Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933, December 27, 1911, Image 3

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WDCIIEERSH
lAS COURT FREES HIM
Good
form
: ' " tDHMMH With (h.
Uit.re paranta. Mr. and Mra Jo
lhambars, of id Wnt Mid. .
Waldo and Mary Bllver, 0( lb.
Mount Ani.l Cullag, tntt Academy
are la thle city, spending ,hair
ifc with their mother, Mr.. ,,
Bllver. "
Mr. and Mr. W. A. Nhewmsa and
. A hoi. ware In oa Utwe on
Christinas. bltt lb gut of Mr.
W. A. Bbewuiau, mother of Mr, Bbew.
mm,
MIm Uu Ooldauilih. o( Mn Kren
rlsco, arrived In Oregon city Tus
day afUrncMw, and will visit bar tooth
' Mrs. A. tkildamlib, for several
ehs
Ild Eby. wbo baa Iwg at jir.
rlaburg. vlaltlng bla s.n, H. y, Kby
and dsugbtar, Mra. Morru, arrid
In Oregon City Tuaaday afternoon iu
visit bar um. O. U Kb.
Mr. and Mrs Jams HIsbaeBablp.
no spent t'brtaimaa at Vancouver.
Wash., with tb Utters pareu's. Mr!
and Mra. Hall, rturni4 i0 Oregon
Clly Tuaaday morning.
Mr, and Mra. Upturn ilorUu. wbo
bave bNa making their botu at Had
motia, or. bat arrived In Or-g-m
C'ltjr and III remain bar fur lb re
malnder of tb ainlar. They am at
praaeut vlaltlng at th bum of tbelr
Oamnirr, Mra. Uord Williams.
MUa Clara MIUh.ll and Mlaa Mollio
Milrbfll. b left bar cm Hunday
morning fur Handy, brm tbey einl
Christmas With tbvlr parents, return
ad hum on aloud ar evenig Tbey
r accompanied hum by tbalr aia
(r, llaial. obo lll rantaln until afirr
Naw Yar"a.
Mr. and Mr. frauh Nr.o of To
lado, ara In lhl city, hatltn rotna to
apand i'biialmaa and N Year a with
Mra. K. L. Nton and Mra. T. A.
Mcllrlda Mr. Naatou la ona of lha
prominent nierchauia of Toledo, bo-
Ing In tba hardaar bualnnaa.
Mra Mary llroo. tA Ban franrlaco.
baa arrtvr4 In Orvtori City, and la
tailing Mb bar alatar. Mra Martba
lUarb. of Cladatuna. Mra. (imo and
Mr. Itarb baa not axn rb othrr
(or laanty ar.
Mr, and Mr. Ilarlry Hlrrna and
tao aona Itartay and llanry. of 1'urt-
land. Mlaa Mary llrlle Mrldrum. of
Moaroar.-Mabo. ara In tbla xlly on
Monday, balnc (urata of Mr. and Mr
II. C. Hiatana and Mr. and Mr. Dun
Maldram.
Mr. and Mr. B. C Itrry and Nr-
am Marra, of Woodburn, ar In Ihla
rtty lltlii Mr. Ilarry a alatara. Mr.
Thnmaa Hmlib. Mr rrauk Wbitv
man. and tba Mlaa Itoaaa and Ucor-
aia Marra Mr. Irry la manager or
tba Imperial Nurary at Woodburn.
K. A. N'aaton and lf and Mlaa
liartba Naaton arrlvad from Oakland.
CaL. Monday and ara vlaKlnj Mr.
IJul Nawton. of Hrrantb etrwt.
Trvy lll alao lalt at yha boma or
Mr. Nawton a tatnrr. k. owion. 01
Molalla, parora raturning lo California.
Mr. and Mr. C. C. lN-ary. bo r-
rantly arrld In Orrgon my irora
Nawbari. and bar bean lamn mo
latlar'a paranla. Mr. and Mra. C. II.
(Jala, raaldlna: nir tbla city, will mov
to Mllwaukla tbla waaa. Mr. IXry
aa in lha drua bualnaa at Nawbarg
and baa purcbaaad tba atock and fix-
turM of lb Mllwaukla rnarmary.
Mr. 8. A.- rrncla. Ioula rrancla.
.I.i.ra at tha lata William HOWfll.
of Oraaham. laft Tuday morning for
Uraaham. wbara tbay attrndad the
funaral rrlca. wblch rra bHd In
that city on Tuaaday aftaruoon. Mr.
Mowatt waa Injured during the aum
mar at bla bumaatcad, and ni ra
covarad fn.ro tha afTacta. ahlrh cauaad
bla death II learaa a wira.
boma U at Oaaham. B.J. rrancia. 01
tbla city, la alao a couln of Mr.
Ilowatt.
Mr. and Mra. KYank Nawton. or io-
ll.. Unraln county, ara
thalr holldaya wh ralatlvaa In Ore
gon City. Mr. Nawton la In tha bard
war luialnaa at Iimi
i . i
tta NI WAND
far la arraat aa colctlo
i aafaun or MKaoaM. who
Wttlly tinui co pi a of Tba
Kaiarpriaw rruai ia w
of aubarrlbafa after
a baaa pla4 tbaro by
Waa a P'frlleaaehea.
i, iakaa;. tun muat be good'
nl baaithy
Wyr
Jaa Tha fid die yoang."
LOCAL BRICrS
Saaor. of lllibland. waa In
City Saturday.
Gardner, of Carua. waa la
City Tuaaday.
btMball Mill anwnt Chrlat
till frwnja at Cama.
tad Mr. John llalT. of Kldora.
ra la Uragon City Balnrday. :
It J. Mnblergr and on. Al-
ear la Oregon City Tuaaday.
rrancla. of Tualatin, la la tbla
naiUag bla brother, g. J. rrmnola.
Cuiday and wife, of Cam, mad
unp io tbla city on Tuea-
Ml J. Kvana. of Haialdala, mad
trip to Oregon City Batur-
.T""a Evana, of Carua, waa In tbla
lanitma, wbara ba vlalied
llllai yia,ri a w kBown farm.
Irtay.
Maralt, ona of tba wall known
w reaiding near Carua, waa In
Saturday.
Jonaa. of IWaver Creak,
-whni ay bia daughter. Mrs. Anna
a. war in tbla elt Saturday.
Mrad Caylar of Btono. waa In Or
v"7 on Haturday vlaltlng at Ue
vf Mr .and Mra. R. Bchoenborn.
Uluun Jonea, after apendlng a.
--ri wun bla mother, Mra, Ilohel.
U" CltV. ratiipn m kla al
"a. Saturday.
r. ad Mr. a LJnalay and Mr.
"re. 8aor nt Iiaoa. r'mk.
thl city Tueaday.
j .rjpendl" wvaral daya bar
" runiand. JUchard Davla return-
" II boOle at f'arna TnaaHa
"r, tod Mr. iriiv vii . .Ta
!!,r,, ot Mr. and Mra. M.J.
m ma Weat Bide, Chrlatma.
,7a ptr on Chrlat maa llt-
"omer in-Uw, Mra. Mary L
Abairt Inlredwamg faaple.
Bo unfamiliar ara many Aiuarkaua
lib tba tnglUb rul that tn "roof
m to luirwlut ijo" that when one wo
fcaa aiK-aka to aoetbar at aotu aortal
fuoi-tlou ibara will b no reply. t.
iaua -abe baa not bu lntrodd.au."
taiy wwuiaa abould rauiauibar that,
no matter wuv .be la or where abe I
from, no eu h raaual ronrrraalloo t an
burt bar. and abe abould not lay bar
aalf on t the ry natural crltlciam
that ab doaaa t know aoougb tok
Whau aba U ajaro to. A tnaatlng of
tbui kind a-M-n uu nateaaiute a fur
ther arualulaor. aa It may reaae
wbao tbay tav tba bouae of tha
buete..
Boo. i Ilka to follow thl for
alga uaioiii uf not IntrrMlm-ing tbrir
gucata lo Ml. au.Kbrr. ravllug tbat tba
mare fa. t of Ibalr all bring frlrivU
and gitaata of boat and boatraa la
aultliicut liilrodui U'Mi. Tbar la a
dlffrr-u of 0luln. bowavar. on Ibia
aubjait. and muat -ru think thai a
boataaa abould put bar guaata at tbWr
eae and liiirodwe them wben octa
alun rafulm It
Tbar la a dirfarrwe brtwean a
formal, and a raaual Introduction. Tha
formal lotr.xlu, nun la made' will, a
dalllwrata .urtM- Tba raaual Intro
duiiion la wad tu ant a awkwardna
and bead tn etitall furl her arqunlnt-au-e
M'ban a formal Introduction I
made tba limlnM ahuiild alwaya Brat
aak tba prlvllrc uf making the Imro
ductluti. Tbla nn la dne tu a wry
anobtroalv way. an tbat the one who
wtabe lo l InlrixJiMfd know notb
Ing of lha raurat.
In making an Introduction' the man
la praaaiuad lo tba woman In tbla way.
"Mlaa Julitiaton. may I pretant lr
Baarr" or "MUa Jubtuton. allow 0a
to praaeut Mr. Kaara," or atlll a out liar
eiprraaUm la. "Mra Tbompaon. Mr
Browning daalraa lb honor of know
Ing you ."
In IntroiliH-lng two woman alwaya
praaeut tba youuger to the oldar.
It hi rorrect for a man to aak a mn
tual fnrnd to praaaiit blm to a woman
or young girl. and. aa a role, the re
quaat la granlrd mi Iran tbar la euiua
tary good raaaoo why the woman. or
girl dor ont wlab to uiavt tbla aperlal
man
Mao rarely aak to ba Introduced to
each otbarr but If a woman wlabe to
praaant two man to one another tbay
abould oarer rvfua tb Introduction
For a rry formnl Introduction a
bow. a pie taut a ml la and tb word
"How do yoo do. Mr. Bo-and-ao or
"How do you do. Mlaa (or Mr I Ho
and eo." U aiidlclent. or on may mere
ly repeat tb nam f tb roo pre
eeotrd In an urdcrtone.
If on la dealroii of being lean formal
ft la correct to ahak handa eran at a
Brat Introduction It I alao correct to
aay, "I am eo glad to meet yoo. Mr
Bo and-ao.", or "It I a great pleaaure
for me to meet you." Ml Roland ao."
bat tb lprealoo. "Pleaaed to meet
you." ta not at all correct.
Man alway abak band wben tbay
ar Introduced to acb otber.
(Continued from page 1.)
Al Bckng., . ; .
lU ,,, , vi varus, waa m
,U. J on 8urday rlaltlng bla pr-
- ana Mra. Richard Bchoan-
"'at Oartpiiii a -i. ... k. i i .
r"'U0l In CnrlU.J . r-k..!.. .
WJV Prnia. Mr. and Mra. Q.
""H of BhubaL
Vk.A' "ndrlckg and L.-L. Kan
Wta .w . fUnnd, apent Chrlatmaa
JC uJLvi' rI. Mr. and Mr. N.
p rleodrlcka, of Parkphwa,
ll!iiM; Kv,n, of Hnaaldala, wara
,1 Z on Saturday while on thwlr
icrtatm.?0r!l,ln1' whr ttir pent
i aH.'l?n,m' t 8 rranelaoo, who
kbTl!4 vt0 thu Mr br tb death
ih,r' tn Mr. Henry
T"aw, baa returned homo..
ail I' N' Harrington and Mr,
tl thi Warrington, of Portland, wera
J1!. X 0n Cnr,,tm "r rUltlnf
Bchoanborii, a well known
jL'r. of Eldorado, waa In Oraon
u C1,r,,tnaa, vlaltlng bla par
r. and Mra. Richard Bchoen-
'Ji tU Main atraet. baa loti of
s? 'Of 'tha holldaya: Port 0 eenta,
-SL I cnu- Oldar wlnaa nt pro
t prlcaa. Mine meat nd
PMdlng flavor. Or pa Brandy,
Brandjr Aprksot Brand, Ma
Mugoatel knd Mrs. . Roy Wllklnaon, of
, L.rr bn la oonneclel
a drug atore at Aatorla, pent CbrUt
maa Day with hi family her, return
ing o.AaturiaVJ.niamornina.
Mlaa Lrtetla McKlnnon. orrort-
land. waa a gueat oi urenou
frlenda Cbrlatma uay.
u. .4 uri William II. Ilurghart.
Jr. of Balem. war Chrtatmaa gutata
at th nom or air. iu.u -
or. Mra. Draper.
VICTORIOUS FOOTBALL
TEAM TOGIVE BALL
The Oreaon Cy rootball Club will
glva arana bill af nuarb". Hall on
Saturday .ven.ng. December 10. Con
Iderabla local lnterat la ba ng man
treated In tha affair. In that tha boyi
of thcmb bay. thu. fjJ7"K
m.ndable .nt.rprU In ptaclng tta
club on aound baala. and by their
a Ueaaful work h won. i? 1
of all claaaaa of cltUen In their wei
't.Hn the ntlr aeaaon not ona
have ylnltora aueceeded In "'"
Sway w. bout being ."l"tk
"n thl latter team refund to rl.k
' rVaTpbenalba. brought
thi bS. oon.ld.rabl. Paucity. J
engagement, for 7'"
r.."dy' being book.L A W tt.n
daoca t tha danc la aaaured.
0,,,.V.wTnfl ln f.orln
g.nMga. are growing I
rh..d..pb... .nd on wt rn
phi. woman who "Ju,t , bbor.
,.D,d you yoa boy by
without kln. ' tt
-Oh, dear no. ' " Jlm u
.b..U- r,'r.aret. wou.dn-.
Ml -- . rbllaaaipnt"
.k.i trnmm in
The Coming Out Party.
A -coming out" party la a trying or
deal, but If tba debutant can prerent
bar erode from hecomlng act and ber
manner mechanical ab will Imprea
many In ber faror. She ehouid pro
nounce the name of each peraon dla
tlnctly and with a graclnua Inflection
of the olo when .reeniad and not
make loo great a difference In greeting
bar old frlenda from her new acquaint
ance. It la a pretty coatom today for a
debutante to aak aereral girl frlenda
to aalt In recelrlng and entertaining
thegueata. They, of cour. anire be
for the hour appointed lo the Inrlta
tlona If they bare about tba earn
a.t of coualntance tbey will know
many of tb gueat. but If they do not
know them by nam tbey ar prlrl
leired to pea to any one. for they ar
repreaentlng the boat. It la their
particular duty to alngle out for atten
tion any wbo may ero aby and un
acquainted with thoae preeent
The tea la often followed fcf a Httl
dinner glren to the young women who
bar helped to recelr th gueata and
to Otber particular frlenda of tb debu
tant. Sh I now formally "out." and
Inrltatlone protmbly follow.
Upon a debutant eboul4dolT tb.
duty of keeping th .ccount of recep
tion daya. .eelng th.t card .r aant.
noting any chance of realdenc. In the
ddreaa book, writing notea of Invl a
Uon. acceptnoc or regret On recelf
Ing day. ber mother frequently ."owe
her tbe privilege or uu-iu.-a
....!- tr. nd In all entertaining
r vuc.
aba U ber niothefa aaat.tant
Informal Dinner.
At an Informal bom. dinner tb. ho.t
. may aerra tb. aoop from tureen
which la Plac tor ber Tb '5
.hould be Placed before tb. bo.t and
aerred by blm. H. .1
aerrea tb meat If on baa a maid It
I. beat to atand tb yegetablea on the
ide table, but they may be placed on
the dining tabl. If on. prefer, to bar.
J. dinner aerved lo "J"0?
imp.. .yl Tb. Mlad V. doT
.ar, abould be pl.cd befor. th. boat
-aa. .nd If coffe ta th aftr
nercoffM..
.poon and .ug.rmay b placed brfor
tb boateaa.
A Parallel Cat.
n.re-. .n. ccount of . f."ow -ho
took two year to mak.n toothpick.
"Bom. overdrawn. nT
.-Oh I don t know. I knoxe or a
at
A Matter f niatary.
i- l.hnnr'i doing nicely
acboo." Mr P""".."""!
remember, .r.rrth n, b. le.rw. W-
dally In hlatorr-
U. told m the .tory
According to Dputy Watrlct A
torny Btlpp, wbo appeared for tb.
prosecution, la bl. .ummlug up almoet
tho etact tlm of tbe crime waa
ahown. Wltneaaea testified tbat a
clock In th Hill home bad stopped
at what waa thought th tlm of the
murdor. Dog had barked . at th
horn of a neighbor about tha tlm the
clock (topped. Harvey waa aeon at
the elation a abort time before, and
It waa argued bla movement a bad
been timed ao b muat have been In
rront or at tba Jllll boma at tha tlm
tbe clock stopped and when tba dog.
barked. A aubaequent act, tba em
ployment of lawyer to defend blm by
Harvey, lb prosecutor aald. Indicate
ed a guilty knowledge. Sheriff Maaa
aald after the trial tbat It waa thought
by blm an bla aaaocUtee before tba
hearing tbat thla would be aufridant
evidence upon which to bold tb de
fendant Tbe flrat wltneaa, Clarence W.
Matthew, of Hlllalioro .wbo lived
bout 800 feat from the Hill home,
teatiried that be saw Mr. Hill In ber
yard 1st In th afternoon of June I,
when be went by ber bom to stake
hi. cow.
No Raapons To Bra pi.
"I rapped on tha door of tbe Hill
house the neit morning wben 1 went
to stake tbe cow again." declared tba
wltneaa and called. -Are you people
not going to get up.' I got no re
sponse and told my folks to ae what
was the matter; a I had to go to Port
land. left on tbe 7:04 car, and my
folk Informed me upon my arrival In
Portland over tbe telephone of th
crime. I got back at 10 o'clock, but
did not go In tb Hill bouae, nor did
t aee the bodle.
"I was awakened on tha night of
June 8 by the barking of my dogs.
They bsrked louder than usual and
kept It np longer. I got up and look
ed out of tb door and a window. I
couldn't see th Hill house from th
door, but I aaw It from the window.
I saw no one there. My mother's
bouse obstructed my view from the
door The doga barked Ave or ton
mlnutea, and I concluded they war
barking at something In a northerly j
direction. It la north on tha road from
th Hill bom to Ardenwald Station.
Harvey's bona la tbe next house
smith of tba house In which we lived.
June I was a blight night"
Crose-examlned by Mr. Brownetl the
witness aald he did not ae a man
about five feet "eleven Inches tall go
by hla honae two or three tlmea on
tha night of tha marder. He repeated
that he aaw no' one at tbe Hill borne
when he got up after being aroused.
He said It waa fifteen mlnutea to 1
o'clock wben be went back to bed.
Clock Stop at 12:52.
Mrs. de Parqae, sister of th slain
woman, who sobbed at Intervale while
ahe waa testifying, aald that lbs and
Mr. Thomaa Cowing had gone to the
Hill home Saturday two daya after
the discovery of tha crime to get some
belongings of her slater. She aald
that the house waa In disorder and
that tbey found a clock on tha floor
In the front room near tbe couch of
tbe little girl.
The clock waa a new one, aald
tbe wltneaa. "It wag lying with tha
face up. It had atopped at eight min
ute, to 1. When I righted It It began
running. When I put It on Its back
aa I found It It stopped. Mra. Cowing
got tbe aame results when ab bandi
ed the time-piece."
Cross-examined by Mr."v Brownell
Mra. deParqu said sh and Mra. Cow
ing went to the house at 10 o'clock
Saturday morning. Tbe lawyer asked
If ther bad not been a great many
persona In the house after tha crime
waa committed until th arrival of tb
wltneaa and ber .tatr-ln-law. Answ
ering In the affirmative Mrs. deParqu
aald tha clock waa to aom extent ob
scured from View; that It waa par
tially under something. She aald her
sister l.sd told her aba waa going to
buy a clock, and tbat her father bad
found tba bill for th time-piece In
tbe house after th discovery of tb
crime.
"Mr. deParque and myself went to
the Hill home on th morning of
June 10 to get aom clothe," aald
Mra. Thomaa Cowing. "We found the
clock lying acroea the room from the
table where Mrs. Hill had placed It
It waa In a position ao It could not
be readily seen."
Corroborates Clock Story. -
Tbe witness corroborated th testi
mony of Mr. deParque aa to tbe clock
having atopped at eight mlnutea to
1. and that It "would run when righted
and atop when placed on It back."
Ralph Wllla, who iiv. near Araen-
wald 8tatlon, .aid that he left Port
land on the 11:06 o'clock car., having
gone to that city to ae a Rose Festi
val parade. "I did not aee Mr. Har
vey on th car." declared th wlt
neaa. "But when 1 got off th car I
aaw the defendant etandins on th
platform. I also saw Howard Russell
ther. I don't know whether the car
waa on time, but I fudge It got to th
station at l!:t5 or II: SO o'clock."
Tha wltnes. said Harvey toia mm
aa ha atepped off tha car to be care
ful and not atep on a board that waa
ther for fear It would throw him
down.
R .W. Ooodale, a traveling salea
man. aald he got off th car befor
It .topped. He did not anyone
coming hi way, but declared h aaw
several persons at th atatlon. Mr.
Ooodal testified ther. wera two waya
to get to th Hill bom, but In either
case th. Delk bouae. where it waa
charged th ax with which th crlm
waa committed waa obtained, would
hav to b passed. On way waa about
aa long as the otner, aeciarea sr.
Ooodal.
"T aaw a man on tn piatiorm ana
a boy In tho station when wa got off
k. mf" testified John A. Marek, of
Ardenwald 8tatlon. Th wltneaa aald
ha hat been to Portland to aa tha
parade, having been accompanied by
his wlfa and three children, and hla
alster and her husband.
RaoorUr T.H. Of Contract.
prrv Parnsley. a newspaper
porter, aald that Harvey admitted tb
econd day after hla arrest that b
had signed a contract with Bowerman
a. Abh Portland lawvera. to pay them
$20,000 to defend blm In caa of bla
arreat In connection with th case.
The witness declared Harvey bad told
him In th presence of Sheriff Mass
that Mr. Abhs and a detective named
Mitchell had coma to hi. home aome
tlm. aft.r th. crime; had Informed
him th. "woods war. full of detec
tives or sheriffs" and that h. haa
ter go to Portland with them, rarna
ley did not remember that Harvey aald
.-.ln. aa aaM at hla home about
m ii j i ii i n - - - -
Harvey employing tha lawyera to d-
fanit him. Th reporter recited that
Harvey had told him h went ro me
and Mr. Mitchell b algned tha eon
tract or agreement rroly aald be
formed tb conclusion from Harvsy's
statement tbat b (Harvey) Inttnded
to convey tbe Impression that ba waa
alarmed and went with tb lawyer and
detective In their automobile while
In a confused auto of mind. . Tb
reporter aald tbat Harvey told blm
tbat sometime later after conferring
with bia wife, they went to the of
fice of Mr. Able and aaw tbe alleged
contract destroyed.
After tb publication of the Inter
view of tha reporter with Harvey,
Messrs. Bowerman and Able, In state
ments In th newspaper denied em
phatically that either of them with a
detective bad gone to Harvey'a home
and taken him to their office. They
aald that Harvey bad com to them
at their office of bla own volition,
and had retained tbem.
Mra. HHI'a Bieter faint. .
Mr. Idleman. who waa first to sum
up, aald th evidence waa not suffic
ient upon wblch to "bold a dog." lie
placed great stress upon tb state
ment made by the wltneaa Wills that
Harvey bad cautioned blm aa be atep
ped from th car to be careful not
to trip on tbe board.
"I hardly think a man contemplat
ing tbla horrible, tbla belnoua, thla
almost unbelievable crime". (At thla
point Mra. deParqu fainted, causing
a atlr In tbe courtroom. Sh fell heav
ily on th floor and waa taken from
tbe room.) "I hardly think, aald th
lawyer continuing, "that a man con
templating a crime of such an atroc
ious character would have presence
of mind enough to warn a man he
did not even know, against a board,
telling blm not to trip over it"
Deputy District Attorney Btlpp In
summing up said tbe evidence waa
sufficient upon which to bold tho ac
cused. He asserted tbat tb. testi
mony .bowed that Harvey bad "hung
back" at th. station while tba otber.
who cam on the car went directly
to their homes.
"He ahonld have been bom by
11; 40 o'clock," aald th. prosecutor.
"He waa not sewn by anybody aa he
went home. Th. Matthews' dogs
barked at 12:45 o'clock; tb clock In
the Hill boma atopped at eight min
utes to 1, and Harvey waa th. man
who had been left behind."
Tha prosecutor aald no man but
on. with a guilty knowledge would
employ a lawyer befor. b. even bad
been accused.
"If this man' Is to be held on thla
evidence then no man In thla court
room la aafe, and I abould advise
every man, woman and child In thla
county to carry a gun In every pocket."
ahouted Mr. Brownell In the course of
hla argument Thla brought applause
from all part of tha room and It
waa sometime befor. Justice of th.
Peace Bamaon restored order.
Mr. Brownell told th court that It
waa hla duty to Bet the prisoner free
and not allow th. stigma to rest upon
him and bl. family upon each evi
dence, j
"Either do that" said the lawyer,
"or compel the prosecution to pro
duce some evidence opon which the
court can conscientiously hold thla
man. There la absolutely nothing
against him. - If one of the Main
street banks were robbed and a man
had been seen getting off a car late
at night ' anywhere on Main street
that act would be Just aa conclusive
of hi. having robbed the bank, aa the
evidence given here la that my client
committed thla outrageous crime."
Br. Brownell referred to the pris
oner once aa "brother Harvey." and
aald bla reputation had been spotless
up to the time of hla arrest tn this
case. The lawyer made a atrong and
eloquent appeal.
After the appladae had Subsided
Justice of the Peace gam son aald:
'I have known thla defendant twen
ty-five year. I never heara anyxning
ly 1H -.-v - ......a., cutting
the other y .o"j . Mf AM mA n th.
th. accordloo knot. -,uic.gu ( Mno- Bow.rman, Mr. Abm
against hla character before. The fsrtjrTftiM faja a.-v
tbat be was sawn at tke statloa tb. I f(M 1 " I
bight tb. crime waa committed la wot I ewUlllas. V.swJ
sufficient evidence upon which to
bold him. Human nature la flexible.
He waa frightened Into going to Port
land and signing tbat contract 1 do
not bllv be,, knew what h
waa doing. It was not ethical hi th
lawyer to take advantage of bla con
dition, and. I tblok an Investigation
should be made, and If It la shown
they did wbat tbey ar accused of do
ing, they should b$ dlsbsrred. Tb
complaint . dismissed."
"I hav been working oa this cas
ever t Inre tbe discovery of the
crime," aald Sheriff Maaa, "and only
a few daya ago tb grand Jury sent
for me and asked me wbat progress
I bad made. I gave the Jury an out
line of the evidence, without mention
ing any name, and the Juror ar re
ported aa having aald the man abould
be Indicted. A few day. later I waa
called before the Jury again and gave
the evidence In greater detail. Tb
Juror Insisted upon Indicting tb man
accused, and asv4 me to communi
cate with District Attorney Tongue.
Thla I did and the district attorney
advsed me to have a preliminary
hearing. Tbe aame grand Jury will
meet again January 10."
FAMILY RBiS
HELD CHRISTMAS
Mr. and Mrs. Brlce Zumwalt had
as tbelr dinner guests Christmas Mra.
M. C. Wells, Miss Mary Hegdale, W.
E. Wells, of Portland; Will Wells, Jr,
of Portland; Mr. and Mra. Fred Heg
dale, Andrew Hegdale and Roy Arm
strong, of thla city.' Tbe Zumwalt
borne was beautifully decorated. In
the center of the table was a minia
ture Chrlatmaa tree.- During the af
ternoon Miss Clarice Zumwalt and
W. E. Wells rendered several "aeleo
tlons on tbe piano and violin.
Mr. and Mra. Frederick Greenmaa
had aa their guest Mr. and Mr. An
drew Robertaon, and family, of Sell
wood, and Mra. A. Holden. Their
home waa prettily decorated In ever
greens and ciuistmaa bells.
Mr. and Mra. Lloyd Williams enter
tained at dinner and at a Christmas
tree at their home Christmas after
noon the following: Mr. and Mra.
George Boylaa. Mr. and Mra. W. C.
Oreen and son. Clyde, Mr. and Mra.
Carl Green and baby, Mr. and Mr.
Frank White, Mra. Fred GuUlott and
baby, Charlea Boylaa and Bert Boy
Ian. Mr. atd Mrs. W. C. Green were
taken by surprise at their home
Christmas night wben forty relatives
called. The evening wad devotea u
gamea and vocal and instrumental
music Refreshments were served.
What the Palicemen Are Far.'
There are a grt-iitmuny ixillcemeu
In th atreeta'or th CUT of Mexico,
for lb government consider It desir
able to know all that la going on. and
at night there la on art very corner.
Each carrlea a lantern, which la gen
erally placed In the mlddl of the Inter
secting street. There are only two
osea for th lantern first, to let the
thieves know where the guardian of
tbe law I, and. aecond. aa tbe police
man la generally aittlng on the pave
ment leaning agalnat one of tbe bouaea
aaleep It enablea tb tourist to find blm
and wake him np and make him tell
where the tourists" hotel Is. E. Qulncy
Smith. Travela at Home and Abroad."
bOrBriirzD
A pretty home wedding waa solem-
nlzad Sunday at 12:10 o'cloek at tha
home of Mr. Maggie Cress, of Sev
enth street, when ber olde daagh-
tor. Mis Bertha, 'waa married to
Berten Helgerson, of Aurora, the ta
presaiv ring ceremony being per
formed by Rev. 8. A. Hayworth. Loav
engrin's Wedding March waa played
by Carrl Crosao, niece of the bride.
The bride wore a 'very pretty and be
coming gown of white) albatross, asd
carried a s newer bouquet of white
carnation.' A wadding breakfast waa
served by the bride's mother, after
which Mr. and Mra. Helgerson left for
Portland, where they remained until
Chrlatmaa morning whew thy return
ed to Oregon City and apent Chriat-
mm. mm .,ia .V..J m- jwiwi,HW
Mr. and Mra. W. M.Etters. of Park
place. They are apendlng their honey
moon with tbe bride's uncle and aant,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cross, of Silver
ton, and will return to Oregon City
Thursday, and from here will go to
Kalama, Wash. .
Those present at the ceremoney
were: Mr. and Mra. Henry Helger
son, Mrs. Anna Helgerson, Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. Cross, Mr. and Mra. W. A.
Cross and family, Lewis Helgerson,
Riley Helgerson, Lester Helgerson,'
Mr. and Mra. Frank Lambert. Mlaa
Ella Cross, Mr. and Mr. William Et
ters. Rev. and Mra. 8. A. Hayworta. ;
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD
HAS XMAS CELEBRATION.
The Fraternal Brotherhood held lbs
regular meeting and Chrlatmaa tree
at the Knapp Hall . Friday evening.
There was a large attendance. A
large Christmas tree, prettily illumin
ated and filled with gifts, waa one of
tbe attractive features of the evening..
After Santa Claua had disposed of hla
gift tbe remainder of the evening
waa devoted -to a banquet and danc
Ing, Miss Maude Woodward and Os
car Woodfln furnishing the music for
same.
Two Couple. Granted Llcenaea.
License to wed were Issued Tues
day to Susans Lohre and Robert Lee
Tlsevof-1983 Eaat.Clay street. Port
land .and to Laura May Fields and
Gay Lewis Case, of tJ Taylor street
Portland.
Hose Company Haa Dance.
Tbe dance given at Busch'a Hall
on Saturday night by the Fonntala
Hoae Company waa a moat successful
affair. The mualc waa furnished by
the Fall City Orchestra. '
DO TOTJ KNOW that the Enterprise
year-end Bargain Period la now on?
(Continued from page 1.)
with a transfer from a city car find
It utterly useless, for they are eom
pelled to pay aa high a tare from Golf
Unka to Oregon City aa from Port
land to the aame destination.
These are only some of the reasons
why tbe Live Wires of the Oregon
City Commercial Club Intend to probe
Into tbe decision of tbe Railroad Com
mission, wblch haa apparently pleaaed
the trac'ion company to the extent
that It made no attempt to reelat the
enforcement of the new
I
HOW SMALL STORES CAW
DRAW TRADE
By Elective Ligtt
Using MAZDA lamps in show windows
and electric signs outside will draw trade from
larger stores not so well equipped. We will be
glad to tell you how this can be done with these
lamps which give more light for less money than
any other illominant.
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PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT
, iV POWER CO. v
MAIN Office 7th and Alder Streets
lu.
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