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ting rid of Jennie Brice came to ldin
And a way—using the black and white
striped dress of the dispute.
Another point of confusion had been
the dismantling of his room that Mon
day night, some time betw’een the visit
of Temple Hope and the return of Mr.
Holcombe. This was to obtain the
scrup of paper containing the list of
ciew’s as suggested by Mr. Howell, a
clew that might have bought about a
premature discovery of the so called
To the girl he had told nothing of
his plan. But he had told her she was
to leave town on an early train the
next morning, going as his wife; that
he wished her to wear the black and
white dress and hat for reasons that he
would explain later and to be veiled
heavy; that to the young man wrho
would put her on the train and who
had seen Jennie Brice only once she
was to be Jennie Brice; to say as little
as possible and not to raise her veil.
Her further Instructions were simple—
to go to the place at Horner where
Jennie Brice had planned to go, but to
use the name of Bellows there. And
after she had been there for a day or
tw’o to go as quietly as possible to New
York. He gave her the address of a
boarding house where ho could write
her and where he would Join her later.
He reasoned in this way: That as
Alice Murray was to Impersonate Jen
nie Brice and Jennie Brice hiding from
her husband she would naturally dis
card her name. The name Bellows had
been tiers by a previous marriage, and
she might easily resume It. Thus to
establish his innocence lie had not only
the evidence of Howell and Bronson
that the whole thing was a gigantic
hoax; he had the evidence of Howell
that he had started Jennie Brice to
Horner that Monday morning, that she
had reached Horner, had there assum
ed an incognito, as Mr. Pitman would
say, and had later disappeared from
there, maliciously concealing herself
to w’orit his undoing.
In all probability he w’ould have gone
free, the richer by $100 for each
w’eek of his imprisonment, but for
The flood, which had
brought opportunity to bis door, had
brought Mr. Holcombe to feed Peter,
the dog. And the same flood, which
For County Surveyor
R. I . SHINE. V.-Prcs
4 J. SHERWOOD Pr os .
l. H. NAtARQ, COORIOI
0. C SANFORD, A m
I hereby announce m yself an in
dependent candidate lor ihe oflice
B A N K
o f county surveyor of Coos County,
o p C O yU lU LB , ORBQOh.
I am a regular graduate
ot the Kansas State Agricu ltu ral
C ollege, class of 1884
Ungaged T r a n s a c t s a G e n e r a l H a n k i n g H u n i n e a ^
tor 14 years in the localiou, con
struction aud maintenance ot rail
Retro of Olrectore,
roads, with the C. B. & Q. R y ,
K. U. Dement, A. J. rthorwooj.
National Bank o f Commerce, New York City
M o Pac. R y , A T . & S. F . R y ,
L. Hsrl.ioker, L. H. Hazard,
Crocker Woolworth N T Bank, San Francise
C. R I. & Pac. R y ., and for to
t-aiah Hacker, K E. hhiau. First Nationall Bank of Portland, Portland
years em ployed in irrigation and
m iniug engineering work. A m al
so a member ot Ihe O re g m State
R. 8. K n o w l t o n , President
Guo. A. R o b in s o n , Vice-Pres.
Society o f Engineers.
W ill you
R. II. M a s t , Cashier.
support me at the polls?
E H. K E R N
FIRST N A T I O N A L .
Notice to Creditors
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Coos.
\n the Matter of the Estate o f Mary
L. Peterson, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed Ex
ecutor with the will annexed, of the es
tate of Mary L. Peterson, deceased.
A ll persons having claims against said
estate are hereby notified to present
the same duly verified as by law re
quired, to the undersigned at the law
oflice of C. R. Barrow, over Geo. A.
Robinson’s store, Coquille, Coos county,
Oregon, within six months from the
date of this notice.
Dated this 30th day o f June, 1914.
Elson M. Peterson,
C. R. Barrow, attorney for Executor.
were nineteen anil iiFTove with a man
and hiding 1 would hide us near him
Jwinie Brice and her husband, Ladley,
Op ned for Bttstnes March. 1 8 9 0
quarrel. She disappears from Mrs. Pit as possible. I ’d be likely to get a win
man’s boarding house during a Pittsburgh dow that could see his going out and
coming in—a ¡duce so near that he
Mrs. Pitman recalls that Howell, a re could come often to see me.”
porter, was with Jennie Brice and Ladley
Ladd & Tilton Bank, Portland
First National Bank, San Francisco
shortly before Jennie disappeared.
National Park, New York
First Trust & Sa-ings, Coos Bay
Holcombe finds incriminating evidence
in Ladley’s room. An onyx clock is miss rience, you woukl*do nothing so fool
ing. Mrs. Pitman’s knife has been stolen ish. But this girl was in her teens.
She was not very far aw’ay. for he
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ladley is arrested, but as no body nas probably saw her that Sunday after
been found he is released for lack of evi noon, when he was out for two hours.
OLD R E L IA B L E -E Q U IP P E D W ITH W IRELESS
And us the going was slow that day
Holcombe believes Ladley is guilty. and he had much to tell and explain I
Regular as the Clock
Ladley returns to Mrs. Pitman’s. Hol
figure she was not far off. probably in
combe watches him through the ceiling.
A woman's headless body is found. this very neighborhood.”
A L W A Y S ON TIM E
During the remainder of that morn
Howell was seen with a veiled woman re
Hits Scrub Sires
sembling Jennie Brice the night she dis ing I saw Mr. Holcombe at intervals
Sails from Portland at 8 A. M.,
going from house to house. Finally
“ The srruh sire has done inestim
No one can identify the headless body, he came back, flushed and excited.
July 2nd, 7th, 12th, 17th, 22nd, 27th.
First-class fare only
which has an odd scar on the breast*
“ I fofind the house,” he said, wiping
able damage to the quality of Wash
Up freight, per ton.
Ladley is rearrested.
his glasses. “ She was there, all right,
Sails from Coos Bay
He is a curse to
Apparently Jennie Brice was alive three not so close as we had thought, but
days after her disappearance, and this
A t 12:30 P. M., July 4th, 9th 14th, 19th, $lth, 29th.
fact is known by Howell. Ladley's trial
E. & E. T. Kruse
“ And can you trace her?” I asked.
neighbors. The pure bred sire that
P. L. STERLING, Agent
' Phone V ain 181 u
24 California Street, San Francisco
Alice Murray, a stenographer, with
Ilis face changed and saddened.
is backed by parents and grandpa:
whom Ladley is infatuated, has disap “ Poor child!” he said. “ She is dead,
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; :: ,“._r
£ 3 O.:- --le O
MÎÜ.Æ » .vfctC ë-C e *■£ * 5
peared from her home. The evidence fa
euts ot high merit will add quality
“ Not she—at Sewlckley!”
Holcombe appears with a mysterious
“ No,” he said patiently. “ That was
witness. Howell testifies that he took
J. E. NORTON
From the loregoing, which was tak
Jennie Brice alive away from Pittsburgh. Jennie Brice.”
from the Washington Slate Col
Agents, Coquille, Oregon
Dr. Littlefield identifies the scar on ths • “ But—Mr. Howell” —
woman’s breast and says she was Jennie j
lege news letter, it is evident that
“ Mr. Howell is a youug ass,” he said
Brice. Howell, Ladley and Jennie had . with irritation. “ He did not take Jen
Oregon is not going to 0 e let: atom
planned a fake murder for advertising f
nie Brice out of the city that morning.
to fight the battles for the bttiei
Ladley, however, actually killed Jennie : He took Alice Murray in Jennie Brice’s
sires lor the dairy herds. Bei'er
and sent Howell away with Alice Murray, I clothing, and veiled.”
herds, right leeding, proper man
OREGON and WASHINGTON
dressed in Jennie’s clothing.
Well, that is five years ago. Five
agement and sanitary product-., ..r-,
times since then the Allegheny river,
the things sought by the I)tiry ue-
from being a mild and inoffensive
A D ir e c to r y o f each C ity, T ow n and
partmenl of theOiegon Agricultur
stream, carrying a few bouts and a
V illa g e , g iv in g d escrip tive sk etch o f
i W l R - HOLCOMBE was up very
great deal of sewage. has become a
each p lace, location , population, te le
| 1 V 1 J early the next morning. 1
raging destroyer and has filled our
graph. s h ip p in g and b an k in g point;
heard him moving around
also C la ssified D irecto ry , com piled by
hearts with fear and our cellars with
« ■ B P at 5 o'clock, and at G he bang
business an d profession
ed at my door and demanded to know mud.
It. L. POLK A CO., SEATTLE
A few days ago, as 1 said at the be
at what time the neighborhood rose.
m m aB i
Reported for The Herald by the Title
He had been up for an hour uud there ginning, we found Peter’s body float
ing In the cellar, and as soon as the
Guarantee and Abstract Co.
were no signs of life. lie was more
yard was dry I buried him. He had
cheerful after he had a cup of coffee,
grow’n fat and la'zy, but I shall miss
commented on Lida’s beauty and said 1
\ T. E. Edgell et ux to H. H. Hurst, w
that Ilowell was a lucky chap.
d lots fi, 7, 8 & 9, blk 3, Riverside add
Yesterday a riverman fell off a barge
"That is what worries me, Mr. Hol
combe.” I said. “ I am helping the af
T. E. Edged et ux to H. II Hurst, w
The Celebrated dergm ann 6‘hoe fair along and—what if it turns out j ed. They dragged the river for his
body, but they did not find him. But
d lots 23 & 24, blk 5, & lota 41, 43 & 42,
EEP your new cur In our gumge.
The Strongest and Nearest W ater badly?”
Proof shoe made for loggers, miners
blk 4, Riverside add to Bandon,
Prices are low. Service is the
He looked at me over his glasses. they found something—an onyx clock,
prospectors and m ill men.
“ It isn’t likely to turn out badly,” he with the tattered remnant of a muslin
Henry H. Lehrnkuhl et ux to Clara
621 Thurmau Street
You can rest assured that we will
said. “ I have never married, Mrs» Pit pillowslip wrapped around it. I t only
Gardner, w d lot 1, blk 2, Portland
man, and I have missed a greet deal f bore out the story as we had known it
take tlie very best cure of your auto
P o b t l a n d , O regon .
for five years.
out of life.”
We give lessons to beginners. We
Albert S. Hisey et ux to Sarah E.
“ Perhaps you’re better off. I f you * The Murray girl had lived long
keep cars so that they are always
Chase, w d lots 29, 30, 31 & 32, blk 10,
enough to make a statement to the po
ready to run. We take trouble off
Notice ot Sheriff’s Sale
lice. although Mr. Holcombe only
Bangor Plat “ A ” ,
was thinking of Mr. Pitman.
“ Not at all,” he said with emphasis. learned this later. On the statement
Win. A. Border to N. G. W. Perkins,
Garage is fireproof, finely equipped
By virtue of an execution duly issued “ It’s better to have married and lost being shown to Ladley in the jail and
w d lots 3, 4, 5 & 6, blk 20. Border and
and open at all hours.
by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the than never fo have married at all. Ev his learning of the girl’s d ^ tb , he col
Benders add to Myrtle Point,
County of Coos State of Oregon, dated
lapsed. H e confessed bef<j e he was
He Was Frantic With Fear.
the 13th day of June, 1914, in a certain er}’ man needs a good woman, and it hanged, and his confession, briefly,
Proceedings in Guardianship of Levi
action in the Circuit Court for said doesn’t matter how old he fsr. The ! wTas like this:
should have carried the headless body M. Wilsey, incompetent.
County and State wherein Walter Sin older he is the more he needs her. 1
He had met the Murray girl in con as far as Cairo or even farther on down
Marshfield Land Co. to Peter M. Son-
clair as Plaintiff recovered judgement am nearly sixty.”
nection with the typing of his play, the Mississippi, had rejected it in an nesori, w d lots 24 & 25, blk 13, Bay
against The Salmon Mountain Coarse
* was rather startled, and I almost
Gold Mining Company Defendant for dropped the fried potatoes. But the and had fallen in love with her. He eddy below a clay bluff at Sevvickley.
had never cared for his wife, and
Well, it is all over now. Mr. Lad
the sum of Three hundred Eighty-one
p n v a te
& (10-100 Dollars and costs and disburse next moment he had got out his note would have been glad to get rid of her ley is dead, and Alice Murray, and even
ments taxed at Twenty-three & 00-100 book and was going over the items in any way possible. He had not in Peter lies in the yard. Mr. Reynolds
again. “ Pillowslip,” he said, “ knife, j
Dollars, on the 9th day of May, 1914,
tended to kill her. however. He had made a small wooden cross over Pe
Notice is hereby given that I will on broken; onyx clock—wouldn’t think so planned to elope with the Murray girl, ter’s grave and carved “Till we meet Co., w d nwj^ of n e^ , sec 14, twp 30 s *
r 10 w w m,
Saturday the 8th day of August 1914 much of the clock If he hadn’t been and, awaiting an opportunity, had per
again” ou it. I daresay the next flood
at the front door of the County Court so damnably anxious to hide the key,
H. E. Brown et ux to Wm. M. Smith,
suaded her to leave home and to take will find it in Molly Maguire’s kitchen.
House in Coquille in said County, at the discrepancy in time as revealed by
of nw‘ 4 of ne% of nel^, sec 35,
Mr. Ilowell and Lida are married. w d
10:00 o’clock in the forenoon of said the trial—yes, it is as clear as a bell. a room near my house.
Here he had visited her dally, while Mr. Howell inherited some money. I twp 29 s r 15 w w m,
day, sell at public auction to the high Mrs. Pitman, does that Maguire wo
est bidder for cash, the following de man next door sleep all day?”
believe, and what with that and Lida
Sarah A. Smith et vir to Geo. Ward,
scribed property, to-wit:
declaring she would either marry him
“ She’s up now,” 1 said, looking out
together on Monday, March 5. On in a church or run off to Steubenville, w d n% of nwl4 of ne% of ne}4, aec 35, I
Commencing at the Southwest corner the window.
of Section 10, Township 32, South of
Sunday, the 4th, however, Mr. Bronson O., Alma had to consent. I went to twp 29 8 r 15 w w m,
And Auto Line
He was In the hall in a moment, only and Mr. Howell had made their curi
Range 12 West; thence running South
A. Von Readen et ux to J. S. Thorpe,.
the wedding and stood near the door,
50 chs: thence West 00 rhs; thence
South 10 chs; thence West 5 chs; thence “ Is she the only other woman on the ! ous proposition. When ho accepted, while Alma swept in, in lavender chif w d 10 acres in sec 25, twp 20 s r 13 w
I.cavi h Myrtle Point 7 a. in.
Philip Ladley maintained that ho fon and rose point lace. She has not w m,
South 20 chs; thence East 35 chs; thence street who keeps boarders?”
5 p. m.
North 20 chs: thence East 10 chs;
“ She’s the only woman who doesn't,” meant only to carry out the plan as improved with age. has Alma. But
Northern Pacific Railway Co. to Clar- (
(i a. m.
But the temptation was Lida—Lida—I wanted to ru?i out and
thence North 60 chs; thence West 10 I snapped. “ She’ll keep anything that suggested.
ence E. Moulton, contract lots 4 & 12.
chs; to the place of beginning. Said doesn’t belong to her—except boarders.” too strong for him. That night, while claim her, my more than child.
Arr. Myrtle Point by 5 p. m.
tract being known as the Salmon Moun
his w ife slept, he had strangled her.
I sat down and covered my face, and aec 0, twp 23 8 r 12 w ; lot 2 sec 34, twp
Make reservations in advance at Ow I
tain Placer Claims, containing one hun
I believe he was frantic with fear, from the pew behind me some one 30 s r 12 w w m.
dred sixty acres, more or less, also a
Drug Store, Marshfield.
after he had done It Then it occurred leaned over and patted my shoulder.
quartz claim commencing at a post of
to him that if he made the body un
“ Miss Bess,” old Isaac said gently, lease of dower, all property of D 0.
the Long Tunnel, or better known as made me uneasy. 1 thought he was- recognizable he would be safe enough.
Carrying Baggage- and United Slates Mail
“don’t take on, Miss Bess!”
the More Tunnel, on the West end of going to continue the subject of every
On that quiet Sunday night, when Mr.
He came the next day and brought
Salmon Mountain, and running in a man needing a wife.
J. L. LAIRD, Proprietor
Reynolds reported all peaceful in the me some lilies from the bride's bou
U. S. of A. to Edward Davis, patent
Northerly direction 100 feet to a fir
But when he spoke he was beck to
Office at L a ir d ’ s L iv e ry Barn, M y rlle P oin t, Both Phones
tree, marked (1), which is the supposed the crime again: “ Did you ever worlt Ladley room he had cut off the poor quet that she bad sent me and a bottle se^ of nwV£, sec 13, twp 23s r 13 w w m.
wretch’s head and had tied it up in a of champagne from the wedding sup
center line of the claim; thence in a a typewriter?” he asked.
pillowslip weighted with my onyx per. I had not tasted champagne for
Westerly direction, 300 feet to a stake
\\ hat with the surprise, I was a lit
to Henry K. Reanier
marked (2); thence ilia Southerly di
rection, 1500 feet to a Cedar tree tle sharp. “ I don’t play any lustra-
It is a curious fact about the case
That is ali of the story. On summer et ux, w d lot 30, blk 10, First add to
marked (3); thence in an Easterly di ment except an egg beater.” I replied that the scar which his w ife incurred
rection, 600 feet to a fir tree marked shortly, and went on clearing the table. to enable her to marry him wras the afternoons sometimes when the house
Rebecca F. Stump et al to Arthur Mc-
is hot I go to the park and sit. I used
"I wonder—do you remember about
(4); thence in a Northerly direction,
means o f his undoing. He insisted, to take Peter, but now he is dead. I
Keown, w <1 1-12 interest in blk 04,
1500 feet to a stake marked five; thence the village Idiot and the horse? But
300 feet to a stake marked 1); thence of course you do, Mrs. Pitman, you are and 1 believe he was telling the truth, like to see Lida’s little boy. The nurse Bennett add to Marshfield,
100 feet to the place of beginning, and a woman of imagination. Don’t you that he did not know of the scar knows me by sight and lets me talk to
also a Placer Claim filed upon by Phil think you could be Alice Murray for i timi is, his w ife had never told him of the child. He can say “ Peter’’ quite
ip Guthardt, lying North of the last de a few moments? Now think—you are j it and had been able to conceal it. He plainly. But he does not call Alma
O. W. Cronkhite et ux to James M.
Why not have an extension telephone installed in
scribed claim and also the Guthardt a stenographer with theatrical ambi- j thought she had probably used paraffin
“ grandmother.” The nurse says she Lotridge, w d lot 111, Wheelers subdi
Quartz claim on the West end of Sal
in some way.
your residence, the price has been reduced to
mon Mountain, described as follows, to-
In his final statement, written with does not like it. He calls her “ Nana.” vision ,
Lida does not forget me. The other
wit: Beginning at a post at the mouth in love with him and he with yom”
J. L. Laird to Shute Savings Bank,
60 cents per month. Think of the un-
“ That’s hard to imagine, that last"
o f Discovery Tunnel, thence running
he told the story in detail; o f arrang day she brought me. with apologies, assignment of cert, of sale w 1..» of nw1^
“ Not so hard,” he said gently. “ Now
in a Northerly direction to a post
necessary steps this will save you.
ing the clews as Mr. Ilow’ell and Mr. the chiffon gown her mother had worn & w l2 of sw}4, sec 34, A nw*4 of se^ &
marked North centerpost; thence run the actor is going to put you on the
Bronson had suggested; o f going out in | at her wedding. Alma had never worn ne'4 of 8\v*4. aec 33, tp 25» s r 11 w.
ning in a Westerly direction, 300 feet stage, perhaps in this new play, and
the boat with thè body, covered with
to a post marked N. W. C. thence run some day he is going to marry you.”
Coos Bay Home Telephone Co.
a fur coat. In the l>ottora of the skiff; for it I took it. I am not proud, and
ning in a Southerly direction, 1500 feet
“ is that what he promised the girl?”
of throwing it into the current above I should like Molly Maguire to see it.
to a post marked S. W. i . thence run
“ According to some letters her moth
Mr. Holcombe asked me last night to
the Ninth street bridge, and of seeing
ning in an Easterly direction 300 feet to
contract of sale parcel of land in sec 0,
the South Center Stake; thence in an
the fur coat fall from the boat and car
twp 28 s r 10 w w m,
will divorce the ried beyond his reach; of disposing of that 1 need him.
Easterly direction 300 feet to a |>ost hut he tells you
I am a lonely woman and getting
marked S. E. C. thence in a Northerly wife. You are to wait for him. and In the head near the Seventh street
Louise Lockhart et vir to Lillian Mc-
direction, 1500 feet to a post marked hi. the meantime he wants you near him— bridge; of going to a drug store, as per old, and I ’m tired of watching the gas Nary, w d lots 27 A 28, blk 01, Railroad
sec 21 twp 21 s r 11 w w m.
E. C. thence in a Westerly direction. away from the office, where other men the Howell Instructions and o f coming meter, and besides, with Peter dead.
add to Marshfield,
300 feet to a post marked North Cen- are apt to come in with letters to be
Tbos. Dadd to T. Hillyer, w d lot 24.
W. E. Ellis et ux to W. O. Cooper, w
home at 4 o’clock to find me at the
Stake situated in the Johnson Creek typed and to chaff you. You are a
Pacific Realty, Oil, Gas A Coal Co. to blk 84, Coos B .v Plat B.
Tin* Hood district is none too ordf/r»y.
$500. d parcel o f land in Woodland add to
head of the stairs.
and Salmon Mountain Mining District. | pretty girl.”
Several points of confusion remain
and being adjacent to and lapping over
17. 8. of A. to Walter Stull patent Bandon.
“ It Isn’t necessary to overwork tuy ed. One had been
by Temple lnid away and a bottle o f good wine Barton’s add to Bandon,
the Salmon Mountain Placer Claims as
nehi see 10 tp 24 s r 11 w w m
Hope’s refusai! to admit that the dress
descrilied in this instrument, all in Coos
F. A. Golden et nx to C. R. Peck, w
I think I shall do it
Adellab Mowery to Alan V. Mercer Mitchell, w d n1» o f n’ ., sec 8 twp 30 s
County, State o f Oregon. Taken and terness. 1 had been a pretty girl, but and hat that figured in the case were
levied upon as the property of the said work and worry—
Contract of sale o 100 ft of lot 5 blk 7 r 10 w w m.
to be used by her the uext week at the
8 r 11 w w m.
defendants or so much thereof as may
“ Now you are going to New York
theater Mr. Ladley insisted that this
Crawford Point Add to Coos Ray
be necessary to satisfy the said judg I very soon, and in the meantime you
Charitv R Hammond to B Bartlett,
was the ease and that ou that Sun
Envious of the Immune.
ment in favor o f Plaintiff against said have cut yourself off from all your day afternoon his w ife had requested
Fred L. Leeper to C. L. Johnson w
of s'.» of sel4,
defendants with interest thereon, at people. You have no one but this man.
Little Henry (at the table, to the vis- |
Henry Sengstacken Co. to Geo. H. d lot 15 except s 14 ft. & all lot 16 blk 1
the rate o f 6 j>er cent per annum from What would you do? Where would
they had quarreled as to whether tjpey
w w m,
$10. Terry et al. w d lots 1 to 11 blk 22 Industrial add to Bandon.
the 9th day o f May, 1914 together with
should be packed *iii a box or in the (flattered»--Why. little man? Little
Steamboat add to Yarrow.
all costs and disbursements that have you go?’’
“ How old was the girl?”
brown valise, and that he had visited Henry—Because no one boxes your
or may accrue.
‘ C. A. Smith Timber Co. to C. A. w d lot 13 blk 3 Portlawn add to North
Alice Murray instead. It was on tne ear* when you eat with your Augers.— Hall et ux, w d lot 6, blk 12, South
W. W. g a g e
$10. Smith Fir Co. b & s d ne’ 4 o f nw'4 Bend.
“ I think,” 1 said slowly, “ that If I
way there that the Jdea of Anally get- London Opinion.
COQUILLE LAUNDRY & ILE CO.
a n d Bandon
SY N O P SIS
HEAL ESTATE Ì
A New Car?
This is a private garage, as well as a public
W e take the greatest care of
This saves vou trouble.
K IM E & V O N P E G E R T
Roseburg M yrtle Point Stage
60 C E N T S