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The Weather Is fine
are extra fine
LUSDAY. JVNB 19. 119.
' OREGON WEATHER
nValr-, cooler Friday; gentle
llthweeterly wtnda. .
BER HAS 50 SHOT IN
IE. BUT NO COIN
to : . : . ... ....
a complaint ruea in me jusuce
by District Attorney Nenner
rigned by Sheriff Quine "as the
LcuUng witness. Mike Zelock,
i Karis, ciauae Bennett, s. a.
her and John Juplch, all irapli-
In one -way or another In the
Lbnrg holdup -which "was un-
I 8fnny pulled os eariy last
ay morning, have been Jointly
:ed with assault ana robbery
constitutes felony pnntsh-
Ljjby a sentence of from 10 years
Ige Imprisonment. ' ,
kyorney John T. Long has been
B led to defend S. A. Cramer, the
j deputy and a member of the
bnrg posse, who la alleged to
,- picked up a roll of currency
led by Mike Zelock, the gang
,r, when he was shot and iwound
u' one of the posse.
h3en first Interrogated iby the lo-
Lithorlties soon after his arrival
city. Juplch, a Servian, aged
(enled that he was in any way
cated In the holdup. However,
jjV.o uuwu unaer & severe gni
Lrand eonfeesed his part in the
ijfP- According to his story hel
KINNEY & TRUAX GROCERY
OVAL1TY AND SERVICE
GERMAN POUCE AFTER SMUGGLERS
h'l(f "--i .... I
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Genua ny is safeguardiDg lis interior against further bolshevik uprisings.
Here on Mannheim bridge a German policeman In civilian clothes Is searching
the wagon of a smuggler for contraband.
SEE BOCHE FUTURE
AmoroiiKcn. May 17. tCorrvsimn
donee of the lAaoclated Press.) The
people of Amorgonen, old tnshlouml
in ithelr Woas. have been given re
cently what they regard as a token
of the future of Germany.
Two storks every yr make their
neet on a tower of Amorongen Castle
where the former Oerman emperor
la staying. This year the feraaia
stork returned alone and built her
nest. Soon came three male storks
but all were ibeaten oft with violent
pecklngs. Two days later a lone
male etork arrived and he too was
accorded a hostile, reception. How
ever, he hovered about perservering
ly and fought off a fourth. The
combat was wsjched with Intense In
terest both by the occupants of the
castle, among them the two Hohen
xollerns. Next day the mnle stork
shared the nest with the female on
the nest, from which the cfKi had
been ejected. The two birds appear
ed quite happy.
Superstitious vlllasrers compare hs
non-aftwaranre of the male stork
after the winter absence with the
dlsnpeparance of the erstwhile em
peror from Germany after the war.
The first wooers of the widowed fe
male stork are likened to the var
ious parties which tried to fill the
place of the former imperial ruler
and were rejected. The persevering
male stork is taken as the emblem j
of the German people determined to
become their own rulers. The last
fight of the male storks is said to
represent the struggle of the Ger-j
man nation to shake off the bolshe-j
vlkl The ejection of the aggs from
the nest is assumed to mean the'
casting out of all that belonged to
the old imperial system of rule,
while the happy outcome of content
ed family life in the nest 1s looked
on a the portent of the happy future
See our Seal and Grape
BARNES, The Jeweler
8. P. Time !ns$ertor
Next door First National lUnk
1918 Maxwell 1917 Oakland Six
1917 Maxwell Chalmers Touring Car
One Ford Truck N
Have your loose wheels lightened
COLLINS AUTO COMPANY
jmpany with Mike Zelock and
L Karis left Portland In a hired
Unoblle driven by Claude Ben-!
tiy iu car buu unvcr were ion
picsDiirg. -me trio rescued the
iBty of their victim's cabin under
of darkness last Monday night
tout z odock that morning they
up to the cabin door which, was
ked. . Quietly entering the
TVovij.1i ' n m Anlunul )a turn
-his savings amounting to ?10
I. e mint of the guns held by Ze-
and Karis. ' While he denies It, i
h, -who was unarmed, is alleged i
C-e struck matches to enable his'
along to see iwhat was going I
fislde .the darkened cabin. He,
Irthpr aHeareA to have become
S?d while the 'holdup was taking
i and told his pals to "Shoot
hoot him." , Juplch was ar
ea iDelore justice niaaie mis
ing, but was given time in
Li to consult aa attorney before
.ing a plea.
friff Quine stated that Mike Ze
f the leader of the holdup gang,
. was taken to Mercy hospital
tring from a gunshot wound in
if -94 will be removed from that
utlon and placed in tne county
not a orukn ya inarm las Inn in do
UJM been secured from County
clan K. L. .Miller, wno nas
picking the ibuckshot out of Ze-
j wound. The snernr is 01 tne
on mat .eiocKs injury is uoi
jl serious and that the man is
. .... .. mr a
ng, noptng wax wmie conuneu
1 le hospital he can eventually
3 a casn lor iioerty. a guar a
een watching over the wounded
,ner day and night. . He told
jiff Quine last night that he had
.bullets in mm." . :
the 11980, all In bills, taken by
tpoldup men, but $885 has been
Dered from Mike Zelock and S.
W' . . ....
ramer. The residue or the ipiun
has not as yet been discovered,
h fact Is causing Sheriff Quine
iderable worry. ' It was thought
T Cramer had disposed of a large
of the stolen collateral behind
g where he threw it when the
tsrs approached him. However,
ing has been heard from Deputy
,'lff Ed Sterling, of Drain, who
!; to the scene of where Cramer
first (placed under arrest. Rose-
(Review. , .
Papeete, Island of Tahiti, May 31.
(By mail.) Walking over stones
heated white hot Is the recent ex
perience of an English newspaper
correspondent who makes his home
here. He emerged without injury
or the slightest trace of fire on shoes
or clothing and said he felt no dis
comfort whatever. ' He participated
in the ceremony of "passing through
fire." or "Umlti" as It Is called by
Whatever trick there may be in
performing this ceremonial ' is a
secret religiously held by a small
clan of natives on the island of Rai
artea.. T large pit is dug 1n which are
placed huge, dry logs of wood over
laid with a thick layer of large river
stones. The tire then is kindled
and made to burn fiercely until the
stones become white hot. Native
priests, or (wizards descend Into the
pit, notwithstanding the fact that
the intense heat radiating from it
keeps the onlookers ait a distance,
and walk barefooted over the heat
ed stones inviting those who have
the courage fo follow them.
Many theories have been advanced
as to why the naked feet of the na
tives are not scorched, but no satis
factory explanation of the phenome
non yet has been advanced. The
Englishman wore his shoes.
WOIUI PROHIBIT HVX
IMMIGRATION 50 YE A 118
Battery Shop Specials
Spot Light at varloUM prices.
I'dggage Carriers Juwt thn tiling for picnic.
Motorist .Coveralls nl Driving Glove.
Let us tell you hw to moke your miMiiiir or pnnUnote
top look like now or let us do it for you.
A full line of llruuiwlrk and ROYAL COKU CAMIMiH.
Our lUtterr Service Is free We are lontxl to toll you
what your battery needa to make It do what It la In
tended to do.
We are demonralii the National Spark liugs Come
and ace It,
THE A. P. OP I. WANTS
Washington, June 19. Bills pro- j 1
posing that periodicals In German or
other forelga languages toe barred Mllrp, t,.
from the mails were Introduced to
day by Senator Myers, democrat, of A,vy "f Kendall and Rleta
MontanaL . - Hazel Rlngha.m were married today
He also presented a bill to pro- l the courthouse ly Justice James
hlblt all immigration for 20 years ' Holman.
and that from Germany, , Austria-1
Hungary, Bulgaria and Turkey for
Our clnsxlrted srt lirlnp rmilln
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NOT MAKE YOU A FORTUNE,
BUT IT WILL SERVE AS A
BTONE IN THE FOUNDATION
OF BirairTESS SUCCESS :t it
Atlantic City, N J., June 19. The
American Federation of Labor In
convention here adopted a resolution
f favoring restriction of Immigration
during the reconstruction period.
All kinds of Commercial Prlntlnf
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The Gem has a soft, comfortable, velvet feel
it leaves your face cool and refreshed.
The convex edge of the Gem Damaskeene
Blade fairly glides across your face removing
.the toughest stubble and the tenderest growth
with velvet-like smoothness.
We lell the complete Gem Damaskeene Razor outfit for $L
The outfit includet the razor, teven Gem Damaikeene
Blade, thavinj and itropping handle -all in a hand,
some leather case. Com in and get your Gtnt to-day t
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