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LA GRANDE. UNION COUNTY, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2S, 1906.
n IK UTAH
(Kcrippi New Association)
Echo Utah July 28 -One of the worse
freijht wrecks in the history of the Oregon
Start Line occured last night by a heaJ
on collision between a regular freight and
' an extra. The smash up came at Review
just west of 'Jieen River The main line
. is completely blocked an j traffic is at a
tan lstill. Tie of tu trains saw
what would happen and after setting
their levers both crws jumped and thus
saved their livs Mir.y ward liuileiuier
from jumping from the engines or from
SOLDIERS IN MT. GRTENA (AMP
(Scrlpp News Association)
Mt Gretna Pa. July 25 The great con
vention camp for the troops of the Depart
ment of the East was opened here last
week but not until yesterday was the camp
, completed and ready to receive the troops
ordered to concentrate here. The troops
began to arrive here from all parts of
the East yesterda" and continued to
come in today. Is is expected that by to
night nearly all the troops intended fot
this camp will have arrived. The co-c-'
entration movem 3 it is under the command
of General Grant who will direct the
opsffjins of the troops during the er.
caTn'p&nt wnich will last until September
30. Everything is in good order and
. .thanks to the careful prerarations there
is no confusion.
Will GIVE FARMERS POINTS
(Scrlpps News AsaoclHtion)
Fitchbnrg, Mass.. July 25 Under the
auspices of the State Board of Agriculture
a meeting of farmers is being held today
at Whalom Park, near Fitchburg. for the
purpose of instructing the farmers by
demonstrations and experiments under
. the 5)rvision of cotnpetsnt agricuturl
ists and lecturers.
GINNERS Will ELECT KEY OfflCERS
(Scrlpps .N Association) .
Memphis Tenn., July 24 Tne election
of officers held at a meeting in 'Dallas
Texas last December having been declared
illegal the N tonal O .ir Association
met here in convent on today for the
purpose of e'ec'jng a nsw set of officers
and of couiijn.-ij . r irjrtaot busi
ness. The question of Government est
imates will be thoroughly discussed and
soma radical steps may be taken to insure
for the future the gatherings and pub
lication of ailible crop and supply reports
by the Government Other important mat
ters will also be taker up ..rd discussed.
The attendance isunusally large and every
part of the cotton-producing South is
represented by delegates. Art interesting
program has been arranged tor me
OPENING. i)f TR3T1NG SEASONS
(Svrlppe New Association)
Detroit. Mich.. July 25 The annual
trotting season of the grand circuit opens
here this afteri oon for .?n of two
weeks. The number of entries is quite
large and a good attendance is expected.
PEASANT RESISTANCE Will
H A RUSSIA'S W A
Says Rational Leaders of lurbuleat NtiDi-PSeas Mi fOf
a Quiet Submission to Imperial D:aa2 -Stfitonl
warkraea Join in SinJtoJ "Mirsfe"
WAR MAPS Of THE U.lirCO STATES'
ISorlpps New Association)
Washington. D. C July 25 The Geo
logical Survey has a confidential arrange
ment with the War Department by which
the topographical sheets made by the
surveyors of the Geological Survey are
furnished to the General Staff of the
army. These sheets go into the details of
the country over which the surveyors
travel every year, and show tne location
of places of supply of water and forage,
the situation of blacksmith shops, bridges,
the places to ford streams and the con
dition of the roads. This information is
of great value in connection with the ac
cumulation of material destined to be of
value in time or trouble, or another oc
casions when the army must go into a
r.ew section of the coa.itry.
(ttcrlpp News Association)
it'eket home and five-doiUrs for expenses'
U UUItt 111
St, Petersburg. July 25 Count Heyden
Prince IvorT and M. C. Stackovich, the I
three members of the parliament who
refused to sign the parliament address 1
U 'lw country at Vibergon July 23, today !
issued a separata address appealing to
the people to quietly submit to the im
perial decree dissolving the parliament
and prepare for the election of a new
parliament. Tne addresses point out
that the Emperor acted within the cons
titutional rights and that it would be a
crime to make an attempt to shake the
power of the soverign at this time.
They all declared that resistance at
this time will result in the final economic
and political ruin of Russia.
The fo ice escorted each member to the
railroad station and arrested all sympath
izers who cheered, but faded to do so with
the ijnp. c tf-.a V.iwg appeal be
cause tney wish to oaiiry the people as
much as possible.
M scow july 2S -The people are recover
ing from th first stupifaction caused by
the dissolution o' t ie Downs, butthey fuel
that it did its work in establishing beyond
a ques ion the fact that Russia must have
a constitut'onal government Even the
strongest reactionaries do not care to
suggest the abolishment of a represent
ative government except for the Agra-
Trie city is under martial law, and as the
steamer carrying workmen arrived it was
ordered to stop in the bay. The work-
ingmen went on board singing Mar-
seilles but their songs were not heard far i
ashore on account of the fact that the
authorities forbade them to land.
, a..ri,.. u,... iniminni i mnyouKeva. a legislature leaoer ana
Chicago III. July 25-Cook county grand ! formerly a professor in the university of
jury today returned an indictment f a j Chicago says that he did not accept the
hundred and twenty-five pages in length, j Viberg appeal to establish the renal gov
the longest ever raturned. It covers the j ernment because he did not know the
alleged crimiral acts of labor leaders in ! strength and also believes that the army
Chicaeo for the past year. Among them ; and navy favors legislation. It is ap-
grain disord rs which everywhere are
Troops are continuing to enter Moscow. ; mor8 8J fr1t. Tne country about
mosio is quel.
are counts against teamster leaders of
the national unions who have conspired
against busmasiis f Chicago.
Many acts of conspiracy have been com
mited against Marshal Field. Montgomery
Odessa. Jul 25--Tha militia was
disarmed today in self defense. They
and an organization of "Hooligans" armed
with rifles have been fighting in Molda-
vartska all day. In this d'Stcict alone, the
dead are lying around by he tons. Be
sides the dead, hundreds are wounded
The people are completely panic stricken
and act I ke a flock of sheep.
GOV. 1EIKS TO ADDRESS EDITORS
tbtiippe News Association)
Gadsden. Ala.. July 25 -The annual
meeting of the Alabama Press Association
v- r-!!.'! t.. .,,.ir Mum rhi rrnminit AnH
I the visiting members were welcomed by
Mayor Smith and the Rav. J. R. McMul-
len. Mr. Max Hamburger, editor of the
Mobile Herald, responded and was follow
ed by President Charles H. Greer, of the
State association, w-io delivered his an
nual address. There will be another,
session in the afternoon, when Gov. Jelks
and Senator Morgan will deliver address
es. The rest of the day will be given up
to tecreation. lhe business sessions
will not begin until tomorrow. An inter
esting program for the convention has
been prepared and will include a discus
sion of the subject of foreign advertising.
It is expected that after the adjournment
of the convention tomorrow, many of the
members will go to the Atlantic beach
where they will remain one week.
parent that the liberal government wi
be reached without blood shed. At pres- )
ent the government days are numbered
but a civil war is unlikely, although the
people will eventually fight the parliament
Ward and Company, express companies if a ministry is not tormea arter tne new
and othar business concsr.os. Charges parliament is organ zed.
of murder are h tie hdu-.tmsnt. A gen- j The government, in order to get rid of
eral scatn.ng arraignment of Chicago or- ' trouoie maKers nas given eacn me.n-
ganized laoor is witrvn the pages.
I ber of the dispersed douma a first class
We just received by express a fine siowial of advance styles In fall
skirts, we call attention to our ladies' ready to wear department which
represents some of the best showings of ready to wear garments n the
iSri'lpp Ni Aisncl;itinn I
London, July 25. The conference
inter-parliamantary union ended today
The body adopted a resolution which ad
vises the Hague conference to define con
traband of war. as beirg restricted to fir
arms, munitions and explosives, and that
captured ships should not be destroyed
that even bell'gerent and private property
shall be immune. The conference also
advised the Hague to cut do n intolerable
expenditures for armament.
("crippe New Assewtattoa)
Washington. July. 25-General Woods
reports today from the Phillipines, .of the)
defeat of two detachments of constabu
lary on the Island) of Loyte with a lose q
twelve in one Instance and fifteen in thk
other. H i has ordered Gen. Lee to rush
ths regulars- to aid the constabuUty to
;:r.otlwi Um uuuiiwk promptly. He says
there is on occasion for anxiety as th
regulars have already killed hundred
and fifty puljanes with only on death on
the American aid.
VANDALS RAZE CASTLES
(.Scrlpps News Association)
Milan, Italy, July 28. Revolutionists
havt burned the Rempton castle, one of
the finest estates in Couland. Armed
rebels are in possession of the surrounding
country. Two columns of royal troops
are advancing to the scene, one from ths
west and one from the east. Bufore they
can reach the scans of devastation, many
other old and grand castles will be razed.
lON(t BRANCH HORSE SHOW
(Scripps News Association)
Long Bfraissh July 25 The eleventh
annual open sir horse show of th Mam
mouth County Horse Show Association
wilt open here this afternoon on th horse
show grounds, and) every thing Indicates .
that there will be one of the most brilliant
events of that kind over held her. Many
important improvements have been mad
on the show grourids and an unusally
large number of handsome prizes will be
swarded. The number of entries in th
numerous classes is largs beyond all ex
pectations and some of ths finest horses
in this part of th country will be shown
Fifty-six classes having been provide!
for. The show will continue every
afternoon until Saturday and will close
with an evening show on that day.
WILL CONSIDER STRIKE MATTERS
(Scrlpps News Association)
Plainfield, N. J., July 28.-The annual ,
state convention of the New Jersey Mast
er Builder's Association opened her to
day and will continue in session a'l after
noon. Mor than one hundred and fifty
members from all parts or the state are
in aiieiiuanie. .junto vvijt iinuviwiiiv
mitters will come up for consideration,
among other things the strike situation in
New York and in various other large East
ern ci'ies. This evening the annual ban
quet of the association will take place.
Mayor Duckle will be one of tre speakers.
If you want the latest Ccmc and sec us
StIis Nwh AssnclHtton)
Kocktord III. July US - I wo yegginen
i blew fifteen safes to peices and robbed
sixteeon otrices in the Brown building this
I m rring but secured only eight hunlrod
j dollars. They w;re caught in tne act
and are now I'.dgtid m jail.
SAGE'S BODY Off fOR TROY
IS' ili'pK N',v Association)
New York Ju'y 25 - Mrs. Sane anil a
Dirtv of fn(!-.ds n 1 specia.car lull Iiumv
4 I f-.r Troy with n -dy of tiie late Ru :vs
j I Sage. Interne :t will : made at Troy.
TRYIM S?IED Of NEW CRUISER, j
'S. i ilH'K Nw ,,'t.uion I
San Frar.cisci. Cii.. July 26. -The speed
trail of '-he ntw cruder Milwaukee, which
wis bull', hy tee Union Iron Works heie.
i bung held today over the Golcti
course. Commander Charles A. Cove is
n comrr.and ;f tne Milwaukee.
iS(ii.n Ni-ws Anorimion)
Fa'rSanks. Ala .July 25. A manknown
as "Hard Luck" Car le Tague was ar
rested on sjsp:cion of having committed
the recent robbery of fifty thousand in
gold at For'. Q-hlnns. Geo, Raphael as
also arretted charged with complicity.
(Srrlppa News Asodntlon)
Cincinnati, July 25. After singing the
hymn "Why will ye die?", and being or
dered by the policeman to stop, H. C.
Holmes started a revolver duel, in which
the officer killed ths evangelist.
The m,.n .ad just been to breakfast and
started his little song on the street when
the trouble began. The chief of police
says tliu ollicer was justified in his actions.
CARBINE TEAM MATCH AT CREEDMOOR
(S(-rl'is N'wi Association I '
Creedmoor, L.I. July 25., Ths annual
carbine team shooting matoh ui dor th
auspices of the New York Stat Rifle
Association, opened at the rifle range her
. L. I. , Ti . i
una Illuming, tiici iv kuuu niiuMii,
and the number of entries is larger than
WARSAW POIKE ASSAULTED
(Hcrlppe News Association)
Warsaw, Rus., July 25 -Colonel Sala
maoff, a member of the poli.e force, was
stabbed to death last night. The assassin
has made his escape.
Phone Black 130
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Vergere No. 27
closed at 6 1
-Wheatopened at 77 'j
corn opened at o 1
oats opened at 24
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20 per cent off
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