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September 23, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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_ i [ i ?7 ROBBERS I GARDHER HAS MADE BY POSSE When They Return to Recover Loot. Or, ~ Two of the three who held up and robhed elreas [Jay WLL~! ~311 Of Cash and hxni: di~tfl:~ "lA~! at V~ncouver, \\'ash, eapttlred :lad lodged ill ill(: j:).il ;t11(1 every c(l|t ill lid re( t,(i. |we rohb~t s wer~ oal)t ttr~d lllOl'liill~ \%'11oi1 th~'~ (:11111~' their loot which had been in-the woods. Both |.ohhe!s ~'roln shoINLlll WOIIII(Is ill- "hen the5- attempted to ('~- the posse which was in awaiting lheh' return to the WOmen and two little ,~irl.s in an automob|le in whh:h robbers drove to a poin! were Cal)tured with The wont en *.v e it~ the Vancouver jail without aeCOmpli(:es. men gave the names Moore, aged 35, and Bert Or- 35, The women said /hey Beth Moore and "Hiss Chris- The two children are MOOre, aged 12. and ICdna aged 4, daughters of Ray and Moore. Miss Gross said a. Seattle w-dtress. which led to the cap- given to Vancouver auth- a farmer named Jerry Who stumbled across'the lie takh(g a shorl-eut throuzii near La Center. WtL~h. Sat- ~oon. COLUMBIA THE DARES of sleek in an in- '*bridge corI)oration, made up business men from vir- city of importance in east- and W-tsilington, was de- here as the most logical of financing a bridge across river at the narrows Dalles. Delegates from Oregon and \Vzt~l lid oil In attendance. organization wqs Judge N. B. Breaks of as president; .l.T. Rorick vice-president, and E. of this city, secretary. as a board of trustees has steps toward incorpof Oregon and Washington will in order that the sale of be started. ge will (,onne('t the ('ohlm- and North Bank highways, to giv ng an all year road M/ash(ogLes. COAST NEWS 91el divisiou will hohl at Se- 24 and 25 the annual l'eUnion. receipts in Portland post- 5.85 per. cent in this year. as compared with ntOnlh a year ago. of all Japanese in Call- ire Under 10 years of age, ac- re estimates made public by of vita'l statistics of tile of health. Savings hanks of the Pacific are, in proporlJon to popu- le most heavily patronized in according t.o a statement the postmast er-general. Or., is the only city on the COast where there is no one Job, according to a report is- thd employment service of the of labor at San Pran- made an unsuccessful at- to rob the lteardan National Reardan. Wash. The alarm at Reardan by means of the bell. and the robbers fled shots with Ben Col- marshal there. Llleged Industrial Workers of organizers, who declared Seat to Bakersfield, Cal. by organization to organize now on strike in Kern a "red card" organization. from the city by law-and- of the oil workers Strike. ~Olumbia ,~hingle Workers Out. B. C.--Eighty-five per the shingle mills or British a closed Saturday as-a result of all classes of labor. O. Roosevelt has Paralysis. York.~Pranklin D. Roosevelt, Itant secretary of the navy, is from a mild ease of infan- tiuOD ti!3 ES0 PE Bandit Beli,-~':ed to Haw Es- capted From McNeil Is- land W~;dcn Adii~its. [rlllt::'. 74 , E'S %'; XI( ,b :!Bi[ ('klldLd:l l'Or ]~t) ~', r'~t ,7' ,it;31~!lii iIILli[ h: ~ diI ~r[l('t ~[~[:~'~ :]i:< :Z~li:" ~lli)ila} 1~I''1;11"~ I'l,)ih land. rl ,;'. li ;~,. ht:~! I.;ll))l d:lv, is xerY lik,.i, i( },*. laxrn(.h(.d itl :l f(-'w days. it ,,,,, !"dit'~(lt'(i :it the' I)~'llil*'ll it~il'y \~. h t'i? tl!e sl3:ir('h ()f |hO iSl;I ll(.I itself "., ,,< ,,"',~'ti'd!y z~,;tlldOned "l'h .... : ~ ] I ' 1 ~ is sillI ;I I :i li11:4 :1 ~}51f~'()! ,~: :' " W::tt(?l'~; Stll'l'l)lllitlill the icqal;0 '" d '.'Hal'dS aft! [';.(?('pilI~ Ill) ,l,~sult~w, :;( :~reh for (:ardn(,r. ih)w. ~ver, th. l'O,'~:e Of sl)e(:ial (h,i)lllh~s will I, ..... lu('od beginning ll~XI W(!e|i nnless ~-~ ~PAe additioaal clews are de- velo0od ~l cllec, Wardot~ 5~aloney saht tod~(y Ih;ll (lardh2r }dl~ ovidently r~,(,~,i\ ml as- ,~istanc.e .~itl~,er fronl aceollll)li('os of ilroln i'ar:,~e:s on the islan(l. The h1111~ i'l)r (~t]'dner lilts ]l)sl S~) milch [~l" its ;,Lqerest., following failm'e Of O!'[icv,s (o develop tiny now clowN. that )he ~Qlony Of newsp;ipel' rol)ort- ,~rs which d~s(,.el~(led on this ()u! ()f the way is/and ahnest two weeks ago, is rat)idly diS~DPI'S I}~, CLANDESTINE BODIES HELD UN-AMERICAN .'~fillne:lt)olJs. ,'~]il|n. ---. [!]()n(i~;tint~ organiz~ltiOllS W('I'(! (.Olllle|nned Lt.'4 till Ameri(,a ill a resolution adopted l)y th. annual encanH)ment of the United Spanish War Veterans here. The reaD(at(on precipitated warm debate, when a delegate from Georgio advocated postponing consideration on it for a )'ear, contending it was aimed at members of the veterans' organization, who also were members of the Ku Klux Klan. It was adopt- ed by a decisive vote. Another resolution adopted demand- ed that "~ new revised Barnes Amer- ican history be barred from all puhlie st*heels untler United States (h)main ()), the ground thai it was incorrect and designed to foster spreading of British propaganda. George D. Hall, of the department of Iowa, was chosen senior vice com- mander, and Iq. G. Brant, of Minne- sota, W;IS nau/ed junior vice command- er. Mrs. Cora A. Thompson, of Port. land, Or., was elected president-gen- eral of the velerans' auxiliary. BOMB THROWERS TAKEN Chicago Officers Capture Dynamiters With Big Supply of Explosive. Chicago, [11. -- Fourteen hundred sticks of dynamite, three inches in di- ameter and ten inches lollS, and 100 sticks of T. N. T. were seized by polict~ following the capture of five dyna- miters in the act of bombing a shoe repair shop. One of tile prisoners was shot in the side by police, who had surround- ed the shop for ten hours following a- mysterions tip that it was to he bomb* ed. Richard P, nrke, 23 years of age, who was wounded and may die, was carry- ing the bomb when the five approach- ed the shoe repair shop, after parking a stolen anlemobile two blocks away: Forty detectives hidden in neighbor ing buildings, surrounded tile bomb- era and ordered them to snrr(~ndor. Instead, Burke hurled the bomb and the explosion tore the entire front out of the door, threw David Krenan, the owner and his family from their beds and broke windows for blocks around. Arbuckle to be Tried for Murder. San Francisco, Cal. -- District At- torney Brady announced in the police court that he will proceed oll the "murder charge" against Roscoe C. ("Fatty") Arbnckle. who is held re- sponsible for the death of Miss Vir- gLnia Rappe, a motion picture actress. There are two murder and two man- slaughter charges penfflng against Arbuckle. Prosecution of the murder charge automatically denies the de- fendant liberty on bail. 500 Miners Put Under Indictment. Logan, W'. Vs.--Officials and 500 members of the United Mine Workers of America were indicted by the coun- ty grand jury here in connection with the recent march of miners Into Logan county. Newhsrg, Or., Church Burns. Newberg, Or. -- Fire early Sunday morning burned the Nazarene church here to the ground with an estimated loss of $10.000. American Ambassador Reaches Tokio. Tokio. -- Charles Beeeher Warren, newly appointed ambassador to Japan, ' has arrived, at Toklo. . __ As I am leaving the country I will sell all my livestock and ma- chinery at public auction on the A. McCown farm, four miles north- west of Potlatch, one-fourth mile east of Freeze. I I I THURSDAY Beginning at 10 o'clocK I I I II I I , . . I, i i The following described property: Horses ONE BAY HORSE, 5-YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 1450 POUNDS ONE BAY MARE, 7 YEARS OLD, WEIGIIT 1600 POUNDS ONE BAY MARE, 6 YEARS 0LD, WEIGHT 1550 POUNDS ONE BAY MARE, 8 YEARS 0LD, WEIGHT 1550 POUNDS ONE BAY HORSE, 8 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 1400 POUNDS ONE BAY HORSE, 9 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 1400 POUNDS 0NE BAY FILLY, 2 YEARS OLD Cattle ONE ONE ONE ONE ONE ONE ONE ONE ROAN DURHAM C0W, BEEN FRESH SiX WEEKS ROAN DURHAM COW, FRESH BY DATE OF SALE GUERNSEY COW, FRESH BY DATE OF SALE COW, FRESH 6 MONTHS TW0-YEAR-0LD HEIFER, FRESH MARCH 1 YEARLING HEIFER YEARLING STEER PURE-BRED ROAN SHORTHORN BULL, 2 YEARS OLD Hogs THREE POLAND CHINA S0WS, WITH 3 WEEK OLD PIGS ONE SOW, DIFE TO FARROW BY OCTOBER 10 Farm Implements 31/~ WINONA WAGON AND RACK IRON WHEEL TRUCK WAGON BOB SLED LIGHT HACK 8-F00T PEORIA DRIZL--NEW 8-F00T DEERING BINDER 5-F00T McCORMICK MOWER 10-F00T McCORMICK RAKE "1R-INCH ~. I. CASE GANG PLOW 14-INCH WALKING PLOW 3-SECTION 16-F00T HARROW 12-F00T CORRUGATED ROLLER ONE WEEDER ONE HAY FRAME ONE GARDEN CULTIVATOR 0ME WING SHOVEL PLOW Miscellaneous ONE PAIR PLATFORM SCALES 20-GALLON IRON KETTLE AND FURNACE TWO SETS BUTT CHAIN HARNESS ONE SET LONG TUG HARNESS ONE GRINDSTONE ONE CIDER MILL ONE BBLACKSMITH 0UTFIT, COMPLETE FIVE DOZEN CHICKENS ONE CREAM SEPARATOR TWO HEATERS 24 YARDS LINOLEUM, PRACTICALLY NEW DRESSERS, BEDSTEADS, CHAIRS AND OTHER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. LUNCH AT FREE NOON II I - - I li ill il I I _I |1 ...... i i i iii i i i] i Terms of Sale $20 or under, All sums of cash. bankable note bearing 8 per cent interest and due October Two per cent discount :for cash on sums over $20. On sums over $20, will accept l, 1922. H. C. DAUGIIERIY, Owner J0[ LYNCIt, Aucti0ne~r J. tl. BOllJ[R, Clerk Q 7 /i