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THE EUGENE WEEKLY GUARD
EUGENE, OREGON, THURSDAY AUGUST 23, 1906
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Autumn Dress Goods
and First News of the Modest Fabrics
We have'just unpacked a dis
play of the new designs in dress
goods that will set this town a
talking. We have had fine as
sortments before, but never one
like this—never before so com-
Ju.» /<•! w
pletc - showing everything that
will be worn by the most careful
dressers, and. never^ before with
prices^so carefully adjusted to suit
We want you to visit this de
partment and view the new sea
son’s modes and fabrics.
and everyone are definitely marked
many prices, of many styles, for
every conceivable purpose.
may buy now with confidence
that at no later time will the assortment be more complete, and when our lines arc broken,
we may not be able to duplicate some of the patterns. COME, A f LEAST, TO LOOK.
The New Silks
Beautiful Plaid Persian and Floral
The most beau
Combinations in Waist and Suit Patterns
tiful line ever shown by us
nouncing to our many patrons
General Guerra Won Decisive Ad
vantage Over Government Forces
Early This Morning President
Roosevelt Asserts That This
Country Will Not Rush In
Washington, Aug. 22.—President
Gompers, in pushing his labor cam
paign, wrote to all congressmen de
manding their views upou “labor's
bill of grievances, ” as sent to
president. He has received many
plies and declares that all not
labor will be treated as against
There must be no equivocations and
candidates must favor all Gompers*
demands or tie fought by the organ
ized labor of the coun'ry. Speaker
Gannon and Congressmen Littlefield
and Longworth will be made special
objects of attack by workingmen.
Havana, Aug. 22.—The rebel forces
aie reported to have won a victory be
fore daylight tins morning, when Gen
earl Pmo Guerra attacked therurales*
outpost at Piuar del Kio City and
drove them Lack to town. The Insur
gents did not follow up their advan
tage because awaiting reint irceuienta.
Guerra captured in the battle this
morning titty rurales and greatly out
numbered the goveriinie> t forces. It
ia reported that tittc»n were killed
and thirty wounded. The revolution
ists also took San Luis, twelve miles
west of the city of Piuar del Rlu, a
large town ami the westtrn terminus
of the lullroad.
SULLIVAN CONTROLS ILLINOIS
Peoria, ill., Aug. 22.—By a vote of
1GI8 to 576 the Illinois Democratic
State convention yesterday after
noon tallied the request of William J.
Bryan for the resignation of National
Committeeman Sullivan. Despite the
fact that Bryan declared be did not
wished to be endorsed the convention
declared him the on, and only man
capable of leading the Democratic
party to victory in 1908.
THIS FOR BRYAN
Columbus, O., Aug. 22.—The Dem
ocratic state platform as agreed upon
contains an unqualified endorsement
of Bryau for preudeut. Mayor Tom
Jobusou made a fight against an en- 1
dorseuieut of prohibition and won
During the nomination of etate
seblool commissioner the convention
got beyond the control of the sergent-
at-arms and police were called to re
Lincoln, Aug. 22.—The Republi
can state convention met today. A
bitter fight was waged all night be
tween the railroad forces and the
antis, the letter apparently tieing in
the majority. They nominated At
torney-General Norris Brown for
United States senator and State Sen
ator Sheldon for governor on the first
Tne railroads backed rival
candidates, exerting every effort to
defeat Brown and Sheldon, but with
AID FKOM REVOLUTION 18TS.
Mexico City, Aug. 22.-Central
American revolutlonists are goiug to
join tbc Cubali »ebais in Unge uuui
St. Petersburg, Aug. 22.—It is re
ported that General Kuropatkin will
be recalled to the capital to resume
bis old position as minister of war
and to reorganize the aiuiy. Since
his recall from Manchuria during the
late war, Kuropatkin has been practi
cally banished from the capital. Mil
itary experts, however, regard him as
tne ablest cf Russian generals, and
believe that, had he not been handi
capped by beaureaucratio influences,
lie would have made a lietter showing
against the Japanese.
FREE SPEECH FOR FINN’S.
Helsingfors, Aug .22.—The czar to
day s'gned a decree granting free
speech to the Pinna.
WILL NOT INTERFERE.
Oyster Bay, Aug. 22.—President
Roosevelt lias received no information
regarding the revolt and I bn country
ia not hurrying pell mell into any
revolution. Th® Cuban government
ia presumed to bn able to conti ol its
own affaire and this government doea
not want to be placed in the position
of arizing the first oppoituuity to
rush into Cuba in order to enqdiasize
th® necesstiy tor annexation. The pres-
1 ent desires to conviuce the world
that the little republic is an entnely
ftee, independent and stable nation.
LUMBER EMBARGO MAY
SOON BE REMOVED
Francisco Examiner Says
Southern Pacific Officials There
Hope to Relieve the Congestion
in Ten Days
Chicago, Aug. 22.—After daily be ;
Valparaiso, Aug. 22.—Blight earth-
quake shocks continue and a num ing promised relief from her great <
ber of fresh tires bave occurred. humidity, Chicago is again swelter |
Heavy rains at Santiago and a flooded ing today, and the loll of dead and j
prost-ated Is growing. The showers,
river add to the suffering.
Tuesday's San Francisco Examiner
of giving relief, add to the
Probably »00,000,000 will cover the
entire loss and the estimate of two humidity and freak atmospheric con The freight blockade In Oakland ia
ended and the South -rn Pacific of
thousand liead still holds. Sixty ditions arc frequent.
thousand are depetdent upon the re-l The schooner llattie Hutt was ficiale have removed the embargo on
struck by a gale, which grew to a tire five or six classes of bulky freight
! lief bureau.
tempest. The ship was a‘ripr ed of which baa been iu existence for aer
cordage end every tail alioard and ' erai weeks. Any and all kinda of
NEW YORK ADVICES.
I was threatened with destruction. A i freight are now being »hipped into
New York, Aug 22. —The Wessel- mile away tve schooner Resumption | Oakland. In thia city the Southern
Duval Co. V’day received fiom their sailed placidly in smooth waters, and t Pacific people state that the freight
El Paso, Aug. 22.—It is reported Valparaiso branch the following:
the gale ceased as suddenly as it - congestion is rapidly disappearing.
that Bank'r Stenslaud, of Chicago,
, Yesterday the compauy lifted the em
“About half the city was destroyed started.
has been arrested at Aguas, Calien and the remainder damaged. Mote
bargo on lime, cement and brick
The Hutt was towed into port.
tes, Mexioo, bat the report is Dot than two thousand persons were kill
ed and injured and the po| ulace is
i The emlmrgo on lumber consign
ments to this city will still be enforc
until more headway is gamed in
THINKS THEY HAVE HIM.
unloading the cars on band. Halt ot
1 Chicago, Aug 22.—The chief of
“This city is almost annihilated
the 1200 cars of lumber that have
police says that investigation leads and tl es ate still raging.”
proved such a serious part of the
him to believe that Stensland has
blockage heie have been unloaded
really be6ti located at Aguas,Calietes,
Geoige H. Buhl, merchant, Leba and the lemaluing carloads are being
SHOCK IN GERMANY.
gotten off fast. The officials hope in
Berlin, Aug. 22.—There waa an non, Linn county.
J. 8. Pettyjohn, farmer, William ten days to lift the emlmrgo on that
earthquake today at Zaborze, upper
class of height.
Silesia. Doors were forced open, ma, Yambill county.
Walter A. Goss,
pictures fell to the floor and the in
habitants tied <n terror to the streets. Portland.
Robert N. Lovelace, farmer, Rain
Many walla were cracked.
ier, Columbia county.
William J. Fullman, shoe denier,
Architect John Hunzicker is draw
ing plans for remodeling the old Com
Garrett W. Versteeg, brick maker,
mercial Cluo bouse, which is located
on West Tenth street, back of the new
The annual meeting of th® stock
Andrew Verceir, architect, Salem,
quarters and owned by Dr. D. A.
holders of the Great Northern De
Paine. The building will be used as
Thomas C. Bodley, florist, Portland. velopment Co. was held ut the Hotel
a boarding and lodging bouse, the representing the Standard Jewelry
J. E. Zelglei, sicokraiaer, Gervais, Gros, last evening. W. S. Standlah
doctor already having a tenant for It.
was elected president; J. H. filasa
It will contain fifteen rooms and be and Mrs. Louisa Rowe, formerly
M. W. Kapus, sales manager, Port- was re elected secretary.
fl,ted up with all modern conveni
elided were W. B. Glass, Herman
piaiutiff seeking to recover the sum
J. Buchner, farmer, Tallman, Linn Rohr and Bert Templeton, of Browus-
of f.«> on a promissoiy note, was tried
viile; W. 8. Standish, of Eugeue. and
before Just'ce of the Peace Bryson
Henry A. Chapman, manager Port William Templeton.
Buying More Silver
and a jury this morning. The jury
boldei* present were J. C 1-ee, Port
Washington, Aug. 22.-it waa an- consisted of the following: Frank
Spec al Prorecutor Heney opened land ; Dr. W. B Morse, Salem,
nounced today that at the weekly Reisner, J. 8. McMurry, J. L. Lom
case to' ’be government 10 a M>-~-rs. Henderwn and Bowler
purchase of silver for subsidiary bard, U. W, Bell, D. L. Cartmell
Washington, D. C
coinage the treasurer bought 100,OIW end C. W. Robinson. Jesse M. Welle speech of an hoar aid a half last eve«-
was counsel for the plaintiff and Kis
ounces at sixty and seventy.
singer and Hooker for the defendant. nitely the alleged wholesale fraud
After due deliberation the jury re with which the government chargee
Rats Bill Policy
the defendants and others planued
turned a verdict for the defeudant.
Salt Lake, Aug. 22.—The passenger
to make it a victim of an attempt,
Archie King, of Marcóla, and Mie«
officials of tne Harriman lines will
Manchuria Still Stuck
which, if the government la right, Flora Riggs, of Eugene, were mar-
Honolul” Aug 22—Tbs Pacific makes any other of the lands f auda in rind at the residence of Rev. E1U
gather here Friday to adopt a policy
to conform with the conditions of Mail steamer Manohuria is atiU fast this state or In fact all of them put Humbert in thia city today Mr*.
the now rate bill.
on the reef.
together look puny in comparison.
LAND FRAUD CASE
that we have secured the agency
for the Money Back Silk Petti-
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Every garment cov
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We can now supply you with
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the Money Back Silk, made up,
for less than the silk would
cost in the piece
Gei Our Prices
Writes to Every Congressional As
pirant Demanding Views on Pend
ing Measures- Speaker Cannon
and Congressman Longworth
Objects of Attack
We take pleasure in an
coats, the best garment in the
WAGES WAR ON
TO REORGANIZE ARMY