and slabs valued above 3 cents a pound are slated for a re duction of 15 per cent ad valorem. WIro mills, not lighter than IG-guugo, are reduced from half to a quarter of h cent n pound. WIro nails lighter than lG-gituge are reduced from one cunt to one-half cent n pound. Itlveta uro reduaed from 2 cuffls to 1 Vt cents n pound. Load hearing ore, tuxuil on the loud contents therein, Is reduced from 1 V4 to 1 cent a pound. Block zinc Is 'adueed from 1 A centH to 1 cent a pound. JWne sheet are reduced from 2 cents to 1 4 cents per pound. H country not Imposing an export duty on certain forest products. First und second class wool romaln unchanged. Tho duty 011 third class wool valued nt not moro than 10 cents pur pound, Is fixed nt 3 cents; wool valued at from 10 to 10 cents miiBt pay an additional duty or one half a cent per pound for ouch cvnt of additional value over 10 cents. Wool valued at over 10 cents must pay 11 duty of 7 cents per pound. Printing paper valued nt not moro than 2 V4 oonts per poujtd Is reduced from three-tenths to one-tenth of 11 Ctosh roglstors, eleotrtoal apparatus, hjcmt l"r pound; printing paper valued manufacturing muehluery. linotypes, printing presses, sowing machines, typewriters und steam 'engine are re duced from G5 per cent to 15 per cent ud valorem. Sawed lumber, white wood, syca more and basswood are reduced from $1 n thousand to 50 cents pur tliou- sand feet. All other sawed lumber Is reduced from $2 to $1. Itoflned augur Is reduced from 1 cent to 95 of one cent per pound- Uarloy Is reduced from 30 cents 11 bushel to ,H confa a bushel; baood and bams from 6 cents a pound to 4 cent. a pound; frew. from 2 of a cent Mechanically ground wood pulp is reduced from cno-lwlfU -ot J .rent per pound to exemption from duty, when the pulp Is imported from uuyi at ubovu z4 cents per pound and not nbovo 2 V4 cents Is reduced from Iwo-flfths to one-fifth of a cont a pound. nitiimluous coul .and coko, from any country admitting American coal free, Is transferred to tho free list. Patent luuther of ull grades Is re duced to 20 pur cent nd valorem Agricultural Implements, plows, etc., are reduced from 20 per oent nd valorem to 15 per cent hi) valorem and It Is provided that they shall bo trunsfered to the freo list when Im ported from any-country admitting ppiOul; ra)T,meatt and lard, A,.I,vr"",n Bncuiuirai maoninery Jo' f HnUi tallow, fron. t it a pound' to tjje free-lUt i,Vork of art, Including palgUag juiu sununry, uru piawu on mo ireo lUt, ' - 'The articles inoiiMo"nod. In the ro (Continued on page 4.) Tf j.6'"( utt-mmtna. i'M,))'J j&V'' m .mmm -.jjw: