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' GRANDE. UNION COUNTY, OREQON. THURSDAY. OCTOBER It 1908 - "J
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Oct -A t.lerr.m 1 making V'SitS P'"Sbu"' P-
city from St.Ub.nvill.r,v.a!,d th. .lop- d pr,p"n ,0'
ment of Miss Nell.. Scott and Frederick Si ' "M PtoniMd in
wa.one or th. most ?ccomp!ish.d vounir 1 hT. 7 . """urg out .y.n
. . ' ,n,a young . that wa. not known until thi. ,..!
men or ta.i-fcnd. a suburb nf Pit.. .,., , " -
plan, fot th.
wumin m LMi-tna, i suburb of P tt- Whii. h.,. u j I
and Mrfcairbank.. is that th. brid. T. , .
.. " Th. couol. m.t ast vr t th. h,.
"""or uojectoa 10 me engagement wh ch - . j , .. " """"
wa. toh.v.bwnannouofjthi. J Z- m.IndiMnpoli. nd .inc. th.n
th. Vic. President m h. v.:" youn ra,rt,nl, n b..n paying much
w.r. .ngaged and that th. w.ddin, Z "T. Sco fr.qu.ntly.
b..n plar.n.d for November nd could ... infZid bv 'th? "Chicago wa.
nora.3nwhvth..hnM.-e..w " lnrrm by th. Scnpp, News, of hi.
villetobe marrid. Mr.. Scntt w. "roth.r elopem.nt. H. Mid h.
that th. Fairbank. had objected to th. heard of Mis Sc"
engagement. , . v his brother han been contemplating
For several weeks Mis.Soott h.. been riage. Fr.denck is tw.ntv-.iaht
nd didn't know
. (LARK'S DAYS NUMBERED
- (Scrlp.'ewi Association)
. Butte. Mont. Oct. 1 1 F. A. Heintz
who has returned from New York last
night, gave an imterview" today, which is
xpected to have a powerful bearing on
the politics of the states and will prob
ably result in the retirement from the
political . arena of Senator Clark. It is
announced that he is supporting President
Ro:sevelt and is sending a Republican
senator and Congressman to Washington
to stand by the President in his anti
trust policy. As Heintz's party in Mon
tana is the anti-trust and independent, is
believed that tne announcement will de
termine the political cornplex.on o Mon
tana', campaign and will m.an th. elec-
senator as a .uecessor to Senator Clark,
whose term expired next year.
Scripp. New. Association)
St. Louis, Oct. ll-'lh. I ran Mountain
fast mail train jumped th. track while
making up for lost tim. this morning.
The train had reached the city limits
without reearding its speed. As a result
one man, the engineer is dead and ten
injured. Three men who jumpad from
the moving train, were severely injured
and may die from the injuries.
(Scrlpp. New. Association)
Carson Nev., Oct. 1 1 Th. United State.
Land office has received no advice to th.
ff.ct that the principal portion of th.
Walker reservation i. thrown
noon on October 2 9. But presuming th.
pres. dispatchers ar. corr.ct say that
th. m.thod of allotingth. min.ral from th.
agricultural land is to be outlined by th.
G.n.ral Land Offica. Th. mining men
ar. deeply interested in a. much a. th.
Iaw in Nevada do not limit th.
of claim, any person can locate.
Th. reservation consist, principally of
min.ral lands, gold, silver and copper.
A big rush i. .xpected unl.ss peaceable
settlement of allotment i. devised. Six
township, ar. reserved for th. Indian.
Scrlpp. New. Association)
Lodz, Oct. 12- Many terrorists wen
x.cut! this morning after th. rum head
courtmartial. Thert war. no papers
published today and the'trooD. Datrol th.
streets continually. A general strike i.
in full .wing. Th. city prisons ar. cram
med and official, are reoortina numerous
m.thrd. of .Muring room in which to
place the prisoner.. Th. citv is a m
of boiling hatred, on. faction airainst an
other. It is feared that there will h.
general slaughter of people before night
NO JOHN D. FOR HIM
(Scrlpp. New. Association)
Chicago, Oct. 1 l-l would rather hano
tomorrow tnan be John D. Rockefeller,"
said uamel Frances, a necro. todav
death watch was1 placed over him pre
paritory, execution tomorrow for killing
nis wire ana uera Scroggs.
(Scrlpp. New Association)
Ridg.. Wyo., Oct II In a h.ad on
collieion on th. Union Pacific this morn
ing, engineer Strong and fireman K.ll.y
and head brakeman Meyers, all of Lara
mie, were killed. Head Brakeman
Simms was fatally hurt. An unknown
tramp was later found dead in th. d.bri.
Traffic is stopped.
AMERICANS WIN BRILLIANT
GAME IN THE TENTH INNING
Score by innings.
Amer'ans 000000000 35
Nationals 000000000 00
Batteries: Nationals. Pfeiter and
Kling. Americans, Walsh and Sulli
van. Qames won : National. 1 ; Amer'ns 2
Having received our complete line of Fall Millinery
whMi comprises the very latest creations in Street and
TrlMmed hats, we ask your indulgence while we "show
you." These hats are trimmed and built by experienc
ed city trimmers who are in touch with the very latest
You Arc Welcome
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Vcrgere No. 27
LADIES' COATS, SUITS, AND SKIRTS
It has been given up by the buying public thatTH E FA I R-is-the leading store for
ladies' teady made garments for style quality and price Our ladies' department is
crowded with the latest in all the above garments, jeady for inspection. Do not be
talked out of it.
LADIES' COATS Ouriin.
j . - com-
prises all the late shadow plaids
checks and all solid colors in
Kersies as well as blacks, which
are very popular this season.
Lengths and ?8 . Prices as to
qwity. $6.50 to 25.00
SLITS, SKIRTS This lme
but little passing attention as
our stock is very complete and
is known by everyone. New
goods arriving every few days
(Scrlpp. New. Association)
Chicago, Oct. 11. The ski es wnr
bright and clear today and as th. hour
for the third game of the world's cham
pionship series between the Americans and
the Nationals approached, the air was al
WIRES DO AW
The details of the game could not be
secured today due to storms in Western
Oregon that have crippled the telegraphic
wires. A flash from Portland says that
the Americans won by a score of 3 to 0
in the tenth inning.
This morning Judae Eakin passed sen
tence on the following three who had been
convicted, Gonta, the Japanese who at
tempted to shoot one of his fellow country
men, was given three years.
Burke, convicted of larceny in a dwell
ing, one year, and Maroney, alias "Box
Car Casey." two years for larceny.
In the cast of th. state vs Shark.y.
who wa. charged with wantonly beating
a horM, Sharkey wa. acquitted.
District Attorney Ivanho. filed a mo
tion to withdraw th. indictment against
Councilman Oardinier and Bartl.ttand to
b permitted to later Ml. a n.w informa
tion. Th. jury in th. cast of th. stats ' v.
M.y.ra, charged with assault with intent
to kill, brought in a verdict of guilty.
Th. afUrnoon was taken up with th.
hearing of argument, on th. indictment
against J. C. Smith and John Klein. Th.
court will rwder its decision at 9 o'clock
in th. morning.
IN TUNNEL A WfC K
(Bcrlpp. New. Association)
N.w York, Oct. 11-Thr. men. two
of them construction foremen, who wer.
killed in Pennsylvania tunnel by an ex
yu.iuM ana a aozen otn.r. that w.r
s.ver.ly wounded, wer. r.moved thi.
morning. Immediately after th. ex
plosion, which h'ppened a week ago, th.
wood work caught fir. cutting off all
means of escape.
OLD S01D1ERS FROZE 10 DEATH
(Scrlpps News Association)
Cleveland. Ohio. Oct. 1 1 John Reese,
a veteran of the civil wai froze to death
in his home last ninht. He had bean
living without fire and th. sudden to
proach of cold weather took him by sur
prise. He was planning to leave for the
soldiers home today.
tHi-rlppa News Association)
Halifax. Oct. 1 1 Summerside the caD
itol of Fnce Edward Island is in flames
this morning. It appears that the city of
hve thousand is doomed, The fire start
ed in a railway depot on Water Front,
and was fanned by a gale until within
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a nan an nour me town was a roaring
furnace. All surroundina town hiva
rushed aid. Loss of life is feared but bv
noon no cases have been reported. The
property loss is already beyond conser-
COATS Tni ry
often neglected by
W. have made a
special not. of
and hav. what you will want in
the above lines.
Full length coats, 3.50
to 8.50, in children's,
and 6.50 to 15.00 in
You will also find
line of Tarns. Caps,
JUNE CAPLES PARALYZED
Judge John F. Caples, on. of th. for.-
most attorneys and most rjrominent Dion-
eer citizens of Portland has Just suffered
a severe stroke of paralysis and his con-
amon, while not dangerous, is considered
very serious considering his advanced
age. which i 74 years. Judge Capl.s is
w.u known in eastern Oreuon. bavins
taken an activ. interest in th. .tat. poli
tics for th. past 30 y.ars a. well as hav
ing been an able lawv.r. Ha has bn
engaged in many of th. leading law suits
in easrn Uregon counties and has ad
dressed many audiences in .astern Or.-
gon in political campaigns and in Fourth
of July celebrations,
BIG APPLE (ROP
'I estimate that the croc of winter
apples for this year will exceed that of
last by between 200 and 500 uer cent."
- t, n . .
ioy j. m. Drown, tne Horticultural in
spector of Yakima county. The crop
will total between 1.200 and 1,600 car
loads, the greatest in the history of the
Yakima valley. The crop is also freer
from pests of any kind than in any other
PARR-SIMMONS AB?Sr fIRM
All the large shipping points of the
United Stages ar. calline for Grand.
Rond. Valley's fruit. During this week
four carloads of pears will have been
shipped to Chicago by the Parr-Simmons
company of this' city. A car load of
apples went west this morning. Mr.
Simmons has also purchased thirteen
carloads of potatoes from growers in
the valley and has already shipped them
to eastern points.
Mr. Simmons buys his fruit direct from
the producer and always gets
TOBACCO CROP RUINED
(Hcrlpps News Assuclatlon)
Cincmati, Oct. II -It is estimated the
frost this morning damaged the tobacco
crop to the extent of four million dollars.
Thirty-four counties of Ohio, Kentucky
ana inaiana suite red.
MNS. DAVIS SERIOUSLY ILL
(Scrlpps News Association)
New York. Oct. II Mrs. JafT.ninn
Davis's illness . regarded a. serious. Her
co'd has failed to yield regardless of the
treatment she has boen undergring.
(Scrlpp. News Association)
bait Lak., Oct. I l.-Juda. C. W. R.n.
nett., for many years on. of the laadino
mining attorneys in Utah. wa. killed this
morning by a street car.
IN dlCtl SOCIETY
Ccrlpps New. Association)
N.w Port, Oct. 1 1 Mis. Evelvn Birht
aud M. A. Sand. w.r. married tvUu
It is an .vent of the fall season smnns
th. four hundred.
HEAVY SNOWS IN EAST
(Hcrlpp. New. Association)
KochesterN. Y. Oct. 1 1-Ther. sr.
heavy snows ov.r a larg. portion of th.
stat. today. Wir.s and trees ar. down.
(Scrlpp. New. Assoclstloa)
San Francisco, Oct 1 1-D.spita th
shak. up in political circle and th sus
pension of all leave of absences th. reign
of Urror continues.
Two holdups occured last night Two
aftarnoon papers following th. example
of th. morning papers appeal to th. citi
zens to taking a hand in tha matter of
cleaning the city of thugs. Hardware
dealer, today say th. number of Ml., of
ravolv.r. tine. th. begining of th. carni
val of crime i. not exaggerated.
They My that nineteen thousand i. a
conservauv. .sumac, and tnat heavy
Mies continue today. Two men suspect
ed of having connection with th. r.c.nt
Japan... bank robb.ry and murd.r w.r
arrested early thi. morning.
Judg. Eakin today granted an Injunction
wherein Arthur B. Brown, T. W, David
son and R. A. Marr ar. plaintiff, and
Alonzo Cleaver i. defendant
Th. complaint allege, for caus. of ac
tion that th. Central Railroad of Oregon
is a duly organized corporation; that th.
capital stock cons'sts of 20,000 shares of
the par value of $100 each; that 1925
shares of this stock is now In the hnds-of
defendant; that the plaintiffs ver that
they ar. th. owners of three fourths in
terest in these shares and that th. de
fendant holds them in trust for the bene
fit of the plaintiffs; that in case defendant
saw fit to dispose of this stock they will
be greatly and irrepairably damaged;
wherefore the plaintiffs pray for an order
and decree from the court restraining th.
defendant 'pending this suit from in any
manner transfering or incumbering said
stock and that th. plaintiffs be adiudired
to be 'the owners of three fourths of said
Rev. Fath.r McQrady will l.ctura this
v.ning in th. opera house on Industrial
Evolution. H. i. an orator of note, of
commanding personage and a polished
scholar. Our people seldom have such sn
opportunity and th. op.ra hous. should
be crowded. Th. pric. of admission has
been placed at 26 cents. Socialism .
and will continue to be an important fsr.i.
or in th. politics of our country and .v.ry
on. should become familiv with it ob
jects and by attending th. lecture tonight
you certainly will hav. th. subject pre
sented in an abl. mann.r.
(Scrlpp. N.w Association)
Chicago, Oct 11-Wheat ODer.edat 74 V
closed at 74,: corn opened at 42 M.
closed at 41 ; oat. opened at 54.
closed S3 V.
j Do You Play Football
The Junior League of the Methodist
church will meet at the home of Mrs.
Reeves Saturday afternoon at two thirty.
All members are requested to be pres
ent as business of importance will com.
the be.t i .
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