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EUGENE OREGON FRIDAY DECEMBER 22 1905
OF LETTISH .
And you will learn how to save a few dol’ars by our Special Offerings.
HRISTMAS is but a few days ahead of us and we are all planning to
give some gift and of course any article that is useful will be more
appreciated by the receiver and more so if bought at Hampton’s for they
will know that the quality is good and the articles up-to-date.
Wednesday and Thursday
Riga Has Bern Selected
by the Russian
A few oi these $10.00 and $12.00 Waists that we are selling at
Ladies’ Jap Silk Kimonas, quilted linings, worth $5.00
Tomorrow you can buy them for.....................................
not bring John F'ewrcr aud Lillie
Howard, who are held at Salem on a
warrant issued in Benton county and
sworn to by the girl’s father last Sat
urday, Eawver, who Is 40 years old,
deserted his wife end six children
T) fg I'M ! fj | I z'a ,le*r Monroe,and eloped with 19-year-
x s ol i k111*6 Howard, In male attire.
They came down the Wlllamet’e river
In a row boat aud reached Salem Sun
day moruirg, aud later were arrested
aud held by the Benton officers.
! Tbe case will be tried in Marion
Washington, Dec. 18.—In the IfU-
county. The deserted wife is at the ate today Senator Teller paid an elu-
I Occidental Hotel here, awaiting de- queut tribute to the uiemo’y of Jotitl
11. Mitchell. He said be put iu long
years of service and devotion to the
people egalrit 'h ■ testimony cf per
jurers and tbievs«. He believed him
innocent of any crime. Spoouer Of
Two Kindred Thousand Armed
fended I’ultou for not announcing hi.
Peasants Now in Revolt —
Boston, Deo. 20.-It ie believed that .
Lawson made about three million del .
Czar's Authority Ceased in
lars In the last three days. It 1. uc- j
deratood be received previous tut >r-
rnatlon ot the Chicago banks bain
shaky, enabling him to get from un
’’St. Petersburg. Dec. 20.—Tbe uum der and catch wbal others dropped,
Boston, Dec. !0. — Evangelist Dowio
ter or armed peasants uow I d rerul preparatory to another bear Cl ID
w«« carefully carried aboard the
is 2C0 000, acd tbe czsr's autborlt.v^,M1^u
steamer Admiral Daw.y this morning
bas entirely cessed to exist in tb ■
and started for Jamaica In care of
Baltic provinces. Fifteen bnudred Dpf" 1RDfAi'|TV
delegates to the Pan-Lettish congree-i l\L-L^li
nurses and bis son,Gladstone, Dow le
lives In an Invalid cair.
at Riga Lave been selected. Riga ia t t
be tbe capital ot tbe hellish republic, i
Tbe army bas ordered all males tn
arm and join tbo forces, to pay no
Washington,I»ec. 20.—The improba-
taxes and obey no orders of the czar’s
bllity of congressional action on recl-
The orders are
procity thia session has led tbe ad-
| ministration to attempt to stay ttie
application of German duties to
New York, I>eo 20.—The ferry bon««
ot the Delanare and Laakawauuu
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and Central cf New Jersey burned
County School Superintendent w. thia morning, with a $3(0,000 loss. It
ZZX B. Dillard has received a diploma for la telievrd one hoy w.s burned to
Corvallis, Or., Deo. 19. -^Sheriff | the Lane county educational exhibit death. The ticket agent saved <4I,-
Burnett arrived horns today, tin iu it iba L-»wis a nd Clark fair.
000 I d cu.b and ticket».
Read Our Advertisements
We offer to you the choice of
r beautiful line of furs at a discount of
20 per cent.
$1.00 Furs reduced to . . . 80c
$5.00 Furs reduced to . . $4.00
$2.00 Furs reduced to . $1.60
$7.00 Furs reduced to . . • 5.60
$2.50 Furs reduced to
$10.Oo Furs reduced to . . 8.00
And so on up the line. We have some beautiful specimens in Mink and
Fox ranging from $2o.00 to $45.00 that we are offering at a big discount for
Wednesday and Thursday.
No. 4 3
Ladies’ Eiderdown r • »• • i • I > i • d pink, neatly trimmed silk cord and tassel
$5.00 robes reduced to . . $4.00
$9.00 Robes reduced to . . $7.00
$4.50 robes reduced to . . 3.50
$8.00 Robes reduced to . . 6.00
Men’s Smoking Jackets
Your choice of an 88.00, $ 10.00, $12.00 and $15.00 line for
ELOPERS TO Bt
TI<iED AT SALEM |
Welsh nauk failures at Chicago re
el.ted today in a ran on tbe Bedford
i National btre,ot which Walsh is pres
ided. Money was arriving all night
to stem the attack.
GQOD GOODS ONLY.
Satisfaction or Your Money Back
EUGENE'S FOREMOST AND
As this may be our last opportunity, we desire now to extend you a
Very Merry Xmas i
t Patrons and Friends I
19. —Depositors of
tbe Cbicago National aud the Home
I Savings banks gathered early, tekina I
I tbe pulice unaware., aud great contu-
All applicants ure
Topeka, Kaa , Dec 19. —Wreckers
Chicago, Dec. 18.—John K. iValsh’s
finks, the Chicago, tbe National getting tbeir money as fast as the tel- this morning derailed a Santa F’e
train near Lang and caused the death
Home and tbe Savings
Equitable , lers can count ia nut.
This morning Qnited States Dis of Elmer Derrick, an express met
Traet,th«s insolvency of which was an-
biHlnced this morning by tbe Aeaoci- trict Attorney Morrison had received ' seuger, and injured tire others. This
•fid Banka of Cbicago, were besieged no ofNclal notice of Intention of pros is the fifth time an attempt has bee >
tf depositors at an early hour this ecution. He sail be could nrt antic made to wreck this train. Spikes,
morning in an angry mood.
Tbe ipate what the proper authorities will angle bars and bolts were removed
Tbe train plunged
Home Seringa especially was the ob- do, end that he could not instigate from the rails.
ject of the demand of small deposi an action until he receive, official nc- down a twenty foot embankment and
J “e La u j rii it)
A banker of Chicago bas guar- ! tire from Ridglev anti Boewcith. He was partis ly • destroyed
consumed tn tbe 4
uteed to make good every iiabilty and aaid that if ini reputatile citizen rick's body being
every claim. Private speculation ' made rreper representation be would Hie.
1 take cognizance. United Slate. At- |
a the operations of railroad and coal
torney Healey said tiiRt be is not 1
inds, quarries and other side lines Is
making an investigation on bls own
lid to be the cause of the trouble,
HHlbsoro, Or.. Dao. 2u.—Sidney !
acconnt and has received uo com
'be National bad $16,000,000 in de-
the half-witted youth who
Ridgley appeared at the
oslts and tbe Home $4,100 000, he
killed W. W. Booth iu j
to complete the heTI UP “D(l
dging to 8009 depositors. Tbe total
year, today pleaded
invest'gallon, wbub ho s.ys Is nearly
abilities of the three institutions
through. He expects to complete it guilty to murder in tbe second degree
mounts to $26,000.000. The direc
and wae sentenced to life impii.cn-
today and start for Washington.
art. Walsh and the bankers of tbe
Tbe flnan«e committee ot tbe coun mei.t.
Uy have turued over aecui'ities
cil met to consider tbe condition of
•minting to $1,000.000, and guaran-
$2,500,000 of the city funds in tbe
led the remainder. The banka open-
Cbicago Natianai bank, aDd decided
Butte, Dec. 19.-A mob of ab on
at the usual uour tbit morning and
they were safe and that th. city was 2000 Irish last night assembled in
lid depositors, bnt received
Walsh appeared at front of tbe Grand theatre and pre
Tbe, clearing boote is
tbe baok today. He alighted from vented tbe Dreamland burlesquers
arge of tbe banks.
bis carriage bait a block away and from giving a performance as tbe re
Wslsh resigned tbe presidency
walked through tbe crowd unrecog suit of the objectionable posters car-
e Chicago National at a meeting of
He refused to answer any icatortng tbe Irish. Warrants were is
e directors this morning.
questions and appeared calm, smiling sued for tbe arrest ot tbe actors If
National Bank Examiner Charles
with assurance when asked if be fear they made aD attempt to play on the
> Bosworth, with a clerical force
ed criminal proserution. He apt ears grounda of causing a disturbance.
»oi tbe clearing house, has taken
I to be sonfldent that tbe law bas not This action bae.beeu taken by tbe an
• p.eoe of .tbe^ rsilgned; president.
been violated, though t»e refoeed to tborities to avoid possible bloodshed.
11 members of the clearing house
say a word.
»mlttee ana Boaworth ware elected
Ireotora. Ridgley issued the state-
wot; "A misunderstanding appears
Cbicago, Deo. 20.—Tbo assurances
»•list. Tbe baok bas not failed, nor
of tbe clearing bouse committee that
tos-d Its doors, bnt ia emharaaeed by
ail depositare of tbe Chicago Nation- ;
ivevtmenta. A large amount of m
al and Homo Savings baDks would bo
*• is tn anavallable securities, but
paid and tbe prompt payment of those
Washington, Doc. 20-Tbe secretary appearing tbe lest two days, bao |re
• sre open tor business and every
of the interior bas ordered tbe with is) ve I tensions As a result few ap
•Her wi>| be paid Immediately."
drawal ot__*6,000 acres In Clackamas peared to withdraw money this ta»rn- :
county. tJregou, fora forest reserve. ing, not _
_____ a _____
hundred and |
Washington, Dec. 18.— Ridgley, at
Member of C*rel4Commij»ion
fifty, mostly savings bank depositors.
^ieag. , telegrapebd Shaw that the
---------------- ————— n,, poiiee Io welting announced that
Washington Dec. 20-Josepb Bock
Huetlon is relieved by the clearing
to draw money now woold caose tbe
appo'nted t------ a loss ot lutersst. and most of them de
oom mH tee end Hie ml oar Boa- ley r Bi’bop was appointed"*today
•rtb'e appointment to run the three member of the Panama canal corn olded to wait until after January 1. I
N-ka under a guarantee from the eo isaon.
The run on tbe Bedford, Indiana. Na- j
R-er banka co pay all liabilities.
Snow fell to a deptn of several tional bank bas ceased, the boslnes
lachas on Spencer's Botte and the moo there feeling that tbe bank isH
B'lford, Indiana, Doo.
l».-TbeCeoarg hills Isst; night
Our Semi-Annual Red
Letter Clearance Sale
Begins Tuesday, December 26, and will continue all the
month of January, 1906. We have anticipated and planned
some, grand bargains for this clearance sale. Every article in
our Dry Goods and Clothing departments will be greatly re-
duced. Watch for special announcement and prices.
Send for one of our circulars. It’s worth $ 1 in cash to you.
Get That Habit of Trading With
S. H. FRIENDLY,
594 Wilamette Street, Eugene, Oregon.
NU'l Orders Carefully and
W e'earry the beat of everything
for women, men, boyi and girls