Roseburg news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1920-1948, October 05, 1921, Page 6, Image 6

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SCHOOL SHOE
SPECIAL -
at Prices that undersell Values, absolutely
unbeatable. '
BOYS
High-cut, with buckles, heavy
sole:
Bitot 11 Mi to 2 3.05
Slzoi 2 to 6 W-45
Boys' Heavy Bluchers,
Thick soles:
13 M to 2
thi to 6..
.$2.05
.$3.40
GIRLS
Urown call, lace, regulation
top:
Sizes 114 to 2 $2.75
GIRLS
Brown calf, foot shape laat:
11 ',4 to 2 $2.05
Girls' brown or black gun
meia Icalf, excellent quality
school shoe,
Sizes 2Vi to 8 f . ..$1.45
These are but a few of our School
Shoe Bargains.
Buster Brown School Shoes in alt sizes
now in best make in the world.
AROUND THE TOWN
In on Business
Frank Buralk, of Melrose, spent
the day In this city attending to
business matters.
Kiddle Vixitor
' A. B. Crlpp, prominent resident
of Kiddle vicinity, spent-the day here
attending to various buslnoss mat
ters. Motor to Portland
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Barnes left
yesterday morning In their machine
for Portland, where they will spend
a week enjoying a pleasure trip.
Horn
To Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Cleveland,
of this city, on October 6th, -a baby
girl, weighing 8 lbs. Their many
friends are congratulating thera up
on the new arrival.
Vnder New Management
The plumbing shop, belonging to
C. W. Hughes, but recently purchas
ed by Del Rast, is closed for a few
days. Mr. Rast Intends to make a
few changes, which will take a few
days time.
Attend Conference
Mrs. A. C. Marsters left last ev
ening for Forest drove, wherp she
will attend a Methodist Conference,
which is being held In that city U,B
week. Mrs. Marsters was sent from
the local church as a delegate,
tionsclenoe was Pricked
Frank Burslk, of Melrose, receiv
ed an unslKned letter today post
marked at Vancouver, Wash., which
contained the following: "Dear
Friend: (enclosed find II for water
melons that I stole a few years ago.
Your friend." A dollar greenback
was enclosed In the letter. Mr. Ilur-
slk says he don't remember having
lost the fruit.
In From Myrtle Creek
Edwin Weaver, of Myrtle Creek
spent the day In this city attending
to business matters.
Here From Glendale
Howard Lystul, of Olendale, spent
the day here attending to business
matters.
Here From Drain-
Mrs. W. C. Sagaberd, of Drain,
spent the morning here attending to
shopping matters.
Sutliorlin Visitor
Miss Flora Van Alstyne, of Suther-
lln, spent a few hours here this
morning, shopping.
In From Wilburs
Mrs. J. O. Russell, of Wilbur,
spent the morning In this city shop
ping and visiting with friends,
lloturns Hume
Mrs" E. W. Smith, who has been
visiting in this city for the past few
weeks, returned to her home In Elk
ton this aftornoon.
In From Dlxonvllle '
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reckley, of
Dixonvllle. were In this morning
looking after business matters.
Oakland Visitors
C. L. Chenoweth, of Oakland, mo
tored to this city this morning to
spend a fow hours looking after
business matters.
Ijonvn for Salem
Mrs. A. C. Seely and sister, Mrs.
C. D. Buick. of Myrtle Creek, left
tills morning for Salem, where they
will spend a week visiting with rela
tives and friends.
Meeting Postpone!
Postponnment Trial
Is Overruled
(Continued on Tt
Insanity defense but declared that
he bad an opinion as to whether the
Insanity of the defendant in this case
was real or faked. Me wouia. now-
ever, he said, give the defendant tho
benefit of a doubt.
The defense submitted him to
challenge and the state resisted it.
Judge Bingham then asked the mnn
several questions and stated that the
Juror was competent.
In questioning by the district at
torney, Larkins said be bad no bias
against circumstantial evidence and
had no conscientoua scruples against
the Infliction of the death penalty.
. Dr. Brumfleld smiled at his wife
when the discussion centered around
the possibility of a death penalty
verdict.
Clionoweth Is Excused.
C. L. Chenoweth, on Oakland hard
ware merchant, was next examined.
Mr. Chenoweth from the very first
of the examination exhibited a mark
ed prejudice against the defendant
and In spite of all questions main
tained that he had Tormed an opin
ion that he could hardly disregard.
As a result he was excused.
Both the defense and state chal
lenged Chenoweth. The defensa on
the grounds that the man was biased
against the prisoner and the state
on the grounds that the man bad
conscientious scruples against in
voking the death penalty as a pup
t.ihment for first degree murder.
The nanes of Jim Marvin was
drawn as a substitute for Mr. Chcn
owelh. Strong la Exnmlned.
H. H. Strong of Sutherlin, stated
that he had read a great deal of the
Brumfleld case In the News-Review
and that he had formed a strong
opinion as to the guilt or lssocence
of the prisoner. He also admitted
that he had a bias against an In
sanity plea In a case like this. The
defense challenged Strong and the
state resisted the challenge. Judge
Bingham asked Mr. Strong several
questions for the purpose of ascer
taining the state of mind of the jur
or. Strong Informed the Judge that
try as he could he felt that he would
be unnhle to overcome the prejudice
in his mind. He was excused from
duty. '.
Qoorge B. Best was drawn In his
stead.
Nearly Two Hours Consumed
Nearly two hours were consumed
in the examination of. these three
men. Judge Bingham then called a
noon recess and an adjournment was
taken until 1:30 o'clock. .
Court Convenes.
George Best was excused from
examination, stated that Dr. Brum-
field bad performed deulal work torA
nit laaiuy. ne earn ma uuiu
U lions with Brumfield had always
been Btousitnt. Th dental work he
po? of was dun about six years
ago, Mr. Payne said. '
Mr. Payne aald he took the Ntws
Ravlow and the Portland Journal,
and had read of the murder case. He
said he had no firm, fixed opinion on
the ease and could disregard every
thing but the evidence Introduced in
the trial and try the case fairly.
Mr. Pavna said he had no opinion
as to the sanity of Brumfleld. In
answer to a direct question Mr.
Payne said he could give the defend
ant a fair and Impartial trial and
would follow the Instructions of the
court.
The defense pawed the juror for
cause. 1
Attorney Hammersley for the state
questioned Mr. Payne. He asked Mr.
Payne If he was acquainted with
Dexter Hlce and was answered in the
affirmative.. Mr. Payne said. he did
not like circumstantial evidence but
would not reject It If It was strong
enough.' Mr. Payne said he would
expect the defense to prove Brum
fleld's Insanity in the event it is in
terposed as a defense. He said he
voted once for the death pennlty and
once agalnBt It. and had -no objection
to that form of punishment.
Mr. Payne was passed as a Juror.
Walter Coates Kvanilned.
Walter O. Coates, of Olnlla. was
next examined. He said he had fol
lowed. the case through the News
Review. He was a:k?d by Attorney
Rice If he had read "Prune Plrkln's"
and the prospective Juror replied.
"Yes, I read that more than any
thing else." It was necessary to
call for order In the courtroom. Mr.
Coates said that he had an opinion
as to the guilt or Innocence of the
defendant, but that the opinion
could be set aside and a verdict ren
dered on the testimony of the wit
nesses and the verdict of the court.
The defense passed the Juror, for
cause and the state took up the ex
amination. At a late heur this afternoon the
examination of jurors was still in
progress.
a hit. No runs, on nn, no errors.
Second half Keiwiy rouieu w
Wi.rU, who took the ball back . of
Drat. Ward torsw out iieusal. Raw
ildt got a short hit to right. Sny
der forced Rawlins at second. Feok
lnpaugh to "Ward. o runs, one hit,
no errors. I
Elt'hth Inning. '
First half Miller popped out to
Bancroft. Ruwllnga tossed . out
Pecklupaugh. Ruth atruck .out.
Douglns was given big band. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
d...,,i hair Smith batted for.
Douglas and filed out to Rth. Pack
hr..i nut Burns. Bancroft sent ,
high fly to Ruth. No runs, no hits,
no errors.
Ninth-Inning.
First half Haines now pitching
for tho Giants. .Meusel poppea to
Itawlincs. Kelley took ripp s
grounder and touched first. Ward
pushed a single Into rigni. ina in
keea were trying the hit and run
ni fin th olav McNally singled to
left.. Ward going to third. McNally
stole second. Schang struck out. No
runs, two bits, no errors.
Second hair Krlscn smgiea into
light, making his fourth hit. Voung
forced Frlsch. Ward to Peck. Kelley
hit into a double play, Pack to wara
to Plpp. No runs, one hit, no errors.
Kcore- liy innings.
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MILMNKKY SPKCIAL FOK
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY.
Every velvet and plush lam in
stock 20 per cent off Thursday and.
Friday only; at milllne-v suction Bel
lows Store. Mrs. W. W. Gray, '
Yankees Shut Out
Giants In Game
(Contlnned from Page One)
Ruth, who let the ball fly up In the
air before he caught It for the out.
Pecklnpaugh threw out Burns at
first. Ward threw out Bancroft at
first. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Fourth Inning.
First half Ruth up and the out
fielders backout out against the
fences. Ruth walked. Meusel filed
out to . Frlsch, Plpp sacrificed.
Frlsch tO'Kellv. Ruth mnvina on to
Jury duty on account of sickness in second. Bancroft threw out Ward
his family. Mr. Best did not under-'at first by leaping catch. No runs.
go an examination
John H. Herstine, of Olalla, was
selected in the place of Mr. Best.
Mrs. Bnimfleld I .ate.
no hits, no errors,
Second half Frisch singled into
right, making his second hit for the
game. Frlsch stole second. It was
Mrs. lirumneid did not arrive In I a close decision and the Yankees
the courtroom this afternoon until , kicked. Young sacrificed, Mavs to
nearly 2 o'clock. When she entered Plpp, Frisch going to third. ' The
Dr. Brumfleld smiled and beckoned
her to his side. She smiled at him
and took a chair near him.
Small Crowd Attend.
Owing to the lack of excitement In
the jury selection proceedings, the
courtroom this afternoon was not
crowded.
George Hall, of Oakland, was ex
amined by the defense. He stated
(-Greens school house called for to
morrow, has been postponed until
October 27, because of the activities
In the prune mchards.
Reopening of the
Liberty Theater
with new Prices, 10c, 15c. Thursday, Oct. 6th :
cinyv :
' SEE BEAUTIFUL
Clara Kimball Young
at her best in this wondrous Love Story of Old California,
Glorious as the Sunset,, Sweet as the Mission Bells in
"FortheSouldfRafael"
A story you'll wish to see again. If you love Romance, Ac
tion, wonderful Drama, beautiful Setting's, you don't
want to miss this great pirtura at our new opening.
ALSO GOOD COMEDY. PRICES 10c, 15c.
The meeting of the women at the j that he was not acquainted with the
urifiiimm anu aia not Know uenms
Russxll. Mr. Hall said he had heard
the case discussed quite frequently
and that he had discussed the case
with others. He said the case had
been discussed In his presence since
Ire had been drawn as a juror. Mr.
Hall also said he expressed his
opinion on the case upon numerous
occasions. Mr. Hall had read the
Portland papers and the News-Re-vfew,
be said.
When asked If he frequented the
Pearce harness shop. Mr. Hall said
he "dropped In occasionally." He
admitted having a firm opinion, an
firm that It would be hard to lay
aside and disregard. He said the
opinion he had might bias him In the
trial, circumstantial evidence was
not sufficient to convict, Mr. Hall
said, and he would be unable to re
turn a verdict on such evidence.
Mr. Hall aald he had no precon
ceived Ideas concerning the reality
or tne defendant s Insanity.
Rice challenged the Juror for
cause.
Neuner questioned Mr. Hall con
cerning his fixed opinion, and ther
resisted the challenge.
Judge Bingham Informed the pros
pective juror that the case would not
be trawl on hearsay but upon matters
to come before the court. Mr. Hall
then said he could probably disre
gard the things he had heard on the
cat.. He was excused by the judge
T. J. Medley, a farmer In Use Oak
land section- waa selected In Hall'i
place.
M. H. Payne, of Tonealla. upon
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Here is what you have betn locking (or
BOYS' KNEE
PANTS
made of pure Virgin Wool-stout
and durable, will stand hard wear
- Can throw them in a tub and
wash them, comes out lookinh
" like new.-Lined throughout. You
...111 H1. 1L .
win line uivm.
AGES 6 TO 17. ASK FOR VIRGIN
1 . .. WOOL KNEE PANTS
LIBERTY IIEOPEXS
The Liberty theatre, under the
management of C. B. Huber, will re
open tomorrow evening, featuring
Clara IJImball Young. In her most
repent picture, ror ine ooui 01 rva
fael. "Mr. Huber was recently com
pelled to close his theatre on account
of the serious Illness of his daugh
ter.
He Is bringing a piano player here
from Portland, and promises to pro
vide high class entertainment for bis
patrons.
Yankees held a conference at the
pitcher's box. The Infield ptayed
back and then fame In on the grass
Kelloy struck out. Pevklnpnugh
threw out Meusel at first. No runs.
one hit, no errors.
Fifth Inning.
First half McNally got a lone hit
Into left Held for two bases. Snyder
tried to get McNally off second
Schang sacrificed, Douglas to Kelley
McNally taking third. Mays struck
out. McNally stole home. Snyder
touched him with the h!! ifter he
had crossed the plate. Frlsch robned
Miller of a hit and threw him out at
first. One run. one hit, no errors
Second half Pecklnpaugh tossed
out Rawllngs at first and also threw
out Snyder. Douglas grounded to
Plpp. No runs, mi hits, no errors.
Sixth Inning.
First half Bancroft, took Peckln
paugh's roller but his throw was too
late to get the runner and It went
for a hit. Peek went to second on
a passed ball. Ruth atruck out. Peck
scored on Meusel's long hit lo left
field for three bases. The GlnntF
threw the hall to first base and Kel
ley touched the base. Meusel belnc
declared out. The claim was that the
runner did not touch first base, ripr
walked. The play on Mensel's drive
was Meusel to Kelley to Rawllngsjo
Douelns to Kelley. Dnunlns tried te
catch Plpp off first. Tipp out steal
Ing, Snyder to Rawllngs. One hit.
one run. no errors.
Second half Mavs took Burns'
hopper and threw him out at first
Bancroft out on grounder to Plpp
Pipp slid Into the bag to make tin
putout. Frlsch got a three base hit
to left, his third hit. Teck threw nut
Young at first, making a neat stop
and a long throw from bark on tin
grass. No runs, one hit. no errors.
Seventh Innliur.
First half Ward struck out. Raw
llngs threw out McNally at first
Schang hit by batted ball and war
declared out. Mnvs pets credit for
J. E. Leonard, of Olalla. was in
the city today attending the trial and
looking after business matters.
o
Posseman Killed
For Bandit Today
LOYALTON, Cal., Oct. 6. One
posseman killer and another wound
ed was the result of the pursuit to
day of the two robbers who yester
day held up the Sierra Valley bank
here and escaped with fifteen thou
sand dollars in an automobile. The
posseman was kilted by a fellow
posseman. who mistook him for one
ol the robbers.
2 O-
TODAY'S MARKET,
PORTLAND, Oct. 6. Cattle were
Jteady today; hogs unsettled, and
eggs alio Duller steady.
KU'TOAlT X
WANTB Saddlo pony. W. A. Jenkins,
flitin.. H-1-'J1.
wultress at
WANTKU K . i (u r k' I iced
ljnqiiu Hoteljii om-
AA.Nll-.lj (,ood watch doa. Address
I'A.NNKiti HKLP WANTED Apply at
. j , mi ol. rraiiK J. morion.
A.Mh.i line good men. 40 cents
""ui. ii. a. uue I'atKlng- house.
r i head of R-oats. Inquire
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l.'X I'll.
DrattiiiK compass. Owner
"'"! have sume by calling at this
- im iuy ic-r miv.
on Al.l-. Horse, wt. shout SIU0. UooU
iidniK or pack hone: will drive. See
- - - 'pose tjurage.
The Roseburg Booterie Offers You
Shoes at Money-Saving Prices
Hhoea and hosiery for men, women and children olTered at the lowest prices for yenn. Wt will
not attempt lo quote any p rtcoa, but k yon to come In and in wct our oltcrlngs and see for your
self. You will find shoos or low ahoca, up to the minute in stjle, made of the bent material above all
you will be correctly flttisl.
He sure and bring the child n-l, hrnv. Extra sprriata in school shoe.
Si J.".. v 'ii! J1"0 FOIl MK. WHITM AN KIKTH SHOES FOU SlcFI.WAlX MIOES FOB MEX AM)
lAsmo.v l'LATE SHOES FOB WOMEX. MKN AM WO.MK.V. HOYS.
ROSEBURG BOOTERIE
PEllKJXs) BLIXJ.
IRV1.X BRCXX.
Shoes) That Satisfy aad Fit Tour Fret
CAHe) ST.
""in. or machinery wanted In trade
fir vouiik hay more. Weight 1265
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niare. n-ciKht alimit Hon. Will trade
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nunnir. overhauled.
:-i'd condition.
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7 ",,-',v,"r,h''- new tire..
1M7 Ford tmir. harirnin
l.'v-oniol.ile lout, new tires. -Hurley
mnt'irryele.
Krisv Terms. .
321 W. rass.
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All tiiU miiwt Km
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"California Strollers1
Original Broken Melody
Syncopators
The most wonderful Dance Orchestra on the Pacific
. . Coast will glay for a
DANCE ,
at the ARMOR Y, Friday
t Night, October 7, 1921.
Miss Mildred Filmer, Mack Sennelt bathing beauty,
' 't will appear in songs and dances.
Dance starts at nine p. m, ends one a. m.
General admission $-.23
Gentlemen dancing ; 1.00
4ST Including War Tax.
x Friday Night at Armory Be there.
t-ve money on your shoes at the
Booterie.
DAILY WKATHKR REPORT.
U. a. IVeatoer auresn. local oftlca,
loeoburg. Oregon. 24 hours andlns t
PneIHatia tm lachsa aad Baaandtka
iciiiiieramrD yodluroay .. ,s
Lowest tempej-atura last night .. 4.1
Precipitation last 21 hours 0
Totnl nriu.fr. .Inn. .. u n
Normal precip. for this month 2.61
.v.. iruiu oeju i, ii.
to date J.45
Total excess from Sept. I, 21... .01
seasons. (Sept. te May, Ino.) . . .Sl.SS
Orearoa:
tonight and Thurixl.iv fair.
WILLIAM BELL. Ohserro'
COl'XTY COl HT MEETS.
The county court met this nors
Ing for Us regular monthly sesiloaj
The morning was spent conlorH
the usual routine Mils and othsr,
routine matters. The court ou 1
full road piotrrani for this i""!
and will be very busy durlni
next few days. The court plans
keep as much road work aa pouiw
j,.ir.0 htt winter In ort 1
KUiiiK on uoiiefi .-- -
to provide employment. ...
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SPIRELLACOHSKTI..
measure. v - , t -
Toaight
15c
iilfell , 25c
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"THE BRONZE BELL"
FEATIUIXG
DORIS MAY
Intrlguo In New York, rebelllim In India, love and '""V""'
two worlds! A fajiious nivel turnel to tlirilllng action
on the screen.
A fHKSTKIl MOXKKY COMKI1Y AND I'KIV
TOMOUltOW
- a . '"
THE WITCHING HOIU," WITH A SrKCI.ll- i."
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15c TODAY OJiJUY a3
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
"THE NUT"
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A picture replete with thrilling fents and aile-splltin
the man who inventexl his way to the altar.
SKSXKTT nwrnv lVTKUXATIOXAL NEH''