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LA GRANDE. UNION COUNTY. OREGON THURSDAY. AUGUST 3. 1535
JURY ASKS COURT
Mow Out Twenty-four Hours and Indica
tions arc that They will not Agree ;
(By Pcrlpps Nsws Association)
Portland Aog 3-Th jury Id the
W lllisniaon case at eleven o'clock asked
the court (or farther Instructions to
what oooaiitntes couplrry to auburn
perjury, which was given by Judge De
Haven and the again retiied. At
thia time the jar; Las been oat about
twenty houra and the belief la beoom
tng general that it ia doubtful whether
or not an agreement will be reached.
YELLOW FEVER IN THE SOUTH HAS
GREATLY EXGITED THE AUTHORITIES
iltaiNS-'ON THE 0; N. AND N. P.
ARE LATE ON ACCOUNT OF STRIKE
By Bciippa New Association
Seattle Aug 3 All Northern Pacific
and Ureal Noithern train aobednlei
are knocked Into a cooked hat as a
result of the strike. Lat nighta traina
are dribbling in thia morning (en and
fifteen houra late. East bound train
practically oc schedula. Fruit ship
per are toe heaviest losers. There ia
no violence. . ,
;i IN MONTANA
Helena,- Mont , Aug . 3. Freight
trafllo ia preolloally abandoned In
Montana on account of the atrike.
Pa.euger traina on both ay stem a are
late. , The telegrapher are out to a
nan.. No deserter. ' , 1
CONFLICTING STATEMENTS 1
8t. Paul, Aug 3 TLe operator
atrike I now redujed to conflicting
tataments on both aidea. Prealdent
Perham aaeerta that the atrike ie effect
ive from St. Panl to the ooaat. The
lailroada deny this and sy passenger
train! are running on aobednle time.
The railroads are making no etetement
regarding the two wreck on the
Northern Faoiflo v
By Berippa New Association
New Or leant Ante 3 Two deatha
from fever were reported up to ten
o'olook. No official 'report ot. new
oaae at other polnta. The doctor
here are disposing ot the question
whether or not all eaaea oan be traced
to New Orleana. A train load of
passenger on the Iron Mountain rail
road ha been held op In the Concor
die perish, removed frpmany halite
tien. . They have complained ly
telegraph to the railroad commission
declaring tney nave neither rood nor
water. Noihiog ao far haa been done
to relieve them. Effort ere being
made to move the train to Monroe.
LouUana whw rttt r;r- on three
aide haa placed the malitia and armed
citizen on every road. ' .!
New Iberia La., ba peBted a enrfew
law. Columbus Mia., baa decided to
goard against infection, by the aae ot
rifle. Many of the smaller town ar
passing mosquito ordtnapoe .
TROOPS ORDERED OUT i
New Orleans Ang 3 Governor Blan
chard, of Loo liana thia afternoon
ordered oat the Louisiana troop
The excitement I roonlng high and
eool head - are - seeded to revent
trOOble. V : , '
Washington, Aog. 3. Thepoatoffloe
department will cooperate with the
marine hospital aervioe in an effort to
prerent the apread of yellow fever lu
the- eoath. Circnlara describing
methoda ot screening against and for
destroying uiotquitoea are ' being eent
to 15,000 office.
New Orleana,- Aug. 3.-rOver two
bendred man of the naval brigade in
five schooner and by e pedal train will
arrive at Rigoleta tonight. Governor
Hlanohard haa also lamed ordure Ia
all the 'f; cT inm partah ooaat I
counties to arrest all boat patrol of
the Mississippi found in Louisiana
and aelsa all property of soon and
tenure Indiotmente for trespaaa.
'; ';' NO NEW : CASES ' -The
matter ia very serious. .The
aoldler were In the armory when the
ordere came and they . immediately
started tor the vessel whloh started
to cover the Louiiana coast. Possible
Udodahed will follow it the Mlsslsspl
an cros the state line. The exoite
ment here I high and the people
cheered a the men marched to the
boate. .... 'J
be Summoned August 21. Judge
Hunt to Preside over .Next Cases.
' By Soripp News Association '
Portland Oregon Anaost
. Th tz2 tni Jury which Is
to' continue the investigation of the
Oregon land fraud ha been summoned
lor August 21. Judge De Haven
By Bcripps New Association
. St Petersburg Aug 3 The Czar haa
eatabliahed a vice royalty tor Finland.
It Is thought that General Klelgels will
be the first Viceroy.
' Hciipps New Association;
Toklo, Aug. 3. Two RnssUn r de
atroycra thia morning attacked the
Japanese Steamer Kerahoff, off the
northern coast of Korea. The Oaptaln
and one boy were killed and two ol
the oiew were wounded. The Japanese
veaael eaoaped and the destroyers pro
ceeded on their way to Vladivostok.
Tenement Blown Up
(Scrlppa New Association) ,-
New York, Aug. 3. Haven persons
were hurt and four were overcome by
(moke in a Hero fire following an at
tempt to blow up a tenement house in
lower ' Brooklyn. Four leaped ! from
the window. Mrs. Heldart and three
children were, overcome. : ' ' "' 1
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Notwithstanding the high tempera
ture; last evonlug, the city eonnoil
wrestled with municipal qaeatlons un
til after midnight.- There was the ns-
nal rentine work ot auditing 'claims
against the city, the1 reading of the
otOcers monthly, reports considering
street ' gradea,' ; an oadlnaooe for
which was presnted and read the
teoond time and referred to the street
committee who are eipected to report
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And our ireat sale gathers Increased momentum everyday. - Not a
day passes but that it brings forth some new bargains which over- fj
shadows if such a thing were possible - those of previous days. I t f
Come Early Come Often Something New every day
- " And please remember these offerings are
Strickly new; and this season's goods
SUMMER DRESS SKIRTS
TLe blue peucil man has made Boide extra
ordinary inroads into the prices of summer
skirts of .all kinds, wooir linen and pique
Bkirts all incladed.
PIQUE SKIRTS, regular
everywhere but here.
ALL: LApICSAVASil SUITS. '!t'' ,
1 SHARP PRICE REDUCTIONS
These suits in large assortment made . from
the newest and most popular summer ma
terial, all at REDUCED PRICES .
.j, , -ladies silk suits 1:
Are now offered for your choosing at less
prices than the makers quote. - : : ;
$12.50 suits for $ 8.00 t
, 20.00 14.75 ! ?
22.50 " " IG.50
I5c Qvadriga Cloth lOc Apron Gingham 4c
Johnson Percale Sic
50c 4 '
50c and 75c
' ' 25c '
Ladies Lace I lose
60c and 75c
Oil Window Shades
39c :: r: ,''.
' $1.25, ; 'V :' : '
at the adjourned meeting next Wei
neaday night, .-, . f .-v
Mayor Sister banded In several mesa
sgea and reoommendationt, onooalling
the attention of the council and police
officer that It waa - the intention of
Vmembers of what is known as the
gambling fraternity to again open up
gambling games", and that it had
corse to hla knowledge that gambling'
Is now being carried on both day and
night. Ht informed thera of thoir
duty and It the ordinances were not
enforced and knowledge of such non-
enforcement was brooght to the mayor
charges would be bfoujibt against the
police officere. .
The mayor also called attention to
whit seemed to be irregularities with
reference to the water ayatem, that
In regard to the manner of making taps
whereby more than one house could
be supplied and other minor mattera
whloh resulted In a round table talk
by all the coonollmeu and which posa
Ibly will result in a new ordinanoe be
Ida pasted in the near future, :
The question ol dumping guibage f
the western portion ot the city was al
so mentioned by the mayor. '
The aubject for discussion that tl
cltisens of La Orande will be delight
ed to know Is recall log carefal coosld
oration by tbe council lr that of aeour
ing an additional water inpply, and
with this view the water committee
was instructed to make an Invettiga
tion of , the various , eprlng in the
soutboro portion ot tbe ctty ana were
instructed to expend, it they thought
necessary, $200 la opening up snob
"prings aa they thought proper. It
waa shown that several springs bad teen
measured by the water euperlntendent
which are now flowing 94,000 gallons
svery twenty four bonrs and It waa
thought these spring if developed might
exceed this flow. . Other large spring
were mentioned and it Is now the pur
pose of tbe eonnoil to Investigate all
of the springs and ascertain if there Is
sufficient to supply tbe elty and fur
nish a pnrer supply than la now poss
ible under present conditions. The
result of these investigations ' will be
awaited with Interest as not only under
present conditions is our supply Urn.
ited, but the question of a sewer sys
tem will soon bars to be met and thia
will require more water.
anuonooed that at the conclusion of
the Williamson, case now- w u."
tZZL .irw ao wan "Francisco an.l
would be aucceeded by Jodu9 Hunt of
the Montana district who will resume
tbe Oregon laud fraud cases on Angast
(ByScrlpps News Aasoolatlon)
UutsehtlDg Aug S The preslstent
heavy ralna render It Impossible to
continue military operation for the
present, . however Russian relnftroe
msnts are constantly arriving.
(8orlpps News Association)
Nashville Tenn Ang 3 Bishop Rob
ert A Hargrove,, of the Methodist
chnrcb 6oulb, died here thia morning
aged 7ft yev. Bishop Hargrove was
one of the brainy men ol the South.
He was not only a great speaker, bat
a finanoicr aa well. It was his plan
ning cf the boud scheme that saved
the great book concern of his church
from financial rnln, and it waa he who
established friendly relations but ween
the two great branches of tbe Metho
dist ennren which waa ruptured over
hs slavery question. i
By Soripps News Association
8t Petersburg Ang 3 The ' Mosoow
Octette says the only aoccptable con
dltioa whereby peace can be eonaidar-
ed le for tbe evacuation ct Manohuria
and Corea by the Japanese and that
Russia will considerately forego de
mending payment of indemnity.
Fcripp NVw Association '
Kingston, Aog 3 Dynamite works
of the Nilro Powder Co, at v Mingo
Hollow tw miles sooth of this plo
blew up at 3; 15 this. afternoon and it
is repotted that from fifteen to taenty
live were lost. .
Kaiser Sails :
(Soripp New Asociiioii)
- Ooiienhayen Aug S Emperor; Vil
llam sailed from here at ten o'clock
thie iitorniog. : ."j.i. : - ; .
Hy Scrlppa New Association
Bnrecka, August 3.- The report of
the grand jury in the Investigation ot
the road fund frauds filed Its report
yesterday. The report shows ths
connly to bavs been defrauded tbe
amount of teu thousand dollara. This
amount of money was paid ont upon
illegal claline. , . "
D puty Sh9rlfT torn Johnson arrested
another tar thlet laat evening Mr
Johnson caught the fellow red banded
and almost got another, but to the
geograuhli al location of the . battle
ground ud the intente darkness of the
night were the vaoee of the escape of
the second party. Chief of Police
Knybarn discovered that a box car
had ben entered and robbed and alio
discovered the (oration of the stolen
good, but s be whs obliged to attend
the meeting of the city council laat
evening be turned tbe case over to
Deputy Tom Johnson. Mr Johnson
secreted himself near the . goods and
waited for tbe robbers to appear and
get their swag, lie had made no
mistake aud about ten . o'clock laat
evening two men ai peured and be nan
carrying off tbler booty Before they
had proceeded far he bad one of them '
and the other so fares he knowe la
still golug. .r. "''s ..-
;Diplcrhats , Silent
. . .Hy Scrlppa News Association)
Dew fork, Aog. 3. Russian diplom
acy abo wed itself today by tbe silent
i tongue of Ambassador Witte. A slml
Everything for the bathof the quality you ought to have
at the price you ought lo pay. ! We sell quantities of
bath supplies, because we keep.what people want, and make
the prices right. .. - ' .
If the opportunity to choose from au ample assorment, or
if the saving of money is an object to you, we expect to
furttbh you bathing supplies.
jijNEWLIN DRUG CO. j!
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CrMa iaiiiiii iswsWsaJSss4iWS 1'siiiaiiMiMmtMiw.iiin, j
lar retlnance waa maintained -at the
I Japanese headquarters.