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GEANDE, UNION COUNTY: OREGON, . SAUDAY, ?JOVS!BF.Be.
:v;AYOR KILLS' ;
.irnit ATT31VTI(; TO KILL
bos; d'augiiti:k snciirs. ?
fas;mitj Given ai the Caue fur tbi
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i v- , j Straauo Artiou.
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j;esiiriif.tIoa of 11. 3. Grlsnold and JIIss
. FickltT Accented.
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FIRST OF ITS KIM) IN THE
HISTORY OF UNITED STATES.
ludnstrial Workers of America: When
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' Imprisoned for Street Speaking re
fuse Food Unions It Is of the Kigali
Kind Stomach Turn;) Used 3Iau
Kicked and Called "Skunk Traitor"
I For Weakening and Offering to go
To Woi ki
SpoKane, Nor. 6. A hutlger Bfrlko
similar to that of the suffragettes la
-,-.'-began. .among- the. to hun-
eii-j." 'ial workers la Jail . this
morning. . Those convicted of dis
ordiily conduct la ; Direct speaking,
I have bqt;n ' glv&i ' "bread '' and water
wlc'o 'dPiiy ' -hecttao' they' refuse to
work., Tblff the. first ;i. Juinffer
Btriko in the Lit6d Slates ."aa tboy
declare they von't eat until tboy 'atje
'glvc-n substantial icod.' The
: may try stomach pumps.
Lfw4a ?cliatattifl 'jalyned' ' tb'.3 '
j morbwg'nnd vftfleittcorM u, vwiov
oou. The omers kit icon on ! ecu-.
r.nii if nr,-.,i him "fJliuak. Trai-iirom
Uor.vv '4ir,.btasCcrj)u;-i prof rittn,p8 Ha :f was raised, by Mrs.; Hole no Ketue
Viil bc started. Utii fuoniing ill jtb4 j.v.aker- of yokane, :riVasblnlon.. who
mataoer of the canes., accovdins to is a wealthy suffragette.
Vincent Sk-John, of Chicago,'! council Mrs. Baker, nccompBiiiei to the sum
worker. Thres tJamar Knits have
Uvin started agaiast tlio city. I'swor
' arrests were made this i-rniu';:
tbe.Sioltcb yhow no
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WHh tbe grciUtiJ wet
u i... , i b'uvlm; i 'easy.
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OtJB LFSE OF MEN AD 1H)YS
iSEITSv OVERCOATS, FCBMSIIIXGS
AD SHOES IS LARGE AXP t'0
! TA1XS EVERYTHING TIIAT IS NEW
;WE CALL TAIITICILAC ATTEN
TION TO OUR NEW LINE OF FILL
OVERCOATS IN ALL WEIGHTS AM)
GRADES AND IN ALL OF.THK NEW
STYLES, SOME'-. WITH. MILITARY
COLLARS AND OTHERS ,TTl"irr.
A GREAT VARIEf Y OF I'.'TfERNS
-.; k " . run
jig vuf , prices ;
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(ireenburg, Pa. Nov. 6. First shoot
ins his three children, Elizabeth age
four and Kenneth, aged six," and Mar
garet, aged 1 1-2, E. J. Perry,
former? the mayor of the city, ehot
himself through the heart dying In
stantly. The' daughter, Elisabeth Is
dead but the two sons'may possibly
raepvie r. The rq can be no reason given
for' the act' as hla home life xvas al
ways the nnost pleasant and his finan
'4i tvuiiloii was excellent.
The uin called hia children Into the
room and deliberately shot them, one
after the' other and then believing
tJrem oil to be dead hfs shot himself.
Instantly eIring. It Is believed htat
Perry suddenly went insane from au.
unkpovfn .caue.. .' , ' ;'. . '
' W031 E ' TAK E ' P1KF.S ."E K.
SntTtapulks i I'fHiie rYotc for
nien" on Lofty jjuToiiut.
, . Colorado 'Springs. Npv. C- A JMack (
uag. r,. w
vouu, ..watt; buu.ca ;ju . i.ir . cicctt
toe cummu or nues i-.w.i:. i ne
ifrori) the cumrnit of PiUes P.;;d.k
Kilt W- six . suffragettes trom Denver
made the trip yehterday on a -special
train diid tba monf-ter banner was nn
'furlci. to the breeze. - lat. yesterday
fwn''.;-'r' titB!' vffls iirfui.y Mrs
O. 11. ?. nelmont of N-:v Yvrl. and wuc
riht to Mrs. I"!alv?r for this purpose.
or Men' at:
are" : Might
IIEADQUARTEKS Fdl; HDBBSRS
Now for the rubbers. We have a large stock iu all
sizes and styles. Itubbcrs for every member of the
family. Come in and let us fit you out. Our prices
the lowest. '
EityllTYEVtX WITNESSES .
-TESTIFY TO GlILT.
Bcfanse lYoniun was Found Lightly
liouud It Is Argued that She Could
Jl.ne Dene It Herself Dull Dozlnsr
Tactics I'sed by Lawyers Madame
Stclnbell hearing Up Brately and
Has Sjmpatby of Crowd.
Paris, Nov, 6.-The.Stelnheil case is
(passing the crisis today. ; " Eighty-
seven witnesses were summoned en
edavoring to prove the woman guilty,
every accusation being siezed by the
court as a further opportunity for
bull dozing. Another victory was
scored today when Reray Colard, her
J-.uslmnd's valet, testified as to finding
jtjie woman lightly bound,' indicating
"that she could have done it herself,
; Defense produced -a written statement
( issued immediately following the tragt
j e.1v, in whttjj it was sworn 'she was
i'tibi'y fcound, and impossible to do it
Througli the Inquisition Mme
Steinheil is bearing- tip wonderfully.
She is being called upon' to explain
every" rivial incident brought out by
the' testimony, doing it In a manner to
win the sympathy - of the entire as
semblage. Spectators are indignant
with the bullyli:g tactics of the prose
cutors, ' P'rosi-rutov? aghast at times
at the mai?",er with' which sho wiih-
"'"' "'" 'ii oiiil ' ti,i'.rs T" '. . .-
( ii.dl-il(a in their atempta ? : .,
j u; v a her teaiimony. ,
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bKATUK i.V'u'i 11 . J A NM LI. A (I J ' .
In Order io Prevent Spread of Plone
I.are'C Settlement of Son ' Combers
and Fihorrneu Mill Ee Wiped out
and Land Convert Vtt Into City Fark
"o More Similar Bnildlas Will
Eur lie itctraitled in City Limits.
, Seattle, Nov. fi. Over ,,.'
shaks, constituting an entire village
with a population of four bunded souls
was today condemned by Sanitary In
spector Willson, and following the
removal of the inhabitants, which wilt
commence today, w ill be burned. The
principal reason for this action on the
part of. the sanitary commission is oti
account of the .rats that Infest tho dis
trict; making their homes in "the drift
wood bemses that hove be n conKtrm t
ed along the beat h. - V '
The principal occupants of tbess
bouses ar beach combers ' and t'n:y
have collected in thla-Kifot in less than
a year ago, when a similar vilheo to
litis, was oi-dred' destroyed' 'by 'fire.
This i the first step that ttu cominW
sion have taken' against the infect;;; j
of the plague.
-' Tht iah'tlMtaiit nfe people' rrotn the
f;w. coraosja of the e-avtli- and tbfy
eke ont ;t living by 'fishing' In lb har
t out anl by li'.'acB combing. : '.'
.Aft'..;- this' regpu bi-.u len 'purlt'ed
i th !,.' me ijje citv r until .will tab
nJ-v-ps yn-vc.-rinft tb-:- l.niidlng of arty
j'ai"i:r of ihi'.-w v.oiKa;v nha ka.cn. t'if
i ::. nh;ii.is CQ
ri'fi'i the i ii o-3
! tbor r,.! v.l tra
FIRST HALF ENDS WITH TOUCH
DOWN FOR RAKER.'
jUuM Field Proves Advantage
Baker City, Nov. 6. The first half
of the foot ball game here between
La Grande and Baker high schools
ended with the half 5 to 0 in favor
of Baker. The heavy Baker team is
simply shoving the lighter Opponents
back by the force of weight, The
iiiudt'y fiekl is . giving the h'isvier
team the greater advantage, La
Grande is making a stubborn lijsht.
The La Grande lineup. " Ends.
Hamilton fud .Meyers: Tackbm, lnfle,
HeidenrMi am! Grundy; Guards, Urn
t!y aud A. ; Bean; 'Oene:, V. Bean;
fijijuarier, Irwin; Jlaivcb, Kails and
MjChilders; Full,' Williamson.
With an Ideal day before t'lem.
abont TOO ent.hi.irii,ir-t.i; football lovers
kft this morning on the fomioin
train for Baker City, with grim dev
tcrmitifitlon to contribute t!i) entire
puivor oC liioir huifv? U Gn' winnitiK "f
i ti'i-.v.. The piayere are feelliig fijirt
".! ..ill in Jubiiant spirits.
A. on,: t Ikh-.k who went to J faker
' to.'.iy were Ai'tia ' 11. Hogors'.'
f s B:u twuess, Y.'ilburu Jay. Ur,
V',yx T...ti IVatb, To:i Scoti.. JiaroM-j
Kr.i SIcKifi-nc-h, MU-s Uuih '!
'; i. ;:i'H: ' Prof. ia.i-:?.gi-T . T--.:-
: i G. I.'iriijrg, Xv. acs' i,
)! ' VV')-:; George - A' , '., ZA.
;:;... l-.-.rMri. iVrt (l-.-!,'i,:.,i, Ethel
k-.. McUeoticn, Mike riiilb:;--. Chester
Hf.milfoti and the Mi.-,es Alien end
Ttirt 1.rlMt'.:h criirtnut TiiiiimMa vi' it a
ijjsunk today, by smugglers. .
Accepting the reaignatioua of ProS
i'. L. Griswold of the h!;;h school
commercial department, - aud of. Mia-;
Emma Pickler cf the ".Seventh grade
ekctlug'-Mra.. Elizabeth Shoc-makex as
seventh grade teacher, was the busi
ness transacted by the board of school
directors which met last night In the
office of A. C. Williams, clerk of the
board. , " - ,.
J mi. oiioMimKer is a teacner of wide
fxperience baying taught for four
years In the government schools 'in the
Hawaiian lelaudsi. three .years' on tha
Isle of Pines, Cuban , territory, , and
last year in a 'Presbyterian "'lutusfon
jKhoot in Matanioros, Mexico. . '.Pai
also taught iu the (schools' of Oregon
iefore the; time that sha went out to
Hawaii.. Sometime ngo Mrs, Shoa
iimUer was elected as substitute teuch
er in Pae schools of La Grande.. . ,
KOQ INL-mnY- TO . nK.;.FOvn;R- ;
' :n in. TiiK wi y Di: p.os '..
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J'atnt ut Union.
. Superintendent ..,'lumes Witbyt oiule
of the agricultural detjlirtment of the
prftgon Agtiicillturai 1 Co." I gej w..fs ij
th0 city for a few hours this mornint'
on', hiu way to Union where ho Ms. to
jiptmd a few (inys with hfs son ' P.l
.Wjthycomb 'tif tli)-' etief?iietital' f..e-iu
plaiting uu' 'extensive "line of now ex
J)elnients in atiituxl husbandry., Par
tirtilar attention is to ba paid to hogs
both along the lines of breeding and
fending.. Superintendent AVithjcothba
Baw.' 5 J "v -''i -y'j
'JOreguu Imports annually .1,000,000
in liog products. Tbia we Giiuk should
he kept In Oregon. The Grande Itonde
valley seems to be oue of the best
adopted localities for hog raising In
ihe United States and we are going to
bpeclalize along this line at. the farm
at "Union." , : 1
! Superintendent rWlthyeombe will
return early In the week to Pendleton
wbere' he will attend the wooigrower.s
FIVE KILLED AND NEARLY
TWO HUNDRED INJURED.
Jers y City, N. .1. Nov. 6. Five peo
ple were killed and nearly 200 Injured,'
some of whom are seriously bint, in
a wreck of the passentrer train On en
tering t ha Pennsylvania yards ,f ..day.
Four tars were, demolished. , Tin
train was .tfc lce.nl passenger on Hit
Pennsylvania. Pailrond out of Phila
delphia. The train rnn into nu onen
swiuli on. eiit.-iluB the yard at -swlck
. street Jilnetion. The dirw t
of the wreck was on ; s 'iin ct' -'
switch e.ngin rutm'na i.i, to clear i'bv
Itieoti.lti? (t.isi-niv.'r ;ind deavio:; 'j 'Jk
HWif'h (ipe ' f r ! (bell, 'i'l-p jit,
senger erni. ", ?irli in.:', r ,'a'l
vpe -l ami in u i'tfi , r nisiieil in1? tt:-1
switch en).;!' e. '
f. (!i.'i ii p .i a t .
r the- f-nt'iiMVis.
wulk.. r that u i
in. t.h-." SAllfti engine we.-c '.hi-'
;il!,v hilled. It vva :t cv.'U.-im'.M io'.t
- i ' m::k.iiiy ; up; lont fivi.. jin.i v-:':j
i.!t s;,eed . w!;t-i the colision Oe DTl'i'l
Tln 'accident came so umldeiilv vrt
tb" ti dn 'crew were unrldo to junnv
nnd save themselves. In the ma'' fttr
thre was over a million dollars in
specie b2ing transferred to New Y rlc
in the cure of the Adams Express com
p-jny, and the first thought at thi
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t). . jt n. Ti) cct rnoar ; ; '
liiLti.titi) to in mm.
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Surveyor Sow at Yi'ork on One Rout
Undi i-tj-round J'ushase.. Will lie Six
, di'.cs long and will Shorten Koad
Eishtecn miles Cut Off Highest uud
Hardest Full Hettitciv ilunlingtoa
and Portland. j
; .7w.i"Uu ui mo Diggest tunnels fci ''
this soction of tho country are to bring
two of the gyeatcfJt railroads of tba
country into, the Grande, Kond valley
seems to' be assured from reliable re
trt$. One fit those tunnels la now be
ing 'surveyed by the O. H. N.,' be
tween -- (111 card nnil 1 fnrun ' nn.1 !!
other is about to be started, by the
raysterloaa ' Strayhorn -of . tlu) ' North
poaiit .iome where on the headwaters
of tho Walla Walla'rlvtr. ' :- , j
"News : Of Mho .1 inward (urmel leilajl
out last eevning yhen' ' it became
known- that surveyor, had been wovli
1S on-the project for some time'ThV
big Rids track- at HUgard,- also, has
its significance in this connection.. The
tunnc! Is to start at Hliga!.o.:i is to
cc-tij.;: out. ;it or Vear tao t;tion of :
nu.iY-'-.v, tflf '.' V lt-,VV-t
" TT).. ,'t licet will' l,n about "tlx iniles
e-'isiu, unung on j.a mutts oi tn
tllv'ysnca, fi"t thc'.dbi.no-m miles -will.
r-.l1 ' 'f'.n '.---,,,,, 1 . ' i - i.t....- .......jii.
. -. " . . .. . i,.... ui,-.m.. j'Ullf!,-
h. - the -bsi ;'&,-t; ;,.; : !. ( tavern .llunt .
- . .v-.-.ti'.-j t.i.
st;u!c;i,;o! an-.';l(i to' hf cut. off ,
tl'ie map. , -. . j
Cuneerritti t!,' tunnel projected hV
,t?ie .North -'t'wt -'nwl from. VVathi
,V..-:Vn. the ,M!iti'irn,je f- s -.: .' j- ,
eVlfbl tW iw-,icd tnteiilion of fifiend
lo.? the present' winter and 's iou-ii
f'.n!fTi'-V j I i -tit't -civ, Jt'Mn !rw..-ii.lt 1-'
f-?asifcie tltr.ncl route thrcnVh. t X'ivjj ,
Iti'ouiiiS fjro4..;'frutJ)' foj'k o.iJ'Jjfv
headwaters of. tiJ VtvllV Walla river, '
11. ii. Ciark.,. conauJ.riB,ff e.r.i'iricerj- f.
Xl. K. Strahocn, 'pre-side.ijt of the North
Const railway company, Was taMUtoh.
5 Ws week nrr;uij;lpf to make u)'a pack
i'.iu iu ii;iuii iu e.irijr. uia crew ftnu
flu'nt.llea t-a thd' point of operation.' :
i t m announecmeat made by the bui
veyeor Is regarded here as an lndlcaj
tlon that MJlton will probably be a
division point for the mysterious rail
way magnate, who is known to be
seeking an easy grade pass across the
Blue Mountains for the North Coast
road, which has all the indications of
being a transcontinental road. When
questioned as to the comparative value
or the ptisa up tho wo) la walla river
with tho one up Mill creek on which
It is known that Mr. Clark and his as
sociates have been working for months
he said thatthere was no doubt, in hi's
mind after making careful estimates.'-,
that the. Walla Walla route would be
tht; one to be picked on. -,
viiiih"r or'iiot (lie rwd would' go
up ( o:i-e creek- and cross .over .to ttpy '
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IW1I nr,i, il'Hl ii-r( mi; t,r !iU 'iCilld "l l.Y
ftp' tho. Walt a y.i.lb'riv;r Is. a rukttar .
at lancii upe.f: ulalion. '
Just b'w tie:- line- would enter rto '
mile.y ;H UiU oint cr-nfiot.be told bnt.
j it. ',h evt J'Uijit il will pro i v.ed y
j (''. :(eare-.i!.--'r-.vte fawi .Keiiivwh jfe-
lywyxh'y, f u -s U; 'vr-Mulry Jil-.l
jUmitiirM tt." .Vii-l.-uvn ' 'W.ix " ler'i'ifotj.y, ..
i IrcJ ' uVtind :. 'JPFwVck inu u'iie:r''
.;..".'? ;-t;4 eiii' into MH- '
""v.-;i.; "-r mueh as l.hf
ii,r.. '( now Keetii'S V'--'r''
I. M'.:Mr Vall.i .-.il!
t -c f.i'.'lv "'ly the Nor'h Co:-",- in
acctu'it ofi . t tin ont 'of tl:,n. way - of its
liv:.'!ho,i from Uje rojie wh Irh la , now.-
fll'Oplf'jed, ,' ' ..'-
tra'n men on thn piissciiger was that
they had been wrecked for the rur-
pose or ronoery.
Company detectives are guarding
tne treasure, a numncr ot we mjarec.
ire not expected to survive.
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