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About Eugene weekly guard. (Eugene, Or.) 190?-1910 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1906)
. SEVEN PRISONERS
When they are weak, tor
pid, or stagnant, the whole
system suffers. Don't neg
lect them at this time, but
heed the warning of the
aching back, the bloated
face, the sallow complexion,
the urinary disorder, and
begin treatment at once with
. . . . . : STEPS TAKEN
A Boatmans Story :
IH é E
TO FORM FAIR
I was at tlie seashore during the
summer. Being passionately fond of t
sailing and not being a sailor myself,
1 hired a superannuated fisherman to
(From Saturday's Guard.)
(From Thursday's Guard.)
(From Saturday's Guard )
sail me. Cue afternoon us we were
First l alf—Oregon, 0; Willamette.
A number ot
Seven prisoners in the Lane county
leaving the dock a woman not quite
This half was played with the ball arrived at middle age came down lead siasts met last er«‘ing pUrgUi *ht|
jad made a desperate attempt to re
ing a little boy and bad some private call fot the putpo.e t ?f ‘»kib« J
iu Willamette’s leriitoiy.
gain their liberty early this morning
The secend half resulted, Oregon, conversation with my sailor. I noticed to organize a Laue C
and no dou'-t would have succeeded
that he spoke to her very gently, even turai Associatiou.
4 ; Willamette, 0, on di’Hcult place affectionately, aud patted her sou on chosen chairman of the
had it not Iceen for Night Officer Geo.
kick from the ■Jn yard line by Moul- his curly head. There was something J. M. \V illinias secretary
Croner s little fox
terrier dog which contains the best and
iu the appe.iranee of the woman that usual speech-makinj lgt U was Jn-uiJ
Tiny.” which accopmauies its mas safest curative substances.
All through the game Oregon
interest«.; me. Either she had experi that the association he i
For testimonials of remarkable cures
ter on his rounds.
Send for Book on Kidneys, No. 8.
disastrous funi bles. enced some deep grief or had commit corporated and stock >”-ued. jJ
a number of
Ab-ut two o'clock this morning
C. 1. Hood Co., Lowell, Mass.
ted some siu for which she could uut , following committee was .
some very close to Willamette's goal forgive herself. But of al! this my
Officers Croner aud Purdy
draft plans of iucorporatic «i'I’oitjted J
line. Had the field tieen dry Oregon conceptions were vague. While talk
standing near the city hall listening
termine the amount of
ing to the old man there was a shad
to a noise which they thought came jail,but he says he did not know what
would have scored two or three touch
ow on her face, but on turning away
/’'> of th* ^1
from the county jail, but which they was going on.
downs. Oregon dearly outplayed the
grounds: J. M. W ill lams, b i- I
her lips parted iu a happy smile.
discovered to be the drippping of
Methodists, but the latter's luck on
Once on the water, after much plead
Irving DuBoise appears to have
the water from the eaves of tlie city
recovery kept the score down.
ing and ma..y promises. I got a story and W. M. Green.
ball. When they were about to more been the ringleader in the attempt to
from my navigator:
on they noticed Croner’» dog rear |up escape. When a refioiter questioned
“I knew Annie Miller when she was
Both teams in good condition, each
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on the iron fence around the county the prisoners be was the spokesman.
man keyed to the highest pitch, is a slender little thing of fifteen, Ail
jail ami it seemed to be listennig at He stated that the sheriff bad called
bow.the football eleven of A iliamette
something. Croner entered the jail them a lot of “kindergaitens” and
body iu this place is. Her father had
aud the team of Oregon faced tach
bad luck aud got very poor, Al Ear-
yard to ascertain wbat was attracting just to show him that they knew more
other at 2:30 this afternoon on Kin ker, a feller about thirty-five who'd
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the dog's attention ami was surprised than he thought the escape was
caid field. Each team realized that gone to sea aud come back witli some
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to hear a noise as if some one was planned. DuBoise made the asset
the game in ail probability decides to prize money for towin' iu a deserted
digging out of the jail. In a moment tion that he didn't care very much
whom the honors of the state shall be vessel, befriended him, and -the two
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discovered a small aperture about getting a’‘ ay, but wanted to i
long, ami j ossioly those of the North made It up between 'em that Al was
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through the west wall of the iail and show that it was mi difficult matter
west. As neither was over confident to marry Annie,
could see someone inside prying away to do so.
St. Petetaburg, Nov. l.-Geneta. I " ■ '
of victory both sides were tilled with
It was plainly evident OPPORTUNITY ALWAYS THERE.
She’d a lover nin, one of the most famous tsiroriik I T.llSt.
a craft us you ever s.
that determination from which conies
that a tail break was in progress.
de long voy- and head of their lighting orwDj’ I Tbe
on the water, but he
the fastest kind of football.
1'bese mere boys attempted some
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had a good tion during the Plehre luutiny .
ages, so her father and
Purdy ran to telephone Sheriff Fred
Willamette's manager claims that chance to bring her round, They soon
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Fisk and Deputy C. C. Hamm, ml, thing that older men would think im
Crown I’rlnce Frederick William of Prussia, oldest son of the German the recent game with Whitman is no got her before the wind aud sailed
while Croner with two 22 20 Colt' pussible. Time and again ever since emperor, was married June 6. 1'.»’5. to the Grand Duchess Cecilia of Mecklen
His disappears^ J I li uue
criterion of tlie worth of his team her into the port of matrimony. But
pistols in his bands watched the work the jail lias been built attempts have burg-Schwerin. On the 4th of July. 1906, a son was born to the royal couple
now. He says that his men aie 60 per when they got her there she was all serious menace to persons »boss
of the piisoners who were all the been made to break the steel cell rods His birth was heralded throughout Germany by the ringing of bells mid salutes
The of 101 guns, ami the Imperial Infant was christened Frederick William, nftei cent better than two weeks ago. stove iu aud ready to sink.
time unconscious of tils presence out- blit always without sue-ess
“Al spent a few months at home,
The 'varsity here has the best of the
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ide. It was nearly 30 minutes be same opportun'ty the boys had has his father and grandfather. If he Ilves to succeed his father, the crown prlm-e
then weut on a long cruise. He'd been
lo always been there, I ut it took the in on the German throne, lie will be known as William IV. The kaiser Is Iminess weight by three pounds, but seems to gone a year when in comes Jack Tuck has produced.
fore Deputy Hammond arrived.
He was oondennJ I pr»iu ii
malily proud of Ids little gran Ison. whose birth on our Independence day makes have suffered more from injuries,
the meantime the prisoners were dig genius mind of some one of ttiese
er. Annie's old lover, aud when he to perpetual imprisonment for
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Im.i p.u ■: -<->uarl.v Interesting to American».
because of Latourette's “eharley finds Annie married he sinks right
ging away and every minute Officer
plicity in the assassination of Minis. I I Msed pr
horse.” The other men are in good down on the beach, covers Ills face
Croner expected to see a prisoner s Boise, to figure out a means of escape
ter of the Interior Sipiaguine and tb«l I tneir <•
but no better than Wiliam- with his Im. Js and shakes like a ship
head emerge from tin* bole. 11“ could
attempt on the li’e of Pobodieudo. I I in pia
buckin’ up against waves driven by
easil* see the hand of ttie prisoner of used.
j a hurricane. Then without goin’ to sett, late procurator general bf .(¡J lui i
who was working. All the bricks and
ned some surprises for his opponents see even his old mother he lights out
mortar were pulled inside, so as not
Three years ago three prisoners dug
mins on the Mongolian frontier Feb-I I ter we
which, with the new changes, he be- and doesn’t show up again for anothet
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to attract attention.
h hole tlir->ugti the west wall of the
lieved would do much for Oregon,
When Deputy Hammond arrived lie jail only h few feet to tlie north of
"One day a body of a man was found
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and Officer Puidy opened the front tlie one made last night and escaped, j
up iu the Inlet. There were certain
weather, and the general belief was marks about It that led some people to
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door of the jail, «mi they could l eal lint ibis was an easy matter to <lo.
ttie prisoi ers scudding to their cell Tlie prisoners were allowed theiibefty
to sea for a long cruise without lieing
like a lot of rats.
of the outside corridor and it was
The teams lined up in the follow heard from. They called for Annie to
In a moment Sheriff Fisk arrived only the work of a few minutes to
decide the matter, and she decided that
and the three entered the main com punch u bole through the wall and
It was, so they burled it, and a head
partment. All was dark and still and crawl out. Since then the precaution
Hug.................... ...c. . . . .. ... Nelson stone was put up over the grave, sacred
the sheriff warned the prisoners that has always been taken to lock the
Pinkham............ 1 g r.......... . ... Marker to the memory of Alfred Banker. The
he would shoot the first one that prisoners in their cells nt night and
widow put on mouruin’, but there was
Scott................... -r g 1.......... . . Hewitt
made a move. '1 he light was turned to keep them in I tie inner corridor
not much grid f. and when Jack Tucker
1 t r......... .... Belknap came In again she picked up mighty
on and all of the prisoners except during ttie day.
Milwaukee, Nov. 2.—A telephone
r t I...., Lnmsbury quick. Jack wanted her to marry him
Hugh Saxon,awaiting trial for murder,
WILL GUARD PRISONERS.
Fred Moulleu 1er.......... • . . Thomas right off. but she said she feared she message to the “Evening Wisconsin”
and Irving Du Boise, for abduction,
from Wausau says that Leunard Leo
McKinuey. ... re 1 ...
The broken steel rods will be re
Coleman might have been mistaken about her
were found in there cells These two
Clarke ............ .. f............. . Rader. husband bein' dead and put him off.
bad evidently not bad time to legain placed by new ones, it I eing neces-
with the murder of Mrs. Leslie, u
their cells and had climbed to the top ■ary to send to Newton, Ohio, fol
Chandler, ('apt. • r h 1.......... ......... Mace he came bac-k, no change havin' taken actress, was arrested there t.iiiy,
of the cell cage,wheie they were lying them. Until their arrival the prison
place ns regards Al. Annie married Leopold is reported to hare nwk »
•q.............. ... .Owens Jack. He left cruisin', turned fisher
fiat. They were made to come down ers will all lie compeded to stay in
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Weight—Oregon, average■ 170; Wil-
and * were locked up.
Afterward tlie inner corridor, not being allowed
man and settled down right here. In
lamette, average 167.
ttie sheriff locked all of the prisoners to enter the ceils at all. At night a
time tlie little feller you saw with her
Referee, W. Lair Thompson, of Al at the dock e-.ime along, and the Tucker
out of their cel|s and compelled them watchman will be placed on duty it:
Chicago, Nov. 2. -An officer tai I iti- ,-„i
family was happy, only I noticed that
to sleep on the concrete floor of the the outer corridor to see that no
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fulfil r attempt to escape is made,
11. Annie was kind of worried and always been sent to Wausau to bring Leop-JU Ite: Ja.
seemed to be lookin' out for somethin' to Chicago, bis arrest ami coufrw i| I rupt u.
All the cell doors will tie locked so
BROKE CELL RODS.
or some one.
oeitig confirmed by news receiv’d <t
Upon investigation It was found that none can lie taken off and again
’hat the prisoners had gotten out ot used to break the rods. I he hole
I Abe Lb
vember. Tlie Tucker kid was about
the three cells which they occupied made in the brick wall was plugged
Salem, Nov. 3.—Iu the game here ' six months old. Ills father mid mother
I Out at.
by breaking off two of the steel rods up this forenoon.
today between Hie
Eugene high j havin' been married a year and a half.
school and the Salem high school That was tic? fall we had the big storm
in each. They admitted that they
had done the work during the day,
the first bait re-ulted in a score of 5 that swept the coast from Nantucket to
Hatteras. In the middle of the night
and to a Guard leportor this morning
to 0 in favor of the local lads.
I to go I
I heard a boom out at sea. Then th“
one of the piisoners stated that two
Final score—Salem,¿9; Eugene. 0.
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life savers went by in a hurry. I got
of tlit> bars had been broken two days
After the rods had tieen
Moulton, for she Is seventy eight years old. begging tier pardon for mentioning
ship was driftin' In. draggin’ her an
broken they were replaced and stuck
»m'li a delicate topic, and began writing before site was eigtiteeu At eighteen
chor. She stuck on the bar ami went i
togethei with soap.
she Imd written enough pcs-ms to till a book, which was then published. Mrs.
to pieces in an hour. Then wreckage I
During tlie day the prisoners are
Moulton has been a great traveler, for years making an annual visit to London,
and bodies came In. strewln’ the Iteach.
Boston, Nov. 1. — In his politick I but
allowed the libel ty of
. the inside cor
where she Is very much liked. Her first important book of pqeins, "Swallow
“Just as it was cornin’ light I turned speeches at tlie Republican rallies st I ’a-
Flights." was published in Ixindon. Mrs Moulton, whose husband. William A.
ridoi. They lifted the iron door off
and saw Annie Tucker Just behind me. Beverly and Salem last night A*M- I* 11 u
Moulton, the piilillslier, diet! in 1898, lives In Boston, of whose literary circle
the dungeon and pried the roda off
She was white as a corpse. Takin' mo
ney General Moody said he«»»ll,r* I UlD.i
Chicago, Nov. 1.—Charles Whitney she Is tlie leading feminine light
by the* sleeve, she led me. without a
with this. It must t have taken ttie
tigating the “great ami powerful i'b«i
combined strength of all seven of ttie
I his rs.-
rocks. There lay n dead body. At and oil combinations, ’’ au I that if !» I b»r>
prisoners, as tlie rotis are of the I-»st authorities to be r.--p insible for ex
once I recognized Al Barker.
tensive swindling operations, is un
steel and a saw will not effect them.
Washington, Nov. 1. —A curious re
“I took In the situation at once. She'd be would proceed without regard U I ‘intact
Once gaining Hie onside corridoi der ar est heio, to tie turned over to
sult of the recent adoption by tlie been livin' with Jack while another personal or political consequic«*
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there was nothing between the prisoi -
United States army system of identi man's wife.
It is claimed Norton lias defrauded
era ami liberty but a brick wall
fication by finger prints, is just re
“I stood lookin’ from the body to her
“A few weeks ago Mr. Bryan *<•
They lifted the iron shutters off of tile people of all parts of the United
ported to the- war department in the and from her to the body. She was n the trusts were the paramount
one of the windows and began the States out ot bonds and securities
discovery in the person of a eoldier picture of despair. Then an idea oc I am not sure that he was not right
work of digging a hole thtough tlie amounting to three million dollars by
at l-'ort Leavenworth of a British curred to me. Goin' up beyond high
two feet of brick.
Once going representing himself as a broker, sell
murderer for whom the Scotlnd Yard tide and tak'n’ a bit of board that bad
through the inside layer of cement it
authorities have tieen looking for for
In bis room was found
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was an easy matter to remove the proc-‘»‘'t«.
St. Johns, Nov X —The fact that
Palis, Nov. 3.—The minister of yeacs.
The man is serving a five
“‘What you goin’ to do?’ Annie
bricks. They iiad a hole fully 20 bonds, stocks, abstract« of land titles, Lieutenant Peary’s steamer Kooee- public instruction and worship today yeais’ sentence for a military crime
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inches square clear through except ill first mortgages Mid other negotiable
vi-lt was damaged by ice while the ex •
the outer layer when discovered, pa pels, ttie greatest part of which
not regard the Catholic church as au attempt was made to scare an im knows that a- haln't been dead all this Winfield man who has » punipb»
and it was only a question of a very are thought to tie genuine and worth piorer was making his last dash to liemg in revolt against the law pro print of his fingers he fought desper time, mid I don’t propose they shall.*
ward the North Pole was report’d te- viding for the separation of chinch ately, knocking down an attendant.
few minutes before they would hav-
“I dug a shallow grave, put the liody
isn’t in it at all with Thon. Stout,
been able to crawl through ami make wete found which on the face are day. The extent of the daninge was and state, or against the state.
The • Suspecting bis resistance indicated In it and covered It over with sand. this city. Mr. Stout has in bi»
their escape. The high iron fence worth about one million, but their not learned, Peary is al.o reported Catholic church has simply declined a bad previous record, the authorities Thon I took Annie by the hand and
Said to her:
den a pumpkin vine from
would nut have detained them a mo actual value is doubtful.
to take advantage of its privilege sent copies of the imprint to rark us
It is claimed that Norton, in vail to need coal.
If you value the peace and comfort that covers an aiea of •’»uw
tuetit. The hole in the outer wall was
under the law, as other religions did, cities and within a short time the
’f jour hu 'anil nncl son, keep this a
Mrs. Robert E. Peary, wife of the
almost as big as a man's hat when ing and trading these securities, has
and on December 11 would forfeit ita Scotland Yard reported that the man secret.’
's . around, »nd it
made many thousands of dollais, explorer, today received the folio*
and a halr inches
the work was stopped.
980,000,060 property atei theieafter committed hu atrocious murder in
She Jl«t threw her arms al»out my 15 pumpkins, the
and th“ p< sial authorities have la-en ing telegram from Commander
Peary, live under the common la*.
The Morta aud was sentenced to life ini- ne< k and cried.
»nd ” I
35 inches in c
X dated at Hopeciale, I-abrador:
The prisoners in the jail at the time
chuiches, MS state and c-'tnmunal prieoument. but escaped to America.
“I «ent her home and watched th,
id the largest b»«<|
when he disappeared
were as follows:
grave all day to see that the tide didn't ing 18 pounds, an-
"Our boniewaid voyage has tieen property. would remain open for
inches »nd •
Thomas Reeves, aged 18 vears, and Mich., ostensibly to go to Loudon. an incessant battle with ice, stoims Catholic worship.
go high enough to wash out the t>ody. a circumference of 51 Tbe combiM»j
Hugh Saxon, 111, awaiting trail fo»
The object for which the Republi
and bead winds,
In my boat. and. sailin' out Into deeo weight of the 15 |
murder; incarcerated Aug. 7.
damaged and progress is very slow, can party in France struggled for
water, dropped it. loaded. Into the pounds. If you are a doubter f
James Davis, aged 18, awaiting tlial land, \t., for fraudulent use of the Waiting hete for coal from the mall thitty years, the minister said, bad
see for yourself.
or forgery ; incarcerated Aug. 14.
Have no nnixety.
Expect tieen achieved at last.
The old tran paused, pulled the main from the Elk Falls Journal
Floyd DuBoise, a«c-d Xl, and Irving
wire from Chateau Bay.
Cincinnati, Nov. 2 X —Joe Gens, sheet In a little, then finished:
Kansas, was handed to the
DuBoise, it, awaiting trial for^ataiuc
ministerial déclarai in of policy and lightweight champion of the
fectly »ell. ”
Si e mid I are the only ones that
tion; incarcerated October 5.
have known the secret.
The intrepid Arctic explorer failed the president has signed the Lilis to ■nd Kid Hermcnu, of Chicago,
222 Washington etieet.
Charles .Martin, aged 22, awaiting
to reach the North Pole, as he had l>e introduced in parliament Monday sigued articles 1 to tight twenty rounds know It. Hut you don't live here, and
its publication because
trial for larceny bv Icaile.’; incareer
Confidently hoped to do with hi* providing for the purchase of the or to ■ finish. : as the club may desire. I m not mistaken In supposin’ you'll time Elk Falls people rt
keep It to yourself.”
ated October 28.
the Uestern railiond and the abolition of before the Tononnh., Nev.. Athletic
t‘ e death penalty.
I shall probably never be hers gene and are per
Fred Smith, aged 17, awaiting Dial
Roosevelt, tail he penetrated nearei
Club. A purse of 930,001) split ,ixt. •'.g'ln I s * i <1_ “At any rate. I wottM with Mr. Stout.
for forgery, incarcerated Octola>i :k>.
Havana, Nov X - Governor Magoon to the pole than the Duke of Abruz
and forty per cent., the winner to •o-ner .! e than repeat your story tn -
kraiici« Tlrey, the boy who was has ordrrd strong bodies of rural
Congressman Rockwell Roar is «ink take the big ,od. has been offered *•5 th.it tl- - persons concerned could
si's expedition, which nad held the
ing rapidly at Worcester, Mass
Arctic ita’ord, Hi> decrees and
i he fight will take pl.ee co Xew be recognized ”
Mkool, was iu another part ot the and restore orde» in the island.
hie death is near at hand.
1 ears' eve.
EDWIN N BENTON
CROWN PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF GERMANY AND THE BABY
WHO MAY BE WILLIAM IV.
LOUiSv. bi-irtNOLER moui ton . novelist and poet .
CAUGHT AT LAST
AS TO TO
JOE GANS TO FIGHT
HERMAN AT TONOPAH
GOES GUNNING FOR
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