EUGENE, OREGON, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1906 STENSLAND SENT TO PRISON WITHOUT DELAY Taken from the various departments of the Big Cash Stare that will interest careful buyers. If you don’t find here what you want come to the store, we have it Outing Flannels, 6Xc quality, now___ ____ 5^C Umbrellas, both Ladies’ and Men’s...... . 50c Ladies’ Turnover Collars, 10c quality now 5c Boys’ and Girls’ School Caps, assorted colors 25c Cotton Broadcloth for coats and skirts 25c Dress Goods, fine assortment 25c 20c Plaids for waists and suits.. Price Fine assortment wool Remnants Cravenette Coatings and Suitings ___ $ 1.00 Childrens’ Dresses ___________ 25c to $5.00 Ladies’ heavy fleeced Underwear....... 25c Misses’ extra heavy Unions $12 winter Coats, all sizes and colors___ $5.00 Ladies’ extra size Skirts, some as large as 38 waist. Ladies’ fine 12/^c black Hose now________ 10c Boys’ heavy ribbed school Hose .................. 15c (Ask for style 40) 50c and 75c Corsets, black and drab, odd sizes ____________________________ 15c All-silk Ribbons for the the neck, all colors ........ 10c and 15c 50c and up Shirt Waists 5c 6Xc Calico, fine assortment, now I Oc Flannelette, 12/^c grade ... ... 25c Boys’ school Pants ----- ------- $1.50 Boys’ 2-piece wool Suits--------- 50c Boys’ dark colored school Shirts 50c Men’s heavy Jack Rabbit Shirts Men’s dress Suits...... —............. $5.00 and up Men’s cotton Hose, the kind that wear 3 pr. 25c Full stock of water-proof garments for the rainy days that are sure to come. Don’t forget about the $12.00 Coats that we are selling for $5.00. Hampton Bros Eugene and Springfield After Conference With District At- torney On Arrival In Chicago Pleaded Guilty and Was Sen- fenced to Prison For Long Term. In Case of Good Behavior Will Get Out In Ten Years Chicago, Sept. 26. — Ranker Paul Stensland arrived neie this morning in charge of Olsen aud the officers. He was hurried to the United States attorney's office, where he held a long conference with that ofticial. The prisoner ex press« J indignation at his treatment in New York, wbeie be said he was treated as a common felon, lie thinks hl» former posi tion should hare secured him some consideration. Stensland was later taken into court and sentenced on two indictments, one charging that he received for de posit a check for $6" after he knew the bank to be insolvent aud the oth er charging the embezzlement of $400, 000. On the flrat charge he was sen tenced from one to five years and fined $120. On the second from one to fouiteen years, the seuteiices to run concurrently, making a maxi mum penalty, in case of good behav ior deduction, of ten years. BIG REWARD FOR ATLANTA RIOTERS THREE KILLED ARMY ORDERED MANY INJURED TO BE READY FOR CUBAN CAMPAIGN Railroad Accident Occurs Orders To That Effect Issued To Department from Oyster Bay Today—Cuban Government Torn Into Conflicting Factions That Retuse To Be Reconciled-Charges and Counter Charges From Leaders are Flying Thick and Fast at Havana—Cuban Congress To Meet Friday Washington, Sept. 26.—The war de sign Friday, and the cabinet oftloers partment received orders from Oyster have alieady done so. Bay this morning to have an army FORTY THOUSAND TROOPS ready to go to Cuba in the shortest WILL BE. NECESSARY possible notice. Washinton, Sept. 26.— It »a» stated by tin- war department this morning SITUATION AT HAVANA. that in event or armed intervention Havana. Sept. 26.—Liberal Leader in Cuba probably every »oldie. »ta Zaytui charge» the Palma administra tioned in the United States-will have tion with treason in delivering the to be sent to the front. The opinion government to the American» and ac of officers of the general staff is that cuse» the moderates of the Taft com successive expeditions will be neces mission with fav^rii.g the rebels. sary until forty thousand troops are The commission also criticise» the on Cubnii soil. It will be at least government for its unconcil'atory at seven days before ths whole army titude. could be embarked, owing to the lack There is likely to be a quorum of of traus| ortation facilities. Coegre»» at the session Friday. The WALLER GOES TO CUBA. moderates will urge absenteeism in Norfolk, Va., Sept. 26.—Colonel order to suspend the government and force the Americans to seize it. The Waller, the famous campaigner in the 1 I liberal leaders are either in the woods Philippines and Cuba, has been or dered to Cuba to command the ma or in jail, so they cannot atleml. President Palma is expected to re- rines. EMIL ETTER HUGHES NAMED ENTERS PLEA OF FOR GOVERNOR NOT GUILTY AT SARATOGA Atlanta, Sept. 26.—The governor will confer witli the city council at a special meeting late this afternoon ami it is expect'd that the result will be that tomorrow the city and state will each otfet a rew*l of $10,0U0, a total of $20.060, tor the apprehension of Saratoga, Sept.26.—Bruce has with the rioters. The state troops have been ordered drawn from the race and it is prac home and the troops of the home city tically certain that Chas. E. Hughes will be the only »audldate for gover will patrol the city tonight. nor presented to the Republican con vention today. The platform adopted praises Pres ident Roosevelt aud Governor Higgius and urges tariff revision, but <le- ! mands that the revisiou be by the tar iff’s friends. Washington, Sept. 25. —Andrew II. Hughes was nominated for governor Nordmeyer has been appointed post- i,y acclamation. master at Mabel, Or. Linn M. Bruce waa renominated for lieutenant governor unanimously. The rest of the ticket, named at a single vote, is aa follows: Secretary of state,John F. O’Brien ; comptroller, Norton E. Lewis; treas urer, John G. Wallennieier : attorney general, Julius M. Mayer; state en gineer and surveyor, Henry C. Van I Alatine. 4 telegram was rweived from Mr. Hughes, saying he accepted the num- Folsom, Cal., Sept. 26.—The condì- ¡nation without a pledge of any kind tion of Adoplb Weber, sentenced to and that if elected he would give an hang tomorrow noon, has steadily administration free from taint of improved the past few weeks, and be bosssim. is now in good physical condition. Jerome's announcement of support He has gained eight pounds since of Hughes created tremendous etithu coming here. His actions are quiet siastn. and natural, but be talks little and 1 he state committee elected Tim apparently does not dread the com othy Woodluff chairman, to succeed ing of tbe morrow, as be 1» confident ex .( j„vei nor Odell, of another repriuye. MABEL HAS A NEW POSTMASTER ADOLPH WEBER HANGS TOMORROW AT FOLSOM OVER ELEVEN HUNDRED HUNTING LICENSES Up to 11 o’clock this forenoon County Clerk Lee had issued 11®) hunters' licenses since January 1 of this year. During the last week ap plications for licenses have been com log in more rapidly than at any pre vious time this year, as the open s a son for killing Chinese pheasants is now only five days away. Last year a total of 1.12»; liecr.se« were granted but that number is expected to tie exceed ed this year by several hundred. Married In Eugene, September 24, 19U6. Albert J. Alberteon and Mies Maggi» Kell, both of Mabel, Kev. J. S. Me Call rim officiating. Groner A Mathews have secured the contract for grading and graveling High street, from Last Third to East Hrst DEMOCRATS MOVE SLOWLY AT BUFFALO Buffalo, Sept. 26.—The Democratic convention was called to order at 11 o'clock and immediately adiourned until 2:30 thia afternoon to await the completion of the report of the com mitt -e on context». Th? convention met at 3 o'clock and the chairman announced that the committee on contests wk »till in session, and the convention there upon adjourned until 6:3» thia even ing. ■ Hearst's nomination seems certain. When told that C. E. Hughe» had l>een nominated at Saratoga, (District Attorney Jeromejanld: •‘We can all support him." Before Hughe» wan nominated "Jer ome Mid: “lhera is no use for we Democrat», who think the patry «old out, to be bolding a rump convention. "If the Republican» nominate a de rent man I'll »tump the «tate for him.” Peru. lud., Sept. 26.—A Wabash passenger train ea.(bound was wreck ed near Catlin, 111., this morning while running seventy miles per hour. In rouudlug a curve the train ran into an open switch and string of freight ears on a aiding. Three were killed, 38 hurt and one is missing. The dead: Eng‘ne»r Butler, 1 iremaii Ellison and Mail Clerk Harding. It is reported that every passenger on the train was either killed or injured. Af'er the collision the gas tanks ex ploded »nd ignited the debris, and many were ci emated. It is now stat ed that every meml>er of the crew was killed and it is thought that a num ber of passengers must have expired. NEW FIRE ENGINE FOR FLORENCE Albauy Democrat: Old résidents of Albany were given a reminder of old time» 1" a hand lire engin« being »hipped through tbe City for Flirteuce Engine Co. No. 1, going by way of Yaqnina and art océan steamer, in early days Albany bail an engine that wa» tire prido of tire city, under Joe Webber doing >» work not surpassed by many steamer». Goshen Items Special Correspondence. Goshen, Sept. 26.—Horace Hamp Emil Etter, who was arrested yest.r- ton’s car with the things he expect» day afternoon upon the rhiirge of ael to hike to his new home in Baker ling li< uor in violation of the prohi county left a week ago last. Friday bition law, appeared before Justice night. Misses Fay and Hazel going of the Peace Bryson this forenoon at Tuesday last, to be there when the 10 o'clock and was formally arraigned. car arrived. Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Through his attorney, Lee M. Travis, Hiid the rest of the family are soon to lie tiled a demurrer to the complaint I follow the girls. Angie Mathews and Clyde Love against him, but Justice Bryson over ruled it and Etter pleaded not guilty. tomorrow morning for Eastern His preliminary examination will Oregon, where Mr. Mathews tins a be held within the next day or so, the , ranch. exact time not yet being agreed Hop picking is finished in this vi- | cinity upon. POSTOFFICE SITE INSPECTOR HERE SOON Postmaster J. L. Page today re ceived the following letter, which explains itself: Treasury Department, Office of Secretary, Washington, D C. September 21, liMHJ. Dear Sir:—I expect to start West within a few days to inspect site» for a public building in your city, and will advise yon of my arrival two or three days in advance by wire, so that you will have an opportunity to advise persons interested. Yours truly, A. F. HTALLER, Secretary to the Secretary. The Postmaster, Eugene, Oregon The Wilsons, who for the past two yeaia have lieeu living on O. E. Thompson's place, will move to Springfield about the Brat of October. Miaa Ethyl Marston, of Cobuni, has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. V. ( B. Mathews, for tbe past week, re- | turning home Saturday last. COTTAGE GROVE ACCIDENTALLY J. A. Richmond Knocked off Plat form To Railroad, His Skull Moving Picture Show Company to Dally Guard. EUGENE PEOPLE FISHING Special Cottage Grove, Sept. Richmond, of this city, was accident ON SIUSLAW RIVER ( ally killed in a peculiar manner here last evening. He was at the Browa Special Correspondence. I.mill »r Company's mill, rolling a Mapleton, Sept. 25.— Had Isaac load of lumlier on a truck al ng the Walton live<l in tt><»»e day» he woul I platform when one wh«<*l of the truck very probably have made his home on broke through the platform. The the Siuslaw river, for judging from truck careened and struck him, the expreseioiia »een on the faces of knocking him onto the railroad track. hi» Eugene disciple» as they come up Hi. bead struck one ot the rails, hie the wharf walk after a day on the skull being crush«*d by the fmee of river thia 1» just the place for a ll»h the fall, tie never r»gHli>«Ml con erman to tie. If one loves to catch ccioneoeae ami died soon afterward. Hah, and Ilk»» to eat fish, and 1» rea The unfortunate n.au was aged 49 »onably willing to clean Hah, he ran year, and leaves a wife and four ehil lie tranquilly happy on the Hiu-law. •Iran. He was an Odd Fellow and Judge Bean and Dr Day report a only a few days ago allowed ■ $3000 catch of 51 veaterday. For some rea life insurance policy with the Knigbta won they failed to mention their of the Mecca l>ee» to lapse, II was Other Erigeue people at the head of the Richmond i> uving The straw hat has skiddoed, also catch today who are casting tires on the river to I the »hort sleeve, also ths white dress, •lay are George Smith, Harry Dunbar pictnte she « company, which known throughout tbe state. also th« noting soit. and trank Wood.