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About Eugene weekly guard. (Eugene, Or.) 190?-1910 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1906)
ELISENE OREGON FRIDAY JANUARY 5 1906
January Clearance Sale
f c Introduced in
Make Forgeries at Instance
Lakes’ wool waists 20% Reduction
On all Furs, some good specimens left
from which to make your selections
On AU Waistings
>l.oo grades reduced to 80c
.Sfih grades reduced to 40c
Salem, Jan. 3
■ga u»t H. H. turner was ulsii-.ei
n the land fraud ft lai ot A T. Kel
Uber today in order to permit Turner
>c testify agaln«t the latter.
nade a o.mplate confession, admit
ting that ho was employed tn make
'orgeriea at tne i.iatgnca and wi b the
full knowledge of helliher f r the
purpose of turning the Lnd over to
lie took the tisni'a from
the city director), and was paid seven
nllara for eacu half sect ion.
•nuleseed to eiguiLg tne iiatje'of G.I,
Klee to an application upon which
the indictment against K llilier WHH
Apron Ginghams, go d rvle...
Outing Flannels, assorted colors
pew on Account of In ur-
With and wkhoub capes to be sold lor less than cost.
Muslin Underwear rt, : ptci ! Price*
Resolution to That Ff
25 Automobils Coats
Clearance Sale Prices on all Umbra las
’’acu lugiuu, uav*
bui llUdl ■
In t ccurtmar-
ill proceedings Hgainst Ensign Cnas.
T. Wade, who was engineer officer’
jf the gnu boat Benuiugtou wlirii its
Onllers blew up el Sail Hugo, Cal.,
an agreement has be«<n reached snd
all partk'nlsrs f»nt to Mare Island. 1’
I* understood that Wade will be ac-
d fitted or let iff very eagy.
Secretary Bonaparte disapprove 1
at the fludings attd returned lhe rec
ord for review. It la believed lhe gee
ritsry reached the ecuolueion that
the aen'.enee was entirely inadequate.
Made Complete Confession, Ad- It is not mandatory that the court
j Senator Bracket? Declares Public
ihall change th- senteuc . b't it |
Have to go over lue caae aguiu aou re-
miffing He Was Emp'oved »0
Will Lose Confidence in De-
port new bindings
Big reductions on Lad es dress goods, walking skirts at half price; Childrens
drtises at haff price; Ladies and Childrens coats half price; about»
Clearance Sale Prices on Men’s -nd Boy’s
C lotting, l-fats and Overcoits . . .
$10 and $12 Silk Waisbs, cssurLed
W AIN li
Albany, N. Y., Jau. 3. —Senator
Brack, ft teda) It t. o< ced a resolu
La Grand», I'r., Jan 3.—The tion in tbs N» w lore legislature re
Northwestern Fruit Growi-«e’ Aaaooi- questing Depew to resigu forthwith
itioD met Hi annual se ainn h< re tn 'onaccuuut if dischiauree iu the in
lay. Delegates are present trr m all surance lare -tigatiuu, declaring luat
the Western etatea. the program car- the public a JI lose confidence in the
era three days, and has a long list of senato.’« ability. Governor iiu-giua’
meaaage uayc lite pr.biem of alate
1 regulation ot inaiirat.ee is bow to
i cure and not to kli', how to preserve
and not to tear down, He told the
legislate tLut tde# are called upon
S’ AHGHTER to tuek“ a r»di i.l religion of the l.w
• for the benefit of investors in life in
aurane a d tor I be regul-ttp.il and re-
MosdOw, dan. 3 It la estimated H;ralnt of the compiles, lhe rues-
that the toi-i casualties in the revolt
.j, pi.Hole- ehcul 1 be of
wilt retch 15 UM), the majority of the standard form ir «radicate tre abuses
vic'tms peaceful citizens. Ihn c.t arising from ambiguity, complicity
la quiet today, lhe vi voluti uist1 a..,t ju,., nipleteueeg of contr-ct, and
writ be starved luto eubml'gicu.
demon is that full publlclly be as
1 CITY OF MOSCOW’S
Ir. Mad Chase
ecau-.ry will ba tapped by tea Poe.
A b.Hocli Hue w 11 extend io Spokane.
Tie reute will f il w »F« general riv
er courre of the Northern I’aciflc
westward to the Mcntaiui line. St
Peril traiuB will be runnlug Into S«<at-
’ll in four 'ear?, H-'cordiiig Io Engi
» Boise, Idaho, Jan 3 —Thom«» tln-
Millions In mad clmse after health
gan * hi arraigned this mnrtiii g, from on» extreme f fountain to hu -
charged with the murder of ex-Gov ¡other, when, if the-; wcnkl only eat
»he - I
erncr "jmnk Stuoneutewsg. He r«-f>-»- •ar < »“Od a >d < «
■1 to talk and Ills heart g wag set tor ular with I r. Kite'« Now Lite Pills,
tn-ir troubles would all paaa hwhv .
Five other men beeld«»' I', ipt »elief MH ant k cure lor lirer
Duluth, Miun., Jao. 3.—The north
Hogan ere in ths Old sell jail < harg- aud _'l0in -ch trouble, 25' st W. L. la swent by a bllzz-itd today and all
ed with the crime.
' Dcl.aro’e drug store Guaranteed.
trains are delayed.
Washington, Jan. 3.-Director W.j-
1 ott, cof the reclamation asrvice, has
i recommanded to the secretary oi the
rnrr’c 1’lart, Sa- to Domirgo, Jan. I interior.that wagon grant lands be ex
3. The troops of tie ingltitve pres i eluded from lhe Malt e ir iriigation
ident, Morales, nuder Gti.-er.rl Roder ' project and that the werk be com
«goes, attacked this c»- -••terday, menced at once. Tuia leaves 20,000
the tattle continuing till day.
A acres to be reclaimed at a coat ot
nun.bar sere killed and wounded on SiRI.OOtl. it is expected that SeOta
wo Crews of Surveyors Left both tides bayonets and swcrla play U:> Hitchcock will tulljw the recom
ing a f’-->mirf»nt part in the buuo u mendation.
B tie Y terday Aittrnooi
hard tig't. Rodrigues is pre; a. lug acres of laud iu Oregon weie with
another a'r-i k today. It is under- drawn for use in the Malheur project
Will Be Completed in *
toed that If enccet«fnl Hcddeiigues today.
will become h candidate for pree
Extending. Line to
Butt», Mont., Jan 3—The flr-t
laps tow-i i | ugh lug the ex>en<iuD of
|.e CblcBao, Miiwankle & St. Hm i
'■t'Hd iru . Evarts, S utb Dakota,
i bcst'.le ver thkvn jestfiday after-
1 ou, *b a two petties oi surveyor«
ere a»nt ta« from I’nt*»
Lit, division chief enuiroo , »<•
■-yad dirictlon of th» work. The
will touch at Lewiston, Idaho,
id tne 1 I.der Mountain m’r.liig
Waitsburg, Wush., Jar. 3.—The
New York, Jan. 3.—The resignation
poitofrice at thia place was entered
of John A. McCall, president of the
last nig‘>t. The con>Linatiou eafe wa
N'< w York Life, was tendered and ac-;
workei and fifty dollars in stamp»
ceptrd by the board of directors this
and money seenred. Suspicion rests
'■ ttemoon. Ort was elected to sue
; on a stranger, who ha* disappeared
ce»<l MiCall at a «alary of
$22.50 to $27.50 suits and
overcoats . . $16.25
117.50 to $22.50 suits and
overcoats . . $14.65
15.00 to $1X50 suits and
overcoats . . $11.85
$10.00 to $15.00 suits and
$7.50 to $10.00 suits and
overcoats . . $5.25
$5.00 to $7.50 suits and
TOLMIE & TRAVER
whole month of
Everything in the house
There are tome flue goods let. yet
from our holiday lines. Maoy goods
marked.duwr to balfjt rice.
HULL’S DKUG STORE.
Cbrtstmsa eve, to Mr. and Mrs. John
Steer, a sou.
At a special meeting of the volet»
ot .Florence schorl dlitrlct last Satur
day t. Id-mil! tax was voted for 19tMl
to provide funds fur the supper! of
thi pur lie school.
At the regular meeting ot Ocean
Wave Camp, Modern Woodmen ot
America,h»ld at Acme Saturday eieu-
lug.the following cfflcers were elected
for lhe coming year: George H.
Gitbe, venerable consul;M. J. Swe.t,
advisor; Uecar Gales, banker; W. 11.
V e I’bersou, clerk ; Frank Sweet, ei
cert; Curtis Sweet, watchman; Che».
AndersoD, eentry; Frank Sweet, man
ager fot three yea’s; G. K. Milla,
mareger for two years; Cortis Sweet,
manager for one year.—The West.
EGIN I NG Friday, Jan
uary 5th. we .com
mence the bigge t
cut price clothing sale we
ever held. This is a genu
ine, honest, cash getting
sale and exactly as adver
tised. This saléis not to
dispose of old or unsaleable
stock: it is simply our
method of making room for
new Spring goods and of
getting cash with which to
pay for them.
Big reductions on Dress
Goods, Ladies’ suiLs and
CoaLs, Underwear and Do
Seller of Lhe Best
Good Goods Only.
Satisfaction or Your