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EU-ENE OREGON FRIDAY DECEMBER 8 190 H
UyuAL RA< ui \0AD
LA F m L l LTTEC m ^
I ROLS SITU XTION
Remembrances. . ..
The problem is puzzling the winds of most people toda, and this -emark is very common: “If I only
kuew just wnat to give this one, Henry aud those other folks, my misery would be over.” The list below
mil enable you to makrwise andbeneficial gifts which are ce tainly herein mentioned.
Cincinnati, lier». 7. — Kecelrer Har
mon, if tbe C. H. Á D., which J. P.
Morgan bought, says tbe tl lanond
atf.ire are iu bal abape,*even worse
than at brat supposed. He said he
would ni t talk regsr *it>g the posslbil
ity of »ensational developments of
an i acrimina*, i ng nature.
1c to $1.50
Coats, Pillow Shams,
Men’s 35c wool Golf Gloves . . 27c
50 dozen fancy 35c Neckwear . . 25c
10 dozen 75c and $1.00 Neckwear
3 pairs 25c warm knit Hosiery. . . 50c
3 pairs 50c Fancy Hosiery ,. . $1.00
$4 to $20.00
Pay Us a Visit
% Price Coats
All go to beautify the home and the
purchase of any of these articles is
menty >:r .
We still have remaining a
few coats to clore out at half
the regular value
This is a
golden opportunity to secure
warm wearing apparel at
Come bo us for Prices and
Just Half Price
Whether you intend making a pur
chase or not.
We gladly wel*
come you to our store to see the
elaborate display of new goods
we are now showing.
will do you good.
Collars For Ladies.
15o Boys 3 piece suits in all wool fan
cy patterns, regular $5 val. C *1 1 fk
Sale price .
5 doz. $1.50 gloves, Mocha and
dressed kid broken lots and sizes *
Nothing more appropriate as an Xmas
Gift to men. Our stock comprises every
new idea and pattern.
We Are Sole Agents for the
“Rub Dry Towels”
I Hampton Bros.
Soo Mens ail wool suits, all hand tail
ored, both single and double
Q O C
breasted val. up to$15, now© -F«O J
Mens’ Fancy Vests
Silk and Embroideried
Approation ior Canal Cut
■Veehing’on, l)-< «. 7
Be a tote <f
1* to 111 tbe house today reduced the
H on- " of tbe ornai bill tu #11,00>,-
Rear Hall of Store.
Smoking Jackets For Men
Promptly Cared For.
The Bicycle Team Race
New Y rk, D«c.
Tsu teams I k
still in the six day blrycle race. Tl
Bedell Brothers ar« iu the laid
Friday and Saturday Specials
In Clothing Department
Fancy Hose Supporters and Elastics,
Mirrors, Combs. Purses,, Handker
chiefs in prices from
Prices from $45.00 t»o 90c
Vadisou, l>ec, 7. — \ resolution to
I a con pel Latolleite to re< gti tne office
ba ofjgov -nor or sei ator wm uitroduc«..
today aud summarily killed
Only F ourteen More Shopping Days before Christmas.
A trip to the warehouse this morn
ing revealed the fact that the following
new goods were opened and ready for
Furs are almost indefensible in this
Jimate and to say each and every la
dy should wear one is a mere fact.
We carry the famous Gordon & Fur
geson make and they need no intro
Kock Springs, Wjo., Dsc. 7.—
reported that oiue were killed
oollision of passenger trains on
Union Pacific today.
Lace Collars By Ex
press thi* morning
25 dozen Mens Cambric
Mens all wool Sweaters at a
FRIENDLY’S EXTRA. SPECIALS
1 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
... FOR ...
Also Desires to Know if National
Banks Contribute to Campaign
Grand Sale of
squadrons of cavalry io thia city bare
mutinied. They refused to reply to
or salute their commander,/who fled, |
The revolutionary committee ha.
condemned Father Gopcn to death on
tbe ground that be is a traitor to the
cause of tbe people, declaring that be
baa been influenced by the govern I
r -tion today on the campaign
C0Dtrtbu<iun resolution he offered
yeBterday, and declared be wanted the
“debauching of tbe electorate atop-
ped.” He didn’t want money paid on
h|a pOjfry to be used to “support tbe
The resolution was agreed to with
ment. Father Gopon was previously |
out opposition. After rillmau s war
eumcncd ts appear and a ns »er charg
speech be asks tbe secretary of the
ee, but did not do ao. His trial was
treasury whether tbe reports of the
held before a tribunal of »even epee- I
bank examiners contain any reference ,
' tally «elected. The unanimous verdict
to Dationa banks having contributed , /
. death wee approved by tbe central
, Over a hundred were hurt In a skir
mish between Cossacks aud strikers.
We have still some very good patterns
in Novelty silk suitable for shirtwaists,
regular $1 value, left and on O Q -
sale at, per yard.................. J3FV
Fascinators, Shawls, Scarfs, Hoods,
1000 pieces.^alltogether too many, that’s
all. We must sell them. To de it quick
they will all be sold for twenty-five per
cerit less than regular. The prices:
70 children’s and misses’ coats, ages
4 to 16. This season’s newest styles,
tnree-quarter lengths, full leg o’ mutton
sleeves, in red, blue, green ahd brown.
This includes all our children’s coats.
Your choice for
25c Fascinators for............... 19c
50c Fascinators and Shawls 38c
50c Dresden Ribbon 22c.
Holiday Ribbons at Special Prices.
Al BU I I L
Berlin, Dec. 7.—Tbe local branch ot
revoltnionlate haa received Informa
tion of a reigu of terror at Klett.
Drunken moba are maseacreing Jeae
; and student« and middle claee reforr-
Giles, who stabbed James hue. t:
death during a row over card.i at
1W Wng j.„,.
Havre, Mnttana, was captured after a .
■trenuaue chase of fourteen hour«, in
St. Petersburg, Dec. 7.—An enor
iajured : Andrew Jordan, engi- which a detachment^ of «oldier», a
mous slump iu Kussiau 4s has takeu
***r of tbe passenger; Alex Williams, posse of civilian« aud a number of place, closing at 74. Min; of tbe cit
human porter; W.G. Korlqne, third dog« participated.
ies’ backs srs Io a precarious condi
f0°t; O.cer Peterson, fireman of tbe
tion and a great Scansia) crisis is
peeietigei; J. A If ora, fireman of tbe
B itte,Mont , Dec 7.—Bud Lassvor, imminent
^«ht; u. A. Shaffer, mail clerk; F.
vaudeville »ctor, shot bis wife three
A- Wheeler, c.eductor diner; J. T times and »lightly wounded himself1
®allh I. S. Mitchell, W. D. Parker,
during a druuken row last night.
“1 H.rt. waiter«. Tbe bodies of two J Tbe woman will dte. Her borne Is at
■••I clerks were burned to a crisp, as
*’,e >le i two bodies that were being I 8p
Waahiugton. Deo. 7. -Tbe president
"re:k occurred at 2:30 tbt(
today promoted Tbomas Ft. Neuhau
■•tibg. The mall, baggage, smoker
Woodburn. Or., D m . fl.-Conatabie
dining cere of tbe passenger and Beach yeiterlay arreetad Willie and sen from inspector of Oregon land of
freight oars were destroyed by Hector L«vfne. aged 11 and 13 yera«, flees to special Inspector of the interi
or department as a reward for bls ter
/* ■’'•¡be were killed outright and
raepectlyelT. en tLe charge of robbing
sices in tbe Mitcbell and other land
victim» were incinerated.
John C. Green * hou»e in tbl» city
last September. On accent ot their
age« Justice Overton allowed tn« case
to be cotnpromieea by tbe father pay
mg Grean fj.
Holly ribbon* No.’s 1 and 1^, at 6c and
7c a yard.
$1 Dresden ribbon, 8 inches o o _
wide, 6 colorings, special, yd OOC
2000 fancy lace, silk and spangled col
lars. You will find it easy to select many
Xmas gifts from these, so many, and all
10c, 25c, 37c and up to $8.
All Specia ly Priced.
25c yFool Hose
For 16c Per Pair
For Women and Children all sizes,
Silks, Dr>ss Goods, Table Linens,
$ 1 Novelty Silk 39c.
Green River, Wyo., Dea. 7.-The
«Htbound overland limited
Piciflc met a westbound freight bead-
cd at Milkens, four mi lee east of here
(t midnight, while traveling a mile
Sixteen are dead and
Among tbe dead are the engineer«
•od arerneu ot both train«, tbe con-
doctor and head
brakeman of the
fraigbt, four postal clerks and tbe
retire dining crew of tbe flyer.
Tbs track was torn up in a terrible
•»oner and the oars of tbe flyer de
Tbe flyer was making up
lost time, while tbe freight was run-
[iDg at high speed to make Green
Klrer to sidetrack for tbe passenger.
A mistake it, orders was tbe cause.
The d.a.i are: H. Poterson, J. F.
Phillioar. and J. A. Newsome, mail
rlerka. Tbe injured: Edna Mishak.
Mrs Maod Bendy, E. M Hullitt and
Uertrurle Cook, of San Franclceo; A.
C. Hooker, Salt Lak*
l,t»; M. C. McCoy, of Kaueas City;
beDBf. McArthurs, Caklaud, New
^*l»od, ; sssengers.
Those of the
I 35c Wool Golf Gloves 29c
30 suits, long coat, jacket and Eaton
effects, at % and % less than regular
prices. Come in grey, brown, blue and
black. Sizes 32 to 40.
$12, $15 and $16.50
$20 00 and $18 suits
$22.50 long coat suits, coat lined through
out with satin, full ripple CIO
shirt, special at
A Friendly Glove or "Ier will be
appreciated ai an Xmat gift redeem
able in gloves or merchandise at
gl .lM) ¡Mocha Gloves silk
lined, a pair....... ...
#1.25 Kid Glovds, a pair.
For Men Women sad Children.
Beg’ning at 2 lor 5c and Sc and
20 dozen Beautiful Lace Hander
chiefs, 25c values, special 1 2Xc
Others at 25c, 50c, and up to *5 00
$1.25, $1.00 and 75c Kimonas, each 59c
Woulo Blackmail Armour
•k'c*, Dec. 7.—General Oyama aud
7*" Dftered thta citj this morning.
7. — Senator
Chicago. Dec. 7.-Willi.- Mcsw..n
.Mitchell do » asks that he ha released
end Wilber Cote today pl"<^ «»>*
nr®w<l welcomed him, despite t, to tbe charge of sttsmpt ng to fr.'tb all senate committee ssslgnmsnt*
blackmail Armour aud were sentenced tTTl”floel sction^of t»«e coorte in hie
widey bte b<eB
to thirty days Io jail eaeb
Satisfaction or Your
for $10 in Oregon.
directly to the palace.