TODAY'S NEftTS M GRANDE VOLUME IV RETREAT UNDER DIFFICULTIES RUSSIAN REAR IS HARASSED AND UNDER A CONSTANT FIRE (By Bcrlpps News AssociationT" 8t Petersburg March 13-A dispatch from Tieling states that the Russians are nearing that pUoe this morning, -uu taai me Japanese are moving mrth from Mukden in detachments. BEOK? HI8 PAROLE Tokio Maroh 13 One of the Rus sian offioers of the Port Arthur garri son has been arretted for breakiog his ?"-. Hs !iTi CUughai and went to Bin Min Ting. MORE 8TORES SEIZED Additional stores intended for the Russians hava henn uil . a: m: - ' wv kJi II juiu Ting. One of the captured belonged to the 162nd regiment from Villna Dis trict, which had been engaged in three previous v. are. t 8TILL PURSUE RUSSIANS Toklo, Maroh 13 A dispatch from the front today states: "Our forces yesterday drove the enemy completely ont of the distriots twenty f ve miles north of Mukden. They are still par suiug the Russians in all directions and inflicting heavy damage to the de feated enemy The Russians have , abandoned countless carts, supplies and ammunition." 800 DEAD FOUND Tokio, March 13.-Ueneral Oyama reports that In the direction of Hln klngen the loss's have not yet been as certained, but that more than 80u Russian oorpse have already been found on the field. According to the statements of the prisoners of the 71st division of the Russian army was al most completely annihilated. Al. though the Russians burned the store houses at Maichintan. at other plaoes large quantities of fodder, ammuni tion and war material fell into the hands of the JapHneoe. PEACE AUUATOR8 Paris, March 13. A telegram from Don't have to be Ugly to be Durable Men's S3.50 'i.ip'i i w j.ii.i m-j tti GRAND PRIZE WINNERS AT THE WORLD'S n- -'M'" 1 -?. 1.1 TODAY LA 8t, Petersburg says that a strong agl tation baa been alerted In the house and In commercial circles toward peaoe. " CZAR BUM liONH PEACE. St. Petersburg, Marih 13.-The Czar has summoned the war council for to morrow tojjonsider the situation in Manchuria! as well as the eenaral mmr problem. Nofurtbsr news baa bean received from the front tbia morning, but the munitna -- U apparent to all. The war office al mits that remnants of the army are atill in danaer. It la reDnrturf ti t Jajanese flanking columns are In wuon with Tiepass, and there may be a Redan there. It is admitted that the Russian killed and wounded al ready total 65,000. . CZAR'S ATTENDANT ARRESTED It is reported on eood authority that a page, a personal attendant of the Czar at Tsarkoselo. has been arreau ed. It is stated that the page ia In regular communication with the revo lutionfsts, and that he bad chemical miitarea within the palace. The case is being investigated. RETREAT A DIFFICULTY 8t Petersburg March 12 General Kuropatkin reports that the retreat of toe convoys is being carried on amidst extraordinary difficulties, end that the two regiments have been practically wiped out. Ho says that the total Russian wounded in t'.e recent fight ing is fiftjr thousand. A division and a half of the Japanese re within a short distance of the rear guard , wh'ch is under constant fire. General Kulbtrs lost 28,000 prisoner and barely escap ed with a remnant of his division, and is now being persued. General Myen daroff, a commander ol the first corps has been wounded. A Gle of Union is a candidate for fruit inspector for Union oqunty. H O E A shoe can be suappy and up-lo dale in style and luxurious in Gt and at the same time be made boneaf, plump leather that wears and gives satisfaction. PETER'S DIAMOND SPECIAL SHOES PROVE IT Other good Peter's Shoes at lowest prices in fact at uy price you want to pay and we recommend them ji iu'li EVENING GRANDE. UNION COUNTY. OREGON MONDAY. MARCH 13. 1905 SUPREME COURT RENDERS DECISION Horipps News Association Washington March 13 The Su preme Court today rendered a decision in the case of 8amuel M. fy, c! tlorida, against the United States, holding that the United 8tatee peon age laws prohibiting the arrest and holding for, and return to oeonaee. constitutional. The ease in question was, however, remanded lor a new trial. - ' ANARCHISTS ARE STILL BUSY (ByMcrlppa News Association) St Petersburg Maroh IS, News has reached here of an attempt to assassi nate the chief of police at Minsk.. A shot was fired at the offioial, but hs enoaped. It is reported that a Cossack officer has been aasaisinatel at Ere mantchuch The Senate Confirms By Sorippa New Association. J Washington, March 13. The senate today, in executive session, confirmed the nomination of E H Hitchcock ol Mass , as first assistant poatmaater general. Letcher Arson Case By Soripps News Association Bryan Ohio Maroh 13 The motion for a new trial In the Ttrh ossewaa anrued todav bafora Jnto uuoneuy, and a decision wilt be hand- ea uown tonignt. Women's S3.00 FAIR, ST. LOUIS CONSOLIDATION OF RAILWAYS By Sorippa News Association New York March 13 Thar I iron rumor In the stock exchange hatnegotationaiorthe oousrildatlon ot the New York Central and the Union faciac North western fort th nn. of forming . trans oontinenUl Hne are.nroirreaalnff nnMl. to culminate later in the month. - . - r , w . k kj Make? Grave Charge By Scrippa Newa Association Chicago March 13 A bill waa filed In the United States Circuit Court in day by FO Butcher, of Cleveland, al- ... secy and William llyde . Arohon. an Drama council of the Royal League Fraternal insurance society have spent, unlaw ully more than thirty thousand dnliara of the funds ot the aooiety. Railway Wreck (By ficrippa Newa Association .Colorado Springe. March 13 The Missouri Paolflo train No II aouth 1 hnnnil nn k- DU n I ... i waw utv - urauuo ivau, col lided with the Rio Grande train No 4 north bound, fourteen miles aouth of here, seriously Injuring the Pullman oonducter, Crelghton, Chas Richard son and wife of Buffalo Conductor Crelghton may die, and several others are aligh tly injured. Porto Rico Legislature l By Bcrlpps News Association J 8an Juan, Porto Rioo, March 13 The legislature adjourned today, having passed forty laws ont of one hundred and forty eight wulon had been introduced. There were no votes. Cardnial Intercedes. (By 8orippe Newa Association Milan Maroh 13-Cardlnal Bvampa has left Cologne, bound for Rome In the hope of persuading the dom to oease the ;tamplgn of repression against the christian democraU. Editor Bilman Dies By Scripps News Association Minneapolis Maroh 13 Howard Bilman, managing editor of the Mloc- eapolla Times, died here today ot Drignts disease : Russian Fleet Remains By BcnppsKews Association 1 Fort Louis. Island Uanritiaa. March 13 The steamer ' Oxus" reports that Admiral Eoiestvensky's Baltlo aanad. ron waa still at Nosaibe Island on the north weat coast of ;Madaga scar on March tn It is understood that tl.a squadron will remain there until the end of April. The crews jof the ships are drilling at niaht. 'and in the dav are engaged in frequent target practice mere la a ooaOrmation of the report inat ttossia has bought an Island In the Indian ocean . Austria Makes By Scripps News Association Constantinople March 13 Tha An tiian ambasaadop ham nMuntnii paper to the porta, demanding the nonEDiuoa or ana imtpiant u n Of the Catholics throaohont Rnmno.n Turkey, and the recognition of three hundred . Aaatro-HuiigarUo schools throughout Turkey. . Demand Tonight and 8anday jilt Bnow Colder DO NOT LIKE THE GRAND DUKE (By Scrir pe News Association) I Q. Tl-1 I r . ' i wuurg, juarco u.urand 7 ? C00111"". president of the A?demy Sclenoe. wai recenUy in ' rnde n,8n ner- FoortI o' 'hm'mb'' f Acad?m' !n6d S,"". ,ne. 01 i . . ul lu ui-moers nave resigned aa a result of hia actions. while other resignations are expected. City Election; ., It can be depended upon that an an nual olty eleotlon In La Grande al ways brings forth a disagreeable day. The lorenoon promised to break the rrccrd t-l i, ;u o:oiook the heavena opened and a gentle refreshing shower was enjoyed by all with the exoeption of the anxious candidates who missed many of their, friends who had prom ised them their support, who failed to vote. Up to the time of going to press the vote all over the city was light and seemingly very little interest wss manifest throughout the day. The polls close at 7 .o'clock and by 0 o'clock me votes will be counted. MAY OUST ADAMS (By Bcrlpps Newa Association) Denver March 13 The Supreme Court will this afternoon render a de cision in the gubernatorial oontest. It is generally believed that the Court will take jurisdiction and declare that the legislature has the right to declare the office vacant It this is done, the legislature will oust Adams, and allow Lit utenant Governor McDonald to fill the vaoancy. This will end the Peabndy oontest and in a large measure satisfy every body. Arguments Resumed Boripps News Auoomlion Sacramento March 13 The argn. ments on the motion to squash tLe indictments against state ..senators Emmons, Wright and Bunkera and French, Indicted for receiving bribes waa resumed today and the case may be submitted this .afternoon. It Is expected that the motion will be denied. STILL REMAINS A DEEP MYSTERY By Bcrlpps News Association Ban Kranclsoo, March 13. The local Investigation In the Stanford mystery is praotloally at a atandstill here. There haa been no advloe from Hono lulu, and the police are consequently poweriess to make a move. The autb -orlties deny that Elizabeth Ri h admitted that abe was a couitant user of strychnine, but acknowledged using stryohnlne two years ago. The Nurse and the Doctor Will tell you that the success of a prescription de pends on the purity of its ingredience. There is as much variety in medicine as in other merchan dise. In our Mflgcrintinn. filling i Vii; ; our .r --r first consideration. You can implicity trust your prescription to us quality, accuracy and Ihe right price are the never fulling trio upon which we think we have a right to appeal for your patronage. A. X. Registered Phone, Farmers Line, 68 Pacific States 1361 Eli.vEK' NUMBER 113 KILLED BYTHE TRAIN Saturday night, shortly after, train Nj. 5 bad pulled out, the body or man by the name of Wm, Ferguson was found lying dead on the tmck west of the depot, horribly mutilated. He was Immediately taken charge of by Coronor J O Henry, who by inquiry fonnd that he came to this couu y about six mouths ago and waa engafyd . in th lTbcr!s,; in tue lug ging camps up the river. lie a as about 26 peara of age and his former home was near lUUinga, Mont , where bis relatives have been notified and disposition o bis, body is awaiting their reply. The Coroner's jury consisting of T W Berry, M Reynolds, G II Powers, Peter Knhn Jas. Farquharson and S H Haworth, ia now ia session koldiug the inquest. Secure $3,000 By Scrippa News Association Genoa Ohio March 13 Safe blowers entered a local bank at this place last night, dynamited the safe and secur d three thousand dollars in money. (Lattr) It ia reported that the robl era who blew open the bsnk at this place in addition to the three I ho maud dollars In coin, secured aeventy th ee thousand dollars worth of Son-negotiable notes The safe was comnlete- ly wrecked. Will Rebuild The Grande Rondo Lumber Couw paoy will rebuild their planing m. I and box faotory immediately, ai.l work will commence jmt as soon a -the insurance is adjusted which will, be i:i a very few days. The compel y now have 7.000,000 feet of lumber in the yards which cannot bn marketed until it has been run through the planer. Cassie Still Sick (By Bcrlpps News Association) Cleveland March 13 Up until ntx n today the attorney for Mrs Chadwi. k. had not filed a motion for a new irl,,' but this action will formally be taki . The Intention of the attorneys of Wis vnaawioic to carry the caaa (a ii United ' States Supreme Court, 1f necessary, Is not doubted. Mrs Ch. !- wiokla ill In her cell at tha mi, jail, and Mr Cbadwiok haa not oals d to see her. Her son, Emll, howewr, remaina devoted to her and In' onn.fa,. attendance. The Chadwlck bankm cy proceedings were postponed nit U Friday, on which dar the effect. nr ti, Chadwlck minion will be sold by Mie recener. uasni r Spear will probaUy be placed on trial this month. -t is Btirnvg H I LL, Pharmacist. La Grande, Or.