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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
. KONTESANO CASE
Montesano. Wash.. Mar. IS. On the
last day of the 7th week of the trial,
deliberation began today In the cae
of ten alleged I. W. W. charged with
the murder of Warren O. Grimm, Cen
tralis Armistice day parade victim.
The Jury, which wa given the ease
last night at 1:I0 o'clock arter a day
and night spent in listening to argu
ments and receiving instruction, re
tired shortly after 11 o'clock.
Organization of the Jury began to
day with the election of a foreman.
the jury returning from breakfast at
:S0. It was not expected that verdict
would be reached until late this after
noon, at the earliest, because of the
mass of evidence which must be con
sidered, the lengthy Instructions which
must be assimilated and the several
poslble verdicts to be studied.
Verdicts of first degree murder with
hanging as the penalty, with life Im
prisonment as the penalty or with the
penalty left to the court, can be re
turned. Verdicts of second degree
murder, without fixing the penalty can
be found. Verdicts of not guilty may
bo found. Besides these the court's
Instructions provide for a special ver
dict In the case of Loren Roberts, de
fendant, for whom a plea of Insanity
has been entered.
Argument for the state yesterday
was opened by Special Prosecutor .
D. Cunningham of Centralis, George
V. Vanderveer, defense counsel, spoke
In behalf of the defendants for two
hours during the eiirly part of the
evening. W. It. Abel, special prose
cutor closing for the state. In all
about five hours were devoted to argument.
Found Once More
Stevenson, Wash., Mar. 12. Dr. T.
C Avery, Stevenson physician, Is to
day awaiting photographs and de
scriptive matter sent hhn from Sun
Francisco, to assist In the Identifica
tion of II. J. Wetherell, who was found
wandering on a farm near this city
nine days ago. and whom the doctor
believes to be Dr. Arthur Lachman,
scholar and chemist, who disappeared
from his home In San Francisco last
December. After treatment In a local
hospital, Wetherell, whose memory
appears to be affected was sent to a
sanitarium at Medical Lake, Wash.
Wetherell Is described by Dr. Avery as
being a man of slight stature, with
' very thin hair. He Isubout five feet
nine Inches In height and when picked
up he had a heavy growth of beard
slightly tinged with gray.
Refuse Pay For
A check of the items entering Into
the expense of the special legislative
session of last January reveals the fact
that two and only two salons failed
to draw down their per diem and
mileage allowances. These were Rep
resentative Joseph G. Richardson and
Senator Robert 8. Farrell, both mem
bers of the Multnomah county dele
Richardson who Is serving the stale
as deputy state treasurer, donated hii
time as a legislator and Senator Far
rell. who refused his allowance, had
previously declared his readiness not
only to attend at his own expense but
his willingness to pay the mileage and
expense of any other member who did
not feel able to attend on the same
A total of $11,522.73 has been paid
out on the legislative account to date
with the printing bills for the bouse
and senate Journals and other Inci
dental expenses yet to pay. Of this
amount $5557.40 represents mlleui
and per diem expenses of the legislators.
against her husband, about a veek
State against Joseph Litche. Romea
Lais and Alice Smith. The two men
are charged with a statutory offense,
while the Smith woman faces a charge
of contributing to the delinquency of
a minor. A IS -year-old girl is the
state's principal witness.
State against Joseph Eurdune, who
is accused of forging a check upon a
bank at Donald, Oregon.
State against Jacob Tuleja who was
bound over to the grand jury charged
with threatening to kill his wife. .
OE MARION COUNTY
On Monday, March 15, the Marion
county grand Jury convenes for te
March sitting. In addition to several
criminal docketings, the jury will be
asked to make research Into two state
departments, the Oregon state indus
trial accident commission and the
state treasurer's office.
The investigation of the state treas
urer's office will be made by the grand
Jury under the direction of Attorney
General George M. Brown. It is ex
pected that this Investigation will bo
made late In the month, following the
expertlng of the books In Treasurer
Charges made by J. Leroy Keeley
against the accident commission will
be investigated under the direction or
District Attorney Max Gehlar, of Mar
Other cuses to be taken before the
Stato against John A. lless, potya-
my, Smith is accused of having in
habited wtlh a Nora Dennis, claiming
tnat they had been married at Van
couver, Wash. Later, they admited
this was untrue.
Haurt A. Hess, legai wife of the ac
cused mon, filed suit for divorce
Fathers And Sons
Have Big Banquet
Fun and lots of it marked the fath
ers and sons banquet held in the W.
O. W. hall in Silverton Friday eve
ning, which was attended by It Sa
lem young men. The banquet was
furnished by the parent-teacher asso
ciation, and was given under the aus
pices of the Silverton high "Y" club.
About 150 fathers, sons and business
men of Silverton were present. W. T.
Walters, county director for Y. M. C.
A. work acted as toastmaster during
A deputation class from the Wil
lamette university attended the ban
quet, and remained In Silverton to
day. This evening they will stage a
community sing at the high school
there. Ffiday afternoon they exiter
tained student bodies at the Silver
ton high school. A quartet of singers
from the Willamette university furn
ished part of the entertainment Fri
day evening. They were Edwin Soc-
olofsky, Harold Emniell, Lawrence
Davie and Fred McGrew.
Washington, Mar. 13. "In the In
terest of economy," the three naval
construction programs recommended
by Secretary Daniels, depending on dis
position of the peace treaty were dis
approved today by a house naval sub
committee. ' An appropriation of $72,000,080 for
continuing the unfinished 1916 pro
gram was decided upon by the sub
committee as the only ship construc
tion funds to be provided for the next
Lodge Offers New
Washington, Mar. 13. In an effort
to reunite the republican senate forces
Senator Lodge of Massachusetts, the
party' leader, today Introduced an
amendment to the substitute article lv
reservation offered today.
The change proposed at the sugges
tion of Senator Borah, republican, Ida
ho, leader of the irreconcilables, would
insert the words "including all contro
versies relating to territorial integrity
or political Independence" In describe
lng the international controversies in
which the United States would not In
terfere. . !, ti3k
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