1 WEEKLY GU ARD Vol 39 No 73 EUGENE. OREGON. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13. 1906 SENATOR DICK ENDORSED AFTER LIVELY CONTEST We buy for Cash and sell for Cash, this is the only way in which you can make close prices on Merchandise prices, üÉ »»6 Note some of our ¿e Misses’ cravenettes $6.00 to $10.00 Ladies’ cravenettes $8.00 to $30.00 We have them in all prices from $2.00 to $20.00 Our Ladies' Suit Department Is Complete All The * New Styhs Here $1.50 ¿0 $40.00 GENTS’ DEPARTMENT Our New Fall Suits are here H. S. (Sb M. Clothing the only cor rect Styles Boys’ School Suits $1.50 to * $20.00 Copyright 1906 by Hart Schaffner EÍ Mari NUTSHELL “Say, but it’s good to be on a vacation!’’ ADVERTISING BRINGS PEOPLE TO FAR WEST Interesting Address ot R. C. Rora- backer of Spokane, Publicity Committee, Before Convention at Salem-Facts and Figures That Tell the Story Salem, Or,, Sept.12. — Ine State De velopment League opened its three- «lay session at 1 o'clock yesterday af ternoon. In spite of the drawing power <>f the races there was a good attendance ot delegates when Secre tary Tom Richardson rapped to order, ami Pr«*sident Theo. H. Wilcox, ot Poitland, delivered the opening ad dress. I 'ratik N. Derby gave a hearty and cordial welcome to the Capital City, as president of the Salem Com mercial Club, and the committee ot one hundred Salemitea on leception "Gee, but it’s groat to bo book at work!*’ and entertainment wore ill evidence _____________ _____________________ —Triggs m Now York Pros*. everywhere. Judge Lowell, of Pendleton, made tile principal address of the session, and his telling points were heartily applauded. At today's session 11 feature was the address of R. C. Rorabacher, of the Spokane, Wash., Chamber of Com merce pulilicity committee. Hie sub ject was * ‘Some Real Results !• rom Immigiation Advertising,” and he Washington, Sept. 12.—There is Oyster Hay. The Des Moines will said in part: “The careful manager will keep a much activity in the slate, naw and await orders at Key West. The Denver left New Lopdon. ■ record, however, more to atford a ba war departments on account of the Conn., on September Nth under or- : sis of C-tiupaiing the relative efficien Cuban situation. Major E. E. Ladd, ifers to stop at Norfolk. Two days cy of various uu'iiiums and ideas than a trusted officer in the military sec later orders by wireless teiegiaph to produce convincing evidence that retary's office, lias started f«»r Havana were given hei to goto Havana at. full advertising pays. To the advertising speed, which she proceeded to do . man whose experience qualities him on a “month’s leeve of absence to at without stopping on this coast. to occupy a position as manager the tend to private interests.” fact, that good advertising pays has HAVANA IS EXCITED. It is thought the government means Havana, Sept. IX—The city was in long since become au axiom, Lt is to have an army officer present in an uproar when the people heaid that his concern merely to see that he gets case of trouble. the United States had ordered three the laist advertising possible—that be rhe cruiser Denver, it is announced warships here. It is rumored that a makes Ills dollars buy all they will whole tl««et. is coming. The lusnr pay for. He realizes that the great today, lias been orders«! to Havana. She should arrive there today or to gents are recruiting in the city and volume of results can never be traced, morrow, and the gunboat Marietta, reports are constantly coming of rebel that what is visible indicates merely now at Santo Domingo, has been or successes, many believing that Palma the tendency, ami tiiat the more gen dered to Cienfuegos. These orders will be unable to cope with the sit- } eral and less specific the campaign the were issued by the president from nation. Continued on Page Eight UNCLE SAM PREPARES HOP PICKERS IN FOR CUBAN TROUBLES RIOT AT ST. PAUL Misses’ and Children’s Coats Best line in the World Prices ¡rom A ____ Dayton, O., Sept. IX—mere was much excitement during the second day of the Republican state conven tion. Senator Dick’s antagonists were not satisfied with his selection again as state chairman and introduc ed a motion that the convention re quest him to resigu. An uproar en sued and Senator Eoraker rushed to the platform to defend his colleague. Upon putting the motion Dick was supported by a rote of 573 to 285, hut his opponents refuse«I to make it unanimous. A platform was adopted containing a “dogfall” plank on the revision of the tariff. because Foraker requested that the matter be not mentioned no resolu tion endorsing him for president was offered Ladies' Long Coats, all colors, $6.00 to $40.00 all new Fall Styles Gordon Ferguson Furs Ohio Rephulicans Badly Torn by Fact ional Fights- Many Delegates Oppose State Machine Led By Senators Dickand Fcraker in State Convention IN Gordon Hat $3.00 HAMPTON BROS. Mail and Phone Orders Receive Prompt Atteninn Salem, Or., Sept. 12.—One man killed, another dying an<i three more or less seriously injured is the result of a shooting aft ray in a saloon at St. Paul, this county, last night. The trouble wits tire outcome of a drunken brawl, commenced by a crowd of Astoria roughs engaged in a neigh boring hopyatd as pickers. Marshal Krechter is dead. Sheriff Culver is on the track of the roughs, who left immediately after the shooting, and trouble is expected. MAYS CASHS NEAR TO ITS END Portland, Sept. 12.—The Mays case will go to the jury at midnight. CUNSTABLE FINOS STENSLAND, STOLEN SHOTGUN NERVOUS WRECK, SAILS FOR HOME Constable Plank reutrned from Marcóla last evening, bringing with him the shotgun stolen from C. D. McBee at Irving recently. The gun Tangier, Sept. 12—.Paul Htensland has been identified, ami John Wal was taken aboard the .-earner Prince lace, at whose house it was found, Adellwrt, which went out of its way will be arrested. to touch here, tins morning, and sail ed for America. He is sick and ner- ! vous, and apparently is breaking I down and since bis attempted suicide has been deprived of his knife at meals. He is closely watched to pre vent further attempts at seif deetruc- Findlay, O., Hept. 12.—John D. tion. The prisoner was weeping when Rocaefeller pleaded not guiltv of the I taken aboard the steamer and says charges against him yesterday. All the whole thing is a plot against him : the Standard Oil defendants pleaded that the truth will soon be known and th« same and demanded separate trials by jury. lieople will see he is not to blame. STANDARD OFFICIALS SAY NOT GUILTY HARRIMAN WILL BUILD COAST ROAD TWENTY INDICTMENTS. Chicago, Sept. IX—Twenty indict ments charging Stensland with forg ery wore returned by the grand jury today. It is reported that other in The San Francisco Call asserts that dictments will be returne«! later to the Southern Pacific has decided to «lay. build a coast line railroad to Portland at once, it will run over the Santa Fe line to Camp Five, over the new line which It in constructing jointly with the Santa Ee to Sherwood, and over the line of the California North western to Tiburon. Gould's move St. Petersburg, Sept. 12.—Peasants merits are said to have alarmed Harri in the Ural districts are offering man into immediate action. armed resistance to the collection of Drain instead of Corvallis is no taxes ami troops have been ordered to doubt meant in the Call's article. the district. The social democrats have lieen notified that they will nut Le permit ted to hold conventions for the nomi nation of members of tbs next dou- ma. It is given out that the czar has ap pointed Sakomeleki commander of the Fifth army corps, with headquar The besvv rain which has been fall- ters at Warsaw, a’-d ordered him to ms almost continuously since early suppress the terrorists. Hakomelski this morning has put a complete stop “pacified" Sebastopol after the late to operations in the bop fields, and growers are somewhat worried lest it mutinies. continue several days. The barome Yesterday's baseball «coree: Port- ter, however, was higher tbis after weather land. <; San Eran ’taco, 3. Los Ange- noon, indicating better soon. as, 7 ; Oaklaad, 3. RUSSIAN PEASANTS RESIST TAXATION INDIVIDUAL MATCH SHOOT AT SEAGIRT Seagirt, N. J., Sept. 11.—The Na tional individual match, the last of the tug rifle tourament, was held yes terday. Lieutenant Theodore H. Dillon, of the United States Engl- ! neer Corps, won the flixxi tit nt prize in the National individual match with a score of 313. The first 12 prizewinners follow: First, Lieutenant Theo. H. Dillon, . United States Engineering Corps, I 313. Second, Lieutenant Mumma, Sec ond United States Cavalry, 3u4. Third, Private Bass, Montana, 3)1. Fourth, Captain Cavanaugh, United States Cavalry, 301. Fifth, Corporal Jackson, Oregon, 298. Sixth. Sergeant Ogistlni, Porto Rico infantry. 298. Seventh, Captain Lyman, United States Marine Corps, 298. Eighth, Sergeant Corbett, New York, 296. Ninth, Lieutenant Silvester, New Jersey, 294. Tenth, Captain Tewes, New Jersey, 296. Eleventh, Sergeant Scott, United States Marine Corap«, 293. Twelfth, Sergeant Hersch, Montana. 292. (Jackson is a niemlier ot Co. I), First Separate Battalion, of Rose burg ) HIBERNIA SAVINGS BANK RUN CONTINUES San Francisco, Sept. 12. —The run on the HH>ernia Savings Bank con tinued today with a line of depositors half a block long, reaching to the paying tellers. All were paid prompt ly and there was no disorder. The genetai belief in banking oircies is that the run is unwarranted and the institution sound. Only a sprinkling of Southern Dem ocrats out»i«te of Kentucky greeted Bryan. All the looal Democratic leaders of the South were invited and the local Democrats are unable to un derstand their absence. BRYAN WILL SPEAK WITH WATTERSON l.ouisville, Sept. IX—Wm. J. Bryan arrived beie at 1:15 today and the state's greatest men welcomed him. tie will speak tonight from the vim« rostrum with Henry Watterson. At St. Louie last night 12,000 peo ple, crowded in the Coliseum, gave Bryan e tremendous reception, cheers drowning the music of the band. He declared In his speech that Roosevelt owed his popularity to the fact that he was tollowing the suggestions laid down In the Democratic platform. STIVERS ESSON NUPTIALS AT CHEMAWA TODAY SEVERAL KILLED HEAVY RAIN WORRIES I rear« E. C. Sanderson, of the Di IN TRAIN WRECK HOP GROWERS vinity School, went to Cbemawa this morning to perform the ceremony at the wedding nf .Miss Vesta Eseon }o Elijah Stivers. Tbe bride is a «laugh tar of .Mrs. Clara Eason, of this city, and the groom a wall known divinity student, whose borne is in Washing ton. Ringgold, Ga., Sept. 11— In a wreck on the Western A Atlantic rail- road bis morning Engineer W. W. Eiaher and several others were killed. .Mistaken orders caused tbe aocldeat. Albany’s city water before and after Herman Buck hoz, a native of Ger gio ng through tbe filters has been many, yesterday took out bin first found to be pure and perfectly fit te citiensbip ¡«apera. drink.