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HE EUGENE WEEKLY GUARD
EUGENE, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE
IS CERTAIN SAYS
Sew York. June 19.—The general sy. and today has been ia consulta
Lecative committee of the Commer- tion with the officers of the Civic
L Telegraphers’ Union has approv Federation, as well as those of the
telegraph companies and the union.
al the strike against either or both
Western Union and Postal Tele-
pent was made today by Deputy
President 8. J. Konenkamp. of the
The date of the beginning of the
was left to President Small,
i'it'the first move is expected to take
Lee within the next week or ten
Lvs Konenkamp said, when ques-
lo'ned that a tax of one day’s pay
‘ seek has been lodged against all
members of the union for strike ex-
Notwithstanding the announcement
if the strike Commissioner of Labor
veil is continuing his investigation
fuh a view of adjusting the controver-
18 DICUSS UTE
Leavenworth, Kan., June 19.—
W. H. Taft, secretary of war, arrived
here today and was shown a copy of
a Kansas paper quoting the Washing
ton Times to the effect that Taft may
retire from the presidential race on
account of alleged physical Inability to
withstand the numpaign. the whole
story bearing the caption, “Taft Not
■ to Run’”
Mr. Taft declined to discuss the
matter, and dismissed it by saying:
“You can just let that question
Leavenworth, Kas., June 19.—The
jury in the case off the Uncle Sam
Oil Company, in which H. H. Tuck
er, Jr., sought to have the receiver
appointed by thhe
court removed, returned a verdict
The receivership therefore stands.
NO ONE BLAMED
FOR LAUNCH DISASTER
Washington, June 19.
Emery, commanding the fourth di
vision of the Atlantic fleet, arrived
Ed Vogt has accepted a posit! in j.-ont Hampton Roa<V today wits
In Rude's cigar store as clerk.
the report of the naval board of in-
!■ Agents for Standard Patterns
AFTER SEVERE I 1GHT1NG
B o I sk June 19.—The entire morn jail and which Orchard swears was
ing sesuio'u of the Steunenberg mur In the
This letter was:
der trtul »was consumed in hearing
San Pransclco. June IK—Schmitz arnunwtfts as to the admissabillty as
"Friend Tom:—Your letter receiv
will apply to the state w.irt of ap
That was sent to Jack December
peals tils afternoon for release on , the Miners' Magazine, the official or 21 for you. He should send It to you
The application It is un-
so that you ought to have it by this
derslnod. will contain ar*oral sensa- I Mixers, as to Frank Steunenberg and time. Will not write any more this
time. Write me as Boon as you get
bles of the miners.
On both sides to your new field.”
Schmitz HoMs On.
j the argument was based on the Chi
The letter was postmarked Denver,
Kia only will Schmitz resist all ef- cago anarchist cases, the defence con
forts to transfer the twins of munici tending that'toy no construction could December 30, the day that Steunen-
pal government to Acting Mayor Gal i the authority in that case l»e made a berg was killed, and it is claimed by
lagher. but. according to his attor guide hero, and the state that it cov the state that “Jack” mentioned was
Simpkins and that “that” referred to
neys, all of Schmits’ appointees will ered ^very point involved here.
the $100 which Orchard swore he
Judge "Wood took the articles for asked Simpkins to secure for him
when thtir resignations are called I examination
adjourned court when he was leaving Caldwell.
| until 2 o’clock, when he will rule on
I jiwjmt Without th«“ Ask big.
| the points Involved.
The state developed Its contention
as tending to show conspiracy and
» hintgo Wheat Market.
This afternoon Judge Wood direct knowledge of the Steunenberg crime
Chien■•<>. June 19—Closing pii<i‘s
were; July, 92X4; September, 95’fc. ed counsel for the state to proceed in thnt Orchard was, without any re
I with the direct examination. He an- quest front him. furnished with coun
|nounced he had only had time to go sel within a few days of his arrest.
; over a portion of the exhibits, the ad It was first shown that Orchard, af
mission of which are in dispute, and ter his arrest, sent no communication
Ord-rs Prompily Filled J ■ ’hat some articles should lie admlt- from the Caldwell jail and then pro
(ted and others wopld be rejected, duced and secured admission of the
but that he would not make a definite original of the following telegram:
| announcement until tomorrow.
"Receivers No. Time filed, 7:30 p.m.
Charge Robertson, Miller
John L. Stearns, agent for the
j Mutual Life Insurance Company for & Rosefelt,
"Spokane, Wn., Jan. 3, 1906. T.
j Colorado and Wyoming, was called
Avoid Credit Prices, Trade
to corroborate Orchard's statement Hogan, eare sheriff. Caldwell, Ihaho.
that he worked as an insurance agent
“Attorney Fred Miller will start fur
Here and Save Money
i in Colorado.
Yesterday was a day of correspon-
The defense examined Orchard on
' dence and documentary evidence. Be- this subject and largely devoted
sides four San Francisco-Alaska let- self to* growing that the
ters, the state secured the admission Federation of Minera always provld-
I of a certified copy of an unsigned let- ed counsel for Its members whenever
j ter which Orchard got at Caldwell they got into trouble.
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Eu^en Vs Leading Store
Agents for “Gordon”
vest igation which has been looking
into the loss of the launch of the bat
tleship Minnesota on the night of *
June 10. The board found that the
launch had fouled the steel hawser
with which the big tug “Crisfield," t
was towing a barge carrying loaded
freight cors from Cape Charles to
No criminality is attached to the
officers of the Crisfield, whs» were la
ignorance of the disaster.
New Suits and Coats at Half Price
50 Ladies Tailored Suits in latest 1907 models,
J) 'V’ Î H
Eton styles, etc., made of all wool materials,
trimmed with fancy braids and buttons, turn 'wer
cuffs, and pleatod skirts in all the popular weaves
such as Panamas.broad clothand mixed novelties
handsome desirable patterns which you could not
fail to admire, suits that sold at $17.Oo, $19.00
and up to £45.00, your choioe for
Ladies* Si>k Coats in short and long lengths
Eton and semi-fitting styles, trimmed with fancy
silks, soutache and draw braids, turn over cuffs,
all this season’s models and made of excellent
wearing silks, perfect in every detail.
thing that everv “woman of style” oughuto have.
Values from $10.00 to $25.00 to be closed out at
werth the money, or he doesn’t
Just the same lots
of men are paying their good
money for cheap cotton mixed
goods, and they think they’re
being real economical because
they get such clothes for a little
less than all-wool would cost.
You are not “Aim flammed” when
you buy your clothes here.
know what our H. S.
clothes are, and every other make
in stock. The makers pronounce
»ill wool and they live up to it.
Each garment proclaims fit and
fashion facts, hand-made button
holes, hand felled collars and
hand finished in every vita) pai
Special l’or 25c
Children’s Ritb»M Hose 15c
Extra good quality ribbed hose, assorted
sizes, regular ¿Oca pair
Special for 15c
90c Fancy Silk 70c
Chiffon Taffeta Silk in iainty checks
and shadow plaid effects, suitable
for either waists or dresses, silks
that meiit strong vigorous emphasis.
Special for 70c
New Neck Kuching
In latest stirred materials, come in
and a varie ty of pretty colors.
up in boxes containing 6, regular 35c
value, special for
$10.00 up to $30.00
Men’s Pennants Pants $2.50— Come
25c a box
in a variety of popular patterns, super-
>"r finish and assorted sizes, specially
$2.50 tc. $6.00
Have received a shipment af beautiful
Kimonos, made of every kind of
popular materials, silks, etc., in
pretty floral designs, long and short
lengths, assorted sizes.
I>> not fail
to see them.
Specially priced from
Cutchess Pants $1.00— Have a world
$1.00 to $4.50
Ladies’ Si k Finished Hose
100 dozen silk finished hose without
seams, and no hard ridge on the bot
tom to irritate the foot, avoids all
the pain and discomfort inflated upon
you by wearing seamed hosiery and
a rough shoe. They posess comfort,
durability, appearance and a fait
dye, regular 35c a pair
No Man Del b rately Buys Poor
Clothes. He thinks they’re good,
* ide reputation for their durability. No
better made for the money. Guaranteed
a dollar for every rip, 10c for every de-
tatched button. Specially priced from
orders from Washington appointing
him custodian of the lot recently pur
chased by the government for a post-
office site from W. M. Renshaw, at
the corner of Sixth and Willamette
streets, without compensation, and
directing him to have the owner of
the buildings on the lots to remove
them within thirty days from the
communication June 11. However,
as It will be some time before the
work of erecting the bulldng will
commence the owner of the build
ing is given the privilege of retaining
them on the site providing he pays a
reasonable sum for the rent of the
ground upon which they stand. Mr.
Renshaw has already sold the resi
dence on the lot and It will be moved
off within the time limit.
The postmaster is also requested to
report the condition of the lot, as
to the character of the buildings on
It. and is requested to secure from
the city engineer proposals for fur
nishing a survey of the site.
35c value for 25c
’ bv Hart Schaffner fc? Marx
Russian lnn«t is Gmwing Since Dis-
solution of I'arllanient, But Strict
Workmen In State of Unrest aiul
Troo|ia Are Massed in That City
St, Petersburg, June 19.
of the mutiny of the sappers at Kiev
show It was suppressed only after a
bloody engagement at midnight on
June 17, between the mutineers
the loyal troops. In which about
men were killed and wounded.
Kiev is one of the cities where rev
olutionary Ideas have made the great
est inroads upon the army, and the
military revolutionary organization
Is very powerful. A large number of
arrests have been made.
Trouble has also broken out among
the troops of the Third infantry dl-
| vision, stationed at Kaluga, but no
Information of the nature of the
trouble Is available, since there is a
strict censorship of all press dispatch
es since the dissolution of parlia
Dispatches to the Associated
Press telling of the trouble at Kiev
were turned over to the censor and
held from twelve to forty-eight hours
before being delivered.
Workmen at Moscow are restless
and twenty-two companies of Infan
try have been sent to that city.
Florence, Colo., June 19. -The
boiler of a
locomotive drawing a
freight train on. the Denver & IQo
Grande exploded near here today,
killing Engineer Thomas Wing. Fire
man O’Brien and Brakeman Cooch,
ORDER TO CLEAR
KILLED AND WOUNDEU
The five-masted schooner Louis,
Denver, June -9.—At the opening
the morning «etulon of-the pulUku. V* nv(l b>' tbg
lands convention today Fred P. John- pany,
l>ftny, from (irajnt
HarUnp x <w
son, secretary of the convention and Francisco, loaded with lumber, went
member of the executive committee, ashore at Farallone Island early this
announced that the work of the cre- morning, and tugs have gone to her
assistance, She carries Captain Hen-
ry Dyer and a <-rew of nine, but It is
believed all are safe.
The cook and three of the crew
have been landed by the tug Sea
Captain Dyer and five sea
men still remain on board.
22c up to $3.50
KOBERT L TA Y LOK.
Former governor of Tennessee
and new United States senator,
’tnown a« “Fiddling Bob.”
dentials committee was handicapped
by the indiscriminate Issuing of dele
gates' tickets, and declared that all
the work will have to be done over,
it being Impossible to separate the
accredited delegates from others
holding delegates’ tickets, who were
not entitled to them.
committee had entrusted to Mark
Woodruff, chief of the Pike’s Peak
forest reserve force, the duty of re
tig credentials and Issuing tlck-
ind by inuendo he is accused of
îpting to defeat the purposes of
the convention by issuing tickets to
supporters of the administration,who
were not accredited delegates.
NEU8 IN BRIEF'
The Albany Herald has been sold
to W. H. P. MacDonald and Y. G.
Freeman, of Sacramento.
That 12-year-old girl on a dairy
farm near Lake Ixibish who milks
24 cows twice dally la truly a dairy
maid of the geiinlne type
that overworking a person so young
In years’ asks the Salem Statesman.
The city council of Boise has or
dered 4* blocks- nearly four miles—
of street paving, which will cost near
At that place under
there will be 1 little If any difference
•on the co nt of bltuUthtc and as
ce has yet 'been
. and no
between the systems.
THOMAS LI. PAYNTER.
Former Kentucky judge who re
| cently hiteceeded Joseph C. S.
I Blackburn as United States sena»
of Plieblo. The train was wri- ked
and the track torn up for several
Salem, Or , June 17. The follow EIGHT EMI’IM ES
IN.ll RED IN WREl K
ing applicants to
practice in the
courts of the state were admitted to
Spokane. June 19.—The Spo
day in the supreme court:
M. Alstrop, Held Bark. Jr.. E L. Uar- International Railroad suffert>d
non, Ixirenzo E Carter, Mark E
ar- first serious wreck In its history
ter, Virgil L. Clark, James E. Cralb, i night, when a freight train jumped
Della II Crigler, John E. Cronan, H. , the trank near Greenacres, I, SF*
Daniel, George Lloyd Davis, Charles ; Injuring eight employes
Wood de Graff, II L. DeArtnond. Waters may die. A defective rail is
Fred L. Everson, M H. Gehlhar, Sid-I said to be responsible for the a
ney Gordon, Frederick J. Cronhert, dent.
Thomas Alonzo Hayes, Andrew Han- |
sen. Elwood E. Hendershott, James '
G. Heltzel), Salem; Oliver M. Hickey, 1
C. V. Howard, Victor H. Jorgenson. |
George J. Jones,
L. Johnson, |
Claude David Livingstone, G. W. Me- ;
Arthur, Allen H. McCurtain, Frank
Lane Mathews. !
Wilson C. Nicholas, ’09, a Port
I Andrew R Marker, Salem; James'
Moore, Thomas M Morris. Oak No- | land student at the university, was
Ian, T A. Ogorman, E M. Orth, Hugh today awarded the Bennett pile of
L. Parcel, Vancouver; Thomas M. Pe. | 125 for the best essay on American
ters, William James Pendergast Al- principles of government. Nicholas'
exander G. Riddell.
M II ton D.
essay dealt with transportation and
Schmitt, Roy 8. was very well written
Searle. William B. Shively. Jr., Geo. Is quite an honor, and It Is rare
Fl Simpson, James C. Smith, Joseph a sophomore creates a paper that
K Starr. Chester A St udebaker.Flor- capture the first honors.
ence A. Sullivan, Frank E Swope, Al-
fred E Wheelock, F S Wilhelm, E
One day last week
D Williams. J W. Morton,
Fifty-1 wi •re shipped from Baker City
four took th' examination.