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T H E
ENE WEEKLY GUARD
EUGENE. OREGON, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 6. 1906
WITL FIGHT FOR
AT HIS HOME
TO LET HIM STAY
All Parties Unite to Do Honor to
Nebraska's Favorite Son-Gow-
nor and Mayor Will Deliver Ad
dresses of Welcome -Every Town
in the State Sends Delegates
Sale of Shirt Waists
Think of buying Stylish Wash Waists, modish Waists, Desirable Waists at prices
reduced from % to
That is what we will offer to shrewd shoppers during this
More of dash and style and exclusiveness and actual worth than you can
Many of the season’ finest waist conceptions, choice waist material, most
fashionable modes, and most attractive patterns, Just such “Waistery” as is shown in
the most exclusive shops, and selling close to cost.
No need to pay any more.
should require no urging to save money, there will be so many happy women in this
city during the next few days.
You will be one of thim if you are fortunate enough
to get one of these garments at these prices:
$1.25 waists for 63c
75c waists for 38c
$1.50 waists for 75c
$1.00 waists for 50c
$3, $4y $5, $6, $8 Waists at Cost Price
An offer you cannot
afford to turn down
All Lawns and Linen Suits
at Prices Cut In T wo
Other prices reduced
Misses’ fine Lisle Hose
guaranteed fast color,
a hose that cannot be
bought anywhere for
less than 25c, our price
65c Skirts for_________________ 50c
75c Skirts for_________________ 65c
$1.00 Skirts for_______________ 1 05c
Hop picking Gloves, big assortment 10c
Children sand Misses Capsand Hats 35c
Boys' School Suits, new stock, start-
Children’s and Misses School Hose
HE STANDS PAT.
Chicago, Sept. 5.—Piotrowsl, the
Democratic candidate for state treas
uier, today re, lied to Bryan's de
claration that no candidate is entitled
to Democratic support if connected
with Sullivan. He refuse» to with-
draw and refuses to tepudlate Bulli-
OF CLUB QUARTERS
GOAL FIELDS BOUGHT
BY COPPER MINERS
Medford, Or., Sept. 4.—A deal un
der consideration for some time has
just been consummated by which the
Washington, Sept, 5.—While Secre
The memliers of the Eugene Com coal bed recently uncovered eart of
tary Shaw will uot admit it, it is I merical Club are planning a big for- Medford passed into the bands of R.
FOLK IS BETTER.
believed that tomorrow or next day, ' trial opening of their new quarters In ' S. Towue of the Blue Ledge copper
Jefferson City, Mo., Sept. 5.—Gov
before starting on his southern the Paine block on Sept. 19. A oom- .nine, who will at ouce put 20 men,
ernor Folk is better.
speech making tour, he will go to mitte consisting of H. W. Thompson, under the supervision of R. P. I-1 ttie,
the relief ot the money market and G. W. Griffin and Dr. O. B. Wil. at work running tunnels into the bm
deposit gold in the national banks lougbby has been appointed to arrange back of the present exposures to
which have engaged gold in Europe for the attfair, which while uot elab ploit the beds.
orate will lie comple'e and is intend
which has not yet arrived.
The quality of the cd’il la fair and
ed to be enjoyable for those whose it is thought it will answer for a
i good fortune it is to attend.
»melter to be constructed for the Blue
The opening will not ba public,
Lsdge mine. Prospecting has been
1 only a few invited guests from out»
done before in this locality but the
Fill I Y ilFPiriFD Hi,le
clulj Membership lining in work was confined to the slide for
r ULL I ULUIULU vite(1 Tbere w||1 probably
mation which appears in later de
' dress or two and light lefreshments velopments. li. is evident that a
Sebastopol, Sept. 5.—The terrorists
„ . . „ ... ..
1 may be served. The club has spent a valuable coal mine has been discover-
have threatened Colonel Dumliadz and
Chicago, Sept. 5. — Conflicting re
. great deal of money in fltlng up the j nd within four miles of Medford
the officers of his regiment have pub ports as to
the route of the extension |
lished a notice that if the colonel is of .......
the Chicago. Milwaukee A St. Paul . quarters,
.. the members
A do not , feel which has immense value tn devleop-
harmed they will kill all the leaders railroad to the Pacific coast have
" ing the copper mines tributary to the
of all progressive parties Admiral lieen settled by the official announce
Skrydeloff is apprehensive of the al ment from the general offlee in Chi
titude of the sailors of the fleet and cago that right of way had l>ern »e
soldiers of the garrison
cured from Glenham, South Dakota,
j to Butte, Montana, 731 mile«, and I
TRIAL OF MUTNEERS
that construction work on that por
Portland, Sept. 5.—M. J. McVean,
Kronstadt, Sept 5—The trial of two tion of the line had been under way
hundred mutineers, iu cudiug Onop- since April. From Bntte to Seattle I expert of the forestry service, in the
Havana, Sept. 5. -Colonel Austin
ko, the peasant leader in the recent the route has not been laid ont defl land fraud trial this morning identi
parliament, began today. There are nitely, but reports from engineers on fied letters from !'. P. Mays to Con Cruz an.■ Colonel Lewa, peace com
a thousand witnesses, and the trial I various rights of way are expected to gressman Hermann In 1902 urging the missioners, trying to end the rebel
immediate creation of the Blue lion, are In conference today with
will probably be prolonged.
j t>« completed in time to enable the Mountain forest reserve.
General Guzman, seeing to arrange
i officials to announce definite plans
At yesterday's evasion interest cen terms upon which they will be able
within 4) days.
tered in the testimony of II. A. Rob to declare peace.
The cost of extending the road to ertson, former private secretary io
5 the Pacific coast is roughly estimat -Senator Mitchell, who produced in
ed at (»0,000,000, or (40,000 a mile court the stenographic notes of let
for the 1500 miles, the distance from tert written by the senator to De- J
rendant Mars. These letters tended
Ranier, Or., Sept. 3.—While the Glenham to Butte living 731 miles.
to show that Mitchell was in the
cashier lay bound hand and foot,
plot, and he cautined Mays to secrecy
gagged and tied to a table in a back-
Portsmouth, N. H,. Sept 5 —A
concerning his letters.
room, two bandits le'sureiy looted
bronze tablet, commemorating the
the State Bank of Ranier in broad
peace conference between Russia and
daylight yesterday afternoon, It wax
Jaf«n, was placed by the navy depart«
two hours before their unfortunate
ment today in the building where the
victim was able to free himself suf
meetings were held at the navy yard.
flciently to give the alarm and in the
Boise, Sept. 5.—As the Irrigation
meantime the robbers had made their congress comes to a close the dele
escape, taking with them between ga’es are taking a lively interest in
■San Francisco, Sept., 5.—F'ollowing
92000 and (2500 in gold coin.
the question of where the next session their offer of arbitratoin on all points
P. W. Van Aucber, the ca«bier, was is to be held. Sacramento seems to in dispute, the striking carmen this
the only person In the tiank when I« *n the lead, but a strong fight is notning prepared to go to work on
the robbery was committed, having being put up in behalf of Beno and the first indication that the cimnany
come down, although it was a holiday I ms Vegas, lhere are many ad her is ready to accept the proposition.
to work on his books.
ents of the plan to go to Washington
The company made no attempt this Coffman today wired that the water
city In order to emphasize upon con noruing to operate its cars, and the in the cruiser Boston was under con
L. A. Brandenburg, who has con gress the necessity o' appropriating reneral feeling is that the strike will trol an be .xpects fbe ship to be free
of water it/ 5 o'clock this afternoon.
ducted (be Matlock lodging house for 9100,000,000 dollnis for reclamation « settled.
the past year, is moving bis furni work.
Last evening John Poole, a strike
ture to Spriugfleld, where he will eon
American Boat Wins
Governor Chamberain leads in the weaker from New York, was arrested
duct a similar bnalness in the new race for the presidency of the con for firlug on s noisy mob about the
Marblehead, Maae, Hept 5—Vua,
Elemi ng Mock. He will also conduct grace, although he says be does not tar tier ns at Turk and Fillmore an American boat, won today’s ra ie
a res tea rant and cigar etore.
st i sets.
for the Roosevelt cup ,
$10,00 Irish Lincn’Suits*$5.00
A most desirable garment for
housework or wouldn’t be bad
to wear in the hop field.
Chicago, Sept. 5.—Bryan's second
speech in this city,made at a banquet
in his honor by the Jefferson Club,
was devoted to National Committee
man Koger C. Sullivan,whose resigna
tion Bryan demanded,but who was en
dorsed by the recent state convention
which also declared in favor of Mr.
Bryan as the next Democratic nom
inee foi president.
Bryan not only scored Sullivan and
his politioal methods unmercifully,
but informed the Democrats present,
many of whom were delegates to the
recent state convention, if they ac
cepted Sullivan they could not en
dorse him in any way. He informed
them emphatically that if Sullivan did
not have the uon-ajqiroval of Dem
ocrats of Illinois that he (Bryan re
pudiated their endorsement of him.
tempt him liaek into the political
Edi e at Washington. Mr. Barbour arena again.
urged the seeming peril of bringing
Today Miss Annie Campbell, re
Stensland across foreign countries, turning on th<- steamer Coronia, told
where the prisoner might suddenly
balk at the prospect of returning to
tlie United States. Moreover, Mr.
Barbour asserts that Stensland may
kill himself, mid points out with vig
or the advisability of having Steus-
laud brought back to this country as
REPORT TO CONTRARY.
a federal prisoner on board a war
Washington, Sept. 5.—A dispatch
from Minister Gummere, received
this afte!noon, gives defluite informa
TRUST OFFICIALS HELD.
tion that the Sultan will uot hinder
Philadelphia, Hept. 5.—Ou warrant«
the return of Stensland
charging conspiracy for embezzlj-
nient and the making out of false
ILLINOIS OFFICIALS ACTIVE.
teturus, sworn out by a depositor ot
Chicago, Sept 5.—Assistant State's the wrecked Real Estate Trust Com
Attorney Barbour yesterday made a pany, Adolpli Segal, Wm. North,
demand on ttie United States govern treasurer, and M. S. Collingwood,
ment for a warship in which to bring assistant treasurer,of the failed bank,
Paul O. Stensland, t ie banker, now were arrested today. This morning
uuder arrest in Tangiers, back to they were arraigued 1 efore a police
this country. The request was today magistrate and Segal's bonds placed
sent by Mr. Barbour to Governor at 9*25,000. The others were held in
Dineen, following a series of com the sum of (10,000 each.
the newspaper reporters tna
munications lietween the state execu The prisoners gave bonds and were dinner to Bryan in Belfast Mr. Crok
tive and Acting Secretary of State released
er told him iu her presence that he
intended to re*urn to America to light
and vote for him.
Washington, Sept, 5. — Failure to
hear from the Sultan of Morocco in
regard to Banker Stensland’s retili 11
leads some to think that the default
er has bribed the sultan. The of
ficials are of th« opinion that if the
sultan wishes it the fugitive will be
perfectly safe witihn his domains.
$2.50 Skirts for $1.25
$3.00 Skirts for $1.50
$3.50 Skirts for $1.75
Lincoln, Sept. 5.—A greeting iu
marked contrast to the enmity of six
years ago awaits Wm. J. Bryan’s arri
val at 6 o’clock this evening. The
town is aflame with patriotic colors
and pictures of Bryan, displayed re
gardless of party affiliations. A hun
dred horsemen will escort the party
from the train to the public grounds,
where Governoi Mickey and Mayor
Browneon will deliver addresses of
welome. Every town in the state
has sent delegations to swell the
Stale Department Officials Begin to Think So Because Ruler
of Morocco Does Not Reply to Requests for Fugitive's ai Recent Dinner in Belfast
Extradition—Officials of Defunct Real Estate Trust Com- New York, >ept. 5. —Richard Crok
er, former loader of Tammany, , is
pany Arrested on Warrants Sworn Out by One ot Their coming
back to tight for Bryan, bav
ing refused ai! blandishments of
Tammany to again lead them,
had always thought nothing would
Mail and Phone Orders Receive Prompt. Attention
LAND FRAUD CASE
STILL BEING HEARD MAY HAVE PEACE
IN LITTLE CUBA
OF RAINIER BANK
PLACE OF TREATY
‘’OUR GEORGE” LEADS
FOR HIGH HONOR MAY SETTLE STRIKE
HAS BEEN SAVED