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THI TWIC1-A-WÏEK GUARD. 1UGINI, OR., MONDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1910
Only The Best Merchandise Money Can Buy—Consequently The Best Merchandise For Your Money
l'houi' M J 5
S. H. Friendly, lijé Leading Store
Fall Opening Sale
W. M. GREEN
• •• Wiliam, «tt»
The Proof of the Pudding is
Claiming damng«.» In the aunt <>f]
'"i for bfi'.uh of proim••
In the eating
And the proof of the good less of our Groceries
is in the kitchen
Every housewife who trades here soon learns that
she can depend on everything we serd to her
Don’t forget—this is first a safe grocery
| Mary Briggs, of Marcóla, ha« begun
I suit in th«" circuit court against i’red
Fl»cher, »r.. a well-known lumber-]
man of Marcóla, and a member of th«1,
! firm of Fischer Bro«.
1 about to start on a trip to (ler- ,
many nnd expect» to remain In Eu-I
rut»e for u year or more before re-! Eugen«* in a f«*w day», where »Io* haa
! turning home.
1 Miss Briggs' complaint In »ubatanc»]
] I» ns follows; At various tltne» dur
ing the year» 1*0* and I Pio. at Eu-
I gen«‘ and Marcóla, the plaintiff being
»ole and unmarried, at re«|uest of tli«.
j d. fendunt, ahe had promised to mar- phum for nn<>th<r buiigulo«« on Law-
ry hint, and at many and various rence street, between Went Kiev ell th
times th«1 date for the ceretn«>ny was and West Twelfth.
The bicyele thieve« »e«m to
set by the defendant and filially the
a liking for one whe«*l In I
date whs fixed for not later than Jul«
« It Henry, who was urrested I'hls Is th«. Iver Johnson" belo
15. 1910; that plaintiff, confiding In I
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th» defendant, has alway« »Ince re 1 last evening
$1.00 . 85c
$2.00 Vais. $1.65 Clean-up of Ladies’ Underwear. A full table of odd numhers
mained and Is still single, anil Is
$1.50. $1.25 $2.50 Vais. $2.10
ready and willing to marry the de I of not guilty ami is out on Zitto ball 'tinte®. The w h«’««l waa stolen f
to close out at, each..............................
fendant, and has repeatedly request
Bed Pillows. $1.00 values, at..................................
ed the defendant to k«« p his promise.
These are big values—Vests and Pants only.
I but that the defendant kept putting ducting the soft drink parlor at Went 'll «as *«'en by people llvlttt
libere <>n the corner of Käst T« rtk
| off the date, an«l even after purchas ' Springfield.
Big assortment of Blankets and Comforts at Special Prices Children’s Black Tights. Cotton and Wool, at
ing her wedding outfit h» postponed;
I land Patterson streets, but that
25' o off on a lot of Childrens Coats—25%.
Th® case of the State vs Alex Max Ing It was taken from there an
land put off the marriage, ami soon!
Ask to see our Reception Crepes and Saco Silks, the newest
after September 15, 1*10. th«, last well, of this county, vhnrged with se not t>e«'n »wn »litre. Th«* ali"
Good values and good materials: all sizes.
date set. th«» defendant left for Bay- duction. was dlamlaed In the circuit known among all the boy® und, Mr.
Fabrics for afternoon and evening dresses. Big assortment
court at Portland yesterday, on ac renili “nd II i« uiiiik.-iv ti> i
Red and White Tams—just the thing for school wear. at. I field. Wis . without g:\in.- plaintiff count
of no corroborativo evidence. b® kept In the city without I
of evening shades at, the yard................................
his address or Informing her that he
was about to leave her, ami only up Chief of Police Earrington and other seen.
turned recently to dispose of hi« In JCugvne wltneaea In lite caso return
termit In th«< Fischer • Lumber Com ed from there this mornlug
pany for cash; that defendant nowj
tells plaintiff that he Is about to go, J. A Martin today instituted suit
to Europe for a year’s travel. L. M In the circuit cou’t against Mrs. Km-
Travis is atioreny for th«- plaintif ma F. Walton. Ml*» Ada Oslo
in th® case.
ton and Miss Pauline Walton, to de
clare a certain tax deed to Zitos K
ery twenty minutes, as before, This acres of land In section* Id and 17.
Knox went to Portland today for a
makes a fifteen minute service for township 17 south of range tl West,
— "■ ” city from the farm near Junctl. n to-1 ***®<®**®ww®>®«®®®-®®*®'®® points
between the business district void. G. F Hklpworth Is attorney for
F. L. Scott, of Raymond. Wash., day.
und the University. The College Hill thu plalutlf'.
; T F is transacting
business in Eugene for E. King Handerson was a passen
car will continue on Its old sched
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a few days
ule. making the round trip every half
Mr. FriM-man. of Franklin, was In F
Miss Marguerite Egan went to Sa- land.
hour. This new arrangement -puts the city today. He says the H. P.
Alton Hampton returned today
Miss Myra Loveridge is visiting in lem last evening to spend the wee*k
(From Saturday's Daily Guard.
more cars on Willamette street.
from a business trip to Cottage
I surveyor® ar«, now working between
^»»1« Anna. <'a! . Hept
’ . end at
Franklin and Elmira, »»eking a pa«» Mlaa Viola H«nn». formerlj
Miss Gladys Croner, of Portland, Grove.
A. Tidd, of Wendling, is here tor •j i
Albany Democrat: Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. C. A. Bonnett is on her way
Those in charge of th«« reception over th«' mountain» by way of El- KP„„i #11,| John I, William
[ who has been visiting here, has re
a few days.
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to Ukiah, Cal., where her mother is ¡visit
to the -----
new students at uv.uerva
the High, mlra. To build from Junction City w(|| r<«Me al l-o* Ang»l
A. Nilsson, of Lowell, was in Eu- turned home,
with their son in Lebanon and, school
last night were bothered oyi
by! I to the coast over that route would n„(ll,r,.ro«.nte <>f th» liiarrl«
Martin Miller went to Portland very ill.
gene over night.
Dr. J. F. Titus arrived home this! j went to Salem. Mr. Clem is a for-!;l number of students
« ..«* « endeavor-
uu' Brur | be much further than to build from, jug| (HH,n rwhol in Eugen«
D. M. Purkerson was in Junction i last evening, after visiting at home
Xie ed to steul the ice cream, and who fi.i
morning from a vacation in Douglas ( , la ...... __.
for a few days.
• ■ •
on business today.
is now - a -U,_.
assem nally made away with one of the big
J. W. Kibby, of Wendling, was in
At in« Hotel Grigg». Octoh
Rev. M. C. Wire will now look af :
Washington, today, where he will | W. M. Renshaw arrived home last! small farm near Eugene, and is look packers. Au effort is being mad«« to
the city over night.
discover the Identity of those taking ter hl« prune orchard al Newberg' i l*in. at lo a m . Benjamin Ja.
evening from an outing at Foley'
H. A. Brattain, of Paisley, is in visit for a time.
He ; of Walker, and Mlaa Ida Türkei at
part for this kind of rowdyism must and look after other Intrrwli
Mrs. C. B. Dillard and children Springs.
the city for a few days.
oe stooped. The boys must learn i has been placed on the retired Hat ( i Macinaw, Jude» llryaon ufficiali t-
Porter Boner, or Sauvies Island, so well he may remain there.
Audrey Close returned from a visit went to Canby, Oregon, today, where
there is no difference ln the theft of] at a «alary of |3oo and with his p--r
they will locate
below Portland, is in the city, on
at Creswell yesterday.
A big counter for lunches was In p . freexer
“rZ..lm\ , Uh.l
l.K _ '!
•»"’'’le Will be In a position to1 '
Al the hum® <>f J B Ig-wla In Col
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Mrs. Emma Balch went to Port
Mrs. H. Venske, of Cotage Grove, business.
*r “m than
'h0 enjoy life
He has fought a good
tage Grove. Hept ZS. 1*10. al 8 p
J. H. Yates leaves in the morning stalled at the Theatre Cafe, hereaf taking of so much money.
was an arrival here on the early
land today for a visit.
ter to be known as Ed’s Place, this
for Los Angeles after a business visit afternoon.
fight end retire® from the active mln-1 Erneat W Oberg, ut Adam» < unti
S. B. Koeller, of Wendling, spent train this morning.
Mrs. A. C. Dickinson left today for in Eugene.
, Nebr . and Mlaa tguilae A llur Il< k
last night in the city.
The reward notice placed in The ' Istry » ith a splendid record.
Misses Lettie and Frances Casteel . > Trenton, N. J., to see her mother,
I (he Rev Frank H Bunch offl< l.itlax
The body of the small son of Mr.
M C. Goodenow and crew of rock|
who is very ill there.
to Cottage Grove this afternoon to
are visiting at Irving.
proprietor of the Fisher laundry, of
and Mrs. Herman Miller from Oswe fering
to the person who would re ; rrushet workers left today for Deer-
•j.1 visit their son.
Miss Madeline Harding, of the U.
W. H. Adams, of Portland, Is reg-,
Al thè home of thè bride at lax-
of O., went to Silverton last evening -! C. L. Weber, the Creswell mer go came up on the afternoon train turn the papers and books taken I horn, rhere they will be engage«! per al S p . tu . . September
istered at the Smeede.
Mrs. F. N. Olson, of Wendling, is] to spend the week end.
!1 chant, . was
-j over night,
from the safe a few nights ago by 1 during 'he fall getting out county mim Florence
in the city for a few days.
Mrs. F. Portwooc left today for re^8te.red at the Osburn.
robbers who blew up the safe, had road mat -rial. Thev have been sta
ata- W Walsh. Itev J S McCallum, uf
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Finnegan have Roberts City, South Dakota, after a 1 Fred Wilson and wife of Rainier, lows cemetery.
its result this morning when a small tioned southwest of the city with on« Eugene, officiatine.
returned from Roseburg. r
visit with friends here.
1 Ore., . —
for a a few days,
papers to Mr. Fisher of the county crushers during the
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J. F. Berger, of Santa Rosa, Cal.,
Miss Esther Carson and Miss Al- having arrived
•«-- ,5. They were found summer.
6ea Hawley dent to Salem yesterday ?*
the under the sidewalk on Olive street,
is visiting friends in Eugene.
Best, of Portland, went t Methodist church, has been secured
J. P. Caruthers, of Irwin, Pa., was to spend the week end.
«*•"■ and were Intact
! ; to
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Burn* have
f r»»" a a ant-ll
an arrival in the city last night.
Geo. N. McLean and wife are home ter visiting Mrs. P. B. Burton,
is ’ arrived here
Mrs. Thomas Smith returned today from the upper Rigdon ranch on the I 7'~
missing. The —
Murray left this after- would be
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vacant. It was only this they were of
| noon for her home in Chciago, after
headwaters of the Willamette.
from a visit at Cottage Grove.
no value and placed
' afternoon that
.. was ,v«
___ _ them there.
Mrs. O. W. Hurd
T' .1 and daughter, a visit with her daughter here.
Mrs. A. W. Rae and granddaugh
At Crow. Hept I», IS|0, to
th*lr car of household I
arrived ; in
ter, Virginia Rae. after a visit at Marguerite, of Florence,
I P« abody and wife, a daughter A H.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter French, of On Rev. Abbett could be here.
the home of R. Rae and family In
tario. Or., after a visit with relatives
A girls’ glee club is to be organiz arrive. They will buy a farm near th»
Ralph H. Dunlap, of Seattle, repre
Bert Samue, of Altruras, Cal., v
Eugene, left this morning for their
was in Eugene, left for home today.
In Eugene, Hept ZZ. 1*10. to J..bn
at the I’niversTty which wll cor city and make thi» county
home in Omaha.
». I Miss Effie Goldson returned home
and wife, a daughter.
Mrs. E. D. Simons went to Port
monthly magazilne, is in town. He spect. except that the slub will make|
land today, where she will locate.
to Harrisburg last evening, after a a visit with relatives in Eugene.
| I will
«m write an article on Eugene for no trip outside the city The girls, of'
In Eugene, Sept Z®, 1*10. to lien*
Pollce Officer Bonney
Jos. Brannan, of Newberg, is here visit with Mrs. I. Valentine in Sprinf-
Will F. Smith of Minneapolis, is the
the magazine and will use several whom there are over 40 who are anx< from Portland la»t night t
was jatnln Jeffers and wlf®, a son.
looking around for a new location. field.
a T gnest
lous to tak)- part, will mwt I'.irlv th«, only Eugene wltn«»»» examined nt
---- — — ..... auu .nr». | illustrations,
Mrs. G. R. Taylor of Meadville Pa.,
Judge and Mrs. L. T. Harris re- J. »r
M. Shelley, 106 East 11th street. | | illustrations,
Hampton block Including the new next week to organize. The work Is the Maxwell trial yenterday and wa»
September 3 4, 1910. at Junction
an arrival in Eugene
yesterday. I turned last evening
from their out-
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_________ ______ OIIV, XJ1 lJVAirr,
being undertaken by Miss Ethel Pol-i discharged.
Th«* other» from Eu I City, to Mr. G. O. Fisher, a daugb-
D. Darrow went
weDt to Al-1 ! F ing
at McKenzie I 3ridge.
They have leave
< t * the morning
•*--- f for San Fran
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AZXWX «WZWW1A «AW
and. the new teacher In vocal music| gen». Including Sheriff Bown, chief te?.
banv yesterday afternoon on a visit, j been gone several weeks.
* li. , they
""" visit ai
Brodie of Irving, was shop-i
Miss Constine Cartwright, of Sa cisco
Some of th3 unwary High school In the University School of Music.i of Police Farrington. W. W Purdv.
O f t O9*T1 AOTT
The purpose of the club will be to furl Cha». W. Evan* and other» will !.<•
nina I in Viirrnna
lem returned home last evening af-
30. 1910, to
n— in by a few so-] nlsh music at the »eskiy assemblies| back tonight or In the morning.
- . --
• ■ * has ter visiting her sister. Miss Gladys, saker.
Hammand - (not
William Buchanan, a
left on a business trip to Minneapo who is attending the University.
hen they first
who for th" past,
Charles Hadley and James Hartley the city for a few days, leave» in the entered the High
________ 1 and a couple ment. hTe club, as soon as it Is well!
, of the first
organized, will give an initial enter month ha» been with the S
Ross Mathews, the Thurston mer will leave Monday morning on the morning for his home at Mapleton.
At the General hospital In Eugen*.
E. C. Towne, or Junction
a crowd of appreciative tainment or concert at the Eugene i Friendly »tore, ha» resign««! hl» po
1 lin,j «•» 30. 1*10, tu L. G Brubaker
chant, was in the city on bualnes to- stage for Mapleton o na hunting and' Kans.,
fishing expedition along the Siuslaw.
, «Itlon to tnk" effect Octotter I. anti] pound* wife, a ion. weighing nine
.i.------- «-------‘______ t tne grandstand in the
roundings with a view to locating. city park last night.
I ha» accepted hl» old position with the]
Stacey M. Russell and wife, of
Brownsville Woolen Mill Store Mr I --
Springfield, were in
(From Friday’s Daily Guard.)
“ho have been visiting: The
» >■» P., E.
E. will begin laying day for H. J. Stockton, from Oak Bang« Is coni'ldered a í-n'^mpe-i
WOMAN SEEKS DAMAGES
J. W’. Owen Is up from Portland today. H. Fisher, went to Roseburg ovcel
E. Erie Lane, of Walla Walla,
tent clothing man. having
»pringrteld next Monday land, Cal.
CDAM i •- —* *
Wash., was an arrival
the Brownsville »tore ever »Ince It
I when Construction Superintendent
FROM J. M’ TALLEY
Hays - of
Oscar Gorrell and wife went to ■ r*lxrz»zi
I opened in Eugene, with th«« exception
I— ___ ------ ----
arrived in Eugene this morning to ^r^w of men on Mill street. Manager] !?.
to- i of the past month.
* . Oakland
Mrs. Alex Mathews hps returned Oakland today.
Claim« Eighth Street Grocer
declared this afternoon
C. H. Hanson went to Oakland to- visit at the home of Frank Getx hell. O’Connor
home from a several weeks’ visit at
«.Heir uousenoid goods out to-
and ‘ family.
day on business.
Spoiled Sale of Her
P. W. Betzer arrived here Into Springfield before the
Mrs. J. R. Knox and Miss C. B.
W. C. Billings of Lorane, waB in ¡this
- - -
rounding a curve on a down-grade In
morning from Los Angeles and'H
the city over night.
A marriage license was granted the southwestern part of the city this
local for the;
this forenoon to Benjamin Jackson, forenoon about 11 o'clock, ran Into
Mrs. L. M. Wright went to Walker ■ «
Mnhawv valley on
cn a visit.
L. j . Martin and V
__ of Walker, and Miss Ida Tucker, of
is afternon to visit.
Mra. Emma llaggett today Inatltut-
,an.d W’ yesterday
L. Smith were
a farmer'» wagon and
E. E. Hyland is in the city from' caught ”
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Ik. - ••d milt In the circuit court agaln’t
Architect John Hunzlcker was In | i Lowell
FADS AND FASHIONS t Creswell
ed, attempted to ero»« i th«> trnck in' J M Talley, who owns and conducl*
Wright leaves in the morning for! possession out of season. They were
Miss Josephine Brooks went 7° I , the
Stage passengers booked for Mon front of the car. crGnii
la grocery store at the corner of Wet
day are the following: W. G. Nes Its speed and the cr.
today on a visit.
It» misjudged] Eighth and Washington street« f"r
ear struck th«> wn- Z2!i00 dnmnge» because of aleged In-
mith, to Blue River, and Charles
C. A. Hawkins of Cottage Grove,
was an arrival in Eugene this after- Pleaded guilty, each being fined $25 Hadley and James Hartley to Maple gon just behind the »»;
was in Eugene over night.
(Continued from Page 2.)
seat. Neither, terfereme in the sale of her furni
I noon to locate in Springfield with,and CO8t8- The arrest was made by
J. C. Herstine of Oakland. Or., is,her
i were Injur-1; ture, She alleges in her complaint
that she Is an Invalid, and In ord< r
tfful things that Dame Fashion offers in the city for a few days.
The a Guard
Fitzgerald of Salem, is here
from , vicinity.
for the delectation of her followers for R. a J.
to obtain money she arranged to sell
Th«» Athenians nt
R. D. Pope, of Junction City,! I ' Ing
day or so on business.
her household goods to the “Ch' ip
end make a positive, unalterable
met Thursday nnd * orgnnlz«*d
and Miss Esther Ottoe. of Dorris.'
.1 and el
choice at first sight. The expert, of In the city for Goring of Salem, Is Cal.,
«•cted the following offt icer» for thsI John’’ store on West Eighth Street,
cours». knows her strong points and-
but that Talley told the pro|>riet"i«
Mrs. Pope's mother, Mrs. J. A. Rich- of Rev. H. L. Bates, v.-'o is principal 1 soon.
new year: President, P»n
E. J. Sutton
v.as an ardson.
Pearl Powrie; I of the store that If they bought th*
her physical shortcomings as well, so arrival on last of Florence.
Tualitan academy, of Forest
i vice-president, Nellie Cox; secretary,,
ft is possible for her to select what
Grove, and v ho was the first pastor j
’ . ’
vlH1[ Ht thp Esther Miller; treasurer,
goods they would surely get Into
Williams - V»s
she knows to be best for her. But the DE.
of the Eugene Con»jregatlonal church
,)f o j c,rr)e at Mnrrolai tiaR man;
parliamentarian. Ml«» Erd- trouble. making them believe that
city over night on business.
she is a rara avis, even In this age
come« In on the local tonight. He home foJ
h)g r famllv
nt . n
ci- ., and
. .. th 1 „y at the Minturn: »erg«'ant-at-nrms. Ellznbeth] the plaintiff does not hold title to • •»**
E. D. Ix'wis. of Yreka, Cal., was an
of clever women. The woman with arrival
will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A.I
further alleges that sh*
Schoemaker; «dltor, Ruth France»'
.... goods. -----
____ miu int
a limited dress allowance, on the oth
E. Wheeler and will preach tomor
to »ell th
will tnont. The Athenian society Is E one
..........ae good« to H 'I
er hand, realizes that she can spend ,
row In his old pulpit. Cordial lnvl-
i the student iKidy^enterprla®® to which
business In Eugene today.
and Talley again «poll'd
so much, so she must select the mo-] acting
all of the High school girls should l>e-| 'lamage
owiem Journal: Three more can- friends of the church to hear him.
Stutesman of Salem, is in the] dldates
The Ladles’ ’ Aid oociety
Hhe claims (1000 actual
for nomination to public of-
del which can be duplicated to the ( B. tor
a few days on business.
—> and 11500 punltlv® diimage.
-•— a - Zlner
. ... ..I' Greenmun
best possible advantage in less ex-( city
A Hlattery are her attor
Jesse Bounds arrived home on the
the evening of October 21. Ti
pensive materials and trimmings.
The Amlcltlan Boclety of th» High neys.
afternoon train from a trip south. e have filed their statements of expen- G. A. R. were entertained at a silver will be announced later. Thia
The general impression left by a
with the aecre- tea by Mrs. Peppard, assisted by Mrs. for the benefit of the building fund.
Henry Fischer, a Marcóla lum- ses
tarv of of the
ii« will be tchool held It» flr»t meeting Thur» PRUNE EVAPORATORS
tour of the smart shops Is a melange bermanf
Attorney- Mary Heller and Mrs. Carrie Skinner,
?ta‘e- they being
day, Sept 2!> It was a very auc<<- «-I
a **» — —
:i_, was in the city over night.
of velvet, fur. brodure designs, em
for re-noml at the fine new home of Mrs. Peppard
ful m*«.tlng and a large number of'
Mrs. Roma McCully and son have
broidery In beads, dull metallic
r ' ”’ returned to Halsey after a visit here. nation: Judge W. L. Bradshaw, of at 454 West Fourth street.
Very ed all day today by tardy taxpayers.!officers
crowd ] students «
DESTROYED BY FIRE
jere there. The following]
threads, bugles and silks of beautiful
teAiititoi i i Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gordon have eastern Oregon, for re-nomination; .pretty decorations were used. The
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ware el«»cted for the aemes-
Oriental colorings, stripes of all gone to the coast for a short outing. and Judge J. W. Hamilton, of Rose- afternoon was spent in social conver- Today and Monday
the last day»1 ter: Prealdent,
Or., Hept. Z«.— Three
Bert Iximbard; vlce-
on which taxes can be paid wit
thu Soa8t for a "hörröuttog”
kins, equlsite silk and well mixtures, I 8°w
without ) president. Bob Prosser;
second vice- prune driers destroyed within n pet-
H. M RodKcF. of Rolln. N. M , burg, for re-nomlnation. Attorney- scation. An elaborate luncheon was having a penalty and paid
rough, soft, loose woven woolens; was an arrival in Eugene last night. General Crawford says his campaign served by the hostess, and there were tached.
at- president. E. P~—
‘>d of 3« county.
hours la Th««
one d«1 I »- ”
■wonderful supple silks of satin fin
Mr». E. E. Scarborough, of Cres- expenses
ut, Judge aggregated a total of $328.- forty present at the enjoyable occa-
ish. fantastic little hats, banked with well, was in the city todav shopping, travagant
01, Judge Bradshaw expended the ex-,slon.
■- - An troyed win on the farm of Georg®
At the Fairmount Presbyterian critic, Mar»h ssitre*
flowers, or towering high with erect-
derson Baker; parliamentarian. Paul Bacon at Wilbur. This occurred I«*1
Mrs. Jos. A. Ruey of Canton, Ill., travagant »urn of |1 and Judge Ham-I
¡Jenkins; »ergeant-at-arma, Jo® Par- Monday night. On Tuesday morning
standing plumes, big hats, low a»d was an arrival In Eugene this------- ilton says he did not expend a single|
a a,n *•.*.
K,e| The new schedule of the streetcar will preach to the young people on
and exquisite «r.n.
* , u efforts expend
? I - ’if
the lines -vent into effect this morning. “The Secret of Power." Illustrating ]ker; artist. Win. IZaley.
Neal McCall's drier at Edenbower
accessories of dresB.
J. L. PeterRon, of Sarramonto. Cal.
J1* *la8 Hlled for The Fairmount Heights and cemete- the sermon with stereopticon views.
was burned to the ground, «nd n sim
comes to study the show in
an arrival In Eugene this morn-
Pa8t ■ «eaT8l ,<e 'H a ,lprno,’’rat ries car now run» down town mak- All are invited.
The Y. W. C. A. of the High achaol ilar fate befell John Baker's drier itt
however, this confused impression
• | been
who > has also jng the round trip every half hour,
-nnrPBitnn , Ing.
on is the
gave a reception to all the girls In Winston Tueaday night. Th«‘ Io®».’''
takes on more definite forms.
, J. W. Pixley atd son are In the | sprouted.
been on the I—eh since Mt. Hood and the Springfield cars make the
Roseburg News: Miss McAlester, the school building this afternoon aggregate about |«0()0. Fire t«*>
Ltrips every half hour Instead of ev- who has been employed as chief op The whole school will tender a recep I weeks ago destroyed Morris Welter «
erator at the local telephone ex tion this evening to the freshmen. It drier at Bedenbower. In all four in
change for several months, leaves for Is at the«p event» that every »tudent stances the fires seem to have orgl-
ia expected to make himself acqualnt- nated from a defective construction
A Complete showing of New Fall Garments in the Ladies’ Suit Department
Immense showing of the New Long Coats, all broad cloth and mixtures, prices
from $5.00 to $35.00
In Suits we are showing the very best styles and values
that money can buy. Large assortment ot the new style furs, beautiful shawls
both single and muffs to match, all prices* Special prices on all wool sweaters
this week, full assortment, all sizes.
25 c« 30c. 35c
French Nainsook and Lawns, full 36 inches wide, 25c and 35c values at 15c the yard
Remember the Price is Forgotten Long Before the Quality of Good