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VOLUME V GRANDE lNI0N OREGON, WEDNESDAY". NOVEMBER I, 1905 NUMBER 1 '
usted la tbe heart of the dir. Tbe I "
. WITH SUSPICION
Continue Rioting and Arc Being Incited
To Massacre the Jews
(Borippg News Association)
8t. Petersburg, Not. 1 -The strike
wdere are issuing proclametlone
celling upon the people to remain Arm
ontll amnesty and universal auffrage
is absolutely seoured Tbsy do not
place the leatt faith In the governments
promlies. The driving ileet and
torm which began t la afternoon If
doing more to keep order than all of
ine eoiaiere, ,
St. Peterebnrg, Nov. 1 The naval
anthoritiee today deny the re port i
that any battleeblpa were destroyed
in the Black ata and that the com
manding admtrala were killed.
St Petersburg, Nov 1 Offlotals say
that pewlmtiro la growing in the
offlolal circles that they believe th
! present rioting hai strengthened the
pwition o( the reaction Uta and it
tbinga do not quiet down there will be
return to the old order of tbinga
ander a thinly ' disguised qneal con
atitationaliam and that it will probably
be tert before Raula will have free
and. ttable government.
St. Peteribnrg, Nov 1. The elud
ente thli aiternooo are trying to foroe
their way into the nn.verelty, which
ie oloeed and guarded by troops
Odessa, Nov. 1 There waa fighting
In tbeootekirtaof the city laat night.
Tbe mot incited by the police at talked
the Jewa and It la reported that ana
hundred were killed and wounded .
Tbe authorities are reticent and hnge
'orowda are collecting preparatory to
marobing through the elty. A semi
official reports that 37 were killed and
81 wonnded. The situation ia tbe
most serious alnoe the begltning of
Odesra, Nov. 1. Fighting today oc
curred chiefly in Cathedral sqnars snd
in Derlbaaeey gardens, which are lit.
AGAIN WE FORCE TO THE FRONT WITH UNMATClfABLE
VALUE IN LADIES' TAILOR SUITS
It Is the unanimous verdict of those who know that there is more real value, style'
and service stuffed Into a dollars worth of goods In our Ladies' Suit and Wrap
Department than are usually found for $1.50. We have prepared a SPECIAL
BARGAIN FEAST for this week Come and partake.
$10.48 LADIES' HIGH CLASS SUITS $().48
Special this week
Here are edits that will please those who ate particular, be
cause of . their excellent style, perfection of fit, and careful
workmanship; and will make glad the hearts of those, who
from choice or necessity, wish to practice true economy.
Three-quarter length coats, aud short plaited and - plain
jacKeis, enecis m mis season's-- most attractive
novelty Buitings. This week special at
$17.50 suits for $14.98
$1.00 and $1.50 Ladies' Street Hats,
LADIES' HATS, LESS
All ladies' bats in trimnvri, tailored and
street hats at a sharp reduction - this week,
no reserve ,
$1.50 hats, $1. 19 $4.00 hats $3. 19
2.00 " 1.59 4.50 " 3.59
2.50 " 1.98 5.00 " 3.98
3.00 " 2.39 6.00 " 4.79
4.50 " 2.79 6. " 5.19
7.50 " 5.98
$2.50 to $4.00 MISSES AMD C 1 C(
CHILDREIMS' JACKETS P 3 vF.
In red blue and brown, and fancy mixtures
choose this week for.. $1.60
JUST A FEW CAPS, this week $1.00
Some extra good serviceable misses' aud
children's caps in dark colore," this week at
You can save
Money on Rubber Footwear Here
GET OUR PRICES
BOYS' SUITS AD
$4 00 double breasted Ree
fer Coats, with worsted
lining, and edges boun I
with wide Hercules braid,
the special price so
this week .... $.40
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A special lot of new suits
for bovs nf all ages jutt
placed on our tables.priced
$1.25 up to $14.50
Fifty $4.75 and $5.00 sui
. 1 . fl .nind anil
in iweeus, v
this week ....
. WW I MWSMa
You have no doubt caught
yourself admiring the
perfect fit and stylish cut'
of some other lean's over
coat as you p sted. It is
a certainty that you will
recognise there very same
characteristics if you come
in and see our line of per
fect fitting Kirschbauni
$5.00 up to $18.50
$1.50 wool sweaters 98c 25c and 35c Caps, 19c
nated in tbe heart of the cliy. The
wooaded have been taken to the muni
cipal hospital The ctoda participat
ing are of the very roughest element.
Tbe city people are blaming tbe antb
oritiea for disbanding and disarming
tbe polloe. Anarchy la aochecked.
The roughs are sacking the shops,
throwing bombs and killing ths Jews.
DEAD LHNU EVERYWHERE
Odoase, Nov. J. The atodenU have
formed a civic guard and are trying to
hold in cbeok the worklngmen who
attacked them. Dead bodies are ly
ing scattered about everywhere on the
streets Tbe antborities are doing
little to prevent the oon tlicts between
the students and tba workinfmen.
Odessa, Nov 1 Conflicts between
tbe people and the troopa are of con
stant occurrence air day. The revo
lutionise in attacking the students
reused tbe moat trouble. It ia estim
ated that folly one hundred were
killed. The Kaslbers are petroling
every block with troops.
W.m. Nn The emnlnvaa ol
the Vienna railroad tried to organize
for a meeting this morning but the
soldiers dispersed the workmen with
bayonets. A crowd gathered aronnd
the station. Ths soldiers formed a
oordon and ordered them to disperse
and then fired several volleys killing
and wounding many, clearing tbe aide
Heleingfors, Finland, Nov. 1. The
Cossacks fired npon a crowd of people
today wounding 81
NOTHING LIKE IT
Ohioago, Nov. I, The News Bt.
Petersburg correspondent oablea that
the aoldiers are sbw tin down the
mib that ia trying to irt-e the prisoners
who are in the jails The people
believe tbs situs' ion ia si til remedls.
bis but sil agree that Russia never
before faced iuoIi peril The strenirth
displayed by the revolotiouiate have
oauetd great astoniehmeot
' By Scrlppa News Association)
, Hong Kong Nov 1 It is teported
that five Amerioan miaaionariet bave
been murdertd'at Lion Obnw a town
of twelve thousand in tbe provlnoe of
iterlppi News Aaioclatlon
Penseoole, Nov. 1. An entire block
as destroyed by fire this morning and
tbs loss will exceed three hundred
- (By Hcrlpps News Assoolslton)
Los Angeles Nov ,1 Tbe final ass
sioDsofths Natloal WOTU con
sieta of greeting and farewells. A
cable greeting waa received from Lady
Sommarset of London. Amontr the
reports of ths national organlzera.
Stockholders Must Dig
Boripps News Association.
Pltteburg Nov 1-The receiver of
the Enterprise National Bank todnv
sent ail the stockholders notice of a
hundred per cent asaessrusot on tbe
per valu" of their stock.
Bcripps News Asaoolatlon.
Vashingtyn Nov 1 Truman R New
berry, of Detroit, Michigan was aworn
in as assistant l the navy.
Saturday evening comment Ins at 8 :30
the Elka will give a social in their hall.
Tbe featorss of the evening wilt be a
olam sapper, osrds and . dancing. A II
membf ra, their wives, daughters snd
sweethearts are cordially invited. '
Chloago, Nor. l-Wheat, opened
89; closed, M corn openej iG;
losed, 454: oats opened, 32 J,:
Portland, Nov I. Club, 73, bios
Urn, 70; valley 73.
Boyera today are offering 05 tents
or blues tern and G3 for clob.
Sorlppe News Assoolatioa
New York Nov I Tbe office of the
foreign board of the Presbyterian
mission today received confirmation
of the killing of the missionaries at
Eloh LIsochowaod belie vee that t be v
are dead Dr Meidrom of CleraUnJ
tateethat tha Fresbvterlmi nhnrnh
la the only denomination maintaining
a mlsalon at Lien Chow and raya that
the mlsalonarlss itstioned there are
Dr aod Mrs Maohlom and Rev and
Mrs Rees lEdward and theMltsee
Elinor Chestnut aod E Patterson.
Boripns Newt Association
Stockholm Nov 1 The new Swed
ish Bug wss hoisted and unfurled to
ibe brerzes throughout Sweden to
day, being tbe same as was floating
before tbe union with Norway. Tbe
troops par.deri tbe ships, fired the
proper number of sslu es and the
people all over tbe country are rejoio-
"2 ' mnitltinni
.. Scripps News Association
Norfolk, Va Nov. 1 -Tbe British
North Atlantic squadron under the
oomrcand of Prlnre loat arrived ofC
ol the Virginia Capee this morning.
The pilot boarded the flagship and
will take tbe squadron op tbe Chess
peik where they will be greeted off
Annapolis by the combined Amerlosn
Beet under Admiral Evans.
Sorlpps Nsws Association.
8aoramento Nov 1 Oops Neely,
railroad man, after drinking witb
several acquaintances at tbe hope of
Engineer MoCue left about 2 o'clock
in tbe morning to take bis womsn
companion borne. Fred achi, also a
railroad man, ' remained In tbe house
with Mrs McOue. Neely returned
aftnr a short lime and shot Mrs MoOue
in tbe neck end Saohs in the haok, and
hen shot and killed himaelf Neither
8obs nor tbe woTiao are badly
wounded. MoOue returned from bis
run this morning but refuaee to tslk
Saob says that tbe shooting was tbe
result of )alnuty on the ptrt of Neely,
owing to tbe fact that be was srqu not
ed with Mrs McCue before ibe mar
ried her hU'btnd. Neely left a note
aaying that be hoped I at Hach would
die but that the wom .n would oi
ell. and that lie did it lor h e Iriend,
Boripps News Aseocirtion
Riverton Ky Nov 1 Tbe bank ick
bsis who for years bave been tertoiia-
io tbe Obio valley oitiea by blowing
up many safe rnd stealing thousands
of dollars, came to Brief after an ex
citing finish, after raiding the bank at
Wtuard, In Carter county yesterday
afternoon. Four are" In Jail, two of
tbe bandits are unhurt and one ia
mortally wounded, being riddled with
bullets and oue is slightly wounded.
Two art fleeing lot their Uvea pursued
by a posse and bloodhounds.
They entered Wlllard yesterday and
'onnd on the outskirts a - loo motive
whom they bourd and gagged and
then went np town and entered tbe
bauk and blowed the safe to smith
erneee, which ettraiied us oltiseos.
who hastily gathered ' aod kept up a
running fight. The . de.per.does es
caped to the engine which they left in
full tpeeu. Tbe dogs took tbe tra
where they lvlt tbe engina aid Uoa ed
robbers resting in a field and tbe bat
tie was on. There were too many for
he heretofore suootssful pirates, and
Scrlppa News Association.
Washington. Nov. 1. The President
waa Informed by tbe Csr that he
would grant his people a representa
tive constitution fonr dava before ha
did. Prior to bla departure for Now
Orleans he received a cipher dlepatoh
official to ths state department out
lining the program subsequently
carried nut at 8t. Petersburg. The
President belle vis tbat the Kuislaa
people will accept their new libertiee
Frank Brown's wh'tkered faceoso
again be am 11 ibrougb tbe lattice work
at tbe coun y jil. Tbit tim-t lis is
charged and 0 mvioted" of stealing a
rope, an az aod a cros .ut saw. He
was tried be'o e JuMice Hough, aod
lined $60 aud ooi-ti, and in delault ol
the money is now tbe gurat ol tbe
Fleet Ice Bound
Bcripps Nsws Assoolatioa,
Han Franolaoo, Nov. 1. Lewis An
derson and Ford bavs reoelved tele
from Capt. Bodflab, ot the whaler Day
lias, dated at Alaska saying that the
whaling squadron conalatlng of fifteen
vessels are oapght in the Ice, The
fleet was not outfitted for such an
perlenoe and a great loss of lite
prsperty may result.
Out on Bail
Boripps News Association. '
Bscramento, Nov 1 Former Sena
tor E J Edmonds, who was senUnoad
lor five years for bribery and a ho waa
denied a new trial, has beeo admitted
to bail In the aura of 110,000 ard dor
i . 1 . 1 j .1. .
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It tu.y be needed any hour, and when needed
the quuker naed the better.
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