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About Eugene weekly guard. (Eugene, Or.) 190?-1910 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1905)
EIGENE OREGON FRIDAY DECEMBER
u expausleuist and a hading
Democrat tor many years. Ale. Gear-
in will leave for Washington io a tew
j^re Now in Full Possession!
Portland Man Receives
This, Eugent s Lending Sime, lus given itse/ over to t’.? exhibition of
_ "’<is. Nevt
there been ■ grander, more c tmprehensiVe
gathering of the world’s greatest offerings. Everything desirable for a
gift is here Let this store s good name head your shopping list.
Toga of the De
Pledged to Support President $
Rate Bill and Will Work
Not much time to stop and think—days are flying and so are the
goods. “Oh! that pretty fur set is gone!’’ said a lad\ yesterday. Yes,
and other rare and fine thingswill ^o tomorrow ,md the next day. No
mere like them. Why wait? why stop? why think ? No risk: never
any risk buying here, and if you don’t know what to give, well, what can
help you better than seeing the thousand and one things now on display,
articles suitable for gift-giving.
Our aisles are wide and roomy, and plenty of courteous sales ladies
to show you through, A visit to our stores does not place you under ‘any
obligation to buy.
i of the |
Salem. Dec. 13.—John M. Gearin,
of Portland, whi appointed United
teta, aeuator, to succeed the late
enator John 11. Mitcbe.l, by Gover
nor Geo. E. Cbarabtrlain.
Fottland, Dae 11. l ira hi» mnrt«
13.-iudictmeuts lug destroyed tbe big al.oiraale gr. -
were returned today by tbe fede.ai eery of Wadbama A lie r B os. blx
grand jury agsiant J .mu M. Faithern, ti.emeu were injured by tbs oppar
president ot tbe Coi-egn l'etmluai Hour collapsing and lit« pi r be the
Erausfer Railway Co , and Fred A. men into the cauldron of tlamra.
Wann, vice president ot the Fere Mar Chris, Houston was the wurst iujured.
quette au,j Coicago X Alton, cbarglug Loen, $300.000.
them with paying rebates amounting
to 120,(00 on shipments over tbe Al
ton. Faitbern »»s formerly vice pres
ident of the Alton aud Wann general
tnauager. it is alleged that durtug
their connection with tbe Alton they
gave rebates to Schwarz »child X Solz-
Albany, N. Y.,JDM. 13.—The court
berurr, packers, of Kansas City. B. of apteala today htaid the petition if
S. Cuaey, traffic manager, recently Hearst's attorneys asking tor the
pleaded guilty to receiving rebates opening of the b. Lot I. lxm and a re
and was fined $5000. Today’s indict- count of the vote. The court decided
manta were returned upon Cuse y 's tbs boxee eauuot .a reopened. Thia
will rrobably result la the electlou of
McClellan being officially declared.
M c C lellan
wins CON I’ st
MUTUAL LIFE HAS
Portland, Dec. 1?. —Tbe appoint
ment of J. M. Gearin to be U. H. een-
<tor for Oregon, vice John ti. Mlb-h
II, deceaeed, gives universal eatlefac-
ion berg. Mr Gearia baa pledged
New York, Dec. 13 —The irnstsea of
New York, Deo. 13.—Tbe directors
htmeelf to support the president’s
the New York Life thia afternoon ec
of tbe Mutual to lay elected Charles
rate bill and will work hard fcr tbe
cepted the résignât loti of i’erkius, bat
i A. Peabody president, Salary, 160,-
oait birber« and Ceos Bay. He le
he remains h member of the boer i.
A New Shipment of Ladies’ Neck Wear arrived today. Other
new articles arriving in every day. Many new novelties
in the numerous departments for gift-giving.
Do your Shopping at Friendly’s
and you’ll get
■out of tl
in gley ae|
■oil in H
HAMPTON BROS I
Good Values and Good Service
fy in or«
; this coni
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led of. sal
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On this |W*J
jnar.-it at I
Run peau ■
ffisbiogtnn, !). C . D jc 13-Fdlton
lh/ss-nreii lie unauimuue consent
I tbe niuate io the passnge of a bill
Itborizing tl ■ Portland X Seattle
lilrosd to construct a bridge across
• Colombia river near Vancouver,
similar bill pished tbe house. Ful-
I interviewed Chairman Burton, of
• rivers and harbors cotntnifee,
Iolotlniet.'I the Columbia improve-
nt» would be, provide! for in tbe
lerger cy bill. Fulton is certain of
I chairmanship of the claims com
tt:»* Gear.it's appointment is fa-
•or -i >f tl»
rork i to b
- ..f 'D
- - t . ■
3'New York, D»o. 13.- Representa
tiv«s of all denoml"«tlans except tte
Homan Catholics u'e holding a meet
ing today to divuss what recomnien
datione will be m-ide Io tLe couren-
tion representing tbs states in Febru
ary as to tbs plan ror marriage and
the Ola Obsevatory
Many have asked as to the exact lo
cation of the syndicate's new wate
reservoir on Skinner's Butte.
company has secured an option on the
ground owned by the state and for
merly occupied by the U. O. observe-
lory, and it is altogether probatne
that the reservoir will be there. The
site has been surveyed and the option
will prctahly soon be closed, after
which work od the reservoir will be
If you want to give a silk waist or dress
pattern for Christmas y<>u will do well to see
these silks before they are picked over,
and to make our silk counter more attractive
we are selling the famous Moneybak Black
Silks at specially'low prices from 8 a. m. to
12 m. every day this week,
Practical Gifts for
everyone at Friendly’s,
$ 1 Kimonas 59c I 25c
1 1 Ar
WORK ON NEW
13. —John K. Core.
20 pieces light and dark colored
Outing Flannel, stripes, checks,
plaids, extra heavy
ity at, yard
12 l-2c and 15c Kimona
cloth, special, a yard at
SAFE BLOWN UP
tin Miller, tbe shoemaker,
Washington, Dsc 13. -Bids for tbe work In bio shop beck of tbe Chart
service by for
*our year»’ Hera-Bristow bank, be
heard two Jond . I
tbe a department
reporta. They Bounded to him aa If
today. P. P. Scbnldermati gets tbe tbey came from tbe bank, and becom
ing alarmed leal a robbery waa being
1 contract for Portland at S5XM). and J
; W. Travis at Spokane for M7C0 Thia committed be bunted tip Policeman
! service Includes ail transfers made by Farrington and told blm of tbe olr-
Upon inreatlgation it
wagon service in tbe cities named.
»■a found that tbe Earles, whoa* hall
4K>, »nd be said over 90 per
^•^Palq to tbe policy holders I d
la on tba third floor of tbe building,
•ere initiating a candidate. Tbey Hr*
' blank cartridge* during the icltia-
Prudential, was the
•lir,. -» t> l( morning In tbe in
ibveatigauoi.. He read staie-
*• stowing thst since tbe coai-
T mters.i business tbe toial pre-
‘*i*selvel wss J287,>»«','*•', Md
** Hid out in benefits #92,««, •
1 Tba so r pi io », including t'i,
*«Pital, at tbe end of 19"! •••
*t! ». WMb , Dae. 19,-Kay Mo-
Salem. Dec. 13.—Attorney A. T. I
•«tad in LeCroaee, Wl»., on a
*,f«wlndling Hiram Goddard Lewie, repreeentlng Wade Richard .
eon, of Milwaukee, appeared before tbe J
•* 1100, «JQ to tbe Oregon land
state land board this morning with a
••Indie, was arrested bort by
* I ollce Delaney ‘onlgbt. He bundle of laud oertlfl --.tee which be ,
bed paid Pater 138,00) for.
ef b*e arrest, bot made no
fb» wbrle ameurt.
I’frrt.. , j. )rr,r ,, t,c>-
C 1 1
100 Beautiful Lace, Silk and Rejane
pique Stock Collars, new stylesand
washable, any one will make a
very pretty and practical Christ
mas gift, 50c values.
while they last at,
Suits and Cloaks Reduced
to Half and Less.
Mocha Clove» UUV
Come in brown», tans, reds QQp
and black, all aizer, pair OOL
Do you realize the time and worry
saved, and how pleased the recip
ient will be to gel a Friendly glove
order for Christmas redeemable in
gloves or merchandise at any time?
Don’t you feel the need of a wool shawl or fascina
te»? We have about 400 of them, all sizes, shapes,
colors and styles, ranging in prices from 25c to *3.00,
and you can buy any of them this week at
Off Regular Prices.
and Capes at
Wool Hoods, Sacques and Bootees for infants and
Men’s Store News
Practical Christmas Gifts For Men.
10 dozen Tie», worth 35c and 50c, at
Others specially priced at 50c, 75c and SI.
12 dozen fancy Hose, worth 35c, spec-
ial at, a pair ........................................
Knit Shawls and Fascinators.
Children’s Coats at One-Half Price.
ZMc 50c LX. 25c each
a Women’s Suits, Coats
ad. , i.ite -r<
11.- ,,.-.-0 h
Will Be Located at the
St Petersburg, Dec. 13 —The situ-
Ontario, Or., Dee.
I* io the Heir I" provinces is tb* divorce legislation.
Carver, of Chinook, Alontaua. has m-
* grata (,f tb« empire’s condi i
uounced that he is ready to receive
li*. It approechew civil war. A
bide for the contraction of the Vair-
•*r- r gat,era! hns been appointed
Malbeur Valley railroad grade, and
tha. work will commence Immediately
•ation cf « ire .-cmmunlcwt I-n Jest
on tbe same. The engineers are at
•oljafe» hours, ihe cable being
Washington, Dro. 13.—The comp-I
Hucot^»t n Anight. Mee»«ges are troller answering tbe senate's inquiry work now cross sectioning »ndeocn
M’ia the ( .-rmen frontier. W itte says tbe reports of tbe national banks as one mile of cross-section is com
’*• a ii iHtnrebip
Trie tleOp don't ebow tOat they contributed to pleted, work will commence on the
'•hiker» at Moscow Is complete
tbe last political campaign except in
two instances, wbere small sums were
contributed ror local campaign met.]
L : g pr. J
Warsaw, D‘O. 13.— At a meeting or
417 cleigymen of Poland it was re-
snlred today after an all night session
to demand autonomy for Polaud with
parliament, a general secret ballot,
reins''itement of the Polish language
in tb<- government offices, abolition
of capital punishment and amnesty
for all political prisoners.
$1.00 Fancy Silks for 39c a yard.
$1.25 Fancy Silks for 70c a Yard.
Only 9 More
.THE NEW WATER
Others specially priced at 50c, 75c and S 1.50.J
Practical Christmas Cifa for Boys.
10 dozen Winsor Tie», new »tyle»,
5 dozen Boys’ Sweaters, worth 65c, spec
Caps, Blouses, Shirts, Hose, Gloves, Socks,
Underwear, Suits, Overcoats, Trousers,
Handkerchiefs, gloves, scarfs, ffrncy suspenders,
smoking jackets, bath robes, night dresses, etc.
Some of these are just what he wants.
To tickle the boy give him something he can put on
He wants to feel like a man.
Tba very lataat costo mea «ver put
before tbe publie from tl rp. Both
ladles’ and gants'.
to Investigate see Donald Preaton at
Herald prln’o» offlee I d tbe evening.
Gcod Goods Only.
Satisfaction or Your