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About Eugene weekly guard. (Eugene, Or.) 190?-1910 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1906)
EUGENE. OREGON. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25. 1906
that’s doing the business
Skirts cut and fitted free
of charge. Only four more
Jays; do not delay: [work
ting 25 every Ja\
Ladies’ Suit Department
We are show
mg the finest line of Suits this
season that we have ever had
All the new styles here, prices
Besides the Separation ot the Church
and State Legislation Will Pro
vide for Workmen's Pensions,
the State Ownership of the Rail
roads, Alcohol and Petroleum
Fortland, Oct. 24.—Owiug to the
tiring ou union pickets at the elevator
ot the Pacific Coast Elevator Com
patiy by alleged employes of that com
pany last night a serious set-back has
been given to all efforts to settle the
strike of tbe graiu handlers.
men were to vote today on the prop
osition ot accepting a working agree
ment, but the shooting has aroused
the indignation ot the men and there
will t>e a meeting of tbe union to
night to consider further plans. The
union will ask for the arrest of certain
persons alleged to have tiled
shuts, which wounded one man
narrowly escaped killing another,
bullet passing through his hat.
Paris, Oct. 24.—The Clemenceau
cabiuet has ta-guu the formulation of
its program, indications are it will
la* very broad
hi well-informed cir
cles the impression is that tbe plana
of the govenment include, besides
carrying out the law for the separ
ation of ebrueh and state, legislation
establishing workmen's pensions, that
tbe state purchase some of the west
ern and some of tbe southern rail
reads, and the creation of a state
monopoly of petroleum and alcohol.
$ 10.00 to $40.00
Ladies’ fleeced lined vest, extra heavy____ ____
Union suits, extra heavy____________________
Misses’ union suits and boys’ heavy 50c grade
This is the strongest depart
ment of the season. Every
thing in clothing and over
coats. You of course know
we are sole agents for the
H. S. & M. Clothing. This
is the finest line of clothing
in the world.
$15.00 to $25 00
Boys long pants suits $5.00 t<> $15.00
• •• CASH
MOODY SLATED FOR
OF THE NEW
SUPREME BENCH FRENCH CABINET
Pickets at Pacific Coast Elevator
Company Shoot and Wound One
Man. While a Bullet Passed
Through Hat ot Another - Shoot
ing Causes Serious Set Back
Washington, Oct. 24. —Tbe People's
Bank of this city was closed today by
an order of the conipt roller of the
currency »nd h receiver has been Hp-
pointed, The bank Is the aecond in-
stitution of thia kind cluoed in thie
district within a week, l'he bank is
a small concern.
Ladies' skirts, price from $2.50 to $15.00
Londou, Out. 24.—Ten woman suf
fragists arrested yesterday tor rioting
within the precincts of the house of
commons were today bound over to
keep the peace for six months. Tbe
womeu wanted toplay the role of mar
tyr.» by being sent to jail and tbe de
cision of the court was resented. They
had to be removed from the court
room by force, and made a demon-
stratum outside the court until they
were rearrested. Tbe magistrate in
formed the womeu they must flud se-
cui ities for their good behavior or be
imprisoned two mouths.
women refused to enter into recog
nizances and weie retained in cue
Cheyenne, Oct. 24.—The storm of
the past four day« baa been succeeded
by tine, mild weather.
Pacific passenger train« are stalled
on tbe Cheyenne yards. The road 13
Attorney-General W. H. Moody
blockaded between thia city and Sid
ney, Neb. No loss of cattle is re
cabinet, the following ported, and but few sheep have suc
Washington., Oct. 24.—While no from the
official statement is obtainable, yet changes will be made:
cumbed to the eleineuts.
reliable unofficial advices confirm the
Poatmaater-Ga er al — George
former report that the president will L. Meyei.
appoint United States Attorney Gen
Attorney Gene, al—Charles J. Bona
eral William II. M ody, of Massachu parte.
Secretary of the treasury—Geoige B
setts, to till the vacancy oj the su
preme bench ceasioned by the retire Cortelvou.
.Becrotyry'of the Navy-Victor H.
nient ot Associate Justice Henry B.
Brown. Massachusetts already has a Metcalf. '
George Frisaell, proprietor of the
Hqpetaiy hf G^jmiierce and Labor
representative on the bench, it> the
famous McKenize Biidge summer re
person of Associate Justice Holmes. Oscar S. ¡Strauss
sort, arrived in the city last «vuuiug
Meyer is uow amliasaador to Eranee on business. He says he will retire
It is expected that Mr. Moody .will
from the hotel business, devoting hia
take his seat on the tench January 1, and is from Massabuseits.
Strauss ia a Hebrew and this is attention to the raising of garden
1907, when as has been previously an
nounced he expects to retire from the the first instance of a Hebrew liemg truck and fruit for the pleasure
a mem tier of a president's cabinet. seekers who flock there In hundreds
On the retirement of Secretary He is from New York end prominent every summer. Mrs. Geo. F. Cruller,
Shaw ami Attorney General Moody in politics.
of this city, will rebuild the Log
Cabin hotel, which whs destroyed by
lira recently, and conduct it herself.
MRS. CRONER WILL
Topeka, Kas., Oct. 21.—Plans for
opposing the packing companies and
commission dealers were discussed
at meetings of the Farmers' Natiaual
i Schemes to be used to break the force
New Orleans, Oct. 24. —Following of tbe packing trust, so-called, were
the discharge of ten meu all the ma decided upon and probalny will be
chinist* and laborers employed in the put into operation. Members of the
Southern Pacific shops at Algiers congress will try to cuie a majority
struck today, and Fourth Vice Presi of the meats which they use them-
dent Wilson, o’ tbe international Ma selves and a.su cure meats for the
chinists, says the strike will extend markets. Another plan suggested ia
over all the Southern Pacific lines to have an agent in each county, who
unless the trouble is speedily ad will handle all the stock ot the mem
bers and «bin tu another agent, who
will sell direct to the packing houses.
There is no intention to build a co
operative packing boose.
BIG STRIKE ON
OBJECTS TO WILL Y. M. C. A. WILL HAVE
New York, Oct. 24.— Mrs. Herman
Oelrichs, of this city, today Hied ob
jection in court to tbe probate of
tbe will of her late husband, Herman
< ielriebs, bawd on the ground that
• Jelrichs whs not a resi lent of Ne«
York but of California. Oelrichs left
tbe bulk of his vast estate to bis
brothers and sisters.
Pittsburg, Oct. 24. -Only those di
redly connected wi»h the trial of
Clifford Hooe, a former negro coach
man of Augustus Harije, charged
with perjury in connection with the
alleged deposition«, refflecting on
Mrs. Mary Scott Hartje, were per
mitted in the criminal court today
when tbe case «as called.
New York, Oct. 21. — Frllwlng a
collision with an unknown schooner
the freight steamer Hastings, steel
laden Itolind from New York to New
Haven took tire and burned to the
water'a edge and sunk in Long Island
sound off of Htamford, Conti.
crew of eleven men escaped in boats
and were picked up by tlie
and brought to I"
York. Tbe damage suffered up by
the schooner in tbe collision with tbe
Hastings is not known.
W. J. Doyle Lost Both Logs at
Divide This Morning-Taken to
Cottage Grove Where Physicians
Amputated Limbs Was Time
keeper for Greeks
MADE OF FRAUD
In ths 17 4 timber controversy re
garding the charges inaile by Attor
riey Edmundson therein nothing new.
it seems that Mr. Edmundson gave
« written agreement otfeiing to take
•1500 under existing ciicumvtauces,
and that the above amount is in
the bank for him.
made that outside Influences are
at wurk, but as the deal is consorti
mated the effort will amount to noth
ing. The statement that the lands
are selling for over the amount uh med
ia laughed at by Attorney Bean and
The matter may be settled out of
court, tmt Dr. Harris and Mr. Bean
state they have nothing to fear from a
Another meeting of the Y. M. C.
A. board uf derectors was held at
tb>- Chambers Bristow tank last even
ing. Various matters in connection
with tbe proposed •20,000 association
building in Eugene were dlscuased.
It was decided to rent temp >rary
quarters, Ct them up with library,
gymnasium an I baths and use them
until the new building is completed.
The feee for memtiersbip were fixed
as follow«: Meu and boya over the
age of 16 years, llO per year; boys
under tbe age of 16 years, f'< per
year; young ladies of If and upwards,
K> per year, and girls under 16 years,
•2 jo f er year. Ihe plan ia to give
Pittsburg, Oct. 24. —The new St
ladies two days each week for using
tbe gymuaa.um and bathe
The io- Paul Roman Catholic cathedral, rep
tesanti ng a cost of •3,5UU,0UII, was
not been chosen.
Special to Dally Guard.
('ittage Grove, Oct. 21.--W. J.
Doyle, timekeeper for the gang of
Greeks employed on the Southern Pa
cific tracks at Divide, a few miles
south of this city, was run over by a
helper engine this morning shortly
after seven o'» lock and both leg«
were cut off.
The helper engine had assisted the
northbound local fi eight train from
Drain to the top of the hili at Divide
and was returning to Diain at a
rapid speed. It was almost upon the
gang ot Greeks before they saw it and
in an endeavor to help them get out
of the way Doyle was run down, the
wheels of the locomotive passing over
The injured man was at one«
brought to Cottage Grove, and [>ra.
Kline, Best and Hockett amputated
th« legs, one above the knee and the
other below. Young Doyl<* before tbe
operation bora up very pluckily, and
his pluck, together with his good
physical condition, may save hia life,
but the chances are against him. Ha
Is about 39 yeara old, but little la
known at tbi« time where bia rela
A good many people aie inclined to
censure ihe engine craw, but it ia
hard to determine who Is to blame.
The injured man was taken to Port
land on this afternoon’« train.