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THE EUGENE WEEKLY Gl AKI)
EUGENE, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1907
AMERICAN SAILORS FIGHT
WITH CUBAN OFFICIALS
1.—Ahe navy K Sturtevant, electrician, and Louis
department has received a cablegram Kline, ordinary seaman, received cuts
from Csmmander Wood, of the Dix and bruises, but are not seriously
hurt. Leslie B. Dustin, ordinary sea
ie at Havana, transmitting the re
man. sustained a compound fracture
port el Commando- Tappan, of the of the left forearm, and is seriously
Claude K. Pembor, elec-
gunbott Tacoma, lying at Santiago
de Cuba, and reporting trouble be- trician, has a wound in the left fore-
arm which is severe.
tweel the sailors of the Tacoma op
Commander Tappan in his dispatch
shore and the local authorities.
states that these men. with the excep
\V|ile a full report of the affray tion of Ensign Drisbin. composed a
ls art at hand, it G learned by the ■ liberty party of the Tacoma and were
narJ department that ten persons of
, attacked by the police while return-
the Taconta were Injured in an at | Ing to the ship at half past one yes
tack bv the police. 'rhe injured are: terday morning. No cause is assign
Henry Lee. fireman, fractured skull ed for the attack, but is is said the
andgunshot wound in the lung, con
men were singing, as sailors are apt
dition serious: Ensign A. T. Drisbin, to. do after an evening ashore.
Frank Leghorn, electrician; Elmer had been the custom of the Santiago
Chains B. Shackelton, machinists’
1Ilg» ; Glen Cavendar, seaman; Harry
(Continued on Page 4.)
NO MAY DAY
RIOTING IN THE
Paris, May 1.—There was no May
Day rioting and normal conditions
prevail. Large iurces of soldiers and
police are under arms, and restrain
ed the agitators from executing their
threats to make
This afternoon a man perched on
top of an omnibus
_ fired five shots
from a revolver Into a squadron of
cavalry, wounding two men. He was
arrested and identified as Jacob Law,
of the province of Podolia, Russia.
An attempt to lynch him was frus
trated by the police.
aged white woman, Sunday night.the
bitter feeling engendered against the
negroes culminated last night in the
formation of a mob of 500 whites,
who visited the negro resorts, de
stroyed the fixtures and furniture,
and beat the inmates. The author
itles induced the mob to disperse
without making any arrests.
SEVEN MINERS TAKEN
FROM LIVING TOMB
RECEIVES NO SUPPURI
Brussels, May 1.—Additional In
formation seems to confirm the re
ports that King Leopold’s efforts to
secure the support of Prance »gains'
the policy of Great Britain towan’
the Congo have failed.
SECRETARY TAIT lilt K
IS \\ 4SH1NGTON
Washington, Mev 1. 8ecn I
Taft returned to Washington from
lescued After Being Entombed Over One Hundred Hours-
Aie All In Hospital Now With Prospects tor Complete
Recovery-Rescurers Reached Them-Last Night But They
Were Not Brought to Surface Until Early Morning
IN FIRE PANIC
Jumped From Windows and Foil From
Fire Escapes When Alarm Was
Given - Report That Several Were
Burned To Diath But No Bodies
Have Been Found By Firemen
Chicago, May I. Twenty women
were injured in a fire' in a building
nt 27.5 Wabash avenue, the first floor
being occupied by the Storey & Clark
A freezing spell has injured the
Piano Company and the three upper
fruit crop of Idaho and Easte.n
floors by the Lotus Lunch Club pat
Johnstown, Pa., May 1. - Taken outer air. All wanted to go to their ronized exclusively by women. The
two hundred women in the place, in
Vessels returning from the North
honiFs and were taken to the hospi
Greensburg, Ind., May 1.—Follow ern Pacific ocean report a heavy catch rotn the dark recesses of a coal mine tal under protest. No food was given cluding employes, were panic-stricken
vhe.e th v « ■;■,. imprisoned over 107
and a number leaped from the win
ing the assault on Mrs. Zefton. an of whales.
tlx 111 at first. . wpt a stimulant In
our», seven men were rescued from the form of brandy and water. Soon dows of the second and third stories,
but the greater number rushed to the
he Berwind-White coal mine at after P’-rfvIne nt th» hospital they
« ' irh In a few minutes
Foustwell, and are lying in the hos- were sound asleep and no communi were a struggling mass of women
H ghasL in Quality
EUGiNE’S LEADING STORE
enurts to climb
Lcw<st, in Pricts
The men were reached at 10 they were not disturbed except at reg down. Several lost their grip and fell
night, but were not ular intervals, when the nurses ad i to the street and others were pushed
irought out until early this morning, ministered nourishment.
The men off. The flames started in the base
he physicians fearing the reaction immediately drop asleep after these ment and shot with terrific speed up
rom the strain and exposure to the treatments.
the elevator shaft
It Is not believed that any of the
Injured will die. Mrs. Cecilia Mala
nov, one of the proprietors of the
lunch room, was rescued from the
back windows by the firemen, and
Keyser Silk Underwear
declares that one employe. Miss Marv
Studemyer. and a number of patrons,
lost their Ilves, but the firemen could
find no bodies to substantiate her sto
ry. The woman is positive that
oral could not have escaped.
The loss on the building and
tents is 340,000.
Contrasted prices are frequently looked upon with suspicion by prospective buyers. Al wavs and Invariably there is a
Pacific I’nlversity field
New York,May 1—May Day Btrlkes
Miss Studemyer. reported as tear-
meet at Forest Grove, Monday, Coach were few.
The first, second and ing perished, was found badly bruis
reason for contrasting our prices with the regular qualities. We do a cash business. Buy goods for cash in large
Archie Hahn ran the 100-yard dash third officers of the coastwise steam ed In the crowd outside the building
in 9 3-5 seconds, tielng the world's ers made demands for increases in
quantities direct from the manufacturers, thus avoiding al intermediate profits, and can afford to give our patrons the
record in that event.
Hahn's run wages, and a number of transporta
brought the grandstand to its feet. tion companies signed an agreement
highest quality of merchandise at the lowest retail prices.
The wonderful exhibition came as a providing for an Increase, but others
surprise to many who witnessed the are holdingout. Several large steam
ace, though they knew of his previ- ers are tied up.
In PatterBon, N. J., one thousand
Three stop watches caught the carpenters struck for an increase
Have received a ftaw assortment of Ladies' Fine assortment of Whit® Shirt Waista, trimm.-d with ein broidery, lace,
whirlwind finish. All the perform from 33.50 to 34 per day.
ances of the day were satisfactory
Thirteen hundred carpenters at among the Chicago labor leaders are
etc, short and long sleeve«, special jirirrs from $1.2.1 to $10.00
Walking Skirts, latest styles, colors and ma
considering the lack of experience of Newark struck for an Increase of two agitating to secure the presentation
•any of the men. and the short time and a half cents per hour.
The in to the senate next winter of a plat
terials to snee the must exacting buyers:
JAP SILK WAISTS, $2.75
they have been under a timer. By dependent employers granted the in form for the impeachment of Pres
the results Hahn will select a team crease and nine hundred men resum ident Roosevelt. Some leader» with
Panama Skirts in white, blue and brown col Four dozen Jap Silk Waist» in
to represent Pacific In the coining ed work.
j'ack and white colors, worth
tioh YiC‘fnAv''denclee are at the bead
ors, assorted doA special................ 3^.50
**'*“kE Anol’S AN
STRIKE upon the reception given it by me
main labor bodies when the commit
LADIES' SLEEVELESS VESTS
Serge and Novelty Skirts in every
tee completes the preparations.
popular shade, pattern and ma
The legal committee has been
thousand iron workers, employed in working for two weeks preparing the
terial; assorted sizes; from Made of extra quality cotton yarn»,
2 2 shops, struck today for an eight- charges to be considered. As a basis
m-w*»................. $15.00 heavy taped necks, spl. for JO
hour day. At 2 7 shops the eight- are:
hour day was recognized aud the
That the president sought, veeeiv
LADIES' UNION Sl'ITS, 25*
RIBBED VESTS, 15f>
New York. April 30.—The World men are working as usual.
rd or caused to be received and used
Six dozen union suits, summer Sleeveless and low neck, very suit
says: John L. Sullivan, the pugilist 1
for campaign purposes and the pro
actor, lecturer and monolocnlst. ts
motion of his own candidacy, 3368,-
weight and -extra well finished;
Millmen at Denver.
able for spring wear, special
1. -One thousand 000 contributed by K H. Harriman
special, a auit.................... 25*
15c, 2 for........................... 25*
as reward for his successful engage- I millmen and woodworkers struck to- and others representing corpoxalions
ment of 116 weeks on board the day to enforce the demand * * for n
That he violated propriety by ex
15c Linen Duck, 12Sc
IX)NG SLEEVE VESTS, 25c
water wagon. As soon as he gets a closed shop.
pressing an opinion prejudicial to
Suitable for aummer skirts and
Haywood and Pettibone.
Ladies’ long sleeve white Vests;
suits, very durable and looks
some woman whom he married in ‘
That he 1» guilty of repeated med
exceptional good value for 35c.
like pure linen; regular 15c
Providence in 1883, John L. will sign >
dling in state politics.
articles of agreement with a wealthy '
That he exceeded his authority tn
grade for, special. . 12 12c
Sale price .. . . ..................... 25*
New York woman who has sufficient
seeking the defeat of politicians op
confidence In the big fellow to share |
posed to him.
hdr fortune with Mm.
Another charge grows out ol the
Sullivan denies that he Is contem
part Roosevelt’» cabinet officials took
plating a return engagement with
in the gubernatorial campaign in
the parson. Former Deputy Police
San Francisco, April 30
When New York
Commissioner James F. Mack, attor the directors and nominal atockhold-
ney for John L. In the divorce pro ers of the Northwestern Pacific, met
ceedings. and Frank Hall, manager of yesterday in Secretary Wilcutt's of
the former champion fighter, admit fice tn the Flood building and voted
ted that John L. was about to be mar- ! to mortgage the property for |35,-
Every man xwnta a new suit in the spring. It is then that the <>M Huth.». Ihalk shabbi.-st and one
rled, but refused to give the name of 000,000 and sell in New York, It was
is least inclined to Make them do.
his prospective bride.
merely a formality in obedience to
Sullivan lived with his first wife the orders of President E. H. Harr'
A gosl nuuv uf -the well-dressed men yon m«t every day are onr emrtumers. They are con-
man of the Southern Paclfnc an..
Hxuu.ll) Imrotan that the money spent here goes further and buys rn.ee rrsl <Mbe« »ml satisfaction.
President Ripley, of the Santa Fe.
Oar H SAM < lothtag do not repment the ideas of one man nor of onr «.aninnnit)■. they are the
who are the real controlling owners
of the property and it» proposed ex
product of tin- finest designers in the country and are accept«! by U»e men »‘ho -et the standard -f
The important fact to the people
MEN'S THREE-PIECE SL’ITS.
to be served by this road is that Its
owners Intend to make a comprehen
Unfinished Worsteds. Tweeds. Serges, etc., in fancy Checks and stripes. aB »ending 8h8d*
sive extension into new territory, and
light color« Prices from ..........................................................................................................................
that the suspiciously large valuation
MEN'S VARSITY SUITS.
on which the bonds are to be Issued
is based on the joint reports of the
$15.00 $18.00 a«*’» $25
Latest materials, pants with or without cuffs and strap«.
Southern Pacific and Santa Fe engi
MEN’S TWO-PIECE SUITS
neers as to the value of the com
pleted system which Is to be con
Navy blue colors, coats double and single breasted; all sizes and popular materials.
structed with the proceeds of the
It is not often that Chief Engineer
Hood, of the Southern Pacific, ad
mit» any plans that are not already
public Information, but today he de
clared that the company's engineers
BOYS' TWO-PIECE MITTS
i, ,,1 run irvays to Eureka up along
The famous Jane Hopkins make, in popular 8had™ 8"d
the coast to Marshfield on Coos Bay,
and that men were out re-collecting
the data of these surveys, as the rec
BOYS' THREE-PIE4 E SUITS
ord» were destroyed in the big fire.
TIMOTHY l>. Ml LI.IVAN.
These suits are made by the finest designers In the country an<
Hood also announced that a line
Former Tammany congressman
are noted for their durability. Come in a variety of popular ma
was being built westward from lliyln, from New York city, known as "Big
Th® only “John L.,” for twelve on
terials, colors and designs. Prices from ....................... $4.50
the Shasta route, to Winchester Tim," a power In city politics. The
▼ ears eliHIlipion pugilist of the Bay, about 30 miles north of Marsh reported agreement between Mayor
n t Bodb C F. Murph)
world, defeated in ldfij by James field, to which a Southern Pacific ex Met
tension 1» also being built.
is said to have been due to the fine
These proposed road» and surveys, work of Mr. Sullivan, who is now
Indicating the connection between recognized as the real leader in New
but a short time. When they agreed Eureka and Marshfield are ad York city politics.
He has worked
Men’4Youths’[an<Boy»’ Straw and [Cloth Hats for
to separate John L. gave her a bouse mitted to be a part of the plan up from the ranks of Tammany at/I
nf extension In addition to the build has a wonderful personal following
In Boston and went bls way.
-Summer wear have just arrived and consist of all the
ing of the 105-mile gap between Wil- in the great city.
H't» and Pepnerwood <>n the run from
latest shapes, straws and materials, such as Sa*10"’
TFJ (WRI'W BRIEFS
D J. Beakey, district deputy of
’A New York dispatch today states Tiburan to Eureka These new lines
Telescopes, Fedoras, etc. Prices
that Mrs. Mizner has begun suit will add 400 mile« to the Northwest the Woodmen of the World, who Is
here conducting the present campaign
against her husband, Wilson Mizner.
Lopyrighu 1907 by
for membership In the order, today
from 20c to
The big balloon America, which
Hirt bchaffher C/ Marx
received a telegram from Head Con-
sailed from St Louis for Washington
President Roosevelt and hie family mil I I Boak at Denver stating that
last night, was sighted high above have returned from the Jamestown
..... .tronr web. detachable ends, special for ....
Cape Girardeau this morning.
exposition to the White House.
Yale make suspender», extra «tro
membership in the nine Western
The government of Mexico will
Pelierette li.le web. detachable end», special for ...
states which comprise the Pacific Ju
fortify a number of coast fortifica
Rural mall carriers are to receive risdiction during the month of April,
Yale make and warranted, pure
Mt. Etna. Sicily, Is In eruption, an advance In wages, based upon the which beats the record for the same
month for the past three years.
length of their routes.
sending up showers of ashes.
RACE WAR INCITED
BY NEGRO ASSAULT
Authoritative Information on Saving Opportu ¡tins
Walking Skirts for Spring
MAY DAY STRIKES
GROVE BY HAHN
White Shirt Waists, $1.25
JOHN L. SULLIVAN
EUREKA TO COOS
Spring Clothing for Men
Hats !ji Hats!
NEW YORK CITY