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About Eugene weekly guard. (Eugene, Or.) 190?-1910 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1905)
EILENR OREGON FRIDAY OCTOBER 13 lSW-i
Cloak and Suit
posed by the ins rance luve.ugati«i_,
and sa tu the invest igatic n revealed the
moat disgraceful bruayala of trust
placed with American financier* »bo
were on trial before the courtry hß.T
1 A fV
Ct rrellls Oct. 10 -Sjlve tar Arnilt
age, h atudeut of the O. A. <?,. »i»
-everely hurt during a claa. •C’l.r-
mage last Light and aae uticot.ecioua
for 12 hours. Atout
at full speed »tub b- »tumbled h ,
tils bead »'rock a tree, alnio-t d -
locating hi» neck. He la no» recover
lug. Young trmltage is a son of J. A.
New York, Oct. 10. — I’ wl cases of Armitage, »bo lives 4 mile« east of
1 prosy among the Cbinauteu wen SpriLgUeid.
found by the polios bere today.
Our Financiers Disgrace
fui Betrayals of
Washington, Oct. 10.—The “Woman
failures of Banks Attributed to In Blue," Mrs. Lucy G. Lee, of Mai •
baa-at, L 1 , who persisted I d trying
Unwise Excessive Loans—Secre-
to call on the president at Oyster B ••
New York. Oct. 11.—Accused of
last summer, was arrested at the Wfcl'n
tary Shiw Urges More Mer
House by a secret service officer sa baring bad three young wives living
she stepped Into the corridor, and Is et the same time, lb the same flat
building, Kotiert Banieker was ar
in jail pending examination.
raigned this morning on a complaint
made by two of them. Tbe third was
New York. Oct. 11.—Secretary Sba*
.ddreeeed the Barkers' »f-ocatioii * Houston, Texas, Oct. 10. — F. B. passed by blui as a sister to the other
today and urged sometbirg be done to Gray, aged 40, cssbisr of tbe Oosn- two, wbo ciaim they suppl.ed money
mereiai National Bank, committed for the third to travel.
increase the merchant tnsriue.
.-aid: “We will eosn need new mar suicide bere tbls moruing.
kets. The world comes to us for farm
and raw mine products, but will not
send their ships for faotory products.
Tcledo, Oct 10 — Runuey protested
Tuis is not a popular move, but on i fcd«y sgRlnet Gould ae charlatan
i D ilation of tbs canal it will Drake
f tbe meeting
<o espial di-tauce from the eastern to I that u be is also chairman of the Mis ^Portland, Oct. 11.--The prosecution
tbe Western shores of the PaciHe. If , HO'll i I Bacilo board. Toe bondholders
finished Its case this moruing in tbe
we are ir. position to use tbe camd took ___
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. law allowing
laud frani trial. C. B. Moore, form
e will get the worth of our mopey, them and stockholders each six diree-
er register of toe land oitlce test I tied
| tailroad» bad to be encouraged by tbe I lore. T*» roll call of stockholders
be asked applicants for bomesteade
goverum«ut before they multiplied,; .as had to see wbo held proxies. i. I th» tegular printed questions. Cress*
.nd tbe same bolds good ett ucean - Kaasey protest«!
as an- eJU ut|ur(j by tieuev. the fact «•»
Mau» will say Ps toe t nonnead, ■nd will wieke a ecnt«st lc i
the witness issued
..aDufacUrer. but if tbe mannfactm- the courts to oust directors. <Jo»ld j c|a^ when be’waacognizuut if their
*r doos But prosper, neither will the .xpetits h long battle. Ramsey will (,uujulent character.
r.-st. We owu the Puilippinee, which : j use
qm > the
voting j |
With a canal and 1 merchant ma id . proxies, ard vote « sixth for himself, | LU
vould insure the m ntllione in trade ; ^sauriug bin. a directorship.
, weened by the Pa-iflc. ’’
Preeidei t Swinrey made bls annual
New York, Oct. 10. - In the eicond
He attributed tbe batik
failures of tbe present year tu grant- worl ’» ctiHinplonsbip gmne here to-
Los Angele«, Oct. 11.—The Santa
fa mg excessive loans tn unsound indue uay th« Pbtledelpbia Amerfcare de
'• trial enterprises
He regarded the featsd the New York Natioi ale by a re iefo.es to give Welter Scott, the
present uatiota) bank law as inade «core of 3 to 0. Both teems bare now Death Valley miner, a special train to
quate, and gave tbe administrstion’s won end logt a game,
| ISSUED FRAUDU
The Biggest Stock
Garments in the
Favn—h’y with tho
Al T Ik SCOTT
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At? Friendly’s October Sale of Children’s Cloaks
t’s Ail Easy
To make statements people with an
easy conscience don’t care whether
their statements are backed up.by facts
we do. Every article in our store
b eks up every statement we make
about out store and the goods therein.
I The right goods at the right prices form
th? foundation on which our trade is
built. We mean to maintain the high
1 standard. Your patr mge helps its to
I make each succeeding season a better
one for you in money-saving and sat-
istactory service. This half page ad
only permits the mentioning of a few
j of the good things that await you here.
jpular Silks at
Make our Silk counter one of the busiest places in
busy store. One visit is enough to convince that our
es are the best your money will buy in America.
Sole Agents for the Moneybak Black Silks,
h 85c Taffeta 76c
h f 1.00 Peau de Soie
|h »1.40 Taffeta
ch $1.65 Taffeta
ich *1.50 Peau de Soie
ich *2.0û Peau de Soie
ch »2.50 Taffeta
regularly at 81.00.
from gaod Repellant cloth. Comes in
red, blue and gr-cn. Sold C'» r»~
Sale price......... .................. iffc.uj
A lot of odd lines and sites.
at 8\0U to llU.OO.
stockings 124c pair. Extra heavy for winter.
•Id for Sic. Sale price two pairs for 25
and pleated box backs, three-
quarter and full lengths and
ull s'eeves. in tan, blue, green and red. C *7 C ,
Sold regu’ar at »4.00 ani >5. Sale price *p£»O y
Every Child’s Coat in the House on Sale at a Saving of 15 to 25
Fur Stoles, Fur Scarfs,
AT A SAVING OF
Buy your furs now and here at one-quarter less than
you will pay in any other store in Eugene.
A lucky buy we made, that’s aU.
Wool Stockings 25c a Pak.
Men’s Sweaters I
We could sell them at regular prices just as well,
but we realize it’s a big thing for us to be able to sei!
you a fur at 25 per cetit. less than other stores. You
Fleece Lined Stockings 25c a Pair. trade where you get the best values. We aim to give
>men'« plain black, tbe Wayne knit uiake. that is you the best values.
¡o shape from select stock. Sixes 8 1-2 to 10.
onsen, heavy quality, long, wide and elastic. Sixes 34 to
“aHE Saxony Knitting Mill of San Fran- ,
cisco* recently went out of business,
disposing of the remainder of their stock
Popular New Styles
Popular New Styles
at cost, or 33J4% discount. We were for
At, New Low Prices.
At, New Low Prices.
tunate enough to get a fyw hundred dollars
worth of their best' sweaters before they
AVE you seen the big assortment and ’he g<x>d values we have been showing in
Children’s Coats? Yes. Oh, you have one picked out that you want, but were all sold. These we offer to you now
mamma says you musn’t pay so much for a elefek just now. Well, let’s tell you at
something. They’ve all been remarked for your benefit; and maybe if you come in
now and bring your mamma along she will let you have it. We have some
more new ones, too, that’came a few days a40, which makes the assortment as com
plete as ever, and the very' low prices makes them better values by 25%.
These sweaters come in every enneeiva
You Just* Show Lhis Ad Lo Mamma, Then Ask Her to Come in and See Them Anyway.
ble pattern and weave and are^tianr
A full length pleated box back coat, made
A dozen different styles, plain
At $2 25
Popular Massalinc Silks for
eveaing costunres ana waists,
comes in light blue,
pink, resada, cream
and white. Per yard
•-in. Taffeta, comes g
in all colora, black
and white. A yard
27-in. guaranteed Taffeta
shown in all the desir
able colors, blk & white
36- n. changeable Taffeta shown
in all desirable
4 O C
¿A I £ J
Good Good» Only. '
Satisfait on or Your
Money Back. ¡ j
by us to be superior to any or th
in both quality, material and w
GR.EAT SAI '
Less than Usual.
7c Outing Flannel, per yard
loc Outing Flannel, per yard
15c Kimona Cloth, per yard
60c Table Linen, per yard
2oc Turkish Towels, each
50c Cotton Blankets, pair
Si.00 Bed Spreads each
15c Ribbon, yard
S. H. FRIENDLY
1 lc ettji daring the last
49c to fit any body at r
42c Tr.e whole tow
to be <<r
Rear IWt Of