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About Eugene weekly guard. (Eugene, Or.) 190?-1910 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1906)
EU ENE OREGON FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9 19'b
Heavy double fleeced cotton goods in striped and figured effects, just the thing
for a warm Kimona these cold mornings. A material that has 1
always sold for 25c and 30c per yard. Our price to close out
100 dozen pairs of children’s and misses’ fine ribbed cotton Hose,
sizes 5 to 9, 25c values, for..... ............... ..................... ..........................
$1.50 wool Shirtwaists, assorted patterns, to close out for, each__
$3.00 all-wool waists, to close out for, each_________ _________
Mrs. Nellie Riley, of Walla
Walla, Dies in Hos-
LADIES’ WALKING SKIRTS, GREYS AND BLACKS
$2.00 Skirts for............................ $1.50
$3.00 Skirts................ ........ $1.50
$2.50 Skirts for____________ $1.25
$4.00 Skirts ________
Our new summer wash goods are here and it would be impossible to describe their
auty of design and quality of texture here, so we can only ask you to call and look
New shipment of Percale Wrappers, many go< d pattern
m which to make selections. Price $1 00 and up.
AS WE ARE CLOSING OUT
THIS LINE YOU CAN SECURE
BOYS’ CLOTHES FOR LES^
M Ez Jò.ne Hopkiiy
cover thousands of
sturejy little shoulder?
Inquest Shows that Trainmen Used
All Necessary Precautions to
Running Close Together
Portland. Feb. 7.—Mrs. Nellie Riley,
of Walla Walla, the fifth victim of
yesterday's wreck at Bridal Veil, died
at the hosptial this morning. At the
inquest it was shown that trains Nos.
3 and 5 had been running uearTy to
gether the greater part of the night.
At The Dalles both received orders
to wait at Bridal Veil on account of a
derailed freight near Troutdale. Con
ductor Glendening. of No. 3. declared
he used every precaution, aud oven
sent a flagman back to signal the ap
proaching train. T. C. Lord, flag
man. testified that he went the re
Portland. Fell. 7.—The coroner’s
inquest over tlie bodies of the victims
of yesterday's wreck at Bridal Veil
Evidence shows that
the wreck was purely accidental and
i navoidal.le, being caused by the
breaking of a it am pipe.
Portland, Feb. 7.—The coroner's
jury found the wreck to have been
unavoidable aud placed no blame.
<1. l eli. 6.— Train Number 3,
Jar passenger train from
on the l>. K. A N.. crashed
I foui iml. -. mat ni Bridal
l!ii mile» east of Portland at
H ck this morning. No. 3 was
train, the steam pipes in
the engine having broken,
e engineer and fireman out
Every person in the Pull-
e rear of train No. 5 was
led or injured.
ou can put your
in the prescrip-
we fill for you.
ig the doctor’s in
ti on s implicitly,
me of the reasons
your doctor can
ys tell just what
c option we fill
be expected to do.
he 6 7,000 pre-
s on file in our
y attest the
ce that your
bors place in us.
fe Willamette St.
smooth ovi r the difficulties I st ween
France and Germany than any other
mt mber of the conference,ami declare
America d< s< rve s the gratitude of tv
ery nation th airing peace.
Berlin. Feb. 7.— It is reported again
that Liuieviteh has been dismissed on
account of inability to restrain the
mutinous Russian soldiers iu Man
Berlin. Fell. 5.—It is announced
hut t be outc< n e of the Algeciras con
ference can in no case lie niadi' a
cause for war with France,
conference will end in March.
Salem. Feb. 5.—Governor Chamber
lain has granted full pardon to John
Larsen, a boy of 18, who was sent to
the penitentiary from Douglas county.
Larsen is not his true name,
comes from a respectable family in an
He ran away from
home when 14 years of age with a cir-
The governor investigateti the
case and came to the conclusion that
the state prison was no place for the
boy. The father was present when the
pardon was issued aud took the boy
East with him last evening.
Washington, Feb. 6.—Senator Hey
burn, of Idaho, is slightly improved
Peritonitis has set
in, but is said to lie less troublesome
today. Worry aggravates the case.
Peoria. Ill., Feb. 6.—Rev. Geo.
S'mmpus, recently made manager of
the Yates sennlorial campaign, com
mitted suicide U'is morning as a re
sult of gossip couui-etiug his name
with immoral condition».
one of the most prominent clergymen
and business men of this ,n»rt of tlie
country, being pastor of the Baptist
church, president of two savings
banks and author of religious works
aud a lecturer. Complaint was made
against him by the parents of boys
lin the Baptist church Boys' Brigade.
Editors of the papers in this city
told him if he would leave town iu
24 hours to save the boys' reputations
there would lie no prosecution,
eaves a widow but no children.
Morning Used in Reading th
Chicago, Feb. 7. — Iu the imekers'
case this morning the attorneys'for
the packers resumed the reading of
the Garfield report. Morrison moved
that the court dispense with the lead
ing as it was a waste of time, but was
not sustained. The first fifty pages
consumed four hours in reading, and
there yet remain 300 pages.
Attoniey-t ieneral Moody received a
telegram informing him that his law
partner, Joseph Pearl, was dead at
Haverhill, Mass. He will probably
attend the funeral.
Seattie, Feb. 5.—It is announced
hat there will lie another investiga
tion of the Valencia wreck and the
blame placed where it belongs.
local committee represetiung cummer
cial bodies met here today and form
ulated a message to the president of
killed are Auuy Edwards, a traveling
• the subject.
baggageman for a local baggage trans
fer company ¡Edward L. Sinno. aged
The schooner Millie Coleman,
Washington, Felt. fi.—The president
27, of Portland, and two unidenti
out from Uuga Island, with a
today withdrew the nomination of
fied. Tlie seriously, probably fatally
Bristol aa U. S. district attorney for cargo of fish, is supposed to lie lost
injured are Mrs. W. Riley, of Walla
No other name will be sent with a crew of seven. Captain John
Washington. Feb. 7.—Senator Ful Oregon.
Walla ; Joseph Russell, of East Oak
ton. of tlie public lauds commtitee in until Bristol submits his defense son had his bride with him on a wed
to the president. If the defense is
land. and Engineer W. II. Swain,
Seattle, Fili. 7.—Two Port Lawton today, vigorously opposed the repeal
not satisfactory Fulton will lie called ding trip. The vessel was owned by
and Ballard cars of the Seattle Elec of the timber act provided for in the
badly scalded by escaping steam.
the Seattle Alaskan Company.
Hansborough bill and the substitute upon to recommend the appointee.
The injured were brought to this tric Conyiany collided during a thick
fog on a down grade near Interbay
city for treatment. A w recking train
on a trestle over the sound today. presented to the committee today.
and a special with physicians aboard Some were fatally and several se Fulton contends that the proposed
San Francisco, Feb. 5.—The steam
were sent to the scene of the accident riously injured. Motorman Hurley’s plan of disposing of timber by public schooner Orient is 23 days overdue
immediately after the wreck occurred. leg was cut off and he w ill probably
at this port from Willapa Harbor.
velopment of Oregon, and would stop
She was heavily lumiier laden. Little
The Pacific Express was following die. Tlie cars Are a total wreck.
its growth and retard business is it
hopes are expressed for the vessel’s
the Spokane train. Four miles from
Final action was de
It probably encountered the
Bridal Veil tlie injector on the engine
same storm iu which the Vlenciaa ton called on tlie president this morn-
of the Pacific Express broke, flood
went dow n.
ng and talked regarding United
ing the cab with steam and almost
1 States District Attorney W. C. Bris
Harrisburg. Or., Feb. 6.—George
scalding Engineer Swain, who tried
tol. of Portland, against whom charges
Maultby and J. E. Cole, giving their
Washington, Feb. 5.—Officers who have been preferred,
After the con
to stop the engine but was driven out
homes as St. Paul, were arrested yes
investigated the tire on the Meade de
Harrisburg. Or., Feb. 6.—A. E. terday about four miles north of this cided it was caused by spontaneous ference Senator Fulton said Bristol
of the cab. The fireman saved him
would have to go.
self by jumping. Swaiu after several Albright was brought here Saturday city and bound over to the circuit combustion.
| The cause of the action is said to
evening from Oakland, where he was court, charged with entering the
futile efforts to reach the throttle,
lie a letter written by Bristol in 1902
arrested on a warrant charging h i m farmhouse of August Sperling and
tried to crawl over the tender in an with “jumping’’ a board bill,
to the Coos Bay Land and Improve
He taking a watch. The/ were traveling
Faria, Feb. 5.—Countess de t'astel- ment Company, asking pay to influ
effort to uncouple the engine from pleaded guilty and was fined 920. through tlie country on bicycles and
has commenced a suit for di ence the action of thirteen of his
the rest of the train and throw the Having no money he was taken to Al say they left Portland Friday.
vorce. anti today a decree was issued clients who were contemplating to
air brakes on the trucks, but the bany and lodged in the county jail.
authorizing her to take provisional purchase land from the company.
Albright came here a couple of wan identified by Adolph Sperling as
charge of their children.
crash came before he reached the
Bristol's defense was not satisfactory
weeks ago and did some repairing on
to the president.
coupling. The engine plowed its way gasoline lamps about town, aud when and 1 o'clock.
through a Pullman aud both were he had finished he left town and
Philadelphia, Feb. 6.—A big fire is
Washington, Feb. 7.—The senate
completely wrecked. Dr. Vincent, of neglected to settle his board bill.
among the wholesale drygoods committee on privileges and elections
Bridal Veil, was the first on the is said that he did the same tiling in French diplomat refused admittance and niblier warehouses on Fourth and today took up the Hmoot case. Smoot
Cottage Grove. (
was present, accompanied liy a num
scene. He amputated an arm of Mrs.
to Venezuela by President Castro, ar Market streets.
Three men have ber of Mormons.
Riley and dressed the scalp wounds
A four-story building
Bourke Cochran and Williams, of
to consult the French amliassador,
of Cole. One person in the Pullman,
with a loss of *80.000. Mississippi, for the Democrats, and
going home February 10.
a son of Mrs. Riley, escaped injury.
Mann ami Hepburn, for the Republi
cans, wound up the debate on the
Others injured were Lewis Morgan,
Riga. Feb. 5.—General Orloff, with
Des Moines, Iowa, Feb. 6.—Thoe. rate bill today.
the fireman, badly scalded and head
out apparent reason, bombarded the W. Lawson, accompanied by Gover
Sentaor Patterson hurled defiance at
cut; Mrs. Cliderman, of Portland,
Poltyecbnic school today and many nor Broward, of Florida, and former his Democratic colleagues in the
nose broken: J. F. Singers, a news
Attorney General Monett, of Ohio, senate today and charged them with
Salem, Feb. 5.—Ex-Governor Wil- were killed and wounded.
agent, Portland, bruised and cut. liam P. Lord has decided to enter the
arrived here this morning for an in- attempted coercion ami intlmiditaon.
Sinnott was the traveling representa race for the Republican nomination
St. Petersburg, Feb. 5.—A private mmo* conference with Goveruor He declared that he had been charac
terized as a “White House Democrat, "
tive of the American Type Foundry,
house at Silce was destroyed by a Cummins.
a bolter, and that he had sold his
Ex-Governor Lord's formal declar bomb and the bodies of twelve r«a
out of this city.
vote for patronage.
He said if the
ation will be made witbin a few days. be seen in the rains.
It is believed
Chicago. Feb. 6.—Attorney-General action of the caucus was approved
With two candidate« for governor, many others were killed.
Moody appeared aa a witness in ths
free thought and freedom of action
three for secretary of state and one
packers' casejthis morning fo~prevetit
would be dead.
for state printer, Marion county
the suggested issuance of a ^ulmeon«
Berlin. Feb. 5.—Tlie kaiser has
promises to cut a wide swath in the
duces tecum against the preen
Dr. Lowe, the optician, will be in
Republican primary election next
the United States, being a letter his Eugene office all next week. Have
dresent to Alice Roosevelt.
I written to Moody by the president him cure yonr heal and eye ache with
| during the investigation by Garfield « pair of his superior glasses.
Logan. Utah. Feb. ’T—Apostle | Moon Jt Tingley, the seed men, will
Berlin. Feb. 7.—The lapers^ubbsb . Moody said the letter was a scientific throw away your broken glasses. Ha
Marri ner Merrill, of the Mormon save you 25 per cent on all seed«. this evening tb«X<ieclaratLon that paper and be would produce a verified can make them good as new or grind
church, is dead, He leaves five wives Get price« elsewhere and we will con- Henry White,the American represent i copy if desired, the original 'having and duplicate broken lenses at leas
East Ninth street. J
and over SO children.
ative to Algeciras, has done more to passed from bis hands.
than Portland prioes.
NEWS FROM THE
ALBRIGHT JUMPED HIS
LORD WILL RUN
LEAVES FIVE WIVES
AND 50 CHILDREN