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WEEKLY ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1506
VOli1 No. 143.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FKIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911.
Peb Week, 10 Cttrn
GOVERNOR AIDS Itl
WIST LEADS POIII THAT FINDS
JESS HALL SLEEPING
OUTUW CAUGHT WITHOUT STRUCCLE
Convict Wounded In Faee and Ea
hausted from Loaa of Sleep
and tfforta to Cacapa
CollVALUH. Or., Jun Z2-r(8pec-laD.-Jeaa
Hall, tlia escaped convict
fn.ni tlia Oregon Penitentiary waa
captured tonight without the firing of
a lngle ahot, by a led by Gov
arnor West. In clump of woods Just
off iha road near I ho little vlllaKa of
illodgett, a alatlon on the CorvaMla A
Kirrn railroad, 20 nillea from Cor-
Hull nd not ovan attempt any re
aUUnce, but only smiled whan Hi
. oovtrnor awakened titm by placing bla
hand -on hla shoulder and al.akiug him,
and lie looked Into Iba mumlca of th
una bald on hlin by other membera
of Iba posae.
Hall la Woundad.
Halle faca waa bleeding rrom
wounds ha received aarly ibla morn
Iih, when Sheriff tlallatly fired at blm
once aa ba waa running a lot. a county
road He bad bad no steep for 60
hours, and for much of (bat time had
I ..tii without ftMKl. Ha waa In a aorry
stale of exhaustion and eeemed almoat
to welcome hla rapture by tha posae.
The captured convict waa Immed
iately manacled and placed In an auto
mobile under heavy gard. In which
Hie parly atarted to CorvalJIe late to
iiikIiI. On the way Warden Curtla, In
another automolille. met tha (lover
nor'a party, and Hall waa turned over
in him and taken on to Halem by way
of Kin fa Valley.
Governor Haada Poaaa.
In the poaae which captured nun
Lriildea the flovernor. were Deputj
Ka..rlr Mrlnnea: W. M. IJnilll. South
em paclflo agent at t:orvallla, and
C,roer Hague, George Armlatead, Earl
llarrla and II. L. llolgate, of Corvallla.
The poaaa had been cloae on llalra
trail all afternoon and evening. Tha
route taken by the outlaw lead through
dne underbruah and It waa not until
7; 3n o clock that the purauera came
arrose him unexpectedly
sleeping under a "tree.
a Oregon City Fair, north went- a
a erly wlmla.
Oregon Fair, uorthweaterly
tier the control of a central bank,
recognized by J lie government and giv
en the nnceaaary authority,
"In till way monetary exlgenclce
are promptly met. The necessity. In
any at Inflatory system to be adopted
by u, for aoina agency Ilka that of
a central bank generally baa been ao
quloaced In by all who have given
careful, candid and Intelligent conald
eratlon to the currency ayatem of oth
er countries, where they do not have
monetary nanlca, and to the cauaea
for the currency panic, which we do
have, to our coat, In thla country,
"After our laat money panic In 1907,
eiciNlntlon wan made, known aa the
Aldrlch-Vreelund bill, which offcra an
liiNtrutncnt for teniMirary relief
agalnnt ihn actunl caah atrlngency due
to boarding and to panic, but of a
very clutnav and unaatlNfnctpry char
BARBERS TO SHAVE
PLAN TO CLOSE SHOPS EARLIER,
IT IS BELIEVED, WILL
The movement atarted aeveral
weeka ago to cloae tbe burber abopa of
the flly at 7 o'clock Inatead of 8 In
the evening eacept on Wedneadaya
and Haturdaya, It la believed, will be
aucceaNful. It waa aald Tburaday that
al) ownera but one had agreed to tbe
There are nine ahopa, one of which
la conducted by a woman. In the city,
and the barbera aay the houra are too
long. They alao cimplaln that many
of the cuHtoinera wait until Juat a few
mlnutea before cloalng time before
vlaltlng the ahopa, which meana that
the barbera are delayed Juat aa long
-.' aa It takea to cut a peraon'a hair or
liovernor, n I
ahave a man. I no , movniem w
atarted by the proprletore of "The An
deraon." Tbe pluti la for tbe ahopa
o remain open until 8 o'clock on Wed
neadaya and 10 on Haturdaya.
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Idaii umv DronDT
RANDALL IS READY
OR BANK OPENING
The convict waa armed with a re
volver, and although n nrea many
tlmea at meml)erB of the poeae that
flral ran blm to earth laat nigni mx
Wren Station, near 1'hllomaih, he atlll
bad aeveral rounda of ammunition left.
TAFT URGES CURRENCY
REFORM AT BIO BANQUET.
NEW YORK, June Speaking to
night at tha banquet of the New York
Htate Hankere' Aaaorlatlon at Manhat
tan Hech( I'realdent Taft dlacuaaed
currency problema, with eapeclal at
tention to the National Monetary Com
ml ..h Ion reform plana. The need of
ilrnatlc reform waa emphaaUed.
In all well regulated banking and
currency ayatema of the Old World,
he aalaV "the power to control caan
ronervea and the laaue of bank notea
to be uaed aa currency la placed tin-
Mra. Buckbee To Ba Paator.
At the conference of the Tnlted
iirethren church at rhllomath, Mra.
Iluckbce wa apM)lnted to aucceed the
Rev. Mr. Clark, paator of the church
ihu cltv. and ahe will atjon take up
her dutlea here. Her husband, who
la hIbo a Tnlted Iirethren paator haa
i.....n b l ven an aaalKiiment In Idaho.
FOUR SISTERS SUE
TO REVOKE WILL
LATE W. P. WEISMANDEL SAID
TO, HAVE BEEN UNDULY
PETITIONERS ARE CUT OFf.WITO l
Mra. Ola M. Ogle, of Canby, Who Got
Largest Part of Eatate,
la Named Aa
IS MADE TO CLUB
n ir.KAMAS SOUTHERN WORK
FULLY EXPLAINED AT
CONGRESSMEN CALLED INACTIVE
Commercial Club Votea To Urge Rep-
COME AND SEE
My eight 5-acre tracta of rich level
land 3-4 mile from Oregon City iimtta,
MISS WALKER THRILLS
WITH PIANO PLAYING
MISS BENSON PRESENTS ACCOM
PUSHED OREGON CITY
reaentativea To Work For Bill
Providing For Dredging
Intense Interest on the part of those
present marked tha Commercial Club
Thursday night to consider
the feasibility of building a public
dock and providing bitching posia ior
tbe use of farmers. The Clackaraaa
amithern railway project, however,
IH-clailnu that tbe lute William
rhilllp Welsinaudel waa unduly In
fluencod, when he executed a will, In
which Mra. Ola M. Ogle, of Canby,
received the lion'a ehare of bla estate,
Attorneya C. D. and D. C. Latourette
on Thursday afternoon filed a petl- drew the attention of those present to
Hon In the County Court, on behalf a greater degree man euner oi u
of Nellie Lyon.. Rose Howard. Emma other matter, that were up ,or u,
I hllUps und Rose Welsraandel, for tne n- report 0f the committee ap-
.evocation of the wllL pointed by the governora of the clun
-ri... i..- ... .... ..rni,Mt,i Fh- n invMtieate the matter or a puunc
l lli.uiu... V " V . ..aA mn,h
y Ti last. Tbe value of the eatate. dock ana nucning I' "
Mlsa Kva llenaon. of Portland, one a , lhe petition. l $1,500, - -t- wide from the
of the leading mualclana of that city, but ,t (- unjeratood1 that the realLoutn n. of Eleventh street to the
nrevented Mlaa Louise Walker, aaugn- Vrtlue exceed thla amount. north line of Tweiun street a .-
. . Myain a ana mu u m miwi w j
Petitioner, Left II Eaen. - .la . that the Ore-
Air. Welsinaudul bequeated tl to on construction Company waa ready
. . I V - .-.. . . tk.t nnlnt fnr tftft
each of the tltlonera. 5 w nu to erect i T'' ' ".r. .m h.
mother. .100 to Oertxnde Kaurek. 'S. of .t"'
two lota and house at lonaon, ur., w Obiectlon Made To Report.
. . . . 1 1 M.a,nk .ml rhn n to I - - , t
nessie wens, - The estimated coat or lmproviug
Wayne K. Ourley, and tne remainur fc dlatance specified
POSTMASTER BACK FROM OLYM-
PIA WHERE HE RECEIVED
POSTAL SAVINGS STARTS MONDAY
DepoalU To Ba Limited To $500 And
Only 100 Will Be
Received at One
Postmaster Randall returned Thurs
day from Olympla, Wash., where he
waa a member of a ciasa of postmas
ters and postofflc4 Inspector, that re
ceived Instructions regarding the op
erating of Dostal saving, banka. The
bank here will be opened Monday,
and It la believed the depostta the first
month-will be large,
There were nine postmasters and
two Inspectors In the class at Olympla.
Postmaster Cavanaugh, of that city,
where a postal savings bank waa es
tablished sometime ago, explained the
method of bookkeeping and other mat
te ra relating to tbe bank. Mr. Cava-
naueh received hla Instructions In
Changes To Be Made.
The new department, being in its
infancy, the postal authorltlea have
not, a. a matter of fact, completed ita
system, and changea and lmprove-
menta will be made at tne suggestion
nf the noRt masters.
Mr. Cavanaugh aald that tne ae-
postte In the bank at Olympla were
larza the firat montn. but atnee me
the average number of dally deposi
tor, ba. been small. He expects, how
ever, that buslneaa will Improve aa
the people become more laminar wun
Onlv natrons of a noatoriice may De-
come deposltora In the bank at that
place. The poatmaatera. however, de
rided that a man. who waa not a
natron of another Doatofflce, might be
come a postal oepoauor oj iiurtmr
Ing a money-order for a amaii amount.
which would be cashed lmmedateiy by
the office. The object of the provi
sion la to prevent one bank rrom ia
log what should )e the patrona oi an
other. Additional Help Denied.'
Postmaster Randall baa not beeu al
lowed additional help, but If the
banking business amounts to much he
will need at least one more clerk. The
Astoria office waa allowed another
clerk when the Dostal banking ae-
nartment was o.tabllshed there. No
depositor will be allowed to deposit
more than $100 at a time and 500
la the limit for individual deposits.
The holder of the certificate, may
then mirchaae a nostal savings bond
which paya two and one-nan per ceuv
interest, and again become a
Mrs. Edith Davis
. i t , v 1
DAVE GREEN, BULL RUN FUGI
TIVE, FOUND ALMOST EX
HAUSTED IN TENT.
CAPTURE IS HOST IMPORTANT t
Mra. Edith Davia, one of tbe great
educational worker, of thla country
will deliver two addreasea at the Will
amette Valley Chautauqua, one at t
o'clock, July 15, and one on July 16
at 11 o'clock.
Ms. Davis is a graduate of the' Uni
versity of Wlaconaln and of Wellealey
College. She was a professor In Clary
University and baa apent much time
in travel atudylng education and tem-
rance. She has recently returned
from her second trip to Europe where
ahe visited two-thirds of the coun
tries in her atudy of these great prob
lema. She repreaented thla govern
ment at the Anti-Alcoholic Congress
in London and while there took a
course with specialists In Oxford Unl
veralty. J i
SANS SHOES, ATHLETE
IS CALLED "WILD
AGED VISITOR, WHO GOES BARE
FOOT, VICTIM OF AMUSING ,
ter of Mr. and Mra. J. H. Walker, of
thla city. In piano recital w Wednea-
Kronta on Molalla road and la on the day evening at the home of the Walk
electric line being built from Oregon eI, oll 8xtn and Washington atreeta.
City to SlWerton. I will sell you proved a delightful entertainment
either tract for 1700 and give terma. na WBi attended by 125 persona of
I own this land and know the value of 0rKon city.
land. This la the beat bargain to be I MlM walker's playing ctmslata of of hB proierty. Incladlng hla expec- " wa $1 000 t0 1500. The
eauty of expreaslon and musical un- tatlon In tne estate oi ui u.:., objection raised by the report
... .i oi mimi, I hava a ..nnuinn and musical un- tat on in tne eninie ui i,i,in
inu iu ' - - 7. u-u.j M ra Hifle. ",Bl . I w
fine 60-acr. tract on fine road 8 He. dor.dlng. She aptly combine, these - " t T welsmandol waa vced hy oeor S n. ---
from Oregon City. 5 mllea from Canby. .,trbtl,e, 8nd bring, a tonal .variety wa not 0, .ound mind when he algned "Id 1 that c0kraem;e np,dl ought t0
Will trade for city property anywhere ,nat , exquHlte. Every number on ,n wm, and did not have eufnclert ck second came
tbe program waa wen receivea anu understanding ana inieiuBr f w g ij-Ren who wanted to
showed the young artist na. naa me hll0W wbat he waa noma.. kno why (he 0reKon Construction
best Instruction and haa a future be- . . Cite(( To Appear. ' romnanv should be granted the right
. .. a. f , I n nlnnlal MOnV I I - . . mw1
ion nor ivhuuih vi""""-
from Oregon City to Portland. Give
m. a deal or you will always wish
you had. Call Room 11 Stevens Bldg.,
v n5 a REGULAR CIRCUS
beautiful glfta and flowera were pre-
...ntnH to Mlaa Walker.
Mra. Herbert O. Reed, tne portiana
impersonator, waa beard for tne nrsi
time In thla city on thla occasion. Her
tmpersonatlona were excellent, and
ahe was forced to respmio io muj
encorea. The program, which waa aa
fnllnwa. ooened with a duet by Miss
w rtnnnon and Mlaa Loulae Walker,
both of whom proved to be artlsta on
the piano: iiuei, ine
Mocart, Mlaa Kva iienaon uU
walkers Impromptu Op. 143
. at...K.r, ! res-let to." "Bach.'
Rondo Op. 51. No. 1. Beethoven, Mlas
Louise Warner; imiwi " -i
"rhiM.Dr.m." "Two tJttle Authors,
Mra. Herbert O. Reed: "The Cuckoo,"
Arenaky. "Norwaalatt Bridal Proces
sion," Grieg. "Huraoreske." ' Dvorak.
Miss uulae Walker; Impersonation,
"Closing Exerctaea." Mra. Herbert G.
Reed; Theme with varlatlona, Op. 142,
Schubert. Mia. Walker. -
After the rendering of thla excellent
U Walli 4 n..nt.
A bla dleplay of wide-awake etylee gh wg ,MBtei !n tn, enteruinment
.j ........ .it tha new tone by Mra. E. Fraxell, of Portland. Mlaa
ana - - - I t, -m nr.Mnt tnH w.i
9i.. w - -rr- I W)II11"J " " .. I
All of the four petltlonera are aia- to buld and operate tne aoc -u-
lers of Mr. Welamandei, and' win who composed xji-""
make every effort to break the will. tlon Company.
i w...- K.n iroH to ni.wt nm were met by Mr.
Tne Denencmr.es .'" " t rrank
appear In the ouni uoun wuu lu Morrett or aumrv. ------
daya. . . .. J Buacn. nir. d -- ; --- - " ...
a. l . i x I 1 nonnh K -t UH. 1 tka w tD f I I III nil IFCIBVil wa w
who la absent In tbe East, but u ia tlon had come u. Vu, -
auppoaed that the helra under the will ed to build and operate a pu "M""" -
will take the necessary atepa to pro- ,hnt the United Btatee n'ne.r' 7
tect their Interest.. - surveyed the rapid- last faU I bad rj,
the orouosltlon of dredging the
v.. " ... .11 a.t. a. aAAHaal
rapid, and "ai an mai
Jinit th renreaentatlvea In
TXT aa m K I n art nil and have the work
conatructlon taken up through the reg
fiehuabal Favors Report.
.inn of a Public Dock for
Oregon City haa been up for th i laat
a. ..All t.. ..Aoea " (Iflin I I- MCnurUVI. wav
EARL HORTON SAVES SELF '"-aT M dockage facilities.
YOUTH IN RUNAWAY
NGS TO BARN DOOR
interest on depoalta atart at the
hortnninir of the first month after the
iipnoalta are made, and Intereat wTll
not be paid unieaa tne money is xepi
In the bank one year.
MAIN STREET PANIC
HORSE DEMOLISHES CAKT
TOURING CAR IS
A runaway horse created much ex
citement and caused a email panic
on Thursday afternoon when it came
tearing down Main street with the
remalna of a cart attached to it. The
horse aa It passed the court house
.,...1 h automobile of Robert Ba-
i,. .hirK waa standing near the
court house gate. Part of the cart
struck the tire of the automobile, but
no riamaee waa done. The freniled
animal them turned the corner wnere
several horses were tied, running Into
the sidewalk and falling, it waa aoou
it. rnt and when caught was
fastened to the collar of another horse
that was tied to a hitching post. It
waa soon extricated, and the owner
h animal away. The cart waa
FAILS TO APPEAR
SheTltt Maas and Chief of Police
Shaw Inreatlgated another story about
a "wild man" Thuraday, hut as in aer-
enl other instances tne man was ir
from being wild, although be aumiwea
that he nractlced nrtmltlve metboda.
The fact that the man waa nareioin,
and trotted along a dusty road be
hind a waeon. kicking tbe oust up
like a boy of eight, gave rise u m
tnrv and started tne anenu
J , , ..... T1..
nhif M nrntiin anomcr tiun. i u.
man hoa name la Whittaker. and
whose home la in Miiwauaee, v.s
i. mioui nf VYank Klesner.
Mr. KleBner and Mr. miiwi
to Gladstone In a wagon early Thurs
day morning, and on tne way oaca,
the latter, despite hla alxty yeara,
said that he waa tired of riding and
would take hla ahoes off and trot
along behind the wagon. Mr. Wltta
ker la an athelete, and believea run
ning without the nanuicap or ou
la good tor one a health. The vehicle
.in.l awav from Mr. Whittaker,
who was soon baited oy Anuy un
it ankerf the racer hla name,
anA whv ha waa running along the
road In hla bare feet Mr. Whittaker
or Mint refused to answer, but when
Mr. Grieshaber told mm ui ma
.i ,,- .nanirinna. he tried to ex-
plain and atarted ofT again at a rapid
pace to overtake the wagon. Mr.
r.io.k.he, nursued him and wnen
hev caught no with the wagon Mr.
rttmbed in. Then Mr.
-L-v.-Ko- aakoit to b nermltted to
ride, which privilege waa accorded
him. However, he lnalsted upon
i,nnin mor about Mr. Whittaker
.-a m-.iiv the athlete elected him
. ,,a .ahirln. Then Mr. Gries
haber notified somebody of the "sus
picious character." who In turn noU
aharifr and chief of police.
-saw -s H.
They headed off the wagon on Singer
Hill and upon hearing Mr. Whitta
ker'. atory allowed blm to go on his
war harefoot. with ahoes or sandals,
Just as he liked.
Man Thought To Know So me thins Of
Hill Tragedy Refuaee Te
Answer Incriminating '
Refusing to answer questions that
might incriminate him, but -readily
answering those of minor importance,
a man who gave his name as Dave
Green, and who was pursued by a
sheriff's posse in the Bull Run coun
try for three daya, waa locked up in
the county Jail aa a suspect In the H1U
tragedy Thursday night The fellow
at times feigns Insanity, but that "he
is sane Is the belief of everyone who
questioned him. The authorities are
confident that his arrest is the most
Important development since the dead
and mutilated bodies of William Hill,
his wife Ruth Cowing H1U. and the "
latter's two little children by her first .
husband were found In tnelr home
near Ardenwald Station more than
two weeks ago.
Man Captured In Ten. .
The man waa arrested by Deputy
Sheriffs Phillips and Leonard and T.
F. Cowing, brother or tbe aiain wonmu.
who with Sheriff Maas bad pursue!
him for three days, near Cottrell.
which la twenty-two miles east of
Portland. That he la the same man
who waa Been acting auspiciously near
Sandy and inquired the way to the
Barlowe trail into Eastern Oregon, the
authorities are confident. The man
was found in a tent which had been
abandoned by a gang of workmen. The
membera of the poaae heard him
moaning in the tent as mey P
He answered the description of the
suspect wanted, and waa later idenn-
fled by persons wao naa
before, v He at first reiusea u a,"
hla name, but later aald that it was
Green, and finally gave hla first name.
The fellow was weaa wwu -and
hunger, declaring that he had not
had anything to eat for Ate daya.
Suapect la Evaelve. '
He was helped Into an automobile
and tbe members of the posse hasten
ed to Oregon City with the priaoner.
After being given aomethlng to eat
by Sheriff Maaa, he was a"""?
regarding himself. He asaerted Uiat
k. .. a laborer, and exhibited cal
loused palma in proof of hie asser
tion. " ,
Asked what be was uu.jm
i..n Dun nnnntrv ana wot t"-v--
to take a trip across the mountains
"Oh I was Just a doing.
l.. . .imiiar answer to a ques
tion as to where he lived, and where
be wM 1 the time of the Hill I tragedy.
Once he aald when aaked where he
had come from th.t he cam. to Ore-
EXPERT TO PASS ON
COURT HOUSE BIDS
LETTING OF CONTRACT FOR RE
PAIRING STRUCTURE IS
' It's a regular elrcua to buy at this
for summer wear.
a..lta. Shoes. Shirts, Underwear,
A Straw hat's the Thing.
Saturday evening at the former'a
SERIOUS INJURY IN
Vaal UraftntV WllO hall beeff' aaslat-
w -...i.-: in delivering the le
n er ii i h i aiiiu. .
Considering the Impossibility of get
ting the city to build and that the
.. ,i,hmi anrrnachina on any
one', right grant the right to i the com-V Ralph Ackley, a real eaUte . dealer.
k..iih anil nnerate tne aocn
the report ought to be accepted and
th council urged to grant the right
I " ... .. nn Twalfth and Can- .nmn,nf '
home in Portland: when man; of her . treet.. bad a narrow eacape i on Durlng the discussion the aUtion
Portmnd friend, will have the oppor- Weonead.y evening, a ter returning fof bc dock for Portland wa.
tunlty of hearing ber. rrom nia delivery r. - - brougn. ui, - r"iZ tn . fair
Mlaa Walker waa attired in a yellow attached to the wagon er, standing that Portland awmed to be In a fair
gown to corraapond with the decora- near the Ice factory wnen a oouu. m of acquiring .ne ----- j --- -tiona
of the parlor, which were .of Pacific train pa.aed. and the front property and building In the near
golden. California poppiea. marigo.u. ",-K,""..T-"Se w.ion. ru,"r!- was finally amended
' - Het UU Others
' teh ted Main .
and yeIlow..m.rguerite., tne - w-- - - - . "&.tZ "to DUlld the dock
around, starting back ak, tn, necessary improvement
.a - ; ' j I . j .... l . tk. raar or tne ice I - ... .i.ut aa The QOCK wuuiu
nnnnina Ijk ITance' roaea ana w.ia wwrq me or wwi tn
poppiea, lm '" a i -v... .,rba .n,i had It not been for young ..... without tbe atreet to give
flower, or tne corTe.puuu.. . - . -----.-:.-, tn. door tha " .W- Hnrk.
,nd pink ah.dea of eieciroi.era. m have met ,c" ".V,. m tha dlacuaalon
rrr1' h,cahndB w-s- Uhaue-; of
Rsmbler. and FUh.r Holme, ros on., ...ghUj - (Continued on Page
- . a i i at r si w i n h i sz lu t.aa-af v aa we,
a. i .. a,av4 I aa MlfinBnrsl. I B a
Dnf mw u y
WARRANT TO BE wunn
1 FOR ACKLEY ERICKSON
,i.k nrn. In tha Corbett building,
WIIU V rlsf
Portland, did not come to u"i v
Tvnli.t afternoon to atand trial for
automobile apeedlng and today a war
rant will be aworn oui ior
. I an annnarauw 'J
less ne iui rwt
thla morning. He promlaed CWel
Shaw, In a conversation o-e. tta . tele-
phone, mat ne wuum - -
- karinv Policeman Green
ssw'tn; adding throw. Main
street early Wednesday morning and
obtained the number oi n.
i..-n. ITrlrknon. wno w --
rn on the Clackamaa river about J
e . , Z. v-nn ntv. who Is wanted
Z9 , " tefephoned Thursday
that be waa atlll too 111 to come to
!. .u. He nromlaed to put in an
appearance a. soon aa he ia able.
ti,. rmintv rourt Commissioners at
. Thnrailav night postponed
action upon the blda for remodeling
the interior of the courthouse,
i, .... nodded to obtain the opinion
of an expert before the contract la
Tha work- involves me
of the aherlff'a office and larger vault
will R. nrovioea ior me ivbwi-
der a office. . A vault also will be in-
ataUod in the sheriff s omce. eever.
bids havebeen receivea,
?. tw.!"1.7 irV.r.nVked in mill
Th'; Jan wa. in hi barefeet and had
hla coat and trousers on
captured. He made no eno
srreat but tne
dent that even u ne -
?r.V: will crime he haa been con
nected with aomethlng which i cauaea
Sim to try to nee thla part of the aUte
The Barlowe trau is senium -
a k. tmnossibie for a man w
,v wwu - i. ,h. .teen
his condition io
Man Travela For Daya.
It ia the belief of the memoeraui
. wtmair r nae. niau -
raveUng- through the wood, and nn
derbruah for more than a eefc H1
shoes are badly worn, and his c othlng
is torn In places, ne o
1'wo weeks' growth of beard snd hta
mustache la long and haggT. The
suspect is sbout five feet ten Inches
.ii hullt He will be put
through r -arching exam.natK,n to-
day. but the auinor.n
k L nf hreaklng him down. -
He la the ahrewdeat man captured
In the search for the quadruple slayer,
and he evidently has made up hla
mind to anawer only queatlona that
will not reveal his past
MISS LATOURETTE WINS HONOR.
Oreaon City Girl Dletlngulehee Herself
..I. ...III. PaII . '
Miss Ruth Latourette, daughter of
. .a Mra. n. C. Latourette. of
this city, who haa Juat been graduated
from McMinnvuie is, -distinction
of receiving the highest
scholarship of any student In the his
tory of that college. At the cor
mencement exerclaeB ahe waa the v.
dlctorlan. Mlas Latourette will arrl
ln this city this week to spend
summer at her home.
I Arantail CouDm.
License to marry was tasued Tit
day to Lillian Stonbrlnk and RC
W. Molander. .
i-4 Acre Tract
All in crop, dose to school ud Electric car Uzr, !
blocks from store. will semms V7-
terms. If you want a home come and see us.
V7. F. SCHGOLEY a CO.
S1t Mali tt, Ore-ea) CKy.