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THE EUGENE WEEKLY GV
EUGENE. OREGON. THUiySDAY, NOVEMBER I. 1906
The Store that»’s Doing the Business
Moneybak Silk Skirts $7.50 to
Black Sateen Petticoats, extra good
values for 85c.
Ladies’ Belts, elastic and silk.
Ask to see our Ladies’ Purses, prices
from 50c to $12.50 each.
Plaid Silk for Waists.
We are showing a fine line of
Necklace Beads, all colors, prices
from 25c to $ 1.00.
White Jap SilkjWaists for $2.50.
Gordon Furs, prices from $1.50 to
24 Men’s Over-
MARCH TO JOIN
NOW ON TRIAL
If Two Tribes Unite on Warpath
Trouble is Expected-Rumors of
Battle With Cheyennes Have
Reached Omaha But are Discred-
ited by Officials
Counsel for Countess Makes Sensa
tional Statement in Which Alie-
gations 0! Cruelty are Made
Against Count Struck His Wife
in Presence of Servants
Sheridan, Wyo., Oct. 31.—The Utea
have crosred the Wyoming line and
are apparently making for Ashland,
appointed as -he meeting place with
the Cheyennes. Unless the troops
head ott the Utea there will probably
be a juncture with the Chyeunes on
Add ii tonal troops
wilt be started from here tomorrow.
Rauehnieu from near Ashland say
the report that all the Cheyenne war
riors are at work on the Chicago,
Miwlaukee A St Paul tailroad con
struction is a mistas- and that the
tribe would muster 600 arnie<| and
mounted warriors in ease they go oil
the warpath with the Utes.
Paris, Oct. 31.—The Castellalie di
vorce ease waa heard this afternoon.
Neither the couut nor countess waa
present. The counsel for the couteaa
said she was a eking divorce for the
purpose of ending forever the peril of
moral desolation of her hous» hold.
Domestic difficulties over mouey mat
ters I ihi I lieeu tolloweu by ill treat
ment, the count striking the plaintiff
before the servants.
designated several co respondents aa
Madame “A" and Madauie “B”
and eo on.
The custody of her three children
was asked for by the count»«». It waa
shown that the income of the coun
tess when she married Castellaue in
IHJ»H was »700,000, and that the happi
ness of t..> honeymoon »as disturbed
by the demands of the count for
The count allowed his wife »80 a
month for pin money,
A recess was then taken.
At the afternoon session of court
counsel for the countess read extracts
from passionate let tire written by
“A” and “B" to the court. The
hearing was then adjourned until
RUM^R OF FIGHT.
Omaha, Oct. 31.—Rumors of tight
between the ttoops and Cheyennes in
Wyotning|is discredited at military
headquarters here. Messages receiv
ed here state that the Indiana are
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 31.—A special l Argentine, Kas . Oct. 31. —A cool-
dispatch to the Journal from Augusta, headed teacher, Gertiude Williams
prevented what would have been a
“Dr. Julian P Thomas, a New «erious panic during a tire in her
York aeronaut, is today thousands schoolhouse yesterday, Ibe smoke
of feet in the air in a runaway bal frightened the children, who forgot
loon without a basket, or ballast. their tire drill exercises and made a
Thomas, in making an ascension mail rush for the doors, hot Miss
from the fair grounds, became en Williams, bruised in the rush, stood
tangled in a telegraph wire, and her ground and calmly but firmly trade
while trying to disengage the balloon the children form in line, and -ii>8
basket be was forced to cut it to children marched safely to the steert
pieces. He was caught in dangling to the beating of a drum. The Hie
ropes and at 3:30 o'clock was scarce- loss was small.
ly visible, going lu a southeasterly
direction, Grave feats are felt tor
25 Men’s Over-
Washington, Oct. 31. — President
and Mrs. Roosevelt left Washington
today for an outing at Pine Knot,
Mrs. Roosevelt’s country home in Al-
lieniarle county, Virginia. They will
return to Washington Sunday eveu
ing. At Pine Knot the president in
addition to working on his forthcom
ing message will take considerable
25 Men’s Over
50 Men’s Overcoats
$15.00 to $25.00
WILL BE LIFTED
San Francisco, Oct. 31.—The freight
officials of the Southern Pacific Htl-
bounce there is every indication that
the freight congestion since last May
will be removed witbin a week and
the embargo on freight shipments
removed. But 1500 care remain to be
uuloded in the company's yards, A
month ago 4000 loaded cars were in
$8.00 to $22.50
Men’s Fancy Hose
906 by Hart Schaffner C Marx
A NEW PICTURE OF QUEEN WILHELMINA.
Queen Wilhelmina, whose failure to provide an heir to the throne of Hol
land ha« spread gloom throughout the Netherlands, ha« lost neither her good
looks nor her remarkable popularity «Ince her marriage. If »he should die
without issue. Holland would be In grave danger of absorption by Germany.
•Ince the present heir apparent Is the Duke of SaxeWeimar, a German of the
moot enthusiastically patriotic type.
Jae. Fostei, residing at 247 Lincoln
street, waa suddenly stiicken with
naralyais last evening, .'is whole right
side i»eing affected. Dr. L. W. Brown
was called and be found mm in a se
rious condition, lie is a trifle better
today. Mr. Foster and family are new
arrivals here, baring come from Booth
Dakota only about a month ago.
ANOTHER TRUST IS
PUNISHED BY FINE
Consolidated Rendering Co. was fined
today for failing to produce
before the grand jury certain data
connected with the invee'¡(ration of
tb» alleged purchase of diseased call is
and the sale of meat for food.
Barnes, Jr., former chairman of the
executive committe of the Republican
state committee, said today that
Hughes will come down to the Bronx
with moi. than Uuo.uoo plurality.
Max Ihmsen. campaign manager of
the Independence LcHgus, said that
Barnes was joking and that every
county in the state showed Republi
can losses, and that, counties that
have not gone Democratic in twenty-
years will give a majority for Heatst.
Rewards totalling »50,000 have been
offered by Hearst for evidence of
diction frauds on Tuesday night.
TO REFORM SCHOOL PROFESSOR HOWE
Upon petition of Sidney J. Tivey
to have his son, Francis Tony Tivey,
aged 11 years, committed to the re.
form school liecause of viciouauess
and incorrigibility, the county court
this afternoon ordered a »arrant is
sued for the boy's arrest. Deputy
Sheriff C. C. Hammond made the
arrest late this afternoon and the
commitment was made.
W. R. C. WILL
Mrs. Mary Hildreth, of Grants
Bass, department president of the W.
R. C , will arrive in Eugene on to
morrow afternoon’s train and in U m
evening at t4:3O o'clock will inspect
J. W. Geary corps, of this city, at,
the G. A. R. hail in the theatre
block. All members are requested to
FOR DENVER MINT
Yesterday's scores: Portland, 10;
Fresno, 6. Han Francisco, 0; Oak
land, 1. Seattle, 3; Los Angeles, 0.
The standing of the clubs is now aa
Ing Raised—Membership Com
mittee Meets With Reasonable
Degree of Success
A committer, consisting of R. A.
The county court today gra ded Booth, P. E. Snodgrass, F. L.
(‘hristaln Jensen Ulvld permission to Chamber» and F. W. Osburn, was out
change his name to Christian Jensen today among the business men asking
White. 1 he reason given for the for a guarantee of »2300 fot the first
change is that the name Hvild is hard year’s maintenance of the Y. M. <J.
A. in case not enough members are
Henry Deuhart, who, accompanied to spell and pronounce.
secured to raise that amount. They
by hl» wife, left Eugene laet August
met with good siicceM and before the
for h vi.it in the East, returned home
day was over a good portion of that
last night, bringing with him hi.
■inn was subscribed
wife’« «later, Mr». Laura Scott, «rid
The membership committee, eonsi^
her daughter, from Augusta, Wis.,
Russian authorities have cloned th»
of I ail Masbbuiue, Marlon Mc
and Wendell Bartholomew, of Pipe«- University of Moscow for political
ton, Minn., who will prolably make reasons. Ambassador Meyer, who hi* Clain, Harry Keeeny and Roy Knox,
Eugene their tutor« home
Mr. and returned to Ht. Hetera burg from 1 waa alao out today and were suceesa-
Ml«. Denbart .pent u.o-4 ot their trip south, says the country ii more* fnl to an extent that la very encourag.
time at Pipestone and in Routh Da reaceful, with the peasants Mi* y In ing. A ladies' committee will be <>ut
kot«. When they left the weather war the ttelde. General Kaullar« is en within a few days.
Professor P. L, Campbell, E. a
very )>ada con. derable «now falling forcing the law in the case of ths
Potter and H. Room« will visit the
and the temperature being quite low. Jew and Gentile alike.
Yale will have a professorship of schools thia week and lay the mem
Th. court of appeal, at AI tian y last bership matter before the pupils.
A meeting of the board of director«
night decided that the Independence
League candidate were entitled to a will lie held this evening.
the matters tn tie attend« 1 to is that
At the home of the bride's mother. place on the ballot,
of selecting temporary quarters foe
M<s Mary Frederlek-on, at Cottage lumbering. a. the result of an endow the association.
Grove, Oct. 27, 11*41, Wm H. Harris ii • it fund of ll'gi.imn from th« Na
lb« work of cementing the exter
and M as M. Lauren« Frederickson, tional ixiinlierman’« Aeooelstoin.
Wheat market at Chicago—Decern- | ior of the Matlock Mock was l.gun
both of Cottage Grove, Rev R. C
her, 74 81 ; May. 78 5 8.
Y. M, C. A.
ARE AT WORK
BROUGHT MORE PEOPLE
Washington Oct. 31.—The director
of the mint today purchased 100,000
ounces of silver at 70.71 per fin.
ounce for delivery at the Denver
Seattle......................... . HO
San Francisco... .. . 89
This morning at the assemiiy of the < fiikland...................... . 73 101
university Piofesaor fl. C. Howe de- Fresno......................... fit 117
live red one of the finest addressee for
devotees of modern literature that
has lieen given for a number of years.
His subject was “Julian, the Apos
tate. " Professor Howe discussed
Ibsen,tie great Norwegian sdramatist
and used as a keynote the manner in
which Ibsen deals with the great
Roman character, Julian. He also
illustrated his lecture by frequent
readings of g.eat interest. Preceding
the talk. Miss Eve Stinson sung a be
autifiil solo, accompanied by Miss Fund to Guarantee Expenses and
Alibi. Whiteside on the piano and
Maintenance of Association Be-
Mrs. Hu san Feunel Pipes with the
TO CHANGE NAME