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THE ONLY SMALL DAILY IN AMEltlCA CARRYING REGULAR WIRE REPORTS FROM THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, UNITED PRESS AND THE I. N. S. '
Tnt East Oregnnlan In Kaalern fra
-on'a greatest newspaper ml sell
ing force gives tn me acivartmer ovxf
twice the urti!enl paid circulation
In Pendleton and t.'niatille, county at
any other newspaper.
The not press run of Saturday's dally
Thin paper In a minuter or and mid I tort
by the Audit Bureau of Circulation
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
Former Roseburg Dentist is inj
Bad Health; His Serves arel
Schattered; Refuses to Talk.
INVESTIGATION OF VyOMAN
, IN CASE IS BEING MADE
In Box Alleged Murderer Ship
ped to Seattle is Pink Skirt
Purchased by Woman.
. CAIXIAUY. Aug-. 15. (A. 1'.)
hen Urunitlcld u confronted by
Sheriff Slarnier today he denied he
was Hi'umfleld, uasertlng hla mime
wa Dennla llussell. He mild liruiu
fleld was killed In an uutoniublle uc
cldcnt July 1J. Officers believe he In
attempting to lay the foundation for
un InHunlty plea, lie hud admitted
he In llrumfieiu and signed hla own
nuino to the extradition waiver. Brum
fiuld recognized Sunnier und uddress
uil him aa Bill but when the aheriff
failed him doctor ho professed sur
prise and Insisted he a Husscll.
Stnrrhcr and W. T. Webb expect to
leave for ltoacburg tonight. Drum
field !h very weak.
JlOSEIJl'ItO, Aug. 15. (U. I.)
According to word received, Sheriff
Stumor leave Calgary tonight with
Ir. Brumflcld, provided the dentin!
tvulvc extradition und la able to travel.
'Dim reported alleged murderer I" In
bad health and hta nerves are shal
tcrcd. Authorities here are Invcstigat
lug the possibilities of a woman mixed
in the case with the dentist, ns evi
denced by tho presence of women's
clothing, especially a pink silk skirt, In
a box lirumfield shipped to Seattle
prior to tlio murder. The skirt la tho
same a woman purchaKcd in Hoseburg
before Krumfiekt fleVv
Aulhorillc l i ur Allcnit of Suicide
C'ALOAR Y, Aug. 15. f A. P.) Dr.
.itrumfteld ha eaten nothing ainco
noon unturday. Ho Ilea on a cot cov
rred with a blanket and refuser to
apeak. Aulhorttleu are watching closc
ly fearing an attempt of suicide.
RAX JoSK, Calif.. Aug:' 15. (I. N.
8. t - ti.i 1 : lllnes. a wealthy candy
nnuiifuctiirer, was shot und killed by
01m of three men lying In ambush ns
he left his automobile nt his home In
the fashionable residence district early
The shooting wan witnessed by his
wife who declared threats hud pre
viously been made aitatnst hr hns
bnnd'B life. There was no attempt ut
rubbery. The trio escaped.
AGED KING PETER OF '
WASHINGTON, Aug. 15. lr. P.)
Kiik Peter of Serbia, Is near death,
ncciuding to a -able to the Serbian
legation. He 'Is unconscious. The
king Is (to years old. Ho hna not at
tended to hla' duties since 1H9I5. when
Itrgcnt Alexander took over the go
Condition Is Serious
WASHINGTON. Aug. 15. (I. N. R.)
The condition of King Peter con
tinues very seriously according to a
Helgrade cable tho Serbian legation re
ceived, "ihe king lost consciousness
Saturday, the message stated and he
continues In a comatose state.
Reported by Major Leu Moorhouso.
obsoi ver. " ,
Haromelor, 29. 0.
MURDER IS VERDICT OF
CORONER IN DEATH OF
MATT JEPSON, RECLUSE
babt HAb uncAT grand -
MOTHER WHO IS ONLY 55
VldY MOTHER 16
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Aug. 15.
(I. X. S.) Marjie Murle Wh'te
l less thun one month old, liuby
Marie 'weighed seven pounds at
birth. She has lota of blacli
curly hair and pretty biuc eyes.
Marle's mother Is sixteen years
old; her grandmother la thlrty-
one years old und lief grest-
grandmother is fifty-five years
old.. Marjie Mario's family be-
lleves th!s record beats all local
Marie's parents are Mr. and
Mis. Frank White. Mr. White
la twenty-one years old, a me-4-
chanlc. Previous to her mar-
rlnge Mrs. White wus Miss Edna
Woods. Her. uat-enta are Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Woods. Mr. Wooda
la forty years old and his wife,
Mrs. Cora Woods, Is' thirty-one.
She was married whn she was
fourteen years old. Her parents
are Mr. and Mrs. James T.
Kmart, of Mountain Grove, Mo.,
sixty-three und fifty-five yeaia
years old respectively.
MurJIe Marie's aunt is five
years old, while she also uun
boast of an uncle who is elht.
Tentative Agreement, Subject
to Ratification, Reached to
Told Affair in La Grande,
Subject to ratification by the various
union labor organisation: of Pendle
ton, and on condition that in La
bor Day in Eastern Oregon la cele
brated In Pendleton, It seems an as
sured fact thnt Paker, La Grande and
Pendleton will cooperate this year In
staging a mammoth celebration of la
bor's holiday in Tji Orunde.
This agreement was tentatively
agreed on Sunday when a confereneo
was held here between representatives
of the Central Labor Council of ji
Grande and representatives of five 01-
Kantzutlons of Pendleton.
Paker had the celebration last year,
und La, Grande wants to be host to or
ganized labor this year. La C.r' nde'"
representatives, X A. GJermo, J. C.
Murphv and George H. Desch promis
ed the cooperation of La Grande In
assuring that Pendleton may have the
honor next year.' The question will
be referred to the local organization
and If they ratify it, the aeree-
reached yesterday will stand, i
Tho Pendleton organizations repre
sented in the conference were tho
painters, carpenters, musicians, culin
ary workers and electricians.
"All of Kaslern Oregon is taking
part In the La Grande celebration this
year, and Indications are that we will
have an even 'bigger und better' time
than.ever,' the Ln Grande representa
tives said yesterday. "While Pendle
ton o far has made no definite ar
rangements wo hne to have the same
support on our celebration that we In
tend to give Pendleton during the
Itound-l'p, and during the labor cele
bration which will be held here In
An attractive program Is being ar
ranged for Labor Day at Iji Grande.
An elaborate parade, speeches by j
prominent orators, field sports, n base-
ball game and dancing are some of the i
features of the day. A booklet cover- i
lug the program and containing a !
complete fraternal and industrial dl-!
rectory of linker, La, Grande and Pen-
rileton is also being prepared by the ,
Central Labor Council.
VThere are still some wild ones In i
La Grande," the visitors said before
leaving," and your lariats would not
be out of order. We hope that your
city will be represented In true Pen
IAIS ANGELES, Aug. 15. (C P.)
Italph t benchain, the divorced hus
band of Madalynn Obenchaln, is here
preparing to organize the woman's I
defense. Hev. W. A. Uurch is here'
preparing to aland by his son. Arthur
Uurch. Madalynn und Arthur arei
charged In connection with the niur-l
der of Helton Kennedy, a wealthy
broker Both were Indicted today.
tihcii Until August 22 to Plead
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 15. (A. P.t
Madalynn Obenchaln and Arthur
C. Kurch arraigned on the charge of
murdering J. Helton Kennedy, will be
given until August 22 to plead.
DAILY EAST OREG0NIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY
; Examination of Premises Made
by Officials Sunday Leads to
Belief Axe Was Death Cause
Who killed Malt Jcpson?
While a crime wave Is breaking all
over the country, development In the
case of the aged recluse who lived on
the mountain south of Milton, whose
body was found Huturday in un open
well, leads the authorities to believe
thut as black a mystery as has ever
been recorded in the annals of Uma
tilla county surrounds the death of
An uxe which bears unmistakable
evidence of having been used to In
flict the wounds that the authorities
believe caused Jepson's death, the ar
rangement of a pair of shoes neur the
open well to make suicide appear
Plausible, and other clews w hich have
been gathered but which are withheld. jJs()iKUS ly captain Cervantes, sup
by the officers are some of the things .,,.,.,- ,;,,,.;., i. enH-,.Pa .......
I hat lead to the belief that Jcpson was
I The verdict
I'rady made today following
piem ses of Jep.n's lonely cabin 'was
that the recluse died of Injuries in
flicted by a person unknown who
wleloed an axe.
Jeppon was about 60 years old, as
near us can be ascertained, and -receipted
bills held in his possession
show that lie has been a resident of
1 t'matilla county for more than a guar-
ler of a rpntnrv. Me h;m reluttvo Hv.
, , . .... , '
ing in iansas, out enoriH 10 gel in
touch with them so far have proved
(ContinuM nn page 6.1
U:S. IS ON THE WANE
T'l'ii'XTO, Aug. 15 (A. P.) ;..
lief th;.t the mien hhnli movenien In
the I'nlied States Is on the wane wasr0""' ' '"" tl1e fugitives in the ).u 1-,
orrwscd by Matthew Woll. in sidi.ut '
of Ihe photo engravers uni.n in an
photo engravers unin. in an
adoress at Ihe annual convention. Woll l"f J'-''va:i interfered, and put an en 1
scored fonin American nublishels forllo,t"' massacre.
ill, . . .Inir In ,.i,frne Ihe 4 It hour i
week after making the 41 hour agree
Philadelphia, Aug, 15. (I'. P.)
Further explosions renewed the fe
rocity of the oil f res in the Atlantic
itcfinery company plant, and will
probably result In a damage of over
Six lives have ulready been
lost. All the available fire eipi p
ment is being called. The new explo
sion scattered the burning oil over
Kl' hi t VI. I) lll'.K HI SI1AM). I
DALLAS. Tex Aug. 15. tl. N. S.)jJail Hightower gave evidence of a
The Ku Kltix Klun art'alrs in Texas j peculiar mental condition, und talked
have served one good purpose, sav ram'ilingly.
what you will. A Dallas woman,! -
whose hushund had a habit of staying
out nights, conceived the happy idea
of sending hubby a warning. She
signed it "K. K. K."
hasn't been out since.
. WASHINGTON. Aug. 15. (A. P.)
Charges that the American marines of j
San Domingo committed murders, ter
rorized the people and burned homes
hive been presented to the senate In
vestigating committee hy Horace G.
Knowles, advisor to the Dominican nn-
tional commission here.
S. Snxon'a, onee considered
Here she is off the coast at
ft, ; s v x"i?v kfir, rl r
Cervantes Took Governor of
Town Prisoner, Looted
Banks and Routed Soldiers.
ATTACK ALBANIAN TROOPS
Fighting Lasts 11 flours; Many
Serbians Were, Killed and
Wounded in jthc Battle
WA.-HI.vrjTO.V, And. J 5. (I. X. S.)
The canture i,f the il Vrilvia n t,,u-n
oltitionary leader, has been reported
j by semf-i fficial dispatches leeched
I he report stuteJ tliat Cervantes
of th'i,,... ti.(J .,v,.i.n,,r i,f 1h,. t,.len i.t--:w..i-
i ,, .,,, ,,, ,llinlt!. MMl! . ,h(i tr
rison to flight. A detaehi.ei)t has 1
been scut to capture the raider, and
neighboring countries have been a-k-cd
to feuurd against li s escape fron
Two thousand Serbian ivulars,
supi'oru-u by guerilla' hands, attaeken
the Albanians along the left bank of
J---1111. iiih i;f;iuinK jasieo 1
11 hours. The Albanians, reinforced I
11 large section of trie population,
put the Serbians to flight. Many Ber- 1
Man:: were killed ana wounded in the 1
fishting. ' t j
Mr stiiuently the Si i b'.nns charged j
h"v;n:: organizel 'bla'k hand'' soc e- j
ties which destroyed villages. Ma.'iy
civ.i'ans were murdered. One report
?wiieu iiiai 1 iiiui.m nan u iit,tMi men, j
women and children were killed when j
the Albanian villaces vveie buine I. j
Itefuiaes who fled toward the-town
C..l.iM.a were purst';' by six tiy .1 1 j
batl.4;ioiis of Serbians. The 'ier, 11:111.! j
a.e hii.-b.-u 10 nave emu Ken i.u . r;,e
1,0 1OTV' prominent -V-'ai.
" ,vt'r0 K"U J "ciore tne popiH.vtion
''C Serbian ''blacli
rvpoiied continuing the activities. !
. ' Miii'ntnrt War Wages j
HO.MH. Aug. I.",. (I. X. S.) A !
"miniature war," but one of great vio
lence Is reported raging between the
Serbian:, 'a id Albanians in Northern I
AU'ai'a and the Southeastern corner!
Montenegro. ' i
iALLEGED MURDERER OF.
SAX FUAXCISCO. Aug. 15. (U.
P.) William Hightower, the alleged
murderer of Father Heslin, is pn par
ing to stand trial anil plead Insanity,
uuthorit es are convinced. When ta-
ken to jail in the San Mateo county
SKATTI.K, Aug. 15. t!'. P.I
James Mnhoney is attempting to con-
! vlnce the officers he is going insane.
Uo is sleeping tn li s clothes, talking
to himselt and answering .piestions
with monosyllables. State alienists art
watching Mahoney. A man and wom
an, said to have vis. ted the notary's
office to obtain pow
of attorney so
Mahoney could do as he wished with
his wife's pioperty, are declared to be
mixed in the crime. Mahoney is be
lieved to be shielding them; Mahoney
no longer reeoiiuizos his mother and
I Ik. I I I I I k.1 I II lJ IV
FEIN INSANITY PLEA SCORES OF FRIENDS PAY TRIBUTE TO
GERMAN MOTHER OF U. S. SUBS
the finest i.er-pni I'o
Pi'ov'.iicctown, M as.,
"th some of
EVENING, AUGUST 15, 1921
BANDIT CAJff.T robbing
AUTOMOB IS KILLED
AS HE RESETS OFFICERS
FRIEDLY AND AVERILLjMan is Identified; May be Fam-
PR0VE UNEQUAL TO JOB
OF TAKING MAN TO JAIL
All hail Manuel Frledly and
lid Averlll, citizen policemen!
U happejied like this. Satur-
day afternoon Councilman
Frledly saw John Hresslngham
on Main street, and I'res.singham
was somewhat the worse fo
liouor, it Is said. So Friedly
took the son of Ireland bv the
arm a id told him that he should
have some time in solitude to
'think over his celehiation.
Kresslngham, however. Is a
powerful man, and he was not
moved by FTiendly's pursuasive
ness. Soon Kd Averill hove Into
view under full steam, and his
as-s:Htance was requested by
Friedly, Both men then tired to
take the man around to jail, but
they were unsuccessful. ' except
that the offender told them some
things abojit themselves and
1'endh.ton and life-that the cen
sor chopped out. When Jinks
Taylor appeared on the scene,
witnesses declare that Averill
heat an ignominious retreat. Be
fore the police got Fress'ngham
to Jail he succeeded in tearing
off one of the doors at the city
hall entrance. He paid t30 for
that offense, and Sunday he
staged another party which cost
him another $ja, hut he is in
4, a a, a.
I,OXI)( IX, Aug. 15. (I. S.) Al
though' Washington cablegrams said
resident Harding's formal invitation
to the allied powers, to attend the dis-'
Ermament conference was dispatched !
inursday, the foreign office announc- 1
ed that Britain's copy is unreceived
The Times understands that the pre- I the far east doinirs during the disarm
liminary conversations are now pro- i anient conference at Washington. The
gressing and that if these fail the first step will probably be the appoint
Washington conference cannot sue- 1 mcnt of General Wood as governor of
cpcd. I the islands, the announcement of
i which is expected to follow rece'ut of
WASHINGTON, Aug. 15. (C. I'.l
The interstate commerce commis
sion refused to authorize the general
reductions of livestock rates in car
load lots throughout the western
states us the national livestock shit
pels' league and groups of cattle rais
ers demanded in a. complaint against
the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
railroads. The commission held the
present rales are not "unjust and un
reasonable, despite the 25 per cent
increase in 11S and the second in
crease of 33 per cent in 192U.
CVITI.K MAHKFrr IS STEADY
P(11!TUXD, Aug. 15. (A. V. )
Cattle are steady and unchanged: hugs
are 25 cents lower, prime light $11.75
12.25: sheep are steady and un
changed. '"'" i ciiincion people today
pa in trinute to the memory of Miss
i. un nun. i-eiidiettin girl whose life i
was lost aboard the i.teamer Alaska
and whose funeral was held this morn-
ing from the Church of the Itedcemer.
a mother ship fur Dinted States;
MISS RUTH HART, VICTIM 0
. 4 a!
ous 'Shadow' Who Operated
in Portland Last Winter.
l-OKTLAXD, Aug. 15. (U. P.)
Jesse Isard. alias Georgfi Decker, Is
dead from wounds Inflicted when he
battled with the deputy sheriffs seek
ing to arrest him redhanded for rob
bing automobile parties near Oswego.
He was identified as the "talkative
bnrslur" and midnight prowler who
terrorized Portland last winter. Kos
cne Nelson, who gave the police in
formation concerning that burglar last
winter, positively identified the man.
He may also be the famous ''shadow,"
the notorious blackmailer, operating
11 bout the same time.
Served Term in Walla Walla
l'flltTf.AVr inp- 1-. l T 1 I
IJoscop C. Nelson, a Portland attorney,
Positively Identified (ieorge Decker,
the bandit suspect who was shot fa
tally by deputy sheriffs iu a duel Sat
urday night, as the notorious talka
tive burglar whose active operations
laffled the Portland police for weeks
last winter. His true name is said to
be Jesse Isard and he is reported to
hav served a term in the Wulla Walla
prison as Fred Wilsi
'LISTENING FOST' IN
This Will Enable Government 4to
Keep Close Watch Over Far"
Aug. 15 (V. P.)
intends to establish.'
a 'listening' post" in the Philippines at
to enable the eov-
1 eminent to keen a close watch over
the report of the Woods-Forbes mis-
! sion. due from Manila
by cable, this
BUYER'S STRIKE MAY BE
EMPLOYED TO REDUCE
HIGH COST OF LIVING!
VI.'W Viiiji.' ir. ,T- n
,, . ' " ' 1
Francis H. Sssson, vice-president of
he aran y Trust Company warned .
he retail dealers that the American J
public may again employ a Olivers:
.... . , , ' .
strike to force a reduction in the cost
r nvw rfei.. .h. ,i..i
,i,,.u fiii . . 1. " i
the same ratio as wholesalers, pro
ducers and manufacturers are reduc
ing theirs, obstruct the return of com
plete prosperity. "
LOXDOX, Aug. 15. (1.. N. S.)
llasuto chiefs now send their meas?
urements and order their clothes from
London and New York, says the
monthly report of the Society for the
propagation of the Gospel.
DISASTER, AT SERVICES TODAY
Keaut'ful floral offerings from Miss
Hart's many friends and from the
W. K. & X. Co. of which she was an I
I employe, showed the esteem in which
.she was held.
"So teach us to number our days so
that we may apply our hearts to wis -
I "x ,or- vt-.i u?lh iir toe au- 1
! tlress lt" llev. Georse I . thirk i,Mt,,i.j
dom. was the text used for the ad -
i of the Preshyterian church, who offi
j Itev. Clark in speaking of the' death
: of Miss Hart, said- "Her sun. Indeed,
. went down while ir was vet dav. She
I had enjoyed the ambition of the morn-
i ing of life and had not yet reached
the midday of life.
! "Her character reflected the spirit
. ot Jesus Christ. In the hearts of her
iriends she is not dead, b it lives as one
who loved the finer, better things of
( Penutiful Isle of Somewhere," and
"There is a Home." were snug Ky u
! choir composed i f Mrs. Charles P.nd.
Mis Donald Kolitnson, Mrs. Benjamin
1.. Ihin o:uhy. M rs.
O. K. Cranston and
with Mrs. Hoyden
at the organ.
Pall bearers were T. F. O'Brien, lo-
cal depot intent for the o. W. ij. & X..
; George I'uri. traveling auditor for the
conipanv. Joseph F.agcn. chief dis
patther. W. K. P.rin-k. iteorge Fell and
William Dunn. The Inidy was laid to
lest In olney ceiueterv, where Miss
j Hart's parents are burled.
England Faces Crucial Period in
Negotiations for Irish Peace;
Question Open for Parley.
ACTION OF DAIL EIREANN
IS ANXIOUSLY AWAITED
Britain Offered Ireland Domin
ion Status With Complete
Atonomy in financial Matters
London, Aug. 15. (A. '.) Kng-
land faces a crucial period In her nego
tiations for Irish peace. r A virtual
deadlock exists throiujh the dooj.ls de
clared to be open for further parley's.
Keports from Dublin concerning the
probable action of the Dlel JEircann
I w hich meets tomorrow are anxiously
nwaitpd BrUa offPre(J Ireland
dominion status, with complete'outon
oniy in financial matter, but without
tariff or trade restriction between th .
islands; Ireland to maintain defense,
forces and police but the territorial
force to be kept within reasonable
limits; to maintain her own postal sys
tem but 'grant England air defense and
communication facilities; Ireland to
I'rsiime her share of Britain's debt, tht
amount to be arbitrated. '"'
De Valera demands full indeliend-
I ence and auggests a treaty of asso
ciation with the British common
wealth group. The I'lster problem"!
to be left to the Irish for a solution.
I'lster refuses to'support the Sinn Foil
but will negotiate. ' "' i
! May lie Asked to Vote
.London. Aug. 15. ir. p.i Ac
cording to the press association, the
Irish electorate wilt probably be ask
ed to vote an acceptance or rejection
of the British government . peace
terms. In such a case, the Dall Elre
nn, meeting tomorrow, would order
tho vote. , ,
Struggle IU-ucIh-m Olmttx .
"LONDON, Aug. 15 (C. P.) Th
Irish-English century old ' struggle
( reached a climax when Britain de
manded 'Sitin Fein Ireland to accept
the British empire membership as a
dominion. Ireland's future lies with
the Sinn Fein parliament, meeting to- ,
morrow, since Britain unanimously be
lieves her terms are fair and generous.
Lloyd-George, it is believed, hag noth
ing else to offer until the Sinn Fetn
trs take their choice of peace or war.
Si-iu l-Vin INrliMmoiit Meets '
DI PLIN, Aug. 15. (IT. r: The
Fein parliament held a private
session, .with De Valera presiding. The
meellng wa!1 calle(l SddenIy? with
pu,lc,ly. A ,,
held tnmo,.row unnounce5. Tner0
.. ? , , , , . . -
a feeling of Uncertainty here as the
.,,., , , , , "
result of a London message which re-
ported that Lloyd-George
tidd . the
house of commons that members of
the Sinn Fein parliament, released to
ettend the meeting, may have to re
turn to Jail. The premier declared the
Sinn Feinors were released solely to
1 as tin tho peace proposal. "No per.
son in Ireland has been granted am
nesty," the premier said.
DES MOINES, Aug. 13.
Detectlves hold the belief
crippled, nerve-rucking, man hiding In
l a rooming house here. is Ambrose
Small, the Toronto theater millionaire,
believed to have been kidnaped. John
Dojighty, his former secretary, who
was arrested near Portland last winter
for the deed. Is now serving time. .
Await Arrival of Itclntlvtw.
DES MOINES. Aug. 15. lt"i P.I
1 t'hief of Police Saunders, threatened,,
j to seize the legless Ainensia victim'
"horn private detective hold awnit-
, '"g ihe arrival of Toronto relatives
lal,le to Identity him. on a writ of lia
icas corpus. Issued on the ground.'
tiiat the man Is hcinir held against his
will. Tin-cripple is "mentally liicom-'
Ktwaril KxpireM S'ptciiilH-r I
TOilONTo. Aug. 15. ( 1'. P. i
' With ioi toie,I hope and fear. Mm.
j Ambrose Small, w ife of the diaap-
jpeared Toronto multi-inillionaiie.
jawaits further word regarding tha
i identil leatlon of the legless, half-p it.
i ted cripple diseoereil at lH-s Mohi"
! as her husband. The fifty thousand
j.lollar reaaid fm Hie. ill's recovery ex.
pire September I. Mis. Small la Mill
j hopliv lo-i hnshaini will tie foun t
al:v e ia.1 w hole.
I. 'Itlc Cri'dciice Plsivd In ltcss-t
ToliliXTK. Aug. II. (I". P.IKol
lowiiiK fiuther reports from De
Mollies. Mrs. Small epressed the b-
f that the amnesia cripple la not her
band. Police official here place
Utile credence in the report that tip
loan held there Is Hmull. They brand
the reports a a cheap tfateetlva bur
eau's bill for publicity. Friends ut
Mrs. Small are leaving for Dea Moines
In an attempt to Identify the man.