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LA GRANDE. UNION COUNTY, OREGON, TUESDAY. JUNE 27. 1905
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( By Borippa Nam Association )
Warsaw, Poland Rossis, Jan 27.
The situation bar la baoomlag mora
; critical and tba police are r a omlng pan
, io atrlcken, making no efforte.to pre
, serve . ordar. A nambar of officer!
bare resigned, fearing Haaaalnation
It la azpactsd that martial lav will be
declared In a abort time.. Tha Goe
aaoka are petroling tba etreetav
. as All Y AAaJbslikD
Io the disturbances yesterday one
man wat killed and twenty five Injured.
Tba nambar of arrests amounted to
six bondred and seventy two. A mobi
lization ol troopa ii expected. '
' LABORERS QUIT WORK ;
Waraaw .IS m The laborers at
thirty two beet-roof plantations of (be
government at Padolav ttrack today,
and it la (eared that the harvest will
be loat. The peasants in the govern
ment of Kovno have foroefully ooo ti
the paitaraa and other lands of the
By Scrippa News Association
Elmer N J June 27 Four robbers,
who rode in a large .touring car, this
jDOrniog blew the safe of the 'poet
office open, securing stamps and
money oidara to the value of a toon
: and dollars, and then escaped.
THE GREAT JMlSWHITElSALE
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 ,eyery de
partment. Space will only permit a mention of a few items, but you will feel amply
repaid for a visit to our store during this sale, no matter how small your needs.
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR AT BETTER 'THAN' SALE-PRICES
"Made of high - grade
maslin with French
50c Corset Covers ifefei;
,$1,25 Skirtv -96c
These skirts were bought more . than 9
months ago, 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 Q
price of i , 70C
NOTICE We planned for this underwear sale more than 0 months ago, and everV item
. showed during this sale are marked at prices which actually represent a
saving of 2o per cent To make this the banner sale in our history we haye made a addi
tional special reduction of the actual sale prices.' Come and in vestigate. for yourself , We
fAnrL fiAmnirieAna . ".
vumss we ews
White India Linen, the yard
10c and 15c Laces -25c
Swiss embroidery, 8 inch
Embroidered Waist Patterns
ROOSEVELT is ; 7
; - AT HARVARD
; V Scripps News Assooistioa
Boston Juno S7Preaident Roose
velt arrived at Back bay station at six-forty-five
this morning. ' Bishop Wil
Ham Lawrenoe met the President at
the train and rode with him' to tba
Bishop's residence, where they took
breakfast with president Elliott of Har
vard and a email party. At oooo tba
President took luncbeon'at tbe Oakley
Olub with the class, of biota eighty
are members of the Presidents party,
which is quartered at the Harvard dor
mitory. PAWF.Nf,F.R TRAIN
(By Borippa News Association) -
Colorado Springs Colo June 27
Tba West bound Rock ' Island and
Rooky Mountain limited was 'wrecked
at eight o'olook last night, near Re
tolis, sixty-eight miles from here.
Tbe baggage and ' chair cars rolled
over an sight foot embankment, . aud
of twenty-one passengers In the chair
car, three are seriously injured, nsm
ly: Mrs Rxella Mark of Colorado
Springs, James Green of Cripple
Creek Colorado, and Q. A: Warr of
Watertown K Y. ' )j Ut,. ,
(By Sorlppe Newa Aaaoialloo)
New York1 June 27 Mri H B Hyde
the widow of. the founder of the Equit
abiv has writieH chairman Morton
forma) reliaq'iishmen of the annual
twenty -five thousand J dollar' pension
bestowed upon ber sines her
buisbinds death, which annuity was
0 t'ioised in Rend rick's report.
. . . . .
' ' .
A FEW OF MANY ITEMS OF INTEREST
15c Turkish Towels """. . .' "
35c Mercerized Lawn
35c Dress Swiss, b!acksi1gured (
60c Silk Orenadlne l-t - ..J
Borlpps News Association
: Chicago Jum 27" Tha lesdlog Chi-
oago bankers today made arrangements
with reoeive Knight; of Donnelly and
Company, grain and 'atock brokers,
who failed ymlerday, to carry practi
cally all of the firm's line of Chioago
stock and exchange securities for the
present.- This will prevent disastrous
results in local financial circles .The
liabilities of tba firm ere saW to be in
the neighborhood of a quarter of a
million of dollars. .
ORDERED TO FIRE r
vi INTO A TRAIN
By 8cripps News Association ;
Lodz, Ruasla, June37.-At Dlbzeno.
4 sUtioa near bar, a druaken officer
ordered tba Cosaaeka to fir Into a
train loat of peaaangeH. The Cos
sacks responded to the order and two
volleys were fired, but the passengers
dropped to the floor and only ona waa
wounded, that ona being a woman. ;
Die FromHeat c
By "Bcrippe New Aasooitaloa '
GoMBeld, Ner. June. 27 Report
from Balltrog tatar: that' eleven aueto
have perlahad during the paat 2 weeks
In an attempt to oroae Death Valley,
on account of the heat being ao intense
It Is sometimes one hundred and forty
degrees, and aU the springe era dried
up. . . :
, Made of high, grade mus
lin. Vand square yoke of
lacka, ruffle, embroidery
and lace insertion, trim
ming at neck and aleeves
. . : y -i a
Real $1 Drawers 69c
ij.t -.ti.; fYln
Here are values unsurpassed. Of course this
very low price is of absorbing interest, but
wait untill you see them, yea will'be "di:
lighted with their beauty .and general air .of
daintiness, made with wide ruffles 'of m
broidery, tucked, and with fine lace Q
insertion. This special sale," priceC;
' . .
n H MiTCHELL CASE
ittj. rr :-- . .;
Scrlpps News Association
i Portland, June 27 With the testi
mony of B B Martin. hn.vt.M.nr
oonoernlrg the Senator's readlneaa and
widingneaa at aU times to do work for
bla constituents, and without
aatton, the defeoaa U the trial of Sen
ator Mitchell closed thle morning.
In8traetloas were then , DMaantxl h
tba defehae, aiklng the 'court to , In-
atracciof aoquittal, on the principal
groani that the allegation that Inoney
waa reeelved by the aenator waa not
proved, as tba check waa only re
oeived. District Attorney Bene be
gan tba argument for the proeecutlon
this afternoon.. A significant develop
ment la tba eaee tnda waa the fallnra
to plaoe Senator Mitchell on the ataad,
leaving tba testimony of Judge Tanner
ana Marry Koberts uncontradicted.
TO BE DETERMINED
; (By riorlppe News AssAclaUon) .
Obloaao Ills Jrne 27 Ilavins failed
to lodaoe prelent Shea to submit to
the peace terns of tba employer to
tba striking teamsters for aoceptauoe.
the executive board of the jnterostion-
ai leamstera union met today and Io
stituted charges against 8bea. It is
ebarged against 8bea tbat be la calling
tba strike illegally, and speuding
money lavishly in tba conduct of tha
strike. Tba charges referred to Rhea
and . characterised hie procedure as
pnnkoIt U lufw) tbat the etrik-
ing termatera tbemseWes approve bia
methods of conducting tba strike. It
la blnted tba there may be a tie op of
the whole teaming business in Obica.
Out All Night
Observer 8peclal ' ;
Hilgard Ore June 27-Jobnnie Casey,
i osier Heslop and - Walter Young,
started very early yesterday mornlnt.
June 26, on a short fishing trip and
bad not returned at dark lass nifcht.
and a searching party beaded by our
popular bote) keeper, Mr J D Casey,
were out all night. -.
When wa remember tha extreme
chill of the latter part of the night, to
gether with the heavy rain and strong
wind, tha bardsblo of the aearrhera
can better be imagined than described,
and the fate of the boys can but be
thought of with a shudder. ! ;
At tba time of this writing, no news
of tha missing children bad been re
ceived. This is young Casey's seooad experi
ence at being lost la tbe mountains.
Ships Ordered Home
; Sorlppe News Association
Hong Kong June 274-Urgent ordera
baye been received by tba! Brltlab
battleship Glory and - the cruisers
8utleje and Hogue, and , they . will
leave at once for England. Voar other
warships have preceded them. Their
return is supposed to be connected
with tha "crisis ; between France . and
Germany. . ,''- -4
committed fo$ (
. (8rripps awa Association)'
:i Washlflgt.nJune 27 Dr Q E Lor
enco, formerly postmaster at Toledo,
O triad for conspiracy with August
Macbenand the GrofT brutbere and
aantenoed te tba MoundivlUe penlten.
Mary for two years,' wai brought Into
eonrt this moroiog and formally com
mitted to tbat Institution.-
Hay Requires Attention
ftatppa News Association
lfrg K I June27'--- Pacretary
Of a, fane Hy, passed a comfort
a w )( t ii is retting qnietly this
f 'Ina arrival of a nurse and
a rtej Dr Jackson, from Boston
time .the altbt, was tba result of a
lel v'Mttee Secretary would require
wifri xmsng and medical atb'ntioa
, - Korippe News Association , ,
Tucson, Arlsooa Jonr 27 Aooord
log to advloee just reoeived from Her
mosille, a party of American mining
men under Joseph Dewltt. wbicb
went to tba rescue ol the rauohere
threatened by Yaqoia in the 8am ilia
usl ualley of tbe Urea district, after
driving tha redskins back Into the
mmial.tii ( sLkitMa a
Posa station, leaving the oooo try to
beguarded by the ragular 'troops.
The Ysquis are still making sor ties,
and, 8uoday, tba largest wheat field
In the distriet, three miles lojg, and
wa miles wide was . fired and des
troyed. Several ranohrrs were alio
murdered. . ; '
Bcrippa Newa Association '
Chioago June 27 Tbe members - of
the furniture movers and expressmep's
association continued to deliver goods
to tha strike bound bouses today, and
In faet to make ail deliveries.! Tbe
employers seem determined' to force
tbe issne, which will probably lead to
an extension of the teamsters ' strike .
8beritT Barrett says that the strike
deputies are being withdrawn at tha
rata of about one hundred a day, ow
ing to tba decrease in violence. '
Railway Wreck .
' (By Mcrlppa o.ews Association)
Denver Colo, June 27 A Colorado
and Southern Paoiflo freight collided
two miles North of Castle Rock today,
fifty nllea from (here.; : Several pass
engers ere reported klled.
1111 - 1
The art of making perfumes is so complicated tbat
few master it. It is easy to make an odor that will
seem desirable when smelled from the bottle; bnt to
give tbe odor permanence and the quality of remain
ing sweet and unchanged on the handkerchief, re
quires skill that few perfumers possess. It is the
maker's name and not the namo of the odor that
counts. ! . ' ,! ' '
We carry a large assortment of the finer grades .of
ferfumes. They have every quality tbat good per
ames should have. They cost -you - no more than
the poorer sort. '
MILLINERY AT REDUCED PRICES
:-. ..' ' ....nji.ij .
Ladies' Midget Ties
. Indian Purses 7
' Children's Handkerchiefs
, Children s Undermuslins "r" f
! Ladies' hite Aprons , 1 J
; r,i,u;'CioqtSt&ts" !
E M WELLMAN &: CO
OPEN SHOP AND
NINE HOUR DAY
By 8orippe News Association
Pbl'adelpbla. Jane 28.il Fort t a..
leading printing eetabliihenente In
tnta city " today bean the
operation of the open "shop and
tha nine hoar day. This action was
taken to forestall tbe eight boor move
ment of tbe prlntere.
Ask For Non-Suit
'- By Boilppe News Association
' Fortlaad Ore June .27 In . the
Mitchell case this morning, argu
ments , wer made on technicalities.
Tbe defense offered a motion to "ooo-
ni"MlBiiihi lh nvrUMMMitinn
had not proved its charges. '
J. R. OLIVER.
Farm Loans a Specialty
Best equipped abstracter
ia Union c-juuty. Many
years ; experiences with
the Union county records
gives me a great advant
age. It is folly to par
chase realnstate without
first securing a proper
abstiaot. An abstract
from my offico will shuw
the title just as it appears
ou the official record.
). R. OLIVER,
LA GRANDE, OREQJN
Room 31, Sotnmer Bdlg.
for soma Mnoe to come. , .
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