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About Eugene weekly guard. (Eugene, Or.) 190?-1910 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1906)
W E E l\ L V
EUMENE OREGON ERI HAY JANUARY 26 1906
Cnly a Few Days More
And one of the most successful Annual Sales conducted in
Eugene will come to a close, but not without making
many new customers, and strengthening the
confidence of our new patrons.
Every One Aboard tht
fra Queen City and Salvor. eent fro>i>
\ iotoria yeiterday to rescue tbe pa«-
eeugers of the Valencia, hrve re
turned, having failed to make connec
All hope of saving tbe live«
of the passengers is now gone.
returuiug boats say the storm will
break the Valencia up in « few hours,
the Qoei p taw nothing uf her and
met uo lifeboats. The pasaengere were
thrown into the water Hud there is
no hope of escape, as tbe shore is a
precipice, affording uo footnold for
iveu a goat.
Victoria Jan. 24.—The two rescuing
steamers which weut from Victoria
are staudiug by tbe Valencia ba» it
Vessel Struck Rocks in Straights » impossible to reach her or give her
aid ou account of a hurricane ai d 1
of Fuca—Bound From
heavy seas. Tbe Topeka Is staudiug
by but cannot reach her. Cape B»sl«
San Francisco to
reports that but ttfeeu persons were
saved, six at Cape Heals and nine are
ashore fifteen mile from there.
Tomorrow we place on sale 500 pairs of children’s and misses’ fine
ribbed hose, a hose that is sold about town for 25c. Our
price for a few days only______________________ _______
To close out the odds and ends of cur winter Gloves we offer
you our 50c wool golf gloves at the reduced price of_____
O t _
Mocha silk lined Gloves, in black, brown and grey, $1.25
values for ___
A few children’s and misses’ rain coats, with or
without capes, to close out at______________
St.25 and $1.40 Kimonas, made up in Persian and Japanese
effects, satin trimmed, assorted sizes, now selling at---------
Kimona and Wrapper materials. Persian
patterns, 36 inches wide, reduced to__
* W dxiU
$10.00 AND $12.00 SILK WAISTS
Reduced to.____ ____________ ____ ____ ________
A few of those 3-piece suits for boys left that are
closing out at
says that the Valencia la a to.al los»
and that everybody on the boat w at
i drowned, not cue being rescued
Sestile, Wash., Jan. 24.—The Va
lencia Is breaking up fast.
of life is now estimated at 75.
will be lost it the boat breaks op.
Victoria, d C., Jan. 21 —The only
news conc°rnlng the Valencia wreck
this mornuig is to the effect that the
weather conditions were such la«t
night that there is but little hopes
that anything la left of the strainer
now. No word has been receive 1 yet
as to whether or n-’t the rescue ships
reached the place. The vessel strnck
the rocks ai tba bawa of the ullff of
she Straits of Jurn de Fuca earlv
Tuesday morning with 94 passengers
and a crew of 60. It is feared most
Hau Francisco, Jan. 24.—Officials of
tbe Baeido Coast Steriusbip C imp in; ,
owners of tbe Valencia, tepori fl
uì to nnoo today hot a single Iti»
gr„m b*d been received f’om the
scene of tbe dlrseter
No news i
expected until tome time this afte-
•'te““,er Queen City or
City if Topeka,
whijh left Seatlie
The Queen City
ahiuld Leva reached the scene of th,
wreck about 11 o'clock laat nigh:
Many auxioua people are besieging
,be of0c«e of the steamship company
“id iu person,
Washington, Jen. 24. —The senate
ccmmitte« on forelgu relations '. >■«
decided to report in favor of the
treaty confirming Cuba's tuletc the
Isle of Fines.
In the boose the galleries w«re
crowded and the member« were neatly
ail present in anticipation of the hat
tie for statehood, over which there
ha« long been skirmithltg, which will
be fought out ou the door today.
Boucle« chicken tamale at the Pal
ace of Sweets served for 15 senta.
riClH r rlCC
Every Article in the Store Reduced,
2:54 p. m.—A
Seattle, Wash., Jan. 24.—The steam-
Men’s $10.00 Overcoats reduced to
Men’s $8.00 Overcoats reduced to
Victor:«, Jan. 24,
rnsssage just recr-lved from Bamtleld
of these »re lost. The steamer wst
euronte to Puget Sound from Sa:i
Contract Goods Excepted.
Six Days Grand
and plied between Colombia river
point«, she was on tbe deck being re
paired at St. Johns.
A vieitor threw
a lighted match into tbe oil lank,
which exploded, killing tbe découd
engineer and his Urentao.
or Threw a
ntothe Oil Tank, Causing
tlsed, Jan. 24.-The Steamer
lator, plying ou the Columbia
Letaeeu Pcrisnd Hnd The Dal-
blew up at St. Johns, eix miles
this city, this afternoon at 1:30
Twc men were killed and
testnsr is now btirDiDf.
Regulator is the property of
Regnlat r Steau.ehip Company,
THAN 00 HOME
We take stock the last day of this month, next Wednesday.
Our stock must he reduced several thousand dollars before that
time. We would much rather count the money than the goods.
In order to turn some of our immense stock of merchandise into
money we have planned one of the greatest Six Day Economy
Sales ever held in this city. If you need anything in any of the
lines we carry, get it < now if __________________
possible, and save
half on many
District Attorney Mor
Koseburg, Or., Jan. 2’4.—Jeeee L. I
Laugley, the 47-year old Martinez
ooutraotor, who wa« arrested here
Sunday uigbt on the ttalti m which
he was accompanying a 14-year-cld
girl calling herself Theresa Mayer to
Portland, where tbe two were to be
married, says be would rather kill Witness Can’t Claim Immunity
himself than go nack to California,
Unless He Testifies Under Oath
if he thought he would hare to serve
a term in the penitentiary for Ms sot.
in Court - Ruling of the
He is now 11 tbe Douglas county jal).
awailLg tbe arrival of Sheriff \ eal
It is not jet known
whethe- he will light extradition pro-
Chicago, Jan. 24.—In the federal
ceedmgs. The cba ge against him is coart this morning District Attorney
felony,and »be officers here suppose it Morrison expounded the common law
which provides for immunity for per
sons who turn stale’s evidence. Mor
rison's understanding of the law is
that a witness cannot claim immunity
unless be testifies under oath In
ccurt, and moat claim their constitu
tional privilge io open coart.
court disagreed with the main polntt
Net» York, <t>n. 24. -'Jan.ral
er is weaker today, bat there la stiill of Morrison's plea.
rison’s Theory oí Im
To Begin With, We Will Sell You Friday and
Saturday, January 26 and 27, Two Days Only,
Any Man’s .^uiL in the Store for $8.85
This includes all suits from $10 to $27.50. Absolutely every suit goes
at this price. If you have been here looking for a suit recently, and
seen one that you want, no matter what the original price C Q O C
was, you can buy it Friday and Saturday for only..
Boys’ 3-Piece Suits
hopes of hie recovery.
st, back and throat wirm, and
ewillbeli’tle danger of ccughs,
s or pneumonia.
it • Cu:i.-'ob
a < M w ti«».
Sizes 5 to 16 years.
Three-piece suits ...
Sizes 5 to 16 years.
100 suits, made of finished and
finished worsted, cheviots and twe
splendidly lined and tailored. Sol eg-
larly at from $3 to $6, special Pre- Ven
tory Sale price
$2.85 a Suit».
Women’s Suit? lor Less Than Half.
Be-i Comforts Reduced.
We have only a few left and the styles and work
manship are the best. The story is short. All Long
Coat Suits, values up to $35.00, to close out,
iwo dozen full sized Comforts, reg/ar
$1.25 quality, special
Two dozen full sized Comforts
$1.50 quality, special, each
Shirtwaists 25 Per Cent Less. '
Includes all Albatross, Mohak- Taffeta Silk, Nuns
Veiling and Linen waists. Size* 32 to 40.
f ’.00 Shirtwaists ’r.
Bed Spreads Reduced
All Blouse Jacket Suita, va’uef up to 1U5.00, to
San Praoctsco, J bd . 24.—At a mi-et-1
trig of tbe^ilreotors of the Pacific
Berlin, Jan. 24.-A cable says that CoMt Baseball Lsaans todav the base-
c LI íj of U m Taoanta 'ea<r.
the isjur.d of -»»»I, on« °t
, Iron. iba', city by a vot« cf ;
an U’Otip, has i»«n swept by t re. , lava
Sote. Cstlfornla city wiJ!
«nd ashes irerr. a vc.cwnc All
heve beeu dretroyed. u!
Tht nlaltn« of
«averli .it.as vaeking wimtNioii tn
tk>M are ruinad and 15, OX
•tn are '"tog C’ r.stdaro*!.
Fr-foo t «« a «tsoat A-i«g ’ioL so-1
prnsfW’la of gs‘-
Ifiw Passdsn-i eo
i»<! ¿lai ms.
notée I Hit !><s
‘ tb ■ onedak f<
tii I jhftW
«il «•«qttirs ’ot •‘d
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4. f r>liAV
Boys’ 2-Piece Suits.
At? Half Price.
Bed Spreads for
Bed Spread* for
Bed Spreads for
Hosiery and Underwear.
25c woo! Hose, al! sizes, pair
30c Fleece lined pants
ABsw !H e rf?» 4,r„.„
POSITIVELY EVERY ARTICLE IN THE STORE RADICALLY REDUCED.
Mail and Phorc Orders Ptomptly and Carefully Fined.
£ jgcnc'i F'X
ah J Best Store.
Ccy<’. Crouds Only.
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