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Walla Walla Evening Statesman (Newspaper) - February 5, 1907, Walla Walla, WashingtonIll tuesday february 1907. The evening statesman Walla Walla Washington. Page five jail unjustly frail girl wastes Young life away,.-Chaw&Lti Quot ill insane it i yet held seam and with no a prospects of permanent Eon Quot .�,1 Liberty. he Yonne victim of Hony Rois a and the Only surviving party to mite hell Krefeld tragedy has he a Ere Inre of almost living death King and caring nothing of Fate a a Tilv Wilholm a Friend without a. Niy without a Joy without a tip re let a gone from the girl s life .,.,.v rav of Hope every Joy of it very to. Which holds the mind?~.�??zrl.d Man to the world wherein he s Hay after Day she spends , cell eating a Little sleeping Quot la a. Talking a Little to 11. V. R of past never of pm Nin ver of fiitur.-. If ,1.1 travels h,..l the immediate of . She slows no if i heart for the pure ,.r hi., Rev. 111. if a Spring time shining a. R a. Gon Home Fli. the.a.riiing Ere it h . I i vas�.is no . . Will he no Millit. The. Super. . Court which recently ,.,n,l. a a. Isi ii the Mitchell Case. , a. Girl s position entirely unset-,1.,1 the coi irl that she cannot i Sill l.a?Tk to Fri gon. He that she is insane and therefore cannot be tried for the murder of George Mitchell brother. The of the state do not provide for the care of insane persons from outside states our insane . And she is barred from Steilacoom medical Lake. Yet the girl cannot be kept the county jail indefinitely confinement having already lasted six . Under the supreme courts ruling a Law providing for the confinement of the insane from other states the asylums of Washington May be necessary to Settle this girls Fate and that of other insane persons who May venture the future to come Here. Meanwhile the Young girl who saw , Franz Joshua Crefeld slain by brother who took a revolver frail hand and shot Down the brother two Days after he had been Fried by a jury who saw Friend and companion Maud Crefeld die the death of a suicide the county jail sits Little cell and watches the tireless hands of the clock As they pass from hour to hour and Day to Day marking epochs the life of this girl. lawyers worry Over Case but she is care free As a child. Delicate slowly wasting life away from the confinement ultimate death May be the final solution of Seattle s most remarkable series of crimes the Mit Chell Crefeld tragedies. The Bride has been living at Athena the Young couple will make their Home the grooms farm near the City. C. A. Smith spokesman review correspondent has gone to Spokane account of the serious illness of wife. Airs Smith has been visiting Spokane and was unable to return Home account of the washouts the o. R. Amp. Students of Walla Walla High school were treated to some red hot addresses from members of the staff of the Pedestal. The school paper the subject of giving better support to their official Organ. Harry proud exit business manager and others made stirring talks. The concert whip was to have been Given by Harold Vincent Milligan at i Whitman College Chapel this evening. I has been postponed until thursday evening. The inability of . Milligan to arrive because of the interruption of train communication is the of the change. Could you count a million peas three months time the i-., hav. countless stories of who. Is w,.n and lost of fool diets made and pail. Lail the one that comes out of main that concerns a million peas Haw Nuin counted them and another Man has to eat them is hard to duplicate. Here it is to win a Tiger of $ Henry Par Isle Lias spent nearly a to ninth counting ,.is a has a Ihnots made himself ill. His eyes Are Stateh condition that. With open shut he sees peas and snarl eans. When he sleeps he dreams of As and Iriart eans and is Well Musil . La a it til time Parish and a. Igli Lior named Wainwri Glit a it to talking All lilt a lat Liny would do if s.,111,. .11, h it Vliem $1,111111.111111.  1,1.11111 it first to lie sure it was All Inre. And the u Piank It?� declared i Irish. Uli i is frugal ii nature and us for to exist uti. Quot you to Hildn t count a million dollars $1 Lwills Oliree months. Even if you it at it i la Lioi irs a snorted Wain Riglis. Olio has misty ideas when ii a lines Iii id figures. Quot i t you .$2.till 1 can count a nillion was list when Tiow Ami tic Iii Idilo of Lanka Quot Slio uii a i Arish. Olio was i Iansiti Rahly Neil ii. Quot ill Lak that liet?T�?T said Wainwri Glit. Quot you can c.11111 pm and put pm Glass fruit jars Quot Crisli Liegi i. 1111,1 Lief re the week a was out i. Linail peas Oil lira . He Ikall ids wife s empty fruit jars and i All tile peas he could borrow and by a saturday night he had counted 100,000. This gave Hope and he began to brag to Wainwright. Quot ill Tell you what ill do a said the latter. Quot if you count the peas without making a mistake ill eat Emall two weeks. If you Over count under count. You Eat?TEm?� Parish took this bet and counted the first Batch Over again to be sure he had made no error. Finding that he was three peas out of the Way he got nervous. A couple of Days ago Parish finished a Rush and wok All the cans Over to Wainwright a House. Quot to Tere Are the peas. Now you cat?Tem.&Quot he commanded also Fork Over the $2.50.&Quot Quot hut How do i know that you be counted protested Wain Wright. Quot you done to so count Mem yourself Quot chuckled Parish. Quot Well i guess ill take it for granted if you?�11 let me off eating Mem a said Wainwright. After thinking it Over. A ill pay you the $2.50 and Call it Squart?� Quot of. No. You done to gurgled Parish a a bets a bet and you be got to count Mem. Then ill bet you i have to eat?Tem.&Quot Wainwright is now counting peas to see lie Thor he docs docs not eat Mem. The Hill presented by county assessor. Mike Toner for expenses of at miss ph., Imrei Ilion is Reio Vei Iii to Silil 11 illness. Mrs. M. I Hrew is recovering Fieni attack of la Grippe. Y. Ill Hoy a Well known Pendleton ele Stifil. Is ree Elving medical treatment it the Walla Walla Hospital. I i. Quot item Eris lamp. No. 3. Sons of . Is issuing invitations for a Lalli ing party to he Given feb Ruai 12. Miss Cora Abbott has recovered from a re ent attack of la Grippe and has Fesuiai Iii 1. Position at the fair Steie. Tending the state assessors convention wins ordered a kind by the Board. Commissioner Struthers opposed the plan. The 5-wceks�?T-old son of . And mrs. Johnson amens of 333 Chase Avenue was buried the City cemetery this afternoon. The Little child died yesterday of Iiara Lysis of the bowels. About 25 employees of the Motter Wii Ocler comi any went a Sleigh ing yesterday evening. After driving Al out town for several hours the hungry crowd ate a delicious supper at a Lucal restaurant. Frank Myers and Lola Morgan were United marriage yesterday afternoon at the state hotel by Justice j. J. Huffman. The Groom is a Young Farmer. J. T. Crawford of Prescott is a business visitor the City. J. H. Weatherby of Lewiston is at present located at the state. Allen Byrnes of Wallula Deputy sheriff is the City today. Frank West of Hatton. Wash., is a business visitor the City. Representative Mordo Mcdonald left yesterday evening for Olympia. S. M. Mccow and. C. Dunlap of Prescott Are registered at the Palace. L. C. Huffman of Santa Ana. Cal., is the City visiting brother. Justice j. J. Huffman. M. M. Godman passed through the City yesterday Way from Olympia to Dayton. Louis c. Burgess of Spokane United states liquor Gauger is the City a regular inspection trip. . And mrs. John Reser accompanied by their son and daughter have returned from a two months visit California. Sergeant James Rowley. Troop a fourteenth cavalry has completed the term of enlistment and will leave shortly for Home the East. Charles e. Moulton. attorney the employ of the Northern Pacific railway arrived the City from Pendleton yesterday and left the evening for Seattle. . Moulton drove from Pendleton to this City. . And mrs. Mark Munson of Seattle. Who have been the City several Days returned Home yesterday evening miss Williams and . Davis of Wales returned with mrs. Munson and will visit Home at Seattle. Lawyers run out of town. Nebraska municipality has no Case for any attorneys. Winnebago City. Neb., feb. 5? indians of the Winnebago reservation refuse to patronize a middleman Legal matters and the first attorney who has appeared the reservation and opened up office Here has had experience which will make the second lawyer Amon the indians slow to hang out Shingle. The town of City was moved across three Miles of Corn Fields to its present site last summer when the great Northern Railroad company built a line into Nebraska. Scarcely had the buildings been put place when a lawyer. Thomas Sloan of Pender neb., took notice of the fact that there was a town o the map of Nebraska without attorney at Law. He Hung out a Shingle Winnebago City before the first bakery was opened and before a newspaper started. The Shingle did not bother poor to but he was of the opinion that every town with one lawyer has one citizen too Many and the first time attorney Sloan attempted to transact business he was ejected from the reservation and told not to come Back not even for books. Charles Green Rainbow and two Indian police were the men who conducted to the Boundary line and then told to skid ii. The lawyer had attempted to collect a Bill for a Sioux City firm and the indians refused to recognize right Power of attorney. Now Sloane has had the indians arrested but they Are smiling big Broad smiles As it so happened that Sloan attempted to collect Bill pay Day. And. According to the Secretary of the Interior Bill collectors Are not allowed the reservation that Day. Styles Book cases standards colonial Ideal three different and distinct types of Slob ave Rijs Csc a elastic a it ook cases made Dull polish finish quartered real mahogany. You can select a pattern adapted to the character of room you have chosen for a Library. We car by t e goods Stock with Plain leaded plate Glass doors. The Davis Kaser co. Piles cured 6 to 14 Days. Pazo ointment is guaranteed to cure any Case of itching Blind. Bleeding protruding plies 6 to 14 Days Money refunded. 50c. Atiyeh Bros will be Here for several Davs Between the 10th and 15th of this month with a full assortment of their genuine Oriental rugs. They will be displayed the carpet floors of the Drumheller co. Briggs for United states senator. Trenton. N. A. Feb. 5?frank o. Briggs has been nominated for United states senator. he cannot play a practical me ill Iny Success sum Boise Uuno Fli Aoa Oles Lake today to make a settlement with Anderson. It is said unless the salary of the superintendent is increased the governor will have a hard time filling the position As the present salary of $4000 a year with the Uncertain tenure of office is insufficient to tempt a first class physician to give up practice. Effort is always made by Spokane physicians to get one of their number appointed and they Are generally successful. But it is whispered about that the appointment will be a noted alienist. Only mistake he made was a slight one of time but that was enough. After spending half hour the attempt to work a practical joke fellow students a Billings Hull boy awoke the other other Day to find that the joke was a big one . The discomfiture of the would be wag came about this Way. It is the custom of Whitman youth to Send their soiled Linen once each week to a local laundry. The clothes Are placed a bag along with a slip containing the name and number of the the room of the owner. The bag is placed just outside the students door the Hall. The deliveryman collects the bags and later the week returns the clean Linen to the several rooms. The funny collegian thought it would be rare sport to vex fellow students by exchanging the packages of clothes. He chuckled softly to himself As he thought of the discomfiture of the fellow who roomed floor number one when he found clothes the third floor. Act ii?stealthly swaps. Stealthily he swapped the different bundles Early monday morning. Tuesday came and he heard no mutterings of vengeance Quot wednesday passed without any fuss thursday night fell and the Waters of Locum Duckum still remained unruffled calmness. It was Friday night and Billings Hall still stood its foundations. Then time saturday afternoon and with it came the laundry Man with several dozen Nice clean bundles which he placed by their proper doors. Whitman swag saw them come and that each was at its proper place and then he went to room and sat Down to think it Over. Three hours later he went out the cold cold darkness and ran six times around the running track the deep deep Snow. It had dawned greek congested brain at last that he should have exchanged the bundles when they were returning saturday instead of before the laundry Man dumped them promiscuously Wagon monday. And then he told it himself. Jack Lambert after 1hem vigilant police officer arrests two violates of new vehicle ordinance. Oregon joins Trio former siege of Corvallis has has Rost Nim Bovill Lions Lenics reduce Luao suitors Montana wants to come into big eloquence venting association. Need not writ for state Walla Walla can la Piziol trustees Ami co Siead we pm Slep Laio no. I Cliss Jack Lambert has made two arrests i under the new vehicle ordinance. The first two victims to suffer for not hav to see county chairman continued from Pago one forged about the presumptuous cyclist of the Garden City so that he cannot save himself from punishment under the bicycle ordinance by destroying the Nice Green parking. The ordinance for the issuance of Bonds for the new City Hall and fire station will have to be considered the near future. Allowing for incidentals and including the Cost of the Dacres lot which the City must Purchase. It has been estimated that $100,000 will be required. Will he do it will Mckean Call up the ordinance which have been drawn for six weeks order to Correct the alleged Legal defect the paving ordinances passed when he was the chair last fall if so it will not Only involve the payment of a Cool $100.000 to the Warren company but will affect the injunction suits now pending against the City the Superior court. Besides these big matters will he a lot of routine which i will keep the City dads Busy. Not Only will tie monthly reports of All the officials be read but the semiannual reports As Well Are the desk of City clerk Hart. Ing a License As by Law required Are 1 Joe Boyce and Graspy. Boyce was arrested this morning hauling Coal from Loneyv a fuel Yard. Graspy broke the new Law by carrying a Wagon Load of lumber for hire yesterday a Wagon without a License tag. The two teamsters will explain their action to judge Huffman at 3 of clock this afternoon. Commissioners reconsider continued from Page one to assist with other duties the office. By the inauguration of the boo typewriters the auditors office the county will save several hundreds of Dillars each year. The copyists will be called clerks and they will then be required to any work the office. It has been the custom of the county to engage help at a Cost of $500 to $600 to Check the tax Rolls but under the present change the clerks will do that work besides their copying and indexing. County auditor Mccaw says under the old method the trouble and expense of the Folio system was no Small item. The present system which is being inaugurated by . My Quot a will save several Hundred dollars each year the Cost of Blank books and the records will be better shape besides. Jones get vault contract two other bidders tried but they wanted too much Money for the work. J. L. Jones was this morning awarded the contract for tie construction of the vault which will be occupied by the county Lei k. The contract Price $3.540. The clerk will occupy the rooms formerly occupied by the sheriff. The rooms which will be vacated by the clerk will be occupied by the treasurer. The change will be of Benefit to the offices As the present location greatly handicaps the treasurer account of Lack of space. Two state offices too Many Rand s Bill makes possible Only one each county. Medical Lake Asylum continued from Page one extending paroles to inmates of the Asylum. He has allowed sympathies to be worked upon with the result that Many dangerous patients Are scattered about the state. All those admitted to parole will be returned to the Asylum when the successor of superintendent Anderson takes charge. The permanent successor is not yet chosen., . Fells will be charge temporarily. There has also been complaints that other patients sent from Walla Walla to the Asylum during the administration of . Anderson have been cruelly treated and that this has resulted the dismissal of several attendants working under . Noted alienist it slated. Quot deep Creek Quot Jones of the Board of control is due to arrive at medical Oregon will be admitted to the oratorical association of which Whitman College is a member. A contract making the Oregon agricultural College located at Corvallis Oregon a member of the league with Whitman and w. S. Was signed ii Ere this morning by the president of tile Whitman debate Council. Hoy. Wolfe. This is the first Tiem nearly a decade that Ali Tinan has been oratorical league with Oregon institution. F several years the Only intercollegiate league this Section of the country was the Inland Empire league comprising. Whitman w. S. C. And Idaho University. Last year Idaho Drew out of the league and the remaining institutions have been casting about since that time for institution to take place. Montana state University made application two years ago to enter the league but concluded last year that she would not be financially Able to do so for two three years yet. Pacific University located at Forest Grove has also been considered and it is More than possible that the twin sister of Whitman will yet join the new league. Corvallis is Battleground. The intercollegiate contest vill be i do Corvallis next Spring the Date not having been definitely set tied. A local contest will be held at Iii no March april to decide who will represent the missionaries tiie at Corvallis. Whitman Las Itei. As unsuccessful oratory As sue has been successful de uate for the half dozen years having failed every contest during that Liine. Liis year however there is a grim determination upon the part of to Loesl collegians to win the mor for nil style of oratory As Well As be bating. Mong those who May enter the i.. Contest Are Davenport. Wolfe. Fell.?, Rigsby and Livingood. Some of the girls Are also talking of com Outing for the honors of the jilt form. If not enough inhabitants Are found suburbs can be taken . Scalded to death cab wild freight car crashes into engine Pinio Ning Engineer wreck. . Wash. Feb. 5?the Bill proposed by senator Rands to so distribute the state offices that no two shall go to the same county save the Case of the supreme court judges is not lightly treated by the legislature. The measure brings the Small counties direct opposition with the three Large counties of Pierce King and Spokane. Under a direct primary Law and that is the Bill that called for the Rands proposed. The Man from the Small county fears that Pierce King Spokane might dominate the nominations. He finds it hard to figure where any of the budding and ambitious statesmen he might want to vote for would have the ghost of a show of Success. That is one reason Why the direct primary is not popular the legislature. Rands believes that this Bill would Correct this evil he further believes that the measure will be passed at least so he says. To is indifferent to the fact that this would be entirely new procedure. But at a glance the situation does not give any Brilliant Hopes for the Rands Bill. Pierce. King and Spokane counties control seventeen votes the Senate and seventeen the House. With . Pogue absent Twenty one votes control the sepate. the House forty eight votes is a majority. Rands claims fifty five votes the House pledged to Bill. Seattle feb. 5?julius f. Schar Fenberg. A locomotive Engineer was almost instantly killed about 7 of clock yesterday evening the half Moon Yards by a freight car crashing into the cab of engine. The Force of the collision crushed the cab and pinioned the Engineer. One of the steam pipes the locomotive was broken and boiling water pouring Scharf Enberg a body brought unutterable suffering and agony until death put end to pain. The engineers legs were crushed and mangled but it is believed that he would have lived had it not been for the escaping steam. J. J. Dougherty. G. H. Wormull and Hugh Jensky sprang to the Rescue of the imprisoned Man who was caught the wreckage. They took to fifteenth Street and Pacific Avenue what re they were met by ambulance which had been summoned the Hope that Scharfenberg was still alive. The ambulance Driver however informed the men that life was extinct and the Coroner was notified. Flying car strikes engine. There Are Many Quot crossover switches the Yards and it was one of these that Scharfenberg a engine. No. 977, was standing. Another engine which was working the Vicinity sent a wild freight car Down toward engine no. 977, which was standing with the cab just Over the switch. For some reason the switch was set for the Quot Cross Over a instead of the main track and the swiftly moving car turning onto the passing track crashed into the cab of no. 977. The whole affair was so unexpected that Scharfenberg probably had no time to save himself. Coroner f. J. Stewart and Deputy Coroner c. C. Mellinger Are investigating the Case but no further details were Learned last night. . Scharfenberg was 46 years of age and had lived Tacoma about 18 years and had been the employ of the Northern Pacific about 15 years. He leaves a widow and four children. The Home of the deceased was at 2209 South g Street. He was a member of Walla Walla will not have to wait upon the slate tells Lattire Alten she gets ready to put first class log Kery. Tile a it proceeding b Ali Iii a cil a of the first Clas. Receives its charter is entirely Independent of any sepia act of the legislature. To is taken under a general aet which pro Vilics Liat any City which Lias 20, Jio Pic Over May make a charter to suit itself for ils own government. The method extremely simple. When a City has the necessary 20,000 people the City Council appoints 15 trustees to Frame a charter for that City. The trustees then draw up a charter and it is submitted to the voters of tile City. Provision is made so that each voter can either approve of Iii charter As a whole of part thereof. If the charter is adopted All that is is to go through the simple Legal proceeding of filing the new charter with the Secretary of state and of surrendering the old charter to the state. The organization of the new government is perfected by the election of the officers provided for the charter adopted. According to Unity attorney Blant Ford if a. Census is taken and it is found that Liere Are not enough inhabitants to make the required 20,000 sol Tinnent outlying streets May be added to make up this 211,000. This must be done however under the present charter and no Aji plication for the new Harte can be made Mitil Llie full 20. 100 people arc living within the bout diaries of the City which seeks to come uii tler the special privileges allowed a City of the first class. Any District can be added to this City which petitions to be let providing at election held for that a majority of the pople of both the City and of the outlying District vote favor of the annexation. A City of the first class can make any Laws for its own government which i do not conflict with the general Laws of the state of the Ernst Lution. The Woodmen of the world and the foresters of America. The nun Ains were taken to Mellinger a undertaking rooms. No funeral arrange mints Piave been made. Cowboy shoots up Connell. Goes gunning for Man who beat and scares whole Saloon. . Feb. 5?.monday night at 11 of clock John Diksen Eliovitz .1. Russian a Strai it Ger. Dressed the garb of a Cowboy who had come into town that evening the g. R. Amp. Train started to shoot up the town beginning operations the louvre Saloon. The first shot was aimed at Miles Lee. The Ball going through hat brim. Everyone the Saloon ducked to escape the flying bullets and All were successful. After discharging Tun four five times the russian ran out of Tho Saloon and started up the Street toward the Hill South of town where be was alter found by Deputy sheriff Zurich and several citizens. He captured and lodged coming Here the train Dik sew Novitz is alleged to have insulted a woman passenger whose husband gave a beating. After reaching Connell he went gunning for the husband and entering the louvre mistook Lee for the Man he was search of and began shooting. Evidences of poor marksmanship can be seen the Walls of the place. The preliminary hearing was held wednesday and was committed for trial and taken to Pasco. Investigate mine disaster. Charleston w. Va., feb. 5? governor Dawson a special message today demanded .Vestigallon into the disaster to the Stuart mine ill which 82 lives were lost. The states involve the Fidelity and of the state Mon ing depart Piil. Fertig wins Thia one. X. Ellis Fertig. A Wallula schoolteacher won sex Parte land contest a Homestead entry Section 4, to. 8. 32. E. the u. S. Lard office today. The defendant John w. Mclees did not put appearance. To curo a cold one Day. Take laxative Bromo quinine tablets. Druggists refund Money if it Falls to cure. E. Quot a. Groves signature is each Box

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