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C.UGENE, OREG3N, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1906
SALE OF LADIES’ SUITS
Government Soldiers Refuse to Lay
Down Arms and Commit Many
Oepredations-Raiders Are Busy
and Towns Are Shot up By Dis
Havana, Oct. 3.—The disarming of
rebels began today under tiie super
vision of General Funston.
was uu oppostiou ami some were per
nutted to keep Un ii guns, which
were their personal property.
Preparation has beeli completed to
receive Taft at the palace this alter
noon, when he will move in perma
AVE you formed a part of the scrutinizing crowd that has come together dai'y to
inspect the new Fall Suits? No—well here’s an invitation, you are wanted.
Commencing tomorrow morning, Oct. 2nd, we place on special sale every Suit
in the department at prices never before heard of at this time of the season.
Suits Will Be Reduced F rom
$3.00 to $5.00
We would like to picture the beautiful garments here that we are offering at such
low prices and show all their good qualities and blending of colors, but we cannot, SO
can only ask you to come and see this array of new models, covering all of the
most wanted garments, the most pleasing suit thoughts planned and executed in
the best tailoring shops in this country and abroad.
Remember the date, Tuesday, October 2, and continuing the remainder of
The best numbers will go first
black effects, 50 inches wide.
2 pieces heavy Coating or Suiting, 48 inches wide, in
plaid effects, one with dark red predominating, the
other a rich golden brown mingled with dark green
and white, very swell.
1 piece heavy gray imported serge suitable for long or
English walking coats, 50 inches wide. Combination
of reseda, green and gray woven in diagonal effect.
Guaranteed all wool. $1.50 grade
1 piece heavy gray suiting, very good for coats or skirts,
59 in. wide. Color and quality guaranteed. A
material that’s worth $1.40 a yard now
HAMPTON BROTHERS CASH STORE
PROMISE TO CUBANS
Root has written Minister Qesada en
dorsing Secretary 'Taft’s lequest that
Quesada retain the office of miniatei
from Cuba, declaring there is no rea
son why the friends of Cuba should
despair of lilierty. independence 01
successful seif government. He says:
“This wretched business will soon
tie over, and we may look back upon
it as me I el V a hard lesson in Culm's
development in the art ot self govern
The work of grading the prunes that
have been dried at the Allen evapoia
tor in this city was begun today and
it is expected that the 111 st car load
will lie leady for shipment within
two or three days. I lie first cat goes
to Menominee, Mich. The output of
the evaporator tills year will la* laigei
tliau for many years past and a large
number of carloads will be shipped
East, as there is a big demand for the
Oregon evaporated prune.
The prunes are still coming in at
the evaporator and it will be a week
or two yet before the dry ing season is
Tomatoes are now being delivered
at the cannery in greater quan'ities
than at any previous time during the
present season ami the force of women
and men is now kept busy every day
in the week, whereas for some time
pest they worked on the tomatoes
only two or three days in the week.
W. P. Drugg ami J. Allmasi, of
Junction, were in Eugene today.
peter«burg, Oct. 3. —Re volution-
tt’is afternoon attacked the cash-
* °f the branch custom bouse and
Police captured several of the at-
party, after a fusilale In
'“”•»» "ne man was killed. The filing
■’* at the Bourse end of the bridge.
• hundred yards from the winter
’• th- most frequented thorough-
»» goon will
Judge Magoon will go to I uba as pro
visional governor and that Geueral
Bell will accompany him. Secretary
Taft today specially requested both
assignments. General Barry will act
as chief ot staff in the ab-euce of
Acme, Oct. 2_ The lumber »cboon-
er Mayflower is j belt*# loaded with
flooring to tie
I— taken to San Fnmciaco.
Tbe Sinaia« [.umber Co.’ b mill ba**
- • weeks
been abut down for the peat * * two
while »he 1-
A basket social for the purpose of
for the school library
will be given in Acme. October 11 A
good program and entertainment
Mrs Parsons and family Wt for F.n-
September 27. where they wiU
w*»hin«t<>n. Oct X—It la officially visit relative, for a "h rt time, tb-n
Portland to make their b'-me.
S ’ut*c*d late thia afternoon that go to
LEAD TO DEATH
N' pw V-rk. Oct. 4.—Private nil vice,
from Bari* to friend« of Heuator
('lark, of .Montana, indicate that bia
injur«« m tb- a ito a’cident, when it
that several riba were
b roken. were really ao serious as to
practically ren ler recovery impossi-
ble. Internal irijurie« are said to
have resulted. At Clark's office it ia
«aid the report ia exaggerated.
WILL IMPROVE THE
the hot springs by that name on the
south fork of the McKenzie, where
the Jeffries party matte their beivi.
quarters, were in Eugene last ; night
ou tbier way to Portland,
Messrs. Terwilliger are man of i nienti «
and intend to make extensive im
provetnents at the springs A wagon
road will at once lie built from Bel
knap bridge to the place.
At the Hoffman House parlors on
SeptomtsT 27tb,I!««', John (’orbit and
Annie A. Bryant, taub of Cottage
Grove, KeV. E Clarence Oakley offi-
Mies Maud Curry, who baa been
very ill of typhoid fever at het botue
near Goahen, la convaleecent. Dr. W.
O. Proseer is the attending physi
RY GREAT STORM
Atlauta, Ha., Sept. 29.—Thu loss by
tiie storm in the gulf states, accord-
ing to reports rejeived today, will to
tai <13.000,000. The greatest damage
was done to the cotton crop, while
<1,000,000 damage was done railroad
Jackson, Miss., reported three bun
dreil thousand bale« of cotton
alloyed, the loss being <12,00o,0ix>.
Belated trains from the devastated
distr.ct bring the new, that crops
thiougboiit the Mississippi valley
warned of the storm and remained in
port, so it is believed that shipping
losses are not gieat.
tdvices from N'ew Orleans say that
despite the general anxiety because
of meagre advices, it is believed that
no lives have been lost.
Pa-sengeis arriving from Macon
stated that while the train was there a
hotel coilapesed and killed two per
Havana, Oct, 3. —Reports received
here «ay that the government tioopa,
angry at interveutl jii , «hot up the DISASTER AND DAMAGE
town of Gamaguey, and that the mu
Monticello, Miss., Sent. 29. — Re
nicipal police are committing depre
dation« a> Catabano mid Colon, while ports here are that the pine forests
raiders are operating around Guan are greatly damaged and that shippill
tanamo. Danger also menaces ill Bl-
nar del Kio, where the volunteer
troops at Gamaguey declare they weut
to disband. General Albert »ays he
will not disarm his meu at Guinea
and liatabaui. unless the rural«« are
substituted for the volunteers and po
FIRST CAR OF PRUNES
GOES TO MICHIGAN
Big Reductions on Wool Coatings
1 piece of heavy basket weave Plaid, designed especially
for the new 3-4 length coats, dark blue, green and
UNWILLING 1’0 DISARM.
Guantanamo. Oct. 3.— 1 wo thou»
and insurgents here are unwilling to
disarm, but say they will it Geueral
Castilla w ishes it. Castilla will arrive
soon and order their disarmament.
MUST TESTIFY IN
Boston. Oct. 3.—Shaun Kelley, ths
room mate bf Theodore Roosevelt,
Jr., was arraigned In municipal court
today and pleaded not guilty to the
charge of assault on a police officer
diiting the students* fracas on the
commons recently. His case wi>s con
tinned to October loth, when Boose
veit 1« summoned to testify. Roose
veil and another s*udent have been
siimmontd to testify at Die investiga
tion of the same case by the grand
Ns« .v>a. Hept. 29. —Mayor Mo
Clellan this afternoon announced :
“1 am a Democrat and will vote
the Democratic ticket while the party
has a name, but 1 am aguiu.t all that
1 will vote the
Buffalo ticket except for Hearst,
will not vote for him.'*
NEWS OF INTEREST
FROM COTTAGE GROVE
A Mr. Carter’s baby, aged about
one year, of Dorena, died Tuesday
night last. The little one had been
ailing for about two days, but was
not thought to lie dangerously sick
till six o’clock in tin evening. Di.
Kime was called, but the baby died
just before he reached the resilience.
Cholera infantum was the ailment.
It waa one ot twins, its mate having
died in Portland i( tew months ago.
Messrs. Robinson and Anlauf have
the frame of their inavhlne shop and
foundry raised and the weatehrboard-
ing is on. The loot is next to be put
on. The main building ia ’111x7(1 feet
in size, two stories high. The ma
chinery will 1» moved anil in place
before the first of Noveiub'-r.
The squabble over the passage of
an ordinance granting a light fran
chise to the Willamette Valley Co. is
off, if street rumor call be credited.
The company Is said to have with
drawn its application, preferring to
operate under the o d franchise that
has yet eleven years to ran.—Western
BETTING TWO TO ONE
New York, HcpL 27.-The Wall
Street 'aids today aie t wo to oue in
favor of Hughes. Usarsi, money ia
awaitiug batter od da.
HOW HEARS'l WON.
Buffalo, Hept. 27.— At a session
which tiegau ut 7:45 la.t night and
lasted until 2:31 tbia mornlng thè
I leuiucratic convention nominateli a
state ticket with Widiani Randolpli
Hearst at the head of it. Hearst waa
already in Die Heid as the bead of the
Independence League's ticket. The
Demociats also to ik from the hide
pendence League Louis C. (handler,
for lieutenant governot, and John H.
U Halen for secretary of state,
other nominees have no place on
The vote for governor was as f<J
Hearst. 30# Hulzer, IV; Dix,
Neceesaiy to a choice. 23*.
County cimmiraiotiers* court met In
numbly session today. Road matters
Miss Jewel Ellmaker is up f
Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Abrams are bar, been the principal topic of con
Bortland visiting her mother.
no >ration today.
J. H and H. Terwilliger, owners of
at Vickbsuig suffered.
b>ss ot life tell of only one < ea'b.
I lle reported Hotel collap-e Hl Macou,
killing several, is not confirm'd,
l'he tug Clark arriv' d trim tile lower
liver tills morning and reports sight
ing the w tiecks of three luggers, llieir
occupants being unseen. The imi ks
of the river ate stiwn “itb the
household got ds of tliherineii who es
caped to high ground.
Bl NSACOLA OVERFLOWED.
Beiiaae >la, Fla., Sept 29.— liny
section« ot tin« city were overflowed
for several blocks a"d a number of
fishing schooners at the height of the
storm were seen *u part their Cables
and scud awav, apparently doomed to
be wrecked and their late has n< t
, yet la-en reported.
All tiie wires are
NEW ORLEANS ISOLATED
\aw Orleans, Sept. 29 -Tbta c>ty
is still out off from the gulf nud
points > ast.
For thirty-six hours no
news Ims been leceived finui towns
over twenty five mile« away.
Bonebartrain ia calm this morning
and its level neater normal.
Quite u good deal ot iuteiest is be
ing taken in the coudtig ba'taliou
shoot by the membeis of the local
militia companies. The First depa-
rate Batlaliou have a cup which must
be won three successive times to be
come the property of a company. At
present the Roseburg company lias it,
while Company A, of Eugene, bad it
a year ago. This year each company
is to shout ou their respective target
Friday, October 12, Com
pany A will slioot, and Saturday, Ox>
toiler 13, Company C will endeavor to
win the trophy, There is also an iu-
dividual Imitation medai to be cou-
tested for at that time, UJW ta, mg
worn by Hergeani R. E. Morris, of
Company C, of thia city, haa put
up two compai y medals, one a <10
medal for the best sccie made, and
the other a <5 medal for the best -core
made by a member who lias not qual
ified as mat ksuian.
Company A, which lias a refutation
ol always looking for aouiethlug to
eat, lias spurted the ambition of their
members by dividing the company
into two sides, with First Sergeant
Coppernoil leader of one »ide and
Quartermaster Sergeant Huntley of
the other, the losing side to lianquet
the winners, the cont at ending with
the target season, which closes this
The militiaman this year havs all
put forth great effoita at the tange, as
the.r ability to use the title theie
marks tiie effectiveness of a military
organization and the desire of each
organization to lie considered the beat
creates a friendly rivalry among the
WIPED OFF MAP
BY GREAT STORM
Washington, Hept. 29.—The War
department received the following
this morn 1 ng from Mobile. The punt
here was swept by a terrific storm,
the entire poet lutving been under
damaged, and some deatloyed, includ
ing the putnpiug plant.
29, — The steamer
Belize arrived thia morning and re»
ports that Navy Cove was wiped off
the map, every bouse being wrecked.
The damage in the vicinity of Mobile
is estliua'ed at <10.01111,DUO.
G. lfp t
,s reported washed away, the lots in«
eluding the famous Gulfport Hotel,
having two hundred rooms overlook«
lug tbs sea.
lhe British I’laoi, (
Dorisbrook was dragged at anchor
and lies high and dry on Dauphin
is,and. The estimated lose of hie la