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THE EUGENE WEEKLY GUARD
EUGENE, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1907
BILL OF PARTICULARS
Boise, May 8.—The motion for a
bill of particulars filed by the defense
iu the case of William D. Haywood,
•ecretary and treasurer of the West
ern federation of Miners, charged
with the murder of ex-Governor Steu-
nenberg. »’»8 denied by Judge Wood
today Other than the lawyers and
newspaper writers less than a score
of persons were in the court room
when the decision was announced.
Counsel for the defendant noted an
exception to Judge Wood's ruling,
and then announced that they were
ready for the trial to proceed tomor
Chicago. May 8.—Sensational de
velopments in the controversy be
tween President Roosevelt and labor
unionists over the trial ofMoyer and
Haywood loomed up today in reports i
that Chief John E. Wilkie, of the gov-1
eminent secret service, is on his way
building occupied by the Parlln, Or-
etidorf * Marlin Company, wholesale
farm Implements, at Ninth and Leav
enworth streets, collapsed early today
before any one was at work
was injured, but the fiuancial loss is
OF HOUSEKEEPER TEN LIVES LOST
to Bois£, Idaho, tender direct orders
from the president.
It was reported that Chief Wilkie
will be aided by a special corps of
government sleuths, who will watch
the legal struggle, investigate the ev
idence and keep the president inform
ed of every move made In the case.
Chief Wilkie returned to Chicago
today, but left again for the West to
FOR WM. JANUARY
eral Bonaparte today recommended
that the sentence of John William
January, alias Charles W. Anderson,
be commuted. He recommends that
the sentence be fixed at three months
from the da«e of his arrest and that
he be pardoned July 19, 1907.
The president has approved the re
Mail Orders Promptly Filled
- A special dls-
> tho Evening Telegrain from
y. i ♦vat brank Gar-
lay shot a» I killed H. M.
jut, husband of his house-
ms ranch near here.
1- . I 1» el ibsi-nt about a
year and returned here a few days
ago. Gardiner walked into Ranier
after the murder and surrendered
himself. The only explanation of his
act that Gardiner would vouchsafe
“You cannot help these things
As the scene of the shooting Is fire
miles from Ranier particulars of the
crime are lacking, it is not known if
there were any eyewitnesses.
HENRY CLAY PIERCE
IN TOILS OF LAW
“Buy for Cash”
Avoid Credit Prices
theatrical performance which they have ever witnessed.
Sensational bargains will be found in every section.
Our method of SELLING FOR CASH enables us to make such a sacrifice and we expect that every prospective
buyer in Eugene will avail themselves of the opportunity and visit our Creat May Matinee
Every Suit Reduced in Price
Our Clothing l»<-|Mirtnient is overflowing with
Stylish Clothes for Men, Youths and Boys. The
Mun who buys a suit or coat at Illis store usually
conies luck again wlwn he nerds another. This
shows his confidence in the store and the goods.
The H. S. A M. Clothes an- made and designed
by tile Is-st makers in the world. ASK F<»lt THEM
Men’s two-pieee Suits, assorted colors, sizes
and materials. Prices from $S.OO to $22.50
Men's three-piece Sults, latest styles, pants with
or without straps and cuffs.
$10.00 to .....................................
Boys two-piece Sults, knee pants, prices from
$1 50 to .................................................................. $7.50
Boys' three-piece Suits, long pants, prices from
EVERY SUIT, WHETHER FOR MEN, YOUTHS
OR BOYS, ARE REDUCED IN PRICE.
Have Just received a consignment of
shapes in Panama Hats. Prices from $5.00
Long S k CoaLs, $16 50
$30 White Serge Suits $22.50
Ladies' white serge suits, cut in
at. $6 75
box coat and
styles, trimmed with fancy braids, Come in black, satin lined, trimmed with fancy
Skirts pleated and cut in latest
braids, turnover cuffs; regular
styles; sold regularly for $38.00
suit; your choice. .
Novelty suits, Panama suits, serge
$ 0 00 Faton
suits and fancy mixed siBt? are
all included in this lot at the
Made in black chiffon taffeta, lined with white
following reduced prices:
satin, trimmed with braids; regular $10.00
$30.00 Suits for $27.50
$25.00 Sults for, $22.50
«22.50 Suits for
$20.00 Suits for
$15.00 Suits for
Thousands cf yards of Lace and Insertions;
and repeated fusilades of bullets
trom strikebreakers today marked
the first attempt to run cars uu tne
I uited Railroads since the striae be-
gau. The movement of a freight car
trom one barn was the signal lor ub-
struct Ion of the track by a mob and
tor a shower of missiles aimed al
those who operated the car. After
running halt a block the car was ta
ken back to the barn.
liiickbule aiul Bullets Fly.
Having thus made the test, the
compauy at 2:30 p. in. sent a string
of seven passenger cars out of the
l urk and Fillmore street barns, man
ned by armed strikebreakers. Their
appearance was the signal for re
stones and all manner ot missiles
were hurled at the cars by a pursu
ing mob ot several thousand, one of
oils and the guards retaliated with
a shot, which hit its mark. The as
sault on the cars became more turl-
ousand the guards retaliated with
several fusilades, which caused the
death of one man, wounding one fa
tally and 12 less seriously.
running a few blocks the cars were
returned to the barn and tile attempt
to operate the cars was abandoned
for the day.
Police Action Ineffective.
The police did little to cheek the
lawlessnes of the mob.
tempted to dissuade the mob from
violence, but only two ot them used
force and they did it so effectively
that they cleared the way for the
cars for the time being. The police
arrested 13 of the strikebreakers for
shouting, but made uu arrests among
Deed and Injured in Riots.
All - <Hced in Price
Mrs. Mary Vito and Mother Victims
of Brutal Murderers - Husband of
Younger Women Arrested Charged
With Crime But Alleges That Two
Unknown Men Broke Into House
and Committed Murder
New York. May A.— Mrs Mary Vito
and her mother, Mrs. Maria Brignoli,
were literally slashed to pieces with
razors in their east side home today,
Giovanni Vito, husband of the young
er woman. Is under arrest charged
with the crime, and It Is alleged he
killed the women after a quarrel,
which followed their refusal to give
Vito denies his guilt and maintains
they were killed by two men who
broke Into the house and with whom
he had a fierce struggle in defense of
bls life. He exhibits cuts on one of
his hands to support his story. Vito's
three-year-old son supports the state
ment of his father. Vito and his son
were the only persons in the room
when the police arrived after being
Informed a murder was being done.
They found the doors locked, Sev-
eral razors were found In the apart-
ments covered with blood.
Vito is a barber.
LOST OFF URUGUAY
Buenos Ayres. March 8.—A dis
patch from Montevldlo published here
today announces that the French
M)S ANGELEN SAYS
San Francisco, May 7.—Follow transport maratlme steamer, Poitou,
TROOPS INDER ORDERS ing Is a list of the killed and Injured from Marseilles Ap.II 6 for this port-
Einer- has been wrecked off the coast of
In the street car riots at the “
Uruguay. One hundred of the paB-
Los Angeles, May 8.—It Is reported gency hospital:
sengers and crew are said to have
from an authoritative source that Ad DEAD:
jutant General Louck has ordered
General Wankowski to take the Sev INJURED:
enth regiment of the California Na-
Thomas White, lacerated scalp.
Montevldlo. May 8.—The Poitou
tlomil Guard north at once. Gover
Police Officer Harry Sauer, shot
Is ashore off 8an Jose Ignacio and it
nor Gillette and General Wankowski through shoulder.
is feared there will be serious loss of
have been in conference.
F. Joy, laceration of cheek.
life, as It Is understood that there
J. Krohner, shot in shoulder.
William Slattery, contusion of foot are 200 persons on board. The cargo
will also prove a total I osh .
BY FIGHTING NEWS and head.
No particulars are obtainable.
J. . Arena, contusion of knee.
Many Are Rescued.
Omaha, May 8.—Six cars of strike-
A. C. Jahn, »hot in throat.
An official dispatch from Rincon
breakers for San Francisco passed
N. Leisch, shot through ehest.
de Herrero says that nearly two hun
through here today, but a number
N. Granville, lacération of face.
deserted here on learning of the fight
O. A. McNaughton, shot in fore- dred passengers and the crew of the
Poitou have been rescued and sent
ing in San Francisco yesterday .
Tom Buchanan, shot in abdomen, to this port.
One report says the Poitou struck
SERIOUS STRIKE RIOT
C. W. Forrester, contusion of face. thirty yards from the shore and in
(MX'URRED YESTERDAY |
Detective Sergeant Bell, shot in the panic that followed a great many
Jumped overboard. The customs offf-
San Francisco. May 7.—Rioting by chest.
I rials at Rincon do Herrero place the
A Palm, shot in neck: may die.
street car strikers and their friends
’ saved at about fifty of the three hun
dred said to be on hoard. How many
others have been saved is not known.
Some swam ashore,
. MAKES BIG TREATIES RELATING
TIMBER BUY TO EASTERN TERRITORY
The Storey-Bracher Lumber Com
Butte, May 8.—With three sus
pects and a witness in custody and pany, of Portland, which I h buying
the sheriff and posses on their trail, up a lot of Lane county timber land,
the masked men who held up the and which Intends to erect a sawmill
North Coast Limited yesterday morn- -[on a tract of 26 acres recently pur-1
murdered Engineer Clow and I chased from S. Meriau, adjoining
- Bangs' Park, yesterday afternoon fil
ed with the county clerk for record
¡deed« to about 2100 acres of timber
land which It has purchased in the
Coast Fork country south and south
east of Cottage Grove. Among those
who sold In this lot are the following:
Wm. A Buckner, Jesse W. Parrish,
Nora Fisher, Ardella Martin, Calvin
Rogers, E. O. Tobey. Willie E Fish
er, Sarah J. Brown, A. W. 8hort
ridge, Alfred S. Powell, Walter G.
Baker, and Geo. J. Wilhelm. The
price paid is not given out, the figure
in the deeds being $1 in each in
This company has already purchas
ed a very large acreage of timber
land In the vicinity of this latest buy.
also up the Mohawk, and they now
I have enough to keep a sawmill
very large capacity running
1 long time to come.
Some definite information
the company's proposed mill here
may be given to the public through
the columns of the Guard in the near
Navy Blue colors, full length, trimmed
with fancy Persian braids;
TltOOI’S HAVE NOT
BEEN ORBEREI» OI T
Sacramento, May 8.—At 1 1 o’clock
no troops had been ordered to San
Francisco, but General Wankowski
has been summoned to San Francisco.
He has ndt been ordered to bring
his troops with him as yet.
Monday, May 6th we will begin a matinee which will captivate and amaze our patrons more than the greatest
♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦++ ♦
San Francisco, May 8.— ♦
♦ Chief of Police Diliau is so ♦
♦ satisfied (hat there will be no +
♦ repetition today of yester ♦
♦ day's rioting that he will ♦
+ withdraw all but twenty offi ♦
♦ cers from the vicinity of the ♦
Turk street carbarus.
EUGENE’S LEADING ST
Attend Our rreat May Matinee
STRIKE CLOSES MANY
SLASHED TO PIECES
BUSINESS HOUSES BUT
QUIET PREVAILS AGAIN
San Francisco. May S. All Is quiet
this morning, but the street car strike
has seriously Injured business. Many
big stores have decided to opeu late
in the morning and close early in the
evening, and a number of employes
are temporarily out of work. Several
UULLATdCU in UUIHTIM
St. Ixvuis, May 8.—Hwy Clay of the principal restaurants have
Pierce, the oil magnate, surrendered closed their doors, announcing that
to the police today on an ihdictniee* they will not reopen snt.il the strike
Crippled telephone ser
Omaha, May S.—The six-story aeainst him from Texas
vice due to the strike adds to the
gravity of the situation
A strong movement to secure a
peaceful settlement of the strike was
Agents for Standard Patterns
begun by leading citizens today, who
have called a meeting for this after
noon to devise some means to end
the strike of the carmen, telephone
operators. Iron workers, laundry
workers, stone masons, and cement
Strictly Cash Store
workers, who are practically all out.
and W. B. Corsets
Kansas City, Mo., May R — A de
structive fire this at'hrnoon in the
Pepper building at Locust and Ninth
streets, a five-story structure occii
pled mainly by Montgomery, Ward Ai
Over two hundred employes,
mostly girls, were in the building and
it is believed that over ten lives were
lost and at least twenty were injured
by jumpinn or otherwise.
The flame.- were controlled with
comparatively small loss.
Paris, May 8.—M Kurlno .Japan
ese minister, In an Interview today
Is quoted as making the Important
statement that a series of treaties
have been made between Great Brlt-
Just received a consignment of latest
styles in walking skirts, which will be included in
MOORE BEITS DAGGETT
FOR MAYOR OF SPOKANE
All popular materials, such as Panamas,
Silks, Voiles, and mixed novelties.
be reduc«-d to lowest margin.
Formerly Florence Belmont, an
Spokane, Wash., May 7.—C. Her
American chorus girl, who mar bert Moore, Republican, was today |
elected mayor of Spokane by a major-Í
ried Baron Aahburton of England. ity over Floyd Daggett, Incumbent,
Come in and inspect
12 l-2c Lonsdale muslin ......................
Tousands of yares of I ace and In-
lertiorts, your choi e
• meu Du k, 11
36-inche« wide. regular 15c grade for - 11
Have received a full line of India I.lnona
spring suits and dresaes.
15r. 20c. «<* 2
Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaffner
wounded Fireman Sullivan, are still
In the hills.
McDonald, arrested at
Woodville las* night, taken from the
top of a passenger coach, denies all
knowledge of the crime
He la a
marine engineer and worked In Seat
William Powers, arrested at Wood
ville yesterday, is still detained, as Is
Wm. Crawford, the man who says
ho met the robbers on top of the ex
press car just before they opened
An unknown drunken man Is
also In rustudy.
W ESI MOR
Beautiful English noblewoman
who is admired bv William Wal
dorf Astor, former American.
JO LN TESa
of 1874. The total vote was 969«.
exclusive of the 400-odd socialists, guaranteeing the territorial status
which ran the grand total to more quo in the Far East, which is im
than 10,000. Harry Eggleston. Dem plied to mean an agreement to pre
ocrat. for treasurer, defeated I^>wla vent other countries from acquiring
Lusk. Republican, and Robert Fair- territory there. Kurlno denied that
ley. Democrat, for comptroller defeat- j the Franco-Japanese entete fa in any
ed former Mayor L. Frank Boyd, Re- I way aimed at the United States.
Both winning Democrats
The Republicans elect seven of the I
The bnaebsll game that O. A. C.
ten councilmen. one in the First ward was to have played with the U. of O.
and two each in the Second. Third | has been postponed until a week from
and Fourth wards. The Democrats | next Saturday, owing to the track
elect one councilman In the First meet with Pullman.which occurs next
ward and two ir the Second ward.