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, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1 II1J. -TWENTY,F0UR 'PAGES.
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LIKENED BY TAFT
"Courts 'Whfch Stand to Their
Duty," Says Chief Exccu
tivo In Speech, "My Ideals
Upon Earth." : '
TYPIFY, HE SAYS, WHAT
WE-SHALC MET ABOVE
Declares, "I Love Judges 2nd
i' I Love Courts' Reply
' to Bryan. ..
action TO TIM
delations Between Latins and
.Teutons Easier Today Fol
lowing Former's Promise to
Stop War With Occupation.
J. J. HOI Drives Golden Spifc Opening Central Oregon
-t . . m , n . h
Portland Boosters Pledge Aid to Experiment Stations
J, 1, II Ul drftvf guide spUa M Hd, Or, s&avrkia; rparh U Uk wmUJ llfs ot fatrwl CVrwtas,
Intuit drirgeUoa, who rwmW trip Is tciw etrat. u4 a 14 U gttUl vw m famrra mt thst a,
lloav. fieKKt ttt-iag raUcd t pay sip of maUUIObc npwiMi statlnae moss for ssiIUoea ol !
J MtJ to rUl mi JW, 000,000 ftrrvw of laad. Cirrl inures la show) la pt)c;t of UC41"4 (mlf.
IMS LOST BY
GREAT FLOODS IN
FORTS OF CITY ARE NOW
HELD BY AUBREY'S MEN
T Ytews M aaraas 0rt
. William Jximtvc. HrrA Mr:
'7b rfMll.ol l bluffing.
II If ( h qur.tlon which
ha rU raniiel b MUlrd Until
rur t'fllbn, and tln it do
et mm lirrrr la Mm
tiew II la HI1 II
hop a for lb a 14 of I ha Irani
I wia. anal "xi a4Um tr
rfortlnr ha r-rorla ollry of
lha aQprma rt-urL
f challancc him lo maka put
ll lha vrliian and varhal fvp
otnmatidallop upon which Chl.f
Juallea Whila u appolniad
err Juallea Harlan and lha rr
emmaadailona. wrltlan and rr-
bal, arhareon lha praaldanl ap- f
polnlad lha Joatlra whom ha
pJara upon lha auprama baneh. 4
1om ht hi.ow how ihtjr atood
on lha Iniat .quaatlon. or H II
puralr arrldottal that all hla
appolntaa loik lha truat alda of
(ha quaallenr i '
rraaiAaat Taft'a Aarwar.
"Challang.T Lhava rhallanvad
ona of thaaa fuhllelaia I man-
tion a eata ar r raaaonabla htan
would aar Ctifht to ba ron-
damnad which would not ha con-
Reserves In Switzerland Re
' nounco Alleglancer to Vic
(Call rma UuH Wtra.t -
Iondoa. Oct -Utralaad ralallona
balwaan Aualrla and Italy war rallarad
todar whan lha Italian fovammant or
darad htr narjr lo caaaa all oparationa
alofia lha coaatof lha Adnailo aa.
lharahy arcadiny la Iba dawtaada of
IXaratrhaa roelvaJ In Ihla rtt iAdav'
i..- v.: '. "
vnaaw a 1 UW WW W
flna all oparationa In lha Turko-ltallaa
war haraaftar to lha occupation of Tri
poli, and unUat Turkajr thould taka
lha anrasalva ira will a no fUhlinf
In othrr Turklah or Italian poaaaaalona.
ll.riln. Ocl. . Forta at Tripoli ar
now occupied by two battalloaa of Ital
ian marlnaa which Ian dad tharo todar.
aocordlnf to dla(tchaa roajvad hara 1
from Komi. Tha lovadara found a num. :
bar of corpaaa of thalr drfeatad foa, but
no ln ofaa Turklah sarrtaon, tha forta ,
oainr an anandonad. Tha lapatchaa
alao atala that tha Italian rtiarrlata Jo
Bwltiarland hara ranouncad thtlr alla
Ktanca (o tha Tnltrd Kingdom, and ra
fuaa to return to tha color.
damned, undar lha rula and con- -t 4
atrtirtlon of lha law which lha
Vnltad Stataa auprarr.a court haa a
laid down. '
,I am not on (hat court, but
I waa .one Judca. and I '
JudfaaA and I lo va. courta' which
aland lo thalr ditr. Thay ara
t my Idaala on ' aartb. typlfyln
K. what wa ahould Jnaat aflarward
O In bearen unfit r a ;uat Ood." . '.-
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rocatalla, ;I?aho, Ore, 4. Declaration
'that tha rullnaa of tha Vnltad Btataa
uprrma court on earth ara alranrt
parallel to .tha ruling (of. a Juat Ood" In
Hraren waa mada'hera today' by prcfcl
dtnt Taft In an lmpalbnd drff na of
tha hlgheat Amrrlcan tribunal, which la
generally regarded aa having been In'
plred by an attack by William J. Bryan
in hla publication, The Commoner. Bryan
waa. not mentioned,, however.
Seldom ha tha prealdent shown auch
Vlfor and earnestriesa. Referring ap
parently to Bryan'a challenge that tha
reaaon for tha appointment of supreme
court Juatlcea be made public, he ehout
' ad: .
,. 'VhallehgeT -1 hava challenged ona of
these .pubjlclata to mention a case . any
v reasonable man would say ought to be
condemned which would not ba con
demned under the rule and construction
of - the law which the United States
court has. laid down. . '
3 ! Saya He Oot no': Anrjar.
f "I hava delivered that challenge In
many par'a of the country., I have re
Celved no - anawer. Columns upon col
umns have been printed but' there haa
been no auggeatlon as to a specific- case.
It. Is time to come 1 down no facts. Let
them give a specific- Instance Instead of
attacking the greatest court upon earth
and charging It with deliberately emaa-
. (Continued on Page Eighteen.)
Roma. Oct. i. PHirlng tha bombard
ment of Tripoli tne occupation of which
was officially announced by tha Italian
government today. II Turks Wrra killed
and 10 were fatally wounded, 'according
to the report of. Admiral Aubrey of tha
Italian naval for a. 4 Attacked today by
a Turkish warsr.lp off North Albania,
an Italian merchantman flying a white
flag waa auccotcd by ' tha Italian de
stroyer Artlgttere. It waa slightly dam
aged by tpe Turklrh ahota, and tha oonv
manuer was wounded.-
London. Oct " I Derpatchea ..-today
from ChliMO. Swltserland. declare tha
a great Italian-Turkish engagement has
been, fought pear Ben Giovanni In. which
two 'Turk!alr,torp(jo'boatttwera' aank
with .heavy faiailtiasj , . . -.
' Tha Italiana hava aatabllahcd a tern
porary government In Trjpoll with Rear
Admiral Boreddollne aa governor.'- It
la reported that Arab chiefs of the vi
cinity have formally submitted to Italian
ruie. ice approacnea to tne town ara
Rome. Oct.'. More than 80,000 troops
ara marching today. In Italy, all con
verging on southern ports whence they
will ba transported' to Tripoli. Italy Is
preparing for an arduous campaign In
Africa, whether. Turkey makes peace or
STAYS IN INDIANA
(T-nlti PrM Leaird Wire.
Indianapolis, ' Ind.. Oct. 6. Judge
Markey today denied the petition of the
California authorltlea to allow dyna
mite, nitroglycerine and other evidence
found . here by Burns detectives to bo
taken to Los Angeles for use against
the McNamaras. He sustained a protest
by District Attorney Baker, who held
that the evidence should be kept ' hire,
where the McNamaras are under Indict
ment for an alleged dynamiting at
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Town of Hatfield Almbst Bur
led by Water When Levee
Protecting Shores of Black
River Above Town Bursts.
DAM AT LAKE ERBUTUS .
SAID TO HAVE BROKEN
Mississippi River Is on Ram
page and Lives Are
Kflwaakaa, Wla. 0V. . jraiUarlUa,
Wta lalagvapha that bath tha Balls and
XatrWa daama hava gaa ami. Wa.
I wwtav r 'eat alg raakad Im tha
lak mw- Wlr isalaaltaa ts
aaw al off aag aethlag baa ban haard
La Craaaa, Wta, Ocl i Or Ml dam
age baa reeultvd la this eecMon today
from the rampaaing of tha Black river,
fallowing rain eiorma which cootlauad
staadtly hra for 14 houra. and lha
graataet flood In many years la aa
perted el to coma. Tha damage la
already several mllllona of dollar, hut
ao far no eeeualtUa ara reported. Tha
Mlaalaalppl la rleln rapidly In thla vi
cinity, and dlra ronaaquencea to prop
erty end perhara to Ufa are anticipated.
A Special train haa bean ruahadto
, Malfletd. V.'la, which waa tha hardeat
.hit by the flood, to remove Ita rltlsens
' A frp1ll.n tm1 fmA w a m I mna at
ttrely submerged by the wat.ra whan
the lavea protecting the ahores of the
Black river above that town buret,
ending tha flood against tha dam of
the La Croeae Water company, ti faet
high, which hoi da back Lake Erbutus.
Tha power company d.oiea that the
dam collapaed. while others declare
that It did.
The power company declares that the
flood cut out a channel around tha west
end of. the dam, but did ivotdajnag
the structure itaelf. .Telephone com
munication with Black River rail haa
been severed a I nee noon, tha operators
of both telephona companies notifying
headquarter . that thay ara leaving
their poata on account or tha flood.
Tha following towns below Hatfield
hava toaen flooded ajvf ' suffered great
property damage: . Halcyon, Wright,
Black' River Falls. Irving, llelrosa.
rorth Bend. Btevenaon. Olasgow. IV
corah. Prairie, Lytlea, Onataakif; K&rih
Merrlllan telephona messages confirm
the power company's avowal that the
Hatfield dam la Intact, tha water having
rut a channel arcund tha west end. It
Is feared, however, that tha canal wall
Floating house have torn out a apan
of the wagon br'dga at Black River
Falls, strengthening the theory that
lives have been lost'
Railroad Probably Will Charge
Gompers and Harriman
System Federation Officers
With Breaking Law.
UNION HEADS DECLARED
Attorney Says Act Also Vio
lates Civil Clause of Far .
Reaching Regulation. ,
LYTLE ROAD WILL BE IN : OPERATION
King's ' Uncle, ; Duke of Con- Delegates': Returning on Train
naught, Starts for New ShowResults by Prompt
Post in Canada.
New Pacific Railroad & Navigation 'Company's LiriB'Com
' , pleted SundayRegular Freight and Passenger Service
. to' Be Inaugurated November 1 Cost $5,000,000
' Most Direct Line From Portland to Pacific Sea Coast.
". The new Pacific Railroad & Naviga
tion , company's railroad from Forest
Orove to Tillamook will . ba completed
Sunday, when the 2st rails will be laid,
closing the, gap that now exists between
mlleposts- 46 and - 4T: Presldent'Er TS.
General Manager" J. P. O'Brien of the
Hirriman linea and- Assistant General
Manager J. M. Bulkely of the Harriman
lines, with a number of other officials,
will make a trip - over the completed
line Monday, going "onjtha: first train
to ba operated . between" Portland and
.Tillamook. ;:':- .U;'i ,
, . JUgnla 1 Sarvtoe aToraxnbar J.
' Regular freight and paaaenger service
will ba Inaugurated over the new line
November -1, as lt will require about
three weeks to complete the ballasting
work and place the road bed. la ahape
v The Lytle road,' aa It -haa com to be
called, represent 'an expenditure of
about $5,000,000. It connects with the
Sonthern Paclflo company at Hlllsboro
and la (1 miles long from Hlllsboro to
Tillamook. It crosses the divide over
tha Coast range at an -altitude' of 1I6T
fet and there ara lttunnels In the
f 1 miles ' of road. It " brings . a very
rich Umber and dairying country . trib
utary to Portland and gives Tillamook
its nrst ran transportation. .
Lytle In Charge.
The road was started by Mr. Lytle
October 13, 1805, as an . Independent
propositi on- -after-bo-had-wotd hitr Co-
Fumbia; & Southern, which he had built
from Biggs to Shanlko, to the Oregon
Railroad A Navigation company. The
financing of the road waa later taken
over by the Harriman interests, with
the understanding that Mr. : Lytle waa
to remain in charge 'during construc
tion -at least Work waa auspended In
October. 1907. durlnr tha nanla.ajid i
sumed in ' October. 1908. - It proved a
difficult road to construct because of
tha Inclement weather encountered In
the Coast range, and the rough charac
ter of the country- through which 'the
eurvey ran. '::'. . ...
What the ' future operation of tha
road may be, both Mr. Lytle and Mr.
O'Brien aald today haa not yet been de
termined. It the report la correct that
the Southern Paclflo lines In Oregon
ara to be under tha managvment of tha
San FTandaco officers of the Southern
Pacific, instead of Oregon officials as.
at present-the new line may be oper
ated under the .direction $f the San
Francisco offices, as It "If properly a
Southern Paclflo Una. 1 , . ,
London. Oct . Leaving to become I ln neven minutes on a train crfmlng
tha first royal viceroy in a big Brit-I from Bend last night tha delegation of
lsh colony, the Duke of Connaught Portland business men returning from
started today for Liverpool, whence he I the excursion to Burna pledged SS80
sails tonight to become governor gen- 0f tha 12000 that JPoruand will t-ive to-
erat or canaaa in ruinumem or me ex. I ward esUbllshlng two demonstration
pressea wisn oi nis orotner, me iaie i farms In 'central , Oregon. The remain
King BdwardV -. .. . ''. derwlll be secured .by a committee of
ine aepariure or me uuxe or . -.-on- which F. A. Freeman, cashier of the
naugnt irom .onoon was semi-pnvaie, Lumbermen's National , bank. . la chair-
out a nuge crowa assemoiea at ine ran- I man.
road station and gave.. him a rousing 1 The railroads have nladared tSOOO. an
farewell. . His party , embraced - the equal amount from -the Hill and Harrl-
uucnessa or connaugni, Major ti. u. i man systems, and Crook 'county will
Lowther, military secretary to ' tha raise- by taxation 13000. The total with
duke, and brother of Speaker ' Lowther I the Portland contribution will be $10,-
or me nouse or commons; apiam kiv- poo and the demonstration farms will
es Bulkeley, controller of the duke s I be established,, one in the dry country
nounenoia; apiain waiter ; ionir, aiae-1 and one In irritated area.. t
de-camp, and Captain 33. S. Worthing-1 At an Informal " experience . meeting
ion, meaicai omcer. ine juisses Annie i neid on the train last night, a meeting
Pelley and Clementine Adams attended I presided over by A. C. Callan. chalr-
the-duches as ladles in waiting.
CARMEN OPDES MOINES
m4n of the party, It was decided that on
Wednesday, October: 18, there should
h a dollar development dinner at the
. Visit Bpokana Talr.
After the spike laying celebration at
Bend yesterday, ; when the temDorarv
terminll of the Hill and Harriman sys-
temi.TfirJSo,rne4 py . the, peopl&ahg
mil -party, accompaniea oy van H.
Gray, president of the Hill ' lines ' In
Oreron and C. C. Chapman., promotion
(raited Preaj Leaped Wirat - J manaser of the Commercial club, went
Dea Moines. Iowa, Oct C.-r-Citixens of Ion to the interstate fair at Spokane.
Des Moines will-have to .walk to, and J . "R. B. ' Miller,...; William McMurray and
from tneir Business tomorrow necausa or I i- jry. irom-ron-
h..". r th. ir..rMH-mm' hrmtA I land came back in their special car. ar-
ZTt?', t0 tmehenp
Ip the morning. . , , , 1 4 . hla address to tha nannl.nr
The action Of the union comes. as a central Oresrdn at Bend yeaterdav manv
result of their failure 4o. agree, with the I thouxht'j'Mr.- Miller "had- struck a key-
company on the personnel of an arbl-I note. when he said: ". - : , I
tration board chosen for the purpose of I "In Oregon .tha people, the railroads
attlin th" differencea hatwaan am. I and tb commercial. Interests must. be
ployera ' and employed. . One. union nd f rtB,"i'j Khlo''lopment en-
Feeling Against Officers of the
Bayless Company Causes
Fear of Trouble.
M LYMAN-B FIRED
(Kperlil to Tha Journal, t
Klamath Falls. Or., Oct. . Dr. Grant
Lyman has a new guard today. The
former guard, George Mapleson, waa
discovered permitting Lyman to . drink
beer with him in a cafe, and realising
the danger of such a proceeding In the
case ol a man aa wny aa uymnn, me
United States marshal discharged ' the
guard. Lyman is being taken to Port
land from here today, j ,
trail rena Im4 Wtra)
Chicago, Oct . Indietm.nte agjalnrt
Samuel Oompara, ' praaid.nt of th
American Federation of Labor, the
flelala of tha system federations ar.l
the f flelala of the nine Individual un
Ions rompoaiag the fed. ration, may be
sought in Iba federal courts by the Itt
aoia Central railroad, for violation tf
tha 0 her ma a antl-truat law la couj.
lenanelng th4 praaat auike on t
Harriman linea. according to repot te
In an interview with a united rrrae
representative. Attorney Bluett L-.
general counsel for the Illinois Centr l,
"1 know that the lecal dapartmant f
the railroad lsTnvsUatlng iti airl'-.
order leeued to the union man on the
Harriman lines, and that the d.pau-
ment la of the. opinion that what la tm.
Ing dona f clearly vlolataa the criminal
clause of tha Sherman law..
Civil Claase YloUted, -"It
also vlolatea the civil clause cf
the law, under which the damati
partjMMn this caas the Illinois Centnl
may secure triple damages. The com
pany haa secured some evidence alrea lv
and Is still considering the case.. I w II
not aay that we will ask Tor Indl. t
menta. and I will not say that t w II
saa 'under the Sherman law. I can rut
tall Just. what we will do.? ,
fit Is learned here that , tha retire,!
Ig conalderlng aeveral plans of proeedi:re
against the labor orgsntiatlona. One
Is to secure from the federal courts an
Injunction under the Sherrruan set re.
straining tha. unionists from. furtL.r
promoting the .strike.- declaring It to r"'
th. result, -of .v.aowiplrejasvJhjyva;, .
of trade. - - .
May Sua tn Slssolattlom,
Another method la to sue for an ord 'r.
for the dissolution of the system fedi r
atlons,. under this same clause of tin
Sherman act while the Jhlrd Is to i:j
under the civil clause of the act 1 r
triple da ma f .a.
The fourth method and tne one wni n
the railroad offlciala look upon wl h
most favor, - because It would Invol .'o
Oompers and other labor "higher upn"
In the meanea of the law, la the return
ing of Indictments against the labor c'-
flclals for criminal prosecutions In t:.
federal courts. '.' '
i The railroad attorneys believe thot
the - Danbury Hatters and' the Zeba .
cases cover their contentions.
limited Pre. Leaaed Wlr. l
Austin, Pa., Oct 6. Owing to bitter morning.
animosity - against, the. officials of the
Bayless company, the bursting of whose
dam .caused - the .-holocaust here laat
Saturday, the schoolhouse here today
surrounded by a cordon of constabu
lary during the progress -of tha Inquest
over the bodies of the victims of the
The officers fear violence, and the
puDuo nas oeen Darrea rrom tne scnooi
house. - The subpoenas were aerved se
cretly, the' names of-all witnesses be
ing withheld from the public." -
Fifty bodies have now , been recov.
ered from the,.wreckage.
A constable last night shot a hero
caught looting the corpse of a woman.
Besides the 50 bodies recovered, It Is
estimated today, that 36 are still miss
lng. v. ... .
Earthquake at Port Aa Prince.
Port Au Prince, Haytl., Oct ft Peo
ple were thrown Into a panio here by
a severe earthquake shock at 6:30 this
No serious damage resulted.
All Trains Are Delnrrd. . '
(Baited Pres latd W1r. :
San Francisco, Oct 6. The stress un
der which the Southern "Paclflo rail--road
la operating Its trains is shown
todsy In a report received from the Mis
sion Bsy shops by Secretary Scptt ami
read at ' the meeting of the - strlkln r
shopmen at Machinists, hall today. Tho
report, states that 25 ' strikebreakers
and eight special . police ', were belnit
boarded ' at the Mission street shops
but that all passenger trains on the div
ision are , from 30. minutes to an hour
late in their arrival and departure.
lOoreman Kelly of the car department
was the .only man. on duty during the
greater part of the time when, the en
gines were mosf lr need of attention.
A report; from J. J. - Jones at Los
Angeles -. was received by the meeting to
day to the effect that firemen refused
to couple air brakes and that engineers
: (Continued on Page Twenty.)
ii CASE AGAINST PENDER CLEVERLY BUILT,
STILL IT IS ENTIRELY CIRCUMSTANTIAL
Chain Looks Complete but. the Links Are Fragile; Yet State
at Preliminary Hearing Had a Dozen Subpenaed Wit- -nesses
Whom It Did Not Call to Testify at AH Every
Clue Run Down, Officials Say They Have Strong Case.'
one compfmy representative . have. -been "T ,Vk" '.V.
vuun. ... wi.u - .117 -uawuvwun.
the two Tactions were, unable to reach
an' agreement ss to whom tho third man
mony. .In operating two competitive
linea over one track. into -Bend we pro-
hould be. The strike order followed. TItZhZ that wui .moa T t h. '
J?.?If"'lVJA " rnresVnnT
"If the people have grievances, orre-
quests want them to -come straight
continued on Pare Eleven.)
injunction against tha union employes,'
wntcn has peen in force here-far seme
time past Is still ' vand to co-r the
present crisis. - -'
(Rpeelal to The Journal. 1
Ht. Helens. Or.. Oct. 6. The stste of
Oregon's case against J. A. Pender Is
just another of those wlerd mysteries
nf tha law. If a conviction Is obUlned
it will be one of the greatest of trl-
umtihrTer cHifcmgt thTOrts:rrr--
Through ; series , or ciroumsiancas
seemingly ' foreign , to - ona another the
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Oakland, Cel., Oct The brJsery of oellm"l" V " 7 ..1 I.."7
li-year-oia oiadye iTiiden. daughter of . YL ri' v
n I... HIJ . -i . i I lime -OE le cnuw i ,
. . i . "oua. acuipion - xroadav. Sentember 4 -,
savea - ner ratner tne- - loss of .' $1600 I ', ." V, V. " . "- .,N
worth of Jewelry early todrn4M-twS
masked burglars broke Into the 'family TsurtA0h.J"II !'
SSF2l?Z? cJU. T JV'MD.l.y Wehrmifi In "h.r Appl. yalley
"Dort't cry, Twamed one burglarr -r .rZttvi
I'll blow your head off!" , r . VI .1? ?JiJ1,Tl&.
disregarding the threat. Gladys leaped th,1 n Ah 'F2S1 nlturl xh. 51
from the bed and' ran straight a the cutlon.A" !-!"0 .nJiurV.!b!
intruders; U v. - - :v . iw ":.u" ,""1:L' ' "IT a ZzlZ
- "You, setVout of -here ". she cried. fn . " . . . " .t!"
"That belosgs to my papa." ! - .3 sutipenaea were no, c. to tne -utna.
' Frightened, at, the' child's' cries. theN " m" ""V w vna-a.
men dropped :he case and fled. Then I : Tet th trend of the proarcutlon s
the .child went into ths bedroom of her I queaUons- Showed indelibly that tha
parent., both of .whom are vdeaf. and I case is one of circumstancea, appar
dumb, and'awaketied them.i In the sign I ently Irrelevant. Unconnected, the ctr-
lanejuage . ane : uirormea vnem ; or wnat i wuiu,vur. m roun
iiilhad! happened, and' then called up the I of law. Connected, they form a fairly
J-polloaj . - -4 v , convincing ' basis for a prosecution.
; " - - '- ' . '. ' fy ; '.' ' - ' - '
So far, - the state has emphasised
only a few, points other than the or
dinary run of natural evidence, includ
ing details as to the discovery of the
bodies of ' Mts. Wehrmah and her S- ,
year-old son : Harold, by ;. Mr. .JRlliaheth.
Siercka Wednesday' morning,' Kep(m
ber 6, the testimony of the medical
experts who performed the sutopales
with -the description of tha : woun')
made by the '38-calibre bullets snd the
hatchet and facts concerning the habits
of Mrs. Wehrman. : - .;
Briefly, " the . state's case, thus far
made known, fit -divided among a fw
pointa. .These are: t
: Ontllse ef State's Cass.
" That two-packages one a newspaper
mailed from El dor a. Iowa, to 'rr.
J. Wehrman, the husband, and the ether
a box containing muslin window cur
tains worked' for Mrs. Vhrrnn sn-l
sddressed to ber by Mrs. R. K. Bateg i
Portland were found l'-fn i -- rh.!.
In the Wehrman cabin shortly after t!i
murder was oiBctv.re.l. in-s !..;. (... .
they bed been delivered Moik'!v v ,,
ing only a few momenta T ; . t
crime. - .
That "ifoher Pf- ( ! ir- t ;
H nf must:n ! t
tr. I.l.l.v U . '