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About Eugene weekly guard. (Eugene, Or.) 190?-1910 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1906)
HE EUGENE WEEKLY GUARD
EUGENE, OREGON, THURSDAY AUGUST 30, 1906
There’s a Well
fL It leads directly to our doors. Throngs of buyers traverse it
day by day, showing that we are strengthening the friendly
business relations between the store and the public without
which there can be no success.
<L Want you to keep
coming. CL Want you to tell your friends and neighbors
about the store, we want serve them and as faithfully
we are serving you. CL Confidence once established the rest
is easy. CL Read the few of many offerings that we have
for Fall shoppers
We are the only
store in town that
is selling a high
grade, fast ¿color
Calico at the un
usual low price of
Cravenette Rain Coats, the best at
Ladies’ fine Hose____
Children’s fine Hose _____
Boys’ heavy ribbed Hose
Children’s fleeced Hose___
Ladies gray ribbed Hose ..
Black Wool Hose
60c Dress Goods
Ladies’ Dress Skirts 52.50grade $2.00
Ladies’ fleeced Kimonas
Blk Sateen Petticoats >»-25
Whtie Table Linen
Fine Damask Toweling----
Misses fleeced Unions -------
Ladies’ fleeced Vests
Boys’ 2-piece suit, the best in the world for
Men’s Suits starting at_____ _____
Dutchess Trousers $1.00 and up, every pair guaranteed
Extra heavy Underwear
Heavy Outing and Work Shirts
Full and complete line of
Shirts, Ties, Hats, Gloves, Etc.
for dress up occasions
Springfield and Eugene
GOES TO MEET BRYA.
Several Trains Loaded With His
Men Now Enroute for Scene
Heavily Armed and Well Supplied
With Ammunition -Lively Times
for the Earthquake City
Blocked by Tearful Men and Wo
men Who Have Lost Their Money
by Trust Company's Failure
President Speculated With Funds
special train was started today l>y
Farley for San Francisco, loaded
Three Farley traius are now enroute,
trying to make the trip in four dare.
Another traiu leaves tonight and an
Farley's expeditions are
equipi«d with ammunition, inedica
supplies and seventy five thousand
rounds of ammunition. He Las or
dered eleven hundred revolvers to be
furnished his men.
Philadeipbai, Aug. 29. — Mauy de
positors, iueludiug women, gathered
this morirng in frout of the Real
Estate Trust Company, and blocked
the city's busiest corner at Broad
aud Chestnut streets. They tbreat-
etied the officers amid ttieii tears,
aud the special detail of [ police sent
A member of the crowd start«*! the
yl "Kill the officers now aud in
vestigate later.” Detectives arrested
the man uud kept a close watch ou
There uro tumors to the effect that
BOTH SI DBS AKE FIRM.
President Hippie’s death on last
San Francisco, Aug. 29.—The strike
Sunday, which sue assigned to cere
situation is unchanged this morning.
bral hemorrhage, was not the leeult
Neither aide shows any indication ot
of uaturul causes.
yielding and the public generally
Samuel F. Houston, vice president
symnatnizes with tue striking car
of the Real Estate trust Couipauy,
men. During the night the company
issued a statement after the trust
smuggled a bund.ed Japanese into
company bad closed its doors, In
the Fillmore street barns, who were
wtii.li lie said tbe affHirs of tbe com
today put to work on the street car
pany were much involved, and the
tracks. Ten unions, representing all
' officials found themselves uuable to
classes employed by the Un’ted Kail
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN
roads, are united to tight against the
I "In round numbers, ” he said,
New York, Aug. 29.—The yacht Folk, of Missouri. He will be wel- "tbe liabilities will amount to «7,-
Illini left this morning to await the coined by Acting Mayor McGowan, 000,900 "
At a meeting of the larnks and
arrival of Wm. J. Bryau off Sandy in behalf of the city of New York.
companies of the Philadelphia
Hook. There were few aboard be
sides the heads cf the reception com- riage carrying Mr. Ilryun, which will Clearing House yesterday an effort
be preceded by an escort of mounted was made to raise money to tide the
[ mi’tee and newspapermen.
company over its difficulties, tint all
I lie steamer Princess Irene WUH police.
New York Aug.
The positive sighted off Fire Island at 11:45
Arriving at the hotel a special com they could get was «11,600,000, or
announcement of Wiuium Travers o'clock and will reach quarantine late mittee, consisting of five members of about one half of what was needed,
Jerome that he is a candidate for tbe this afternoon. Bryan will go aboard the reception committee from each Consequently the court was applied to
Democratic nomination f< governor the Illini and then board the tug state, will receive Mr. Bryan. Then for « receiver. Rumors of the con-
has partially cleared the political at Moran to visit awhile with the Ne will follow the general reception, after di“°" of thc. b“"k >'«l‘«''d •
mosphere and made it certain that braskans. Afterward he will return which Mr. Bryan will spend tbe time run early in the day, ami in the laut
there will be jolly times in the Eiu- ' to the Illini until landing at the Bat- in informal discussion until 7 o’clock, half hour before it dotted thousand*
pire State this fall.
when he will retire to his private 1 of dolla-s were drawn out by deposl-
I tery tomortow afternoon.
The men back of Jerome are practi
to mute ready to go to tors.
cally tbe same ones who forced the j
Frank K. Hippie was treasurer
7 ;45 o'clock.
The official reception will begin
nomination of Parker two years ago.
the board of trustees of tbe g
unt they will control with the arrival of Mr. Bryan at
They are co
assembly of the Presbyteria
accommodate those unable to gain
ic state convent'on next Pier A, North river, at 1 p. ni Thurs
aud it is said bad all t
they fail are prepared to day. He will be met there by a sub
deposit iu his company, Hippie had
committee headed by the chairman of overflow meeting in Madison Square
liatn Randolph Hearst has
been engaged in heavy real estate
deals, and, it ia said, lost millions of
planned, Hearst will run regard lean
of what the Democratic convention
may do. And although Jerome doeB
MOBBED YOUNG I11PPLE
not say so publicly, yet it is his in
Shortly before noun Warden Hip-
tention to do precisely tbe same tiling
' pie, sun of the dead president, trie«!
although he has announced himself as
to leave the bank building.
a candidate for the Democratic nomi
crowd ruslied toward him shouting:
es i a a • ■ A a c a ' ' dbere *M
•o,‘ <d the pious rogue
W*’U*d >>< t k|ive faith in
FORCED INTO RACE
HAVE NOT BEEN
DISMISSED **'U "’**'* **"
LAND FRAÜD CASE
Salem, Aug. 28.—According to the
declaration of Superintendent of
Construction B. F. Tiffany, for the
Portland, Or., Aug. 29.—in the | Willamette Valley Construction Com
Mays' la. d fraud trial S. B. Ormsby, |
pany, the first car ovei the first sec
former forest superintendent, was re
tion of the Portland Salem electric
called and admitted that he owed bis line, under construction by the Ore
apppointment to Binger Hermann
go<. Elecrtic Railway, will be run be
solely ; that he sent all hie letters to
tween this city and Cbeuiawa on Sun
Washington marked "personal.” He day, September 9, just one day with
admitted that the government agents in the lime limit specified by the or
threatened to indict bia son if be dinance granted by the Salem City
did not tell what he knew
Council, which provides that if the
J. 11. Dobbin, ot Joseph, testified road is not completed and in opera
as to Congressman Williamson’s ac tion between tins city and the Gov
tivity in securing the wool groweia' ernrnen Indian training school on
convt ntion to endorse tbe addition
or before September 10 the ordinance
to tbe Blue Mountain teserve con will become null and void.
taining land in which be was inter
A large force of men has been at
work continuously for the past six
weeks and good progress is lieing
made in the work ot construction.
The track lias been laid practically
complete within tr e city limits or a
total distance of over It, miles, t «
only exception be lag th«» crossing of
Chicago Aug. 29.— Health officials a bridge OVei North Mill Creek, in
yesterday brought to light a factory this city, aud some necessary changes
where egga which antedate even the in a eater cistern on Court street
oldest chorus girl are "reprocessed” which was in liue of the track ami
mixed,deojorize<i, grotud. pul ver .zed had to lie moved orer.
Cara for the temporary run betweeu
and sifred, and finally sold to tinkers
all over the land, and even to one here and Cbemawa have laeu pur
great trans-Atlantic steamship line chased from the Portlaud Kailway
for cooking | urposea. To keep out Company and are being remodeled by
the inquisitive and to ke«p in the that company for use on the load
amelia, which are something tierce until the new equipment, which baa
the factory ia a vast system of trap be, n ord red fiom tiie Pullman Com
doors, secret pas-age«, and the busi pany, Chicago, arrives. As soon as
ness is such that gooda are never the road ia finished to Cbemawa the
shipped in the name of the purchaser, work will i»e taken up from that
point ami the liue pushed on toward
but to bia initials only.
Portland as rapidly as men, teams
V. D. ScoLert returned last nigh* and construction much inert can pip
from Woodburn, «here be baa tee > it through.
looking after tbe construction ot
E. C. Crnmp, who has been reaid
Scobert A ’»odge'e new bop nous*
a hieb baa just taten completed. They mg on West Naoond street for some
expect to t»egin picking their bopa time past, orders b>s Daily Guard
sent to Leaburg.
• boat September 10.
ARE MADE NEW
A report was ciiculated on the
streets last evening to the effect that
the Oregon Coast A Eastern railway
surveyors, who had arrived out from
Florence duiitig tbe day were unable
to secure their pay and that they had
through a misuii
derstanding their pay checks had
been delayed in com ng ami word was
received from Portend this furenoon
that they woulld be up on tonight's
mail. Tbe surveyors will proctied to
Portland tomorrow moruiug, pur
suaiit to instructions, and go on with
PLOT TO ABDUCT
CZAR OF RUSSIA
Hippie was frightened badly, but
was rescued by the police.
CAUSES BREAK IN STOCKS.
New York, Aug. 29.—Theie i
gIe-t liquidation in the stock market
Hundreds of Hmall trader«
disposed of their holdings on account
Philadelphia failure in the be-
lief that other companies are in bad
as tbe Hippie concern.
BANK WILL RESUME.
It is stated authoritatively that at
a me< ting lute this afteruoon in th«
office of a leading national bank ar-
iangementa were completed to secure
-ufucieut funds to enable the col
lapsed Bank to resume business with
in forty-eight hours. Tbe bankers
will also petition the court to dismiaa
LIVES MAY BE LOST
Biimingham, Eng., Aug. 29.—Tbe
Poet, of this city, says that the Kus
siati were* police here are seeking
plotters, representing high families
of Russia, who aim to abduct tbe czar I
and place a certain grand duke on the | Pacific Grove, Cal., Aug. 29. — The
till one. It is salti also that the ter steam schooner Celia, lumber laden,
rollate plan to attack the foreign con from Santa Cruz to Monterey, went
auiates in order to force interveutiou. ashore last night on the rocks at
Point of Pines.
KVHHA1N CONSUL. SHOT.
A boat, in charge of Mate Ander
¿ten lain, Aug. 20. -Russian Con
son, with Bishop, superintendent of
sul Laptew was ahot and dangerously the Albion Lumber Company, his
wounded by a Russian contractor
wife and three children, and Brigham
uamed I-avinsky today
Ki uatou, has not been heard from.
BAL. 11C L’PKIHING,
Berlin, Aug. 29. ..-..oner uprising
in th<- Baltic provinces of Russia is
predicted bv German resident-, who
are fleeing in great numbers, decar
ing it to be much worse than that of
last year. They say the storm !■
likely to break any day.
St Paul, A ng. 29.—Tb« Amerciaa
Preparations for an armed uprising Bar Association meeting began today.
are completed and bloodshed wor»« I he report of the inauiance corumit-
the»' any that has yet occurred in tbe tee will favor federal supervision ot
empire Is certain.
MEETS AT ST. PAUL