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EUGENE, OREGON. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1903.
FRiDAY, SEPT. 25
MACEDONIANS RICHARDS IS
It is the advancement from crudeness
to urban > * havior that has wiped out
baziug. it will be a thing of the past
iu thia University.
“The athletics of the school are in
the best of bauds. The prospects are
iudeed bright for success. The Uui
versify strives for success in every
thing, eveu ou the gridiron, and will
do everything to gain success. The
department of athletics is au import
ant department and will be improved
with the rest of the school.
“A st* p iu thia direction is the
added year which is required fur all
students. This makes two years ut
1 requited gymnasium work."
l i e president included iu his ad-
dr* -s wholesome advice to new «tu
dents regarding a division of their
time, their relation to the faculty,
the necessity of w nk, the economy
of effort and bis wish to make a
interesting assembly each week.
The Hist assemldy was a success.
A uumber of visitors from towu at
I Hiring the year many men of promt
nenoe are to address the students and
deliver lectures uu their special lines.
(Scripps News Askociati u.'
Washington, , D. U., Sept. 19—A
bullet in just issued Ly tbe depart-
meut of justice, which has been ex-
umiuing into the charges against
1 lilted States Marshal Frank Rich
«ids, accusing him of iiau'luleutly
Atrocities Go On Unabited in obtaining money from the -*i«'u President Campbell Addressed
Murderers Try to Hide Crime by
meut by claiming ownership <•'* the
the Students in a Pleasing
♦he Far East—The Terrible
Placing the Body on the
Nome jail and charging the govern
is the Terror of
ment rental, states that the accused
ottlcer is c* mpletely exotier-t* d. 1
Cleveland, O., Sept. 23.—The badly
The report is but a preliminary one
mutilated body of Miss Olive Rayl,
(Scripps News Association.)
aud details are lacking.
22 years of age, was found lying across
Washington, Sept. 22. —Communica The acusing witness s were un The first «»setuldy of the University
the Lake Shore Railroad track at the
students was held thia morning lie-
tions leciived from the Americau col able to substantiate the statements tween tlie hours of 10 and 11 o'clock,
eutrance of Gordon Park yesterday.
Lt was at first supposed that Alisa
onies iu Constantinople and other made concerning Richards's attempt | Prof. Johu Straub, of the department
had been killed by a train, but
places iu tiie Turkish empire, have to bribe tlie Nome Grand Jury when of languages, conducted the exei
later tlie police stated tliat au iuves
been received by the state depart the iuvestigat lou of Nome frauds was
tigatiou develoiaal that the girl hail
j uounced the iiivocntiou and Mrs.
meut. The tone of each of these dis in progress.
been murdered aud the laxly placed
Susie Fennell Pipes played a violiii
tbe track, where I a train had
patches is decidedly alarming. They
Tbe investigation into the affairs of solo, which was encored.
cut it iu two.
say that the powers will finally have District Attorney Grigsby have not
Tbe moat important p:t*l of the as
Alisa Rayl lived with bur brother,
sembly was tbe initial address by tbe
to intercede to prevent a terrible war. been completed.
Dr. W. L. Rayl, iu Gleuvllle, a su
They also give the information
P. L. Campbell, whoae second year A Lane County Pioneer-..Promi- burb. She was handsome and highly
that at Burghas, Eastern Koumania,
respected. Thus far tbe case M en
at tbe bead of the University of Ore
shrouded iu mystery.
i ent Politically.
there are 8000 fugitives from Mace-
gon is just beginnit'.g, baa, by n
In the roadway near where the body
■ Ionia, and hundreds are hourly ar-
manner most liiguitieil hi * i a cor
w**a found, tbe police discovered tiie
riving. All the reports iudicate a
in high position, made himself the pioueera of Oregon, died at liis home lii’sh tracks of a rubber tired buggy,
terrible condition of affairs, those
friend of every student of tbe school. in the John Day valley, Grant couuly, ami also the footprints of two per
being published underestimating the
sona, oue a k woman and the others
(Scripps News Association.)
With a knowledge of the needs of tlie last Monday exerting,
n.au. In the bushes u short distance
horror of the situation.
Portland, Sept. 23.—Judge Cleland
from where the girl's body lay, was
Four thousand women and children tbis morning handed down Ids de ing tbe Institution, popularity with
the early sett ers. He was a brother found i* man's plain linen liandker-
are starving in the woods along the cision overruling Multnomah coun
iidly of Eugene, lias come to him of Airs. Al. A. Hunsaker, of this city, chief. It was saturated with blood
ty’s demurrer in the case of Mrs. naturally. He has a manner of Bay and an uncle of tbe publishers of uu*l bore the luitiida “J. D."
The Turks have possessed all im Marie L. Flanders, who asked that ing things and suggesting lines of ac tbe Guard.
Lbe throat of the dead girl was dis
A in pts Shoe Polish
Speaking of his death, the Eagle, of colored as though she bud been
portant poiuts and are constantly tbe court set aside tbe arsersment tion which lays his wishes bare and at
clicked. Her body bad been moat
Canyon City, says:
augmenting their forces.
because no legal tax levy could lie the same time, leaves tlie initiatory
John C. Luce, one of the early pio terribly mangled by the traiu. The
to the students themselves. When he
England believes that war must made under tl.e present law.
finished his address this morning Ire neers of Grant county, is laid to rest, body was cut completely in twain,
ensue between Great Britain and
his death having occurred nt his
the chest, while tbe limbs were
The ease will be appealed.
was loudly applauded.
homo iu tbe John Day valley Monday broken ami crushed.
The case was the result of the dis
Tbe president spoke in |>urt as fol
covery that the change iu the tax law
tonitis. Ho bail been ill l*ut a short cut in the bead, which it ia thought
did not include a levy for fall taxes,
nouncements and reviewing Hie ma time, aud having always been a man could uot have been iudieted by the
ami assessments made would therefore terial improvements of the school, au of temperate habits ami having a cars, was found.
Llr. Rayl, the young girl's I 1 other,
be void. If tbe court's opinion is up account of which has appears 1 in these rugged constitution, his condition
was uot thought to be alarming until expressed the belief that she had
held tlie state will either lose thous columns:
“The Anal consequence of working Bunday, llis family and near rela been murdered and the body placed
ands of dollars or an extra session of
the University is the quality of tives were summoned to bi« bedside, on the track in order to bide the
tile,legislate.re wil! have to b* polled
I 1. WHITiON,
/Qnrinn’ Vrsvwiz t .r-zxzs 4 r» A 1 -» ■» \
“'WltSeqflAhcft TH’ nrfflttwrt« ifl and *« uh lire-ant wluui lit» dMMuMd crime.
DLVWIH IU AIUIY13
PROMINENT IN POLITICS.
Portland, Or., Sept. 22.—T. A.
attendance at the institution. The
ia< purchased the office and fixtures o
Wood, tbe well known pension at
I ate deceased SV V Hendeaon, I aw
Salem, O ., Sept. 23.— \tter paying torney of this city, was arrested this
main so. The tone of the University to more people in Oregon than any
a prepared to *io anything in the line of
Btiatry in the above said office.
all bills, U c state board of agricul
depends upon the right ideas being pioneer resident of Giant county,
>n i bridge w *rk a speoialtv.
ture tints that it has on hand a bal morning by Federal authorities on a
absorbed by the new students during having lieen quite ptomiuent iu social
ance of fl litttf as i.et proceeds of tbe charge of fraud in connection with
their first year of coll ge life. The and political affairs. He was a can 1. Portland, Sept. *23.—Torn to shreds
L CHESHIRE, M. D
recent stat* fair. The accounts have tbe Indian War Veterans ia Oregon.
new student is open to an iiupreasion didate for congress frou. tbis district by the terrible concussion of kU
(Scripps News Association.)
in 1892 and was also iu tbe field for' 1 pounds of exploding giant powder,
not been made up. Lut it is has been
Woo ls is Grand Commander of the
Salem, Sept. 23.—Governor Cham» able education.
’HV8ICIAX AND SURGEON.
ascertain'*1 tlmt (hi* racetrack van Indian War Veterans of the Northwest
“It has been a tralition in many gubernatorial honors against Gover the remains of John Simona and Ed
berlain today appointed the memkiers
the most profitable feature, The
universities that during the first year nor Geer in 1898, and made a very ward Weygaudt, cousins, wers scat
the affairs of that of the State Veterinary Board, as
premiums at tbe laces amounted to
tbe student's life be should live an Kinimetidable race in both campaigns. tered over au acre of ground, where
created by the last legislature. The easy, pleasurable and somewhat fast | He was born iu Iowa, September they had hoped to erect comfortable
#12,000. Of this amount ?10>000 was organization.
.. BMuWN, M. D.
I donated by the Greater Salem Com
(Readers of tbe (iuard will remem members of the board are: M. W. life. It la a pleasure to note that the 20, 1843, and in 1852 came with bis homes and live in tbe enjoyment of
mercial Club. Entrance fees paid by ber a few months «20 a commuuica- McLean, Portland ;Jatnen Witbyeouib, idea is fast dying out. Competition parents across the plains with ox peace aud plenty. The accident oc
THYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
owners of race horses amounted to tiou in these columns concerning tbe
is too great in these days for a stu teams to ti.e Willamette valley, later currid at 2:30 o’clock yesterday af
Corvallis; F. J. Carney, Portlaud;
187200, and concessions at the track methode of the Portland attorney.
dent to lose a single year iu school removing to California. He came to ternoon, and is kadieved to have re
I -J.»l. 1: « 1 ' **i 1*1 It*
pour*: ■ I »! 1
His practices were tbe subject of and J. Chesney, Pendleton.
with small effort. He finds himself Grant county during tbe summer of sulted from a mistep aud tbe drop
brought iu 81500.
hundicappped during his whole col 1802, and was among the first party ping of the powerful explosive which
Tbe gate receipts at the fair newspaper criticism in Portland a
S. P Nees
amounted to 810,000, and those who day or so following aud it now turns
Sal«m, Sept. 23.—The Beard of lege life. He can never recover tbe of miners that discovered gold ou was i*eiug carried by the men for use
saw the crowds in (he grandstand say out that be is throught to lie guilty Portage Ki ilway Commlaaiouers met time lost during the first year if it ia Canyon creek, and for years was eu iu blasting out stumps from a tract
.TON & NESS.
whiled away without purpose.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW that tbe races drew at hast half the liy tbe gevernment. His offences con
gag* *1 iu mining and packing between of land they recently acquired uear
attendance. Upon tbis basis the race sisted in making himself useful to thia morning and instructed the at THE COLLEGE ORGAN!ZAT1ONB tbe Canyon creek mines aud Tbe the gravel pit« ou tbe Hue of tbe Ore
practiie in all the court« in th» track took iu 814,700 and paid out old veterans aud charging them torney general to commence action
"The work of the class room is not Dalles. He afterwards settled on the gon Water Power A Railway Oom
j 812,000, leaving 827C0 to its credit.
heavily for securing their pensions at once against owners of property tbe only work which a «Indent Is ex land ou the John Day river where be pany, a abort distance from Mount
e—Room No. 3. Walton Blk.
«long the route of the portage road pected to gaiu from the University. continued to reside until his death. I I Tabor.
Tbe organizations about him are ex-
He was married iu 1808 to Cynthia j
and condemn land that could not
pooled to help him in his rounding A. Hodaon, who died hi 1889, To | I
IS K BEAN
be otherwise secured for the road.
out of a useful education. Among them were bora eight cbidren, five of I WILL REBUILD
these it ia ueedlesa to mention the whom arc now living and reside near
debatlug and literary societies. It is the old homestead in this part of
in new McClung Block. Room« t • «
uot necessary to recount the achieve Grunt county.
pedal »Vend-in 2 ven to lenì an I «’.at*
ments of men who have aiezed these
in the death of Mr. Luce, Grant
opportunities 1 am mentioning and county lose« one of its la-st and most
have made themselves great by using highly respected citizens.
t Daily Uuard, September 23.) _
Wm. Van Buren arrived in Eugene
L í . T. Harris
The Eagle contained uu excellent
Ubaa. Cornell and Wm. Whittaker,
Paid up Cash Capital - $50,000 from Corvallis last evening with a
two-column half tone cut of the de o wuera of the Lorane shingle mill
•IK'OCK A HARRIS,
(Scripps New« Association.)
big string of hacks end buggies from
"It ia hardly necessary to mention ceased.
wbicb burned Sunday, are in Eu
the Corvallis carriage factory. There
Baker City, Sept. 23.- Lynching liaziug or to warn modern youug men
gene. Mr. Cornell told a Guard re
were five hacks and six buggies in will surely follow the crime of Cbss. from its iliduigeuce. In village»
i—One-half block south of Chris
Rev. P. 1). Gardner baa been ap porter that they intended to rebuild
the lot. E. C. Smith, a stockholder
iati i li ck. Eugene. Oregon
Bitner, a sh I ood keej*er of this city, they yet pound tin pans in honor of pointed sinister of the Junction City the mill right away and commence
a general banking bus
in (be factory, will dispose of the
a newly wedded couple. They do not
A ness done on reasonable terms.
M. E. church. South, by the confer making ahtuglea again aa „ aoon a«
' 8TKOPATH.C FHY ICIAN
vehicles here. The long line attracted who yeaterday committed tape upon do it in cities. In country places
Sight drafts on Chicago, San Iran
ence at Roseburg. Rev. A. J. Star- poaaible. He eat I mated tbeir loaa iu
quite a l it of attention as it went np
they still have crude ideas as t * fun,
I HUGH E. PENLAND
cisco and Portland Oregon.
the lire at 812UU, with no inauranoa.
m ■ r ia appointed for Harrisburg.
daughter of the local hotel keeper. but it is different in urban place«.
Bills of exchange sold on foreign the the street.
» 7th and W illamette «traeta Ch-oa
>'Uizeus of the city searched all
I-d to check or certificate of deposit
► ■»nd de"rnii len* »pecialty,
for bin. and lie could not le
receive prompt attention.
Scripps News Association.)
K N. 8* F. Ma le clothing
T. G. HENDRIChS. Preaident.
'R 1 • < ' R DsHAK, M D
• era the Union Label.
He is thought to lie in biding near
S B EAKIN. Vice President
Portland, Ore.. Sept. ».-Harry
That laliel gives assurance
P E SNODGRASS. Cashier
' HY3' IAN »n.i dU t fl ON.
to the buyer that ltd«doth
1,. H POTTER Assistar^Ca»hl«r C. Wells, who a week ago cashed a
ing Is made iiud'-r proper
forg* J check for i~C on tbe Portland The little giil la almost dead
-n ov r K-iirsn ' I* * fcn A S*vi a, «
sanitary eooditloti»;lB cleMn
•■> -to N* B0
wholesome work rooms; de
Hotel, turned up in I
l-*y * r muht
signed, cut and tailored by
"tfl» M*ir. «I
morning, where be did a like trick
Rescued From Crime.
the highest priced and nr -t
skilful workmen iri the
on Geo. Putnam, of the Spokane
(Scripps News Association.)
Press. Tbe last check was for •*.
K. N A. F elotbi’ g i- just ly
claimed to le • he most
Wells is well known in Eogem, Graves was taken off tbe train here
stylish, dependable, satis
» narnlar visitor here aa an iu-
tbis morning from Port laud. 8be
fying line manufactured.
Two good n-a-on» why you
xxiid Inest on Hating
aboard a-k for it and let
were taking kier to lb«* gold eani|m for
ns fit you out.
'U HARNESS OH.
illicit purponea. Chief Hunt, of
■I by any other.
Scripps New» Association. )
Portland, telegraphed local authori
■ hard leather soft.
Oregon City, Sept. 23.-Near Dw- ties and she was rescued
maacn» yeoterday afternoon tbe Vitcb induc' d to cnmmet.ee
I- a* y lashed oil.
creamery and two near by barns were oeing told that (be WM to play an
HCT(0 ONiBVCR’B t <**>
horned to tbe ground. Tbe loas ks in portent act in a theatre.
Drafts is»u»d oa tfc» pH» p I ef-»' <4 t
J Kes cost of you- harness.
Vnixt St*!'" and f*>»»ki* ’• «
I-Dated at 829.01® with only a small
hfcr»' allow*i sa .**7''.' °*T,n ■ate
in» the leather ; it»
rance. In the benm were stored
’ reiser is increased.
“^^^nr*r^n fnnrth kiln of brick
C-Uee'i CM*!'* "W PT«""*«»’'
bushels of for thia oeaaou is now burning. He
11 y aa! ('«at! W*rrs*
F ex keft frotu breaking.
wheat. All was lost io tbe confla M I > 1 > aa d is still doing a rushlog
I a P aine
W E BRO*1»
W i Prenden!
a w BROWN.
American Colonies Be-
I eve Powers Should
Interesting Session at
the University of
Beautiful Young Cleve
land, 0., Girl
JOHN C. LUCE DEAD
CAN BE MADE
STATE FAIR RECEIPTS
: : FIRS I
STRING OF HACKS
AND BUGGIES BAKER CITY
Our Goods are
UNION - MADE