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EU-EN E OREGON FRI PAY UCTOBER 20 1905
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*a«hlt.tgon, Oct. 17.—The presi
dent left on schedule tine this morn
ing on his Southern tjur. Tbe French
ambassador was among those at the
station to bld him farewell.
way down the station sheds tbe pres
Idem bowed aud exclaimed "Goodbye,
goodbye.” Secret Mervice Chief Wil-
•tie aud United Stat»« .Marshal Palm-I
er, with squads nf officers, guarded
On Seasonable Merchandise and Compare with Others
$3.50 all wool shirt waists reduced to
$1.50 shirt waists, assorted patterns
Extra heavy fleece union suits
Heavy fleeced vests, sizes 4 to 9
Medium weight vests, large sizes
Children’s coats reduced to .
Ladies' heavy walking skirts reduced
Ladies' $12.00 suits selling at . .
Outing Flannels and Ginghams, per yard .
Heavy Fleeced Hose, all sizes, ....
All wool dress goods, 60-in. wide. $1.25 grade 85c
90c Dress Goods reduced to - - - - - e - 50c
Children’s Mackintoshes and Rain Coats - $2.00
Ladies' Suits reduced to
- . -
$ 1.75 Lo $ 10.00
Boys' School Pants -
25c and Up
Men’s Overcoats -
- $10.00 to $30.00
Four Are Dead and
Forty house* Are
tih light fla b a« it was turned '
t bef((e tie " liu
on tbe southbound owl, *b.cb
the ew'tcb at Kingsburg, bj
Ing t< ' e throttle and stopping
'LYdav’s wreck was evi-
tly by the same miscreant. Tbe
■d »¡possej are scouriug tbe
fikr the man, wbo is said to
mows to tbe railroad oluciala.
ba nani- of
the hobo is Wm.
ckerback-r, >iged 19, and from
He was asleep behind tbe
t at the time of tbe wreck.
faine : kCDSclouenese at tbe boa
He was severely braised and
Isa is injured.
agalhnt President McCurdy's ¥.’50,-
000 salary per year.
A i.t'er shored that tbe divtdebd
of 11 J policy paidup ¡in 1875 de
creased from £50 to (3. Auott.er’s
dividends tell from (22 lu 1903 to
“Frobably nearing mat
(7 in 19:4
urity,” .ail McCurly.
“ Wnat does maturity
policy have to do with dimiuiah-
Washington, Oct. 16.- The supreme
“Call It actuary,” au
constantly bad to answer abort ques court today denied a motion to ad-
< vacce tbe 'taee of Howard against the
I state cf Kentucky. Howard is under
New York. Oct. 18.—An uniuccess life eentence for 'be alleged murder
fal effort was made todt y tc learn the ' of Governor Goebel.
Th- supreme court advanced tbe
location of T. D Jordan ex-comp
troller of the Equitable, by examiu- hearing of tbe ca<-e, of tbe tobacco
ing his soo. McCurdy was questioned ard paper trust officials, wnu refused
aboat extravagant offices.
Hughes to answer questions and produce their
an altercation with Mutual's papers in the lower court«, Argo-
.’otineel over questioning the witness mente were set for Jcauary 2.
about an apartment bouse owned by j
the Mutual where McCurdy lives ;
Washingt to , oci . 1G.~ Tre coming
The spectators applauded Hughes for
report of Secretary Sbaw will recom.
h's sharp tbr'ists McCnrdy was ques
meud a (30,0CO,(XX) bond issue, cover
tioned atont press notices and di|-
ing tbe oullay airea iy expended on
bur«ements of legal expenses.
tbe Panama canal.
Tbe committee ¿eat word to District-
Attorney Jetome. asking for an as
sistant. Assistant District Attorney
Rand consulted with tbe committee.
It is expected that an arrest will be
made, but wbo is not given out. Beck
attacked Hughes’ methods as placing
witness in an unfair position. Hughes
Glasgow, Oct. 17. —Andrew Carne
claimed be ba« extended courtesies
and avoided personalities except when gie, addressing tbe students at tbe
University of St. Andrews today, said
justified. Tbe witDeae wbo gets in a
false position can balms himself only. | that five, or even three nationa band
When evasion is made be must stand ed together Ina peace league, inviting
all nations to join, could banish all
war in the future.
Tbe LDiversity of Oregon received
tbe following medals at tbe Lewie
• nd Clark fair: Gold medal for gen
eral educational exhibit; gold medal
! for chemistry exhibit; gold medal
for Professor Condon’s exhibit of ear
»w Wrk. Oct. 17. —Figures at tbe ly geological formations of Oregon.
■MB investigation today show
^^^Brdy wired that tbe Motaal's
Bedel tboee of tbe Back et
or tbe Imperial
(ermany. Tbe Mutual’« ••-
bember, 19<4 were less than
I wblle tbe Bank of Eag-
bts were (700, "60,000, and
in Bank (10,900,0)0 more
kt aal'« assets. The officials
^^irman bank receive (30, GO,
Royal Guest of France
St. Louis, Oct. 16.— Senator Bur
ton’s demurrer to bis indictment was
i tbe’ governor of tbe Bank of argued tn tbe federal court Ibis morr-
DEATHS IN THE
PHILIPPINES I HEARING REFRIG
Charles A. Thorp, aged 29, a.si.‘ant
Washington, Oct. 18.—The inter
supply officer of the Philippine con
JUNK COLLECTION stabulary,
state Commerce Commission,today be
from Stockton, Cal., died!
Secretary Taft Says Presents Re
j at Camo Connell, Samar, of typhoid
' fever. Lieuteuant Robert B. McCou
ceived Are Counterfeits and
uell, Ninth Infantry, from Corning,
I Cal.,died lu Camp Wilbelm, Tayabas, >
gan bearing tbe cases affecting tbe re
frigerator car litiea.
FAVOR A LOCK
lie served lu the
' S>i»nl«b war as a private of tbe 1st I
Nebraska,ami later was commissioned
He leaves a
Washington, Oct 18.—The gifts re ! in the regular army.
ceived by Mies Rooseve't on her trip widow at Corning.
Washington, (Jot. 18. -It it reported
are pronounced to be a collection nt
the: a majority of the board of con
counterfeits, rubbish, and junk. Taft !
sulting engineers who returned today
says that up to the time be left tbe j
from the isthmus favor a lock cansl.
presents could be bought In tbiscoun
CANAL AT PANAMA
ti y for (160. The pearls given her by 1
the Sultan of Su! ¡, all four, are not |
worth more than (50.
Seattle, Oct. 18 —Guy Wellet.a pro-
eeaional procurer of young girls for
bawdy houses in Victoria and Van
driven out of Port
land, Spokane, Taooma, and Vancou
ver, was today given a fine md jail
••entence. He bad letters from a Brit
ish Columbia bawdy bouse, acknowl
edging tbe receipt of several young
St. Louie, Oct. 18. —A cloudburst
In Franklin county bt»s washed out
several bridges ana wrecked much
farm property, tieiug up tbe Missouri
18.—The remaina of
Pacific and Missouri. Kansas & Texas
Henry Irving according to his wishes,
from here to Jefferson City.
were cremated thia morning.
At. Friendly’s For the
SA VF MONEY !
Pa., Oct. 18.-T. U
Clark, cashier of the Enterprise Na-
tlonul Bank, committed suicide this
morning. The comptroller of tbe cur
rency later ordered the bank closed, I
declaring It insolvent. Examiner Cun- 1
uingham was appointed receiver.
You Can Prove It!
The facts are prominent on every article of merchandise you
buy in this store. You can prove it for yourself.
MAKE IT A POINT
To see our lines of
Egan,« sergeant of the C6tb Artillery,
San Francisco, Oct.
17.—Bourke jomped overboard from a vessel arris- I
Cochran, tbe noted Tammany Hall Ing here at tbe Point eutranoe today. I
Democrat, arrived here from tbe Orl- Al! efforts to save h»m failed and 500
eot]¿today. He says: "I have uot passengers saw him drown.
changed my mind about tbe acqul«l-
tion and retention of tbe Philippines.
I studied tbe cwgriltlone but did not
change, but as l<^g as we bold them
1 will do wbat 1 can to benefit them.
Despite tbe honest intentions of tbe
administration grafting will prevail.”
Cochran bolds tbe same view on tbe
Toklo, Oct. 18.—The battleship Po-
bleda, sunk by the Japanese at Port
Arthur, was floated today and DOW
flies tbe Mikado’s flag.
London, Ky, Oct. 17.—An armed
mob of masked men roda into town
Mouse Caused Big Fire
late last night and forced tbe jailer to
give up a negro sentenced to life Im
Vancouver, B.C., Oct. 17—A mouse
prisonment for tbe murder of a Knox that nibbled matches let* in furnltare
county lumber merchant and banged stored In Cottrell’« wareboose on W,
him to an apple tree. A note pinned ter street started a fire whlcfr, before
to tbe dead negro's clothing told (itw a« abudued, lad to (70,00u damage
' by fire and water.
why be was lynched.
st. Louie, Oct. 18.—Tbe mining
town of Sorento,
111., is reported
elped out by a cyclone, and at least
-Igbt are dead. Tbe river Deeperee a’
this city Is out of its banks. A cloud-
uuret at Alton caused a wreck on tbe
bicago, Peoria Jt St. Louis railroad,
lbs engine aud five care of a Height I
train were thr wu into tbe river, two
carloads of horses were lost and «ev
eral trainmen aud trampa are believed
to be drowued.
Tbe following are dead at borento:
Mrs. Thomae Files, Mrs Stewart,Wm.
Mann, Harrison Maun.
fatally butt and over 40 iujnred. tor
ry buildings were destroyed.
Parle, Oct. 16.—Prince Ferdinand, ,
of Bulgaria, grandson of France's de
posed king, Louis Pi llippe, is visit
ing France and a guest of tbe govern
ment at tbe foreign ofdee.
Senator Burton’s Troubles
16. - Engineer
Cole, of Bakersfield, «nd bite
in H. IL.
Butte, of Fresno, were
led in a wreck of tbe northo-un 1
! ibis morning at 2 n’cl ick. As i
e train was pulling iuto the local
rd« it «truck au open switch. Tbe
glne rolled over on its side aud tbe
b was oruei i by toe ternier. The
•man and engineer were imprisoned
ceatb the wreck.
Tbe mail an i
tfet care were piled on tbe engine.
bobo riolug cn tbe blind baggage
■ fatally hurt. No passenger« were
Yarlmaster Crowley say.
it it was the work of train wreek-
An kmpluye say« be «aw tbe
Chicago. Oct, 18. — Julge Humptire»
this morning sustained tbe indie -
men’s in the beef trust cases as to tbe
four counts alleging contpiracy to ■< -
compiled unlawful restraint of trad»,
lbe Indictments alleging attempts to
conspire and tho«» sileging mainti-
nauce of monopoly were rot sustain
Tbe packers will be forced to
plead to tbe iudiotmeut« aud stand
Tbe cases were continued until Mon
day morning at ten o'clock, when lb«
packers must plead and tbe trial b<-
gin. Tbe defense asked for auotber
weke, but was refused.
Richmond, Va., Oct. 18 —The pres
Ident made bis first atop at Fredtr-
icksburg. While tbe engine was tak
ing water tbe president made a eb rt
speech and also made a shot add res.
at Ashland from the steps of ‘he car.
Arriving I ere be delivered bis first
loug address of the tr’p, and congrat
ulat'd the people up in tbe memories,
their achievements, and urged gooi
citizenship. While at Fred rioksburg
be received a telegra r, telling of tbs
death of a brother of Govoioor Glenn,
of North Carolina, which caused an
alteration in tbe plane for the pres
ident's entertainment at Raleigh. In
Seattle, Oct. 18.-Tbe first killing
stead of going to tbe governor’s man
sion, be will remain at tbe train un frost in the Puget Sound country tbla
til be goes to the fair grjunds, where year occurred last nlgbl, following a
gale which crippled all tbe sound
he will review tbe trsops and speak.
Tbe damage is
heavy in tbe farming districts.
Cloudburst Causes Wreck of Train
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30 pieces 60c and 70c ail
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and mixed. Yard.......
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