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BEND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, SEI'T. 24. 1913.
MRS. PETER RIZZI
SHOOTS T. SCALPARO
Win AHiwkrri III llrr Homo Hiituriluy
Out-ltiK Aliwfiii'o of lliihtmiiil.
Counter' Jury .UyuH Her or nil
wlfo stiys film known nothing about
It, IiiivIiik Hud ii h noon iih nlio fired
tho wlmt. At lliu Imjuait testimony!
WIIS HlVUII Hint It WOllld llHVll iH'flll
ukhIuI for Rcitlimro to liaVo placed
tho iKiii under his lioml lilniMOlf hh
IiIh (lentil wns nppnrnntly not liistnn
UinooiiH. (tint Hint lliln wn lliq x
plntintluiu wmm uppnreutly the opinion
of tlm Jury. ..... ,
Tho Jury consisted of Minor Mb
woiiKor. riirtiinnii: lioiinl MrColH,
Osunr Mitlcliott, Homer Cecil. Alvln
Hpuliidlor mill Daniel 1. Hoon.
Rc'iilpiiro liad liuon IIvIiik lu the
nolKhiiorliooil or lliuiil for nlioiit four
years, comiIiik Imru. U U understood,
from Kpokmie. Ho was uiimnrrlcKl.
For lli past two year ho hua been
doing inurket KanlHiiInx on tho 8hr-
wood llros. place nui iur irom mo
HlrstM. The iiuily was broiiHlit to
town Htittintm erenlnK and oil 8uii
dny burled by Hip county In tint local
RheotliiK to protnet horswlf from
nu Intruder lu her homo. Mm. Peter
RUtl. wife or an ItnllMii IIvIiik on the
. II. Unyder place two mile north
Ht of town, klllml To ino Beulpnro.
uhi1 XK. Nlinrtlv linforn noon Ha til r-
ly, nccordliiK to tho story told by
hor nml bur nuHimnu. n. runnier
Jury, iiftor titkliiK evidence for miv
tirnl lioum, Heed her on tho Krouud
Hint Aim wk Justified In atiootltiK thu
The preachee of u dlshpiiu on which
thu dimd man's head wn pillowed
whgn round tin not yet been sails
fiietorlly nxplalned, nnd tho Imllof In
held i.y ninny tliut nil thn details of
the trnaody were not told. Bnd per
linp Hover will no. Member of the
otrnncirii Jury have staled Hint tho
MbnjUnK mny have hoon dune hy the
woman ii husband, hut evtMi If such
worn the en under the circumstan
ce h wq Jimtllled In the act. The
Uwul Mais U ihiIiI to have had an nu
wvory record. uavins Invadwl other
liotoM before inwilna- hie death ly
making improper remarks to Mr.
Hlio WImmiI nnil Pice.
AaaardliiR to Mr. IHisl. Hcslnam
tUfjN Into the yurd or her home
( 11:10 Saturday tuoruliiK nnd
aslMMi If her tmabund wue at home.
Ob twlmc told Hint he was nut, lio
( ImUi tho hoime nnd mailo im
proper remarka lo Imr. nt the laiiHi
time attempting nn niwault. Hho ro
iuIihhI him nnd. fteitlHK n hot Kim
thnt eUMid tivnr. told hi in to leavrW
the hoimo or miio would nnoot. At
tkU Hlimm IniiKhod. Mm. Itlxil
jmfn, nnd mtaln nppronchod Imr.
whumupon ihn rtred nud tin roll to
tho fjoor. Him liumudlatclv cmmlit
no hor little daiiKhtor. who had hten
lijayliiR ahout, and ran to thu ncarhy
'liomtrof Daniel l. Hoon.
Tho tory ' told hy tho husband.
I't'tur-ItUxl. U to tho effect that ho
THREE MORE RESIDENCES
ABE ANNOUNCED FOR BEND
DATE SET DECLARED
NOT TO BE LEGAL
I'rlnovlllv AHortuy Think Itoml Im.
imitruii-iit Hlcdliiii Oiilcr Itn'iilld.
Qiif-lliin Him IUihi Kuluiil.ttc! to
Attoruoy Oi'iirinl for Opinion,
MRS. ALLOOOD VICTIM
Mm. Trunk ItohfilMin Will llulld
Two OiltuKi nnil J. I. Kpc
Throo more new renldoncoa for
llnnd lire minoiiiicud thin wuk, work
on nun of which line already humi
etiirted. Tho bulldi'r will ho J. I.
Koyea of Tho lloiid Comiany nud
Mm. I'rank llolnlrleon, foriiuirly n
rt'kldmit hero and owner of jirupc-rty
In I'nrk nddltloii.
Mm. Kobertaon will ort'ot two
modern live-room cot In Ron on the
nrciniirlv ueouiilwl now only by Hie
bungalow lu whlfth 1!. J. Orerttirf
nnd fainlly rormerly reelded. Ono
will face on I'rnnt elroot and the
other on Calirornln alrcot. No
coiitrnrt ha been lt yet but It la
unilnmtooil thai work will lie marled
lu h Hhort Hme.
Mr. Koyee will utilld an iditht-room
f rain ii liouwi or two atorlua acroe the
treet from Hih Mra tioune. lu bloek
9 of I'nrk Hitdllkiii. Thin block la
not autHllvlded lulu Iota at prmwiit.
Contract for the excavation work Iwa
Iihh let to I'eter Illzil
wure drawn by J.
Wiih KlllliiK I" Hu8y on Honil Com.
Iiiuiy' Mrliljtc When Hon.c Hackcil
Tlmiuuli Hull Heath Heaullnl
I'miii HlKM'k Hon In Nut oil.
(Bpoolnl to The llulletln.)
I'UINICVH.t.lf, Bopt. 22. Aa, In
the opinion or miiiio or the attornoya
ut Prlnuvlllo, tho order or tho County
Court made laiit Wodnwuluy oallliiB
it npeclnl elitcllou fur the purpuMJ of
votlnR ii $200,000 bond laaiio to con
ii t mot n piNiiununt hlKhwny .from tho
north to the aotttli boundiiry of tho
county, wue IIIckuI, the apuclal road
oliictlou mny bo Indefinitely hold up.
W. V. KIiib of tho Crook County
Hood lload Aaituclatlon haa HUbmlt
ted tho pglul ruliod by tho locul
iittornoya to thu attorney Kmiornl for
hln niiliilon. He la oxnoetlnK a re
ply from Mr. Crawford nt tut onrly
The petition contained more thnn
Niiincleut namiNi. n reUlrud by thu
law, to make It mandatory upon the
County Court to cull a apeelul g lec
tion. Mr. KInk unil tlio kooii rouue
- Itltvr Vlclliim ut Hcnil, Will.
April 16 William Gorton,
axed ; Lawrence McClaakoy,
tiRed C. "
May 21 Harl MeClure, bkcx!
- July 27 Ualnh l.unbcck,
aged 10. .,
Reptcmber 18 Mm. Alox All-
Kood, aged 08.
Aa-a -- --a
The fifth death In the Denehutea
In tho lmat tlvo month occurrei,
Thumdav oveultiK when Mm. A. .V.
AllKOod wua- thrown Into the rlr
from the bridKe nir The Menu uom
pony'a mill. Unlike the oarller
deuthi, however, that of Mm. All
linnil we not directly due to tho
river but to tho action of n family!
Mm. AIIrooiI had been driving ln,ent
the early evening with her daughter. yi
Mm. J. K. KWfeweuton, nnu i on
the way to her homo near The fiend
CoiniKHiy'a yard. A they approaehed
the brldae. her eon noy inei mem
rind A. W. All kooJ. who aurvlrca her.
Three children were Horn to tnom,
Hoy If. Allgood and Mm. J. K. Knee
brotaon of Mend, mid Mm. Herbert J.
Flnloy of Dnlhart. Texaa. They
rn mo to Hand about threo yearn ago.
Mm. Klnloy ha vlalted hor parent
here thl niitnmer. hnvlnjf nrrlved In
Dalhnrt on her return from Ilend
Tuoaday of laat week.
I'uneriil to Ho Tomorroir.
The runeral haa been delayed
awaiting the arrival of Mr. and Mm.
I'lnley from their home In Texas. It
won to nave boon held today nt 10 a.
in., but thoy did not arrlvo lnnt night
aa expected, nnd will bo held to
morrow morning at lu at the Metho
SCHOOL BONDS SOLO AT 6
PER GENT AND ABOVE PAR
Morrl Hn. or Portland Art lliiycrs.
.Money to He Avullnblo In Alniut
Tho $23,000 bond Ibhuo voted by
Mhool district No. 12 has bean sold
to Morris Ilros. or Portland at par
plus $46. The bonds will lie Issued
in denomination! of $600 or $1000
and boar Interest at C per cont. They
ore to run 20 yearn, subject to re
demption any time after 10 years.
Tho atate will furnish the blank
Tho rollowlnK were, other bids
legally submitted and considered by
the school board at an adjourned
meeting hold Saturday, at which time
tho award was mndo to thu highest
Wright & Sen. Denver, par plus
$10, Interest at 15 per cent.
i uauser. rosier : io.. ur.
$1117 below imr. Interest at &W tier
McCALL CHAMPION IN
Moore anil Iloach of Itcdmonil Tako
Doubles Cup--I,attcir Prnte Him
elf "Iron .'Jlrtii'l Dance Pct-
poiicd Till n Intur llate.
will li nlxiiit 140110. It Is flXlifClod
to haie It completed by t:iirJnms.
Hwiocliitliiii take thu immIHoii
tbauKh the i mt It Ion made It iriftmla
lory upon the County Court to oall bi took Mm. Kngebreteon's place,
a apeilal olectlon uiuler sectlOR I of, Hno starting back acroaa the fields
lilttuj.11" "" '.i.ift - i""--" "" ill iiyr uwh inrmv.
I lie I'loini i i uBi.l.jttiru tnxl u'lntur. Ilia oaurt i, i M.u i,.mlu .f thu Allanntta
i- m...l.ti ... """"." -. - . "' . ' .m. . ... -"-.
rt hWlut yet
I IIIIBin n. OWCTl U V.W., lD,71,
luir nlus S17. Interest at S par eeni,
It is oxpected thnt the money will
lie available In alwiut 20 days, and
soon after that time work on Dend'a
iH. could call an election on It om ( tki from the river Just below
nonnM co DDinLv
UI1UUIII UtJ. UII1UL
IVreiiiony U l-'lrxt to IkuJi'fJirjiiMl
Hy Jutlre of Pence ICuMc.
A uiurrlagu coremony combining
revernl IntorOntlng features was per
formed In Park Addition Friday eve
ning. Tho groom la 03 years of ago
nnd the bride 68. Ho has flvo living
children nnd she hna nine, tho oldest
of whom Is 42. It was tho first knot
had come to town that morning to .tied by Justlcu or the Peace J. A.
look for work and was putting his' Hastes, and, wonderful to say, no got
IMu niuiiiiNg contract iij(MTUh yi( nMll0n lmier sctlons S and I of tho't.e ,r,M all the water needed for
iMieH let. ine eoei ui iniviiiiuiiik , uri which nrovtde that In such a easel fumiMiiiiiiii uuu and on this oceas on
imlnil i ' "-" . . ,.,.. .. ..- -.
thu bonding election may nu ouueu Hoy stopped the home on tlio west
by the Comity Court nt any Utile be-aiae or the bridge whllo ho got u
fore 40 days or any general state :,ml 0r water. Aa he was putting
election. the pall lu tho back of the buggy the
Mr. King nnd tho other omenre otiorso. for some unknown reason,
the good roads association further Marled to baok; tho bridge railing
held that thu coming election called ! broke, nnd tho buggy In which Mm.
by the legislature for rererendum Allgood wna floated went over Into
measures waa suou a general siaie
thile Drclnml Not llarly Kuougli.
The Prinevlllo legal HghU. hoW
ever. who hnvD called tho attention
or tho good roads association to the
matter say that the election called
I. il.. fl abLIhIii a a a hhI K'nHAIH.
bSr to"voto on measure; rererred to ' "rush on the bank; ha lo.l : hli .bold.
home In the barn on his return when
lie heard a shot. Thinking It was
from the sower work which has been
going on a short distance away, ho
tho stream, a drop of about thrco
Hoy was carried under by the"
weight of the buggy but managed to
shako himself freo and rose to tbo
aurfaco whore he grasped his
mother, lu a moment, however, tho
current swept him against logs and
the iieonlc. Is a anccla! election and
not a general election; that the peti
tion presented gives the County
Court no alternative oxcept to call
n special election, which according
to the road bonding law must be
IU IIIU III9U UUUIIIIIH I"" UIU.I '" . T. ., J .!..!,. I, ... m
called by the court lor a day not loss " lVh"nr'Vi ,?EJl
than 20 nor morn than 40 daya from
throush without a breakdown
Tho contracting parties were W. 8.
flardner mid Mm. Annotto Cray. Mr.
Uardner has been In llend for several
nald no attention to It and finished , months. He Is a plasterer and whllo
oaring for the horse. 'On coming to .working In tho Kermott building on
tho house and finding Bcalparo lying) lloud street fell and received severe
m lln, HAhr nnil till wlfn irnnn tin till, annlli PUIS. HnVlnir recovered ell-
..... ....... ...w .... wt- - " i- - ... .. .. . ... . .lH
mediately reliirned to town and notl- tlroiy. tho other nay ne wrote nacKiine nine uio oruer mr me cidgudu
Med the luitliorlllea. 'to Missoula. Mont., to Mrs. Oray that Is entered. As the order waa made
Deputy Sheriff. Fox got Into com- lie had a homo ready for her hero t nnd entered on i boptember 16 for nn
muulealloii with Hherlff Klklns and 'and to come on. he arrlvml Krlda) election to be held Tuesday. Novem
OBMiner Polndexter at Prlnevllle who niornliig. and at ao that eenlngber 4. n flate more than 40 iluya
iMtructed hi in Ui aathar a Jury nnd tlio ceremony was performed, lit the after the order was made, tho olco
miuii fiimii m iii nicii hiiim,! Thin ' uriMiniicn of Air. nnd Mrs. K. D. Mc i Hon would not bo valid and the
was done nnd lute in tlm nfinriioon Intosh. Mm. HttstM, Jonas Ohwou mid
the Jury mut nnd 'af tor taking testl-.U. N. Iluftmnn. The guests wuro
icMitr Horn all ennneeled with the' served coffee, cake nhd fruit by tho
mattnr nciiilltod Mm. Hlxxl of nil i newly wedded couple.
""'nMiirnu Pudrr UN Head. i FIWKHAI, OP hUSIIi DVHII.
The one mysterious ftmturu of the Tho funoral of Hlsto Dyer was held
and she was carried on down stream.
Mm. Kmtebrctson. In tho field
across the river, heard tho commo
tion and called, for help, which came
at once from Hie neighboring houses.
Hoy was helped from the water but
Men's glnglea Henry MoCall,
Men's singles, runner up J.
W. Moore, Redmond.
- Men's doubles J. W. Mooro
and J. F. Hoseh, Hcdmond.
Mixed doubles Mr. nnd Mm.
C. P. Putnam, Ilcnd.
The first annua! Crook County
tennis tournament, promoted by tho
Hend Tennla, Club, ended -Sunday
afternoon, and proved an Interesting
and successful sporting cvenU There
was a total of 40 entries, nnd some
fine exhibitions of racket skill wero
Tho main event of the tournament
was tho contest for tho single cup.
which waa won by Henry McCall of
Prlnevllle. 'In the final match, which
waa with J. W. Moore of Redmond.
Mr. MeCall displayed splendid skill
and through the throe sets showed
superior pUying. Mr. Mooro. how
over, was a strong opponent and put
up a lirllllanf defense, his uoioai
grauescnooi oiiiiuing win uo win. .hnv ,, to th fa. that ho
nave mreaay neen . i ,,, ;,.,i, , ,., hi.
drawn by the architect employed by "".,....." .i.;' ..Vinr m, i..u m
SwreW.rShK od Thy , J. ! !-?? fi h?
the lMard and on these, plans con-, fV"" "?. McCall oarir iah:
,,,, iV ,'3:.. .i.ii,Tr.ri Z ii point and with remarkable accuracy
ttWn",.,U- '0"jr.m"n.!lf.85t""l skimmed over the net.
liriCK win in on prouaunuy ue ucu . .ini . narrowed down
In the construction of tho building. LTJl"rafh.n.m?.nnr.aMrn.
Call, Moore and J. P. Hoach of Red
mond. Mend's leading singles player,
O. P. Putnam, had lcen put out of
the running early by meeting Mr.
McCall. Hy lpjtjry, Hosch waa
drawn to ila"y McCall, and was easily
defeated, and then came the final
match between Mooro and McCall.
END GOMES TO MRS. FERRELL
lkxly Taken t Illinois for Interment
nt Old Home.
Mm. II. Ferrell. who had been In both me reHed cup ..Mr. MOM
as central Oregon cnatnpton nnu Mr.
Hffalr. as nlrendy aiiKgested. was the nt Nlswonger'a undertaking parlors
rot that when tho authorities roach-1 Saturday, rouduotcd by lluv. K. O.
od the houso they round Konlpuro's Judd. Ilurlal wits in Pilot Ittuto
bfldy lying In n natural position on cemetery. Mlsa Dyer died Inst week
tho Hour nnd his hend on n dlshpnn of heart failure nt the home of her
Itlzai says tho pan wns thero when father. Howard Djor, in Mllllcau val
lie first ciime Into tho houso mid hhtiley.
J.w01J.-fij Jm)tieii ?v I
..fcllA.MJH.I.I.L,j UI4J. IJ
bonds could not bo marketed.
Tho idea of the olUccrs of tho good
roads association was that It tho
speclnl election could, be callod to be
held on the sumo date as the state's
special election Is hold, quite nn o
penso to tho taxpayers would bo
saved. Tho question ns to whether
the County Court can couveuu In n
special sesslun nnd yet order tho
election lor Novcmlier 6, haa also
been submitted to tho attorney gen
oral. Thut point Is also n clouded
poKslhto to find his mother.
Ibxly Found In the Morning.
The next morning search for tho
IhxIv or Mm Allgood was begun, on
the theory that she had leu drown
ml and the body sunk near the place
of the accident, ltelng unsuccessful
thero. the workoro wont further
down the river and finally came upon
thn body floating opposite the, Hoy
Scouts lodge. This, couplod with
tho fnot that Mra. Allgood was
known to have n weak hoart. Indi
cated that alio did not drown but
died of shock.
Horn lu Iiiillunit.
Mra. Allgood. whose maiden namo
wns Theodosln Florenco Kirk, was
horn In Dublin. Indiana. April lu.
1815. Sho moved to Topekn, Kau
sas. with her parents In the fall of
1870 and lu 1870 nt Ilellovlllo mar-
n critical condition for two weeks.
died last Saturday morning about 8
o'clock. Death was due to acute ne
phritis. Accompanied by husband.
mother and sister, who were with
her when the end came, Mrs. Fer
rell 'a body waa taken to Marlon, III.,
the old' home, for Interment, leaving
hero on tho train Saturday night; '
At the Ferrell Rome Saturday air
Moore as runner up. - I
Itetlmonil Wins Doublet Hoaors.
Tho'- men's doubles honors wero
carried off by Moore and Hosch, tbo
Kedniohd team. Their first match
wastwlth Putnam and Keyes of llend.
and they defeated them and took
revenge for tho beating received at
Redmond on September 14. McCall
and Hrewstor, tbo Prlnovllle duo.
next met them and lost. The first
ternoon at 6 o'clock funeral ser- two 8el, played lata Saturday, were
vices wero conducted, the ceremony close, each team taking one, but la
or the Order of the Kastern Star be-, tho third set the Prlnevllle team
. .i.i ... Th. TrM..u. wrJ "bowed up In poor form nnd Moore
... u....v.. .. -.. .. ...-,. ,-. ,nn(I 0BCii went turougn to an oasy
niteniien uy a largo numoor oi victory.
friends of tho family. The pall bear
era wore Floyd Dement. Frank May.
Italph Polndexter, J. 11. Heyburn, W.
W. Kaulkner and It. M. Smith.
Mra. Forrell waa SO yoara of age.
Sho was married to Dr. Ferroll at
Marlon, III., on January 2, 1913, und
the couplo arrived In llend the
Jatter part of the month. Mm. Fei-
roll had mauo a uoai or menus uur
tng her resldonce In llend.
Dr. Ferrell Is expeoted to return
to llend about October 9 to resume
Vm HI 1 M-fcl 7
"A.B. A." Chequca, used by tourists In nil forclcn countricsl
also are the safest, most convenient funds for travel in the
United States and Canada.' Not good till you olen them;
safo as your own blank check. More handy than your
personal checkbook, for your signature identifies you.
Tie Etescrmtes Banking fth Trust Co.
OF BEND, OREGON v
11 PURRRIA President V, O, MINOR, Secretary
K. M. IA-RA, Csthler
n. PHRRHI.L, P. O. MINOR, R. M. I,ARA,
HARDWARE to SELL
Thero are quite a few stores thnt
are not stores at all, for stores are
where things are stored so as to bo
available when people want them.
A irood many stores wait till you - ,
come, then they'll say: "Wo can
orrW It for you."
Now, when we advertlso hard
ware for sale, we huvo it tools,
paints, oils, builders' hardware,
nuto Knrngo supplies or anything
you'd expect us to curry in stock,
We advertlso goods that are right,
hero In Bend, on Bond street, in
this store ready to bo supplied
you in a jiffy. "
Tho mechanic who needs new
tools for use next morning knows
ho can depend upon ua.
, We don't compel our patrons to
run to Portland, or wait till wo send 4
thero for things wo carry big
stocks, and we carry pretty noar
Bend Hardware Co.
By lottery N. A. llurdlck.
and J. It. Murphy or Metollus went
Into tho doubles finals and wero de
feated by Moore and Hoseb In easy
There were seven entries for mixed,
doubles, but tbrep teams defaulted.
The flnalq were between Mr. and
Mrs. Putnpm of llend and Moore and
Miss Olsen or Redmond. This
proved to bo, one or the surprises of
the tournament, for It was expected
that the Redmond team would win
or at least mako It lively for who
(Continued on last page.)
SSi&ss!. .jh -K.r
m y. ViOun.
IS A NATIONAL BANK
LET US TAKE CARE OF
Your money will be safe in our National Bank,
which has n charter from the U, S. Government to do
u Banking business. Under our charter we must con
duct cur business under the National Banking Act,
This law places our bank under the supervision of the
Treasury Department at Washington, A RIGID
EXAMINATION of the bank's affaire is m,ade several
times every year in the interest of its depositors.
Make OUR .bank YOUR hank, ' 1
Ttie First National Bank of Bend.