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EUGENE, OREGON, WEDNESDAY MARCH
I New Arrivals
Ladies’ Spring Waists,
White Voile Coats, •
Silk Drop Skirts,
White Goods for Summer
That Report of Bombardment of Vladi
Many Monogamists Practiced
vostok Denied in Dispatches
From That Place.
Port Arthur and Vladi
vostok May be Bom
Takes Pistols Away and
Holds Him Up,
St. Petersburg, Mar. 8.—Vladivos
tok advices state that the Japanese
Detroit, Mar. 7.—At a meeting of £
ministers at noon today it was de-1 there was no bombardment, as report-
Cided to ask Rev. Reed Stuart, a Uni- , e(j from Paris. Tbe impression here
tarian minister, if he bad bfeu cor- jg that Japan wants to regain posses-
rectly reported in saying that polyga- 6|on of Sagbalien Island, ceded to
my must be accepted as a legitimate Russia,wbioh is important to tbe food Passes Out Through Revolvin
■ Finns Kick Against Action of religious custom,ai d that many mon-1 supply of northern Japan on account
Door—Seizes a Winchester
ogatnists sec:ally practiced illegiti of its fisheries.
Finnish Senate in Sending
and Makes Good His Es
Message of Sympathy
to the Czar.
Romo. Mar. 7.—Tbe Ageniza's Che
St. Joseph, Mo., March 7.—By in
mulpo correpsondent asserts that the
veigling the death watch into bis cel
' Japanese forces, probably under the
London, Mar. 8.—Information from on a pretence of reading a letter,
I protection of the squadron that bom-
! carded Vladivoetock, lauded at Tink- Supposed That His Son Did the various source» is that the Czar is Mark Dunn, the murderer of Alfred
most eager [to have the powers medi FentoD, who is sentenced to hang on
ing Island or Arkold and neighbor
ate in the far East and put an end to Friday, March lltb, took his pistols
ing inlets to the southeast of and op
tbe war. it is said Russia will be from him and then held him up at
posite Vladivoetock. Tbe Japanese
willing to refer the whole dispute to the point of his own pistols until he
'squadron in the Yellow Sea still re-
r. . i tbe Hague tribuual.
was found. At 5:30 thia morning tbe
' mains before Port Arthur, and it is i „
San r rancisoo. Mar.
sheriff came in through the revolving
; believed that a simultaneous attack genbach, a millionaire packer, was
A Poison Charge.
door, when Dunn passed out on the
' will be made upon Port Arthur and I mysteriously shot in bis office Satur
Mar. 8.—As tee result other side, seized a Winchester and
I Vladivostock today.
day night and died thin mornin
Stockholm, Mar. 7.—A big meeting without
consciousness. of tbe death at Pierre, South Dakota, made good bis escape. A posse is in
Of Finns here last night reg stered a The conviction that his young son, last night of Miss Rena Nelson, who pursuit, but no clue to Dunn's where
;vigorous protest against tbe act of Albert, who is still in custody, lived ate alleged poisoned candy mailed abouts is obtainable.
tbe Finnish Senate iu sending a mee- the fatal shot is growing. The sup from Boone, Iowa, Mrs. Sherman Dye
' sage of sympathy to the Czar. Two posed motive is a refusal to give him stands charged with murder. Gover
nor Cummins today listened to argu
1 Runaian agents present recorded tbe more money.
ments for the extradition of Mrs. Dye
’ names of those present.
He withheld bis decision pending le-
gal opinion. Dye is standing by his
St. r'etersburg, Mar. 7. —A special
wife, who is held in jail.
meeting of tbe council of ministers
met suddenly in the winter palace to
Leave Seattle on Japanese Lire
day to consider measures t > protect
Disastrous Railroad Collision.
Birmingham, Ala., Mar. 8.—Tbe
St. Petersburg, Mar. 7.—A message
Indianapolis, March 7.—The Min- southbound limited express, Queen of
from Vladivoetock states that the ers’ convention, in session here,voted the Crescent, from Cincinnati, run
Seattle, Mar. 8.—Dr. Anita McGee
Russian authorities have posted no- this morning to refer the question of, ning sixty miles an hour, collided
thq and a corps of traiued nurses enroute
' tieea calling on all Chinese to de- declaring a strike to the local union. | 1 I*
ea^ on uh
^t this lno
i northbound Southern Railway freight to Japan to nurso Japanese wounded
I nounoe the disguised Japanese among
I on a joint track of the two roads near soldiors,is due to arrive hers tonight.
| them to the authorities. The Noveo
• filled with all the up-to-date
Kewakee, Mies. Six are dead and two They leave for the Orient on tl e lyo
.Vrayma today refers to the satisfac
fatally injured. Two mail clerks Maru tomorrow.
styles of the shoemaker’s art
tion felt over the improved feeling
were cremated in tbe fire which burn
I toward Russia iu America.
ed tbe mail car. Railroad officials
say no passeugres were killed. A big
force of surgeons are on tbe scene at
Chicago, March 7.—Over 5000 paint tending to the injured.
ers and 800 cement workers struck
Having purchased the office an d fxturea
this morring for an increase of pay.
A New York Strike.
the late deceased AV V Henderson, I a
All cement workers, and painters'
now prepared to do anything in the line
New York, Mar. 8.—Six thousand
Stockton, Alar. 8.—All but four or
Dentistry in the above said office.
Claimed That Man He Is Charged shops are closed up.
building laborers struck today against the 150 employes of tbe Holt Harvest
fer Crown and bridge work a specialty.
a ten-hour day without an increase in er Works, of this city, struck this
With Shooting Is
Ship Damaged by Fire.
morning. The big plant is complete
ly tied up. Thero is a probabiliy of
Port Blakeley, Wash.—The British
Paid up Cash Capital - $50,000
other local industries being drawn
ship Simla, loading lumber for Syd
■yy L. CHESHIRE, M. D
A Frisco Suicide.
Into the trouble. The factory is
San Bernardino, Cal., Mar. 7.—A ney, was damaged 820,000 by fire this
San Francisco, Mar. 8.—Pierre Ja closely picketed by the strikers, who
sensation was tprnng this morning in morning, cause unknown.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
cobs, a nephew of M. IT. DeYoung, act in an orderly manner.
the trial of Wm. Boxall, charged with owned at Liverpool.
GENERAL BANKING Busi
proprietor of the Morning Chronicle,
! -ugui ness
i s on on vmcago,
suicided last night by inhaling illu-
Sight drafts on Chicago, San Fran-
Marquis Ito’s Mission.
Rose to be Shot,
all's three sisters, ruined them. Tbe
WL v and . Portland
VI LiailU WlOgMO.
financial troubles was the cause.
i Bills of exchange sold on foreign claim was made by the defense this
1 Tokio, Japan, Mar. 8.—Marquis Ito
Salt Lake, Mar. 7.—Frank Rose,the
antri es. Deposits received subject morning that Lloyd is not dead, but
J OUI8 K BEAN
' i ehee
is going to Korea on fhe 15th of this
k or certificate of deposit.
Al collections entrusted to us will is now living near Manila. It was question by the court bh to tbe mode
month on a special mission for the
supposed that Lloyd died in Japan, , of bis death penalty, burst out. laugh
reeeve prompt attention.
Chicago, Mar. 7.—Fire this after Emperor, the purport of which lias
T. G. HENDRICKS, President.
and a big funeral was held here, but) ing auc* sang, “It’s aJl right, jud.e; noon destroyed the Bullen Company's not been made known.
Office in new McClung Blook, Room
14 an< 15. Special attention given
the claim now is that his body was , I’ll take tbe shot ” Accordingly the immense elevator.
P. E. SNODGRASS, Cashier.
and and mining matters.
not in tbe casket. Few peop'e here ' judge sentenced him to be shot on Fireman John Hubbard was fatally
Whole Family Suicided.
believe that Lloyd is dead, and it was ; April 22. Rose murdered his wife on injured.
predicted before he left tl at the game ' Christmas day, leaving
Berlin, Mar. 8.—Lieut. Beseke, re-
L. T. EarrtB
A C. Woodcock.
of fake death would be played to | child beside the dead mother, where
| tired, bis wife, daughter and two
A Banker Suicides.
Vic* President. avoid returning to face the charge of it remained two days until discovered
sons, all living iu a fashionable villa
WOODCOCK à HARRIS.
iierlin, Mar. 8.—Hugo Brendal, a
DARWIN BRISTOW, Cashier.
by the police. Rose was utte ly cal prominent banker, suicided here to at Wilholmstraske, were found dead
Ions and declined to plead or defend day. His house failed yesterday, due from poison today. An unsatisfacto
Office—One-half block south of Chri« CHAMBERS- BRISTOW
himself. He said ie wanted to be ex to tbe dishonesty of a trusted em ry state of family affairs is believed
man Block. Eugene,~Ore g on.
| to have driven tho family to suicide.
and a most beautiful line of
TO LOCAL UNIONS
Losrt» Overlook Our
Shoe Department |
BIG STRIKE ON
SENSATION IN ~
JOHN H. BOWER,
Firat National Bank building Eugene
Good careful work.
■WALTON 4 NESS.
Will practice in all the court« in the
Office—Room No. 3. Walton Blk.
GEORGE O’B DeBAR, M. ¿>-
Office-Room over Eugene Loan and
Savings *>enk. Residence No. 189
E. 11th street. Calls'attendMTto’doÿ
or niBnt Phone, residence,[Main 77-1;
office Main »9-1.
Berlin, Mar. 7.—The Tagoblatte re
ports that Russia is resolved to defy
Europe and tend its fleet of warships
through the Dardanelles« Tho Lo-
kal Anzieger asserts that tbe Russian
Nctes nnd mortgage« bought. Money railway around Cake Baikal will not
loaned on approved
Interes be ready for use before December.
paid on time certificates of deposP
Coal Question Very Important.
General bia'ring bi dae.s tra a .1
London, Mar. 7. —In tbe Commons
toady Premier Balfour said the gov
ernment considered Russia’s declara
tion that she proposed to treat coal ns
ON THE LATEST MODEL
contraband of war as of greatest
importance. Tbe governmtnt was’
taking steps to obtain more precise
information in regard to the interpre
As Long as cur Present Stock
tation to be put upon the Russian de
Offlc1'o -t Yoran’a Shoe Store.
L a W
Call in Tomorrow, Wednesday, March 9th
Closing Out Pric
This will be one of the largest sales of its kind in the history of our
Business.Z? We are making a special effort on prices that will
buy the goods w ithout any argument.& See the Big Display.
White Sewing Machine
Apositively bona fide offer
Only a Few ars Left
FRANK E. DUNN
Of Eugene, Oregon.
Paid Up Cash Capital
J. J. Walton
UiJil ^li’-fil A’.YJt
Jefferson City, Mar. 7.—In a rea
end colli-ion in a tunnel fonr miles
east of here or the Missouri Pacific
this morning, a brakeman and con
ductor wer« killed.