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LA GRANDE. UNION COUNTY. OREGON WEDNESDAY. JUNE 28, 1905
-,- JOIN BOYCOTT
By Boripps Nsw Asaooitaion
Boston, Jnne 18. The Brat caller, on
President Roosevelt at the homo ot
Bishop Lawrence was a colored woman
who ame shortly after eight, and
waited, on the veranda until the Preal
dent came down stairs. The woman
was stopped by the secret service men.
bat told them that she ased to do the
President's washing when he waa in
college, and they admitted her to the
grounds. : When told that Mrs. Taylor
wlslud to see him, Roosevelt cams
down and shook bands with her and
tuM a short conversation. Mrs. Tay
lor said tnat tne rreelasnt ratted ou
her at her borne the last time be came
to Cambridge. After breakfast, the
President was drlt en to Massachusetts
Hill,' where the commencement pro
cession was formed. The National
Lancers formed the President's escort.
. The commencement exercises Inolnded
the granting ot diplomas to the gradu
ates, and the bestowal of honored de
grees. President Rooeevelt and president
Elliott beaded tbe prooeesioa, follow
ed bf Seoretsry Loeb, Kermit Boose
irelr, former secretary Long, Ohas J
Bonaparte, lientenant-governor Giald,
members qI the faculty. - members ol
tbe graduating; class and' classes ot
the various departments. They ar
rived at Sanders theatre and the com
menor enent exreises were given.
That is tbe sort of groceries
we sell Our aim is to
please all of our customers
We realize that in ordet to
do this we must sell only
First Quality Goods
We also know , that our
prices must be right, and
that our service must be
correct. A child can do
the trading at our store
A trial order over the tele
phone will - convince you.
We solicit your patronage.
(8orIppe News Association) '
Peoeog Straits Settlement Jane SS
At a meeting of the Chinese mer
chants today, il waa decided too
operate with the Chinese of Singapore
and Shanghai In tbe boycotting ol
American products, pending tbe with'
draws! ol tbe Gbiaese exclusion aot. '
'I . (Scripps News Association)
Boston. Jane 23. The President to-
.. d-r -"t a mtblesrain to Emperor Will
lam. thanking him and the Uermsa
people for the gift of the German mu
seum to Harvard, and for many acta
which, in recent years, has brought
the two nations closer together. He
added; Tbia growing friendship be
tween tbe two nations means muoh for
the future welfare of mankind."
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' By Soiipps Ne we Association
Vladivostok, June 28 Japanese
warships, believed to be torpedo boats
were seen on the horizon today from
PASSES THE CRISIS
, 8crlpps Newt Association
Paris June 28 It la believed here
that lb Moroccan crisis is psseed
:!?? ?nirUr and ambassador
Radolin of Germany, while talkiug
guardedly today, intimated that minor
questions of difference remained, but
that the conflict was no longer a geo
ersl political one. An entente is con
sidered near at band.
(Observer Special) i ' '
Baker City Jane 28 A verdict , of
not guilty was returned by tbe Jury
yesterday afternoon the case of tbe
State vs Robert Cochrane, charged
a statutory offense. Mrs Sarah MoLaln
was the prosecuting . witness in tbe
case. - - .
WILL DEMAND w
NorV rir Street : C
By Soiipps Nsws Association '
Odessa Russia Juus 28 Conflicts
between the police and : the people
bsve occurred at several points here
An unknown Strieker last night threw
a bomb into the cathedral, killing tbe
polio inspector. Tbe perpetrator of
the outrsge waa badly wounded by tbe
eiplosion. Colonel Tichebanoff, tbe
assistant chief of police, and inspeotor
Tolksohew have been injured in the
rioting. ' " 7.
THE ANNUAL RACE?
By Scripps News Association .
Chicago June 18 A colored strike
breaker was attacked and seriously in
jured last night in the subway under
the Cbiotgo and Alton tracks at
UaynS Avenue. The polioe were no
tified and removed tbe iojured man to
iae nospitai. a. he man was nnoon
oions and several of bis ribs are brok
en while bis bsad is a mass of bruises
There is no clue to tbe identity of bis
assailants. - .
. (By Scripps Newa Association)
Tokio, June 29 Caucuses , of both
(be liberal and progressive parties ; of
tbe bouse of representatives today took
the stand that Russia moat be com
pelled to pay substantial " indemnity
and plelge herself to a general under
standing regarding the future of
Korea and Manchuria. ,
'CO Rockwell appeared before Jus
tic John B Hough this afternoon and
waived eismination, on the ouarge of
an assault with a deadly weapon with
intent to kill, and was released on $300
bonded f. i i. ' t
MADE BY HENEY
8cripps Ntwa Association
Portland. Jons 28. United BUtss
Attorney Heney this morning finished
the opening argument for tn prosecu
tion In the trial of Senator Mitchell,
U waa followed by Judge AH llennett
for the defense. Senator John M
Thurston will close the argument for
the defense and Attorney Heney will
close for the Government. It is
doubtful whether the case will reach
the Jury before tomorrow.
Attorney Heney oonoladed his ar
ument at three o'clock this after
noon sod pas followed by Judge Ben-
ceft Heney's argument was strong
aad eloquent. He carefully reviewed
ail tbe evidence and appesled to the
jury to decide the e.se on the evidence
and not to let sentimentality intsuere
He dwelt particularly on the onuter-
ak le selfishness ol Sanator Mitchell in
asking Judge Tanner, hie , partner, tb
prejure himself for the" Senator and
the sacrifices made by Tanner for his
l.te-long friend, and tbe coniemptious
treatment accorded him J
Declines the Honor
Boripps News Association
v'St. Petersburg, June 28. Vice-ad
miral Cbouklo, the commander ot the
Black sea fleet, bat declined to. accept
the position of Minister of Marines in
succession to Admiral Avellan f re
slgnsd. X , ,
(By Scripps News Aaaoolation) :
Poughkeipeie, N Y Jan 28 Ferfeot
weather prevailed today for the tenth
annual boat race over , the Highland
course. Thirty thousand persons
crowded the bluffs ot the Hudson to
witness the battle of brawn and skill.
Reports from all six of the crews tay
they are In tbe pink of condition Cor
nell was a strong favorite np nntll the
start of tb race, with Syracuse as
eeoond, while Columbia, Wisconsin,
Georgetown and Pennsylvania likewiee
have a good following.
Tb freshmen In the eight oared
race won for Cornell, time (:35 2-5
Bjrracua was second Columbia third
and Pennsylvania fourth.
. SYRACUSE GETS DECISION
Later Referee Ustis announced at
four twsnty this afternoon, an offioial
revision of the decision on tbe rsoe de
olsriog Syracuse a winner, time 10:16
3-5, this being sevecteen seconds on
der the beet record on the course. Cor
nell was given second place.
THE POUCE FEAR
NEWS OF THE MOST VITAL INTEREST TO ALL
"THE PAIR" places on sale something like $20,000.00 worth of Spring and Sum
mer Goods at Price Quotations, which in many instances are lower than manufac
turers quotations. Theextremely backward seasons have greatly retarded the
anticipated demand for, and early buying of Summer Goods. This condition and
our well known policy "NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES TO CARRY ANY GOODS
OVER FROM ONE SEASON TO ANOTHER," dictates the enormous and almost un
heiipvahia ririfie nuotations. ' This is not a sale of a few leaders, only: i every deV
partment has contributed heavily, and we UNQUALIFIEDLY PROMISE YOU SUCH A
BARGAIN f EAST AS HAS NEVER BEFORE BEEN HEARD OF IN THIS COUNTRY'
Don't hcsitatc-Don't take the other man's word for it
Come and see for yourself-Cold type can, at best, only
give you a faint idea.
WATCH THIS SPACE FOR PRICE QUOTATIONS.
Marimack Percale. . . .
10c India Linon ....
Dozens of others, equally as
good, all over the dress de
25c and 85c Bojb, and
65c, 76c men's shirts
desirable patterns. . 4"
$2.25 Boys' euits, knee"'
pants, S to 10......l.y5
(By Pcripps News issooistioo)
War is w, Poland Kuseis Jane 28
The polio ere making wLolesele r
rests o( tbs Jews lor sllegwl partloipa-
kioq la the recent riots. Tbe eolhori
ties appear afraid to proceed against
the sooielists for fesr at anamination
in retalistloni' Tb city Is divided In
to lour military districts (or tbe par
pose ol keeping order. Alt bat sixteen
faotories tesnmed work this morning
Ths miners of ell tbe collieries in the
Dorubiowa district hsve gone on
Bker City June 28 W ben ths
time came to pass sentenoe tbis
nucu'iut :c i.izzt zz p:y .
wbo was convioted lor irregolsrtles
oonnected with tbe bank of 8am pter
bis ettorney Charles J Jubus filed a
bill ot eioeption setting tortb tbe
fsots tbsl tbe Jury had exceeded their
urisdiotion by examining certain re
cords oat slds of tbe case npan arriv
ing on tbis decision, and Judge 9am
White postponed sentenoe until next
Frldsy which will give him time to
oonsidei the defendsnts pies.
Odesoa Ruisis, June 28 Tbe crew
ol tbe battleship Knis Potemkin, of
the Black sea fleet, mutinied today
because of hsrsh treatment and mur
dered the offloera. Tbe mutineers
threaten to bombard Odessa. The
battleship is now cruising at see, tbe
crew fearing the land, wuile tbe an- '
thoiitiee fear bloodshed II they at
tempt to board tbe vessel.
NEW AMBASSADOR .
Another Bank Closes
' 8oripp News Association
Terre llute Ind . Jane 28 The
Vigo County National Bank closed
ts doors today, following a run re
suiting in the discovery . that canhier
Oonseman had resigned owing to
shortsge, whioh be claims will re&ob
over fifty thorn-aod. . Tbe deposits are
over a million dollars.
Today's Grain Market
Chicago Jane 28 The quotations
on the stock exchange today of tl e
prlnolpal grains were as folio s;-
wbeat opened at $0.9C and closed at
e.9li. oorn $0.66i: oais opened - at
$0.B'2J and cloeed at$0.82. .
Boripps News Atsociation
Paris Jnna 28 Baron Basen, the
nsw . itusbtan ambassador to tbe
United States, and Baroness Rasen
luft tbis morning for Cbirbourg,
here they later sailed for New York
on the Kaiser Wilhelm.
Dundee Ore. Jane 28 Levy Hrgey
died at his home nesr Dundee at 7:30
o'clock on the evening of Jane 23. He
wee 79 years ol age and was one of tbe
oldest pioneers of Oregon. Born in
Nortb Csrolink in the year 1825. cross
ed tbe plains with an ox team in ' tbe
year 1847, settliug on the donation
slaim upon whioh he died, he bad,
with the ezoeption of some three years
spent in tbe town ol MoMinnviIln, re
sided there continuously. '
. By Boripps News Association
Columbia, Ohio Jnne 28 John M
Pattison was nominated for Govenor
on the d'ttnooratlo . ticket today.,
(ByHcrlpps ews Association)
Chicago, 111., Jane 2a. The leaders
of the convention ot international lab
orera, which met here to organize tb
workers la one central body, state
that the purpose of the movement Is
to bring about a saore equitable bal
ance in the s-ciety. , The promoters
believe "in a" universal aympathetio
strike, together with political action
through the socialist party, as a means
ot securing permanent relief W D
Haywood, of Colore io, and Eugene
DeV are mentioned for the presidency
of the ne organization
FOR THE TOILET
Our stock of high grade toilet articles in- -eludes
every toilet aid or convience that merit
. has brought inio favor.' Every article is of , ,
standard exeellence aud sold at the fairest .
possible price. vvVNVV--'-;
We buy toilet goods as carefully as we bny
. drugs and guarantee every article to be as .
, represented. We protect you from both in
ferior quality and unfair cost. . , ; v
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
Soaps, Perfumes; Toilet Waters, Lotions, Hair
Brushes, Combs, : Tooth Bruehes, Toilet ,
Powderp, Sponges. Nail Brushes, Luther
Brushes, Etc, Etc.,
Examine our Qualities and get
go elsewhere if you want to. v
our Prices, then
Boys' long pants suits
age 10 to 16 years J0
Men's woo! pants :
; $2.25 to 3 00 values 1.05
18, $10 Coat and Vest .
all wool worsted etc. O.OD
American Girl Wins
Boripps Hews Association
London June 88 la the first rounJ
ot the woman's championship tennis
game which waa played at Wimbledon
today,' Miss May Button ol California,
beat Mies N Meyer the soore being 0
Nash Slowly Dyinc
(by 8crii pa News Association)
Omaha Nob June 28 W Nash,
the well known "Smelter King", Is ra
pidly growing worse, and there Is now
MILLINERY AT REDUCED PRICES
Ladies' Midget Tics ; ' Js;'
Indian Purses :
Children's Handkerchiefs ( , ,
Children's Undermuslins - '
Ladies' White Aprons ?
Croquet Sets just in ; K
E VL WELLMAN & OO
'JLa Grrande "-" Orecon
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no nope et bis ultimate recovery.
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