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d F. C. Corsets
Mr. Mitzuer. nearly overturning the
BONDS BID IN
fuggy, and shortly afterward broke
away from him and ran down tbe
BY PERRY FRANK
road, tbe baggy passing over Mr.
Mitzner's body. Tbe horse rau about
half a mile dowu tbe road to whtrv
Lute Savage and several others wen
l-ast evening the city council met
staudiug, aud wbeu the men attempt
it fash i<'fi
iu etxra session for the purpose of
I ed to stop him. turned around, over
iqieuing tbe bids fur the $15,1X0
turning the buggy and ran iuto the
;r 90 new
sewer Isinds recently voted.
Has Gotten Him Into | I ilitch,
State Taxable Property
where he dropped dead.
There were three bids ou $SXKkl of
¿.Shortly after .ear I a team fr mi th
es to select
the bouds, made by the First Natiouiil
sweats nor exp., ds; in fact
Mute school came aloi g, and becoin
Bank, 1*. Frank a»d J. J. Lewis. P.
Frank was the beat bidder for th« '
*ny kind and is i»ed Cr all
away, doing considerable damage to
•XXX', his bld being as follows:
, A very
buggy and driver.
i r i c s and
-tie fourth of oue per i
superior covering f
EJ. McClanahan is an employe
cent preu; um; eecoud $3(XX), one
filetcrin, depoti, ci
of Fred T. Merrill, of Portland,
third of oue |>er cent.; aud third Increase Shown in al! Counties —
Mathine Caused Horse to Run dealer iu bicycles and «ut« mobiles,
one-half of oue per ceut. The |
aud often comes to Salem on busi-
limber Lands Show .Marked
other birds were by J. J. Lewis,
Send for be»k'
, uess for the firm. Ou that day he Pavilion and Stock Ex $2917 for $HlW; by First Nations). 6
Dead Horse Caused Another
came to Salem iu an automobile,
per cent net ou totsi $15,(MX».
Not Greatly Improved
hibits Visited by
EXKX) of tbe the bonds I hh - oiu « due
with a young lady of the capital c.'y.
every thr -e years for tbe next 15
years. Tlie remainder of the $1.\(XX), From what can be learned iu uuotti
I Sunday's Salem Statesman has the
As the automobile is a compara
will be let to tbe liest bidder laler on. ical advices, from the different conn
following concerning a well known
Id «od rei siuniended bjr
. tively uew vehicle in this country,
tiesoftbe state, il seems probable that
Eugene young tuau:
OTHER COUNCIL MATTERS.
the total value of tbe taxable proparty
Bill Depart ment.Store
The first case in court in Marion - no specific laws regulating their use Program for Races and the Hor
Mumu - l iothers were awarded the of the stale as shown by tbe assess
county resulting from auj automobile have been enacted, so he la teirg
coutrai t r tbe construction of the uieut recently completed, will be in
came up for trial in Justice of the
Ttiirte- ¡1 street sewer at $198,r>. the neighborhood of $175,000,000, says
E. D. Hargsu’s court last night the general I hw for the willful des
the Premiums Ottered
Then ore uo other bidders.
■ r.in at Peace
a special from ¡Salem. This will be
8;:Hi o’clock. The trial was tlie
Eighth street between Charnel iu rouud numbers $25,000,000 greater
by the State.
outcome of tbe accident which hap a bicycle or a steam eugiue, tbe case
ton id Willamette, was declared to tbau last year.
pened Sunday, July 12, last, result would be plain, with no grounds for
be i.ithin tbe bicycle limits aud an
From almost every couuty comes
ing in the buggy;owued by Gustave
to that effect was ordered tlie report that valuations are being
The visitor at the fair grounds tod.y
Mitzner, a farmer residing near charged, is a tine of from #1 to $500
advanced and that uew property is
Marion, being considerably darnag d but there does uot seem to be auy I was well repaid for the trip of two
West Sixth street will lie sprinkled being added tc the assessment roll«,
provision for reimbursing tbe prop miles from the city, the exhibits
aud tbe horse killed.
iu place, the pens of stock of all th is week as far as the city limits.
so chat tbe total increase for tbe en
Mitzuer immediately swore out a erty owner for his loss
Venders of petty articles were re tire state will be large.
kinds, the pHviliou where al) kinds
| warrant charging the chaffeur with
of of fine stuffs from t he farms, fused Hocuses to operate within the
The highest assessment ever made
maliciously refusing to stop while]
and homes of the people of the tire limits during the district fair.
iu Oregon was that of 1893, wbeu the
has no equal for style,
counties in tbe district, h 11 present
total valuation was over $168,000,000,
damage. The specific charge lodg. .1
quality or low price.
■in interesting picture to the spectator.
The valuatlou bad growu to that sum
See our line
ag lust the defendant is the mall
steady advances from $84,<KX),00u
clous distiuctiou of property. The
The euiries of tine stock were not
iu 1887. From 1893 ouward the couu
name of the ehatleur could uot be
couq luted until thii ufternoon. The
ties begau to vie with each other in
learned at tbe time, so tbe charge
the assessments in order to
was ai aiustJchn Doe, aud it wi.si Saturday evening Sheriff Fisk re oillcers of the us-ocii tion were kept
escape a portion of the burden of
nit until lats uigbt that his name was ceived information which leads to I usy from eeiiy mor ing in their
state taxes. Tbe state tax es were ap
found to be Ed. Me (.'tai'-ban, of the identity of tlie owners of the two lo-adquarteis entering ail kiuds of
««fatbits. They thought 11 nt ei ougli
Oil St yt'liiber 17tb, Allan Burrill, propriated among tbe counties in
Constable John Lewis went to Port in possession of Toni Young, the feus had been eucted, but when ap who was o >| loyed by tlie Booth Kelly proportion to tbe assessed valuation
last Friday t ■ urre&t McClane stickey fingered gent who took har- plications came in this men ing it Lumber L ou.pauy at Spriugfieid, ac- and as each county controlled It« own
h:iu aud bring him to Salem, Lilt was ness, etc., from Eugene, ut tlie time was decided to at once build thirty cid> utally Int lii-vieli oil tbe leg just assessment, it could gaiu something
extra stulls aud pens for the incoming abovo his atikl . witbn sledge baui- by reduction.
Iu 1900 this process
uuable to find him. However, be , of his arrest.
brought tbe total
learned that he was in tbe employ of
Leonard Gertz, who resides north
at ouce and construidiou was under did not cause more tlmu usual con assessed valuatlou down to $117,000,
to l-o a man of good -t 'sing aud whol in Eugene Saturday evening and ideu- way ail day. This evening the pens cern. It did not even hurt him for a 000.
In order to put a stop to this rivalry
promiecd tbe conetill t' it he would lifledone of the horses as his own were all constructed und spice for all day. Faiu soon began, however, and
< utries complete.
upon examination lie was found to lie in reducing assessments tbe legisla
be responsible for i1 : < pearauce of nod the other as belonging to Michael
Tlie tine cattle of Amos Wilkins, afflicted with the deadly gangreue.
lure ef 1901 passed passed au act pro
McClanahan in court for trial last Taunier, a neighbor, lie stated that
of Coburg,; Coleridge McElroy, of
He was brought to the l'ryor home vidifg that B'ate taxes should be ap
night. Tbe constable returned home, bis horse and that of Tnnnier, .was
Eugene; li. A. Kompp, of Junction at West Eight and Lawrence streets, I ort lot ed a . > < t be . ■. ,
and true to Mr. Merrill’s word Mc stolen September 8, together with the
City; 8. M Douglas, of Eugene; A the follow! ng Sunday aud he died fixed ratio, iuo beuibci..J iesi.lt« ui
Clanahan appeared i-i Salem yester double harness iu use.
ufternoon, Septemlier 27. this change was seen tbe first year,
Sheriff Fisk had seat deceptions to D. Hyland, of Lowell and various Sunday
day with bis father, and last night
other prominent stock men, were in Ho was aged JO years, 1 mouth, aud for the total assessment that year was
was placed under al rest on tbe chaige all .heritfs north of Lane couuty and
place this morning. Bulls, heifers, seven days, mid leaves a wife aud •141,0CK>,OCM>, and iu 1902 it bad grown
of w llful destruction of property and Sheriff Storey of Multnomah, noti
hogs, goats, sheep, horses, three childreu, Frank, Mabel and an to over $148,000,000. If it shall reach
tied Gertz that bis horse was in
tried before the justice.
Colts, all ill 11»ut pubs tilled w ith clean infant child. Die family came to Eu $175,(00,000 this year, as it now seems
Alter consultation the case was
probable, the valuation will then is
The wagon proved to bo the prop stiaw, met the«ye of the visitor as gene from Kansas three years ago.
- postponed uutil Monday ut 10 o’clock.
The time of the funeral has uot tbe highest in the history of the state.
from $1.67 to $10.00
erty of 11 Portland n an, Mr. liayes, be euteied tlie grouuds.
These will aloue be well worth lieeu decided, but will be announced
who eume to Eugene aud identified it
We are showing a beautiful lini
It was stolen from a going to see. The judges will make upon tbe arrival of a sister of the
New Jackets arriving daily.
awards and premiums during the re deceased.
ner and sou, llenry, attend-.d church black-quit shop on the same night the
HOLD UP MAN
mainder of tbe week.
iu this city, and started for their ioilnrstidf was taken, tie sold it to
hime, near Marion, at about 2 o'clock 1 Kay Frank iu Eugene this morning.
Tiie scene iu tbe exhibiting pavilion
in the afternoon. They were driving
was uue of great activity this morn SCOBERT& DODGE
a spirited horse, for which Mr. Mitz- ELOPED WITH A
ing. A big part of tbe exhibits were
tier had paid $100. A short distance
IN NEW QUARTERS
iu place ami more constantly being
east of penitentiary they saw an auto- '
Baki r City, Or., Heptember. 28
added. This afternoon the place was
■» \ o r*
mobile coming and after driving
Mauager Art Harris, of tbe Geis«-
open to visitors and many took ad
Hi rers a small bridge both occupants
Grauil Uotel, of
this city, aud
vantage of tbe opportunity aud in
tbe buggy got out and Mr. Mitzuer'
Hcobert A Dodge, tbe West Eighth Colonel E. E. Stewart, of the
spected the exhibits,
held the horse by tbe bit with bis| Baker City, Or., Sept. 26 - - Lentil
Tbe mo t prominent agricultural street grocers, are moving their «tuck mous Hardware Company, St. Loui«,
right hand, while with his left; he Kobertaou. only daughter of un aged exhibits are those of Amos Wilkins of goods to their new location, in the were held up by a lone highwayman,
waved for tbe automobile to stop, as man of Baker City, eloped with Pro- and E. M. Warreu. Both have blue Hovey building at the corner of West several miles above Humpter, ueer
Hauover, while ou their w«y to the
Li.i horse was becoming unmanageable fessor cladius, a fortune teller, last ribbon quality. The grain« and Eighth and Olive a'reeta.
through fright. All of the witnesses lllght The father is heartbroken and grasaes brought from tbe state fair
Tlie uew location furnishes much Mountain View mine Saturday morn
testified that tbe speed of the auto is
■ trying to find her. The girl’s aud exhibited therefrom Lane couuty 1 lore room and is more convenient ing.
They were relieved of all their be
mother died when she was bom, 17 ■re elegant. Other competitors for t .nu tiieir old quarters. The build-
As the auto machine passed the years ago. She is a beautiful girl premiums have their exhibits iu i g is also well lighted aud makes au longings Including cash, clothing in
horse plunged into the ditch with with blue eyes aud golden hair. place.
id si place for a grocery store. The their grlppa, cigar« and other re
Cladius will lie held on the charge of
The space at the command of tbe >.nn formerly occupied by tbe firm, freahmeuts. Mr. Harris lost over
seduction if captured.
exhibitors is uot enough tu make which is immediately in the rear of $iX)U iu cash aud Mr. Stewart was
It has been ascertained that the girl much of Hu artistic display, but tbe the uew quarters, will lie used by relieved of about $70. They oould
met the fortune teller about a mouth quanity aud quality are there all the] Messrs. Hcobert A Dodge for feed, uot give a clear description of the
robber. Mr. Harris said tbe gun
■go when he established offices here. same. Tbe visitors gaze promiscu flo ir, potatoes, etc.
used was a very large one; tbe bole
She had been a frequent visitor to ously upon all manner and varieties
iu the muzzle was apparently as large
the rooms for three weeks. Cladius of corn, squashes, pumpkins, wheat,
as tbe mouth of a mine tunnel by
Is a man of fair appearance, but of a barley, oats, onions, sugar cane, po
vulgar type and uneducated.
tatoes, apples, pears, canned fruits,
quinces, peas, tomatoes, alfalfa,
Home time ago a Eugene mother
beets, walnuts, hickory nuts, turnips,
her pretty daughter that the
parsnipe, sunflowers, grains and vege
young man who called ao often waa
tables, all grown in Laue county.
The scene is interesting aud in stayiug too loug and late at uigbt,
Hau Francisco Post: It is very
and called her atteutiou to the im The many friends of N. U. Pitzor,
doubtful if tber is a surer fielder in the structive of tbe vast ability of tlie
propriety of the thing aud instated a former citizen aud resident of Laue
state than Tim Shanahan, now cover
that abe mu at ait down on him and couuty, will be pained to learn of his
Tbe other departments of tbe pa that without any further delay. Tbe death iu Waitsburg, Washington, yes
section of the Held for the Jess«
young lady remarked that was Just terday. The remains arrived thia af
Moores. With Shanahan In center vilion contain fancy work of all
what she tad lieen doing every time ternoon from the north aud ware met
and Max Muller and Gue Pyne on
pyrographic he called. She afterwards told her at the depot by many friends of the
either aide, the Distillers certainly work, leather work,
carving, mother that she ueedu't tbiuk abe doaaaeed.
have a grand
He wee 78 years of age at tbe time
was a liack number.
Charley Strub the ex Sauta Clara tc. The work ut Mrs. ‘ W. Lowe,
of bis death. Tbe immediate cause
of death waa paralyaie.
“pippin” of a first baseman. In occupies promiueut positions in the
The fuueral will ba held tomorrow
fact, the youngster played the posi art corners. A table, made by Mrs, 1
from the Maaouio hail, to
than it has been R. 11. Miller, Hr,, la attracting con
tbe Masonic cemetery, tbe Eugene
Second iand Bicycles
Willamette st. _ covered for them this season. Htrnb siderable attention. It is an odd
Thiiredav afternoon, Septemlier 24, Masons having charge of tbe sama.
also showed to 1* bandy with tbe shaped table, covered with piece« of
Traded for Wood,
tbe borne of Mr. and Mra. Jas.
stick, and laniged out a brace of nifty odd china, broken up and made iuto
Eigard, parents of the bride, Miss
tween. It is something entirely new Slue Eigard was wedded to Samuel
here, but this kind of work Is attract Sorenson, Bev. Bas*>mesen, of tbe
Dr. Cheater Osburn, formerly of
ing considerable attention In tbe Danish church officiating. Mr. ami
Mrs. Horeuson bare taken up tbelr Eugene, now of Atbena, Is visiting
residence at Coburg, where Mr. Sor old time friends aud relatives in
Eugeue. Chester was a Eugene drug
Tbe Griffin Hardware Company, enson is employed.
bare for years, but baa beeu iu
and Loughmllier A Peter have big
the drug business at Atbena for ti e
exhibits of all kinds of machinery,
past few years. Mr. Osburn baa aold
wagons, and other farming imple
out his buaiu«ee at Atheaa, but bee
menta near the paviliou. Other
not concluded as to what he will do.
apei'es are occupied by notion Coun
Messrs. Train and Whitney, owners
ters, souvenir stores aud refrosh of tbe Herald plant, have sold the He has Just returned from Belknap
Springs, where be has enjoyed a
property sml goixi will to C. B. pleasant outing.
W.nn and G. A. Westgate, of tbis
E. R. Mummy and H
H. Hkeoa city, who will hereafter have charge
have refresbmtht and cigar stand* of the buaiueea. The Democrat is
in tbe lane running to the ;>avillon, not JuforniMl as to the coming man
aud Mrs. I’ickett’s wattle bouse will agement, hut it la understood It will I
cater to the wants of the hungry
be in able bauds.—Albany Deiuu.'liil.
public. A kitchen and diuing room
Ed. McClaunaban, who was given
is also doing a good business, while
a hearing before tbe justice of the
p-auut ►tan-ie, peddlers aud hawkers
peace at Haleni yesterday on the
charge of wilful destruction of prop
give tbe orowd almost anything they
erty, having caused twu runaways
want. T! o Georgia midget aud tbe
Tbe galvanized iron work on tb« and tbe death of a horse by bis auto
Kentucky glaoteas also attract con
new Beckwith block has Soon c m mobile, an account of which appeared
plefed. Tbe building now presents in yesterday's Guard, waa boat d
't'tx y ■ r yv..
a handsome apppeeraiice, and when over to tbs circuit court with bonds
com; leted will be on« of tbe i>»et of $1(JC, which were promptly fur
,50 -. ’A Jiam tt«‘ street.
looki .g tHisineea blocks ip tbe city. nished.
OF THE DIS
lamazoo Corset Co
Th. GLORIA” S
TOLMIE (Sb TRAVER.
ast Woven Wire
sh Bedroom Set
ir Bedroom Set
DAY (Sb HENDERSON’S
She Wasn’t a Back Number.
Shanahan and Strub.
Andrei Pitzer, Deceased.
Visiting Eugene Friends.
Wagons* Buggies, Plows, Harrows,
Cultivators, Builders’ Hardware.
Albany Herald Sold.
A Handsome Building.