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LA GRANDE. UNION COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 27, 1905
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, Dvlioit, Sept. 27.-8nrgeon Ut-neral
Sutukl of the Japanese new today
rend ten thousand word paper before ',
toe convention o ; military . surgeons.
The United States men bora nf th
convention my tbat It in the moat
valuable document of tbo kind of
Ho told how they treated tbo wound
ed (ram tbo battles betaeea Japan
ad Russia and bow the sailors ware
ordered to don clean clothing Jmmed
. lately before a battle to prevent In
faction of the woaods made; ' Each
wore disinfected cotton In their ears
to protect the aar drama from eonouas
ion. Although tho wounds ware
Untreated daring the engagement. If
possible for tbo wound id to wait, the
per oant of fatalities from tbo wounds
wtt vary amelL' If oat of the fatalities
of tbo war were tbo reeulti of explosion!
of mints and from drownings. A rote
of thanks was tendered 8usukl.
""4 dorlppt Nawa Amoclatlon .
Chicago, '' Sept ' 27. Prai nqulllans
Para be, Identified by ' tba Mexican
eonsnl as one ot.the wealthiest planters
la Mexico, was foasd partially aaphlx-
latod in a hotel hero, this morning.
Us had Supposedly turned on the gas,
accidentally. He was Just from
Mexico, ooming here to place' his two
sons in. school:. .;', .''. -'"
on to Build
Basin. Wyo.J BeDt. 27 Chief En-
glneer 18? Weeks, Locating Engineer
ensign and other officials of the Burl
ington, made a trio over the line of
survey for the road from Frannle to
ina month of the Grey bill river a few
days ago. and from an otUolal aotirce
it la learned that contracts will be let
Bd grading commettoej t once. -
Tba line will be built to the month
of the Greybill this fall and winter,
and later diverging lines will b oon
atructed fo Rsslo and alao to Meeteet-
eeeand the Klrwlu .gold camp. By
ron Sessions and Bishop Crosby, lead
ers of the Mormon settlement! In the
Big Horn baalu, bava secured sub-
0 on tract and elll k ...
HIS DAYS ARE
JheatricaL Man, DieX
f o By Bcsiafsy liewo Aseosiatioe v
lYonkarsMY )ptz7 Jsoob LiU,
meaeger of.alarge namber of tbetrF
died at a siuauirium in thlseity to
- Borlpps News Association. -
Chieago, Sept. 27. The condition
of President Harper, of .tba University
of Chicago, la most discouraging.
Alarming reports sra in circulation to
tbs effect tbat ha cannot lira longer
than three weeka at tba very most.
The growth of the internal cancer Is
increasing at a rapid rata, and all tba
efforts of ths physicians to prolong his
Ufa seem to be anavalling.
Salem, Or., 8ept. 27. A drizzling
rain tbat continued nearly all after
noon in this vicinity put a stop to
pmne picking, snd may oaute damage
to the prone crop by bursting the Irult.
Tba prana harvest Is about Ihioogb."
BIG FIRE ALMOST
WIPES GUT' COLON
m.' .- t
Panama Town loses Government Build
ini Police Station, Business and
; Contract Let
Tacorns, Mept. 27. Third Vice Pret
lileot Levy of the Northern Pan! fin
says the work of ooostrooting the new
road along the Colombia river from
Kenuewlek to Vancouver has .already
oeen aiarted la a am all way and tbat
the ecstract for grading baa been
awarded to 81m ins A Shlolds of 8t.
Tlis construction of many perts of
the line will be sxpenttvs. To com
plete tbs extension two large bridges
will bava to be built. One will prob
ably be built soross the Columbia at
Vancouver and another, to enter
Portland, aoroas the ..Willamette. .The
"" ' pronatily be eomDletr In
about IS months.
By Borlpps News Awootatloa
Panama. Sent 17 A neat lira Is Mir
ing today at Colon.' This city has
been asked to render aid, and special
train with fireman and fighting ma
chinery baa been dispatched t to ths
bnraiog city. V '
Tba Bra was axUngnlihsd with greet
damage. The postoffioe, two news
paper oCQoee, the government boose.
polios hsdquBittrs, the offices of I be
I'idiao Cable oompany, several of ths
principle Chinese shops and 40 '..odki
Ott Uolivar atreek ware H
great amount of reglstsred mall and
paroeis wre ourned in the postoHlce.
No railroad or canal property was des
troyed sod , tbo shipping , district
escaped. The- gaverament represent
atives honied to the scene. .
-Filt. Injunction L- -
ticiipps News ' Association ,
Columbus 8c pt 27 John Jones to
day fi'ed an injunotioo reetraining
Qotild and Buhmj from transferring
tbs Little Kanswa railway.
Goes to the Jury Today
Borlpps Nos Association ;!
Portland, Sept 37, For the third
time United BUtes Dlstrlot Attornsy
Heney has finished his final argument
In the Williamson frsud case, snd for
tha third time the raas baa heen turned
over to tha federal Jury for ta con
sideration . ' . ;;-. i
Two Juries navs failed to find a !' vsr
dlct, and what the present jury will
do is still an unknown quantity, Mr
Heney completed bis final arnmsnt
bombsr three this aftern.ion, and the
jury received tho oass at three oolock.
Tbs government feels 'certain that o
verdict of guilty will be reached, and
defends seem Squally certain that the
defendants will btaoquUted - It Is as
cepted by both sldss that the Jury
this time will find some sort of a ver
dict, as It Is agreed tbat from, tbo
evidence produced that a bong jury Is
J A NEW SHIPMENT THIS MORNING :
IVIen's Heavy Worsted
Ex' ra well ma Je and lined with eitra heavy Farmer's
84' id linings, worth $12.50 every- s
wjere, and all the time............
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LADIES' HATS! LADIES' HATS!
PATTERN HATS, TAILORED HATS and STREET HATS. 1
"'" rour FairShlpWnts are all In, THE' LINE IS MORE COM
PLETE THAN EVER, AND OUR PRICES YOU WILL FIND
AS REASONABLE AS EVEP r. :: :: ::
Prenatal :lnsanily !
- RcrippO;News Assoclstioa.
Wsllovlllo Mo, Sept a7-Klohard
Msugbs, formerly ' of this city, and
wools under the ssnlsnos of ditath at
Uarrod, f!al.t for itba murdor of his
employer, a ranchman, ! may escape
ths gallows as friends snd relatives of
tba msa bava raised '12500 to end a
repreeeiitatlve to California with f tots
showing that Mangbs' mothsr w' In
sane shortly beforo her son wsi born
Maughs' divorced wife and fauil:; still
live here.., V '
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No woman in Union county should feel
satiiGed to bay her fall sait without haviug
Inspected our hew garments. The suit de
partment ia full to overflow of the latest and
most fashionable soils in all styles, and at
(he roost reasonable of prices. The latest
style in long coat effects from
York by express, suit. . . .Oil Up
Oar coat department Las been the centre of
attraction for the past ten days. There is
more style, more fit, and more selection at
altogether small cost than elsewhere in this
country. New express shipments every day.
A half hour's visit in our coat department
will give you a peep into the most exclusive
coat showiogs of the fashion centres. ; . '
You can do
'' fetter at
The fair 2lliL!
h7 A7J fI7r
q - iwajr rviunti
p UOE5 FARTHER
; Idaho Lands ;
Bolts '.CJlty Bopi 27The ttate ,Vf
Idaho is todsy over one bondr.d and
aoirsy luouiana ooujjs dobw titan' 1
was yesterday morning.- Tba auction
sals of 0000 seres -of land In Canyon
county, owned by the state, lying
under tba BoUe-Payette dltob, waa
held ysiterday in tba bsll of reprssens
stives as tha slate eapltol. ' A
Tbe sals called ont many speculators
but the majority were bona fide farm
ers in search ol good land for homea.
; Tba first day of the ssls resulted in
disposing of 4480 sores of latd in tha
most drsirsbla locations on the tract.
The averags appralmsnt by the slats
bosrd of this land was $16 JO par acre.
Attbeeale it brought an averave ol
120.43 1 per ecro. .
. Whew-, tbo tto board advsrtised
this land for sale snd mane public an
approvement of the lit set, tbe publio
no i tad in' prooouneiof the prioe too
nlgj.' Yeoteidiy's sais provtts that
tbere has beea a dsoidsd ohangs in
ssntimsot on this qusstion sioee ibe
sale was advrtieed. ' l'racts of 40 seres
sppraired at $10 pey acta were jester,
day bid op to $25 per sore. In many
instances spltilsd bidding was iudolg
ed in. A few of tha mors choioe sub
divisions esused tbe most intent
rivalry among bidders. , .
Ex-Ouvernor Haas bought heavily
of some of ths blgbsst priced land.
American Party .
Salt Lass fispt 71 The Amir loan
party organized to oppose ths ilermon
eburoh In city and state poll! lev, to
dsy plaosd la . aomlnstlon - iu first
municipal ticket, with Ezra Thorn p- 1
sea as Its candidate for mayor. Air
Thompson, a mining man and capita.
list, wsa formerly mayor of tho city,
being elected as a Bopnblloan. Tbe
platform adopted charges 'that tbe
Mormon hslrarohy owrs both tbe
Bepublioan and Democratic macblnea"
Both tba Republicans sod pemosrate
will tomlnste complete tickets
Similar To Chicago
The DSettlnc of a karossaa lamn In
tha baok room of a saloon started tho
Noma firs. fortyHhree buslnsso
bouses wsra dsstroysd. The fire
would hsva been stopped early but
for the eiploalon of a large quantity
i (loUmsn is tbo only arrest mada
oo tba Lswls and Clark fair grounds
on tbo charge of pickpocketing. IU
Awful Results of Storm
Borlpps Nsws Assooistlon. '
Manila, Sept 27 Ee porta of the
st.im of yestsrdsy are slowly coming
in. . roar towns In the Merfwelns
vklley are reported to be In ruins and
it ia fsared tbat a great number of
deatbs oooursd and hundreds wars ln-jared.-'
It Is kaeffa that many vssssls
offered heavily and that aaveral
goverament lighters . and launoiiss
wars lost. In hi anils isrtrar a sehcoD-
er broke Its tnooriaes and thraaianad
to ram tba Interned Russian cruiser
etieborsd nsar Bolaolsa. . Tha nala
gardens at Halsooa ware lolnsJ. ,
Bsrlln, fispt. 'it. Ths controversy
betwsea tha olectrfeal oompaniea of
Uerlln and the workmen have become
moreaouta. The striking orsw work,
ers of tha 8lemsns and Sebaokert com
paoles and ths pscksrs of ths gsnsral
elsotrlc company mat todsy and re
jected tha oouipany's ultimatum. '
' At meetings this aftsrnoon tha mo
decided to appeal for tba solidarity of
ths workmen ef ail tho electrical com
panies and to ask for a general strike,
which wUrefleot a boot 60,000 men."
' Washington, Bspt. 27. Forest sup
ervlaors, at aalariss ranging from 11800
to 12500, are to be sppolrted in Idaho
snd Oregon, being under olasstfisd
ssrvles. Tbsss positions will be filled
sftsr civil eervloe examinations, lorest
rsngerS belog preferred, cspsclally
rangers In those states whore supervis
or vsisnolss now sxlst." Examinations
will bs bsld st Wallace, October 10.
and. at La Grande, Ore , aod Idaho
City on October 33.
Children Cremated ;
Scrlpps News Association. ,
Fort Donnsly.bsnt 27 Five children
slseplog at the home of hid ward
Adsmson sfaht milae from here
cremated this morning by a gasoline
By Borlpps News awbcistlno
Oeoatura 111 bept 27-J E R;as, an
sxnreaa msaaaae , mA m - -nStte
of Green, who ae fotusrly au
sxprsts mtsssnger' fonght a revolver
dnel In s closed express car on a fast '
train twenty mllea from Belmont el'y
tbia morning. As bear as tha. facta
oaa bs learned, Given eniered tho a
and began a quarrel ". with f ysn . who
defended blmsslf . and Urrired ng
with paoksges. Green, it seems, waa
tho first to opsn fire, but Ray return -ed
tbaoompllment and the eombatanta
continue to sichsnge ebota oatli tho
trainmen fososd tha ear . door open
after tha train had rearhad thla ntt
They found tha man ooly eying " oaoa
oiner end patiently waiting for; an ad
vantage. The men wore both Iwouad.
sd In many places and wero weak Irons
ms loss ot blood. Ths duelists wero ,
taken to the hospital aud the doctors'
state that there Is , sui&U hope that
eltbor will recover. :
(Meets Taft's Party
) 8orlpps Nsws AssooUtlon .
'San' FiancMoo. rtept-. 37-General
Funston with his military aldss wsat
oo t on tho government tug idooum to
meet Taf tend bis party. The Koran
docksd at oos o'olook and Taft
corUd lbs party to, the Palace betel.,
MS nas prepared a lengthy 'statement
covering bis views of the PtiStppisoo
a&d of tha far eastern situation, wbicls
ho will give oat this efUcaoaa.
Coal Operator Killed '
Borlpps Nsws Assooistlon , ,
Albuquerqne. Bent 27 Andrew
Casna, a well knowu eosl operator
living nssr Gallup, wsa mardered last
night by onknowu parties. BIS wife
waa also shot and may die. It was
known that Casna kept sldsrable
money about ths boose by several msa,
one a relative, who la suspected. . s
At 3 o'clock Ibis aftsrnoon 683 hsd
reglsterrd for the ooming city eleotinn
sod there are now Just ssvsn dsys
left in wbloh to register. Pendleton
j Hy Mcrlpps Sews Association
INew Vork 8pt 27 Mar on' Koniana
left at nine thirty thla asorniog for
Montreal from there ba goes to Van
oou ver and takts tbo ship for Japan.
An Immsnse crowd had gathered en
the d toks and i:herel him as ho lstt.
(x)y wyo Sept 27-Tba statement
that Colonel William F Cody's wild
weet enow haa bea quirantlood in
Franco and sma of the boraea shot ont
account ol having tbo glanders, a not
When you want the finest candies in ibe world, .
remember that we have tbetn. We-are sole ;
agents for Ounther's matchless oonfectiouery. The
assortment U ample and includes a variety ' of
chocolates, bon tons, etc. Tbe price varies but
purity does not. '' : ,; ;;'' .
No one wants impure candies sua tbe. wej to
avoid them is to be guided by the name of the, "
maker. "Qunther" stands for all that U excellent',
in candy, ;.' j : : " -
Our stock ia entirely fresh throughbut.
NEWLIN DRUG COMPAN Y
La Grande , bregon '
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waa sentenced to six months In tha