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EU-ENE OREGON FRIDAY DECEMBER i 1905
GERMANY RFSENTS ISEN'ATOR FRENCH
¿G FIRE AT
A COLD WAVE
^FrsDCts o. Nor. 29.-Mr. early
* crubu damaged tn. property
Butte, Nov. 29.—A haavy snowfall
j ths Union Iron Works end tbe is hindering traiflc in perilous uf
! Z. State and Mine.» Imn Works Montana.
An engine and three
.Jeerten'oi >125 000.
Tbe Keli- freight cars were hurled several hours
-Iron Works.th* JartHt » Maobtre 'n a drift. The thermometer ranges
HpMusr comtany'B from 6 to 12 belew zero.
Nov. 29. —Secretary
Root today received tJ.rmaoy'a re-
niincia’lon cr the present tariff agree
ment when it expire». This is the be-
gitiulr g ot h commercial strife unless
reciprocity measures are adopted.
LOST IN A
THE BLACK SEA
Superiot, Wis., Nov. 29.—Nine men
gt Petersburg, Nov. 29. Advice,
«ut rsuelved from Sebastopol state were drowned from tbe steamer Ma-
Lt tbe BUck S a sq i» dr oc is ready taafa, wbicb is ashore near bere. The
K bombard the city, but the author vessel is a «reck. The steamer Edin
burn is on the ’O"ka at Splits Pr int
Mies believe au-reii ter i< Imminent.
Nov. 29. — Frank
Freucb, of Sau Francisco, *bo la im
plicated io legislative boodling ODera
tlous for wbicb Se latura Etumoua alia
Hunkers were eeuteueed to Uve years,
»pent tbe uigbt in iail aud waa takau ,
to Sucrameiito this mornlrg. where he i
will be placed cu trial
man feared be aught follow
example and lecaoip. ao uare him ur.
Kicked to Death
j BOOST TIM
Resignation of McCur Chairman of Publi: Land
dy Has Been Ac
Committee Wants Law
Burns,Or.. Nov. 28. William Sang,
good, who baa been engaged iu haul
ing freight n im Ontario to Burns tor
Butte, Nov. 20. -J. H. Sil1», of Ba a nnmter of years was kicked by a Policy Holders Are Urged Not to
Admits It Would Hurt Irrigation
sil), lust In the mountains since Erl horse and instantlv killed while lead
Ing his team to water near Drewsey.
day, waa found yesterday in a cabin. Mr. Satiggood cejie to thia county
But Says It Would, Help the
His feet are hadly frozen.
tiom Latirande 20 yeilra age.
Arc/Better Than Before
New Y ork, Nov. 29. —Tbe board of
.trustees of tbe Mutual Life Ibis after
noon Hccept.ed the resignation
Richard A. MuCutdy as president.
Frederick Cromwell, treasurer, was
oboeeu as tempsrary president.
nizel bis signature to vouchers, hut
could not refresh his memory to any
This will be our last great sale for the year 1905. uur reai clearance sale. Thousands of dollars worth of dependable merchandise will be
qnalnted with Fields for 30 years.
placed on sale from which to make your selections. We predict greater crowds and a larger volume of business than at any of the splendid sales we
MoCall, of tbe New Y'ork Life, said
have heretofore given. We shall make a grand clean up sale for two reasons:
he had searched tbe books but could
FIRST—To make our sales reach a certain figure by January 1, 1906. SECOND We propose to dispose of a lot of seasonable merchandise
oot And when the company bad had
charge of 859,310.79 for legal expenses
that we do not wish to carry longer.
advanced to J. P. Morgan. McCall
Hundreds of items will be on sale that we cannot advertise in this announcement.
will sail Natorday for Europa and
Night, December 23, 1905.
will urge Hamiltou to tunke a full »c
counting to the committee.
holders not to let polices lapse cu
» account ot uny disclosures, declaring
t policy holders are in t etter condi
We are going to clean up this line of goods to the last number during
‘■Rattle Head’’ China Lim Dolls, 8-inch,
tion than before enquiry began.
this sale. These jackets are all last year’s goods, but the styles are not
a regular 10c doll, at each .......................
Bargains for December, 1905
Washington, Nov. 29. — Representa
tive Lacey, of Iowa, chairman of tbe
public laud comuiltt >e, today said l.e
would try to have tbe timber and
Stone act repealed at the coming sea
slon. "Would not that burt irriga
tion?" Lacey was asked. "1 don’t
care If it does; it will put more mon
ey iu tbe national treasury and help
wipe out tbe deficit," re.pouded La
OUR. BIG CLEARANCE SALE.
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or th» p
A ukec j,
any i> at
s tig urlati
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it hl» ft
1 the tri
ite are iti
e is stronfi
Sa e Begins
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T afreet, hs^
imber 20, ■
■ home. -«J
11-inch “Rattle Head’’ Dolls, at
14-inch kid body D^IX, natural hair, ex-
cepiional values, at
■ ■ ■
lame as above, 16 inch natural hair, a
Pressed Dolls, price I Qc
s. we are pricing O
these goods elew their real wort.-.
Boxes and Games. Buster Brown and
i St Petersburg Is Shut Off From
bad, in fact you will see worse styles worn every day. We are making this
price to clean up the entire lot quick. The so.-ner you come the better
the garment you get.
Ladies’ 89.00 Jackets, good 1inu.g 1 Your
Ladies’ >19.90 Jackets, satin lining I
Ladies’ 812.50 Jackets, satin lining f r
Ladies’ 814.00 Jackets, satin lining
misses ’ »4.75 J ackets .
CHILDREN’S 82.50 JACKETS.
Sizes to j Your choice
If you want dress goods for little money you'd better come to us this month.
All 75c dress
I $1.50 Values fl9c per yard.
All 65c dress
5<j-inch black and dark Oxford grey suit
ing, big values at
AU 60c dress
All 55c dress
One piece grey suiting, medium light
weight, regular 35c goods,
a dozen pieces .1
this sale at, per yard
new 60c dress goods. <
Nack dress goods
A very desirable lot of
Nice lot of Trecot Flannel, as-
worth 81.2 we wili sell ff 1
sorted color», per yard
at. per yard
1 » W
Men and Boys.
$1.25 Sweaters $1.00.
All of our regular 61.25 Men s Sweaters
wiil be soldtp clean up. - .
S I OU
All 61.75 Sweaters ....................
All 82 CO Sweaters .. .......
All 82.50 Sweaters ................... 2 I 5
5 dozen men’s Golf Shirts, worth
lar 81.25,,will be offered dur- JF
ing this sale at, each............. •
35c 'alues for 29c.
special in 54-inch fu._b.each,
the wind that is usually sold
at 35c to 40c, at, yard
58-inch and 60-inch bleached *1 Xp
Table Damask at, yard
64-inch bleached linen Damask,
great value at, yard.............
72-inch semi-bleached linen at
72-in. fine bleached table
linen, extra good.........
We will put on sale a big lot ot handker
chiefs with lace corner» at, C q
One 30 dozen lot ladies’ hankerchiefs,
nicely1 embroi lersd,
actually worth -»c and so.d 1(1«
___ at that price,
at that ea price,
,t men’» silk - haiidker.
Another lot ot men s hawikerchiet. with
money, on sale at two tor
10 Bars Laundry Soap 25c.
We are now selling about 1,000 bars of
this laundry soapper week.
v ■: tried it ? Ask for "Mon-
ey Weight,’’ 10 bar» for .
Every waist in the house will be on
sale at reduced prices The Jot comprises
aJout one hundred waists. A big range
of prices. Silks, sateens, flannels, plain
and embroidered fronts. Oxfords and
One lot of 81.25 all-wool waists QO —
will be sold at........ .. ......
Some 82.75, 82.50 and 82.25 value« will
Every Waist reduced.
$1.25 Velvets 75
About 100 yards fsney ’velvets, assort
ment of colors, regular 81
and 81 25 values at, yard
200 yards good towe.ing wftl '
Better Grade at, yard .. .........
25c Yam for 20c.
W’itch Haxel, ]
Elder Flower f j Per Cake.
Turkish Bath J /
F or Little Money
Hv the hundreds for men, women and
children, silk initial, embroidered lace
plain, in all prices.
About 25 Corsets of different makes left.
The regular price of the.e 'IQr
were 81 to 82 Your choice J
,rter pound skeins.
will be »old at, each
A Sale on Silks.
Black Taffeta silk, 27-incbes wide, sold
ail over town at 90c and Si a
>ld At. yard
yard, will be soli
A nice assortment now on display. Come
early and make your selection. Price»
25c Lo $2.65.
Also Sole Maker« of
20-inch black feau de Soie
priced special at, yard
American Beaut, end F. C. Cortots
Nice girdles, wot regular
in white only, this sale it
27-tnch black Peso de Soie, actually
worth 81.75 a yard, will
be sold at, yard .............
S»t;n girdles, worth regular 65c,
Great Sale of Kid
: ink and b'. i-
35c Lace Curtain Sale.
One lot tape girdles in white.
I 5c A very pretty design. 3 yards QfV*
pink and blue, will be sold at w/
long, good value, psir ......
All 81.25 »nd 81.30 "American Beauty”
Better grade, 3'2 yards, at.. 9 1 26
»nd drab, special at . .
Others at $ I 50 *2 2b sa 75
I Oc. I 5c, 2Oe and 25c Bex
Gunpowder Tea. pound
Spiderleg Tea, pound
Fine Roast Coffee, pound.
Better Roust Coffee, pound
10c Handkerchiefs 5c.
Every yard rf our regular !2l ’C Flanne!-
eres wiil be sold this month 1 O**
at, per yard.
Every skirt in the house will be on sale at low prices.
82.25 Values . .
85.00 Values.. .
83 ' Values
Big Corset Bargains.
A Flannelette Special.
Ladies* Street and Dress Skirts.
Remarkable Dress Goods Values.
10 cbzen men’s fast black and brown halt
Hose, the regular 15c kind,
during this sale at, pair
Dolls. Games, Albums, Boxes. Ladies’ and Children’s Jackets
15c Socks for 10c.
s of smalli
e city. 8
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see at th» M
ar old i<»
eet, bai a *
tea tavs N
udente si •
n Vrung L*
jere la do 9
Our regular 81.25 kid glove in black, as
sorted browns and tana, well worth «he
he pot on aale at, per pair.
R. W. Newland, Eugene, Ore
Iß A STAND
All Outsidi Conimunica -.
St Petersburg. Nov. 29. -The situ
ation Is doperate. Thia citv is wholly
abut off from communication with
tbe Interior. There waa frautld sell
ing on the stock exohauge to lay. tbe
prices being .be lowest ou record.
All mate telegraphs operator iu
this city struck today
ators and poltuo st Groin» have j lin
ed the striae.
spirit of tbe Mauchuriao army is a
Fully one bhnlred
officers have been arrested tor advo-
ca'log revolutionary doctrines. The
cumber guilty of iusubordluatioii is
too great even to attempt to arrest.
Constantinople, Nov 23.—The sul
tan waa advised tbat if he grants the
demand of the powers for administra
tion of the finances of Ma-edonla It
will weaken the loyalty of the Mace
donian Turke and strengthen the rev
olutionary party of 1'uikey. The pos
Berlin, Nov.29 — The Imperial post
sibility of the suitin'! grautlng the oflloe auuounoes tbat the Russian tel
cou-tltuiion was discuaaed.
egraph has been out slnoe noun.
Constantinople, Nov. 23.—Tbe sul
tan today Issued an order approving
tbe decision of tbe couucll of minis
ters to reject tbe riemande of tbe pow
ers for international control ot the
finances ot M ice Ionia. Vice Admiral
llusnl Pasha started on h special
steamer for the Dardinellea with In
atriictiona to the commauder cf tbe
fort» regarding bls conduct In the
I eveuc ot tbe appearance of an inter
So Say Presidents ol Colleges—
Occidental College Will Play
Berkeley, Cal., Nov. 23. —President
Wheeler addreseed tbe unlter.lty stu
dents this noon ou football. He sold
be tavored tbe geire, tut would have
it modified. He favors Walter Cauip
as a dictator of football for one vear.
rinnapillf, Nov. 29.—Midshipman
Meriwether took tbe Htarirl in hl. own
tiefeoae ttila morning. The tint time
be hh * Brnncb wee an September 1,
1904, when tbe upper elHaameu return
ed from a crulae. Mari wether waa liv
ing on ttie Santee and Branch wae
»ent aboard ae a prisoner for flve day.
for an offense on the cruise. Witness
»aid Branch made himself very offen
sive aud begau to run and nag him a
great deal. He .aid hazing meant a
forcing ot physical exercise of which
be could stand any amount, bat run
ning meant doing personal things that
could not be tolerated. He stated a
long tale uf comtant persecutions and
Meriwether said he was hart aod
grieved beyond expression. "J think
' Branch Is Indeed more fortunate In
going to sleep not to wake np any
more than to be in my place and have
j t0 |j,e after tbe deplorable affair."
He alone can
of tbe game.
work oat tbe salvation | Under vigorous examination Meti-
wetbet'a teatimony waa
Tbe boy waa frank and houeet in tbe
Loa Angele». Nov. 2g.—President repetition of bis story ot bio relatione
Bovsrd, ot the Cuiversity pt South irn , with brauuO.
California, and President Stevens, of
Occidental College, of tbit city, de- !
dared this mornlog tbat fonthail role»
must be chaneod. President liovard .
said tbat the present asm* will not)
ho played after this »esaoo. The <Jc- '
eldental College will begin Monday
I morning playing the Rugby gome,
8*. Lome, Nov. 29. —Senator Bur-
Principal Niff, of the Thirtieth street
too was sentenced Inlay to all month!
ecbcol, this morning lascad an order
I d the county jail and flnad 12300.
The motion for a new trial was over
' A writ of error was acknowledged
by tbe coart. A bill of eieeptlons
waa filed and a motion for a writ of
For Infants and Children,
error to act M a suprecedes» waa
granted. Tbr case will now bo passed
upon by the Unitari Htatas supreme
court, Burton filed a bond of 8 XXX)
for appearance In tbe higher court.
lie Kind You Have always Bot'glr