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BOUND OVER TO
The Boy Murderers and Their Victim
Edward Lewis, the 18 year old boy
arrested on the Mohawk by Constable
Plank yesterday for aite.i pled crim
inal assault upon 10 year-old Bertha
Spores, da' gbter of Frank Spores,
was given a preliminary examination
before Justice of the Peace Bryson
this forenoon. L Bilyeu appeared as
counsel for Lewis and Deputy Dis-
trljl'Att-.ncy .1 MJ William» for '.the
state. The girl, her 12-year old sister
and her father were examined as
The defense olfeied no
testimony and waived further exam
ination. lhe Loy was then bound
over in the sum of ¿500 to appear for
trail at the Novernter teun of circuit
court. The bail was furnished by
neighbors of Lewis’.
Portluml, Aug. 11.—A» a result
the sensational deeds of ’I honuis
Reeves and Hugh Saxon, who murder
ed aged William Powell near <'• tinge
Grove Sunday evening, u crueade is
to be inaugi riled in Portland against
the selling of “dime novels” by the
various bookstores and news stands
in this city
Both Reeves and Saxon declare that
t'l y have bien reading tlie “yellow
lacks” for h year or mole and it was
cue to their iidluenee I hut they ac
quired a desire 'or glory iih <l< spur
adocs ami started out on tin ir career
of crime. Their exploits were of its«
tliHu 48 hours' duration, and they are
now in jail ut Eugene awaltirg trial
on tlie charge of murder in the first
Tlie district attorney's office »’■4
the virions ministers of the city will
Portland, Aug. !>.- In his little cot
tage the father of Thomas Reeves, the
young murderer who is now in the
county ja'I in Eugene, sits broken
hearted, we< ping bitterly over tlie
conduct of tis mm. But, convinced
that tlie boy killed the old tinker,
William Poweil, without provocation
or excuse for bis Het, lie has renounc
ed his own sou ami abandoned him
to whitever fate may be the conse
quence of lus crime.
“1 'will not spend one penny to
shield him, ** aolilied the father today;
“no mutter what the penalty may lie.
He tins brought shame and disgrace
upon the good mime of his fat her,
brother and family, ami must face
Ins fate alone. "
lu Ids hasiy departure young
Reeves left liehiud him one clew to
the cause of hia and his companion's
conduct—a dime novel, containing
stories about “Dick's Secret,” “The
Holdup," "Treachery,” “Tlie Con
feasions ot au Assassin,“ and similar
effusions calculated to till the youth
ful aud susceptible niiml with in-
stincta of cr.rne
By hia own confes-
sion, the boy lielonged to a dime
novel gang, which is believed by Hie
police to be au offspring of an olii
gang tnai educated and turned forth
some of the most hardened criminals
that the local police have had to deal
with, it is learned that its member»
devoted mos« ot tlieir time to rending
Young Reeves has
admitted that the object of tlie organ
iztaiou was to teach its members how
to “see the world and tight and have
a good time."
How extensive the organization is
no one has li -en able to ascertain,
though it is believed that it Includes
many boys in tlie vicinity of tlie foot
of Portland Heights. It lias existed
to.* several years past, and Investiga
tion since lhe murder at Latham lias
Convinced the father of young Reeves
that the toys have been conducting a
regular circulating library oi trashy
novela. Ry sariiig tlieir nickels ami
tliev have pu ’ chased the
books, and as each one reads a new
one be passes it along to another by
biding it in pre designated spots un*
der twncea and in other locations
•here parents are not likely t< dis*
NEWS FROM THE
BEAI. »'.STATE TRANSFERS.
» J and Edna ». Melmer to Anna
Martin; lot ;, blk 2. Creswell. • 1.
Charle« F Muser to Cauline Ilodei* ;
£31x57 feit in Mulligan'» ad to Eu -
Charlea F Muter to Minili» Myrtle
lie tile prune movers in toe crusade
against the sale of vicious literature.
They will be materially assisted by
the discovery this morning of a sec
tion of tlm code of Oregon which
strictly pr< bibita lhe sale of such
books, impos ng a penitentiary sen
tence upon those who are guilty.
The section of tlie code is as follows:
Section 19.15, Bellinger A Cotton's
Code “If any jieriou sells, gives
away or «bows, or has in his posses
sion with the intent to sell, or give
away, or to show, or advertises or
BeHiiireiHti'r Rauch; <10x157 ftet in
MulligHii'n a i to Eugene. 81.
Alexander A und Laura Dennison;
40 acres in sec 13, tp 17, sr 1 w.
W D Hiid L M Wallace to Grace O
Walker ami Oscar Drury; 180 areas in
nee 2, tn 18, h r 1 w. $950. •
C L Wiliams to A W Gilbert ami G
Sherman Heller; 80x30 feet In Skin
ner’s donation to Eugene. $15(X).
Mary J ami James Kennedy to Anna
McCauley ; loti 2-3 acres in sec 8, tp
20, s r 3 w. $2000.
Same to game; 160acres in sec 8, tp
20. » r 3 w. $1000.
J II and K II McClung to A Wil
helm, Sr; lot 1 ami n half of lot •> “t
l>lk 41, Junction City. $1750.
The notarial uommisaion of c K
Hale in tlli'il.
Wm X'ltilf Co vn Robert Allen ami
Frank E Blair; to recover iiiouey.
John M Pipe», attorney for plaintiff.
Girdoti Sumer« and Neplia C lly
land; W R Sumern ami F E llylaml,
Bit LOF SALE.
F A Ardiainlieau to Sam Manerud ;
one horse ami one male, named Bar
my and Minnie, color bay ami eight
yeat »old ; two horaea named Pete,
color bay, ami Brownie, color brown,
eigtit years old; one mate named Kit,
color brown, four years old; two
nets of harne»» and one wagon. $220.
W C Billing to Flegal A Ryebard ;
three hors, a ami an outfit of logging
Peter P Colgaard, Elmira; G D
Linn, Eugene ; James Suess, Walter
ville; II K Shirk, Eng ne; R Mc
Henry, Ma cola; J A Blakely, Ix>w-
ell ■ Wm I Vander Walker, Spring
Held; E G Elliott, l.ugene; M C
Hui ns, Coburg; E F Gillett, Eugene;
C C Gilliam, Cottage Grove; W M
■ eorge, Wildwood; Geo Clapt er, Eu
gene; W innie E Morgan, Eugene; J J
O'Neal, Creswell; Roy Driver, Eu*
gene; Walker Jenney,
Matteson, Eugene; Guy Davis, Eu
gene; Heit Vincent, Eugene; Wm
Swagi r, Coburg; Paul Driver, Tan
gent; Geo F Wilhelm, Junction
City ; Geo M McLean, Walterville ,
W D McLean, Walterville ; B A Camp
la'll, Eugelie; Herbert Room», Eu
gene; Siegfried Maurer, Eugene: B
C Pinkham, Maia-I; Geo A Dorward,
Portland, Fred V Wheeler, Cottage
Grove; C F Lajoie, Mound; L I.
Smeal, Eugene; »'.A Dootittle, Lon
don; T A Barlow, London . Chas
Brown, London ; J J Gr< Ht, London ;,
T O Brasher, London; T W Trunk,
London ; Bert Thorne, London; T C
Thomson, Blue River.
F. H Craig, Springfield. J II Bel
knap. Blue River; Adrian Wycoff,
Blue River. W E Holdridge, Waite,
ville. John M Rennie, Eugene; Cha-
Gray, Springfield. L J Be- tie. Blue
River; C F Htonetleld, Florence.
Iliuch Currin, Cottage Grove. Geo
Rissue. Cottage Grove, Erne h Stgart.
Coburg . Dale Beeson, Coburg.
Uuited States Senator C. W. Fulton
is in tlie city today, trying to un
ravel the complexities of federal ap-
ponitments, whict* seem to increase
rather tL.au diminish with the lapse
ot time, says yesterday's Portland
The senator has returned from Eu
gene, where he went for the sole pur
pose of adjusting the Springfield post
Two candidates were
strongly indorse I for the ulliee.^Stu
ator Fulton terminated tho ^t._g„k
by recommending the appointment of
Finley E. Roberts, wno will probably
receive his appointment as soon as
the president has time to act.
in rise for over 30 years, lias born© tlie signature of
and lias been made under his Wr.
sonal supervision since its infam v*
Allow no one to deceive you ln
All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd “ Jiurt-as-ffood” are hut
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, pare.
gorie, Drops and Soothing Syrups, It is Pleasant. It
t ontains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It d< stroys Worn;,
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrluva and Wind
Colie. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
amt Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep,
The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend.
THE OTHER SIDE Of THE
FRANK MILLER CASE
STORE FOR JUNCTION
Editor Guard:—Before publishing
to a curious and unsympathizing pub
lic the details of a family misunder-
s atiding or misfortune you should
acquaint youiself with both »ides of
A. Wilhelm of Monroe, has pur the questi n and do both parties just
chased tlie McClung oerner at Junc- ice.
tlon, consideration, $1750, This is
Frank Miller, about whom so many
perhap» the most deeirable business
sensation d stories have been publish
corner in the city It has a tro ii tage
ed, is a worthless, idl°, dissipated
of 75 feet and extends 190 feet to the
man, who has never furnished any
alley, Thi» rale was made through the
iial of a home or support for his
agency of R. F. Baker, We are in
wife. He lias the temper of Satan,
tormed that Mr. Wilhelm will erect a
ami lias frequently threatened bis
line two-story brick in tli<< spring,
furnished witli all modern fixtures,
For about four out of live years
ami up to date in everything.
since their marriage his wife has
will l>e a department store where the
worked for her own support, or lived ,
people cun secure nnything from a
with her mother, whose home has
threshing mudline to u silk hat. The
also sheltered him for many idle
| present building is the property of R.
mouths, when he refused good, pay
1 I1. Buker, and w ill be removed as soon
ing work because it was not the kind
us u locution can lie secured, or elei*
he liked to do.
Mr. Wilhelm has been
Last February be collected all the
trying to secure a location in this
wages due him and leaving his wife
city for some time past, and about a
to take care ot herself went on a pro
year ago offered $15,000 cash for the
Since that time he
hotel property, ami a few weeks ago
has not contribu'ed five dollars to
i added another thousand to his offer.
ward his wife’s support.
Miss Anna Crain, who has been tended suicide ia only a sensational
spe dirig several months in the muiiii- effort to spite his wife and gain the
tains of California for tlie beuetlt of sympathy of the public, which he
her health, returned homo Saturday iloes not deceive aut would not have
evening ami was gladly welcomed by were his real character known. After
her many friends. She has regained waiting in vain for five years for him
Following is the constitutional her former health and expects to re
to show himself something of a man
amendment adopted by the people mail’. at home for the present.
his wife has concluded that it is best
of ,Oregon June 4, 1906, under which
J. R. Hill received u telegram Sat- for them to take separate paths and
towns in dry counties will attempt to uiday stating that llauk was sick in
he may spare himself the trouble of
set aside prohibition in their corpor the hospital at Boise, Idaho, A let-
gett ng up any more sensational
ate limits by amending tluii muni ter later stated that he had typhoid
stories for the benefit of the papers.
cipal charters so as to give their fever, but wasUoing nicely.—Tinies.
While his wife and family regret the
councils power to regulate tlie liquor
publicity given to such very common
traffic, tlius nullifying the local op
facts, they are unwilling to rest under
tion law witbiu those limits.
such glaring fal<ehoods, and Frank
danse in which the question is in
Miller may get himself into trouble
volved is contained in the words in
if any more are published.
MRS. MILLER'S MOTHER.
Article XI, Sec. 1.
Walterville, Or., Aug. 3, 1906.
may tie foimeil under general laws,
but shall not lie created by tile legis- Xi tlie Martin A Cook brick works,
lative assembly by special laws,
The west of the city, to his partner, W,
legislative assembly shall not enact, O. Cook, who is now sde owner and
amend or repeal any charter or act of will hereafter conduct the plant alone.
incorporation for any municipality, Mr. Martin lias moved to tlie eity and
is located at No. 5 West Fifth street.
city or town.
State Fish Commissioner Van Dusen
THE LEGAL VOTERS OF EVERY He will enter some other business in
his monthly report just tiled says
CITY AND TOWN ARE HEREBY
granted power to enact cided what it will be. He bought the concerning the McKenzie salmon
hatchery as follows:
AND AMEND IHl.lR Ml'NICIP\l. brick plant ten or twelve years ago
"On the McKenzie river, which is
srnJECT’ TO THE and has built up a splendid business
a tributary of the Willamette river,
CONSTITUTION AND CRIMINAL
I \WS OF 1 III. Sl ME OF OKI. employed at the plant slid orders for our prospects are very good, which
several hundred thousand brick are goes to show that the extra work that
we did on the fishway over the falls
now on hand.
Mr. Cook purchased a half interest of the Willamette river at Oregon City
One town in Oregon Coquille City, in the plant a yeur’or two ago.
He last fall has proven to te very service
Coos comity has already taken to is a thorough business man and un able.
Last year ou this tributary
itself the authority to regulate the derstands the art of making brick.
stream we succeeded in collecting
liquor traffic, despite the prohbiition
Mr. Martin wishes the Gnard to ex nearly 2,1X10,0011 chiuook eggs; where
of the local option law.
Hollowing press his thanks to the | ublic for the as this year, as near as we can esti
this lead, towns in lhe nine dry coun liberal patronage the titni has receiv mate form the number of salmon in
ties may endeavor to do the same, ed in the y>ast atid bespeaks for bls the pools within our enclosures, the
the most important of these towns succssor a continuance of the same
take of eggs will be in the neighbor
lieing Eugene, Junction City, Albany,
hood of 5,1X10,000.
Newport, Bandon, Corvallis, Moro,
Wasco, Joseph, Enterprise, Wallowa
and Lostine. This will be done most
probably in municipalities that have
At his home in (¡rants Pass, Sohn
b«en voted dry not by their own
H. Brown, after a lingering illness
The lawful season ¡or the killing of of 15 months, of septicima. He was
electors but by those of contiguous
male deer ope us August 15, and the boru in Lane county Janna-y 7, 1885,
The alleged authority in this couase season for female deer will open and was the son of the late M. C.
Is the constitutional amendment, September 1. The season for both Brown and M. A. Brown. He leaves
alsive quoted, which gives “the legal closes ou November 1st. it is against two sisters, a mother and one broth
vol« rs of every city and town . . . the law to hunt or kill deer at night er.
power to enact and amend their muni between one hour after sunset atid
Died,at her h< me in Junction City,
cipal charters, subject to the con one hour tiefcre sunrise. No person
Ore.. July 22. 1906, Mrs. Elizabeth
stitution ami criminal laws of the may kill more than live deer during
Taylor, at the age of 76yeais.O months
state of Gregor," which means, ac the season. Hunting deer with dogs
and 20 days.
cording to this interpretation, that is prohibited.
Miss Elizabeth Lewis was born in
the electors of every town shall have
Perry county, Ky., January 2. 1H30.
authority to amend their municipal
At the age of two years she became
charter so as to regulate the liquor
o' troubles that rubbed E. H. Wolfe, an invalid and remained so to her
traffic, independent of the restric
of Rear Grove. Ia., of all usefulness, death .
tions of the local option law, in the came when be t>egan taking Electric
Her parents with her moved to
same way as i>efore the local option Bitters. He writes: "Two vears ago
MoMouri in ISM Though an invalid
wa was enacted or applied.—Oregon
ering, which I would have never «he was a sucesaful public school
survived had I not taken Electric teacher for many years.
Hitters, they also cured me of gen married Eber Taylor in 1871.
eral debility.” Sure cure for all
stomach, liver and kidney complaints. Taylor died in 18-0.
Mood diseases, headache, dizziness was converted at the age of 19 and
For Infant» and Children.
aud weakness or bodily d-eline. was a faithful Christian woman until
Price 5th*. Guaranteed by W. L. De- the last.—Times.
Leno's drug store.
otherwise otters for loan, gift, sale or
distribution, to any minor child, any
book pamphlet magazine n-wspapi r
or other printed paper devoted to the
publication, or principally made up
ot criminal news police reports or ac
counts of criminal dee s, or pictures
ami stories of deeds of bloodshed,
lust or crime; or if any person ex
hibits upon any Street or highway, or
in any oilier place within the view of
any minor child any bo< k, magazine,
newspaper, writing, paper, picture,
drawing, photograph, or other article
or articles w ithin the desriptlons of
articles mentioned in the first and
se *on<l subdivisions of this setion,
or any of them, upon ccnvition there
of shall be punished by imprison
ment in the penitentiary nut lune
than one year nor more than three
years, or by a tine of not less than
Kit>0 nor more than $15<M>. ”
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A marriage license was issued thia
L. Bonney is acting as night police
afternoon to Orland H. W inkle and officer while W. W. Purdy is at en-
, Miss Lureua White.
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