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MTOirS GARAGE IS
ROBBED; THUGS GET
AiY N DM
Although further search wa made
Tntat mr"in8 for clueS nothlne
uli be io"nd by pollce wou,d
L light on the pair, who at lt :Z0
morning, entered and robbed
WATER' POWEIt DUX PASSES
Washington, Jan. 15. Ending a ten
yars' fight the senate today passed the
water power bill, which now goes to
conference for the composing of dif
ferences between the house and senate.
Final enactment of the measure within
a few weeks is expected. The vote was
5S to 18.
POLICE GATHER CLUES
AGAINST SUSPECTS AS
THEY DENY ALL GUILT
nure at S88 North Commercial continued from page oney
iTo-ned by Mayor O. J. Wilson. I -
1. .,tnt were found U Uie mua oi . " uy me reproduction In
XTbtek of the gar&e. butthese the cast
tt iTL.dited by police who lnvestl- T"e story of a conductor, who said
weIyirem ,r . 'that the night of the shooting a mys-
Pt. tires taken by the' prowlers f teriously acting man rode on his car
vwe recovered. Nothing else of value
attention of Officers W. J.
wilts and JJoffitt was first called to
11 robbery when O. W. Holmes, of
n V C. while taking a girl friend
the pair making away from
wrage through the alley with the
mm He called to them, and they
r it., iroa. Mr. Holmes then
Sward at the tires while the girt th shooting occurred. The strange
Mil for police, who were two blocks , manner in which the man acted imme-
out to the south end of Commerma,
stret and was whisked away lit a new
high-powered auto was told to police
rnuay. i ne man mounted the car at
Trade street three-quarters of an hour
after the shooting. He told the con
ductor that he had missed three cars
before that This police claim, would
place he time when the man would
have mounted the car at the same time
Frank Otter, also from Portland was
down on the register for the same
While Grace and Gavigan claim that
they were in their room at this place
at the time of the shooting, the propri
etor told police that he heard them
come in at about 11 o clock an hour
and 15 minutes after the holdup.
Gavigan bears a discharge from the
United States army. He persistently
charges police with persecuting him
and hold out his army service record
as a token of his character. . He fre
quently insinuates that police are un
patriotic because of their treatment of
him. Grace is locked In a separate cell
Neither of them will talk.
Gavigan, when the conductor was
brought In to identify him Friday
morning, angrily shouted:
"The shooting isn't over when I get
out of here," And he hurled epithets
at Chief Varney.
bursters, having a 10-NyoungladyCM
twar Pursuit was given, but the bur
glars," having a 10-minute start, made
l complete get away.
Entrance was gained to the garage
by breaking the lock on the rear door,
police reports said.
Dallas Boy Convicted Of
Larceny And Sentenced
Dallas, Jan. 16. Charles Gosso of
this city, Indicted by the grand Jury
for larceny from a building was sen
tenced by Judge Harry H. Belt yester
day afternoon to serve a term of from
one to three years in the state peni
tentiary at SiUem. Gosso at the time
of his hearing before Justice of the
Peace J. K. Sibley confessed to a num
ber of robberies which took place In
Dallas early last spring, and also ad
mitted participating in a series of
robberes in Tortland during the past
year. An appeal by Gosso's attorney
for a parole was denied by Judge
MIXES FLOAT LOOSE
Stockholm, Jan. 16. Many marine
mines carried away by the heavy storm
weeping the North sea for several
days are floating through the Scandi
navian straits, according to report
aiaieiy incited tne suspicion of the
streecar man. He said that the car
sped away so fast that he could not
see how many occupants it had, or
what number it bore. Police reports
do not show what connection this epi
sode may have with the shooting.
Room Is Searched.
A search of the room, at the Salem
Rooming House, where Grace and Gav
Just Yellow Mustard
SENATE DEBATE BILL
(Continued from pagj one)
The legislative mill was Interrupt
ed for about thirty minus's Just pre
ceding the noon recess while the sen
ators extricated Representative Gal
lagheVa Jordan valley road from the
entanglement Into which it had been
thrown by the injection of a monkey
wrench in th shape of a new Coos
county road by Senator Ira C. Smith.
Gallagher's bill which provides for the
designation of a road in the Jordan
valley as a post road and its survey
and location by the state highway
commission, was passed by the house
over an adverse report of the roads
It came into the senate this morn-
Vnr I)wUl. T . t. ing on a divided report with the ml
wr naCKaCne, LUmbagO nority members of the committee
submitting an amendment Involving
the addition of a road in Coos coun
ty from Bandon to Coquille. The move
was characterized by friends of the
Gallagher measure as an attempt to
defeat the Malheur county road while
the advocates of the Coos county road
insisted that It was honestly submit
ted in an attempt to afford needed
relief to the people of the section ef
fected. The Gallagher measure won
by a vote of 1 to 10.
Grandmother's old mussv mntni
plaster or poultice generally brought
relief alright even
in the severest
cases, but It burn
ed and blistered
'Heat eases pain'
reduces the In
flammation a nd
scatters c o nges
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Begy's Mustarine, made of true yel
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iro r nla moil tUm. k --t !
IV .1, " " Sl )mg' reTtl""an more effective and cannet blis-
c iiuuiiiiS, xnv room was oare. iter,
Grace s name appeared on the register
as from Portland, and the name of
Coat Or Blouse
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Creamery butter, per lb . 68c
Olympic flour, per sack $3.25
White Wonder Laundry Soap,
5 bars .......30c
Kneedit shortening, per lb 36c
Large dill pickles, per doz 35c
Sardines, 10 oz can 17c
Sun Maid seedless raisins,
2 pkgs 45c
Bartlctt Pears, per can 19c
Libby's pine apple, 2 cans 35c
Palmolive sOap, 3 bars for 25c
Large market baskets 15c
White Lily tomatoes, can .". 15c
Large can Uncle John maple
syrup .. ; $1.45
Bird seed, per package 15c
Split Peas, per package 15c
Pop Corn, 2 lbs. for i. 25c
Corn Meal, per sack 75c
English walnuts, per lb 35c
Cocoa, per lb. ...38c
Phez. jam, 5 lb. can for $1.15
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899 North Commercial
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