Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, June 25, 1919, Page 11, Image 11

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    THE MORNING OREGOXIAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1919.
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CLEVER MASKED PLOT
JO ROB IS ALLEGED
Mrs. Permelia Tyler Sues At
torneys to Recover Legacy.
COMPLICATED CASE BEGINS
Counsel Arm Plan Cloaked In Law
Was Made Against Aged,
Infirm Woman.
ITS WONDERFUL
SAYS
Salvation Army Home Service Campaign Leave Your Subscription at Booth on Our Main Floor
MRS. RIEL
Tear before the proceedings now
fcetna- brourht. baaed upon charges of
conspiracy and blackmail. certain
agencies beiran work upon a plan to
rob, nnder the cloak of the law, a
woman, then in her early eighties and
weak with the Infirmities of as-e. who
bad Just come Into a legacy of 1160.000.
on which she hoped she an her only
von might live In comfort the rest of
their days.
This was the contention of Attorney
Tn j. Maiarxey in nis opening argu
ment before the Jury yesterday In the
ault of Permella U Tyler against
Oorge A. Hall, a Portland attorney:
John X. Slevers, Justice of the peace
at Oregon City, and Harry and Ethel
Henderson, on trial before Circuit
Jnrir Kavanauch. Already consider
ably more than 155,000 of a legacy
received by Mrs. Tyler has disappeared,
and the lawyer left a strong inference
that certain practitioners at the bar
re responsible for Its disappearance.
Soa Saea for Diverse.
In his argument. Malarkey went be
hind the present case. In which Mrs
Tyler seeks to recover about $24,000
paid out in settlement of charges
brought against herself and her eon.
bringing other attorneys Into the net
of charges. He went back to 1915 when
"William M. Tyler, son of Mrs. Per
mella Tvler. filed suit for divoroe
gainst Vina Tyler. Tyler employed
as bis attorney. George C. Brownell, in
whose office John N. Sievers. a de
fendant In' the present case, was prac
ticing law. according to Mr. Malarkey.
Mrs. Tyler employed J. R. Greenfield to
, defend her. Greenfield at that time was
a. law partner of George A. Hall, an-
' another defendant In the present action.
Tyler secured his divorce, but Mrs.
Tyler Immediately filed suit against
Mrs. Permella Tyler for $100,000 dam
ages due to alleged alienation of affec
tions. This case was settled for $30,000,
Greenfield representing Mrs. Vina
Tyler and ilsres. Brownell and
. Bievers representing Tyler and his
mother, according to assertions made
yesterday.
The coincidence, pointed out by Mr.
ilalarkey yesterday is that the alleged
extortion of $24,000 more from the 88-year-old
lady wa accomplished through
the efforts of attorneys who had been
legal associates of those who handled
the .previous case and who supposedly
bad knowledge of any possible suscep
tibility of the aged woman to coercion.
Enjoys Good Health for First!
Time in Years Cains
Twenty-five Pounds by
Taking Tanlac
"T now Vnaw what It la to enjoy good I
health for tha first time In years and I
Just want to tell everybody that It s all
because of what Tanlac baa done ior
me." said Mrs. Clara Kiel, resiaing i ;
500 Twelfth avenue south, Seattle,
recently.
"For a rood many years, ana con
tinued, "1 was a dressmaker and was
under such a nervous strain ail tne
time that my whole system finally got
Into a very badly rundown condition.
My stomach got so weak that my food
would not digest properly and soon
after eating a sour gas would form.
bloat me up terribly and almost cut off
my breath. My appetite left me ana
my stomach got so weak that even the
sight of food was repulsive to me. I
could eat nothing scarcely and became
so nervous and rundown that I was
forced to give up my business entirely. .
Actually I was so nervous that I could
hardly pin a skirt In place and was so
weak and exhausted that I would drop
down In a chair and feel as though I
never wanted to get up. This fermenta
tion of my food must have filled my I
system with uric acid, or other poisons.
as I suffered from rheumatism all
through my arms and legs. They were
so stiff and painful all the time that
I couldn't bend them about without
Just suffering agony, and this aching
together with my nervousness kept me I
awake most of the night. I also suf- i
fered constantly with headache and
Just felt miserable nearly all tha time.
"Finally, I made up my mind to try
Tanlac, as I had beard so many of my
friends talking about the good It was
doing, and the way It has helped me
already is nothing less than wonder
ful. My appetite was never better and
my stomach is In such a good condition
that I can at just anything I want
without Buffering the least bit from
gas, bloating or shortness of breath.
and the headaches and rheumatism
have disappeared, too. I have gained
at least 25 pounds In weight and my
nerves are so good that I can sleep
Just like a child all night long. Really,
I have not felt so well In a long time.
My son is also taking Tanlac now with
splendid results. He had been in
rundown condition for sometime and it
used to worry me terribly to see him
leave home in the mornings without I
eating a bite of breakfast. But now as
soon as he gets up In the mornings he
is ready to eat and has a fine appetite.
I have never seen or heard of a medi
cine doing what Tanlac does and 1 1
think everybody should know about it."
Tanlac is sold In Portland by the Owl
Drug company. Adv.
ResirktesTT Gets S1SOO.
The events In which the present trial
Is concerned all occurred within a week
In January. 1918. Ethel Henderson had
been employed as a housekeeper at the
Tyler home. With her was a man who
represented himself to be her brother,
Harry Henderson. In January, 1918.
- - -m .-.Imi W 111 ion. Tv.
Jcr for $3000. alleged to be due her
for services as housekeeper. Tyler
protested against such a large amount
and finally compromised by the pay
ment of $1500. Hall represented the
woman making the claim. Siegers rep
resented Tyler. Tyler signeQ a slip
presented him.
At a previous hearing In the same
case, which never went to tha Jury
because of a technical flaw in the
pleadings. Tyler testified that Sievers
. told him It was a receipt he was sign
ing. He said he did not read it ana
igned on the advice of his attorney
after protesting that It appeared to
him that the woman should have given
.he receipt, as she was getting the
Jnoney.
This was referred to by Mr. Malar
key. The document actually signed by
Tyler was a statement of a settlement
of all claims of the Henderson woman,
due to her having lived with him, sata
the Instrument, as his common-law
wife."
Warrant Against Tyler.
The document was signed January 21,
J91S. On January 22 Henderson, then
representing himself to be husband or
the woman instead of her brother, se
cured a warrant charging Tyler witn
a social crime. Mr. Tyler has testified
that on January 23 Mrs. Henderson
tried to get Into his rom at night. On
January 24 Tyler and Mrs. Henderson
were arrested. Tyler has declared that
Shirs. Henderson had come Into his room
gainst bis desire after he had once
made her leave at the psychological
moment the officers arrived with the
warrant. i
On January 2 6 Henderson filed a
suit against Mrs. Termalla Tyler for
$100,000 damages, charging her with
alienating the affections of Mrs. Hen
derson. On January 27. Sunday, at the
borne of Mrs. Tyler. 160H East Forty
fifth street. Henderson, Hall and Sie.
vera demanded that the suit be settled.
Mrs. Tyler was 111 and confined to bed.
Eh testified at the last trial that the
attorneys frightened her with threats
of Imprisonment for herself and her
on. and that Sievers, representing her,
was almost aa urgent as Hall, repre
senting Henderson, that a settlement
be made. Finally. $20,000 worth of
Stock waa paid over by Mrs. Tyler.
On January 2$, the attorneys and
Henderson are accused of dividing the
money, each attorney getting one
third. The Hendersons then fled to
Vancouver and have not been seen since.
There -Is a warrant out in Multnomah
county for their arrest.
Tyler Home la Watched.
Deputy District Attorney Dempsey
testified yesterday that Hall and Hen
derson came to see him about getting a
warrant against Tyler, charging adult
ery. January 22. 191S. and that they rep
resented that they had been watching
outside the Tyler home and had seen
Mrs. Henderson go into the room occn-
pled by Tyler and disrobe there. Tyler
has testified that Mrs. Henderson was
standing before him, nude, before he
noticed her presence In his room, and
that he then ordered her out. After
wards ha noticed she had been standing
near a window, the shade of which had
been rolled up.
In reply to the charges made by Ma.
larl:ey, the attorneys for the defense
contended that Tyler had urged all the
settlements, had acted as the agent of
Mrs. Permella Tyler, -and that every
thing done was absolutely legal and
above suspicion. All charges of con
spiracy and blackmail were denied with
Indignation.
Attorney Joseph E. Heldges repre
sents Sievers and W. H. Fowler, Hall.
The plaintiff la represented by Attor
neys Malarkey, Seabrook and Dibble
and W. J. Makellm.
IDAHO SELLS STATE NOTES
FOUR FIRMS TO BTTS $1,700,000
TREASURY PAPER.
$1,250,000 Will Go to General Fond
and $4 50,000 Is Awarded for
Highway Improvement.
BOISE, Ida., June 24. (Special.)
Bids on $1,700,000 worth of treasury
notes were opened by State Treasurer
Eagleson today. Bids In two forms
one an offer of S per cent Interest, plus
a bonus of $6570 with the treasury;
a second of 4 per cent interest, the
state to pay for the printing of the
notes at the rate of 30 cents a thou
sand or a total of $510 were submitted
by combination composed of the
Palmer Bond and Mortgage company
of Salt Lake; the John E. Price A Co.,
of Seattle; the Equitable Trust company
of New York and the William R. Comp
ton Co.. of St. Louis. After careful con
sidering tha merits of the two offer
ings Treasurer Eagleson decided the
latter to be the moat advantageous
for Idaho.
A contract for the execution of the
sale was accordingly drawn in the name
of the four Tirms mentioned. Ten days
are required to advertise the sale of
the bonds and considering this lapse
the notes were disposed of In record
time. The money will be divided be
tween the general fund which gets
$1,250,000 of the issue and the highway
department which is awarded the re
mainder of $450,000 for good roads im
provement work.
Tve -found out
POST
TOASTIES
(mada of corn) have
got a Lot of nour
ishment In them.'
And the flavor
beats everything!
TUSCANIA'S FATE RECALLED
Klamath County Boy Tells of Sink
ing of Great Transport.
KLAMATH FALLS. Or.. June 24.
(Special.) "It certainly was a sinking
sensation, declared Charles Hendricks,
who was on the last boat to get away
from the alnking Tuscania on that
foggy night of February 5, 1918, when
the big boat went to the bottom off.
the Irish coast.
Hendricks, who has lust bad bis dia-
rharcn from tha 17th com nan v of the I
20th Engineers, recorded at the county
ciera s oiiica nere, iu reiemns id ins i
incident, said that the transport floated
for three houra after being struck.
dropping gradually lower In the water. I
Three destroyers reached the scene be-
for the vessel sank, the one on which
Hendricks departed, getting away about
30 minutes before she disappeared.
Five boys from Klamath- county were I
on the boat, one, Joe Redfleld, being
lost.
WELL" DERRICK GOES UP
Standard's Oil Bore Near Moclips,
Wash., Pushed Rapidly.
ABERDEEN. Wash- June 24. (Spe
cial.) The derrick for the Standard Oil
company'a well. No. 1. near Moclipa is
expected to be completed this week, the
first leg being up Saturday. All lum
ber needed for lta construction and all
derrick irons are on the ground.
The drilling will start with a 20-Inch
bore.
Outside speculators are betting heav
ily on the finding of oil by the Standard
or other drillers in this section, accord
ing to local realty men. In the past
two weeks many land aales have been
made which bave run Into thousands.
Soda Fountain and Ice Cream Parlors in the Basement Light Luncheon Served Shoe Shining Parlors in Basement Under price Store
Hammocks, Porch Swings, Settees, Porch Chairs, Third Floor Trunks, Suitcases and Bags, 3d Floor Kodaks, Wheel Goods, 4th Floor
i
Best Butter
$1.15
No deliveries except with
other purchases made in the
Grocery Department. Q1 - (T
Glenwood Butter, 2-lb.' tD-L.-LtJ
The Standard Store of the Northwest
Olds, Wortman & King
Reliable Merchandise Reliable Methods
Mail Orders
Filled
and forwarded same day as re
ceived. City and out-of-town cus
tomers are invited to make use
of this service. Shop by mail.
DOUBLE TRADING STAMPS
With Gash Purchases All Over the Store
Now that vacation days are at hand every member of the family will need new things in the way of wearing
apparel to make the trip more pleasurable. Having this in mind we are going to make it doubly profitable for you
to shop at this store by giving DOUBLE S. & H. GREEN TRADING STAMPS with attcash purchases made today.
Take Advantage of These Extraordinary Offerings for Today in Our
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iGUBLE
Basement Saving Sales
A.STM1PS. Double Trading Stamps Given With All Cash Purchases Made in the Basement Today 1
Basement Sale
NewTub Skirts
$1.48 to $3.98
Basement Women's and Misses' White Sport Skirts
will be featured in a special showing; and sale Wednes
day in the Basement Store. Extensive assortment in
all the new season's best styles with novelty belts,
pockets, buttons, etc Some have embroidered de
signs around bottom. Materials are pique, tricotine
and gabardine. Sale prices range $1.48 up to $3.08
Women's Khaki Skirts
and Bloomers
Basement Especially adapted for vacation and out
ing wear. Khaki Skirts in medium or dark. Also
Khaki Bloomers of good quality $1.48 up to $.95
DOUBLE STAMPS WITH CASH PURCHASES.
f mm
OC Ola JO
e e 1
9 0 I o C
$ JMML!
Great Sale of Muslin
Underwearl
Basement Here is an oppor
tunity to select from over
3000 pieces of dainty under
muslins at about today's cost
of production. Night Gowns,
Skirts, Combinations, En
velope Chemise, in a great
range of beautiful styles.
Lace and embroidery
trimmed. Supply your pres
ent and future needs and save.
Lotl-Special $1.19
Lot2-Special $1.49
Lot3-Special $1.69
Sale Corsets
At $1.19
Basemen t Made of good
quality coutil. Low and me
dium bust styles with long
skirt and rust-proof boning.
Sizes 19 to 30. Extraordinary
values. On sale " Q
Wednesday; a pair 0-a-eX7
Tub Waists
At $1
Basemen t Women's new' Tub
Waists of fine sheer voiles in plain
white or with colored stripes. Sev
eral very pretty styles in this sale
and all sizes. Priced spe- P" (f
cial for Wednesday, at W-LeUU
MIDDY BLOUSES plain white
material of good qua'.ity. Made
with black tie attached. P" OQ
All sizes. Basement sale DAeO7
Bath Robes, $2.25
Basement Women's Bath Eobes
of splendid quality Terry cloth.
Just what you need for (JO OC
the beach. Priced special Dw.yeJ
SWEATERS special lot, slight
ly soiled from being used as sam
ples. Popular styles and (JJO Of?
all colors. On sale at
Motor Coats $2.25
Basement Women's Motor Coats
of linene cloth. Several styles and
a good range of sizes. Priced spe
cial Wednesday $2.25 and $3.95
Dainty Summer Frocks
For Women and Misses
Basement Fine, airy cotton frocks that are a joy to wear throughout
the summer, no matter where you spend your vacation. Many are
made up in dainty sheer voiles, others in the more serviceable ging
hams. Any number of pretty 6tyles. Priced $3.48 up to $10.98
Toilet Paper
Special C1
12 Rolls P
Basement Full 1000 sheets to the
roll. Excellent quality tissue a
paper that usually sells at 15c
Limit 12 rolls to a customer. No
telephone, C. O. D. or mail orders
will be accepted. Spe- G1 f(
cial, 12 rolls for only XaUU
Lisle Hosiery
49c Pair
Basement- Women's fine Cotton
Lisle Hose in black and white.
Beinf orced heels and toes. Splen
did wearing quality. Shown in a
full assortment of regu- AQn
lar sizes. Special; a pair tt7C
EXTRA
All items below will be on sale
one day only. No telephone, C. O.
D. or mail orders will be accepted.
WOMEN'S VESTS low neck,
sleeveless styles, also with wing
sleeves. Pure white cotton. OC
All sizes in the lot. Special a DC
WOMEN'S UNION SUITS of
fine white ribbed cotton. Low neck,
no sleeves; knee length. KQ
Sizes 36, 38 and 40. Special J7l
WOMEN'S PURSES in assorted
styles. These are of splendid qual
ity and are very desir- J- ff
able. On sale for one day D-L.Uv
GARMENT BAGS for furs and
woolens. Guaranteed moth-proof.
These have slight imperfec- - Q
tions. Two sizes. Special J-aO
WOMEN'S APRONS of good
quality percales and chambrays.
Belted styles, cut gener- tfjl ff
ouslyfull. Priced special DJ-.UU
Men's Half Hose
2 Pairs 25c
Basement Men's Seamless Black
Cotton Hose with elastic ribbed
top. Medium weight and excellent
quality. Sizes 10, 11 and Qr
11. Special, 2 pairs for AOK,
MEN'S UNION SUITS broken
lines but nearly all sizes. Long or
short sleeves; knee or A T
nMi lemrthr 1.1 ft to D-Le'U
Girls' Dresses
At $1.39
Basement Of good quality ging
hams in plaids, stripes, etc Many
attractive new styles. j" OQ
Ages 6 to 14. On sale at D.07
Shirt Sale Continues
$2, $2;50, $3 Shirts
Basement Special
$1.45
YOU CANT DECEIVE A MAN when it comes to shirts! He knows
values and he knows when they are made right. These facts have been
amply proven by the generous response to this sale. Hundreds have
bought not one or two shirts but by the dozen and half dozen. The
sale will continue Wednesday with still a splendid stock to Q"1 AfT
select from. Regular $2, ?2.50 and $3 Shirts Basement Sale tDXatl
SIX SHIRTS FOR $8.50 DOZEN FOR $16.50
i . i
2500 Yards
Wash Goods
25c Yard
Basement Voiles, Batistes, Organdies,, Crepes,
Ginghams, Percales and Madras in an extraordinary
assortment of colorings and patterns for summer
dresses. We also include at the same price, hundreds
of yards Outing Flannels, Flannelettes and OC
Curtain materials. Wednesday special; yard OK
36-Inch Poplins 79c
Basement 36-Inch Silk Mixed Poplins,
for summer skirts and dresses. Bjack,
white, navy, Copen, brown, green, gray,
pink, blue and rose. Priced very HCkn
special for Wednesday at, a yard . I
White Canvas Oxfords
Special $1.48
Basement Odd lines Women's, Misses'
and Children's White Canvas Oxfords and
Shoes. Small and medium sizes. Slightly
soiled from display. While P" AQ
they last, priced the pair; only Dl-exO
Women's White Pumps at $3.95
White Nu-buck Shoes $4.48
Basement Women's White Nu
buck Pumps, English welts with
low heels. Cool and comfortable for
days. Slightly QQ QC
summer
soiled. Special, the pair
JJasement Women's White Nu-.
buck Shoes' with Goodyear welt
soles. This is an odd lot ranging
in size from 3 to 6. &A AO
Extra good values, at D4xixO
Basement Millinery
(J Untrimmed Hats ' Q'l
P-w and Tailored Hats P-w
Untrimmed' Hats leg
horns, rough straws and
novelty braids. Good as
sortment popular shapes.
Hats formerly selling at
from $2.69 on up to $4.98.
Banded rough straw
sailors, milans with sider
roll brims, large chip sail
ors and many other styles.
Black, white and a few
colors.. See these today!
Bed Pillows
At 90c
Basement Bed Pillows filled with
sanitary feathers and covered with
good grade fancy ticking. No mail
orders will be accepted. OA a
On sale Wednesday; each f"
Sheets $1.39
Basement 72x90-inch full bleached
Sheets, of good quality, reinforced
with seam in center. Limit one.
dozen to a customer. P- OQ
$16 a dozen, or, each DlOI
Towels 19c
Basement Hemmed Huck Towels
of excellent quality with red bor
der. Nice size for home or hotel
use. On sale at $2.15 a 1 Q
dozen, or priced each, at J-''
Blankets !
120 pairs have been "Blue
Penciled" for quick disposal on
account of being slightly soiled.
Very suitable for the camp.
1
Granite Kettles
in a Sale
Good quality
Granite Kettles,
similar to pic
ture. A special lot
of these will go
on sale Wednes
day in the Base
ment at low price s.
LOT 1 Granite Kettles AQ
in 2-quart size; sale price
LOT 2 Granite Kettles ?9
in aw-nuart size: sale price VlOl
Headquarters for Garden Tools,
Screen Doors, Fruit Jars, etc, etc
Drink nraya Oyion-Indla-JaTa taa.
Closset ft Devera, Portland. Adr.
Sale of Notions and Small Wares Today at Bargain Circle, First Floor