BAD BOYS - Lewis
DETECTIVE SEEKS LOCAL EVIDENCE For tho purpose of securing evidence evidence against Chris Luis, the Greek v.diite slaver charged with taking Mrs. Grace Dillman from this city to Walla Walla Walla and from Walla Wulla to La Grande for immoral purposes, James Gaynor, a detective In the department department of Justice, was here last night. He has been in every city where Luis and bis slave stopped and thinks the case Is sufficiently strong tc land the Greek In tho penitentiary. Willie here, ho went to two of the rooming houses in which Mrs. Dill-man Dill-man In her deposition declared she and Luis had stayed as man and wife but be found that tho pages for the dates mentioned had been torn out of both registers. However, ho will secure the registers as evidence In the trial which will occur, soon. Gaynor Is "a nephew of Mayor Gaynor Gaynor of New York, and has been In the secret service of the department of Justice for five years during which tlmo he has had splendid success In bringing white slavers to justice. Ho was called from Chicago some weeks ago to trace a missing Portland girl and in eight days had located her In a den of vice in Sacramento where she had been placed by Steve Pennegato, an Italian. Pennegato, it will bo remembered, remembered, was convicted recently in the federal court and sentenced to ten years by Judge H. S. Bean.