La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959, November 05, 1906, Image 1

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    eep Your Money At Home And 7W at c h The "Town Grow ':
(Bcrlpp. News Association)
- Chicago Nov. 5--Twanty-firea stas
elect a full state ticket tomorrow. Seven
elect minor state officers, thirty-two elect
lejisf tures. and ill ex:eDt Oregon. Maine
nd Vermont wh ch tuue held their elect
ions, elect full ticket.
Milwaukee W,s., Nov. 5 -Trie Reajb
licn ctaim eight to a lunired thouun-l
lead for Governor Davidson, the presen'
occupant of the chair. The Dsmocrats
claim t lead of fiftsen. Congressman
Bibcock's re-election is unc.rta.n. A
l:ght vote is indicated.
Des Moines la., Nov. S-Governor
Cummys claims re-election by a hundred
thousand. "Stand patters" will probably
knife him however.
New York Nov. 5 Tnisis "Dough Day"
at Tammany. It is said that Tammany
has distributed seventy thousand dollars
to district leaders to bnrg out votes
Betting today is four to one on the r e
publican candidate for governor. Wood
ru says that the Republicans will place
Chas. Hughes on the governor's cha'r by
a plurality of over two hund edtnu-and
Newf'ork, Nov. 5. Ihmsen says that
Hearst will win by 200 000. General
Bingham ton ght will transfer 7000 p:l;ce
meru He thinks that by th;s action it will
be certain to keep patrolrre i from inter
fering in the election, as each man will be
in a strange pa.e and no one knows
where he w 1 ba stationed to morrow.
The straw votes continje toia. all of
which are unfavorable to Heirst. Tne
indJendant candidate's chances in Brook
lyn are steadiiy decreasirg.
The bai o!s will all be p-inted thus al
laying considerable rear. Ovjr twonni
lion hav'Jwan pintad in ti;!as". sinn'.y
two hours
Der.ver Nov 5 lrrritiai opinions tc
day concede that the R-3pur,licans wi.l
carry the sta.e o? Colorado oy a: ;e-ist
ten thousand.
Washington Nov. 5 President Roose
velt will receive returns at the White
House, tomorrow night, after returning
from voting at Oyster Bay.
He will receive telegrams from friends
advising him of the trend of affairs in their
nspective localities, also bulletins from all
of the press associations and telegraph
Secretary Bonapart upon the sanction
o' the President has issued ar. order to all
mpbyes in the navy yards that they will
oe allowed to go home and vote to
Washington, Nov. 6 The weather
bureau predicts for election day, fair and
warxer in the east and middle west; in
the southwest rain; Minnesota rain or
snow; colder in Montana, Wyoming and
Charlston W. Va., Nov. 5 A serious
trouble has occured in Mingo county.
The governor has been asked to send
t'oops. The Republican election corn
miss oners and a deputy United States
marshall are in jail. The companies of
malitia are under orders awaiting the
go erior's nvestigaton.
Charlston, W. Va.. Nov. 5, 3:30 p. m.
Three companies have been ordered to
Williams, upon the representation of the
Postmaster and attorney Scherr, thi
Democrats have sworn in one hundred
depiities and have driven the negroes from
the county and are planning to steal the
I election machinery.
Reno. Nev., Nov. 5 -The Democratic
siiver party claims the election by a large
majority and say that the election of
Sparks for governor and Bartlett for
congressman is practically assured.
There is a strong fight for state senator
as that man will be electeJ t o United
bta'es Senate two years hence. Tne
Democrats are pledged to Sanator New
lands but the Republicans are not
San Francisco Nov. 5 With the excep
tions of a few eleventh hour speeches
the campaign in California closed today
and the last day is being devoted to the
formulation of plans to bring out voter .
Clear wheather has been predicted for
tomorrow and all parties expect to bring
out the full vote. Republican Chairman
Stone, in a statement issued today, claim
ed victory for the entire Republican ticket
be a 30.000 lead. The Democrats claim
Bell's election by 80,000. Lang-
don't manager makes no predictions as
to the size of the vote but says that in
dications surely point to the election of
Bell was to have delivered his final
speech here at noon but his throat trouble
would not allow it' He has left for his
home but stated he was confident of his
Boston, Nov. 6 Tom Lawson's prom
ised boom for Moran came today in the
shape of half page ad in aM newspapers
of the city. The vein of the ads is a gen
eral denouncement of the moneyowai sat d
calls upon the common people to demand
their rights.
Seattle, Nov. 6. Chairman Debruler of
the Republican state committee said to
day "The campaign has been apathetic
because of the lack of effective opposi
tion. Because of this apathy there will
be a reduction in the norma! vote."
Chairman Titelow of the Democratic
party said "Our cause is in the hands of
the labor vote and should that vote re
main steadfast, we will greatly . reduce
the Republican majority. We expect to
increase our representation in both
Boise, Idaho, Nov. 6. Chairman Brady
issued a statement this morning claiming
that the ssate will give Governor Gooding
the Republican candidate for re-election.
15000 majority. The Republicans will
elect sixty-one out of seventy-two of the
legislature. Chairman Lockhart, of the
Democrats, claims a majority of two
thousand and a slight control of the legislature.
(Scrlpps New Association)
New York Nov. 5 The old full rigged
ship C. F. Sargent which arrived here a
few days ago in a battered condition
having expirinced a full Cape Horn storm
on her voyage from Portland Oregon has
seen the last of her rxean going trips.
She is turned into a coal Hulk to-day.
The stout old vessel isat least sixty years
old and is supposed to be the last of the
old American full -rigged ships.
Her hull is still rs sound as the day
she left the stocks, but owing to her bulk
and slow speed cannot compete with the
modern rigged craft.
(Scrlpps News Association)
. Pittsburg, Nov. 6 Roger Omar, a de
tective in charge of gathering evidence
for the defense of Thaw, stated today,
"Thaw will stand trial on a plea of justi
fication and his attorneys will make no
effort to prove him insane when he shot
White." There is no explanation for the
sudden change in plans.
' J. A. Thronson, this morning received
the assay from the concentrates secured
by the test run of the Aurelia mill, and to
say that they were satisfactory is stating
the facts ' in a mild way. The essay
shows a total value of $223.66. .n order
to properly appreciate this figure one
must remember that th nrt iiH tn -
cure this sample was what was considered
the very poorest ore to be found in the
mine. This class ' f ore was used because
the mill was new and it was feared that
it would not save the values until it was
re-adjusted. In this they were mistaken
for the assay of the tailings showed that
only $2.03 in value passed over the
plates and tables. It is thot by the mine
officials that when the real work of mill
ing begins, it will b found that the aver
age will reach near the three hundred
dollar mark.
The officials of the Aurelia mines are
to be congratulated upon the great amount
of successful work accomplished the past
summer. Aside from doing a considerable
amount of development work, a six mil
a ,
The Luxury of Good Shoes
Nothing to compare with the .greatful comfort
of shoes that fit.
Nothing go pretty as a dainty foot in a dressy shoe
See our foot helps first aid to comfort shoes
built for style and foot ease as well.
Our stock of Fall footware, for Men, Women, and
children is extraordinarily large, offering a perfect
range for choice in the various styles our prbes are
tne very lowest that could be made on shoes of such
high quality.
(Scrlpps News Association)
Albany N. Y.Nov. 6--The trial of Chas,
E. Fitchum the former teller of the First
National Bank of Saratoga who is eharg
ed with embezzling $1 16,000 five years
ago was continued to-Hay The prisoner
admits he took $30 00 and that the
rema:nner was used to cover over
Men's and Womens shoes "Diamond Special" $3.00 to $3.50 in box-calf and viol
in all new lasts, etc.
par Excellence" for men and women-$4.00 to $5.00 vici, kanceroo, also patent
..j men ii n a 11 Qhans? the "shdAC thnfnro,-ri,i.--..,,.Ji-: !
i rti l-av-wi"- iw, n.ANOfcKUU, aiso PAT)
f kid and vica kid all shapes the shoes that are guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Also Complete Line of WORK SHOES and CHILDREN'S SHOES
.t Colt Bj'. r.ew toe E very fine
2310 Pa
23 IS K'13
K:d B.'jcher. Harvard tee Q J CA
new heal a shoe that does rot s;u
" new iii
I 2647 Vici B ucher Auto tee. very fine upper, QQ
reaj ,
1:607 E E Kangaroo ua: pia:r, i.e
25S9 Ve.our Caifba'. new tee. heivy soil
2553 Bex Ca'.f B:uc-er new tee. heavy sole
1815 Vici Turn Sale Cushion Sole, Cuban tJ CA
heel, opera toe 45.DU
30060 Vici Blucher Duchess toe Cuban heel C2 CA
welt ,
1816 "Easy Feet" Vici blucher welt, cush
ion insole (sure cure for corns)
M80 Vici Blucher, Welt E Bonton toe .
U90 E. Vici Blucher 2 lift heel, patent tip C CA
$2 00
476 Nurse maid rubber heel and side
Phone Black 130
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Vergere No. 27
(Scrlpps News Association)
Seattle, Nov. 5 Charles Wray, mana
ger of the Pacific Coast Amusement as
sociation, died this morning of Bright's
disease, aged forty. He was the theat
rical bussiness manager of theatres in
very city on the coast.
(Scrlpps News Association)
Cleveland. O., Nov. 5. Backed by a
$4,000,000, Myron 1. Hernck of this
city and Thomas F. Walsh, of Denver
are nearing the completion of a scheme to
harness fifty mountain streams in Colo
rady for the development of water power.
At first they will only supply a territory
within a radius of one hundred miles from
a central station but will gradually taks
in the entire middle est.
(Hcrlpps News Association)
San Francisco. Nov. 6.- The answer to
the order of Judge Wolberton of the United
States circuit court requiring the board of
education of this city to show cause why
an injunction compelling the re-installment
of I Yasuhara. a Japanese pupil re
cently excluded from the Pacific Heights
jrammar School, was filed this after
noon. The order was issued following
an application for an injunction presented
to Judge Wolberton with the intention of
making this a test case. The application
is made on the grounds that the present
resolution of the Board of Education ex
cluding Japanese pup, Is from the city
schools is a violation of the treaty now
ex stirg between the United States and
the Empire of Japan. T e legal points 'in
the case will be argued tomorrow. Am
bassador Aoki. of Japan, has made re
peated calls to the State Depatrnent at
Washington and has discussed the ques
tion in all its bearings witn Secretary
Tokio. Nov. 5. Members of a. I sections
of t e Diet take exception to the new
Un'ted States regulation exclud r.g the
children of Japanese citizens in America
fro-n the public schools. Ths nswspapers
hsre warmly discuss the subject and as
sert that the rule is a violation of rights
undsr the treaty signed in Washington on
Nov. 22. 1894 and proclaimed on March
21st 1896.
(Scrlpps New Association)
Milwaukee, Nov. 5 The court this
morning decided that Capt. Pabst, the
famous brewer, before his death illegally
transfered tohishiers $4,000,000 of his
estate and the administrator is ordered to
pay into the state treasurv, an inheritance
tax of about $160,000.
road has been constructed, a ten ton
quartz mill installed, a mill building fifty
six feet by fourteen feet erected and over
twelve hundred feet of ditch constructed.
A thirty light electric plant has also been
installed. In other words, the mine ha
been properly equipped and placed in con-
Hitinn fnr nnorwflAfi TW knsn 4f
within a period of lest than a year and
with an expense of less than seven thous
and dollars. This amount also includes
all the tools, teams and wagon which are
still on hand and in good condition.
Thh test given the mi'l proved beyond
all doubt that the miU i adapted to th
needs of the ore and that there will be
no question a to saving the concentrate. '
The sample shown at the Observer
office wsre of ths finest quality, and Mr.
Thronson state that in milling no diffi-"
culty from slum or dimes were expert- .
need. The Aurelia by thi time next
year have made har owner rich and the
upper Grande Ronde river mining district
(Scrlpps News Association)
Chicago, Nov. 6 The court this morn
ing issued a writ of habeas corpus for
Leopold who is accused of having murd
ered Margaret Leslie. The attorney for
the deferdant claims that the police want
to take him over the scene of the mnrder
in an effort to force a confession, The
court said today that the sweat box sys
tem would have to be smashed if he con
tinued to sit on the bench.
Judge Pinckney ordered the Sheriff to
take charge of Leopold and keep him.from
the police until the trial.
While Stensland was testifying against
Hering he related the story of his down
fall which dates back to ten year ago
when he said he lived on Ave thousand a
year. Weeping bitterly Stensland asked
to be excused and taken to the jail.
Herring was given three sentences of
one to fourteen years to run concurrently.
Stensland was given two additional sen
tences of one to fourteen years to run
concurrently with the one he is now serving.
(Scrlpps News Association)
Montreal, Nov. 6 The number of immi
grants from the Canada during the past
year was 189,064 an increase of 42793 .
over 1905. Ths immigrants from the
United States numbered 68,910, or 14,
287 more than in 1906. Canada has
for year pursued a policy of inducing
immigration by extensive advertising and
paying houses to immigration companies. It
is said tiat each Brittish imgrant cost
Canada $ 1 3 aud agriculturist and ser
vants cost the government $8 each. The
homestead entries in 1 906 amounted to
34,646 in Manitoba and the northwest.
The so called fertile belt in thi section
of the dominion contain 90,000,000
acres suitable for settlement, of which
67,250,000 have been granted to rail
roads, homesteaders etc, leaving 22,760
000 acres for homesteads.
(Scrlpps News Association)
Washington Nov. 6 The.supreme court
upheld the lower court which passed
sentenced on Rev. J. C. Rsyling, of Geor
gia, for hiring a negro to assassinate a,
family by the name of Harter.
i8crlppe New Association I
Chicago, Nov. 5-Wheat opened at 74V
closed at 74 V, corn opened at 451
closed at 4 3 lb ; oats opened at 546'
closed at 34'B.
We so!(!Ct rubber goods carefully because careful choosing is necessary. A
slight difference in quality makes a big difference in the time such goods last.
Just now
are vtiry seasonable and we have good ones at most reasonable prices. A
hot water battle is the most suitable antidote for cold feet. It is also con
stantly useful for curing pain of every sort. Heat is the harmless cure for
pain. Full line, also, of fountain, bulb and combination syringes and other
rubber goods.
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