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L AGRANDE, UNION COTJiJTY, OREGON. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1910. -
IWS FROM INTERIOR THAT
BANDS OF ENTRYMEN ARE
' .COMING, HASTENS IT.
Liil'JG fJEXT MDfiDM
interest in Coming Land Office Op
ening Next - Monday : Quickens as
Seventeen form JnLIne at Laad
.Ofllce This 'Morning Crowds Cora
iBK From John" Dy "and win
r.. ' D.t.1 Jl. IHna 'I' ll f o L'.Aiilni
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Telephone messages from ..the In
terior of Oregon that two bands of
timber and stone entrymen Intent
on filing on land eliminated by presi
dential proclamation , and . to be filed
on at the La Grande' land office next
a -, tm
Monday at' 9 o'clock, are headed for
La Grande and will probably reach
.here 'this evening. tu;Id?nly precipi
tated a lineup of seventeen timber
: and stone men this morning and they
1 are now holding their respective po-
altions awaiting the opening of the
'.'Cbor. The proverbial lineup of home-
steaders is eliminated this year
V through the rulings of the depart
ment -that the man who settles on
; his prospective tract for. thirty days
ending next Monday : morning, has
! thirty days in which to file. However,
the t.lmher and atone entrvmen are
different and the lineup which will
' become materially enlarged when the
John Day delegations reach here,
who wjll be entirely lumbermen.
. The men and boys now holding
X down positions, were in La Crande
4 for several days and when, this morn
ing, news of the invasion of La Grande
? by Jolt a Day delegations under two
, different cruisers, the line was has
' tlly formed and it is supposed the
tardy ones will drop in behind to
i night or tomorrow morning. A fow In
.line now seek Wallowa land, but the
majority are after Grant county
Race Will Probably be Monday.
vr Tf in Tipnhohlo that anmn tall rap-
j lng will take place immediately af
'. ter Sunday at midnight. If there are
two entrymen seeking ..tl)e i'same
i piece of land and both have lived on
it during the thirty days as ulred
both have equal 'chance fW title, and
: the one filine'first Is feccEnlzfedr.':Surch
! being, the aqe .It., ip believed, .that
,:i there will be some-lively. hustling
', from Grant, Baker and Wallowa coun
I ties ' Monday. Where only one man Iff
1; settled W i tract,- he has thirty days
THE NEW RULES COMFORT
- ' THE' GAME MUCH.t
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"r i A . KTWrm. ' I they've mofe foot- : r. 1 .-.s ,
" . Fox in Chicago Post.
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In which to reach tbe land office to
file. , . ; ' 'vv;.
The men now la the lineup here are
under the crulsershlp of D. C. Br&
schoux .who Is looking' after their
personal interests in the way of
keeping them as comfortable as possible.
PEA RE'S NEW FIXTURES.
Making Ideal Palace of His Jewelry
Establishment' , ' ,
J. H. Peare Is ttoday 'Installing d
number of new show cases and other
fixtures In his Jewelry establishment
that makes H very palatial In appear
ance. He has also added one of the
new Keratometer for the testing of
eyes which is found In a room espec
ially prepared for the work. The In
terior of the room is black and no
light is obtainable except what comes
from the machines and is under per
fect control: Mr. J Peare has worked
for some time on5 this arrangement
.Z no um ii couipietea.
BUT ENDS IS
COOT WILL DIE S00.
Czar and Procurator Consult as to the
St. Petersburg, Nov. 19-Czar
Nicholas and the procurator of the
Holy Synod of the Greek church are
in consultation today over the ques
tion of withdrawing the edict of ex
communication against Count Tol
stoi without awaiting the consent of
the novelist who is still alive though
near death. '
Count's Physician have kept con
stantly a communication wth the, pal
ace. The last message Btate dthe .writ
ers death Is a matter of only a mat
ter of a few hours that his heart ac
tlon is so low and he is unconsci
ous frequently. Oxygen is being used
to prolong life. ' '
MRS. FRENCH IMPROVED.
t'ndersroes Successful Operation
Hot Lake This Week Improving,
Word comes from Hot Lake that
Mrs. Will French has withstood the
recent operation performed by Doctor
Phy this wetk and is' much better.
The operation, was a very delicate one
and Mrs. French was In a critical con-
diUon earfier in the week, bu Is on
he,way to .full recovery now.
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' Rev. J. S.J Youell of Union, passed
through the city today on hla-way to
Miltonr 't .- t
MOTHER IF THEY DON'T , HELP
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Invasion Washington Officials Be
Has ' Been Uncovered Mexico City
In Great Danger.
Washington, November... 19 KnowT
ledge . of a- gigantic conspiracy to
start a revolution in Mexico is caus
ing the, state department much worrjf
today. From authorltive sources it is
fearn'ed t6day"that evidence of a plot
has been discovered in four bordej"
states and so far had the plans pro
gresse dthat the revolutionists ; wer
ready : to . start for Mexico CUy to
capture it. The revolutionary leaders
are in Virginia, xvew Mexico,. Arizona
and Texas but are under surveillance.
One official declared todayi Ibat the
United States is determined not to al-
low any infraction of the neutrality
laws.' He. said, Anti government for
ces In Mexico have been working sec
retly for a long-time to.-overthrow1
Diaz. Their, plan is to ; gather thejr
forces on this, side -of, the border;
and then march across. Mexico to Mex
ico City. While Texas is ostensibly
New Haven, Nov. 19 With all the
odds and dope against tbem, Yale this
afternoon succeededj in holding down
the heavy Harvard foot ball team to a
score of nothing to nothin. It was one
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, o fthe most spectacular games of the
season.! :i ' ?. f. m--. . '
Evem in this Harvard was ftfr-
linate for as the following records
show', it is; "rare ' occurrence when
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;i897Yai'e.' 6: 1 HAfvarA
1898-arvard, hi; Vafe 03
1 l'8sl9 Yale! ' 0: 'HiJvird- fi
1900 Yale; 28;r Hai'vard? 0,
-1901-ilarvard 2?;, Yale, 0.
J902r-Yale, 23; Harvard,. 0.
Two fire alarms fa' 'rapid succes
sion this afternoon; kept the fire de
partment on the run. "An alarm turn
ed in . at, 3:30 when 'fire, was report
ed in an old .building owned by 'J. E.
Foley pear the Roesch Ice iiousej The
department returned to quarterii be
fore reaching the'' place becaus'the
alarm had been annulled. Later It
was found" that the"place was really
afire and the department responded
the' second , time. '
The lasf alarm proved to b.? a iabr
SHIP REMAINS TO PORTLAND
Pioneer's Body Sent to Portlnntl Last
Night for Interment Today.
:. Under charge of rlativr the re
mains of the late H. S. ,;'eu were
TO NOTHING TD NOTHING SCORE
1: SENSATIONAL CONTEST :
TWO IFIBEJiyRMS IN SUCCESSION
KEEPS DEPARTMENT ON IS
Ready to Repulse
the home of the revolution it wa
learned today that New Mexico an
Arizona were equally . populated b
Mexicans. At a signal from the: lead
ers, it is said, thousands of men' froi
the - United SUtes-sldaataskjl
thousand from northern Mexican
tow'na ar ready, to tafye' the eld.1"'
Campbell Is Precautious."
Austin, Texas, Nov. 19 Governor
Campbell today ordered the entire
force of Texas rangers' to proceed to
the Mexican border' and to break up
armed bands of Mexicans forming, It
Is believed, to revolt In Mexico.
Governor Campbell announced he
would patrol ever section of the bor
der between Texas and Mexico. The
order followed the receipt - of con
firmed information that armed bands
of Mexicans were 'gathering' and that
Americans ' feared an !naslon. Ac
cording to advices received, about 100
1903 Yale, 16; Harvard; 0. : ,
1901 Yale, 12; Harvard 0.
1905 Yale, 6; Harvard, 0. ,
1906 Yale, 6; Harvard, 0. . '
1907 Yale, 12; Harvard, 0.
1908 Harvard, 4; Yale, 0, . (, ,
1909 Yale, 8; Harvard, 6. . , . .
The Yale blue and Harvard Crim
son was: the color in the Elm. City
today. Harvard is touted as having the
strongest team f the east while, Yale
has the weakest team !it has. turned
out in years. Odds and weight.i'were
against Yale, but It Ib sure it-won't
be a walkover even if Harvard does
win. This afternoon the deal is ideal,
cold and clear and it is .predicted that
i 35,000 will witness the struggle. ;
shipped to Portland last night and in
terment is to take place today. Mr.
Allen was for twenty years clerk of
the Portland school board and was a
prominent character in the' metropo
lis. He moved to 1a Grande about a
year ago and lived on a farm a short
distance from the city. ' ' '
COMIC OPERA COMING. ,
"Time Place and the Girl" Coiiiin to
. La Grande November 13.
W. A. Junker, business manager
for "The Time, Place and the Girl." is
in La Grande today making arrange
ments for the coming of his company
to this city.The show will be pres
ented at the Steward, November 30.
Mexicans are encamped In small
bands along the Rio Grande.
According to advices received from
Eagle Pass and Del Rio. the Mexi
cans 'began a concentrated movement
across .the river and Americans has
tily spread the alarm and soon th?
ranchmen nd cowboys were gather
ed awaiting a hostile move. ' '
Instead of marching into the Amer
ican towns the Mexicans are reported
to have began , a " concentration 'on
the Mexican side, possibly prepara
tory to the revolutions. '
FUXERAL SERVICES TOMORROW.
Remains of Gladys Myers to be", In-
' terred Tomorrow Afternoon.
At 1:30 (fclock tomorrow afternpon
the' body -,-of Gladys- Myers, daughter
of Mr. and Mr'a: Harry ti.' Myers, will
be laid away from the Methodist Epi3-
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copai cnurcp. Dr. J. D. Gillllatf Mill
SENSATIONAL CONTEST GOES T.O
Ann Arbor Contest Definitely Set
ties Championship -Question.
Ann Arbor, Nov.' 19 Michigan's
Wolverines this afternoon effectually
clinched the championship of the mid
dle west by. trimming the Minnesotta
eleven in a six to 0 score on the Ann
Arbor field. The game, fraught with
great sensation, was a surprise to
football circles Minnesota was, pick
ed to win and the defeat df the stur
dy men'from Dr. William's town .was
a distinct reversal of the dope eheet.
Deciding Western Cliiiniitloiishlp.'
, Ann Arbor, Mich, Nov. 19. It Is pre
dicted th'rty thousand will witness the
game this afternoon between Minne
sota and Michigan universities to de
termine the western football cham
pionship. " '
McMastcrs Visits , La Grande.
Jesse McMasters of Union is here
today transacting business matters.
The EnglNh JIjiIoh V-
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Tlirouf'i siosltllllrs m
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S!.H TO 0
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FOR 111 M
'TO 3 t,
MEETIXC CALLED FOR TOMORROW
AT 10 O CLQCK WHEN TlltV
J -.i WILL BE DIStlSSED,,..5 ...
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Eerie' Coming to La Grande Next
4 Monday, to Go Into Final' Action
jtgards fflovm? oi the Jsugar rac
tory From La Grande George Stbd. '
dard Anxious to1 Cotistilt "WIth Uie
Bnsinesi Men Before Eccle8 Ar-
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,As a preliminary to the 'coming
nent Monday of Da14 Epcleg "tjoldf
fnlteTy ancl flffally decide on the pro
poped plan of moving Anialga'mat-
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ed Sugar factory, from this, city ( a
business "meh'8 meeting will he held
at ftha Commercial club ,tqmorrpw at
10 o'clock at which .time George .Stod
dard will represent the i factory . In
terests In 'a 'discussion of what will
be done. The meetihg- is' an Import
ant 'one -as It' Bhouldi be- held: nrior to
the arrival -of ' the sugar i king rom
Ogden; No definite plan of procedure
has been outlined but Mr. Stoddard1 la
anxious 9 feave 'the proposition dis- '
cussed jVith the businessmen' of the
; oity and ,w;hen ; tte president' of the
company , reaches . here , Monday, Mr.
Stoddard will be: in a position to dis
cuss the situation with Mr. Eccles.
President Collier and - Secretary
Church . urge 'a .large attendance
promptly at 10, o'clock tomorrow.
, Another Matter VU ' '
In addition to this subject,the mat
ter of making a concerted ,effort to
brlrig the proposed i Eastern Oregon
Insane asylum to Union will be com
menced at this tfmel Other 'towns,
Pendleton .and Baker-City, - are' up
end doing and it behooves' La Grande
to do something towards, seeing 'that
the most logical plaqe fa Eastern Ore
gon is selected, namely the state alte
ac Union. ;ThIs .subject will be gone
over In some detail and fqr this ad
ded reason a large attendaaca of
business men Is essential. - - I
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