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EUGENE, OREGON. THURSDAY. OCTOBER n, 1906
STANDARD OIL CASE
IS HARD FOUGHT
BY BOTH SIDES
Circulars Distributed Asserting That
President Roosevelt Has Declared
in Speeches That Latin-American Emission of Old Deposition of John D. Rockefeller Caused
Countries Must Disappear Pou-
|_ega| ArgUmen| jn
prosecu|jon flon Con-
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partment on the coast. New
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Made of heavy fleeced
insertions just received and
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the prices are lower than you
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50c, 75c, 95c
$1 00, $1.25
60c to $2.50
7c Outing Flannels, all colors, now 5 cents
6Xc Calicos, standard prints
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WORST SOX IN
Easy Victory For Nationals by
Score ot Seven to One Great
Crowd Turnon Out Again Today
To See Champions Play in Spite
ot Unfavorable Weather
Pn ran rniin n
Chicago, Oct. 10—A bright day
opened for ttie second cbampiouehip
ball game. Hu* weather iuv gt rating
mid crisp and the sky cloudless. The
Whit«* Sox are favor t«*a in th«* t«t-
Findlay, ()., Get. 10.—Upon the lunch, Hie court instructing the jury
Clouds began to gather as the ti me
opening of court in the Standard OH to read no uewspaper accounts of the for the game approached, aud it la
Co. case this morning the jury whs trial.
The introduction of documentary very cold, but aeronaut« could not
excused while the attorneys argued
upon the admissability of the answers evidence will In* continued t..is after see the streets leading to the grounds
to quest ions put to Johu I', Rockefel noon, the state using no witnesses because they were so completely
covered with people enroute to the
ler in former ooute upt proceedings. befo e tomorrow.
The prosecution held that Rockefel
MI1S. DUTTS IS ON HAND.
The temperature dropped rapidly
ler's statements were pertinent to the
HEARST MAKES BIG CLAIMS.
R ckefeller's lieill« »1«,
as the hour for play approached, and
Dutts, daughter of the lute George M.
New York, Oct. 10. —Hearst leaders
Rice tl.e wind rose to half a gale. Probably
Rice, is present at the trial,
today claim that with Republican de with the Standard.
no game was ever played ‘««fore under
Rockefeller's answers ill question was an independent refiner who was
fection he will be elected by 80,000
such frightful conditions.
The White Sox rooters today out-
fought th«* admission of the deposi daughter has devoted her life to tight numbered th«* Cubs' supporters three
SHOWING MISSOURI A NS.
tions. Th«* court admitted
Kan-aa City, Oct. 10.—Wm. J. however, as evidence to show lllHt H where her fattier left it at bis death.
Batterlee—White Sox, White «mi
Bryan spoke today at Nevada,Clitnou, trust existed at the time the depor She will lie tin* s.ar witness for the ,
Sullivan ; Cube, Ruillaick aud Kling,
Sedalia and Columbia.
tions were made. Judge Banker ask- prosecution, and present incriminat
First iuiilug—0 to 0.
I ed Klin«, attorney foi the defense, ing documents gathered by ber fathei
SENATOR BEVERIDGE ILL.
In tbe first half of tbe »econd iuu-
it the acts ot the president wouldn't and herself.
Boston, Oct. 10.—Senator Beve- show the methods cf the company.
itig the Cui*« got tlir«*e riln*. i'hance
ridge is here sick at the home of a Kline said “no."
FEDERAL ATTACK POSTPONED. fanned, Steinfeldt sent one iuto left.
friend with a throat affliction, He is
During the argument Phelps, for
Washington, Oct. 10.—The proposed Tinker I eat out a tuiit aud Even*
so bad that be will not be able to the state, said the corporation has attack of the government agaiust tbe bunted. Isbell threw past Tannehill
no face, except a false face used as a Stan.lard Oil C<>. bus been d«*ferred and all we «* safe, Steinfildt scor'ng.
mantle to cover the individuals in it. ltidenflitely, tbe president believing White intentionally pasted Kling fol
Prize Fight Arranged
When the president “pt*8ks from be th»* to start now would la* regarded | a double play ami Rueblacb sacrificed
Milwaukee, Oct. 10. — Billy Potts hind th«* mask he «peaks 11» the cor as cheap politics to influence the eiec- 1 , out. lslwdl flew to Dotiohn« and 1 in
was today matched to tight Young poration itself.
tions. Besides the preparation of ker scored. Hoffman bent out a
bunt, Evera scoring. Donohue threw
Fitzgeiald on October 19th.
An adjournment was taken for evidence is incomplete.
to home and got Kling. The White
Sox made no runs.
In the first half of tne third Sheck-
ard, for the Cubs, pinched b«tw«wu
White and Donohue. Schulte walked.
Chance forced him out, Tannehill *o
, lsl»U (,'iumce stole second and run to
third on Bully's wild tliri.W and scor
ed on Steiufeldt’s single to left.
Steinfeldt was put out stealing s«*cond
and Sully tlew out to Isbell. One
run. The White Sox did not scote.
Cleveland, Oct. 10.—Mary Shepard,
Goldfield, Nev., Oct. 10. — Fire
Providence, R. 1 , Oct. 10.—After
Owen is now pitching tor the
a school teacher at South Euclid, a
suburb, was murdered in her school broke out in the St. Francis hotel at eluding the immigration ofcflials tot White Sox.
room in the presence of all her pupils I o'clock this afternoon which threat over a fortnight. With a cargo ot
Fifth inning—The Cutis went out in
this noon. A man came to the door ens the entire city. Tbe flames Chinese Im migrants, the yacht Frolic short older. For the White Sox
and asked Miss Shepbaid to come out sprang from an apparent explosion was seized in the Providence river to Donohue walkeii and was forced by
side, which she refused to do. He of a tank of gasoline in the rear of day and confiscated in the name of Dougherty; Steinfehlt tlew out to
then forced an entrance and shot ber the hotel, the wind sweeping the the federal government
Evers. A wild pitch advanced Dough
twice with a revolver, one bullet en flames directly fiom the south end of Chinamen and three memliera nt the erty. Sullivan foul«*d to Kling. Tin
commander ker fumbled TannhehiU'e grounder,
teriug her brain ami killing ber tai*
stantly. The man escaped and a section. Ihe tir«* crossed Main street ami other members of the crew wer«* I ougherty scoring. Owen out flew to
twice before it was checked. The not present.
posse is pursuing him.
The yacht came up the harbor un
Later—Harry Smith, murderer of entire population is fighting th«
Sixth inning—For the Cutis Stein -
Mary Shenard, shot himself to death
feldt hit safely to left and 1 Inker
Tbe Are was extinguished with a yard stumbled over two l'binameli
in bis father's house at Warrensville
forced him, Owen to Tannehill.
lilierai use <>f dynamite and pickaxes. and started to arrest them, A voice
Eve's singled and Tinker «nd Fivers
. The St. Francis hotel, Chiatovltch from the Frolic told him to let them
pulled off a duo Me steal, Sullivan
I building and three other structures alone anil the watchman reported the thiew badly and
weie destroyed. A messenger boy ia occurrence, the seizure fallowing.
Kling struck ont.
Rohe to Douohue. One run.
The White Sox did not score.
Seventh inning—0 to 0.
Toms River, N. J., Oct. 10. — Dr.
Eighth liming—For the
Brouwer was again today Confronted
Chance «ingle«!, Steinfeldt sacrificed
by Mias Emma Dudley, the nurse
Veste-day '« games: Portland, 5;
and Chance stole third,
who cared tor Mrs. Brouwer during Fresno, 2. Loa Angeles, 1 ; Seattle,
111. — Captain singled and Chance score«!, Tinker
her last illness. She continu«*d her 0. Oakland, 4; San Francisco, 3.
Hamilton Ward, of Buffalo, was elect stole second. Evera went out. Robe
story of the peculiar symptoms fol
ed commander in chief of the Spanish to Donohue. Tinker scored on a wild
lowing tbe doctor's ministrations of
War Veterans today. Oklahoma City pitch Kling walked and Ruebliwh
gets the next convention.
went out, Owen to Donohue,
Run« Box, 0.
Ninth inning—0 to 0.
Wm. Spencei, a logger from the
Upper Willamette, waa arrested this
R. 11. E.
morning by Chief Farrington on a
Angeles dispatch of today Cut»
7 10 0
charge of being drunk and disoideriy.
say a that the citizens and rangera Box...
1 3 &
He appeared in Judge Dorris' court
Washington, Oct. 10.—Tne director this afternoon and left *20 in the have i siiccee<le>l in putting out the
fl rec in P«<-omim*« canyon Advices
of tbe mint this afternoon purchased treasury for bis fun.
from Salinas say the tires are still
six hundred thousand ounces of silver
Munroe liili, of Mohawk, while apreading in the Santa Luciu range.
for delivery in «*qual lota at Han operating a hop baler yesterday, re
At Biatiee, Alix., Mr«. Geo. McMil
Francisco, New Orleans and Denver at <wiv«*«l a severe blow on th«* head from
sixty-nine and eleven hundredths a fly lug lev«r , which made a serious lon waa found dead at ber home with
cents an ounce.
scalp wound. He was brought to a bullet hole in ber head. Her bus-
bund had just «Simple ted a *¡00,000
Springfield, where Dr. Jayne attend
mining deal and robbery ia believed
<*d hie injuries.
to have been the cause it the murder.
D«*acon will give his first dancing
Aichbisbop Wm. Bennett, piimste
San Francisco, Oct. 10.—On account
party of the fall season at Davies'
all Canada, died today, nged 91 ot the inability of tbe police to sup-
hall Friday evening of this week.
preea the wave of lawlessness now
Marriage licensee were liNsd today
The mlllmen'a strike in San Fran sweeping over the city the Miilding
Belleville. 111.. Ort. lO.-Thoa. Wat as follows: Jesse Griffin and Mae
kina, a negro, pieaident ot the Dem Hunnicut; R. K. Knox, witness. cisco ia unchanged. Ownera say that trade«' council today decided to
ocratic Club of Macke of St. Louie, Aifrml A. Wheeler and Ida May MH* 33 mills will remain idle unlesa tho equip 130 able bod «<] men and turn
employes modify their rlonmdi The them over to tbe ctly for police duty.
was sentenced to ninety year* for ler; L. Bilyeu, witness.
men say twelve mills have already sur The movsnieiit toward tbe organiu
murder today. He killed a white man
tendered. Nine cabinet factories toln of a vigilance committee ia also
while driving some negroes tO H
growing, the hohiing up of two young
girls on Tuesday having increased tbe
Corn Crop Estimât«
Indignation of tbe psople For the
Snow In Middle West
first time in many days no boldnpg
At 3W» £. Third afreet, Oct. 10, 1906;
Cini-nn«'I, Oct. 10.—flaow fell to
to Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. E. Cornell, tion of corn ia reported at 91.10 per have t<ean reported in tbe past 24
day ever a large part of Ohio, Ken
cent; spring, 88.5,
tucky and West Virginia.
Oilcans. Oct. 10.—Circulars
mailed from Sau J «se. Costa Rica,
declare that ‘‘President Roosevelt
said in his recent speeches that th«*
l^it iu-America c lUtries are bound to
disappear because ttiey ate latiu aud
because they are small.'’
The circulat adds that o*je hundred
aud seventeen boycott stations have
been establisebd ill South America to
prevent the sale of goods of American
manufacturers because of Roosevelt’s
principles. Who ia responsible tor
this propoganda is not learned.
BY BIG FIRE
DR. BROUWER CASE
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
TO STAMP OUT
FOR ST. LOUIS NEGRO