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EUGENE. OREGON. THUHSDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1906
IN HISTORY OF
IN TRAIN WRECK
The School Days
will soon be here
and no doubt every mother is planning what the
children are going to wear, which is no small task,
but we can help you by simply coming to the store
and looking over our immense stock of apparel for
children. Our children’s department is more complete this season
than ever before and the garments that we are showing are far
superior in quality this season than last, and selling for cash as
we do enables us to give better goods at a smaller price
of Plush Astrachan and Worsteds, full
lengths, three-quarters and the Picidilla
college coats,in plain, colors and large plaid
effects and the prices are not what you
would expect on this line of goods.
Hosiery! Hosiery!! Children’s Dresses
Children’s and Misses’ fine ribbed Hose
size 5 to 10, extra values_____ 10c
Boys’ heavy ribbed School Hose, just
hose, our price.______________ 15c
Misses’ fine ribbed lisle Hose,
We are in a position to sell you a fine
All Wool Dress for the child, if it is be
tween the ages of 2 and 14 years, for
much less than you would have to pay
for the material alone.
We have them
in all the new plaid effects at very low
prices,in fact, prices that will surprise you
Bov proof Clothe/
cover thousands o/
sturdy little shoulder?
We are just as well prepared for the boys and
for the Boys and Young Men, as we are for the girls.
Our stock of Boys’ Clothing is all that could be de
sired by any mother that is seeking clothing for the
first days of school.
We have a suit that we are
selling for $1.50 that cannot be duplicated for the
price anywhere in Eugene.
A suit that will wear
the boy thiough the school season
and will look fairly good afterward
1 • J V
We have long pants for young men that
are world beaters when it comes to wear and
it is just the garment a young man attending
school needs, for we will pay 10c for every
button that comes off and £1.00 for every
rip. Try a pair at £1 50.
Full and Complete Stock of Wool and Fleeced
Underwear for Children at 25c and Up.
Young Ladies’ College Coats in the New
Plaid Effects at $5.00.
ill colors I
ONLY THREE MISSING.
Chicago. Sept. 19.—The headquar-
teis of the Rock Island railroad have
issued an official bulletin saying that
only three are missing in the wreck
iu Oklahoma aud they hope to find
Hongkong, Sept. 1H.—One thousand
were drowned iu a typhoon which
stiuck thia city yesterday morning
at 3 o’clock, and immense damage
was done to shipping. Tlie stoiui
lasted two hours, aud while it was in
progress busiuess w«s suspended.
Among the vessels wiecked are toe
Canadian Pacific steamer Mountain
Eagle, the German steamer Johann«
and the British steamers San Chen
and 8atshail. Of the latter three nil
the crews were drowned.
The disaster Is one of the worvt ln
the history of this city, Score»* uf
vessels were swani|ied anil hen ten to
pieces. The American sailing vessel,
8. P. Hitchcock was among the ves
sels which went ashore, and it is un
derstood that six steamers foundered
ill the harbor. Nearly every vessel
lost went down with ab on board.
The harbor was tilled with native
junks and the native crews were
drowned like rata.
I-ater reports say that the dead will
Convicted Land Frauder Turned Out
of Jail Upon Order of Federal
Authorities Was Convicted Nearly
Two Years Ago But Never
Portland, Sept 19.— Emma Watson,
companion and co-defeudant of S. A.
1). Enter, under conviction fol coin
plicity in Oregon land frauds, was re
leased on her own recognizance from
the county jail today, where she lias
been held a prisoner since July, when
she was surrendered by her bonds
men. Sentence was ne er passed upon
her, though convicted in December,
Mrs. Watson was released at the in
stance of the federal authorities, pre
sumably in return for the evidence
furnished by the woman an.I Enter.
Hong Kong, Sept 19.-Thisc.ty is
tilled with dead today, the waves
washing the bodies of the typhoon
victims ashore. The loss of l,te is
Indetiulte, but is probably near a
Reports of new disasters from »he
typhoon are being made hourly,
Only a few Europeans are missing,
and the Chinese are calm, Hiring
little manifestation of grief, Among
the missing are the bishop of Vio-
tory, Dr. J. ('. Hoare, who was en-
route to visit neighboring i stands
His launch was found bottom up.
. Latest reports are that the deal
number thousand*. One craft slot e
carried one hundred and tbiity
Chinese to the bottom.
I’he foreign colony 1» apprehensive
of a native uprising.
A. Welch, general manager of the
Wm. Brynd, one of the prominent
citizens of Florence, arrived in Eu Willamette Valley Co., was iu Eugeue
gene on last night's stage having come today, having stopped off on hia way i
READY TO FORCE PEACE.
Washington, Sept. 19.—If Secretary out to look after his hop yard near back to Portland after having been at
He iuforms the Guard Roaebuig looking after the electric
Taft fail» to make peace in Culm this Junction.
run of Chinook sal plant there which hia company re
government is ready to step in with
out delay and force quietude. The mon in the Siualaw river is an un cently purchased.
While here thia forenoon Mr Welch,
war department is going ahead with usually good one, more coming in
preparations to embark tire thousand and being caught than for several accompanied by Local Manager Hodg
men from Tampa, and it is generally seasons past. The fish on the average son and Councilman L. O. Beckwith,
admitted that armed intervention are also much larger than usual, a took a drive through the country be
will follow the failure of the ends- number of immense ones having been tween Eugene aud Springfield on both
sides of the river for the purpose of
caught since the aeaaon opened.
series to conclude peace.
Tbs two canneries, O. W Hurd’s further viewing out a route for the
at Acme and Kyle A Sous' at Flor proposed trolley line between the two
an expect places. He informed a reporter that
ence, are toth very busy
to have a larger pack this year than engineers will begin the work of mak
for some time past, . There are a mg surveys for the line through the
large number of fishermen employed city and on to Springfield by way of
on the river, and they are all making .ludkiua' Point within a few days.
good money, each bringing in a big He has left the mattei to Local Man
boat load every morning. Silversides nger Hodgson, who will at first em
are just beginning to come in and ' ploy local engineers anil later the
they ,too, promise to be very plenti . ' company will eeud a corps up from
The building committee of the
Chicago, Sept. 19.—Charges of ex- ful.
i Portland. Mr. Hodgson stated that
toitlonate methods in the collection
Kyle A Sons' new cold storage plant I he had not yet cboaen bls surveyors, < atbolio church opened the bids •a
of freight rates for shipments ot lum at Florence is now In operatiou and but expects to witbill the next day
the new church building last night.
her were tiled with the commerce a large number of aalinou are being ' or so.
commission today by the Pacific preserved in ice for the out-of-seaaon | After the Judkins’ Point line is ; Welch A Maurer, of Salem, who are
Coast Lumbermen's Association. It use. A cold storage plant lias long surveyed a line on the other side of j erecting the new library building at
is alleged that the roads have forced been needed at Florence and now the river, starting from a point acroa* the university, were the lowest bid
dealers to furnish braces weighing that it has beeu i established it is the river from the end of Washing ders and weie awarded the contract.
from 500 to 1000 pounds on each car throughly apperciated by the citizen* ' ton street, will lie run and the route The bids aweie as follows:
and pay freight on the braces. The of that place. Ice is manufactured deemed the most feasible will be W. H. Alexander, Eugene
W. O. Heckart, Eugene
dealeis claim they should not b« for custom trade and a big business selected.
M. J. Buley, Eugeue ....... 5312.16
forced to furnish equipment for roads is done.
INCREASE LIGHT SERVICE
aud then pay freight on the same
Manager Hodgson, in talking to the 11. Williams, Eugene ....... .. 5250.00
equipment. They also claim they are
reporter, stated that the company Welch A Mourer, Salem .... 4914.(Mi
Separate bids on the heating plant
forced to pay 910,000,(MM) yearly to
will Mt once put iu an additionl 6000-
Western roads to supply their de
I volt line betweeu the big electric were asked for. Welch A Mourer'a
■ plant at Srplngflold and Eugene, was 1243, making a total bid of 95157.
which will doul le the capacity of the I
Justice of the Peace it. S. Bryson lighting service here. The work will
last evening at seven o clock Hued . begin within a few days.
Joe Neal #25 and costs for carring
concealed weapons. He resides at
Creswell. The arrest was the result
Corvallis, Or., Sept. IS. —F. H. of a neighborhood row In which Neal
New York, Sept. 19.-In a bitter
Norcross of Michigan will coach the displayed a pistol.
dash of opposing fajt'ons in yeate.
Oregon Agricultural college footlmll
day’s primary election* in New York
team. The deal was dosed last night.
(From Saturday'* Guard.)
county. Congressman Herbert Par-
Norcross will arrive tomorrow or
aona, chairman of the county commit
Thursday. He ha* been four years
tee, Won a »weeping victory for the
At the Catholic rectory Sept, mber
on the Univrsity of Michigan team
control of the Republican party,
and served as captain and halfback.
while Charles K Murphy, leader of
At a meeting of the student i«>dy to phine Crow, Rev. Father O'Farrell all week. After the work is complet
Tammany Hail, retainer! hia position
morrow the graduate athletic manager
it premises to be the tin eat ami moat at the bead of the organization by a
will i>e elected. Practice iiegin* i ca Lucky Boy mine
elaborate ever given by any ordei in narrow margin.
me,Iiately. Some good material bas
The Parsons victorr in the Repub
B. E. Williams, of Dexter and Mis» thia city. The committee, consisting
arrived, also several old players.
Nola Kever, of Bend, were married of Dr. Geo. Wall, W. M. Preston, an! lican party was a complete rout for
at the latter place Sept. 2, 1!MM>. They l)r. C. W. Lowe, have »pared neither the faction led by Slate Chairman B.
have just arrived here and will wake pair s nor expense to secure the beat B. Odell, Jr., and Lemuel E. Quigg.
their borne at Dexter. Mr. Williams obtainable, »ending to Portland for Mr. Parson* had the backing of
is the son of ( 'has. L. W illiams, the Home of the thing» that could not be President Roosevelt and Governor
secured in Eugene. Quite a number Higgins. He telephoned to the preet-
well known logging contractor.
of visitors from other cities, Iieaides dent at Oyster Bay tonight, telling
Fort Worth, T'ex'a*. Sept. 19.—
W. H. Wood and Mrs. Euta B those from Coos Bay who have l>een him of the victory and received Mr
Pierce's testimony at the St. Louis Loli«i>erry, both of thia city, were taking the degree«, have arrived and Roosevelt’« warmest congratulations.
hearing, »bowing Senator Bailey's married in Aitiany Sunday evening will lie in attendance at the banquet.
connection as an attorney for th* at 7:3U o’clock by the Rev. 8. A. One Mason came all the way from
Water. Pierce Oil Company,
tMM Dougta«. pastor of the Baptiat Dunsmuir, Cal., for the express pur
I canned a fight to be made on the non church. The ceremony was ¡>erform pose of enp y.ng the affair.
ator in some connties, although tlieiedat the Baptiat parsonage in the
Among the vialtota are: .luhn A.
Itemorrats voted hi* endorsement at ' presence of a few relatives and friend» Shaw, of Mill City; H. B. Thielson,
the late primaries. It is possible that of the contracting |<arties l 51 r. and of Salem . Wrn. Warner, of Salem ; P.
Rev. W. C. Sale, the new pastor of
the legislature may refuse to ratify Mrs. Wood arrived in Eugene this 1». oilbert, I.. C. Marshall, J. W. the Baptist church at Springfield, ar
the verdict at the polls.
afternoon and will leave here Hatur- Cusick, II. Bryant, 1. J. Butler. C. ri rod today from lone, Or., sono*
day for KlamAth Falla, where they G. Rswlius. D. P, Mason, K. E. Ma pained l>y bis wife. There will tie
J. M. Hamilton, who lived here ‘£> will reside. Mr. Wood la a well- son, W. R. Bilyeu. F. J. Miller, W. preaching at the church Sunday at 1
year» ago, reaiding in Eastern Ore known farmer and hi* bride is • E. Baker, ail of Albany ; D. £. Ver a. in. and 7 :)) p. m.
gon aitx-e, ha« returned to E<ig»n>* to •tenograpber. a lister of Attorney G. non. of Oakland : I. W. Sommerrille,
epend bi» remaining day» here. He V. Skipworth. They have many of Harrisburg ; Dr. C. L. W illiams, of
Misses Neva Perkins and Lulu Cor
and hi» family will reside at *K West friend* wno tender them conrgatu- Junction, and Jerry J. Wilson, of rln, of Cotta -e Grove, ar« among
Sixth at tact.
thos« attending the teachers InHitute
TO SALEM MEN
NORCROSS, OF MICHIGAN,
TO COACH 0. A. C.
Havana, Sept. 19.—Taft and paity
arrved a*. 7:30 o’clock thia morning
and received Secretary of State
O’Farrell on board the Des Moines.
At 10 o'clock he called upon Presi
The American commissioner, ac-
compauied by a delegation of lib-
erals, beaded by Zayas, representing
the insurgents, and a party of govern
ment supporters, left at 11:40 for
Minister Morgan's house at Mariano
to begin the discussion of the situ»-
Six hundred marines from the
Dixie and Marietta have landed at
Cienfueges. it is supposed that
American merchants appealed for pro-
Tuose well informed say that the
Ameticau troops are certain to come.
It may be weeks and possibly months,
but it is inevitable. Both sides talk
peace but declare they will make no
concessions. Ninety per cent ot the
property is owned by foreigners, and
they are practically solid for annexa
tion to the United States.
Lawton, Okla.. Sept. 19. — It is esti
mated that the dead list of the wreck
is low this moiniug. Railroad offi
cials decline that only nine persons
lode in the smoker at the time the
train plunged into the rivet, and
they are all accounted for except
three. It is still possible, however.
that the subsiding waters may reveal
The survivors tell harrowing tales
of narrow esca|>es from death.
The engine, mail and baggage cars,
and oue day passenger coach went in
to the river, and the smoker is par
FINED FOR CARRYING
Boys’ Pant»s at
25c and 50c
For Men, Boys,
After Receiving Secretary of State
He Visited President Palmar- Best
Informed Persons Certain That
United States Troops Must Come
In the End
Large range of
MASONS END WORK
WITH BIG BANQUET
ODELL BADLY BEATEN
MURPHY PULLS THROUGH
MAY BE OPPOSED