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EUGENE, OREGON, SATURDAY
JULY 20, 1901.
I Kpecial to tlie G uard .
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A da , Ohio, July 16.—Students at the Ohio Normal
II niversitv rioted at the commencement exercises today.
! 1 lie juniors were victorious at the exercises and this en-
i raged the seniors. Shots were fired and two juniors were
wounded. Deputies have been sworn in to restore the
I peace. The feeling among the students is very bitter.
PUBLIC WANTS FACTS.
Special to tbe Guard.
L ondon , July 16.—Great dissatisfaction is expressed at
General Kitchener’s censorship of press reports.
openly stated that they have been colored in favor of Eng
lish troops, when in most instances the Boers have been in
the saddle and have routed their opponents. The public
press says: “The public wants the real facts of the recent
campaigns and are going to have them. We have stood
this scandalous censorship already too long.”
WEEKLY EUGENE GUARD
OFFICE Eaet side ot Willamette street, be
tween Seventh and Eighth streets
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Special to the Guard.
CAMPBELL BROS., Publishers
M anila , July 16.—Insurgent General Aguino, respon-
sible for the murder of five captive soldiers of the Twelfth
Infantry has been sentenced to imprisonment for life.
Many native murderers have been hanged.
RAIN FELL TODAY.
Special to the Guard
Paid up Cash Ca-Ual S5O OOO
K ansas C ity , July 16.—Rain fell over an area of
eighty miles around here today and the temperature is
lower. An inch of rain fell in Eastern Nebraska and
Western Iowa. Many think the prayers offered up were
responsible for the change in the weather.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Done on r»M?u*Ue terms.
. .50 1 drafts on Chicago, San I\ancieco and Port
Bills of exchm ee »’Ion foreign conntiiee.
Depieite received subject to check or certifi
Advertwine rates made known on application cate of deposit.
■ Special io the Guard.
All collection» entrunt xi to ci* will receive
Address all business letters to THE GUARD,
pp -nipt attention
T G H xnt 'UCKS,
S B E akin ,
P. E. S noikibass ,
I.. II. P otter
Bun ■ 1’irchased the office and fixtures of
tbr Ute deceased W V Henderson. I am
1 « prepared to do anything in the line of
Dentistry in the above said office.
SFCruwn and bridge work a specialty.
Loans Savings Bank
J 3 LUCKEY,
Clock«, Watchee, Chains, Jew
■^Repairing promptly done.
WAll work warranted.
Office One-half block south ofl’i.-un
Franti, O bioor .
Y C WOODCOCK,
N ■ MARK LET
W” ALTON * OVERTON,
ACTED ON FAVORAOLE TERMS-
0. A. PtlkE.
W. W. BROMI
Will practice in all the courts of the state.
Office- In Walton Block.
E ugeni , O rbgon .
j Special to the Guard.
M anila , July 16.—Insurgent General Gebarro and
seventy men surrendered at Legaspi today.
7,400 MEN OUT.
P ittsburg , Pa., July 1G.—The strike is still on.
. 7,100 men are out.
50,000 MEN IDLE.
Estsbllshsd la iati. Olds»«
Bank in the County.
W ilkesbarre , Pa., July 16.—Stationary fireman strike
stops all coal mines in Wyoming valley. Fifty thousand
men are idle,
PENNANT OF TIIE OREGON.
Special to the Guard.
PHYSI'TAN AND SURGEON.
0®« U pitaits in Chrisman Block.
A <4 HOVEY, Pr**ident
L. G. LULIN, < '-bier.
B M LOVEY. A»«t < aahier.
•^Hour«: 9 to 11 » m; 12 to 2, 6 to 9 m. p
LIN ERY ST a BLES SOLD.
To th« mm th*» «*y« ’‘••“J
rn.”wh t’tike » whsel *P*rt
s.n-1 put it in »'"d working
„rim Only ths Expert with
the proper tooissa« doit well
rthou'd not be
re » a't-tnpta
t,-..irw< ’ • . —
your Wheel l»*ks old
"Ut ot order
:.»v- It • * '•
cam will be tritling.
We have four Experts
\bo FtapUr *I>.| M»anfsrtnre Bicycle«. C«mp»t ' ’ »»<’«'
, . Mexico,
Uiwvi. K K
•»pwwaoe. We tin . repair ffUM.Md eewi>< Machine«.
Barker Oun Works. J
It.lly Uusrd July IS
' apeclel to ths Guard.
Last night between the hours of 10:30
* K AtiU’AY, July 11,—Tbe Skagway
and 11 o'clock tlis Ping Vang school Daily News of yesterday baa this:
house, ou the Mohawk, 12 miles
Those wb<> expected a blghiy sensa
northeast of Eugene, was almost com tional trial when George M Miller was
pletely demolished by an txplo loti of brought before Judge Neblbiede today
dynamite. I’heexplosive was placed Wei« woefully diaapjo uted. The case
under the organ in (tie aoutbwe«i cor ! of the famous ttag-pmirr j romised to
ner of the bull ng. The oigan, . «be
ts ’cime of great hilt n atloual interest.
desks, and all oUn r furniture aud ap- Now it 1« a mere m-tier of history for
PHratus were blown to atoms, |*
‘ha | tlie case was dismissed at the request
floor and sleepei s of the building were and cost of ttie prosecution. Still it
completely splintered, it».- sides i f the
was a victory for Mr Miller ami the
building were blown out and all that patriot« of Mkagwny will feel duly
remains 1« the roof with part of the gratified aud jubilant.
frume work to support it.
Duly a few persons were present at
This is the fourth attempt made to the time set for the hearing. Neither
destroy this school house.
First an Mr Hawkins nor Mr Busby were there
attempt w as made to luru it; about though the former bad been sub|oened
three yea's ago dynamite was used
as soon as he arrived today. Attorney
and the building wss considerably Jeui Inge, for Mr Hawkms, paid the
damaged, the bem-lies, etc, destroyed;
coats, winch amounted to $19.15 and
and again about a yeat and a half ago tbe case was dismissed. Mr Miller’s
dynamite was placed mi the organ and fare from Porcupine was also handed
explodeit tint not much damage was him. Miller shook hands with one or
the result. This time, however, the
two friends and left tbe court room.
fiend who is so bent on demolishing Mr Miller has gone to tbe Porcupine
the building was more successful than mines to develop his claims.
at any previous attempt.
The Ping Yang scnool bouse was
built aotiie six or seven years ago al a
cost of $400 er $5oO, It being about
25x30 feet in dimensions and a good
What the P.-I. Says of Our New
I uildlug for Its class. Il contained
about $75 worth of apparatus. Just
before it was buiit Hie district wee
divided aud there was considerable
Neattie Pont-Iutelligencer: Dr A T
trouble over the location of the new Bechdolt is well known among educa
building. One fa< tlon wanted It In tors throughout Washington aud the
one place and und aimlliir wanted it Northwest. During the past five years
somewhere else. It was finally built he |ias been a member of the faculty
on its preseut site, but there has been of the «rate university, from which In
constant dispute in tlist locality over stitution he eavered his connection
last spring. He occupied the chair of
the matter ever since its erection.
Ths sheriff was notitlsd of the ex English and English literature while
plosion this morning and be will look at the university ot Washington.
into the matter and do all he can to Prior to taking a position in that in
find the guilty patty or partlee. Kus- stitution he was professor of English
plclon points tooertaln persons as tile and Anglo-Haxon at the university of
perpetratorsot the crime, but no tangi North Dakota. He lias had long ex
ble clew ol their guilt can be obtained. perience In public school work, having
been superintendent of schools at
Mankato, Minn, for a period of over
of an oak tree and as It fell he wan
«truck by one of the hrauchea nnd fell
several feet Co the grouud. The left
arm was crushed into a shapeless
ma«« and several bruleee were rewived.
Dr Fallin, of thia place, and Dr Devore,
of Canyonville, were summoned and
amputated the arm near the shoulder.
The sullerer, who la quite an ol 1 man,
h getting aloug as comfortably BN
could be expected from so severe BIA
Court House Items.
Assignment of mortgage
Transfer of mortgage__ _
strike of the memtiers of the Amalga
mated Assoclatioa employed In the
tinplate, sheet and I1003 mills, which
was ordered Kalurday l ight as a result
of the disagreement bet ween the con
ferences of the Unit«! States Bteel
Corporation atrl the Amalgamated
A-sociatlon w s generally observed to
day. In the Pittsburg district the
skilled workmen who are under con
trol of the union failed to put In an
appearance, or. If they did go to tbs
mill«, It was merely as spectators, and
with no intention of w o king.
Bio D ay
W oodukn .-Saturday
100 00 August 3rd will be a big day at Port
150 00 land. The Woodmen of the World
will assemble on Mount'1 abor and io*
400 00 dulge hi atliletlu spott«, drill, by
lluely utliformeil degree team«, etc.
RBAI. KHIATK THANVKfta.
I. It Hanson ami Marie II siihoii to This will all be opened Io II.e public.
Joseph C Ensley 17.04 seres iu Ip 17 » r At night In a deep raviue on the
mountain, l(MM) candidates will be In
4 w, 42,200
Jasper G Hlevens ami Minnie (4 itiated. Noue but Woodmen will get
Htevens to It A Booth, lots (J A 7 Idk 2 a peep at thia. Thousands of Wood
Hliaw's ad to Eugene, corner Eleven til men will attend this mammoth log
rolling and Initiation. It will be the
and Mill street«, $1000.
biggest event In the history of Port
land. A good many Eugeuu chopiiers
The Blue lllver Mining Co vs CH will probably attend.
Park. To enjoin defendant from en.
taring upon prop« riy or destroying
To TIIK L akkh —C H Male, Dr
property of plait.lit! and for damages,
Cleo Wilson, W It Mackay, P B Gif
aud 11 L
Ill the matter of the estate of Wiu P the Arlington Club of Portland,
Nichol.*, deceased. Appraisers L W arrived in Eugeue lust ulglit and left
Brown, Geo W Kinsey ami Chas M tor Odell lake and the Descbuttee
Kissinger tile Inventory showing value country this afternoon on a hunting
of estate to be $183.25.
and fishing trip. They will return
home by the The Dalles route. It took
H icyci . ihth HoMK.-l^xinard Hlratglil
three teams to take their outfit, in
•nd Cbarlt-s Miller arrived Liorna on
cluding three flue cauoes, and the
their bicycle« today from • trip to
teams sre being driven by Ashley
Portland,Antoría and other Willamette
Wood Blaii.e and Roy Bales.
Apportionment of County Schoo
Number of children In Lane county
Hon H B Miller has written for this between the age« of four and twenty,
paper a very Interesting account of a according to aebool clerks’ reports,
Visit t > S Chinee* locub.tlng ewtabll»li- 7549; to each child la apportioned $2.
It is well known that tbe a total of $15,008 Ls«' year the num
ita , G Gr.swsellslbe Mlune-ota livery ' Egyptians have prarlioetl artificial in ber of children »»« 7 <2. The gain In
statile«, St th® w *r of F,ith. “Dd cubation from Urns Immemorial, but It children ••« 187.
Will.mHt. .treeta. to KF aud Loren will proi’.tdy tie new. to everv reader
N*w pAwiRNokH B atic .— Tbe pa«.-
Wooley, tbe purcba-e price being of this p»p*r that the Cblnew have
ilone tbe same. Tt>eCbln>ee method ' «tiger rate from Eugene to Kan Fran
,3Tbe parebaae include, tbe building appear, to be quite similar to the cisco, after nextHuud.y will be 420 for
and the lot on which it .lands, front E.gyptian, and tbe percentage of erg« tint ciase anil $1 50 Pu' in.n; tourist $15
ing 50 feet on Wrilamette street. Tbi. batched In a Chln«we Incubator with j aod $1.60 addi llonai f <r sleaper. The t
out tbe aid of a thermometer, Is high prêtant rate is $211*5 ncludmg Pull
is a good piece of property.
Wooley Brother, ar. experienced .n enough to aroa«e the envy of th« av man f«V first t'lass anti $15 M. Includine
the livery buslnew. and no doubt will erage operator of the t«et of our »leeper, for tourist. The raise te lea.
machine.. No iban ex pentad.
make a succeee of it____________ _
American will, however, rare to under
B till I mpwoviro . Edgar Vestal,
• ting an Incubator
WILL W ait A NOTH «R Y BAR-On take the task of
who was pierced through the body
mt ■ f the «Irkneea of his wife and of the Cblneae j . u □.
with a pitchfork mins time alwee, ia
h lI1...fahd •»•• sr-atrity ®f building
D iri ,—Mi>a Evelyn Barton died at •till improving and I» sure to recover'
' .V^tta’ e’ the remodeling of I Jut.r'mn City Kunday. Hhe was IS He la at hie grandi.th»r’e, .Mr Bush'
y tara ..f afe *“<1 waa "•*l ukr*1 b> ***• Dali* i<;roaa lba ri'af.
I □»’• l * until next spring.
Woolev Brothers Purchase Geo. G
A deal > »bout completed wherein
S alem , Or., July 16.—Officers of the battleship, Ore
gon have arrived with the homeward-bound colors which
were presented to the state today at the state house. A
parade was one of the events of the day. Gov. G«er de
livered a brief addresB of welcome at the state house. Tbe
Hau- were run upon the capitol building and a salute was
fired by a Portland battery. The “Oregon’s” officers will
SCHOOL CHILDREN OF LANE.
be banqueted tonight.
General Banking business inali branches
transacted on fawiH# terns
W BROWN, M. D.
Over Employes of Tinplate, Sheet and
Hoop Mills Respond to Gall
Special to the G uard .
w I- CHESHIRE, M. D
Special to the Guard.
Drafts iMued on tbe principal cltle« of the
United Dteteii «nd foreign co-'Dtriee.
Interest allowed on I>e®and Certificate of
Deposit when left elated period.
Collections receive our prompt attention.
I Special t<* the Guard.
City and county Warrants bought.
F. W. OSBURN,
J E Simii.oiM, presld 'lit of the Great
West C<»al A Oil Co, with beadquarteis
at Portland, who for the past several
aeek» li*»« been exaini ilng the pros
pects lor oil hi 1 ,«ne c >i I'ty, aud whose
>nipmiv,HS an- Jiim.u ced in previous
Issue of the GUARD, a mid soon com-
mt lice to I m re for oil, wu seen this
afternoon st the Hotel I '. leene by a
It was learned that this company
has secured leases ou I. r.h iu difter-
ent prrt» < f Laue oouu y •ggisgstlng
over LSJ0 acres. The < ì•<> A Dorris ai d
N H U places, consisting of about SOO
acres, immediately sd| tilling Spring
field, w il’ 1st the scene it tirst opera
tions. A well will b sunk ou Mr
Hill’s place as ao<m a. >'ie machinery
which ha« tiesn orders«:, has arrived.
The company lias leu ed ahsut KKMI
acres on Bear creek, a branch of the
Coast Fork, abou1 12j tulles from
Kprlugtield, tracts near Natron, In the
Mohawk country and on Camp creek.
Tbe Indications ot the eXlstsnce ot oil,
in large quantities are good ou all of
three properties, especially eo ou the
Hill and Dorris farms near Hprlng-
tleld and in the Natron <4 strict, where
they are splendid. Prospects tor coal
on the Mohawk and on Bear creek are
also good, aud, Mr Kim nous says, It Is
the tut ntiou of Ills company to de
velop them along with the oil pros
All the properties ou which this com
pany had secured leases are easily ac
cessible, iu >st of them being only a
short distance from railroads. If oil
Is struck In paying qimi titles, which is
confidently expected, it will be easily
marketed, and It will revolutionize the
Mr riimmons will be at the Hotel
Eugene for several days, and says lie
will be glad to give anyone Interested
in the oil business any information on
Ohio, July 16.—Seven robbers wrecked MYRTLE CREEK ACCIDENT.
the Ressler-Ashbrooke bank here this morning at an early
hour. Four charges of dynamite aroused the citizens who Dr. Sumner's Arm Crushed and
surrounded the building. The robbers remained one hour.
Was Amputated Saturday.
Many shots were exchanged between the villagers and rob
bers. The bank lost only a small amount of money.
Myrtle Creek, July 15.—Dr H C Sum
ner met with a frightful accident
HUNG FOR HORSE STEALING.
Saturday. He wm cutting the top out
B utte , Mont., July 1G.—Fred Commo, l’eto Waller and
Bucking Bill were hung by a posse today near Judith,
Mont., for horse stealing.
Of Eugene, Oregon
Paid Up Cash Cap'll
The Great West Oil & Coal Co. Ping Yang School House Des The Flag Incident Complaint
troyed by Dynamite.
Secures Leases on Lauds.
GEO M MILLER FREE
All our Eonlash Silks, wide goods, new
colors, worth Tacts now 59cts; worth $1.00 now
Closing out all our Summer goods. Bargains
in SHIRT WAISTS to close out.
...Cool Shirts For Men !•••
New Golf Silk Front for W cts, a bargain
Nice shirts for $1.00and $1 .«50. New ties just
came. Business is good with us for this time of
the year. \\ •• have a good stock yet. We want to
von. 11 a vi* you looked at the vest- ami jackets
in our windows?