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EUGENE. OREGON, THU <SDAY, NOVEMBER, 22 1906
The Store that»’s Doing the Business
New arrivals by express
Graduated Red Beads
25c to 75c each
Graduated White ¡Beads
25c to 75c each
Three strands, matched white pearls, with cross bar in front,
studded with brilliants.
25c toJ75c ea
This is a good value for
Ladies’ Black Broadcloth Coats
$12.50 to $25.00
Black Broadcloth Coats are very
$1.25 Kid Gloves, Silk Lined
LADIES’ HEAVY WINTER. SKIRTS
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This the place to - get
the correct styles in
$7.03 to $30.
Mens’ Suits, prices from
$8.00 to $30
Gordon Hats for
$4.50 to $3.00
Hart Schaffner Cf* Marx
• • •
Grants Pass Man Was Over Zeal-
ou^ly Prosecuted Says Supreme
Court—Accused of Murdering
Father For Small Sum of Money
He Had Saved Up
Twenty Sticks of Dynamite Placed
On Track of Mt. Hood Railway,
But Frozen Condition Pr
Explosion When Train Passed
Over It—No Clue to Guilty Persons
Salem, Or., Nov. 21. The supreme
court today In the appeal of ,las|>e-
Jennings, granted the defendant a
The principal reason as
signed was the over-zealousness of
District Attorney Realties in his pros
ecution of the ease.
Jennings was convicted of murder-
! Ing his father, who had a wood-
ehopping contract near Grants Pass,
for the purpose of securing about
»600 which the elder Jennings had
He tried to throw th“
' blame upon his sister, Dora Jennings,
who was tried for complicity and ac
quitted, following her brother's con
Portland, Nov 21
A special dis
patch to the Evening Telegram from
Hood River, Oregon, tells of a fiend
Ish attempt made Saturday night to
blow up a train on the Mount Ho >d
railway. Twenty sticks of dynamite
were placed on the track, but owing
to their frozen condition failed to ex
plode when the train passed over it.
Twenty-five passengers and th >
crew were on the train.
The company has offered a reward
of »500 for the apprehension of the
guilty persons, but so far no clue has
Portland. Nov 21. The Oregon
took the witness stand today whet, Bar Association yesterday afternoon
the Interstate commerce commission elected the following officers for the
Kansas City, Nov. 21. Todry was
began its inquiry into relations bt ensuing year, following th«* report of
a day of speeches at the Trans-Mis-
tween the railroad companies ami the committee on nominations:
slssippi Commercial Congress.
grain companies of the Northwest.
President Robert Treat Platt.
1». Van Diver, superintendent of in
The hearing is held pursuant to the
surance of Missouri, addressed the
Secretary R. A. Leiter.
LaFollette resolution adopted
Treasurer—J. J. Schnabel.
delegates on "The Business of insur
congress last session.
Vice presidents First district, A.
ance From a Western Standpoint."
Hill proved a willing witness and E. Realties; second, F. W. Benson;
John Barrett, minister to Collim
answered all questions given without third, William Galloway; fourth, e".
Ilia, delivered an interesting atiti ress
hesitation and 111 detail. He told o', V. Holman; fifth, J. E. Hedges; sixth,
on "Trade Relations with
the tremendous grain trafile of hi* W. L. Bradshaw; seventh, A.
road, equalling each year twice as Stillman; eighth. Charles H. Chance;
much as the grain hauled Into Chi ninth, George E. Davis; tenth, Thom
BODIES OF FLOOD
cago by all the roads running into as J. Crawford.
that city. In 1879 the Great North
Executive committee Thomas G.
Seattle, Nov. 2.
The bodies of
ern hauled 8,870,000 bushels and In Greene, William L. Brewster, Zera
John Viele, a building contractor,
189« carried 115,000,000. He said Snow. O. P. Coshow and Sam White.
and Patrick Culhanne, a rancher,
The Willamette Valley Company, It had always been the policy of th<> 1
At the morning session of the 16th
flood victims, were recovered near the concern thnt controls the light road to aid the farmers whenever annual meeting of the Oregon Bnr
and water plnnts in Eugene, con.- i possible.
Association an effort was made to
evening to dig
hav«t the association Instruct the
a trench to theetaoln shrdlit shrdht
grievance committee to withdraw the
Ing station to the old well below
charges for disbarment of A. H. Tan
Midgley's planing mill, and will lav
ner from the supreme court. Judge
pipe and pump water for continuous
North up offered a resolution to this
use from this old well as soon as con
effect, but withdrew It after a lively
nections can be made.
It will be remembered that Eugene
had a fearful typhoid epidemic a few
months ago, and the local physlcian.l
and state board of health condemned
Seattle, Nov. 21. That Mate Den the supply of water as being unfit for
New York, Nov. 21. Police Cap
nison is wholly to blame for the lorn use, unless it was boiled. Notwlth tain Stephenson said today that h >
of the steamer Dlx, which caused the standing these facts the Willamette was informed by a prominent busi
death of more than fifty men and wo Valley Company has a force of men ness man that Mrs. Hannah Graham
Washington, Nov. 21. The war
men, is evident from the testimony working day and night digging >t would not appear In court this after
taken before the United Slates mu trench to the well condemned and noon when the case of Caruso, the department Issued a statement today
that the secretary of war, becoming
rine inspectors today.
known to contain typhoid gernts.
eminent tenor, charged with insul*.-
Business men generally condemn to send a caldegram in the name of convinced that the president will not
Captain Lerinond testified that he
had warned Dennison never to at the action of the company as an out- Graham objects to being "snap-shot recede from bis position regarding
tempt to cross in front of another rag«*, and the local physicians de ted and having her name spread all the dismissal of the negro troops
nounce the action bh a menace to the over the city and country.”
vessel, but to pass astern.
Mrs. of the Twenty-fifth infantry, had y«m-
Captain Mason, of the Jeannie, told public health and the welfare of the Graham Is said to be a woman of ern- , terday ordered that proceedings for
the discharge continue without de
of the efforts he made to avert th- city.
collision by reversing the Jeannie's
it 1s probable that a mass meeting
The detective who witnessed the
will be called and the situation b** alleged Insult will take the stand
Advices From I‘resident.
engines, but could not do so.
discussed thoroughly, and it Is likely
against the singer.
I that some action will be taken for
Policeman Caln, who arrested Ca
- consideration of a municipal light
ruao, gave sensational testimony President Roosevelt saying that he
and water system for Engene.
He said he watched Caruso follow would not suspend th«* discharge of
One of Eugene's prominent busi
ing two girls, on«* aged about twelve the negro troops unless there wer«
ness men. a man who always opposed
years, apd had followed his actions, new facts of such lni|H>rtance as to
the municipal ownership idea, stated
warrant cabling him. Secretary Taft
Minneapolis, Nov. 21.—Présider.'. to a Guard representative today that lie saw Caruso move up close to Mrs says that Immediate steps will be ta
Compera, of the American Federa he thought under the circumstances Graham anil saw one of his hands ken to recruit colored soldiers to re
tion of Labor, was instructed today it would be best for the city to own glide through a slit in his overcoat place the men discharged.
to seud a cablegram in the name of Its own system, that It did not s«*em and pinch the woman. Mrs. Grabar-
the Federation to President Roose possible for the present company t.» turn -d swiftly and struck at Caruso’s
velt at Porto Rico, asking him to In either keep Its promises or to give ch«*st, crying out:
"You brute! You beast!"
vestigate the condition of the islan I ns good light or water; besides, their
Caln then arrested Caruso, Mrs
with a view to giving the islander« prices were exorbitant.
accompanying them to the
where Caruso pleaded with
' clan, said: "The pumping of water
the woman t«> withdraw the charge
from this old foul, condemned well
I llltl E-M kSI I l> SCHOONER
not be tolerated
In case the declaring his innocence of wrongdo
REPORTED ASHORE must
company Insists on furnishing th!« Ing.
Taconta, Nov. 21.- A special tJ
Caruco appeared nervous during
water we must protect ourselves bv i
the News from South Bend, Wash
boiling the water, as I consider It ab the exam I nation of Caln.
Ponce, Porto Rico, Nov.
says that a three-masted schooner Is
why he had not arrested Carili >
ashore there on the bar and a life
conduct President Rooeevelt arrived from Co
In speaking of the situation to sev when be first noticed his
saving crew has gone to her assist
Caln re lon this morning and wag received
eral employ»** of tne company al’ with the girls and women,
ance. She I» about 1S miles from reemed to think It was a bad break, piled that "he wanted to ttet h I tn at the landing at 8:50 a in. by Gov-
South Bend. Her name ia unknowt but orders must be obeyed. One em good.” Caruso took the stand later ernor Winthrop and otb«*r prominent
The town Is pro-
ploye, when told the public would In the aftern<M,n.
fusely decorated in the president's
A Corvallis man yesterday offers 1
not stand for such water, and that I'
honor and crowded with p«*ople from
lx*e Hoselton »1500 for his cigar
was a usel«nts exix-ndlture of money,
the surrounding country «*ager t>
store, which he recently opened, but
MISSING Ik ERN t
MAT VKT HR HAFF greet Mr. Rooeevelt.
he refused to sell This speaks well
makes the p«*ople pay the bills ”
Date of Home Coming.
for a place that has been doing bua
Astoria, Nov. 21.- A vessel bellet
Washington, Nov. JI.—It Is e«-
tn«*ss only a few weeks
ta reported ont
J %MKM «I. HIM. ON
pected that the president will rears
THE WITNEMM STAND side the bar. The Iverna has been
Washington next Monday evening or
Minneapolis, Nov 21
A J. Pickard Is today shipping tv
Hill, president of the Great Northern. thought to have been wrecked.
carloads of hogs to Portland
Willamettee Valley Company
Digging Trench to Tap
stylish in the big cities now
GETS NEW TRIAL
BLOW UP TRAIN
AT HOOD RIVER
THE HERO OF THE HOUR
TO PUMP WATER FROM OREGON LAWYERS
MANY SPEECHES MADE
AT KANSAS CITY
50-in. long, prices from
intend to Take Water From Same
Source That Caused Typhoid
Fever Epidenic Last Winter.
Business Men and Physicans
Denounce Company for Action
ALONE TO BLAME
NOT TO APPEAR
PORTO RICAN AFFAIRS