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EUGENE, OREGON. THU <SDAY, NOVEMBER. 15 1906
Ths Store that/s Doing the Business BIG DAMAGE
BY HEAVY RAINS
4 Days Rummage Sale
HIS will e Grandest» Money Sav ng Sale ever
held in Eugene
5 Dress Patterns in Black, Green and Lavendar
$10.00 Patterns for
20 Bolts Dress Goods, Grey, Red, Grey Mixed, Green, 4h-in
wide, all wool, $1.50 to $2.00 yard for
Ladies’ Collars, all styles, 25c.
to $ 1.00 for
Ladies’ Belts, 25c, to $1.50,
— 15c ea
styles, Black. Castor and Reds,
Satin lined, $10.00 to $12.50
Flannel Dresses, 25c. and 35c
I Oc ea
Childrens’ Silk Fleeced Sleeping Garments for
Cold-Blooded Murderer of Wife and
Daughter Is Given Light Punish-
ment—Murdered Women and
Burned House Gv?r Bedies to
Tacoma, Nov. 14. As a result «1
heavy rains the entire valley of Pu\
allup river Is flooded. Street rail
roads and steam roads In this vicin
tty have suffered heavily,
and stores in BrookGlIe re flood’s
and the people are movie their live
oek and effects to a pit
but no loss of lifeis re|
electric jiower plant at
damaged and the stre,
Seattle and Tacoma aer
ated by the steam pow
The Northern Pacific bridge at
Buckley is gone and several wagon
bridges are threatened.
The steel bridge at Weston and
Lester over Green River ti the North
tier Pacific, is washed out and all
traffic over that road between Seat
tle and Tacoma is at a standstill.
All trains In all directions are mov
ing under difficulties and immense
: damage bus been done to property,
I general)’ in low-lying sections of this
A special ilis-
Portland, Nov. 14
patch to the Evening Telegram from
Tillamook. Oregon, says that A. J.
Hembree, found ugllty of the murder
of his seventeen-ycar-o’d daughter,
was sentenced tday to an Indeter
minate term of imprisonment in the
Iletiibr. <■ killed Ills daughter on the
night of D.ss tuber 2S, 1905, and w:is
Hspeitcl of having also killed his
wit ', both bodies having been practi
cally consumed In the tire which de-
stroyed the house, A base crime was
committed against his daughter, and
this Is nlleged to be the reaHon for
his desire for her death.
New Yrk, Nov. IE Prince Robert
de Broglie and wife, known on the
stage as Princess Estelle de Broglie,
are touring this country in vaude
ville. During the princess singing act
her husband conducts the orchestra.
Marriage Not la-gill.
Paris, Nov. 14.—Miss Alexander
I married the prince on August 14. In
Chicago. It Is claimed the. marriage
was not valid according to the laws
of France because the prince's di-
vorce from his former wife was not
approved, and because his second
marriage was not recorded according
to the Fre.ich laws.
Prince Ann‘de de Broglie, father of
Prince Robert, filed n suit In Paris
lemanding the annulment of his
H. S &. M
MHS. SUN YUE.
T'ds the place to get
the correct styles in
$7.00 to $30.
Horn rd Lould'a
Slater, •‘Angel ot < ' Ir mvvn,**
By the marriage of Eil .my clem
mens of San Francisco t » Him Vue o!
the same place Mrs. Howard Gould
whose husband inherited many of the
lute Jay Gould’s millions, now has u
Chinaman forxa brother-in-law. Mrs
Gould wit" Itatherine Clemmons bo
fore her marriage, and she and her sis
ter. Filin Muy Clemmons, have loin;
been estranged. 'I he latter carried on
Mens’ Suits, prices from
$8.00 to $30
$4.50 to $8.00
906 by Hart Schaffner
Puyallup River Valley Overflowed
and Railroads and Other Property
Destroyed-Tacoma's Big Elec-
trie Light Plant Is Also Put
Out of Commission
Infant’s and Childrens' Outing
on EE IS
SENT TC PRISON
mong the < I
sn, I her rlc
1 "• «O
her wealthier *l*ter I d New
—Naughton in Duluth Herald.
COUNTESS CASTELLANE REVFNUE SEARCH
WINS DIVORCE CASE
IN FRENCH COURT
Washington, Nov. 14. The reve
nue cuter Thetis will be gent from
Port Townsend to Heareli for the mis
sing British ship I rerun, supposed to
be ashore off tin1 coast of Oregon.
Paris, Nov. 14. The tribunal of
F'irst Instance of the Seine, Judge
Ditto presiding, at noon today grunt
'd a divorce to the Countess de Cas-
tellane, formerly Anna Gould, of
New York, and gave her the custo
dy of her children, which, however,
are not to be taken from France
without the consent of the father,
'ount lioui de Castellaue.
The end of the case came suddenly
the court brushing aside the request
•>f the count's lawyers for an exam-
it.atlon of witnesses,
prosecutor did not even ask to be
heard, and the verdict is a sweeping
victory for the countess. Tile count
is granted permission to
children nt stated periods
home of their grandmother, and to
k.s p them a month annually during
the holidays. The count's demand for
an alimentary allowance of *50,1)00
annually was rejected.
Is also given, with costs, against the
Colon, Nov. 14. The battleship
’ Louisiana, with President Roosevelt
aboard, arrived here at 1:30 p. m.,
ahead <if time, and accompanied by
ail escort of the warships Tennessee
York. But .II'' mid her biislmna s p Chester W> Prouty, aged 88 years. and Washington. A heavy rain Is
arnted. she resumed tier mniileu name He hail no relatives in this part of falling.
became a It nun catholic tin I took up the country. The body was burled
mission work anion*; the Chinese of the in Camp Creek cemetary today.
city. When the hub »ulc plague brrt
hi : mu < m »i» items .
out among them six years ago she
tin1 only wonrtn to patrol tlie pine i Specht I Correspondence.
stricken stre'ts o i errands of mere’
Deadwood, Nov. 13. It has been-
ami she Is'eame kn ,wn as "Angel of very windy the last week, with lots ,
Chinatown.” She 'ook an active part of rain and high water.
In the relief wors among the Ch tie*
Indian creek was full of logs on I
after the earthquake.
the way to market during the fresh-
Mrs Sim Yue Is living In a tout w”
et. Those logging were glad to see
ner husband ram,ling the erection of
more substant ml home She declar , the rise.
The dam at the Ha I mon hatchery
that she Is happy anil In reply to
question aiMiut her marriage said: “My started awash on the bank the name
husband Is In the ruins yonder clean side the buildings are on. It caus
Ing bricks. He earns J2 a day. H«- cd an uneasiness for the hatchery
labors bard, nnil I love him."
men for awhile.
There have been «onte fine stringa
of trout caught at the hatchery.
Sam Brown made a trip to Maple
At Acme, Oregon, at th,' home of
ton last week to look after logging
(J < rg,' E. Giggs, on Monday, Nov
ember 5. 190«, Cyrus M. Severy,
Wiu. Hays and family, who came
The grand Jury this forenoon In
aged 75 years and H days.
dieted Nee Owen, Herman Breyer,
Near Wendling. November 9. 1906
F'rank Ware and Charles Mayhew,
all of Eugene, and J. T. Wlter, of
,f Springfield, for selling liquor and
Sheriff Fisk arrested
afternoon. The Jury has been work-
Ing for some time past and haa a
great array of bottles o’ liquor as ev-
Idence The men have not yet been
i.iralgned but probably will during
the next two days.
The case of the state vs. Roy John
son, charged with carrying a con-
■ ' a led weapon, was begun yesterday
afternoon and finished thia morning,
following Jury was chosen:
Haskell, W. P. Cheshire, R.
Hemphill, Walter lllachley, A. Trai
ler, J F Mlnnry, J. W. Quacken
bush. Nason Harwood..James Calvert
Ell Perkins and !<evl Berkshire.
Th, defendant was represented by
torneys Wtn. G. Martin and C. M.
i-idi ger, and the state by Deputy
ttorney J. M Willlama,
ry returned a verdict
guilty. Sentence will be pronounced
oit at 9 a. m.
The Farlow I Case.
e Farlow brothers case the
Grand Jury Indicts Four Eugene
Men and One at Springfield
Roy Johnson Found Guilty of
Carrying Concealed Weaon. The
I and the case submitted to the
•«ell d < ., •
><■< wad novel-
e devoted to case
of evidence will probably not begin