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Haines, Jan. 8 Town Marshal J. C.
Wooley and H. Wallace, a well known
rancher of this district were in the hos
pital here yesterday, the former with a
knife wound across the left side of his
neck and the latter with a bullet hole
thro his shoulder. The wounds are the
result of a typical border affray which
occured here Saturday night, caused by
the arrest of Ed York, another well
known young ranchman.
' York came into Haines Saturday and
having imbibed too freely of "red eye"
proceeded to create a disturbance. The
attention of Marshal Wooley was attract
ed by the drunken man and York was
placed under arrest.
BAILS FRIEND OUT
Hearing that his friend had been placed
in jj.il Wallace appeared before the mar
shal and put up a cash bail Tor the ap
pearance of York in court on Monday.
The bail was accepted and York given
iUoiiy upon the promise mat .he
would immediately leave town. York
and Wallace were accompanied to the
stable where their horses were kept, by
the marshal, who was going to assist
them in saddling and getting away.
Marshal Wooley held a lantern -in
one hand and with the other reached
for a saddle. At the same instant he
was strucK in the neck with knife in the
hands of Wallace. The knife tore a great
gash in the officers heck but fortunate the
wound was not deep enough to cause a
As soon as he struck the blow Wallace
ran down the street. He was followed
by York. Marshal Wooley recovered
from the effect of his wound and gave
chase. He raised an outcry ano was
quickly joined by his son. Togeather they
succeeded in running down their quarry,
but not until the marshal had put a fresh
wound in Wallace's shoulder, and his son
had a hot fistic encounter with York.
York and Wallace were locked up but
their injuries necessitated their removal
to the hospital for treatment York's
hurts were dressed and he was taken
back to jail but Wallace could not be
removed from his cot.
Marshal Wooly was taken to the hos
pital where his wound was dressed but
returned to his home as soon as he htd
fully recovered from the anesthetic.
("crlpps Nctve Association)
Washington, Jan. 8 In Jackson's honor
the National flag is flying over the capitol
and other public buildings today. Several
Democratic clubs will banquet tonight.
This is the ninety-first anniversary of the
battle of New Orleans when Jackson
routed the British Army.
(Scrlppa News Aaeoclatlon)
Manila, Jan. 8. A cold wave Is sweep
ing over the island. The temperature is
down to 65, the lowest in its history. The
natives art suffering, having no clothes
suitable for such a change.
Board and Roomers' at the Palmer
House. All white help. Reasonable
By competent man in tbe Grocery j
business, has had years of exper er.ee.
Inquire at this office.
CURED OF LUNO TROUBLE
"It is new eleven years since 1 had a,
narrow escapefrom conJxp!;cr," write,
C. O. Floyd.a businessman of I Kershaw.
S. C. "I had run down in weight to 135
pound), and coughirg was constant, bot.i '
by day and by nigit. Finally 1 began ;
taking Dr. King's New Discovery, and
continued this for abcut six months, when
my cough and iung trouble were ent;reiy :
gone and I was restored to my normal
weight. 170 pounds. Thousands of per-I
sons are healed every ye'r. Guaranteed !
at Newlin drug sure. SOc and $1.00.
trial bottle free.
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L 0. 0. F La Grande Lodge Noi 16.
meets in their hall every Saturday night
Visiting brothers cordially invited to at
tend. Cemetery plat may be seen at
J. A. Abbuckle, N. G.
D. E. Cox. See.
STAR ENCAMPMENT. No. 31,1. 0
0. F. Meets every first and third Thurs
days in the month in Odd Fellows hall.
Visiting patriarchs always welcome,
G. E. Fcwleb, C. P.
D. E Cex, Scribe.
M. W. A.-La Grande Camp No.
7705 meets evsry Moniay evening
at 1. 0. C . p hall. A I visiting
neighbors are cordially invited to
attend. F. B. Curret V. C.
C. S. William Clerk.
FORESTERS OF AMERICA Court
Maid Marion No. 22 meets each Thurs
day night in Redman ha!'. Brothers
re invited to attend.
Frep Hon Chief Ranger
L. L. Snoccrass Financial Sec.
Board of Trustees Dr. G. L. Biogehs
John Hall and C. S. W.lliaml
FRIENDSHIP TENT .o. ?. 1 . K. 0. T
.Meets second and fourtn Wednesdays
acn montn in I. O. 0. r". na I. Visiting
H. C. Ball. Com
7!o Bloch, Record Keeper
L.O. T. M. HIVE No.27. Meets every
first and third Thursdays in the after
noon at the Redmen nail. All visiting
iadies are welcome.
,i,AuiE burn, i.au wuiimiAUUtjr,
M. C. Vessey, Record Keeper.
B. P. 0. E., La GRANCE LODGE No
433 Meets each Thursday evening at
eight o'clock in Eiks' hail, on Adams
Avenue. Visiting Brothers are cordially
invited to attend.
E. W. Davis, Exalted Ruier
G. E. McCully. Recording Secretary.
LA GRANDE LODGE No. 169,
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Moats
every Friday of each month in
the K. of P. hall in the Corp building. All
visiting members welcome.
FkEo Jacobs Consul Commander
J. H. Keeney, Clerk.
RED CROSS LODGE, No. 27 Meets
every Monday evening in uastie nan,
Corpe building. A Pythian welcome to
all visiting Kntgnts,
N. L. Ackles. C. C.
R. Pattison, K. R. it S.
RATHF30NE- SISTERS Rowcia Tem
ple Nj. 9 uut.jts every Wednesday even-;
intf at 8 p. m is tho K. of P. Hall in the
Corpe building. Vis'ting memoers cordi-
liy invited. .
MlLi.lt ?raliy M. E. C
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LA GffANDE LOUOr: Nx 41, A. F.
& A. M. Kuuuiai r.iP.n'.irii; 2i and 4th
Tufways 7:30 p. m
L. H. KuSSEL, AT. M.
C. D. Huffman. Stc
REBEKAH-CHRVS . A. LODGE NO.
60 Muots ever Tues:i .y eeii.ii! at the
1. U. O. F. lodu Al. v.snn'g 'i-.embers
areinvitud tiuoiid May tracer, NG
Lizz e Hawokth Secretary.
MODERN orvUti.aRhiCOD OF
AMERICA .Vise's eve TuiJay even
ing Lewis hai. opposite Hats. Sinnir.
Visiting ms nosrs aiwaj wecima.
Auolst .stuart. Pres.
W. B. Sargent, Sec.
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