La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, December 08, 1904, Image 1

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OBSERVE
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LA GRANDE. UNION COUNTY. OREGON, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 3. 1904
NUMBER 33
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JAPANESE MAKE
STEADY PROGRESS
or. . The tremendous noise It b lieved j CIRCUIT COURT
number of siege gun of Urge oliber.
all of wblch teemed to be In dm yes
terday. Bamora of a Uok by Japan
ese st various dates Lave beec. current
the past two eeeke tad the impression
prevails tbat yeeterdey's heavy b m
bardmeot of the aeiomption of the of
fensive ny the Japaoete. ,
Capture and Hold Askasaka Hill in Front of
ort Arthur Cruiser. Bayan Aground in
Harbor.
Fort
copied Akesaka hill fronting on
Arthur yesterday.
The Russian armored eroiaer Bayan
v s it raportea to do aground.
Tokio, Deo 8 Japanese troopa oo, Japaneee occupied an entire for' at
noon and subsequently ont foroet alter
dislodgiog the enemy occopied the
eminence north of- Boern Koo and
two emioenoee north of Ban Honiara"
Unktlaa Dm 8 Cannonading in
gnat volume waa beard around Pouti
loff hill and railway yesterdey . morn
ing. It eon tinned tbrcnghtont the
day sal evidently owing to the trem
endous noise reached itt Leight from
3 to 8 o'olosk in the afternoon. It
waa unlike anything of the', kind
h'ard heretofore exoept at Port Arth
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alto cod firm t the report of the disable
ment of the Bote an batiletbipa Bet
vbwn and Poltava. 8eveuty-nine thott
took effect in the vessels. The re
port continue:
"Owing to the plunging fi-e from
203 meter bill the enemy baa with
drawn front Akaaaka bill. Dcembr
Midnight Assassin "
Helena, Mont., Dec 8. While John
Sedrick waa ! returning bome at mid
night last night In company wi h John
Locbnic, he waa shot and killed near
the Braund house, in Butte. When
near Silver bow miseaa unknown man
auddenly atepped from behind the
dump and fired point blank at Sedrick,
the ball striking him in the neck and
producing almost instant death.
It is not thought tbat robbery waa
the motive for the murder. Officer
are of the opinion that the sts&ssin
was either mistaken in bla man or
elae bad a grudge againat Sedrick and
killed bim in revenge. Laobnlok la
an old man, ana owuig w ui .utw
ment be could not describe the
murderer. ' '. '
AT BAKER
The attention of the Circuit Court
was taken up this morning in secur
ing a jury to try the cast of the BUte
va. Jaa. Hail elarged with horsesteal
ing. The case wbl probably be con
cluded tbie evening.
Other matte' t occupy ng tie atten
tion of the Court were aa follows:
M K Young va Moae Fuchs adminis
trator of ihe estate of Thos. McEwen.
Judgment on verdl.t for plaintiff.
Allle Chalmers va Geo Beattie re
ceiver degree on demurrer.
Stvte va Henry Wilson, defendant
pleads not guilty. - .
' State a John Livingston pleads to
morrow. " -
State ts Geo. Shields, defendant,
pleads not gillty.
SENTENCE PUT OFF
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The chances are that if everybody
knew the exact facts about our Holi
day line, how carefully selected and
how fair in price, we would not have
half enough to go around.
We have been fortunate in being
able to buy our holiday stock close,
the selling will be just as close. We
want you to see our line before asssrt
ments are broken. - In the start we
will have a variety of goods not sold
elsewhere; these are , apt to be , the
goods you want.
Make sure of themby buying early
Fair prices will last to the end.
, Best assortment will not.
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Doing
at the
Capitol
Blockade Runners
!i sr""1-. 8 Frank I of
8bangbai who arrived today on the
steamship Siberia says tbs blockade
runners are making fortunes carrying
supplies of food from Buanghai to the
Buasians at Port Arthur. One steam
ship ran in 8000 rifles and 85 head of
cattle on October last and cleared two
hundred and eighty tboussnd dollars.
Washington, Deo.8. The house was
in session only . 15 minutes- today
Bingham of Pennsylvania, offered the
legislative, executive and - judicial ap
propriation bill carrying 828,838,709,
which be will call up for consideration
tomorrow.
Adjourned at 12 :16.
NOMINATIONS CONFIRMED.
Washington, IXo. 8. Tbs.senate In
executive session today confirmed ell
four osblnet nominations and those of
Postmaster Wiloox at New York and
Indian Commissioner Leupp.
CUT DOWN REPRESENTATION
- Piatt of New York introduced in the
senate a bill providing that alter March
3,. 1907, the representation of the bouse
be SC7 Instead of 330, ebe reduotion to
be made in 10 aoutbern states.
The senate retched an agreement to
rote on the Philippine franchise bill
Friday, December 16. '
. Adjourned at 3:15,
TO OPEN THE
COLUMBIA
The Defendants in the Land Fraud Cases to be
Sentenced ahdvWill take ; : '
Appeals.
Brif respite will be given to the
majority of the convicted conspirators
whose guilt wos established yesterday
afternoon by the verdi. t of the Jury in
the land-fraud case in the United
8tates district court. Next Tupadsy 8.
A. D. Puter, Horaoe O McKloley,
Kmma U wuwu uu , .. z
must ssnin aDDear in court to face a
second charge of conspiring to defraud j tence, as his plea of guilty baa depriv
the government of its publio lands.
Over three of these four Puter,
Few Cattle Fed
Echo Ore. Deo. 8 Five hundred
head of cattle are being ted in the im
mediate vicinity of Eoho This ia a
very . small number compared . with
what are usually wintered . at this
place and la occasioned by the ex
tremely low prloee paid Tor beef As
large herds are herded upon small el
falfa fields, the pasturage afforded is
eaten close, and bay. feeding begins
about the 1st of November.
Smoot Investigation
. Bait Lake Deo 8-Six witnesses in
the Bmoot investigation which opens
at Washington Monday bave been eub
poened and wilt leave tomorrow. To
day two professors of the Brlgbam
Young university at Provo, where serv
ed wl'b subpoenas. It is expected
tbey are to testify as to polgamyjbeing
taught in Mormon schools. It is said
twenty witnesses cannot be located by
be United States marshal.
part In the conspiracy was much more
apparent.
Dan J Tarpley, who waa Included in
the verdict of guilty rendered yester
day, is not a - defendant in the next
case. Frank H Walgamot, who pleaded
guilty laat Saturday, is also not a
p. t th Moond tndiotmeot. .For '
Waigamot nothing remains but sen- -
ed bim of all chance of appeal. .The
other defendants in the first ease will
MaKlnlev and Emma Wston hanga ' appeal to the United - mates circuit
tt ihos a tt,a inn!rtion obtained i court of aDDeala wbloh sits in Ban
in the caae whloh ended yeaterday
Marie Ware was acquitted in that trial,
but in tl.e pomlng oate the ohargea a
gainat her are much more ipeoiflu aad
the Indictment iddlottes that bar
Franolsoo. Probably not more tnsn
four or five months w ll elapse before
that tribunal passes upon the appeal.
Oregon JonrnaL
CHADW1CKCASE
m BE SENSATIONAL
To Be. a Colossal Affair and Will Implicate "Five
Prominent New York 7
. Men.
New York, Deo, 8 -One of the pro
minent men from Ohio who are here
in connection with Mrs Chadwiok's
case said today: "In a day or two a
revelation will be made that will show
this to be the most colossal afalr of the
century. Five prominent New York
men whose names have not yet been
mentioned will be Involved as deeply
as Mrs Chadwick. A number of
wealthy and prominent western men
will also be dragged into the case and
numerous prosecutions will , follow.
The facta will be made publio through
the grand jury's Investigation whioh
begins at Eiyria, Ohio tomorrow. '
The h jpe of many years of an open
Colombia river seems about to be
realized next May and steamers will
be running from Lewiston, Idaho, and
pwsitly Aaotin toCtlilo and their car
goes wheeled over the i'ortage railway
at Celilo to be . loaded on waiting
steamers for Portlao J or Astoria.
The Portland Journal cf Deo. 7 gives
out the following:
"Acoordlng to Captain Cochran, con
traots for the oonatruotion of two
steamers to be operated on the upper
Columbia river will b; let February I.
They will ply between Celilo and
Lewiston, the head of navigation on
the Snake river, and will probably
connect with the steamer Telephone,
whlob will run between Celilo and
Portland, thus forming a continuous
transportation line between tbia city
and Lewiston. It is said tbat the lice
111 be established Immediately upon
completion of the portage road at
Ceillo. '
"Captain James Shaver, of the Shav
er Transportation oompauy, was In
formed laat evening that the new boats
will b rushed to eompletton. The
will be light- draught, 160 feet long
and 24 feet across the beam. The en
gines and,boilers for the new - craft
have been purchased."
The law under wblch the contract
for building the seven miles of rail
road around the obstruction to navi
gation of the Columbia at Celilo re
quire It to be completed by May 1,
1905. . .
SPECIAL VALUES
Men's Suits and Overcoats
Rearular SB8 Kersey Cloth Overcoat,
Velvet Collar ' '
$5 00
Regular
$i2.5o
With
Blue Kersey Overcoat,
Silk Velvet collar
SIOOO
Nr and Mrs Samael Traeedale of La
Grande, Or., who had been here vis
iting their son, Hod, left for bom
this afternoon. Capitol Hews.
New
Hats
Styles in
Men's
Jast Received. Latest shapes
and colors in the famous
STAR HAT.
$2.50 and $3.00
Men's arid Boys' Winter
iu plash, corduroy ; and fanoy
cloth caps, in shaps 10 suit every
' want'' -.i'
25c to $150
Caps
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$3.25, $3.50, Boys' Reefer Overcoat $2-78
Men's Underwear at Underprices I SWt A ,h,rP p" "'"' '
r: $1.00,1
$5.00 Boys' Suit Special at $39 5
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