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OREOON CITY, OREOON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1911.
Per Week, 10 Cents
HOUSE INVESTIGATING COMMIT
TEE ALSO PLAN TO MAKE "
STANLEY QUESTIONS DIVIDENDS
Trust Buatar" Kellogg Admit Do
ing Employed By Corporation
And Bay a Ha Wae
WASHINGTON, Juna 13. Chairman
,titinl-y, of tha steel TniNi luvestlKut
lug committer, at tha mtetlng today
(lerlitrrcl hat tha committee would
kuniiiiiin any one be ha the President
i( l tie I'nlted Htata or J. I'lerpont
Morgan .to ascertain how rartaln
railroad, owned by the steel trust
were able to declare enonnoua dlvl
ilrml thi amall capitalization. It la
priiliulilt' that ei-Preldent Riwaeveli
and Mr. Morgan will ba asked to ap
peur tx'fore the commit tea when It
holda aeaaloua In New York.
"The chairman atid ihla committee,"
aaid Mr. Slauley, "want to know how
and why certain rallroada are able to
- y loo or 150 er cent dlvldenda and
lut 4,ooo,ot)0 or fS.ooo.ooo Into, their
mrplua, when their capitalisation la
only ft.000,000 or 5,0M),(K)0. That
may le all right, and U may not.
"We shall summon the Proaldent of
thf I'nlted State, J. P. Morgan or
any other peraon within the power ot
the committee to get tba whole truth
and nothing but the truth."
I think e ought to aumnum both
roe persona," aaid Repreaentetlve
Young, of Michigan, a member of tba
"You mean tha ex Prealdent of tba
I'nlted Stale lon'l you, aaked Chair
"Yea, of courae." Mr. Young replied.
Prank fl. Kellogg, special counsel of
the Department of Juatica In tha proa
mnion of tha Standard Oil Company,
and known a the "truat buater" told
In aleel truat Inveatlgatlng commit
tee that ha had for yeara been apec
lal counael of aubaldlary companies of
the I'nlted gtatea Steel Corporation
In Minnesota and that ha bad no
apologies to make for I'.
THE FIRST HITCH INT THE JUNE WEDDING PLANS.
Bot, Clara, you' "fTI'. -
Know it'S Customary Uj k
to osk the father . L
not he mot he v.
SALOON MAN MAKES
LAST FICHT TODAY
CIRCUIT COURT TO HEAR ARGU
MENT FOR REVIEW OF
Judge Campbell today will hear ar
gument on a petition Mr a review of
the case of Joseph Kerrlck, proprietor
of . the Ig Cabin Saloon, who was
fined $75 and given ten daya In Jail
by Recorder Stlpp for allowing wo
men In his aaluon. Kerrlck haa alnce
aaked the City Council to allow him
to transfer his llcena. but the re
quest has not been acted upon.
Gilbert Iledgea. wno represents
Kerrlck. contetida that the evidence
waa not aufftclent to convict, and that
the complaint wag not properly drawn.
The women, who wera arrested In a
room above the -saloon forfeited their
bonds of $20 each.. Kerrlck taallBed
that tha room was rented to a mill
Oregon City Fair Wedneeday;
Oregon Wednesday, fair;
CHURCH LADIES GIVE
RECEPTION FOR MISS ROBINSON
AND MISS PERCIVAL
practical problems are met In the dally
rlaaaca. Converxncea with the regu
lar member of tha college Btaff may
alao be arranged If there are problem
on which Information I desired.
In the lecture to be given aa Illus
tration of tha way laboratory practice
may be aupplemented by lecture In
struction, such subject will be taken
up aa marketing, and menu planning,
art In the home and Ita application to
sewing, dreasmakiug and millinery.
The dean or the department will give
a series of lectures on the place of
domeatlc science In the curriculum.
and Its Introduction Into country
achoola: a comparlaon of the plan of
domestic aclence and art work at tha
Oregon Agricultural College and at
almllar Eastern Institution; and the
preparation that domeatlc science and
art work gives a young woman for
The six weeks' course will afford
young women who are busy during the
winter an opportunity for a atudy of
home problem In cookery, dtaletica
nerving, plain aewlng, dreaamaklng,
home nursing ana sanitation, ror
teachera Interested In Introducing
such work Into tha schools where they
are to be next yeai auggeatlona will
be given with regard to what ahould
be taught children of different agea.
terest. Cookery, dressmaking, other
aewlng, and laundering will ba In
cluded In the Instruction.
Among the repreaentatlvea of O. A.
C. at the Y. W. C. A. conference at
llreakera. Wash., are Ruth Smith. '1L
Marshfleld; Alice Rlgga. '14. Rlcker
all: Anna Bell Lee. Grad.. Great Falla,
Mont.; and Charlotte Huff, "12. Port
HUSBAND BEAT HER,
SAYS WIFE IN SUIT
LAURA D. McCORMACK SEEKS
- - piVORCE, ALLEGING
Laura' D. McCormack haa filed
ault for divorce against Charles Mc
Cormack lo whom aba waa married
at Canemah on January 25, 1899.
Mra. McCormack charges her 'hus
band with cruel and Inhuman treat
ment any says that on numerous oc
cantons between January 1, 1905, and
June 8, 1911, he displayed a disagree-
READY TOR GAME
MANAGER HEDGES NAMES TEAM
TO DO BATTLE WITH
BEST-MEN PICO FOR STRUGGLE
Gallant Leader Urges Thoee Not Irv
cludod In Llat Not To Bacom
Peeved, But To Fight For
Glory of Cauaa.
That tba attendance at the Willa
mette Valley Chautauqua at Glad
atone, on July 4, the opening day, will
be the largest in the history of tne
association goes without aaying. The
program for that day la replete witn
Interesting feature, and one aipfoe-i-
the great baseball game between tne
teachers, on one side, and tne law
yers, doctors, minister and Qenusws,
on the other will attract visitors from
all parts of this and contlguoua coun
ties. -''it will be different In all re
specta from any game ever played be
fore, and the enthusiasm ta aireaay
at high pitch. ...
Tbe teachers, with that confidence
born of long eervtce, aa absolute maa-
tera, nave rrom tne aian. uecmreu
that they would win easily, and at the
outset named their team. The lav-
yera, doctors, ministers and dentists.
however, having been more nsea io
the upa and downa of life, more con
servative because of their association
with more or lesa of tiair equals, nave
taken their time In picking the men
upon whom they must rely in tne
final struggle. But at last tne team
I named the nine atalwarta and aev
bb reserves and each man baa given
his sacred promise that ne win ao
all In hia power for the- glory of the
rrail nrnfeaslona Of Wblcn be IS a
Hedge Namee Hia Nine.
Gilbert Hedgea, manager of the
team that la to do Dame wuu iu
tnachera. on Tuesday broke hia long
alienee. After announcing, the make
up of hia team and declaring mat it
aronld h called eltner "ine nuica.-
stones" or "The Invinctblee," he laya
Diplomat and Auther Who la
Halo at Age af Ninety-three.
BY "WILD 111"
the reaction from a protracted spree
that nreceded his Crimea. He had
oaten little and slept leaa through it
all. In hi flight he carried a quart
of whisky and when thl was gone
became sick and weak. He admiuea
he couldn't have held out much Ion
Byrd'a aged motner, at itearoan.
Wash., la atlll Ignorant of ner son a
situation. John Byrd, tha desperado's
only brother, is doing hia utmost to
keep the new from Her, rearing tne
shock mlKbt kill ner.
Byrd aeema resigned to bis late,
whatever It may be. atattng after be
ing landed In Jail, "Well, I'm wilHng
to lane wuaiever is comma w ""
fault with her. I mailed bar and great atreaa upon the importance of a
.ia oAt-tai i nam a. tarnrninaT tna iuc iuav a bv
BID I Vim f lltj uatiuvoit aaaa i w w
CITY GOVERNMENT BY
SY8TEM ADVOCATED BY NOTED
6PEAKERS AT BANQUET
name- would smell aa
Mr MrPnrmaolr un hei. husband Dy any oiuer
struck her maav tlmea with his flata. I aweet," said: , ..,
A Mr. and TJra. McCormack are -i nav neni
.h- of furnltura valued at thla Hat public. I nave ponoerea mj
1 "7..., I ,Z 15M. she asks or a portion, QtJtnlJI "ne-upwH
nU lo rCBUIIIV uvr . mniuru umuao.
Iura Rider. George C. Brownell and
William Stone are representing Mra.
COME AND SEE
Ty eight 6acr tracta of rich level
Innd 3-4 mile from Oregon City llmlta.
Front a on Molalla road and Is on the
'electric Una being built from Oregon
City to gllverton. I will sell you
fit her tract for $700 and give terms.
I own thla land and know the value of
laud. Thla I the best bargain to be
had In Clackamaa county. I have a
fine 60-acre tract on fine road S mllea
rrora Oregon Cly, 5 mllea from Caaby.
Will trade for city property anywhere
from Oregon City to Portland. OWe
me a dear-or you will always wlah
you had. Call Room 11 Stevena Bldg.,
After good eUrt we're running
atrong on knee lengtha and union
aulta. ' t
-Underwear In athletic, knee length,
half length, In balbrlggan and. nalir
aaopa are tine. ..,;
Dr. Welmel'a llnan mesh for pre
eplrlng daya abaorblng. Moat excel.
Int for recreation daya.
One of the aoclal funcllona of the
ar mm waa the reception given on
Tueaday afternoon at the home of
Mra. George A. Harding to Mlaa Clara
Lola Robinson and Mlaa Catharine II.
Perclval. of Philadelphia. Pa., who re
cently arrived In thla city, the latter
to apend the aummer and Mlaa Robin
son to live permanently. The affair
waa given by tbe Ladiee ot i. raui
Eplacopal church, and proved a most
delightful one. The Harding home,
where the rosea are In their fulleat
Kinnm a hower of beauty. The
.ri In Dink. Caroline Testout
and other pink roses being used In
nxtfniinn while the living room was
In white rosea and white peonlaa, the
dining room In yellow, and the recep
tion hall In red rose and ferna. An
archway between the reception hall,
living room and parlor, completed the
. I - I n ilu.lan
Th .volition committee conalsted
of Mias Clara Lola Robinson, Miss
Catherln II. Perclval. Mra. H. U
Kelly. Mra. Dan CNeu. mis m.
Holmea, Mra. O. A. Harding. Mra. R.
C. Ganong presided over the punch
bowl, while Mra. William Hammond,
who waa aaalated by Mra. Lieta Bar
low Lawrence, Mlaa Mlna Kelly, Mlaa
Nleta Harding, prealded over the re
freshments. About 75 membera and frlenda of
the church called and paid tneir re-
apecta to those in wnose nom.r m.
reception waa given. .Among the out-of-town
guest, were Mra. P. K. 1 Ham
mond. of Eugene; Mra. P-
Portland; Mra. Baxter of California
Mra. T. F. Bowen. of Sell wood; Mra.
Henry Talbot, of Portland; Mra. John
Simpson and daughter, of Port''"1'
Mra. jr.' 8. Kelly and daughter, Ellxa
both, Mlaa May Kelly, of Portland.
TO TEACH DOMESTIC SCIENCE.
Oregon Agricultural College Plana
Course for Summer.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE, Corvallls, Or., June 13. (Spec
ial). A apeclal two-weeks' courae In
the methods of teaching domeatlc
aclence aubjecta In the grade and high
achoola will be given tnia aummer at
the Oregon Agricultural College, be-
ginning June 19. in audition- to me
regular alx weeka' courae from June
19 to July 28. -
The purpoae of .the new courae la
to meet the needa of those Interested
In introducing domestic economy Into
tbe grammar gradea and the high
achoola of the atate, and who wish
auggeatlon aa to the cost of metalling
It with the necessary equipment, as
to the coursea of atudy-to ba followed,
and the methods of catching and hold
ing the interest ot me vv"'
vmA women recently graduated
HUSBAND CALLED DRUNKARO.
Mra. Read Saya Spouae Got Money
From Her to Buy Whlekey.
Ida M. Read haa ft led a ault for
divorce from Charlea W. Read. They
were married In Portland on April zi,
isms, and In May of the aame year
she says h cursed and awore at her.
In 1900 and 1907 he would come nome
In drunken condition, ahe asserts, and
demand money from her to apend on
hia snreea. and when all her money
. .)n h. deserted her. T. B. Mo
rx-vltt la representing Mrs. Read.
SUSPECTS IN BIG
Mel Like Others
from the college normal courae will
,.jik ia.aa of children cookery and
- -- . ... .v.. m.
sewing aa demonatrauona w "
OFFICERS CONTINUE SEARCH FOR
SLAYER WITH NO TAN- .
Although a reward of almost $2,000
haa been offered for the capture for
the alayer of the family of William
Hill the police are virtually without
a clue. The two auapecta that were
under arrest have been proved, to be
Innocent. Sheriff Mass la atlll In Port
land looking for the fiend.
The man of alienee, who waa taken
up aa a auapect by Deputy Sheriff
Miles Saturday afternoon, within half
a mile of the acene of the tragedy, waa
Identified aa a petty vagrant, named
Allen Smith, who waa released from
the Llnnton rock pile Friday evening.
1J houra after the tragedy. He waa
recognized by A. S. Brlgga, auperln
tendent of the Llnnton quarry, who
went to the county Jail for a
look at the prisoner. The man nae
been In custody on two occaalona, both
tlmea aa a vagrant. Although ne per
alsta In hi refusal to apeak the su
perintendent declarea that he ahowed
no anch hesitancy at the stockade,
but talked enough to make hia wanta
known. The old pa'r of. ahoea which
ha carried at the time of hia arrest
could not be connected with the trag
Sheriff. Mass and Stevena and oth
ers are atlll devoting their entire
energy to the task of running the
slaver to earth.
"W are running out every clue aa
fast aa it cornea to our notice," aaia
the ahertff. "We have aeveral possi
ble clues to Investigate. Rumors and
theories are continually coming In oy
er tbe phone from persons who have
interested memeive m i mo..
FIRST BAPTIST PICNIC
HAS UNIQUE PROGRAM
SUNDAY SCHOOL TO GIVE RACES
AND OTHER ATHLETIC
The annual picnic of the Sunday
school ot the First Baptist church will
be held next Friday at Gladstone
Park. Arrangements have been made
for two apeclal cars to leave Main
street In front of the chu?ch at 10
a. m. They -will run direct to the
Park and will return with the pick
nicker after the day'a exercUea are
over. All membera- of the Sunday
achool will be carried to the Park on
the apeclal cars free. 'The following ia
the program for the afternoon.
Willing Workera Clasa Clothe Pin
race. Shot Put.
Come and See Class Peanut .race,
Mra. Latourette'a Clasa Duck on a
rock. 8hot Put.
Baraca Class One-fourth mile race.
Running High Jump. '
Phllathea Clasa Aeroplane race,
Mtsa Hunt s t iass ronn-yara ua.
Heel and Toe race.
Mrs. Haywortn s uiaaa roiaio raur,
40-yard dash. ,
Mra.- Thompsons tiass v-yiu
dash. . . .. ..
E. L., Pope a Ciaaa Hixty-yara uann.
Lemon Dive. Sack race.
J. W. Lodcr a Clasa 100-yard dash,
Beginner's Clasa Forth-yard dash.
primary Class Forty-yard dash.
Junior Class Fifty-yard dash.
Male ve. Females Tug-of War, two
Teacher Potato race.
Grand Finale Baseball game, five
YOUNG PEOPLE TO GIVE DANCE.
mi mn take them un promptly an
Investigate them thoroughly before
they are dropped. We are glad to get
"""" rnVr atudetrti, that they may aee how .n; tip that th, peopla,hav.e to give.'
Matters of Importance
lit,, thl. ahould be riven the greatest
mnalderatlon. and I have done the
heat that Ilea In me. It haa been cua-
in.n in the naat and doubtless will
be In the future, for men In charge of
mnmontiinua affair to choose as ad-
vtaora and workers the best to be
had. They of course must be chosen
from men true and tried. And ao, too.
In thla matter, the best must be upon
th flrin line. I realize that In al-
being there lurks
somewhere a belief tnat ne, uimaen,
i. tnat the man for a certain position.
and I realize, in fact it la all writtea
down in history, for me to ponder at
loiaur.. that sometimes such men,
piqued because they think they have
been negiecteo, caua wu.
Berledict Jumpa Contract
Ronedtct Arnold, you will remem
ber. Jumped hia contract and became
.n nutiaw. lust because Manager
thouiht the said Bene-
Hit .hnnld ha seaaoned a little hit
ik tha minora. It haa been the
same with some of our noted poUtlc
tana who thought themselves big
i..m. in the nolltlcal came, when
.. . matter of fact they dldn'
know a 'apit ball' in a political con
vention from the committee on era
i.io an I sav. I have hesitated
about giving out the namea, feeling
h.t .rma of mv fellow men might
be hurt and piqued all of them Just
aa worthy aa could be you will under-atand-because
their namea do not
annear. But aomethlng had to be
done. The foe you know la atrong,
cunning, crafty and to be reckoned
with from all angles. Therefore no
matter what might be the heartaches,
no matter what condemnatjon waa to
be heaped upon me. I Performed my
duty, and I ahall take the conse
quencea. I wish to aay. a. ddenda
that I am perfectly Mti.fled with o
line-up. and am ao confldent of auo
ces. that I have already
celebration for our boya in the eve
ning after the battle."
Line-up of "Th Blackatonea."
The line-up of "The Blackstones" or
"The invlnckblea" is aa follower
H E. Cross, catcher, lawyer and
one of the inventors of baseball.
Voma. J. Fox. pitcher, physician
surgeon and coroner of Clackamas
CWlinam Stone, able assistant of
John Clark, pitcher.
I.... Y .1..,.. tint hase. manager,
and a man, who "Seen hi. duty and
Richard Montague, of Portland, at a
union banquet of brotherhooda of h
,nv.Utlon. ...u.dh For Thuraday By j and j quot, . famou.
St Jonn s ciuo. nniitlclan.
John' Catholic church, for the danc
ing party to be given at the Busch
Hall next Thursday evening. Parsons
orchestra of Portland, will furnish the
music for the dancing.
The following are the committee
which will have charge of the affair:
Floor managers. Dr. T. J. Fox. Wil
liam Mulvey, B. T. McBean. John
Busch. Harry Draper. Frank Rotter,
Mlaa Emma Qulnn, Mlaa Kathryn Sln
nott Mlaa Matilda Meyer. Miss Char
lotte Baker. Miss Nora Hanlfln; pat
ronesse. Miss Kate Porter, Miss Lu
Draper. Mlsa Margaret Hanlfln. -Mr.
William H. Sheahan. Mra. J. O. Finn
cane. Mra. M. Justin. Mrs. W. E. Pratt,
un nenrva A. Harding. Mra.
Ice and Mrs. Ott Petit
- MADOEBURO, Germany, June 13.
Karl Mueller fell with hie biplane
from a height of 125 feet- The aviator
Buffered concussion ot ttat bralnl
Hugh' 8. Mount, ehort atop, phyalo
lan and Burgeon. . t
L. G. Ice. third base and doctor of
deUvy"srtlPp!'left neld, disciple of
Mr Jenkins, center neiu.
The reservea who will be In charge
of Colonel Dye." are e-Srlrnriwi. J.
W. Lowder, O. D. Eby, J. N. Camp
bell, Clyde Mount and George C Brow
nell. -J , ; ; v' '- " " ' ' '
BILV ajYRD GETS GOOD..8LEEF, 1
Slayer ef Three Glvee Up When
Whisky Gives Out
SPOKANE. Wash.. Juna 13 . (Spec
lal) Lying on a cot at the county
a d today, Bill Byrd. triple murderer
captured 'yesterday- after leading
hounds and aherlffs" posses a hard
chase over the Mil. tine, Thur.day.
hi. ra a-ood aleep m weena.
When captured he waa Buffering from
cal churchea Tuesoay evening in the
First Bantlst Church apok m favor.
of a commission form of government
for cltlea. He declared tnat tne com
mission form of government wherever
tried had been a success and far su
perior to the old form consisting oi
mayor and city council. r r. mooia
nrered that the church people take
a hand In the agitation for the estab
lishment of the new scheme of gor
ernment In cities. He said that graft
had virtually been eliminated wner
ever the commission form of govern
ment had been put Into effect, ine
aneaker thorourhlv explained tne com
mission system, and urged that It be
arinntori wherever noslble. - - '
About 150 men attended the ban
niiet. which was one of the moat suc
cessful ever held In tha city. The
dining room was beautifully decorated
with flowers, and huge boqueta adorn
ed the centera of the tabiea.
rvr Rears B. Pratt of Portland
described the work of tbe brotherhood
and commanded its action in looking
Into political affaire. He urged hia
hearers to do everything In their pow
er to rectify present uneatiafactory
condltlona in the citiee. He aald that
the work ahould be done by the Chris
tiana of the country, and that the
membera of the varioua brotherhoods
should lead In the flgnt.
C. A. Atkinson, of Chicago, secre
tary of the National Brotherhood of
the Congregational church, commend
ed the commission form of govern
ment He pointed -out-tne rauure o
the old systems, and declared that the
niv war to have progress waa to
adopt laws which would require men
to be honest. The speaker aald that
much depended upon the character of
the men placed in power, mn
that only the best cltlzene he chosen
to office. The fight tor money, m
said, had caused many men o
aatray, and to forget to serve
erly the peopie wno eit..m n.u..
The men's quartet sang, "Keep Mov
ing," and "Put Your snouiaer io ia
Wheel" most impressively.
The Rev. J. R. Landsborough led in
prayer and C. Schuebel Introduced the
walr.ra The Ladles" Ala uocieiy
of the Baptist churchea furnished the
dinner, which waa- a moat excellent
one. Mr. Schuebel . suggested the
union banquet and it waa largely
through hia efforts that It waa such
Edwin Richard Improve '
sviwin Richards, who was stricken
with paralysis last week at hia home,
I resting eaay, and although hia left
aide la paralysed, na waa um w
move hia left arm Tuesday. A train
ed nurse la In attendance. Hia place
of business la In charge of Mr. Eddy,
father of Dr. Eddy, who ta in thla city
on a visit.
POLICE HERE SEARCH IN VAIN
FOR MYSTERIOUS DENIZEN - '
OF WOODS. V,
KOME THOUGHT TO EE N CiLTO
Fallows-Frighten Women and Chil
dren With Demoniacal Yalla , .
Eecapea to Underbrueh ,
When Pursues. . i
The police of Oregon City are play
ing "Hlde-and-Seek- with a myater
lous man who haa terrorized the resi
dents of the hill section for several
nights. Because of his peculiar ac
tion tbe fellow haa been dubbed the
"wild man." Once last night the po
lice thought they had the man sur
rounded, but to their amazement he
eluded them. There have ben many
wild men" or so-called "wild men,"
but thla particular one ia described by
persons who have seen mm as tne
"wildest" of hi specie. The police
alao admit that he la wily and .wary.
r Tradition to the contrary, the Ore
gon City "Wild Man- hasn't a long
unkept beard, and ahaggy hair, al
though it waa at first reported he
wore these hirsuite appendages. It
waa later found out however, that he
waa cleanly shaved and aad a hair- .
cut of the lateat atyle. ; That he Is a
"wild man" there ia no doubt, how
ever, for he Uvea in the woods and
whenever anyone runs across him, he
utters a demoniacal yell and bounda .
Into a denser growth. , . '
Barclay park Hia Home.
The man made hia appearance at
the Barcley achool Sunday evening,
and la thought to hav alept that night. ,
In the Barclay Park. He frightened
the women and children who passed
with hia wild shrieks, ana. aitnougn
the police were notified he mad good
hia escape. The next night he waa
back at tbe same place, and xngntenea
several persona He seems to ia
delight In terrorising children, and
sometimes utter words tnat are al
most intelligible. Once be 1 thought '
to have aald. "Ill get him yet; HI '
get him yet"
Chief of police snaw ana roucemau
Cook searched early Tueaday night -for
the man of tha wooda, without get
ting a trace of lim. But narorr nau
they returned to the business part of
the city when Nick Strong the fisher
man, met the man face to face. . The
"wild man" simply gave n of hia
unearthly yella, hounded over a fence
and darted from one tree to anouer.
Thla was at Forrteentn and Jackson
Btreeta. Before the police arrived the
fellow had disappeared entirely.
Not Thought HHI Slayer.
it la thouaht by several persons tnat
the man may know something ot the
HU1 tragedy near Araenwaia sisuou.
but the police do not place much faith
in thia theory. Tney mina
almply demented, and, aa la often the
case with crazy persona, la unusually
skillful In eluding capture, we ,
about forty-two years of . age. and
wears a gray ault and cap. Several
persons who have seen him aay that
he wears eye-glaasea, while others
are confldent that he doea not The
Wild Man" was seen late Tuesday
afternoon near the Barclay achool, thla
being the only time ha has been
"flushed" In the daylight As In all
other Instances, the fellow on thla
occasion , gave aeveral yella and
bounded into the brush, being soon
lost to view. . .
IN "BUND PIG" CASE
TONY BROZILE GIVEN JAIL TERM
FOR SELLING LIQUOR
. ' ILLEGALLY. , ;
Tony Brozlle, who with Charles Bro
ille, waa arrested last week on a
charge of running a "Blind Fig near
Eatacada, waa on Tuesday fined $150
in the Circuit Court Brozlle did not
have any money and ha waa aenteaced
to a jail term, it ia pronable that be
and hia brother Charlea will be pro
ceeded against by the United 8tates
authorities. ' ' 1 J
Several witnesses testified that they
bought whisky from the men. Tnelr
place was in the neighborhood of the
new dam which la being built In the
Willamette, near Eatacada. The auth
orities are determined that the un
lawful sale of liquor la atopped In the
County and each offender will be
severely punished. One man was r'v
en seventy-five days In Jail and lar
punished by the' Federal authorities
aeveral months sgo. . , -
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