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About United purity news. (Langley, Wash.) 192?-1??? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1929)
J1JIUUI I 10
Indicates Appeal to
Crrcme. Court Jo be "
(Caatlnued from Pax 1.) " , :
yaema Wlneville chicken rancher
: was) , analy calmly informing the
i essrC hejwever. thatAe considered
: Tail legal forms had been com
' filed wOh." and that- he felt a
.v poll at the Jury to ; b unnecea-
;, fVn I ft Harvels a . r - vu .
TwaTi's Iron Nerve '------
Hsu -not human!" - Sheriff
. Clem Sweaters explained, after
Northeett had sauntered Quietly
. mt to his eii.v:;.:f
Authorities, however, were pre-
vared. to cope with any . reaction
la the prisoner's demeanor daring
.lha ntghtcConsumate actor that
.. ha proved himself to b3 In the
ceaxt room, Bheriff Sweeters fear
ad that in the privacy of bis cell
" m saicxt succumb to despair and
attentat suicide, aS he has In the
:i vast threatened to do. Northcott's
ran, vttfcin a locked corridor, was
left epea tonight, with an armed
' guard seated in the doorway.
Thai Jury reached its verdict af
ter two hours and 24 minutes of
"actual deliberation. It took' the
case at 1:05 p. m., and signalled
that tt had reached Us decision at
t:It.TIaarly an hour of that time.
however, was spent at dinner.
Total at Just v :
Fees' Ballots Taken
Tva afflclal and two unofficial
allots, to discover the "state of
? mind" 1 the jurors, were taken.
the yexy revealed. '.
Oa teth unofficial and official
ballets to decide the defendant's
aollt. the 12 men were unanimous
. for eaavlction. On the unofficial
hallo o decide the penalty, how
ever, the vote stood 10 to 2 for a
capttal verdict. The official ballot,
takes some time later, showed the
- two- dubious ones to have been
warn ever. ,.
Superior Judge Georg R. Free-
man act next Monday at 10 a. m.
as tha time of sentence. At that
tima Northcott is expected to file
aouea or appeal. The transcript
for tha appeal is understood to be
already Ja preparation,-under dl
ractlaa af McKlnley Cameron, Can
adian ha rr later who represented
Northeett -during expedition pro-
x Miss Rachel Jeass. f;
JUss Rachel Jenss, of the Bee
of. Indian affairs', of the . depart
ment of the interior at Washing
ton, is making a census of Papago
and Pima Indian tribes, having
yeaerration In iAjrJsona. llisa
JJenss recently completed a census
of the largest of American Indian
tribes, the Nsvajos, residing
chiefly in northern Arizona;
ceedlngs ini Canada.
Dramatic Anneal - To .'.; "
Jury Consumes Day . ; . X'C-:"-.
"Kortheott spent the greater part
of the day before the jury box. Jn
last, dramatically Quiet ; appeal
for bis life. lie called upon tbe-l
(nrv 1 1 aar t an A a f lev." 'nm nAaiitA
and chaiienged-tbem to find him
guilty, .-i;-.- ,
, , VNo person could 'jitindi here.
looking you In the eye as I ami it
he were not speaking, the truth,"
he sald. "?'::;.; - t -. -;
After watching, the jury retire
with .the bitterly denunciatory
phrases of Chief Deputy District
Attorney Earle C. Redwine. who
closed for the state, ringing in his
ears, Northcott went to his cell
and ate a hearty dinner. While
there he sent for Cameron, and
asked hinl: !
. "Well, how are y'ou standing
the strain?". . ; '
r Deputy District Attorney Red
wine had- frequently levelled an
accusing finger at Northcott dur
ing his scathing address. ..
Higher Tariff 6ii leRaw 7 1
-Wool Asked by Sheeb Men
. WASHINGTON, PeW 7 ( AP)
Wool mannfactarer lined up
behind the sheep raisers today for
higher tariff protection on fine
raw wools.-and at the same time
Defendant AcciwmI of -Perynry
Throughout Trial '
- Tie stands before t"ou. gentle
men, and lies in his argument Just
as helled in his testimony I" The
prosecutor' cried. "A degenerate,
a moral pervert,' the champion
pathological liar - of . ths United
States L" . - r
- Northcott previously, in his
jury argumen t. h ad ch ar ged the
case against him to have been fab
ricated to serve police purposes.
"He said he was fighting for his
life, the prosecutor said.. "He
made a mistake wjten he told yOu
that he-'has merely lied for his
llfe! He swept his. hand toward
a table full of glass containers.
"In those phials are 51 pieces
of human remains all juvenile.
.nd Gordon Stewart Northcott,
trying - to -mock his creator,- says
be knows nothing of those bones.
He eald be likes to call a spade a
spade, but ft makes his spine trem
ble to call a grave agrave he pre
fers to call them, holes ! "
; "This defendant' has just about
run his course it the law of this
state Is properly enforced and it
Is up to you to do it."
"Gordon Stewart Northcott hasl
forfeited his right - to live. The
state of California is jealous of
the lives of Its Innocent chlldren-
and it is up to you.- gentlemen, to
do the manly thing." . . , :
VVf buy junk of all kinds.
.Wp. want your old iron,
irags,": paper and very
thing - that you don't
want. T We call for it and
pay. you cash.
" 820 X. Commercial Si.
Phone 402 :
SAFFRON KLINE ,
put In a plea for themselves for a
boost In tha rates on higher grade
manufactured, yards and fabrics. ;.
Nathaniel "Stevens, 2 vice-p real
dent of the National Association
jt Wool Manufacturers, testified
jefore tha house ways and means
committee at its hearing on .wooll
duties j tnav. , toe manufacturers
were In harmony with .the grow
ers in :, their plea - for additional
protection on high "grade raw
wools. . He 'added, however, that If
the Increase of from five to nine
cents . a pound - proposed on' raw
wool was . granted." the . manufac
turers would need higher compen
satory duties on goods of fine
Costa Said Higher
: He based this conclusion on es
timates showing that labor, costs
were much higher in the manufac
ture of, the fine woolens an com
pared with those in the, coarse
goods, trade and that even under
the; present 'rata of II 1 cent a
pound on the clean : content f
wool la the grease Ughtly higher
duties on the. manufactured ( ar.
tides were' required. -v-'. w
: - He' suggested ' differential of
10 per cent between the duties on
wolen fabrics and finished cloth-
Stevens : likened conditions In
the' wool manufacturing Industry
to - those In the , cotton textile
trade, with factories operating at
omy eo per cent capacity. He eald
imports ' were displacing 41.000,
000 pounds of domestic wool .in
the American market ' and , were
keeping from employment from
12,000 to 15,000 persons.
' Home competition- he said.
would hold down prices to con
sumers and not make . them bear
the burden of higher prices under
a higher tariff. - , -
Seheel also proposed the basing
of ad valorem duties on American
Instead of foreign valuation, con.
tending that efforts to obtain val
ues abroad were meeting" with op.
position.- - ' ,; v :r
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signed, as ajents, for. sale to the highest bidder. .. ..
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Arslanian, Richard B.
Hansen, Henry E.
Kays, C. C,
Pitta, W. E.
Russell, J. J.
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