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THE EUGENE WEEKLY GF ARD
EUGENE, OREG3N, THURSDAY AUGUST 2, 1906
E WILL BEGIN TOMORRO W MORNING, AU3UST FIRST TO
GIVE OBJECT LESSONS IN ECONOMY by placing our stores on a
strictlo cash basis, and from then on we will extend n> credit, but will give
you prices on seasonable merchandise never before heard of. Dimes will
do th: work now, weere it used to require the strength of a dollar.
75 Ladies’ Swiss Waists, neatly trimmed in fine Swiss
embroidery and insertion, short sleeves of the latest pattern,
$1.25 values for 99c.
Ladies’ Silk Waists
Fancy choosing among 40 garments of both black and
white, trimmed in Vai. Lace and insertion.
$3.75 values for
Ladies’ White Skirts
Made of heavy Pequa, polka-dotted in
blk, red and blue, lengths from 28 to 36 inch
es, $1.25 values for 75c.
100 White Linen Skirts, all new stocks
and patterns in sizes to fit any form. $2.75
6 and 7 c Calicoes now 5c.
Ladies’ Fine Lisle Hose, the kind you al
ways pay 50c for, our cash price 35c.
Ladies’ Fancy Hose 15c.
Ladies’ White Hose 20c.
Men’s Fancv Black Hose, just the kind you
want for summer wear, now 15c.
Men’s Heavy Hose, 3 pairs for 25c.
Men’s Extra Fine Hose 25c.
AU Worsted Suitings Greatly Reduced.
Electric Railway Company Busy
Preparing to Span Stream at
Wilsonville-Contract tor Steel
Bridge to Be Let Within Next
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FOR PRICE OF ONE
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Special Offer Made fo Old Subscribers or New Ones
Who Pay For fhe Weekly Guard One Year in Advance
From August I, 1906—St. Louis Republic or Oregon
Agriculturalist Sent Absolutely Free For One Year
Portlaud, Aug. 1. — Work has been
commenced at the Wilsonville site of
the Willamette river bridge to be
constructed by the Willamette Valley
Notwithstanding that the Guard has
Traction company for its electric been enlaiged ami the cost of publi
road from Portland to Salem.
materially increased, the
Engineer Donald has rented three Guard Printing Co. makes a special
acres from Peters A Auden for a site liter to every new or old subscriber
for bunk and construction bouses.
during the month of August. All who
Scows have been built for use in the
will pay one year in advance from
Aug. I,'ll6 for the Weekly Guard at
are being assembled and preperation«
only fl.5<> a year, will be given bls
are complete for pushing the work.
choice of the Twice-a-Week St. Louis
This means that the building of the
Kepublic.or the"Oregon Agricultur -”
Portland Salem road is from this
ralist, absolutely free for oue year.
time forward to be carried on stead
The Republic is one of the largest
ily and completed by the first of next
amlfliest family new«papers iti Amer
ica and the “Oregon Agriculturalist’*
At the Wilsonville site a camp is
is one of the best and most practical
being built to accommodate about 80
farm, fruit and stock papers in the
A cement warehoues is lieing
Plans and estimates for tbe
Subacribrs, old or new, may take
bridge have been submitted to bridge
companies and a contract for the steel
structure will be closed within tbe !
next two weeks. Tbe bridge will have
a weight of 8 0 to 900 tons of steal.
The Willamette Coustruction com- I
pauy, which has tbe contract for con
struction of tbe road, is not trying
to rush the project nor secure a force
of several hundred men.
Its plans have beeu carefully laid
out and labor saving machinery will
Cannonsburg, Pa., July 30—Officers
be employed in every possible way in
returned this morning with Elmer
view of tbe unparalleled difficulties
Dempster, a negro aged nineteen,
that are being encounteied by rail- |
charged with the murder last night
road companies in securing laborers.
of Mrs. Samuel Pearce and two child
A traction engine and grader has
ren and tbe shooting of a third child.
been purchased by Chief Engineer
SAVED FROM LYNCHERS.
Donald and will be utilized all along
It is said the road rill j Washington, Pa , Julv 90.—The of
proactically be built between tbe ficers brought Dempster here from
Cannonsburg this morning to prevent
dates of January 1 and May 1.
At the present time attention of the lynching. A mob of twenty boarded
construction company is being concen the train just outside Cannonsburg,
trated on the section between Salem and dragged the offlceis ami prisoner
and Cheuiawa, which according to tbe from the car but in the struggle the
franchise granted at Salem, must be officers were victorious without kill
completed and in operation by Sep ing anybody.
A force of 50 men is at
work on the grade, there are plenty
of rails on the ground, and it is said
the first live miles will be completed
within the time limit.
has been secured with which to com
ply with tbe letter of tbe franchise
The funeral of Mrs. Henry Moore
held yesterday at 2 o’clock, with
Work at tbe 0 land end of the
survey awaits tl e .ction of the Uni interrment in the Mulkey c- metery
ted Railways company, which under west of the city.
A large concourse
its franchise, must construct tin-
f friends followed tne remains to
line within tbe city limits.
it is ; their last resting place.
«aid tha' should this company fail to
Mr. Moore takes this method of ex-
build this year tbe Willamett« Valley pressing his appreciation of tbe kind
company would be compelled to wait ness extended by the many frie ds
un'll tbe expiration of a year from of the family, especially by ladies of
date of granting to construct this the Baptist church, the ministers,
the Eugene Lumber Co. and employes,
part of tbe line.
tha undertaking firm of Day A Hen
derson and all those who furnished
their choice of either paper during
August as a premium.
Those who failed to get [the prom
ised premium magazines will be given
their choice of either of these papers
in place of the magazines without
further cost, by sending their names
and addresses to this office.
far we have been unable to compel
the Eastern publishers to keep their
agreement in regard to the magazines
and feel the disappointment as keenly
as our subscribers.
The Weekly Guard is still clubbud
with the Semi Weekly (Iregon Journal
at 42.25 a year for both papers.
Mail all remittances and communi
cat it ns to
GUARD PRINTING CO.,
$1.25 Sateen Skirts
Men’s Summer-weight Underwear 25c
Boys’ Wlists, 50c grade for 40c.
Boys’ Knee Pants 25c.
Boys’ Suits now $1.75.
Mexican Straw Hats 15c.
Men’s Work Shirts now 45c and 50c.
Men’s Suits $6.00 and up.
The best Men’s Suits in the world for $10
Men’s $1.50 Straw Sailors $1.25. _____
Ladies’ Sleeveless Vests, 3 for 25c
Stores that are
the Most Change
Des Moines, Aug. 1.—The repuhlit-
caii a title committee has adjourned
after a continuous session of two
daye. It has issued tickets to the
del.-gates seated and as a result of tha
coutesta Cummii s will have a major
ity of 35, while bis running mate,
Garat, will lack a few votes. There ia
certain to be a fight on tbe floor of
the convention when the credentials
committee repoita ttiis afternoon
Senator Dolliver predict» the "moat
bitter fight on any convention floor"
and anticipates a long session.
At the mention of Secretary Shaw's
name by the temporary chaiiman
most of the convention cheered, but
the delegates from Shaw’s home his
sed. Shaw's district is a
supporter of Governor Cummins.
Aftei tbe temporary organization
was effected the convention adjourn
ed uutil two o'clock this afternoon.
Secretary Shaw says be keeps up
hope of harmony, but has grave fears.
Cummins in his tight will go to tha
end without the sligtbeat waver from
bis original potation.
DEEPEST REGRETS REPUBLICANS
IN QUAKER STATE
OVER ACCIDENT OF GEM STATE
Pari-, July30—The government ha«
instructed the French embassy at
WHshingotn to exp-ess to the Ameri
can government the deepest, regrets
of France at tbe killing of Lieutenant
England. The authorities are await
ing fuller reports before fixing the
responsibility, and are determined
upon a dleciplina.y course when the
offenders are located.
Rio Janeiro, Au<r. 1. —Following
Secretary Root's address at the Pan.
Americaon congress, Baron Branco,
minister of Foreign affairs, an
nounced that hereafter the pavlllion
in which the conference is held will
be called the Palace of Monroe, for
the Monroe Doctrine.
FUNERAL OF MRS.
Bitter Fight is Expected on Floor
of Convention This Afternoon
When Report is Submitted.
KING ANO QUEEN
ARRIVE FROM SPAIN
GENERAL LEE WILL
Cowes, Aug. —The King and Queen 1
of Spain arrived today on t‘’e Spanish
royal yacht. They were accompained
by warships and salutes were ex
changed The royal couple will re
main over yacthing week, and Alfon ' Manila, Aug. 1.— General Lee and
so will build a yacht to cotrqiete here five hundred regulars have started
on a round-up of the rebellious Pula
janes. There are also many aconta
and constabulary in tbe command.
NOT IN CONTEMPT LOST NEARLY ALL
Cleveland, Aug. 1.—The court to
day decided in ravor of Mayor John
son in the contempt case.
court's rilling was that inasmuch as
the city officials are so liable to in.
junction proceedings in the discharge
of their offlical duties the court could
not !*■ assumed to know the merits of
an injunction without being told
LANDS IS LIGHT
Cheyenne, Wyo., Ang —The total
registration of lands in Shoehone re
servation is 10,583, thirty thousand
lee« than wan estimated.
good claims for all who have register
Collier is Ashore
Block Island. Aug. 1. — The Collier
Mero, with four thousand tone of
freight aboaid, is ashore in a danger
ous position today. She was here to
supply tbe maneuvering fleet.
J.E. P. Withers was in the city from
In speaking of the
Are in which hie house was burner;
a few days ago, he told a Guard re
porter that little or nothing was
Many keepsakes and relics,
besides most of their clothing and
all of tbeir furniture, were consumed.
Oregon Sta e News
Pocatello, Aug. 1.—The republican
state convention today nomintaed W.
E. Borah, for United States senator;
Frank R. Gooding for governor; E.
A.Burrell, for lieutenant governor;
and Burton L. French, for congress.
The action today was practically
unanimnous and was the result of com
bine or compromise between Gooding
and Borah who headed the rival fac
tions. The ticket will no doubt ba
completed according to the argeed-
upoll slate as follows:
Secretary of State, Robert 1 injury,
of Washington county.
Treasurer, C. A.H astinga, of Nez
Attorney General, John H. Ou been
of Bannock, re-nominated.
State Auditor, Robert S. Bragaw,
of Kootenai county, re nominated.
Inspector of Mines, R. W. McBride,
of Ijemhi county.
Superintendent of Public Instrua-
tlon, E. Carpenter, of Idaho county.
Portland, Aug. 1—. In tha trial of
H. II. Hendricks for subornation |>er-
jury today, A. E. Putman testified
that for three years be tried to atop
tbe aggression of the Butte Creek
Company. He appealed to tbe gov
ernment otflcial«, including Con
greaaman Hermann, but was turned
H. Snook, the Salem contractor,
has iteen awarded the contract tor
building the eight room brick school
house at Medford, for 416,96'».
Tillamook Is to have a county fair
and carnival from August 23 to 26
The Dallas is to have a fair., racing
meet and carnival in October.
The fishing on the Columbia river
is poo’er this year than it I as latti
for years, and the -.shermen are trying
to And out what is "eatin"’ tbe flsh.
C. H. Merchant, a well-known re
aident of Marshfield, died Friday. In
early days he had charge of the Simp
son Lumtier Company's in terr* ts on
■ Coos Bay.
At the home of W. V. DeWald at
Cottage Grove, July 29, 1906, Miss
Fannie Maude De Wald and Sherman
H. Shortridge, Rev. J..ton Sutherland
Anti-American Feeling Not so Strong
as Returning Amo,icons Report *
President Diaz Says That Hi
Can See Nothing to Justify Ru
mors That Are Spre ad Broadcast.
Washington, Ang. 1.—James Dowl-
ing. a prominent miner, 'elergapha
from Mexico adv'aing tbe officials to
place on credence in tbe reports of
tha agitation »gainst Americana. He
Parle, Aug.—Edmond Rousee, aged
says tbe reports are unfounded.
89, counsel for the commune in 1871
Ambassador Thompson sends simi
lar advices and quotes President Dias
The Douglas county board of equal as saying he Is unable to And a ranee
ization meets Setp. 17—one mouth for tbe alarm! og reports spread by
later than usual.