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LA GRANDE, UNION COUNH. OREGON MONDAY, JUNE 26. 105
, ' By 8oiippe Newe Association . ,
Washington Jane &U.The follow.
.- fng statement vu issued Iron tbe
.White Hoa-e this afternoon: "Tbe
President bat received from both
Russia and Japan a statement that
i Ibe plenipotentiaries of the two eoun-
tries would meet in th United Btatee
during the first ten day in August
The President expressed to both Gov
ernments the wish that tbe ; meeting
' would take place the first of - Angust,
t il possible, or tbe earliest date there
IN FULL REVOLT
(By Sorippo News Association j
' Bt Petersburg June 26- A message
from Warsaw says that the Jewish
quarter Is now In full revolt, and it is
' expected tbtt a repetition of the mae-
' saore at Lods will occur in the Polish
? napitol. The streetcars have been
overturned to form barrioadee and
- thirty four batallions of troops hav
4 been etationed in the city .
(By Bcrlppa Newe Association)
' . 8t Louis Mo June 26Sheriff Her-
J pel and deputies this afternoon arrest
ed Charles Cella, the only bookmaker
doing business on tbe Dalnur track.
Offers some of the greatest money saving opportunities of the season, not only in
the white goods department alone. Real bargains run rampant in almost every de
partment. Space will only permit a mention of a Tew items; but you will feel amply
repaid for a visit to our store during this sale, no matter how small your needs.
MUSLIN UNDERWHR'aTBETTER' THAN SALE 1 PRICES
Made of high grade
muslio with French
filled eeama. -
TmI- MftMH ol fine muslin, V and eqaare yoke, with ni- 'iC-.
OUC UOrSet V-OVerS broidery and lace trlmminz ' - ZoC
$1.25 SkirtSe .96c
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.These skirts were bought
months tgo, special for this sale. They are
made of extra fine muslin, with extra wide
flounces, trimmed with lace and Swiss em
broidery. To sell them quick we place them
at the special and additional reduced QZ
price of ' OC
NOTICE We planned
Bnowea auring mis Bate are inaraea ai prices wn icq actually represent a
saving of 25 per cent To make this the banner sale in our history we have made a addi
tional special reductipn of the actual sale prices. ; Come, and investigate for yourself.. We
court comparisons. .
White India Linen, the yard
10c and 15c Laces -25c
Swiss embroidery, 8 inch
Embroidered Waist Patterns
ROY H: MILLER c '
Baker City Jone 26 Tbe jury In
the ease of the 8tate vt Roy H Miller
brought in a verdict of guilt,' ai 1 :30
8unday. f fa - y ; j r - - fi f ,
Tbe defendant was charged with cb-
Uinlng money under false pretenses,
A P Goss of Sumpter was proseeoier la
tbe cae. Tbe indictment, tetnrned
at Ibe last teraa,'obarged that on Fe-r
brasry S3, 1904, Miller represent i to
A P Oots that a certified ebeok for
916,000 on the First National bank of
Samptor was good. Ooss turned over
property to Miller, tsklng the $16,000
check. The latter was iisbon red.
"OA Johns acted as attorney for the
defense, while Prosecuting Attorney
Lome and 8aaitb rt conducted
tbe prosecution. The cae; continued
three days. The jury Was but tt hours
before agreeinz on a verdict of guilt .
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That MM will aMMUMI TM I
defendant is well known In Eastern
Oregon. ' Muob sympathy ia expressed
for htm v i
, THE SITUATION
(By Hcrlppa N ewe Association) ' '
Stockholm, Hweden, Jane 26. Ai
result of the negotiation between the
different groups of the Rlokstag,' it bat
been decided that a special committee
to consider the Swedish-Norwegian
situation be appointed tomorrow,
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Has New Grandson
By SoHpps News Ansooiaticn
: Paria, Jane 28. A eon was born, to
day to Duchess De La Rocbrforeeould,
formerly Mies Mettle Mitchell, daogbt
er of Senator Mitchell, oi Oregon.
more than 9
for this underwear sale more than
FEW OF MANY ITEMS' OF INTEREST
15c Turkish Towels
35c Mercerized Lawn
35c Dress Swiss, black figured
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ouc 5iik urenadine
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Bcrlppa News Association
; WsrwrRuMia, June 26 The so
ciel democratic party did not succeed
to bringing about a general strike ,tOf
day.' ' Many of the laoiories'are closed
aad some of ,the stores . atf toted, but
tbe strike' ie' far 4 from' generaL. The
Strikers picketed .the factories, in
several instances , shooting men ,wbo
started to work. Troops patrol tbe
principal s'rettsjwith orders to jtrejpn
the slightest provocation, Ho news
papers were published today,
T THE CHIEF
By 8oripps News Association ;
St. Petersburg, Jone 28. At Caen-
at tbe chief of poltoe as be was enter
ing bis carriage, and one officer , and
several civilians were injured. - ;
, ; JAKE ; LONG REST
(By Forlppe News Asaociatlon)
Washington, J one 20. - Tbe President
leaves today to the remainder of the
summer. Be will start at Ave thirty
this anernoon, for Pennsylvania,, ao
compan!ed by secretary Loeb and tbe
uiual guard of seoret aervioe men. lie
will go first to Cambridge to attend
tbe Harvard commencement exercises,
and from thenoe to Oyster Bay. On
Wednesday he will addreee tbe students
at Harvard and will reach Oyster Ray
Thursday at noon. The President and
hi family will remain at Sagamore
II111 until (he letter pert of Septem
ber. Mrs Kooeeveit and Theodore Jr.
left for Oyster Bay tbla morning.
Made of high grade mus
lin. Vand square yoke of
tucks, ruffle, embroidery
and lace insertion, trim
ming at neck and sleeves
Real $ I Drawers 69c
Here are values unsur passed. v Of course this
very low price is of absorbing interest, -but
wait untill you see them, yen wiil be 'de
lighted with their beauty, and general air . of
daintiness, made with wide ruffles of em
broidery, tucked, and with . fine lace
insertion. This special sale, price .r.
0 months ngo, 'and everv item'
By Bcripps Newe Association :
PortUod Jabe f 6-f Harry? ; Robert-
son, formerly Senator Mitchell's secre
tary , wss the star witness l tbe ' pro
secution' In' the Mitobelt trial this
morning. He stated that he bad seen
Kribbs repeatedly la 8enator Mitoh
elPs private office, and many times
also in Mitchell and Taunsr's office.
Me said that be had seen the Senator
go over tbe books of the firm oontsin
log tbe payments from Kribbs. ': The
witness described bis being auopotns
ed while In Washington, to appear
KlnHi th MmI mciit (m In IWt.
land. He said that, before leavingi
he had been instrooted by Senator
Mitebell to tell the Jury that Tanner
had received all the feet received by
the firm for praotloe before the Feder
al Departments, and that Judge Tea
oer would instroet him what to swear
as Mitchell said he considered any
means justifiable to Ute in his defense.
Arthur Orion, a cletk in.', the Mrr
ebants National Bank, testified re
garding the Mitchell end Tanner, ac
count and identified checks and bjoks
Judge Tanner was on the staud again
and modified the statement made', y s
teiday of Mitchell writing hundreds ol
letters simile r to . those written in
Knbbe ease for bis oonitituente. He
qualified the charge as being too liber
I ana eaia teal the senator wrote
nuinbir oi suob letteis. in the 'owes
agiiit Oongressmap J A Williamson,
Van Qessoer and Marion R Biggs,
who are indioted for conspiracy h ob
tain Government lands fraudulently,
the demurren were overruled and tbe
oaeea set for trial . next Monday." In
the ease against Williamson, Mitch
ell, Herman and Mays, aooosed of
conspiring In the blue mountain! re
serve lands, the demurrer
was ; oer-
y The La Grande and Hoc Lake teama
yeateiday played one of tbe faatat and
cleanest games of base ball ever seen
on La Grande diamond, the borne
team winning by a aoore of 4 to il.
Both from a spectator's and player's
etandpoint it waa as good an ezhlbi
tlon of tbe national game as one would
ask toeee, j
Slats" Taylor for tbe visltora aud
Dowllng for La Grande were Invinci
ble from tbe first man np until tbe
last man was retired in the ninth in
ning. " . . I
The game was won by tbe f sat work
of tbe home bo on theibasee, and
tbe way tbey supported Dowllng. not
an error being made ;
Tbe feature of the game waa three
fast doable plays, made by the borne
teem, each ot which came just at times
wben it looked very - much as If the
visitors wsre sure to sec re,
; Although defeated, Hot Lake ie hot
dlioouiagad, for! tbey certainly know
and play tbe game, and yesterday was
their first defea ot tbe season. ' - '
Manager Heianer ' will endeavor to
bring" Hot Lake bore for a game nest
8unday ' If I e succeeds in doing so,
do doubt one of tbe largeet crowds
ever seen on La Grande ball ' field
would attend. . ?
Tb score by inning.
I Grande ' 00030002 x-i
Hot Lake 0 0 1 0 0 Q 0 0 0.-1
Batteries, U Grande' Dowllng and
Biegrist; : -Hot
Lake, Taylor and Trippeer.
( By Scripps News Association )
Kovno, BuaslsD Poland, J one 46. A
mob of a thousand eurrouoded and
attacked tbe police station and the
Governor General palaoe today and
broke nil the windows. Five ; police
men were wounded, bat the dragoons
MORE DRIVERS ,
TO GO ON STRIKE
(By Bortppe News AesociaUon)' ; .
Chicago Ills, June' 18 The express
and van teamsters today notified their
employers taat tbey would , call a
strike of their noiqo in this city on
lets the express, companies . stopped
ojmpelllng anion drivers to dt-livsr
goods to the boyootted .bouses. A
ihoosand drlwrs have been aft oted
Vice-president Weekler, ot the Weck-
ler Brick company, was before the
grand jury - today denied the oom
pany need fund of twenty-five thou
sand dollars, ae testified by president
Weber of the Rational Brick Com-
i 4 iii j i ' hi in. ly,' . ;
. By Scripps News AMOoiationf
Newborn. N H.vJnae 9ft. The onn-
ditlou of Secretary Hay la much better
today. Additional aoedloai aid ar
rived early this morning from Boston
Tbe secretary la suffering much in the
same manner as bate - bo - took tbe
trip abroad.- ; . - ;
Rebels Defeat Germans
' Eorlpps News Association v ,
Capetown, Afrlcis, June 26. Tbe
rebel leader Morenga has attacked and
dsfeated a German force on ' Kara'e
mountalne In flerman Southwest Afri
ca. All the Germen ammanltlon and
supplies wereoarrled off by the rebels
The lossea are reported as very heavy
m J Bcripps News' . Aiioeiat'ion .
Lewlstoa, Penna Jane 26 El wood
Carman, convicted of the murder 1 of
William Murry. wss found dead In bis
cell at liiiTlintown today. lie killed
bimeelf by drinking carbolic add.
Fiye Men Killed
(By 8crlrpe Newe Aasooiatlon)
Wow fork, Jane 20 Five men .were
buried in an npartmeut bouee on Wert
ISCtb, Street, which collapsed during
a storm this afternoon. Tbe firemen
and police are at tbe work of reeone.
The art of malting perfumes ia so complicated that
few master it. It is easy 'o make an odor that will ;
seem desirable when smelled from the bottle; but to
give the odor permanence and the quality of remain- '
ing sweet and unchanged on the handkerchief re
quires skill that few perfumers possess. n It is the'
maker's name and not. tbe name of the odor ' that "
counts.' j" ' "
We narrv a larira aBaortment of the finer crradea of
perfumes. They have every quality that good per-, ; .
m . mi il
tames suouia nave, iney
tbe poorer sort. .
1 j NEWLIN DRUG CP-il , j
Lady as? istat.t Calls
J. O. Henry, residence 664
J. J. Oarr, residence 386 5
: ' By Scrlppe News Association '
Ceptnbs4ea Denmark June J3-Tbe
private eadet ship " Qeorjestsge" wu ,
rammed today by the Britisu , suamsr
"A neon a" and sunk. Twenty of tbe
cadets aboard were drowned. .
, ' Y SANK QUICKLY ' '
The QeoretageM ssnk in one and
ous-hall minutes' after ' the colliifon.
Tbe carets wsre all in tbe'.r books at
tbe time, but fifty-seven were rescued .
Only one. bo4y hU ben recoverod.
TbeAooonale considerably damaged .
and is being held by the authorities
peuuiugan investigation. . .
WILL PROSECUTE .
':; Bcrlppa Newe Association V
Wasbingoon June 2o The depart
ment of justice has announced tbst
assistant Attornsy General Fnrdy bad
been, placed In charge of the railroad
rebate cases, including thai against
tbe the Santa FeJ'and that Purdy had
left for Kansas City to b'gln prosecu
tions in accordance witb the Presi
Retains Ducal -Throne
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(By Bcrlppa Newa A aoclatlen)
Berlin Jnne 28 The verdict' in the
suit regarding the euoceision to "the
Grand Ducal, throne of 01deubergwa
rendered today against Count .Alex
ander Wabburg. Tlie complaint in the
aotion was brought against Fredsriok
Augustus, tbe reigning Grand Duke.
Reserve Men Notified
. (By Bcrlppa News Association)
St Petersburg, Jane 20 The French
army reiarvemen, living In Russia,
have received notice to bold theroKlvi s
In resdineta to join Ibe colors.
cost you no more iuau -t
1 17 1-
answered day and night,'
: f t
ranL6 Oregon t
dispersed tbe rioters.